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 acting for and on behalf of the commonwealth, is hereby authorized, subject to the provisions of sections forty E to forty J of chapter seven of the General Laws, to acquire by eminent domain, by purchase or otherwise, a permanent easement for highway purposes over a certain parcel of public land located in the town of Bellingham which is being used by said town for town hall purposes and to transfer the care, custody and control of said easement to the department of public works for highway purposes.
Said easement is more particularly bound and described as follows:-
PARCEL 4-E-1. A parcel of land supposed to be owned by the town of Bellingham and bounded by the line described as follows: Beginning at a stone bound on the easterly location line of North Main Street (route 126) and extending thence following said location line N 23<= 31' 38" W 10.59 feet; thence leaving said location line N 83<= 09' 22" E 10.65 feet; thence S 21<= 59' 17" E 47.21 feet; thence S 68<= 00' 43" W 10. feet; thence S 21<= 59 17" E 47.21 feet; thence S 68<= 00' 43" W 10. feet to a point on the easterly location line of Mechanic Street (route 140); thence in part following said location, and in part following the aforesaid location line of North Main Street N 21<= 59' 17" W 37.50 and 1.91 feet respectively.
Containing about 488 square feet.
The parcel of land over which this easement is to be acquired is shown on a plan entitled "Plan of Road in the Town of Bellingham, Norfolk County, altered and laid out as a State Highway by the Department of Public Works" which plan is to be kept on file with the chief engineer of the department of public works.