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Sand Lake Protected Water Area Designation

made under subsection 106(5A) of the

Environment Act

S.N.S. 1994-95, c. 1

N.S. Reg. 246/2007 (January 30, 1964)

as amended by N.S. Reg. 247/2007 (July 30, 1982)


The Nova Scotia Water Authority pursuant to Section 16 of the Water Act, as enacted by Chapter 42 of the Acts of 1963, hereby defines and describes for the purposes of said Section 16 an area surrounding Sand Lake, in the County of Cape Breton, being the source of public water supply of the Towns of Glace Bay, Reserve and Dominion.


All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land situate, and lying and being in the County of Cape Breton, Province of Nova Scotia and more particularly bounded and described as follows:—


Beginning at the point of intersection of the centre of Sand Lake Brook, so-called, with the westerly boundary of the public highway listed as #626 and leading from the Glace Bay-Donkin Highway, towards Morien Junction.


Thence in a northerly direction following the several courses of the said boundary of the public highway a distance of 720 yards to a point.


Thence north 46°00' east a distance of 2560 yards to a point.


Thence due east a distance of 1400 yards, more or less, or until it meets the northeasterly boundary of the public highway listed as #571 and leading from the Glace Bay-Donkin Highway to Port Morien.


Thence in a southeasterly direction following the several courses of the last mentioned public highway boundary a distance of 1480 yards to a point.


Thence south 40°30' west a distance of 3140 yards to a point.

Amended: N.S. Reg. 247/2007.


Thence due west a distance of 1645 yards, more or less, or until it meets the northwesterly boundary of the public highway leading from Birch Grove to Port Morien.


Thence north 28°00' west a distance of 1210 yards, more or less, to the point of beginning; as shown outlined in red on the attached plan.

Dated at Halifax, Nova Scotia, this 30th day of January, 1964.

 

                                                                         Nova Scotia Water Authority 


                                                                         A. F. Wigglesworth

                                                                         General Manager


[Note: the plan referred to in clause (b) of N.S. Reg. 247/2007 replaced the plan attached to N.S. Reg. 246/2007 and is on file with the Registry of Regulations but is not available in this format. Please contact the Registry of Regulations for more information or to obtain a copy]