Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives
in General Court assembled, and by the authority of the same,
The city of Newton is hereby authorized to utilize a certain parcel of land for a municipal library and parking. Said land is bounded and described as follows:-
COMMENCING at a point on the westerly side of Walnut Street, said point being northeast corner of lands of the City of New Cemetery - said point being 279.70 ft. southerly from a curve into Homer Street;
THENCE running north 12-19-28 east along said westerly sideline of Walnut Street, 279.70 ft. to a point of curvature of a curve to the left into Homer Street, having a radius of 29.83 ft.;
THENCE running in a generally northwesterly direction along said curve to the left having a radius of 29.83 ft., a length of 41.61 ft. to the end of this curve at a point on the southerly sideline of Homer Street;
THENCE running north 67-36-20 west along said southerly sideline of Homer Street 565.52 ft. to a point at lands of Boston Edison;
THENCE running south 40-47-46 west along said lands of Boston Edison, 145.02 ft. to a point;
THENCE running south 42-38-20 west, continuing along lands of Boston Edison 173.09 ft. to a point at the lands of the City of Newton Cemetery;
THENCE running south 67-36-20 east, 749.48 ft. to a point of commencement on Walnut Street.
This parcel contains 4.588 acres and is subject to all easements as shown on Plan of Land in Newton, Massachusetts prepared for Tappe and Coleman, McKinnel and Wood, Architect, Inc., dated August 13, 1986 by Linenthal Eisenberg Andersen, Inc., Boston, Massachusetts, and it contains a former Coleman Road as shown on said plan.
Being all that property shown on a plan entitled "Private Land Bounded by Homer St. and Walnut St. and Private Land taken for Municipal Purposes", Albert A. Morse Acting City Engineer, dated August 14, 1950.