Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives
in General Court assembled, and by the authority of the same,
SECTION 1. The division of capital planning and operations, acting for and on behalf of the commonwealth, is hereby authorized to convey subject to the provisions of chapter seven of the General Laws by deed, approved as to form by the attorney general, to the C. D. Realty Trust XXVIII of Norwell, for industrial development purposes certain land containing one and five hundred and seven thousandths acres as shown on a plan entitled, "Plan of Land in Taunton, MA Owned by the Commonwealth of Mass., scale 1"=100', April 13, 1978 Hayward-Boynton & Williams, Inc., Surveyors, Civil Engineers, 7 Broadway, Taunton, MA". Said land being part of a parcel formerly transferred to the city of Taunton under the provisions of chapter four hundred and six of the acts of nineteen hundred and seventy-four and later returned to the commonwealth. Said land is bounded and described as follows:-
Beginning at a railroad spike set in the southerly sideline of Cranberry Road (John Hancock Road), being the northwesterly property corner of the herein described parcel; THENCE South 76<=45'15" East 332.30 feet to a concrete bound, and a point of curvature; THENCE by a curve to the right, the radius of which is 245.77 feet a distance of 207.83 feet, to a concrete bound and a corner. The last two courses by the southerly sideline of Cranberry Road (John Hancock Road); THENCE South 87<=52'49"West 451.64 feet to a concrete bound and a corner; THENCE North 08<=29'49"West 217.94 feet to the railroad spike, and the point of beginning. The last two courses by land of the Taunton Development Corporation.
The division of capital planning and operations, the department of mental health, and any other state agency or department shall have the right at all times to pass and repass on said property to maintain and repair surface drainage, water, sewer, and electrical services and distribution systems.
SECTION 2. The conveyance authorized in section one of this act shall also provide adequate safeguards to be taken for the protection and safety of the residents and employees of the Paul A. Dever state school.
SECTION 3. In the event that the land conveyed by section one is not used for the aforementioned purpose, or that the conditions and restrictions herein are not complied with within a period of five years from the effective date of this act, it shall revert to the commonwealth for no further consideration.