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filled for the unexpired term. 4 Alternate members shall be appointed in a like manner, except that no more than two alter-
nate member's term shall expire in a single year.

(The effect of this amendment would increase the number of members from five to seven and the number of alternates
from three to four as permitted under RSA 36-A:3)



2869



YES



NO Q



1023



FOR SCHOOL DISTRICT MODERATOR

Three Years Vote fornot more than ONE



CHRIS WOLFE



3263 ®
(WRrre-iN) ( )



FOR SCHOOL BOARD AT LARGE

Three Years Vote for not more than TWO



O

o



CRAIG FALKENHAM


2765


NEAL OCHS


2395


(WRrrE-iN)


(WRrrE-iN)



WARRANT ARTICLES

2. Shall the School District vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Twenty-Three Million, Nine Hundred Fifty-Nine Thousand
Dollars ($23,959,000) for the construction and equipping of additions and renovations to the Gilbert H. Hood Middle School, and
the construction and equipping of a new elementary school on land of the District, and authorize the issuance of not more than
Twenty-Three Million, Nine Hundred Fifty-Nine Thousand Dollars ($23,959,000) in bonds or notes in accordance with the
Municipal Finance Act (RSA Ch.33), and authorize the School Board to issue and negotiate such bonds or notes and deter-
mine the rate of interest thereon; and further to raise and appropriate the additional sum of Four Hundred Eighty-Three
Thousand, Five Hundred Twenty-Three Dollars ($483,523) for the first interest payment on the bond and authorize the School
Board to take any other action necessary to carry out this vote? (RECOMMENDED BY THE DERRY SCHOOL BOARD)



60 . 67.



2685



YES OCX



1745



NO



TURN BALLOT OVER AND VOTE BOTH SIDES



78



3. If Article 2, the Bond Article, Is adopted, shall the School District vote to authorize the School Board to convey a portion
of the District's property at the Gilbert H. Hood Middle School on Perley Road to the Nutfield Senior Center for One Dollar
($1 .00) for the construction of a senior center at the expense of the buyers, all on such terms and conditions as the School
Board determines are in the best interest of the District? This article will be of no effect if Article 2 fails. (RECOMMENDED
BY THE PERRY SCHOOL BOARD)

3037 YES XX

1419 NO T



4. Shall the School District 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 Fifty-Nine Million, Two Hundred Nine-Five
Thousand, Seven Hundred and Thirteen Dollars ($59,295,713)? Should this article be defeated, the 2003-2004 operating
budget shall be Fifty-Eight Million, Eight Hundred Six Thousand, Seven Hundred and Thirteen Dollars ($58,806,713), which
is the same as last year with certain adjustments required by previous action of the School District or by law; or the gov-
erning 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. (RECOMMENDED BY THE DERRY SCHOOL BOARD)



2774 YES XX.



1758 NO



TURN BALLOT OVER AND VOTE BOTH SIDES



District 1 1093

District 2 1464

District 3 1182

District 4 786

Total Votes - 4525



Derry School District - 2003 Article #2 Capital Bond Recount



Districl



Tally
Group



Yea



Nay



Abstain



Total



Total
Yea/Nay



%Yea



Total Yea
to Pass



Absentee

2
Absentee

3

Absentee



Absentee
Hand cm







502 484 57.85% 290,4

540 628 53,79% 316 8

15 15 60 00% 9



m'



782


755


63,01%


459


642


631


63,07%


3786


41


41


53.66%


24,5


579


567


61,90%


340,2


575


663


88,56%


337,6


55


55


56,36%


33


341


331


59.21%


198,6


416


391


57,03%


234,6


26


25


46,00%


15




38



38



36,84%



Total




2688 1746 121



Certified on this day. Saturday March 22, 2003



Christopher WciTte^'School Districl Moderator
Cecile M Cormier. Sctiool District Clerk

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Treasurer's Report

Year Ended, June 30, 2003

General Fund

Town of Derry, NH



Beginning Balance, July 1, 2002

Revenue Receipts:

Received from Tax Collector $ 63,791,165.84

Received from Town Clerk $ 4,803,886.55

Received from Finance Department $

Interest Earned on Investments $ 356,526.1 1

Received from State/County $ 3,480,139.40

Received from Federal Funds $

Total Revenue Receipts

Other Revenues:

Received from Capital Projects/Other Funds $

Grants $

Trust Funds $ 392,526.00

BAN/BOND $ 3,701,215.29

Capital Lease $



$ 26,937,271.58



$ 72,431,717.90



Total Other Revenue

Disbursements:

Council Orders to Pay
Voided Checks
NSF Checks

Total Disbursements

Ending Balance, June 30, 2003



$ 4,093,741.29



$ 64,143,598.98
$ (65,983.93)

$ 2,153.62



$ 64,079,768.67
$ 39,382,962.10



RITA M. CORREIA
TREASURER



80



TOWN OF DERRY

ESCROW AND OTHER FUNDS

JUNE 30, 2003































ESCROW ACCOUNTS












DATE




BALANCE






INTEREST


BALANCE


ESTABLISHED


NAME


7/1/02


DEPOSITS


RELEASES


INCOME


6/30/03
















5/2/03


ADELPHI HOMES




39361


28669


28.64


$


10,720.64


7/19/99


AMERISPORTS


$


208.06


$


-


$


208.24


$


0,18


$


(0.00)


12/4/01


CRAIG BONNEAU


$


15,371.13


$


.


$


15,421.95


$


50.82


$


(0.00)


12/4/01


CALVARY BIBLE CHURCH


$


113,092.56


$


-


$


92,517.00


$


397.78


$


20,973.34


7/3/02


CALVARY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL


$


-


$


2,711.00




$


16.56


$


2,727.56


3/28/01


COMMUNITY BANK


$


4,060.71


$


-


$


-


$


27.55


$


4,088.26


2/16/94


CURLY CUSTOM INC


$


51,006.40


$


-


$


-


$


199.83


$


51,206.23


11/1/01


DOLLAR BILLS


$


204,59


$


-


$


205.02


$


0.43


$


(0.00)


11/15/01


ETTLINGEN HOMES


$


2,012.28


$


-


$


-


$


13.92


$


2,026.20


7/30/02


FRANKLIN PLACE




$


50,327.37


$


-


$


307.36


$


50,634.73


4/16/93


CHARLES GARABEDIAN


$


43,116.46


$


-


$


43,301.76


$


185.30


$


(0.00)


1/3/03


STEPHEN GILE




$


14,556.00




$


29.33


$


14,585.33


12/4/02


GRARON


$


.


$


36,456.00


$


36,475.48


$


19.48


$


(0.00)


1/7/00


GREATER DERRY CHURCH OF CHRIST




$


31,104.00




$


213.48


$


31,317.48


10/31/02


HAND CRAFTED HOMES


$


-


$


9,099.22


$


-


$


33.61


$


9,132.83


5/2/03


JAMES COLLINS INC




$


33,612,00


$


-


$


26.25


$


33,638.25


1/3/03


JRV HOMES


$


-


$


2,592.00


$


-


$


5.23


$


2,597.23


5/30/01


LUNAN REALTY


$


4,024.17


$


-


$


4,024.17


$


-


$


.


7/19/99


MHB


$


313.21


$


-


$


314.26


$


1.05


$


(0.00)


12/20/02


M&SLP




$


35,303.00


$


24,203.00


$


68.23


$


11,168.23


2/27/03


MURRAY




$


4,910.54




$


8.28


$


4,918.82


6/25/97


CHRISTOPHER OSGOOD


$


549.74


$


-


$


550.21


$


0.47


$


(0,00)


5/11/01


PINKERTON ACADEMY


$


50,888.41


$


.


$


51,107.11


$


218.70


$


0.00


9/10/93


POWER BUILDERS


$


6,592.36


$


-


$


-


$


47.20


$


6,639.56


9/6/02


DAVID RINES




$


44,699.04




$


223.85


$


44,922.89


1/3/03


SPORTS REAL LLC




$


21,322,83


$


_


$


42.69


$


21,365.52


5/24/02


TRUST FOR THE PUBLIC LAND


$


1,101.00


$


_


$


1,103.73


$


2.73


$


(0.00)


