SECTION 1. The commissioner of capital asset management and maintenance shall grant permanent easements to the city of Quincy over portions of a certain parcel of land held for purposes of conservation and recreation, such land being adjacent to the Furnace Brook and along the Furnace Brook Parkway approximately from Dayton Street in the north to Cross Street in the south, and as depicted on site plans entitled “Exhibit B – Furnace Brook Enhancements Permanent Easement Plans”, dated May 30, 2018, prepared by Woodard & Curran.
The permanent easements shall be used for the operation and maintenance of the improvements associated with the flood control plan and grading established for flood compensation, subject to the requirements of this act and to such additional terms and conditions consistent with this act as the commissioner of capital asset management and maintenance may prescribe. The consideration for such easements shall be in a nominal amount.
Prior to executing the easement documents, the division of capital asset management and maintenance may make minor modifications to the plan and easement areas to carry out this act.
SECTION 2. As a condition of the easements authorized in section 1, the city of Quincy shall, through agreement with the commissioner of capital asset management and maintenance and the commissioner of recreation and conservation, ensure compliance with Article XCVII of the Articles of Amendment to the Constitution of the Commonwealth and any policies of the respective departments established pursuant to said Article XCVII.
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