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ANNUAL REPORTS



OF THE




FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31st



1964



SCHOOL DISTRICT



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ANNUAL REPORTS



OF THE



Receipts

and
Expenditures



FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 3 1st.



1964



&. SCHOOL DISTRICT



OF



FARMINGTON



NEW HAMPSHIRE



FOSTER PRESS
FARMINGTON. NEW HAMPSHIRE



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INDEX

Town Officers 3

Statement by Selectmen 4

Budget for the Town 5

Warrant for Town Meeting 9

Town Inventory 12
Statement of Appropriations and

Taxes Assessed 12

Financial Report 14

Treasurer's Report 15

Taxes Committed to Collector 16

Tax Sales Not Redeemed 16

Town Clerk's Report 60

Tax Collector's Report 17

Summary of Receipts 22

Detail of Receipts 23

Licenses and Permits 25

Municipal Court 26

Summary of Payments 28

Details of Payments 30

Police Department 35

Fire Department 38

Health Department 40

Highway Maintenance 44

Visiting Nurse 62

Public Library 61

Trustees of Trust Funds 59

Auditors 39

School District Reports SDl



TOWN OFFICERS

SELECTMEN

Fred O. Tebbetts Term expires 1965

Carroll H. Kimball Term expires 1966

Walter Mclntire* Term expires 1967

Chester Glidden Term expires 1965

TOWN CLERK
Bertha Y. Pelletier



TREASURER
Rufus W. Rundlett

SUPERVISORS OF THE CHECK LIST
Arthur G. Webster Clara L. Greeley Mildred R. Parrock

TAX COLLECTOR
Alberta L. Ferland

HEALTH OFFICER
Carl B. Canney

ROAD AGENT
Clifton H. Cilley

REPRESENTATIVES
Ralph Canney Robert B. Drew

MUNICIPAL COURT
Eugene F. Nute, Justice Eleanor M. Prescott, Clerk

POLICE OFFICERS
Carl W. Worster Sr. , Chief Joseph M. Vachon, Asst. Chief*

MODERATOR
Eugene F. Nute

AUDITORS
Arthur G. Webster Barbara H. Jenness

TRUSTEES OF TRUST FUNDS

James E. Thayer Term expires 1965

Robert B. Hunt Term expires 1966

Francis J. Mooney Term expires 1967

* Re signed 3



We, the Selectmen of Farmington, herewith submit our
annual report for the year 1964, for your consideration .

We would first like to call your attention to the financial
report. Our surplus this year is $4,265.37. After the
expenditure of $5,000.00 for a used truck, with the
approval of the Budget Committee, gives us an overall
increase of $1,267.19 this year.

The appropriation for summer maintenance was used to
continue the re-surfacing of streets, and improvements
of roads in various sections of town. A big improvement
was the new bridge which was built on the River Road
and should give us many years of service.

The money from T R A was used to complete the Tebbetts
Hill Road from the Waldron Bridge to the New Durham
line. This money will be used in another section of
town this year to further improve our roads .

Underthe Welfare Department we have once again found
it necessary to ask for an increase in the appropriation,
welfare seems toincrease each year especially the Old
Age Assistance.

With money from the Parking Meter Reserve fund we
continued repair of sidewalks and gutters . With the
monies from this fund this year we again recommend the
continuation of this work in other sections of town.

We wish to extend our sincere appreciation for the
fairness and understanding which the townspeople have
shown us this year and sincerely hope that our efforts
have resulted in benefits to the town.

Respectfully submitted,
Fred O. Tebbetts
Carroll H. Kimball
Chester Glidden



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TOWN WARRANT

THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

To the inhabitants of the Town of Farmington, quali-
fied to vote in town affairs:

You are hereby notified to meet at the Town Hall in said
Farmington on Tuesday, the 9th day of March next, at
nine o'clock in the forenoon, to act on the following
subjects:

Article 1 . To choose one selectman for three years ,
one selectman for two years, a town clerk, a town
treasurer, iwo auditors, a trustee of the trust funds for
three years, and all other necessary officers and agents
for the ensuing year.

You are also notified to meet at said Town Hall at
seven o'clock in the afternoon on the same date, to
act on the following subjects:

Article 2. To see what sum of money the town will vote
to raise and appropriate to defray the expenses of
general government as defined in the budget.

Article 3. To see what sum of money the town will
vote to raise and appropriate for the police department.

Article 4. To see what sum of money the town will vote
to raise and appropriate for fire protection.

Article 5. To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of $200.00 to be used in cooperation
with State and Federal funds for the control of White
Pine Blister Rust within the confines of the town. (By
request) .

Article 6. To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of $1,800.00 to be applied to the
payments for services of a district nurse of said town,
said funds to be disbursed through the Farmington Visit-
ing Nurse Association. (By request) .



Article 7. To see if the town will raise and appropriate
the sum of $700.00 for Civil Defense.

Article 8. To see what sum of money the town will
vote to raise and appropriate for the Health Department.

Article 9. To see what sum of money the town will
vote to raise and appropriate to vital statistics.

