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Newfoundland and Labrador
Regulation 2004


NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR REGULATION 22/04

NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR
REGULATION 22/04

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

(Filed March 16, 2004)

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

Dated at St. John’s, March 10, 2004.

Jack Byrne
Minister of Municipal and Provincial Affairs

PLANNING AREA

Beginning at a point locally known as Crow Gulch on the southern shoreline of Eastport Bay, that point being located north 75° east a distance of 525 metres, more or less, to the point of intersection of the centre line of the Eastport - Salvage Highroad and the centre line of the stream flowing out of Sandy Cove Pond;

Then running south 10° east 450 metres, more or less, to a point;

Then running along the boundary south 65° west a distance of 2,625 metres, more or less;

Then south a distance of 150 metres, more or less, to a point in the southern limit of the highroad leading from Sandy Cove to Eastport;

Then running along the southern limit in a generally westerly direction to the point of crossing of Southwest Brook and the Happy Adventure - Eastport Road;

Then running due west a distance of 575 metres, more or less, to a point in the southwest corner of land belonging to Holy Cross Church;

Then running along the west boundary of the land north 9° east a distance of 382.2 metres, more or less, to a point in the northwest corner of Holy Cross Land;

Then running south 85° 30' west a distance of 3,350 metres, more or less, to the most easterly point of Long Pond;

Then running north 8° 30' east a distance of 2,550 metres, more or less, to a point 300 metres, more or less, north of the Alexander Bay - Eastport Highroad, locally known as the Old Road;

Then running north 57° east a distance of 5,375 metres, more or less, to a point in the shoreline at the north entrance of Bar Tickle;

Then running in a generally southeasterly direction along the shoreline to a point in Baldric Head;

Then following the sinuosities of the northern, western and southern shoreline of Eastport Bay to the point of beginning.

All bearings refer to the true meridian.