AN ACT DESIGNATING A PORTION OF THE BLACKSTONE RIVER AND CANAL HERITAGE PARK AS THE HONORABLE WILLIAM A. L. BAZELEY MEMORIAL RECREATION AREA.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives
in General Court assembled, and by the authority of the same,
A certain parcel of land within the Blackstone river and canal heritage
park, under the jurisdiction of the department of environmental management,
exact location of which shall be determined jointly by the department and the
the Blackstone river and canal commission, shall be designated and known as
Honorable William A. L. Bazeley Memorial Recreation Area, in recognition of
significant contributions to environmental conservation of
William A. L. Bazeley of the town of Uxbridge,
a representative in the general court in 1908
1912, senator in the general court from 1913 to
1916, inclusive, and who served as
the first Massachusetts commissioner of conservation in the commonwealth from
1911 to 1933, inclusive.
Suitable markers bearing the designation shall be erected by the department
in compliance with the standards of the department.