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Remittances to Treasurer During Year:

Redemptions $

Interest & Costs After Sale

Abatements During Year

Deeded To Town During Year . . .
Unredeemed Taxes —

as of 12/31/84 52,126.07 20,471.54

Unremitted Cash

TOTAL CREDITS $ $93,682.47 $46,340.71



$38,466.50


$20,454.11


3,039.90


5,415.06


50.00




-0-


-0-



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$


378,287.49




26,318.03
12,794.91




152.50


$


417,552.93


$


18,917.94

9,985.99

43,913.54



FINANCIAL REPORT

for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1984
BALANCE SHEET
ASSETS
Cash:

All funds in custody of treasurer

In hands of officials

Revenue Sharing

Conservation Commission

Petty Cash (Town Clerk/Tax

Collector's Office)

TOTAL CASH
Capital Reserve Funds:

Solid Waste Disposal

Fire Equipment

Highway Dept. Equipment

TOTAL $ 72,817.47

Unredeemed Taxes: (for tax sale on
account of)

Levy of 1983 $ 90,642.57

Levy of 1982 40,925.65

TOTAL $ 131,568.22

Uncollected Taxes: (including all taxes)

Levy of 1983 $ 430.00

Levy of 1982 69.00

TOTAL $ 499.00

Total Assets $ 622,437.62

GRAND TOTAL $ 622,437.62

Fund Balance— June 30, 1983 $ 107,545.30

Fund Balance- June 30, 1984 143,478.43

Change in Financial Condition $ + 35,933.13

LIABILITIES
Accounts Owed by the Town:

Unexpended Revenue Sharing $ 26,318.03

Unexpended Highway Subsidy

Funds (additional) 10,451.61

Conservation Commission 12,794.91



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Other liabilities 2,743.79

1983 Property Taxes Collected

in Advance 353,833.38

TOTAL $ 406,171.42

Capital Reserve Funds:

Solid Waste Disposal $ 18,917.94

Fire Equipment 9,985.99

Highway Dept. Equipment 43,913.54

TOTAL $ 72,817.47

Total Liabilities $ 478,959.19

Fund Balance — Current Surplus +143,478.43

GRAND TOTAL $ 622,437.72

RECEIPTS

FROM LOCAL TAXES:

Property Taxes-Current Year-1983 $ 879,247.89

Property Taxes - Collected in Advance 350,229.74

Resident Taxes - Current Year-1983 8,920.00

Resident Taxes- Collected in Advance 3,680.00

National Bank Stock Taxes -

Current Year 25.00

Yield Taxes - Current Year- 1983 663.52

Resident Taxes- previous years 260.00

Land Use Change Tax 13,670.00

Interest Received on Delinquent Taxes 43,480.46

Penalties: Resident Taxes 178.00

Tax sales redeemed 144,856.88

TOTAL TAXES COLLECTED

& REMITTED $1,445,211.49

INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUES:

Highway Subsidy $ 29,253.19

Business Profits Tax 98,789.41

TRA Fund 28.08

Motor Vehicle fees 5,777.39

TOTAL

INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUES .... $ 133,848.07
LICENSES AND PERMITS:

Motor Vehicle Permit Fees $ 91,552.00

Dog Licenses 1,951.20



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Business Licenses, Permits &

Filing Fees 4,404.50

Dump permits and septic permits 263.00

TOTAL LICENSES & PERMITS $ 98,170.70

CHARGES FOR SERVICES

Income from Departments $ 2,369.70

Sale of gasoline 5,646.41

Special Duty 6,508.82

TOTAL CHARGE FOR SERVICES $ 14,524.93

MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES

Interest on Deposits $ 9,785.42

Sale of Town Property 1,000.00

Insurance Adjustments 480.00

TOTAL

MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES $ 11,265.42

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES

Withdrawal from Capital Reserve $ 65,000.00

Revenue Sharing Fund 7,229.78

Library Building Funds (gifts) 6,243.75

Income from Trust Funds

(cem. reimbursement) 3,600.46

TOTAL

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES $ 82,073.99

NON-REVENUE RECEIPTS

Yield Tax Security Deposits 4,121.75

Refunds 710.84

TOTAL

NON-REVENUE RECEIPTS $ 4,832.59

TOTAL RECEIPTS

FROM ALL SOURCES 1,789,927.19

Cash on Hand July 1, 1983 286,493.51

GRAND TOTAL $2,076,420.70

PAYMENTS
GENERAL GOVERNMENT:

Town Officer's Salaries $ 26,867.65

Town Officer's Expenses 28,167.29

Election & Registration expenses 5,946.57

General Government Buildings 9,413.42



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Reappraisal of Property 5,788.76

Planning and Zoning 6,900.16

Legal Expenses 7,443.72

Advertising and

Regional Association 1,954.32

Contingency Fund 1,500.00

TOTAL GENERAL

GOVERNMENTAL EXPENSES $ 93,981.89

PUBLIC SAFETY

Police Department 73,337.92

Fire Department 14,129.01

Building Inspection 1,657.00

Special Duty 5,437.21

TOTAL PUBLIC SAFETY

EXPENSES $ 94,561.14

HIGHWAYS, STREETS, BRIDGES

Town Maintenance 62,171.32

General Highway Department

Expenses 11,446.30

Highway Subsidy (additional) 7,515.75

TOTAL HIGHWAY & BRIDGES

EXPENSES $ 81,133.37

SANITATION

Solid Waste Disposal

Lamprey Regional

TOTAL SANITATION EXPENSES
HEALTH

Health Department

Hospitals & Ambulances

Animal Control

TOTAL HEALTH EXPENSES

WELFARE

General Assistance

Old Age Assistance

TOTAL WELFARE EXPENSES

CULTURE & RECREATION

Library

Parks and Recreation



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$


8,833.59




18,228.19


$


27,061.78


$


150.00




7,154.24




506.20


$


7,810.44


$


7,792.00




4,436.33


$


12,228.33


$


10,968.00




8,243.70



Patriotic Purposes 102.00

Conservation Commission 1,517.00

TOTAL CULTURE &

RECREATIONAL EXPENSES $ 20,830.70

CAPITAL OUTLAY

Fire Truck $ 79,516.00

Sander 4,856.00

Library Addition 16,243.75

Town Buildings Improvements 7,229.78

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY $ 107,845.53

OPERATING TRANSFERS OUT

Payments to Capital Reserve Funds $ 5,000.00

TOTAL OPERATING TRANSFERS

OUT $ 5,000.00

MISCELLANEOUS
FICA Retirement & Pension

Contributions 10,026.96

Insurance 14,288.44

Cemeteries 3,612.22

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS

EXPENSES $ 27,927.62

UNCLASSIFIED

Taxes bought by town $ 116,608.55

Discounts, Abatements and Refunds 7,187.32

Bulk gas 3,243.60

TOTAL UNCLASSIFIED

EXPENSES $ 127,039.47

PAYMENTS TO OTHER

GOVERNMENTAL DIVISIONS
Payment to State a/c

Dog License Fees 465.00

Taxes paid to County 120,248.00

Payment to School Districts 971,999.94

TOTAL PAYMENTS TO OTHER

GOVERNMENTAL DIVISIONS $1,092,712.94

TOTAL PAYMENTS

FOR ALL PURPOSES 1,698,133.21

Cash on hand June 30, 1984 378,287.49

GRAND TOTAL $2,076,420.70

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REVENUE SHARING REPORT

Fiscal Year July 1, 1983 thru June 30, 1984

Revenue Sharing Fund Balance July 1, 1983 . . . $17,653.85

Receipts: 1st quarter $2,236

2nd quarter 2,238

3rd quarter 4,925

4th quarter 4,925

14,324.00
Interest earned 1,340.18

TOTAL 33,318.03

Appropriations for 83-84 and 84-85 as per town meetings

Appropriation
or Available

Item Balance Expended Balance

Town Buildings (82/83) $1,192.74 $1,192.74 -0-

Town Buildings (83/84) 6,037.04 6,037.04 -0-

Police Cruiser (84/85) 10,424.07 -0- 10,424.07*

Fund balance June 30, 1 984 15,664.18

*Obligated by the 1984 Town Meeting to be expended in fiscal 1985

Amount available for appropriation by the 1985

Town Meeting for use in fiscal '86 $15,664.18



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1984 ANNUAL REPORT
LEE LIBRARY



From July 1, 1983 to June 30, 1984, 1,614 adults and 959 children
borrowed 8,457 books, 284 magazines, 7 records, and 13 patterns.
