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Steele, George
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St- Jean, Roger J.
Stocks, Joseph
Stopyra. Francis
Sullivan. Joan
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Theriaull. Blanche
Thibault, William F
Thomas, Dorothy
Thompson. Marianna
Thompson, William J.
Titcomb, Lucille B
Tomasino, Joseph
Tokanel, Shawn
Trammell. Mildred
Trepanier. Kenneth
Turcotte, Yvonne
Turner. Edgar
Valcourt, Diane
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Wallace, Frederick
Ware, Brian
Waterhouse, William
Warmer, IdaM
West, Robert E
White. Evelyn
Wiggin, Arthur
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RESULTS OF 2008
TOWN MEETING



Town Meeting Results - March 11, 2008
Article 1 Election of Officers (bold italic print identifies winner)



For Selectman (3 year term)




For Treasurer {3 year term)




Roland Theberge


1,636


John Sytek


3,946


Ron Giordano


1,424


Write-In


23


Michael "Mike " Lyons


2,594






John J. Manning


579






Everett P. McBride, Jr.


2,041


For Moderator (2 year term)




Write In


48


Christopher B. Goodnow


3,647






Write-in


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For Budget Committee








(3 year term)




For Supervisor of the Checklist




Peter Rayno


2,770


(6 year term)




\ames Randazzo, Jr.


3,199


Janice Habib


3,736


Wnte-ln


199


Write-in


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For Library Trustee (3 year term)




For Planning Board (3 year term)




Sally Gilman


3,808


Ronald J. Belanqer


2,262


Write-in


12


Robert J. Campbell


2.123






Thomas Campbell


1,498






Jeffrey M. Gray


1,674


For Trustee of the Trust Funds




Write-in


21


(3 year term)








Michael K. Garofalo


3,664






Write- In


17


For Zoning Board of Adjustment
(3 year term)








Christopher Sousa


2,477


For Town Clerk (3 year term)




lelTrey M. Gray


1,566


Susan Wall


5,292


Jeffreys. Hatch


1993


William P.Carter


258


Write-in


31


Betty Oldeman


1,266






Write-In


3


For Zoning Board of Adjustment
(2 year term)




For Tax Collector (3 year term)




Diana Seifert


1,794


Cheryl-Ann Bolouk


3,901


Edward S. SulTern


384


Write-in


23


Robert T.Uttley


790






jeanette Mompo


345






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Articles 2-13 Zoning Articles

Article #2 - Remove Restrictions on Political Signs

Are you in lavor oflhe adoption ol Amendment No. 1, as proposed by the Planning Board, to amend the Town Zoning Ordinance as
follows: [This amendment would remove the restrictions on political signs in the Sign Ordinance.)?
Failed on official ballot vote on March 11, 2008: Yes - 1207 No - 3,388



Article #3 - Revise Parlting Requirements for Medical Offices

Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 2, as proposed by the Planning Board, to amend the Town Zoning Ordinance as
follows: [This amendment would revise the parking requirement for medical office buildings.)?
Passed on official ballot vote on March 11, 2008: Yes -2,379 No -2,002

Article #4 - Add Parking Proximity Requirement

Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 3, as proposed by the Planning Board, to amend the Town Zoning Ordinance as

follows: [This amendment would require parking spaces to be located in proximity to a building entrance unless certain criteria are

met.)?

Passed on official ballot vote on March 11, 2008: Yes -2,752 No -1,705

Article #5 - Add Phasing Requirement for Multi-Family Housing

Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 4, as proposed by the Planning Board, to amend the Town Zoning Ordinance as
follows: [This amendment would add a phasing requirement to limit the number of non-senior multi-family housing units built in
any one project per year to 50 units.}?
Passed on official ballot vote on March 11, 2008: Yes -3,188 No -1,408

Article #6 - Revise Phasing Requirement for Senior Housing

Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 5, as proposed by the Planning Board, to amend the Town Zoning Ordinance as

follows: [This amendment would revise the phasing requirement that limits the number of senior housing units built in any one

year.)?

Passed on official ballot vote on March 11, 2008: Yes -2,547 No - 1,945

Article #7 - Revise Height Definition

Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 6, as proposed by the Planning Board, to amend the Town Zoning Ordinance as
follows: [This amendment would revise the definition of building height to reference the International Building Code.}?
Passed on official ballot vote on March 11, 2008: Yes - 2,522 No - 1,843

Article #8 - Allow Conditional Use Permits for Parking Requirements

Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 7, as proposed by the Planning Board, to amend the Town Zoning Ordinance as
follows: [This amendment would allow the Planning Board to grant conditional use permits to modify the Town's parking
requirements if certain criteria are met.}?
Passed on official ballot vote on March 11, 2008: Yes -2,242 No -2,096

Article #9 - Allow Conditional Use Permits for Sign Restrictions

Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 8, as proposed by the Planning Board, to amend the Town Zoning Ordinance as
follows: [This amendment would allow the Planning Board to grant conditional use permits to modify the Town's sign restrictions if
certain criteria are met.}?
Failed on official ballot vote on March 11, 2008: Yes - 1,896 No - 2,459

Article #10 - Allow Accessory Apartments in Recreational District

Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 9, as proposed by petition of the voters of this Town, to amend the Town Zoning
Ordinance, as follows: [This amendment would allow accessory apartments in the Recreational District.}? The Planning Board
recommends disapproval of this amendment.
Failed on official ballot vote on March 11, 2008: Yes -814 No -3,723

Article #11 - Rezone Parcels on Church Avenue

Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 10, as proposed by petition of the voters of this Town, to amend the Town
Zoning Ordinance and Zoning Map, as follows: [This amendment would rezone parcels on Church Avenue from Residential District
to Commercial-Industrial A District.}? The Planning Board recommends approval of this amendment.
Passed on official ballot vote on March 11, 2008: Yes - 2,345 No - 2,083

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Article #12 - Allow Commercial Vehicles in Home Occupations

Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 11, as proposed by petition of the voters of this Town, to amend the Town
Zoning Ordinance, as follows: (This amendment would allow commercial vehicles which meet certain criteria in Home
Occupations.)? The Planning Board recommends disapproval of this amendment.
Failed on official ballot vote on March 11, 2008: Yes - 1,548 No -3,053

Article #13 - Rezone Parcels on Willow Street

Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 12, as proposed by petition of the voters of this Tov\'n, to amend the Town
Zoning Ordinance, as follows: (This amendment would rezone parcels on Willow Street from Residential District to Industrial
District.)? The Planning Board recommends disapproval of this amendment
Failed on official ballot vote on March 1 1, 2008: Yes - 834 No - 3.444

Bond Article

Article 14 - Police Station Construction - 57,135,712

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Seven Million One Hundred Thirty-Five Thousand Seven Hundred

Twelve Dollars (57,135,712) for the purpose of constructing a new Police facility and for site improvements associated with this

project; and to authorize the issuance of not more than 56,985,712 of bonds or notes for such purpose in accordance with the

provisions of the Municipal Finance Act (RSA 33); and to appropriate up to 5150,000 in interest earnings on the invested bond

proceeds for said project and to authorize the Selectmen to issue, Negotiate, and regulate such bonds and/or notes and to determine

the rate of interest thereon and to authorize the Board of Selectmen to accept any and all State Aid or other revenue source that may

be or may become available and take any and all action necessary to carry out any vote hereunder or take any other action relative

thereto. (Requires 2/3 Vote)

Needed 3,276 for 2/3 Vote to Pass.

Failed on ofFicial ballot vote on March 11, 2008: Yes - 2,652 No - 2,267

Other Articles

Article 15 - 2008 Operating Budget - 532,249,993

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Thirty-Two Million Two Hundred Forty-Nine Thousand Nine
Hundred Ninety-Three Dollars (532.249,993) for the operational expenses of the Town for fiscal year 2008.
Passed on official ballot vote on March 11, 2008: Yes -2,684 No -2,054

Article 16 - Fund Fire Employees Union Contract - 5121,376

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of One Hundred Twenty-One Thousand Three Hundred Seventy-Six
Dollars (5121,376) such sums representing the cost of those increased economic benefits for members of the International
Association of Fire Fighters, (I.A.F.F.), Local 2892. to which they are entitled under the terms of the latest Collective Bargaining
Agreement entered into by the Board of Selectmen and the Union.
Passed on official ballot vote on March 11,2008: Yes -2,903 No -2,034

Article 17 - Fund Police Employees Union Contract - 5101,366

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of One Hundred One Thousand Three Hundred Sixty-Six Dollars
(5101,366), such sum representing the cost of those increased economic benefits for members of the Salem Police Relief, Teamsters,
Local 633 of New Hampshire, to which they are entitled underthe terms of the latest Collective Bargaining Agreement entered into
by the Board of Selectmen and the Union.
Passedonofncialballot vote on March 11,2008: Yes - 2,696 No - 2,229

Article 18 - Fund Clerical/Admin. Employees Union Contract - $43,614

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Forty-Three Thousand Six Hundred Fourteen Dollars (543,614) such
sum representing the cost of those increased economic benefits for members of the State Employees Association of New Hampshire,
(S.E.A), Local 1984, to which they are entitled underthe terms of the latest Collective Bargaining Agreement entered into by the
Board of Selectmen and the Union.
Passed on official ballot vote on March 11, 2008: Yes - 2,426 No -2,417



Article 19 - Fund Professional Employees Union Contract - $50,092

To see if the Towm will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Fifty Thousand Ninety-Two Dollars ($50,092) such sum

representing the cost of those increased economic benefits for members of the Town of Salem Public Administrators Association,

(S.P.A.A3, to which they are entitled under the terms of the latest Collective Bargaining Agreement entered into by the Board of

Selectmen and the Union.

Amended from $50,092 to $48,714

Failed on official ballot vote on March 11, 2008: Yes -2,239 No -2,591

Article 20 - Fund Public Works Employees Union Contract - $45,851

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Forty-Five Thousand Eight Hundred Fifty-One Dollars ($45,851)
such sum representing the cost of those increased economic benefits for members of the Association of Federal, State, County, &
Municipal Employees, (A.F.S.C.M.E.], Local 1801, to which they are entitled under the terms of the latest Collective Bargaining
Agreement entered into by the Board of Selectmen and the Union.
Passed on official ballot vote on March 11, 2008: Yes -2,489 No -2,376

Article 21 - 2008 Operating Budget - $32,249,993

To see if the Town will vote, if article 15 fails to pass, to raise and appropriate the sum of Thirty-Two Million Two Hundred Forty-
Nine Thousand Nine Hundred Ninety-Three Dollars ($32,249,993) for the operational expenses of the Town for fiscal year 2008, or
such other amount as the Town Meeting shall determine, for the operational expenses of the Town for fiscal year 2008.
Tabled indefinitely at deliberative session - March 15, 2008

Article 22 - Fund Unaffiliated Employees Compensation Changes - $30,950

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Thirty Thousand Nine Hundred Fifty Dollars ($30,950), such sum
representing the cost of scheduled increases in rate of pay and other economic benefits for employees not affiliated with a union.
Failed at deliberative session - March 15, 2008

Article 23 - Fund Kelley Library Employees Economic Benefits - $20,158

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Twenty Thousand One Hundred Fifty-Eight Dollars ($20,158), such
sum representing the cost of increased economic benefits for the employees of the Kelley Library. (Submitted by petition.)
Passed at deliberative session - March 15, 2008

Article 24 - Expendable Trust Fund - Employee Separation - $350,000

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Three Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($350,000), to be placed in

the Employee Separation Benefits Expendable Trust Fund previously established for the purpose of funding the buy-out of employee

benefits upon separation of employment and to authorize the transfer of the December 31, 2007 General Fund Unreserved Fund

Balance in that amount for this purpose.

Amended to add "to open up negotiations to implement a "use it or lose it" sick and vacation day policy to curtail escalating

costs in the future"

Passed at deliberative session - March 15, 2008

Article 25 - Expendable Trust Fund - Kelley Library Employment Separation - $47,483

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Forty-Seven Thousand Four Hundred Eighty-Three Dollars
($47,483), to be placed in the Kelley Library Employment Separation Benefits Expendable Trust Fund previously established for the
purpose of funding the buy-out of library employee benefits upon separation of employment, and toauthorize the transfer of the
December 31, 2007 General Fund Unreserved Fund Balance in that amount for this purpose. (Submitted by petition.)
Passed at deliberative session - March 15, 2008

Article 26 - Roadway Improvements Program - Shore Drive Area - $2,145,000

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Two Million One Hundred and Forty-Five Thousand Dollars
($2,145,000) for the purpose of repair and/or reconstruction of existing roads and associated drainage improvements on Shore
Drive, Hoyt Street, Wheeler Dam Road, and a portion of Cove Road and to further authorize that this amount be placed in the
Roadway Improvement Capital Reserve Fund previously established for reconstructing/resurfacing roads and to authorize the
Board of Selectmen to take all other action necessary in connection therewith.
Passed at deliberative session - March 15, 2008

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Article 27 - Wheeler Dam Gate Replacement - 5113,400

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of One Hundred Thirteen Thousand Four Hundred Dollars (SI 1 3,400),


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