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ABOUT THE COVER



The front cover depicts the East Kingston Community United Methodist Church, as it appeared
m the 1880's. This church was built in 1842 and was largely abandoned because the conference
did not station preachers in East Kingston from 1857 through 1873. hi 1873, the.Methodist
Episcopal Society was formed, and in 1891 the building was restored, and the tower added. A
bell was donated m 1892, and m 1899 Mr. and Mrs. Allan Morrill donated a handsome Tower
Clock, thereby, conferring a public benefit to the citizens of East Kingston.*



Many citizens in Town believe that the Town owned the church clock, and how this came about
cannot be found in any record. However, in the 1950 Town Report, there is an account that
justifies this belief or at least a financial responsibility that the Town had to the church, hi the
Town Report under Town Expenses called "Unclassified," it states the followmg: Church Clock
- Earl Stewart, Winding Clock to October 1 - $18.75; William Galos, Winding Clock, October 1
to Dec. 31 - $6.75 and Archie A. Rose, Work on Church Clock - $12.00 - Total $37.50. Archie
Rose wound the clock for many years, and as a young boy, Larry Smith often assisted him.



There is quite a difference between this picture of the church, and the present day church. The
church appears back then to resemble our present day Town Hall. The addition of the Tower is
the greatest difference, along with the canopy roofs over the doors.



Note that there is a dirt road and a lack of trees, with only bushes, which was typical of the
1800's. Today the church is undergoing more construction with the addition of a parking lot.



We express our appreciation to the EKCUM Church for granting permission to use the picture.



вЩ¶Source: 250* Anniversary Committee



townreport2004



-j^ I. 2004 East Kingston Town Report

In Memory



AMANDA J. ROSSI GALLANT RICHARD A. COOK

03/06/1967 - 11/03/2004 08/26/1941 - 08/04/2004



During 2004, the Town of East Kingston lost two very important residents who gave
unselfishly of their time to their community.

Amanda Gallant was a lifelong resident of East Kingston, and through working for
the family business "Rossi Construction," she knew everyone and all the streets and
back roads of the Town. She helped our "Road Agent" (also known as her father,
Bob Rossi) to keep our roads plowed, sanded and salted during the winter months,
and operated Bob's Septic Service with her husband Matt; as well as serving on
local Town boards.

Amanda served as our Emergency Management Operations Center Director, a
member of the Planning Board, the East Kingston Fire Department and the East
Kingston Volunteer Fire Association.

Amanda was always very cheerful, and consistently willing to lend a hand with any
situation. She was a wonderful wife, mother, daughter, sister and friend who gave
of herself to her "hometown" as well as her wonderful family. Amanda will be
sorely missed by all.

Richard "Dick" Cook was always seen with a smile on his face. He was always a true
gentleman, who had a kind word for everyone.

Dick offered his valuable knowledge and expertise by participating on the Zoning
Board of Adjustment and the Seacoast MPO Advisory Committee, along with being a
member of the East Kingston Fire Department and Boy Scouts.

Dick was a partner of Tri-C Manufacturing in East Kingston prior to retiring, as well
as Franklin Park, LLC. He was also a devoted family man, a wonderful friend, and
will be greatly missed.



2004 East Kingston Town Report

TOWN OF EAST KINGSTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE
SELECTMEN 1940 - Present

