on - Session - 129th Maine Legislature
Resolve, Authorizing the Transfer of a Plot of Land from the State to the Town of Allagash
Preamble. The Constitution of Maine, Article IX, Section 23 requires that real estate held by the State for conservation or recreation purposes may not be reduced or its uses substantially altered except on the vote of 2/3 of all members elected to each House.
Whereas, the land authorized for transfer by this resolve is within the designations in the Maine Revised Statutes, Title 12, section 598-A; and
Whereas, the Director of the Bureau of Parks and Lands within the Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry may sell, lease or exchange lands with the approval of the Legislature in accordance with the Maine Revised Statutes, Title 12, sections 1814, 1837 and 1851; now, therefore, be it
Sec. 1. Director of Bureau of Parks and Lands to convey land. Resolved: That the Director of the Bureau of Parks and Lands within the Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry shall offer to convey by quitclaim deed with covenant, at the cost of $1,500, to the Town of Allagash, County of Aroostook for the establishment of a fueling facility for the local logging industry and off-road recreational vehicles, including, but not limited to, snowmobiles and all-terrain vehicles, the parcel of land situated on Route 161, otherwise known as Allagash Road, and Old Route 161 in the Town of Allagash and described in the records of the bureau as the Allagash Southeast project, Original Reservation parcel and having identification number 86-2298. The use of the property is restricted to the operation of a fueling facility and if at any time the property following conveyance is no longer used for the purpose as provided under this section, the title reverts to the State of Maine without cost and, upon request of the State of Maine, the site must be restored to its condition at the time of conveyance by the owners at their own cost. If the Town of Allagash does not establish a fueling facility as described by September 1, 2020, the title reverts to the State of Maine without cost and, upon request of the State of Maine, the site must be restored to its condition at the time of conveyance by the owners at their own cost.
Sec. 2. Appropriations and allocations. Resolved: That the following appropriations and allocations are made.
AGRICULTURE, CONSERVATION AND FORESTRY, DEPARTMENT OF
Land Management and Planning Z239
Initiative: Provides allocation for expenditures related to road building and road maintenance on public reserved lands.
|OTHER SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS||2019-20||2020-21|
|OTHER SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS TOTAL||$1,500||$0|
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