Pottle Lake Watershed Protected Water Area Designation

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Pottle Lake Watershed Protected Water Area Designation

made under subsection 106(5) of the

Environment Act

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

N.S. Reg. 257/2007 (December 17, 1971)


Canada                                   )

Province of Nova Scotia        )

 

        In the Matter of  The Water Act, Chapter 335, of the Revised Statutes of Nova Scotia 1967

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        In the Matter of  A Protected Water Area


The Undersigned, the Minister to whom the administration of the Water Act is assigned, pursuant to Section 17 of the said Act hereby orders that the area of land in the County of Cape Breton, hereinafter described, which surrounds a source of water supply for a water works operated by the Town of North Sydney, is now and hereafter designated as a Protected Water Area:


Pottle Lake Watershed Area


All those lands situate in the vicinity of Pottle Lake, County of Cape Breton, Province of Nova Scotia, comprising of the Pottle Lake Watershed as shown on plan E-7-20 recorded in the Crown Land Records Office, Department of Lands and Forests, Halifax and being more particularly described as follows:


Beginning at N.S. control survey monument #2081 located approximately 400 feet south of the Water Reservoir for the Town of North Sydney; said monument having plane rectangular coordinates (Northing 16,798, 928.63, Easting 1,312,684.74) based on zone 4 of the N.S. 3 degree Transverse Mercator Projection, central Meridian 610 30' West longitude;


From thence (by grid bearings referenced to zone 4) South forty-two degrees fifty-six minutes fifteen seconds West four thousand one hundred and fifty-two decimal fifteen feet to a calculated point “C” (N 16,795,888.85, E 1,309,856.29) on the easterly boundary of the Trans-Canada Highway;


Thence Southerly following the easterly boundary of the Trans-Canada Highway to an iron bar marked CB-2387 (N 16,791,634.86, E 1,308,421.25) said iron bar being South eighteen degrees thirty-eight minutes twenty-nine seconds West four thousand four hundred and eighty-nine decimal fifty-two feet from aforementioned point “C”;


Thence South forty-nine degrees four minutes East two thousand and seventy-five feet to a calculated point “D”, (N 16,790,275.36, E 1,309,988.85);


Thence South thirty-one degrees fifty-six minutes West three thousand seven hundred and twenty-five feet to a calculated point “E”, (N 16,787,114.09, E 1,308,018.58);


Thence South sixty-nine degrees twenty-six minutes West three thousand and fifty feet to a calculated point “F”, (N 16,786,042.63, E 1,305,162.97);


Thence South sixty-three degrees eight minutes fifty-two seconds West three thousand nine hundred and thirty-eight decimal forty-four feet to an iron bar marked CB-2386, (N 16,784,263.68, E 1,301,649.19), standing on the easterly boundary of the Trans-Canada Highway;


Thence North seventy-six degrees twenty-six minutes nineteen seconds West two thousand six hundred feet to a calculated point “G” (N 16,784,873.35, E 1,299,121.68);


Thence South sixty-five degrees three minutes forty-one seconds West six thousand one hundred feet to a calculated point “H”, (N 16,782,301.30, E 1,293,590.45);


Thence South eighty degrees three minutes forty-one seconds West four thousand seven hundred and fifty feet to a calculated point “I” (N 16,781,481.48, E 1,288,911.73);


Thence North forty-six degrees thirty-three minutes forty-one seconds East eight thousand two hundred feet to a calculated point “J” (N 16,787,119.61, E 1,294,865.84);


Thence North fifty-six degrees thirty-three minutes forty-one seconds East five thousand four hundred feet to a calculated point “K”, (N 16,790,095.25, E 1,299,372.02);


Thence North six degrees thirty-three minutes forty-one seconds East four thousand and fifty feet to a calculated point “L”, (N 16,794,118.72, E 1,299,834.80);


Thence North forty-three degrees thirty-three minutes forty-one seconds East five thousand three hundred and fifty feet to a calculated point “M”, (N 16,797,995.53, E 1,303,521.66);


Thence North sixty-eight degrees twenty-one minutes forty-seven seconds East four thousand five hundred and sixty-six decimal seventy-four feet to an iron bar marked CB-2389, (N 16,799,679.38, E 1,307,766.62); placed on the northerly boundary of the extension of Peppett Street leading from North Sydney to Saint Andrews Channel;


Thence Easterly following the northerly boundary of Peppett Street to an iron bar marked CB-2388, (N 16,798,675.72, E 1,309,412.39), said post being South fifty-eight degrees thirty-seven minutes twenty-four seconds East one thousand nine hundred and twenty-seven decimal sixty-six feet from iron post #CB-2389;


Thence North twenty-one degrees twenty minutes twenty-seven seconds East one thousand one hundred and seventy-one decimal ninety-one feet to a calculated point “A”, (N 16,799,767.30, E 1,309,838.85);


Thence North sixty-five degrees thirty-four minutes fifty-two seconds East two thousand eight hundred and seventy-five feet to a calculated point “B”, (N 16,800,955.84, E 1,312,456.67);


Thence South six degrees twenty-five minutes eight seconds east two thousand and forty feet to the place of beginning containing 3687 acres (acreage also includes Pottle Lake).


Note: Coordinates are provisional and are subject to final adjustment of control survey network.


Dated at Halifax, in the Province of Nova Scotia, this seventeenth day of December A.D. 1971.


                                                         Sgd.: Glen M. Bagnell

                                                         Minister Charged with the Administration of the Water Act



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