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38,432,500


81.4%


4,803,887


43,236,387


1,008,865


8,792,054


186%



* $3.6 million tax payment received 7/1/02 for outstanding current tax.



Tax Levy Collection Analysis



50,000,000
45,000,(m -
40,000,000
35,000,000
30,000,000
25,000,000
20,000,000
15,000,000
10,000,000
5,000,000





Taxes Unpaid



118



TABLE #4

TOWN OF DERRY, NEW HAMPSHIRE

Assessed and Estimated Actual Value of Property

Last Ten Rscal Years

(In Dollars)





REAL PROPERTY


EXEMPTIONS




NET


Ratio of


Fiscal










Assessed Value


Year


Assessed Estimated


Real


Assessed


Estimated


to Estimated


Ended


Value (1) Actual Value(2)


Property (3)


Value (4)


Actual Value (5)


Actual Value (6)



1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002



1,467,821,083
1,017,101,601
1,026,231316
1,046,939,006
1,053,540,371
1,063.473,574
1.090,050,900
1.103.483,879
1,128.783,942
1,759,798,643



1,007,673,985
1.058,922,395
1.046.929.503
1.054.247.225
1.048.809.560
1,091,747.106
1,205.357.206
1,394.623,458
1,679,023,464
1,937.033,927



22.312,800
18.240.105
18.964.200
20,714,700
18.667.450
17.918.550
1Z895,505
13,337,545
1^313,700
12,778,170



1,445,508.283
998.861.496
1.007,267,116
1,026,224,306
1,034,872.921
1.045,555.024
1.077.155,395
1.090.146.334
1.116,470.242
1,747.020,473



99^356,023
1,039.932,300
1.027.582,812
1.033.387.925
1.030.225.934
1.073,35^173
1,191,097,606
1,377,766.979
1,660,707.301
1.956.379.284



145,7%
96.1%
98.0%
99.3%

100.5%
97.4%
90.4%
79.1%
67.2%
90.9%



(1) ^M Assessed Value plus Exenrptions

(2) NetAssessedValue/Ratoof Assessed Value to Estirmted Actual Value ig99^xesent

New Hanpshire Department of Revenue Adninistralion, Property Appraisal Division prior to 1999

(3) MS-1: Exenptions

(4) MS-1: Net Assessed Valuation on viiidh Vne Tax Rate for r^jnidpal. County & Local Education Tax is conputed

(5) New Hanpstire Department of Revenue Ackrinistration, Property Appraisal Division 1999-present
Assessed Local Value/Ratio of Assessed Local Value to Tolal EstinBted Actual Value

(6) Ratio was conputed liased on Mocified Local Assessed Valuation 1999-present
Rate uQS conputed based on Net Assessed Valuation prior to 1999



2,500,000,000
2,000,000,000
1,500,000,000
1,000,000,000



500,000,000 -



Assessed vs. Actual Property Values




+




1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001



II Assessed Value BActual Value



119



TABLE # 5

TOWN OF DERRY, NEW HAMPSHIRE

Property Tax Rates (1)

Direct and Overlapping Governments

Last Ten Fiscal Years

(In Dollars)



Fiscal














Year








State






Ended


Town


County
0.93


School
15.60


Equalized
0.00


Fire


Total


1993


5.74


2.06


24.33


1994(2)


10.69


1.27


24.56


0.00


3.38


39.90


1995


9.60


1.36


21.81


0.00


3.27


36.04


1996


10.14


1.39


26.50


0.00


3.70


41.73


1997


9.32


1.38


26.81


0.00


3.63


41.14


1998


9.26


1.29


28.21


0.00


3.64


42.40


1999


9.34


1.20


29.66


0.00


3.69


43.89


2000


9.38


1.18


10.82


7.51


3.75


32.64


2001


9.47


1.42


13.35


7.33


4.01


35.58


2002


7.36


1.30


9.96


5.35


3.37


27.34



(1) Per$1,000of assessed value

(2) Indexing of property valuation 1994 -present





FY2002 Property Tax Rates






Fire




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TABLE # 6
TOWN OF DERRY, NEW HAMPSHIRE

Principal Taxpayers
For The Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2002



Taxpayer



Type of Business



2002

Assessed

Valuation (1)



Percentage

Total Assessed

Valuation



Greenways Limited
Partnership (Fairways)



Real Estate - Apartments



$40,803,200



2.3%



Campbell, Gilbert G.
(Aladdin Village & Derry
Country Club Estates)



Real Estate - Apartments



26,206,000



1.5%



MCA Health Services
(Parkland Medical Center)

Public Service Co. of NH
(PSNH)

Preferred Merchant

Sanmina Corporation
(Sanmina/Hadco)

Wade, William J. Trustee
(Wal-Mart Stores)

Franklin Den^ LTD Prt
Franklin Village Apartments

The Birches Development

Derry Integrated Health
(Integrated Health Services)



Healthcare - Hospital


16,745,900


1 .0%


Utility - Electric


13,219,400


0.8%


Commercial - Retail


13,069,600


0.7%


Industrial Manufacturing


10,309,000


0.6%


Commercial - Retail


6,936,000


0.4%


Real Estate - Apartments


5,656,500


0.3%


Commercial-Prof. Offices


4,575,200


0.3%


Healthcare-Nrsg Home


3,443,400
$140,964,200


0.2%




8.0%



121



TABLE # 7

TOWN OF DERRY, NEW HAMPSHIRE

Special Assessment Billing and Collections

Last Ten Fiscal Years

(In Dollars)



Fiscal


Special


Special


Percentage


Year


Assessment


Assessment


Billing to


Ended


Billings (1)


Collections (2)


Collections



1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002



474,988
444,295
203,280
399,488
290,610
301,351
323,399
260,209
230,403
210,057



417,637
395,729
139,062
345,147
240,164
320,297
316,859
256,746
228,208
162,432



87.9%
89.1%
68.4%
86.4%
82.6%
106.3%
98.0%
98.7%
99.0%
77.3%



(1 ) Billings net of abatements

(2) Includes prepayments and foreclosures



% Collected




1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002



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TABLE#9

TOWN OF DERRY, NEW HAIVPSHIRE

Ratio of N^ General Obligations Bonded Debt

To Assessed Value and N^ General Obligation Bonded Debt Per Capita

Last Ten Rscal Years















Ratio of












Debt




Net Bonded


Nei








Gross


Payable from


Net


Debt to


Bonded


Rscal




Assessed


Bonded


Water & Sewer


Bonded


Assessed


Debt per


Year


Population
(1)


Value


Debt


Revenues


Debt


Value


Capita




(2)


(3)


(4)








1993


30,193


1,445,508,283


20,340,451


11,935,000


8,405,451


0.58


278


1994


30,852


998,861,496


21,624,372


14,044,372


7,580,001


0.76


246


1995


31.286


1,007,267,116


19,209,248


13,129,248


6,080,000


0.60


194


1996


31,564


1,026,224,306


18,633,354


12,213,644


6,419,710


0.63


203


1997


31,815


1,034,87^921


16,539,401


11,294,401


5,245,000


0.51


165


1998


32,019


1,045,555,024


14,961,643


10,371,353


4590,290


0.44


143


1999


32,183


1,077,155,395


16,754,327


10,444,327


6,310,000


0.59


196


2000


32,451


1,090,146,334


16,993,142


9,463,142


7,530,000


0.69


232


2001


34,021


1,116,470,242


19,085,700


8,617,610


10,468,090


0.94


308


2002


34,446


1,747,020,473


17,447,531


7,767,531


9,680,000


0.55


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* Estimate prorated from recent experience

(1) FromtheNHOfficeof Slate Ranning

(2) From MS-1 : Net Assessed Valuation on wMch the tax rate for Mjnidpal, County & Local Education Tax is corixjted.
(Assessed Value less Exenptions)

