§Eo29-24. (No. 07-93) [Transfer Of Property In Grand Isle From Agency Of

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Title

03APPENDIX

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Executive Orders






Chapter

029

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PUBLIC PROPERTY AND SUPPLIES











 

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EO29-24. (No. 07-93) [Transfer of Property in Grand Isle From Agency of Administration,

Department of State Buildings to Agency of Natural Resources, Department of

Fish and Wildlife

WHEREAS, it

appears that certain land and premises located in the Town of Grand Isle,

County of Grand Isle and State of Vermont, hereinafter described and presently

under the jurisdiction and control of the Agency of Administration, Department

of State Buildings, is no longer necessary for purposes of the Agency of

Administration; and

WHEREAS, the

Vermont Agency of Natural Resources, Department of Fish and Wildlife, desires

the use of said land and premises for its purposes.

NOW THEREFORE,

BE IT RESOLVED THAT I, Howard Dean, by virtue of the power vested in me as

Governor, do hereby transfer and set over from the Agency of Administration,

Department of State Buildings, to the jurisdiction and control of the Agency of

Natural Resources, Department of Fish and Wildlife, for its purposes the

following described land and premises, to wit:

Being all of the

same land and premises with buildings thereon acquired by the State of Vermont

from J. M. Harford a/k/a Jan Michael Harford and Ellen Harford formerly Ellen

R. Rattee, husband and wife, by Warranty Deed dated June 15, 1989, and recorded

in Book 45, Pages 2-4 of the Town of Grand Isle Land Records. Additionally,

being all of the same land and premises with buildings thereon acquired by the

State of Vermont from the J. & R. Williams Co., Inc., by Warranty Deed

dated June 8, 1989, and recorded in Book 44, Pages 507-508 of the Town of Grand

Isle Land Records.

The parcels

herein described, presently known as the Ed Weed Fish Culture Station, contain

approximately 160 acres and are subject to the following conditions and

encumbrances:

1. Memorandum of

Understanding between the Grand Isle Board of Selectmen and the Department of

State Buildings dated November 13, 1989.

2. Agriculture

lease with Francis Dubuque dated January 23, 1992.

3. 30-year lease

to Lake Champlain Transportation for 1.15 acres and a 20-foot wide easement

along Bell Hill Road to leased parcel dated March 15, 1991.

4. 30-year lease

to State of Vermont by Lake Champlain Transportation Company for a 0.09-acre

parcel of shoreline property dated March 15, 1991.

5. All Land Use

Permits issued by the State of Vermont for the Fish Hatchery construction

project.

6. All

conditions of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Permit #198901967 dated

September 11, 1990, issued for the construction of the hatchery.

This Executive

Order shall take effect upon signing.

Dated May 15,

1993.
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