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NH

352o07
L48
1969



ANNUAL REPORTS



OF THE




TOWN OF LEE

NEW HAMPSHIRE

Year Ending December 31, 1969



University of New Hampshire
Eibrary



OLD MILL ON THE J. TRUE BARTLETT FARM

This old mill was used as a grist and shingle mill. Cider,
a popular commodity of the Era, was also made here. The mill
was in use until the early 1900's, then demolished.



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, 1969



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

1970



lAO TOWN OFFICERS



Moderator
EVERETT B. SACKETT

Selectmen
CHARLES H. BRADY, 1970

ROBERT L. KENISTON, 1971

HARRY C. BRADSHAW, 1972

Treasurer
ALICE E. DUDLEY

Tax Collector
INEZ E. BENNETT

Town Clerk
ETHEL H. HINDS



FAYE KENISTON



Supervisors
ELAINE LIBBY



HAZEL WALDEN



Trustees of Trust Funds
FRANK WALDEN, 1970

SAMUEL F. TAYLOR, 197il

RUTH A. HILL, 1972

Library Trustees
HAZEL WALDEN, 1970

JOAN SEELEY, 1971

GWEN ANDREW, 1972

Highway Agent
LLOYD F. STEVENS

Librarian
HELEN MacDONALD



ELAINE LIBBY



Auditors



Health
MERLE L. DOANE



PHILIP SANBORN



Police
FRANCIS WALDEN LOUIS LAMBERT

Fire Warden

MAURICE HATCH

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

Deputy Wardens
GILMAN MENTER
Tel. 659-3859, Newmarket, N. H.

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

RALPH GRANGER
Tel. 659-3498, Newmarket, N. H.

MICHAEL MAIN
Tel. 659-5412, Durham, N. H.

RICHARD DENNIS
Tel. 659-3875, Durham, N. H.

PHILIP SANBORN
Tel. 659-3923, Newmarket, N. H.

GERALD OUELLETTE
Tel. 659-3987, Durham, N. H.

Fire Chief
LLOYD F. STEVENS
Tel. 659-3447, Newmarket, N. H.

Building Inspector
MERLE L. DOANE



SHIRLEY CLARK
THEODORE KELSEY
GEORGE BRADFORD



Planning Board



ELMER K. FOGG, JR.
PAUL COTTON
GUY ANGELL



Chairman of Selectmen



LAWRENCE HILL
LEWIS JENNISON
GEORGE GOODRIDGE



Board of Adjustment



EDGAR HOBBY



EVERETT SACKETT
WALLACE DENNIS
AARON CHADBOURNE



Civil Defense
CHESLEY F. DURGIN



Conservation Commission
MELVIN JENKINS RICHARD WEYRICK

GAIL SANBORN DAVID FAY

PATRICIA BRUNS ROBERT WOLFE

HELMUT HAENDLER



Recreation Commission
LAVOHN WEYRICK SHIRLEY WALKER

PAUL CATHCART JAMES TOWLE

GERALD OUELLETTE



TOWN WARRANT

THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

TOWN OF LEE

To the inhabitants of the Town of Lee in the County of Strafford in said
State qualified to vote in Town affairs:

You are hereby notified to meet at the Town Hall in said Town of Lee on
Tuesday, the tenth day of March, to act on the following subjects:

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

(Polls will be open from 10:00 A. M. to 6:00 P. M.)

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

2. To raise such sums of money as may be necessary to defray Town charges
for the ensuing year as may be necessary for General Government, including Town
officers salaries and expenses, election and registration, town buildings; for
Health, Vital Statistics, Public Library, Employees' Retirement and Social
Security, Police, Insurance, Planning and Zoning, town reports, parks and play-
grounds, interest on temporary loans, cemeteries and county taxes.

3. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of one
thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500.00) to be used to widen the bridge on
Mill Road.

4. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 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,

5. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of one
hundred fifty dollars ($150.00) for the control of Pine Blister rust.