Charles W. Monahan 1940-1955

Ralph B. West, Jr. 1950-1956

Frederick L. Smith 1954-1963 / 1970-1973

Richard G. Keliey 1955-1962

Guy E. Nickerson 1956-1964

Marshall G. Bean 1962-1967

Ernest J. Moreau 1963-1969

Wesley S. Nickerson 1964-1971

Richard F. Connelly 1967-1970

Richard B. Pelley 1969-1972

William R. Osgood 1971-1974

Daniel T. Bodwell 1972-1979

David C. Andrzejewski 1973-1980 / 1983-1985

Henry F. Lewandowski, Jr. 1974-1977

. William V. Chouinard, Jr. 1977-1978

Richard A. Smith, Jr. 1978-1984

Walter B. Schotterbeck 1979-1982

Donald C. Andolina 1980-1983 / 1987-1993 / 1997-2002

Nathaniel B. Rowell 1982-1989

Barbara M. Metcalf 1984-1987

Donald H. Clark 1985-1988

Raymond R. Donald 1988-1997 / 1999-Present

William A. DiProfio 1989-1995

Joseph C. Cacciatore 1993-1996

Andrew L.T. Berridge 1995-1998

James Roby Day, Jr. 1996-1999

John L. Fillio 1998-2004

Matthew B. Dworman 2003

Ronald F. Morales 2004



2004 East Kingston Town Report

ANNUAL REPORTS

OF THE

SELECTMEN, TAX COLLECTOR, TOWN CLERK,
TREASURER, PUBLIC LIBRARY, TRUSTEES OF THE
CEMETERY, AND TRUSTEES OF THE TRUST FUNDS

FOR THE YEAR ENDING
DECEMBER 31, 2004

BOARD OF EDUCATION AND SCHOOL TREASURER

FOR THE YEAR ENDING
JUNE 30, 2004

TOGETHER WITH THE VITAL STATISTICS OF THE

TOWN OF

EAST KINGSTON

NEW HAMPSHIRE

2004

Printed by:

The Whittier Press

101 Market Street

Amesbury,MA 01913



2004 East Kingston Town Report - Table of Contents

TOWN GOVERNMENT & FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

AUDITOR'S REPORT 2003 & 2004 39

BALANCE SHEET 45

BUDGET (Revenues & Expenses) for 2004 & 2005 47

CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PLAN (CIP) 71

CEMETERY FINANCIAL STATEMENT 51

CONSERVATION COMMISSION FUND 52

INVENTORY OF TOWN PROPERTY 68

INVENTORY OF VALUATION 66

QBRARY FINANCIAL STATEMENT 53

RECOMMENDED CAPITAL EXPENDITURES FY 2005 BUDGET 74

SELEaMEN'S STATE OF THE TOWN 14

TAX COLLECTOR LEVY BALANCES 55

TAX RATE BREAKDOWN 67

TOWN CLERK RECEIPTS.. 62

TOWN MEETING 2004 16

TOWN OFFICER'S INDEX 7

TREASURER'S FINANCIAL STATEMENT 63

TRUSTEES OF THE TRUST FUNDS STATEMENT 69

UNCOLLECTED TAXES 57

VITAL STATISTICS 76

WARRANT ARTICLES FOR 2005 INSERT

BOARD. DEPARTMENT & COMMITTEE REPORTS

ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER 79

BUILDING INSPECTOR 80

CEMETERY RULES & REGULATIONS 1 07

CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER 81

CONSERVATION COMMISSION 81

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 84

EXETER RIVER LOCAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE (ERLAC) 85

FIRE DEPARTMENT 86

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2004 East Kingston Town Report - Table of Contents

HEALTH OFRCER 88

HISTORICAL COMMITTEE 88

LIBRARY 89

NEWSLETTER AND WEBSITE 91

PLANNING BOARD 92

POLICE DEPARTMENT 93

RECREATION COMMITTEE 96

RECYCLING COMMITTEE 97

ROAD AGENT 98

ROCKINGHAM PLANNING COMMISSION 98

SAFETY COMMITTEE 101

TAX COLLECTOR 103

TELEPHONE & HOURS DIRECTORY 6

TOWN CLERK 104

TREASURER 105

TRUSTEES OF THE CEMETERY 105

TRUSTEES OF THE LIBRARY 110

TRUSTEES OF THE TRUST FUNDS 112

VOLUNTEER FIREMEN'S ASSOCIATION 113

WELFARE OFRCER 115

ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT.. 115

SCHOOL DISTRICT REPORTS

ELEMENTARY 122

EXETER REGION COOPERATIVE 1 30

SAU#16 131



2004 East Kinostpn Town Report - Telephone & Hours Directory

TOWN OF EAST KINGSTON
EMERGENCY CALLS

DIAL 911

BUSINESS CALLS

Building Inspector 642-8406 Office

Elementary School 642-3511

Emergency Management. 642-8406

Fire/Bum Permits 642-8033 Adam J. Mazur

Fire Department... 642-3141 Non-emergency

Police Department 642-5427 Non-emergency

Public Library 642-8333

Monday 9 AM - 7 PM, Wednesday 1 PM - 7 PM, Thursday 3 PM - 7 PM,
Friday 9 AM - 1 PM, Saturday 9 AM - 1 PM. Ctosed on Tuesdays & Sundays.