By patrons request, we borrowed 18 books through inter-library
loan. The library has framed prints that can be borrowed.

The library is affiliated with the New Hampshire State Library.
This means we can borrow from them most books requested by
you. If they do not have it, they will borrow from another library
for us. Most of our inter-library loans were from the Dover Public
Library this year. These were fiction or non-fiction for all ages in
different subjects. We can get books to help with assignments
from elementary school through college. From the N.H. State
Library we can borrow films and classical records.

1,976 books were purchased or received as gifts, both hard
cover or paper backs. We subscribe to five magazines and 10
subscriptions are donated. We thank everyone who donated books
or magazines. Please do not donate textbooks.

Three Story Hours were held in the summer. We would like to do
more but story-tellers are needed, any volunteers?

The N.H. Library Council Spring meeting and the N.H. Library
Trustees Association Fall Meetings were attended by trustees
and the librarian. The trustees held 23 meetings and Mrs. Mac-
Donald attended four meetings of RALI (cooperative book buy-
ing) and six Oyster River Librarians meetings.

This was the year a new room was added. The space was
needed and it didn't take long to fill it with non-fiction books. The
office and easy-reader section was moved to another room giving
needed space for adult fiction.

Due to population growth in town, we are anticipating an
increase in library hours to meet patron needs. It also will be
necessary to update reference materials in the Library and this
will be a goal for the upcoming fiscal year.



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Mrs. Jacqueline (Jackie) Steffen joined the Library staff as
Assistant Librarian. She has taken the first of the eight courses
needed in the PubHc Library Technique training.

March 1985 note: Bonnie Wilkinson is leaving as a trustee. She
has worked hard and put in a lot of hours while a trustee. Adding
a new room to the library may sound easy but it takes a lot of
meetings, phone calls, conferences, etc. Thanks for everything,
Bonnie.

Helen D. MacDonald
Librarian



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TOWN OF LEE LIBRARY
FUND DRIVE REPORT



April 1, 1983- June 30, 1984

Receipts:

"Friends of Lee Library" savings

account with interest

Donations and net proceeds of activities
Interest on Durham Trust savings account . .
Interest on Durham Trust

money market account



$ 290.36
8,630.44

44.77

249.02
$9214.59



Expenditures:

Postage and miscellaneous fund raising

expenses taken from "Friends of Lee

Library" savings account $ 243.24

Initial construction 6243.75

Exterior painting 488.58

Carpeting and tile 1080.38

Bathroom flooring 86.00

Miscellaneous 21.90

$8163.85

Balance 6/30/84 $1050.74



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1985
LEE TOWN WARRANT



Insert 1



TOWN OF LEE

TOWN WARRANT

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

To the inhabitants of the Town of Lee, County of Strafford,
State of New Hampshire, quaHfied to vote in Town Affairs:

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED TO MEET AT THE LEE
TOWN HALL ON TUESDAY, THE TWELFTH DAY OF
MARCH, 1985 TO ACT ON THE FOLLOWING SUBJECTS:

(Polls will be open from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m..)

