Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives
in General Court assembled, and by the authority of the same,
SECTION 1. The town of West Newbury, acting by and through its conservation commission, is hereby authorized to sell and convey, for certain land and a sum of money to be negotiated by the board of selectmen, to be added to the conservation fund, a certain parcel of land presently owned by said town and managed and controlled by the West Newbury conservation commission for open space and conservation purposes, said parcel of land containing ten thousand four hundred and thirty-six square feet, more or less, and being a portion of the two and fifty-eight one hundredths acres, more or less, of conservation land shown on a plan entitled "Plan of Land in West Newbury, Mass., Essex county of Merrimac River Corporation showing revision of Lots 11 and 12 - Hilltop Circle, Scale: 1"=100', Nov. 1979", recorded with the Essex southern district registry of deeds in the county of Essex in book 6197, page 366, and being more particularly described as following: Beginning at a point at the southwest corner of the parcel at the property of n/f James Bingham, thence proceeding on a bearing of N45-00-00W a distance of 180.51 ft to a point; thence along a curve to the right having a radius of 25 ft. and a arc length of 41.60 ft to a point at Hilltop Circle; thence along Hilltop Circle on a bearing of N50-20-21E a distance of 55.70 ft to a point; thence along a curve to the left along remaining land of the Town of West Newbury having a radius of 30 ft and an arc length of 49.92 ft to a point; thence along remaining land of the Town of West Newbury on a bearing of S45-00-00E a distance of 173.64 ft to a point at the land of n/f/James Bingham; thence along a stone wall on a bearing S48-45-52W a distance of 50.11 ft to the point of beginning.
SECTION 2. The purchaser shall be required to pay all costs and a deposit of five thousand dollars pending agreement of a final settlement.
SECTION 3. This act shall take effect upon its passage.