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35,507.53


Street Lighting


898.32


General expenses and highway department


7,190.63


Total Highways and Bridges Expenses




LIBRARIES:




Library




PUBLIC WELFARE:




Town poor


8,675.83


Derry Visiting Nurses Assoc.


2,915.00


Total Public Welfare Expenses





44,223.04
6,770.41

11,590.83



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PATRIOTIC PURPOSES:






Memorial Day-Old home day


75.00




Total Patriotic Purpose Expenses




75.00


PUBLIC SERVICE ENTERPRISES:






Cemeteries


1,409.60




SRRPC


895.80




Total Public Service Enterprise Expenses




2,305.40


UNCLASSIFIED:






Damages and Legal expenses


5,519.11




Taxes bought by town


21,127.20




Discounts, Abatements and Refunds


2,730.62




Total Unclassified Expenses




29,376.93


DEBT SERVICE:






Payments on Tax Anticipation Notes


200,000.00




Principal-long term notes and bonds


3,000.00




Interest-long term notes and bonds


1,034.90




Interest on temporary loans


7,244.96




Total Debt Service Payments




211,279.86


CAPITAL OUTLAY:






Payments to capital reserve funds


3,000.00




Tax Map


1,150.99




Greater Salem Mental Health Assoc.


1,197.00




Vic Geary Drop In Center


1,500.00




Portable Radio


725.00




Waste Disposal


11,505.20




Depot


1,963.35




Highway Permanent Improvement


4,454.73




Encumbered Town Hall


4,090.50




Encumbered Depot


835.08




Contingency


164.16




Total Outlay Payments




30,586.01


Payments to Other Governmental Divisions:






Payment to State a-c Dog License Fees


150.50




Payments to State a-c 2% Bond






and Debt Retirement Taxes


189.43




Taxes paid to County


31,053.00




Payments to School Districts


507,588.70




Total Payments to Other Governmental Divisions


538,981.63


Total Payments for all Purposes




436,036.90


Cash on hand December 31 , 1979 - (June 30,


1980)


210,399.51



GRAND TOTAL 1,185,418.04



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SCHEDULE OF
LONG TERM INDEBTEDNESS

Long Term Notes Outstanding:
Library 15,000.00

Total Long Term Notes Outstanding 15,000.00

Total Long Term Indebtedness

December 31, 1979 - June 30, 1980 15,000.00



RECONCILIATION OF OUTSTANDING
LONG TERM INDEBTEDNESS



Outstanding Long Term Debt - December 3 1 , 1979, June 30, 1980

18,000.00

Total 18,000.00

Debt Retirement During Fiscal Year:
Long Term Notes Paid 3,000.00

Total 3,000.00

Outstanding Long Term Debt - December 31, 1979, June 30, 1980

15,000.00



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TOWN CLERK'S REPORT

2008 Motor Vehicle Permits Issued in 1 979 $46, 1 64. 50

1 979 Dog Licenses Issued (285 total) $ 1 395 . 85

Plus Late Fees 68.00

$1463.85

Less Town Clerk Fees 285 at .50 142.50



1321.35



1,321.35



Hall Rental 1 86.00

Plumbing Permits 45.00

Cemetery 250.00

Photocopies 25.00

Tax Maps 3 00

Sub-division Regulations 4.OO

Zoning Regulations 10.00
Donation to Angle Pond Fire Station

Heating - Rudolph True 200.00

Electrical Permits 40.00

Oil Burner Permits 40.00

Planning Board Fees 218.56

1979 Town Election Filing Fees 15.00

Tax Map Aerial Photo 28 .00

Board of Adjustment Fees 15.00

Dog Injury & Damage Fines 135.00

Pistol Permits 32.00

PoHce Reports 15.00

Timber Cut Bond 300.00

Building Permits 622.80

Bad Check Reimbursement & Penalties 968.23

3152.59

3,152.59
Total To Treasury $50,638.44



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SCHEDULE OF TOWN PROPERTY
As of December 31, 1979; June 30, 1980

(Give value on basis of cost. If no records have been kept, make careful
inventory and appraisal of all property belonging to the Town.)

