SECTION 1: Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 16 of Chapter 30B of the General Laws, or any other general or special law to the contrary, the Town of Milton is hereby authorized to acquire from CSX Transportation, Inc., or the then current owner, a certain parcel of land containing approximately one thousand two hundred twenty (1,220) square feet with a building, which property is located at Central Avenue and Eliot Streets, Milton, Massachusetts, between property owned by the Town of Milton and property owned by Carrick Realty Trust.
SECTION 2: The Milton Board of Selectmen shall be authorized to acquire said property for a fair value as determined by said Board of Selectmen.
SECTION 3: Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 16 of Chapter 30B of the General Laws, or any other general law or special law to the contrary, the Town of Milton is hereby authorized to convey to Carrick Realty Trust, or its successor in interest, owner of the property identified as 131 Eliot Street, Milton, Massachusetts, and shown on Town of Milton Assessors Maps as Section E, Block 24, Lots 45 and 46, on such terms as the Board of Selectmen deem appropriate:
a.) the parcel described in Section 1 above; and
b.) a property owned by the Town of Milton, identified as 0 Central Avenue, containing approximately 7,045 square feet, and shown on the Town of Milton Assessors Maps as Section E, Block 24, Lot 47.
SECTION 4: The Milton Board of Selectmen shall be authorized to convey said property described in Section 3, above, for a fair value as determined by said Board of Selectmen. If the Milton Board of Selectmen decides to dispose of the property described in Section 3, above, at a price less than the value as determined through procedures customarily accepted by the appraising professions as valid, the governmental body shall publish notice of its decision in the central register, explaining the reasons for its decision and disclosing the difference between such value and the price to be received. The Milton Board of Selectmen may accept an appraisal of the property conducted, accepted and agreed to before the effective date of this act.
SECTION 5: The authorizations contained in Sections 3 and 4 shall be contingent upon the property being used for mixed commercial and residential development pursuant to a special permit issued by the Milton Planning Board pursuant to subsection J of Section III of the Milton Zoning By-Laws.
SECTION 6: This Act shall take effect upon its passage.
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