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Consolidated Newfoundland Regulation 1996
Municipal Planning Area
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 Burgeo Municipal Planning Area.
Beginning at a point, that point being on the southern bank of Kelly Brook where Kelly Brook flows into Bay de Loup at the highwater mark;
Then following the sinuosities of the shoreline in a generally southwesterly direction to a point, that point being the southernmost point on the east side of King's Harbour;
Then running in a southwesterly direction 1,800 metres, more or less, to the easternmost point of Greenhill Island;
Then running due south a distance of 4,400 metres, more or less;
Then running due west a distance of 6,150 metres, more or less;
Then running due north a distance of 1,300 metres, more or less, to a point, known as Fox Point;
Then running in a generally northerly
direction following the sinuosities of the shoreline of
Then running in a generally northwesterly direction following the sinuosities of the shoreline passing Coombes Head, First Arm, along the northern shoreline of The Canal to a point located at the northwestern end of The Canal;
Then running in a generally northerly direction following the sinuosities of the eastern bank of Grandy Brook to where it meets the southern bank of the mouth of Seal Brook;
Then running in a generally northeasterly direction following the south bank of Seal Brook to a point directly under the highway passing over the brook;
Then running in a generally northeasterly direction still following the south bank of that brook a distance of 2,743 metres, more or less;
Then running south 30° east a distance of 4,877 metres, more or less, to a height of land east of King's Harbour Brook;
Then running south 28° east a distance of 3,300 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning.
All bearings being referred to the true meridian.
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