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 is hereby authorized, subject to the provisions of sections forty E to forty J, inclusive, of chapter seven of the General Laws, to convey by deed approved as to form by the attorney general five permanent easements over land located in the city of Quincy, to the city of Quincy, subject to the requirements of sections two, three and four and to such terms and conditions as the deputy commissioner may prescribe in consultation with the metropolitan district commission, said easements being described as follows:
The above described easements are shown on sheets 1 and 4 of a plan entitled "Easement Plan of Land in Quincy, Mass., Whitman & Howard, Inc.", dated September 6, 1990, drawn by Joseph W. McCarthy, Jr.
SECTION 2. No deed conveying by or on behalf of the commonwealth the easements described in section one shall be valid unless such deed provides that said easements shall be used for the purpose of laying, maintaining, repairing, replacing, and using one or more sanitary sewer lines and related sewerage treatment facilities.
SECTION 3. If the aforementioned purposes as described in section two ceases at any time, said easements shall revert to the commonwealth under terms and conditions as the deputy commissioner of the division of capital planning and operations shall prescribe.
SECTION 4. The city of Quincy shall assume the costs of any appraisals, surveys, and other expenses as deemed necessary by the deputy commissioner of the division of capital planning and operations for the granting of these easements.
SECTION 5. This act shall take effect upon its passage.