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    Oleson Village SW Village Lane.jpg
    Creating the centerline of SW Village Lane.

    All that is required is for the student to properly locate the starting point at its intersection with the centerline for SW 58th Avenue. Then using the same method of drawing a line based upon distance and bearing construct the angled centerline.
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    Oleson Village SW Village Lane streetlines.jpg
    Before we move on to what is shown in the attached image let's stop.

    You previously created the centerline for SW Village Lane. Use the Fillet command with a 55 foot radius to add the curve. Stop.

    I'd like you to combine the line on either side of the curve with the curve itself so it is one complete entity. How do we do that? Easy...we use the Pedit command.

    Invoke the command and pick the west line. You'll be asked by AutoCAD if you want to make the line a polyline. Answer = yes. Now type 'J' (for Join) then pick the same line, the curve (arc) and the second line. AutoCAD will join all three lines together.

    Now offset the centerline 25 feet north and again 25 feet south. Your drawing should look like the above image.
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    Oleson Village SW Village Lane fillets.jpg
    Adding the fillets. Once you have trimmed away any unnecessary lines add the two 30 foot radius fillets where indicated. Now start in on the remainder of the lots. I trust you'll have no problems from here on out.

    This is probably my last post to this thread today (Friday) as I have two back-to-back appointments to go to starting at 3 pm. If I can sneak another look between the two I will otherwise you won't hear from me again until early Saturday morning. Saturday is going to be a pretty busy day for me. I've got a room to paint, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMark View Post
    IYou were in the Boy Scouts at one time weren't you? LoL
    haha, nope because I'm a girl! Well 43 year old woman, hahaha. I haven't yet read your new posts. I will shortly. I just wanted to respond to the boyscout thing because it was funny. If you don't hear from me for any reason its because I'm not able to log in. For some reason it takes me 10-15 attempts sometimes and other times, no problems I log right in.

    I do have one question from last night. As I get ready to put in the boundary for lot #4, how to I determine the exact distance down from the south boundary line of lot 3. I pick the end point where I want to start measuring but I'm not sure how to measure down the 164..ft it asks for. I tried making a line to mark the starting point of the angled line but that wasn't working out exactly.

    I've got my culdesac drawn in last night but I had trouble rounding the edges (fillet) you probably address that in your response, so I will go back and read all your replies shortly. This is the first moment today I've had to check in here.

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    My apologies. Girl Scouts then.

    Lot #4. You could easily locate the starting point of the southern property line by constructing a circle with a radius of 168.24 with its center located at the west end of the south property line of lot #3. Where the circle intersects with the boundary line is the point-of-beginning. Start your new line there and snap it to the centerpoint of the cul-de-sac. Trim as required.

    I'll be leaving at 2:45 pm. It's 2:31 pm now.
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    Adding the fillets. Once you have trimmed away any unnecessary lines add the two 30 foot radius fillets where indicated. Now start in on the remainder of the lots. I trust you'll have no problems from here on out.

    This is probably my last post to this thread today (Friday) as I have two back-to-back appointments to go to starting at 3 pm. If I can sneak another look between the two I will otherwise you won't hear from me again until early Saturday morning. Saturday is going to be a pretty busy day for me. I've got a room to paint, etc.

    Don't worry about me I'm doing very well under your care!!! Like I said, I've got time to work on this but for sure the sooner its done the better!!! I've just had a couple of questions so far. I think my main snag is learning the best way to measure a distance in order to determine the starting point of the lot 4 property line that is at an angle. In other words, I need to go down about 164ft from lot 3 and then insert the coordinate for the angle that connects to the culdesac. Its probably super simple, but I wasn't able to figure it out.

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    ok, got it. Sorry you posted while I was posting. I will give that a try tonight.

    last question...how do I send you a png of my work so far?

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    You can attach an image to a post. Start by clicking on the Go Advanced button (lower right hand corner) under the Quick Reply box. At the next screen look for and click on the Paperclip icon. Browse to your PNG file, upload it then attach. Add a few words of explanation if required.

    Good luck.

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    Oleson Village Lots 4 5 6.jpg
    It must be your lucky day. Had a few minutes to whip this up.

    Laying out lots #4, 5 and 6.

    I used circles to find intersection points then ran a line from the intersections back to the center of the cul-de-sac.

    Lot #4 - red circle.

    Copy the north streetline of SW Kensington Street to the intersection of the west boundary line of lot #4 and the south property line. This will give you the south property line of lots #5 and 6. This line is the north edge of the buffer area between the back of the lots and SW Kensington Street.

    Lot #5 - yellow circle.

    Lot #6 - green circle.

    OK...gotta go. Catch up with you on Saturday. Good night.

    Addendum:

    I messed up on lot #6. See the image attached to post #47. There should be a small segment of property line (23.06 feet) going off in a northeasterly direction. My apologies.
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    Oops. Forgot to show you the finished product. NOW I'm gone. LoL
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