H.P. 133 - L.D. 175
An Act to Make Technical Changes in Laws Authorizing the Sale of the Pineland Center
Be it enacted by the People of the State of Maine as follows:
Sec. 1. P&SL 1995, c. 79, §1, sub-§4 is amended to read:
4. State property. "State property" means the property known as "the Pineland Center," containing approximately 299.92 acres, and described in the following deeds recorded in the Cumberland County Registry of Deeds: Book 822, Page 249; Book 822, Page 251; Book 822, Page 253; Book 822, Page 255; Book 822, Page 257; Book 822, Page 323; Book 823, Page 385; Book 826, Page 79; Book 844, Page 28;
and Book 943, Page 38; Book 1796, Page 401; and Book 1870, Page 294, together with the buildings and improvements, all appurtenant rights and easements and all personal property located on that property, including vehicles, machinery, equipment and supplies.
Sec. 2. P&SL 1995, c. 79, §2, sub-§4 is amended to read:
4. Eminent domain. Exercise, pursuant to the Maine Revised Statutes, Title 23, chapter 3, the power of eminent domain for the purpose of quieting for all time any possible challenges to ownership of the state property including title to the rangeways and crossways within the state property and for no other purpose;
Sec. 3. P&SL 1995, c. 79, §2, sub-§5 is amended to read:
5. Contribute to value. Negotiate, draft, execute and deliver any easements or other rights that could contribute to the value of a proposed sale or lease of the State's interests, including rangeways and crossways within the state property; and
Effective June 26, 1997.
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