City Council – 12/18/2012

DATE 12/18/2012
TIME 6:30 pm
ADA Yes
LOCATION Council Chamber, Woburn City Hall, Common Street, Woburn, MA, United States

Meeting Agenda

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CITY OF WOBURN

DECEMBER 18, 2012 – 6:30 P.M.

REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL

 

Roll Call

                                                Anderson Gately
                                                DiTucci Haggerty

Drapeau

Mercer-Bruen – absent
                                                Gaffney Raymond

       Denaro

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The City Council observed a moment of silence in memory of the victims of the Newtown, Connecticut shooting.

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VOTED to dispense with the reading of the previous meeting’s Journal and to APPROVE, 8 in favor, 0 opposed, 1 absent (Mercer-Bruen absent).

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MAYOR’S COMMUNICATIONS:  None.

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PUBLIC HEARINGS:  

On the petition by Main Street Woburn RX, LLC, 300 Trade Center, Suite 7700, Woburn, Massachusetts 01801 for a special permit pursuant to Sections 5.1.22c and 63a of the 1985 Woburn Zoning Ordinances, as amended, to allow for: 1. A retail establishment greater than 15,000 square feet of gross floor area, and 2. A Drive-up Customer Service Facility, at 1 School Street, 3 School Street, 13 School Street, 891 Main Street, 893 Main Street and 895 Main Street. PUBLIC HEARING OPENED. A report was received from the Committee on Special Permits as follows: “ought to pass, with the following conditions:

 

PROPOSED CONDITIONS TO SPECIAL PERMIT PETITION OF

MAIN STREET WOBURN RX, LLC

per Committee on Special Permits on December 10, 2012

1. Special Permit Petition filed pursuant to Section 5.1(22c) and (63a)a) to allow for a retail establishment over 15,000 square feet and (b) a Drive-up Customer Service Facility

 

DECEMBER 10, 2012

  1. The Petitioner shall construct and improve the Site in conformance with the plans submitted with the Petition for Special Permit unless modified by these conditions entitled “Site Improvement Plans for Main Street (Route 38) and School Street, Main Street/School Street, Woburn, MA 01801” Prepared for:  Main Street Woburn RX, LLC, 300 Trade Center, Suite 7700, Woburn, MA 01801, prepared by Allen & Major Associates, Inc., 100 Commerce Way, Woburn, MA 018880118 dated August 24, 2012, revised November 1, 2012, November 16, 2012 and December 5, 2012 ABB-1, ABB-2, EX-1, C-1, C-2, C-3, C-4, C-5, C-6A, C-6B, C-7, C-8, C-9, C-10A, C-10B, C-10C, D-1, D-2, D-3, D-4, D-5, D-6 and D-7 (the “Plans”);
  2. That the Planning Board shall retain jurisdiction over the landscaping;
  3. That no exterior storage containers or material shall be allowed on site;
  4. That all deliveries shall be between 9:00AM and 5:00 PM Monday to Saturday with no Sunday deliveries allowed;
  5. That if a drainage easement to allow the connection of the overflow to the City drain is not granted, the applicant may revert back to the original design depicting a free outlet on the CVS property;
  6. That the Petitioner shall complete the roadway widening on Main Street as shown on the revised plans and subject to the following:
      1. The Petitioner’s obligation to perform the roadway widening on Main Street within the portion of Main Street under jurisdiction of MassDOT as shown on the Plan is contingent upon approval of the proposed roadway widening by the MassDOT.  In the event that MassDOT does not approve the proposed widening within that portion of Main Street under its jurisdiction, the Petitioner shall grant an easement to MassDOT or the City of Woburn for the purpose of continuing a future second lane on Main Street;
      2. The Petitioner shall complete the roadway widening within the portion of Main Street within the jurisdiction of the City of Woburn as shown on the Plan.  In addition, the Petitioner shall grant to the City of Woburn an easement over said areas for all purposes for which public ways in the City of Woburn are used;
  1. The Petitioner shall grant to the City of Woburn or MassDOT an easement on Main Street beginning at the proposed driveway southerly to the property line as shown on the Plan for the purpose of continuing a future second lane southerly on Main Street.
  2. That the drive-up customer service facility shall be closed during deliveries;
  3. All dumpsters and waste containers shall be enclosed, by means of a fence, wall or landscaping in compliance with the Woburn Zoning Ordinances;
  4. Exterior construction activities on the Site shall not commence prior to 7:00 a.m. and shall cease no later than 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Saturday.  This condition shall not apply to any on street utility work;
  5. During the Site redevelopment and construction phases, the Petitioner shall maintain all adjoining roadways free and clear of all debris;
  6. All exterior building illumination shall be shielded in such a manner that will prevent direct light from impacting any abutting properties;
  7. That the hours of operation for the store and pharmacy shall be limited to 7:00

a.m. to 10:00 p.m., seven days per week; and

  1. The Petitioner shall file with the City Clerk a snow storage plan prior to the issuance of an occupancy permit.
  2. Mitigation for this project shall consist of the items set forth in Conditions 5, 6, and 7 above.
  3. The special permit granted hereunder is to Main Street Woburn RX, LLC to operate a retail store/pharmacy with a drive through.  Any use of the property for retail use other than a retail store/pharmacy with a drive through shall require a new special permit, not a minor modification to said permit, from the Woburn City Council.
  4. That there shall be ten-year maintenance on the thermal plastic on site.
  5. That utility work be restricted to evenings and off-hours as determined by the Department of Public Works.
  6. That structure be designed and built (including color scheme) as per the renderings presented to the City Council (on December 10, 2012, copy on file).”

 

Appearing for the petitioner was Attorney Joseph R. Tarby, III, Murtha Cullina LLP, 600 Unicorn Park Drive, Woburn, Massachusetts 01801 asked that the City Council adopt the committee report with a further revised set of conditions. Attorney Tarby offered to the City Council for review an artist’s rendering of the building and a document entitled

“Proposed Conditions to Special Permit Petition of Main Street Woburn RX, LLC per Committee on Special Permits on December 10, 2012 with revisions proposed by Murtha Cullina LLP date December 14, 2012” as follows:

 

PROPOSED CONDITIONS TO SPECIAL PERMIT PETITION OF

MAIN STREET WOBURN RX, LLC

per Committee on Special Permits on December 10, 2012 with revisions proposed by

Murtha Cullina LLP dated December 14, 2012

1. Special Permit Petition filed pursuant to Section 5.1(22c) and (63a)a) to allow for a retail establishment over 15,000 square feet and (b) a Drive-up Customer Service Facility

 

DECEMBER 10, 2012

  1. The Petitioner shall construct and improve the Site in conformance with the plans submitted with the Petition for Special Permit unless modified by these conditions entitled “Site Improvement Plans for Main Street (Route 38) and School Street, Main Street/School Street, Woburn, MA 01801” Prepared for:  Main Street Woburn RX, LLC, 300 Trade Center, Suite 7700, Woburn, MA 01801, prepared by Allen & Major Associates, Inc., 100 Commerce Way, Woburn, MA 018880118 dated August 24, 2012, revised November 1, 2012, November 16, 2012 and December 5, 2012 ABB-1, ABB-2, EX-1, C-1, C-2, C-3, C-4, C-5, C-6A, C-6B, C-7, C-8, C-9, C-10A, C-10B, C-10C, D-1, D-2, D-3, D-4, D-5, D-6 and D-7 (the “Plans”);
  2. That the Planning Board shall retain jurisdiction over the landscaping;
  3. That no exterior storage containers or material shall be allowed on site;
  4. That all tractor trailer deliveries shall be between 9:00AM and 5:00 PM Monday to Saturday with no Sunday deliveries allowed.  The restriction on Sunday deliveries shall not apply to non CVS route delivery trucks including dairy delivery, newspaper deliveries or similar.
  5. That if a drainage easement to allow the connection of the overflow to the City drain is not granted, the applicant may revert back to the original design depicting a free outlet on the CVS property;
  6. That the Petitioner shall complete the roadway widening on Main Street as shown on the revised plans and subject to the following:
    1. The Petitioner’s obligation to perform the roadway widening on Main Street within the portion of Main Street under jurisdiction of MassDOT as shown on the Plan is contingent upon approval of the proposed roadway widening by the MassDOT.  In the event that MassDOT does not approve the proposed widening within that portion of Main Street under its jurisdiction, the Petitioner shall grant an easement to MassDOT or the City of Woburn for the purpose of continuing a future second lane on Main Street;
    2. The Petitioner shall complete the roadway widening within the portion of Main Street within the jurisdiction of the City of Woburn as shown on the Plan.  In addition, the Petitioner shall grant to the City of Woburn an easement over said areas for all purposes for which public ways in the City of Woburn are used;
  1. The Petitioner shall grant to the City of Woburn or MassDOT an easement on Main Street beginning at the proposed driveway southerly to the property line as shown on the Plan for the purpose of continuing a future second lane southerly on Main Street.
  2. That the drive-up customer service facility shall be closed during deliveries;
  3. All dumpsters and waste containers shall be enclosed, by means of a fence, wall or landscaping in compliance with the Woburn Zoning Ordinances;
  4. Exterior construction activities on the Site shall not commence prior to 7:00 a.m. and shall cease no later than 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Saturday.  This condition shall not apply to any on street utility work;
  5. During the Site redevelopment and construction phases, the Petitioner shall maintain all adjoining roadways free and clear of all debris;
  6. All exterior building illumination shall be shielded in such a manner that will prevent direct light from impacting any abutting properties;
  7. That the hours of operation for the store and pharmacy shall be limited to 7:00

a.m. to 10:00 p.m., seven days per week;

  1. The Petitioner shall file with the City Clerk a snow storage plan prior to the issuance of an occupancy permit.
  2. Mitigation for this project shall consist of the items set forth in Conditions 5, 6, and 7 above.
  3. The special permit granted hereunder is to Main Street Woburn RX, LLC to operate a retail store/pharmacy with a drive through.  Any use of the property for retail use other than a retail store/pharmacy with a drive through shall require a new special permit, not a minor modification to said permit, from the Woburn City Council.
  4. All new pavement markings within the State Highway Layout or City of Woburn Right-of-Way along Main Street (Route 38) and School Street as shown on Sheet C-2 on the Plan shall be thermoplastic 125 mils thick and shall be maintained for a ten (10)  year period following the issuance of the Certificate of Occupancy.
  5. That utility work be restricted to evenings and off-hours as determined by the Department of Public Works.
  6. That structure be designed and built (including color scheme) substantially in conformance with the renderings (the “Renderings”) presented to the City Council (on December 18, 2012, copy on file).  In the event that the Building Commissioner determines that the building plans filed with the building permit application are not substantially in conformance with the Renderings the Petitioner may request a review of said plans by the City Council Special Permits Committee who shall make a final determination.  If the Special Permits Committee makes a determination that the proposed plans are not in substantial conformance with the Renderings, the Petitioner shall be required to file a Special Permit Petition seeking approval to modify the approved Renderings.

