### A05924 Summary:

BILL NO | A05924 |

SAME AS | No Same As |

SPONSOR | Lalor |

COSPNSR | |

MLTSPNSR | |

Authorizes the town of Union Vale, county of Dutchess, to alienate and discontinue the use of certain parklands. |

### A05924 Text:

Go to topSTATE OF NEW YORK________________________________________________________________________ 5924 2021-2022 Regular SessionsIN ASSEMBLYMarch 2, 2021 ___________ Introduced by M. of A. LALOR -- read once and referred to the Committee on Local Governments AN ACT to authorize the town of Union Vale, county of Dutchess, to alienate and discontinue the use of certain parklandsThe People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assem-1 Section 1. Subject to the provisions of this act, the town of Union 2 Vale, in the county of Dutchess, acting by and through its governing 3 body, and upon such terms and conditions as determined by such body, is 4 hereby authorized to discontinue as parklands and to lease at fair 5 market value to Homeland Towers for an initial term of ten years with 6 the right to extend up to six five-year renewals the lands more partic- 7 ularly described in section three of this act for the placement and 8 operation of a wireless communication tower. 9 § 2. The authorization provided in section one of this act shall be 10 effective only upon the condition that the town of Union Vale dedicates 11 an amount equal to or greater than the fair market value of the park- 12 lands being discontinued towards the acquisition of new parklands and/or 13 towards capital improvements to existing parkland and recreational 14 facilities. 15 § 3. The lands authorized by section one of this act to be discontin- 16 ued as parklands and leased are described as follows: 17bly, do enact as follows:18 Said Lease Area A containing approximately 5,250 square feet or .120 19 acres of land within a parcel, located East of Deforest Lane in the Town 20 of Beekman, County of Dutchess, New York. Located within the land of 21 grantors described in book 1377, page 66. More particularly described 22 as follows: 23 Beginning at the Northwesterly Corner of Lease Area A herein 24 described; said point being S. 46° 54' 51" E, 395.94 feet from a north- 25 west corner of the parent parcel to the place and point of beginning; EXPLANATION--Matter inLEASE AREA A -(underscored) is new; matter in brackets [italics] is old law to be omitted. LBD07390-01-1A. 5924 2 1 Thence S 80° 09' 23" W for 75 feet to a point; Thence S 09° 05' 97" E 2 for 70 feet to a point; Thence N 80° 09' 23" E for 75 feet to a point; 3 Thence N 09° 05' 97" W for 70 feet to the point of beginning. 45 BEEKMAN II 43 DEFOREST LANE, BEEKMAN, NY 6 A 12-foot-wide by 470-foot easement for vehicular and pedestrian 7 access to Lease Area A and for utilities to service the structures in 8 Lease Area A along the existing roadway which runs from Deforest Lane to 9 the Lease Area A, said easement area being described as follows: 10 A certain Access Drive located East of Deforest Lane in the Town of 11 Beekman, County of Dutchess, New York; containing 5621.637 square feet 12 (0.129 acre) more or less of land. Located within land of the grantors 13 described in book 1377 page 66. Said parcel is described as follows: 14 Beginning at a point on the west bounds of a Lease Area, said point 15 being N 09°50'37" E a distance of 26.86 feet from the southwest corner 16 of said Lease Area; running thence westerly along the southerly bounds 17 of said Access Drive the following nine courses and distances: 18 1) on a curve to the left, with a radius of 10.00 feet, an arc length 19 of 15.71 feet and a Delta angle of 89°59'46"; 20 2) N 80°09'23" W 11.41 feet to a point, thence; 21 3) on a curve to the left, with a radius of 94.00 feet, an arc length 22 of 9.52 feet and a Delta angle of 05°48'13"; 23 4) N 85°57'35" W 101.13 feet to a point, thence; 24 5) on a curve to the left, with a radius of 150.00 feet, an arc length 25 of 49.82 feet and a Delta angle of 19°01'44"; 26 6) S 75°00'40" W 165.12 feet to a point, thence; 27 7) on a curve to the left, with a radius of 33.08 feet, an arc length 28 of 25.82 feet and a Delta angle of 44°43'07"; 29 8) S 30°17'21" W 39.62 feet to a point, thence; 30 9) on a curve to the right, with a radius of 77.45 feet, an arc length 31 of 49.96 feet and a Delta angle of 36°57'24"; 32 To a point on the easterly edge of Deforest Lane; running thence N 33 14°04'26" W along the easterly edge of DeForest Lane a distance of 12.09 34 feet to a point; continuing thence easterly along the northerly bounds 35 of said Access Drive the following nine courses and distances: 36 1) on a curve to the left, with a radius of 65.45 feet, an arc length 37 of 40.85 feet and a Delta angle of 35°45'39"; 38 2) N 30°17'21" E 39.16 feet to a point, thence; 39 3) on a curve to the right, with a radius of 45.08 feet, an arc length 40 of 35.18 feet and a Delta angle of 44°43'13"; 41 4) N 75°00'38" E 165.12 feet to a point, thence; 42 5) on a curve to the right, with a radius of 162.00 feet, an arc 43 length of 53.80 feet and a Delta angle of 19°01'44"; 44 6) S 85°57'35" E 101.13 feet to a point, thence; 45 7) on a curve to the right, with a radius of 106.00 feet, an arc 46 length of 10.74 feet and a Delta angle of 05°48'13"; 47 8) S 80°09'23" E 11.41 feet to a point, thence; 48 9) on a curve to the left, with a radius of 10.00 feet, an arc length 49 of 15.71 feet and a Delta angle of 90°00'00"; 50 To a point on the west bounds of said Lease Area; running thence South 51 09°50'37" West along the west bounds of said Lease Area a distance of 52 32.00 feet to the point of beginning; 53 Parcel Contains: 5,621.637 square feet (0.129 acre) more or less of 54 land 55 § 4. Should the lands described in section three of this act cease to 56 be used for the purposes described in section one of this act, the leaseEASEMENT AREA A -A. 5924 3 1 shall terminate and those lands shall revert to the town of Union Vale 2 for public park and recreational purposes. At the time of such rever- 3 sion, the removal of such wireless communication tower shall take place 4 and the property shall be returned to its previous state, consistent 5 with park and recreational purposes. 6 § 5. In the event that the town of Union Vale received any funding 7 support or assistance from the federal government for the purchase, 8 maintenance or improvement of the parklands set forth in section three 9 of this act, the discontinuance and alienation of such parkland author- 10 ized by the provisions of this act shall not occur until the town of 11 Union Vale has complied with any federal requirements pertaining to the 12 alienation or conversion of parkland, including satisfying the secretary 13 of the interior that the alienation or conversion complies with all 14 conditions which the secretary of the interior deems necessary to assure 15 the substitution of other lands shall be equivalent in fair market value 16 and usefulness to the lands being alienated or converted. 17 § 6. This act shall take effect immediately.