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REPORTS OF

Officials, Departments & Committees



of the



TOWN OF DERRY



NEW HAMPSHIRE




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FOR THE PERIOD JANUARY 1 , 1 985 TO JUNE 30, 1 986

INCLUDING TOWN CHARTER AND STREETS BY DISTRICTS



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in 2009 with funding from

Boston Library Consortium IVIember Libraries



http://www.archive.org/details/annualreportsoft1986derr



REPORTS OF
Officials, Departments & Committees

of the

Town of

DERRY

New Hampshire

For the Period January 1 , 1 985 to June 30, 1 986

Including Town Charter
and

Streets by Districts

Reports of the Town of Derry, New Hampshire — January 1 , 1 985 to June 30, 1 986



INDEX

Town Officers 7

Report of the Mayor 11

Report of the Town Administrator 12

Inventory of Taxable Property 13

1985 Tax Rate 13

Department of Revenue Administration 13

Treasurer's Report 14

Water and Wastewater Dept. Treasurer's Report 15

General Fund Balance Sheet 16

Water Fund and Sewer Fund Balance Sheets 16

Schedule of Town Property 16

Comparative Statement of Appropriations and Expenditures 17

Long Term Debt Schedule 18

Capital Projects Budget Detail 19

Report of the Town Clerk 20

Report of the Tax Collector 23

REPORTS OF DEPARTMENTS, COMMISSIONS AND COMMITTEES

Police Department 26

Public Works Department 27

Fire Department 28

Derry Ambulance Service 29

Derry Public Library 30

Taylor Library 32

Derry Historic District Commission 32

Town Welfare 33

Highway Safety 33

Recreation Department 34

Code Enforcement 34

Town Forest Fire Warden and State Forest Ranger 35

Assessing Department 36

Derry Housing and Redevelopment 36

Derry Conservation Commission 37

Animal Control 37

Derry Visiting Nurse Association 38

Center for Life Management 38

Newmarket Regional Health Center 40

Report of Trust Funds 41

Budget Summary 45

Budget Details 46

General Fund 62

Minutes of 1985 Town Meeting 65

Derry Town Charter 74

Street Listing - District 1 83

Street Listing - District 2 84

Street Listing - District 3 85

Street Listing - District 4 86

Town of Derry - Permanent Employees 87



3n miEmnriam




Donald Bentley
1910 - 1985

BOARD OF SELECTMEN



3n iMemnriam




Geraldine S. Bangs
1918 - 1986

DERRY STATE REPRESENTATIVE



3n IHemnrmm




Le under Bur dick
1925 - 1986



DERRY STATE REPRESENTATIVE



In Appreciation
for 29 Years of Service

1957 - 1986
(Retired)




Mervin L. Crabb



TOWN OF DERRY

Deputy Fire Chief



Thank you for your many years of dedicated service
to the citizens of the Town ofDerry.



Town Officers



Mayor

PaulP.Collette, Sr.



Richard Buckley
District #7

Maurice Desforge
District #2



Councillors

Frederick Tompkins
District #i

Michael Compos
District »4



Scott Gerrish
Councillor-at-large

Phyllis Katsakiores
Councillor-at-large



Town Administrator

Craig W. Bulkley
Sandra Bissette, Executive Secretary



Town Treasurer

David Buffum

Town Clerk

Cecile Hoisington
Marjorie Swanson, Deputy

Moderator

Ronald J. Hay ward



Pauline Myers



Supervisors of the Checklist

Virginia Lovejoy



Patricia Madden



Barbara Eckhaus
Carolyn Johnson



MacGregor Library Trustees

John D. Cadieux
Joan Paduchowski



Thomas Bissett
Marsha H. Koch



Marjorie Allen
Sharon Butterfield



Taylor Library Trustees

Arthur Bryant
Priscilla Johnson Fleeson



Mary Garvey
Janet Crawford



Rose Mary Fesh, Chairman



Trustees of Trust Funds

Carol Halpin



Steven Parry



Robert Cole, Chairman

Robert Newell

Frederick Tompkins

Deborah Nutter



Planning Board

Cecile Cormier

Kathryn Arranda

Paul Collette

Alternates:

Mary Ann Edman
Warrington Willis



Carmello Napoli
James Cote
Hugh Lee

Michael Compos



Town Counsel

Law Firm of: Soule, Leslie, Zelin, Sayward & Loughman

Derry District Court

Judge Lawrence Warhall
Associate Judge Joseph Stancik

Cliief of Police

Edward B. Garone

Derry Fire Chief

James Cote

East Derry Fire Chief

Arthur Reynolds

Recreation Director

Gerald Cox
Diana LaPlante, Secretary

Animal Control Officer

Florence Ouellette
Marlene Bishop, Assistant

Assessor

David Gomez
Joyce Whitford, Secretary

Finance Director

Grace Collette



Welfare Department

Geraldine LaPlume

Building Inspector/Health Officer/Code Enforcement Officer

Fred Piper

Gloria Chesson, Assistant

Jeanne Owen, Secretary



Planner I

George Sioras

Public Works Department

Rodney Bartlett, Director

Louie Bruno, Public Works Coordinator

Donald Ball, Public Works Coordinator

Sandra Lacopolis, Secretary



Tree Warden

Donald Ball



Civil Defense Director

Deane C. Buhrmann



Overseers of the Cemetery

Bertrand Peabody
Alfred Hepworth



Zoning Board of Adjustment

William Zolla, Chairman Glenn Cabana Robert Zinkovich

James Mitchell Margaret Ives



Alternates:



Marion Willis



Tony Gallo



Highway Safety Committee

Rodney Bartlett (Public Works) Chief James Cote (Fire Dept.)

Chief Edward Garone (Police Dept.) Robert Fesh

Edward Cooper Robert Pullman

Joseph Garvey Frank Lukosius

William Boyce



Derry Housing Authority

John Browri, Executive Director
Betty Hartwell, Secretary



Board of Commissioners

Conrad Quimby, Chairman James Reinhardt John Langone

Terrance O'Connor Kathryn Arranda



Hal Shea
Fred Piper



504 Compliance Committee



Donna DiMarzio
Carol Holmes



Conservation Commission

Deborah Nutter Francis Cormier Marianne Page

Thomas Dixon Albert DooUttle



Ralph Bonner
Thomas Dixon



Ginny True



Historic District Commission

Francine Nicholson

Benjamin Newell

Patricia O'Neil

Alternates

Richard Holmes



Claire Larrabee
Paul P. Collette, Sr.



Thomas Hilditch



Ronald Gagnon, Chairman



Cable Television Committee

Robert Hogan
Rosemary Fesh



John Barry



—9—



So. N.H. Planning Commission



Robert Cole
Deborah Nutter



Robert Newell
Janet Conroy



John Conroy



Personnel Review Board

Richard Benson



Larry Eckhaus



David Webber
David Brown
Paul CoUette



Impact Fee Committee

Scott Gerrish

Rodney Bartlett

Craig Bulkley



Edward Cooper
Michael Clayton



Derry 208 Water Quality Advisory Committee

Jim Hennessy Richard Marshall

Helen Hennessy Warren Crushwitz

Pat Tompkins Martha Warren




MAYOR AND COUNCIL



Front Row: Richard Buckley, Mayor Paul P. CoUette, Sr., Phyllis Katsakiores
Back Row: Frederick Tompkins, Scott Gerrish, Michael Compos, Maurice Desforge



-10-



Mayor's Annual Report
January 1, 1985 - June 30, 1986



DERRY'S FIRST MAYOR




Paul P. Collette, Sr.



This report will cover a period of eighteen months. The
transition from the selectmen form of government to the new
Mayor and Council government, along with the change in the
fiscal year (July 1 through June 30) required a budget to span
the last eighteen months.

The first twelve months from January through December
of 1985 were busy times for the outgoing selectmen and their
staff. Many projects or purchases approved by the 1985
Town Meeting were either completed or started during this
period of time.

A new Wastwater Treatment Lagoon was completed with
financing from private contributions and State funds. An
Ambulance and Fire truck were purchased for the Fire
Department, and three of our Ambulance Crew completed
schooling to become Derry's first Paramedics, offering the
residents of our Town even more professional medical
assistance than previously available.

The Planning Board with the assistance of a professional
planner, started to write a new Master Plan for the Town.
Closure of the Town Landfill at Kendall Pond Road got
underway. A new salt dome was built at the PubHc Works
Facilities on Fordway. A computerized study of our roads
was started to assist in the maintenance and reconstruction of
the Town Highway System.

Details for the purchase of the B & M Railroad Corridor
through this Town were being worked on.

Negotiations got underway with Power Recovery Systems
Inc., a Cambridge Mass. Company, for a privately owned
and operated Waste to Energy Plant on Town Property, at
the site of our present Transfer Station.

Discussions were started with the State Court Systems
concerning the amount of money they would pay to lease the
Adams Memorial Building for operation of the Derry District
Court.

The purchase of GalHens Beach was finalized, and the
facilities opened to the Public.

Computer systems were purchased for the Police, Fire,
Public Works, Planning and Finance Departments.



The Police Station was completed and opened on July 13,
1985.

The Town Election was held on November 5, 1985 to elect a
Mayor and six member Council to carry out the Administra-
tive and Legislative duties of the Town Government. On
January 1 , 1986 we assumed these duties.

The first six months of my Administration have been very
busy and exciting. In January, I appointed, with Council
approval, Edward B. Garone, Police Chief, as my Acting
Administrator, as required by the Town's new Charter. Ed
was a great asset to my office and the Town, and instrumental
in finalizing negotiations with the Firemen's Union on their
overdue Annual Contract. He also worked long hours day
and night with the Towns Department Heads, Boards and
Commissions helping to put together a Six year Capital
Improvements Program, as well as the operational Budget for
Fiscal year 1987. We were able, with the excellent cooperation
of the Council, to meet our deadUnes for Budget Approval
for 1987.

The Budget finally adopted for Fiscal Year 1987 includes
Capital Improvements of $2.5 MilHon Dollars for engineer-
ing and resurfacing, or total rebuilding of many Town Roads.
It is the intention of the Capital Improvement Program that
the Council will approve a total of another $7.5 Million over
the next ten years to carry out this Road Improvement
Program.

Also approved is two hundred thousand dollars for a
Planometric Mapping Program of the entire Town, five
hundred thousand for the purchase of land for a Municipal
Complex, and money for the replacement of the Birch Street
Bridge.

In April of '86, Edward Garone returned to the Police
Department when Craig Bulkley was appointed the first full
time Town Administrator for the Town of Derry. Craig, a
Major in the Army Reserves and former Administrator for
Center for Life Management, a local health care
organization, has taken control of the daily administration of
the Town's affairs in a very effective and professional
manner.

Since this Administration took over in January, the
Landfill Closure has been completed, and the new EPA
Wastewater Treatment Lagoons are under construction.

We have finalized negotiation with "PRS" Inc. for the
Waste to Energy Plant. We have accepted a deed to the
Railroad Corridor, and are presently studying the best
possible uses for it.

We have signed a lease with the State Court System on the
Adams Memorial Building and will receive Sixteen Thousand
Dollars a year reimbursement toward the maintenance of the
Building.

All things considered, the last eighteen months have been a
good period for the Town of Derry. I would like to take this
opportunity to thank the members of the Council, the
outgoing Selectmen, my Town Administrator, all of his
Department Heads, the members of our Boards and
Commission, our appointed Town Officers, and the residents
of our Town for helping to make my first six months in office
a productive, meaningful and pleasurable experience.



—11—



The Town Administrator's Report



TOWN ADMINISTRATOR




Craig W. Bulkley

Fiscal Year 1986 (January 1, 1985 through June 30, 1986)
was a year of transition for the Town of Derry.

The form of Government changed on January 1, 1986
replacing the five Selectmen with a Mayor and the Town
Meeting with a six member Town Council. It is everyone's
hope and expectation that this new form of Government will
help the Town better respond to the immediate and future
needs of the community as well as properly manage present
growth and plan for future development.

Paul P. Collette, Sr. assumed the Office of Mayor on
January 1, 1986 and named Police Chief Edward Garone as
Acting Town Administrator. Chief Garone served with
distinction helping the Mayor prepare his FY 1987 budget for
council review and running the day-to-day operation of the
Town from January until April 28 when I was sworn in.

The Mayor and Town Council were immediately thrown
into the budget building process in January 1986. One of the
most significant accomplishments included in the FY 87
budget (as well as the next nine years) is the ten million dollar
roadway management program. The program reviewed
almost every town road and prioritized its importance for
maintenance and upkeep based on specific criteria. Work will
commence in the spring of 1987 after necessary engineering
work is completed.

The Town took a major step toward handling its solid
waste problems by signing contracts with Power Recovery



Systems (PRS) in May 1986. PRS will build a forty million
dollar trash-to-energy facility at the site of the transfer station
and will also contract with the Town to run the new Town
landfill. While other New Hampshire towns continue to
struggle with waste disposal problems, Derry has taken a
giant step in successfully planning for its present and future
waste disposal needs.

At the point of this writing the two new sewer lagoons
under construction by Methuen Construction at a cost of over
five million dollars were approximately 60% complete. The
Town anticipates completion by February, 1987. Completion
of these lagoons will bring our treatment capabilities to 4.2
million gallons per day. Another lagoon was completed
during fiscal year 1986. What makes this noteworthy is that
thanks to the innovative thinking of Derry's PubUc Works
Director, this lagoon was completely financed without
Federal funding and without a single local tax dollar.

Over the past fiscal year, the Town continued its effort to
update equipment through the purchase of a new fire truck
(pumper), ambulance, bucket truck and new police cruisers.
New town buildings included a state of the art police
department facility, a salt dome at public works, and
breaking ground on a new wastewater treatment control
facility.

While my tenure has, in fact, been short, I still want to
extend my sincere appreciation to all the Town's department
heads who have been so helpful in orienting me to the ways of
the municipal world. They have helped make the transition
from the private sector to the public easier for me.

As we are all aware, Derry has experienced and continues
to experience substantial growth. This growth brings changes
in local government as well. The challenges presented by these
changes must be met head on. One of my goals over the next
year is to help our management staff improve their
management techniques and capabilities so as to stay ahead
of these challenges. Ultimately, this will have a positive effect
on the quality of government that serves you at the local level
and help strengthen the pride we should all feel in our
community.

Craig W. Bulkley
Town Administrator




WASTEWATER LAGOONS

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Summary Inventory of Taxable Property

Description of Property 1985 Valuation

Land - Improved and Unimproved $ 98,053,160

Buildings 321,449,975

Public Water Utility (private serving Public) 31 2,400

Public Utility - Electric 4,889,200

Manufactured Housing - Assessed as Real Property (369) 3,437,150

Total Valuation before Exemption Allowed $ 428, 141 ,885

Blind Exemptions (10) 1 15,500

Elderly Exemptions (191) 2,105,000

Total Exemptions Allowed $ 2,220,500

1985 Net Valuation on which Tax Rate is Computed 425,921,385

1984 Net Valuation 380,092,457

Total Increase (1984 to 1985) $ 45,828,928

Tax Rate - 1985

UNITS OF GOVERNMENT RATE

Municipal 6.68

County 1.14

School 21.37

29.19

Derry Fire 4.05

East Derry Fire 3.21

Combined Rate (Non-Precincts & Single School Districts-Town or Cities)

State of New Hampshire Department of Revenue Administration

Selectmen/Derry October 23, 1985

Your Summary Inventory of Property Valuation and Statement of Appropriations

have been approved. You may proceed with the assessment of 1985 taxes on the basis

of the following figures.

Net Assessed Valuation $ 425,921,385.00

Taxes Committed to Collector:

Town Property Taxes Assessed $ 12,432, 645. (X)

Precinct Taxes Assessed 1,618,801.00

Total Gross Property Taxes $ 14,051,446.00

Less: Est. War Service Tax Credits 131,250.00

Net Property Tax Commitment* $13,920,196.00

Tax Rate - Town 29.19

Precinct Derry Fire 4.05

East Derry Fire 3.21 .

*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 Appropriation.

The net amounts approved for schook, county and precincts are indicated below. These
amounts are the total monies which should be transferred to each of these units of
government.

Net School Appropriations $9,515,335.00

County Tax Assessment 514,870.00

Net Precinct Appropriation (1) 1,213,025.00 Derry Fire

405,227.00 East Derry

In arriving at the above approved rate the Overlay has been set in the amount of
$38,287.00.

Very truly yours,

Everett V. Taylor,

Commissioner

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Treasurer's Report
Year Ended June 30, 1986

General Fund — Town of Derry, New Hampshire

Beginning Balance - January 1, 1985 $ 735,321.96

Revenue Receipts:

Received from Tax Collector $ 23,562,275.70

Received from Town Clerk 2,170,606.85

Received from Water & Sewer Departments 1 ,438,198.06

Received from Police Department 76, 1 14.00

Received from Recreation Department 1 ,240.45

Received from Forrest Hill Cemetery 59,630.00

Received from Planning & Zoning Boards 29,161 .24

PICA, BC/BS, & Insurance Reimbursements 191,129.56

Licenses, Fees, Business & Building Permits 146,200.66

District Court Fines & Forfeits 10,165.00

Interest Earned on Investments 319,235.70

Received from the State and/or County 1 ,500,064.51

Received from the Federal Government 84.60

Derry Housing Authority 92,460.34

Ambulance 212,258.25

Other 433,554.82

Total Revenue Receipts $ 30,242,379.74

Otiier:

Tax Anticipation Notes & Bond Anticipation Notes $ 8,000,000.00

Matured Certificates of Deposit 23,250,000.00

Transfer from Revenue Sharing 5 12,870.06

Transfer from Police Building Fund 673,790.96

Transfer from Trust Funds 150,804.54

Transfer from Railroad Corridor Fund 206,089.41

Transfer from Third Lagoon Account 226,647.78

Transfer from 1985 EPA Account 2,050,885.61

Transfer from Landfill Closure Account 1,114,871.90

Returned Checks (2,102.90)

Adjustments & Write Offs (6,398.08)

Total Other Funds Received $ 36,177,459.28

Disbursements:

Selectmen's orders to pay $ 33,981 ,794.47

Purchased Certificates of Deposit 21,250,000.00

Tax Anticipation Note & Bond Anticipation Note - Payoff 6,000,000.00

Tax Anticipation Note & Bond Anticipation Note - Interest 224,305.77

Cancelled Checks (389,843.48)

Total Disbursements $ 61,066,256.76

Ending Balance - June 30, 1986 $ 6,088,904.22

Respectfully submitted,
David Buffum



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Water Department — Treasurer's Report

Cash in Bank, January 1, 1985 $ 131,018.68

Cash Received, June 30, 1986 1,575,101.99

Cash in Bank June 30, 1986 $ 30,853.00

Paid Selectmen's Orders, June 30, 1986 1 ,675,277.67



$ 1,706,130.67



$ 1,706,130.67

Respectfully submitted,
David Buffum, Treasurer



Wastewater Department — Treasurer's Report

Cash in Bank, January 1, 1935 $ 60,090.66

Cash Received, June 30, 1986 998,072.59

$ 1,058,163.25

Paid Selectmen's Orders, June 30, 1986 $ 979,466.26

Cash in Bank, June 30, 1986 78,696.99

$ 1,058,163.25

Respectfully submitted,
David Buffum, Treasurer




Wastewater Treatment Control Facility



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General Fund Balance Sheet
June 30, 1986
(Unaudited)

Assets

Cash $ 6,441,454.18

Receivables (net of Allowances)

