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By-law No. 2007-104 THE CORPORATION OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF BAYHAM BY-LAW #2007-104 AMENDING BY-LAW #1605 BEING A BY-LAW TO PROVIDE FOR THE SMITH MUNICIPAL DRAIN WHEREAS the Corporation of the Township of Bayham By-law#1605 enacted on the 314 day of June 1968 provided for the construction of the Smith Municipal Drain; and for the levy assessments upon lands and roads to which the Smith Municipal Drainage works is chargeable; AND WHEREAS a portion of lands falling within the watershed of the Smith Municipal Drain have been severed and as such it is necessary to reapportion the drainage assessment affecting those lands affected; AND WHEREAS an "Agreement between Property Owners for Drainage Apportionment due to Land Severance / Sale" as prepared by the Bayham Drainage Superintendent has been accepted and duly executed by the current property owners of those retained and severed lands; AND WHEREAS the Council of the Corporation of the Municipality of Bayham now deems it necessary to reapportion the assessments contained within the assessment schedules attached to By-law#1605; NOW THEREFORE THE CORPORATION OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF BAYHAM HEREBY ENACTS AS FOLLOWS: 1. THAT the assessment contained in Jewitt,Dodd&Vallee Engineer's Report dated September 22, 1967 affecting property identified as Roll Number 34-01-000-005- 16100 for lands located within part of Lot 15, Concession 10, with a watershed of 20 acres,valued at$1,326.51 shall be reapportioned as follows: Severed Property: Assessment Roll#34-01-000-005-16110 Legal Description: Part 1 on Reference Plan#11R-2580 Part Lot 15, Concession 10,West Side Elliott Road Drainage Apportionment: Assessed at$364.79 Remaining Property: Assessment Roll#34-01-000-005-16100 Legal Description: Part 2 on Reference Plan#11R-2580 Part Lot 15, Concession 10,West Side Elliott Road Drainage Apportionment: Assessed at $957.74 2. THAT the apportioned costs of any future maintenance work authorized by the Council of the Municipality of Bayham and carried out under the supervision of the Drainage Superintendent on the Smith Municipal Drain shall reflect the reapportionment in Paragraph#1 herein. 3. THAT the reapportionment of drainage assessments as set out in Paragraph#1 herein will cease when Council accepts a new Engineer's Report assessing this portion of the Smith Municipal Drain. 4. Effective Date: This By-law comes into full force and effect on the passing thereof. Bayham By-law#2007-104 Read a first and second time this 15th day of November 2007. .. ----Th/7/ / I e ayoe Lynn Acre /Dept/1y Clerk: Margaret Underhill Read a third and final time and passed this 15th day of November 2007. '' / d1111111P Liltk j ODUL / 7 Mayo tLynn Acre 1 p Clerk: Margaret Underhill 2