Whereas, The deferred operation of this act would tend to defeat its purpose, which is to immediately authorize the deputy commissioner of capital planning and operations to grant an easement to the department of public works over a certain parcel of land in the city of Cambridge, therefore it is hereby declared to be an emergency law, necessary for the immediate preservation of the public convenience.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives
in General Court assembled, and by the authority of the same,
The deputy commissioner of the division of capital planning and operations is hereby authorized subject to the provisions of sections forty E through forty J, inclusive, of chapter seven of the General Laws, to grant a permanent easement over a certain parcel of land in the city of Cambridge to the department of public works, for highway purposes subject to such additional terms and conditions as said deputy commissioner may prescribe in consultation with the metropolitan district commission. Said easement being bounded and described as follows:
PARCEL 2-E-11. A certain triangular parcel of land in the city of Cambridge, owned by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and under the care, custody and control of the Metropolitan District Commission, which parcel of land is bounded northeasterly by land now or formerly of the Boston and Maine corporation about 96 feet; southeasterly by land now or formerly of Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority about 2 feet; northwesterly by the location line by land now or formerly of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts under the care, custody and control of the Metropolitan District Commission about 91 feet. Containing about 1,389 square feet.
The above described parcel of land is shown on a plan entitled: "Plan of Land in Cambridge, Mass., Proposed Diversion For Highway Purposes from Commonwealth of Massachusetts Metropolitan District Commission to Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Public Works, dated May 12, 1987 prepared by Bryant Associates, Inc., Boston, Massachusetts," which plan shall be kept on file with the chief engineer of the department of public works.