GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF NORTH CAROLINA
SESSION LAW 1999-90
The General Assembly of North Carolina enacts:
Section 1. Section 3 of Chapter 62 of the Private Laws of 1911, as rewritten by S.L. 1998-151, reads as rewritten:
"Section 3.(a) That the elected officers of the town shall consist of a mayor and five commissioners, and the following persons shall fill the offices until the regular election in November of 1999: Mayor, Larry B. Simpson; commissioners, Kenneth J. Price, Jimmy Lee Baucom, Kenneth M. Brown, Jr., Robert L. Crouch, and Randy Keith Baucom. In the 1999 election, the three persons who receive the highest numbers of votes are elected for four-year terms as commissioners, and the two persons who receive the next highest numbers of votes are elected to two-year terms as commissioner. In 2001 and quadrennially thereafter, two commissioners are elected for four-year terms. In 2003 and quadrennially thereafter, three commissioners are elected for four-year terms. In 1999, a mayor shall be elected for a two-year term. In 2001 and quadrennially thereafter, a mayor is elected for a four-year term.
(b) Elections shall be conducted on a nonpartisan plurality basis and the results determined in accordance with G.S. 163-292."
Section 2. Section 7 of Chapter 62 of the Private Laws of 1911, as rewritten by S.L. 1998-151 reads as rewritten:
"Section 7. Said commissioners shall have and are
hereby vested with all the powers conferred upon commissioners of towns and
cities and subject to the performance of all the duties as such, conferred
under the general
laws.laws, except that the 60-day limitation in
G.S. 160A-360(f) is extended to and including December 1, 1999."
Section 3. Section 2 of Chapter 62 of the Private Laws of 1911, as rewritten by S.L. 1998-151, is rewritten to read:
"Section 2. The boundaries set forth in this section follow the centerlines of the named roads and highways as they existed on the date of the general election in 1998, except where the existing property lines did not follow said centerlines, the boundaries shall extend only to the property line closest to the centerline of the road or highway. The boundaries of the Town of Unionville are as follows:
BEGINNING at the intersection of Friendly Baptist Church Road and Ridge Road; thence along and with Ridge Road in a generally southeast direction to the intersection of Ridge Road and U.S. Highway 601; thence with U.S. Highway 601 in a generally southwest direction approximately 400 feet to the southwest corner of parcel 9-174-12B; thence along and with the southern boundaries of the following properties: parcels 9-174-6G; 9-174-10; 9-174-6D; Country Ridge and Country Ridge, Sec. 2 as shown on plats recorded in Plat Cabinet B, Files 109A and 111A in the Office of the Union County Register of Deeds; the minor subdivision of Kelly Helms and wife, Pauline Helms as shown on plat recorded in Plat Cabinet B, File 343A in the Office of the Union County Register of Deeds; thence with the eastern boundary of parcel 9-177-75 in a generally northerly direction to a point in the centerline of Baucom-Deese Road; thence with Baucom-Deese Road in a generally easterly direction to the intersection of Baucom-Deese Road with Morgan Mill Road; thence with Morgan Mill Road in a generally northeast direction to the intersection of Morgan Mill Road with Henry Baucom Road; thence extending past said intersection and running with the centerline of said road approximately 701 feet; thence in a generally northwesterly direction with the line of parcel 8-072-19 to said parcel's northernmost boundary line; thence with the northernmost boundary lines of the following properties: 8-072-19, 8-072-25A, and 8-072-25; thence generally north with the property lines of parcel 8-072-9 to the northernmost line of parcel 8-072-9; thence with the northernmost property lines of parcels 9, 9A, and 8B; thence in a generally southerly direction along and with the westernmost property lines of parcels 8-072-8B, 8-072-8D, and 8-072-8A to the centerline of Henry Baucom Road; thence with the centerline of said Road in a generally westerly direction to the intersection of Henry Baucom Road with Haigler-Baucom Road; thence with Haigler-Baucom Road in a generally northwest direction to the intersection of Haigler-Baucom Road with Sikes Mill Road; thence with Sikes Mill Road in a generally northerly direction to the intersection of Sikes Mill Road with Clontz-Long Road; thence in a generally westerly direction with Clontz-Long Road to the intersection of Clontz-Long Road with U.S. Highway 601; thence with U.S. Highway 601 in a generally southerly direction to the intersection of U.S. Highway 601 and Lawyers Road; thence with Lawyers Road in a generally westerly direction to the intersection of Lawyers Road and Friendly Baptist church Road; thence along and with Friendly Baptist Church Road to the point and place of the BEGINNING."
Section 4. This act is effective when it becomes law.
In the General Assembly read three times and ratified this the 25th day of May, 1999.
s/ Dennis A. Wicker
President of the Senate
s/ James B. Black
Speaker of the House of Representatives