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Point Municipal Planning Area, 2007
Under the authority of section 11 of the Urban and Rural Planning Act, 2000 I define the following area as the Woody Point Municipal Planning Area.
Beginning at a coastal point on the western side of Bonne Bay, that point bearing north 75° 52' 29" east 426 metres, more or less, from a point having NAD 83 co-ordinates of north 5,488,081.76 metres and east 346,109.85 metres, Gros Morne National Park, Regional Surveyor Plan No. 82-14;
Then running generally southward along the western side of South Arm, Bonne Bay, following the shoreline via Much’s Point, Curzon, Crolly Cove, Bonne Bay, Woody Point, Winter House Brook, Paynes Point and Hell Cove to a point directly distant approximately 255 metres northwestward from Bailey’s Point, and having co-ordinates north 5,482,620.87 metres and east 346,466.29 metres;
Then north 74° 0' west 791 metres, more or less to a point common to the Woody Point and Glenburnie-Birchy Head-Shoal Brook municipal boundaries;
Then south 20° 0' east 650 metres, more or less, to the intersection of a power transmission line;
Then following the transmission line south 43° 30' west 132 metres and north 87° 30' west 280 metres, more or less, to a point on the boundary of Gros Morne National Park;
Then along a line of demarcation with the Gros Morne National Park north 29° 5' 25" west 1161 metres, north 29° 4' 9" west 480 metres, north 24° 8' 30" east 2800 metres, north 5° 52' 30" east 1960 metres, and north 75° 52' 29" east 426 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning.
All bearings and co-ordinates refer to the 3° modified T.M. grid, central meridian 58° 30' west longitude.
The Woody Point Municipal Planning Area, Consolidated
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