Chapter 12.04


12.04.010    Consolidation--Description.

12.04.010 Consolidation--Description.

Public convenience and necessity require the consolidation of the five existing road districts of the county into one road district, and to effectuate such consolidation, a single road district is established, to be known as "Amador Road District," which shall embrace all of the territory now contained in said five districts, the exterior boundaries of which are more particularly described as follows:

Beginning at the southwest corner, in the Mokelumne River, on the eastern boundary of San Joaquin; thence up said river to its junction with the north fork of said river; thence up the said north fork to the line of Alpine, being at a point south of the common corner of Amador, Alpine and El Dorado, which is in the center of the Amador and Nevada Road, in front of Z. Kirkwood’s house; thence north by the line of Alpine to said common corner; thence westerly along said road to a point east of the sources of the south fork of the south fork of the Cosumnes River; thence west to said source; thence down the south fork of the south fork and the south fork and the main Cosumnes River to the easterly line of Sacramento; thence by the eastern lines of Sacramento and San Joaquin to the place of beginning.  (Ord. 289 §1, 1957).


    For statutory provisions authorizing the board of supervisors to divide the county into suitable road districts, see Strs. & Hys. Code §1020 et seq.