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Session Laws, 1929
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alleys of said Town, the money collected on account of the
county road and bridge tax in the same amount and man-
ner as is now required by law to be paid to incorporated
towns in the county.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of
That the citizens of the community of Fairmount
Heights, North Fairmount Heights, Bryn Mawr, Waterford,
part of West Fairmount Heights, part of Weisner's sub-
division and part of Slocum's sub-division, etc., Prince George's
County, Maryland, are hereby made a body corporate by the
name and style of Commissioners of Fairmount Heights, "
and by that name may have perpetual succession, sue and be
sued, have and use a common, seal, purchase and hold real,
personal and mixed property, and sell and dispose of the same
for municipal purposes.

SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That the boundaries
of the said Town shall be as follows: beginning at the stone
at the southeast point of Ellen Adam's property on Eastern
Avenue, Fairmount Heights, Md.; thence northwesterly fol-
lowing the District Line to the south line of Sherrif Road;
thence easterly along said Sherrif Road to the center line of
Grove Street in the silence sub-division; thence south along
center of said Grove Street to St. Paul Street in the said
silence sub-division; thence following said St. Paul Street to
Caroline Street in the same sub-division; thence northeast on
said Caroline Street to the boundary line between said si-
lence sub-division and the Edward Howard tract; thence
southeast along said boundary line to the east boundary line
of the said Edward Howard tract; thence north along said
boundary line to Sherrif Road; thence east along said Sher-
rif Road to the center line of Addison Chapel Road; thence
southeasterly along the center line of said Addison Chapel
Road to a point nearest and opposite the northwest corner of
the sub-division known as Waterford; thence across said Ad-
dison Chapel Road and along the north boundary line of said
Waterford to, and hence following the east line of said Water-
ford to the northwest corner of Addison Chapel Cemetery;
thence along the west line of said cemetery to Addison Chapel
Road; thence running along said Addison Chapel Road to
a point in the middle or center of the alley next and nearest
the northeast corner of C. M. Dorsey's home property; thence
southward along center of said alley to the southeast corner


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