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  • Acts
  • 2005
  • Chapter 19 AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE CONSERVATION COMMISSION OF THE TOWN OF READING TO GRANT CERTAIN EASEMENTS.

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 conservation commission of the town of Reading may grant to the board of selectmen on behalf of the town an easement in a certain parcel of conservation land as shown on the town of Reading assessor's Map 47, Parcel 4, for access and utility purposes, including the construction, maintenance and repair of sewer pipes, water and drainage pipes, a sewer pumping station and appurtenances thereto.

SECTION 2. The conservation commission of the town of Reading may grant to Timothy F. Leary and Barbara Leary, their heirs, successors and assigns, a permanent easement over a certain parcel of conservation land as shown on the town of Reading assessor's Map 47, Parcel 4, the easement being approximately 540 feet in length and approximately 60 feet wide, for access by foot and by vehicle, to one single-family dwelling located at 113 Longwood Road and identified on the Reading assessor's Map 58, Parcel 5 and for underground and above ground utility connections only, and for no other purpose. This easement is for residential purposes only. The conservation commission may convey this easement upon such other terms and conditions as it deems appropriate to protect its interest in the parcel of land.

SECTION 3. The conservation commission of the town of Reading may grant to Louis Peterson, his heirs, successors and assigns, a permanent easement over a certain parcel of conservation land, as shown on the town of Reading assessor's Map 47, Parcel 4, the easement being approximately 420 feet in length and approximately 40 feet wide, for access by foot and by vehicle, to one single-family dwelling located at 111 Longwood Road, identified on the town of Reading assessor's Map 58, Parcel 10 and for underground and above ground utility and drainage connections only, and for no other purpose. This easement is for residential purposes only. The conservation commission may convey this easement upon such other terms and conditions as it deems appropriate to protect its interests in the parcel of land.

SECTION 4. The conservation commission of the town of Reading may grant to Johnson Woods Realty Corp., its heirs, successors and assigns, a permanent easement over a certain parcel of conservation land, as shown on the town of Reading assessor's Map 47, Parcel 4, the easement being approximately 300 feet in length and approximately 30 feet wide, for access by foot and by vehicle, to one single-family dwelling to be located at the southern end of a parcel of land identified on the Reading assessor's Map 58, Parcel 7 and for underground and above ground utility and drainage connections only, and for no other purpose. This easement is for residential purposes only. The conservation commission may convey this easement upon such other terms and conditions as it deems appropriate to protect its interests in the parcel of land.

SECTION 4. This act shall take effect upon its passage.

Approved May 2, 2005.