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Newfoundland Regulation 1999


NEWFOUNDLAND REGULATION 36/99

NEWFOUNDLAND REGULATION 36/99

Notice of Protected Water Supply Area of Brazil Pond
under the
Environment Act

(Filed April 5, 1999)

Under the authority of section 10 of the Environment Act, I designate the area generally known as the Brazil Pond Water Supply Area for the Town of Lawn as a protected water supply area.

Dated at St. John’s, March 16, 1999.

Oliver Langdon
Minister of Environment and Labour

NOTICE

This area includes all lands described as follows:

That is to say by a line drawn from Military Grid Reference, Zone 21, 610,000 metres east 5,199,000 metres north 319° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 600 metres to the commencement point.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 229° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 900 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 309° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 1,500 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 332° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 1,375 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 270° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 450 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 348° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 1,975 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 274° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 650 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 02° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 1,700 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 17° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 625 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 276° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 1,550 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 196° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 375 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 296° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 900 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 179° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 450 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 233° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 1,500 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 338° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 1,450 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 36° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 2,000 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 356° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 425 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 84° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 525 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 54° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 425 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 17° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 1,250 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 110° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 475 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 39° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 850 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 60° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 650 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 11° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 850 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 90° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 300 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 154° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 675 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 195° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 800 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 143° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 1,800 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 170° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 1,025 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 123° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 1,100 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 169° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 1,100 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 119° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 500 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 161° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 1,750 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 180° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 3,800 metres to the point of commencement.

All bearings refer to Grid North.