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1968

ANNUAL

University of New Hampshire REPORT
Library

SALEM, NEW HAMPSHIRE



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1968



TOWN OF

SALEM

NEW HAMPSHIRE



INDEX



Town Officers 3

Summary Inventory of Valuation 7

Treasurer's Report 8

Summary Statement of Receipts 12

Summary Statement of Payments 15

Statement of Appropriations 18

Comparative Statement of Appropriations and Expenditures 2 1

Summary of Tax Sales Account 25

Trustees of Trust Fund Report 26

Summary of Sewer Rental Warrants 34

Town Clerk's Report 35

Certificate of Audit 36

Recreation Director's Report 37

Statement of Long Term Indebtedness 38

Police Department Report 48

Fire Department Report 52

Building Department Report 55

Health Officer's Report 57

Library Reports 59

Salem District Court Report 64

Conservation Commission Report 65

Salem Water Department 66

District Nurse Report 71

Historic District Commission 72

Industrial Consultant 74

Summary of Warrant 76

Head Tax Report 78

Vital Statistics 79
Warrant & Budget Yellow Pages



TOWN OFFICERS

MODERATOR
Charles W. Seifert

TOWN CLERK

Eleanor B. Barron

SELECTMEN

Arnold L. Leriche George Gelt William F. Lavoie

Chairman

TOWN MANAGER

Frederick T. Staples

TREASURER

Richard A. Willis

COLLECTOR OF TAXES

John H. Lamprey

HIGHWAY SUPERVISOR

Theron W. Lundberg

DIRECTOR OF RECREATION

George K. Bruso

TRUSTEES OF PUBLIC LIBRARY

Clarence L. Nutting Earl Woodbury Robert Kelly

Chairman Treasurer



REPRESENTATIVES TO GENERAL COURT

Anthony DeCesare Arthur Marden Bessie Morrison

Jeanette Gelt A. Leroy Morrill, Jr. James A. Saver

SUPERVISORS OF CHECK LIST

Albert Ford Richard Barron John Grant

Chairman

FOREST FIRE WARDENS

John Dawson William Kingdon

George Taylor William Bowlby

Francis Frame

TRUSTEES OF TRUST FUNDS

Clarence L. Nutting Ivan Gile Robert J. Wain

SCHOOL BOARD

Arthur Marden, Chairman William Knightly, Jr.

Lenice Hicks Delbert Downing

Gerald Sullivan Bernard Campbell

SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS

Paul O. Johnson

CHIEF OF FIRE DEPARTMENT

Raoul Lavoie

CHIEF OF POLICE DEPARTMENT

Everett B. Do we

JUSTICE DISTRICT COURT

Kenneth F. Romprey

SPECIAL JUSTICE

James A. Sayer, Jr.



CLERK OF COURT

Mary Kitson

HEALTH OFFICER - BUILDING INSPECTOR

James Falls

PLANNING BOARD



Terence McGrath, Chairman
Urville Beaumont
Michael Carney



Thomas Rushton

John Turner

Walter Tusen



BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT



Kenneth Folsom, Chairman
Albert Granz
Carnick Kachadorian
Maurice Murphy
C. Warren Stickney



Arthur Little, 1st Alternate

David A. Greenlaw, 2nd Alt.

Domenic Pono, 3rd Alt.

Dr. Albert Roy, 4th Alt.

David Smith, 5th Alt.



BUDGET COMMITTEE



Walter Stickney, Jr., Chairman
Wendell V. Davis
Anthony DeCesare, Jr.



Clayton Burtt

Laurence Belair

Alfred Sullivan



DIRECTOR OF CIVIL DEFENSE



Melvin Marsh



HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION



Howard Turner, Chairman
Evelyn Seed
Evelyn Ebert



John Turner
Arnold Leriche



INDUSTRIAL CONSULTANT



John L. Farrell



INDUSTRIAL COMMITTEE

Kelly Dahood, Chairman Paul Garabedian

Joseph Gaudette Fred O. Johnston

Edmund Cote, Jr. Charles W. Seifert

CONSERVATION COMMISSION

Harriet Headley, Chairman , Donald Fall

Gerard Bauters Mrs. Joseph Schultz

Donald Petzold William Schultz

RECREATION COMMITTEE

Nancy Stickney, Chairman Walter Craig

Charles McMahon Bernard Campbell

Rev. Gabriel Houle

COMMITTEE ON THE ELDERLY

Donald DeCesare, Chairman Mrs. Albert Roy

Rev. Samuel McCain Alfred Sullivan

Harold Telfer President of Golden Age Club,

Laurence Belair Honorary Member

SALEM HIGHWAY SAFETY COORDINATING COMMITTEE

Police Chief, Everett B. Dowe Chairman of Board of Selectmen,

Highway Agent, Theron Lundberg Arnold Leriche

Town Engineer, Frank Hebert School District Representative,

Town Manager, Frederick Staples William Knightly



SUMMARY INVENTORY



Land & Buildings (Including Trailers)

Land

Buildings

Factory Buildings & Land

Factory Buildings

Factory Machinery

Electric Plants

Gas Transmission Lines

New England Power

House Trailers

Stock In Trade - Merchants

Stock In Trade - Manufacturers

Boats & Launches

Cows

Pumps & Tanks

Equipment

TOTAL GROSS VALUATION
BEFORE EXEMPTIONS

Veterans' Exemptions
Blind Exemptions
Neat Stock Exemptions

TOTAL AFTER EXEMPTIONS

Taxes Before Veterans' Exemptions
Minus Veterans' Exemptions

TOTAL TAXES TO BE COLLECTED

TAX RATE



1967


1968


78,530,014


*




33,387,900




80,955,570


339,710






92,180


214,080


485,570


1,195,060


2,221,740


28,800


47,230




2,500




2,230,410


2,074,030


4,375,250


458,000


926,770


37,960


52,330


19,080


21,750


29,870


65,820


177,530


250,410


83,104,134


125,115,430


1,140,450




1,000




5,000


4,000


81,957,684


125,111,430




4,328,855.48




77,125.00


3,425,831.19


4,251,730.48


41.80


34.60



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SUMMARY STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS



1968



GENERAL GOVERNMENT:

Town officers' Salaries
Town Officers' Expenses
Town Clerk's Fees
Election and Registration
District Court
Town Hall & Other Buildings



PROTECTION OF PERSONS AND
PROPERTY:

Police Department

Planning

Fire Department

Civil Defense

Insurance

Hydrant Rental

Dog officer



HEALTH AND SANITATION:

Vital Statistics
Health Department
District Nurse
Sewer Maintenance
Town Dump
Mental Health



HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES:

Highway (Summer)
Highway (Winter)
Town Road Aid "A"
Town Road Aid "B"
Street Lighting
General Highway
Christmas Lights



25,153.36
95,720.59

7,799.72
10,922.27
10,884.71

9,302.74



198,945.80
23,718.85

222,983.34

2,216.63

32,978.03

21,000.00

5^35.28



22.00

1,111.50

3,247.00

17,422.40

10,239.96

4,500.00



93,675.17
74,237.06

2,070.01
13,270.00
33,402.14

9,812.83
500.00



I 159,783.39



507,377.93



36,542.86



226,967.21



15



LIBRARIES: $ 46,874.00



PATRIOTIC PURPOSES:

Memorial Day 600.00

July Fourth 1,499.70



PUBLIC WELFARE:

Old Age Assistance 7,659.61

Town Poor 20,672.04



RECREATION:

Parks and Playgrounds 565.00

Recreation 27,036.23

Millville Lake 24,597.79



PUBLIC SERVICES ENTERPRISES:

Cemeteries 18,703.02

UNCLASSIFIED:

Taxes Bought by Town (92,824.33) 1,191.00

Legal Expense 6,493.95

Retirement & Social Security 27,987.47

Discounts, Abatements, Refunds 6,511.00

INTEREST:

On Temporary Loans 56,909.18

On Bonded Debt 83,205.00



46,874.00



2,099.70



28,331.65



52,199.02



18,703.02



42.183.42



140,114.18



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INDEBTEDNESS:



Temporary Loans


$ 2,790,000.00


Bonded Debt


110,000.00


New Trust Funds


6,232.00




2,906,232.00


CAPITAL OUTLAY:




Sidewalks


71,151.86


Surface Drains


14,699.51


Fire Equipment


0.00


Dry Hydrants


93.75


Land Acquisition


49,200.00


Revaluation


39,630.32


Street Numbering


934.09


Emergency Vehicle


15,986.37


Art. 21 - Planning


0.00


Art. 22 - Bridge


0.00


Sanitary Land Fill


33,732.52


New Equipment


35,479.50


Art. 18 - Traffic Lights


0.00




260,907.92


STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE:




Bond & Debt Retirement Tax


63.79


Head Tax


40,203.50


Ownership of Boats


70.38



COUNTY TAX:



SCHOOL DISTRICT TAX:



211,222.79



2,422,824.10



40,337.67



211,222.79



2,422,824.10



Total Payments

Balance December 31, 1968



$ 7,102,700.86

707,599.34

$ 7,810,300.20



17



STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATIONS
1968

Town Officers' Salaries $ 25,397.00

Town Officers' Expenses 93,057.00

Election and Registration 7,000.00

District Court 11,535.00

Town Hall and Other Buildings 13,700.00

Social Security and Retirement 27,000.00

Police Department 200,544.00

Fire Department 219,139.00

Insurance 29,838.00

Planning and Zoning 32,592.00

Legal Expense 10,000.00

Dog officer and Damage 5,650.00

Civil Defense 2,200.00

Health Department 1,025.00

Vital Statistics 800.00

Dog and Motor Vehicle Fees 7,000.00

Recreation 28,434.00

Christmas Lighting 500.00

Sewer Department 27,500.00

Town Dump 10,000.00

Highway (Summer) 87,000.00

Highway (Winter) 75,000.00

Street Lighting 34,698.00

General Highway 9,300.00

Town Road Aid "A" 2,070.00

Town Road Aid "B" 13,270.00

Libraries 46,874.00

Old Age Assistance 20,000.00

Town Poor 25,000.00

Memorial Day 600.00

Parks and Playgrounds 600.00

Water Department 225,000.00

Cemeteries 15,650.00

Dry Hydrant 1,200.00

Sidewalk Construction 57,000.00

New Equipment 35,000.00

Surface Drains 15,000.00

Hydrant Rental 21,000.00



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Art. 24 - Visiting Nurse 3,247.00

Art. 21 - Planning 12,700.00

Art. 20 - Fire Pumper 35,000.00

Art. 25 - Mental Health 4,500.00

Art. 26 - July 4th 1,500.00

Art. 22 - Bridge 9,500.00

Art. 23 - Sewer Bonds 650,000.00

Principal on Debt 110,000.00

Interest 103,205.00

Art. 27 - MiUviUe Lake 26,000.00

Art. 17 - Sanitary Land Fill 40,000.00

Art. 18 - Stop Lights 12,500.00

Total Town Appropriations $2,445,325.00

Revenues and Credits:

Interest and Dividends Tax 13,317.87

Raikoad Tax 19.91

Savings Bank Tax 5,028.64

Meals and Rooms Tax 35,662.00

Water Pollution 44,943.00

Gas Tax 2,000.00

Yield Tax 413.00

Interest on Taxes & Deposits 15,000.00

Business Licenses Permits & Fees 52,000.00

Dog Licenses 3,000.00

Motor Vehicle Res 185,000.00

Rent of Town Property 3,500.00

Town Trust Funds 5,000.00

Fines and Forfeits 10,000.00

Water Department 225,000.00

Poll Taxes 12,000.00

Other Departments 7,000.00

Sewer Department 15,000.00

Art. 20 - Fire Pumper 35,000.00

Art. 23 - Sewer Bond 650,000.00

Total Revenues and Credits $1,318,884.42



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Net Town Appropriations $1,126,440.58

Net School Appropriations 2,831 808.43

County Tax Assessment 211 222 79

Total of Town, School and County S4, 169,471. 80

Add - War Service Tax Credits 77 125.00

Add - Overlay 82!258!68

Amount to be raised by Property Taxes $4,328 855.48
1,251,114.30 x 3.46 = 4,328,855.48



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Comparative Statement of Appropriations & Expenditures
Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1968





Forwarded


Appropriation


Receipts




from 1967


1968


and Reimb.


Town Officers' Salaries




$ 25,397.00




Town officers' Expenses




93,057.00


S 325.62


Election & Registration




7,000.00




District Court




11,535.00




Town Hall & Other Bldgs.




13,700.00




Police Department




200,544.00




Planning




32,592.00




Fire Department




219,139.00


80.23


Dog & Motor Vehicle Fees




7,000.00


2,285.80


Insurance




29,838.00


2,497.48


Civil Defense




2,200.00


300.00


Health Department




1,025.00




Vital Statistics




800.00




Town Dump %


1,741.70


10,000.00




Highway (Summer)




87,000.00


9,119.84


Highway (Winter)




75,000.00




Town Road Aid "A"




2,070.01




Town Road Aid "B"




13,270.00




Street Lighting




34,698.00




General Highway




9,300.00




Library




46,874.00




Old Age Assistance




20,000.00


361.46


Town Poor




25,000.00


550.00


Memorial Day




600.00




Parks & Playgrounds




600.00




Cemetery


2,900.00


15,650.00


1,465.00


Legal Expense




10,000.00




Retirement & Social Sec.




27,000.00




Interest




103,205.00




New Equipment


1,916.90


35,000.00




Bonds - Notes




110,000.00




School 1,097,783.12


2,831,808.43




Christmas Lights




500.00




Sidewalks


16,695.64


57,000.00




Surface Drains




15,000.00




Fire Reserve - Hydrants




21,000.00




Dog Officer




5,650.00




Sewer Department




27,500.00





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Recreation 28,434.00

District Nurse 3,247.00

Dry Hydrants 2,322.28 1,200.00

Emergency Vehicle 7,000.00 7,993.18

Art. 21 - Planner 12,700.00

Art. 20 - Fire Truck 35,000.00

Art. 25 - Mental Health 4,500.00

Art. 26 - July 4th 1,500.00 16.48

Land Article 78,388.53

Street Numbering 1,763.08

Art. 22 - Bridge 9,500.00

Art. 17 - Land Fill 40,000.00

Art. 18 - Stop Lights 12,500.00

Art. 27 - Millville Lake 26,000.00

Revaluation 47,558.40

County Tax 211,222.79

Overlay 82,258.68

Veterans Exemption 77,125.00



Totals $1,258,069.65 S4,772,739.91 $24,995.09



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Total Amount


Expended


Unexpended


Over-


Forwarded


Available


1968


1968


drafts


to 1969


$ 25,397.00


$ 25,153.36


$ 243.64


s




93,382.62


95,720.50




2,337.88




7,000.00


10,922.27




3,922.27




11,535.00


10,884.71






$ 650.29


13,700.00


9,302.74


1,897.26




2,500.00


200,544.00


198,945.80


1,598.20






32,592.00


23,718.85


1,373.15






219,219.23


222,983.34




3,764.11




9,285.80


7,799.72


1,486.08






32,335.48


32,978.03




642.55




2,500.00


2,216.63


283.37






1,025.00


1,111.50




86.50




800.00


22.00


778.00






11,741.70


10,239.96






1,501.74


96,119.84


93,675.17


2,444.67






75,000.00


74,237.06


762.94






2,070.01


2,070.01








13,270.00


13,270.00








34,698.00


33,402.14


1,295.86






9,300.00


9,812.83




512.83




46,874.00


46,874.00








20,361.46


7,659.61


12,701.85






25,550.00


20,672.04


4,877.96






600.00


600.00








600.00


565.00


35.00






20,015.00


18,703.02






1,311.98


10,000.00


6,493.95


3,506.05






27,000.00


27,987.47




987.47




103,205.00


140,114.18




36,909.18




36,916.90


35,479.50


1,437.40






110,000.00


110,000.00








3,929,591.55


2,422,824.10






1,506,767.45


500.00


500.00








73,695.64


71,151.86






2,543.78


15,000.00


14,699.51


300.49






21,000.00


21,000.00








5,650.00


5,535.28


114.72






27,500.00


17,422.40


10,077.60






28,434.00


27,036.23


397.77




1,000.00


3,247.00


3,247.00








3,522.28


93.75






3,428.53



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14,993.18

12,700.00

35,000.00

4,500.00

1,516.48

78,388.53

1,763.08

9,500.00

40,000.00

12,500.00

26,000.00

47,558.40

211,222.79

82,258.68

77,125.00



15,986.37



4,500.00

1,499.70

49,200.00

934.09

33,732.52

24,597.79
39,630.32
211,222.79
82,258.68
77,125.00



993.19



16.78
828.99



12,700.00
35,000.00



29,188.53

9,500.00
6,267.48
12,500.00
1,402.21
7,928.08



),055,804.65



^,417,812.78 $46,457.78 $50,155.98 $1,641,690.07



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TOWN OF SALEM
SUMMARY OF TAX SALE ACCOUNTS

Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1968



-DR-

Tax Sale 6-14-68
8-24-68

Unredeemed Taxes-
January 1, 1968

Interest



-CR-

Remittances to Treasurer:
Redemptions

Interest

Abatements Allowed

Deeded to Town

UncoUected-
December 31, 1968



Levies of
1966



1967

S93,584.10
255.46



$64,235.09
1,137.08 3,667.14



1965



;12,257.05
1,941.37



$94,940.64 $67,902.23 $14,198.42



,388.65 $50,691.75 $10,698.56

1,137.08 3,667.14 1,941.37

286.46 346.70

1,626.36 1,194.49 1,211.79



51,502.09 12,348.85



$94,940.64 $67,902.23 $14,198.42



Respectfully submitted.



JOHN LAMPREY
Tax Collector



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REPORT OF TRUSTEES OF TRUST FUNDS
TOWN OF SALEM, N. H.



For the year ending December 31, 1968



Name of Funds

John McVoy

John Dix

Cemetery

Enoch Taylor

Ordway

School Prize

John A. Bailey

Wm. E, Lancaster Spelling Bee

Wm. E. Lancaster Special Fund

Wm. E. Lancaster Cemetery Fund


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