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  • Acts
  • 2001
  • Chapter 38 AN ACT ESTABLISHING THE BOUNDARY LINE BETWEEN THE TOWN OF SOUTHBOROUGH AND THE TOWN OF WESTBOROUGH.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows:


The boundary line between the town of Southborough and the town of Westborough is hereby changed and established as follows:

Beginning at the corner of Northborough, Southborough and Westborough, at point N- S-W, having coordinates X=578218.238, Y=475839.09 and extending thence, following the existing boundary between the town of Southborough and the town of Westborough south 37° 24' 34" east, 16594.11' to a town bound to be set having coordinates X=588299.2704, Y=462658.1419 thence leaving said boundary line and extending south 3° 20' 03" west, 935.10' to a town bound to be set on the existing boundary, having coordinates X=588244.8836, Y=461724.6226 thence, following the existing boundary between the town of Southborough and the town of Westborough south 77° 46' 02" west, 1933.34' to point H-S-W in the Sudbury River and witnessed by a bound located on the line. The coordinates listed above are on the North American Datum of 1927 Massachusetts Mainland zone, expressed in United States survey feet. Bounds at the new corners shall conform to the department of highways construction standard drawing number 506.2.0 issued September 9, 1995.

Approved July 6, 2001.