 

Motion made and 2nd that the documents be received and made part of the record, 8 in favor, 0 opposed, 1 absent (Mercer-Bruen absent). IN FAVOR: None. OPPOSED: None. Motion made and 2nd that the public hearing be closed, 8 in favor, 0 opposed, 1 absent

(Mercer-Bruen absent). PUBLIC HEARING CLOSED. Motion made and 2nd that the SPECIAL PERMIT be GRANTED, AS AMENDED with the conditions as follows: 1. That the proposed conditions revised as of December 14, 2012 be adopted as conditions of the special permit, and 2. That the Artist’s rendering filed with the City Council on December 18, 2012 be a condition of the special permit, 8 in favor, 0 opposed, 1 absent (Mercer-Bruen absent).

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CITIZEN’S PARTICIPATION:  None.

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COMMITTEE REPORTS:

 

On the petitions for renewal of First Class Motor Vehicle Sales Licenses by C.N. Wood

Company, Inc.; Lannan Chevrolet, Inc.; Lawless Chrysler Jeep, Inc.; M&L Transit Systems, Inc.; R.C. Olsen Cadillac, Inc.; and Woodco Machinery, Inc., committee reports were received “ought to pass”. Motion made and 2nd that the COMMITTEE REPORTS be ADOPTED, 8 in favor, 0 opposed, 1 absent (Mercer-Bruen absent).

Presented to the Mayor: December 20, 2012       s/Scott D. Galvin December 20, 2012

 

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On the petitions for renewal of Second Class Motor Vehicle Sales Licenses by ACT

Leasing Inc.; Anchor Auto Sales, Inc.; Capelo’s Auto Service, Inc. dba J.C. Auto Sales;

Capelo’s Garage, Inc.; EC Inc. dba Xpress Fuel; Jeffrey Pollock dba Exclusive Automobiles; Francis Garbino dba Tom’s Auto Body; George J. Hamilton dba George’s Auto Body; Joseph P. Mahoney Company, Inc.; Robert Khouzami; Oliver M.

McDermottroe dba McDermottroe Auto Sales; Larade’s Collision Repair Center, Inc.;

Robert McSheffrey dba Bob McSheffrey Auto Sales; McSheffrey Auto Sales, Inc.;

Kenneth L. O’Connor dba City Line Motors; Ollies Service Center; Nicolas Saba dba

Montvale Service; Southside Associates, Inc. dba Burke’s Garage; Velozo Enterprises,

Inc. dba Rogers Radiator; Woburn Gas & Service, Inc.; Wassim (Sam) Nicolas dba Woburn Square Mobil; and Luis Jean Brunet dba Woburn Motors, committee reports were received “ought to pass”. Motion made and 2nd that the COMMITTEE REPORTS be ADOPTED, 8 in favor, 0 opposed, 1 absent (Mercer-Bruen absent).

Presented to the Mayor: December 20, 2012       s/Scott D. Galvin December 20, 2012

 

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On the petition for renewal of Third Class Motor Vehicle Sales License by Woburn

Truck and Auto, Inc., committee report was received “ought to pass”. Motion made and

2nd that the COMMITTEE REPORT be ADOPTED, 8 in favor, 0 opposed, 1 absent (Mercer-Bruen absent).

Presented to the Mayor: December 20, 2012       s/Scott D. Galvin December 20, 2012

 

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On the Order to amend Title 6 of the 1989 Woburn Municipal Code, as amended, by deleting in its entirety Title 6 Animals and replacing same with a new Title 6 Animal Control, committee report was received “ought to pass, as amended, with the amendments as follows: 1. To strike the reference to “Section 6-1” in Section 6-3 and replace with “Section 6-2”, and 2. To strike the reference to “Section 6-1” in Section 6-5a and replace with “Section 6-2”. Motion made and 2nd that the COMMITTEE REPORT be ADOPTED, 8 in favor, 0 opposed, 1 absent (Mercer-Bruen absent).

Presented to the Mayor: December 20, 2012       s/Scott D. Galvin December 20, 2012

 

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On the Order to amend Title 15 of the 1989 Woburn Municipal Code, as amended, by deleting in their entirety Article V Demolition Delay and Article VIII Minimum

Maintenance Standards for Historical Resources and replacing same with a new Article V

Demolition Delay – The Preservation of Historically Significant Buildings and

Structures, committee report was received “ought to pass”. Motion made and 2nd that the COMMITTEE REPORT be ADOPTED, 8 in favor, 0 opposed, 1 absent (Mercer-Bruen absent).

Presented to the Mayor December 20, 2012 and ten days having elapsed without same being approved, said Ordinance became effective without his signature on January 1, 2013.

 

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On the Order to amend Title 15 of the 1989 Woburn Municipal Code, as amended, by inserting a new Title VIII Nuisance Control. A communication was received from Alderman Michael Anderson as follows:

 

Mr. Campbell,

 

Will you please include in the Extended Agenda a communication from me regarding the proposed Nuisance Control Ordinance.

 

First, I believe that Section 15-46 of the proposed addition to Title 15, Article VIII, Nuisance Control, ought to include a sentence, after the first sentence which states: A copy of the written notice shall be provided to the Building Commissioner.  The revised section 15-46 would state as follows (added sentence in bold and italics):

 

15-46 Notice of Nuisance Event or Condition

In the event the Chief of Police or his designee have determined that a Nuisance Event or Condition exists, has occurred, or is maintained or permitted in a building, or on a property, and that the property constitutes a chronic nuisance property, then he shall provide a written notice, by personal service as provided herein, to the owner and each interested party known to him or her.  A copy of the written notice shall be provided to the Building Commissioner.  The written notice shall:

  1. State that a nuisance event or condition as defined in this ordinance  has occurred, or is maintained or permitted in the building, and specify the kind or kinds of nuisance event or condition which has occurred, or is being maintained or permitted;
  2. Summarize the evidence that a nuisance event or condition has occurred, or is maintained or permitted in the building, including the date or dates on which nuisance event or condition related activities have occurred or were maintained or permitted, provided, however, that one or more police reports can be used to satisfy this requirement; and
  3. State the grounds for the determination that the property constitutes a chronic nuisance including the events or conditions or activities that constitute the three or more nuisance events or activities that occurred during any period of time not exceeding six (6) months;
  4. Inform the recipient of the notice that: (i) he or she has thirty (30) days to abate the conduct constituting the nuisance event or condition, and to take steps to make sure that actions constituting a nuisance event or condition will not re-occur; (ii) if, after thirty (30) days from the date of service of the notice, the nuisance event or condition re-occurs, or actions or conduct constituting a nuisance event or condition take place that the City may assess against the owner and interested parties that were served with the written notice a fine of three hundred ($300.00) for each violation.

 

Second, I believe that proposed section 15-49 should be renumbered as section 15-50 and a new section 15-49 as follows be inserted:

 

15-49  Reports by Police Chief

The Police Chief shall file quarterly with the City Council, (on or before January 15, April 15, July 15 and October 15) a report that shall disclose all Nuisance Event or Condition proceedings begun by him under this Ordinance. The report shall state the location of the premises, a summary of the nature of the Nuisance Event or Condition, the name of the Responsible Party(ies), and the disposition or the status of the matter.

 

Michael D. Anderson, Alderman Ward Four

 

A committee report was received “ought to pass, as amended, with the amendment as follows: “Include a provision for quarterly reporting from the Police Department”. Motion made and 2nd that the ORDER be ADOPTED, AS AMENDED with the

conditions as follows: 1. That the following line be added as the second sentence in Section 15-46 as follows “A copy of the written notice shall be provided to the Building Commissioner.”, 2. That Section 15-49 be renumbered as Section 15-50, and 3. That a new Section 15-49 shall be added as follows “15-49 Reports by Police Chief – The Police Chief shall file quarterly with the City Council, (on or before January 15, April 15, July 15 and October 15) a report that shall disclose all Nuisance or Condition proceedings begun by him under this Ordinance. The report shall state the location of the premises, a summary of the nature of the Nuisance Event or Condition, the name of the Responsible Party(ies), and the disposition or the status of the matter.”, 8 in favor, 0 opposed, 1 absent (Mercer-Bruen absent).

Presented to the Mayor: December 20, 2012       s/Scott D. Galvin December 20, 2012

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NEW PETITIONS:

 

Petitions for renewal of Second Class Motor Vehicle Sales Licenses by Tracy M. Batten dba Tracy’s Auto and Murray’s Enterprises, Inc. dba Murray’s Auto & Truck Sales. Motion made and 2nd that the MATTER be REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC SAFETY AND LICENSES, 8 in favor, 0 opposed, 1 absent (Mercer-Bruen absent).

 

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Petition by National Grid for a grant of right in a way to install approximately 130 feet of

4-inch plastic main from the end of main at 4 Fletcher Road to end of main at 55 Fletcher Road. Motion made and 2nd that the MATTER be REFERRED TO PUBLIC HEARING, 8 in favor, 0 opposed, 1 absent (Mercer-Bruen absent).

