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House Bill No. 6909

Public Act No. 05-279

AN ACT CONCERNING THE CONVEYANCE OF CERTAIN PARCELS OF STATE LAND.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Assembly convened:

Section 1. (Effective from passage) (a) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles shall convey to the city of New Britain a parcel of land located in the town of Plainville, at a cost equal to the administrative costs of making such conveyance. Said parcel of land has an area of approximately . 26 acre and is identified as Parcel 2 on a map entitled "1185 West Main Street, Property to be Transferred by the State of Connecticut to the City of New Britain; City of New Britain Department of Public Works Right of Way Division, Date: Nov. , 2004, Rev. Dec. , 2004, Scale: 1"-20'". The conveyance shall be subject to the approval of the State Properties Review Board.

(b) The city of New Britain shall use said parcel of land for economic development purposes. If the city of New Britain does not use said parcel for said purposes, the parcel shall revert to the state of Connecticut.

(c) The State Properties Review Board shall complete its review of the conveyance of said parcel of land not later than thirty days after it receives a proposed agreement from the Department of Motor Vehicles. The land shall remain under the care and control of said department until a conveyance is made in accordance with the provisions of this section. The State Treasurer shall execute and deliver any deed or instrument necessary for a conveyance under this section, which deed or instrument shall include provisions to carry out the purposes of subsection (b) of this section. The Commissioner of Motor Vehicles shall have the sole responsibility for all other incidents of such conveyance.

Sec. 2. (Effective from passage) (a) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, the Commissioner of Transportation shall convey to the city of New Britain a parcel of land located at 36 Black Rock Avenue in the city of New Britain, at a cost equal to the administrative costs of making such conveyance. Said parcel of land has an area of approximately . 32 acre. The conveyance shall be subject to the approval of the State Properties Review Board.

(b) The city of New Britain shall use said parcel of land for economic development or housing purposes. If the city of New Britain does not use said parcel for said purposes, the parcel shall revert to the state of Connecticut.

(c) The State Properties Review Board shall complete its review of the conveyance of said parcel of land not later than thirty days after it receives a proposed agreement from the Department of Transportation. The land shall remain under the care and control of said department until a conveyance is made in accordance with the provisions of this section. The State Treasurer shall execute and deliver any deed or instrument necessary for a conveyance under this section, which deed or instrument shall include provisions to carry out the purposes of subsection (b) of this section. The Commissioner of Transportation shall have the sole responsibility for all other incidents of such conveyance.

Sec. 3. (Effective from passage) (a) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, the Commissioner of Transportation shall convey to the city of New Britain a parcel of land located at 327 Park Street in the city of New Britain, at a cost equal to the administrative costs of making such conveyance. Said parcel of land has an area of approximately . 11 acre. The conveyance shall be subject to the approval of the State Properties Review Board.

(b) The city of New Britain shall use said parcel of land for economic development purposes. If the city of New Britain does not use said parcel for said purposes, the parcel shall revert to the state of Connecticut.

(c) The State Properties Review Board shall complete its review of the conveyance of said parcel of land not later than thirty days after it receives a proposed agreement from the Department of Transportation. The land shall remain under the care and control of said department until a conveyance is made in accordance with the provisions of this section. The State Treasurer shall execute and deliver any deed or instrument necessary for a conveyance under this section, which deed or instrument shall include provisions to carry out the purposes of subsection (b) of this section. The Commissioner of Transportation shall have the sole responsibility for all other incidents of such conveyance.

Sec. 4. (Effective from passage) (a) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, the Commissioner of Transportation shall convey to the town of Sprague a parcel of land located in the town of Sprague, at a cost equal to the administrative costs of making such conveyance. Said parcel of land has an area of approximately 1. 65 acres and is identified as the parcel shown as "Release Area" on a map entitled "Towns of Sprague and Lisbon, Map Showing Land Released to, by The State of Connecticut, Department of Transportation, S. R. 660 – Main Street, Scale 1"-80', May 2003, Arthur W. Gruhn, P. E. , Chief Engineer – Bureau of Engineering and Highway Operations". The conveyance shall be subject to the approval of the State Properties Review Board.

(b) The town of Sprague shall use said parcel of land for recreational purposes. If the town of Sprague:

the parcel shall revert to the state of Connecticut.

(c) The State Properties Review Board shall complete its review of the conveyance of said parcel of land not later than thirty days after it receives a proposed agreement from the Department of Transportation. The land shall remain under the care and control of said department until a conveyance is made in accordance with the provisions of this section. The State Treasurer shall execute and deliver any deed or instrument necessary for a conveyance under this section, which deed or instrument shall include provisions to carry out the purposes of subsection (b) of this section. The Commissioner of Transportation shall have the sole responsibility for all other incidents of such conveyance.

Sec. 5. (Effective from passage) (a) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, the Commissioner of Transportation shall convey to the town of Cheshire a parcel of land located in the town of Cheshire, at a cost equal to the administrative costs of making such conveyance. Said parcel of land has an area of approximately 66,305 square feet and is identified as the parcel shown on a map entitled "State of Connecticut, Map Showing Land Acquired from the State of Connecticut by the Town of Cheshire, I-84 Widening and Interchange Improvements, Cheshire – Waterbury, Land North of I-84 West Bound Off-Ramp to Rte. 70, Cheshire, CT, Scale 1: 500, December 7, 2004, Arthur W. Gruhn, P. E. , Transportation Chief Engineer – Bureau of Engineering and Highway Operations". The conveyance shall be subject to the approval of the State Properties Review Board.

(b) The town of Cheshire shall use said parcel of land for parking purposes. If the town of Cheshire:

the parcel shall revert to the state of Connecticut.

(c) The State Properties Review Board shall complete its review of the conveyance of said parcel of land not later than thirty days after it receives a proposed agreement from the Department of Transportation. The land shall remain under the care and control of said department until a conveyance is made in accordance with the provisions of this section. The State Treasurer shall execute and deliver any deed or instrument necessary for a conveyance under this section, which deed or instrument shall include provisions to carry out the purposes of subsection (b) of this section. The Commissioner of Transportation shall have the sole responsibility for all other incidents of such conveyance.

Sec. 6. (Effective from passage) (a) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, the Commissioner of Public Works shall convey to the Charter Oak Health Center, Inc. a certain piece of property located at 21 Grand Street in the city of Hartford, consisting of approximately . 725 acres, and being further identified as Lot 31 in Block 7 on the City of Hartford Tax Assessor's Map 411, at a cost equal to the administrative costs of making such conveyance. The Charter Oak Health Center, Inc. shall lease back to the state, on terms acceptable to the Commissioner of Public Works, sufficient space for use by state agencies. The rent payable by the state shall be a sum not greater than one dollar for the terms of the lease plus the state's proportionate share of operating costs. The conveyance shall be subject to the approval of the State Properties Review Board.

(b) The Charter Oak Health Center, Inc. shall use said property for the operation of a federally qualified community health center providing health care to Hartford's underserved populations. If the Charter Oak Health Center, Inc. :

(1) Does not use said property for said purposes;

(2) Does not retain ownership of all of said property; or

(3) Leases all or any portion of said property to any party other than the state,

the property shall revert to the state of Connecticut.

