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ANNUAL REPORT

OF THE

Officers of the Town

of

EATON
NcTV Hampshire




1986



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TOWN OF EATON, N.H.



ANNUAL REPORT

OF THE

Officers of the Town

of

EATON
New Hampshire




for the fiscal year ending December 31



1986



PRINTED BY RMC GRAPHICS, CONWAY, N.H.



TOWN OF EATON, N.H.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Town Officers 3

Town Warrant 5

Town Budget 11

Summary of Inventory 15

Statement of Appropriations & Taxes Assessed 16

Town Meeting Report 19

Statement of Appropriations and Expenditures 26

Financial Report 27

Schedule of Town Property 32

Auditors Certification 33

Town Clerk's Report 34

Tax Collector's Report 35

Treasurer's Report 42

Detailed Statement of Payments 46

Planning Board Report 52

Report of Town Forest Fire Warden

& State Forest Ranger 53

Report of Trustees of Trust Funds 54

Report of Conservation Commission 55

North Country Council Annual Report 58

Selectmens Report 60

Letter to Selectmen 60

Report of the School District 64

Vital Statistics 92

Filing Fees 94

Emergency Numbers Rear Cover



TOWN OF EATON, N.H.



TOWN OFFICERS



MODERATOR



Term Expires 1987

Term Expires 1987

Term Expires 1987
Term Expires 1988
Term Expires 1989

Term Expires 1987

Term Expires 1987
HIGHWAY COMMISSIONER
Elwyn Thurston Term Expires 1987

TRUSTEES TRUST FUNDS



Ellsworth T. Russell

Ruby A. B. Hurll

Francis S. Gospodarek
Bernard F. Hurley
Richard H. Young



TOWN CLERK



SELECTMEN



TREASURER



Holly B. Fortin



Charles W. Hurll



TAX COLLECTOR



Barbara McKenzie
Edith Dashnau
Eugene Kleinmeier



Douglas K. Blue



Term Expires 1987
Term Expires 1988
Term Expires 1989
AUDITOR

Term Expires 1987

SUPERVISORS OF THE CHECKLIST

Anne Donahue Term Expires 1988

Grace T. Fowler Term Expires 1990

Doris Underwood Term Expires 1992

HEALTH OFFICER

Vacant

FIRE CHIEF

Charles W. Hurll

DEPUTY FIRE CHIEF

James J. CooganJII

FIRE WARDEN

James J. Coogan, III

DEPUTY FIRE WARDENS

John R. Edge, Jr. Thomas Lane

Robert Hoyt



TOWN OF EATON, N.H.



BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT



Charles W. Hurll, Chairman
Douglas K. Blue



ALTERNATES



Mark Provost



John R. Edge, Sr.
Edward S. Ellis

Gerard Vanasse



George W. Booth
PLANNING BOARD

C. Jerome Underwood, Chairman

Donald Philbrick

Mary P. Gospodarek, Secretary

Richard H. Young, Selectman Representative
CONSERVATION COMMISSION



Robert Donahue

Leslie Feron

Peter Blue



Phillip Evans

Jonathan Simonds

Richard Fortin



PhUlip Kelly, Chairman
Louise Gray
Chester Russell

PARK COMMISSION
William Kendrick, Chairman
Lauren Trapasso
Cindy Goslee

REPRESENTATIVES TO NORTH COUNTRY

COUNCIL BOARD

Harry Fowler James Worcester

SECRETARY
Suzanne Russell



Robert Thurston

Deborah Thoms

Ronnie Day



TOWN OF EATON, N.H.

TOWN WARRANT
THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

THE POLLS WILL BE OPEN FROM
1:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M.

To the Inhabitants of the Town of Eaton in the County of Carroll in
said State, qualified to vote in Town Affairs:

You are hereby notified to meet at the Evans Memorial Building (Town
Hall) in the Town of Eaton, County of Carroll on Tuesday the tenth of
March, 1987 at one o'clock in the afternoon to act upon the following sub-
jects herein after set forth. The polls shall open for balloting at 1:00 P.M.,
or as soon thereafter as the Moderator calls the meeting to order and
declares a quorum present. Voting on Article 1 and Article 2 (proposed
amendments to the Town of Eaton Zoning Ordinance) shall be by official
ballot. The remaining articles of the Warrant shall be acted upon at 8
o'clock in the evening.

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ARTICLE # 1.

To choose all necessary Town officers for the year ensuing.

ARTICLE #2.