 

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Petition by Boston Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Inc., 10 Dedham Street, Newton, Massachusetts 02461 for a special permit pursuant to Section 7 of the 1985 Woburn Zoning Ordinances, as amended, to allow a martial arts studio at 102-104 Main Street. Motion made and 2nd that the MATTER be REFERRED TO PUBLIC HEARING, 8 in favor, 0 opposed, 1 absent (Mercer-Bruen absent).

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COMMUNICATIONS AND REPORTS: None.

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UNFINISHED BUSINESS OF PRECEDING MEETING: 

 

Reconsideration of the Order to lay out certain streets as public ways. On December 5, 2012 President Denaro filed a notice of intent to reconsider his vote on this matter. Motion made by Alderman Anderson and 2nd to allow reconsideration of the vote taken at the December 4th meeting Adopting the Order to accept certain streets in the city as public ways, 8 in favor, 0 opposed, 1 absent (Mercer-Bruen absent). Motion made and 2nd that the ORDER be ADOPTED, AS AMENDED with the amendments as follows: 1. That the name “Battlemarch Way” be changed in the Order to “Battle March Way” as commonly used and reflected in the plan of record, and 2. That the name “Kosciusko Road” be changed in the Order to “Kosciusko Street” as commonly used and reflected in the plan of record, 8 in favor, 0 opposed, 1 absent (Mercer-Bruen absent).

Presented to the Mayor: December 20, 2012       s/Scott D. Galvin December 20, 2012

 

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Review of Order entered pursuant to M.G.L. Chapter 139, Section 1, et. seq. relative to the property located at 6-8 Robinlea Circle. Motion made and 2nd that the MATTER be GIVEN LEAVE TO WITHDRAW WITHOUT PREJUDICE, 8 in favor, 0 opposed, 1 absent (Mercer-Bruen absent).

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APPOINTMENTS AND ELECTIONS: 

 

A communication dated November 29, 2012 was received from His Honor the Mayor Scott D. Galvin as follows:

 

Dear City Clerk Campbell:

 

By the power vested in meas Mayor of the City of Woburn, I hereby appoint Joel C.

Long, 9 Hillside Avenue, to the Woburn Board of Health, with a term to expire Dec. 31, 2015. Mr. Long’s appointment replaces Barbara Fuccillo, 7 Hampshire Circle, whose term has expired.

 

Respectfully, s/Scott D. Galvin, Mayor

 

The City Clerk advised that the matter is a Mayor’s appointment and does not required City Council confirmation. Motion made and 2nd that the MATTER be RECEIVED AND PLACED ON FILE, 8 in favor, 0 opposed, 1 absent (Mercer-Bruen absent).

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MOTIONS, ORDERS AND RESOLUTIONS:

 

ORDERED

 

Be it Ordained by the City Council of the City of Woburn that that the following ways as described below be laid out and accepted as public roads in the City of Woburn in accordance with M.G.L. c.82, §§1-13, inclusive, and Chapter 120 of the Acts of 2011 “An Act Relative to the Acceptance of Streets as Public Ways in the City of Woburn”; BELFORD CIRCLE

Shown on a plan entitled “Subdivision Plan of Land in Woburn, MA Scale 1 in. = 40 ft. Aug. 10, 1979, Prepared By:  Allen Dumerjian, Inc. Boston, Mass.” and recorded with the Registered Land Section of the Middlesex South District Registry of Deeds as Plan 3386h, and being described as follows:

 

Beginning at a point on the easterly sideline of Stevin Drive; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 25.48’ (twenty five and 48/100) feet, 35.84’ (thirty five and 84/100) feet to a point; thence running S78°06’14”E, 301.03’ (three hundred one and 03/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 98.82’ (ninety eight and 82/100) feet, 99.17’ (ninety nine and 17/1000 feet to a point; thence running S20°36’15”E, 135.44’ (one hundred thirty five and 44/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 60.00’ (sixty and 00/100) feet, 260.41’ (two hundred sixty and 41/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 50.00’ (fifty and 00/100) feet, 59.93’ (fifty nine and 93/100) feet to a point; thence running

N20°36’15”W, 32.97’ (thirty two and 97/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 148.82’ (one hundred forty eight and

82/100) feet, 149.35’ (one hundred forty nine and 35/100) feet to a point; thence running N78°06’14”W, 297.56’ (two hundred ninety seven and 56/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 26.74’ (twenty six and 74/100) feet, 38.77’ (thirty eight and 77/100) feet to a point on the easterly sideline of Stevin Drive; thence running southerly by the easterly sideline of said drive to the point of beginning; and to accept any fee or easement in said roadway, and drainage, utility and/or other related easements.

 

BRADFORD ROAD

 

Shown on a plan entitled “Blueberry Hill I, Extension II, Woburn, MA” and recorded with the Middlesex South District Registry of Deeds as Plan 1228 (A of 3) of 1978 and being described as follows:

 

Beginning at a point on the southerly sideline of Blueberry Hill Road; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 30.00’ (thirty and 00/100) feet, 40.32’ (forty and 32/100) feet to a point; thence running S40°00’00”W, 143.44’ (one hundred forty three and 44/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 170.00’ (one hundred seventy and 00/100) feet, 142.42’ (one hundred forty two and 42/100) feet to a point; thence running S8°00’00”W, 387.76’ (three hundred eighty seven and 76/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 30.00’ (thirty and 00/100) feet, 39.54’ (thirty nine and 54/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 50.00’ (fifty and 00/100) feet, 222.99’ (two hundred twenty two and 99/100) feet to a point; thence running N8°00’00”E, 465.22’ (four hundred sixty five and

22/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 130.00’ (one hundred thirty and 00/100) feet, 108.91’ (one hundred eight and 91/100) feet to a point; thence running N4°00’00”W, 137.98’ (one hundred thirty seven and 98/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 30.00’ (thirty and 00/100) feet, 38.76’ (thirty eight and 76/100) feet to a point on the southerly sideline of Blueberry Hill Road; thence running easterly by the southerly sideline of said road to the point of beginning; and to accept any fee or easement in said roadway, and drainage, utility and/or other related easements.

 

BRIARWOOD ROAD

 

Being shown on a plan entitled “Briarwood” Definitive Plan Subdivision Plan of Land,

Cir-San Realty Trust Woburn, Mass.” dated Aug. 11, 1975 and recorded with the Middlesex South District Registry of Deeds as Plan nos. 931 (a of 5) of 1975 and 1732 of 1987, and being described as follows:

Beginning at a point on the easterly sideline of Winter Street; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 30.00’ (thirty and 00/100) feet, 47.12’ (forty seven and 12/100) feet to a point; thence running N35°59’35”W, 5.00’ (five and 00/100) feet to a point; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 184.05’ (one hundred eighty four and 05/100) feet, 116.45’ (one hundred sixteen and 45/100) feet to a point; thence running N17°45’25”E, 51.57’ (fifty one and 57/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 191.78’ (one hundred ninety one and 78/100) feet, 132.46’ ( one hundred thirty two and 46/100) feet to a point; thence running N 57°19’ 50”E, 340.76’ (three hundred forty and 76/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 213.94’ (two hundred thirteen and 94/100) feet, 171.38’ (one hundred seventy one and 38/100) feet to a point; thence running S76°46’18”E, 38.84’ (thirty eight and 84/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counter clockwise curve having a radius of 50.00’ (fifty and 00/100) feet, 36.14’ (thirty six and 14/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 50.00’ (fifty and 00/100) feet, 88.50’ (eighty eight and 50/100) feet to a point; thence running S76°46’18”E, 84.72’ (eighty four and 72/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counter clockwise curve having a radius of 175.00’ (one hundred seventy five and 00/100) feet, 154.24’ ( one hundred fifty four and 24/100) feet to a point; thence running N52°43’ 42”E, 349.66’ (three forty nine and 66/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counter clockwise curve having a radius of 30.00’ (thirty and 00/100) feet, 24.38’ ( twenty four and 38/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 50.00’ (fifty and 00/100) feet, 238.36’ (two hundred thirty eight and 36/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a counter clockwise curve having a radius of 30.00’ (thirty and 00/100) feet, 24.38’ ( twenty four and 38/100) feet to a point; thence running S52°43’42”W, 349.66’ (three hundred forty nine and 66/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 225.00’ (two hundred twenty five and 00/ 100) feet, 198.31’ (one hundred ninety eight and 31/100) feet to a point; thence running thence running N76°46’18”W, 84.72’ (eighty four and 72/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 50.00’ (fifty and 00/100) feet, 88.50’ (eighty eight and 50/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a counter clockwise curve having a radius of 50.00’ (fifty and 00/100) feet, 36.14’ (thirty six and 14/100) feet to a point; thence running N76°46’18”W, 32.81’ (thirty two and 81/100) feet to a point; thence running southwesterly by the northerly terminus of Cedarwood Road to a point; thence running S57°19’50”W, 340.76’ (three hundred forty and 76/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 141.78’ (one hundred forty one and 78/100) feet, 97.92’ (ninety seven and 92/100) feet to a point; thence running S17°45’25”W, 51.57’ (fifty one and 57/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 234.05’ (two hundred thirty four and 05/100) feet, 148.08’ (one hundred forty eight and 08/100) feet to a point; thence running S35°59’35”E , 5.00’ (five and 00/100) feet to a point; thence running S54°00’25”W, 94.61’ (ninety four and 61/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counter clockwise curve having a radius of 30.00’ (thirty and 00/100) feet, 40.11’ (forty and 11/100) feet to a point on the easterly sideline of Winter Street; thence running northerly by the easterly sideline of said street to the point of beginning; and to accept any fee or easement in said roadway, and drainage, utility and/or other related easements.

 

BURLWOOD LANE

 

As shown on a plan entitled “Sunset Acres Definitive Subdivision Plan of Land in Woburn, Massachusetts” and recorded with the Middlesex South District Registry of Deeds as Plan 84 (2 – 2) of 1991, and being described as follows:

 

Beginning at a point on the northerly sideline of Stonewall Drive; thence running on a counter clockwise curve having a radius of 30.00’(thirty and 00/100) feet, 42.36’(forty two and 36/100) feet to a point; thence running N 43°51’39” E, 206.76’(two hundred six and 76/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 4453.23’(four thousand four hundred fifty three and 23/100) feet, 149.19’(one hundred forty nine and 19/100) feet to a point; thence running N 45°46’49” E,

167.89’(one hundred sixty seven and 89/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 210.00’(two hundred ten and 00/100) feet, 20.56’(twenty and 56/100) feet to a point; thence running N 51°23’25” E, 99.99’(ninety nine and 99/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counter clockwise curve having a radius of 105.00’(one hundred five and 00/100) feet, 12.87’(twelve and 87/100) feet to a point; thence running S 45°36’20” E, 50.00’(fifty and 00/100) feet to a point; thence running on a clock wise curve having a radius of 155.00’(one hundred fifty five and 00/100) feet, 18.98’(eighteen and 98/100) feet to a point; thence running S 51°23’25” W, 99.99’(ninety nine and 99/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counter clockwise curve having a radius of 160.00’(one hundred sixty and 00/100) feet, 15.67’(fifteen and 67/100) feet to a point; thence running S 45°46’49” W, 167.89’(one hundred sixty seven and 89/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counter clockwise curve having a radius of 4403.23’(four thousand four hundred three and 23/100) feet, 147.51’(one hundred forty seven and 51/100) feet to a point; thence running S 43°51’39” W, 189.05’(one hundred eighty nine and 05/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counter clock wise curve having a radius of

30.00’(thirty and 00/100) feet, 51.92’(fifty one and 92/100) feet to a point on the northeasterly sideline of Stonewall Drive; thence running N 55°14’30” W, 111.43’( one hundred eleven and 43/100) by the northeasterly sideline of said drive to the point of beginning; and to accept any fee or easement in said roadway, and drainage, utility and/or other related easements.

 

CHANDLER STREET

 

As shown on a plan entitled “Definitive Subdivision Plan of Land on Chandler Street in Wood Street Park Woburn, Massachusetts. Scale 1”=40’ May 1, 1974” and recorded with the Middlesex South District Registry of Deeds as Plan 935 of 1978, and being described as follows:

 

Beginning at a point on the easterly sideline of Wood Street; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 25.00’ (twenty five and 00/100) feet, 33.58’ (thirty three and 58/100) feet to a point; thence running S80°17’40”E, 76.42’ (seventy six and 42/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 91.13’ (ninety one and 13/100) feet, 100.43’ (one hundred and 43/100) feet to a point; thence running N36°33’50”E, 202.63’ (two hundred two and 63/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 129.94’ (one hundred twenty nine and 94/100) feet; 55.07’ (fifty five and 07/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 94.84’ (ninety four and 84/100) feet, 144.01’ (one hundred forty four and 01/100) feet to a point; thence running N26°09’10”W, 197.85 (one hundred seventy nine and 85/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 20.00’ (twenty and 00/100) fee t, 31.57’ (thirty one and 57/100) to a point on the southerly sideline of a private street known as Packard Street; thence running westerly by the southerly sideline of said street to a point; thence running S26°09’10”E, 200.38’ (two hundred and 38/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 44.84’ (forty four and 84/100) feet, 68.09’ (sixty eight and 09/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 179.94’ (one hundred seventy nine and 94/100) feet, 76.26’ (seventy six and 26/100) feet to a point; thence running S36°33’50”W, 202.63’ (two hundred two and 63/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 41.13’ (forty one and 13/100) feet, 45.33’ (forty five and 33/100) feet to a point; thence running N80°17’40”W, 106.35’ (one hundred six and 35/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 25.00’ (twenty five and 00/100) feet 32.00’ (thirty two and 00/100) feet to a point on the easterly sideline of Wood Street; thence running southerly by the easterly sideline  of said street to the point of beginning; and to accept any fee or easement in said roadway, and drainage, utility and/or other related easements.

 

COLUMBUS ROAD

 

Being shown on a plan entitled “Plan of Shaker Glen Manor, Section II, Woburn,

Massachusetts Scale 1” = 50’, September 12, 1958” and recorded with the Middlesex South District Registry of Deeds as Plan No. 1478 of 1956, a portion of which is also shown on a plan recorded in the Land Registration Office as Plan 1333t, December 2, 1958, and being described as follows:

 

Beginning at a point on the southerly sideline of Locust Street; thence running on a counter clockwise curve having a radius of 20.00’(twenty and 00/100) feet, 30.80’(thirty and 80/100) feet to a point; thence running by lots 52,50,49 and 48 436.59’(four hundred thirty six and 59/100) feet on several courses; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 100.00’(one hundred and 00/100) feet, 62.23’(sixty two and 23/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 100.00’ (one hundred and 00/100) feet, 71.15’ (seventy one and 15/100) feet;  thence running S26°56’48”E, 189.14’(one hundred eighty nine and 14/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counter clockwise curve having a radius of 25.00’(twenty five and 00/100) feet, 42.12’(forty two and 12/100) feet; thence running N56°31’42”E, 195.56’(one hundred ninety five and 56/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counter clock wise curve having a radius of 100.00’(one hundred and 00/100) feet, 142.18’(one hundred forty two and 18/100) feet to a point; thence running N24°55’56”W, 15.40’(fifteen and 40/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counter clockwise curve having a radius of 52.00’(fifty two and 00/100) feet,

41.92’(forty one and 92/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 52.00’(fifty two and 00/100) feet, 247.17’(two hundred forty seven and 17/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a counter clockwise curve having a radius of 52.00’(fifty two and 00/100) feet,41.92’(forty one and 92/100) feet to a point; thence running S24°55’46 E, 15.40’(fifteen and 40/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 140.00’(one hundred forty and 00/100) feet,199.05’(one hundred ninety nine and 05/100) feet to a point; thence running S56°31’42”W, 138.11’(one hundred thirty eight and 11/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counter clockwise curve having a radius of 52.00’(fifty two and 00/100) feet, 54.45’(fifty four and 45/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a clock wise curve having a radius of 52.00’(fifty two and 00/100) feet,167.28’(one hundred sixty seven and 28/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a counter clockwise curve having a radius of 52.00’(fifty two and 00/100) feet,25.23’(twenty five and 23/100) feet to a point; thence running N26°56’48”W, 277.25’(two hundred seventy seven and 25/100) feet to a point at the easterly terminus of surrey road; thence running northerly by the easterly terminus of said road to a point; thence running northerly 383.38’(three hundred eighty three and 38/100) feet by lots 56,55,54 and 53 to a point of curvature; thence running on a counter clock wise curve having a radius of 20.00’(twenty and 00/100) feet,32.02’(thirty two and 02/100) feet to a point on the southerly sideline of Locust Street; thence running easterly by the southerly sideline of said street to the point of beginning; and to accept any fee or easement in said roadway, and drainage, utility and/or other related easements.

 

COMMONWEALTH AVENUE

 

As shown on a plan entitled “Subdivision Plan of Land of Mark Philip Trust, in Woburn,

Mass. Scale 1”=100’, July 23, 1974” and recorded in the Middlesex South District Registry of Deeds as Plan 1081 (A of 4) of 1974 in Book 12706, Page 588 and being described as follows:

 

Beginning at a point on the easterly sideline of Commerce Way; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 50.00’ (fifty and 00/100) feet, 80.82’ (eighty and 82/100) feet to a point; thence running N 66°42’00” E, 531.86’ (five hundred thirty one and 86/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counter clock wise curve having a radius of 135.00’ (one hundred thirty five and 00/100) feet, 212.02’ (two hundred twelve and 02/100) feet to a point; thence running N23°18’00” W, 575.00’ (five hundred seventy five and 00/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counter clock wise curve having a radius of 7030.81’ (seven thousand thirty and 81/100) feet, 401.61’ (four hundred one and 61/100) feet to a point; thence running

S63°25’38”W, 60.00’ (sixty and 00/100) feet to a point; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 6970.81’ ( six thousand nine hundred seventy and 81/100) fee,

398.18’ (three hundred ninety eight and 18/100) feet to a point; thence running S23°18’00” E, 575.00’ (five hundred seventy five and 00/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 75.00’ (seventy five and 00/100) feet, 117.81’ (one hundred seventeen and 81/100) feet to a point; thence running S 66°42’00” W, 538.46’ (five hundred thirty eight and 46/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 50.00’ (fifty and 00/100) feet, 76.67’ (seventy six and 67/100) feet to a point on the easterly sideline of

Commerce Way; thence running southerly by the easterly sideline of said way 160.65’ (one hundred sixty and 65/100) feet to the point beginning; and to accept any fee or easement in said roadway, and drainage, utility and/or other related easements.

 

EMELINE STREET

 

As shown on two plans entitled “Subdivision of Land shown on plan filed with Cert. of Title no. 14955 South Registry District of Middlesex County Land in Woburn Scale 80 feet to an inch May 1923 Alfred Millhouse, C.E.” and “Definitive Subdivision Plan of Land Emeline Street Woburn, MA 1”= 40’ February 29, 2980” recorded with the Middlesex South District Registry of Deeds as Plan 989 of 1981, and being described as follows:

 

Beginning at a point on the northerly sideline of Edith Avenue; thence running NN23°37’30”W, 581.27’ (five hundred eighty one and 27/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 15.00’ (fifteen and 00/100) feet, 10.48’ (ten and 48/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 40.00’ (forty and 00/100) feet, 195.17’ (one hundred ninety five and 17/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 15.00’ (fifteen and 00/100) feet, 15.59’ (fifteen and 59/100) feet to a point; thence running S23°37’30”E, 576.80’ (five hundred seventy six and 80/100) feet to a point on the northerly sideline of Edith Avenue; thence running S77°04’30”W, 40.71’ (forty and 71/100) feet by the sideline of said avenue to the point of beginning;  and to accept any fee or easement in said roadway, and drainage, utility and/or other related easements.

