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Crescent Beach Designation
made under subsection 5(1) of the
R.S.N.S. 1989, c. 32
O.I.C. 76-844 (July 13, 1976), N.S. Reg. 135/76
The Governor in Council on the report and recommendation of the Minister of Lands and Forests dated the 28th day of June, A.D., 1976, and pursuant to Section 5(1) of Chapter 6 of the Statutes of Nova Scotia, 1975, the Beaches Preservation and Protection Act, is pleased to designate as a beach an area of land lying landward from the mean high watermark of Crescent Beach, in the Town of Lockeport, in the County of Shelburne, Province of Nova Scotia, as shown outlined in red on the copy of Crown Land Records Office Plan No. E-5-60, marked Schedule “B”, and described in Schedule “A”, both attached to and forming part of the report and recommendation.
All that certain area of land lying landward from the mean high watermark of Crescent Beach, in the Town of Lockeport, in the County of Shelburne, Province of Nova Scotia, as shown outlined in red on a copy of Plan No. E-5-60 attached hereto, and filed in the Crown Land Records Office, Halifax and being more particularly described as follows:
Beginning at a Point “A”, said point being an enheat iron post situated on the southeasterly boundary of the East Green Harbour Road;
From thence (by astronomic bearings) north twenty-four degrees fifty-three minutes thirty-two seconds east, five hundred seventy-one decimal ten feet to Point “B” being an iron spike placed where the southeasterly edge of the pavement of the said road leading to East Green Harbour intersects the southerly edge of the paved road leading from Highway No. 3 to Lockeport;
Thence north sixty-eight degrees fifteen minutes forty-three seconds east, one thousand one hundred thirteen decimal fifty-four feet to Point “C” being an iron spike on the northerly shoulder of the aforementioned paved road leading from Highway No. 3 to Lockeport;
Thence north seventy-eight degrees twenty-four minutes fifty-five seconds east, seven hundred eight decimal zero three feet to Point “D” being an iron spike on the northerly shoulder of the aforementioned paved road leading from Highway No. 3 to Lockeport;
Thence south fifty-nine degrees fifty-one minutes fifty seconds east, two hundred seventy-five decimal sixty-one feet to Point “E” being an enheat iron post;
Thence south seventy-nine degrees thirty-eight minutes eighteen seconds east, four hundred sixty-one decimal ninety-one feet to Point “F” being an enheat iron post;
Thence south seventeen degrees forty-four minutes sixteen seconds east, five hundred decimal zero zero feet to theoretical Point “G” located on the waters of the Atlantic Ocean;
Thence south seventy-two degrees fifteen minutes forty-four seconds west, two thousand seven hundred ninety-three decimal ninety feet to theoretical Point “H” located on the waters of the Atlantic Ocean;
Thence north seventeen degrees forty-four minutes sixteen seconds west, five hundred decimal zero zero feet to the place of beginning.
Excepting and reserving from the above described area of land all the portion thereof lying seaward from the mean high watermark.
[Note: The map referred to as Schedule “B” was not filed with the Office of the Registrar of Regulations.]