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New Hampshire

2007
Annual Report




'/ A DEDICATION

TO OUR AMERICAN MILITARY TROOPS
...FROM A GRATEFUL COMMUNITY



•^••



The dedication and spirit of our Military
personnel and their families is a lamp
unto the world... a shining beacon of
hope for the citizens of our country and
our allies around the globe.

They are the steadfast guardians of
freedom and democracy... bravely
sacrificing all to preserve the quality
of life for all Americans.



/




As we stand humbled before them
. . .our hearts bursting with pride...
it is with deep appreciation and
sincere gratitude that the community
of Barrington, New Hampshire
dedicates this 2007 Annual
Report to America's finest
patriots. . .our troops and
their families.

With Reverence,
The Town of Barrington



Annual Town Report of

of

Barrington
New Hampshire










For Calendar Year 2007



.In Memory

of
a Friend




Devoted family man, dedicated and insightful professor,
staunch advocate for the underprivileged... and a friend who
touched the lives of all who knew him.. .this barely skims the
surface when attempting to describe John Carney. For more
than thirty-four years, the Town of Barrington enjoyed the
enomious pride that came with counting John Carney among
our residents and our most reliable volunteers.

John was active in many groups in our community but most
of us knew him from the Barrington Food Pantry, where he
could be found on any given Thursday night. He was deeply
committed to helping people from all walks of life and the
pantry gave him an outlet to do that. His service there was
his passion He worked tirelessly to improve the facility and
coordinate food distribution to Barrington's needy families.
John eagerly extended his gentle kindness to all who visited
the Pantry and was loved by both pantry clients and
volunteers alike.

Although John's passing has left a void in our lives, his
memory will live on in our hearts, and help us to make the
right decisions as we carry on his work. Our thoughts and
prayers are with John's family, his extended family and the
multitude of friends that he held so dear.

There is no more generous gift than that of one 's time.
We remember John for always giving so freely of his.



TOWN OF BARRINGTON
ANNUAL REPORT 2007

Table of Contents

ITEM PAGE#

TOWN INFORMATION

• State Representatives 1

• Town Officers, Committees and Boards 1 - 4

• Hours Of Operation and Contact Numbers 5-6

MEETING AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION '

2007 Annual Town Meeting (with vote results) 7 - 20

Management Discussion and Analysis 21-27

Balance Sheet 28

Statement of Payments and Encumbrances 29 - 40

Revenues 41-42

Treasurer's Report 43 - 44

Tax Rate Calculation 45

Summary Inventory of Valuation 46

Tax Comparison 46

Tax Collector's Report 47 - 50

Town Clerk's Report 51-52

Trustee's Report 53

Library Accounts 54

Library Treasurer's Report 55

Schedule of Tax-Deeded Property . 56-57

Capital Equipment and Town Assets 58 - 60

2008 MEETING AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION

• 2008 Warrant Articles 61-66

• 2008 Budget 67 - 72

2007 REPORTS OF DEPARTMENTS AND BOARDS

Town Administrator Report 73 - 75

Police Department Report 76-77

Fire Department Report 78 - 79

Firemen's Association Report 80

Fire Warden and State Forest Ranger Report 81-83



ITEM PAGE #

Reports Of Departments And Boards continued...

Ambulance Department Report 84-87

Building Inspector / Health Officer 88 - 89

Road Agent Report 90

Transfer Station & Recycling Center Report 91

Swain's Dam 92

Planning Board Report 93 - 94

Zoning Board of Adjustment Report 95

Conservation Commission Report 96 - 98

Energy Task Force Report 99 - 100

Natural Heritage Committee Report 101 - 102

Recreation Department Report 103 - 105

Public Library Report 106-108

Volunteer Opportunities 109



SCHOOL DISTRICT - SAU 74

School District Officers SI

School Administrative Unit #74 S2

2007 School Deliberative Session S3 - S8

2008 School District Warrant Articles S9 - S 1 2
"Cards For Care" Project S 1 3
Budgeted Appropriations S 1 4
High School Timeline SI 5
2007 K- 12 Enrollment S16
Champions for Children S17
Superintendent's Report S18-S21
Ms Atherton's Advisory Visits the Food Pantry S22
Principals' Report . S23 - S25
School History S26 - S27
Middle School Class of 2007 S28
Dover High Tuition Rates S29