(c) The State Properties Review Board shall complete its review of the conveyance of said property not later than thirty days after it receives a proposed agreement from the Department of Public Works. The property shall remain under the care and control of said department until a conveyance is made in accordance with the provisions of this section. The State Treasurer shall execute and deliver any deed or instrument necessary for a conveyance under this section, which deed or instrument shall include provisions to carry out the purposes of subsection (b) of this section. The Commissioner of Public Works shall have the sole responsibility for all other incidents of such conveyance.

(d) Not later than eighteen months after the effective date of this section, the Commissioner of Public Works shall provide for the relocation of the offices of the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities from 21 Grand Street, Hartford, to another suitable facility provided sufficient resources are authorized by the General Assembly for such purpose.

Sec. 7. (Effective from passage) (a) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, the Board of Trustees of the Connecticut State University System shall convey to the city of New Britain a parcel of land located in the city of New Britain, at a cost equal to the administrative costs of making such conveyance. Said parcel of land has an area of approximately . 1 acre and is bounded and described as follows:

Beginning at the northeast terminus of Lester Street, said point being marked by an iron pin,

Thence N414'13" in the proposed street line of a cul-de-sac at the end of Lester Street with a distance of 70. 02 feet to a point of curvature,

Thence proceeding in a curve to the left having a radius of 60. 00 feet, a distance of 282. 74 feet to a point of reverse curvature,

Thence proceeding in a curve to the right having a radius of 10. 00 feet, a distance of 15. 70 feet to the present northwest terminus of Lester Street,

Said point being marked by an iron pin, this course and the preceding two courses are run in the proposed street line of a cul-de-sac at the end of Lester Street and along property now or formerly of the State of Connecticut,

Thence S8844'18"E crossing Lester Street in a closing line with a distance of 50. 00 feet to the point of beginning.

Said parcel of land is subject to a sewer easement of record and is more particularly described on a map entitled "City of New Britain Department of Public Works Right-of-Way Division – 'Property Map Coccomo Circle'. Jan, 2003 Scale 1" = 20' Patrick Toscano City Surveyor".

The conveyance of said parcel of land shall be subject to the approval of the State Properties Review Board.

(b) The city of New Britain shall use said parcel of land for the development of a cul-de-sac at the northeast terminus of Lester Street purposes. If the city of New Britain:

the parcel shall revert to the state of Connecticut.

(c) The State Properties Review Board shall complete its review of the conveyance of said parcel of land not later than thirty days after it receives a proposed agreement from the Board of Trustees of the Connecticut State University System. The land shall remain under the care and control of said department until a conveyance is made in accordance with the provisions of this section. The State Treasurer shall execute and deliver any deed or instrument necessary for a conveyance under this section, which deed or instrument shall include provisions to carry out the purposes of subsection (b) of this section. Said Board of Trustees shall have the sole responsibility for all other incidents of such conveyance.

Sec. 8. (Effective from passage) (a) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, the Commissioner of Social Services shall convey to Barry T. Pontolillo a parcel of land located at 12 Summit Street in the city of Meriden, at a cost of six thousand dollars and the administrative costs of making such conveyance. Said parcel of land has an area of approximately . 33 acre. The conveyance shall be subject to the approval of the State Properties Review Board.

(b) The State Properties Review Board shall complete its review of the conveyance of said parcel of land not later than thirty days after it receives a proposed agreement from the Department of Social Services. The land shall remain under the care and control of said department until a conveyance is made in accordance with the provisions of this section. The State Treasurer shall execute and deliver any deed or instrument necessary for a conveyance under this section. The Commissioner of Social Services shall have the sole responsibility for all other incidents of such conveyance.

Sec. 9. (Effective from passage) (a) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, the Commissioner of Transportation shall convey to Goodwin College three parcels of land located in the town of East Hartford and four parcels of land located in the town of Glastonbury, at a cost equal to the administrative costs of making such conveyance. The parcels of land located in the town of East Hartford are identified as follows: (1) Lot 18 on town of East Hartford Tax Assessor's Map 10, having an area of approximately . 53 acre, (2) lot 22 on town of East Hartford Tax Assessor's Map 7, having an area of approximately . 18 acre, and (3) lot 19 on town of East Hartford Tax Assessor's Map 7, having an area of approximately 1. 28 acre. The parcels of land located in the town of Glastonbury are identified as follows: (A) Glastonbury Master Parcel ID 55800033, having an area of approximately . 95 acre, (B) Glastonbury Master Parcel ID 55800045A, having an area of approximately . 3 acre, (C) Glastonbury Master Parcel ID 55800045, having an area of approximately . 3 acre, and (D) Glastonbury Master Parcel ID 55800049, having an area of approximately . 6 acre. The conveyance shall be subject to the approval of the State Properties Review Board.

(b) Goodwin College shall use said parcels of land for open space and educational purposes. If Goodwin College:

the parcel shall revert to the state of Connecticut.

(c) The State Properties Review Board shall complete its review of the conveyance of said parcels of land not later than thirty days after it receives a proposed agreement from the Department of Transportation. The land shall remain under the care and control of said department until a conveyance is made in accordance with the provisions of this section. The State Treasurer shall execute and deliver any deed or instrument necessary for a conveyance under this section, which deed or instrument shall include provisions to carry out the purposes of subsection (b) of this section. The Commissioner of Transportation shall have the sole responsibility for all other incidents of such conveyance.

Sec. 10. (Effective from passage) (a) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, the Commissioner of Transportation shall enter into an agreement with the town of Branford for the exchange of parcels of land located in the town of Branford, simultaneously and each in consideration of the other. The parcels of land to be conveyed by the Commissioner of Transportation in said exchange are described as follows: Three parcels of land having a total area of 33. 48 acres and identified as parcels 1, 10 and 11 on a map entitled "Overall Proposed Roadway Improvement Plan and Master Redevelopment Plan (Commercial Parkway/Exit 53), Sheet No. PB-1A, dated May 19, 2005". The parcels of land to be conveyed by the town of Branford in said exchange are described as follows: Five parcels of land having a total area of approximately 25. 07 acres and identified as parcels A, B, C, D and E on sheet PB-1C of said map. The exchange of said parcels of land shall be carried out not later than six months after the town of Branford completes a roadway improvements project related to State Rte. 794. The town of Branford shall pay the administrative costs incurred by the state in the exchange of said parcels of land. Said exchange shall be subject to the approval of the State Properties Review Board.

(b) The State Properties Review Board shall complete its review of the exchange of said parcels of land not later than thirty days after it receives a proposed agreement from the Department of Transportation. The state land shall remain under the care and control of said department until a conveyance is made in accordance with the provisions of this section. The State Treasurer shall execute and deliver any deed or instrument necessary for the conveyance of state land under this section. The Commissioner of Transportation shall have the sole responsibility for all other incidents of such conveyance.

Sec. 11. Section 7 of special act 03-19 is amended to read as follows (Effective from passage):

(a) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, the Commissioner of Environmental Protection shall convey by quit-claim deed to Edward H. Dzwilewski any and all interest under the custody and control of the Department of Environmental Protection that the state may have to land owned by Edward H. Dzwilewski on the westerly side of Bride Brook Road, East Lyme, by virtue of a warranty deed recorded in volume 118, page 315, of the East Lyme land records, either (1) for the fair market value of said interest, or (2) in exchange for fee title transferred by warranty deed to land of Edward H. Dzwilewski contiguous to Rocky Neck State Park in the town of East Lyme. [Said] The Commissioner of Environmental Protection shall determine whether the conveyance of said interest by the commissioner shall be made in accordance with subdivision (1) or (2) of this subsection. In the case of an exchange under subdivision (2) of this subsection, the land of Edward H. Dzwilewski transferred to the Commissioner of Environmental Protection shall be of a location and configuration acceptable to [the Commissioner of Environmental Protection] said commissioner and be of at least equal fair market value to the state's interest conveyed to Edward H. Dzwilewski. All administrative costs of making such conveyance and, in the case of an exchange under subdivision (2) of this subsection, all costs incidental to the transfer of land of Edward H. Dzwilewski, such as survey, appraisal and attorney and other fees, shall be paid by Edward H. Dzwilewski and all such work [must] shall be performed in a manner and format acceptable to the Commissioner of Environmental Protection. The conveyance shall be subject to the approval of the State Properties Review Board.

