An Act to correct the survey of a public road in the county of Rockland
Passed 17th April, 1826
Be it enacted by the people of the State of New York represented in Senate and Assembly That it shall be lawful and is hereby made the duty of the commissioners named in the act entitled “An Act to appoint commissioners to lay out a public road from the Hudson River at Nyack in the Town of Orange to the Orange turnpike in the town of Hempstead in the County of Rockland passed April 23rd, 1823. At any time before the first day of August next to resurvey and alter the route of the road mentioned in the said act or any part where of which they the said commissioners or any two of them may think proper and to correct any errors which may have been committed in the Survey there of which has already been made.
And be it further enacted, that all the provisions of the aforesaid act shall apply to and be observed in relation to such future survey.
And be it further enacted, that it shall be the duty of the commissioners aforesaid or either of them to give notice in writing to the commissioners