DESCRIPTION VALUE

1 . Town Hall, Lands and Buildings 175,300.00
Furniture and Equipment 7,500.00

2. Libraries, Lands and Buildings 44,670.00
Furniture and Equipment 10,000.00

3. Police Deparment, Lands and Buildings
Equipment

5,000.00

4. Fire Department, Lands and Buildings 24,900.00
Equipment 35,750.00

5. Highway Department, Lands and Buildings 28,430.00
Equipment 12,000.00

6. Parks, Commons and Playgrounds 15,700.00

7. All Lands and Buildings acquired through

Tax Collector's deeds Steele Property 54,360.00

TOTAL 413,610.00



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TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT

(For Current Year's Levy)

SUMMARY OF WARRANTS

PROPERTY, RESIDENT AND YIELD TAXES

LEVY OF 1979

-DR.-

Taxes Committed to Collector:

Property Taxes $649,144.93

Resident Taxes 1 3 ,300.00

National Bank Stock Taxes 6.50

Land Use Change Taxes

Total Warrants $662,45 1 .43

Yield Taxes

Added Taxes:



Property Taxes $14,668.22

Resident Taxes 1,240.00



15,908.22



Overpayments During Year:

a/c Property Taxes

a/c Resident Taxes

Interest Collected on Delinquent Property Taxes 122.63

Penalties Collected on Resident Taxes 24.00

TOTAL DEBITS 678,506.28



-CR-

Remittances to Treasurer:

Property Taxes $518,004.84

Resident Taxes 11,350.00

National Bank Stock Taxes 6.50

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Interest Collected 122.63

Penalties on Resident Taxes 24.00 529,507.97

Discounts Allowed

Abatements Made During Year:

Property Taxes $11,815.55

Resident Taxes
Yield Taxes

11,815.55

Uncollected Taxes-December 31, 1979:
(As Per Collector's List)

Property Taxes $133,992.76

Resident Taxes 3,190.00

Yield Taxes

137,182.76
TOTAL CREDITS $678,506.28

SUMMARY OF WARRANTS

PROPERTY, RESIDENT AND YIELD TAXES

LEVY OF 1978

-DR.



Uncollected Taxes - As of January 1, 1979:

Property Taxes $ 1 1 2,629.68

Resident Taxes 3,070.00



Added Taxes:

Property Taxes . 987.31



Overpayments:

a/c Property Taxes -336.17



115,699.68



987.31



-336.17



Interest Collected on Delinquent Property Taxes 502.94

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Penalties Collected on Resident Taxes 32.00

TOTAL DEBITS $116,885.76

-CR.-

Remittances to Treasurer During Fiscal Year
Ended December 31, 1979:

Property Taxes $110,744.08

Resident Taxes $$$$ 500.00

Interest Collected During Year 802.75

Penalties on Resident Taxes 52.00



Abatements Made During Year:

Property Taxes 2,199.41

Resident Taxes 2,370.00



112,908.83



4,569.41



Uncollected Taxes - December 31, 1979:

Property Taxes 217.52

217.52

TOTAL CREDITS $116,885.76

SUMMARY OF WARRANTS

PROPERTY, RESIDENT AND YIELD TAXES

LEVY OF 1977

-DR.-

Uncollected Taxes - As of January 1, 1979:

Property Taxes 7.59

7.59

TOTAL DEBITS 7.59

-CR.-

Remittances to Treasurer During Fiscal Year
Ended December 31, 1979:

Property Taxes 7.59

7.59

TOTAL CREDITS 7.59

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"I hereby certify that the above list showing the name and amount due
from each delinquent taxpayer, as of December 31, 1979, on account
of the tax levy of 1979 is correct to the best of my knowledge and
belief."

EDWARD C. GARVEY
Tax Collector



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TREASURER'S REPORT

January 1, 1979 - Balance on Hand $183,163.73

1979 Receipts
Derry Bank & Trust Co., Derry



Temporary Loan


$200,000.00


Minus Interest


(7,244.96)




192,755.04


Edward C. Garvey-Town Clerk




1979 Motor Vehicles Permits


$46,164.50


1979 Dog License


1,321.35


1979 Election Filing Fee


15.00


Town Hall Rental


186.00


Plumbing Permits


45.00


Cemetery Lots


250.00


Photocopies


25.00


Town Maps


3.00


Subdivision Regulations


4.00


Zoning Regulations


10.00


Donation-Ralph True


200.00


Electrical Permits


40.00


Oil Burner Permits


40.00


Planning Board Fees


218.56


Tax Map Aerial Photo


28.00


Board of Adjustment Fee


15.00


Dog Injury & Damage Fine


135.00


Pistol Permits


32.00


Police Insurance Reports


15.00


Timber Cut Bond


300.00


Building Permits


622.80


Bad Check Reimbursements & Penalties


968.23




50,633.44


Selectmen


^.


