New Jersey Law Reports Volume 54

New Jersey Law Reports Volume 54

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1893 edition. Excerpt: ...grade of F ifty-sixth street strikes the old grade of that street at a point about one hundred and fifteen feet west of Avenue A. The alteration does not stop at that point, but runs along the same angle about five hundred feet to Newark bay, where the proposed grade is eleven feet above the old grade. East of Avenue A the new and old grades coincide for a distance of about three hundred and sixty feet. So in respect to Fifty-seventh street. The new grade crosses the old grade of that street at a point about one hundred and fifty feet west of Avenue A, and continues at the same angle about four hundred feet to Newark bay, where the proposed grade is nine feet above the old grade. So an analysis of the extent of the proposed grades upon the other cross streets shows that the alterations are carried far beyond that incidental change necessary for the adjustment of thesurfaces of the connecting streets for the purposes of travel or any other conceivable purpose. The grade at Fifty-second street is changed less than two inches, and no change was necessary in Fifty-second street itself. At Fifty-third street the change is about four inches, and fifty feet change on each side is ample. At Fifty-fourth street the change is less thana foot, and one hundred and fifty feet on each side is suffficient. At Fifty-fifth street the change is about fifteen inches, and two hundred feet on either side is enough. At Fifty-sixth street the change is thirty inches, and two hundred andi '-twenty-five feet on either side is sufficient.-At Fifty-seventh street the change is about four feet, and four-hundred and twenty-five feet on either side is sufficient. At Fifty-eighth street the change is nine and one-third feet, and four hundred and fifty feet on each side...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236829484
  • 9781236829481