(b) The State Properties Review Board shall complete its review of the conveyance of said [parcels of] interest in land not later than thirty days after it receives a proposed agreement from the Department of Environmental Protection. The land shall remain under the care and control of said department until a conveyance is made in accordance with the provisions of this section. The State Treasurer shall execute and deliver any deed or instrument necessary for a conveyance under this section. The Commissioner of Environmental Protection shall have the sole responsibility for all other incidents of such conveyance.

Sec. 12. (Effective from passage) (a) Notwithstanding any provisions of the general statutes, the Commissioner of Environmental Protection shall convey to the town of Wallingford two parcels of land located in the town of Wallingford, at a cost equal to the administrative costs of making such conveyance. The first parcel has an area of approximately 5. 35 acres and is identified on a map on file in the Wallingford Town Clerk's Office entitled "TOWN OF WALLINGFORD MAP SHOWING LAND TRANSFERRED TO DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION BY THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, WILBUR CROSS PARKWAY SCALE 1" = 100': NOV. 1976, KARL F. CRAWFORD, TRANSPORTATION CHIEF ENGINEER-BUREAU OF HIGHWAYS, TOWN NO. 148, PROJECT NO. 185-19, SERIAL NO. 10A, SHEET 1 OF ONE SHEET". The second parcel has an area of approximately 3. 65 acres and is identified on a map on file in the Wallingford Town Clerk's Office entitled "TOWN OF WALLINGFORD MAP SHOWING LAND TO BE TRANSFERRED TO STATE BOARD OF FISHERIES & GAME FROM THE STATE HIGHWAY DEPT. WILBUR CROSS PARKWAY (LIMITED ACCESS HIGHWAY), SCALE 1" = 40' JULY 1966, REV. HOWARD S. IVES, HIGHWAY COMMISSIONER". The state shall retain fishing access to both parcels, in their entirety. The conveyance shall be subject to the approval of the State Properties Review Board.

(b) The town of Wallingford shall use said parcels of land for recreational purposes. If the town of Wallingford:

the parcels shall revert to the state of Connecticut.

(c) The State Properties Review Board shall complete its review of the conveyance of said parcel of land not later than thirty days after it receives a proposed agreement from the Department of Environmental Protection. The land shall remain under the care and control of said department until a conveyance is made in accordance with the provisions of this section. The State Treasurer shall execute and deliver any deed or instrument necessary for a conveyance under this section, which deed or instrument shall include provisions to carry out the purposes of subsection (b) of this section. The Commissioner of Environmental Protection shall have the sole responsibility for all other incidents of such conveyance.

Sec. 13. (Effective from passage) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 8-64a of the general statutes requiring the approval of the Commissioner of Economic and Community Development for the sale or transfer of a housing project by a housing authority, the sale, transfer and conveyance of land, together with all improvements and personal property located thereon, by the housing authority of the town of Wallingford to Ridgeland Road, LLC, otherwise valid except for such approval, is hereby validated. Said land is located in the town of Wallingford at the intersection of Ridgeland Road and Ridgeland Road North and shown as land encompassing Buildings A, C, G, I, M, N and O on a map by Wilson M. Alford, R. L. S. , dated September 9, 1982, entitled "Ridgeland North, A Planned Unit Development Modular Complex, Ridgeland Road and Ridgeland Road North, Wallingford, Conn. " and further described in a bill of sale and warranty deed from the housing authority of the town of Wallingford to Ridgeland Road, LLC, its successors and assigns, dated October 31, 2003, and recorded in Volume 1129 and Page 0908 of the land records of the town of Wallingford.

Sec. 14. Section 6 of public act 04-186 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, the Commissioner of Environmental Protection shall enter into an agreement with the town of Voluntown for the exchange of two parcels of land located in the town of Voluntown, simultaneously and each in consideration of the other. The parcel of land to be conveyed by the Commissioner of Environmental Protection in said exchange is identified as Lot 2 on town of Voluntown Tax Assessor's Map 32, which has an area of approximately 15. 24 acres. The parcel of land to be conveyed by the town of Voluntown in said exchange is identified as the tract or parcel of land bounded and described as follows: Beginning at an iron pipe found on the easterly line of James Road, said pipe marking the southwesterly corner of land now or formerly of Daniel R. & Lisa M. Boulanger and the northwesterly corner of the herein described tract and running thence S 89 34' 24" E a distance of 1537. 24 feet to a point, bounded northerly by land of said Boulanger and land now or formerly of John T. & Kimberly K. Gileau, in part by each; thence N 14 19' 29" E a distance of 300. 00 feet to a stone pile at land now or formerly of Oscar Koor, bounded westerly by land of said Gileau; thence easterly a distance of 223 feet, more or less, to land of the State of Connecticut, bounded northerly by land of said Koor; thence southerly a distance of 680 feet, more or less, to an iron pin at land now or formerly of Sandra & William DeRosa, bounded easterly by land of the State of Connecticut; thence S 85 18' 23" W a distance of 967. 56 feet to an iron pin, bounded southerly by land of said DeRosa, land now or formerly of Eric M. & Judith A. Larson and land now or formerly of Jason M. & Veronica M. Brunelle, in part by each; thence N 0 22' 59" E a distance of 570. 22 feet to an iron pin; thence N 89 34' 24" W a distance of 685. 76 feet to an iron pin set on the easterly line of James Road, these last 2 lines bounded westerly and southerly by remaining land of William Potopowitz, Jr. ; thence N 32 56' 45" E a distance of 59. 31 feet by and along the easterly line of James Road to the point of beginning; which parcel is a part of property conveyed by William Potopowitz, Sr. and William Potopowitz, Jr. to William Potopowitz, Jr. by deed recorded Feb. 2, 1997, in Voluntown Land Records Vol. 65 Page 803, and has an area of approximately 15. 46 acres. The town of Voluntown shall pay the administrative costs incurred by the state in the exchange of said parcels of land. The Commissioner of Environmental Protection shall pay the costs of any survey of either of said parcels of land that is prepared for the purposes of said exchange. Said exchange shall be subject to the approval of the State Properties Review Board.

(b) The State Properties Review Board shall complete its review of the exchange of said parcels of land not later than thirty days after it receives a proposed agreement from the Department of Environmental Protection. The state land shall remain under the care and control of said department until a conveyance is made in accordance with the provisions of this section. The State Treasurer shall execute and deliver any deed or instrument necessary for the conveyance of state land under this section. The Commissioner of Environmental Protection shall have the sole responsibility for all other incidents of such conveyance.

