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Ord 166 Extending Extraterritorial Jurisdiction to include approximately 1,176.49 acres know as Slaughter RanchORDINANCE NO. 166 AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS, EXTENDING THE EXTRATERRITORIAL JURISDICTION OF THE TOWN TO INCLUDE APPROXIMATELY 1,176.49 ACRES OF LAND CONSISTING OF FIVE (5) TRACTS, THREE PARCELS BEING SITUATED IN THE WILLIAM R. KELSAY SURVEY, ABSTRACT 705, THE WILLIAM PERREY SURVEY, ABSTRACT 1633, THE M. BEALL SURVEY, ABSTRACT 87, THE WALTER BEALL SURVEY, ABSTRACT 8, AND THE C.W. KELSAY SURVEY, ABSTRACT 716, ALL IN DENTON COUNTY, TEXAS, AND TWO PARCELS OF LAND SITUATED IN THE A. V. DUNHAM SURVEY, ABSTRACT 358, THE R. A. CARRUTH SURVEY, ABSTRACT 1517, THE R. A. CARRUTH SURVEY, ABSTRACT 1519, THE F. M. WOODWARD SURVEY, ABSTRACT 1421, THE GALLANT GRAHAM SURVEY, ABSTRACT 483, THE A. P. SHAMBLIN SURVEY, ABSTRACT 1177 AND THE JOHN KENNEDY SURVEY, ABSTRACT 701, ALL IN DENTON COUNTY, TEXAS; PROVIDING THAT THIS ORDINANCE SHALL BE CUMULATIVE OF ALL ORDINANCES; PROVIDING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE. WHEREAS, TEX. REV. CIV. STAT. ANN. art. 970a (Vernon 1963) provides that a city may extend its extraterritorial jurisdiction beyond the distance limitations imposed by the statute to include any territory contiguous to the otherwise existing extraterritorial jurisdiction of such city, provided that the owner or owners of such contiguous territory request such expansion; and WHEREAS, Betty Slaughter Williams and Gloria Slaughter Hammack own the approximate 1,176.49 acres of land consisting of five (5) tracts of land described more fully on Exhibits "A" and 'B" attached hereto and incorporated herein, and have requested that the Town of Westlake expand its extraterritorial jurisdiction to include said tracts of land; and WHEREAS, the approximate 1,176.49 acres of land consisting of five (5) tracts of land owned by Betty Slaughter Williams and Gloria Slaughter Hammack is contiguous to the existing extraterritorial jurisdiction of Westlake; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS: PART I. That the extraterritorial jurisdiction of the Town of Westlake is hereby extended to include the approximate 1,176.49 acres of land consisting of five (5) tracts of land owned by Betty Slaughter Williams and Gloria Slaughter Hammack, said tracts being more fully described in Exhibits "A" and "B" which are attached to and incorporated into this ordinance as if fully set out herein. PART 11. That this Ordinance shall be cumulative of all other ordinances of the Town of Westlake affecting its extraterritorial jurisdiction and shall not repeal any of the provisions of such ordinances, except in those instances where provisions of such ordinances are in direct conflict with the provisions of this ordinance. PART 111. It is hereby declared to be the intention of the Town Board of Aldermen that the sections, paragraphs, sentences, clauses and phrases of this Ordinance are severable, and if any phrase, clause, sentence, paragraph or section of this Ordinance shall be declared void, ineffective or unconstitutional by the valid judgment or decree of any court of competent jurisdiction, such voidness, ineffectiveness or unconstitutionality shall not affect any of the remaining phrases, clauses, sentences, paragraphs or sections of this Ordinance, since the same would have been enacted by the Town Board of Aldermen without the incorporation hereof of any such void, ineffective or unconstitutional phrase, clause, sentence, paragraph or section. PART 1V. That the Board of Aldermen does hereby find that an emergency exists. Therefore, this Ordinance shall become effective and be in full force and effect immediately upon its passage, and it is accordingly so ordained. PASSED AND APPROVED this the 14th day of September, 1987. ATTEST: Ger �y WNW"` Town Secretary T�hiof Westlake, Texas APPROVED AS TO LEGAL FORM: Paul C. Isham, Town Attorney Town of Westlake, Texas Dale White, Mayor Town of Westlake, Texas FA FIELD NATES Bfing three parcels of land out of the 1'i. R. Kelsay Survey, Abstract 705, the William Perry Survey, Abstract 1033, the M. Beall Survey, Abstract 87, the Walter Beall Survey, Abstract 8 and the C. W. Kelsay Survey, Abstract 716 all in Denton County, Texas and Being more particularly described as follows: TRACT 1 Beginning at an iron rod found at the southwest corner of the W. R. Kelsay Survey, Abstract said point being in the center of an abandoned road; Thence North 02°23'43" East 2645.77 feet along the west line of said Kelsay Survey and along and near a fence 'line to an iron rod set at the northeast corner of the M.E.P. & P. R.R.Co. Survey, Abstract%943 