 

HENRY AVENUE

 

As shown on a plan entitled “Land Court Subdivision Plan of Land in Woburn, Mass. being a subdivision of L.C.C. 9079B & L.C.C. 9079C owned by Dennis MacDonald Estate Scale 1”=50’ November 21, 1968” and recorded in Middlesex South Registry of Deeds, Land Registration Book 809, Page 161, and being described as follows:

 

Beginning at a point on the westerly sideline of William Avenue; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 36.87’ (thirty six and 87/100) feet, 36.65’ (thirty six and 65/100) feet to a point; thence running N84°37’30”W, 1070.19’ (one thousand seventy and 19/100) feet to a point; thence running N24°55’30”E, 53.05’ (fifty three and 05/100) feet to a point; thence running S84°37’30”E, 1009.89’ (one thousand nine and 89/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 16.27’ (sixteen and 27/100) feet, 39.94’ (thirty nine and 94/100) feet to a point on the westerly sideline of William Avenue; thence running southeasterly by the westerly sideline of said avenue to the point of beginning; and to accept any fee or easement in said roadway, and drainage, utility and/or other related easements.

 

HERITAGE DRIVE

 

As shown on a plan entitled “As-Built Plans Ridgewood Estates Woburn, Mass. Plan and

Profile Heritage Drive May 29, 1990 Scale as Noted” and recorded with the Middlesex South District Registry of Deeds as Plan 606 (a and b of 5) of 1981, and being described as follows:

 

Beginning at a point on the northerly sideline of Ridgewood Lane; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 30.00’ (thirty and 00/100) feet, 66.08’ (sixty six and 08/100) feet to a point; thence running N29°45’44”W, 422.18’ (four hundred twenty two and 18/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 150.00’ (one hundred fifty and 00/100) feet, 86.39’ (eighty six  and 39/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 150.00’ (one hundred fifty and 00/100) feet, 75.92’ (seventy five and 92/100) feet to a point; thence running N25°45’44”W, 220.00’ (two hundred twenty and 00/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 150.00’ (one hundred fifty and 00/100) feet, 75.92’ (seventy five and 92/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 30.00’ (thirty and 00/100) feet, 27.40’ (twenty seven and 40/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 60.00’ (sixty and 00/100) feet, 298.10’ (two hundred ninety eight and 10/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 30.00’ (thirty and 00/100) feet, 27.40’ (twenty seven and 40/100) feet to a point of compound curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 100.00’ (one hundred and 00/100) feet, 50.61’ (fifty and 61/100) feet to a point; thence running S25°45’44”E, 220.00’ (two hundred twenty and 00/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 100.00’ (one hundred and 00/100) feet, 50.61’ (fifty and 61/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 200.00’ (two hundred and 00/100) feet, 115.19’ (one hundred fifteen and 19/100) feet to a point; thence running S29°45’44”E, 437.70’ (four hundred thirty seven and 70/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 30.71’ (thirty and 71/100) feet, 51.27’ (fifty one and 27/100) feet to a point on the northerly sideline of Ridgewood Lane; thence running northeasterly by the northerly sideline of said lane to the point of beginning; and to accept any fee or easement in said roadway, and drainage, utility and/or other related easements.

 

INDUSTRIAL PARKWAY

 

As shown on two plans: “Woburn Industrial Park Subdivision Plan of Land Woburn,

Massachusetts, Scale 1”=100’, February 23, 1973” and recorded with the Middlesex

South District Registry of Deeds in Book 12569, Page 136 as Plan 1590 of 1973; and

“Plan of Land showing Parcels II and II-S, Block 7028, Industrial Parkway, Woburn, Mass. Scale 1”=100’ Nov. 5, 1974” recorded in said deeds in Book 12750, End as Plan No. 39(A of 2) of 1975, and being described as follows:

 

Beginning at a point at the westerly terminus of Mishawum Road; thence running  N 62°50’32” W, 322.41’(three hundred twenty two and 41/100) feet to a point at the easterly sideline of Ryan Road; thence running N 66°23’30” W, 161.14’(one hundred sixty one and 14/100) feet by the northern terminus of Ryan Road to a point; thence running N 62°50’32” W, 1425.06’(one thousand four hundred twenty five and 06/100) feet to a point on the easterly sideline of New Boston Street; thence running n 8°07’18” e,

369.28’(three hundred sixty nine and 28/100) feet by the easterly sideline of New Boston Street; thence running S 77°56’12” E,5.00’(five and 00/100) feet to a point; thence running S 8°07’18” W, 51.03’(fifty one and 03/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counter clock wise curve having a radius of 300.00’(three hundred and 00/100) feet, 371.57’(three hundred seventy one and 57/100) feet to a point; thence running S 62°50’32” E, 1223.72’( one thousand two hundred twenty three and 72/100) feet to a point; thence running S 52°24’47” E, 55.38’(fifty five and 38/100) feet to a point; thence running S 62°50’32” S, 445.50’(four hundred forty five and 50/100) feet to a point at the westerly terminus of Mishawum Road; thence running S 27°09’28” W, 80.00’(eighty and 00/100) feet by the westerly terminus of said road to the point of beginning; and to accept any fee or easement in said roadway, and drainage, utility and/or other related easements.

 

KATIE LANE

 

As shown on two plans entitled “Definitive Subdivision Plan Lots 1-21 Burlington Street

Woburn, MA Right of Way and Lot Layout Plan Scale: 1”=50’ December 13, 1998 by Corey & Donahue, Inc. ” and recorded with the Middlesex South District Registry of

Deeds in Book 26387, Page 515 as Plan no.  491 of 1996; and “Rock Street Estates” Woburn, Mass. April 26, 1988 Owned by: R&R Realty Trs.” being recorded in said deeds in Book 19020, Page 551 as Plan no. 572 of 1988, and being described as follows:

 

Beginning at a point on the westerly sideline of Rock Street, thence running S 67°21’00” W, 91.31’(ninety one and 31/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counter clock wise curve having a radius of 30.00’(thirty and 00/100) feet, 28.72’(twenty eight and 72/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a clock wise curve having a radius of 40.00’(forty and 00/100) feet, 185.93’(one hundred eighty five and 93/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a counter clock wise curve having a radius of 30.00’(thirty and 00/1000) fee, 16.48’(sixteen and 48/100) feet to a point; thence running on a line 40’ (forty) feet north and parallel to the first course to a point on the westerly sideline of rock street; thence running southerly by the westerly line of said street to the point of beginning; and to accept any fee or easement in said roadway, and drainage, utility and/or other related easements.

 

LAKE CIRCLE

 

As shown on a plan entitled “Subdivision Plan of Land in Woburn, Mass. owner: Julia

Barrucci, 11 Wiley Street, Scale 1”=40” Sept. 16, 1957” and recorded with the Middlesex South District Registry of Deeds on Book 9091, Page 323 as Plan no. 76 of 1958, and being described as follows:

Beginning at a point on the easterly sideline of Lake Terrace; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 25.00’ (twenty five and 00/100) feet, 39.27’ (thirty nine and 27/100) feet to a point; thence running N59°58’50”E, 144.06’ (one hundred forty four and 06/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 50.00’ (fifty and 00/100) feet, 67.02 (sixty seven and 02/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 50.00’ (fifty and 00/100) feet, 212.90’(two hundred twelve and 90/100) feet to a point; thence running S72°48’40”W, 55.25’ (fifty five and 25/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 245.88’ (two hundred forty five and 88/100) feet, 55.06’ (fifty five and 06/100) feet to a point; thence running S59°58’50”W, 144.06’ (one hundred forty four and 06/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 25.00’ (twenty five and 00/100) feet, 39.27’ (thirty nine and 27/100) feet to a point on the easterly sideline of Lake Terrace; thence running southerly by the easterly sideline of said terrace to the point of beginning;  and to accept any fee or easement in said roadway, and drainage, utility and/or other related easements.

 

LAKE TERRACE

 

As shown on two plans entitled Subdivision Plan of Land in Woburn, Mass. owner: Julia

Barrucci, 11 Wiley Street, Scale 1”=40” Sept. 16, 1957” and recorded with the Middlesex

South District Registry of Deeds on Book 9091, Page 323 as Plan no. 76 of 1958; and

“Plan of Lots Woburn, Mass surveyed for James Lichoulas et al by Geo. W. Olson

Woburn, Mass. January 8, 1960, Scale 1”=40’” recorded with the Middlesex South District Registry of Deeds in Book 9551, Page 346 as Plan no. 224 of 1960, and being described as follows:

 

Beginning at a point on the southerly sideline of Lake Street; thence running on a counter clock wise curve having a radius of 30.00’(thirty and 00/100) feet, 55.65’(fifty five and

65/100) feet to a point; thence running S30°01’10” E, 460.86’(four hundred sixty and

86/100) feet more or less to a point on the boundary line between Woburn and

Winchester; thence running by said boundary line S67°57’00” W, 40.39’(forty and 39/100) feet to a point; thence running northwesterly 40.00’(forty and 00/100) feet west and parallel to the second course to a point on the southerly sideline of Lake Street; thence running easterly by the southerly sideline of  said street; and to accept any fee or easement in said roadway, and drainage, utility and/or other related easements.

 

LAUREL STREET

 

As shown on a plan entitled “Plan of Land in Woburn, Mass. George W. Olson, Surveyor

December 2, 1960 and June 10, 1969” and recorded with the Middlesex South District Registry of Deeds in the Land Registration Office Land Court no. 32596A, and being described as follows:

 

Beginning at a point on the southerly sideline of Harvard Street; thence running S2°57’30”E, 439.84’ (four hundred thirty nine and 84/100) feet more or less to a point on the northwesterly sideline of Hawley Street; thence running S48°06’10”W by the northwesterly sideline of said street to a point 40’ west measured perpendicular to the first course; thence running N2°57’30”W, 472.28’ (four hundred seventy two and 28/100) feet to a point on the southerly sideline of Harvard Street; thence running easterly by the southerly sideline of said street to the point of beginning; and to accept any fee or easement in said roadway, and drainage, utility and/or other related easements.

