Town Line

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List Of County Routes In Erie County, New York (385–416) - County Route 407
... Pratham Road, is a north–south route in the town of Sardinia that parallels the Concord–Sardinia town line that lies a half-mile to the west ... Road (CR 409) before coming to an end at Crump Road (CR 408) at the Sardinia–Colden town line ... terminus of CR 406 Sardinia–Colden town line 5.30 8.53 CR 408 (Crump Road) ...
Massachusetts Route 137
... It is located within the towns of Brewster, Harwich and Chatham ... Route 6 (Mid-Cape Highway) just south of the town line at the highway's Exit 11 ... right to the south at the intersection with Old Queen Anne Road, which is also the Chatham town line, before finally terminating at Route 28 ...
Town Line, New York - History
... Because Town Line was never an incorporated municipal entity in the first place and had no well-defined boundaries, the resolution had no legal effect neither the Confederacy nor U.S ... The town historian says there are no written records of what happened ... five residents crossed the Mason-Dixon Line to fight with the Confederates in their Army of Northern Virginia, and twenty residents fought for the Union Army ...
List Of County Routes In Erie County, New York (385–416) - County Route 408
... County Route 408 is an overall east–west route in the town of Colden ... at Center Street (CR 33) and travels east along the Sardinia–Colden town line ... on this alignment to its end at Holland–Glenwood Road (CR 240) near the Colden–Holland town line ...
Chittenden-1-1 Vermont Representative District, 2002–2012
... The Chittenden-1-1 District includes all of the Chittenden County town of Hinesburg "except two portions the first being that portion of the town of Hinesburg in ... George town line, then southerly along the centerline of VT 116 to its intersection with Falls Road, then westerly along the centerline of Falls Road to ...

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    Somewhere along the line of development we discover who we really are, and then we make our real decision for which we are responsible. Make that decision primarily for yourself because you can never really live anyone else’s life not even your child’s. The influence you exert is through your own life and what you become yourself.
    Eleanor Roosevelt (1884–1962)

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    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)