Planning Board Fees


567.90


Sale of Town Property


1,200.00


Board of Adjustment


150.00


Rental of Town Property


985.00


Business License & Permits


1,541.99


PoHce Reports


147.50


Income from Departments


838.37


Donations-Grange


100.00


Timber Cut Bond


196.00


Cemetery Trustees


209.60


Road Defects


500.00



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Lean on Mortgages


425.92


Refunds


111.67




6,973.95


John J. Pinard-Tax Collector




1978 Property Tax


35,684.61


Interest


522.11


1978 Resident Tax


300.00


Penalties


32.00


1977 Redemptions


390.28


Interest


53.07


1977 Property Tax


7.59


1976 Redemptions


371.25


Interest


75.12




37,436.03


Edward C. Garvey-Tax Collector




1979 Property Tax


518,004.84


Interest


122.63


1979 Resident Tax


11,350.00


Penalties


24.00


1978 Property Tax


75,832.21


Interest


4,350.85


1978 Redemptions


7,841.47


Interest


299.81


1978 Resident Tax


200.00


Penalties


20.00


1977 Redemptions


3,790.17


Interest


528.61


1976 Redemptions


657.09


Interest


271.81


National Bank Stock


6.50




623.299.99


State of New Hampshire




Business Profit Tax


35,092.71


Highway Subsidy


12,824.39


Road Toll


142.57


Forest Fire Bill


63.09


Bank Tax


604.36


Interest & Dividends


8,101.01


Meals Tax


11,720.28


IVf i cppI 1 n n prt 1 1 G


68,638.41


CETA-RSETC


2,041.12


Interest Earned


1,311.48


Returned Checks


(968.23)


Redeposit of Invested Funds


100,000.00




102,384.37



32



TOWN WARRANT

THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
The Polls will be open 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM.

To the Inhabitants of the Town of Sandown in the County of
Rockingham in said State, quahfied to vote in Town Affairs:

You are hereby notified to meet at Town Hall in said Sandown on
Tuesday, the eleventh day of March, next at ten of the clock in the
forenoon, to act upon the following subjects:

Article 1 . To choose all necessary Town and School District Officers
for the year ensuing.

Article la. The following articles are to be voted at adjourned
meeting Wed. March 12, 1980 at 7:00 P.M.

Article 2. To raise such sums of money as may be necessary to defray
town charges for the ensuing year and make appropriations of the
same.

Article 3. To see if the Town will accept Town Road Aid, State to
contribute $4,116.07 Town to raise and appropriate $617.41. With
Recommendation of the Budget Committee.

Article 4. To see if the Town of Sandown will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of eighty five thousand dollars ($85,000.00) for the
construction and equipping with improvements of a permanent nature,
of a new Fire Station, such sum to be raised by the issuance of Serial
Bonds or Notes not to exceed eighty five thousand dollars ($85,000.00)
under and in compliance with the provisions of the Municipal Finance
Act (N.H.R.S.A. 33:1, et seg 2 as amended), and authorize the
Selectmen to issue and negotiate such Bonds or Notes and to determine
the rate of interest thereon; and to take such other actions that may be
necessary to effect the issuance, negotiation, sale and delivery of such
Bonds or Notes as shall be in the best interest of the Town of Sandown.
With Recommendation of the Budget Committee.

Article 5. Contingent upon passage of Article 4, to see if the Town of
Sandown will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of six thousand
dollars ($6,000.00) to be applied to the first interest payment of the
Bond issue due fiscal 1980. With Recommendation of the Budget
Committee.

Article 6. To see if the Town of Sandown will vote to authorize the
Selectmen to apply all interest received from investment of Bond
Program and to make application for, to receive and spend in the name
of the Town of Sandown such advances, grants in aid or other funds as
may or herein after be forthcoming for Federal or State sources for the
Fire House Building Program.



Article 7. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of
seventy- five thousand dollars ($75,000.00) to construct a new fire
station for the Town of. Sandown. By Petition. Without
Recommendation of the Budget Committee.

Article 8. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the
sum of twenty-two thousand dollars ($22,000.00) to repair bridge on
Fremont Road (Chapman's Bridge). With Recommendation of the
Budget Committee.

Article 9. To see if the Town will vote to install a 2 yard trash
compactor to raise and appropriate the sum of sixteen thousand five
hundred dollars ($16,500.00) for this purpose; to authorize the use of
revenue sharing funds to defray the expense of such purchase; or to take
any other action hereon. With Recommendation of the Budget
Committee.

