0603 – Quit Claim Deed to D.M. Hughes

ORDINANCE 603 

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING AND DIRECTING THE MAYOR OF THE CITY OF RICH HILL, MISSOURI ON THE PART OF THE CITY OF RICH HILL, MISSOURI TO EXECUTE AND DELIVER UNTO D.M. HUGHES, A QUIT CLAIM DEED, CONVEYING TO THE SAID D.M. HUGHES, ALL THE RIGHT, TITLE AND INTEREST OF THE SAID CITY OF RICH HILL, MISSOUR, TO ALL THAT TRACT OF LANDIN THIS ORDINANCE HEREINAFTER FULLY DESCRIBED. 

Be it ordained by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Rich Hill, Missouri, as follows:

Section One.  The mayor of the City of Rich Hill, Missouri be and he hereby is duly authorized, empowered and directed to execute a deed by quit-claim, conveying unto D.M. Hughes of Rich Hill, Missouri, all that tract of land lying, being and situate in the County of Bates, in the State of Missouri, to wit:

            All that tract of land commencing ten (10) feet south of the northeast corner of lot one (1) in block two (2) of Connelly’s Addition to the city of Rich Hill, Missouri, thence west three hundred (300) feet to a point ten (10) feet south of the northwest corner of lot six (6) in block two (2) of said Connelly’s Addition, thence south fifty-three (53) feet to Missouri State Highway Right of Way line, thence in a southeasterly direction following the Missouri State Highway Right of Way Line three hundred eight and one half (3081/2) feet, thence north one hundred and thirty-two (132) feet to point of beginning.  All of Connelly’s Addition to the said city of Rich Hill, Missouri, not heretofore excepted for road purposes; also all of Lots 1 and two (2) in block three (3) in Connelly’s Addition to the said city of Rich Hill, Lying south of the Missouri State Highway right of way line.

Section Two.  This ordinance will take effect and be in force from and after the date of its passage and approval.

Passed and approved, this 24th day of March 1931.

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George Dowell-Mayor

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H. Hallaur-Clerk

 

           

 

 

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