Recycling Center 642-8406

Open daily from dawn to dusk, Saturdays 7 AM - 11 AM for assistance.

Rubbish Pick-up 642-8406

Every Monday 7 AM curbside.

Selectmen's Office 642-8406

Monday - Friday 8 AM - 2 PM

State Police 679-3333 Non-emergency

Town Cemeteries 642-8406

Town Clerk/Tax Collector 642-8794

Monday 6 PM - 8 PM, Tuesday 8 AM - 2 PM, Wednesday Closed,
Thursday 8 AM - 2 PM and 6 PM - 8 PM, Friday 8 AM - 2 PM.



2004 East Kingston Town Report - Town Officers

TOWN OFFICERS
ELEaED OFFICERS

Board of Selectmen (RSA 41:8 to 8-E) 3 year term

2007 Ronald F. Morales 642-8623
2006 Matthew B. Dworman 772-7178

2005 Raymond R. Donald 778-1107

Moderator (RSA 40:1) 2 year term

2006 Robert B. Donovan 642-8386

Road Agent (RSA 231:62 to 62-B) 1 year term

2005 Robert L. Rossi 642-5246

Supervisors of the Checklist (RSA 41:46-a) 6 year term

2010 Patricia A. Mazur 642-8033

2008 Sarah B. Lazor 642-5955

2006 Virginia E. Conti 642-8872

Town Clerk/Tax Collector (RSA 41:45-A) 3 year term

2007 Barbara A. Clark 642-8794

Treasurer (RSA 41:26 to 268) 3 year term

2007 Katherine A. Hankin 394-7415

Trustees of the Cemetery (RSA 31:22) 3 year term

2007 Vytautas Kasinskas 772-8855

2006 Michelle Burns 772-6971

2005 Eugene V. Madej (Appt. Sexton) 642-8457

2005 Henry F. Lewandowski, Jr. 642-8406

Trustees of the Public Library (RSA 202-A:6) 3 year term



2007


Conrad V. Moses


642-4697


2006


Beverly A. Fillio


642-4423


2005


Shirley A. Hammershoy


642-5597


2005


Kathleen A. Barker


642-7032


2005


Edward A. Lloyd, Jr. (appointed)





Trustees of the Trust Funds (RSA 31:22) 3 year term

2007 Vytautas Kasinskas (3 year term) 772-8855

2006 Joan W. Kasinskas (2 year term) 772-8855

2005 J. Roby Day, Jr. (3 year term) 642-7956

NOTE: Elected Officers serve to Town Meeting of year noted



2004 East Kingston Town Report - Appointed Officers

APPOINTED OFFICERS

Animal Control Officer

Dec. 2005 Robert A. Marston, DVM 778-0570

Dec. 2005 Deborah J. Marston - Deputy 778-0570

Board of Adjustment (RSA 673:5) 642-8406

Dec. 2007 David E. Ciardelli, Vice Chairman

Dec. 2006 Edward A. Cardone, Alternate

Dec. 2006 Norman J. Freeman, Sr.

