Town of Kingsbury, NY
Washington County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Board of the Town of Kingsbury 7-1-1918 (Ch. A85 of the 1983 Code). Amendments noted where applicable.]

§ A285-1 Districts established.

[Amended 5-20-1965]
The following are the boundaries of the nine election districts of the Town of Kingsbury, Washington County, New York, as established July 1, 1918, and revised May 20, 1965:
A. 
District No. 1. Bounded and described as follows: bounded on the west by the westerly line of the Town of Kingsbury, on the north by the northerly line of the Town of Kingsbury, on the east by the easterly line of the Town of Kingsbury, and on the south by a line drawn from west to east beginning at the west line of said Town in the center of Casey Road, Tracy Road, Underwood Road east to intersection of Geer Road; thence in the center of the said last-mentioned highway southerly until it intersects U. S. Route No. 4 leading from Hudson Falls to Whitehall; thence in a direct line to the intersection of Hudson Falls-Smiths Basin Road and Hartman Road; thence in a direct line to the east line of said Town where it is intersected by a road from South Hartford Village to Smiths Basin called the Hartford Road.
B. 
District No. 2. Bounded and described as follows: bounded on the north by the southerly line of District No. 1 as described above from the center of U. S. Route No. 4 at the intersection of Route No. 4 and Geer Road; then on a straight line to intersection of Smiths Basin Road and Hartman Road; thence on a straight line to easterly line of Town of Kingsbury where it intersects the Hartford Road, on the east by the easterly line of the Town of Kingsbury, on the south by the southerly line of the Town of Kingsbury, on the west by the easterly line of the Village of Hudson Falls running north westerly to U. S. Route No. 4.
C. 
District No. 3. Bounded and described as follows: Beginning at the center of Feeder Street and the Village of Hudson Falls line, and running thence easterly along the northerly boundary line of said village to the northeast corner thereof; thence southerly along the easterly boundary line thereof to the center of Martindale Avenue; thence westerly along the center of Martindale Avenue to the center of Lower Feeder Street (which is walking trail along the old canal most of the way); across Main Street; thence northerly following the center of Feeder Street to the place of beginning.
[Amended 4-22-1996]
D. 
District No. 4. Bounded and described as follows: Beginning at the northwest corner of the village of Hudson Falls and running thence easterly along the northerly boundary line of said village to the center of Feeder Street; thence southerly along the center of Feeder Street across Main Street and following Lower Feeder Street, which is mostly a walking trail following the old canal to Martindale Avenue; thence westerly along the center of Martindale Avenue to Main Street; thence southerly along the center of Main Street to the intersection of Main and Maple Streets; thence westerly to the Hudson River, thence along the easterly bank of the Hudson River; to the Washington and Warren County line; thence northerly along said county line to the place of beginning.
[Amended 4-22-1996]
E. 
District No. 5. Bounded and described as follows: commencing in the center of Martindale Avenue and the easterly boundary line of the Village of Hudson Falls, and running thence southerly along the said easterly boundary line to the center of Maple Street; thence westerly along the center of Maple Street to the center of Main Street; thence northerly along the center of Main Street to Martindale Avenue; thence easterly along the center of Martindale Avenue to the place of beginning.
F. 
District No. 6. Bounded and described as follows: commencing in the center of Maple Street and in the easterly boundary line of the Village of Hudson Falls, and running thence westerly along the center of Maple Street, and across Main Street in a straight line to the easterly bank of the Hudson River; thence southerly along said easterly bank of the Hudson River to the center of the River Bridge; thence easterly along the center of Sumpter Street to the center of Main Street; thence northerly along the center of Main Street to a point opposite the center of Elm Street; thence easterly along the center of Elm Street and on a straight line, being the prolongation of said center line of Elm Street to the easterly boundary line of said Village of Hudson Falls; thence northerly along said easterly boundary line to the place of beginning.
G. 
District No. 7. Bounded and described as follows: commencing at a point in the easterly boundary line of the Village of Hudson Falls, the same being a point where the prolongation of the center of Elm Street intersects said easterly boundary line and running westerly to the center of Elm Street; thence continuing westerly along the center of Elm Street to the center of Main Street to a point opposite the center of Sumpter Street; thence westerly along the center of Sumpter Street to the river bridge; thence southerly along the easterly bank of the Hudson River to a point opposite the center of John Street; thence easterly to the center of John Street; thence easterly along the center of John Street and the prolongation of the center line of John Street to the easterly boundary line of the Village of Hudson Falls; thence northerly along said easterly boundary line to the place of beginning.
H. 
District No. 8. Bounded and described as follows: commencing at a point in the easterly boundary line of the Village of Hudson Falls, said point being where the prolongation of the center line of John Street intersects said boundary line, and running thence westerly along said prolongation of the center line of John Street to the center of said John Street; thence westerly along the center of said John Street to the Hudson River; thence southerly along the easterly bank of the Hudson River to the southerly boundary line of said Village of Hudson Falls; thence easterly along the southerly line of said Village of Hudson Falls to the easterly boundary line thereof; thence northerly along said easterly boundary line to the place of beginning.
I. 
District No. 9. Bounded and described as follows: bounded on the north by the southerly line of District No. 1 as described above to a point where the Geer Road intersects U. S. Route No. 4, on the east by U. S. Route No. 4 running south in the center of said Route No. 4 to the Hudson Falls Village line, on the south by the northerly line of the Village of Hudson Falls, and on the west by the westerly line of the Town of Kingsbury.