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

2. To see if the Town will vote the changes in the Zoning
Ordinance pertaining to the expansion of the commercial zone as
proposed by the petition of Ivan Fogarty and at least twenty-five
(25) other registered voters and pertaining to definitions, sanitary
protection, shoreland conservation district, the recreational zone,
earth removal regulations, accessory use, signs, land require-
ments in the commercial zone and the net developable area for
cluster subdivisions and for condominium developments as pro-
posed by the Lee Planning Board.

(Articles 3 thru 22 will be acted upon at the Mastway School
on Wednesday, the thirteenth day of March, 1985 at 7:30 p.m.)

3. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate such
sums of money as may be necessary to defray the Town charges
for the ensuing fiscal year for general government, including
town officers' salaries, town officers' expenses, election and reg-
istration, town buildings expenses, employees' retirement and
social security, building inspector's salary and fees, civil defense,
police department, fire department, conservation commission,
insurance, planning and zoning, legal expenses, health officer's
salary, transfer station, town highway department, public
library, public welfare of town poor and old age assistance, Mem-
orial Day and Old Home Day, cemeteries and abandoned ceme-
teries, dog care, debt service for interest on temporary loans, bulk
gas, special duty. Lamprey Regional Solid Waste Cooperative,
Town reports, recreation, appraisal of property, and contingency
fund.



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4. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum
of five thousand dollars ($5,000) for repairs and improvements to
the town buildings and attendant grounds.

5. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum
of four thousand, five hundred dollars ($4,500) for the purchase of
a plow and wing for the highway department.

6. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum
of five thousand five hundred ($5,500) to be deposited with the
Trustees of the Trust Funds as capital reserve for highway
equipment.

7. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum
often thousand dollars ($10,000) to be deposited with the Trustees
of the Trust Funds as capital reserve for fire equipment.

8. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum
of one thousand, five hundred dollars ($1,500) for the Lee Con-
servation Commission.

9. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum
of five hundred dollars ($500) for the Strafford County
Community Action Program.

10. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum
of six hundred dollars ($600) for the Newmarket Health Center.

11. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum
of two thousand nine hundred fifty dollars ($2,950) for the Oyster
River Home Health Association.

12. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum
of four thousand, three hundred seventy dollars ($4,370) for the
Durham Ambulance Corps.

13. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum
of one thousand four hundred sixty-eight dollars ($1,468) for the
Strafford Regional Planning Commission.

14. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum
often thousand dollars ($10,000) for water resources monitoring
and protection and for aquifer mapping.

15. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of
Selectmen to act as Trustees or Agents of the Town to receive



Insert 4



from the Trustees of the Trust Funds, pursuant to RSA 35:3 and

15. the sum of three thousand dollars ($3,000) and to expend such
sums for the planning for an alternative septage site and for
planning for the landfill area of the recycling center; such expen-
ditures to be taken from the capital reserve fund established to
defray the costs of complying with state requirements banning
open dump burning pursuant to RSA 125:78.

16. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate and authorize the
withdrawal from the Revenue Sharing Fund established under
the provisions of the State and Local Assistance Act of 1972 for
use as setoffs against appropriations for the following specific
purposes and amounts indicated herewith or take any other
action thereon.

Appropriation Amount

Water Resources Protection and mapping $10,000.00

Transfer station operation 5,664.18

TOTAL $15,664.18

17. To see if the Town will vote to designate as a scenic road the
entire length of Birch Hill Road (from High Road to the Epping
town line) in accordance with the provisions of RSA 231:157 &
158. (By petition of Gus Zaso and at least ten other registered
voters.)

18. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen to
transfer tax liens and convey property acquired by the Town by
Tax Collector's deeds by public auction or advertised sealed bids
or in such other manner as determined by the Selectmen as justice
may require.

19. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen to
accept on behalf of the Town monies, gifts, legacies, and invest-
ments and services, and to accept any Federal or State funds
which may become available during fiscal 1985-86. Further, to
see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen to make
application for said funds and then to expend the same for
the purposes designated within applicable Federal or State
regulations.

20. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen to
sell surplus equipment valued at less than three hundred dollars



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($300) at private sale and to sell surplus equipment valued at
more than three hundred dollars ($300) at public auction or by
advertised sealed bids; if the property remains unsold, to sell the
remaining property through private sale.

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

22. To transact any other business which may legally come
before this meeting.

GIVEN UNDER OUR HANDS AND SEAL THIS
EIGHTEENTH DAY OF FEBRUARY IN THE YEAR OF
OUR LORD, NINETEEN HUNDRED EIGHTY-FIVE.

Shirley M. Clark
Wallace E. Dennis
Joseph P. Ford
Selectmen of Lee

A TRUE COPY OF WARRANT— ATTEST:

Shirley M. Clark
Wallace E. Dennis
Joseph P. Ford
Selectmen of Lee



Insert 6



1985
LEE TOWN BUDGET



Insert?



BUDGET OF THE TOWN OF LEE, N.H.

Appropriations and Estimates of Revenue

for the Ensuing Year

January 1, 1985 to December 31, 1985 or

for Fiscal Year From January 1, 1985 to June 30, 1986

PURPOSES OF APPROPRIATION



General Government

Town Officers Salary
Town Officers Expenses
Election and Registration

Expenses
Cemeteries
General Government

Buildings
Reappraisal of Property
Planning and Zoning
Legal Expenses
Advertising and

Regional Association
Contingency Fund

Public Safety

Police Department
Fire Department
Civil Defense
Building Inspection
Special duty
Dispatch

Highways, Streets & Bridges

Town Maintenance
General Highway

Department Expenses
Additional Highway

Subsidy

Sanitation

Sohd Waste Disposal
Lamprey Regional
Cooperative



Actual

Expenditures

(1983-84)


Appropriations

1984

(1984-85)


Appropriations

Ensuing Fiscal

Year

(1985-86)


$ 26,867.65
28,167.29


$ 27,100.00
30,050.00


$ 30,700.00
36,300.00


5,946.57
3,612.22


7,500.00
5,000.00


6,100.00
5,000.00


9,413.42
5,788.76
6,900.16
7,443.72


9,150.00

5,500.00

7,200.00

12,000.00


10,900.00
7,000.00
9,350.00

12,000.00


1,954.32
1,500.00


1,929.00
3,600.00


1,968.00
4,200.00


73,337.92

14,129.01

-0-


76,612.00

17,050.00

100.00


84,600.00

20,450.00

100.00


1,657.00
5,437.21


2,000.00

14,000.00

5,196.00


2,400.00

10,000.00

6,000.00


es

62,359.11


79,000.00


98,000.00


11,258.50


11,000.00


11,000.00


7,515.75






8,833.59


11,000.00


11,600.00


18,228.19


18,598.00


20,026.00



Inserts



Health








Health Department


150.00


200.00


200.00


Hospitals and Ambulances


7,154.24


7,583.00


7,920.00


Animal Control


506.20


1,500.00


1,500.00


Welfare

General Assistance


7,792.001


9,000.00


9,000.00


Old Age Assistance


4,436.33


6,000.00


6,000.00


Culture and Recreation








Library


10,968.00


12,935.00


14,913.00


Parks and Recreation


8,243.70


4,222.00


4,976.00


Patriotic Purposes


102.00


400.00


400.00


Conservation Commission


1,517.00


1,550.00


1,550.00


Debt Service








Interest Expense -Tax








Anticipation Notes


-0-


3,000.00


2,000.00


Capital Outlay








Jaws of Life




4,000.00




Sander (84); Plow & wing








(86); Police cruiser


4,856.00


10,500.00


4,500.00


Library addition (84);








PoHce radios (85)


16,243.75


3,600.00




Fire Truck/Equipment


79,516.00






Water Resources and








Septage planning






13,000.00


Operating Transfers Out








Highway Equipment


5,000.00


10,000.00


5,500.00


Fire Equipment




10,000.00


10,000.00


Miscellaneous








FICA, Retirement &








Pension Contributions


10,026.96


13,500.00


14,700.00


Insurance


14,288.44


20,700.00


21,000


Bulk gas


3,243.60


7,500.00


6,000.00


Town Bldgs.








