senate Bill S7621

Relates to authorizing a restaurant-brewers license for the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park

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  • 19 / May / 2014
    • REFERRED TO INVESTIGATIONS AND GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS
  • 02 / Jun / 2014
    • 1ST REPORT CAL.1098
  • 03 / Jun / 2014
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  • 09 / Jun / 2014
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  • 20 / Jun / 2014
    • SUBSTITUTED BY A9846

Summary

Relates to authorizing a restaurant-brewers license for the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park.

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Bill Details

See Assembly Version of this Bill:
A9846
Versions:
S7621
Legislative Cycle:
2013-2014
Law Section:
Alcoholic Beverage Control Law
Laws Affected:
Amd §101, ABC L

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BILL NUMBER:S7621

TITLE OF BILL: An act to amend the alcoholic beverage control law, in
relation to authorizing the issuance of a license to manufacture and
sell alcoholic beverages to the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde
Park, New York

SUMMARY OF PROVISIONS:

Section 1 adds a new subdivision 7 to section 101 of the alcoholic
beverage control law that authorizes the Culinary Institute of America
to be issued a license to manufacture and sell alcoholic beverages

Section 2 sets an immediate effective date

JUSTIFICATION:

The Culinary Institute of American actually began as the New Haven
Restaurant Institute on May 22, 1946 in downtown New Haven, CT as the
first and only school of its kind in the United States. It was founded
to train returning World War II veterans in the culinary arts and had
a beginning enrollment of 50 students and employed a chef, baker, and
dietitian. Over the next twenty five years, the school grew and
decided to move its campus to Hyde Park, New York after also
considering sites in Chicago, Atlanta, and Columbia, Maryland.

Since 1972, the Culinary Institute of America as it is known today has
become the world's premier culinary college that has consistently
garnered praise for its innovative work in culinary education,
research, and industry service. The campus has long been an important
destination for both New Yorkers and visitors from all parts of the
world who love to dine at the incredible restaurants that are part of
the Hyde Park campus and enjoy the beauty of the Hudson Valley.

The craft brewing industry is booming and in its latest development to
create new economic opportunities in the food industry, the Culinary
Institute of America has joined with Brooklyn Brewery to develop a
small brewery on the college's Hyde Park campus that is expected to
open to the public in summer 2015. The brewery will not only service
the teaching restaurants that are open to the public bringing tourists
from around the world to sample the fine food of the CIA students but
it will also serve as the means for adding courses in craft beer
making to the CIA's curriculum. This legislation would allow this
partnership to flourish by granting the Culinary Institute of America
a license to manufacture and sell alcoholic beverages directly on its
campus.

LEGISLATIVE HISTORY:

This is a new bill.

EFFECTIVE DATE:

This act shall take effect immediately.

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                    S T A T E   O F   N E W   Y O R K
________________________________________________________________________

                                  7621

                            I N  S E N A T E

                              May 19, 2014
                               ___________

Introduced  by  Sen.  GIPSON -- read twice and ordered printed, and when
  printed to be committed to the Committee on Investigations and Govern-
  ment Operations

AN ACT to amend the alcoholic  beverage  control  law,  in  relation  to
  authorizing the issuance of a license to manufacture and sell alcohol-
  ic  beverages  to  the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New
  York

  THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, REPRESENTED IN SENATE AND  ASSEM-
BLY, DO ENACT AS FOLLOWS:

  Section  1.  Section  101  of  the  alcoholic  beverage control law is
amended by adding a new subdivision 7 to read as follows:
  7. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER PROVISION OF LAW  TO  THE  CONTRARY,  THE
STATE LIQUOR AUTHORITY MAY ISSUE A LICENSE UNDER PARAGRAPH (B) OF SUBDI-
VISION  FIVE  OF  SECTION  SIXTY-FOUR-C  OF THIS CHAPTER TO THE CULINARY
INSTITUTE OF AMERICA, THE OWNER AND OPERATOR OF THE PARCELS DESCRIBED IN
THIS SUBDIVISION, NOTWITHSTANDING THAT SUCH BEER BREWED ON ITS  PREMISES
SHALL  BE  SOLD TO RESTAURANT LICENSEES ON ITS PREMISES BY SAID CULINARY
INSTITUTE OF AMERICA DIRECTLY AND NOT THROUGH A NEW YORK STATE  LICENSED
BEER  WHOLESALER.  THE  LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS FOR THE PARCELS IDENTIFIED AS
THE SITE ARE AS FOLLOWS:

                               SCHEDULE A

  ALL THAT CERTAIN TRACT, LOT AND PARCEL OF LAND LYING AND BEING IN  THE
TOWN  OF HYDE PARK, COUNTY OF DUTCHESS AND STATE OF NEW YORK, BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
  BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE EASTERLY SIDE OF  ALBANY  POST  ROAD  (NYS
ROUTE  9),  SAID  POINT  BEING  THE  SOUTHWESTERLY  CORNER OF THE HEREIN
DESCRIBED PREMISES AND THE NORTHWESTERLY CORNER OF LANDS NOW OR FORMERLY
OF TRAVER; RUNNING THENCE ALONG THE SAID EASTERLY SIDE  OF  ALBANY  POST
ROAD  THE  FOLLOWING  FOUR  (4) COURSES AND DISTANCES: NORTH 03° 15' 30"
EAST 68.91 FEET, NORTH 09° 35' 20" EAST 31.09 FEET, NORTH  06°  53'  00"
EAST  148.62  FEET,  AND NORTH 12° 25' 00" EAST 62.03 FEET TO THE CORNER
FORMED BY THE INTERSECTION OF THE SAID EASTERLY SIDE OF ALBANY POST ROAD

 EXPLANATION--Matter in ITALICS (underscored) is new; matter in brackets
                      [ ] is old law to be omitted.
                                                           LBD15273-01-4

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AND THE SOUTHERLY SIDE OF WEST DORSEY LANE;  RUNNING  THENCE  ALONG  THE
SAID  SOUTHERLY  SIDE  OF  WEST DORSEY LANE NORTH 38° 26' 00" EAST 25.02
FEET, NORTH 63° 13' 00" EAST 37.83 FEET, AND  NORTH  67°  25'  00"  EAST
121.38  FEET  TO  THE  NORTHWEST  CORNER  OF  LANDS  NOW  OR FORMERLY OF
FIRNEISS; RUNNING THENCE ALONG THE WESTERLY AND SOUTHERLY LINE OF  LANDS
NOW  OR  FORMERLY  OF  FIRNEISS,  SOUTH 03° 16' 59" EAST 179.57 FEET AND
SOUTH 79° 13' 59" EAST 121.73 FEET TO LANDS NOW OR FORMERLY OF  MAIDMAN;
RUNNING THENCE ALONG THE WESTERLY LINE OF LANDS NOW OR FORMERLY OF MAID-
MAN  SOUTH  28°  34' 00" WEST 105.08 FEET, SOUTH 32° 18' 00", EAST 12.15
FEET, AND SOUTH 35° 55' 00" WEST 193.04 FEET TO LANDS NOW OR FORMERLY OF
TRAVER; RUNNING THENCE ALONG LANDS NOW OR FORMERLY OF TRAVER  NORTH  68°
00'  00" WEST 188.12 FEET TO THE SAID EASTERLY SIDE OF ALBANY POST ROAD,
THE POINT OR PLACE OF BEGINNING.
  EXCEPTING AND RESERVING THEREFROM:
  ALL THAT PIECE OR PARCEL OF PROPERTY HEREINAFTER DESIGNATED AS  PARCEL
NO.  72,  BEING A PORTION OF SECTION 6063-02, PARCEL 987506, AS SHOWN ON
THE OFFICIAL TAX MAP, SITUATE IN THE TOWN OF HYDE PARK, COUNTY OF DUTCH-
ESS, STATE OF NEW YORK AS SHOWN ON THE ACCOMPANYING MAP AND DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS:
  PARCEL NO. 72
  BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE SOUTHEASTERLY  BOUNDARY  OF  THE  EXISTING
WEST DORSEY LANE AT THE INTERSECTION OF THE SAID BOUNDARY WITH THE DIVI-
SION  LINE  BETWEEN  THE PROPERTY OF HERBERT REDL (REPUTED OWNER) ON THE
WEST AND THE  PROPERTY  OF  MICHAEL  FIRNEISS  AND  MARGARETHA  FIRNEISS
(REPUTED  OWNER) ON THE EAST, SAID POINT BEING 160+ FEET DISTANT EASTER-
LY, MEASURED AT RIGHT ANGLES, FROM STATION H2654-74+ OF THE  HEREINAFTER
DESCRIBED    SURVEY    BASELINE    FOR   THE   RECONSTRUCTION   OF   THE
POUGHKEEPSIE-HYDE PARK STATE HIGHWAY NO.  453;  THENCE  SOUTHERLY  ALONG
SAID DIVISION LINE 59+ FEET TO A POINT 168+ FEET DISTANT EASTERLY, MEAS-
URED  AT  RIGHT  ANGLES,  FROM STATION H265+16+ OF SAID BASELINE; THENCE
THROUGH THE PROPERTY OF HERBERT REDL (REPUTED OWNER) THE  FOLLOWING  TWO
(2)  COURSES  AND  DISTANCES:  (1)  SOUTH 74° 03'-27" WEST 68+ FEET TO A
POINT 101.00 FEET DISTANT  EASTERLY,  MEASURED  AT  RIGHT  ANGLES,  FROM
STATION H265+08.00 OF SAID BASELINE; AND (2) NORTH 30° 39' 40" WEST, 32+
FEET  TO  A POINT ON THE SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY OF SAID EXISTING WEST DORSEY
LANE, THE LAST MENTIONED POINT BEING 86± FEET DISTANT EASTERLY, MEASURED
AT  RIGHT  ANGLES,  FROM  STATION  H265+37+  OF  SAID  BASELINE;  THENCE
NORTHEASTERLY  ALONG  THE  LAST MENTIONED BOUNDARY OF SAID EXISTING WEST
DORSEY LANE, 83+ FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING; BEING 3,327 SQUARE FEET
OR 0.076 ACRE MORE OR LESS.
  THE ABOVE MENTIONED SURVEY BASELINE IS A PORTION OF  THE  1988  SURVEY
BASELINE  FOR  THE  RECONSTRUCTION  OF THE POUGHKEEPSIE-HYDE PARK, STATE
HIGHWAY NO. 453 AS SHOWN ON A MAP AND PLAN ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF  THE
STATE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
  BEGINNING  AT  A  STATION  H258+36.14; THENCE NORTH 09° 19'45" WEST TO
STATION H267+62.73.
  ALL BEARINGS REFERRED TO TRUE NORTH AT THE 74' - 20' MERIDIAN OF  WEST
LONGITUDE.
  SUBJECT  TO  UTILITY  COMPANY AGREEMENTS, EASEMENTS, COVENANTS, CONDI-
TIONS AND RESTRICTIONS OF RECORD.
  SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING RESTRICTIONS, TO RUN WITH THE LAND IN  PERPE-
TUITY  AND  BE ENFORCEABLE AT LAW OR IN EQUITY BY THE PARTY OF THE FIRST
PART, ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS:
  (I) THE PREMISES MAY NOT BE USED, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, FOR ANY FORM OF
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, BANDS OR DJ'S, AT  ANY

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TIME;  PROVIDED  HOWEVER, THIS RESTRICTION SHALL AUTOMATICALLY TERMINATE
FIVE (5) YEARS FROM THE DATE OF THIS DEED; AND
  (II) IF THE PREMISES ARE USED TO SERVE ANY FORM OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE,
THE  PREMISES  MUST  BE  CLOSED FOR BUSINESS NO LATER THAN 11:59 O'CLOCK
P.M. EVERY DAY; PROVIDED, HOWEVER, THIS RESTRICTION SHALL  AUTOMATICALLY
TERMINATE FIVE (5) YEARS FROM THE DATE OF THIS DEED.
  THE  PARTY  OF THE SECOND PART WAIVES AND RELEASES ANY CLAIM THAT SAID
RESTRICTIONS ARE UNENFORCEABLE FOR ANY REASON, INCLUDING THE  ALLEGATION
THAT  SUCH  RESTRICTIONS  CONSTITUTE A RESTRAINT UPON ALIENATION, ARE AN
UNREASONABLE RESTRICTION OR RESTRAINT ON BUSINESS OR  ECONOMIC  DEVELOP-
MENT,  ARE A VIOLATION OF ANY LAW, REGULATION OR RIGHT, OR THAT THEY ARE
NOT FOR THE BENEFIT OF ADJOINING LANDS, OR ARE  NOT  PART  OF  A  COMMON
SCHEME  OR PLAN, IT BEING CLEARLY UNDERSTOOD AND EXPRESSLY AGREED BY THE
PARTIES THAT THESE RESTRICTIONS ARE FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE PARTY OF  THE
FIRST  PART'S  OTHER  BUSINESSES  AND PROPERTIES, FOR THE TERM SET FORTH
ABOVE BOTH NOW AND HEREAFTER, AND THAT THE  LACK  OF  SUCH  RESTRICTIONS
WILL  DAMAGE  AND HARM THE GRANTOR, ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS.  WITHOUT
ALL OF THESE RESTRICTIONS, THE PARTY OF THE FIRST PART  WOULD  NOT  SELL
THE  PREMISES  TO  THE  PARTY  OF  THE SECOND PART. IN ANY PROCEEDING TO
ENFORCE SAID RESTRICTIONS OR PREVENT THE VIOLATION THEREOF, THE PARTY OF
THE FIRST PART SHALL BE ENTITLED TO JUDGMENT FOR ITS COSTS  AND  REASON-
ABLE ATTORNEY'S FEES.
  THE   PARTIES   EXECUTE   THIS   DEED  TO  ACKNOWLEDGE  THE  PRECEDING
RESTRICTIONS.
  THE PREMISES ARE NOT IN AN  AGRICULTURAL  DISTRICT  AND  ARE  ENTIRELY
OWNED BY THE TRANSFEROR.
  THIS  CONVEYANCE WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED BY THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF
THE GRANTOR CORPORATION AND ALL OF ITS SHAREHOLDERS. THIS  STATEMENT  IS
MADE PURSUANT TO SECTION 909 OF THE BUSINESS CORPORATION LAW.

                               SCHEDULE B

  ALL  THAT  PLOT, PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND SITUATE AND BEING IN THE TOWN
OF HYDE PARK, COUNTY OF DUTCHESS AND STATE  OF  NEW  YORK,  BOUNDED  AND
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
  BEGINNING  AT  A  POINT  ON  THE WESTERLY BOUNDARY OF US ROUTE 9, (AKA
ALBANY POST ROAD), SAID POINT BEING  THE  SOUTHEASTERLY  CORNER  OF  THE
HEREIN DESCRIBED PARCEL AND SAID POINT BEING THE NORTHEASTERLY CORNER OF
THE  LANDS  NOW OR FORMERLY OF ST ANDREWS CHAPEL; THENCE ALONG THE DIVI-
SION LINE BETWEEN THE HEREIN DESCRIBED PARCEL  AND  SAID  LANDS  NOW  OR
FORMERLY  OF  ST ANDREWS CHAPEL; N 75°47'50" W 14.13 FEET, N 88°00'00" W
19.26 FEET, S 89°03'40" W 71.81  FEET,  N  85°27'10"  W  26.53  FEET,  N
78°46'10"  W  19.94  FEET, N 67°29'50" W 16.69 FEET, N 59°35'20" W 19.23
FEET, N 38°17'40" W 23.84 FEET, N 24°05'30" W 19.00 FEET, N 09°55'10"  W
37.76  FEET,  N  14°28'00"  W  46.56  FEET,  N 27°34'30" W 37.18 FEET, N
41°31'30" W 33.65 FEET, N 49°50'10" W 23.03 FEET, N  53°39'00"  W  32.91
FEET,  S  14°48'10"  W 3.06 FEET, S 44°29'40" W 7.00 FEET, S 44°31'13" W
59.42 FEET, S  49°07'20"  18.46  FEET,  S  71°48'50"  W  21.08  FEET,  N
79°41'00"  W  22.25  FEET  AND 12°45'40" W 164.91 FEET TO A POINT ON THE
NORTHERLY BOUNDARY OF MARILYN C. HOE AS DESCRIBED IN LIBER 1859 OF DEEDS
AT PAGE 118; THENCE ALONG THE DIVISION LINE BETWEEN THE HEREIN DESCRIBED
PARCEL AND SAID LANDS NOW OR FORMERLY OF HOE, N 77°14'20" W 144.93 FEET,
N 78°11'10" W 166.93 FEET, N 77°46'10" W  113.88  FEET,  N  75°19'10°  W
99.31  FEET  AND  N  76°27'50"  W 255.82 FEET TO A POINT ON THE EASTERLY
BOUNDS OF THE LANDS NOW OR FORMERLY OF NEW YORK  CENTRAL  LINES  LLC  AS
DESCRIBED  IN  DEED  DOCUMENT  # 02-1999-5513; THENCE ALONG THE DIVISION

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LINE BETWEEN THE HEREIN DESCRIBED PARCEL AND SAID LANDS NOW OR  FORMERLY
OF  NEW YORK CENTRAL LINES LLC, N 07°10'10" E 386.40 FEET, S 81°18'10" E
12.00 FEET, N 08°41'50" E 600.00 FEET, N 12°59'10" E 200.56 FEET  AND  N
08°41'50" E 151.13 FEET TO THE POINT OF CURVATURE OF A NON-TANGENT CURVE
TO THE RIGHT HAVING A RADIUS OF 3010.00 FEET; THENCE NORTHEASTERLY ALONG
SAID  CURVE  AN  ARC  LENGTH  OF  240.05  FEET, HAVING A CHORD BEARING N
10°57'40" E 239.98 FEET TO A POINT; THENCE N 76°46'30" W 10.00  FEET,  N
13°13'30"  E  499.68  FEET AND N 02°20'30" E 132.97 FEET TO THE POINT OF
CURVATURE OF A NON-TANGENT CURVE TO THE LEFT HAVING A RADIUS OF  4077.00
FEET;  THENCE  NORTHEASTERLY  ALONG  SAID  CURVE AN ARC LENGTH OF 249.92
FEET, HAVING A CHORD BEARING N 11°02'44"  E  249.88  FEET  TO  A  POINT;
THENCE N 25°43'50" E 134.21 FEET, N 07°55'30" E 257.99 FEET, N 07°21'10"
W  285.52  FEET,  N 02°27'50" E 482.00 FEET, N 47°10'10" W 26.25 FEET, N
02°27'50" E 466.37 FEET AND N 87°32'10" W 20.00 FEET  TO  THE  POINT  OF
CURVATURE  OF A NON-TANGENT CURVE TO THE LEFT HAVING A RADIUS OF 3165.00
FEET; THENCE NORTHWESTERLY ALONG SAID CURVE  AN  ARC  LENGTH  OF  293.54
FEET,  HAVING  A  CHORD  BEARING  N  00°11'31" W 293.43 FEET TO A POINT;
THENCE N 01°22'30" E 110.01 FEET TO THE POINT OF CURVATURE OF A NON-TAN-
GENT CURVE TO THE LEFT HAVING A RADIUS OF 3175.00 FEET; THENCE NORTHWES-
TERLY ALONG SAID CURVE AN ARC LENGTH OF  141.96  FEET,  HAVING  A  CHORD
BEARING  N 06°06'27" W 141.95 FEET TO A POINT; THENCE ALONG THE DIVISION
LINE BETWEEN THE HEREIN DESCRIBED PARCEL AND THE LANDS NOW  OR  FORMERLY
OF  THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AS DESCRIBED IN DEED DOCUMENT 402-2002-
4850 AND DESIGNATED AS LOT 1 AS SHOWN ON FILED MAP #10481, S 36°25'00" E
87.53 FEET, S 57°59'40" E 52.51 FEET,  S  77°19'10"  E  166.22  FEET,  S
77°55'50" E 100.43 FEET, S 77°40'40" E 107.11 FEET, N 35°39'40" E 233.03
FEET,  N 36°54'30" E 105.52 FEET, N 69°23'50" E 179.67 FEET, N 35°19'50"
E 60.26 FEET, N 60°24'40" E 155.25 FEET, N 08°43'28" E  923.94  FEET,  S
77°31'22"  E  34.05  FEET,  N  28°59'38" E 583.86 FEET AND S 77°26'02" E
436.02 FEET TO A POINT; THENCE ALONG THE DIVISION LINE BETWEEN THE HERE-
IN DESCRIBED PARCEL AND THE LANDS NOW OR FORMERLY OF GARDNER  AND  DONNA
VAN  VALKENBURG  AS  DESCRIBED  IN DEED DOCUMENT #02-2001-10201 AND ALSO
ALONG THE LANDS NOW OR FORMERLY OF EDWIN D. BECK AS DESCRIBED  IN  LIBER
1697 OF DEEDS AT PAGE 301, S 14°34'48" W 95.96 FEET, N 75°25'12" W 10.00
FEET, S 14°34'48" W 125.00 FEET, S 75°25'12" E 10.00 FEET, S 14°34'48" W
325.00  FEET  AND  S  75°25'12" E 203.05 FEET TO A POINT ON THE WESTERLY
BOUNDS OF U.S. ROUTE 9; THENCE ALONG THE WESTERLY BOUNDS OF  U.S.  ROUTE
9,  S  14°12'43"  W  366.41 FEET, N 75°47'17" W 3.21 FEET, S 16°51'36" W
357.10 FEET, S 16°51'37" W 264.56 FEET, S 17°21'41"  W  200.79  FEET,  S
06°47'36" W 236.91 FEET, S 03°54'03" E 113.84 FEET, S 11°33'18" W 168.19
FEET,  S 11°33'18" W 144.66 FEET, S 24°42'50" W 210.43 FEET, S 14°35'17"
W 42.95 FEET, S 15°01'19" W 27.66 FEET, S 11°16'33" E.  114.76  FEET,  S
11°22'40" W 1485.99 FEET, S 02°37'22" W 92.32 FEET, S 07°24'10" W 114.00
FEET,  S 11°34'59" W 200.60 FEET, S 06°37'42" W 438.02 FEET, S 09°11'00"
W 460.65 FEET, S 13°21'53" W 180.57 FEET, S 18°59'07" W  45.72  FEET,  S
21°30'45"  W 19.23 FEET, S 10°46'21" W 148.66 FEET, S 16°10'46" W 157.35
FEET, S 09°41'50" W 135.29 FEET, AND S 16°37'07" W 229.64  FEET  TO  THE
POINT OR PLACE OF BEGINNING.
  CONTAINING 171.33 ACRES OF LAND MORE OR LESS.
  EXCEPTING AND RESERVING ALL THAT PLOT, PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND SITUATE
AND  BEING IN THE TOWN OF HYDE PARK, COUNTY OF DUTCHESS AND STATE OF NEW
YORK, KNOWN AS ST.  ANDREWS CEMETERY, BOUNDED AND DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
  BEGINNING AT THE SOUTHEASTERLY CORNER OF THE HEREIN DESCRIBED  PARCEL,
SAID POINT BEING LOCATED N 12°20'30" E 32.21 FEET FROM THE SOUTHWESTERLY
CORNER OF THE LANDS OF THE CULINARY INSTITUTE OF AMERICA AS DESCRIBED IN
LIBER  1666 OF DEEDS AT PAGE 607, THENCE ALONG THE DIVISION LINE BETWEEN

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THE HEREIN DESCRIBED PARCEL AND SAID LANDS OF THE CULINARY INSTITUTE  OF
AMERICA,  N  77°39'30"  W  331.51  FEET,  N  12°20'30"  E 373.20 FEET, S
77°39'30" E 331.51 FEET AND S 12°20'30" W 373.20 FEET TO  THE  POINT  OR
PLACE OF BEGINNING.
  CONTAINING 2.84 ACRES OF LAND MORE OR LESS.
  S 2. This act shall take effect immediately.

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