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Chapter 240 AN ACT DESIGNATING STATE HIGHWAY ROUTE 116 IN CERTAIN TOWNS AS A SCENIC BYWAY CORRIDOR.

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

State highway route 116 located in the towns of Deerfield, Conway, Ashfield, Plainfield, Savoy and Adams is hereby designated a scenic byway corridor in order to recognize, interpret, preserve and promote its unique scenic, cultural, archeological, natural and recreational resources in the counties of Franklin, Hampshire and Berkshire through the development of a corridor management plan and an accompanying public participation process.

Approved August 4, 2008


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