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ANNUAL REPORTS FOR THE

TOWN OF LEE, N. H

For The Year Ending December 31, 19'




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, 1955



GEORGE J. FOSTER & Co.
Dover. N. H.

1956



N



TOWN OFFICERS



Moderator
EVERETT B. SACKETT

Selectmen
ROBERT L. KENISTON, 1956

R. CARL SANDERS, 19'57

GEORGE A. BENNETT, 1958

Treasurer
FLORENCE F. CALDWELL

Collector of Taxes
INEZ E. BENNETT

Town Clerk
ANNIE B. PIPER

Supervisors
JOHN W. CONLON

HERMAN RANDALL

GEORGE B. HILL

Trustees of Trust Funds
GEORGE A. BENNETT, 1956

WALTER W. PLUMMER, 1957

FRANK I. CALDWELL, 1958

Library Trustees
ETHEL D. THOMPSON, 1956

FLORENCE F. CALDWELL, 1957

MARGARET V. ANGELL, 1958

Highway Agent
HERMAN B. KENISTON



Librarian
ELIZABETH GEORGE

Health
GILMAN MENTER

Police
GILMAN MENTER

Dog Constable
GILMAN MENTER

Fire Warden

GEORGE A. BENNETT

Tel. Oldfield 9-3884, Newmarket, N. H.

Deputy Wardens

LLOYD STEVENS

Tel. Oldfield 9-3827, Newmarket, N. H.

ROBERT L. KENISTON
Tel. Oldfield 9-3806, Newmarket, N. H.

R. CARL SANDERS
Tel. Oldfield 9-3802, Newmarket, N. H.

FRANK I. CALDWELL
Tel. 1654-13, Dover, N. H.

AARON W. CHADBOURNE, Jr.

Tel. Oldfield 9-3479, Newmarket, N. H.

Fire Chief

LLOYD STEVENS
Tel. Oldfield 9-3827, Newmarket, N. H.



TOWN WARRANT

THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

To the Inhabitants of the Toion of Lee, in the County
of Strafford in said State, qualified to vote in Toion
Affairs: (L.S.)

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

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

2. To raise such sums of money as may be neces-
sary to defray town charges for the ensuing year and
make appropriations of the same.

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 two hundred dollars ($200.00) for
fire protection.

5. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of one thousand one hundred dollars
($1100.00) for Old Age Assistance and Relief.

6. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of two thousand dollars ($2000.00) for
Lee Hook Road. The state to contribute five thousand
dollars ($5000.00).

7. To scee if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of four hundred fifty-four dollars and
twenty-nine cents ($454.29) for the construction of
Class V highways under the provisions of the T. R. A.,



so called. The State will contribute the sum of three
thousand twenty-eight dollars and fifty-nine cents
($3,028.59).

8. To raise and appropriate the sum of two thou-
sand dollars ($2000.00) for the Cartland Road Bridge.

9. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of five hundred dollars ($500.00) for a
sand spreader.

10. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of six hundred dollars ($600.00) to
remodel tool shed.

11. To see what sum of money the Town will vote
to pay the fire chief and make appropriations for same.

12. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of one thousand fifty dollars ($1050.00)
for the Fire Department.

13. To raise and appropriate for the economic ad-
vancement of the Town through publicity and promo-
tional services of the Seacoast Regional Development
Association, in cooperation with other regional com-
munities, a sum not exceeding one one-hundredth of
one per cent of assessed valuation, namely fifty-five
dollars ($55.00).

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

15. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the
Selectmen to use the funds of the Town of Lee School
Fund turned over to the town by the State of New
Hampshire for the purpose of paying in part the assess-
ment of the Oyster River School District.



16. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the
Selectmen to appoint an Inspector of Buildings who
shall hold office for a term of one year, and by vote
fix and regulate his compensation as authorized by
Section 1, Chapter 156, N. H. Revised Statutes An-
notated, 1955.

17. To see if the Town will vote to adopt the fol-
lowing Building Regulations as authorized under Sec-
tions 2-5 inclusive, Chapter 156, N. H. Revised Statutes
Annotated, 1955.

18. To see if the Town will vote to establish a
Planning Board of five (or seven) members with duties
as set forth in Chapter 36, N. H. Revised Statutes
Annotated, 1955, to make a study of the Town's de-
velopment and report to the Town appropriate recom-
mendations for the promotion and maintenance of the
Town's best development. The Board members shall
consist of one Selectman and four (or six) other citi-
zens appointed by the Selectmen, as provided in Chap-
ter 36, N. H. Revised Statutes Annotated, 1955.

19. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of approximately two thousand three
hundred dollars ($2300.00) to defray the cost of its
share of the Strafford County Government.

20. To see what sum of money the Town will vote
to raise and appropriate for the Memorial to be erect-
ed at Hampton Beach.

21. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the
use of the Lee Center School Building as a Community
Center if and when title to said premises is decreed
to be in the Town of Lee. (Petitioned by Lloyd F.
Stevens and twenty-three others, registered voters of
the Town of Lee.)



22. To see if the Town will vote to have the Town
Meetings held in the evening of Town Meeting Day,
and to see at what hour would be the most convenient
for the voters. (Petitioned by Leonard Wenant and
nine other registered voters of the Town of Lee.)

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

24. To transact any other business that may le-
gally come before the meeting.

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

ROBERT L. KENISTON,
R. CARL SANDERS,
GEORGE A. BENNETT,

Selectmen of Lee.

A true copy of Warrant — Attest:

ROBERT L. KENISTON,
R. CARL SANDERS,
GEORGE A. BENNETT,

Selectmen of Lee.



BUDGET OF THE TOWN OF



ESTIMATES OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURES FOR THE ENSUING
YEAR JANUARY 1. 1956 TO DECEMBER 31. 1956. COMPARED WITH



Sources of Revenue



FR(.)M STATE:

Interest and Dividends Ta.K

Railroad Tax

Savings Bank Tax

Class V

Reimbursement a/c Exemption of
Growing Wood and Timber

For Fighting Forest Fires

Bounties

Head Tax Reimbursement
FROM LOCAL SOURCES EXCEPT TAXES:

Dog Licenses

Business Licenses, Permits and Filing Fees

Interest Received on Taxes and Deposits

Advertising costs

School District, Printing Reports

Oliver Kennard, Lumber

Eastern States

Robert L. Keniston, .Jr., Lumber

Motor Vehicle Permit Fees

Gifts to Lee Library

Sale of Town Property, Lamb Property
CASH SURPLUS
FROM LOCAL TAXES OTHER THAN

PROPERTY TAXES:

fa) Poll Taxes— Regular at $2
(b) National Bank Stock Taxes
Yield Taxes
Head Taxes

TOTAL REVENUES FROM ALL SOURCES

EXCEPT PROPERTY TAXES $ 5,326.69 $15,020.97 $ 5,662.51

AMOUNT TO BE 'RAISED BY

PROPERTY TAXES $16,459.78



Esti-




Esti-


mated


Actual


mated


Revenue


Revenue


Revenue


Previous


Previous


Ensuing


Year


Year


Year


1955


1955


1956


$ 800.00


$ 1,014.33


$ 800.00


.20


.22


.20


40.00


144.07


40.00


486.49


472.09


442.31


500.00


30.45

12.00

5.05


600.00


300.00


313.92

8.00

85.22

26.05

64.48

131.25

.16

60.00


300.00


2,700.00


3,238.65

105.59

62.50

6,515.24


3,000.00


490.00


472.00


470.00


10.00


10.00

733.70

1,516.00


10.00



TOTAL REVENUES



$22,122.29



LEE, NEW HAMPSHIRE



ESTIMATED AND ACTUAL REVENUE, APPROPRIATIONS AND

EXPENDITURES OF THE PREVIOUS YEAR JANUARY 1, 1955 to

DECEMBER 31, 1955.



Purposes of Expenditures



Appropria-
tions
Year
Previous
1955



Actual

Exi)endi-

tures

Year

Previous

1955



Esti-
mated

Expendi-
tures
Year

Ensuing
1956



CURRENT MAINTENANCE EXPENSES
General Government :

Town Officers' Salaries

Town Officers' Expenses

Election and Registration Expenses

Expenses Town Tall and Other Town Bldgs
Protection of Persons and Property :

Police Department

Fire Department

Moth Exterm. — Blister Rust and
Care of Trees

Bounties
Health :

Health Department, Including Hospitals

Vital Statistics

Town Dump and Garbage Removal
Highways and Bridges :

"Town Maintenance — Summer

Town Maintenance — Winter

General Expenses of Highway Department

Town Road Aid
Libraries
Public Welfare:

Town Poor

Old Age Assistance
Patriotic Purposes :

Memorial Day and Veterans' Associations
Unclassified

Damages and Legal Expenses, Including
Dog Damage

Advertising and Regional Associations

Taxes Bought by Town
Highways and Bridges :

State Aid Construction — Town's Share

New Equipment

PAYMENT TO OTHER GOVERNMENTAL
DIVISIONS :

Head Taxes

County Taxes

School Taxes



$ 1,200.00
500.00
200.00
300.00

20.00
1,250

400.00



10.00

500.00

3,500.00

3,000.00

500.00

454.53

300.00

1,000.00
1,200

15.00
400.00



2.000.00
1,500.00



2.089.16
29,459.89



1,140.00

566.13

84.00

97.90

20.00
1,412.69

400.00
7.00

10.00

23.50

460.00

4,703.64

2,910.30

391.84

454.53

473.13

735.27
416.01

17.10

552.37

64.72

55.00

116.17



1.347.00
2.089.16
25,261.17



$ 1,300.00
600.00
300.00
900.00

20.00
1,065.00



500.00

4,000.00

3,500.00

700.00

454.29

300.00

600.00
500.00

18.00
500.00



55.00

2,000.00

2.000.00

500.00



2,300.00



TOTAL EXPENDITURES



$49,853.58 $43,808.63 $22,122.29



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FINANCIAL REPORT

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1955

ASSETS

Cash:

In hands of treasurer $28,289.79

Unredeemed Taxes :

From tax sale on account of 116.17

Uncollected Taxes :

Levy of 1955, property, polls, yield 5,708.86

Levy of 1954, poll and yield 13.58

Levy of 1953, yield 463.66

State Head Taxes, levy of 1955 355.00

State Head Taxes, previous years 5.00



Total assets $34,952.06

LIABILITIES

Accounts Owed by the Tow^n :

Lee Hook road $ 7,500.00

Little River Bridge, Cartland Road 2,000.00

Due to State :

State Head Taxes— 1955

(Uncollected $355) (Collected not
remitted to state treasurer ($180.00) 535.00

Due to School Districts : balance of appro-
priation 18,401.82



Total liabilities $28,436.82

Excess of assets over liabilities (surplus) 6,515.24

Grand total $34,952.06



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RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS

For the Year Ending December 31, 1955

Receipts
Current Revenue:
From Local Taxes :

Property taxes, current year

1955 $39,600.08

Poll taxes, current year, reg-
ular at $2—1955 398.00
National Bank Stock Taxes

—1955 10.00

State Head taxes at $5—1955 1,280.00



Total current year's taxes collected and

remitted $41,288.08

Property taxes and Yield taxes — Previous

years 3,985.23

Poll taxes — previous years, regular at $2 74.00

State Head Taxes at $5 — previous years 215.00

Interest received on taxes 83.02

Penalties on State Head taxes 21.00

Tax sales redeemed 68.62

From State :

For Class V Highway maintenance 472.09

Interest and dividends tax 1,014.33

Railroad tax .22
Savings Bank tax and Building and Loan

Association tax 144.07

Head tax reimbursement 5.05

Fighting forest fires 30.45

Bounties 12.00

From Local Sources, except taxes:

Dog licenses 313.92



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Business licenses, permits and filing fees 8.00

Registration of motor vehicles, 1954 per-
mits 26.60

Registration of motor vehicles, 1955 per-
mits 3,212.05
Receipts Other than Current Revenue:

Refunds, Eastern States $ .16

Gifts, to Lee Library 105.59

Sale of town property. Lamb

property 62.50

Oliver Kennard, Welch lum-
ber 131.25

Oyster River Cooperative

School District, reports 64.48

Robert L. Keniston, Jr., lum-
ber 60.00



Total Receipts Other than Current Rev-
enue $ 423.98



Total receipts from all sources $51,397.71

Cash on hand January 1, 1955 20,700.71



Grand total $72,098.42

Payments
Current Maintenance Expenses :
General Government:

Town officers' salaries $ 1,140.00

Town officers' expenses 566.13

Election and registration ex-
penses 84.00
Expenses town hall and other

town buildings 97.90

Protection of Persons and Property:

Police department 20.00



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Fire department, including




forest fires


1,412.69


Moth extermination — blister




rust and care of trees


400.00


Bounties


7.00


Damage by dogs


64.72


Health :




