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Consolidated Newfoundland Regulation 1996
Point 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 Woody Point Municipal Planning Area.
Beginning at a coastal point on the western side of Bonne Bay, that point bearing north 76° 00' east 400 metres, more or less, from a point having co‑ordinates of 5 487 860 metres north and 346 060 metres east, 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 370 metres northwestward from Bailey's Point;
Then along a line of demarcation with the Glenburnie ‑ Birchy Head ‑ Shoal Brook planning area running south 43° 30' west 55 metres, more or less, to a pole at the western side of Highway 431, and following a power transmission line proceeding south 43° 30' west 735 metres, more or less, and north 87° 30' west 240 metres, more or less;
Then along a line of demarcation with the Gros Morne National Park north 29° 00' west 1,650 metres, more or less, north 24° 15' east 2,800 metres, north 6° 00' east 1,960 metres to a point at co‑ordinates 5 487 860 metres north and 346 060 metres east, north 76° 00' east 400 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.
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