 

LYDON COURT

As shown on plan entitled “Plan of Land Street Acceptance Plan location Lydon Court Woburn, Massachusetts”  dated August 16, 2012” which is on file in the Office of the City Engineer, and being described as follows:

 

Beginning at a point on the westerly sideline of Main Street; thence running S60°12’26”W, 386.56’ (three hundred eighty six and 56/100) feet to a point; thence running N41°47’06”W, 30.67’ (thirty and 67/100) feet to a point; thence running N60°12’26”E, 396.18’ (three hundred ninety six and 18/100) feet to a point on the westerly sideline of Main Street; thence running S23°28’20”E, 30.18’ (thirty and 18/100) feet by the westerly sideline of Main Street to the point of beginning; and to accept any fee or easement in said roadway, and drainage, utility and/or other related easements.

 

MORNINGSIDE DRIVE

As shown on a plan entitled “Definitive Plan of Land in Woburn, Mass. Subdivision Plan

Scale 1”=40’ dated September 16, 1984” and recorded in the Middlesex South District Registry of Deeds in Book 12727, Page 635 as Plan no. 1292 (i of ii) of 1974, and being described as follows:

 

Beginning at a point on the westerly sideline of New Village Road; thence running an a clockwise curve having a radius of 30.00’ (thirty and 00/100) feet, 47.12’ (forty seven and 12/100) feet to a point; thence running N33° 47’ 40”W, 44.00’ (forty four and 00/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 200.00’ (two hundred and 00/100) feet, 76.79’ (seventy six and 79/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 139.90’ (one hundred thirty nine and 90/100) feet , 234.85’ (two hundred thirty four and 85/100) feet to a point, thence running S72° 01’ 31”W, 251.59’ (two hundred fifty one and 59/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 139.61’ (one hundred thirty nine and 61/100) feet, 59.01’ (fifty nine and 01/100) feet to a point of compound curvature; thence running on  a clockwise curve having a radius of 30.00’ (thirty and 00/100) feet, 47.12’ (forty seven and 12/100) feet to the easterly sideline of Highview Road; thence running southerly by the easterly sideline of said road to a point; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 30.00’ (thirty and 00/100) feet, 59.05’ (fifty nine and 05/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 189.61’ (one hundred eighty nine and 61/100) feet, 67.02’ (sixty seven and 02/100) feet to a point; thence running N72° 01’ 31”E, 251.59’ (two hundred fifty one and 59/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 89.90’ (eighty nine and 90/100) feet, 150.92’ (one hundred fifty and 92/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 250.00’ (two hundred fifty and 00/100) feet, 95.99’ (ninety five and 99/100) feet to a point; thence running S33° 47’ 40”E, 44.00’ (forty four and 00/100) feet o a point of curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 30.00’ (thirty and 00/100) feet, 47.12’ (forty seven and 12/100) feet to the northerly sideline of New Village Road; thence running easterly by the northerly sideline of said road to the point of beginning; and any fee or easement in said roadway, and drainage, utility and/or other related easements.

 

MCDEVITT DRIVE

As shown on a plan entitled “Definitive Subdivision Plan of Land “Sunset Acres” in

Woburn, MA (Middlesex County” and recorded with the Middlesex South District Registry of Deeds as Plan no. 84 (2-2) of 1991 and in Book 20997, Page 131, and being described as follows:

 

Beginning at a point on the southerly sideline of Burlwood Lane; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 30.00’ (thirty and 00/100) feet, 46.95’ (forty six and 95/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 125.00’ (one hundred twenty five and 00/100) feet 72.16’ (seventy two and 16/100) feet to a point; thence running, S 79°32’59”, 100.79’ (one hundred and 79/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 153.00’ (one hundred fifty three and 00/100) feet, 31.08’ (thirty one and 08/100) feet to a point compound curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 35.00’ (thirty five and 00/100) feet, 50.11’ (fifty and 11/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 50.00’ (fifty and 00/100) feet, 207.32’ (two hundred thirty seven and 32/100) feet to a point; thence running, N 43°24’32” E, 22.78’ (twenty two and 78/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 203.00’ (two hundred three and 00/100) feet, 128.05’ (one hundred twenty eight and 05/100) feet to a point; thence running, N 79°32’59” W, 100.79’ (one hundred and 79/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 75.00’ (seventy five and 00/100) feet, 41.74’ (forty one and 74/100) feet to a point of compound curvature; thence running on a  clockwise curve having a radius of 30.00’ (thirty and 00/100) feet, 48.27’ (forty eight and 27/100) feet to the southerly sideline of Burlwood Lane; thence running by the southerly sideline of said lane to the point of beginning, and to accept any fee or easement in said roadway, and drainage, utility and/or other related easements.

 

MORNINGSIDE CIRCLE

As shown on  plan entitled “Definitive Plan of Land in Woburn, Mass Subdivision Plan

Scale 1”=40’ September 16, 1974” and recorded with the Middlesex South District Registry of Deeds as Plan no. 1292 (G and I of 11) of 1974 and recorded in Book 12727, 638, and being described as follows:

 

Beginning at a point on the southerly sideline of New Village Road; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 30.00’ (thirty and 00/100) feet, 47.12’ (forty seven and 12/100) feet to a point; thence running, S 33°47’40” E, 101.44’ (one hundred and 44/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 998.07’ (nine hundred ninety eight and 07/100) feet, 78.39’ (seventy eight and 39/100) feet to a point; thence running, S 38°17’40” E, 46.61’ (forty six and 61/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 30.00’ (thirty and 00/100) feet, 26.87’ (twenty six and 87/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 50.00’ (fifty and 00/100) feet, 246.65’ (two hundred forty six and 65/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 30.00’ (thirty and 00/100) feet, 26.87’ (twenty six and 87/100) feet to a point; thence running  N 38°17’40” W, 46.61’ (forty six and 61/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 1038.07’ (one thousand thirty eight and 07/100) feet, 81.53’ (eighty one and 53/100) feet to a point; thence running, N 33°47’40” W, 101.44’ (one hundred one and 44/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 30.00’ (thirty and 00/100) feet, 47.12’ (forty seven and 12/100) feet to the southerly sideline of New Village Road; thence running, northeasterly by the southerly sideline of said road to the point of beginning, and to accept any fee or easement in said roadway, and drainage, utility and/or other related easements.

 

NASON TERRACE

As shown on plan entitled “Definitive Subdivision Plan of Land in Woburn, Mass

Subdivision Plan Scale 1”=20’ Feb. 22, 1985” as recorded in the Middlesex South District Registry of Deeds in the Land Registration Office being a subdivision of Plan no. 12829B, and being described as follows:

 

Beginning at a point on the northerly sideline of Washington Circle; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 30.00’ (thirty and 00/100) feet, 27.04’ (twenty seven and 04/100) feet to a point of compound curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 100.00’ (one hundred and 00/100) feet, 111.08’ (one hundred eleven and 08/100) feet to a point of compound curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 30.00’ (thirty and 00/100) feet, 46.51’ (forty six and 51/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 40.00’ (forty and 00/100) feet, 156.67’ (one  hundred fifty six and 67/100) feet to a point of compound curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 140.00 (one hundred forty and 00/100) feet, 278.55’ (two hundred seventy eight and 55/100) feet to a point on the northerly sideline of

Washington Circle; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 54.34’ (fifty four and 34/100) feet, 69.07’ (sixty nine and 07/100) feet by the northerly sideline of said circle to the point of beginning; and to accept any fee or easement in said roadway, and drainage, utility and/or other related easements.

 

OAK KNOLL DRIVE

 

Being shown on a plan entitled “Rag Rock Hill Subdivision Plan in Woburn, Mass. owner & subdivider Rosnoe Const. Corp. 22 Independence Dr. Woburn, Mass. Lot Layout Plan June 1, 1978” recorded with the Middlesex South District Registry of Deeds as Plan no. 1211 (A of 3) of 1979, and being described as follows:

 

Beginning at a point on the southerly sideline of Rag Rock Drive; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 30.00’ (thirty and 00/100) feet, 47.12’ (forty two and 12/100) feet; thence running S3°35’01”W, 115.84’ (one hundred fifteen and 84/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 30.00’ (thirty and 00/100) feet, 35.59’ (thirty five and 59/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 50.00’ (fifty and 00/100) feet; 216.44’ (two hundred sixteen and 44/100) feet to a point, thence running  3°35’01”E, 190.00’ (one hundred ninety and 00/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 30.00’ (thirty and 00/100) feet, 47.12’ (forty seven and 12/100) feet to a point on the southerly sideline of Rag Rock Drive; thence running S86°24’59”W, 110.00’ (one hundred ten and 00/100) feet by the southerly sideline of said drive to the point of beginning;  and to accept any fee or easement in said roadway, and drainage, utility and/or other related easements.

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RIDGEWOOD LANE

As shown on a plan entitled “Definitive Subdivision Ridgewood Estates Woburn, Mass. Lotting Plan Lots 1-12 & Lots 23-28” recorded in the Middlesex South Registry of Deeds in Book 14316, Page 102 as Plan no. 606 (A of 4) of 1981, and being described as follows:

 

Beginning at a point on the easterly sideline of Waltham Street; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 30.00’(thirty and 00/100) feet, 47.10’( forty seven and 10/100) feet to a point; thence running N 68°43’08” E, 258.15’( two hundred fifty eight and 15/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counter clockwise curve having a radius of 811.00’( eight hundred eleven and 00/100) feet, 141.50’(one hundred forty one and 50/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 30.00’(thirty and 00/100) feet, 27.40’( twenty seven and 40/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 60.00’(sixty and 00/100) feet, 279.62’(two hundred seventy nine and 62/100) feet to a point; thence running along the southern terminus of Heritage Drive to a point; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 761.00’(seven hundred sixty one and 00/100) feet, 37.63’(thirty seven and 63/100) feet to a point; thence running S 68°43’08” W, 288.09’(two hundred eighty eight and 09/100) feet to a point on the easterly sideline of Waltham Street; thence running southerly by the easterly sideline of said street to the point of beginning; and to accept any fee or easement in said roadway, and drainage, utility and/or other related easements.