Dec. 2005 John V. Daly, Chairman

Dec. 2005 Catherine E. Belcher, Alternate

Dec. 2005 Peter A. Riley, Alternate

Building Inspector 642-8406

Dec. 2005 Raymond R. Donald 778-1107

Dec. 2005 Kory Scalecki, Deputy Building Inspector 778-3986

Conservation Commission 642-8406

Mar. 2007 John L. Fillio, Alternate

Mar. 2007 James L. Nupp

Mar. 2007 Lawrence K. Smith, Chairman

Mar. 2006 Richard S. Urwick

Mar. 2006 Marilyn 8. Bott

Mar. 2005 Vytautas Kasinskas

Mar. 2005 Dennis G. Quintal

Mar. 2005 Raymond R. Donald, Alternate

Deputy Town Clerk/Tax Collector 642-8794

Dec. 2005 Judith M. Cash

Deputy Treasurer 642-8406

Dec. 2005 Donald H. Clark

Exeter River Local Advisory Committee

Jun. 2006 Richard S. Urwick
Jun. 2005 Lawrence K. Smith

Emergency Management

Dec. 2005 Mark A. Cook, Coordinator

Dec. 2005 Raymond R. Donald, Deputy 642-8406

Fire Department Emergency 911

Business 642-3141

Dec. 2005 Alan J. Mazur

Fire Chief & Fire Engineer



2004 East Kinastpn Town Report - Appointed Officers

Fire Department -continued

Dec. 2005 A. Robert Carter, Jr.

Asst. Fire Chief & Fire Engineer
Dec. 2005 Car! Richtsr

Deputy Fire Ciiief
Fire Warden (Town-State appointed) 1 year term

2005 AdamJ. Mazur 642-8033

Fire Wardens (Deputies - State appointed) 3 year term

2005 Roland D. Estabrook 642-3141

2005 A. Robert Carter, Jr. 642-3141

2005 Andrew D. Conti 642-3141

2005 Adam J. Mazur, Jr. 642-3141

2005 Alan J. Mazur 642-3141

Health Officer (RSA 128:1) (State appointed) 3 year term

2006 Vytautas Kasinskas 772-8855
Historical Committee

642-6652



Dec. 2005


Susan St. Martin, Chairman


Dec. 2005


Mollle C. Allen


Dec. 2005


Donald H. Clark


Dec. 2005


Janet W. Damsell


Dec. 2005


Ann Marie B. O'Bara


Dec. 2005


Mary C. Wittman



Library

* Tracy J. WakJron, Librarian 642-8333

* Diane S. Sheckells, Asst. Librarian

* Eleanor J. Hugo, Library Aide

* Hunter Comack, Library Aide

Planning Board (RSA 673:5) 642-8406

Mar. 2007 John D. Burton, Alternate

Mar. 2007 John L. Fillio, Alternate

Mar. 2007 Robert A. Marston, DVM

Mar. 2007 Richard A. Smith, Sr., Vice Chairman

Mar. 2005 Catherine E. Belcher

Mar. 2005 J. Roby Day, Jr., Chairman

Mar. 2005 Eugene V. Madej, Alternate

Mar. 2005 Matthew B. Dworman, Ex-officio

Mar. 2005 Ronald F. Morales, Ex-officio alternate

Mar. 2005 Raymond R. Donald, Ex-officio alternate



2004 East Kinqstpn Town Report - Appointed Officers



Police Department


Emergency 911




Business 642-5427


Dec. 2005


R. Reid Simpson, Police Chief


Dec. 2005


Raymond A. Marquis, Jr., Corporal


Dec. 2005


John M. Farrow


Dec. 2005


Mark A. Heitz


Dec. 2005


Gerald M. Lancia


Dec. 2005


Chad L. Larson


Dec. 2005


Michael LePage


Dec. 2005


Daniel Perkins


Dec. 2005


Peter Ritson


Recreation Committee


1 642-8406


Dec. 2005


David E. Baker


Dec. 2005


Colleen M. Beane


Dec. 2005


Eric P. Beane


Dec. 2005


Evelyn K. Brace


Dec. 2005


Richard P. Bourque


Dec. 2005


Robert C. Burns


Dec. 2005


Judy M. Cash


Dec. 2005


Christopher J. Cashman


Dec. 2005


Peter Clark


Dec. 2005


Lauralyne S. Conant


Dec. 2005


Marilyn Curtis


Dec. 2005


Geoffrey R. Cyr


Dec. 2005


Jodi L. Day


Dec. 2005


Shawn P. Day


Dec. 2005


John E. Denman


Dec. 2005


Christina L. Ferreri


Dec. 2005


Jeffrey M. Foy


Dec. 2005


Todd M. Gibbons


Dec. 2005


Thomas A. Heaney


Dec. 2005


Andrea Henningsen


Dec. 2005


Brad F. Hoffmaster


Dec. 2005


Heather I. Hughes-Weed


Dec. 2005


Joshua W. Jacobs


Dec. 2005


David S. Keith


Dec. 2005


Jennifer S. Keith


Dec. 2005


William J. LaCouture, Chairman



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2004 East Kinastpn Town Report - Appointed Officers
Recreation Committee - continued 642-8406