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

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

8. To see what sum of money the Town will vote to raise and appropriate
for a Tractor Shovel .

9. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of seven
hundred fourteen dollars and sixty-nine cents ($714.69) for the construction of
Class V highways under the provisions of the TRA, so called. The State will
contribute the sum of four thousand seven hundred sixty-four dollars and fifty-
seven cents ($4,764.57).

10. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen to procure a
new Police Car through the State Division of Purchase and Property.

11. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen to sell
surplus Town property by bid.

12. To see if the Town wishes to exclude from the Plan, service in any
Class or Classes of positions of election officials or election workers for a
calendar quarter in which the remuneration paid for such service is less than
fifty dollars ($50.00)



13. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of three
hundred dollars ($300.00) for the Ambulance Corp. of Durham.

14. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of two hundred
thirty dollars ($230.00) for partial participation to the Seacoast Regional
Association, this money to be spent for the purpose of publicizing and promoting
the natural resources and advantages of the Town, in cooperation with the other
towns in the Seacoast Region.

15. (On petition of Melvin E. Jenkins and nine other registered voters of
the Town.) To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of
fifteen hundred ($1,500.00) dollars to continue the work of the Lee Conservation
Commission. Said funds would receive 50% matching funds ($750.00) from the
Spaulding Potter Trusts and be used for the taking of easements, options or for
the purchase of open space lands.

16. (On petition of Melvin E. Jenkins and nine other registered voters of
the Town.) To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of one
hundred seventy dollars ($170.00) to plant three acres of the Town forest and
complete five acres of cultural improvement on said forest. These funds may be
matched by County funds of $160.00.

17. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of one
hundred eighty ($180.00) toward the support of the Oyster River Health Agency,

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

19. To see if the Town will vote to have the Town revalued and make
appropriation for same.

20. (On petition of Brian Burke and nine other registered voters of the
Town.) To see if the Town will vote to adopt the provisions of the Municipal
Budget Law as authorized RSA 32. Said budget committee to be comprised of six
(6) members-at-large elected by Australian ballot at the next Town Meeting,
either Regular or Special.

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

22. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen 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 Second day of February, in the year of our
Lord, nineteen hundred and Seventy.

Charles H. Brady

Robert L. Keniston Selectmen of Lee

Harry C. Bradshaw
A true copy of Warrant - Attest:

Charles H. Brady

Robert L. Keniston Selectmen of Lee

Harry C. Bradshaw



BUDGET OF THE TOWN OF LEE



Estimates of Revenue and Expenditures for the Ensuing Year
January 1, 1970 to December 31, 1970



SOURCES OF REVENUE



ESTIMATED

REVENUE
PREVIOUS

YEAR

1969



ACTUAL
REVENUE
PREVIOUS

YEAR

1969



ESTIMATED
REVENUE
ENSUING

YEAR

1970



FROM STATE:

Interest and Dividends Tax

Savings Bank Tax

Meals and Rooms Tax

For Fighting Forest Fires

FROM LOCAL SOURCES EXCEPT TAXES:



1,500.00

70.00

3,500.00



Dog Licenses 650.00

Business Licenses, Permits and Filing 150.00

Fees

Interest Received on Taxes and Deposits 1,000.00

Income of Departments: Tel & Tel Co. 50.00

Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 14,000.00
Sale of Town Property



1,252.38
93.98

2,983.45
35.13



653.75
118.25

1 ,347.71

62.80

14,713.78

651.16



1,300.00

100.00

3,000.00



650.00
150.00

1,400.00

50.00

14,500.00



FROM LOCAL TAXES OTHER THAN
PROPERTY TAXES:

(a) Poll Taxes - Regular 0$2

(b) National Bank Stock Taxes

(c) Yield Taxes



1,000.00
18.00
10.00



976.00



32.18



1,000.00
18.00
25.00



TOTAL REVENUES FROM ALL SOURCES
EXCEPT PROPERTY TAXES

AMOUNT TO BE RAISED BY PROP. TAXES

TOTAL REVENUES



21,948.00 22,920.57



22,193.00
65,856.69
88,049.69



BUDGET OF THE TOWN OF LEE



Estimated and Actual Revenue, Appropriations and Expenditures of the Previous Year
January 1, 1969 to December 31, 1969



PURPOSES OF EXPENDITURES



APPROPRIATIONS ACTUAL ESTIMATED

PREVIOUS EXPENDITURES EXPENDITURES

YEAR PREVIOUS ENSUING

YEAR YEAR

1969 1969 1970



GENERAL GOVERNMENT:

Town Officer's Salaries 4,500.00

Town Officer's Expenses 1,200.00

Election and Registration Expenses 300.00
Expenses Town Hall and Other Town Bldgs 2,000.00
Reappraisal of Property

Employees' Retirement and Social Sec. 650.00

Town Reports 500.00



PROTECTION OF PERSONS AND PROPERTY:
Police Department
Fire Department

*3,225.00 plus 200.00 Forest Fire
Moth Exterm. -Blister Rust & care

of Tree
Insurance
""Planning and Zoning
Damage by Dogs
Damages and Legal Expenses
Civil Defense

HEALTH:

Health Department, Inc.
Hospitals & Ambulance
Vital Statistics
Town Dump

HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES:

Town Maintenance-Summer
Town Maintenance-Winter
General Expenses of Highway Dept.
Town Road Aid

LIBRARIES

PUBLIC WELFARE:
Town Poor
Old Age Assistance



3,731.61

2,850.00

150.00
800.00
524.60



500,
300,



00
00



600.00
2,000.00



5,000.00

7,000.00

2,000.00

621.29

850.00



4,200.00
500.00



RECREATION:

Skating Rink 250.00

Parks and Playground, Incl . Band Concert 150.00



4,167.99

1,059.69

212.00

1,354.47

1,061.51
490.00



3,272,

2,712,

150.

1,219.

348.



26

20

00
05
51



369.43



4,500.00
1,200.00

600.00
1,500.00
9,000.00
1,200.00

500.00



3,500.00

3,425.00

150.00

1,300.00

300.00



575.20

28.50

1,818.91


600.00
2,000.00


5,081.63

9,222.19

1,624.76

621.29


5,000.00

8,000.00

2,500.00

714.69


850.00


850.00


2,776.10


2,000.00


1 94 . 1 7
80.00


150.00



PURPOSES OF EXPENDITURES



PUBLIC SERVICE ENTERPRISES:
Cemeteries

INTEREST:

On Temporary Loans

HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES:

Town Construction Bridge
->-^^ew Lands and Buildings
Conservation Comm.
New Equipment Tractor Loader

PAYMENTS ON PRINCIPAL OF DEBT:

Payment to Capital Reserve Funds

COUNTY TAXES

SCHOOL TAXES

TOTAL EXPENDITURES



APPROPRIATIONS ACTUAL ESTIMATED

PREVIOUS EXPENDITURES EXPENDITURES

YEAR PREVIOUS ENSUING

YEAR YEAR

1969 1969 1970



200.00



600.00



2,500.00

1 ,600.00
1 ,900.00



500.00

13,000.00

244,377.66

306,155.16



.00



500.00

13,345.16

220,877.13

277,353.24



200.00



1,125.00 1,200.00



1,500.00

50.00 1,660.00
2,158.09 20,000.00



500.00
14,000.00

88,049.69



FINANCIAL REPORT

Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1969

ASSETS



■CASH

In hands of treasurer

ACCOUNTS DUE TO THE TOWN
Other bills due Town:
Gas used by State Police
National Bank Stock