 

STEPHANIE CIRCLE

 

As shown on a plan entitled “Subdivision Plan of Land in Woburn, Mass. owned by: Paco Realty Trust Scale: 1”=40’ Aug. 6, 1966” recorded in the Middlesex South Registry of Deeds in Book 11396, Page End, as Plan no. 1092 of 1967, and being described as follows:

 

Beginning at a point on the easterly sideline of Salem Street; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 25.00’ (twenty five and 00/100) feet, 42.80’ (forty two eight and 80/100) feet to a point; thence running N59°00’00”E, 132.55’ (one hundred thirty two and 55/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 197.45’ (one hundred ninety seven and 45/100) feet, 79.26’ (seventy nine and 26/100) feet to a point; thence running N36°00’00”E, 29.29’ (twenty nine and 29/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 25.00’ (twenty five and 00/100) feet, 30.77’ (thirty and 77/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 50.00’ (fifty and 00/100) feet, 218.63’ (two hundred eighteen and 63/100) feet to a point; thence running S36°00’00”W, 100.00’ (one hundred and 00/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 147.45’ (one hundred forty seven and 45/100) feet, 59.19’ (fifty nine and 19/100) feet to a point; thence running S59°00’00”W, 140.81’ (one hundred forty and 81/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 25.00’ (twenty five and 00/100) feet, 39.27’ (thirty nine and 27/100) feet to a point on the easterly sideline of Salem Street; thence running southerly by the easterly sideline of said street to the point of beginning, and to accept any fee or easement in said roadway, and drainage, utility and/or other related easements.

 

STEVIN DRIVE

As shown partly on a plan entitled “Ledgewood Heights Subdivision Plan of Land Scale:

1”=40’ Aug. 10, 1979 prepared by Frederick R. Joyce, Co., recorded in the Middlesex South Registry of Deeds in Book 13538, Page End as Plan 1048 (A of 3) of 1978, and partly on Land Registration Plan no. 3386H, a copy of which is filed in Land Registration Book 944, Page 182, and being described as follows:

 

Beginning at a point on the northerly sideline of an ancient road known as Old Lexington Street; thence running N22°15’51”E, 80.76’ (eighty and 76/100) feet to a point; thence running S78°20’09”E, 6.09’ (six and 09/100) feet to a point; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 533.62’ (five hundred thirty three and 62/100) feet,

76.04’ (seventy six and 04/100) feet to a point; thence running N31°01’16”E, 63.64’ (sixty three and 64/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 333.98’ (three hundred thirty three and 98/100) feet, 103.27’ (one hundred three and 27/100) feet and again on the same curve over the westerly terminus of Belford Circle to a point; thence continuing on a curve of the same radius 18.84’ (eighteen and 84/100) feet to a point; thence running

N01°44’41”E, 168.46’ (one hundred sixty eight and 46/100) feet and again on the same course over the westerly terminus of Revere Road and again on the same course 51.50’ (fifty one and 50/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 190.17’ (one hundred ninety and 17/100) feet, 49.63’ (forty nine and 63/100) feet to a point of compound curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 25.00’ (twenty five and 00/100) feet, 31.71’ (thirty one and 71/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 140.92’ (one hundred forty and 92/100) feet, 257.02’ (two hundred fifty seven and 02/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 100.00’ (one hundred and 00/100) feet, 109.95’ (one hundred nine and 95/100) feet to a point of compound curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 415.00’ (four hundred fifteen and 00/100) feet, 125.00’ (one hundred twenty five and 00/100) feet to a point; thence running N65°07’33”E, 138.73’ (one hundred thirty eight and 73/100) feet again on the same course running over the southeasterly terminus of Otis Street to a point, thence again over the same course 63.01’

(sixty three and 01/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 224.84’ (two hundred twenty four and 84/100) feet, 157.86’ ( one hundred fifty seven and 86/100) feet to a point; thence running N2451’53”E, 113.71’ (one hundred thirteen and 71/100) feet to a point of curvature; ۥ thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 70.00’ (seventy and 00/100) feet, 83.33’ (eighty three and 33/100) feet to a point on the southerly sideline of Windsor Drive; thence running westerly along the southerly sideline of said drive to a point at the easterly terminus of Windsor Circle; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 30.47’ (thirty and 47/100) feet, 59.43’ (fifty nine and 43/100) feet to a point; thence running S24°53’51”W, 113.71’ (one hundred thirteen and 71/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 164.84’ (one hundred sixty four and 84/100) feet, 115.74’ (one hundred fifteen and 74/100) feet to a point; thence running S65°07’33”W, 304.19’ (three hundred four and 19/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 475.00’ (four hundred seventy five and 00/100) feet, 292.06’ (two hundred ninety two and 06/100) feet to a point; thence running S29°53’50”W, 178.45’ (one hundred seventy eight and 45/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 250.17’ (two hundred fifty and 17/100) feet, 122.92’ (one hundred twenty two and 92/100) feet to a point; thence running S01°44’41”W, 320.00’ (three hundred twenty and 00/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 273.98’ (two hundred seventy three and 98/100) feet, 178.25’ (one hundred seventy eight and 25/100) feet to a point; thence running S39°01’16”W, 63.64’ (sixty three and 64/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 593.62’ (five hundred ninety three and 62/100) feet, 173.62’ (one hundred seventy three and 62/100) feet to a point on the northerly sideline of Old Lexington Street; thence running northeasterly by the northerly sideline of said road to the point of beginning; and to accept any fee or easement in said roadway, and drainage, utility and/or other related easements.

 

Said right of way being subject to a 50’ wide Northeastern Gas Transmission line easement as shown on said plan.

 

SYLVANUS WOOD LANE

As shown on a plan entitled “Subdivision Plan of Land Wood’s Farm Estates at Whispering Hill in Woburn, Mass. as drawn for Wood’s Farm Estates Realty Trust Scale: 1”=40’ December 1981” recorded in the Middlesex South Registry of Deeds in Book 14555, Page End as Plan 219 of 1982, and being described as follows:

 

Beginning at a point on the westerly sideline of Cambridge Road; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 50.00’ (fifty and 00/100) feet, 88.06’ (eighty eight and 06/100) feet to a point; thence running S50°21’19”W, 143.79’ (one hundred forty three and 79/100) feet to a point; thence running S48°12’57”E, 172.07’ (one hundred seventy two and 07/100) feet to a point; thence running S44°52’01”W, 99.74’

(ninety nine and 74/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 144.94’ (one hundred forty four and 94/100) feet, 145.12’ (one hundred forty five and 12/100) feet to a point; thence running S12°30’00”E, 125.67’ (one hundred twenty five and 67/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 197.35’(one hundred ninety seven and 35/100) feet, 219.48’(two hundred nineteen and 48/100) feet to a point; thence running S51°13’12”W, 283.43’(two hundred eighty three and 43/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 209.17’(two hundred nine and 17/100) feet, 88.19’(eighty eight and 19/100) feet to a point; thence running S27°03’43”W, 303.12’(three hundred three and 12/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 330.00’(three hundred thirty and 00/100) feet, 201.59’(two hundred one and 59/100) feet to a point; thence running S62°03’43”W, 554.21’(five hundred fifty four and 21/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 330.00’(three hundred thirty and 00/100) feet, 111.80’(one hundred eleven and 80/100) feet to a point; thence running S81°28’22”W, 87.94’(eighty seven and 94/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counter clockwise curve having a radius of 270.00’(two hundred seventy and 00/100) feet,100.94’(one hundred and 94/100) feet to a point; thence running S 60°03’10” W, 50.05’(fifty and 05/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counter clockwise curve having a radius of 890.00’(eight hundred ninety and 00/100) feet, 42.85’(forty two and 85/100) feet to a point of compound curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 793.87’(seven hundred ninety three and

87/100) feet, 34.95’(thirty four and 95/100) feet to a point; thence running S54°46’20”W,

47.30’(forty seven and 30/100) feet to a point; thence running N41°09’00”W, 62.32’ (sixty two and 32/100) feet to a point; thence running N54°46’20”E, 87.98’ (eighty seven and 98/100) feet to a point; thence running N57°17’40”E, 41.75’ (forty one and 75/100) feet to a point; thence running N60°03’10”E, 112.47’ (one hundred twelve and 47/100) feet to a point; thence running N81°28’22”E, 62.41’ (sixty two and 41/100) feet to a point. The remaining courses run northerly and easterly to previously described courses and are 60.00’ (sixty and 00/100) feet north thereof and parallel to said courses; and to accept any fee or easement in said roadway, and drainage, utility and/or other related easements.

 

TEDESCO DRIVE F/N/A TEMPLE STREET

 

As shown on a plan entitled “Subdivision Plan of Land on Temple Street in Woburn, Mass. Scale: 1”=40’ July 14, 1988 recorded in the Middlesex South Registry of Deeds in Book 19496, Page 148 as Plan no. 1665 of 1988, and being described as follows:

 

Beginning at a point on the northwesterly sideline of Merrimac Street; thence running N41°21’10”E, 347.64’ (three hundred forty seven and 64/100) feet to a point; thence running N5°13’00 E, 66.69’ (sixty six and 69/100) feet to a point; thence running

N84°47’00”W, 40.00’(forty and 00/100) feet to a point; the right of way lying

40.00’(forty and 00/100) feet west and parallel to the first two courses; and to accept any fee or easement in said roadway, and drainage, utility and/or other related easements.