Sec. 15. (Effective from passage) (a) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, the Commissioner of Agriculture shall convey to the town of Groton a parcel of land located in the town of Groton, at a cost equal to the administrative costs of making such conveyance. Said parcel of land has an area of approximately 1 acre and is identified as:

A certain parcel of land located Easterly of Riverview Avenue on the Southerly side of Main Street in the Village of Noank, Town of Groton, County of New London, State of Connecticut, depicted as Pin #261817000020E on a survey entitled "Monumented Property Survey Plan Prepared for The State of Connecticut, Total Acres Owned = 1, Village of Noank, Town of Groton, CT, #98-106 Main Street Map Scale: 1" = 20' Date: March 15, 2005", prepared by CME Associates, Inc. , Norwich and Woodstock, CT, bounded and described as follows:

Beginning at a concrete bound on the Southerly side of Main Street marking the Westerly frontage corner of the herein described parcel at the Northeasterly corner of land now or formerly of Deborah E. Sundberg as depicted on the aforementioned plan;

Thence, South 78 degrees 52 minutes 31 seconds East 35. 59 feet to an iron rod;

Thence, North 83 degrees 12 minutes 42 seconds East 61. 71 feet to an iron rod;

Thence, North 26 degrees 40 minutes 03 seconds East 25. 60 feet to a railroad spike;

Thence, South 87 degrees 54 minutes 52 seconds East 29. 73 feet to an iron rod marking the Easterly frontage corner of the herein described parcel at the Northwesterly corner of land now or formerly of the Noank Historical Society as depicted on said plan, the last four courses following said Main Street;

Thence, South 04 degrees 00 minutes 08 seconds West 36. 00 feet to an iron rod;

Thence, South 69 degrees 59 minutes 52 seconds East 34. 00 feet to an iron rod;

Thence, South 82 degrees 59 minutes 52 seconds East 100. 00 feet to an iron rod;

Thence, continuing South 82 degrees 59 minutes 52 seconds East 35 feet to the Mystic River, the last four courses following said land of the Noank Historical Society;

Thence, Southerly along said Mystic River to a point at land now or formerly of Nine Riverview Company, Inc. , as depicted on said plan;

Thence, along a line 10 feet from and parallel to Building #98 Main Street as depicted on said plan North 67 degrees 11 minutes 54 seconds West 100 feet to a merestone;

Thence, South 89 degrees 13 minutes 00 seconds West 28. 17 feet to an eye bolt with ring;

Thence, continuing South 89 degrees 13 minutes 00 seconds West 64. 47 feet to a concrete bound at said land of Sundberg, the last three courses following said land of Nine Riverview Company, Inc. ;

Thence, along said land of Sundberg North 09 degrees 51 minutes 39 seconds East 191. 97 feet to said concrete bound at Main Street marking the point and place of beginning.

The herein described parcel, containing 1 acre, is subject to a Boundary Line and License Agreement between Nine Riverview Company, Inc. and The State of Connecticut recorded on August 12, 1998 in Volume 671, Page 61 of the Groton Land Records.

It is also subject to a license for a sanitary sewer pump station between said State of Connecticut and the Town of Groton recorded on November 7, 1978 in Volume 324, Page 399 of said Land Records. It is also subject to such rights as referred to in deeds conveyed to said State of Connecticut by Samuel E. Codman recorded on July 25, 1963 in Volume 204, Page 148, by Edward E. Chapin recorded on May 25, 1962 in Volume 195, Page 430 and by J. Robert Baylis recorded on November 19, 1938 in Volume 97, Page 479 of said Land Records.

The conveyance shall be subject to the approval of the State Properties Review Board.

(b) The town of Groton shall make a portion of said parcel of land, including the building or buildings thereon, available to the town of Groton Shellfish Commission for aquaculture purposes and may lease all or a portion of said parcel of land and building or buildings for aquaculture or environmental purposes. If the town of Groton:

the parcel shall revert to the state of Connecticut.

(c) If the town of Groton does not agree to accept the conveyance of said parcel of land from the Commissioner of Agriculture, said commissioner shall convey the parcel to the Noank Fire District, and the Noank Fire District shall make a portion of the Noank Aquaculture-Marine Laboratory on the parcel available to the town of Groton Shellfish Commission for aquaculture purposes.

(d) The State Properties Review Board shall complete its review of the conveyance of said parcel of land not later than thirty days after it receives a proposed agreement from the Department of Agriculture. The land shall remain under the care and control of said department until a conveyance is made in accordance with the provisions of this section. The State Treasurer shall execute and deliver any deed or instrument necessary for a conveyance under this section, which deed or instrument shall include provisions to carry out the purposes of subsection (b) or (c) of this section, whichever is applicable. The Commissioner of Agriculture shall have the sole responsibility for all other incidents of such conveyance.

Sec. 16. Section 6 of special act 95-25 is amended to read as follows (Effective from passage):

(a) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, [to the contrary,] the Commissioner of Transportation shall transfer to the Commissioner of Environmental Protection custody and control of (1) a parcel of land located in the town of Plainville, having an area of approximately thirty acres and identified as parcel 31 on Town of Plainville, Connecticut Town Planning and Zoning Commission Map, Revised July 1, 1991, and (2) a parcel of land located in the town of Plainville, having an area of approximately 63 acres and identified as parcel 39 on said map.

(b) After receiving custody and control of said parcels of land, the Commissioner of Environmental Protection shall survey and evaluate the parcels and delineate the portions of the parcels which are wetlands and the portions of the parcels which are uplands needed for the long-term protection of such wetlands.

(c) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, [to the contrary,] after completing the survey, evaluation and delineation required by subsection (b) of this section, the Commissioner of Environmental Protection shall convey to the town of Plainville, subject to the approval of the State Properties Review Board and at a cost equal to the administrative costs of making such conveyance, the two parcels of land described in subsection (a) of this section.

(d) (1) The town of Plainville shall use the portions of said parcels of land, which are delineated under subsection (b) of this section as wetlands or uplands needed for the long-term protection of such wetlands, for open space purposes. The town of Plainville shall use the remaining portions of said parcels of land for cemetery purposes. If said parcels are not used for said purposes, the parcels shall revert to the state of Connecticut.

(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of subdivision (1) of this subsection, the town of Plainville may exchange (A) a portion of the parcel of land described in subdivision (1) of subsection (a) of this section, which is identified as the same premises described in a deed from Charles DeMora and Edward A. DeMora to the state of Connecticut, recorded in the town of Plainville land records at Book 141, Pages 278 and 279, and having an area of approximately 8.8 acres, (B) for the parcel of land located at 7 West Main Street in the town of Plainville, owned by the White Oak Corporation and having an area of approximately 15 acres.

(e) The State Properties Review Board shall complete its review of the conveyance of said parcels of land from the commissioner of environmental protection to the town of Plainville under subsections (c) and (d) of this section not later than thirty days after said board receives a proposed agreement from the Department of Environmental Protection. The land shall remain under the care and control of said department until a conveyance is made in accordance with the provisions of this section. The State Treasurer shall execute and deliver any deed or instrument necessary for a conveyance under this section, which deed or instrument shall include provisions to carry out the purposes of subsection (d) of this section, and the Commissioner of Environmental Protection shall have the sole responsibility for all other incidents of such conveyance.