7/19/99


ZEKE PROPERTIES


$


3,713.89


$


-


$


_


$


25.21


$


3,739.10




















$ 296,254.97


$ 326,054.00


$ 298,100.93


$


2,194.16


$ 326,402.20






























OTHER FUNDS




BALANCE






INTEREST


BALANCE






7/1/01


DEPOSITS


PAYMENTS


INCOME


6/30/02


















GRANTS


$


165,177.49


$ 227,363.60


$ 374,227.55


$


1,902.26


$


20,215.80














$


_




WASTWATER ACCESSABILITY FEES


$ 667,451.22


$


47,917.72


$


-


$


9,907.54


$


725,276.48































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82



ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT



The Zoning Board of Adjustment is made up of 5 regular members with 4 alternates. The
purpose of the Zoning Board is to hear appeals and administer special provisions in the Zoning
Ordinance dealing with Variances, Special Exceptions, Equitable Waivers and Administrative
Appeals. In each case, the Board strives to balance the rights of the individual while maintaining
the health, safety and general welfare of the community at large.

The Zoning Board holds their regularly scheduled meetings on the first and third Thiirsday of
each month @ 7:00 PM. The meetings are now being held in the Municipal Center @ 14
Manning Street.

Statistical Information for FY 2003/2004:



Variances 13 Granted- 17 Denied

Exceptions 12 Granted

Motions for Rehearing 5 Denied- 1 Granted

Special Exceptions 3 Granted

The composition of the Zoning Board members has changed in the past year. The following is a
list of the current members: Mark Wiseman, Chairman; Matt Campanella, Vice Chairman;
Cecile Cormier, Secretary; John Conroy and Troy Allen. Alternate members are Allan Virr, Eric
Carlson, Randall Chase and Andrew Myers.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the members of the Zoning Board, who take
the time to serve the community on a volunteer basis. I would also like to thank our Recording
Secretary, Ginny Rioux and the staff of the Code Enforcement Office, Gloria Hebert, Bob
Mackey and Fred Kelley, for their continued administrative support and assistance at meetings.

Respectfully submitted,

JUwtA.Wiaeman,

Chair



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INDEPENDENT AUDITORS' REPORT

September 19, 2002

Town Council
Town of Deny
Derry, New Hampshire

We have audited the general purpose financial statements of the Town of Derry, New
Hampshire, as of and for the year ended June 30, 2002, as listed in the table of contents. These
financial statements are the responsibility of the Town's management. Our responsibility is to express
an opinion on these financial statements based on our audit.

We conducted our audit in accordance with auditing standards generally accepted in the United
States of America. Those standards require that we plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable
assurance about whether the general purpose financial statements are fi'ee of material misstatement.
An audit includes examining, on a test basis, evidence supporting the amounts and disclosures in the
general purpose financial statements. An audit also includes assessing the accounting principles used
and significant estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the overall general purpose
financial statement presentation. We believe that our audit provides a reasonable basis for our
opinion.

In our opinion, the general purpose financial statements referred to above present fairly, in all
material respects, the financial position of the Town of Derry, New Hampshire as of June 30, 2002,
and the results of its operations and its cash flows of its proprietary and similar trust fijnds for the
year then ended, in conformity with accounting principles generally accepted in the United States.

The Management's Discussion and Analysis and the budgetary information are not a required
part of the basic financial statements but are supplementary information required by the Government
Accounting Standards Board. We have applied certain limited procedures, which consisted
principally of inquiries of management regarding the methods of measurement and presentation of
the supplementary information. However, we did not audit the information and express no opinion
on it.

The combining schedules listed in the table of contents are presented for purposes of additional
analysis and are not a required part of the basic financial statements of the Town of Derry, New
Hampshire. Such information has been subjected to the auditing procedures applied in the audit of
the basic financial statements and, in our opinion, is fairly presented, in all material respects, in
relation to the basic financial statements taken as a whole.



Proven Expertise and Integrity



84



In accordance with Government Auditing Standards, we have also issued our report dated
September 19, 2002, on our consideration of the Town's internal control over financial reporting and
our test of its compliance with certain provisions of laws, regulations, contracts and grants. That
report is an integral part of an audit and should be read in conjunction with this report in considering
te results of our audit.

