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D43
1976




Town of DERRY

New Hampshire



FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1976






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DERRY FIRE ALARM BOXES - 1976



12 Martin Street

13 Maple Street

14 High & Ash Streets

15 Hillside & Cedar Streets

16 High & Beacon Streets

17 Hillside & Wyman Streets

18 West Broadway & Clark Street

19 West Side School BIdg.

21 Plaza Theatre

22 South Avenue & Brook Street
23' Peppermint Corner

24 Highland Avenue

25 Highland & Severance St.

26 Fordway & Edgennont St.

27 Brook & Florence Streets

28 Broadway & Fordway

29 Highland & Pinehurst Ave.

31 Crystal Avenue & Pearl Street

32 Lenox Road & Abbott Street

33 Crystal Avenue & Laurel Street

34 Laconia Avenue

35 Klev-Bro Shoe Co.

36 Concord Avenue

37 Franklin & Rollins

38 Franklin St. & Mitchell Avenue

39 Franklin St. & Folsom Road

41 Benjamin Chase Co.

42 South Main at Old D.V. School

43 Hood Farm

44 North Main & Thornton Sts.

45 Traffic Circle

46 Pinkerton Street

47 E. Derry Hill & Newell Road

48 Chester Road & Silvestri Circle

49 Kingsbury & Grant Avenue

51 Broadway & Railroad Avenue

52 Railroad Ave. & North Avenue



53 Broadway & Franklin Street

54 Oak & Grove Streets

55 Birch St . & South Avenue

56 Norton Street

57 Fairview Avenue

58 Shute Corner, Kendall Pond Rd.

59 Windham Road & Bowers Road

61 Broadway & Park Avenue

62 Sunrise East Apts.

63 Broadway & Mt. Pleasant Street
65 End of Mt. Pleasant Street

67 Nuffield Heights Apts.

71 South Range School

72 Derry Village School

73 Grinnell School

74 Floyd School

75 Hood School
88 East Derry

131 Wal-ern Products

141 North High Street

251 Pleasant Street

311 Crystal Ave. & Lenox Road

333 Alexander Eastman Hospital

351 Derry Shoe Co.

352 Hadco

353 Leather's Best

354 Treasure Masters Corp.

355 Continental Can Co.

431 Hoodkroft Convalescent Ctr.

432 Derry Meadows
471 Schurman Drive

481 Birchwood Nursing Home

491 Kingsbury & True Ave.

521 Woodland & Sunset Ave.

322 Bradford & Brairwood St.

523 Rockingham Rd. & Bedard

524 Rockingham Rd. & Gallien's Tr. Pk.

525 Berry, Miltimore & Crisscross Rds.



CALL FOR FIREMEN 2-2-2 Air Raid Alert 7-7
Take Cover — Series of short blasts



NO SCHOOL - 3 blasts at 6:30 A.P
Long Session — 3 blasts at 1 1 A.M.



FIRE DEPARTMENT Call 432-2556

POLICE DEPARTMENT Call 432-3303



University of Nsv/ Han-.pslVire Lib:ary



Cover: THE MATTHEW THORNTON HOUSE in Derry Village

Matthew Thornton was a physician who came to Derry in 1740 at the
age of 26. Mr. Thornton was active in Town and State affairs and was
one of the three men from New Hampshire to sign the Declaration of
Independence (his signature is the last name on the document). It is
told that he was having a seige of the gout when he heard of the
Declaration, but he drove to Philadelphia with his foot elevated. He was
on the building committee when the First Parish Church was being built
in 1769. The D.A.R. placed the memorial tablet shown in front of the
house in 1909.



