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ANNUAL REPORTS

OF THE

rOWN OF LEE

NEW HAMPSHIRE

FOR THE

Year Ending December 31, 1965




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BICENTENNIAL YEAR
1766 to 1966

Celebration July 30-31, 1966





We dedicate this Town Report to Annie
B. Piper who has ably and faithfully served
the Town of Lee as Clerk for 24 consecu-
tive years.

1942-1966



University of New Hampshire
Library



ANNUAL REPORTS



OF THE



Selectmen, Treasurer, Collector, Clerk,
Highway Agents and Trustees of
Trust Funds and Fire Department



OF THE



TOWN OF LEE

NEW HAMPSHIRE



FOR THE



Year Ending December 31, 1965



GEORGE J. FOSTER & Co.

Dover, N.H.

1966



TOWN OFFICERS



Moderator
EVERETT B. SACKETT

Selectmen
GEORGE A. BENNETT, 1966

JOHN L. RANDALL, JR., 1967

ROBERT L. KENISTON, 1968

Treasurer
FLORENCE F. CALDWELL

Collector of Taxes
INEZ E. BENNETT

Town Clerk
ANNIE B. PIPER



FAYE KENISTON



Supervisors
CHARLES A. PIPER



ELAINE LIBBY



Trustees of Trust Funds
IDA RANDALL, 1966

FLORENCE F. CALDWELL, 1967

SAMUEL F. TAYLOR, 1968

Library Trustees
FLORENCE F. CALDWELL, 1966

FAYE KENISTON, 1968

Highway Agent
LLOYD F. STEVENS

Librarian
ELIZABETH GEORGE



Auditors
ALICE DUDLEY PHILIP M. SANBORN

Health
THOMAS A. BROWN

Police

ROBERT L. KENISTON, JR.

GEORGE AYERS

Fire Warden

LLOYD STEVENS

Tel. Oldfield 9-3447, Newmarket, N.H.

Deputy Wardens

OILMAN MENTER
Tel. Oldfield 9-3859, Newmarket, N.H.

OLIVER KENNARD
Tel. Oldfield 9-3465, Newmarket, N.H.

R. CARL SANDERS
Tel. Oldfield 9-3621, Newmarket, N.H.

CHARLES BRADY
Tel. Oldfield 9-3776, Newmarket, N.H.

MAURICE HATCH
Tel. Oldfield 9-3858, Durham, N.H.

Fire Chief

LLOYD STEVENS

Tel. Oldfield 9-3447, Newmarket, N.H.

Building Inspector
THOMAS A. BROWN



Planning Board
SHIRLEY CLARK ALICE DUDLEY

THEODORE KELSEY CHARLES BRADY

Selectman
ROBERT L KENISTON

Board of Adjustment
LAURENCE HILL CHARLES PIPER

ROGER GIBB EVERETT SACKETT

Civil Defense
G. E. WELLINGTON



TOWN WARRANT

THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

To the Inhabitants of the Town of Lee In the County of
Strafford in said State, qualified to vote in Town Affoirs:
(LS.)

You are hereby notified to meet at the Town Hall in
said Lee on Tuesday, the eighth day of March, next at ten
of the clock in the forenoon, to act upon the following
subjects: Poits to close at 6:00 p.m.

1. To choose all necessary Town Officers for the year
ensuing.

2. To see if the Town will vote to adopt a zoning
ordinance recommended by the Planning Board. (Ballot
Vote)

Articles 3 through 22 on appropriations will be taken
up at the Mast Way School on Wednesday, the ninth day
of March at eight o'clock in the evening.

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.

4. To raise and appropriate such sums of money as
may be necessary for the maintenance of Highways.

5. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap-
propriate the sum of one thousand six hundred dollars
($1600.00) for old age assistance and Town relief.

6. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap-
propriate the sum of two hundred dollars ($200.00) for
fire protection.

7. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap-
propriate the sum of Five hundred forty four dollars and
thirty five cents ($544.35) for the construction of Class V



highways under the provisions of the TRA, so called. The
State will contribute the sum of three thousand six hun-
dred twenty eight dollars and ninety eight cents ($3,628.-
98).

8. To see what sum of money the Town will vote
to raise and appropriate for the Fire Department.

9. To see if the Town will vote to buy a new Fire
Truck and moke appropriation for same.

10. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Trus-
tees of the Trust Fund to draw moneys now in Trust for a
Fire Truck.

11. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap-
propriate the sum of five hundred dollars ($500.00) to be
deposited with the Town Trustees of the Trust Funds as a
capital reserve for equipment for the Fire Department.

12. To see if the Town will vote to accept the old
Boston & Maine Railroad well on Route 125 now owned by
Melvin Jenkins and make appropriation for a cover and
dry hydrant.

13. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap-
propriate the sum of twenty five hundred dollars ($2500.-
00) to be used on Wednesday Hill Road.

14. To raise and appropriate for the economic ad-
vancement of the Town through publicity and promotion-
al service of the Seacoast Regional Development Associa-
tion in cooperation with other regional communities a sum
not exceeding one-one-hundredth of one per cent of as-
Fessed valuation, namely, two hundred thirty dollars
($230.00).

15. To see what sum of money the Town will vote to
raise and appropriate for the care of the Town Dump.



16. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap-
propriate the sum of approximately seven thousand five
hundred dollars ($7500.00) to defray the cost of its share
of the Strafford County Government.

17. To see if the Town will vote to raise and op-
propriate the sum of two hundred dollars ($200.00) to mow
cemetery lots not having perpetual care.

18. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap-
propriate the sum of one hundred dollars ($100.00) for
the control of Pine Blister Rust.

19. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the
Selectmen to sell property acquired from Tax Sales.

20. To see what sum of money the Town will vote
to raise and appropriate for the Town Bicentennial.

21. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the
Selectmen to hire money in anticipation of taxes.

22. To transact any other business that may legally
come before the meeting.

Given under our hands and seal, this seventh day of
February, in the year of our Lord nineteen hundred and
sixty-six.

GEORGE A. BENNETT
JOHN L RANDALL, JR.
ROBERT L. KENISTON

Selectmen of Lee

A true copy of Warrant — Attest:

GEORGE A. BENNETT
JOHN L RANDALL, JR.
ROBERT L. KENISTON

Selectmen of Lee



BUDGET OF THE TOWN OF



ESTIAAATES OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURES FOR THE ENSUING YEAR
JANUARY 1, 1966 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966. COMPARED WITH ESTIMATED



SOURCES OF REVENUE



FROM STATE.

Interest and Dividends Tax

Savings Bank Tax

Head Tax

For Fiohting Forest Fires
FROM ibCAL SOURCES EXCEPT TAXES:

Dog Licenses

Business Licenses, Permits and Filing Fees

Gift

Interest Received on Taxes and Deposits

N.E. Telephone Co.

Income of Departments: Hough

(a) Highway, including rental of equipment

(b) Drivevays

(c) Library and and Balance

(d) MacinottI

Motor Vehicle Permit Fees

Sale of Tcwn Property: Sander

Refunds Health and Welfare
CASH SURPLUS
FROM LOCAL TAXES OTHER THAN

PROPERTY TAXES:

(a) Poll Taxes — Regular at $2

(b) National Bank Stock Taxes

(c) Yield Taxes

TOTAL REVENUES FROM ALL SOURCES

EXCEPT PROPERTY TAXES
AMOUNT TO BE RAISED BY PROPERTY TAXES
TOTAL REVENUES



Estimated


Actual


Estimated


Revenue


Revenue


Revenue


Previous


Previous


Erisuing


Year


Year


Year


1965


1965


1966


; 1,900.00


$ 1,107.04 $


1,200.00




136.31


140.00




12.69






318.59




400.00


430.93


400.00




115.75


50.00




5.00






1,064.44


700.00




32.44






65.00






100.00






169.30






1,903.42






38.08




8,500.00


9,947.11

100.00

1,068.50

15,934.76


9,000.00



550.00 588.00 550.00

15.00 18.00 18.00

200.00 1,000.88 1,000.00

M 1,565.00 $34,206.29 $13,058.00
37,441.35
$50,499.35



LEE, NEW HAMPSHIRE



AND ACTUAL REVENUE, APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF THE
PREVIOUS YEAR JANUARY 1, 1965 TO DECEMBER 31, 1965

Appropria- Actual Esfimated
tions Expenditures Expenditures
PURPOSES OF EXPENDITURES Previous Previous Ensuing

Year Year Year

1965 1965 1966

GENERAL GOVERNMENT:

Town Officers' Salaries

Town Officers' Expenses

Election and Registration Ex.oenses

Expenses Tov.'n Hall and Other Town Bldgs.