TOWN OF BARRINGTON



STATE REPRESENTATIVES



STATE SENATOR

Jacalyn Cilley

REPRESENTATIVES TO THE
GENERAL COURT District 03

Larry Brown
Rachel B Burke
James E Cyr
Marlene M DeChane



Kay Oppenheimer
Robert J Perry
Robert A Smec
Dennis P Vachon



271-3045



271-2548



TOWN OFFICERS, COMMITTEES AND BOARDS
YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2007



SELECTMEN

Vicki Roundy, Chair
David Frase
Kenneth Grant
Jacqueline Kessler
Michael Morrison

TOWN ADMINISTRATOR

Carol Reilly

TAX COLLECTOR

Madelynn Faist
JoAnn Krupski, Deputy

TOWN CLERK

Sheila Marquette
Kim Kerekes, Deputy

TREASURER

Richard O'Brien
Russell Hayes, Deputy

TOWN MODERATOR

Stanley Swier

ADVISORY BUDGET COMMITTEE

Ellen Conklin
Steve Conklin, Chair
Robert Ditursi
Lisa Jordan



TERM EXPIRES

2010
2009
2008
2010
2008



Appointed

2009
Appointed

2009
Appointed

2009
Appointed

2009



2009
2010
2008
2008



Oh say, can you see



RECREATION DIRECTOR


TERM EXPIR


Myra Frase


Appointed


Beth Watson, Assistant


Appointed


ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT




Karyn Forbes, Chair


2008


George Bailey


2010


Ellen Conklin


2008


Ray Desmarais


2009


Dwight Haley


2010


Gerard Gajewski, Alternate


2010


Douglas Hatch Jr, Alternate


2010


PLANNING BOARD




John Huckins, Chair


2008


Daniel Butcher


2009


William Horwood


2009


Edward Lemos


2009


Michael Morrison


2008


David Mott


2008


David Vincent


2008


Dawn Hatch, Alternate


2010


LIBRARY TRUSTEES




Susan Gaudiello, Chair


2009


Robert Drew


2010


Lisa Hanson


2008


Marie Harris


2010


Anne Melvin


2009


Peter Royce


2008


Ron St Jean


2009


CEMETERY COMMISSION




Richard Walker Jr


2008


Jere Calef


2010


Ron Seaver


2009


CONSERVATION COMMISSION




John Wallace, Chair


2010


Pam Failing


2010


Douglas Hatch Jr


2010


John Pontius


2008


Ron AUard, Alternate


2009


Glen Gould, Alternate


2009


Dave Mott, Alternate


2008


Peter Sandin, Alternate


2010



by the dawn's early light



TRUSTEES OF THE TRUST FUNDS


TERM EXPIRES


Marlene Allard


2010


Bruce Cilley


2008


Dennis Malloy


2009


SUPERVISORS OF THE CHECKLIST




Karen Boodey


2010


Nilda Janelle


2008


Suzanne McNeil


2012



ZONING COMPLIANCE / HEALTH OFFICER

Theodore Buczek Appointed

BUILDING INSPECTOR

Theodore Buczek Appointed

ROAD AGENT

Peter Cook Appointed

CHIEF OF POLICE

Richard Conway Appointed

FIRE CHIEF / FIRE WARDEN

Richard Walker Jr Appointed

ASSISTANT FIRE CHIEF

Philip Boodey Appointed

DEPUTY FIRE WARDENS

Russell Bassett Appointed

