Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives
in General Court assembled, and by the authority of the same,
The division of capital planning and operations is hereby authorized in the name of and on behalf of the commonwealth, to convey to the city of Melrose, without monetary consideration, by deed approved as to form by the attorney general, a certain parcel of land, with structures thereon, known as the Lawrence W. Lloyd Memorial Pool, now under the control of the metropolitan district commission for use as a swimming pool. Said parcel is further bounded and described as follows:
WESTERLY by Tremont Street two hundred eighty and 00/100 (280.00) feet more or less;
NORTHERLY by an open ditch in land now or formerly of the City of Melrose one hundred ten (110) feet more or less;
NORTHEASTERLY AND NORTHERLY by the southerly and southwesterly shore of Ell Pond two hundred thirty-five (235) feet more or less;
EASTERLY by land now or formerly of Fitch Home, Inc. one hundred thirty-seven (137) feet more or less;
SOUTHERLY by land now or formerly of Fitch Home, Inc. sixty and 00/100 (60.00) feet;
EASTERLY by said land of Fitch Home, Inc. twenty-five and 00/100 (25.00) feet;
SOUTHERLY by land now or formerly of James R. and Patricia Harrison and land now or formerly of Michael A. and Mary A. Saija one hundred forty-six and 68/100 (146.68) feet to the point of beginning.
Containing fifty-four thousand four hundred (54,400) square feet more or less of land and shown as the lot "To Be Conveyed by City of Melrose to Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Area = 54,400 Sq. Ft." on a plan entitled "Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Metropolitan District Commission, Park Engineering Division, Lynn Fells Parkway *** Dated: October 6, 1971, Benjamin W. Fink, Director of Park Engineering", being plan accession number 47210 V.T., to be recorded herewith.
The above described parcel being the same parcel conveyed, for no monetary consideration, by the city of Melrose, to the commonwealth, through its metropolitan district commission recorded in the southern district registry of deeds, in the county of Middlesex on March 7, 1972, in Book 12167, page 338.
Said conveyance shall be on such terms and conditions as mutually agreed upon between the city of Melrose and the division of capital planning and operations in consultation with the metropolitan district commission.