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DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION AND NATURAL RESOURCES

Intent to Apply for Patent on Vacant Lands

[43 Pa.B. 6235]
[Saturday, October 19, 2013]

 The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, acting by and through the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (Department), Bureau of Forestry, intends to acquire vacant land as provided in 68 Pa.C.S. Chapter 61 (relating to vacant and unimproved public lands).

 The Commonwealth intends on claiming and patenting three tracts of land, two of which are situated in Granville Township, Mifflin County and one in Milford Township, Juniata County. The tracts are 206.45 acres of vacant, unimproved mountain ground, more particularly described as follows.

Tract A

 Beginning at an existing stone pile, the pile of stones being the westernmost corner of the vacant tract herein described, also the corner being the northeast corner of the Jacob Barr warrant.

 Thence, North 54° 15` 57" East along the Philip Mine- hart warrant 1,165.79 feet to a set rebar and stones along the David Rutter warrant line, the corner being the northern most corner of the vacant tract.

 Thence, South 34° 03` 54" East along the David Rutter warrant 1,093.52 feet to a set rebar and stones, the corner being the eastern most corner of the vacant tract.

 Thence, South 52° 05` 04" West 826.59 feet to a set rebar and stones.

 Thence, South 31° 57` 08" West 143.26 feet to a set rebar and stones.

 Thence, South 49° 16` 16" West 191.76 feet to a set rebar and stones along the Jacob Barr Warrant line, the corner being the southernmost corner of the vacant tract.

 Thence, North 34° 59` 07" West along the Jacob Barr warrant 1,195.71 feet to an existing stone pile, Point of Beginning.

Tract B

 Beginning at a set rebar and stones, the corner being the northernmost corner of the vacant tract herein described, also the corner being along David Rutter Warrant line.

 Thence, South 34° 03` 54" East along the David Rutter warrant 4,634.17 feet to a set rebar and stones along the David Rutter warrant line, the corner being the eastern most corner of the vacant tract.

 Thence, South 52° 03` 15" West 1,074.27 feet to an existing stone pile, the corner being the southernmost corner of the vacant tract, also being corner of the William Mayberry and Jacob Barr warrants.

 Thence, North 35° 02` 17" West along the Jacob Barr warrant 919.02 feet to an existing stone pile.

 Thence, North 34° 59` 07" West along the Jacob Barr warrant 3,652.47 feet to a set rebar and stones.

 Thence, North 49° 16` 16" East 191.76 feet to a set rebar and stones.

 Thence, North 31° 57` 08" East 143.26 feet to a set rebar and stones.

 Thence, North 52° 05` 04" East 826.59 feet to a set rebar and stones, Point of Beginning.

Tract C

 Beginning at an existing stone pile, the corner being the northwestern corner of the vacant tract, also being the corner of the William Mayberry and Jacob Barr warrants.

 Thence, North 52° 03` 15" East 1,074.27 feet to a set rebar and stones along the David Rutter warrant line.

 Thence, South 34° 03` 54" East along the David Rutter warrant 1,839.77 feet to a point, the corner being the southern corner of the David Rutter warrant.

 Thence, North 14° 50` 41" East along the David Rutter warrant 1,634.88 feet to an existing stone pile, the corner being along the Frederick Mathews warrant line.

 Thence, South 35° 01` 48" East along the Frederick Mathews warrant 667.61 feet to an existing stone pile, the corner being a corner to the Frederick Mathews and William Reese warrants.

 Thence, South 37° 19` 55" West along the William Reese warrant 210.14 feet to an existing rebar.

 Thence, South 37° 05` 47" West by same 1,661.08 feet to an existing stone pile.

 Thence, South 36° 59` 17" West by same 561.73 feet to an existing stone pile, corner being the southernmost corner of the vacant tract, also being corner of the William Reese warrant.

 Thence, North 34° 24` 11" West along the William Mayberry warrant 2,145.89 feet to existing stone pile, Point of Beginning.

 As is the policy of the Department, the public is notified of the Commonwealth's intent to acquire the vacant lands. A 30-day period for public inquiry or comment, or both, will be in effect beginning October 12, 2013, and ending November 2, 2013. Oral or written comments or questions concerning this transaction may be addressed to Dan Devlin, State Forester, Bureau of Forestry, P. O. Box 8552, Harrisburg, PA 17105-8552, (717) 787-4837. Oral and written comments will become part of the official document used in the final decision process.

ELLEN FERRETTI, 
Acting Secretary

[Pa.B. Doc. No. 13-1963. Filed for public inspection October 18, 2013, 9:00 a.m.]



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