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Harrington Beach Designation
made under subsection 5(1) of the
R.S.N.S. 1989, c. 32
O.I.C. 78-1035 (September 5, 1978), N.S. Reg. 178/78
The Governor in Council on the report and recommendation of the Minister of Lands and Forests dated the 28th day of August, A.D., 1978, 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 Harrington Beach, in the County of Colchester, Province of Nova Scotia, as shown outlined in red on the copy of Crown Land Records Office Plan No. E-11-10 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 Harrington Beach, in the County of Colchester, Province of Nova Scotia as shown outlined in red on the copy of Crown Land Records Office Plan No. E-11-10, attached hereto and marked Schedule “B” and being more particularly described as follows:
Beginning at an Iron Post, situate where the westerly boundary of a sixty-six foot road leading to public highway Route No. 2, intersects the mean high watermark of the Minas Basin, said Iron Post being south ten degrees thirty-two minutes thirty-two seconds west a distance of one thousand five hundred sixty-five decimal sixty-one feet from Nova Scotia Control Monument No. 12664 having co-ordinate values (N 16, 503, 663.19, E 1, 103, 675.21);
From thence (by grid bearings based on the Nova Scotia 3° Transverse Mercator Projection, Zone 5, Central Meridian 64° 30' west longitude) south zero degrees fifty-five minutes forty-five seconds west, a distance of four hundred thirty-nine decimal sixty-five feet to an Iron Post, said Iron Post being south twenty-four degrees one minute forty-eight seconds east, a distance of three thousand eighty-one decimal zero nine feet from Nova Scotia Control Monument No. 12665 having co-ordinate values (N 16, 504, 498.47, E 1, 102, 127.05);
Thence continuing south zero degrees fifty-five minutes forty-five seconds west, a distance of fifty feet, more or less, to a point on the mean high watermark of the Minas Basin;
Thence in a northwesterly, southeasterly and northerly direction along the mean high watermark of the Minas Basin, a distance of one thousand two hundred feet, more or less, to the place of beginning.
[Note: The map referred to as Schedule “B” was not filed with the Office of the Registrar of Regulations.]