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The 192nd General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts


Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows:

Notwithstanding any general or special law to the contrary, an easement taken by the board of metropolitan sewerage commissioners dated November 3, 1900, for a sewer easement through land situated southerly of Peterson road in the city of Quincy and recorded with the registry of deeds in the county of Norfolk, Book 883, Page 121, the land being the seventeenth described strip of land in the taking instrument, and a confirmatory grant of the same easement over the same strip of land from Charles P. and Martha J. Peterson to said board dated December 2, 1901 and recorded with said deeds in Book 911, Page 57, are hereby amended to exclude a portion of a certain parcel of land situated on the southerly side of said Peterson road being street number 39.

The portion of said strip of land to be excluded from the aforementioned sewer easement and confirmatory grant is described as follows:

That certain parcel of land with a portion of a dwelling house, walk and fence thereon shown as ABANDONED EASEMENT AREA on a plan entitled "Plan of Land in Quincy, MA" by Bay Colony Group, Inc., dated Aug. 5, 1996 and recorded as Plan No. 532 of 1996 in Plan Book 441 of Norfolk Deeds, which parcel is bounded and described according to the plan as follows:

Beginning at the northwest corner of the parcel on the northerly sideline of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts sewer easement, thence running

EASTERLY along the sideline by a curve to the right of 530 feet of radius a distance of 39 feet; thence

SOUTH 13<=08'00" EAST by land of the City of Quincy and the sewer easement, 8.77 feet; thence

SOUTH 81<=00'22" WEST by land of Detore and the sewer easement, 39.14 feet; and thence

NORTH 11<=34'21" WEST by the City land and the sewer easement, 10.14 feet to the point of beginning.

Containing, according to the plan, 377 square feet, more or less.

Approved November 19, 1997.