To see if the Town is in favor of adopting five amendments to the Town
of Eaton Zoning Ordinance of 1973 dealing with: erection of buildings
on streets, a new definition of "Wetlands," minimum floor area, a new
definition of "Home Occupation," and, a revised system of minimum lot
sizes based on soils and slopes.

ARTICLE # 3.

To raise such sums of money as may be necessary to defray town
charges for the ensuing year and make appropriations of the same; in-
cluding town officers salaries, town officers expenses, election and
registration expenses, expenses of the Town Hall and other buildings.
Social Security and Withholding Taxes, fire department, insurance, civil
defense, health department, vital statistics, town dump, town road main-
tainance (summer and winter, highway grant and general expenses),
street lighting, town poor and old age assistance, recreation, cemeteries,
and interest, planning and zoning, legal expenses, capital reserve, and
unemployment compensation.

ARTICLE # 4.

To see if the Town will authorize the Selectmen to borrow money in
anticipation of taxes, if necessary.



TOWN OF EATON, N.H.

ARTICLE # 5.

To see if the Town wiE authorize the Selectmen to administer or dispose
of any real estate acquired by the Town through Tax Collector Deeds,
reference RSA 80:42.

ARTICLE # 6.

To see if the Town will vote to authorize for, accept, and expend such
Federal, State, or other governmental unit or private source of funding
which become available during the year, in accordance with RSA 31:95-b.

ARTICLE # 7.

To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Eaton Conservation Com-
mission to make application for a grant or grants from appropriate trust
funds to enhance the public usefulness of Town lands.

ARTICLE # 8.

To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Eaton Conservation Com-
mission to retain the unexpended portion of its 1987 receipts, said funds
to be placed in a special conservation fund, in accordance with RSA 36,
A-5.

ARTICLE # 9.

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $2,000.00
for the purchase of a new highway truck, to be deposited into the Capital
Reserve Fund created for this purpose.

ARTICLE # 10.

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $388.00
for maintaining membership in the North Country Council for one year
in order to obtain assistance for the Town Selectmen, Planning and Zon-
ing Boards, and other committees requiring the services of the Council.

ARTICLE #11.

To see if the Town will vote to appropriate the sum of $1,709.22 for
reconstruction or replacement of Town bridges, and authorize the Select-
men to withdraw the above amount, plus interest, from the Federal
Revenue Sharing Fund.

ARTICLE #12.

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $1,100.00
for costs of perambulation of the Freedom and Madison Town Lines.



TOWN OF EATON, N.H.

ARTICLE #13.

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $250.00
for the support of the summer water safety program.

ARTICLE # 14.

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $1,080.00
to assist the Conway Village Recreation Commission in providing recrea-
tion programs for residents of the Town of Eaton.

Agreeable to a petition signed by Judith M. Goss and others.

ARTICLE #15.

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $502.00
for the Visiting Nurse Services of Northern Carroll County, Inc., said sum
being equal to $1.80 per person in the Town of Eaton.

Agreeable to a petition signed by Jo Ann Kelly and others.

ARTICLE #16.

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $300.00
to assist the Carroll County Mental Health Service.

Agreeable to a petition signed by Elizabeth C. Bungeroth and others.

ARTICLE #17.

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $600.00
for the capital budget of The Memorial Hospital, North Conway, New
Hampshire.

Agreeable to a petition signed by John W. Cass and others.

ARTICLE # 18.

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $400.00
for support of the Gibson Center for Senior Services and the Gibson
Center Meals Program.

Agreeable to a petition signed by Allan C. Robotham and others.

ARTICLE # 19.

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $400.00
for the support of the Children and Youth Project of Mount Washington
Valley.



TOWN OF EATON, N.H.

ARTICLE # 20.

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $350.00
to assist the Carroll County Family Health Centre (Family Planning,
Prenatal and Primary Care Program).

Agreeable to a petition signed by Elizabeth C. Bungeroth and others.

ARTICLE #21.

To see if the Town will vote the Trustees of the Trust Funds to be
Cemetery Trustees, each individual trustee's term to expire simultaneously
with his/her term as a Trustee of the Trust Funds. The Cemetery Trustees
shall be responsible for determing the prices of cemetery lots and of
perpetual care, and for preparing an annual cemetery budget.

ARTICLE #22.

To see if the Town will vote to create a general fund trust for the pur-
pose of cemetery maintainance, the fund to be named the "Town of Eaton
General Cemetery Maintainance Fund", and further to authorize financ-
ing of this fund through the sale of cemetery lots and perpetual care
assessments.

