Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives
in General Court assembled, and by the authority of the same,
SECTION 1. The deputy commissioner of the division of capital planning and operations, acting for and on behalf of the commonwealth, is hereby authorized to convey to the town of Scituate, pursuant to the provisions of chapter seven of the General Laws and by deed approved as to form by the attorney general, certain property conveyed to the commonwealth by the Federal Emergency Management Agency pursuant to 42 USC s4001, et seq for use as passive recreation and conservation areas. The property comprising six acres of land, more or less, being located in the town of Scituate in the county of Plymouth. Said land to be delineated on a plan on file with the department of environmental management entitled "town of Scituate," assessor maps #55 and 28.
The deed shall be in such form and contain such provisions as said deputy commissioner shall determine in consultation with the department of environmental management, including such terms and conditions which are necessary to comply with laws relative to the protection of barrier beaches. Said deed shall be granted upon the express conditions that the land be used for recreation or conservation purposes only, that no permanent structures be erected, and if said land ceases to be used as such or if provisions of the deed are not complied with, said property shall revert to the commonwealth.
SECTION 2. In consideration for the land described in section one, the town of Scituate agrees to maintain said parcels as clean, safe and orderly recreation or conservation area open to members of the general public regardless of place of residence.