UNREDEEMED TAXES (From tax sale on account of)
Levy of 1968
Levy of 1967

UNCOLLECTED TAXES:
Levy of 1969
Levy of 1968
Levy of 1967
Previous Years

State Head Taxes-Levy of 1969
State Head Taxes-Previous Years

TOTAL ASSETS



6,133.75
1 ,614.50



68,151.06

779.93

, 566.23

1,407 .-24

745.00

110.00



78,938.99



903.12
18.00



159,367.82



LIABILITIES



ACCOUNTS OWED BY THE TOWN:












Bills outstanding - Bridge




2,500.00








Unexpended Balances of Special Approprie


itions;










Police Department




611.26








Office Equipment




2,803.38








Civil Defense




^00.00








Town Hall




645.00








Legal Expense




500.00








Conservation Commission




1,500.00








Town Poor




1 ,424.00








Old Age




500.00








State Head Taxes 1969(Uncollected)




745.00








Due to School Districts:












Balance of School Tax




131,450.00








TOTAL LIABILITIES






142,


,978,


.64


Excess of Assets over Liabil


ities


(Surplus)


16,


,389,


.18


GRAND TOTAL






159,


,367,


.82



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RECEIPTS

CURRENT REVENUE

From Local Taxes:

Property Taxes-Current Year-1969 221,758.30

Poll Taxes-Current Year-1969 732.00

Yield Taxes-1969 32.18

State Head Taxes $5 - 1969 2,315.00

Total Current Years Taxes Collected and remitted 224,837.48

Property Taxes and Yield Taxes Previous Years 48,854.30

Poll Taxes - Previous Years 244.00

State Head Taxes @ $5 - Previous Years 735.00

Interest received on Taxes 1,347.71

Penalties on State Head Taxes 83.00

Tax Sales redeemed „ 7,295.07

From State:

Advertizing Sales & Costs 48.03

Interest and dividends tax 1,252.38

Savings Bank Tax and Building and Loan

Association Tax 93.98

Reimbursement a/c State Police Bulk Gas 1,811.94

Fighting forest fires 35.13

Reimbursement a/c Motor Vehicle Road Toll

2,313.3 Gallons 161.93

Meals and Rooms tax 2,983.45

From Local Sources, Except Taxes:

Dog Licenses 653.75

Business licenses, permits and filing fees 118.25

Motor vehicle permits

(1968 - $211.73) (1969 - 14,502.05) 14,713.78

Total Current Revenue Receipts 305,269.18

Receipts Other Than Current Revenue:

Temporary loans in anticipation of taxes

during year 50,000.00

Gasoline sold Town Departments 589.37

Refunds 87.00

Gifts - N. E. Tel Commission 62.80

Bicentennial 1966 25.25

Sale of town property 651.16

Total Receipts Other Than Current Revenue 51,415.58

Total Receipts From All Sources 356,684.76

Cash On Hand January 1, 1969 64,907.32

GRAND TOTAL 421,592.08



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PAYMENTS

CURRENT MAINTENANCE EXPENSES:

General Government:

Town Officer's salaries 4,167.99

Town Officer's expenses 1,059.69

Election and registration expenses 212.00

Expenses town hall and other town buildings 1,354.47

Protection Of Persons And Property:

Police department 3,272.26

Fire department, including forest fires 2,712.20
Moth extermination-Blister Rust and

Care of Trees 150.00

Planning and Zoning 348.51

Damage by dogs 369.43

Insurance 1,219.05

Health:

Health department, including hospitals

and ambulance 575.20

Vital statistics 28.50

Town dumps 1 ,818.91

Highways And Bridges:

Town Road Aid 621 .29

Town Maintenance (Summer-$5,081 .63)

(Winter-$9,222.19) 14,303.82

General expenses of Highway Department 1,624.76

Libraries :

Libraries 850.00

Public Welfare:

Town Poor 2,776.10

Recreation:

Skating Rink 194.17

Parks and playgrounds, including band concerts 80.00

Public Service Enterprises:

Cemeteries, including hearse hire ' 8.00

Unclassified:

