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Determination of Boundaries Between the Town of Bridgetown
and the Municipality of the County of Annapolis
made under Section 357 of the
Municipal Government Act
S.N.S. 1998, c. 18
N.S. Reg. 4/2011 (January 13, 2011)
Decision and Order
2011 NSUARB 1
Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board
In the Matter of the Municipal Government Act
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In the matter of an application by the Town of Bridgetown and
the Municipality of the County of Annapolis for a change in their mutual boundary
Before: Roland A. Deveau, Q.C.
Decision and Order
Whereas the Town of Bridgetown and the Municipality of the County of Annapolis have applied to the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board for a change in their mutual boundary;
And whereas Notice of the Proposed Change to the Town and Municipal Boundary was advertised in the Chronicle Herald and the Annapolis County Spectator on Thursday, December 2, 2010; and the advertisement invited objectors to advise the Board of their objections;
And whereas proof of the advertising has been provided to the Board;
And whereas the Board has received no objections to the application, within thirty (30) days after the first advertisement;
It is hereby ordered pursuant to Section 357 of the Municipal Government Act that the Board confirms the change to the mutual boundary between the Town of Bridgetown and the Municipality of the County of Annapolis by adding the following area to the Town:
Beginning at a survey marker placed in the west sideline of the Bay Road, also called the Inglewood Road, at a point S 21 degrees 36 minutes 50 seconds E 7015.56 feet from Nova Scotia Control Monument 26855;
Thence S 53 degrees 45 minutes 49 seconds W 687.56 feet to a survey marker placed in the north boundary of the Town of Bridgetown;
Thence N 67 degrees 20 minutes 27 seconds E along the original north boundary of the Town of Bridgetown 443.80 feet to a point;
Thence N 36 degrees 14 minutes 11 seconds W 91.74 feet;
Thence N 53 degrees 45 minutes 49 seconds E 253.21 feet to a point on the west side of Bay or Inglewood Road;
Thence N 22 degrees 53 minutes 41 seconds W 12.77 feet to the place of beginning.
Containing 25,637 square feet.
Being lands of Alexander David Beviss, part of PID 05150602, and Parcel A on a plan of survey by William E. Ross, NSLS 515, dated July 9, 2010.
It is further ordered that the amended mutual boundary for the Town’s northern boundary is described in Schedule “A” attached hereto and forming part of this Order.
Dated at Halifax, Nova Scotia this 13th day of January, 2011.
Sgd. Elaine Wagner
Clerk of the Board
The Town of Bridgetown northerly boundary is described as follows:
Thence running west on the same course as the north line of lands formerly owned by Gilbert Gibson to the west side of the Bay or Inglewood Road;
Thence north 22 degrees 53 minutes 31 seconds west along the west side of the Bay or Inglewood Road a distance of 148.62 feet;
Thence continuing north 22 degrees 53 minutes 41 seconds west along the west side of the Bay or Inglewood Road a further distance of 12.77 feet to a survey marker;
Thence south 53 degrees 45 minutes 49 seconds west 687.56 feet to a survey marker placed in the westerly extension of the north line of lands formerly owned by Gilbert Gibson;
Thence westerly on the same course as the north line of lands formerly owned by Gilbert Gibson to the west line of lands formerly owned and occupied by L.A. Dickie, later owned and occupied by The Valley Pork Farm Limited.