Sec. 17. (Effective from passage) (a) Whereas the parcel of land described in subsection (a) of section 2 of special act 95-25, having an area of approximately ten acres, has reverted to the state of Connecticut, the Commissioner of Public Works, on behalf of the Commissioner of Children and Families, notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, shall convey said parcel of land to the Shiloh Baptist Church, at a cost equal to the administrative costs of making such conveyance. The conveyance shall be subject to the approval of the State Properties Review Board and may also be subject to superior court approval of the removal of any restriction that may exist on the state of Connecticut's conveyance of said parcel of land under this section.

(b) Not later than five years after the effective date of this section, the Shiloh Baptist Church shall convey said parcel of land to a nonprofit corporation, which shall use the parcel for moderate-income housing and educational, recreational or community facilities open to the public. Such housing and facilities shall comply with all nondiscrimination requirements concerning the occupancy of housing or the use of facilities, which are developed in whole or in part with federal assistance, and said parcel of land and such housing and facilities shall not be used for the teaching or practicing of religion. If (1) the Shiloh Baptist Church does not convey said parcel of land to such a corporation by the end of such period, (2) said parcel of land is not used for the development of such housing and facilities, or (3) such housing or facilities do not comply with such requirements, the parcel of land shall revert to the state of Connecticut.

(c) The State Properties Review Board shall complete its review of the conveyance of said parcel of land not later than thirty days after it receives a proposed agreement from the Department of Public Works. The land shall remain under the care and control of said department until a conveyance is made in accordance with the provisions of this section. The State Treasurer shall execute and deliver any deed or instrument necessary for a conveyance under this section, which deed or instrument shall include provisions to carry out the purposes of subsection (b) of this section. The Commissioner of Public Works shall have the sole responsibility for all other incidents of such conveyance.

Sec. 18. Section 7 of special act 95-25, as amended by section 32 of public act 99-26, is amended to read as follows (Effective from passage):

(a) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, [to the contrary,] the Commissioner of Mental Health and Addiction Services shall convey to the city of Middletown, subject to the approval of the State Properties Review Board and at a cost equal to the administrative costs of making such conveyance, two parcels of land located on the Connecticut Valley Hospital campus in the city of Middletown, and described as follows: (1) Lot number 1 in block number 31-4 on city of Middletown Tax Assessor's maps numbered 42 and 47, which parcel has an area of approximately 97 acres, and (2) lot number 1 in block number 25-2 on city of Middletown Tax Assessor's maps numbered 41 and 46, which parcel has an area of approximately 30. 4 acres.

(b) (1) The parcel of land described in subdivision (1) of subsection (a) of this section shall be conveyed subject to the following condition: The city of Middletown shall grant easements to the Commissioner of Mental Health and Addiction Services for water mains traversing said parcel and for facilities at the corner of Bartholemew Road and Bow Lane on said parcel which are to be constructed for connecting the water supply for the Connecticut Valley Hospital with the water supply for the city of Middletown. (2) The state of Connecticut shall assign to the city of Middletown the state's rights and obligations under any agreements for the use of either or both of the parcels of land described in subsection (a) of this section for growing and harvesting agricultural products.

(c) The city of Middletown shall use the parcels of land described in subsection (a) of this section for the following purposes: Agriculture, parks, natural areas, forests, camping, fishing, wetlands preservation, riverfront preservation, wildlife habitat, swimming, hiking, [or] active recreational, [purposes] educational, and other purposes that further state and municipal policies. If the city of Middletown (1) does not use said parcels for said purposes, or (2) does not retain ownership of all of said parcels, the parcels shall revert to the state of Connecticut.

(d) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (c) of this section, the city of Middletown may (1) use, or lease to a third party, a portion of the parcel of land described in subdivision (2) of subsection (a) of this section for private and public use in connection with the location and operation of collector wells and related facilities for a water diversion project as described in a certain application for the diversion of water approved by the Department of Environmental Protection with respect to said parcel, and (2) may grant such easements over said parcel as the city of Middletown may deem necessary or appropriate in connection with the use of the parcel for said water diversion project.

[(d)] (e) The State Properties Review Board shall complete its review of the conveyance of said parcels of land not later than thirty days after it receives a proposed agreement from the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services. The land shall remain under the care and control of said department until a conveyance is made in accordance with the provisions of this section. The State Treasurer shall execute and deliver any deed or instrument necessary for a conveyance under this section, which deed or instrument shall include provisions to carry out the purposes of subsections (b), [and] (c) and (d) of this section, and the Commissioner of Mental Health and Addiction Services shall have the sole responsibility for all other incidents of such conveyance.

Sec. 19. Subsection (a) of section 30 of public act 99-26 is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, the Commissioner of Children and Families shall convey to the city of Middletown two parcels of land located in the city of Middletown, at a cost equal to the fair market value of said parcels, except that such cost shall be reduced by an amount equal to the reasonable cost to the city for demolition and disposal of demolition waste necessary for the preparation of said parcels for redevelopment. Said parcels of land are identified as Lot 37 (approximately . 52 acre) and Lot 41 (approximately . 34 acre) in Block 29-17 on city of Middletown Tax Assessor's Map 27. The fair market value of said parcels shall be determined by the average of the appraisals of two independent appraisers who shall be selected by such commissioner. The reasonable cost of such demolition and disposal shall be determined through a competitive contractor selection process conducted by the city. The net revenues from the sale of said parcels shall be deposited in the donation fund of [Long Lane School] The Connecticut Juvenile Training School in accordance with the provisions of section 17a-27 of the general statutes.

Sec. 20. Section 3 of special act 01-6, as amended by section 5 of special act 02-9, is amended to read as follows (Effective from passage):

Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, the Commissioner of Environmental Protection shall convey to the Yantic Volunteer Fire Department the parcels of land located at 40 and 42 Franklin Road in the towns of Norwich and Franklin and 46 Franklin Road in the town of Franklin, at a cost equal to the administrative costs of making such conveyance. Said parcels of land have a total area of approximately [. 58] .81 acre. The conveyance shall be subject to the approval of the State Properties Review Board.

Sec. 21. (Effective from passage) (a) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, the Commissioner of Environmental Protection shall enter into an agreement with Dom Delvecchio for the exchange of two parcels of land located in the town of Durham, simultaneously and each in consideration of the other. The parcel of land to be conveyed by the Commissioner of Environmental Protection in said exchange is identified as Cockaponset Forest parcel (204), N/F A. F. Hull, which has an area of approximately 9 acres. The parcel of land to be conveyed by Dom Delvecchio in said exchange is identified as an approximately 6. 8 acre parcel of land located south of Old Blue Hill Road, which includes the Coginchaug Cave site. Dom Delvecchio shall pay the administrative costs incurred by the state in the exchange of said parcels of land. Said exchange shall be subject to the approval of the State Properties Review Board.

(b) The State Properties Review Board shall complete its review of the exchange of said parcels of land not later than thirty days after it receives a proposed agreement from the Department of Environmental Protection. The state land shall remain under the care and control of said department until a conveyance is made in accordance with the provisions of this section. The State Treasurer shall execute and deliver any deed or instrument necessary for the conveyance of state land under this section. The Commissioner of Environmental Protection shall have the sole responsibility for all other incidents of such conveyance.

