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    Quote Originally Posted by mknj61 View Post
    I'm so lost with this right now. I cant figure out the starting point on this.
    This wouldn't happen to be the Capitano property drawing would it? If it is the place to start is shown in post #6 of this very thread. You need to create a grid to place the spot elevations in their correct locations.
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    I have the grid set up and the spots numbered already Its just Im having a hard time figuring out the start of the 90' contour line. Im looking over the instructions again.

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    It starts about 11.22 east of BM 312. You have to interpolate between the spot elevations of 88.9 and 93.8. The procedure is explained on pages 11 and 12 of the project instructions.
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    I have seen other threads dealing with portions of this plate. I saw the one that says the curves or the property line around the cul-de-sac match up with the already drawn ROW. I'm not sure what I have done wrong but my property lines are not lining up. Any suggestions as to what I might have done wrong? I have included part of the instructions and my drawing.
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    • The new residence address will be 362 Ocean Avenue. 1. The centerline of Ocean Avenue is 40.58 feet south of the northeast corner of the surveyed area. The centerline has a bearing of S77°44′17″W and extends a distance of 407.11 feet from the eastern edge of the surveyed area. (At that point, Ocean Avenue ends in a cul-de-sac.) The distance from the centerline to the curb on each side is 15 feet, and the distance from the centerline to the rightof-way on each side is 25 feet. 2. The exact center of the cul-de-sac is 10.00′ from the western end of the avenue’s centerline. The center is at a bearing of S12°15′43″E from the end of the centerline. The right-of-way circles around the center of the cul-de-sac with a radius of 35 feet, and the curb circles around with a radius of 25 feet from the center of the cul-de-sac. The cul-de-sac right-of-way connects with the avenue’s southern right-of-way to form a fillet with a radius of 10 feet. The cul-de-sac curb connects with the avenue’s southern curb to form a fillet with a radius of 20 feet.

    Now you can layout the Capitano property. Use Layer Row for property lines. Also, use Layer Row (and style ROMANS-6) for the text describing the length and bearing of each property line segment. The point of beginning (POB) for the property is 178.48 feet from BM 312 at a bearing of S49°49′39″E. 1. From at the POB, draw a 445.72′ line segment at a bearing of N77°44′17″E. 2. From the end of the last property line segment, draw a 53.71′ segment at a bearing of S12°15′43″E. 3. From where you left off, draw a 139.66′ segment at a bearing of S77°44′17″W.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bar004 View Post
    I have seen other threads dealing with portions of this plate. I saw the one that says the curves or the property line around the cul-de-sac match up with the already drawn ROW. I'm not sure what I have done wrong but my property lines are not lining up. Any suggestions as to what I might have done wrong? I have included part of the instructions and my drawing.
    Any help would be welcome.
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    • The new residence address will be 362 Ocean Avenue. 1. The centerline of Ocean Avenue is 40.58 feet south of the northeast corner of the surveyed area. The centerline has a bearing of S77°44′17″W and extends a distance of 407.11 feet from the eastern edge of the surveyed area. (At that point, Ocean Avenue ends in a cul-de-sac.) The distance from the centerline to the curb on each side is 15 feet, and the distance from the centerline to the rightof-way on each side is 25 feet. 2. The exact center of the cul-de-sac is 10.00′ from the western end of the avenue’s centerline. The center is at a bearing of S12°15′43″E from the end of the centerline. The right-of-way circles around the center of the cul-de-sac with a radius of 35 feet, and the curb circles around with a radius of 25 feet from the center of the cul-de-sac. The cul-de-sac right-of-way connects with the avenue’s southern right-of-way to form a fillet with a radius of 10 feet. The cul-de-sac curb connects with the avenue’s southern curb to form a fillet with a radius of 20 feet.

    Now you can layout the Capitano property. Use Layer Row for property lines. Also, use Layer Row (and style ROMANS-6) for the text describing the length and bearing of each property line segment. The point of beginning (POB) for the property is 178.48 feet from BM 312 at a bearing of S49°49′39″E. 1. From at the POB, draw a 445.72′ line segment at a bearing of N77°44′17″E. 2. From the end of the last property line segment, draw a 53.71′ segment at a bearing of S12°15′43″E. 3. From where you left off, draw a 139.66′ segment at a bearing of S77°44′17″W.

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