ED HATCH, PRINTER
Derry, New Hampshire



ANNUAL REPORTS



for the Town of



DERRY

Ne\A/ Hampsfiire



for the fiscal year ending
DECEMBER 31, 1976



IRIU



INDEX



Town Warrant and Budget for 1977 Color Insert

Town Officers 5

Selectmen's Letter 7

Summary Inventory of Property Valuation 8

Summary Inventory of Taxable Property 8

Tax Rate 8

Comparative Statement of Appropriations & Expenditures 9

1976 Budget Details 10

Balance Sheet 16

Revenue Sharing Account 16

Statement of Bonded Debt 17

Schedule of Town Property 17

Report of the Town Clerk 18

Election Results 18

Minutes of 1976 Meetings 20

Report of the Tax Collector 33

Report of the Town Treasurer .35

Reports of Departments and Committees:

Town Manager 36

Highway Department 36

Pohce Department 37

Humane Officer 38

Conservation Commission 38

Zoning Board 38

Civil Defense 38

Planning Board 39

Assistant Assessor 39

Waste Water 39

Building Inspector/Health Officer 39

Recreation Department 39

Town Government Study Committee 41

Bicentennial Committee 43

Derry District Court 44

MacGregor Library 44

Taylor Library 45

Forest Fire Warden 45

Report of the Trustees of Trust Funds 46

Perpetual Care of Cemeteries 48

Auditor's Reports 49

Water Department Report 50

Fire Departments 52

Property Valuation Charges 55

Vital Statistics 74



In Memoriam



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Harriet Chase Newell



1881-1976
Historian -Author



''A Citizen Who Cared



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in 2009 with funding from

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Town Officers



Board of Selectmen

ERNEST GAINES, Chairman
FREDERICK A. TOMPKINS
DONALD BENTLEY
JANET CONROY
BENJAMIN NEWELL



DAVID BUFFUM



DOROTHY BUFFUM



Town Treasurer



Tax Collector



CECILE HOISINGTON



RONALD HAYWARD



Town Clerk



Moderator



Term Expires 1977
Term Expires 1978
Term Expires 1979
Term Expires 1979
Term Expires 1977



Term Expires 1978
Term Expires 1978
Term Expires 1978
Term Expires 1978



Supervisors of Checklist

JANICE DEARTH - 1 978 VIRGINIA LOVEJOY - 1 980

ROSEMARY UICKER - 1982

MacGregor Library Trustees

LOIS RAY - 1 978 BARBARA BLUNT - 1 978

HAROLD CURTIS - 1 977 WALTER PILLSBURY - 1 977

FRANCIS MANNARINI - 1 976 RICHARD EMERY - 1 976

Taylor Library Trustees

GRANT BENSON, JR. - 1 978 LINDA MACDONALD - 1 978
ANNABELL HASTING - 1 977 KENNETH DAVIS - 1 976

MARTHA MOORE - 1 977 GLEN ALLEN - 1 976



EMIL KUMIN



Trustees of Trust Funds

1978 MARGARET DEREDON

PATRICIA OLESEN - 1979



1977



LEWIS F. SOULE



Town Manager
FRANK C. CARLTON



Town Counsel



Derry District Court
GEORGE H. GRINNELL, Judge



JOSEPH STANCIK

Associate Justice



EDWARD B. GARONE
GEORGE BLANCHARD
ARTHUR HOBSCH
JAMES DALEY
ROBERT A. ROSS



Chief of Police

Road Agent

Tax Assessor

Building Inspector & Health Officer

Civil Defense Director



1977
HAROLD T. BENOIT, JR.
FRANCIS L. CORMIER
NANCY W. MACKINNON
WILLIAM J. MCDONNELL



Budget Committee

1978
RONALD E. ANDERSON
RICHARD BEAULIEU
WILLIAM CARTER
GEORGE KATSAKIORES



1979
ROLAND FERLAND
KENNETH GOULD
PHYLLIS HEMEON
OSCAR S. WATT



Overseers of Cemetery

ALFRED T. HEPWORTH BERTRAND PEABODY

ROLAND M. WILLEY

Conservation Commission

DEBORAH NUTTER Term Expires 11/10/79

RAYMOND GOSSELIN Term Expires 1 1/10/79

RALPH WATTS Term Expires 11/10/78

RICHARD TRUE Term Expires 1 1/10/77

HO WARD D EARTH Term Expires 11/10/77



Housing Authority



ROGER BELIVEAU
ROBERT DERAPS
TERRENCE O'CONNOR
ARTHUR KIERSTEAD
ROY BRODIE, Chairman



Term Expires 1 2/3 1 /76
Term Expires 12/31/77
Term Expires 12/31/78
Term Expires 12/31/79
Term Expires 1 2/3 1 /80



Planning Board



BENJAMIN C. ADAMS

FLOYD MYERS

RICHARD BEAULIEU

LOUIS MARTIN

PETER PAYNE

CAROLYN JOHNSON, Chairman

FREDERICK A. TOMPKINS



Term Expires 3/8/77
Term Expires 3/8/77
Term Expires 3/8/77
Term Expires 3/8/77
Term Expires 3/8/77
Term Expires 3/8/77
Ex-Officio Member



Zoning Board of Adjustment

VINCENT FERDINANDO Term Expires 6/1/77

JANET GOULD Term Expires 6/1/78

ROBERT ZINKEWICZ Term Expires 6/1/79

LEANDER BURDICK, Chairman Term Expires 6/1/80

EVANGELINE PALMER Term Expires 6/1/81

Highway Safety Committee

RICHARD BENSON, Chairman ARTHUR REYNOLDS

GEORGE BLANCHARD EDWARD B. GARONE

JOHN CONROY PHYLLIS HEMEON

RAY DAVIS ANGELO PANTELLI
ERNEST GAINES



Bicentennial Committee



RALPH S. BONNER, Chairman
EVANGELINE PALMER
Vice Chairman
HERBERT MACGREGOR
GARY F. SMITH
MILDRED GAGE



LOIS RAF, Secretary

GLADYS MACDONALD

Treasurer

GERALD COX

DONALD HOUSTON

WARRINGTON WILLIS



-6-



SELECTMEN'S LETTER

The year of 1976 has been one of several "firsts" in the history of the Town of Derry. The first five-man
board of selectmen, the first woman member of that board, the first elected budget committee, the vote for
the first elected planning board, the first police and municipal employee unions as well as the first time the
Town Meeting was on national TV.

This year has also seen the first attempt of a budget committee to remove members of the Board of
Selectmen and the Town Manager under RSA 32: 10 and also apparantly the first in the recent history of
the State of New Hampshire. There have been twenty-six law suits, the Town being named as defendent in
all but four of these.

We had a marathon Town Meeting and a special Town Meeting in which the vote by the majority was
voided by a decision handed down by the Supreme Court -only two or three days before this meeting.

Despite all the trials and tribulations, the Selectmen have successfully negotiated a commitment with the
Manchester Water Works for the purchase of water for Town use in the 1980s. This brings the much needed
sewer treatment facility one step nearer to reality. The 1976 Town Meeting approved the necessary State,
local and Federal funding for the design of the facility. (Phase II)

The selectmen appointed members to the Planning Board who have made an important contribution
toward planning growth of the Town. A motion at the 1976 Town Meeting was the basis for appointments
to a Town Government Study Group charged with investigating other forms of Town Government. The
reports of these committees are to be found elsewhere in the Town Report.

In addition to their regular Monday night meetings, the Selectmen have been involved with committee
work in various fields. One Selectman has been actively involved in renovating the Pohce Station, a job
requiring hammer, nails, saw and cement. In their "spare time" the Selectmen and the Town Manager have
been compiling an Administrative Manual, have set up rules and regulations for personnel, and have made a
thorough review of welfare guide lines.

The basic concerns of the Board of Selectmen, when outside the courtroom, have been reviewing the
present operations and planning for the future needs of the Town of Derry.