Emoloyees' Retirement and Social Security
PROTECTION OF PERSONS AND PROPERTY:

Police Department

Fire Department $2,185 Forest Fire $200

Moth Exterm.— Blister Rust and Care of Trees

Insurance

Planning and Zoning

Damages and Legal Expenses

Civil Defense
HEALTH:

Health Department, Including Hospitals

Vital Statistics

Town Dumo
HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES:

I own Maintenance — Summer

Town Mjintenance — Winter

General Expenses of Highway Department

Town Road Aid
LIBRARIES
PUBLIC V/ELFARE:

Tcv/n Poor

Old Age Assistance
PATRIOTIC PURPOSES:

Memorial Day and Veterans' Associations

Bi-Centennial
PUBLIC SERVICE ENTERPRISES:

Taxes Bought by Town

Cemeteries

Refund

Advertising and Regional Associations
INTEREST:

On Temporary Loans
HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES:

Town Construction
New Lands and Buildings
New Equipment
PAYMENT CN PRINCIPAL OF DEBT:

(a) Head Taxes

fbj Bond and Debt

(c) Payment to Capital Reserve Funds
COUNTY TAXES
SCHOOL TAXES
TOTAL EXPENDITURES $43,716.30 $187;589.47 $50,499.35



$ 3,800.00 $

2,500.00

800.00

1,100.00

450.00


i 3,415.90

2,745.78

177.00

1,013.45

377.81


$ 3,800.00

2,500.00

500.00

1,200.00

450.00


1,000.00

2,385.00

100.00

100.00


557.59
2,804.39
100.00
300.00
44.60
338.13
300.00


1,200.00

10,900.00

ICO.OO

300.00

100.00

300.00


100.00
1,000.00


100.00

22.50

932.33


200.00
1,000.00


4,500.00
5,000.00
1,500.00
482.30
1,000.00


4,859.74
4,184.33
1,516.78
482.30
3,377.44


4,500.00

6,000.00

1,500.00

544.35

500.00


200.00
1,200.00


185.40
749.15


300.00
1,200.00




21.15


25.00
1,000.00


200.00

199.00
300.00


6,553.31

384.75

2.33

199.00

166.44

20,000.00


200.00

230.00
250.00


2,500.00
5,000.00


4.97
5,000.00


2,500.00
1,200.00


500.00
7,500.00


2,579.50

4.04

500.00

6,578.29

117,311.00


500.00
7,500.00



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FINANCIAL REPORT

Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1965
ASSET3

Cash:

In hands of treasurer $ 66,159.45

Capital Reserve Funds:

Lee Fire Department 500.00

Unredeemed taxes:

Levy of 1964 5,702.50

Levy of 1963 658.93

Uncollected Taxes:

Levy of 1965 31,316.98

Levy of 1964 68.00

Levy of 1963 2.00

Previous Years 270.72

State Head Taxes — Levy of 1965 640.00

State Head Taxes — Previous Years 60.00



Total Assets $105,378.58

LIABILITIES

Accounts Ov/ned by the Tov/n:

lown Hall $ 86.55
Old Age Assistance (450.95) Town Poor (14.60 465.55

Civil Defense 71.61

Library 1,903.42

Planning and Zoning 85.79

Police Dept. 250.00

Insurance 300.00

Due to State:

State Head Taxes — 1965

(Uncollected $640) 640.00
Yield Tax — Band and Debt Retirement

(Uncollected $12.60 - $23.93) 36.53

Due to School Districts:

Balance of School Tax 85,054.37

Capital Reserve Funds: 500.00



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Total Liabilities $ 89,393.82