Improvements


7,229.78


5,000.00


5,000.00


TOTAL








APPROPRIATIONS $481,624.40


$474,775.00


$515,853.00


Less: Amount of Estimated Revenues,






Exclusive of Taxes (Line 134)






$363,049.00


Amount of Taxes to be Raised
(Exclusive of School and Cou:


Qty Taxes)




$152,804.00



Inserts



Sources of Revenue







Estimated






Actual


Revenue


Estimated




Revenue


1984


Revenue




1983-84


(1984-85)


1985-86


Taxes








Resident Taxes


$ 12,850.00


$ 15,500.00


$ 16,000.00


Yield Taxes


4,094.00


2,000.00


2,500.00


Interest and Penalties








on Taxes


43,480.00


30,700.00


35,000.00


Land use change tax


13,670.00


3,000.00


5,000.00


Intergovernmental Revenues — State






Shared Revenue








- Block Grant


35,208.00


20,364.00


20,364.00


Highway Block Grant


35,059.00


29,498.00


32,621.00


Licenses and Permits








Motor Vehicle Permit Fees


91,579.00


85,000.00


100,000.00


Dog Licenses


1,951.00


1,700.00


1,900.00


Business Licenses,








Permits and Filing Fees


5,180.00


4,500.00


5,000.00


Charges for Services








Income from Departments


1,857.00


2,500.00


2,500.00


Bulk gas


5,646.00


7,500.00


6,000.00


Special duty


6,509.00


14,000.00


10,000.00


Miscellaneous Revenues








Interest on Deposits


9,785.00


20,000.00


20,000.00


Sale of Town Property


1,000.00


500.00




Income from trust funds


3,600.00


3,000.00


2,500.00


Other Financing Sources








Withdrawal from








Capital Reserve


65,000.00




3,000.00


Revenue Sharing Fund


6,037.00


10,424.00


15,664.00


Fund Balance


85,000.00


120,000.00


85,000.00


TOTAL REVENUES ~


$427,505.00


$370,236.00


$363,049.00


AND CREDITS









Insert 10



ARTICLE II

PROPOSED

ZONING AMENDMENTS



Insert 11



ARTICLE II
Text of the Proposed Zoning Amendments

Explanation and Recommendations by the Planning Board:

1. Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment #1 as pro-
posed by resident petition of Ivan Fogarty and at Least Twenty-
five other registered voters to the Lee Zoning Ordinance as
follows:

Amending Article I such that Zone C, The Commercial Zone,
would be extended to encompass the area on Route 125 running
south of Route 4 to the Lee/Epping Town Line and extending
seven hundred (700) feet to the east and west of the Route 125
right-of-way?

This amendment was submitted to the Planning Board by a
petition of at least twenty-five registered voters. The Planning
Board unanimously voted not to recommend this amendment for
several reasons. Although the board recognizes the need for
expanded commercial or light industrial zoning in Lee, they feel
this proposal is premature in that the aquifer studies, currently
underway, and the proposed East- West Interstate Plans have not
been taken into consideration. The amendment as proposed,
makes no provisions for planned commercial development, set-
backs or other buffers which would protect the rural integrity of
Route 125. Board members feel that the proposed zone would
extend too far south, thus encouraging strip commercial devel-
opment of currently agricultural areas.

2-5. Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendments #2 through
5 as proposed by the Lee Planning Board for the Lee Zoning
Ordinance as follows:

Amending Article II by the deletion of the current definitions and
substituting the following:

Accessory Building. Any building attache dor unattached to the
main residential building in which a permitted accessory use
may exist.

Accessory Use. A use which is clearly incidental to the principal


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