Article 10. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the
sum of seven thousand five hundred dollars ($7,500.00) for the purpose
of purchasing a new Police Cruiser to replace the existing one, such
funds to come from the Revenue Sharing Fund established under the
provisions of the State and Local Assistance Act of 1972, as amended or
to be raised by tax dollars with the balance to be withdrawn from the
Police Cruiser Capital Reserve Fund Account, and to apply for, receive
and expend such Federal, State and County Funds as they may be
available for these purposes. By Petition. With Recommendation of the
Budget Committee.



Article 1 1 . To see if the Town will vote to purchase two (2) forty yard
open top containers to be placed at the Sandown dump for the purpose
of rubbish removal; to raise and appropriate the sum of six thousand
seven hundred and seventy dollars ($6,770.00) for this purpose; to
authorize the use of Revenue Sharing Funds to defray the expense of
such purchase; or to take any other action hereon. With
Recommendation of the Budget Committee.

Article 12. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the
sum of five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) to install sanitary facilities and
provide a life guard at Seeley Park, as per order of State Water Supply
and Pollution Control Commission. Without Recommendation of the
Budget Committee.

Article 13. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the
sum of three thousand one hundred dollars ($3,100.00) to support the
services given to the Sandown by the Derry Visiting Nurses Association.
Without Recommendation of the Budget Committee.



Article 14. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the
sum of three thousand dollars ($3,000.00) to be placed in the Capital
Reserve Account for the purpose of a new fire truck. With
Recommendation of the Budget Committee.

Article 15. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the
sum of two thousand nine hundred and thirty five dollars ($2,935.00)
for the completion of the depot. This sum is for materials only, with
labor to be donated by friends and occupants. By petition. Without
Recommendation of the Budget Committee.

Article 16. To see if the Town will vote to adopt a plan for extending
to employees of the town the benefits of title II of the Federal Social
Security Act (Old Age, Survivors, Disability and Health Insurance) as
authorized by Chapter 101 of the Revised Statutes Annotated
ammended by Chapter 302 and 322 of the Laws of 1955 and to raise and
appropriate the sum of two thousand five hundred dollars (2,500.00) to
defray the town's share of the cost thereof. With Recommendation of
the Budget Committee.

Article 16a. To see if the town wishes to exclude from the plan
services in any class or classes of positions filled by popular election.

Article 16b. To see if the Town wishes to exclude from the plan
services in any class or classes of positions the compensation for which
is on a fee basis.

Article 16c. To see if the Town wishes to exclude from the plan
services performed by election officials or election workers for a
calendar year in which the renumeration paid for such service is less
than $100.00.

Article 16d. If a plan for Social Security coverage is adopted, to see if
the town will authorize the selectmen to execute on behalf of the town
the necessary agreement with the State of New Hampshire to carry into
effect the plan and to see if the town will designate the Treasurer as the
officer to be responsible for the administration of the plan.

Article 17. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the
sum of two thousand dollars ($2,000.00) to be placed in a Capital
Reserve Account for the purchase of a new police cruiser. With
Recommendation of the Budget Committee.



Article 18. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the
sum of one thousand one hundred and eighty seven dollars and twenty
five cents ($1,187.25) for the support of the work of the Mental Health
Center for Southern New Hampshire. Without Recommendation of the
Budget Committee.

Article 19. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the
sum of one thousand six hundred and twenty four dollars ($1,624.00)
being a contribution to the Vic Geary Drop In Center for Senior
Citizens. Without Recommendation of the Budget Committee.

Article 20. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the
sum of six hundred dollars ($6(X).00) for the purpose of supporting the
Newmarket Regional Health Center, Inc. for transportation service for
the elderly and handicapped. Without Recommendation of the Budget
Committee.

Article 21. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate the sum of
three hundred and fifty dollars ($350.00) for Recreational and
Educational purposes for the elderly, and to authorize the withdrawal
of the amount requested from the Federal Revenue Sharing Funds
under the provisions ofthe State and Local Assistance Act of 1972, and
as amended in 1976. By Petition. With Recommendation of the Budget
Committee.

Article 22. To see if the Town will authorize the Selectmen to borrow
money in anticipation of taxes.

Article 23. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen to
convey property acquired by Tax Collector's deed, by public auction (or
advertised sealed bid).

Article 24. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the sale by bid or
trade-in of the Police Department's 1976 Pontiac LeMans Cruiser.
Contingent upon passage of Article 10.

