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NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR
REGULATION 21/14

Campbellton Municipal Planning Area
under the
Urban and Rural Planning Act, 2000

(Filed March 6, 2014)

Under the authority of section 11 of the Urban and Rural Planning Act, 2000 , I define the following area as the Campbellton Municipal Planning Area.

Dated at St. John’s , February 12, 2014.

Steve Kent
Minister of Municipal and
Intergovernmental Affairs

PLANNING AREA

Beginning at a point at the highwater mark in the eastern shoreline of Indian Arm, that point bearing south 42° 45' 31" east 1,209 metres, more or less, from the eastern end of Steering Island ;

Then north 89° 14' 27" east 1,200 metres, more or less;

Then south 0° 45' 29" east, a distance of 3,031 metres, more or less, to a point in the centre line of the main highroad connecting Campbellton and Loon Bay ;

Then south 38° 52' 9" west, a distance of 3,748 metres, more or less, to a point on the western shoreline of Dildo Pond;

Then south 40° 14' 35" west a distance of 2,404 metres, more or less;


Then south 89° 14' 27" a distance of 3,050 metres, more or less;

Then north a distance of 4,482 metres, more or less, to a point on the Lewisporte Municipal Boundary;

Then north 28° 47' 57" east 604 metres, more or less, to a point;

Then south 89° 56' 17" 298 metres, more or less, to a point;

Then north 0° 45' 23" west 1,174 metres, more or less, to a point on the centre line of the main highroad connecting Campbellton and Michael’s Harbour;

Then north 26° 2' 27" east a distance of 2,341 metres, more or less, to a point on the shoreline south of Mussel Bed Rocks;

Then running in a generally easterly direction along the shoreline to a point at the western entrance to Indian Arm;

Then running in a generally southerly direction along the western shoreline of Indian Arm to a point on the western bank of Indian Arm Brook;

Then crossing the mouth of the brook and continuing in a generally northeasterly direction along the eastern shoreline of Indian Arm to the point of beginning.

All bearings being referred to the Grid North and as with distances are subject to approximation as delineated on the 1:50,000 National Topographic Mapping.