Certified Public Accountants U~



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TOhH OF DERRV> HEU HAMPSHIRE

ALL FUHDS

COHPARATIVE BALANCE SHEET

JUNE 30 f 2003



PAGE 1



ACCOUNT / DESCRIPTION



CURRENT VEAR



LAST VEAR Vm. TUO VEoRS AGO VAR2



CURRENT ASSETS:

CASrI AND EQUIVALENTS <IOIO>

lUVESTNEHTS (1030)

TAXES RECEIVABLE (1080)

PVHNTS LIEU OF TAXES i BETTERMNTS (1081)

TAX LIENS RECEIVABLE (1110)

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE (1150)

OTHER RECEIVABLES (1160)

DUE FROM OTHER GOVERNHENTS (1260)

DUE FROH OTHER FUNDS (1310)

OTHER CURRENT ASSETS (1400)

NONCURRENT ASSETS:

LAND & INPROVENEHTS (1610)

BUILDINGS (1620)

VEHICLES & EQUIPI1ENT (1640)

CONSTRUCTION WORK IN PROGRESS (1650)

INPROVENEHTS OTHER THAN BUILDINGS (1660)

TAX DEEDED PROPERTV RETAINED (1670)

OTHER ASSETS (1700)

AMOUNTS PROVIDED FOR-LTD (1820)

TOTAL ASSETS



CURRENT LIABILITIES:

ACCOUNTS PAVABLE (2020)

ACCRUED INTEREST & PAYROLL (2026)

CONTRACTS PAVABLE (2050)

DUE TO OTHER GOVERNHENTS (2070)

DUE TO OTHER FUNDS (2080)

DEFERRED REVENUE (2220)

NOTES PAVABLE - CURRENT (2230)

BONDS PAVABLE - CURRENT (2250)

OTHER PAYABLES (2270)

LONG TERM LIABILITIES:

PREPAVHEHTS (2279)

PERFORNAHCE DEPOSITS/PAVABLE (2280)

NONCURREHT LIABILITIES (2310)

COHPEHSATED ABSEHSES PAVABLE

TOTAL LIABILITIES

NET ASSETS:

ENCUMBRANCES (2440)

CftPITAL ASSETS NET OF RELATED DEBT (2800)

RESTRICTED FOR SPECIAL PURPOSES (2490)

UNRESTRICTED HET ASSETS (2530)

RESTRICTED HET ASSETS (2531)



39/753/059.58


13/641/017.92


191


"J/765/844.23


307


9/848/705.36


23/236/777.19


-58


30)864/377.63


-68


4/643/802.24


9/611/486.98


-52


4/638/206.24





0.00


-1/000.00


-100


0.00





973/524.05


124/605.58


681


981/422.57


-1


710/787.22


956/337.06


-26


889/840.91


-20


0.00


338/296.74


-100


0.00





65/284.30


647/068.67


-90


659/964.56


-90


6/851/005.89


7,937/330,41


-14


7/990/286.81


-14


994.12


2/289/395,32


-100


2/319/610.24


-100


7/132/486.20


5/369/180.15


33


4/574/180. 15


56


12/744/250.99


13/146/408.31


-3


7/916/538.02


61


2/737/803.63


3/081/006.81


-11


2/380)843.88


-5


315/379.31


70/197.00


349


882/303.07


-64


98/650/110.46


98/763/620.44





97/755/918.47


1


160/886.45


57/886.45


178


7/286.45 2108


836/763.58


1/059/393.79


-21


1/255/077.65


-33


1/035/563.16


1/035/563.16





879/757.29


18



186/460/406.54 181/364/571.98



174,261/458.17 7



1/042/883.89


1/143/289.79


-9


1/795,924.33


-42


341/220.88


331/479.21


3


312/259.33


9


26,259.72


23/773.05


10


127/951.08


-79


42/762.85


42/982.98


-1


190/292.71


-78


6/540/823.00


7/937/330.41


-18


7/990/286.81


-18


25/915,629,83


24/468/794.35


6


19,038,356.12


36


199,285,00


241/507.26


-17


19/560.32


919


1/950,427.00


1/801/082.06


8


1,011/138.87


93


23,264.26


35/935.43


-35


20/950.15


11


0.00


0.00





0.00





275,195.97


341/057.58


-19


792/688.18


-65


18,182,756.47


16,290,981.12


12


18/826,047.29


-3


2,221,723.95


2/053/951.01


8


1/905/858.99


17


56/762/232.82


54/712/164.25


4


52/031,314.18


9


1/023/947.22


1/386/241.41


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