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Consolidated Newfoundland Regulation 1996


CONSOLIDATED NEWFOUNDLAND REGULATION 839/96

CONSOLIDATED NEWFOUNDLAND REGULATION 839/96

Corner Brook Municipal Planning Area
under the
Urban and Rural Planning Act
(O.C. 96‑173)

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 Corner Brook Municipal Planning Area.

PLANNING AREA

Beginning at a point on the south shoreline of Humber Arm bearing north 30° 00' east approximately 198 metres from a point on the centre line of the Canadian National Railway, that point bearing north 54° 30' east approximately 155 metres from the summit (elevation 574 feet, reference to old 200 foot mapping) of Mount Moriah;

Then south 30° 00' west approximately 198 metres to a point on the centre line of the Canadian National Railway;

Then south 54° 30' west approximately 155 metres to the summit of Mount Moriah;

Then due south approximately 366 metres to the summit (elevation 611.5 feet, reference to old 200 foot mapping) of Mount Mary Ann;

Then south 38° 15' west approximately 3,566 metres to the bridge over Cooks Brook;

Then following the eastern bank of Cooks Brook in a general southerly direction and then along the northern shoreline of Little Cooks Pond in a generally southeasterly direction to the mouth of Big Feeder Brook and following the southern bank of Big Feeder Brook in a generally easterly direction to Big Feeder Pond and then along its southern shoreline to the mouth of a small stream from the south;

Then south 87° 45' east approximately 2,377 metres to the western tip of Whale Back Pond;

Then along the southwestern shoreline of Whale Back Pond in a generally southeasterly direction and then following the southwestern bank of Whale Back Brook in a generally southeasterly direction to Meadows Pond;

Then in a generally easterly direction along the southern shoreline of Meadows Pond to the southeasternmost tip of that pond;

Then north 76° 00' east approximately 10,211 metres to the summit (elevation 622 metres, reference to 1989 mapping) of an unnamed hill;

Then north 69° 30' east approximately 2,819 metres to a point at which a south branch of the power transmission line from Corner Brook crosses a southern tributary of Steady Brook, that point being south 14° 45' west approximately 3,048 metres from the western extremity of Line Pond;

Then along the transmission line in a northwesterly and westerly direction approximately 7,620 metres to a point midway across the western inlet in Breeches Pond, that point being south 25° 45' west approximately 1,463 metres from the summit (elevation 546 metres, reference to 1989 mapping) of Mount Musgrave;

Then due north approximately 3,625 metres to the northern shoreline of Humber River, that point having co‑ordinates north 5 422 150 metres and east 438 200 metres;

Then along the northern bank of that river in a generally northeasterly direction a distance of approximately 4,700 metres to a point, that point having co‑ordinates north 5 425 100 metres and east 441 725 metres;

Then north 23° 00' west approximately 1,025 metres to the summit of an unnamed hill;

Then south 66° 00' west approximately 1,075 metres to the southernmost tip of Rubber Lake where an unnamed stream drains that lake;

Then north 59° 00' west approximately 1,675 metres to the northeastern tip of Fox Bow Lake;

Then north 80° 30' west approximately 4,827 metres to the mouth of Hughes Brook intersecting Route 440 approximately 1,398 metres from the bridge over Hughes Brook;

Then following the eastern shoreline of Humber Arm in a generally southerly direction and then crossing the bridge over Humber River;

Then following the southern shoreline of Humber Arm in a generally westerly direction to the point of commencement, and excluding therefrom the Town of Massey Drive.

All bearings refer to grid north and as with distances and co‑ordinates given are subject to approximation as delineated on the 1:50,000 National Topographic Mapping, 1973, 1989 editions.

45/92

Newfoundland Regulation 45/92 is repealed.