§EO29-25. (No. 12-93) [Transfer of Certain Lands and Rights in Charleston from Agency

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EO29-25. (No. 12-93) [Transfer of Certain Lands and Rights in Charleston from

Agency of Natural Resources, Department of Fish

and Wildlife, to Agency of Transportation

WHEREAS, It

appears that certain lands and rights hereinafter described and located in the

Town of Charleston, County of Orleans, and State of Vermont are presently under

the jurisdiction and control of the State of Vermont, Agency of Natural

Resources, Department of Fish and Wildlife, and

WHEREAS, the

Agency of Transportation desires the use of said lands and rights for its

purposes;

NOW THEREFORE, I

Howard Dean, by virtue of the power vested in me as Governor of Vermont do

hereby transfer and set over from the Agency of Natural Resources, Department

of Fish and Wildlife, to the Agency of Transportation, jurisdiction and control

over certain lands and rights being more particularly described as follows:

Being part of

the same land and premises conveyed to the State of Vermont, Fish and Game

Department by Warranty Deed from Hiram H. Hutchinson and Hazel M. Hutchinson

dated April 16, 1965, and recorded in Book 27, Pages 65 and 66 of the Town of

Charleston Land Records, and further described as Parcels #4A and 4B consisting

of certain pieces of land and rights therein as shown on Page 9 of the plans of

Highway Project Charleston BRF 034-3 (15) that have been revised and filed in

the office of the Clerk of the Town of Charleston on the 14th day of December,

1992. Said lands and rights are described as follows:

Parcel #4A:

Beginning at a

point in the existing easterly right-of-way boundary of Vermont Route #105, 28

feet distant easterly radially from approximate station 433+45 of the

established centerline (established centerline hereinafter referred to as CL)

of Highway Project Charleston BRF 034-3 (15);

thence 90 feet,

more or less, southeasterly to a point in the Clyde River, said point being 30

feet distant easterly radially from approximate station 434+33 of said CL;

thence 23 feet,

more or less, northwesterly in said Clyde River to a point in the aforesaid

existing easterly right-of-way boundary of Vermont Route #105, 11 feet distant

easterly radially from approximate station 434+22 of said CL;

thence 80 feet,

more or less, northerly along the aforesaid existing easterly right-of-way boundary

of Vermont Route #105 to the point of beginning.

The above

described parcel of land designated Parcel #4A, consists of 0.02 acre, more or

less.

Parcel #4B:

Beginning at a

point in existing Vermont Route #105, 4 feet distant northeasterly radially from

approximate station 432+58 of the aforesaid CL;

thence 26 feet,

more or less, southeasterly to a point in the existing easterly right-of-way

boundary of Vermont Route #105, 26 feet distant easterly radially from

approximate station 432+70 of said CL;

thence 75 feet,

more or less, southeasterly along the aforesaid easterly right-of-way boundary

of Vermont Route #105, to a point 28 feet distant easterly radially from

approximate station 433+45 of said CL;

thence 80 feet,

more or less, southerly along said existing easterly right-of-way boundary of

Vermont Route #105, to a point in the Clyde River 11 feet distant easterly

radially from approximate station 434+22 of said CL;

thence 18 feet,

more or less, northwesterly in the Clyde River to a point in existing Vermont

Route #105, 5 feet distant westerly radially from approximate station 434+17 of

said CL;

thence 160 feet,

more or less, northerly and northwesterly along existing Vermont Route #105 to

the point of beginning.

The above

described parcel of land designated as Parcel #4B consists of 0.08 acre, more

or less, and is located within the existing right-of-way of Vermont Route #105.

Also included in

this transfer are the following described easements and/or rights:

A temporary

easement during the period of construction, to extend highway slopes and

embankments in an area of 0.03 acre, more or less, as shown on Page 9 of the

aforementioned revised filed plans.

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, Agency of

Transportation, 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.

An easement, in

an area of 0.01 acre, more or less, to change and maintain the channel of a

certain stream of water, known locally as the Clyde River, now running on lands

of the Agency of Natural Resources, Department of Fish and wildlife, left of

and between approximate stations 433+56 and 433+90 of the established

centerline of Highway Project Charleston BRF 034-3 (15).

A temporary

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

Natural Resources, Department of Fish and Wildlife, to construct and utilize a

temporary detour, in an area which contains 0.11 acre, more or less, and is

located left of and between approximate stations 432+90 and 434+55 of the said

established centerline.

Dated August 15,

1993.
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