and the southeast corner of the E. F. Springer Survey, Abstract 1165; Thence North 00'52'30" West 655.60 feet along the west line of the Kelsay Survey and along and near a fence line to a concrete monument; Thence North 35'02100" Last 1561.03 feet to a concrete monument; Thence North 65'30'43" East 1130.94 feet to a concrete monument; Thence South 81'21 '37'' hast 1556.81 feet to a concrete monument; Thence South 05'39108" Last 764.30 feet to a concrete monument; Thence South 85°05'53" Last 875.06 feet to a concrete monument; Thence South 08'16'47" West 1166.97 feet to a concrete monument; Thence North S3'50'12'' Last 364.84 feet to a concrete monument; Thence North 08'43'16" East 571.69 feet to a concrete monument; Thence North 79'34'12" East 1194.01 feet to a concrete monument; Thence North 62'55'28" Last 932.93 feet `to a concrete monument in a fence line; Thence South 00'13'14" West 459.22 feet along and near a fence line to an iron rod set in the west line of the Texas and -Pacific Railroad Company right of way; Thence South 29'49'48" West 4234.27 feet along said right of way line to an iron rod set in the south line of the M. Beall Survey, Abstract 87; Thence South 89'36'13" West 1813.54 feet along the south line of the M. Beall Survey to an iron rod found at a fence corner, the northwest corner of the John D. Hunter Survey, A,`Istr,, 606 and h corner of the C. W. Kelsay Survey; Thence South 00'04'23" Last 683.64 feet to along and near a fence to an iron roJ a fence corner; Thence South gi Test 1)12.28 feet al.)ng and near a tence tc �n .:-nn fence -orner, Thence ,Nort;a .JO°2 '_S" hest 591.)4 feet and near a fence to an iron rod frur;2 fence corner, ;aiJ point being the southyast cornar of the 1i, K. Kolsay Survey; Thence North 89'36'29" west 1413.91 feet along and near a fence and along the south line o: the Kelsay Survey to the Place of beginning, containing 569.946 acres of land, more of less EXHIBIT "A" TRACT 1I Beginning at an iron rod set in the south line of the M. Beall Survey,7 Abstract 87 and the north line of the John D. Bunter Survey, said point being North 89°36'13" East 1976.27 feet from the southwest corner of the Beall Survey, and being in the east line of the T 4 P R.R. right of way; j Thence North 29 49'48" East 4000.04 feet along said east right of way line to an iron rod s for a corner; Thence South 00'13'14" west 1211.64 feet along and near a fence to an iron rod set for a corner; Thence South .02'07'24'' West 140.81 feet along and near a fence to an iron rod set in the west right of'way line of U. S. Highway No. 377 Thence, along said right of way line: south 36°55150" West 1633.97 feet to a t:eoden right of way Barker at the beginning of a curve to the left having a radius of 5789.58 feet and.a central angle of 4°23'00"; Southwesterly along said curve a distance of 442,92 feet to a wooden right Of way marker; South 32°32150" West 527.32 feet to an iron rod set in the south line of the N. Beall Survey; Thence South 89'36113" West 462.07 feet along the south line of the Beall Survey to the place of beginning, containing 40.512 acres of land, more or less. TRACT i i i Beginning at an iron rod set in the south line of the Walter D. Beall Survey, said point being at the northeast corner of the M.C.P. & P. R.R. Co. Survey, Abstract No. 912, and being a public road; Thence South 89°36'14" West 1066.03 feet along the south lines of the Walter D. Beall and the m. Beall Surveys to an iron rod set in the east right of way line of u. S. Highway N0.37 Thence, along said right of way line: Korth 32'32'50" East 140.26 feet to an iron rod set for a corner; North 38'15'28" East 201.00 feet to an iron rod set for a corner; North 37°46'29" East 109.76 feet to a wooden right of way marker at the beginning of a curve to the right having a radius of 5639.58 feet and a central angle of 4'231001-; Northeasterly along said curve a distance of 431.44 feet to a wooden right of way marks North 34'3914.7' East 252,60 feet to an iron rod set for corner; North 36'SS'S0" East 900.00 feet to an iron rod set for corner; North 31013112" hast 201.00 feet to an iron rod set for corner; North_W SS'So" £ast 108.96 feet to an iron rod set for corner; Thence South 02'07'24" West 590.64 feet along and near a fence to an iron rod set for cor Thence South 0J°08'17" West 1308.33 feet along and near a fence to an iron rbd sat in a Public road; Thence North 89'51'24"west 207.S0 feet to the place of beginning containing 27.807 a,:res Of Sand more of less. 1, Bob F. Thompson, a Registered Public Surveyor, hereby certify that the plat and field notes represent a around survey made under my supervision. Bob F. Thompson, December 20, 