Philip Boodey Appointed

Timothy Boodey Appointed

Russell Hayes Appointed

John Janelle Appointed

Robert Sabean Appointed

Paul Sanders Appointed

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT DIRECTOR

Richard Walker Jr Appointed

RECREATION COMMISSION

Deb Meatty, Chair 2009

LisaAllis 2010

Steve Dowe 2010

Patricia Newhall 2009

David Whitten 2008

Judy Dowe, Alternate 2009



What so proudly we hailed



NATURAL HERITAGE COMMISSION


TERM EXPIRES


Marika Wilde, Chair


Appointed


Clayton Carl


Appointed


Robert Edmonds


Appointed


Stephen Jeffery


Appointed


Ann Melvin


Appointed


Charles Tatham


Appointed


Faith Wallace


Appointed


John Wallace


Appointed


ENERGY COMMISSION




John Bergman, Chair


Appointed


Mark Batchelder


Appointed


Nicola Blake


Appointed


Laura Davie


Appointed


Julia Dundorf


Appointed


Cynthia Hoisington


Appointed


Tobias Marquette


Appointed


Chuck O'Ceallaigh


Appointed


Cheryl Parker


Appointed


Joe Pearson


Appointed


David Wiengart


Appointed




at the twilight's last gleaming?



BARRINGTON TOWN OFFICES
HOURS OF OPERATION & CONTACT NUMBERS
FAX (603) 664-5179 www.barrington.nh.gov

SELECTMEN 41 Province Ln 664-9007

Office Hours: 8 am to 4:30 pm Mon-Thur, 8 am to noon Fri

♦ Carol Reilly - Town Administrator

♦ Carolyn Berryment - Finance/Welfare Director

♦ Norma McCullock - Accounts Payable Clerk

♦ Amanda Taylor - Receptionist/ Welfare

♦ Cheryl Huckins - Secretary

♦ Suzanne McNeil - S/M Secretary/Assessing Clerk

TOWN CLERK 41 Province Ln 664-5476

Office Hours: 8 am to 4: 1 5 pm Mon, Tue & Thur
4 pm to 6 pm Wed, 8 am to noon Fri

♦ Sheila Marquette - Town Clerk

♦ Kim Kerekes - Deputy Town Clerk

♦ Camille Browne - Office Assistant

TAX COLLECTOR 41 Province Ln 664-2230

Office Hours: 9 am to 2 pm Mon, Tue & Thur
4 pm to 6 pm Wed, Closed Fri

♦ Madelynn Faist - Tax Collector

♦ JoAnn KjTipski - Deputy Tax Collector

BUILDING INSPECTOR 41 Province Ln 664-5183

HEALTH OFFICER

Office Hours: 9 am to 3 pm Mon -Thur, Closed Fri

♦ Theodore Buczek - Code Enforcement/Health

♦ Penny Smith - Bulding Clerk

ROAD AGENT 41 Province Ln 664-9007

OtTice Hours: By Appointment

♦ Peter Cook - Road Agent

PLANNING-CONSERVATION 41 Province Ln 664-5798

ZONING

Office Hours: 8 am to 3 pm Mon - Thur, Closed Fri

♦ Dawn Hatch - Land Use Clerk

♦ Barbara Irvine - Office Assistant

♦ Tom Ursia - Town Planner

LIBRARY 39 Province Ln 664-9715

Libraiy Hours: 10 am to 6 pm Mon, Tue, Thur

1 2 pm to 8 pm Wed, 1 am to 5 pm Fri
1 am to 3 pm Sat
♦ Amey Inglis - Library Director

