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 section three of chapter forty of the General Laws, the town of Grafton, acting by and through its board of selectmen, is hereby authorized to grant a lease, for a term of thirty years, which may be extended subject to the approval of said town for another term of thirty years, of a portion of a certain parcel of land, to the South Grafton Water District, said portion of the parcel being more particularly described as follows:
Beginning at the most southeasterly corner of the parcel herein described at land of the South Grafton Water District;
Thence N 25< 30' E three hundred sixty-six and 96/100 (366.96) feet by land of the South Grafton Water District to land now or formerly of Penn Central Railroad;
Thence by a curved line to the right having a radius of two thousand and 72/100 (2,000.72) feet a distance of one hundred thirty-nine and 95/100 (139.95) feet by land now or formerly of Penn Central Railroad to land now or formerly of John and Mary Kupiec;
Thence N 79< 32' W four hundred eighty-four (484) feet by land now or formerly of John and Mary Kupiec to a point;
Thence S 00< 15' 45" W two hundred eighty-three and 28/100 (283.28) feet to a point;
Thence N 40< 03' 30" E three hundred (300) feet to a point;
Thence S 79< 32' E approximately ninety-seven (97) feet to the point of beginning.
The last three courses being by other land of said town of Grafton.
Containing 164,228 square feet of land and being shown on a Plan entitled "Plan of Land in Grafton, Mass." dated August twenty-fourth, nineteen hundred and eighty-four, prepared by Whitman & Howard Inc. and recorded in the Worcester district of the Worcester county registry of deeds in Plan Book 662, Plan 42.