Excess of assets over liabilities (Surplus) 15,984.76



Grand Total $105,378.58

RECEIPTS

Current Revenue:

From Local Taxes:

Property Taxes — Current Year —

1965 $117,857.47

Pol! Taxes — Current Year — 1965 588.00

Nat'l Bank Stock Taxes — 1965 18.00

Yield Taxes — 1965 1,000.88

State Head Taxes @ $5 — 1965 1,840.00



Total Current Year's Taxes collected

and remitted $121,304.35

Property Taxes and Yield Taxes — Previous

Years — Sales, Interest, Costs 33,884.60

Poll Taxes — Previous Years 276.00

State Head Taxes @ $5 — Previous Years 725.00

Interest received on Taxes 1,064.44

Penalties on State Head Taxes 78.50

Tax sales redeemed 3,894.03

From State:

Interest and dividends tax 1,107.04

Savings Bank Tax 136.31

Fighting forest fires 318.59

Reimbursement a /c Head Tax 12.69

From Local Sources, Except Taxes:

Dog Licenses 430.98

Business licenses, permits and

filing fees 1 15.75

Rent of tov^n property — Hough 100.00

Income from departments — Hough 65.00

Income from drivev/ays 104.30

Motor vehicle permits

1964 148.90

1965 9,798.21



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12,337.77



Total Current Revenue Receipts $173,564.69
Receipts Other than Current Revenue:
Temporary loans in anticipation

of taxes during year $ 20,000.00

Refunds:

Welfare 978.50

R. Simmons 90.00

Gifts 5.00

Sale of town property, Sander 100.00

Library and Balance 1,903.42

N.E, Tel and Tel. Co., Commission 32.44

R. Mariotti 38.08



Total Receipts Other than Current Revenue $ 23,147.44



Total Receipts from All Sources 196,712.13

Cash on hand January 1, 1965 57,036.79



Grand Total $253,748.92

PAYMENTS

Current Maintenace Expenses:
General Government:

Town officer's salaries $ 3,415.90

Town officer's expenses 2,745.78

Election and registration expenses 177.00

Expenses town hall and other town

buildings 1,013.45

Protection of Persons and Property:

Police department 557.59

Fire department, including forest

fires 2,804.39

Moth extermination — Blister Rust

and Care of Trees 100.00

Planning and Zoning 44.60

Civil Defense 300.00

Health:

Health department 100.00



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Vital statistics 22.50

Town clumps 932.33

Highway and Bridges:

Town Road Aid 482.30

Town Maintenance

(Summer — $4,859.74)

(Winter— $4,184.38) 9,044.12

General Expenses of Highway

Department 1,516.78

Libraries: 3,372.44

Public Welfare:

Old age assistance 749.15

County poor 185.40

Patriotic Purposes:

Memorial Day, Veteran's Associa-
tions and Old Home day 21.15
Public Service Enterprises:

Cemeteries 384.75

Unclassified:

Damages and legal expenses 338.15

Advertising and Regional

Associations 199.00

Taxes bought by town 6,553.31

Discounts, Abatements and

Refunds 2.33

Employees' Retirement and

Social Security 377.81



Total Current Maintenance Expenses $ 35,445.23

Interest:

Paid on temporary loans in

anticipation of taxes $ 166.44



Total Interest Payments $ 166.44

Outlay for New Construction, Equipment
and Permanent Imprpvements:
Highways and Bridges —

Town construction $ 4.97

New equipment (Highway —

Hough) 5,000.00



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Total Outlay Payments $ 5,004.97

Indebtedness:

Payments on temporary loans

in anticipation of taxes $ 20,000.00

Payments on bonded debt 4.04

Payments to capital reserve funds 500.00



Total Indebtedness Payments $ 20.504.04

Payments to Other Govermental Divisions:
State Head Taxes paid State Treas.

(1965 Taxes $1840.00)

(Prior Yrs. $739.50) $ 2,579.50

Taxes paid to County 6,572.05

Payments to State Treasurer —

Boat Report 6.24

Payments to School Districts

(1964 Tax $73,040.00)

(1965 Tax $40,271) 117,311.00



Total Payments to Other

Governmental Divisions $126,468.79



Total Payments for all Purposes $187,589.47

Cash on hand December 31, 1965 66,159.45



Grand Total $253,748.92

CERTIFICATE

This is to certify that the information contained in this
report v/as taken from official records and is complete to
the best of our knowledge and belief.

Date February 5, 1966

GEORGE A BENNETT
JOHN L. RANDALL, JR.
ROBERT L. KENISTON

Selectmen

FLORENCE F. CALDWELL

Treasurer



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SCHEDULE OF TOWN PROPERTY

Town Hall, Lands and Buildings $ 8,200.00

Furniture and Equipment 1,500.00

Libraries, Lands and Buildings 10,000.00

Furniture and Equipment 500.00
Police Department, Lands and Buildings

Equipment 500.00

Fire Department, Lands and Buildings 5,000.00

Equipment 8,000.00

Highway Department, Lands and Buildings 3,500.00

Equipment 8,000.00

Materials 500.00
All Lands and Buildings acquired through

Tax Collector's deeds 2,000.00



Total $ 47,700.00



SELECTMEN'S REPORT

Land and Building $ 4,030.550.00

Factory Machinery 8,650.00

Public Utilities, Electric 203,600.00

Mobile Homes and Travel Trailers (82) 161,075.00

Stock in Trade 32,880.00

Boats and Launches (20) 6,640.00

Cows (238) 22,600.00

Other Cattle (32) 3,200.00

Poultry (10600) 5,300.00

Gasoline Pumps and Tanks 5,375.00

Portable Mills 10,100.00

Road Building and Construction Machinery 7,000.00

Wood, Lumber, Logs etc. 72,800.00



Total Valuation before Exemptions

allowed $ 4,569,770.00



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War Service Exemptions


$57,050.00




Neat Stock Exem


iptions


10,000.00




Poultry Exempti(


ons
allowed


700.00




Total Exemptions <


$


67,750.00


Net Valuation on which Tax


Rate




is Computed






4,502,020.00


Tax Rote Si 00.00


— $3.32






Property Taxes






$149,467.06


Poll Taxes






838.00


Yield Taxes






1,088.00


National Bank Stock






18.00


Added Taxes






25.90


Poll Taxes






12.00


Interest






11.61




$151,460.57


Head taxes






2,565.00



APPROPRIATIONS

Town Officer's Salaries $ 3,800.00

Town Officer's Expenses 2,500.00

Election and Registration 800.00

Town Hall and Other Buildings 1,100.00

Social Security and Retirement 450.00

Police Dept. 1,000.00

Fire Dept and Forest Fires 2,385.00

Blist Rust 100.00

Insurance 300.00

Planning Board 100.00

Health 100.00

Dump 1,000.00
Town Maintenonce (Summer 4,500.00

(Winter 5,000.00) 9,500.00

Genera! Expenses Highway Dept. 1,500.00

Town Rood Aid 482.30

Library 1,000.00

Old Age Assistance 1,200.00

Cemeteries 200.00



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Advertising and Regional Association


199.00


New Equipment




5,000.00


Interest




300.00


Capital Reserve


1


500.00




; 33,516.30


Less: Estimated Revenues and Credits:




Interest and Dividend Tax


$ 1,107.04




Savings Bank Tax


136.31




Revenue from Yield Tax Sources 903.07




Permits and Filing Fees


50.00




Interest Received on Taxes


300.00




Dog Licenses


400.00




Motor Vehicle Permit Fees


8,500.00




National Bank Stock


15.00




Poll Taxes (419)


838.00




Payloader From Surplus


5,000.00




Total Revenues and Credits




$17,249.42


Net Town Appropriation




16,266.88


Net School Appropriation




225,325.37


County Tax




6,572.05


Plus Overlay


Tax


1,302.76


Amount to be Raised by Property




on which tax rate is figured


$149,467.06



Taxes To Be Committed To Collector

Property Taxes $149,467.06

Poll Taxes 838.00

Yield Taxes 1,088.00

National Bank Stock 18.00
Added Taxes:

Property Taxes 25.90

Poll Taxes 12.00

Interest 11.61

$151,460.57

Head Taxes $ 2,565.00



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TOWN OFFICERS' SALARIES

George A. Bennett, selectman, less F.I.C.A.