Whose broad stripes and bright stars



DEPARTMENTS HOURS OF OPERATION
AND CONTACT NUMBERS

EMERGENCY SERVICES 249 Rte 9 664-2241

♦ Richard Walker Jr - Emergency Svc Dir

& Fire Chief

♦ Tony Maggio - Ambulance Chief

For Burn Permits Calh

♦ RussBassett 664-2971

♦ Richard Walker Jr 332-3944

♦ Selectmen's Office 664-9007

FIREWARDEN 248 Rte 9 664-2241

♦ Richard Walker Jr - Fire Warden

POLICE DEPARTMENT 259 Rte 9 664-7679

♦ Richard Conway - Police Chief

NH STATE POLICE 800-525-5555

RECREATION DEPARTMENT 39 Province Ln 664-5224

Office Hours: 9 am to 5 pm Mon-Thur, By Appt Fri

♦ Myra Frase - Recreation Director

♦ Beth Watson - Asst Recreation Director

RURAL VISITING NURSE 755-2202

TRANSFER STATION &

RECYCLING CENTER Smoke St 664-5379

♦ Peter Cook - Manager

Permit Stickers: Available at the gate

Summer Hoursi (Memorial thru Labor Day)
1 pm to 5 pm Tue & Thur
8 am to 5 pm Sat

Winter Hoursi (Labor thru Memorial Day)
1 pm to 5 pm Tue
8 am to 5 pm Sat

SCHOOL OFFICES 41 Province Ln

Office Hours: 8 am to 4 pm Mon - Fri
(Summer): 8 am to 3 pm Mon - Fri

♦ Elementary School 664-2641

♦ Middle School 664-2127

♦ SAU Offices 664-2715



through the perilous fight



2007

TOWN OF BARRINGTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE

Annual Town Meeting, First Session

To the inhabitants of the Town of Barrington, in the County of
Strafford, State of New Hampshire, quaUfied to vote in Town affairs;
You are hereby notified of the annual meeting.

The first session for the transaction of all business other than voting
by official ballot shall be held Saturday, the 3rd day of February
2007 at 9:00 am. at the new Middle School on Route 9 in
Barrington. The first session shall consist of explanation, discussion,
and debate of each warrant article. Warrant articles may be amended,
subject to the following limitations:

a) Warrant articles whose wording is prescribed by law shall not
be amended.

b) Warrant articles that are amended shall be placed on the official
ballot for final vote on the main motion, as amended.

The second session of the annual meeting, to vote on questions
required by law to be inserted on said official ballot, and to vote on
all warrant articles from the first session on official ballot shall be
held Tuesday, March 13, 2007 at the new Middle School on Route 9
in Barrington. The polls shall be open from 8:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M.

The Moderator explained his rules of order.

1 . No smoking allowed.

2. The Moderator does not observe any set rules of order.

3. The Moderator reserves the right to limit debate.

4. All debate must be concise.

5. All debate must be pertinent to the article.

6. Before speaking, each person must be recognized by the
Moderator and must state his/her name.

7. Complicated motions must be in writing.

8. If a secret ballot is requested, the elderly and disabled will vote
first.

9. The Selectmen and Advisory Budget Committee may speak to
the article first.

10. The Moderator may not recognize repeating speakers until others

have a chance to speak.

1 1. The Moderator may restrict the number of motions on the fioor.

12. There shall be no personal attacks.

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ARTICLES

Article 1. To choose all necessary Town Officers by ballot and
majority vote, including:

Two Selectmen for three years.

Two Library Trustees for three years.

One Tmstee of Trust Funds for three years.

One Town Moderator for three years.
One Cemetery Commissioner for three years.

Results: Selectmen 3 yrs: Vicki Roundy, Jacqueline Kessler
Library Trustees 3 yrs: Robert Drew, Marie Hrr: "s
Trustee of Trust Fund 3 yrs: Marlene Allard
Town Moderator 3 yrs: Stanley Swier
Cemetery Commissioner 3 yrs: Jere Calef

Article 2. Are you in favor of repealing the existing Barrington
Zoning Ordinance and adopting the new Barrington Zoning
Ordinance as proposed by the Planning Board? [Majority Vote
Required).

The Moderator explained that since the Zoning Ordinance could not
be changed at this meeting, the article would appear on the ballot as
written.

Article 2 Failed To Pass

Article 3. "Shall the Town of Barrington raise and appropriate as an
operating budget, not including appropriations by special warrant
articles and other appropriations voted separately, the amounts set
forth on the budget posted with the warrant or as amended by vote of
the first session, for the purposes set forth therein, totaling
$4,789,153.00?" Should this article be defeated, the operating
budget shall be $4,600,366.00 which is the same as last year, with
certain adjustments required by previous action of the Town of
Barrington or by law, or the governing body may hold one special
meeting in accordance with RSA 40:13, X and XVI, to take up the
issue of a revised operating budget only.

A majority of the Board of Selectmen recommends this
appropriation and the Advisory Budget Committee unanimously
recommends this appropriation. [Majority Vote Required).
MOTION: M. MORRISON SECOND: V. ROUNDY

Selectmen George Bailey and Budget Committee member Steve
Conklin spoke first to the article. There was additional discussion
concerning the role of a Land Steward. Robert Ekert, after raising his

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2007 Deliberative Session continued. . .

concerns and those of the surrounding towns about the protection of
the Tamposi Property, moved to amend the article to include
$45,000.00 to support the addition of this position. This was
seconded by Charter Weeks. George Bailey requested to amend the
motion to include $12,500.00 for benefits, which would bring the
total to $57,500.00. This was seconded by Charter Weeks. Robert
Ekert withdrew his first motion.