 

TORY ROW

 

As shown on a plan entitled “Subdivision Plan of Land Wood’s Farm Estates at

Whispering Hill in Woburn, Mass. as drawn for Wood’s Farm Estates Realty Trust Scale: 1”=40’ December 1981” recorded in the Middlesex South Registry of Deeds in Book 14555, Page End as Plan 219 of 1982, and being described as follows:

 

Beginning at a point on the southerly sideline of Sylvanus Wood Lane; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 30.00’ (thirty and 00/100) feet, 47.12’ (forty seven and 12/100) feet to a point of compound curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 85.68’ (eighty five and 68/100) feet, 64.57’ (sixty four and 57/100) feet to a point; thence running S81°57’40”E, 280.35’ (two hundred eight and 35/100) feet; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 225.00’ (two hundred twenty five and 00/100) feet, 147.26’ (one hundred forty seven and 26/100) feet to a point; thence running N60°32’20”E, 267.01’ (two hundred sixty seven and 01/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 30.00’ (thirty and 00/100) feet, 27.40’ (twenty seven and 40/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 60.00’ (sixty and 00/100) feet, 298.10’ (two hundred ninety eight and 10/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 30.00’ (thirty and 00/100) feet, 27.40’ (twenty seven and 40/100) feet to a point; thence running S60°32’20”W, 267.01’ (two hundred sixty seven and 01/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 275.00’ (two hundred seventy five and 00/100) feet, 179.99’ (one hundred seventy nine and 99/100) feet to a point; thence running N81°57’40”W, 245.36’ (two hundred forty five and 36/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 135.68’ (one hundred thirty five and 68/100) feet, 102.25’ (one hundred two and 25/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 30.00’ (thirty and 00/100) feet, 47.12’ (forty seven and 12/100) feet to a point on the southerly sideline of Sylvanus Wood Lane; thence running northeasterly by the southerly sideline of said lane to the point of beginning; and to accept any fee or easement in said roadway, and drainage, utility and/or other related easements.

 

WESTVIEW TERRACE

 

As shown on three plans: “Plan of Land in Woburn, MA”; by Edgar F. Erlanson, C.E. Nov. 17, 1923; “Plan of Land in Woburn, MA:; by G.F. Hartshorn, C.E. 1894; and “Plan of Land Street Acceptance Plan location Westview Terrace Woburn, Massachusetts” dated August 16, 2012”, all of which are on file in the Office of the City Engineer, and being described as follows:

 

Beginning at a point on the southerly sideline of Salem Street; thence running S09°32’02”E, 417.86’ (four hundred seventeen and 86/100) feet to a point; thence running S15°06’43”E, 276.03’ (two hundred seventy six and 03/100) feet to a point; thence running S77°02’30”W, 40.03’ (forty and 03/100) feet to a point; thence running N15°06’43”W, 276.48’ (two hundred seventy six and 48/100) feet to a point; thence running N09°32’02”W, 412.60’ (four hundred twelve and 60/100) feet to a point on the southerly sideline of Salem Street; thence running easterly by the southerly sideline of said street to the point of beginning; and to accept any fee or easement in said roadway, and drainage, utility and/or other related easements.

 

WILLIAM AVENUE

 

As shown on a plan entitled “Subdivision of Lots 1 thru 5, 23 thru 34, 50, 53 thru 83 shown on Plan 9079B and 9079C filed with Certif. of Title No. 15850 and 59167”

August 4, 1971 and recorded in the Middlesex South Registry of Deeds Land

Registration Office, being modified by Massachusetts Highway Layout 6477 shown on a plan entitled “The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Plan of Road in the City of Woburn, Middlesex County, altered and laid out as a state highway by the Department of Public Works February 11, 1982, Scale: 80 feet to an inch” , and being described as follows:

 

Beginning at a point on the northerly sideline of Montvale Avenue; thence running on a counterclockwise curve 37.45’ (thirty seven and 45/100) feet to a point; thence running N27°40’20”W, 222.00’ (two hundred twenty two and 00/100) feet, again on the same course by the easterly terminus of Henry Avenue, again on the same course 100.36’ (one hundred and 36/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 113.80’ (one hundred thirteen and 80/100) feet, 76.93’ (seventy six and 93/100) feet to a point; thence running N66°24’20”W, 120.97’ (one hundred twenty and 97/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 137.12’ (one hundred thirty seven and 12/100) feet, 43.59’ (forty three and 59/100) feet to a point; thence running N84°37’30”W, 680.21’ (six hundred eighty and 21/100) feet, thence running N24°55’30”E,53.05’ (fifty three and 05/100) feet to a point; thence running N84°37’30”E, 662.46’ (six hundred sixty two and 46/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 187.12’ (one hundred eighty seven and 12/100) feet,59.49’ (fifty nine and 49/100) feet to a point; thence running S66°24’20”E, 120.97’ (one hundred twenty and 97/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 163.80’ (one hundred sixty three and 80/100) feet, 110.73’ (one hundred ten and 73/100) feet to a point; thence running S27°40’20”E, 486.20’ (four hundred eighty six and 20/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 102.35’ (one hundred two and 35/100) feet, 0.32’ (zero and 32/100) feet to a point on the northerly sideline of Montvale Avenue; thence running westerly by the northerly sideline of said avenue; and to accept any fee or easement in said roadway, and drainage, utility and/or other related easements.

 

WINDSOR DRIVE

 

As shown on two plans entitled “Ledgewood Heights Subdivision Plan of Land in Woburn, Mass. Scale: 1”=40’ Sept. 10, 1979 prepared for Hillcrest Construction by Allen and Demurjian”, recorded in the Middlesex South Registry of Deeds in Book 14152, Page End as Plan 1519 (A of 2) and (B of 2) of 1980; as modified by a plan entitled “Plan of Land in Woburn (Middlesex County) Scale: 1”=40’ July 15, 1993” recorded in said deeds in Book 24274, Page 458 as Plan no. 132 of 1994, and being described as follows:

 

Beginning at a point on the northerly terminus of Stevin Drive; thence running

S86°52’49”E, 179.23’(one hundred seventy nine and 23/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 140.00’(one hundred forty and 00/100) feet, 54.68’(fifty four and 68/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 125.68’(one hundred twenty five and 68/100) feet, 49.09’(forty nine and 09/100) feet to a point; thence running N3°07’11”E,

40.00’(forty and 00/100) feet by the westerly terminus of Bay Street; thence running N86°52’49” W, 629.51’(six hundred twenty nine and 51/100) feet to a point of curvature; thence running on a counterclockwise curve having a radius of 60.00’ (sixty and 00/100) feet, 270.66’ (two hundred seventy and 66/100) feet to a point of reverse curvature; thence running on a clockwise curve having a radius of 40.00’(forty and 00/100) feet,54.78’(fifty four and 78/100) feet to a point; thence running S86°52’49”E,

102.17’(one hundred two and 17/100) feet to a point on the northerly terminus of Stevin Drive; thence running easterly by the northern terminus of said drive to the point of beginning; and to accept any fee or easement in said roadway, and drainage, utility and/or other related easements.

 

s/President Denaro

 

Motion made and 2nd that the MATTER be REFERRED TO PUBLIC HEARING, 8 in favor, 0 opposed, 1 absent (Mercer-Bruen absent).

 

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ORDERED     That the City Council forward a communication to the Massachusetts Board of Education relative to charter schools in the form substantially as attached hereto.

 

s/Alderman DiTucci

 

Attached thereto was the following:

 

Massachusetts Department of Elementary

and Secondary Education

Charter School Office

75 Pleasant Street

Malden, MA  02148

 

Dear Board Members,

 

The City Council of Woburn would like to express its opposition to granting a license to the Pioneer Science Charter School IV. Although we have the highest regard for the school, its staff, students and administrators, we believe that the damage it will inflict on the city’s fragile school budget will cause irreparable harm to the District.

 

In early December, Governor Patrick announced aid cuts to cities and towns as well as to school reimbursements for FY2013. Our educational system is already severely taxed by a number of unfunded mandates as well as ever-increasing special education costs.  Our schools serve some of the Commonwealth’s neediest children including severely disabled, ESL, low income and homeless students.

 

As the host community, it is not unreasonable to expect Woburn to send 60-80 students to the charter school. At today’s cost per student, this represents between $744,000 to $992,000 dollars that would be drained from our school budget, increasing annually. In addition, there would be increased transportation costs associated with a longer school year and new bus routes.

 

Our city and our schools cannot readily absorb that loss without significant financial pain and hardship to our residents who are already paying for a quality education for our children. It is unconscionable to ask them to pay even more when many are struggling in these dire economic times.

 

In addition, the drop in enrollment will have a bearing on our school building plans. We are in the home stretch of a multi-facility building project based on specific enrollment assumptions.  If those numbers are affected by the charter school, it will require a costly reevaluation and a delay that will impact school parity in the city.

 

We respectfully request that you take the overarching needs of the community into consideration when making your decision to allow a charter school to serve Woburn and that you deny the application. Thank you in advance for your time and attention to this matter.

 

Alderman DiTucci stated that she attended the public hearing last week relative to a petition by the Pioneer Charter School of Everett to locate in Woburn, that the school provides a good service but the school comes with a cost, that it is anticipated that sixty to eighty Woburn students would attend, that the city would pay the costs for Woburn students who attend the school, that there would be additional transportation costs as well for the extended day and after-school programs, that the school is proposed to open in 2014 with grades 7 through 9, that the proposal is to have grades 7 through 12 within three years, that the school is looking to increase enrollment to grades Pre-K to 6 in one of their schools and this may be the future of the proposed Woburn school, that each community with a Charter School has had to increase the budget to cover both the costs of the students who left the local school and to maintain the services at the current local school, that although the results of the Charter School are wonderful the Woburn community cannot afford the costs of supporting this school, and that the city already provides one school system and should not have to support a second school. Alderman Haggerty stated that issue came up quickly and the public comment period ends January 4, 2013 at the Massachusetts Department of Education, and that the city should have been given more time to review this matter. Motion made and 2nd that the ORDER be ADOPTED, 8 in favor, 0 opposed, 1 absent (Mercer-Bruen absent).

Presented to the Mayor December 20, 2012 and ten days having elapsed without same being approved, said Order became effective without his signature on January 1, 2013.

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Motion made and 2nd to ADJOURN, 8 in favor, 0 opposed, 1 absent (Mercer-Bruen absent). Meeting adjourned at 6:46 p.m.

 

A TRUE RECORD ATTEST:

 

 

 

William C. Campbell

City Clerk and Clerk of the City Council

 

 

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