1965/66/67 session laws – Ch.221 Sec.1


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CHAPTER 221 AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE ASHEBORO CITY BOARD OF EDUCA- TION TO CONVEY CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY TO THE RANDOLPH TECHNICAL INSTITUTE. WHEREAS, the real property hereinafter described was conveyed to the Asheboro City Board of Education by the County of Randolph by deed dated January 11, 1963, which deed is duly recorded in Book 851 at Page 535, Randolph County Public Registry; and WHEREAS, from and since that date the Asheboro City Board of Edu- cation has owned said real property; and WHEREAS, since the fall of 1962 there has been operated on said tract of real property the Randolph Industrial Educational Center to and in- cluding the 2nd day of October, 1965 when said institution became known as the Randolph Technical Institute and its administration passed into the hands of the Board of Trustees of the Randolph Technical Institute; and WHEREAS, from and after July 1, 1963 the administration and opera- tion of community colleges, technical institutes and industrial educational centers passed from local boards of education into the State Board of Education; and WHEREAS, the Asheboro City Board of Education wishes to transfer, without consideration, title to the real property described below to the Board of Trustees of the Randolph Technical Institute, subject however to the provision that if a technical institute or industrial educational center, as defined in North Carolina General Statute 115A, ceases to operate on said land, title to the real property described below shall revert to the Asheboro City Board of Education, or its successors: Now, therefore, The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

The Asheboro City Board of Education is authorized and empowered to convey, without consideration, to the Board of Trustees of the Randolph Technical Institute, or its successors, a body corporate, that certain tract or parcel of land, or any part thereof, situated in Asheboro Township, Asheboro, Randolph County, North Carolina, same being more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at an iron stake in the southern edge of Industrial Park Avenue, the same being the northeast corner of Lot No. 52; running thence due South 883.82 feet along the eastern edge of Lot No. 52 to an iron stake, the southeast corner of Lot No. 52 in the J. E. McDowell line; 264 thence North 85 degrees 5 minutes West along McDowell line about 1643.42 feet to the center line of the North-South Bypass of Highway No. 220; thence in a northeastern direction along the center line of said U. S. 220 Bypass about 825 feet to a point in the southern edge of Industrial Park Avenue; thence due East along the southern edge of Industrial Park Avenue about 1325 feet to an iron stake, the point and place of beginning, and being Lots Nos. 40, 41, 42, 48, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52 and a portion of Lots Nos. 36, 37, 38 and 39 of Randolph County property as shown on a plat duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds for Randolph County in Plat Book 10, Page 22, and being subject to all rights of way heretofore granted to the State Highway Commission for purpose of constructing U. S. 220 Bypass and service roads immediately adjoining said property; subject also to proposed right of way for railroad construction along the northern edge of said property. But this land is conveyed subject to certain restrictions as to the use thereof running with said land by whomsoever owned, said restrictions which are expressly assented to by the party of the second part in accepting this deed being as follows: 1 This property shall be used for industrial purposes only. 2 No building shall be erected or allowed to remain on said land: (a) Within 10 feet of the street abutting the front of said land; (b) Within 10 feet of the street if such there be abutting the side of said lot; and (c) Within 10 feet of any boundary line of said lot.

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