Sec. 22. (Effective from passage) (a) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, the Commissioner of Environmental Protection shall enter into an agreement with Thomas S. Charis for the exchange of two parcels of land located in the town of Preston, simultaneously and each in consideration of the other. The parcel of land to be conveyed by the Commissioner of Environmental Protection in said exchange is identified as an approximately 1. 1 acre parcel of land located on the north side of River Road, which abuts property currently owned by Thomas S. Charis. The parcel of land to be conveyed by Thomas S. Charis in said exchange is identified as an approximately 1. 3 acre parcel of land located on the north side of River Road and abutting land under the custody and control of said commissioner. Said exchange shall be subject to the condition that, notwithstanding any municipal charter or ordinance, neither Thomas S. Charis nor his heirs, successors or assigns shall subdivide, or cause to be subdivided, the total area of the parcel of land conveyed to Thomas S. Charis under this section and the abutting property currently owned by Thomas S. Charis. Thomas S. Charis shall pay the administrative costs incurred by the state in the exchange of said parcels of land. Said exchange shall be subject to the approval of the State Properties Review Board.

(b) The State Properties Review Board shall complete its review of the exchange of said parcels of land not later than thirty days after it receives a proposed agreement from the Department of Environmental Protection. The state land shall remain under the care and control of said department until a conveyance is made in accordance with the provisions of this section. The State Treasurer shall execute and deliver any deed or instrument necessary for the conveyance of state land under this section. The Commissioner of Environmental Protection shall have the sole responsibility for all other incidents of such conveyance.

Sec. 23. (Effective from passage) Notwithstanding a certain restriction contained in a restrictive covenant from the State of Connecticut to the Meriden Y. M. C. A. , dated November 22, 1995, and recorded in Volume 2141 at Page 108 of the Meriden Land Records, which (1) incorporates the Assistance Agreement designated as Contract No. 080-LB/LT-2 and dated June 12, 1991, and (2) provides that the property described in Exhibit A which is attached to said covenant be used for the benefit of low and moderate income persons, the Meriden Y. M. C. A. may convey said property free of said restriction.

Sec. 24. (Effective from passage) (a) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, the Commissioner of Transportation shall enter into an agreement with the town of Westbrook for the exchange of two parcels of land located in the town of Westbrook, simultaneously and each in consideration of the other. The parcel of land to be conveyed by the Commissioner of Transportation in said exchange is identified as the property located on Route 145 that was formerly used by said department as a maintenance facility and has an area of approximately 5. 05 acres. The parcel of land to be conveyed by the town of Westbrook in said exchange is identified as the property used by said town on March 15, 2005, as a maintenance facility and having an area of approximately 2. 087 acres.

(b) The State Properties Review Board shall complete its review of the exchange of said parcels of land not later than thirty days after it receives a proposed agreement from the Department of Transportation. The state land shall remain under the care and control of said department until a conveyance is made in accordance with the provisions of this section. The State Treasurer shall execute and deliver any deed or instrument necessary for the conveyance of state land under this section. The Commissioner of Transportation shall have the sole responsibility for all other incidents of such conveyance.

Sec. 25. Section 19 of special act 03-19 is amended to read as follows (Effective from passage):

(a) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, the Commissioner of Transportation shall convey to [the Wickham Park Trust] Bank of America, as Trustee of the Clarence H. Wickham Trust under will, a parcel of land located in the town of Manchester, at a cost equal to the administrative costs of making such conveyance. Said parcel of land has an area of approximately [5. 1] 6.27 acres and is identified as the parcel of land designated by the Department of Transportation as acquisition number 76-147-8A. The conveyance shall be subject to the approval of the State Properties Review Board.

(b) [The Wickham Park Trust] Bank of America, as Trustee of the Clarence H. Wickham Trust under will, shall use said parcel of land for open space purposes. If [the Wickham Park Trust] Bank of America, as Trustee of the Clarence H. Wickham Trust under will:

(1) Does not use said parcel for said purposes;

(2) Does not retain ownership of all of said parcel; or

(3) Leases all or any portion of said parcel,

the parcel shall revert to the state of Connecticut.

(c) The State Properties Review Board shall complete its review of the conveyance of said parcel of land not later than thirty days after it receives a proposed agreement from the Department of Transportation. The land shall remain under the care and control of said department until a conveyance is made in accordance with the provisions of this section. The State Treasurer shall execute and deliver any deed or instrument necessary for a conveyance under this section, which deed or instrument shall include provisions to carry out the purposes of subsection (b) of this section. The Commissioner of Transportation shall have the sole responsibility for all other incidents of such conveyance.

Sec. 26. Section 37 of public act 03-4 of the June 30 special session is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, the Commissioner of Transportation shall convey to the town of Bethel a parcel of land located on Depot Place and Greenwood Avenue in the town of Bethel, at a cost equal to the administrative costs of making such conveyance. Said parcel of land has an area of approximately . 542 [acres] acre and is situated within the railroad right-of-way, on the northeasterly side of the Danbury Branch Rail Line, with appurtenances thereon known as the former Bethel Train Station, as shown on the sketch entitled Town of Bethel Sketch showing land and building leased to the town of Bethel by the State of Connecticut, Valuation Map 58-70-4, Scale 1" = 100', September 1996, Bureau of Public Transportation-Office of Rail, Town No. 09, Project No. 7001-MISC. , Serial No. 135, Sheet 1 of 1. The conveyance shall be subject to the approval of the State Properties Review Board.

(b) The town of Bethel shall use said parcel of land for the municipal use, maintenance or improvement of the appurtenances thereon. If the town of Bethel:

the parcel and appurtenances on the parcel, shall revert to the state of Connecticut.

(c) If the town of Bethel leases, or charges any fee for, any portion of the building located on said parcel of land or any portion of said parcel, the town shall use the funds collected solely for the purpose of maintaining, repairing, renovating, and upgrading the building located on said parcel and maintaining, repairing, and upgrading the remaining land and appurtenances on the land.

[(c)] (d) The State Properties Review Board shall complete its review of the conveyance of said parcel of land not later than thirty days after it receives a proposed agreement from the Department of Transportation. The land shall remain under the care and control of said department until a conveyance is made in accordance with the provisions of this section. The State Treasurer shall execute and deliver any deed or instrument necessary for a conveyance under this section, which deed or instrument shall include provisions to carry out the purposes of [subsection] subsections (b) and (c) of this section. The Commissioner of Transportation shall have the sole responsibility for all other incidents of such conveyance.

Sec. 27. (Effective from passage) (a) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, the Commissioner of Transportation shall convey to the Heritage Land Preservation Trust, Inc. a parcel of land located in the city of Torrington, at a cost equal to the administrative costs of making such conveyance. Said parcel of land has an area of approximately 11,543 square feet and is identified as the parcel shown as "Release Area" on a map entitled "Town of Torrington, Map Showing Land Released to, by the State of Connecticut, Department of Transportation, Wyoming Avenue, Scale 1: 500, May, 2004, Arthur W. Gruhn, P. E. , Chief Engineer - Bureau of Engineering and Highway Operations". The conveyance shall be subject to the approval of the State Properties Review Board.

(b) The Heritage Land Preservation Trust, Inc. shall use said parcel of land for open space purposes. If the Heritage Land Preservation Trust, Inc. :

the parcel shall revert to the state of Connecticut.

(c) The State Properties Review Board shall complete its review of the conveyance of said parcel of land not later than thirty days after it receives a proposed agreement from the Department of Transportation. The land shall remain under the care and control of said department until a conveyance is made in accordance with the provisions of this section. The State Treasurer shall execute and deliver any deed or instrument necessary for a conveyance under this section, which deed or instrument shall include provisions to carry out the purposes of subsection (b) of this section. The Commissioner of Transportation shall have the sole responsibility for all other incidents of such conveyance.