tax $ 481.85
John L. Randall, Jr. selectman, less F.I.C.A.

tax $ 481.85
Robert L. Keniston, selectman, less F.I.C.A.

tax $ 481.85
Florence F. Caldwell, treasurer, less F.I.C.A.

tax $ 481.85
Inez G. Bennett, tax collector, less F.I.C.A.

tax $ 481.85
Annie B. Piper, town clerk, less F.I.C.A.

tax $ 481.85
Annie B. Piper, Auto Permit Fees, less F.I.C.A.

tax 493.80

Alice Dudley, auditor 15.00

Philip M. Sanborn, auditor 15.00

$ 3,415.90

TOWN OFFICERS' EXPENSES

James Pickett, transfer cards $ 27.80

New England Telephone Co. 65.16

Wheeler and Clark 15.69

Edson C. Eastman, Co. 79.44

Tax Collector's Association, dues 3.00

Town Clerk's Association, dues 3.00

Robert L. Keniston, tax meeting dinners 10.80

Perkins and Prescott, bonds and insurance 172.00

Griffin Insurance 91.00

Arthur McDaniel, insurance 39.48

Newmarket Press 25.00

Strafford National Bank, deposit box 5.00
Florence F. Coldwell, postage, clerical work,

social security reports 52.55

Whilings Stationery Co., supplies 4.98

Foster's, Inc, ballots, town reports 377.25

Lloyd Stevens, fire meeting 3.50

N.H. State Treasurer, Mobile Homes Book 6.25



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Annie B. Piper, expenses 61.43