1985 Registered Public Surveyor No. 391 Being two tracts of land situated in the A. V. Dunham Survey, Abstract 358, the P. A. Carruth Survey, Abstract 1517, the R. A. Carruth Survey, Abstract 1519, the F. M. Woodward Survey, Abstract 1421, the Gallant Graham Survey, Abstract 483, tho A. P. Shamblin Survey, Abstract 1177 and the John Kennedy _Survey, Abstract 701, all in Denton County, Texas, and being more particularly described as follows: f RACT l Beginning at an iron rad by a 24" tree, the Southwest corner of the R. A. Carruth Survey, Abstract 1517 and the Southeast corner of the G. Ramsdale Survey, Abstract 1128; Thence North 00'48'23" West 2507.20 feet along the west lines of the R. A. Carruth Survey and the F. M. Woodward Survey, and along and near a fence line to an iron at a fence corner; Thence North 89'18'24" East 2US9.72 feet along and near a fence line to an iron set at a fence corner; Thence North 00'30117" West 1433.57 feet along and near a fence to an iron rod set at a fence corner; Thence North 88°54'52" Last 592.87 feet along and near a fence to a concrete monument found; Whence South 45'39100" East 1446.33 feet to a concrete monument; Thonce South 66'19'48" East 394.37 feet to a concrete monument; Thence South 18°39103" East 474.28 feet to a concrete monument; Thence South 32'14'54" Last 565.84 feet to a concrete monument; Thence South 66`1440 West 251.32 feet to a concrete monument; Thence North 45'1440" West 84Y21 feet to a concrete monument, Thence South 09°17110" East 9Sb.95 feet to an iron rod; monument; Thence North 81'42107" West 118.68 feet to a concrete monument; Thence South 00'17'53" West 27.59 feet to a concrete monument; Thence South 76'36'03" west 129b.95 feet to a concrete monument; Thence South 58'00'34' West 376.11 feet to a concrete monument; Thence South 27'54'00" west 2601.26 feet to a concrete monument; Thence South 37'39128" West 2460.86 feet to a concrete monument; Thence North 21'51145" West 1116.03 feet to a concrete monument; Thence Horth 42'07120" West 365.130 feet to a concrete monument; "Thence North 85'41139" West 781.67 feet to a concrete monument; Thence North 37034'26" West 287.56 feet to a concrete monument; EXHTBIT '"B" BOB F.OAAPSON #392- +� r..a on r PAR Ria Thence North S1043'41" West 1210.63 feet to a concrete monument; Thence North 50048'37" West 1449.68 feet to a concrete monument in the north line of the John Kennedy Survey, the south Iirne of the G. Ramsdale Survey, and being in the south line of a puhlic road; Thence South 89055157" East 1219.1,5 feet along the South line of said road to an iron rod set at the Northwest corner of the Dunham Survey and the Southwest corner of the Ramsdale Survey; Thence North 88027'11" East 3116.57 feet along the north line of the Dunham Survey to the Place of Beginning, containing 431,682 acres of land more or less. TRACT Il Beginning at a concrete monument found in the south line of the John Kennedy Survey, Abstract 701 said point being North 89°24121" West 574.61 feet from the Southeast corner of said Kennedy Survey; Thence North 05012'09" West 298.90 feet to a concrete monument; Set Ira Thence North 89033119" West 1202.46 feet to a concrete monumetlt; by tenc Corner Thence North OU°291161T East 298.73 feet to a concrete monument,: Thence South 89°32000" East 27139.89 feet to a concrete monument; Thence North 49°14100" West 4087.80 feet to an iron rod set ii a public road; Thence South 00013130" West 578.50 feet to an iron rod set in sail road-, Thence South 00007100" West 2657.80 feet to an iron roti set at the inters,�ction of public roads; Thence South 89'24121" East 1530.95 feet to the Place of Beginning, containing 106.543 acres of land, more or less, Bob F. Thompson, A Registered Public Surveyor, hereby certify that the Flat and field notes hereon represent an actual ground survey made under my upervision. Bob F. "Thompson, lie comber 12, 1985 Registered Public SLI-- 'OYOr, .NO 39 1 Place of Beginning Traci I rr LQ Q . . I . r. FNcn' 0. C-1 0 < -pl co A iD to c'j 164 B SOBo rz roc Lgi Li U o C% - co -4 764.30' %Ile V 1e Yl is ren Yns vs ca I I- t -y PVT4 TV TT Is 'A 90 (AIM < cr 0 co - Frwo, !2 cr ILD Lo SUBJECT U) ci < 10 PROPERTY ;z cr QD V1 T7/M <0 CL > %Ile V 1e Yl is ren Yns vs ca I I- t -y PVT4 TV TT Is 'A 90 (AIM co Frwo, u wt r 7.' a � } � ; .Ilya D �� ' r--� •— _ I I, '' i 1 fl 1111 71 -� '.'( 1 ��ra / �� 1`JI alt 1 \ Z,n•! I �5i !'\\ ',v �l ��'�=_�L�-� ! %1%�.•`;, ' =✓::► • u !' I t •L } ��� .�{`'�'/!,.jl I 11 I I4$�- } I --I - � `'�lll,R, 1 k I �.-y.:..-��`„�-%ff[ °( I 'rir r I,! I �D �.;�. JZ. �� � � �`l'�`.G,\. `, r'Ift `f• 1 1 I 1r` 1,� � + � �1 I ,% (f ii`� `. T ! 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