AN ACT DIRECTING THE DIVISION OF CAPITAL PLANNING AND OPERATIONS TO SELL AND CONVEY A CERTAIN PARCEL OF LAND IN THE TOWN OF WEST BOYLSTON TO THE WEST BOYLSTON HOUSING AUTHORITY.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives
in General Court assembled, and by the authority of the same,
SECTION 1. The deputy commissioner of the division of capital
planning and operations is hereby authorized, subject to the
provisions of sections forty E to forty J of chapter seven of the General Laws,
to convey by deed approved as to form by the attorney general, a
certain parcel of land located
in the town of West Boylston, to the West Boylston Housing Authority,
subject to the requirements of this act
and to such additional terms and conditions as the deputy commissioner may prescribe in
consultation with the metropolitan district commission.
Said parcel is shown as Parcel "A" on a plan entitled "Land in West
Boylston prepared for West Boylston Housing Authority" dated August 26,
1988 and revised October 24, 1988 and prepared for filing with the
Worcester district registry of deeds in the county of Worcester by Bouley
Brothers, Inc., registered
land surveyors, Worcester, Massachusetts.
SECTION 2. No deed conveying, by or on behalf of the commonwealth,
the property described in section one of this act shall be valid unless
said deed provides that said property shall be used for the development of
state-aided handicapped housing. Said deed shall prescribe that the
following requirements shall be met and adhered to:
(1) The total number of full-time residents at the Foster street
property shall at no time exceed eight handicapped clients and two
full-time resident staff persons.
(2) A new sanitary subsurface disposal system must be installed at the
Foster street property to the rear and northwest of the home and at least
four hundred feet, as measured horizontally, from the Oakdale public water
supply well. This new system must be designed in accordance with section
15.00 of chapter 310 of the Code of Massachusetts Regulations, the State
Sanitary Code and current local regulations, and approved
by the local board of health. Installation of said system shall be
completed before said home may be occupied.
The existing subsurface disposal system shall be abandoned by the following procedures:
(a) The West Boylston Housing Authority shall contract with a licensed
septage hauler to pump out the existing septic tank and cesspool, and
(b) The West Boylston Housing Authority shall sever and cap permanently
or remove the sewer line from said home to the existing septic tank and cesspool.
(3) No new structures shall be constructed on Foster street property
within four hundred feet radius, as measured horizontally, from the Oakdale
public water supply well.
(4) All surface drains shall be constructed as to divert any runoff away from the well.
(5) The deed shall contain a further restriction which shall prohibit
any further expansion on or adjacent to this property other than that
authorized by this act.
(6) Any and all required federal, state, and local permits and approvals
must be obtained and written copies shall be sent to central region office
within the department of environmental quality engineering to be kept on file.
SECTION 2A. The West Boylston Housing Authority shall assume the
costs of appraisals, surveys and/or other expenses as deemed necessary by the
deputy commissioner of the division of capital planning and operations for
the conveyance of this property.
SECTION 3. In the event that the above mentioned property is not
used for the purposes described in section two, or that the requirements
prescribed in said section are not met and complied with within five years
of the effective date of this act, or if the West Boylston Housing
Authority ceases to use said property for said purposes at any time, said
property shall revert at no cost to the commonwealth under such additional
terms and conditions as the deputy commissioner of the division of capital
planning and operations may prescribe.