CONVEYANCES - COMMONWEALTH PROPERTY IN CANAAN TOWNSHIP, WAYNE COUNTY, AND
                     IN CITY OF ALTOONA, BLAIR COUNTY
                   Act of Sep. 18, 2009, P.L. 4, No. 43               Cl. 85
                                  AN ACT

     Authorizing the Department of General Services, with the
        approval of the Governor, to grant and convey to the Waymart
        Area Historical Society, or its assigns, certain land,
        buildings and improvements situate in the Township of Canaan,
        Wayne County; and authorizing and directing the Department of
        General Services, with the approval of the Governor, to grant
        and convey to Altoona Regional Health System certain lands
        situate in the City of Altoona, Blair County.

        The General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
     hereby enacts as follows:

     Section 1.  Conveyance in Canaan Township, Wayne County.
        (a)  Authorization.--The Department of General Services, with
     the approval of the Governor, is hereby authorized on behalf of
     the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to grant and convey to the
     Waymart Area Historical Society, or its assigns, certain land,
     buildings and improvements situate in the Township of Canaan,
     Wayne County, for $10,000.
        (b)  Property description.--The property to be conveyed
     pursuant to this section consists of approximately 2.76 acres
     and buildings bounded and more particularly described as
     follows:
        BEGINNING at a point or corner, located in the center of the
     right of way of Route 6/State Route 0006, at the intersection,
     with a certain entrance/exit roadway, leading south, into and
     through, lands of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (D.B. 97, P.
     98 - The First (Parcel) Thereof:); thence, along the center of
     the right of way of the aforesaid Route 6/State Route 0006, the
     following two, curvilinear and/or chord, courses and distances:
     Along the arc of a curve to the right, in a northwesterly
     direction, having a central angle of 11 degrees 35 minutes 51
     seconds, with a radius of 1432.69 feet, a distance or arc length
     of 290.00 feet to a point or corner and North 61 degrees 29
     minutes 09 seconds West 85.01 feet to a point or corner; thence,
     departing from said public highway and through lands formerly of
     the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (D.B. 97, P. 98 - The First
     (Parcel) Thereof:); the following four courses and distances:
     North 27 degrees 36 minutes 54 seconds East 403.77 feet to an
     iron pin corner set, located southwesterly of a certain private
     roadway; thence, South 62 degrees 23 minutes 06 seconds East
     100.00 feet to an iron pin corner set, located southwesterly of
     the aforesaid private roadway; thence, South 24 degrees 43
     minutes 05 seconds East 344.28 feet to an iron pin corner set,
     located southwesterly of the aforesaid private roadway and;
     thence, South 27 degrees 18 minutes 14 seconds West (Crossing a
     certain private driveway, at 40 feet (more or less), which
     extends northwesterly from its intersection with the aforesaid
     private roadway referenced herein) 170.00 feet to the place of
     BEGINNING.
        CONTAINING 2.76-acres more or less.
        BEING part of the same premises conveyed, released and
     remised to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania by The Delaware and
     Hudson Company (Formerly the President, Managers, and Company of
     the Delaware and Hudson Canal Company), by indenture, dated
     February 19, 1907, and recorded in Wayne County Deed Book Volume
     97, Page 98.
        (c)  Conditions.--The conveyance shall be made under and
     subject to all lawful and enforceable easements, servitudes and
     rights of others, including, but not confined to, streets,
     roadways and rights of any telephone, telegraph, water,
     electric, gas or pipeline companies, as well as under and
     subject to any lawful and enforceable estates or tenancies
     vested in third persons appearing of record, for any portion of
     the land or improvements erected thereon.
        (d)  Restricted use.--The conveyance authorized under this
     section shall be made under and subject to the condition, which
     shall be contained in the deed of conveyance, that no portion of
     the property conveyed shall be used as a licensed facility as
     defined in 4 Pa.C.S. § 1103 (relating to definitions) or any
     other similar type of facility authorized under State law. The
     condition shall be a covenant running with the land and shall be
     binding upon the grantee, its successors and assigns. Should the
     grantee, its successors or assigns permit any portion of the
     property authorized to be conveyed in this section to be used in
     violation of this subsection, the title shall immediately revert
     to and revest in the grantor.
        (e)  Required use.--The conveyance authorized by this section
     shall also be made under and subject to the following covenants,
     conditions and restrictions that the grantee, its successors and
     assigns shall use the property and buildings or structures
     existing or hereinafter permitted to be erected on the property
     solely for historical and/or historical interpretive purposes.
     Any new construction, rehabilitation, alteration or demolition
     on the property shall be consistent with and done in accordance
     with any standards for rehabilitation and guidelines for
     rehabilitating historic buildings adopted by the Secretary of
     the Interior. The grantee, its successors and assigns shall not
     make any physical alterations to the exterior of any structures
     on the property except as provided in this act and only with the
     prior written consent of the grantor or its designee. Should the
     grantee, its successors or assigns convey or attempt to convey
     the property, alter the property without the prior written
     consent of grantor or utilize the property for any purpose
     inconsistent with this subsection, the lands shall immediately
     revert to and revest in the grantor. The covenants, conditions
     and restrictions shall run with the land in perpetuity.
        (f)  Deed.--The deed of conveyance shall be by special
