Village of Canastota, NY
Madison County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Canastota as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
[Adopted 12-27-1973 by L.L. No. 1-1973]
The following described property owned entirely by the Village of Canastota shall be annexed to the Village of Canastota from territory of the Town of Lenox, Madison County, New York, effective January 1, 1974. Said premises intended to be annexed being more particularly described as follows:
A. 
All that tract or parcel of land situated in the Town of Lenox, County of Madison, State of New York and being parts of Lots 2 and 3 of the Oneida Purchase of 1798, bounded and described as follows:
Beginning at a point in the westerly line of the corporate limits of the Village of Canastota, said point being distant, N 9° 44 30 W a distance of 556.18 feet, from its intersection with the northerly line of Seneca Turnpike, also known as New York State Route 5; thence S 79° 51 W along the southerly line of the lands conveyed to said Village of Canastota by deed dated February 28, 1928, and recorded in Liber 283 at Page 465 a distance of 431.78 feet, to the southwesterly corner of said conveyance; thence N 11° 02 W along the westerly line of said parcel 26.3 feet, to a point therein; thence S 79° 51 W along the northerly line of a parcel of land conveyed by the Canastota Development Corporation to Owl Wire Company by a deed dated January 19, 1983, recorded in Liber 689 at Page 120 a distance of 622.7 feet, to a point therein; thence S 11° 05 30 E 582.0 feet, through the lands of said Owl Wire Company, to said northerly turnpike line, 50 feet, to a point therein; thence N 11° 05 30 W along an easterly line of the lands of one Hoffman, now or formerly, a distance of 430.6 feet to the northeasterly corner of said lands; thence S 79° 51 W along the northerly line of said Hoffman lands, being the southerly line of lands conveyed to said Village of Canastota by Charles and Rosa Hoffman by a deed dated February 28, 1928, recorded in Liber 283 at Page 462, a distance of 555.1 feet, to the northwesterly corner of said Hoffman lands; thence N 10° 11 40 W along an easterly line of the lands of Joseph Taber as described in said deed recorded in Liber 283 at Page 462, a distance of 37.0 feet, to the northeasterly corner of said Taber lands; thence S 79° 59 40 W along the northerly line of said Taber lands and others as described in said deed a distance of 472.0 feet, to the southwesterly corner of said conveyance to the Village of Canastota; thence n 10° 45 W along the westerly line of said conveyance, 2,385.9 feet, to the northwesterly corner of said conveyance, being a point in the southerly line of the lands of the former West Shore Railroad; thence N 88° 11 20 E on a chord a distance of 1,024.6 feet, being described in said deed as "easterly along the southerly line of said railroad on a curve to the right about 1,025 feet, to the westerly line of the Clark farm," being the northeasterly corner of said conveyance from Hoffman; thence N 10° 55 20 W along the westerly line of a parcel conveyed by Goodhand and Ida M. Clark to the Village of Canastota dated December 31, 1927, recorded in Liber 288 at Page 386 a distance of 49.1 feet, to the northwesterly corner of said parcel and to a point in the southerly line of the lands of said railroad; thence N 83° 02 10 E along the southerly line of said railroad lands a distance of 1,158.48 feet, to its intersection with the said westerly corporate limits of the Village of Canastota; thence S 9° 44 30 E along the said westerly corporate line a distance of 2,135.04 feet, to the point of beginning, being an area of 111.08 acres, more or less.
B. 
The above-described parcel of land is all those lands conveyed by said deed from Hoffman recorded in Liber 283 at Page 462 and being portions of said Clark conveyance recorded in Liber 288 at Page 386 and of a parcel conveyed by William J. and Julia E. Taylor to said village February 28, 1928, recorded in Liber 283 at Page 465.
[Adopted 3-21-1988 by L.L. No. 2-1988]
The following is a description of the Town of Lenox lands of Joseph A. Mitchell, Sr., annexed to the Village of Canastota, Madison County, New York:
All that tract or parcel of land situate in the Town of Lenox, County of Madison and State of New York, bounded and described as follows:
Beginning at a point on the northerly highway boundary of New York State Route No. 5 (Seneca Turnpike), said point standing at the intersection of the corporation line between the Village of Canastota and Town of Lenox; said point being further described as standing therein distant S 79° 59 30 W 112.50 feet as measured along the northerly highway boundary of New York State Route No. 5 from the intersection of the northerly highway boundary of New York State Route No. 5 with the westerly boundary of the land of the Village of Canastota (now or formerly); thence S 79° 59 30 W 225.20 feet along the northerly highway boundary of New York State Route No. 5 to an iron pipe standing on the easterly boundary of Charles R. And Leona M. Button (now or formerly); thence N 11° 07 51 W 551.68 feet along the easterly boundary of Button to an iron pin standing on the southerly boundary of the lands of the Village of Canastota; thence N 80° 03 44 E 241 feet plus or minus along the southerly boundary of the lands of the Village of Canastota to a point standing on said aforementioned corporation line; thence S 09° 29 22 E 551 feet plus or minus along said aforementioned corporation line to the point and place of beginning containing 2.551 acres of land more or less.