Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives
in General Court assembled, and by the authority of the same,
Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (d) of section nine of chapter three hundred and seventy-two of the acts of nineteen hundred and eighty-four or any other general or special law to the contrary, the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority shall not be required to obtain prior approval of the governor and the general court to sell, lease or dispose of any interest in a certain parcel of land with buildings thereon situated in the town of Dedham, known and numbered as 26 Commonwealth Avenue and shown as lot numbered one hundred sixty-six B on a plan drawn by E. Worthington, Engineer dated January fourth, nineteen hundred and twenty-nine, as approved by the Land Court, filed in the Land Registration Office as No. 2045W, a copy of a portion of which is filed in Norfolk Registry District with Certificate NO. 13022, Book 66, bounded and described as follows:
southwesterly by Commonwealth Avenue, as shown on said plan, eighty-eight and 94/100 (88.94) feet;
northwesterly by the junction of said Commonwealth Avenue and Riverview Street, as shown on said plan, forty-two and 92/100 (42.92) feet;
northerly by said Riverview Street, fifty-five and 51/100 (55.51) feet;
easterly by lot numbered one hundred sixty-seven, as shown on said plan, ninety (90) feet; and
southeasterly by lot numbered one hundred sixty-five, as shown on said plan, twenty-eight and 47/100 (28.47) feet.
Said sale, lease or disposition shall not impair the maintenance and operation of said authority's sewer and waterworks systems.