Selectman M. Morrison mentioned that there is $7000.00 in the
budget for consultant fees or whatever might have been handled by
the Land Steward. He also stated that he would like to see
discussion opened up with affected towns to share the cost of
managing the Tamposi property.

K. Grant stated his concerns about timber harvesting, permit
requirements and the possibility of having a registered forester
inventory and observe some of the properties.

J. Olivier asked if the Land Steward would handle any other
properties. G. Bailey listed other responsibilities of the Land
Steward, including environmental issues, easement monitoring,
preconstruction meetings, silt erosion control, assisting the
Conservation Commission with acquisition of easement properties,
assisting with current use, gravel, and tree removal tax issues. C.
Reilly added trail mapping and species mapping of the town forest to
the list of duties. The former Land Steward was also very helpfiil to
the Natural Heritage Committee.

J. Olivier asked if this was a department head position. C. Reilly
answered that the Land Steward reports to the Town Administrator,
as well as the Board of Selectmen, and works with Planning,
Conservation, and the Heritage Committee.

The Moderator called for a vote for the addition of the Land Steward
position. Yea votes -62; Nay -40.

The amendment passes, bringing the new budget amount to
$4,846,635.00.

Robert Stock moved to reduce the budget by $7000.00, which
reflected monies in the budget for the purpose of performing land
steward responsibilities. This motion was seconded by M. Morrison.
The amendment passes. The new budget amount is $4,839,653.00.

The Moderator announced that Article 3 would appear on the ballot
as amended.

Article 3 Passed With A Majority Vote



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Article 4. To see if the Town will vote to discontinue absolutely the
semi-circle "turnaround" portion of Lakeshore Drive, and convey the
title to such semi-circle "turnaround" to the owner[s] of the abutting
property with an address of 35 Lakeshore Drive and identified on the
town's tax map as Map 120, Lot 0056. A majority of the Board of
Selectmen recommends this article. [Majority Vote Required].
MOTION: V. ROUNDY SECOND: M. MORRISON

S. Diamond asked if this land was being gifted to the abutters. It
was explained that this arrangement was written in at the
establishment of the cul-de-sac, because the abandoned land actually
abuts the owners' land. The historical precedent is to revert the land
back to the owner by deed.

Seeing no further discussion, the Moderator declared that Article 4
would appear on the ballot as written.

Article 4 Passed With A Majority Vote

Article 5. To see if the Town will vote to completely discontinue a
portion of St. Matthews Drive pursuant to RSA 231:43, the portion
being the circular edges of the existing cul-de-sac that are no longer
necessary because the road now continues through the existing cul-
de-sac with an address of 11 St. Matthews Drive, 12 St. Matthews
Drive and 13 St. Matthews Drive and identified on the town's tax
map as Map 260, Lot 28; Map 260, Lot 29 and Map 260, Lot 3 1, and
to authorize the Selectmen to convey the discontinued portions of the
road to the abutting landowners. A majority of the Board of
Selectmen recommends this article. [Majority vote Required).

MOTION: M.MORRISON SECOND: K.GRANT

Seeing no discussion, the Moderator declared that Article 5 would
appear on the ballot as written.

Article 5 Passed With A Majority Vote

Article 6. To see if the town will vote to raise and appropriate the
sum of $142,000.00 to complete the Architectural and Engineering
design for renovation of the Town Offices. This money will
determine the exact cost of the renovations needed. A majority of
the Board of Selectmen recommends this appropriation and the
Advisory Budget Committee unanimously recommends this
appropriation. [Majority Vote Required).

*Note: This appropriation is in addition to Warrant Article #3, the
operating budget article.

MOTION: D. PRASE SECOND: G. BAILEY

S. Conklin, of the Advisory Budget Committee, stated that he felt it

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2007 Deliberative Session continued...

was prudent of the Board of Selectmen to approach the
modernization of the building and bringing it up to code.

