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76-132 Boundary Line Parallel to the Long Dimension of Block Between Parallel Streets
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In case of parallel streets, where a boundary line extends parallel to the long dimension of the block and no dimension is shown, such boundary line shall be considered to coincide with the center line of the block.
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