Taxes 359,531.67

Accounts 60,273.52

Other Funds 453,941 .62

Other Govts 222,000.00

Total Assets $ 7,537,200.99

Liabilities & Fund Balances
Liabilities

Accounts Payable $ 503,262.45

Due to Other Govts 726.50

Taxes Payable 5,054,720.60

Due to Other Funds 87,366.51

Builder's Escrow Payable 338,301.78

Total Liabilities $ 5,984,377.84

Fund Balances

Reserve for Encumbrances $ 54,420.80

Unreserved Balance 1 ,498,402.35

Total Fund Equity 1,552,823.15

Total Liability & Fund Balance $ 7,537,200.99



Schedule of Town Property

Town Hall - Land and Buildings $ 506,000

Libraries (McGregor & Taylor) - Land & Bldgs . . . 374,100

Adams Memorial Building - Land & Bldg 686,000

Veterans Memorial Hall - Land & Bldg 249,200

West Side Community Center - Land & Bldg 377,000

East Derry Town Hall - Land & Bldg 1 16,000

Fire Department - Land & Bldgs 818,800

Police Department - Land & Bldg 1,010,000

Department of Public Works (includes Water

& Sewer Dept.) - all Land & Buildings 2,604,300

Dog Pound 20,000

Recreation Department (Includes all Buildings,

Parks & Playground) - Land & Building 752,000

Other Town owned Property Land & Bldgs. . . ... 150,000

TOTAL $7,663,700



Water Fund Balance Sheet
June 30, 1986
(Unaudited)



Sewer Fund Balance Sheet
June 30, 1986
(Unaudited)



Assets

Cash

Accounts Receivable (Net)

Due from Other Funds


$ 30,853

186,043

63,588

$_

$ 25,865
12,372

242,247




Total Current Assets

Liabilities & Equity
Liabilities

Accounts Payable

Due to Other Funds


280,484


Total Liabilities


38,237


Fund Equity

Fund Balance

Total Liabilities & Equity . . . .


242,247
280,484



Assets

Cash

Petty Cash


$ 78,696

25

105,620

44,639

$ 28,137
11,605

189,238




Accounts Receivable

Due from Other Funds




Total Current Assets

Liabilities & Equity
Liabilities

Accounts Payable

Due to Other Funds


228,980


Total Liabilities


39,742


Fund Equity

Fund Balance

Total Liabilities & Equity


189,238
228,980



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General Fund

Comparative Statement of Appropriation and Expenditure

Year Ended June 30, 1986

(Unaudited)



EPT


DEPARTRENT NfiflE


1984


1985


1986


1986


1986


UNDER


OVER






ENCUMBERED


APPROPRIATION


AVAILABLE


EXPENDITURE


ENCUMBERED


EXPENDED


EXPENDED


0!


TOWN OFFICERS SALARIES




27,206.00


27,206.00


23,577.22




3,628.78




02


HftYOR'S OFFICE




391,663.00


391,663.00


381,806.68


15,150.11




5,293,79


03


ELECTION I. REGISTRATION




12,665.00


12,665.00


10,941,22




1,723.78




04


BUILDINGS i GROUNDS


2,200.00


394,374.00


396,574.00


375,632.76




20,941.24




05


ADHINISTRATOR'S OFFICE


500.00


173,623.35


174,123.35


118,433.69




55,689.66




06


PLANNING k ZONING


13,232.00


119,133.30


132,365.30


126,195.71




6,169,59




13


POLICE DEPARTMENT


18,610.00


1,685,881.00


1,704,491.00


1,687, 586. 3fc


7,383.19


9,521.45




14


FIRE DEPARTMENT


6,869.00


1,648,949.00


1,655,818.00


1,603,688.28


2,700.00


49,429.72




15


CIVIL DEFENSE




4,675.00


4,675.00


4,287.67


250.00


137.33




16


CODE ENFORCEMENT


500.00


116,932.04


117,432.04


113,903.95




3,528.09




17


PROBATION OFFICE




34,797.20


34,797.20


49,248.89






14,451.69


20


TOWN MAINTENANCE


1,265.00


413,241.00


414,506.00


388,282.62




26,223.38




21


HIGHMAY MAINTENANCE


BOl.OO


1,497,786.85


1.498,587.85


1,595,122.01


2,500.00




99,034.16


24


STREET LIGHTING




193,000.00


193,000.00


163,772.52




29,227.48




25


CARE OF TREES




3,000.00


3,000.00


3,170.71






170.71


28


TRANSFER STATION


28,631.00


460,825.44


489,456.44


715,251.78






225,795.34


22


HEALTH DEPARTMENT




1,900.00


1,900,00


1,693.03




204.97




34


AMBULANCE


3,982,00


432,088.00


436,070.00


436,732.56






662.56


35


ANIMAL CONTROL


400.00


46,133.25


46,533,25


45,235.11




1,298.14




40


HEALTH I WELFARE




333,337.00


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