ARTICLE #23.

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $1,100.00
for the survey and placement of measurement markers in the newer sec-
tion of Snowville Cemetery, as recommended by the Trustees of the Trust
Funds.

ARTICLE #24.

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $1,500.00
for the purposes of cutting trees, pulling stumps and seeding new grass
in the newer section of Snowville Cemetery.

ARTICLE #25.

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $100.00
for support of the Tri-County Community Action Outreach Program.

ARTICLE # 26.

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $153.45
for support of Children Unlimited, Inc.

Agreeable to a petition signed by Linda A. Jenkins and others.



TOWN OF EATON, N.H.

ARTICLE #27.

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of
$15,000.00 for inclusion in the already established Capital Reserve Fund
for constructing and reconstruction of bridges and major culverts on Town
roads, and to authorize the Selectmen to withdraw money from the fund
for the above purposes, under provisions of RSA 35.

ARTICLE # 28.

To see if the Town will vote to create a general fund trust for the pur-
pose of periodic asphalting of Town roads, to be named the "Town of
Eaton Asphalting Fund" under provision of RSA 31:19-a.

ARTICLE # 29.

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $3,000.00
for inclusion in the Town of Eaton Asphalting Fund.

ARTICLE # 30.

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $2,350.00
for the purpose of purchasing a 250 gallon/minute firefighting pump, 300
feet of one-and-a-half inch forestry hose, and a portable radio to be used
by Town Forest Fire Wardens in communication with Carroll County and
Conway dispatchers (with the understanding that only half the money
might be spent if State matching funds can be obtained).

ARTICLE #31.

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $550.00
for the purchase of a Dictaphone recording and transcribing device for
use of Town Officers in preparing transcripts or minutes of public hear-
ings or meetings.

ARTICLE #32.

To see if the Town will vote to ratify the acceptance by the Selectmen
for the Town of the Tricentennial Trust Fund for educational scholarship
grants to be made from annual interest beginning in 2077, as recommend-
ed by the Trustees of the Trust Funds, and to create a general fund trust
to be known as the "Tricentennial Trust Fund" to be funded by the money
already in the Tricentennial Trust Fund.

ARTICLE #33.

To act on any other business that may legally come before this meeting.



TOWN OF EATON, N.H.

Given under our hands and seal, this 17th day of February, in the year
of our Lord Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Seven.

Francis S. Gospodarek

Bernard F. Hurley

Richard H. Young

Selectmen of Eaton

A true copy of Warrant- Attest:

Francis S. Gospodarek

Bernard F. Hurley

Richard H. Young

Selectmen of Eaton

March 10, 1987
We hereby certifv ^ t we gave notice to the inhabitants within nam-
ed, to meet at riiiie . ;Ji place for the purpose within mentioned, by
posting an attested copy of the within Warrant at the place of meeting
within named, and a like attested copy at the Eaton Village Store, being
a public place in said Town, on the 17th of February, 1987.

Francis S. Gospodarek

Bernard F. Hurley

Richard H. Young

Selectmen of Eaton



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SUMMARY OF INVENTORY



Land

Buildings

Public Utilities

Total Valuation Before Exemptions Allowed



5 8,103,600.00

8,962,400.00

234,150.00

17,300,150.00



Net Valuation on Which the Tax Rate is Computed 17,300,150.00



N.H. Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Public Service of N.H.



64,350.00
169,800.00



Total



234,150.00



Number of Individuals Applying for an

Elderly Exemption 1986
Number of Individuals Granted an

Elderly Exemption 1986



CURRENT USE REPORT









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Applicants


Applicants








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Granted for


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Prior Years


1986








No. of Acres


No. of Acres


No. of Acres


Farm Land




135.23


11.0


146.23


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6,304.60


489.71


6,794.31


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193.05





193.05


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219.00





219.00


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118.21


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Total Assessed Value


of Land Under Current Use


265,150.00



Total Number of Acres Exempted
under Current Use in 1985



7,473.80



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TOWN OF EATON, N.H.



STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATIONS

AND TAXES ASSESSED FOR THE

TAX YEAR 1986



PURPOSES OF APPROPRIATIONS



GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Town Officers' Salaries - Article 21
Town Officers' Expenses
Election and Registration Expenses
Cemeteries - Article 22
General Government Buildings
Reappraisal of Property
Planning and Zoning
Legal Expenses
Advertising and Regional Association

PUBLIC SAFETY
Fire Department
Civil Defense



Article 9



8,975.00
7,200.00
1,200.00
1,500.00
5,200.00
1,500.00
4,000.00
7,000.00
388.00



4,500.00
50.00



HIGHWAYS, STREETS & BRIDGES
Town Maintenance - Article 10, 11
General Highway Department Expenses
Street Lighting

SANITATION
Solid Waste Disposal

HEALTH
Health Department - Articles 14, 15, 19, 20
Hospitals and Ambulances - Article 16
Animal Control
Vital Statistics



53,908.00
7,000.00
1,500.00



21,691.00



1,355.00
3,484
25.00
50.00



WELFARE
General Assistance - Article 17, 18, 26



2,080



CULTURE AND RECREATION
Library
Parks and Recreation - Articles 12, 13, 28



300.00
6,050



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TOWN OF EATON, N.H.

DEBT SERVICE
Interest Expense - Tax Anticipation Notes 3,500.00

OPERATING TRANSFERS OUT
Payments to Capital Reserve Funds - Articles 8, 29, 30 16,000.00

MISCELLANEOUS

PICA, Retirement & Pension Contributions 3,000.00

Insurance 5,000.00

Unemployment Compensation 500.00

TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 166,956.00

OVERLAY 5,000.00

SOURCES OF REVENUE

TAXES

Resident Taxes 2,000.00

Yield Taxes 7,000.00

Interest and Penalties on Taxes 800.00

INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUES-STATE
Shared Revenue-Block Grant 3,315.00

Highway Block Grant 17,846.00

LICENSES AND PERMITS

Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 18,000.00

Dog Licenses 300.00

Business Licenses, Permits and Filing Fees 600.00

CHARGES FOR SERVICES
Income From Departments 2,250.00

Rent of Town Property 250,00

MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES
Interests on Deposits 4,000.00

Sale of Town Property 2,000.00



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TOWN OF EATON, N.H.

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES

Revenue Sharing Fund 6,062.00

Fund Balance 14,000.00

TOTAL REVENUES AND CREDITS 78,423.00

TAX COMMITMENT ANALYSIS

Property Taxes to be Raised 333,547.00

Less War Service Credits 1,400.00

Total Tax Commitment 332,147.00

TAX RATES Prior year tax rate (85) Approved tax rate (86)

Town 4.98 5.37

County .98 .84

School Dist. 12.12 13.07

Municipal Tax Rate 18.08 19.28



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TOWN OF EATON, N.H.

EATON'S TOWN MEETING
1986

The annual Town Meeting of the Town of Eaton, N.H. was called to
order on March 11, 1986 at 8:00 PM by Moderator Ellsworth T. Russell

Mr. Russel read the "Call to Meeting" and the articles of the Warrant.

The Moderator then asked for a n\oment of silent prayer in memory
of Samuel B. Head, who passed away on July 19, 1985. Mr. Head had
served the Town in many official positions, among them twenty years
as a Selectman.

Article 1 - To choose all necessary Town Officers for the year ensu-
ing. This had been done by ballot earlier in the day and the following
officers had been elected.
Selectman for three years Richard H. Young

Supervisor of Checklist for 6 Years Doris K. Underwood

Auditor for 1 Year Douglas K. Blue

Highway Commissioner for 1 Year Elwyn R. Thurston

Trustee of Trust Funds for 3 Years Eugene G. Kleinmeier

Also by ballot earlier in the day, two amendments to the 'Town of Eaton
Zoning Ordinance of 1973" had been voted on and passed:

Amendment 1 - "Are you in favor of the adoption of an amendment
to the "Town of Eaton Zoning Ordinance of 1973" as proposed by the
Planning Board of the Town of Eaton to add under Article IV, Section
B, Paragraph 12 to read as follows: Each dwelling, structure, or accessory
building shall be set back at least one hundred twenty-five (125) feet from
the shore as determined by projecting a line perpendicular to the average
high water level of water bodies five acres or more including, but not
restricted to: Conway Lake, Crystal Lake, Hatch Pond, Long Pond, Puri-
ty Lake, Roberts Pond, Thurston Pond. This amendment was approved
by the Planning Board and submitted by the Selectmen." This amend-
ment was passed by a vote of 70-11.

Amendment 2 - "Are you in favor of the adoption of an amendment
of the "Town of Eaton Zoning Ordinance of 1973" as proposed by the
Planning Board of the Town of Eaton, Article VIII Board of Adjutment,
the last sentence to read '...by the Board of Adjustment may be subject...',
the underlined portion to be added for clarification. Article VIII - A. Crea-


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