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[75 Stat. 285]
[75 Stat. 285]
PUBLIC LAW 87-000—MMMM. DD, 1961

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PUBLIC LAW 87-126-AUG. 7,^«»61

thence in a general easterly direction paralleling the southerly alinement of Higgins Hollow Road and 300 feet distant southerly therefrom to a point five-tenths of a mile east of the easterly right-of-way line of said Eoute 6,; thence turning and running in a southeasterly and southerly direction paralleling the general alinement of United States Route 6 and distant five-tenths of a mile easterly therefrom to a point 300 feet, north of the northerly right-of-way line of North Pamet Road; thence in a generally southwesterly direction paralleling the general alinement of North Pamet Road and generally distant 300 feet northerly therefrom to a point approximately two-tenths of a mile east of the easterly right-of-way line of United States Route 6; thence in a southerly direction paralleling the alinement of United States Route 6 and generally distant two-tenths of a mile easterly therefrom to a point three-tenths of a mile south of South Pamet Road; thence west to the intersection of Old County Road and Mill Pond Road; thence following the easterly right-of-way line of Old County Road southward to a point opposite the southerly right-of-way line of Ryder Beach Road at its intersection with Old County Road; thence eastward to a point 300 feet east of the easterly rightof-way line of said Old County Road; thence in a southerly direction paralleling Old County Road, at a distance of 300 feet to the east of the easterly right-of-way line of said road to a point 600 feet south of the southerly rightof-way line of Prince Valley Road; thence in a generally westerly direction, crossing Old County Road and the New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railroad right-of-way to the southern extremity of the town landing and beach in the Ryder -Beach area^ and continuing to a point in Cape Cod Bay a quarter of a mile offshore from the mean lowwater line of Cape Cod Bay; thence turning and running along a line a quarter of a mile offshore of and parallel to the mean low-water line of Cape Cod Bay in a general southerly and easterly direction rounding Jeremy Point and thence in a general northerly direction along a line a quarter of a mile offshore of and parallel to the mean low-water line on the westerly side of Wellfleet Harbor, to a point one quarter of a mile due north of the mean low-water line at the eastern tip of Great Island as depicted on the United States Geological Survey Wellfleet quadrangle sheet (1958); thence north to the mean high-water line on the north shore of the Herring River estuary in the vicinity of its confluence with Wellfleet Harbor; thenoe following the mean high-water line southwesterly, northwesterly, and northeasterly to the easterly right-of-way line of Chequesset Neck Road at its crossing of H e m n g River; thence following the course of Herring River along the 20foot contour line of the southeasterly shore thereof to a point near Mill Creek; thence crossing Mill Creek in a northeasterly direction to the 20-foot contour level near to and northeast of the confluence of Mill Creek and Herring River; thence following generally northerly and easterly along the easterly edge of the Herring River marshes on the 20-foot contour

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