§EO29-10. (No. 73-83) [Transfer of Land in Town of Marshfield From Agency of

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Executive Orders






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PUBLIC PROPERTY AND SUPPLIES











 

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EO29-10. (No. 73-83) [Transfer of Land in Town of Marshfield From Agency of Environmental

Conservation, Fish and Game Department, to Agency of Transportation

WHEREAS, it

appears that for State Highway purposes in connection with Highway Project Marshfield

BRZ 1446 (10), it is necessary to acquire a certain piece of land located in

the Town of Marshfield, County of Washington, and State of Vermont and

presently under the jurisdiction and control of the Agency of Environmental

Conservation, Fish and Game Department;

WHEREAS, the

State Transportation Board is charged with and has the responsibility for

planning, constructing, and maintaining all such highways;

NOW THEREFORE,

I, Richard A. Snelling, by virtue of the powers vested in me as Governor of Vermont,

do hereby transfer and set over from the Agency of Environmental Conservation,

Fish and Game Department, to the jurisdiction and control of the Agency of

Transportation for highway purposes the following described land, to wit:

Being part of

the same land and premises conveyed to the Agency of Environmental

Conservation, Fish and Game Department by Norman C. Dix and Sally M. Dix by

Warranty Deed dated June 21, 1976 and recorded in Book 31, Page 307 of the Town

of Marshfield Land Records, and being more particularly described as follows:

Being Parcel #2

consisting of 0.24 acre, more or less, land and rights therein, as shown on

page 4 of the plans of Highway Project Marshfield BRZ 1446 (10) as filed on the

8th day of March, 1983, in the office of the Clerk of the Town of Marshfield.

In connection

with the above parcel the following easements and/or rights are conveyed:

A temporary

easement during the period of construction to enter upon land of the Grantor

herein, for construction purposes, including the right to cut and dispose of

all trees, down timber, stubs, brush, bushes, and debris, in an area which

contains 0.11 acre, more or less, and is located left of and between

approximate survey stations 20 + 82 of the established centerline and 23 + 23 of

the revised centerline of said Highway Project.

An easement in

an area of 0.01 acre, more or less, to change and maintain, if necessary, the

channel of a certain stream of water known locally as Winooski River now

running on lands of the Agency of Environmental Conservation, Fish and Game

Department, left of and between approximate survey stations 21 + 13 and 21 + 35

of the established centerline of said Highway Project.

An easement to

construct and maintain a drainage ditch located between approximate survey

stations 21 + 19 and 21 + 39 of the established centerline of said Highway

Project and thereby the right to discharge water through said drainage ditch

onto the lands of the Agency of Environmental Conservation, Fish and Game

Department.

A temporary easement

during the period of construction to enter upon land of the Grantor herein to

construct a drive between a point left of approximate survey station 21 + 32 of

the established centerline and a point left of approximate survey station 23 +

05 of the revised centerline of said Highway Project.

An easement to

extend highway slopes and embankments in a total area of 0.02 acre, more or

less, as shown on page 4 of the plans of said Highway Project.

The slopes and

embankments may be extended at such an angle as will hold the material of said

slopes in repose against ordinary erosion in accordance with the standard

practice of highway construction. The State of Vermont shall have the right to

remove all trees, logs, stumps, protruding roots, brush, duff and other

objectionable materials, structures, growth and any other thing of whatever

kind or nature from said slope areas.

Dated June 10,

1983.
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