Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives
in General Court assembled, and by the authority of the same,
SECTION 1. The commissioner of the division of capital planning and operations is hereby authorized subject to the provisions of sections forty E to forty J, inclusive, of chapter seven of the General Laws, to grant an easement for the construction, maintenance, replacement, addition to and removal of water and sewer lines over a certain parcel of land located in the town of Westminster, to the town of Westminster, subject to the requirements of section two and three, and to such additional terms and conditions as the commissioner may prescribe in consultation with the department of environmental management. Said easement is bounded and described as follows:
BEGINNING at the northwesterly corner of land now or formerly owned by Oink Oink Realty Trust in the town of Westminster and recorded in the Worcester north registry of deeds at Book 1503, Page 532; THENCE S 86 53' 03" W along the property line separating the Town of Westminster from the City of Fitchburg for a distance of 1,297.34 feet / or azimuth to land now or formerly owned by Joseph H. Catalucci and Herman J. Catalucci, as tenants in common; THENCE southerly along said land of Joseph H. Catalucci and Herman J. Catalucci and continuing along said course for a distance of twenty (20) feet; THENCE S 86 53' 03" along a course for a distance of 1,293.93 feet / or azimuth / parallel to the property line separating the Town of Westminster from the City of Fitchburg and continuing along said course until such line meets the land now or formerly owned by Oink Oink Realty Trust; THENCE N 02 23' 53" W along said land of Oink Oink Realty Trust and continuing along said course for a distance of twenty (20) feet to the point of beginning.
SECTION 2. The town of Westminster shall assume the costs of appraisals, surveys and other expenses as deemed necessary by the said commissioner for the granting of the easement.
SECTION 3. In the event that the easement described in section one is not used for the purpose stated in said section one within five years of the effective date of this act or if the town of Westminster ceases to use the easement for such purposes at any time thereafter for a period exceeding one year, upon notice delivered to the town of Westminster by said commissioner, said easement shall revert to the commonwealth upon such terms and conditions as said commissioner may prescribe in the notice.