Article 10. To see what sum of money the town will vote
to raise and appropriate for summer and winter main-
tenance of highways and bridges and for the general
expense of the highway department.

Article 11. To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of $918.15 in order toassure State
aid in the amount of $6,120.99 for the improvement of
Class V. Highways.

Article 12. To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of $4,000.00 for the Farmington
Public Library Association. (By request) .

Article 13. To see what sum of money the town will vote
to raise and appropriate for old age assistance, town
poor and soldiers' aid.

Article 14. To see what sum of money the town will vote
to raise and appropriate to Clarence L. Perkins Post ,
No. 60, American Legion, to be used for Memorial Day
observance.

Article 15. To see what sum of money the town will
vote to raise and appropriate for the care of parks and
playgrounds .

Article 15. To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of $275.00 for the maintenance of
the Cocheco River Project.

Article 17. To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of $950.00, to be added to the
existing sum of $942.61 which is the present balance
in the "Cocheco River Project Account" and to use the



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combined monies for the purpose of relocating the
utility line poles in connection with said project.

Article 18. To see what sum of money the town will
vote to raise and appropriate for the care or removal of
dead trees located specifically on town property.

Article 19. To see if the town will vote to authorize
the Selectmen to hire such sums of money as may be
necessary in anticipation of taxes.

Article 20 , To see what purpose or purposes the town
will vote to appropriate the balance of the parking
meter fund not otherwise earmarked and the income over
and above the maintenance expenses, in accordance
with the provisions of Laws of 1947, Chapter 74,
Section 2 .

Article 21 . To see if the town will vote to accept the
extension of the sewfer line from Main Street up Warren
Street a distance of 235 feet, and if this extension is
accepted, to reimburse Harry Pike in the amount of
$352.00, being the sum of money that Harry Pike ad-
vanced from his personal funds to install said existing
sewer extension and further to authorize the Trustee of
Trust Funds to transfer the necessary funds for this
extension from the sewer reserve fund. Passed by the
budget committee without recommendation.

Given under our hands and seal this 19th day of
February, 1965.

Fred O. Tebbetts
Carroll H. Kimball
Selectmen



A true copy of warrant, attest:



Fred O. Tebbetts
Carroll H. Kimball
Selectmen



11



INVENTORY

VALUATION OF THE TOWN, APRIL 1, 1964



Lands and buildings

Factory buildings and land

Factory Machinery

Public Utilities, Electric

House Trailers , 16

Stock in Trade , Merchants

Stock in Trade , Manufacturers

Boats & Launches, 37

Dairy Cows , 183

Other Cattle, 19

Poultry, 325

Gasoline pumps and tanks

Road building & Construction machinery

Wood, lumber, logs etc.

Total valuation before exemptions allowed

Less: War service exemptions

Blind exemptions

Neatstock exemptions
Net Valuation
Valuation in precinct



$3,427,600.00

69,275.00

139,850.00

177,721.00

36,850.00

89,565.00

78,050.00

9,040.00

23,600.00

1,450.00

100.00

5,700.00

24,446.00

900.00

4,084,147.00

257,350.00

2,825.00

5,300.00

$3,818,672.00

3,084,310.00



APPROPRIATIONS AND TAXES



Town Officers Salaries
Town Officers expense
Election and Registration
Municipal Court Expenses
Town Hall Maintenance
Social Security and Retirement
Police Department
Parking Meter Reserve
Fire Department, forest fire
Visiting Nurse Association
Vital Statistics

Highways , summer maintenance
Highways , winter maintenance
Highways , General expense



3,460.00

5,100.00

750.00

1,100.00

5,950.00

1,500.00

13,400.00

2,224.61

500.00

1,800.00

100.00

15,000.00

11,000.00

9,000.00



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Health DeiDartment 1,800.00

Town Road Aid 925.01

Libraries 3,500.00

Old Age Assistance 12,500.00

Town Poor 6,000.00

Veteran's Aid 400.00

Memorial Day 350.00

Parks and Playgrounds 500.00

Removal of Dead Trees 1,100.00

Interest 1,000.00

Used Truck (Surplus or Debt a/c) 5,000.00

Town appropriations 103,959.62

School Appropriation 145,679.94

County Tax Assessment 15,087.96
Total Appropriations $ 264,727.52
Less: Estimated Revenues and Credits

Interest and Dividends Tax $ 6,178.76

Railroad Tax 62.25

Savings Bank Tax 914.52

Reimb. State & Federal Lands 16.44

Recoveries: Old Age Assistance 150.00

Revenue from Yield tax sources 141 . 74

Intetest Received on taxes 2 , 400 . 00

Business licenses and permits 250.00

Dog Licenses 900.00

Motor Vehicle permit fees 18 , 350 . 00

Rent of Town Property 800.00

Fines & Forfeits, Municipal Court 1,200.00

National Bank Stock Taxes 977.10

Poll Taxes 2,522.00

Parking Meter Income 2,224.61

Surplus & Debt a/c (Used Truck) 5,000.00

Total revenues and credits 42,087.42

Less:

222,640.10

Plus Overlay 2,661.55

Amount to be raised by property taxes 225,301.65

Plus Precinct Taxes 20,048.02

Total Property Taxes 245,349.67

Poll Taxes 2,522.00

National Bank Stock Taxes 977.10

Total Taxes to be committed $ 248,848.77



FINANCIAL REPORT

ASSETS

Cash

Capital Reserve Fund, sewer tax

reserve
Unredeemed Taxes:

Levy of 1963

Levy of 1962

Levy of 1954
Uncollected Taxes:

Levy of 1964

Levy of 1963

Levy of 1962

Levy of 1961

Levy of 1960

Levy of 1959

Levy of 1957

Levy of 1956

Levy of 1954
Uncollected State Head Taxes:

Levy of 1964

Levy of 1963

Levy of 1962

Levy of 1961

Levy of 1960

Levy of 1959
Total Assets

LIABILITIES
Parking Meter Reserve Fund
Capital Reserve Fund, Sewer tax reserve
Due to School District, bal. of approp.
Due to State: 1964 uncollected head taxes
Civil Defense
Cocheco River Project
No. Main St. Sewer
River Maintenance
Bond & Retirement taxes
Rent of Kitchen Equipment



$ 41,364.41

5,955.09

2,117.98

1,962.92

127.26

69,079.37

10,207.24

305.28

273.65

98.26

12.00

17.92

34.05

10.40

3,655.00

350.00

130.00

200.00

80.00

40.00



$136,


,020.83


$ 1,


,705.75


5,


,955.09


117,


,679.94


4


,987.50




159.98




942.61




15.00




18.36




184.80




106.43



$131,755.46



Assets
Liabilities
Net Surplus



$136,020.83

131,755.46

4,265.37



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TREASURER'S REPORT

Cash on hand January 1 , 1964 $73,335

Taxes received, Alberta L. Ferland,
Property, Polls, Sewer and Yield:

1961

1962

1963

1964 1

Interest received on taxes

Town Clerk: Bertha Y. Pelletier
Dog Licenses
Auto permits
Filing fees

Collector: Alberta L. Ferland
Head Taxes and penalties
Taxes redeemed and interest on same

Received from Selectmen's Office
Rent of town hall & Kitchen equip.
Pistol permits

All other licenses & permits
Parking meter receipts
Fines from parking meters
Municipal court fines & forfeits
Refund & recoveries
Commission on head taxes
Sale of town property
Farmington Nat'l Bank, Trusties of

trust fund from capital reserve
Outstanding checks credited

Treasurer, State of New Hampshire
T.R.A.

Road toll refund
Railroad taxes
Interest and dividend tax
Saving Bank tax
Reimb. Fire Elm St.
Reimb. Forest reserve land



15





8.


00




165.


80


56,


,133.


88


81,


,519.


47


1-


,557.


18




881.


,90


21,


,882.


82




12.


00


8,


,480.


,00


4,


,906.


,11


1


,744,


.00




60,


.00




175,


.00


2


,281,


.20




119,


.75


2


,496,


.43




481,


,11




542,


.85




100,


.00


6


,865


.63




161


.68


5


,021


.97




770


.35




62


.25


6


,178


.76




914


.52




15


.38




16


.76



Reirnb. State & Federal land 16.44

Reimb. Wardens training 25.24

Reimb. Labor & gravel, Poor Farm Rd. 25.00

Refund Head taxes 53.47

Temporary Loans 79,000.00

Total $382,676.27

Total Receipts $456,012.15

Selectmen's orders paid 400,145.43

Cash reserved for payment of

outstanding checks 14 , 502 . 31

Total Payment $414,647.74

Cash on hand, January 1, 1965 $ 41,364.41



TAXES COMMITTED to COLLECTOR



Property Taxes


$225,


,301,


.65


Precinct Taxes


20,


,048,


.02


Total Property taxes


245,


,349,


.67


Poll Taxes


2,


,522,


.00


National Bank Stock Taxes




977,


.10




$248,


,848,


,77


Tax Rate-Town




5,


.90


Precinct






.65


TAX SALES NOT REDEEMED








LEVY 1954









Reginald R. Wentworth $ 127.26

LEVY 1962

Annie E. Cole, Est. $ 367.33

Harry & Thelma Cotton 61.79

Robert & Annie Garland 141.43

Frank & Rose Glidden 444.67

Robert Greeley 43.19

Loren Hill, Est. 246.85

Albanie & Mary LaPanne 159.52

James F. Leahy 311.00

Irving Jr. & Linda Smith 51.66



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Lloyd Thompson


$


61.79


Fred Jr. & Ellen Whltehouse




73.69




$1,


,962.92


LEVY of 1963






Curtis & Mildred Chase


$


153.61


Frank & Rose Glidden




406.00


Ralph & Hattie Hussey




209.78


James Leahy




322.72


Walter S. Lougee




126.74


Robert Piccoli




224.35


William & Katherine Pineo


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