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CONSOLIDATED NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR REGULATION 456/96

Town of Steady Brook Order
under the
Municipalities Act
(O.C. 96-170)

Under the authority of section 3 of the Municipalities Act and the Subordinate Legislation Revision and Consolidation Act , the Lieutenant-Governor in Council makes the following Order.

ORDER

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1.   Short title

       
2.   Boundaries

       
3.   Repeal


Schedule


Short title

        1. This Order may be cited as the Town of Steady Brook Order .

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Boundaries

        2. The boundaries of the Town of Steady Brook are as set out in the Schedule.

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Repeal

        3. Newfoundland Regulations 20/89 and 204/92 are repealed.

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Schedule

Beginning at a point on the southern bank of the Humber River where an unnamed indefinite brook enters the river, more specifically having co-ordinates north 5 424 732 metres and east 441 865 metres;

Then in a southeasterly direction along the western bank of the brook to the northern limits of the Trans Canada Highway Route 1;

Then in a southwesterly direction along the limits of Route 1, 2,965 metres, more or less, to a point more specifically having co-ordinates north 5 422 357 metres and east 439 847 metres;

Then south 60° 30' east 29 metres, more or less, to the northern limits of a cut-off portion of the old Corner Brook/Deer Lake Highway more specifically having co-ordinates north 5 422 348 metres and east 439 873 metres;

Then in a general westerly direction along the limits to a point where the old Corner Brook/Deer Lake Highway intersects the Trans Canada Highway Route 1;

Then due north to the northern limits of that highway;

Then along the northern limits of the Trans Canada Highway Route 1 in a westerly direction a distance of 650 metres;

Then running due north to the shoreline of the Humber River ;

Then along the southern bank of the Humber River in a generally northeasterly direction to the point of beginning.

All bearings herein refer to grid north and as with distances and co-ordinates given are subject to approximation as delineated on the 1:2500 Flood Risk Map 1976 and the 1:50,000 National Topographic Mapping.

20/89; 204/92