Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives
in General Court assembled, and by the authority of the same,
SECTION 1. Notwithstanding the provisions of chapter thirty B of the General Laws, the conservation commission of the town of Weston is hereby authorized to convey to Wolfgang Klietmann and Doris Klietmann, Lawrence C. Greb and Marcia S. Greb, Lawrence Weber and Dawn P. Weber, and Robert A. Shann and Mary H. Shann, and their successors and assigns, parcels of land currently held by said town for conservation purposes, shown as Parcels 2A, 3A, 4A, and 5A, respectively, on a plan entitled "Plan of Land in Weston, Massachusetts", 1" = 50', dated May 1, 1995, by John R. Snelling Associates, professional land surveyors; provided, however, that in the deeds conveying the fee interest, the conservation commission of said town subject to the following restrictions and easements:
(1) A perpetual conservation restriction and easement over each such parcel for conservation purposes, including public access;
(2) A perpetual fifty foot wide easement over Parcel 2A in the location shown on said plan as "extension of 50' R.O.W." for drainage purposes, including the location of the drainage pipe therein, and for passage by foot or by vehicle from Davenport Road to land of the town, including the right to clear the land and repair or replace any installation thereon; and
(3) A perpetual twenty foot wide easement over Parcel 5A in the location shown on said plan as "Easement Extension" for the same purposes as those set forth in an instrument conveying an easement to the Weston Forest and Trail Association, Inc., recorded in Book 14252, Page 233; provided, however, that the conservation commission of said town of Weston is hereby authorized to convey to said Weston Forest and Trail Association, Inc., all of its right, title and interest to said twenty foot wide easement.
SECTION 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage.