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ANNUAL REPORTS



OF THE






44



TOWN OF LEE

NEW HAMPSHIRE



Year Ending December 31, 1966



The oxen on the cover, owned and driven by Mr.
George Bennett, were the lost team of "working" oxen
In the Town. Mr. Lloyd Saulnier is at the plow.




/■***•■ -^w,^



MRS. FLORENCE CALDWELL

We dedicate this Town Report to Florence Caldwell
who has served as Treasurer of the Town from March 1932
to March 1967.

Mrs. Caldwell has also served the Community as
School Board member, 17 years. Library Trustee, 27 years
and as Trustee of the Trust Funds, 6 years.



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, 1966



GEORGE J. FOSTER & Co.

Dover, N.H.

1967



TOWN OFFICERS



Moderator
EVERETT B. SACKETT

Selectmen
JOHN L. RANDALL, JR., 1967

ROBERT L. KINISTON, 1968

GEORGE A. BENNETT, 1969

Treasurer
FLORENCE F. CALDWELL

Collector of Taxes
INEZ E. BENNETT

Town Clerk
ETHEL H. HINDS



HAZEL WALDEN



Supervisors
FAYE KENISTON



ELAINE LIBBY



Trustees of Trust Funds
FLORENCE F. CALDWELL, 1967

SAMUEL F. TAYLOR, 1968

IDA RANDALL, 1969

Library Trustees
JEAN CARLSON, 1967

FAYE FENISTON, 1968

LOUISE WENANT, 1969

Highway Agent
LLOYD F. STEVENS

Librarian
ELIZABETH GEORGE



Auditors
ALICE DUDLEY PHILIP M. SANBORN

Health
THOMAS A. BROWN

Police

ROBERT L. KENISTON, JR.

FRANCIS WALDEN

Fire Warden

LLOYD STEVENS

Tel. 659-3447, Newmarket, N.H.

Deputy Wardens

OILMAN MENTER

Tel. 659-3859, Newmarket, N.H.

OLIVER KENNARD
Tel. 659-3465, Newmarket, N.H.

R. CARL SANDERS
Tel. 659-3621, Newmarket, N.H.

CHARLES BRADY
Tel. 659-3776, Newmarket, N.H.

AAAURICE HATCH
Tel. 659-3858, Durham, N.H.

Fire Chief

LLOYD STEVENS

Tel. 659-3447, Newmarket, N.H.

Buildino Inspector
THOMAS" A, BROWN



Planning Board
SHIRLEY CLARK ALICE DUDLEY

THEODORE KELSEY CHARLES BRADY



Selectman
ROBERT L. KENISTON



Board of Adjustment
LAURENCE HILL EVERETT SACKETT

ROGER GIBB WALLACE DENNIS

GEORGE GOODRIDGE



Civil Defense
CHESLEY DURGIN



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 Affairs:

(LS.)

You are hereby notified to meet at the Town Hall in
said Lee on Tuesday, the fourteenth day of March, next
at ten of the clock in the forenoon, to act upon the follow-
ing subjects:

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

2. To raise such sums of money as may be necessary
to defray town charges for the ensuing year and make ap-
propriations of the same.

ArHcles 2 through 23 on appropriations will be taken
up at the Mast Way School on Wednesday, the fifteenth
day of March at eight o'clock in the evening.

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

4. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of five hundred dollars ($500.00) for old
age assistance and Town relief,

5. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sume of five hundred forty dollars and sixty six
cents ($540.66) 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 hundred four dol-
lars and thirty nine cents ($3,604.39).

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



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

8. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate 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.

9. To see what sum of money the Town will vote to
raise and appropriate for tlie purchase and maintenance
of a Police cruiser.

10. To see v/hat sum of money the Town will vote
to raise and appropriate to build an addition to the Town
Hall.

11. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of two thousand five hundred dollars
($2,500.00) to be used on the Snell Road.

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

13. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sume of one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) for a
nev/ snowplow,

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

15. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of approximately eight thousand nine
hundred dollars ($8,900.00) to defray the cost of its share
of the Strafford County Government.



16. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of two hundred dollars ($200.00) to mow
cemefery lots not having perpetual care.

17. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of one hundred fifty dollars ($150.00) for
the control of Pine Blister Rust.

18. To see if the Town will vote to establish a Town
Conservation Commission as set forth in R.S.A. 36-A.

19. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of one hundred dollars ($100.00) toward
the support of the proposed Oyster River Health Agency.

20. (On petition of Mamie Marty and nine other reg-
istered voters) to see if the Town of Lee will surface with
black top the road known as Allen's Avenue between
Wednesday Hill Road and the Mast Way School.

21. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Select-
men to sell property acquired from tax sales.

22. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Select-
men to hire money in anticipation of taxes.

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

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

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

Selectmen of Lee

A true copy of Warrant — Attest:

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

Selectmen of Lee



BUDGET OF THE TOWN OF



ESTIMATES OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURES FOR THE ENSUING YEAR
JANUARY 1, 1967 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967. COMPARED WITH ESTIMATED



SOURCES OF REVENUE



Estimated Actual Estimated

Revenue Revenue Revenue

Previous Previous Ensuing

Year Year Year

1966 1966 1967



FROM STATE:

Interest and Dividends Tax

S-iving? B"'nl< Tax
FROM LOCAL SOURCES EXCEPT TAXES:

Dog licenses

Business Licenses, Permits and Filing Fees

Interest Received on Taxes and Deposits

Motor Vehicle Permit Fees

Sale of Town Property: Culvert

Withdrav/als from Capital Reserve Funds
CASH SURPLUS
FROM LOCAL TAXES OTHER THAN

PROPERTY TAXES:

(a) Pell Taxes — Regular at $2
fb) National Bank Stock Taxes
(c) Yield T^xes
TOTAL REVENUES FROM ALL SOURCES

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



1,200.00


$ 1,077.06 $


1,000.00


140.00


129.22


125.00


400.00


546.80


500.C0


50.00


161.25


150.00


700.00


752.54


700.00


9,000.00


11,429.07

74.91

4,720.63

26,370.15


11,500.00



550.00 658.00 650.00

18.00 18.00 18. CO

1,000.00 2,793.54 1,500.00

S13,058.00 $47,437.63 $16,143.00

80,877.66

$47,020.66



LEE, NEW HAMPSHIRE



AND ACTUAL REVENUE, APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF
THE PEVIOUS YEAR JANUARY 1, 1966 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966

Appropria- Actuial Estimated
tions Expenditures Expenditures
PURPOSES OF EXPENDITURES Previous Previous Ensuing

Year Year Year

1966 1966 1967

GENERAL GOVERNMENT:

Town Officer's Salaries

Town Officer's Expenses

Election and Registration Expenses

Municipal and District Court Expenses

Exoenscs Town Hail and Other Town BIdgs.

Employees' Retirement and Social Security

Discounts and Abatement Refunds
PROTECTION OF PERSONS AND PROPERTY:

Police Department

Fire Department

Moth Exterm. — Blister Rust and Care of Trees

Insurance
""Planning and Zoning

Damage by Dogs
HEALTH:

Civil Defense

Health Department, Including Hospitals

Vila! Statistics

Town Dump and Garbage Removal
HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES:

Town Maintenance — Summer

Town M.iintenance —

General Expenses of Highway Department

Town Road Aid
LIBRARIES:
PUBLIC WELFARE:

Town Poor

Old Age Assistance
PAYMENTS ON PRINCIPAL OF DEBT:

Memorial Day and Veterans' Associations
RECREATION: Bi-Centennial
PUBLIC SERVICE ENTERPRISES:

Cemeteries

Town Reports
'-Advertising and Regional Associations
INTEREST:

On Temporary Loans

Town Construction: W:ednesday Hill Rd.
Water Works Construction: Water Reservoir
New Lands and Buildings
PAYMENTS ON PRINCIPAL OF DEBT:

(a) Taxes Bought By Town

(b) Head Taxes

(c) Payment to Capital Reserve Funds

(d) Bond and Debt Retirement
COUNTY TAXES
SCHOOL TAXES
TOTAL EXPENDITURES $51,499.35 $237,762.75 $47,020.66



3,800.00 $


3,596.10 $


3,800.00


2,500.00


869.85


1,500.00


500.00


699.00


300.00
500.00


1,200.00


1,281.53


1,500.00


450.00


51409
1,576.37


650.00


1,200.00


1,487.75


2,500.00


10,900.00


10,414.02


2,200.00


100.00


100.00


150.00


300.00


403.78


400.00


100.00


276.00
432.68


300.00


300.00






200.00


95.80

30.00


100.00


1,000.00


960.00


1,000.00


4,500.00


5,059.07


5,000.00


6,000.00


5,549.83


6,000.00


1,500.00


1,301.14


1,500.C0


544.35


544.35


540.66


500.00


2,403.42


850.00


300.00






1,200.00


1,124.74


500.00


25.00






2j0oaoo


3,318.07




200.00


192.95
365.00


200.00


230.00


230.00


230.00


250.00


401.04
25,000.00


400.00


2,500.00


2,114.00


2,500.00


1,200.00


1,174.05

5,268.99
2,502.00


5,000.00


500.00


478.69


500.00


7,500.00


8 023.10
149,966.34


8,900.00



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FINANCIAL REPORT

Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1966
ASSETS



Cash:








!n hands of treasurer




$ 66,491.11


Unredeemed taxes:








Levy of 1965






5,268.99


Levy of 1964






1,636.05


Uncollected Taxes:








Levy of 1966






32,661.17


Levy of 1965






419.83


Levy of 1964






68.00


State Head Taxes —


-Levy of


1966


695.00


State Head Taxes —


Previous


Years


60.00


Total Asset


$107,300.15




LIABILITIES





Accounts Owed by the Town:

Insurance $ 175.00

Civil Defense 300.00

Town Poor 400.00

Due to State:

State Head Taxes — 1966

(Uncollected $695.00) 695.00

Due to School Districts:

Balance of School Tax 79,360.00



Current Revenue:
From Local Taxes:



Total Liabilities $ 80,930.00

Excess of assets over liabilities (Surplus)) 26,370.15



Grand Total $107,300.15

RECEIPTS



n



Property Taxes — Current Year —

1^65 $146,656.08

Poll Taxes — Current Year — 1966 658.00

National Bank Stock Taxes — 1966 18.00

Yield Taxes — 1966 2,793.54

State Head Taxes @ $5 — 1966 1,985.00



Total Current Year's Taxes collected

and remitted $152,110.62

Property Taxes and Yield Taxes —

Previous Years 31,045.20

Pol! Taxes — Previous Year 222.00

State Head Taxes & $5 — Previous Years 645.00

Interest received on Taxes 752.54

Penalties on State Head Taxes 76.00

Tax sales redeemed 5,540.02

From State:

Interest and dividends tax 1,077.06

Savings Bank Tax and Building

and Loan Association Tax 129.22

Fighting forest fires 15.56

Reimbursement State Head Tax 12.08

From Local Sources, Except Taxes:

Dog Licenses 546.80

Business licenses, premits and

filing fees 161.25

Rent of town property 42.00

Motor vehicle permits

1965 231.44

1966 11,197.63



11,429.07

Total Current Revenue Receipts $203,804.42

Receipts Other than Current Revenue:
Temporary loans in anticipation

of taxes during year $ 25,000.00

Refunds 2,591.90

Tel. Commission 70.20



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Withdrawals from Capital Re-
serve Funds 4,720.63
Sale of town property, culvert 74.91
Bicentennial 1,832.35



Total Receipts Other than Current Re /enue $238,094.41



Total Receipts from All Sources 238,094.41

Cash on hand January 1, 1966 66,159.45



Grand Total $304,253.86

PAYMENTS

Current Maintenance Expenses:
General Government:

Town officer's salaries $ 3,596.10

Town officer's expenses 869.85

Election and registration expenses 699.00

Expenses, town hall and other town

buildings 1,281.53

Protection of Persons and Property:

Police department 1,487.75

Fire department, including forest

fires 10,414.02

Moth extermination — Blister Rust

and Care of Trees 100.00

Planning and Zoning 276.00

Damage by dogs 432.68

Insurance 403.78

Health:

Health department, including

hospitals 95.80

Vital statistics 30.00

Town dumps and garbage removal 960.00
Highwoys and Bridges:

Town Road Aid 544.35

Town Maintenance

(Summer — $5,059.97)
(Winter~$5,549.83) 10,608.90



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General Expenses of Highway

Department 1,301.14

Libraries:

Libraries 2,403.42

Public Welfare:

Old age assistance 1,124.74

Patriotic Purposes:

Bicentennial 3,318.07

Public Service Enterprises:

Cemeteries, including hearse hire 192.95

Unclasstied:

Tov/n Reports 365.00

Advertising and Regional Associations 230.00
Taxes bought by town 5,268.99

Discounts, Abatements and Refunds 1,576.37



Employees' Retirement and

Social Security 514.09

Total Current Maintenance Expenses $ 47,580.44
Interest:

Paid on temporary loans In

anticipation of taxes $ 401.04



Total Interest Payments $ 401.04

Outlay for New Construction, Equipment
and Permanent Improvements:
Highv/ays and Bridges —
Town construction

(Wednesday Hill Road) $ 2,114.00

Water V^orks Construction

(Water Reservoir) 1,174.05



Total Outlay Payments $ 3,288.05

Indebtedness:

Payments on temporary loans in

anticipation of taxes $ 25,000.00



Total Indebtedness Payments $ 25,000.00

Payments to Other Governmental Divisions:



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State Head Taxes paid

State Treasurer $ 2,502.00

Payment to State a c Yield Tax

Debt Retirement 478.19

Taxes paid to County 8,023.10

Report of Boats 9.50

Payments to School District

(1965 Tax $64,911.97)

(1966 Tax $85,054.38) 149,966.34



Total Payments to Other

Governmental Divisions $160,979.13



Total Payments for all Purposes $237,762.75

Cash on hand December 31, 1966 66,491.11



Grand Total $304,253.86



CERTIFICATE

This is to certify that the information contained in this
report was token from official records and is complete to
the best of our knowledge and belief.



Date February 1 1, 1967



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

FLORENCE F. CALDWELL



Selectmen
Treasurer



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SCHEDULE OF TOWN PROPERTY

Town Hall, Lands and Building $ 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 16,000.00

Highway Department, Lands and Buildings 3,500.00

Equipment 7,000.00

Materials and Supplies 500.00
All Lands and Buildings acquired through

Tax Collector's deeds 2,000.00



Total $ 54,700.00



SELECTMEN'S REPORT

Land and Building $4,248,406.00

Public Utilties 208,260.00

House Trailers, Mobile Homes (100) 192,560.00

Stock in Trade of Merchants 33,880.00

Boats and Launches (25) 10,515.00

Cows (269) 26,900.00

Other Cattle (11) 1,000.00

Poultry (23,000) 11,500.00

Gasoline Pumps and Tanks 5,200.00

Road Building AAachinery 8,300.00

Wood and Lumber 80,475.00

Portable Mills 10,250.00



Total Valuation before Exemptions

allowed $4,837,246.00



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War Service Exemptions $'.


70,750.00




Neat Stock Exemptions


9,200.00




Total Exemptions allowed


$


79,950.00


Net Valuation on which Tax Rate






is Computed


$4,757,296.00


Tax Rate $100.00 — $3.74






Property Taxes




$178,243.00


Poll Taxes




872.00


National Bank Stock Tax




18.00


Total Warrant


$179,133.00


Yield Taxes




$ 2,793.54


Added Taxes






Property Taxes




1,022.89


Poll Tax




38.00


Interest Collected




16.09


Total


$183,003.52



APPROPRIATIONS

Town Officer's Salaries $ 3,800.00

Town Officer's Expenses 2,500.00

Election and Registration 500.00

Town Hall and other Building 1,200.00

Social Security and Retirement 450.00

Police Dept. 1,200.00

Fire Dept. (1700) Forest Fire (200) 1,900.00

Pine Blist Rust 100.00

Insurance 300.00

Planning and Zoning 100.00

Health 200.00

Care of Dump 1,000.00

Town maintenance — Summer 4,500.00

— Winter 6,000.00

General Expenses Highway 1,500.00

Town Road Aid 544.35

Libraries 500.00



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Old Age Assistance 1,200.00

Memorial Day 25.00

Bicentennial 2,000.00

Cemeteries 200.00

Advertising and Regional Association 230.00

New Construction Wednesday Hill Road 2,500.00

Water Hole Rte 125 1,200.00

New Equipment (Fire Truck) 4,300.00

Interes* 250.00



Total $ 38,899.35
Less Estimated Revenues and Credits:

Interest and Dividend Tax $ 1,077.06

Savings Bank Tax 129.22

Revenue from Yield Tax Sourses 2,327.95

Interest Received on Taxes and Deposits 700.00

Business Licenses, Permits and Filing Fees 50.00

Dog Licenses 400.00

Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 9,000.00

National Bank Stock Taxes 18.00

Poll Taxes (436) 872.00



Total Revenues and Credits $ 14,574.23

Net Tov/n Appropriation 24,325.12

Net School Appropriation 144,271.97

County Tax Asses. 8,023.10



Total Town, School and County $177,922.87

TAXES TO BE COMMITTED TO COLLECTOR

Property Taxes ($1 77,922.87 plus 31 0.1 3

added tax) $178,243.00

Poll Taxes 872.00

Yield Taxes 2,793.54

National Bank Stock Tax 18.00
Added Taxes:

Property Taxes 1,022.89

Poll Taxes 38.00



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Interest Collected 16.09

$183,003.52
Head Taxes $ 2,630.00

Added Tax 95.00



$ 2,725.00



TOWN OFFICES SALARIES



John L. Randal! Jr., selectman, less F.i.C.A.

tax $ 479.00

Robert L. Keniston, selectman, less F.I.C.A.

tax 479.00
George A. Bennett, selectman, less F.I.C.A.

tax 479.00
Florence F. Caldwell, treasurer, less F.I.C.A.

tax 479.00
Inez E. Bennett, tax collector, less F.I.C.A.

tax 479.00

Inez E. Bennett 3% Head Tax collecting 75.58
Annie B, Piper, auto permits fees, less F.I.C.A.

tax 136.52

Ethel H. Hinds, town clerk, less F.I.C.A. tax 479.00
Ethel H. Hinds, auto permits fees, less F.I.C.A.

tax 365.87

Thomas Brown, bulding inspector 64.13

Louis Lambert, dog officer 50.00

Alice Dudley, auditor 15.00

Philip Sanborn, auditor 15.00

Total $ 3,596.10

TOWN OFFICE EXPENSES

James F. Pickett $ 42.40

New England Telephone Co. 73,73
New Hampshire Municipal Assoc.

Dues and 5 copies of Hand Book 47.97

Edson C. Eastman Co., office supplies 86.27



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State Treasurer, Mobile Book 6.25

Robert L. Keniston, tax meeting four dinners 5.70

Genevia Laugher, town clerk's dues 3.00

Perkins & Prescott, bonds town offices 155.00

Annie B. Piper, expenses 1.91

George A. Bennett, postage inventories 8.64

Marion IE. Guyer, tax collector dues 3.00

Homestead Press, tax bills 35.35

Inez E. Bennett, postage stamps 20.00

Newmarket Press, printing 9.50

Ethel H. Hinds, expenses 30.00

Merle Doane, frame and glass 8.30

Inez E. Bennett, tax collector's meeting 91.07

Louis Lambert, dog office expenses 29.70

N.H. Assssors Association, dues 5.00

Thomas Brown, expense 30.00
Florence Caldwell, postage,

social security reports 65.55

Inez E. Bennett, 3% head tax collecting 55.76

University of New Hampshire, aerial photos 18.75
Nea! Printing and Binding Co.,

building permits 37.00

Tora! $ 869.85

ELECTION AND REGISTRATION

Jeremiah Smith Grange, election dinners $ 140.00

Faye Keniston, supervisor 70.00

Charles Piper, supervisor 94.00

Elaine Libby, supervisor 84.00

Everett Sackett, moderator 60.00

Margaret Kennard 51.00

Buna Keniston 51.00

Bertha Mann 51.00

Jean Myers 51.00

Whitehouse Printing Co., checklist 40.00

Geo. J. Foster Co., ballots 7.00

Total $ 699^00



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CEMETERIES



Charles Hobbs, labor mowing $ 65.00

Johnson Farm, supply lawnmower 49.95

Guy Mann, truck for cemetery 10.00

George A. Bennett, labor mowing 25.00

John Gund, labor mowing 15.00

John L. Randall, Jr., labor mowing 28.00



Total $ 192.95

TOWN HALL AND OTHER BUILDINGS

Rockingham Gas Co. gas $ 585.82

Public Service Co. 77.62

Merrimack Farmers Ex. 35.67

John L. Randall, III, Painting selectman office 117.40

Hoitt & Wentworth, floor sealed 6.25

Robert Keniston, office supplies 62.88
Maurice Hatch, office supply (1.97)

janitor ($150.00) 151.97

Radford Palmer, painting shed roof 22.00

John Stevens, painting ceiling, town hall 80.00
Robert Keniston, wiring for Bicentennial,

painting shed roof and stairs 84.22

Johnson Farm Supply 52.70

New Hampshire Elec. Corp., meter at ball park 5.00



Total $ 1,281.53

POLICE DEPARTMENT

Robert L. Keniston, Jr., police, less FICA tax $ 472.90

George Ayers, police, less FICA tax 247.90

Frank V\/a!den, police, less FICA tax 183.80

Louis Lambert, police, less FICA tax 126.91

A. M. Tibbetts, base and whip for radio 362.06

Charles H. Clougherty, police supplies 83.08

State Treasurer, radio supplies 11.10

Tote! $ 1,487.75



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HEALTH
Thomas Brown, health officer $ 95.80

PLANNING BOARD

Geo. J. Foster Co., notice in paper $ 88.00

Marion Fogg, mimeographing proposed zoning 69.00

Geo. J. Foster Co., printing 119.00

Total $ 276.00

FIRE PROTECTION

Lloyd Stevens, wardens meeting $ 19.92

Lee Fire Department, appropriation 1,700.00

Mac Mu'kins Chevrolet Co., new truck chassis 3,665.00

Lloyd Stevens, fire, Lee Hook 29.10

Edward Moody, fire truck tank 4,227.00
Charles H. Clougherty Co.

300 ft. 21/2" hose, 500 ft. 1 Va" hose 773.00

Total $ 10,414.02

VITAL STATISTICS
Ethel H. Hinds $ 30.00

CARE TOWN DUMP
Lloyd Stevens $ 960.00

HIGHWAYS

' Summer Maintenance

Lloyd Stevens $ 5,059.07

Winter
Lloyd Stevens $ 5,549.83

TOWN ROAD AID
New Hampshire State Treasurer $ 544.35



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DAMAGE BY DOGS



Ethel H. Hinds, Fees $ 54.79

Wheeler & Clark, dog tags and license book 22.39



Total $ 77.18

OLD AGE ASSISTANCE
Town share 25% payment for year $ 1,124.74



UNCLASSIFIED






Yield Tax Debt Retirement






State Treasurer


$


478.19


Report of boats




9.50



Tofai $ 487.69

GENERAL EXPENSES OF HIGHWAY DEPT.

Lloyd Stevens, gas and oil $ 313.33

Fields Mach. Co., Grader parts 43.77

Johnson Farm Supply, drain pipe and bolts 65.06

Steve's Garage, repairs 94.94

Fernald Garage, repairs 546.25

J. F. Brown, supplies 43.22

R. H. Hazelton, cutting edge, supplies and parts 123.63

Central Petroleum, oil 27.44

Ocean Forest Prod. Co., sweeper blades 43.50



Total $ 1,301.14

ADVERTISING AND REGIONAL ASSOCIATION
Seacoast Regional $ 230.00

TAXES BOUGHT BY TOWN
Taxes bought by town $ 5,268.99



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REFUNDS








Refund on Auto Tax






Richard Ingersoll




$


41.14


Robert H. Forste






6.37


Jerome E. Canney






5.15



$ 52.66

RETIREMENT AND SOCIAL SECURITY
New Hampshire State Treasurer $ 514.09

STRAFFORD NATIONAL BANK
Temporary Loan and Interest $ 25,401.04

COUNTY TAX
Strafford County Treasurer $ 8,023.10

HEAD TAX
State of New Hampshire $ 2,502.00

OYSTER RIVER SCHOOL DISTRICT
ochool Appropriation $149,966.34

BLISTER RUST

State Treasurer $ 100.00

LEGAL FEES
Walter A. Calderwood $ 355.50

NEW EQUIPMENT
Fire Truck $ 7,892.00

Fire Hose 773.00



Total $ 8,665.00

LIBRARY

Cash on Hand January 1, 1966 $ 1,903.42

Appropriation 500.00

Total $ 2,403.42



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SUMMARY OF PAYMENTS

Town Office Salaries $ 3,596.10

Town Office Expenses 869.85

Election and Registration 699.00

Town Hail and Other Buildings 1,281.53

Police 1,437.75

Fire Proteclion 1,700.00

Health 95.80

Vital Statistics 30.00

Tov/n Dump 960.00

Summer Maintenance 5,059.07

Winter Maintenance 5,549.83

General Expense of Highway Department 1,301.14

Town Road Aid 544.35
Unclassified, report of boats and bond

and debl retirement 487.69

Cemeteries 192.95

Regional Associations 230.00

Taxes Bought by Town 5,268.99

Refunds 1,576.37

Retirement and Social Security 514.09


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