Dec. 2005


Susan L. Marston


Dec. 2005


David G. Miller


Dec. 2005


William M. Miller


Dec. 2005


Michael A. Moore


Dec. 2005


Donald E. Morrisette, Jr,


Dec. 2005


John F. Mulvey


Dec. 2005


Senan P. Murdock


Dec. 2005


Robert L. Nigrello


Dec. 2005


Joseph V. Orlando


Dec. 2005


Daniel J. Owens


Dec. 2005


Stacy L. Penna


Dec. 2005


Thomas G. Penna


Dec. 2005


Donald J. Perreault


Dec. 2005


John H. Peters, V.


Dec. 2005


Sheri M. Pigsley


Dec. 2005


Jonathan F. Rice


Dec. 2005


Damon C. Robbins


Dec. 2005


David J. Ruocco


Dec. 2005


Kory Skalecki


Dec. 2005


Brett W. Smith


Dec. 2005


Robert K. Smith


Dec. 2005


Julie A. Urwick


Dec. 2005


Steven M. Wadlin


Dec. 2005


Bruce W. Warner


Dec. 2005


Lance F. Weed


Dec. 2005


David W. Young


Dec. 2005


Julie R. Young


Dec. 2005


Katherine L. Zecchini



Recycling Committee 642-8406

Dec. 2005 Eugene V. Madej, Recycling Attendant

Rockingham Planning Commission 778-0885

Sep. 2007 Lawrence K. Smith 642-5538

Mar. 2005 James Roby Day, Jr. 642-7956



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2004 East Kingstpn Town Report - Appointed Officers



Deborah G. Gallant, Chairman
Alan J. Mazur
Conrad V. Moses
R. Reid Simpson



Safety Committee

Dec. 2005
Dec. 2005
Dec. 2005
Dec. 2005

Town Custodian

* Eugene V. Madej

Town Office Staff

* Deborah G. Gallant, Administrative Assistant I

* Cheryl! A. Hurteau, Administrative Assistant II

* Donald H. Clark, Selectmen's Assistant

Welfare Agent

Dec. 2005 Donald H. Clark

Dec. 2005 Cheryll A. Hurteau, Deputy

Contracted Auditors

Plodzik & Sanderson Professional Association



642-8406



642-8406



642-8406



Note: * Indicates Town employees, not appointed




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2004 East Kinoston Town Report - State and Federal Offices

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

Governor
John Lynch 271-2121

State House, Concord, NH 03301
Webster. state. nh.us/govemor

State Representatives District 23

Mary M. Allen

33 Pond St., Newton, NH 03858-3415

KImberley S. Casey 772-8506

109 Giles Road, East Kingston, NH 03827

[email protected]

State Senator District 23

Russell E. Prescott 642-4243

8 Farm Road, Kingston, NH 03848-3121

Governor's Executive Council

Ruth L. Griffin 436-5272

479 Richards Ave., Portsmouth, NH 03801
[email protected] us

County Commissioner District 2

Maureen Barrows 679-2256

119 North Road, Brentwood, NH 03833

UNITED STATES

U.S. Senators

Judd Gregg 431-2171

99 Pease Blvd., Portsmouth, NH 03801
[email protected]

John E. Sununu 625-5585

1 NH Avenue, Portsmouth, NH 03801

U.S. Congressman

Jeb Bradley 641-9536

1095 Elm Street, Manchester, NH 03101

www.house.gov/Bradley FAX: 641-9561



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2004 East Kingston Town Report - Selectman's State of the Town

SELEaMEN'S STATE OF THE TOWN

Another year has passed us by . . . now we look back as we prepare to go forward.

Ron Morales was elected in March as Selectman, replacing John Fillio.

The year finished within budget for expenses and receipts were in excess of
projection. The tax bill in 2005 will reflect the difference as surplus for the
taxpayer.

The tax rate for 2004 was $18.85 per $1,000.00 evaluation based on 100%
equalization. The breakdown is: Town = $3.42, County = $.93, School = $14.50
(State = $2.54 + Local $11.56).

A NOTE TO NEW RESIDENTS: The Selectmen do not have, nor do they attempt to
have any control of the school budget. The administration of the school is the
responsibility of the school board, which is elected by the Town's voters.

Town building maintenance continues. This year the Town Hall was painted and
the parking driveway areas were paved around the Safety Complex and Town Hall.

The attic of the Town Hall, which was filled with past records and covered with bird
guano, was finally cleaned thanks to the Police Chief and trustees from the
Rockingham County House of Con-ections.

The Railroad Depot, under the direction of the Historical Committee, is being
renovated including electrical, plumbing, septic, well, security and fire protection.

A long-standing legal battle dating back to the 1960/1970 eras over the Town's only
mobile home park was finally settled.

Three Emergency Management drills were conducted in conjunction with the state
and the Seabrook Nuclear Electrical Energy Plant. The drills were a success.

Household Hazardous Waste disposal was sponsored twice in 2004. It was held in
Plaistow in May, and Chester in September.



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2004 East Kingston Town Report - Selectman's State of the Town



Waste disposal including recycling has become a major issue. The recycling area is
being abused either by our residents or by out of towners. Several options are
being considered: 1. Close the facility and have curbside pickup. 2. Install
monitoring equipment. 3. Issuing summonses for littering In violation of State
Law.

If you value the convenience of the open recycling area, please aid in keeping the
area free of hazardous materials, furniture, auto parts, etc. The area is intended for
normal household trash and recydables by East Kingston residents only.

Due to many complaints by residents of East Kingston, all town roads have been
posted at 25 miles per hour. Remember, our citizens live here because we have the
reputation of having a pleasant, quiet and safe community. Lets keep it that way.
Have a wonderful year 2005 and don't forget your money will be spent at:
1. School Public Hearing 2. District School Hearing 3. Town Meeting.



Respectfully,



Raymond R. Donald, Chairman



Ronald F. Morales



Matthew B. Dworman



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2004 East Kinastpn Town Report - 2004 Town Meeting

TOWN MEETING 2004

The annual Town Election was called to order on March 9, 2004 at 8:02 AM by the
Moderator, Robert B. Donovan. Polls closed by the Moderator at 7:25 PM. Town
meeting was called to order at 7:26 PM witii approximately 180 people attending.

School Ballot

School Board Member, 3 yr. term: Richard S. Poelaert 410

School District Treasurer; 1 yr. term: Ellsworth T. Russell 403

School Distinct Clerk; 1 yr. term: Thomasina Levesque 402

School Disti'ict Moderator; 1 yr. term: Robert B. Donovan (write in) 46

Exeter Regional Cooperative School District Ballot
(East Kingston voting results only)

ERCS Board Member (Brentwood); 3 yr. term:
ERCS Board Member (Exeter); 3 yr. term:
ERCS Board Member (Kensington); 3 yr. term:
ERCS Distinct Moderator; 3 yr. term:
ERCS Budget Member (East Kingston); 1 yr. term:
ERCS Budget Member (Exeter); 1 yr. term:
ERCS Budget Member (Exeter); 2 yr. term:



C. Ralph Adier


279


Greg Kann


271


Robin Alo-Scott


265


Charles F. Tucker


272


Kevin Fitzgibbon (write


in) 6


Sandra Parks


260


Albert Bourgeois


61


Christopher Moutis


60


Anne Surman


128


Malcolm Wesselink


252


Stephen McDonough


259


David Barr


261


Robert Boyd, 3r.


