Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives
in General Court assembled, and by the authority of the same,
The division of capital planning and operations, acting for and on behalf of the commonwealth, is hereby authorized, in consultation with the metropolitan district commission and the water resources authority, to convey with quitclaim covenants, to Theresa Elizabeth Dowd all right, title and interest of the commonwealth may have in a certain parcel of land located in the town of Natick, except the "proposed easement" as hereinafter set forth, for the consideration that the grantee herein relinquishes all right, title and interest to said existing easement and shown on a plan referred to in the second paragraph of this act, as a "proposed easement," and for the further consideration that the said grantee shall have signed an agreement relinquishing any and all rights that she or her heirs, successors or assigns may have in said easement and may be or may have been entitled to for compensation, including interest accrued thereon, either from the commonwealth or the said town of Natick for reimbursement for any or all back taxes which the said grantee and her predecessors in title have paid on said parcel from the time of its taking by the city of Boston in the year eighteen hundred and seventy-six to the present.
Said parcel of land is located in said town, with the buildings thereon, situated on the southerly side of Union street, and shown on a plan entitled "Plan of Land in Natick, Massachusetts owned by Francis E. and Theresa Elizabeth Dowd, drawn by MacCarthy and Sullivan, Engineering, Inc.", and dated November 7, 1985, and recorded in the southern district registry of deeds in the county of Middlesex, and being more particularly described as follows:
Beginning at a point on the sideline of Union Street, a public way, nineteen and 77/100 (19.77) feet from a found stone bound, which is the assumed center of the Sudbury Aqueduct so called;
Then running along the easterly sideline of Union Street S 69< 20'00"E, eighty-four and 27/100 (84.27) feet to a point;
Then the line turns and runs S 33< 34'00"W, two hundred and 07/100 (200.07) feet to a found stone bound (Old Country Marker) as shown on said plan;
Then the line turns and runs N 56< 56'57"W seventy-nine and 09/100 (79.09) feet to a found stone bound which is the assumed center of the Sudbury Aqueduct so called;
Then the line turns and runs N 32< 36'10"E, one hundred and eighty-one and 99/100 (181.99) feet to the point of beginning.
Said parcel contains 10.454 square feet, more or less, according to said plan.
Said parcel shall be conveyed subject to the restriction that no buildings, foundations or structures shall be erected or maintained on or over that portion of said parcel which is shown on said plan as "Existing Easement, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Metropolitan District Commission, (Sudbury Aqueduct)" without the prior written approval of the said water resources authority or its successor and assigns.
Any interest the commonwealth has or may have in and to said property is derived under a taking against James Sweeney by the city of Boston through the agency of the Cochituate water board authority dated September 28, 1876 and recorded with the southern district registry of deeds in the county of Middlesex at 27 EX 103, Book of Partitions.
A copy of the agreement referred to in the first paragraph shall be filed with the water resources authority and recorded with the said southern district registry of deeds.