AN ACT RELATIVE TO A TRANSFER OF LAND IN THE TOWN OF PLYMOUTH.
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. Notwithstanding any general or special law to the contrary, the town of Plymouth, acting by and through its conservation commission, may convey a certain parcel of land, which is a portion of 78.56 acres of land acquired by the town for open space and conservation purposes to Diane Millman Trask, trustee of the Diane Millman Trask Revocable Trust. The parcel is shown as “Parcel A” on a plan entitled “Plan of Land in Plymouth, Massachusetts Showing Parcel A to be Conveyed to Diane Millman Trask Revocable Trust by Town of Plymouth Conservation Commission” dated August 5, 2008 prepared by Flaherty & Stefani, Inc. containing 8777 sq. ft. more or less. The town of Plymouth, acting through its conservation commission, may transfer Parcel A, upon such terms and conditions as it deems appropriate, including for nominal consideration, to cure inadvertent encroachments on the trust property that were created when said town acquired this parcel as part of its purchase of the 78.56 acres for open space and conservation purposes. The Commonwealth, acting by and through the department of conservation and recreation, and the Wildlands Trust of Southeastern Massachusetts, Inc. may release a portion of the conservation restriction granted to them by the town of Plymouth by an instrument dated June 23, 2006, and recorded in the Plymouth county registry of deeds in book 33062, pages 261 – 283 on the parcel of land to be conveyed pursuant to this act.
SECTION 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage.