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1979



ANNUAL EEPOET



of the



TOWN OFFICEES



of



SANDOWN, N.H.



FOR THE YEAR ENDING
DECEMBER 31, 1979



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INDEX



Board of Adjustment 58

Budget Colored Pages

Building Inspector ' s Report 48

Cemetery Report 60

Comparative Statement of Approp. & Expenditures 14

Conservation Commission 49

Derry Visiting Nurse 56

Detailed Statement of Payments 34

District Fire Chief & Forest Fire Warden 51

Dog Constable 54

Electrical Inspector's Report 49

Financial Statement 17

Fire Department Reports 47

Health Officer's Report 50

Highway Department Report 59

Library Reports 45

Mental Health Center 57

Planning Board Report 54

Pohce Department Report 52

Rescue Squad Report 50

Selectmen's Report 7

Schedule of Town Property 25

Statement of Appropriations and Taxes Assessed 10

Summary Inventory of Valuation 9

Tax Collector ' s Report 26

Town Clerk's Report 24

Town Officers 4

TRA 55

Treasurer ' s Report 31

Trust Funds 61

Vital Statistics 62

Warrant Colored Pages




INMEMORIUM

The Town of Sandown dedicates this Town Report to a man who
gave unselfishly of his time over period of many years, always
working for the betterment of his Town. His remarkable record of
town service included several years as Supervisor of the Check List
and then 24 years as Selectman.

He shared in the responsibilities of local government during many
difficult years for the Town, and was always willing to give wise
counsel from his many years of experience to any one who needed it.

In grateful tribute to a friend of many years, we respectfully
dedicate this report to the memory of



JAMES LAWRENCE PAINE
1888-1979




TOWN OFFICERS

SELECTMEN

Harold S. Durgin, 1980

Margaret J. Pskowski, Chairperson, 1981

David Rizzo, 1982

TOWN CLERK/TAX COLLECTOR

Edward C. Garvey, 1982
Janet M. Romaine, Deputy, 1980

TREASURER

William Gregorio, 1982

HIGHWAY AGENT

Robert O. Johnson, 1980

MODERATOR

Arthur C. Oestrich, 1980

SUPERVISORS OF THE CHECKLIST

Mary Raggett, 1980

Raymond S. Bassett, 1982

Lloyd A. Lessard, 1984

TRUSTEES OF TRUST FUNDS

Raymond K. Bassett, Chairman, 1980
M. Eleanor Bassett, 1981
Ernest C. Pillsbury, 1982

RECORDING CLERK-SELECTMAN AND TOWN BOARDS

Sandra E. Newton, 1980 '

AIDE TO SELECTMAN

Charlotte B. Piper (Resigned July 1979)
Sandra E. Newton (Appointed July 1979)

LIBRARY TRUSTEES

M. Eleanor Bassett, 1980
Hazel E. Rogan, 1981
Emily K.Lovell, 1982



LIBRARIAN

Susan Mast

PLANNING BOARD

Howard R. Johnson, Chairman 1981
Robert Baldwin, 1 980 Richard L. Hall, 1 98 1

John J. Pinard, 1980 Richard Levesque, 1982 Resigned Dec. 1979

Charles Hunt, Alternate, 1980 A. WilUam Melanson, 1982

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT

George E. Romaine, Chairman 1984
Daniel Lanning, Alternate, 1980 Maralyn W. Oestrich, 1981

Resigned April 1979
James P. Tammany, 1980 Robert B. O'Neill, 1982

Marjorie F. Brown, 1981 Timothy Morrill, 1983

BUILDING INSPECTOR

Howard R. Johnson, 1980
Donald Parent-Assistant, 1980

ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR

Walter H. Pskowski, 1980

CONSERVATION COMMISSION

Luanne St. Germaine, 1980 Melo M. Dickason, 1981

Dennis J. St. Germaine, 1980 Vincent J. lacamino, 1982

Robert B. O'Neill, 1981 Henry F. Higgins, 1982

AUDITORS

William G. Schanck, 1980 (Resigned November 1979)

Mary A. Sceggell, 1980 (Appointed December 4, 1979)

John Hurley, 1981

FIRE CHIEF

George W. Newton



FIRE DEPARTMENT ENGINEERS

Warren Roberts, Jr., 1980

Rudolph True, Deputy Chief, 1980

Robert O. Johnson, 1981

Irving C . Bassett , 1 98 1 Raymond S . Bassett , Deputy Chief , 1 982

David W. Burke, 1982 George W. Newton, 1982



CIVIL DEFENSE DIRECTOR

Robert A. West (Resigned March 1979)

Donald Parent (Appointed April 16, 1979)

Thomas B. Deamon, Deputy, 1980

POLICE OFFICERS

James Comer ford. Chief, 1980

Richard L. Hall, Sr., Deputy Chief, 1980

Richard D. Haggett, Sargeant, 1980

Warren Roberts, 1980 John J. Manni, 1980 (Resigned May 1979)

Paul A. Newton, 1980 Steven L. Duncanson, 1980 (Resigned May 1979)

Robert O. Johnson, 1980 Thomas P. Robinson, Jr., 1980 (Resigned

May 1979)
James T. Passanisi, 1980 Richard V. Lister, Sr., (Resigned May 1979)

SPECIAL POLICE OFFICERS

Mary M . Comer ford , 1 980 Bernard Mann , 1 980

Nancy Johnson, 1980 Melvin Wescott, 1980

Mary Haggett, 1980 Walter H. Pskowski, 1980

Ann Gagnon, 1980 Howard R. Johnson, 1980

POLICE MATRON

Lynn Leonard, 1980

ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER/DOG CONSTABLE

Jacquehne Adams, 1980
Ruth G. Casey, Assistant, 1980

FOREST FIRE WARDEN

Raymond S. Bassett

DEPUTY FOREST FIRE WARDEN

Ernest C. Pillsbury, Honorary-Permanent

John A. Geisser, Honorary-Permanent

Irving Bassett Warren H. Roberts, Jr.

David W. Burke Lloyd A. Lessard

George W. Newton, Jr.

HEALTH OFFICER

Robert K. Towne
Joseph M. Shank, Assistant, 1980



BUDGET COMMITTEE

Gertrude Millard, Chairperson, 1980
Dorothy Batchelder , 1 980 Sharon Baker, 1 98 1

Ann Personeni, 1980 (Resigned October 1979) Ann Gagnon, 1982

Carol Weber, 1 98 1 Mary Comerford, 1 982

TIMBERLANE DISTRICT SCHOOL COMMITTEE

MaryM. Comerford, 1980
Gertrude Millard, 1982

CEMETERY TRUSTEES

Ernest C. Pillsbury, 1980

KatherineJ.Shafer, 1981

Rudolph True, 1982

SELECTMEN'S REPORT

We, your selectmen have had an extremely busy year. It has been our
pleasure to serve you to the best of our ability.

Assessing was a major undertaking for this board. We have tried to
protect the towns $25,000 investment by following the formula and
guidelines set up by the Sewall Company.

Houses not completed last year were viewed this year along with new
houses, mobile homes, building alterations, additions, subdivisions and
current use property.

Unlike other years, we personally viewed the interior and exterior of
every piece of property, took measurements, and filled out the entire
property record card. After calculations were made, the newly assessed
were sent letters and hearings were held to discuss their assessed values.
Changes could be made at this time if necessary.

We estimate that nearly 1,000 hours were used to accomplish the
assessing, hearings and all that went along with this part of our job. It
should be understood by the residents of this town that we have made
every human effort to insure proper assessment. After discussing this
years assessing experience we have taken some actions to make next
years task easier and more efficient. The filing system has been
changed, we are in the process of changing the building permits and
have set up an entirely new system for pick ups. It is our opinion that
this years experience and the new system set up for next year will enable
us to continue on with the assessing without requesting monies from the
taxpayers for this service.

The contract for the Kingston landfill was finalized along with the
contract for door-to-door rubbish pick up. During this process the
board interviewed many experts in the field of waste removal and it was
brought to our attention that 'containerized compaction' is less



expensive and so we will be giving you the opportunity to make a
decision on which method of rubbish removal you wish to pay for. We
feel that it is our duty to include warrant articles for changing over to
containerized compaction for your discussion, ultimately leaving the
final decision with you, the taxpayer.

The board has worked closely with the Road Agent in the preparation
of his budget. We are making every effort to review and plan for road
and bridge needs for the town. Although his budget shows a large
increase this year, we hope that by increasing now, the future will not
bring bond issues for repairs to roads.

We have had open and honest communications with each and every
department this year. The relationships we have maintained are due to
co-operation and understanding on the part of all elected and appointed
officials of this town.

In closing, it is our desire to communicate with you, the taxpayer. We

are aware that misinformation abounds. Our office is here to serve you.

Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions regarding your

town and the officials serving it.

Respectfully,

MARGARET J. PSKOWSKI,

Chairman
HAROLD S. DURGIN
DAVID T. RIZZO

A message to the voters of Sandown. We are presenting two warrant
articles for you to vote on this year, they are methods of rubbish
removal from the town which will save you tax dollars. Of course the
present system of door to door pick up as presented in line items on the
budget, cost of door to door, $15,480. No matter which method of
removal is decided on the cost for using the Kingston dump will remain
the same and that figure including partial years increase is $11, 974.00.

Compaction will cost us $16,500.00, this price includes the purchase,
set up and installation of a 2 yard compactor ready to go. The costs for
hauling will be $75.00 per pull, it is estimated that we will need 1 pull
per week and 2 for summer months. The total cost of this for 1 year is
$5,000. Conversion could begin in May 1980 (possibly sooner) using a
four month figure a break down on savings is listed:

4 months door to door $5,160

8 months containerized 3,725

totals for year for removal 8,885

1980 Savings 6,595

If the town were to purchase the compactor from Federal Revenue
Sharing the initial cost could be cut and a small savings could still be
made for this years removal,

estimated 1 980 revenue sharing $ 1 2,000

Balance plus interest 1 979 1 ,377.92

total federal revenue

sharing available $13,377.92

Difference between cost of compactor and revenue funds, $3,122.08.
If we then take the estimated savings of $6,595 for 1980 and deduct
$3,122.08 we can still save $3,472.93 from the present system.

The warrant article for 2 40 yard open top containers is another
workable method. Prior to beginning door to door pick up, this method

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was instituted for the purpose of saving money, this eliminated burying
the dump with sand each week. This method is not as practical as the
town grows. The cost of pulling each container is $75.00 and it is
estimated that 2 pulls per week will be necessary and possibly more in
the summer months. The total estimate per year for hauling is $8,500.
This system may work well for a time but in the event of more serious
growth, longer hauling distances and other proposals that may come
from the county, it would most Hkely have to be discontinued and the
initial investment lost, whereas with a compactor, hauling is easier, and
other methods will most likely call for compaction of rubbish.

SUMMARY INVENTORY OF VALUATION



Land

Buildings

Public Water Utility

Public Utilities Electric



$11,426,489.00

18,477,583.00

6,830.00

361,540.00



Net Valuation on which tax rate is computed



$30,032,442.00



PUBLIC UTILITIES



Public Service of NH
NH Electric Cooperative



$301,940.00
59,600.00



Total



$361,540.00



Number of Inventories
Distributed in 1979 1343



Number of Individuals 29 at 5 ,000

Applying for an Elderly 5 at 10,000

Exemption in 1979 1 at 20,000



Number of Inventories
properly completed and
filed in 1979 1160



Number of Individuals
Granted an Elderly
Exemption in 1979



29 at 5,000
5 at 10,000
1 at 20,000



Number of Property Owners No. of Owners No. of Acres
who were granted Current
Use Exemption in 1979 and
total number of acres exempted:



a/c Farm Land


11


a/c Wetland


16


a/c Forest Land


32


a/c Recreational Land


10


a/c Wild Land


16



175

291

2069

43

504



Total Number of Acres Exempted under current use in 1979 3082

Total Assessed Value of land under current use $426, 198



STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATIONS
AND TAXES ASSESSED



General Government:


For Use by Town


Town Officers' salaries


$10,785.00


Town Officers' expenses


13,545.00


Election and Registration expenses 650.00


Town Hall and Other Buildings


8,125.00


Town Employees Salaries


8,488.00


Town Employees Expenses


1,900.00


Contingency


200.00



Protection of Persons and Property:
Police Department 15,030.00

Fire Department, inc. forest fires 7,000.00



Planning & Zoning


700.00


Insurance


6,562.00


Conservation Commission


400.00


Town Engineer


2,500.00


Budget Committee


500.00


Board of Adjustment


305.00


SRPD District Commission


896.00


Health:




Health Department


300.00


Ambulance


2,000.00


Town Dump & Garbage Removal


25,000.00


Highways and Bridges:




Town Road Aid


627.00


Town Maintenance


33,000.00


Street Lighting


1,200.00


General Expenses of Highway Dept.


3,000.00



Libraries:

Library 6,770.00

Public Welfare:

Town Poor & Old Age Assistance 10,000.00

Derry Visiting Nurse Association 2,915.00

G.S. Mental Health Association WA #8 1,596.00

Vic Geary Drop In Center WA #11 1,500.00

Patriotic Purposes:
Memorial Day - Old Home Day 1 50.00

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For Use By
Dept. Of Revenue



Recreation:

Parks & Playgrounds, inc. band concerts 300.00
Manpower 2,000.00



Public Service Enterprises:




Cemeteries


1,200.00


Rescue Squad


2,225.00


Unclassified:




Damages and Legal Expenses inc. dogs


5,000.00


Police Portable Radio WA #35


934.00


Waste Disposal WA# 13


33,965.00


Depot WA #17


2,000.00


Debt Service:




Principal-long term notes & bonds


3,000.00


Interest-long term notes & bonds


1,210.00


Interest on Temporary Loans


8,000.00


Capital Outlay:




Tax Map


1,000.00


Highway Permanent Improvement


10,000.00


WA #33 Social Security


400.00


Payments to Capital Reserve Funds




Fire Truck WA #15


2,000.00


Police Cruiser WA #16


1,000.00


Total Appropriations


$239,878.00



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SOURCES OF REVENUE



For Use By For Use By
Town Dept. of

Revenue



From Local Taxes:






Resident Taxes


$13,000.00


$13,300.00


National Bank Stock Taxes


7.00




Yield Taxes


500.00




Interest on Delinquent Taxes


3,500.00




Resident Tax Penalties


50.00




Inventory Penalties


500.00





From State:



Meals and Rooms Tax


10,000.00


11,720.00


Interest and Dividends Tax


4,000.00


5,191.00


Savings Bank Tax


400.00


604.00


Highway Subsidy


8,113.00




Town Road Aid


4,177.00




Reim. a/c Fighting Forest Fires


50.00




Reim. a/c Old Age Assistance


200.00




Special Gas Tax/Construction


2,000.00


4,893.00


From Local Sources, except taxes






Motor Vehicle Permits Fees


35,000.00




Dog Licenses


1,000.00




Business Licenses, Permits and Filing Fees


3,000.00




Rent of Town Property


300.00




Interest Received on Deposits


3,000.00




Income from Departments


1,000.00




Surplus




10,000.00


Sale of Town Property


200.00




Town Services


200.00




Sale of Tax Maps


20.00




Manpower


2,000.00





Receipts other than current revenue

Revenue Sharing Funds 12,000.00 12,234.00

TOTAL REVENUES AND CREDITS $104,617.00 $23,759.00

Net Town Appropriations $239,878.00

Net School Appropriations 525,605.00

County Tax Assessment 31,053.00

TOTAL: School & County $556,658.00

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Deduct: Reimb. Total Business Profits Tax
Add: War Service Credits
Add: Overlay

AMOUNT TO BE RAISED BY TAXES

Taxes to be committed to Collector
Gross Property Taxes
Less: War Service Credits

TOTAL TAX COMMITMENT



35,011.00
7,900.00
9,041.00

654,707.00



654,707.00
7,900.00

$646,807.00



TAX RATES








Prior Years


1979




Tax Rate


Approved




1978


Tax Rate




$ .40


$ .41




1.61


1.67




.07


.10




$2.08


2.18



Tax Rates

Town

School Dist.
County
Average Rate



WAR SERVICE TAX CREDITS

War Service Tax Credits Limits Number



1 . Paraplegic, double amputees
owning specially adapted
homesteads with V.A.

assistance Unlimited

2. Totally and permanently
disabled veterans, their
spouses or widows, and
the widows of veterans
who died or were killed
on active duty.

3. All other qualified persons
TOTAL NUMBER AND AMOUNT



RESIDENT TAXES



Estimated
Tax Credits



EXEMPT



$700


1


$700.00


50


144


7,200.00


LJNT


145


$7,900.00


Tax


Number


Total Amount


$10


1330


$13,300.00



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FINANCIAL STATEMENT



ASSETS



Cash:

In hands of treasurer



Capital Reserve Funds:
Fire Truck
Pohce Cruiser



Acounts Due to the Town:
Due from State:

Joint Highway Construction



Unredeemed Taxes:
Levy of 1978
Levy of 1977



Uncollected Taxes:
Levy of 1979, Including Resident Taxes

Total Assets
GRAND TOTAL



210,399.51



10,265.30
2,110.95



7.26



12,070.07
1,091.34



137,182.76



210,399.51

12,376.25
7.26

13,161.41

137,182.76

373,127.19
373,127.19



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LIABILITIES

Accounts Owed by the Town:
Unexpended Balances of Special Appropriations : 81.57
Unexpended Revenue Sharing Funds 3535.16

Unexpended State Highway Subsidy Funds 3476.64

Due to State:

2% Bond & Debt Retirement Taxes
Uncollected $3 10.74 3 10.74

Yield Tax Deposits 496.00

School District Taxes Payable 274,605. 10

282,505.21



State and Town Joint Highway Construction Accounts:
Unexpended balance in State Treasury 7.26



Capital Reserve Funds:
Fire Truck and Police Cruiser 12,376.25



7.26



12,376.25
Total Liabilities 294,888.72

Current Surplus 78,238.47

GRAND TOTAL 373,127.19



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RECEIPTS



Current Revenue:
From Local Taxes:



Property Taxes 1980


518,004.84




Resident Taxes 1980


11,350.00




National Bank Stock Taxes 1980


6.50




Yield Taxes 1980


496.00




Total Current Year's Taxes Collected and Remitted


529,857.34


Property Taxes and Yield Taxes






Previous Years


124,574.67




Resident Taxes Previous Years


500.00




Interest received on Delinquent Taxes


6224.01




Penalties: Resident Taxes


76.00




Total Previous Years Taxes Collected and Remitted


131,374.68


TOTAL TAXES COLLECTED AND REMITTED


661,232.02


FROM STATE






Meals and Rooms Tax


11,720.28




Interest and Dividends Tax


8,191.01




Savings Bank Tax


604.36




Highway Subsidy


7,931.37




Reimb. a/c Fighting Forest Fires


63.09




Reimb. a/c Road Toll Refund


142.57




Reimb. a/c Business Profits Tax


35,092.71




Special Gas Tax Construction


4,893.02




Total Receipt From State




68,638.41



FROM LOCAL SOURCES, EXCEPT TAXES

Motor Vehicle Permits Fees 46, 1 64. 50

Dog Licenses 1,321.35

Business Licenses, Permits and Filing Fees 2,224.79



Fines & Forfeits, Municipal & District Court 385.00

Rent of Town Property 1,171.00

Interest Received on Deposits 1 , 3 1 1 .48

Income From Departments 2,166.52
Total Income From Local Sources



54,744.64



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Receipts Other than Current Revenue:






Proceeds of Tax Anticipation Notes


200,000.00




Refunds


465.00




Gifts


300.00




Sale of Town Property


1,450.00




Road Defects Bond


500.00




Total Receipts Other Than Current Revenue




202,715.00



Grants From Federal Government

Revenue Sharing 12,232.00
Interest on Investments of

Revenue Sharing Funds 65 1 . 1 2

Emergency Employment Act CET A 2 ,04 1 . 1 2

Total Grants From Federal Government 14,924.24

Total Receipts Other Than Current Revenue 202,715.00

Total Receipts from All Sources 784,615.07

Cash on hand January 1 , 1980 - (July 1 , 1980) 183,163.73

GRAND TOTAL 1,185,418.04



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PAYMENTS

Current Maintenance Expenses:

GENERAL GOVERNMENT:

Town officers' salaries 12,847. 17

Town officers' expenses 9,273.38

Election and Registration expenses 748.75
Municipal and District court expenses

CETA 2,041.12

Town Hall and Other Buildings Expenses 7,873.18

Town Employees Salaries 7,998.75

Town Employees Expenses 1,687.60

Total General Governmental Expenses 42,469.95

PROTECTION OF PERSONS AND PROPERTY:

Police Department 14,480.22

Rescue Squad 2,263.83

Fire Department, inc. forest fires 7,178.09

Budget Committee 246.12

Planning and Zoning 434.64

Damages by dogs 308.00

Insurance 8,096.50

Board of Adjustment 468. 1 8

Conservation Commission 400.00

Other Protection Expenses Town Engineer 4,004.70

37,880.28



19,479.19



Total Protection of Persons and Property Expenses


HEALTH:




Health Dept. $511.20, Ambulance $1500.00


2011.20


Town Dump and Garbage Removal


17,467.99


Total Health Expenses




HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES:




Town road aid


626.56


Town Maintenance


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