Article 25. To see if the Town will vote to discontinue Door to Door
Pick Up . Contingent upon passage of Article 9 or Article 1 1 .

Article 26. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen to
make application for, to receive and spend in the name of the Town,
such advances, grants in aid or other funds as may now or herein after
be forthcoming from Federal, State and local or private agencies.



Article 27. To see if the Town of Sandown will open a Capital
Reserve Fund and deposit in that fund a gift of $704.51 to be used to
defray the costs of a well for the Town Hall. Name of reserve: Town
Hall Well Capital Reserve.

Article 28. To see if the Town of Sandown under the authority of
New Hampshire Revised Statutes Annotated, Chapter 185:1 through
185:3 and Chapter 35-B:l through 35-B:7 will create in the Town of
Sandown a Recreation and Park Commission. The members of said
commission shall be appointed according to R.S.A. 35-B:4 by the
Board of Selectmen and said commission shall consist of five members
who shall be citizens of the Town whose terms and powers shall be
governed by the authority granted under R.S.A. 35-B: 1 through 35-B:7.
This article shall take affect upon its passage. By Petition.

Article 29. To see if the Town of Sandown will vote to adopt the
following ordinance, pursuant to the provisions of RSA 31 :39:

Purpose: It Shall be unlawful for the operator of any vehicle on
any way in the Town of Sandown to make any loud, unusual, or other
unnecessary noise as hereinafter defined.

Section 1. Vehicle. The word vehicle shall include a bus, highway
building equipment, motorcycle, motor truck, motor vehicle,
semi-trailer, side car, tractor trailer and, without hmiting the generality
of the foregoing, all mechanical devices defined as "vehicle" under the
terms of RSA 259: 1 (XXXIV).

Section 2. Way. The word way shall include all areas defined as such by
RSA 259:1 (XXXV).

Section 3. Loud, Unusual, or other Unnecessary Noise. The words
loud, unusual or other unnecessary noise shall include any noise
occasioned by any one or more of the following actions of the operator
of a vehicle:

a. Misuse of power exceeding tire traction limits in acceleration,
sometimes known as "laying down rubber" or "peeling rubber"
or

b. Misuse of braking power exceeding tire traction Umits in
deceleration where there is no emergency, or

c. Rapid acceleration by means of quick upshifting of
transmission gears with either a clutch and manual
transmission or automatic transmission, without need, or



d. Rapid deceleration by means of quick downshifting of
transmission gears with either a clutch and manual
transmission or an automatic transmission, without need, or

e. Racing of engines by manipulation of accelerator, gas pedal,
carburetor, or gear selection whether the vehicle is either in
motion or standing still, without need, or

f . The blowing of any horn, except as a warning signal, or the use
of any noise-making device whether the vehicle is either in
motion or standing still.

Section 4. Penalty. Any persons convicted of the provisions of this
ordinance shall be fined not more than $50.00 (fifty dollars) for each
offense, which fine shall inure to the benefit of the Town of Sandown
General Fund.

Section 5. Validity. If any portion of this ordinance shall be held to be
invalid or unconstitutional by any court of competent authority, such
holding shall not affect, impair or invalidate any other portion of the
ordinance.

Section 6. Effective. This ordinance is in addition to all other
ordinances heretofore adopted and becomes effective immediately
upon its passage.

Article 30. To see if the voters of the Town of Sandown will adopt the
provisions of the Ordinance in accordance with RSA 31:39 as follows:

It shall be unlawful for any person to loiter, park automobiles, or
make any other use of the Town property known as Seeley Park,
without written permission of the Board of Selectmen, between the
hours of 9:00 PM and 6:30 AM.

No permit for the use of Seeley Park between 9:00 PM and 6:30
AM shall be issued unless the applicant has a reasonable need for the
use of Seeley Park. All applications for the use of Seeley Park must be
in writing setting forth the intended use and must be received by the
Board of Selectmen at least seven (7) days before the applicant wishes to
use said park.

Any person convicted under this Ordinance shall be fined a sum
not exceeding $25.00 (twenty-five dollars) for each offense, which sum
shall inure to the benefit of the Town of Sandown General Fund.

This ordinance will become effective immediately upon its
passage.



Article 31. To see if the voters of the Town of Sandown will vote to
adopt the provisions of this Ordinance in accordance with RSA 31:39,
as follows:

It shall be unlawful for any person to use or consume any
alcoholic beverage while in or upon the following:

1. Any public way as defined in RSA 259:1 (XXXV), park,


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