PRINTER'S NO. 256
THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF PENNSYLVANIA
SENATE BILL
No.
274
Session of
2021
INTRODUCED BY FONTANA, FEBRUARY 24, 2021
REFERRED TO STATE GOVERNMENT, FEBRUARY 24, 2021
AN ACT
Authorizing the Department of General Services, with the
approval of the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs
and the Governor, to grant and convey, at a price to be
determined through a competitive bid process, certain lands,
buildings and improvements situate in Coraopolis Borough,
Allegheny County.
The General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
hereby enacts as follows:
Section 1. Conveyance in Coraopolis Borough, Allegheny County.
(a) Authorization.--The Department of General Services, with
the approval of the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs
and the Governor, is hereby authorized on behalf of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to grant and convey, at a price to
be determined through competitive bidding, the following tract
of land described under subsection (b) together with any
buildings, structures or improvements thereon, situate in
Coraopolis Borough, Allegheny County.
(b) Property description.--The property to be conveyed under
subsection (a) consists of a tract of approximately 2.09 acres
of land and improvements located thereon, bounded and described
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as follows:
ALL THAT CERTAIN PIECE, PARCEL OR LOT OF LAND, with
improvements thereon, situate in the Borough of Coraopolis,
County of Allegheny, and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, bounded
and described as follows:
BEGINNING on the northerly side of Fifth Avenue at a point
distant one hundred five (105) feet Westwardly from the Westerly
line of Kendall Street and at the dividing line between Lot
Numbers Two Hundred Fifty and Two Hundred Fifty-one (#250 and
#251) in the plan hereinafter mentioned; thence along the
Northerly side of Fifth Avenue North 59° 36' West three hundred
(300) feet to the dividing line between Lot Numbers Two Hundred
Fifty-six and Two Hundred Fifty-seven (#256 and #257) in said
plan; thence along said dividing line and said dividing line
produced North 30° 24' East two hundred ninety-nine and four
hundred eighty-five thousandths (299.485) feet to the Southerly
side of Fourth Avenue; thence along said side of Fourth Avenue
South 60° 52' East three hundred and seven hundredths (300.07)
feet to a point on said Avenue distant measured along said side
thereof one hundred eight and sixty-two hundredths (108.62) feet
Westwardly from the Southwesterly corner of Fourth Avenue and
Kendall Street; thence South 30° 24'West, being along the
extension of the dividing line between Lot Numbers Two Hundred
Fifty and Two Hundred Fifty-one (#250 and #251) in said plan and
the said dividing line, three hundred six and twelve hundredths
(306.12) feet to the Northerly side of Fifth avenue at the place
of beginning.
BEING all of Lot Numbers Two Hundred Fifty-one to Two Hundred
Fifty-six (#251 to #256) inclusive, Lot Numbers Two Hundred
Sixty-four to Two Hundred Sixty-eight (#264 to #268) inclusive
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and parts of Lot Numbers Two Hundred Sixty-three and Two Hundred
Sixty-nine (#263 and #269) in the plan of lots laid out by
Samuel N. Riter and recorded in the Office for the recording of
Deeds, etc. in and for said County of Allegheny in Plan Book
Vol. 15, Page 108, and all of the ground included within the
lines of that part of the twenty (20) foot alley, vacated as
hereinafter recited, formerly extending from Kendall Street to
Watt Street, between Fourth Avenue and fifth Avenue, as shown on
the plan of the said Borough of Coraopolis, adopted April 1st,
1889 and recorded in the Office for the recording of deeds, etc.
in and for said Allegheny County on September 10th, 1889, in
Plan Book Vol. 9, Page 86. The aforesaid plan of Samuel N. Riter
was laid out to conform with the lines of said alley as adopted
by the said Borough, and that portion of said alley running
through the premises above described was duly vacated by
Ordinance Number Five Hundred Thirteen (#513) of the said
Borough, approved April 1st, 1912, a full and correct copy of
the ordinance of said Borough vacating said alley having been
duly recorded on the Twenty-fourth day of May, A.D. 1912 in the
Office for the recording of Deeds, etc. in and for said County
of Allegheny in Deed Book Vol. 1737 Page 355, in accordance with
the provisions of the Act of Assembly approved May 23rd, 1907,
P.L. 223. Being the same premises conveyed to the Borough of
Coraopolis by Samuel N. Riter by deed dated December 20th, 1911
and recorded May 24th, A.D. 1912 in the Office for the recording
of Deeds, etc. in and for said Allegheny County in Deed Book
Vol. 1737 Page 357.
(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,
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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) Deed of conveyance.--The conveyance shall be by Special
Warranty Deed executed by the Secretary of General Services in
the name of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
(e) Restrictions.--The Secretary of General Services may
impose any covenants, conditions or restrictions on the property
described under subsection (b) at settlement as determined to be
in the best interests of the Commonwealth.
(f) Costs and fees.--The proceeds from the sale shall be
deposited in the State Treasury Armory Fund.
Section 2. Effective date.
This act shall take effect immediately.
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