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CHAPTER 56 AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE CITY OF LEXINGTON TO RELEASE ANY INTEREST IT MAY HAVE IN CERTAIN LANDS FOR THE PURPOSE OF PERMITTING THE DIXIE FURNITURE COMPANY, INCORPORATED, TO CROSS A PART OF SOUTH SALISBURY STREET FOR PRIVATE PURPOSES. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:
The governing body of the City of Lexington is hereby authorized and empowered by resolution, ordinance, or other proceedings deemed advisable and/or by the execution of such papers as may be necessary, to release the interest of the City of Lexington in and to that portion of South Salisbury Street adjoining the intersection of East Sixth Avenue and South Salisbury Street and South of said intersection, and lying and being between the present storage warehouse of the Dixie Furniture Company, Incorporated, located on the southeast side of South Salisbury Street and the present storage warehouse of said company located on the northwest side of South Salisbury Street, for the purpose of permitting the said Dixie Furniture Company, Incorporated, to extend its use of said warehouses on the southeast side of Salisbury Street and on the northwest side of said Salisbury Street by way of a tramway or catwalk over and across a small portion of South Salisbury Street, with a clearance for said tramway or catwalk of not less than eighteen feet at any point over and above South Salisbury Street, said tramway or catwalk to be constructed and used and said portion of South Salisbury Street to be crossed for the benefit of the Dixie Furniture Company, Incorporated, and its business, and generally for its private purposes, said ramp to be constructed according to the building code of the City of Lexington and State of North Carolina.