The major effort this year was to plan for additional internal control as suggested by the Department of
Revenue Administration and the Auditor. The major thrust for the Town Meeting for 1977 is to implement
the following:

1. Reorganization of Highway, Water and Waste Water Departments under a Public Works Department
including a receiving and inventory center for purchased materials.

2. Cash registers for all cash sensitive areas.

3. A new bookkeeping machine for the Town Office.

These proposals have been made to the Budget Committee but not all have received the support of that
Committee. We hope the Town meeting will fund these items which we believe to be extremely important
for internal control.

Respectfully submitted,

THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN

Ernest Gaines

Frederick A. Tompkins

Donald Bentley

Janet M. Conroy

Benjamin C. Newell



-7-



SUMMARY INVENTORY OF PROPERTY VALUATION

The Summary Inventory of Property Valuation and Statement of Appropriations were approved by the Department of Revenue

Administration. The assessment of the 1976 taxes were made on the basis of the following figures:

Net Assessed Valuation $ 82,678,200.00

Ta.xes Committed to Collector:

Town Property Taxes Assessed $ 5,063,212.97

Precinct Taxes Assessed 484,902,68

Total Gross Property Taxes 5,548,115.65

Less: Est. War Service Tax Credits 70,593.00

Net Property Tax Commitment* $ 5,477,522.00

Tax Rate $ 61.24

*The amount of property tax commitment is subject to adjustment by reason of any increase or decrease in War Service Tax Credits
which may result based on the above approved rate.

In the event any adjustment was made in the Appropriations Section, we have enclosed a copy of the changes. Revenues and
Credits have been approved as shown on the enclosed copy of the third page of the Statement of Appropriations.

The net amounts approved for school and county are as follows:

Net School Appropriations $ 4,076,316.52

County Tax Assessment 195,948.98

In arriving at the above approved rate the Overlay has been set in the amount of $74,627.47.

SUMMARY INVENTORY OF
TAXABLE PROPERTY

Description of Property 1 976 Valuation

Land - Improved and Unimproved $ 13,459,150.00

Buildings 63,213,600.00

Factory Buildings 3,021,600.00

Public Water Utility (Private-serving pubUc) 76,600.00

Pubhc Utilities - Electric 1 ,822,000.00

Mobile Homes - Assessed as Personal Property (335) 1,470,350.00
Boats and Launches (53) 34,300.00

Total Valuations Before Exemptions $ 83,097,600.00

Blind Exemptions (5) 25,000.00

Elderly Exemptions ( 1 02) 394,400.00

Total Exemptions Mowed 419,400.00

1976 Net Valuation on which Tax Rate

is Computed 82,678,200.00

1975 Net Valuation 80,771,400.00

Total Increase $ 1,906,800.00



TAX RATE -1976



Unit of Government

Town

School

County


Derry

11.45

47.54

2.25


East Derry

11.45

47.54

2.25


Fire Departments


61.24

5.82


61.24
6.03


rOTAL RATE


67.06


67.27





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BUDGET DETAILS
1976



TOWN OFFICERS' SALARIES



1-1


Selectmen


1-2


Treasurer


1-5


Engineer


1-6


Assessor


1-7


Town Clerk - Salary


1-8


Town Clerk - Auto Fees


1-9


Town Clerk - Dog Fees


1-10


Tax Collector


1-11


Building Inspector &




Health Officer


1-12


Dog Officer


1-13


Town Manager




TOTAL


TOWN OFFICERS' EXPENSES


2-1


Clerks - Selectmen


2-2


Clerk - Tax Collector


2-3


Clerk - Assessor


2-5


Conservation Commission


2-6


Selectmen's Office Expenses


2-7


BIdg Insp/Health Officer


2-8


Dog Officer Expenses


2-9


Engineer Supplies & Expenses


2-10


Assessor Supplies & Expenses


2-11


Tax Collector Expenses


2-12


Town Clerk Expenses


2-13


Public Notices


2-14


Registry of Deeds - Recordings


2-15


Town Reports


2-16


Office Equipment


2-17


Office Equip. Repairs


2-18


Trustee of Trust Funds Expenses


2-19


Post Audit


2-20


Data Processing


2-21


Budget Comm. Expenses


2-22


Town Manager's Expenses


2-23


Selectmen's Expenses


2-24


Housing Authority Expenses



TOTAL
ELECTION EXPENSES



3-1


Ballot Clerks


3-2


Moderator


3-4


Assistant Moderators


3-5


Assistant Town Clerk


3-6


Supervisors of Checklist


3-7


Police


3-8


Notices and Supplies


3-9


Labor on Booths


3-10


Rent of Hall


3-12


Amplifiers


3-14


Stenotypist




TOTAL



1976


1976


APPROP.


EXPENDED


4,500.00


4,050.00


1,200.00


1,200.00


4,816.00


5,186.44


14,772.00


14,772.16


700.00


700.00


14,300.00


16,415.00


200.00


180.00


11,947.00


11,946.61


11,096.00


11,095.45


6,776.00


6,771.20


20.992.00


20.992.40


91,299.00


93,309.26


30,200.00


29,110.14


6,930.00


6,805.79


6,129.00


5,977.26


560.00


560.00


8,250.00


8,300.47


1,515.00


1,988.94


2,605.00


1,934.50


1,405.00


680.87


2,250.00


3,131.60


2,000.00


1,999.90


1,700.00


1,931.19


1,200.00


1,105.48


600.00


611.91


5,000.00


4,291.00


3,000.00


1,327.55


1,500.00


1,302.10


3,500.00


500.00


9,600.00


12,580.00


12,700.00


1 4,263.48


600.00


659.23


900.00


1,248.50


1,000.00


1,000.00


100.00


.00


103,244.00


, 101,309.91


640.00


744.00


250.00


250.00


300.00


275.00


100.00


100.00


600.00


600.00


750.00


904.29


600.00


1,011.98


500.00


557.11


100.00


234.90


75.00


300.00


300.00


1.097.00


4,215.00


6,074.28



-10-



DERBY DISTRICT COURT



4-1


Judge


10,700.00


10,700.00


4-2


Clerk of Courts


6,420.00


6,419.92


4-3


Associate Justice


8,000.00


8,000.00


4-4


Special Justices


1,000.00


2,100.00


4-5


Court Officer


3,000.00


3,285.00


4-6


Assistant Clerk of Courts


9,360.00


8,767.54


4-7


Guardian Ad Litenn


300.00


813.02




TOTAL


38,780.00


40,085.48


TOWN HALL & OTHER TOWN BLDGS.






