AN ACT RELATIVE TO THE TRANSFER OF CERTAIN CONSERVATION LAND IN THE TOWN OF HARVARD.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives
in General Court assembled, and by the authority of the same,
SECTION 1. The
conservation commission of the town of Harvard is hereby authorized to transfer
to the board of selectmen of said town the care, custody, control and
management of its rights to harvest timber, build and maintain structures
and use motor vehicles on a certain portion of the town forest
shown as Parcel 13 on Harvard Assessor's Map 13
and lying within a one hundred foot radius of The Village Nursery School's
well, the location of which is shown on a plan entitled "Site Plan of Land in
Harvard, Mass. prepared for Village Nursery School" Scale 1" = 20' dated
February 1995, revised February 28, 1995, which plan is on file in the office
of the town clerk of said town of Harvard.
SECTION 2. Notwithstanding the provisions of chapter thirty B of the
General Laws or any other general or special law to the contrary, the board of
selectmen of the town of Harvard is hereby authorized to grant, sell or convey
the rights described in section one, in the form of a well protection
restriction, to The Village Nursery School, Inc., in consideration of a trail
easement of approximately twenty feet in width in a location to be determined
along the northerly portion of the lot to be acquired by said Village Nursery
School, Inc., adjacent to the town forest and shown as Lot 62 on Harvard
Assessor's Map 13, and linking the portion of the town forest described in
one to the 2.2 acre portion of the town forest on Poor Farm road lying to the
west of said Village Nursery School site shown on the site plan referred to in
SECTION 3. The conservation commission is hereby authorized to change
the use of all or part of the land within that portion of the town forest
described in section one.
SECTION 4. This act shall take effect upon its passage.