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 the second sentence of section fourteen of chapter ninety-one of the General Laws, Joseph DeLorenzo is hereby authorized to make application for and the department of environmental quality engineering may issue all licenses and approvals necessary to construct a permanent bridge to replace a temporary bridge in the town of Danvers between a parcel of land containing eleven acres, shown as Lot 26 on Map 53 of the assessor's map of said town of Danvers and a parcel of land containing fourteen and sixty-two one hundredths acres shown as Lot 70 on said Map 53 at a point approximately one thousand feet northerly of the junction of the Porter river and Millett creek in said town of Danvers; provided, however, that no objection to such application is made by the selectmen of said town.
Any authorization to construct a permanent bridge under this act shall be subject to the provisions of section forty of chapter one hundred and thirty-one, sections sixty-one to sixty-two H, inclusive, of chapter thirty and chapter ninety-one of the General Laws, excepting the second sentence of section fourteen of said chapter ninety-one, and any other applicable General Law. Such authorization shall also be subject to the covenant of intention in a memorandum to the members of the board of selectmen of said town of Danvers from the applicant Joseph DeLorenzo or Danversport Marina, Inc., dated April seventeenth, nineteen hundred and eighty-four as approved by said board of selectmen on July seventh, nineteen hundred and eighty-four. Any temporary bridge authorized under the provisions of this act shall be removed within three months of the completion of a permanent bridge.