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 any general or special law to the contrary, the city of Fitchburg is hereby authorized to supply and sell water to the owners of the property, located at 29 Summer street, in the town of Lunenburg, as shown on a deed recorded in the northern district registry of deeds in the county of Worcester, Book 1276, Page 222, which premises are being used by Capitol Enterprises, Inc., to use said water only for the fire sprinkler system on said premises. All costs and expenses incurred for labor and materials relative to the installation of a water main or other water lines shall be paid by Capitol Enterprises, Inc.
SECTION 2. The city of Fitchburg may allow Capitol Enterprises, Inc., to contract for the labor and materials necessary to install the water main and water lines, the cost of which shall be paid for by said Capitol Enterprises, Inc., and all work and labor shall be performed in accordance with the specifications approved by the city of Fitchburg under the supervision of the water department of said city. All cost for maintenance and repair of the water main and lines after installation shall be paid by Capitol Enterprises, Inc. or any successor user of said property. In addition, Capitol Enterprises, Inc. shall pay to the city of Fitchburg a yearly stipend of two thousand five hundred dollars, to be renegotiated seven years from the date of signing of contract between said city of Fitchburg and Capitol Enterprises, Inc. by the city council of said city.
SECTION 3. In addition to the yearly stipend referred to in section two, Capitol Enterprises, Inc. or its successor shall pay for the cost of any water in the sprinkler system used if activated. Said charges for water use shall be based upon a yearly rate set by the city council for the city of Fitchburg.
SECTION 4. This act shall take effect upon its passage.