GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF NORTH CAROLINA
SESSION LAW 2002-127
SENATE BILL 1268
AN ACT to allow the City of monroe to use wheel locks on illegally parked vehicles, to ALLOW THE TOWN OF norwood TO COLLECT UTILITY BILLS AS IF THEY WERE TAXES DUE it, and to annex noncontiguous territory to the town of mount gilead.
The General Assembly of North Carolina enacts:
SECTION 1. Section 2 of Chapter 291 of the 1993 Session Laws, as amended by Chapter 381 of the 1995 Session Laws and Chapter 218 of the 1997 Session Laws, reads as rewritten:
"Sec. 2. This act applies to the Cities of Durham, Greensboro, Lenoir, Monroe, Raleigh, and Winston‑Salem only. This act shall also apply to the City of Wilmington, but only as to the area in the central business district as defined in that City's zoning ordinance as of June 1, 1997."
SECTION 2. Section 2 of Chapter 1070 of the 1989 Session Laws, as amended by S.L. 1998‑84 and S.L. 1999‑127, reads as rewritten:
"Sec. 2. This act applies to the Towns of Chadbourn, Norwood, Richfield, Mount Gilead, and Stanfield, the City of Locust, and Montgomery County only."
SECTION 3. The corporate limits of the Town of Mount Gilead are extended to include the following described territory, which shall be considered to be satellite corporate limits until the intervening territory has been annexed:
Lying and being in Mount Gilead Township, Montgomery County, North Carolina 2,941.03 feet north of the intersection of NC Hwy. 109 and SR. 1127, and lying on the west side of and adjoining NC Hwy. 109 and being more particularly described as follows:
BEGINNING at an existing iron pipe, said iron pipe being the most southern corner of that Tract 1 as shown by deed recorded in Deed Book 315, Page 429 and runs thence as the southwest line of Tract 1 above mentioned N 64°34'58" W 453.62 feet to a new iron rod, said iron rod being located S 64°34'58" E 542.30 feet from an existing iron axle, the southwest corner of Tract 1 above mentioned; thence as a new line N 13°37'47" E 935.81 feet to a new iron rod; thence N 23°51'58" E 70.63 feet to a new iron rod; thence as a curve running clockwise to the north with a radius of 200.00 feet, an arc length of 149.84 feet, and a chord bearing and distance of N 07°49'58" W 146.36 feet to a new iron rod; thence N 13°37'47" E 340.32 feet to a new iron rod; thence N 12°19'39" E 270.13 feet to a new iron rod; thence S 77°41'14" E 489.55 feet to an existing iron rod; thence S 73°05'24" E 448.60 feet to an existing iron rod in the western right‑of‑way of NC Hwy. 109; thence as said right‑of‑way S 09°33'19" W 1313.39 feet to an existing highway right‑of‑way monument in the original southeastern line of the above mentioned Tract 1; thence as said southeastern line S 62°13'27" W 250.70 feet to an existing iron pipe; thence S 62°38'31" W 27.99 feet to an existing iron rod; thence continuing as said southeastern line S 62°13'27" W 494.97 feet to the BEGINNING, containing 36.93 acres, said tract being a portion of Tract 1 and Tract 2 of that deed recorded in Deed Book 315, Page 429, Montgomery County Registry.
SECTION 4. This act is effective when it becomes law.
In the General Assembly read three times and ratified this the 1st day of October, 2002.
s/ Beverly E. Perdue
President of the Senate
s/ James B. Black
Speaker of the House of Representatives