New England Survey, Inc. 300.00

Homestead Press, tax bills 32.72

Brown and Saltmarsh 3.32

Branham Publishing Co., auto guide 7.50

H.A.P. Jones, motercycle book 2.00

N. H. Assessors Association, dues 5.00

Police Department 200.00

Inez E. Bennett, postage, head tax, tax sales 1,035.99

N. H. Municipal Association, hand books 10.00
Thomas A. Brown, health officer, building

permits, expenses 129.15



$ 2,745.78

ELECTION AND REGISTRATION

Jeremiah Smith Grange, election dinners $ 35.00

Faye Keniston, supervisor 32.50

George J. Foster Co., ballots 9.50

Charles Piper, supervisor 27.00

Everett Sackett, moderator 20.00

Mary B. Carpenter, ballot clerk 12.00

Margaret Kennard, ballot clerk 12.00

Enna Keniston, ballot clerk 12.00

Bertha Mann, ballot clerk 12.00

Annie B. Piper, Town Clerk 5.00

$ 177.00

CEMETERIES

New mowing machine and labor $ 384.75

TOWN HALL AND OTHER BUILDINGS

Rockingham Gas Co., gas $ 599.78

Johnson Farm Supply, supplies 6.10

Maurice Hatch, janitor 300.00

Farm Bureau insurance 39.48

Public Service Co., electricity 107.57

$ 1,013.45



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POLICE DEPARTMENT

George Ayers, Jr. $ 157.82

Robert L. Keniston, Jr. 223.03

Frank Walden 24.08

Kenneth Gibb 24.08

Louis Lambert 24.08

New Hampshire State Treasurer, police radio 104.50

$ 557.59

HEALTH

Thomas A. Brown, officer $ 100.00

PLANNING BOARD

Portsmouth Herald $ 4.50

University of New Hampshire, printing 40.10



$ 44.60



FIRE PROTECTION



Lloyd Stevens, wardens meeting $ 8.00

Lee Fire Department, appropriation 2,185.00

Wadley's fire 457.73

Henry Holt, fire aid, Wadley's fire 72.70

Lloyd StGvens, training meeting 28.94

John Printy, fire aid, Wadley's fire 22.90

New Hampshire State Treasurer, equipment 17.12

Lloyd Stevens, wardens meeting 12.00

$ 2,804.39

VITAL STATISTICS

Annie B. Piper, town clerk $ 22.50

TOWN DUMP

Lloyd Stevens $ 932.33



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HIGHWAYS

SUMMER MAINTENANCE

Lloyd Stevens $ 4,859.74

WINTER MAINTENANCE
Lloyd Stevens $ 4,184.38

TOWN ROAD AID

New Hampshire State Treasurer $ 482.30

New Hampshire State Treasurer 4.97



OLD AGE ASSISTANCE



$ 487.27



DAMAGE BY DOGS

Dr. Ramaika, dog destroyed $ 5.25

Wheeler and Clark, dog tags 3.40

Louis Lambert, dog officer 50.00

David Myers, hens killed by dogs 28.00



86.65



Town's share, 25% payment for year $ 749.15

Town poor 185.40

$ 934.55

UNCLASSIFIED

Bond and Debt Retirement $ 4.04

GENERAL EXPENSES OF HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT

Johnson's Hardware $ 4.83

Steve's Garage, repairs 63.08

V. H. Cogswell, Inc., parts 26.52

R. C. Hazelton, spreader and parts 597.17



22



R. Keniston, welding 12.00

N.H. Fence Co., screens 54.50

Culverts and Parts 176.03

Perkins and Prescott, Grader insurance 69.00

Walker Electric Co., motor repairs 16.50

E. Kimball, welding 22.50

L. Stevens, gas, oil, parts 474.65



$ 1,516.78

MEMORIAL DAY
Dover (Veterans Council, Flags) $ 21.15

ADVERTISING AND REGIONAL ASSOCIATION
Seacoast Regional $ 199.00

TAXES BOUGHT BY TOWN
Taxes bought by town $ 6,553.31

REFUNDS
Refund on .Auto Tax $ 2.33

RETIREMENT AND SOCIAL SECURITY

New Hampshire State Treasurer

Social Security $ 377.81

STRAFFORD NATIONAL BANK
Temporary Loan and Interest $ 20,166.44

CAPITAL RESERVE
Lee Fire Department $ 500.00

COUNTY TAX
Strafford County Treasurer $ 6,572.05



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STATE TREASURER
Boat Reports $ 6.24

HEAD TAX
State of New Hampshire $ 2,579.50

OYSTER RIVER SCHOOL DISTRICT
School Appropriation $117,311.00

BLISTER RUST
V/illiam H. Messesk $ 100.00

CIVIL DEFENSE
N.H. State Treasurer $ $300.00

LEGAL FEES
Walter A. Calderwood, Atty. $ 251.50

NEW EQUIPMENT
B and R Equipment Rental (Payloader) $ 5,000.00

LIBRARY

Cash on hand January 1, 1965 $ 1,474.02

Appropriation 1965 1,000.00

Balance 903.42

$ 3,377.44



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SUMMARY OF PAYMENTS

Town Officers' Salaries $ 3,415.90

Town Officers' Expenses 2,745.78

Election and Registration 177.00

Town Hall and Other Buildings 1,013.45

Police 557.59

Fire Protection 2,804.39

Health 100.00

Vital Statistics 22.50

Town Dump 932.33

Summer Maintenance 4,859.74

Winter Maintenance 4,184.38

Damage by Dogs 86.65

Library 3,377.44

Old Age Assistance and Town Poor 934.55

Town Road Aid 487.27

Unclassified 4.04

Genera! Expense of Highway Department 1,516.78

Cemeteries 384.75

Memorial Day 21.15

Regional Associations 199.00

Taxes Bought by Town 6,553.31

Refunds 2.33

Retirement and Social Security 377.81

Strafford National Bank 20,166.44

Capital Reserve, Lee Fire Department 500.00

County Tax 6,572.05

Head Tax 2,579.50
School Tax 117,311.00

New Equipment 5,000.00

Planning Board 44.60

Boat Reports 6.24

Pine Blister Rust 100.00

Civil Defense 300.00

Legal Fees 251.50

$187,589.47



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TREASURER'S REPORT

Cash on hand January 1, 1965 $ 57,036.79

Received from Town Clerk:

Auto Tax, 1964 148.90

Auto Tax, 1965 9,798.21

Dog Licenses, 1964 2.27

Dog Licenses, 1965 428.71

Filing Fees 7.00

State Treasurer:

State Forestry 313.59

Interest and Dividend 1,107.04


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