Excerpt from Charter for City of Chico: Prepared and Proposed for the City of Chico, County of Butte, State of California, by the Board of Freeholders Elected June 4, 1921
Cadian Avenue of Chico Vecino; running thence north. Westerly along said line of Arcadian Avenue to the center line of Seventh Avenue of Chico Vecino; running thence northeasterly along said line of Seventh Avenue to the center line of the Esplanade; running thence southeast erly along said line of Sixth Ave; running thence north easterly along said line of Sixth Avenue to the center line of Laburnum Avenue; running thence southeasterly along said line of Laburnum Avenue to the center line of Fourth Avenue; running thence northeasterly along said line of Fourth Avenue to the center line of Spruce Avenue; running thence southeasterly along said line of Spruce Avenue to the center line of Third Avenue: running thence northeasterly along said line of Third Avenue to the easterly line of that certain alley that runs through Block 9 and 10 of the 14th Subdivision of the John Bidwell Rancho; running thence southeast erly along said line of said alley to the center line of First Avenue; running thence southwesterly along said line of First Avenue to the center line of Palm Avenue; running thence southeasterly along the center line of Palm Avenue produced to the northerly line of the Chico Cemetery; running thence easterly along said northerly line of the said cemetery to the northeasterly corner thereof; running thence southerly along the easterly line of the said cemetery to the southeasterly corner thereof; running thence westerly along the southerly line of the said Cemetery to the center line of the Cemetery Lane, said lane being that certain county road running north and south and connecting Sierra Avenue of the City of Chico with the aforesaid cemetery, being also a well known and established county road; running thence south along said center line of said lane to the southerly line of Vallambrosa Avenue, said avenue be ing an official county road and running along and ad joining the northerly line of Bidwell Park; Bidwell Park being that certain tract of land conveyed by Annie E. K. Bidwell to the City of Chico, dated July loth, 1905. Re corded in Book 83, Page 41 of deeds in the records 0! Butte County; following thence easterly along the south erly line of said road and the northerly line of said park to the easterly end of the twenty-second course as set forth in said deed, said course reading, North 54 de grees 00 minutes east, feet; said point being also known as station 23 of the said Pank survey; being op posite and near the corner common to Lots 32 and 33 of the 19th subdivision of the John Bidwell Rancho; thence leaving the said southerly line of the said Vallambrosa Avenue and following the said northerly boundary of the said park the following courses and distances.
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