     warranty deed and shall be executed by the Secretary of General
     Services in the name of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
        (g)  Costs and fees.--Costs and fees incidental to this
     conveyance, which shall not exceed $10,000, shall be borne by
     the grantee and paid to the Department of General Services.
        (h)  Alternative disposition.--In the event that this
     conveyance is not executed within 12 months of the effective
     date of this section, the property may be disposed of in
     accordance with section 2405-A of the act of April 9, 1929 (P.L.
     177, No.175), known as The Administrative Code of 1929.
        (i)  Deposit of sale proceeds.--The proceeds from the sale
     shall be deposited in the General Fund.
     Section 2.  Conveyance in City of Altoona, Blair County.
        (a)  Authorization.--The Department of General Services, with
     the approval of the Governor, is hereby authorized on behalf of
     the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to grant and convey to Altoona
     Regional Health System certain land and buildings situate in the
     City of Altoona, Blair County, for $250,000 in accordance with a
     lease and option to purchase agreement with the Department of
     General Services dated May 1, 2007.
        (b)  Property Description.--The property to be conveyed under
     this section consists of approximately 2.70 acres and
     improvements thereon bounded and more particularly described as
     follows:
        BEGINNING at a stake marking the intersection of the
     Southeasterly property line of Willow Avenue with the
     Southwesterly property line of Fourth Street; thence along the
     Southwesterly property line of said Fourth Street South fifty
     one (51) degrees fifty two (52) minutes zero (0) seconds East
     two hundred eighty and thirty three one-hundredths (280.33) feet
     to an iron pin at the center line of Walnut Avenue (now closed);
     thence continuing by said line of Fourth Street South fifty one
     (51) degrees fifty three (53) minutes twenty seven (27) seconds
     East two hundred eighty and twenty one one-hundredths (280.21)
     feet to a stake on the Northwesterly property line of Howard
     Avenue; thence along the Northwesterly property line of said
     Howard Avenue South thirty eight (38) degrees seven (7) minutes
     ten (10) seconds West one hundred seventy three and sixty one-
     hundredths (173.60) feet to a stake at lands now or formerly of
     the Altoona Hospital; thence along said Hospital property North
     fifty one (51) degrees forty (40) minutes fifty (50) seconds
     West three hundred fifty two and forty one-hundredths (352.40)
     feet to a stake; thence continuing by same South forty three
     (43) degrees forty eight (48) minutes thirty (30) seconds West
     one hundred four (104) feet to a stake; thence by same North
     fifty one (51) degrees two (2) minutes forty eight (48) seconds
     West one hundred ninety seven and eighty nine one-hundredths
     (197.89) feet to a stake on the Southeasterly property line of
     Willow Avenue, (said point being North thirty eight (38) degrees
     seven (7) minutes thirty one (31) seconds East one hundred
     twenty five and twelve one-hundredths (125.12) feet from the
     property line of Fifth Street); thence along the Southeasterly
     property line of Willow Avenue North thirty eight (38) degrees
     seven (7) minutes thirty one (31) seconds east two hundred
     seventy two and ninety nine one-hundredths (272.99) feet to a
     stake on the Southwesterly property line on Fourth Street, the
     point and place of beginning.
        CONTAINING 2.70-acres, more or less.
        BEING the same premises conveyed from the Altoona Hospital,
     to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, General State Authority, by
     deed dated February 24, 1969 and recorded March 25, 1969 in the
     Blair County, Recorder of Deeds Office in Deed Book Volume 884,
     Page 626.
        BEING the same parcel and tract of land conveyed to the
     Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of General Services, by
     the General State Authority in its deed, dated June 16, 1989,
     recorded in the Blair County, Recorder of Deeds Office in Deed
     Book Volume 1178, Page 451.
        (c)  Conditions.--The conveyance shall be made under and
     subject to all lawful and enforceable easements, servitudes and
     rights of others, including, but not confined to, streets,
     roadways and rights of any telephone, telegraph, water,
     electric, gas or pipeline companies, as well as under and
     subject to any lawful and enforceable estates or tenancies
     vested in third persons appearing of record, for any portion of
     the land or improvements erected thereon.
        (d)  Covenant.--A conveyance authorized under this act shall
     be made under and subject to the condition, which shall be
     contained in the deed of conveyance, that no portion of the
     property conveyed shall be used as a licensed facility as
     defined in 4 Pa.C.S. § 1103 (relating to definitions) or any
     other similar type of facility authorized under State law. The
     condition shall be a covenant running with the land and shall be
     binding upon the grantee, its successors and assigns. Should the
     grantee, its successors or assigns permit a portion of the
     property authorized to be conveyed in this act to be used in
     violation of this subsection, the title shall immediately revert
     to and revest in the grantor.
        (e)  Deed.--The deed of conveyance shall be by special
     warranty deed and shall be executed by the Secretary of General
     Services in the name of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
        (f)  Costs and fees.--Costs and fees incidental to this
     conveyance shall be borne by the grantee.
        (g)  Alternate disposal of property.--In the event that this
     conveyance is not executed in accordance with a lease and option
     to purchase agreement with the Department of General Services,
     dated May 1, 2007, the property may be disposed of in accordance
     with section 2406-A of the act of April 9, 1929 (P.L.177,
     No.175), known as The Administrative Code of 1929.
     Section 3.  Effective date.
        This act shall take effect immediately.