(3) The twm does not tiave special assessment tionds or revenue txxxis

(4) Amounts include ttie general otjiigation bonds ttiat are being repaid by ttie water and seuer customers







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TABLE #10

TOWN OF DERRY, NEW HAMPSHIRE

Ratio of Annual Debt Service Expenditures

For General Obligation Bonded Debt (1)

To Total General Governmental Expenditures

Last Ten Fiscal Years

(In Dollars)



Fiscal
Year



Principal (1)



Interest (2)





Total


Debt Service


Total


General


to General


Debt


Governmental


Govemmental


Sen/ice


Expenditures (3)


Expenditures



1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002



2,213,500
2,318,794
2,415,123
2,415,604
2,093,953
1,916,270
2,126,912
1,759,653
2,222,456
1,803,941



1,482,294
1,536,110
1,570,880
1,545,659
1,429,808
1,070,905
1,173,053
1,026,041
1,229,413
1,150,707



3,695,794
3,854,903
3,986,003
3,961,263
3,523,761
2,987,175
3,299,964
2,785,694
3,451,869
2,954,648



49,335,385


7.5%


50,557,435


7.6%


45,094,568


8.8%


53,603,523


7.4%


54,264,889


6.5%


57,666,556


5.2%


61,897,183


5.3%


53,319,249


5.2%


64,659,789


5.3%


60,728,373


4.9%



(1) All bonds are general obligation.

(2) Excludes bond issuance and other costs

(3) Includes all govemmental and similar trust funds




125



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TABLE #11

TOWN OF DERRY, NEW HAMPSHIRE

Computation of Direct and Overiapping Bonded Debt

General Obligation Bonds

June 30, 2002

(In Dollars)





Net General


Percentage






Obligation


Applicable


Amount




Bonded Debt


to


Applicable


Jurisdiction


Outstanding


Government


to Government



Town of Deny


$17,447,531


100.00%


$17,447,531


O/eriapping:








Rockingham County


5,590,000


7.0017%


391,395


Derry School District


11,615,000


100.00% _


11,615,000


Total


$34,652,531




$29,453,926



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TABLE #13












TCWN OF DERRY, ^EW HAIVPSHRE










IDermgnaphc Slabstics












Last Ten Rsoal Years












Per








Rscai




Capita


Schod




Uhemployment


Year


Population (1)
30,193


Income (2)


Enrdlment(3)


F&te(4)


1993


22,234




5,309


7.7


1994


30,852


22,710




5,548


5.9


1995


31,286


24,119




5,654


3.2


1966


31,564


25,008




5,954


4.9


1997


31,815


26,042




6,162


3.9


1998


32,019


27,613




6,468


3.6


1999


32,183


29,596




6,663


3.7


2000


32,451


31,325




6,699


4.3


2001


34,021


33,332




6,655


5.2


2002


34,446


34,565




7,031


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(1) hH Office d stale naming

(2) Sale of mPeisord Income Per Capla

(3) Deny Schod Dstrict Amual Fteport

(4) Ml ErTploynentSeajityEconornc and Labor KferketlnfbrrrBticnBiieau, Deny, MH

Unetrploynnent fete at ttie Town's Rscal Year Bid




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TABLE # 14
TOWN OF DERRY, NEW HAMPSHIRE
Miscellaneous Statistics
As of June 30, 2002



Date of Incorporation

Fonm of Government

Numlier of full-time employees (excluding police and fire)

Area in square miles



JULY 2, 1827

Council / Administrator

87

37.18



Town of Derry facilities and services
Miles of streets
Numtjer of street ligfits
Miles of sidewalks
Culture and Recreation

Community centers

Paries

Park acreage

Multi-purpose ball fields

Beacfies

Tennis courts
Fire Protection:

Numljer of stations

Number of fire personnel and officers

Number of ambulance personnel and officers

Number of calls answiered
Number of ambulance calls
Number of fire calls (including false alamns)
Number of false alarms
Number of inspections conducted
Police Protection:

Number of stations

Number of police personnel and officers

Number of patrol units

Number of calls answered

Numtjer of law violations
Ptiysical arrests
Traffic violations
Parking violations
Sewerage System:

Miles of sanitary sewers

Miles of storm sewers

Number of treatment plants

Number of service connections

Daily average treatment in gallons

Maximum daily capacity of treatment plant in gallons
Water System:

Miles of water mains

Numbers of service connections

Number of fire hydrants

Daily average consumption in gallons

Maximum dally capacity in gallons



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3

132.1
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2

7

3
40
19

2,142

2,163

349

3,016

1
75
30

24,889

1,619
1,769
1,729

45
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1

2,984

1.92MGD

3.0MGD

67

3,726

525

1.92MGD

3.32MGD



Facilities and service not included in the reporting entity:
Education:

Number of elementary and middle sctiools
Number of elementary and middle sctiool instnjctors
Number of secondary sctiools - private
Number of secondary school instructors



7
326

1
256



Golf courses

Hospitals:
Number of hospitals
Number of patient beds



1
86



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MS-2



REPORT OF APPROPRIATIONS
ACTUALLY VOTED

(RSA21-J:34)

Date of Meeting: May 20, 2003
Town Of: Derry, New Hampshire
Mailing Address: 14 Manning Street Derry, NH 03038



County: Rockingham



Phone #: (603) 432-6103 Fax #: (603) 432-6760 E-Mail: [email protected]



Certificate of Appropriations

(To be Completed After Annual or Special Meeting)

This is to certify that the information contained in this form, appropriations actually voted by the
town/city meeting, was taken from official records and is complete to the best of our knowledge and
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PURPOSE OF APPROPRIATIONS
(RSA 32:3,V)



WARR.
ART.#



Appropriations As
Voted



For Use By

Department of Revenue

Administration





GENERAL GOVERNMENT


FIRE


xxxxxxxxx


XXXXXXXXX


4130-4139


Executive


.


580,643




4140-4149


Electlon,Reg.& Vital Statistics


_


299,104




4150-4151


Financial Administration


-


1,437,842




4152


Revaluation of Property


-


132,700




4153


Legal Expense


-


211,500




4155-4159


Personnel Administration


_


259,692




4191-4193


Planning & Zoning


-


212,366




4194


General Government Buildings


-


609,885




4195


Cemeteries


_


285,288




4196


Insurance


-


239,000




4197


Advertising & Regional Assoc.


_


49,195




4199


Other General Government





-







PUBLIC SAFETY




XXXXXXXXX


XXXXXXXXX


4210-4214


Police


-


5,868,760




4215-4219


Ambulance


-


1,430,880




4220-4229


Fire


4,202,003


-




4240^249


Building Inspection


-


311,719




4290-4298


Emergency Management


-


30,499




4299


Other (including Communications)


-


331,101





AIRPORT/AVIATION CENTER



XXXXXXXXX



WATER DISTRIBUTION & TREATMENT



XXXXXXXXX



ELECTRIC



XXXXXXXXX



XXXXXXXXX



4301-4309


Airport Operations


-


-







HIGHWAYS & STREETS




XXXXXXXXX


XXXXXXXXX


4311


Administration


_


-




4312


Highways & Streets


.


3,409,181




4313


Bridges


_


-




4316


Street Lighting


-


129,245




4319


Other


-


-







SANITATION




XXXXXXXXX


XXXXXXXXX


4321


Administration


_


-




4323


Solid Waste Collection


.