Sec. 28. (Effective from passage) (a) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, the Commissioner of Public Works shall convey to the town of Haddam four parcels of land located in the town of Haddam, at a cost equal to the administrative costs of making such conveyance. Said parcels of land are identified as the following lots on the town of Haddam Tax Assessor's map: (1) Lot 51, having an area of approximately 17 acres, (2) lot 51. 1, having an area of approximately 27. 5 acres, (3) lot 51. 2, having an area of approximately 4. 2 acres, and (4) lot 51. 3, having an area of approximately 2. 3 acres. The conveyance shall be subject to the approval of the State Properties Review Board.

(b) The town of Haddam shall use said parcels of land for municipal, recreational and economic development purposes. If the town of Haddam:

the parcels shall revert to the state of Connecticut.

(c) The State Properties Review Board shall complete its review of the conveyance of said parcels of land not later than thirty days after it receives a proposed agreement from the Department of Public Works. The land shall remain under the care and control of said department until a conveyance is made in accordance with the provisions of this section. The State Treasurer shall execute and deliver any deed or instrument necessary for a conveyance under this section, which deed or instrument shall include provisions to carry out the purposes of subsection (b) of this section. The Commissioner of Public Works shall have the sole responsibility for all other incidents of such conveyance.

Sec. 29. (Effective from passage) (a) (1) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 16 of special act 03-19 requiring the town of Newtown to use the parcel of land described in subdivision (1) of subsection (a) of said section for open space and recreational purposes, said town may use or lease a portion of said parcel for economic development purposes, subject to the provisions of subsection (b) of this section.

(2) Notwithstanding a certain restriction contained in the deed from the state of Connecticut to the town of Newtown, dated July 16, 2004, and recorded in Volume 822 at Page 632 of the Newtown Land Records, which requires the town of Newtown to use the parcel of land described in said deed for economic development purposes, said town may use a portion of said parcel for open space and recreational purposes, subject to the provisions of subsection (b) of this section.

(b) The provisions of subsection (a) of this section shall be effective only if the town of Newtown uses at least 34. 44 acres of the total combined area of the parcels of land described in subdivisions (1) and (2) of subsection (a) of this section for open space and recreational purposes.

Sec. 30. (Effective from passage) Notwithstanding certain restrictions contained in the deeds from the state of Connecticut to Newtown Housing for the Elderly, Inc. , dated July 8, 1975, and recorded in Volume 254 at Page 679 of the Newtown Land Records, dated July 10, 1978, and recorded in Volume 276 at Page 657 of said land records, and dated August 2, 1985, and recorded in Volume 353 at Page 286 of said land records, which restrictions limit the number of dwelling units allowed on the land described in said deeds, said restrictions are released.

Sec. 31. (Effective from passage) (a) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, the Commissioner of Transportation shall convey to Matthew Ramos a parcel of land located in the city of Milford, at a cost equal to the fair market value of said parcel of land. The parcel of land is identified as follows:

All that certain piece or parcel of land situated in the City of Milford, County of New Haven and State of Connecticut, known as 148 Wheelers Farms Road, bounded and described as follows:

NORTH: By land now or formerly of John Rice; and

EAST and SOUTH: By land of the State of Connecticut;

Being a triangular piece with the easterly point thereof on Wheelers Farms Road in said Milford, and being that triangular piece shown on a map entitled "Town of Milford, plan showing land to be acquired from Frederick J. Johnson of the State of Connecticut, for the Wilbur Cross Parkway, dated March 1939," certified substantially correct by D. H. B. Starr.

The conveyance shall be subject to the approval of the State Properties Review Board.

(b) The State Properties Review Board shall complete its review of the conveyance of said parcel of land not later than thirty days after it receives a proposed agreement from the Department of Transportation. The land shall remain under the care and control of said department until a conveyance is made in accordance with the provisions of this section. The State Treasurer shall execute and deliver any deed or instrument necessary for a conveyance under this section. The Commissioner of Transportation shall have the sole responsibility for all other incidents of such conveyance.

Sec. 32. (Effective from passage) (a) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, the Commissioner of Economic and Community Development shall convey to the Nutmeg Housing Development Corporation five parcels of land located in the town of East Hartford, at a cost equal to the administrative costs of making such conveyance. Said parcels of land are identified as follows:

(1) 224 Hills Street, East Hartford, CT

A certain parcel of land in the Town of East Hartford, County of Hartford and State of Connecticut, on the northerly side of Hills Street, containing 18,000 square feet, more or less, bounded and described as follows:

SOUTHERLY -by Hills Street, 120 feet, by a line designated "RELEASE LINE & APPROXIMATE STREET LINE", as shown on the map hereinafter referred to;

WESTERLY -by land of the State of Connecticut, Department of Transportation, 150 feet, by a line designated "RELEASE LINE & PROPERTY LINE", as shown on said map;

NORTHERLY -by land now or formerly of Anna M. Schaefer, 120 feet, more or less, by a line designated "RELEASE LINE & PROPERTY LINE", as shown on said map;

EASTERLY -by land of the State of Connecticut, Department of Transportation, 150 feet by a line designated "RELEASE LINE & PROPERTY LINE", as shown on said map.

For a more particular description of the land herein transferred, reference is made to a map on file in the East Hartford Town Clerk's Office, entitled: "TOWN OF EAST HARTFORD MAP SHOWING TRANSFER OF CUSTODY AND CONTROL TO DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BY THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION HILLS STREET SCALE l " = 20' JAN. 2000 JAMES F. BYRNES JR. , P. E. CHIEF ENGINEER - BUREAU OF ENGINEERING AND HIGHWAY OPERATIONS". TOWN NO. 42, PROJ. NO. 53-101, SERIAL NO. 5B, SHEET 1 of 1.

(2) 232 Hills Street, East Hartford, CT

A certain parcel of land in the Town of East Hartford, County of Hartford and State of Connecticut, on the northerly side of Hills Street, containing 15,000 square feet, more or less, bounded and described as follows:

SOUTHERLY -by Hills Street, 100 feet, by a line designated "RELEASE LINE & APPROXIMATE STREET LINE", as shown on the map hereinafter referred to;

WESTERLY -by land of the State of Connecticut, Department of Transportation, 150 feet, by a line designated "RELEASE LINE & PROPERTY LINE", as shown on said map;

NORTHERLY -by land now or formerly of Anna M. Schaefer, 100 feet, more or less, by a line designated "RELEASE LINE & PROPERTY LINE", as shown on said map;

EASTERLY -by Callahan Lane 150 feet by a line designated "RELEASE LINE & APPROXIMATE STREET LINE", as shown on said map.

For a more particular description of the land herein transferred, reference is made to a map on file in the East Hartford Town Clerk's Office, entitled: "TOWN OF EAST HARTFORD MAP SHOWING TRANSFER OF CUSTODY AND CONTROL TO DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BY THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION HILLS STREET SCALE 1 " = 20' JAN. 2000 JAMES F. BYRNES JR. , P. E. CHIEF ENGINEER - BUREAU OF ENGINEERING AND HIGHWAY OPERATIONS". TOWN NO. 42, PROJ. NO. 53-101, SERIAL NO. 6B, SHEET 1 of 1.

