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playground or any way or place in which the public has a right
of access as invitees or Hcensees, except with a permit issued by
the Boar d o f Selectmen .

2. Any private land, building, structure or place without the
consent of the owner or person in control thereof.

Any person convicted under this ordinance shall be fined a sum
not exceeding $100.00 ( one hundred dollars ) for each offense, which
sum shall inure to the benefit of the Town of Sandown General
Fund.

This ordinance to take effect immediately upon passage.

Article 32. To see if the voters of the Town of Sandown will adopt the
following curfew regulations as authorized by N.H.R.S.A.
31:43-a,c,d,e,f andg:

(a) It shall be unlawful for any minor under the age of sixteen
years to be upon any public street, or in any public place, after the hour
of nine o'clock in the evening, unless accompanied by a parent,
guardian, or other suitable adult person.

(b) Whistles which can be heard in every part of Sandown shall be
blown at 9:00 PM and shall be called the curfew signal, after which all
children under sixteen years of age shall be required to be off the street
or public place, except when they are in company of a parent, guardian,
or other suitable adult person.

(c)" Any parent, guardian or person having the control of any
minor under the age of sixteen years who shall permit any such minor to
be upon any public street or in any public place, in violation of this
ordinance, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.

(d) For the first violation of this ordinance by any child it shall be
taken to its home by the officers, and the parents or gaurdian shall be
notified of the penalty for any subsequent violation.



(e) Upon any subsequent violation by any child, said parents or
guardians shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. In the event a fine is
imposed, the amount of such fine, up to the sum of one hundred dollars
($100.00), shall inure to the benefit of the Town of Sandown General
Fund. This ordinance shall take effect immediately upon passage.



Article 33. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate and authorize
the withdrawal from Revenue Sharing Fund established under the
provisions of the State and Local Assistance Act of 1972 for use as set
offs against budgeted appropriations for specific purposes and in
amounts indicated; and, further to authorize the Selectmen to make
prorata reductions in the amounts if estimated entitlements are reduced
or take any other action hereon.

Appropriation Estimated Amount

Fire Department $6,000.00

Police Department $6,000.00

Article 34. "Are you in favor of the adoption of the amendment to
the existing Town Zoning Ordinance as proposed by the Planning
Board?" (Ballot Question)

Article II Part A Section 2

To read as follows:

It shall be unlawful to construct, add to, alter, remove or
demolish, or to commence the construction, addition, alteration,
removal or demolition of a building or structure or install plumbing and
electrical equipment, or modify the same for the operation of a building
or structure or to convert any summer, recreational or other similar
seasonal dwelling into a dwelling which is or is intended to be suitable
for year round habitation without first filing with the building official
an application in writing and obtaining a formal permit.

Land Regulations-Zone A
Part B Section 3 Paragraph C

C. Non-sewered lots- Every residential lot not served by town sewer
shall be subject to the following:

1 . Receiving Soil - Every lot shall contain at least 20,000 square
feet of contiguous natural in-place soil having the following
characteristics:



a. The depth to ledge or impermeable stratum (soils in which
the percolation rate is greater than 60 minutes per inch) shall
be 2 feet or greater.

b. The depth to a seasonal high groundwater shall be 1 foot or

greater.

c. The average slope of the land shall be 25 percent or less. The
above items shall be determined by use of current Soil
Conservation Service United States Department of Agriculture
soil classification, or Soil Conservation Service United States
Department of Agriculture and New Hampshire Water Supply
and Pollution Control Commission reclassifications on
conjunction with on-site testing.

The receiving soil shall not include filled lands except borrow or
gravel pits renovated to meet the above specifications.

Part 2b, last sentence to read as follows:

2. Receiving Layer - Every receiving soil area, defined as
aforesaid shall contain within it an area of at least 4,000
contiguous square feet having the following characteristics:

a. The depth to ledge or impermeable stratum shall be 5 feet or
greater.

b. Land which is wet more than 6 months of the year and
existing or proposed wells shall be a minimum of 75 feet distant
from said 4,000 contiguous square foot area.

The above items shall be determined by the use of current Soil
Conservation Service United States Department of Agriculture
soil classifications or Soil Conservation Service United States
Department of Agriculture and New Hampshire Water Supply
and Pollution Control Commission reclassifications in
conjunction with on-site testing.

Two test pits are required on each lot containing 5 acres or less
and to be separated by at least 50 feet from each other in order
to determine that the requirements of Section 3-C-2 are met.

Land Regulations-Zone A
Part B Section 3 Paragraph D

To read as follows:

D. Soil Groups are defined in New Hampshire Water Supply and
Pollution Control Commission publication "Guide for the
Successful Design of Small Sewage Disposal Systems", published
December 1974, now in force, or as may hereinafter be amended.



General Regulations - All Zones
Article II Part A Section 12

To read as Follows:

The premises from which clay, sod, loam, sand or gravel is
removed shall be left in a safe and sightly condition and protected
against erosion. Such restoration shall be done within six months after
said removal.

Article 35. To transact any other business that may legally come
before this meeting.

Given under our hands and seal, this 25th day of February, in the
year of our Lord nineteen hundred and eighty.

MARGARET J. PSKOWSKI
DAVID RIZZO
HAROLD DURGIN

Selectmen



A true copy of Warrant- Attest:



MARGARET J. PSKOWSKI
DAVID RIZZO
HAROLD DURGIN

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1. Warrant Article 10 from 1976. To see if the Town of Sandown will
raise and appropriate the sum of $4,000.00 for life safety
improvements to the Town Hall such as fire exits, emergency door
releases and hand railings.

Balance $2,626.68

2. Warrant Article 21 from 1977. To see if the Town of Sandown will
vote to raise and appropriate $2,458.00 to have a soil survey done by the
Soil Conservation Service and to have Sandown placed upon a priority
list for the survey to be scheduled.

Balance $2,458.00



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United States Treasurer

Revenue Sharing 19,013.04

Interest Earned 65 1 . 1 2



19,664.16



Total Receipts $1284,954.12

Total Payments (1,077,079.31)

Balance on Hand - December 31, 1979 210,399.51



Respectfully Submitted,

WILLIAM GREGORIO

Treasurer



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DETAILED STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS



Town Officer Salaries

Ed Garvey, Federal Tax WIth-held $ 1372.61

Margaret Pskowski, Selectman 999.96

Harold Durgin, Selectman 999.96

David Rizzo, Selectman 791.64

George Romaine, Selectman 208.22

M. Eleanor Bassett, Trustee 20.00

Edward Garvey, Town Clerk fees 2009.00

Edward Garvey, Town Clerk salary 1979.44

Janet Romaine, Deputy Town Clerk 225.00

Edward Garvey, Tax Collector 2868 .50

John J. Pinard, Tax Collector 202.84

William Gregorio, Treasurer 1000.00

John Hurley, Auditor 85.00

William Schank, Auditor 85.00

TOTAL $12847.17

Town Employees Salaries

Howard Johnson, Building Inspector $1000.00

Jacqueline Adams , Dog Constable 442 . 3 5

Ruth Casey, Assistant Dog Constable 210.30

Charlotte Piper, Selectmen's Aide 3376.20

Sandra Newton, Selectmen's Aide 2969.90

TOTAL $ 7998.75



Town Employee Expenses

JacqueHne Adams, Dog Constable 345.80

N.H.S.P.C.A. 192.00

Walter Pskowski, Electrical Inspector 295.00

Donald Parent, Assistant Electrical Inspector 10.00

Howard Johnson, Building Inspector 500.00

Ruth Casey, Assistant Dog Constable 138.00

Charlotte Piper, expenses 14.80

TOTAL $1495.60



Town Officer Expenses

Margaret Pskowski, expenses $ 88.92

Harold Durgin, expenses 64.20

David Rizzo, expenses 34.95

Edward Garvey, expenses 190.29

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Joan Butterfield, recording clerk 67.34

Cathy Pelletier, recording clerk 49.50

Susan Carrington, recording clerk 84.00

Sandra Newton, recording clerk 345 . 50

Edward Garvey, tax collector expenses 482.90

N.H. Town Clerk Assoc, dues 10.00

N.H. Assessors Assoc, dues 20.00

N.H. Municipal Assoc, dues 235.30

N.H. Good Roads Assoc, dues 10.00

N.H. Tax Collector Assoc . dues 1 2 . 00

N.H. Secretary Assoc, dues, C. Piper 10.00

E.M.S. Dues 25.00

Granite State Telephone 700. 86

Hampstead Press 310.99

U.S. Postmaster 475.80

Arlington Trust Co . , computer services 1 594 . 27

Brown & Saltmarsh, supplies $557.49

Taft Business Machines 330.48

D.J. Casey, supplies 20.37

Registrar of Deeds 159.30

P.S. Stationary, suppHes 38.26

Unemployment Compensation 86.03

Equity Publishing Co . 1 4.00

Brannahan Publishing Co . 20. 50

Treasurer State of New Hampshire, supplies 103.29

Typewriter Headquarters, town clerk expense 582.00

Malcolm Cameron, locksmith 25.50

Elaine Garvey, tax collector desk 21 .00

Castle Publications 8.00

Ross Express, freight 8.20

Morris Office Outfitters 129.29

Tom Ray Office Supplies 160.23

Edward Hatch, printers 26.34

Ram Printing, town clerk 12.90

Armstrong Graphics, town report 1490.00

Real Data Corp . assessing expense 1 9 . 00

Martco, town clerk 24.55

Beattie Quellette , town clerk meeting 17.50

Davis Benoit & Tessier 306 . 80

State of New Hampshire, Board of Taxation 63 .03

Sandown PTG Calendar 94 . 00

Nettle Office Equipment, supplies 43.50

James Sewall, tax map reductions 100.00

TOTAL $9273.38

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Town Hall & Other Buildings

Drowne Enterprises, repairs

Duston Oil

Dependable Rubbish, dumpster

Public Service, electricity

Tri State Gas

Granite State Telephone

Margaret Pskowski, bathroom supplies

Portsmouth Paper, supplies

Nelson Powell, Inc., supplies

Malcolm Cameron, change locks

D.W. Burke, repairs

Norms Hardware, supplies

TOTAL



500.00

2951.49

214.00

1301.25

1653.58

61.36

5.14

66.05

21.96

39.55

57.16

32.97

6904.51



Police Salaries and Expenses and Mileage



Richard Hall

Steven Duncanson

John Manni

Richard Lister

Thomas Robinson

Philip Caron

William Shafer

Richard Haggett

James Comerford

Paul Newton

Warren Roberts

James Passanisi

Robert Johnson

Ann Gagnon

Mary Comerford

Nancy Johnson

Mary Haggett

N.H. Police Association, Dues

Cuomos Cameras

Hampstead Press

Village Press

T.R.H.S. Printing

William Shafer, windshield wiper

Malcolm Cameron, Change locks

Brown & Saltmarsh, supplies

James Comerford, reimbursement



$1035.32

355.34

540.21

183.75

359.36

400.00

319.13

1161.85

1735.59

449.81

340.00

446.83

619.50

254.30

318.48

279.50

332.39

10.00

784.90

55.00

35.00

10.00

3.35

22.00

10.42

13.76



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Granite State Telephone

Postage

T.B. Rogers, printing

Blairs Gun Shop, repair gun

Richard Haggett, cruiser keys

Fagerberg Typewriter Service

Rockingham Electronics

Alexander Eastman Hospital, Blood Test

Timberlane Tire

Bens Uniforms, supplies

Bernardo Trucking Equipment Corp.

Senter Auto Supply

Perrinos, Gas

William Shafer, Gas

R. Huard, cruiser maintenance

TuUey Buick, cruiser maintenance

Timberlane Tire, cruiser maintenance

Ashmont Electronics, portable radio repair

Plaistow Auto, parts

So. N.H. Emergency Medical, Jump Kit



713.22
3.00
50.00
56.23
3.00
27.50
15.00
30.00

163.67

843.72

38.34

1976

1421.13

12.20

200.00
10.00

583.49

95.05

4.32

115.00



TOTAL



Fire Department



$14480.22



NFPA Dues
NFPA Pamphlets

MV Fees

Irving Bassett, expenses

R.S. Bassett, warden school

R. Johnson, beacon for fire truck

Fremont Motors

Jims Repair

Senter Auto

R. Bassett, radio repair

Elmar Company

Liberty International Trucks

Hampstead Hardware

Smiths Fire Equipment

PTG Calendar

Bens Uniforms, badges

Malcolm Cameron, keys

Motor Craft, painting

N.H. Welding/Medical Supply



$58.00
78.00
14.00
8.98
62.80
50.00

838.49
47.00
50.76
20.00
53.44

133.28
21.30

112.50
4.00

505.32
12.00

100.00

175.00



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Lakes Region Fire
Forest Fire Bill

Strandell Power Equipment, generator repairs
Tri-State Gas, Heater
Agway Petroleum Corp.
Granite State Telephone
Farrar Company, Inc.
Impala Chemical
Truck Sales & Service
*$200 Gift in Revenue
TOTAL

General Expenses
Highway Department

Public Service Company

Agway Petroleum Corp., gas

Granite State Telephone

Jims Repair

Senter Auto, parts

Fremont Motors

R.C. Hazelton

Weld Alloy

Motor Vehicle Fees

General Petroleum Co.

Eastern Research

Share Corporation

Drowne Enterprises, barricades

Hampstead Hardware

TOTAL

Town Maintenance-Summer
Highway Department
Robert Johnson, labor & equipment
Alan Richards, labor & equipment
Ralph Drowne, Jr., labor & equipment
Ralph Drowne, Sr.
Worthen Brothers
Roger Sanborn
Allied Chemical

Chester Forrest Prod., tree removal
Eastern Research, bridge
Holmes & Bassett, labor & equipment
Albert Warren, labor
Les George, labor
Harold Lovering, labor
TOTAL



280.00

63.38

74.00

425.00

362.45

965.16

2198.45

452.53

37.25

$7203.09



$ 279.92

2420.23

130.16

26.00

341.53

1354.31

1413.81

259.85

4.00

209.30

465.50

34.00

95.91

156.11

$7190.63



$4948.00

431.00

894.00

92.00

272.00

128.00

994.28

275.00

280.00

2279.50

100.00

676.00

96.00

$11465.98



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Town Maintenance- Winter
Highway Department



Robert O. Johnson, labor & Equipment

Alan Richard, labor

R. Bassett, labor and Equipment

Chester Ray, labor & Equipment

Norman Bassett, labor

Douglas Durling, labor

Carl West, labor

Ralph Drowne, Sr., Sand

Jeffrey Newton, labor

Kevin Palmer, labor

Fred Bassett, labor

Ralph Drowne, Jr., labor & Equipment

Holmes & Bassett, labor & Equipment

George Newton, labor & Equipment

Palmer Construction, labor & Equipment

Dave Burke, labor

Irving Bassett, labor & Equipment

Roger Sanborn, labor & Equipment

International Salt Company

Share Corporation



$5244.00

744.00

819.00

63.00

15.00

24.00

80.00

359.40

57.00

45.00

24.00

1140.00

936.00

1328.00

1496.00

24.00

696.00

1360.00

7975.15

1612.00



TOTAL



$24041.55



Allied Chemical
Penn Culvert
TOTAL



Permanent Improvement



$160.13
778.10
938.23



Highway Subsidy



Robert Johnson
Ralph Drowne, Jr.
Allen Richards
Carl West
Holmes & Bassett
Bernard Mann
Albert Warren
Richard Hall
TOTAL



$1025.00

1002.00

54.00

496.00

80.00

102.00

144.00

613.50

$3516.50



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Damages & Legal Expenses

Grinnell & Bureau $5529. 10

Edith Holland, Register of Deeds 6.00

State of New Hampshire , hearings 15.11

F. Emerson, dog damage 42.00

R. Trudel, rabbits killed 86.00

M. Steinhoff, dog damage 24.00

Soule, Leslie, Bronstein 180.00

TOTAL $5827.11

Cemeteries ♦



Davis Benoit & Tessier $ 209.60

Balance of Appropriation 1200.00

TOTAL $1409.60
♦Receipts will show $209.60 returned.

Board of Adjustment

Derry News $214.00

PTG Calendar 4.00

Hampstead Press 22.67

C. Pelletier, minutes 18.00

S. Carrington, minutes 34,50

S. Newton, minutes 79.50

James Tammany, postage 108.51

TOTAL $468.18

Discounts, Abatements & Refunds

J. A. Simitski, Int. refund $ 28.81

C. Yeoryon, tax refund 219.54

D. Drowne, Vet. refund 50.00
D. Beaulieu, MV rebate 20.00
V. Celeste, rebate 319.90
L. Riendeau, rebate 144.90
State of New Hampshire, appeals 462.42
D. Garofalo, rebate & Int. 109.54
R. Goterch, rebate & Int. 26.20
T. Knox, rebate & Int. 94.54
J. Slemin, rebate & Int. '75-19
G. Millard, rebate 1978 135.26
M. Boswell, rebate 10-00
K. Perrino, rebate 13-50
A. Granoff, rebate 10.00
W. Duston, rebate 20.00

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E. Paulhus, rebate

P. Mills, rebate

A. Thorpe, rebate

C. Micolaisen, Sr., rebate

N. Jenkerson, MV Refund

TOTAL



10.00

39.50

10.00

959.82

7.50

$2730.63



Taxes Bought By Town

Edward C. Garvey, taxes bought by town



Street Lighting



Public Service Company



$21127.20



$898.33



Planning Board




Davis Benoit, & Tessier, Town Engineers


$4004.70


The Copy Shop, survey committee


30.00


Arlington Trust Co., Labels survey committee


28.19


PTG Calendar


4.00


Survey Committee, expenses, copies


104.00


C. Pelletier, minutes


15.00


S. Carrington, minutes


6.00


Sandra Newton, minutes


113.60


W. Melanson, Postage


58.80


David Rizzo, Postage


40.90


H. Johnson, Postage


34.15


TOTAL


$4439.34


Conservation Commission




N.H. Association of Conservation Dues


$ 40.00


Tom Neff , research and services


184.00


Janet Romaine


10.00


Acworth Conservation Commission


20.00


Jeff Young


30.00


H, Higgins, expenses


14.00


Melo Dickason, expenses


20.43


TOTAL


$318.43


Public Welfare




Derry Visiting Nurse Association


$3240.00


Town Welfare


8675.83


Greater Salem Mental Health Association




Warrant Article #8


1197.00


Southern New Hampshire Emergency Medical Service


1500.00



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Sandown Volunteer Emergency Medical Team Rescue Squad:
Granite State Telephone
M.V. Fee
Jim's Repair

A. C. True

State Line Auto, painting

Fred Teague, expenses

Fremont Motors

Farrar Company

Donald Parent, expenses

Benoit Medical Supply

American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons

N.H. Medical Supplies

Oxygen

Recertification:

Irving Bassett

James Passanisi

Fred Teague

Beth Nicolaisen
Reimbursement: Courses and Seminars

C. Durgin

Ann Gagnon

Donald Parent

Ann Personeni

William Stewart
TOTAL



TRA

Treasurer, State of N.H.

Disposal Area

Bernard Mann, Custodian

Robert Johnson, salary & equipment

Ralph Drswne, Jr., equipment

Carl West, i^uipment

Ralph Drowne, Sr., sand

Holmes & Bassett

Dependable Rubbish

Ram Printing

Lawrence Eagle, legal notice

Haverhill Gazette, legal notice

Manchester Union Leader, legal notice

Sandra Newton, clerical

TOTAL



$617.71

2.00

33.00

81.30
350.00

30.00
246.24

73.50

19.23
203.80
327.00
131.82

17.23

10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00

28.00
10.00
10.00
15.00
28.00
$2263.83

$626.56

$1512.00

2632.50

5581.10

5408.50

1177.20

50.00

963.00

12.90

26.48

16.00

46.31

42.00

$17467.99


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