Stewiacke Watershed Protected Water Area Designation

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Stewiacke Watershed Protected Water Area Designation

made under Section 106(5) of the

Environment Act

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

N.S. Reg. 261/2007 (August 24, 1973)


Canada

Province of Nova Scotia

 

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

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       In the Matter of        A Protected Water Area


The Undersigned, the Minister charged with the administration of the Water Act, pursuant to Section 17 of the said Act hereby orders that the area of land partly in the County of Halifax, and partly in the County of Colchester, hereinafter described, which surrounds a source of water supply for the water works operated by the Town of Stewiacke, is now and hereafter designated as a Protected Water Area:


All those lands situated in the vicinity of Stewiacke, partly in the County of Halifax and partly in the County of Colchester, Province of Nova Scotia comprising an approximate area of thirty-seven (37) square miles to be known as the Stewiacke Watershed Area, as shown outlined on Plan No. E-7-23A, dated the 22nd day of May, 1972 and prepared by the Department of Lands and Forests for Nova Scotia, entitled Stewiacke Watershed, recorded in the Crown Land Records Office, in the Department of Lands and Forests in Halifax, in the County of Halifax and being more particularly described as follows:


Beginning at point “A” being a Lands and Forests iron post situated on a westerly prolongation of the southerly wall of the Town of Stewiacke water supply pumphouse and being ninety feet from the southwest corner thereof;


From thence northeasterly in a direct line to point “B” being the intersection of the southerly boundary of Kitchener Street with the easterly edge of a brook said brook being approximately twenty-eight hundred feet easterly from the intersection of the aforementioned Kitchener Street and Saint Andrews Street;


Thence easterly along the southerly boundary of Kitchener Street to point “C” being the intersection of the southerly boundary Kitchener Street with the westerly boundary of the highway leading from Stewiacke East to Wittenburg;


Thence northeasterly in a direct line to point “D” being the intersection of the northerly boundary of Kitchener Street with the easterly boundary of the highway leading from Stewiacke East to Wittenburg;


Thence in a northerly direction along the easterly boundary of the highway leading from Stewiacke East to Wittenburg twenty-five hundred feet to point “E”;


Thence northeasterly in a direct line to point “F” having co-ordinates (N 16,414,620.01) (E 1,336,599.74) based on the Nova Scotia Three Degree Modified Transverse Mercator Projection Zone 5 Central Meridian 64° 30' west longitude;


Thence (by grid bearings and distance) south twenty-eight degrees forty-nine minutes thirty-one seconds east thirteen thousand six hundred thirty-six decimal nine six feet to point “G” having co-ordinates (N 16,402,672.76) (E 1,343,174.67);


Thence in a direct line to point “H” situated on the westerly boundary of the Glenmore Road said point also being twenty-two hundred feet along the boundary of the said Glenmore Road from the intersection of the southerly boundary of Kitchener Street and the westerly boundary of the Glenmore Road;


Thence in a southwesterly direction following the westerly boundary of the Glenmore Road to point “I”;


Thence from point “I” by grid bearing south zero nine degrees fifteen minutes thirteen seconds west to point “J” having co-ordinates (N 16,385,444.05) (E 1,345,754.54);


Thence north seventy-four degrees thirty-eight minutes thirty-eighty seconds west eleven thousand seven hundred thirty-six decimal one five feet to point “K” having co-ordinates (N 16,388,551.96) (E 1,334,437.39);


Thence south twenty-two degrees twenty-one minutes fifty seconds west nine thousand two hundred sixty-one decimal five two feet to point “L” having co-ordinates (N 16,379,987.04) (E 1,330,913.48);


Thence north seventy-three degrees eighteen minutes zero two seconds west eight thousand seven hundred eleven decimal three seven feet to point “M” having co-ordinates (N 16,382,490.27) (E 1,322,569.51);


Thence northwesterly in a direct line to Crown Post C-117;


Thence continuing in a northwesterly direction in a direct line to Crown Post C-118;


Thence southwesterly in a direct line to Crown Post C-124 situated on the westerly boundary of the West St. Andrews Road;


Thence southerly following the westerly boundary of the West St. Andrews Road to Crown Post C-123;


Thence southwesterly in a direct line to Crown Post C-126;


Thence westerly in a direct line to Crown Post C-131;


Thence southwesterly in a direct line to Crown Post C-132;


Thence southeasterly in a direct line to Crown Post C-133;


Thence southwesterly in a direct line to Crown Post C-134;


Thence northeasterly in a direct line to Crown Post C-127;


Thence continuing northeasterly in a direct line to Crown Post C-105;


Thence continuing northeasterly in a direct line to Crown Post C-106;


Thence northerly in a direct line to the place of beginning


Dated at Halifax, in the Province of Nova Scotia this 24th day of August A. D., 1973.


                                                    Sgd.: Glen M. Bagnell

Minister Charged with the Administration of the Water Act



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