-




4324


Solid Waste Disposal


_


1,572,725




4325


Solid Waste Clean-up


_


-




4326-4329


Sewage Coll. & Disposal & Other


-


1,031,744





XXXXXXXXX



4331


Administration


_


_




4332


Water Services


_


1,490,091




4335-4339


Water Treatment, Consen/.& Other


-


-





XXXXXXXXX



4351-4359


Electrical Operations


-


-





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Appropriations As


For Use By
Department of Revenue


ART.#


Voted


Administration



HEALTH



FIRE



xxxxxxxxx



WELFARE



XXXXXXXXX



xxxxxxxxx



4411


Administration


_


1,650




4414


Pest Control


-


108,009




4415-4419


Health Agencies & Hosp. & Other


-


-





XXXXXXXXX



4441-4442


Administration & Direct Assist


_


319,586




4444


Intergovernmental Welfare Pymnts


_


_




4445-4449


Vendor Payments & Other


-


170,250







CULTURE & RECREATION




XXXXXXXXX


XXXXXXXXX


4520-4529


Parks & Recreation


_


1,194,938




4550-4559


Library


-


1,075,113




4583


Patriotic Purposes


_


15,000




4589


Other Culture & Recreation


-


-







CONSERVATION




XXXXXXXXX


XXXXXXXXX


4611-4612


Adniln.& Purch. of Nat Resources


-


_




4619


Other Conservation


_


2,300




4631-4632


Redevelopment & Housing


-


65,000




4651-4659


Economic Development


-


75,000







DEBT SERVICE




XXXXXXXXX


XXXXXXXXX


4711


Princ- Long Tenn Bonds & Notes


-


2,190,860




4721


Interest-Long Term Bonds & Notes


_


1,114,661




4723


Int on Tax Anticipation Note


_


_




4790-4799


Other Debt Service


-


.







CAPITAL OUTLAY




XXXXXXXXX


XXXXXXXXX


4901


Land


80,000


125,000




4902


Machinery, Vehicles & Equipment


105,000


867,048




4903


Buildings


35,000


2




4909


Improvements Other Than BIdgs


-


443,025






OPERATING TRANSFERS OUT




XXXXXXXXX


XXXXXXXXX


4912


To Special Revenue Fund


_


_




4913


To Capital Projects Fund


-


1,645,000




4914


To Enterprise Fund


_


_






Sewer-


_


1,562,605






Water-


_


_






Electric-


_


-






Airport-


_


_




4915


To Capital Reserve Fund


70,000


110,000




4916


ToExp.Tr.Fund-except#4917


_


_




4917


To Health MainL Tnist Funds


_


_




4918


To Nonexpendable Trust Funds


_


_




4919


To Agency Funds


_


_




TOTAL VOTED APPROPRIATIONS


4,492,003


31,008,207


35,500,210



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TOWN COUNCIL MINUTES

May 20, 2003 - Budget Adoption (see approved budget in colored section)

03-63: Adopt FY 2004 Budget

Councilor MacEachern moved to approve the FY04 Budget, item 03-63, as follows:

Ambulance $2,224,474

Assessor 510,988

Community Development 622,430

Emergency Management 30,499

Executive 2,487,099

Finance 3,551,748

Derry Public Library 964,178

Taylor Library 150,935

Parks & Recreation 1,394,719

Police 6,130,945

Public Works 6,578,679

Tax Collector 230,568

Town Clerk & Elections 299,104

TOTAL FOR TOWN SERVICES $25,1 76,366

Wastewater $3,180,624

Water 2,651,216

Derry Fire Department 4,492,003

TOTAL BUDGET $35,500,209

Seconded by Councilor Doolittle.

Amendment by Councilor Katsakiores to increase the FY04 Budget for the Police
Department by $1.00 in line 700, Capital less than $10,000, to provide for the
possible acquisition of a police dog during FY04, and further moved that the Town
Administrator direct the Chief of Police to provide an analysis of cost, operation,
impact and benefit to the Town of acquiring a police dog and related
recommendations to be provided by the Chief of Police to the Town Administrator
no later than October 1, 2003. Seconded by Councilor Relf. VOTE on the
amendment: 4-3(Hopfgarten, Doolittle, Ferrante)-0.

Councilor MacEachern moved a new bottom line of $35,500,210 for the FY04


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