Town of Brookfield, CT
Fairfield County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by Town Meeting of the Town of Brookfield 2-27-1974. Amendments noted where applicable.]
A. 
To promote the educational, cultural, economic and general welfare of the public through the preservation and protection of buildings, places and districts of historical interest by the maintenance of such landmarks in the history of architecture of the Town, state or nation and through the development of appropriate settings of such buildings, places and districts, there is hereby established an historic district in the Town of Brookfield to be known as "Brookfield Center Historic District No. 1."
B. 
Historic District No. 1 is situated:
[Amended 6-10-1980[1]]
(1) 
In the center of Town and is located on both sides of a portion of Route 25 beginning at the intersection of Route 133 and traveling south for approximately 0.4 mile to include property owned by Bradley on the westerly side and Ceysens on the easterly side.
(2) 
Also on both sides of Route 25 beginning at the intersection of Route 133 and traveling north for approximately 0.4 mile to include property owned by Gregory on the westerly side and Baker on the easterly side.
(3) 
Also on both sides of Long Meadow Hill Road beginning at the intersection of Route 25 and traveling north for approximately 0.4 mile to include property owned by Douglas on the westerly side and the trustees of the Fund for Ministers on the easterly side.
(4) 
Also on both sides of Winding Road beginning at the intersection of Route 25 and traveling east for approximately 0.2 mile to include property owned by B. Rippy on the northerly side and C. Rippy on the southerly side.
(5) 
Also on both sides of School Street beginning at the intersection of Route 25 and traveling east for approximately 0.1 mile to include property owned by Phillips on the northerly side and Narwold on the southerly side.
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Editor's Note: The ordinance adopted 6-10-1980 also repealed Sections II and IV of the ordinance from which this chapter is derived.
C. 
All the property owners hereinbefore set forth being now or formerly.
D. 
All of the foregoing area included in the Historic District 1 No. is shown on a map delineating the area involved, which map is incorporated herein by reference and is to be kept on file by the Historic District Commission.
E. 
Both sides of all of said streets are included to a depth of 200 feet from the highway and street lines.
The Historic District Commission shall have such powers and shall perform such functions and shall be subject to such limitations as shall from time to time be provided by the General Statutes of Connecticut.