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Consolidated Newfoundland Regulation 1996


CONSOLIDATED NEWFOUNDLAND REGULATION 629/96

CONSOLIDATED NEWFOUNDLAND REGULATION 629/96

Notice of Protected Water Supply Area
under the
Environment Act
(O.C. 96‑153)

Under the authority of section 10 of the Environment Act and the Subordinate Legislation Revision and Consolidation Act, the Lieutenant‑Governor in Council designates the area generally known as the Long Lake Water Supply Area for the Town of Burnt Islands as a protected water supply area.

NOTICE

This area includes all lands described as follows:

That is to say by a line drawn from military grid reference 357000 5274000 44° 30' for a distance of 700 metres to the commencement point;

Then from the above point by a line drawn 327° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 900 metres;

Then from the above point by a line drawn 53° 30' grid azimuth for a distance of 800 metres;

Then from the above point by a line drawn 8° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 450 metres;

Then from the above point by a line drawn 59° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 1,925 metres;

Then from the above point by a line drawn 177° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 1,650 metres;

Then from the above point by a line drawn 153° 30' grid azimuth for a distance of 425 metres;

Then from the above point by a line drawn 248° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 1,025 metres;

Then from the above point by a line drawn 236° 30' grid azimuth for a distance of 450 metres;

Then from the above point by a line drawn 253° 00' grid azimuth for a distance of 250 metres;

Then from the above point by a line drawn 282° 30' grid azimuth for a distance of 550 metres to the point of commencement.

All bearings refer to Grid North.

187/92

The Long Lake Water Supply Area Notice for the Town of Burnt Islands, Newfoundland Regulation 187/92, is repealed.