(3) 242/250 Hills Street, East Hartford, CT

A certain parcel of land in the Town of East Hartford, County of Hartford and State of Connecticut, on the northerly side of Hills Street, containing 23,764 square feet, more or less, bounded and described as follows:

SOUTHERLY -by Hills Street, 160 feet, by a line designated "RELEASE LINE & STREET LINE", as shown on the map hereinafter referred to;

WESTERLY -by Callahan Lane, 150 feet, by a line designated "RELEASE LINE & STREET LINE", as shown on said map;

NORTHERLY -by land now or formerly of Soulivanh Khamvongsay et al, 156. 81 feet, by a line designated-"RELEASE LINE & PROPERTY LINE", as shown on said map;

EASTERLY -by land now or formerly of the Town of East Hartford, 150. 04 feet, by a line designated "RELEASE LINE & PROPERTY LINE", as shown on said map.

For a more particular description of the land herein transferred, reference is made to a map on file in the East Hartford Town Clerk's Office, entitled: "TOWN OF EAST HARTFORD MAP SHOWING TRANSFER OF CUSTODY AND CONTROL TO DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BY THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION HILLS STREET SCALE 1 " = 40' JUNE 1997 JAMES F. BYRNES JR. , P. E. CHIEF ENGINEER - BUREAU OF ENGINEERING AND HIGHWAY OPERATIONS". TOWN NO. 42, PROJ. NO. 53-101, SERIAL NO. 7A, SHEET 1 of 1.

(4) 210 Hills Street, East Hartford, CT

A certain parcel of land in the Town of East Hartford, County of Hartford and State of Connecticut, on the northerly side of Hills Street, containing 13,500 square feet, more or less, bounded and described as follows:

SOUTHERLY -by Hills Street, 90 feet, by a line designated "RELEASE LINE & APPROXIMATE STREET LINE", as shown on the map hereinafter referred to;

WESTERLY -by land of the State of Connecticut, Department of Transportation, 150 feet, by a line designated "RELEASE LINE & PROPERTY LINE", as shown on said map;

NORTHERLY -by land now or formerly of Anna M. Schaefer, 90 feet, by a line designated "RELEASE LINE & PROPERTY LINE", as shown on said map;

EASTERLY -by land of the State of Connecticut, Department of Transportation, 150 feet, by a line designated "RELEASE LINE & PROPERTY LINE", as shown on said map.

For a more particular description of the land herein transferred, reference is made to a map on file in the East Hartford Town Clerk's Office, entitled: "TOWN OF EAST HARTFORD MAP SHOWING TRANSFER OF CUSTODY AND CONTROL TO DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BY THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION HILLS STREET SCALE I " = 20' JAN. 2000 JAMES F. BYRNES JR. , P. E. CHIEF ENGINEER - BUREAU OF ENGINEERING AND HIGHWAY OPERATIONS". TOWN NO. 42, PROJ. NO. 53-101, SERIAL NO. 4B, SHEET 1 of 1.

(5) 208 Hills Street, East Hartford, CT

A certain parcel of land in the Town of East Hartford, County of Hartford and State of Connecticut, on the northerly side of Hills Street, containing 13,500 square feet, more or less, bounded and described as follows:

SOUTHERLY -by Hills Street, 90 feet, by a line designated "RELEASE LINE & APPROXIMATE STREET LINE", as shown on the map hereinafter referred to;

WESTERLY -by land of the State of Connecticut, Department of Transportation, 150 feet, by a line designated "RELEASE LINE & PROPERTY LINE", as shown on said map;

NORTHERLY-by land now or formerly of Anna M. Schaefer, 90 feet, by a line designated "RELEASE LINE & PROPERTY LINE", as shown on said map;

EASTERLY -by land of the State of Connecticut, Department of Transportation, 150 feet, by a line designated "RELEASE LINE & PROPERTY LINE", as shown on said map.

For a more particular description of the land herein transferred, reference is made to a map on file in the East Hartford Town Clerk's Office, entitled: "TOWN OF EAST HARTFORD MAP SHOWING TRANSFER OF CUSTODY AND CONTROL TO DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BY THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION HILLS STREET SCALE I " = 20' JAN. 2000 JAMES F. BYRNES JR. , P. E. CHIEF ENGINEER - BUREAU OF ENGINEERING AND HIGHWAY OPERATIONS". TOWN NO. 42, PROJ. NO. 53-101, SERIAL NO. 3B, SHEET 1 of 1.

The conveyance shall be subject to the approval of the State Properties Review Board.

(b) The Nutmeg Housing Development Corporation shall use said parcels of land for affordable housing purposes in accordance with the provisions of section 8-37y of the general statutes. If the Nutmeg Housing Development Corporation:

the parcels shall revert to the state of Connecticut.

(c) The State Properties Review Board shall complete its review of the conveyance of said parcels of land not later than thirty days after it receives a proposed agreement from the Department of Economic and Community Development. The land shall remain under the care and control of said department until a conveyance is made in accordance with the provisions of this section. The State Treasurer shall execute and deliver any deed or instrument necessary for a conveyance under this section, which deed or instrument shall include provisions to carry out the purposes of subsection (b) of this section. The Commissioner of Economic and Community Development shall have the sole responsibility for all other incidents of such conveyance.

Sec. 33. (Effective from passage) (a) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, the executive director of the Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism shall convey to Chandler B. Saint a parcel of land located in the town of Litchfield, at no cost, said parcel being the same parcel that Chandler B. Saint conveyed, at no cost, to the state of Connecticut on December 30, 1999. The parcel of land is identified as follows:

Beginning at a point in the northerly line of land now or formerly of Brian J. Foley, which line is N 04 17' 30" E, 0. 55 feet north of a CHD monument in the westerly line of North Street and said point is N 85 35' 10" W, 269. 26 feet on said line; running thence in the northerly line of said Foley N 85 35' 10" W a distance of 75. 30 feet to a point and then continuing N 85 42' 55" W 224. 23 feet in said line to a point marking the southwest corner of the described property; which point is 0. 53 feet easterly and 1. 59 feet southerly from an existing 3/4" pipe; thence turning and running N 04 47' 30" E, a distance of 182. 59 feet along the easterly boundary line of land of the Town of Litchfield to another existing iron pin and continuing N 03 13' 00" E, 78. 32 feet to a point in the southerly line of property now or formerly of Selvyn Seidel and Deborah H. Seidel; turning S 84 58' 30" E, 120. 44 feet along said Seidel's southerly line to an existing monument; turning N 05 30' 50" E, 59. 00 feet to a point at the northwesterly corner of the premises which point is located 0. 33 feet easterly and 1. 09 feet northerly from an existing monument; thence turning and running along land now or formerly of said Seidel et ux S 85 08" 30' E, 174. 30 feet to a point marking the northeasterly corner of the premises; turning thence S 02 48' 20" W and running 132. 15 feet along the westerly property line now or formerly of Barbara B. MacDonald to a point; continuing thence S 04 17' 29" W, 184. 64 feet to the point and place of beginning. Said parcel containing approximately 2. 013 acres, more or less.

(b) The land shall remain under the care and control of the Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism until a conveyance is made in accordance with the provisions of this section. The State Treasurer shall execute and deliver any deed or instrument necessary for a conveyance under this section. The executive director of the Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism shall have the sole responsibility for all other incidents of such conveyance.

Sec. 34. Section 8 of special act 97-20, as amended by section 2 of special act 01-6, sections 9 and 23 of public act 00-168, sections 14 and 32 of special act 03-19 and sections 12 and 17 of public act 04-186 are repealed. (Effective from passage)

Approved July 13, 2005