H. Traill asked how this figure was arrived at and did it go out to
bid. M. Morrison that this money was not slated for any company.

J. Dundorf asked if environmental studies would be included in the
assessment. G. Bailey said the money would be used to bring a
complete set of plans to a contractor, including all studies. Ms.
Dundorf asked if taxpayers could request that the firm used would
have an environmental specialty. C. Reilly said that these
discussions happen at the Selectmen's meedngs and that the public is
always welcome.

R. Ott said that he and others thought that the engineering fee should
go out to bid.

Seeing no further comments, the Moderator declared that Article 6
would appear on the ballot as written.

Article 6 Failed To Pass

Article 7. To see if the town will vote to raise and appropriate the
sum of $50,000.00 to be added to the Highway Heavy Equipment
Capital Reserve Fund previously established. This amount to come
from general taxation. A majority of the Board of Selectmen
recommends this appropriation and the Advisory Budget Committee
unanimously recommends this appropriation. [Majority Vote
Required].

*Note: This appropriation is in addition to Warrant Article #3, the
operating budget article.

MOTION: G. BAILEY SECOND: D. ERASE

Carol Reilly spoke to the article in the absence of Road Agent Peter
Cook, as he was out tending to the roads after the storm.

J. Cilley asked what was done with the interest earned on a Capital
Reserve Fund. C. Reilly responded that the interest stays in the
account until voted on for use. The money placed in the account can
only be used for the intended purpose.

Seeing no further discussion, the Moderator declared that Article 7
would appear on the ballot as written.

Article 7 Passed With a Majority Vote

Article 8. To see if the town will vote to raise and appropriate the
sum of $5,000.00 to be added to the Cemetery Capital Reserve Fund

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previously established to construct a new maintenance building at
Pine Grove Cemetery. This amount to come from general taxation.
A majority of the Board of Selectmen recommends this
appropriation and the Advisory Budget Committee unanimously
recommends this appropriation. [Majority Vote Required].
*Note: This appropriation is in addition to Warrant Article #3, the
operating budget article.

MOTION: K.GRANT SECOND: G.BAILEY

Rick Walker spoke to this article, explaining that the building was
necessary for the storage of remains in the cold weather, as the local
funeral parlors, which are now doing this job, would not be able to
do this in the near future. They had advised the town that a storage
facility of our own would be necessary.

Seeing no further discussion, the Moderator declared that Article 8
would appear on the ballot as written

Article 8 Passed With A Majority Vote

Article 9. To see if the town will vote to discontinue the Cemetery
Tractor Purchase Capital Reserve Fund created in 2003. Said fiinds,
with accumulated interest to date of withdrawal, are to be transferred
to the general fund. A majority of the Board of Selectmen
recommends this appropriation and the Advisory Budget Committee
unanimously recommends this request. [Majority Vote Required].
MOTION: C. REILLY SECOND: M. MORRISON

C. Reilly spoke and explained that the Cemetery Commission had
decided that the purchase of a tractor would be premature, and they
had voted to return the money to the General Fund. If the article
passes, the Capital Reserve Fund will be done away with. The
balance plus interest came to $10,442.62.

Seeing no further discussion, the Moderator declared that Article 9
would appear on the ballot as written.

Article 9 Passed With A Majority Vote

Article 10. To see if the town will vote to raise and appropriate the
sum of $40,000.00 to be added to the Fire Truck Capital Reserve
Fund previously established. This amount to come from general
taxation. A majority of the Board of Selectmen recommends this
appropriation and the Advisory Budget Committee unanimously
recommends this appropriation. [Majority Vote Required].
*Note: This appropriation is in addition to Warrant Article #3, the
operating budget article.



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MOTION: G. BAILEY SECOND: D. PRASE

Fire Chief Rick Walker explained that the town was slated to replace
Engine 2 in 2007. A major apparatus purchase is slated for every six
years, in order to maintain the 30 year cycle. The approximate cost
of the truck would be $290,000.00

Seeing no further discussion, the Moderator declared that Article 10
would appear on the ballot as written.

Article 10 Passed With A Majority Vote

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