Town Reports 490.00

Taxes bought by town 8,359.91

Discounts, Abatements and Refunds 722.03

Employees' Retirement and Social Security 1,061.51

Total Current Maintenance Expenses 48,185.63

Interest:

Paid on temporary loans in anticipation of taxes 1,125.00

Total Interest Payments 1,125.00

Outlay For New Construction Equipment And Permanent Improvements:
Woods Work 50.00

Bulk Gasoline 3,125.21

Building Permits 36.63

New equipment-Police Car 2,158.09

Total Outlay Payments 5,564.10



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Indebtedness :

Payments on temporary loans in anticipation

of taxes 50,000.00

Payments to capital reserve funds 1969 500.00

Total Indebtedness Payments

Payments To Other Governmental Divisions:
State Head Taxes paid State Treasurer

(1969 $2,681.35) (Prior Years $363.00) 3,044.35
Payments to State a/c Yield Tax Debt Retirement 5.36
Taxes paid to County 13,345.16

Payments Boat Reports 6.36

Payments to School Districts

(1968 Tax $97,426.30)(1969 Tax $123,450.83) 220,877.13

Total Payments To Other Governmental Divisions

Total Payments For All Purposes
Cash On Hand December 31, 1969

GRAND TOTAL



50,500.00



237,278.36

342,653.09
78,938.99

421 ,592.08



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

Date February 2, 1970



Charles H. Brady
Robert L. Keniston
Harry C. Bradshaw



Selectmen



Alice E. Dudley Treasurer



SCHEDULE OF TOWN PROPERTY

Town Hall, Lands and Buildings 18,000.00

Furniture and Equipment 1,500.00

Libraries, Lands and Buildings 10,000.00

Furniture and Equipment 500.00

Police Department, Lands and Buildings

Equipment 3,000.00

Fire Department, Lands and Buildings 5,000.00

Equipment 15,000.00

Highway Department, Lands and Buildings 3,500.00

Equipment 7,000.00

Materials and Supplies 500.00

Parks, Commons and Playgrounds 1,000.00

All Lands and Buildings acquired through Tax Collector's deeds 2,000.00

TOTAL 65,500.00



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SELECTMEN'S REPORT



Land Improved and Unimproved 798,890.00

Buildings 4,024,714.00

Public Utilities 190,610.00

House Trailers (130) 295,695.00

Stock in Trade of Merchants 40,165.00

Vehicles 525.00

Boat and Launches (12) 5,265.00

Cows (339) 33,900.00

Other Cattle (45) 4,500.00

Poultry (9,400) 4,700.00

Gasoline Pumps and Tanks 6,165.00

Road Building Machinery 3,315.00

Wood and Lumber 10,900.00

Total Valuation Before Exemptions 5,419,344,00

Neatstock Exemptions S', 900.-00

Poultry Exemptions 700.00

Total Exemptions Allowed 9.600.00

Net Assessed Valuation 5,409,744.00

TAX RATE (9 $100.00 - $5.44 (Town, 62(j:; County, 25(t; School, $4.57)

Property Taxes Assessed (Original Warrant) 294,781.45

Property Taxes Added (Original Warrant 563.91

Gross Property Taxes Assessed (Original Warrant) 295,345.36

Less: War Service Exemptions , 5,250.00
Net Property Tax Commitment , 290,095.36

Poll Taxes 982.00

National Bank Stock Tax 18.00

TOTAL WARRANT 291 ,095.36

Yield Taxes 32.18

Added Taxes:

Property 198.74

Poll 42.00

Interest Collected 27.87

TOTAL 291,396.15



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TOWN OFFICERS' SALARIES



Charles H. Brady, Selectnian - Less PICA Tax $ 476.00

Robert L. Keniston Sr., Selectman - Less PICA Tax 476.00

Harry C. Bradshaw Jr., Selectman - Less PICA Tax 476.00

Inez E. Bennett, Tax Conector - Less PICA Tax 476.00

Inez E. Bennett, 3% Head Tax Col lections - Less PICA Tax 141.13

Ethel H. Hinds, Town Clerk - Less PICA Tax 476.00
Ethel H. Hinds, Auto Permit Pees - Less PICA Tax 1,130.86

