§EO29-6. (No. 64-82) [Transfer of Land in Barton From Agency of Environmental

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EO29-6. (No. 64-82) [Transfer of Land in Barton From Agency of Environmental Conservation

to Agency of Transportation

WHEREAS, it

appears that certain land and premises located in the Town of Barton, County of

Orleans and State of Vermont owned by the State of Vermont hereinafter

described and presently under the jurisdiction and control of the Department of

Forests, Parks and Recreation and Agency of Environmental Conservation has

become and is now no longer necessary for the Agency purposes; and

WHEREAS, the

Agency of Transportation has expressed a need for the land for State Highway

purposes;

NOW THEREFORE,

pursuant to the authority vested in me as Governor of Vermont, I, Richard A.

Snelling, do by this, my order, hereby transfer and set over from the Agency of

Environmental Conservation to the jurisdiction and control of the Agency of

Transportation for its purposes the following land and premises, to wit:

Being parts of

the same land and premises conveyed to State of Vermont by Raymond A. McCoy by

Warranty Deed dated November 25, 1953, recorded in Book 48, Page 361 of the

Barton Land Records and more particularly described as follows:

Those parcels

identified in Executive Order #8-69 dated June 20th, 1969 as S.P. #27A :

Beginning at a point in the northeasterly boundary of the present highway, U.S.

Route #5, 165 feet distant northeasterly at right angle from approximate survey

station 36 + 50 of the established centerline of Highway Project Barton FI 33

(2);

thence 360 feet,

more or less, northwesterly in said northeasterly highway boundary to a point

215 feet distant northeasterly at right angle from approximate survey station

40 + 20 of said established centerline;

thence, 350

feet, more or less, westerly to a point in the believed property line between

land of State of Vermont and land now or formerly owned by one Lord, 120 feet

distant northeasterly radially from approximate survey station 43 + 68 of said

established centerline;

thence 60 feet,

more or less, northeasterly in said believed property line to a point 180 feet

distant northeasterly radially from approximate survey station 43 + 68 of said

established centerline;

thence 157 feet,

more or less, northwesterly in said believed property line to a point 180 feet

distant northeasterly radially from approximate survey station 45 + 25 of said

established centerline;

thence 130 feet,

more or less, southwesterly in said believed property line to a point in the

northeasterly boundary of the present highway, U.S. Route #5, aforesaid, 49.5

feet distant northeasterly radially from approximate survey station 45 + 25 of

said established centerline;

thence 410 feet,

more or less, northwesterly in said highway boundary to a point in the believed

property line between land of State of Vermont and land now or formerly of Jane

Duke Estate, 49.5 feet distant northeasterly at right angle from approximate

survey station 49 + 35 of said established centerline;

thence 150 feet,

more or less, northeasterly in said believed property line to a point 200 feet

distant northeasterly at right angle from approximate station 49 + 35 of said

established centerline;

thence 50 feet,

more or less, southeasterly in said believed property line to a point 200 feet

distant northeasterly at right angle from approximate survey station 48 + 80 of

said established centerline;

thence 130 feet,

more or less, northeasterly in said believed property line to a point 330 feet

distant northeasterly at right angle from approximate survey station 48 + 80 of

said established centerline;

thence 340 feet,

more or less, northeasterly to a point 670 feet distant northeasterly at right

angle from approximate survey station 48 + 80 of said established centerline;

thence 1200

feet, more or less, southeasterly to a point 605 feet distant northeasterly at right

angle from approximate survey station 36 + 20 of said established centerline;

thence 440 feet,

more or less, southwesterly to the point of beginning. Said parcel to contain

11.8 acres, more or less.

AND S.P. #27B:

Beginning at a

point 200 feet distant northeasterly at right angle from approximate survey

station 58 + 40 of the established centerline of Highway Project Barton FI 33

(2):

thence 550 feet,

more or less, northwesterly to a point in the easterly boundary of the present

highway, U.S. Route #5, 64 feet distant northeasterly radially from approximate

survey station 63 + 82 of said established centerline;

thence 400 feet,

more or less, northwesterly in said highway boundary to a point 140 feet

distant northeasterly at right angle from approximate survey station 68 + 85 of

the said established centerline;

thence 425 feet,

more or less, northwesterly in said highway boundary to a point 66 feet distant

northeasterly at right angle from approximate survey station 73 + 00 of said

established centerline;

thence 400 feet,

more or less, northerly in said highway boundary to a point 66 feet distant

northeasterly at right angle from approximate survey station 77 + 00 of said

established centerline;

thence 480 feet,

more or less, northeasterly to a point 510 feet distant northeasterly at right

angle from approximate survey station 78 + 70 of said established centerline;

thence 1550

feet, more or less, southeasterly to a point 1200 feet distant northeasterly at

right angle from approximate survey station 59 + 50 of said established

centerline;

thence 1000

feet, more or less, southwesterly to the point of beginning. Said parcel to

contain 43.0 acres, more or less.

Dated March 23,

1982.
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