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Town Lake Protected Water Area Designation

made under Section 106(5A) of the

Environment Act

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

N.S. Reg. 248/2007 (June 17, 1964)

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 prescribes for the purposes of the said Section 16, an area surrounding Town Lake, in the County of Queens, being the source of public water supply of the Town of Liverpool as follows:—

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

Beginning at the point of intersection of the North boundary of the road leading from Liverpool to the northern shore of Town Lake with the western boundary of the power line to Milton, Queens County. From thence to run by Astronomic Bearings.

Thence west fifty-five chains.

Thence south seventy-five chains.

Thence east forty-eight chains to the northwestern boundary of the Beech Hill Road.

Thence following the northwestern boundary of the road commencing in a northeasterly direction fifteen chains more or less to its intersection with the west boundary of the power line.

Thence following the west boundary of the power line commencing in a northerly direction sixty-six chains more or less to the place of beginning as will more fully appear by reference to Department of Lands and Forests Crown Land Forestry Series Map Sheets Q-14 and Q-15.

Dated at Halifax, Nova Scotia, this 17th day of June, 1964.

                                                                         Nova Scotia Water Authority

                                                                         A. F. Wigglesworth

                                                                         General Manager