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  • Acts
  • 2002
  • Chapter 174 AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE CITY KNOWN AS THE TOWN OF AGAWAM TO USE CERTAIN PARK LAND FOR SCHOOL PURPOSES.

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


SECTION 1. The city known as the town of Agawam may use a certain parcel of land conveyed to the city for park, recreation, or conservation purposes for the construction, maintenance and use of schools and educational facilities, facilities for athletic, sports and community programs and activities, and for general recreational uses. The parcel of land is located in said city and is bounded and described as follows:-

Beginning at a point; located S. 77° 46' 00" E. and a distance of 383.33 feet from a stone bound in the easterly side of Perry Lane, also known as Perry Street, formerly called Mill Street, at the Northwesterly corner of land now or formerly of the Agawam Company.

thence N. 11° 05' 48" W. a distance of four hundred twenty and 62/100 (420.62) feet to a point,

thence N. 79° 27' 22" E. a distance of two hundred eighty and 51/100 (280.51) feet to a point,

thence S. 09° 50' 57" E. a distance of one hundred seventy and 00/100 (170.00) feet to a point,

thence S. 34° 14' 31" W. a distance of eighty-one and 94/100 (81.94) feet to a point,

thence S. 25° 18' 43" E. a distance of one hundred seventeen and 56/100 (117.56) feet to a point,

thence S. 15° 37' 31" E. a distance of one hundred ninety and 15/100 (190.15) feet to a point,

thence N. 77° 46' 00" W. a distance of two hundred eighty-five and 76/100 (285.76) feet to the point of beginning, containing about two and 8/10ths (2.80) acres, more or less.

SECTION 2. The change in use of the land authorized by section 1 is contingent upon suitable replacement park lands being provided, as approved by the secretary of environmental affairs and the National Park Service, where applicable.

SECTION 3. This act shall take effect as of January 1, 1994.

Approved July 26, 2002.