257



ERCS Budget Member (Exeter); 3 yr. term:
ERCS Budget Member (Kensington); 3 yr. term:
ERCS Budget Member (Sti^tham); 1 yr. term:
ERCS Budget Member (Stratiiam); 2 yr. term:

Exeter Region Cooperative School District Articles:

Article 1

Shall tiie 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 witii tiie warrant, or as amended by
vote of the first session, for the purposes set forth therein, totaling $38,027,905?
Should this article be defeated, the operating budget shall be $37,873,015, which is
the same as last year, with certain adjustments required by previous action of the
Distiict or by law; or tiie governing body may hold one special meeting, in
accordance witii RSA 40:13, X and XVI, to take up the issue of a revised operating
budget only.

YES 259* NO 154

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2004 East Kingston Town Report - 2004 Town Meeting

Article 2

Shall the District raise and appropriate the sum of the June 30, 2004 undesignated
fund balance (surplus) up to $100,000 to be added to the expendable trust fund
known as the "Special Education Trust Fund" (established by the 2002 District
meeting under RSA 198:20-c for the purpose of funding unanticipated special
education expenses)?

YES 249* NO 163

Article 3

Shall the District raise and appropriate to the expendable trust fund knows as the
"Maintenance Fund" (established by the 2001 District meeting under RSA 198:20-c
for the purpose of funding long term and/or unexpected maintenance/repair
projects of school buildings and grounds) the sum of the amount of the June 30,
2004 undesignated fund balance (surplus), after giving effect to any appropriation
under Article 2, above, up to $100,000?

YES 254* NO 152

Article 4

Shall the District authorize the School Board to sell two certain parcels of land off
Amesbury Road in Kensington and Exeter, New Hampshire, known as Kensington
Tax Map 17, Lots 19, 27 and 31 and Exeter Tax Map HI, Lot 3, previously acquired
for potential athletic fields, under such terms and conditions as the School Board
shall determine are in the best interest of the District?

YES 213* NO 112

Article 5

Shall the District raise and appropriate $35,000 as the district's contribution to fund
improvements at the intersection of Guinea Road and Hampton Road in Exeter, New
Hampshire? This will be a non-lapsing appropriation per RSA 32:7 and will not
lapse until the intersection improvements are complete or by June 30, 2010.

YES 230* NO 184

Article 6

Shall the District rescind the adoption of a School District Budget Committee under
RSA 195:12-a and RSA 32:14 as adopted by the Exeter Region Cooperative School
District on March 11, 2003?

YES 257* NO 138
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2004 East Kingston Town Report - 2004 Town Meeting

Article 7

Shall the voters of the Exeter Region Cooperative School District vote to recommend
that the District follow the procedures in RSA 674:54 for non-binding review of the
plans for the new high school?



YES 298*


NO 103




Town Ballot




Selectman; 3 yr. term:


John L. Fillio


207




Ronald F. Morales


*242


Selectman; 2 yr. term:


Matthew B. Dworman


*253




Ronald W. Metcalf


188


Road Agent; 1 yr, term:


Robert L. Rossi


*386


Moderator; 2 yr. term:


Robert B. Donovan


*409


Town Clerk/Tax Collector; 3 yr. term:


Barbara A. Clark


*432


Treasurer; 3 yr. term;


Katherine A. Hankin


*402


Supervisor of the Checklist; 6 yr. term:


Patricia A. Mazur


*409


Trustee of Public Library; 3 yr. term:


Conrad V. Moses


*402


Trustee of the Cemetery; 3 yr. term:


Vytautas Kasinskas


*397


Trustee of the Cemetery; 2 yr. term:


William D. Brace


169




Michelle E. Burns


*226


Trustee of Trust Funds; 3 yr. term:


Vytautas Kasinskas


*394


Trustee of Trust Funds; 2 yr. term:


Joan W. Kasinskas


*391



Addendum: A recount request was received by John Fillio for the 3 yr.
Selectman office on March 12, 2004. The recount was done on March 22,
2004 from 3:07 PM to 3:45 PM. Tlie following people were on the recount
board: Robert Donovan, Raymond Donald, William Diprofio, and Barbara
Clark.

Recount results: John Fillio 206
Ronald Morales *241


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