AMENDMENT 956 RATIFIED

Baldwin County: Annexation - Barnwell Landmark District

Part I.

(a) For the purposes of this amendment, the "Barnwell Landmark District" in Baldwin County is defined as follows:

Commence at the Southeast Corner of Old Battles Village, Phase One, on the North margin of Baldwin County Highway Number 34 (A.K.A. Old Battles Road), as shown by map or plat thereof recorded on Slide File 2312-B, Probate Records, Baldwin County, Alabama for a POINT OF BEGINNING: Thence run South to the South margin of said Baldwin County Highway Number 34 (A.K.A. Old Battles Road); thence run Westward, along the South margin of said Baldwin County Highway Number 34 to the Southeast Corner of the intersection of Baldwin County Highway Number 34 (A.K.A. Old Battles Road) and Baldwin County Highway Number 3 (A.K.A. South Section Street); thence run Southward along the East margin of said Baldwin County Highway Number 3 to the Southeast Corner of the intersection of Baldwin County Highway Number 3 (A.K.A. South Section Street) and Baldwin County Highway Number 32 (A.K.A. Marlow Road); thence run Westward along the South margin of said Baldwin County Highway Number 32 and extension thereof to the East margin of Mobile Bay; thence run South and Southeastward along the East margin of Mobile Bay and Bon Secour Bay to the Westward side of the mouth of Weeks Bay; thence run North and Northeastward along the West margin of said Weeks Bay to the Westward side of the mouth of Fish River; thence run Northward along the West margin of said Fish River and the meanders thereof to the South margin of Baldwin County Highway Number 48 (A.K.A. Fairhope Avenue); thence run Westward along the South margin of said Baldwin County Highway Number 48 to the Southeast Corner of the intersection of Baldwin County Highway Number 48 (A.K.A. Fairhope Avenue) and Alabama State Highway Number 181; thence run Southward along the East margin of said Alabama State Highway Number 181 to the South margin of Baldwin County Highway Number 34 (A.K.A. Twin Beech Road); thence run Westward along the South margin of said Baldwin County Highway Number 34 to the Southwest Corner of the intersection of Baldwin County Highway Number 34 (A.K.A. Twin Beech Road) and Baldwin County Highway Number 13 (A.K.A. Oberg Road); thence run Southward along the West margin of said Baldwin County Highway Number 13 to the South boundary of the current City of Fairhope Corporate Limits; thence run Westward along said Corporate Limits South boundary to the Southeast Corner of Saddlewood Subdivision, Phase 1, as shown by map or plat thereof recorded on Slide File 2500-E, Probate Records, Baldwin County, Alabama; thence continue Westward along said Saddlewood Subdivision, Phase 1 South boundary to the Southeast Corner of Saddlewood Subdivision, Phase 2, as shown by map or plat thereof recorded on Slide File 2542-D, Probate Records, Baldwin County, Alabama; thence continue Westward along said Saddlewood Subdivision, Phase 2 South boundary to the Southeast Corner of Southland Place, Phase Two, a Planned Unit Development, as shown by map or plat thereof recoded on Slide File 2087-B, Probate Records, Baldwin County, Alabama; thence continue Westward along said Southland Place, Phase Two South boundary to the Southeast Corner of Southland Place, Phase One, a Planned Unit Development, as shown by map or plat thereof recorded on Slide 2051-E, Probate Records, Baldwin County, Alabama; thence continue Westward and Northward along said Southland Place, Phase One South boundary to the Southwest Corner of Southland Place, Phase One, a Planned Unit Development on the East margin of U. S. Highway No. 98 (A.K.A. Greeno Road), as shown by map or plat thereof recorded on Slide File 2051-E, Probate Records, Baldwin County, Alabama; thence run West to the West margin of U. S. Highway No. 98 (A.K.A. Greeno Road); thence run Northward along the West margin of said U. S. Highway No. 98 to the South boundary of the current City of Fairhope Corporate Limits; thence run Westward along and following said Corporate Limits South boundary to the Southeast Corner of Huntington, Phase One, as shown by map or plat thereof recorded on Slide File 2184-D, Probate Records, Baldwin County, Alabama; thence continue Westward along the South boundary of said Huntington, Phase One to the Eastern boundary of the current City of Fairhope Corporate Limits; thence run Southward and Westward along and following said Corporate Limits to the East boundary line of Old Battles Village, Phase Three, a Planned Unit Development, according to the map or plat thereof recorded on Slide File 2632-A, Probate Records, Baldwin County, Alabama; thence run Southward along the East boundaries of said Old Battles Village, Phase Three, and Old Battles Village, Phase Two, a Planned Unit Development, and Old Battles Village, Phase One, a Planned Unit Development, as shown by maps or plats thereof recorded on Slide Files 2597-A and 2312-B, Probate Records, Baldwin County, Alabama to the Point Of Beginning.

LESS AND EXCEPT therefrom any portion of the above described property which lies within the corporate limits of the City of Fairhope, Alabama.

(b) No property within the Barnwell Landmark District may be annexed into any municipality by local law.

(c) Subsection (b) shall not apply to any municipality incorporated after the ratification of this amendment which includes any part of the Barnwell Landmark District.

(d) The Barnwell Landmark District shall not be considered a legal entity and shall not have any of the following powers or authority:

(1) Standing to sue or be sued.

(2) Taxing authority.

(3) Zoning authority.

(4) Police power and public safety authority.

(5) Authority to adopt ordinances, rules, or regulations within its boundaries.

(6) Any other authority or power commonly associated with a legal entity.

Part II.

Any landmark district created in Baldwin County by an amendment to this constitution prior to the ratification of this amendment shall not be considered a legal entity and shall not have any of the following powers or authority:

(1) Standing to sue or be sued.

(2) Taxing authority.

(3) Zoning authority.

(4) Police power and public safety authority.

(5) Authority to adopt ordinances, rules, or regulations within its boundaries.

(6) Any other authority or power commonly associated with a legal entity.