Alice E, Dudley, Treasurer - Less PICA Tax 476.00

Elaine P. Libby, Auditor 20.00

Philip M. Sanborn, Auditor 20.00



TOWN OFFICERS' EXPENSES



$4,167.99



Edson C. Eastman, Inc. -Cash and Warrant Books $ 29.70

Homestead Press-Head, Poll & Property Tax Bills,

Real Estate Notices 44.16
Brown & Sal tmarsh-Town Clerk's Report to Treasurer

and Regular Vouchers 47.49

New Hampshire Municipal Association-Dues 60.89

Town Clerk's Association-Dues 6.00

Association of New Hampshire Assessors-Dues 5.00

New Hampshire Tax Collectors Association-Dues 5.00

New England Telephone-Toll Calls 29.63
Perkins Agency, Inc. -Bonds for Treasurer, Town Clerk

and Tax Collector 135.00
Johnson's Farm Supply of N. H., Inc. -Electrical and

Glass Supplies 10.52

George J. Foster Company-100 Sheets of Offset Pater 2.00

Marjorie E. Holmes-Transfer Cards 74.00

Frank Walden-Postage and Mileage for Trust Funds 12.50
Robert L. Keniston Sr. -Stamps for Inventories & Mailing

Town Reports 12.89

Alice E. Dudley-Stamps 14.46

Ethel H. Hinds-Auto Reference Book 10.15

Ethel H. Hinds-Town Clerks' Convention 43.20
Inez E. Bennett-Postage, Certified Mail and Registered

Letters 76.86
Inez E. Bennett-Advertising Sales, Costs and Notice to

Mortgagees 78.48

Inez E. Bennett-Tax Collectors' Convention 54.40

Elaine P. Libby-Clerical Work 281.75

Elaine F. Libby-Postage and Office Supplies 25.61

$1,059.69



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ELECTION AND REGISTRATION

Jeremiah Smith Grange-Town Meeting Dinner $ 35.00

Elaine F. Libby-Supervisor and Posting Check List 21.00

Hazel W. Waldon-Supervisor 20.00

Fay F. Keniston-Supervisor and Posting Check List 11.00

Everett Sackett-Moderator 25.00

Jean Myers-Ballot Clerk 20.00

Anita Bennett-Ballot Clerk 20.00

Bertha Mann-Ballot Clerk 20.00

Euna Keniston-Ballot Clerk 20.00

George J. Foster Company-600 Ballots 20.00

$ 212.00



TOWN HALL AND OTHER TOWN BUILDINGS

Merrimack Farmers Exchange, Inc.-L'jmber $ 72.83
Johnsons Farm Supply of N. H., Inc. -Windows , Paine &

Hardware 82.92

Edwin I. Kimball -Changeover of Furnace-Wiring & Duct Work 243.67

Charles G. Hobbs-Mowing around Town Buildings 7.00

Public Service Co. Of N. H. -Electricity 95.50

N. H. Electric Coop., Inc. -Meter at Ball Park 22.20

Maurice A. Hatch-Custodian-Less FICA Tax 190.40

Rockingham Gas-2675.2 Gals of Heating Gas 606.45

Rockingham Gas-Installation of Vapor Valves 33.50

$1,354.47



POLICE DEPARTMENT

Frank Walden, Chief Police-Less FICA Tax $1,605.88

Robert L. Keniston, Jr. Police-Less FICA Tax 82.82

Louis Lambert, Special Police-Accident Route 125 4.00

Les Jewell, Barrington Police-Accident Route 125 35.00

Frank Walden, Chief Police-Accident Route 125 49.00

Frank Walden-Camera Supplies, Bateries & Film 27.68

Frank Walden-Car Wash 8.50

Frank Walden, Align Receiver and Transmitter 13.00
Fernald's Garage-Lubrication, Oil, Points, Plugs and

Inspection 54.47

Joe's Esso Station-Repairs, Gasoline, Spark Plugs 12.48

Steve's Garage-Repairs 31.57

McGowens Auto Body-Clean and Polish 20.00

Great Bay Motor, Lubrication, Oil and Inspection 19.40

Signal Oil Supply-Case of Oil 8.73

General Electric-Radio 637.00

Rockingham Communications-Connection of Control Wires 13,00

Whelen Engineering Company-Dual Lights 110.36

Foss Motors, Inc. -Horn Button .75

Car-Go Home & Auto Center (4) 8:25x15 Tires 62.34



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(Pol ice Dept. , Cont. )

Noyes Tire Company - 2 Snow Tires $ 107.10

Sherman's Garage - Brake Repair 2.00

Johnson's Farm Supply of N. H. Inc. -Batteries & Dry Gas 10.80

Bailey Publications, Inc., Ad for Bids on Old Car 11.84

Portsmouth Herald-Ad for Bids on Old Car 17.50

George J. Foster Co., Ad for Bids on Old Car 36.00

Town of Lee - 1498 Gallons of Gasoline 291 .04

$3,272.26



SPECIAL APPROPRIATION FOR POLICE DEPARTMENT

Banks Chevrolet & Cadillac Company - Police Car $2,158.09

FIRE DEPARTMENT

Lee Fire Department - 1969 Appropriation $2,650.00

State of New Hampshire - Tools 16.21

Maurice A. Hatch - Forest Fire 10.09

Maurice A. Hatch - Wardens' Meeting 30.50

Maurice A. Hatch - Wardens' Mileage 5.40

$2,712.20



INSURANCE

Perkins Agency, Inc. - Workmen's Compensation $ 236.00

Perkins Agency, Inc. - Monies & Securities 95.00

Perkins Agency, Inc. - Bonds (H. Walden & R. Hill) 52.00

Perkins Agency, Inc. - Compensation & Collision Policy 372.00

Perkins Agency, Inc. - Library 32.00

Perkins Agency, Inc. - Additional Premium 173.00

Perkins Agency, Inc. - Additional Premium - Police Car 91.00

Bo Chaines, Inc. - Tool Shed 59.00

Arthur W. McDaniel - Library 70.80

Arthur W. McDaniel - Policy #184676 38.25

$1 ,219.05



BUILDING PERMITS

Thomas A. Brown - Building Inspector $ 36.63

HEALTH

Oyster River Home Health Association - 1969 Appropriation $ 180.00

Durham Ambulance Corps. - 1969 Appropriation 300.00

Thomas A. Brown - Health Officer, Less FICA Tax 95.20

$ 575.20



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VITAL STATISTICS



Ethel H. Hinds - Fees



$ 28.50



CARE OF TOWN DUMP



Lloyd F. Stevens - Less FICA Tax
Frank Walden - Police, Less FICA Tax



$1,803.68

15.23

$1,818.91



HIGHWAYS



Summer Maintenance (Totals $5,081.63)
Town of Lee - 458.4 Gallons Gasoline
Lloyd F. Stevens - Less FICA Tax

Winter Maintenance (Total $9,222.19)
Town of Lee - 851.8 Gallons Gasoline
Lloyd F, Stevens - Less FICA Tax



$ 105.67
4,975.96

138.90

9,083.29

$14,303.82



GENERAL EXPENSES OF HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT

J. F. Brown & Sons, Inc. - Parts and Paint

Del Chemical Company - Degreaser

Fernald's Garage - Sprocket Repairs

R. C. Hazel ton Company, Inc. - Equilizer Bar & Parts

R. C. Hazel ton Company, Inc. - Wing

Johnson Farm Supply of N. H. - Fabric Wire, Rakes, Shovels

And Hardware
Robert L. Keniston, Sr. - Welding Wings and Plows
N. E. Barricades - Road Signs


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