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PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 218 -JUNE 16, 1949 Reversion to owner. of sublots 17, 18, and 19 of the Cuyahoga Valley Realty Company's subdivision numbered 2, as recorded in volume 50, page 21, of said county records, as is required for constructing and maintaining the fill and embankment for Clark Avenue southwest, to the elevations and grades hereinafter described, lying between the north line of Clark Avenue southwest and the foot of said fill and embankment, the foot of said fill and embankment being where a slope of one and one-half feet horizontal to one foot vertical, measured northerly, eastwardly, and downward from the following described line intersects the natural surface of the ground: Beginning at a point whose elevation is about one hundred four and five-tenths feet above the city base of levels and which is about eighty feet easterly from the intersection of the north line of Clark Avenue southwest, with the northeasterly line of West Eleventh Street and three feet north at right angles to said north line; thence with the established grade of Clark Avenue southwest easterly along a line parallel to and three feet north of said north line of Clark Avenue southwest about ninety-eight feet to a point whose elevation is about one hundred one and six-tenths feet; thence south at right angles to said described line three feet to a point in the said north line of Clark Avenue southwest, whose elevation is about one hundred one and six-tenths feet above the city base of levels, said point being about one hundred and seventy-eight feet east of said intersection, contain- ing one hundred and twenty one-thousandths acre, more or less: Provided, That the portion of parcel 2 located in said sublots 17, 18, and 19 shall revert to the owner of such sublots should the land of said sublot be at any time raised and maintained by means of an earth fill to the grade of the Clark Avenue viaduct and the westerly approach thereto. Together with all rights, reservations, privileges, and easements acquired by grantor under that certain deed from the Cuyahoga Val- ley Realty Company to grantor dated April 2, 1946, and recorded in volume 6064 at page 455 of Cuyahoga County Records. Together with all rights, reservations, and privileges retained by grantor under the provisions of the "Easement for Maintenance of Water Main and Appurtenances from Reconstruction Finance Cor- poration to the City of Cleveland", dated August 6, 1946, a copy of which is attached hereto, made a part hereof and marked exhibit A, and grantee by the acceptance of this quitclaim deed assumes and agrees to perform all of the obligations of grantor contained in said "Easement for Maintenance of Water Main and Appurtenances from Reconstruction Finance Corporation to the City of Cleveland". Also excepting from the first above-described premises that parcel of land conveyed by the United States to the city of Cleveland by deed dated May 27, 1948, recorded June 9, 1948, in volume 6492, page 4, of Cuyahoga Deed Records, and particularly described as follows: Beginning at the southeasterly corner of sublot numbered 1 in Josephine L. Hartzell's subdivision, recorded in volume 15, page 37, of Cuyahoga County Map Records; thence south eighty-eight degrees eighteen minutes forty seconds east six hundred sixty-nine and ninety- three one-hundredths feet: thence north sixty-seven degrees forty-nine minutes forty seconds east four hundred twelve andfve-tenths feet: thence north forty-seven degrees fifteen minutes forty-five seconds east six hundred feet; thence south eighty-seven degrees forty-four minutes fifteen seconds east three hundred feet; thence south forty-two degrees forty-four minutes fifteen seconds east three hundred feet; thence south eighty-seven degrees forty-four minutes fifteen seconds east two hundred twenty-five and seventy-five one-hundredths feet; thence south sixty degrees twenty-seven minutes forty-four seconds 190 [63 STAT.