Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives
in General Court assembled, and by the authority of the same,
SECTION 1. The town of Norton is hereby authorized to use a portion of a certain parcel of land known as "The Rose Farm" acquired by the town for passive recreational uses for active recreational uses, playing fields and general recreational uses.
Said parcel of land is situated off the easterly side of North Worcester street in the town of Norton, and is bounded and described as follows:
Beginning at a point at the south westerly corner of the described parcel, said corner being also the north westerly corner of land owned by the Town of Norton (School Department), and on the easterly boundary line of land now or formerly of Dammers, and being approximately 182.4' from the easterly sideline of North Worcester Street; thence
N 78-38 E a distance of 725'+ by the northerly boundary of land of the Town of Norton (School Department) and the Solomonese Elementary School to a corner; thence
N 23-50 W a distance of 390.85'+ by land now or formerly of Holmes to a concrete bound; thence
S 73-35 W a distance of 395'+ by the remaining land of the Rose Farm Conservation Area to the easterly corner of land now or formerly of Dion; thence
S 71-09 W a distance of 334.5'+ by land of Dion to a corner; thence
S 27-01 E a distance of 295.0'+ by land now or formerly of Desjardins; thence
S 27-01 E a distance of 20'+ by land now or formerly of Dammers to the point of beginning.
All bearings and distances are approximate, and are taken from information provided on the plan referenced below.
The above described parcel contains an area of 5.84+ acres, and is intended to contain the southerly end of a 22.80+ acre parcel labeled "Proposed Conservation Area" as shown on a plan entitled "Town of Norton, Future School Sites Committee in Cooperation with Conservation Commission" prepared by Robert C. Libbey and Associates, Jan. 1966, and filed in the Northern Bristol county registry of deeds Plan Book 106, Page 65.
SECTION 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage.