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CONSOLIDATED NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR REGULATION 899/96

Pasadena Municipal Planning Area
under the
Urban and Rural Planning Act
(O.C. 96-173)

Under the authority of section 11 of the Urban and Rural Planning Act and the Subordinate Legislation Revision and Consolidation Act , the Lieutenant-Governor in Council defines the following area as the Pasadena Municipal Planning Area.

PLANNING AREA

Beginning at a point, that point being located on the northern bank of Pynn's Brook where Pynn's Brook flows into Deer Lake ;

Then in a northeasterly direction along the shoreline of Deer Lake a distance of approximately 1.9 kilometres to a point, that point having a military grid reference of 610392;

Then south 46° 30' east a distance of 4.85 kilometres, more or less, to the southern tip of an unnamed pond;

Then south 41° 30' east a distance of 3.95 kilometres, more or less, to the westernmost tip of Burnt Pond;

Then south 35° 30' west a distance of 6.85 kilometres, more or less, to the summit of an unnamed hill;

Then south 50° 30' west a distance of 5 kilometres, more or less, to the summit of an unnamed hill;

Then north 82° west a distance of 8.4 kilometres, more or less, to the summit of an unnamed hill;

Then north 65° 30' west a distance of 1.2 kilometres, more or less, to the summit of an unnamed hill;

Then south 89° west a distance of 850 metres, more or less, to a point on the eastern bank of Matthews Brook where Matthews Brook flows out of an unnamed pond;

Then in a generally northerly direction along the eastern bank of Matthews Brook a distance of approximately 1.52 kilometres to a point on the southern limit of the right-of-way of the power line running through Pasadena;

Then in a northeasterly direction along the right-of-way a distance of 4.5 kilometres, more or less, to a point on the western bank of an unnamed brook;

Then in a generally northerly direction along the western bank of the brook a distance of approximately 35 metres to a point where the brook flows into Deer Lake;

Then in a generally northeasterly direction along the shoreline of Deer Lake to the point of beginning.

All bearings refer to grid north and as with distances given are subject to approximation.

171/86

Newfoundland Regulation 171/86 is repealed.