5-1


Maintenance Men


18,288.00


18,095.20


5-2


Overtime - Salaries


5,000.00


3,883.91


5-3


Town Hall Expenses


10,000.00


8,098.65


5-4


Adams Memorial Building


1 1 ,000.00


11,319.98


5-5


Dog Kennel Expenses


3,010.00


2,239.38


5-6


Veterans Memorial Building


500.00


69.79


5-7


Deeded Property Expenses


500.00


.00


5-8


Deeds & Surveys


500.00


11.14


5-9


Sign Room Expenses


2,000.00


1,209.87


5-11


Hydrant Rental


3,440.00


3,440.00


5-12


Town Engineer's Office


430.00


579.09




TOTAL


54,668.00


48,947.01


SOCIAL SECURITY & RETIREMENT






6-1


Social Security


33,512.00


32,768.55


6-2


Retirement


30.252.00


36.042.36




TOTAL


63,764.00


68,810.91


POLICE DEPARTMENT






7-1


Salaries


281,770.00


279,134.32


7-2


Overtime


23,829.00


30,022.70


7-3


Outside Labor


7,300.00


9,113.93


7-4


Office Clerks


10,165.00


8,809.10


7-5


Office Equipment


1 ,000.00


887.87


7-6


Telephone


3,540.00


3,547.21


7-7


Office & Professional Supplies


3,300.00


2,476.03


7-8


Office Equipment Repairs


250.00


114.00


7-9


Officer Training School


1,575.00


470.46


7-10


Cruiser- Gas & Oil


13,240.00


15,226.83


7-11


Cruiser Maintenance


6.314.00


6.113.01


7-12


Equipment Repairs


750.00


173.08


7-13


Mileage


100.00


107.83


7-14


Prisoner Expenses


200.00


238.99


7-15


Uniforms


5,300.00


5,678.94


7-16


New Equipment


3,600.00


3,568.65


7-17


Bicycles - Supplies & Expenses


225.00


437.00


7-18


School Patrol


6,500.00


5,937.50


7-19


Chief's Expenses


100.00


104.44


7-20


Police Supplies


1.200.00


1.067.34




TOTAL


370,258.00


373,229.23


FOREST FIRES






9-1


Supplies


500.00


323.03


9-2


Forest Fires


1 .000.00


2.437.74



TOTAL 1,500.00 2,760.77



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42,000.00


48,958.06


52.021.00


49.723.68


94,021.00


98,681.74


5,924.00


6,162.19


2,500.00


6,108.50


500.00


569.00


8,924.00


1 2,839.69


1,000.00


111.52


15.000.00


50.238.89


16,000.00


50,350.41


400.00


329.44


150.00


210.42


1,750.00


1,716.31


125.00


68.00



TREES

10-1 Cutting 1,000.00 1,000.00

10-2 White Pine Blister 108.00 108.00

TOTAL 1,108.00 1,108.00

INSURANCE

11-1 General Insurance
11-2 Employees Insurance

TOTAL

PLANNING & ZONING

12-1 Office Clerk

12-2 Planning & Zoning

12-3 Filing of Plans

TOTAL

DAMAGES & LEGAL EXPENSES

13-1 Damages

13-2 Other Legal Expenses

TOTAL

CIVIL DEFENSE

14-1 Clerk Typist

14-2 Supplies & Expenses

14-3 Emergency Oper. Center

14-4 Shelter Program

TOTAL 2,425.00 2,324.17

HEALTH ASSOCIATIONS

15-1 Visiting Nurse 18,000.00 18,000.00

15-2 Salem Mental Health 11,000.00 10,316.25

15-3 Aid to Hospital 4.250.00 5.941.25

TOTAL 33,250.00 34,257.50

VITAL STATISTICS
16-1 Town Clerk 500.00 500.00

TOTAL 500.00 500.00

SEWER DEPARTMENT

17-1 Salaries 36,346.00 37,326.41

17-2 Maintenance Expense 24,000.00 24,754.28

17-3 Purification Expense 14,000.00 15,026.82

17-4 Contracted Services 6,000.00 6,987.15

17-5 Coupons and Taxes 500.00 392.88

17-7 Equipment Repairs 1,500.00 1,612.52

17-9 Training 500.00 192.74

TOTAL 82,846.00 86,292.80

CARE OF DUMP

18-1 Salaries 21,411.00 21,424.04

18-2 Dump Expenses 2,500.00 2,494.59

18-3 Vehicle Maintenance 3.000.00 2.778.18

TOTAL 26,911.00 26,696.81

HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE

20-1 Salaries 160,485.00 148,137.81

20-3 Regular Overtime 22,866.00 18,920.85



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20-4 Extra Help

20-5 Hired Equipment

20-8 Hired Equip. Snow Haul.

20-11 Salt

TOTAL

STREET LIGHTING

21-1 Electricity

21-4 Repairs to Traffic Lights

TOTAL

HIGHWAY GENERAL

22-1 Supplies

22-2 Telephone

22-3 Electricity

22-4 Building Maintenance

22-5 Heat & Fuel Oil

22-6 Tires

22-7 Gasoline

22-8 Oil & Grease


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