Health department, including




hospitals


10.00


Vital statistics


23.50


Town dumps and garbage re-




moval


460.00


Highways and Bridges :




Town Road Aid


454.53


Town Maintenance (summer




$4,703.64) (winter $2,




910.30)


7,613.94


General expenses of High-




way department


391.84


Libraries


473.13


Public Welfare




Old age assistance


416.01


Town poor


735.27


Patriotic Purposes :




Memorial Day and Veterans'




associations


17.10


Unclassified


552.37


Advertising and Regional as-




sociations


55.00


Taxes bought by town


116.17



Total current maintenance expenses $15,111.30
Payments to Other Governmental
Divisions :
State Head Taxes paid State treasurer



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(1955 taxes $1,014.50) (prior years

$332.50) $ 1,347.00

Taxes paid to county 2,089.16

Payments to school districts

ri954 tax $14,703.10)

(1955 tax $10,558.07) 25,261.17



Total payments to other governmental

divisions $28,697.33



Total payment for all purposes $43,808.63

Cash on hand Dec. 31, 1955 28,289.79



Grand total $72,098.42

CERTIFICATE
This is to certify that the information contained in
this report was taken from official records and is com-
plete to the best of our knowledge and belief.
Date January 28, 1956

R. L. KENISTON,
R. CARL SANDERS,
GEORGE A. BENNETT,

Selectmen.
FLORENCE F. CALDWELL,

Treasurer.



SCHEDULE OF TOWN PROPERTY

Town Hall, lands and buildings $ 4,500.00

Furniture and Equipment 500.00

Libraries, lands and buildings 1,000.00

Fire Department, lands and buildings 3,500.00

Equipment 4,500.00

Highway Department, lands and buildings 7,500.00



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Schools, lands and buildings 4,000.00

All lands and buildings acquired through

tax collector's deeds 2,000.00



Total 27,500.00



SELECTMEN'S REPORT

Land and buildings $558,580.00

Electric plants 64,551.00

59 Horses 3,100.00

254 Cows 16,965.00

22 Other neat stock 950.00

92 Sheep and goats 1,104.00

2 Hogs 40.00

8800 Fowls 6,613.00

Vehicles 8,000.00

1 Portable mill 500.00

2 Road building, repairing, well drilling

machinery 1,000.00

Wood, lumber, etc. 32,471.00

12 Gasoline pumps and tanks 1,570.00

Stock in trade 7,365.00

Mills and machinery 2,800.00



Total gross valuation before exemptions

allowed $700,609.00

Less soldiers' exemptions 36,250.00



Net valuation on which tax rate is comput-
ed $664,359.00
Tax rate $100.00 — $6.76.
Property taxes $44,663.86
Poll taxes 506.00
National Bank Stock taxes 10.00



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Yield taxes




665.45


Head taxes




1,640.00


APPROPRIATIONS




General expenses




$ 2,945.00


Fire department




200.00


Lee Volunteer Fire Department




440.00


New Equipment




610.00


Blister rust




400.00


Town dump




500.00


State aid construction




1,500.00


Town road aid




454.53


Class V Bridge




2,000.00


Town maintenance




3,500.00


Snow removal




3,000.00


General expenses of highway department


500.00


Old age assistance and relief




2,200.00


Seacoast Regional




55.00


County tax




2,089.16


School tax


ations


29,459.89


Total town and school appropri


$49,853.58


Less estimated revenues and credits :




Interest and dividends tax $


1,014.33




Railroad tax


.20




Savings bank tax


40.00




Reimbursement a-c exemption






of growing wood and timber


1,068.48




Motor vehicle permit fees


2,700.00




Dog licenses


300.00




Total revenues and credits


-


$ 5,123.01




$44,730.57


Plus overlay




449.29



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Net amount to be raised by taxation $45,179.86

Less poll taxes, 253 at $2.00 $506.00
Less National Bank stock taxes 10.00

516.00



Amount to be raised by property taxes on

which tax rate is figured $44,663.86

Taxes to Be ComTnitted to Collector

Property taxes $44,663.86

National bank stock taxes 10.00

Poll taxes ' 506.00



$45,179.86

Yield taxes 665.45

Head taxes 1,640.00

TOWN OFFICERS' SALARIES

Selectmen $ 375.00

Town clerk, salary and auto permit fees 349.00

Tax collector 200.00

Treasurer 200.00

Auditors 16.00



$ 1,140.00
TOWN OFFICERS' EXPENSES

U. S. Truck Guide $ 7.50

Subscription Mobile 3.00

Perkins & Prescott, officers' bonds 82.46

Edson C. Eastman, supplies 25.00

N. H. Tax Collectors' Association, dues 3.00

N. H. Town Clerks' Association, dues 2.00

Strafford National Bank, deposit box 5.00

State of New Hampshire, engrossing fee 1.00

Brown & Saltmarsh, supplies 5.50



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Sargent Bros., tax bills 21.05

Offiicers attending meetings 137.57

Officers' expenses 273.05



$ 566.13

ELECTION AND REGISTRATION

Ballot clerks $ 32.00

Jeremiah Smith Grange, election dinners 15.00

Geo. J. Foster, 300 ballots 7.00

Herman A. Randall, supervisor, 1955 30.00



84.00



TOWN HALL AND OTHER BUILDINGS



Public Service Co., electricity


$


12.62


Roger W. Gibb, fuel oil




37.28


Ernest W. Menter, painting




18.00


Ernest W. Menter, janitor




30.00




$


97.90


POLICE






Oilman Menter, salary


$


20.00


BOUNTIES






Oliver Kennard, 5 hedgehogs


$


2.50


Richard Saulnier, 8 hedgehogs




4.00


Wilbur Burleigh, 1 hedgehog




.50




$


7.00



FIRE PROTECTION

Lee Volunteer Fire Department, appropri-
ation $ 1,300.00



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George A. Bennett, warden, meetings 61.90

State Forestry Department, fire tools 50.79





$


1,412.69


TOWN DUMP






Ernest Menter, labor


$


392.00


Herman Keniston, gravel




68.00




$


460.00


BLISTER RUST






State forester


$


400.00


DAMAGES BY DOGS






George A. Bennett, sheep killed


$


12.00


Oilman C. Menter, salary




25.00


Oilman C. Menter, killing stray dogs




12.00


Wheeler & Clark, dog tags




15.72



$ 64.72

HEALTH DEPARTMENT

Oilman C. Menter, salary $ 10.00

VITAL STATISTICS

Annie B. Piper, town clerk

SUMMER MAINTENANCE
Herman B. Keniston
Granite State Asphalt Co., cold patch



WINTER MAINTENANCE
Herman B. Keniston



$ 23.50


$ 4,629.84


73.80


$ 4,703.64


$ 2,517.80



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George Pritchard Co., salt 132.50

Beacon Grain Co., salt 260.00



$ 2,910.30

GENERAL EXPENSE OF HIGHWAY
DEPARTMENT

Herman B. Keniston, parts $ 54.23

R. C. Hazelton, parts for snow plow 119,17

Gibbs Bros., gas and oil 126.44

Steve Chase, garage, repairs 18.05

O. W. Fickett, gas 1.22

Empire Steel & Tool Co., cutting edges 72.73



$ 391.84
LIBRARY
Appropriation, balance and gifts $ 473.13

OLD AGE ASSISTANCE
Town's share, 25 per cent payments for year $ 416.01

TOWN POOR
Direct Relief, medical and supplies $ 735.27

MEMORIAL DAY
Dover Veterans' Council, flags $ 17.10

ADVERTISING AND REGIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
Seacoast Region $ 55.00

TAXES BOUGHT BY TOWN
Taxes bought by town $ 116.17

TOWN CONSTRUCTION

State of New Hampshire, T.R.A. $ 454.53



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UNCLASSIFIED

N. H. Fence Co., sign posts $ 97.50

Gibbas Sign Mfg. Co., road signs 52.50

Rochester Publishing Co., display ad. 11.20

Inez E. Bennett, tax reimbursement 12.40

Anna M. Dube, transfer cards 17.87

Ethel G. Waldron, real estate reports .40

George J. Foster Co., printing reports 242.00

Director Internal Revenue, tax 118.50



$ 552.37
COUNTY TAX

Leo Cormier, county treasurer, tax $ 2,089.16

HEAD TAX

State of New Hampshire $ 1,347.00

OYSTER RIVER COOPERATIVE SCHOOL
DISTRICT

School appropriation $25,261.17



SUMMARY OF PAYMENTS

Town officers' salaries $ 1,140.00

Town officers' expenses 566.13

Election and registration 84.00

Town dump 460.00

Town hall and other buildings 97.90

Police 20.00

Fire protection 1,412.69

Blister rust 400.00



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Bounties


7.00


Damage by dogs


64.72


Health department


10.00


Vital statistics


23.50


Summer maintenance


4,703.64


Winter maintenance


2,910.30


Geiieral expenses of highway department


391.84


Library


473.13


Old age assistance


416.01


Town poor


735.27


Memorial Day


17.10


Advertising and Regional associations


55.00


Taxes bought by town


116.17


Unclassified


552.37


Town construction


454.53


County tax


2,089.16


Head tax


1,347.00


School district


25,261.17




$43,808.63


TREASURER'S REPORT




Cash on hand January 1, 1955


$20,700.71


Received from town clerk:




Auto tax, 1954


26.60


Auto tax, 1955


3,212.05


Dog licenses


313.92


Filing fees


8.00


State Forestry:




Reimbursement, fire meetings


30.45


State Treasurer:




Bounties


12.00


Interest and dividends


1,014.33



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Class V


472.09


Railroad tax


.22


Savings bank tax


144.07


Reimbursement, head tax


5.05


Town of Lee, sale of Lamb property


62.50


Benjamin Miller, gift to Library


96.84


Lee Community Club, gift to Library


6.00


Lee Library, sale of magazines


2.75


Robert L. Keniston, Jr., lumber


60.00


Oyster River Cooperative School District,




printing reports


64.48


Eastern States, refund


.16


Oliver Kennard, Welch lumber


131.25


Tax Collector :




Property taxes, 1955


39,600.08


Poll taxes, 1955


398.00


National bank stock


10.00


Interest, 1955


3.92


Advertising costs


26.05


Yield taxes, 1954


733.70


Property taxes, 1954


3,251.53


Poll taxes, 1954


74.00


Redemptions, tax, costs and interest


42.57


Head taxes and penalties, 1955


1,280.50


Head taxes and penalties, 1954


235.50


Interest, 1954


79.10


-


$72,098.42


EXPENDITURES




Paid orders of selectmen


$43,808.63


Cash on hand January 1, 1956


28,289.79



$72,098.42
FLORENCE F. CALDWELL,

Treasurer.



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TOWN CLERK'S REPORT

Received for 1954 auto permits
Receoived for 1955 auto permits
Received for dog licenses
Received for filing fees

Total

Less fees for dog licenses



Paid treasurer for auto permits
Paid treasurer for dog licenses
Paid treasurer for filing fees

Total



$ 26.60

3,212.05

339.52

8.00


$ 3,586.17
25.60


$3,560.57

$ 3,238.65

313.92

8.00


$ 3,560.57



TAX COLLECTOR'S WARRANT

SUMMARY OF WARRANT
LEVY OF 1955

Dr.

Taxes committed to collector:

Property taxes $44,663.86

Poll taxes 506.00



Total warrant $45,169.86

Yield taxes 665.45
Added taxes:

Property taxes 78.21



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Bank taxes 10.00

Poll taxes 10.00

Interest collected 3.92

Adv. costs and sales 26.05



Total debits $45,963.49

Cr.



Remittances to Treasurer:




Property taxes


$39,600.08


Poll taxes


398.00


Bank taxes


10.00


Interest


8.92


Uncollected taxes


5,708.86


Abate'ments


216.58


Adv. costs and sales


26.05


Total credits


$45,963.49


LEVY OF 1954





Dr.

Uncollected taxes as of Jan. 1, 1955:

Property taxes $ 3,251.53

Poll taxes 74.00

Yield taxes 745.28



Total Warrant $4,070.81

Added Poll tax 2.00
Interest collected during- fiscal year

ending December 31, 1955 79.10



Total debits $ 4,151.91

Cr.
Remittances to Treasurer:

Property taxes $3,251.53



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Poll taxes


74.00


Yield tax'os


733.70


Inteo-est collected during year


79.10


Uncollected taxes (Poll)


2.00


Yield taxes


11.58


Total credits


$4,151.91


T.RVY OF 1953




Dr.





Uncollected taxes as of Jan. 1, 1955
Poll taxes
Yield taxes

Total warrant

Cr.

Abate'ments made during fiscal year
Uncollected taxes (yield)

Total credits



STATE HEAD TAXES, LEVY OF 1955

Dr.

State head taxes committed to collector:

Original warrant $1,640.00

Added taxes 20.00



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