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the need to borrow money. Semi-annual billing has created a
more even cash flow for the town. This would be included in the
budget at $2000 in case of an emergency . Mr. Dennis also added



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that the town had actually earned $20,000 in interest in the past
year.

Article XXI was adopted.

ARTICLE XXII: To transact any other business which may
legally come before this meeting.

Richard Fleming moved that the town hire a full-time road
agent; someone who could also attend to other maintenance in
town.

Mr. Dennis noted that this article could include only recommen-
dations; the moderator agreed that a motion made under this
article could not be binding.

Mr. Fleming modified the motion such that it was recom-
mended that the selectmen study the proposal for the hiring of a
full time road agent. Mrs. Clark seconded this motion.

The motion was adopted.

Richard DiPentima moved to recommend to the selectmen
that they develop job descriptions for all of our town employees
that are appointed, outlining duties, responsibilities, and qualifi-
cations for the positions.

Mrs. Clark noted that many of the positions are covered by
state statute.

Mrs. Spires asked which jobs were covered by statute. Mrs.
Clark responded that the only jobs which were not would be that
of Administrative Assistant and some part-time positions.

Mrs. Spires noted that it had been mentioned earlier that many
of the salaries were based upon merit and asked what limitations
there would be on someone new who ran for and was elected to an
office. Mrs. Clark responded that this was a major problem with
elected positions; the salaries could not be changed.

Mrs. Spires suggested that qualifications, job requirements
should be drawn up: Mrs. Clark responded that this could not be



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done for elected officials. She recognized this as a major
problem.

This motion was adopted.

Chief Burke moved to adjourn. This motion was seconded by
Mr. Dennis.

The 1985 Town meeting was adjourned at 10:55 p.m.

On March 20, 1985 a motion for rehearing was submitted to
the Board of Selectmen concerning the Zoning Ballot which was
presented to the voters on March 12, 1985.

The motion was submitted by the selectmen to Town Counsel
and a public hearing on the motion was held at the Lee Town Hall
on Tuesday, April 9, 1985.

The result of the public hearing by the Board of Selectmen
being that the following amendments were set aside to be
returned to the Planning Board for the proper hearing and notice
and to be presented again to the Lee Voters: Amendments num-
bered 5, 6, 9, 10, 11, and 17 will not be enforced by the selectmen.

Penelope A. Stetson

Town Clerk

Lee, New Hamps hire



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MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL TOWN MEETING

MAY 28, 1985

The Special Town Meeting for the Town of Lee, New Hampshire
was called to order at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, May 28, 1985 at the
Mast Way School by the Town Moderator, Dale Swanson.

Present at the meeting were two members of the Board of
Selectmen, Shirley Clark and Joseph Ford. The Official Warrant
was read by the Moderator. It was noted by the Moderator that
this warrant is pursuant to a petition in order at the Strafford
County Superior Court which is filed for a special town meeting
pursuant to RSA 31:5 dated and authorized by the Superior Court
on May 13, 1985. The warrant has been published and posted as
required.

ARTICLE I: To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board
of Selectmen to act as Trustees or Agents of the Town to receive
from the Trustees of the Trust Funds, pursuant to RSA 35:3 and
15, a sum not to exceed thirty thousand dollars ($30,000) and to
expend such sums for the lease/purchase of a new dump truck for
the highway department.

Article I was moved by Mrs. Clark and seconded by Mr. Ford.

Mrs. Clark explained that as he had been discussed at the
March Town Meeting, Randy Stevens had agreed to become a
full time agent for the Town of Lee. This created a need for a new
dump truck, Stevens' truck being too old for full time use. After-
investigation it was found that a Ford truck could be obtained on
the State bid for $46,456. This would include the dump body, the
wing and plow with special strong springs and a few other neces-
sary modifications.

Methods of financing had been explored by the Selectmen and
it was found that a five year lease purchase agreement from
BankEast could be obtained for a percentage rate of 11.88 or a
total interest cost of $10,967.56. A four year lease purchase
agreement would be at interest rate of 11.6% or total interest cost
of $9,567. This was at a municipal rate.



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Since in either case, substantial interest costs would be
incurred, it was agreed that the best method of financing would
be as follows:

$30,000 from the Capital Reserve Fund for highway

Equipment

$15,000 from the surplus highway budget for the 1984-85

year

$4,500 from the appropriation for the plow and wing in the

year 1985 - 86 budget.

Mrs. Clark explained that the Capital Reserve Fund for high-
way equipment totaled approximately $49,500 and that due to
minimal snow plowing costs in the last winter budget, it was
estimated that a $15,000 surplus would exist.

John Wheeler, Chairman of the Budget Committee asked for
some clarification of the figures presented. He asked if there
would be an impact on future budgets or the tax rate. Mrs. Clark
responded that there would not be. All financing would be from
the 1984-86 approved budgets and from the reserve fund which had
been set aside over the past few years for this specific purpose.

There were no further questions. Article I was adopted as
moved.

ARTICLE II: To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board
of Selectmen to convey at their discretion a small parcel of land
located on Campground Road approximately Va of an acre in area
(parcel #26-02-01 on the 1984 edition of the Lee tax maps) to the
abutting landowners (Siesta Shores Campground) for considera-
tion that is equitable and just.

Article II was moved by Mr. Ford and seconded by Mrs. Clark.
A printed handout showing a map of the parcel in question was
distributed to those present.

Mr. Ford explained that the parcel under consideration was
acquired by the Town of Lee in 1896 for gravel. The gravel has
since been mined out and the Town no longer has a use for the
land. Mr. and Mrs. Poulin, owners of the Siesta Shores Camp-
ground, plan to sell the campground, retaining a three acre piece



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of land on which to build a home so that they may reside in Lee.
The V4 acre of land owned by the town effectively blocks the road
frontage on the land on which the Poulins wish to build. They
have approached the selectmen asking to purchase this parcel of
land.

Mr. Ford explained that the Selectmen are agreeable to selling
the parcel of land with two specific conditions attached:

1) That the Va acre is appraised by a professional to determine a
fair market value and to arrive at the selling price;

2) That the V4 acre be resubdivided or combined with the adja-
cent land in order to form a conforming lot of at least two acres.

There were no questions concerning Article II. The Article was
adopted as moved.

ARTICLE III: To transact any other business which may come
legally before this meeting.

Brian Burke moved to adjourn. This motion was seconded by
Mrs. Clark. The Special Town Meetng was adjourned at 7:45 p.m.

Respectfully submitted

Penelope A. Stetson

Town Clerk

Town of Lee, New Hampshire



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MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL TOWN MEETING

OCTOBER 29, 1985

The Special Town Meeting for the Town of Lee, New Hampshire
was called to order at 8:00 a.m. at the Lee Town Hall on Tuesday,
October 29, 1985 by the Town Moderator, Dale Swanson. The
polls were open for voting on six amendments to the Lee Zoning
Ordinance.

Present from the Board of Selectmen were: Shirley Clark,
Joseph Ford and Wallace Dennis. Also present were Town Clerk,
Penelope Stetson and Deputy Town Clerk, Donna Eisenhard.
Ballot Clerks were sworn in: David Allan, Suzanne Derocchi,
Claire Webb, George Webb; Supervisors of the Checklist: Natalie
Allan, Hazel Walden, and Joan Seeley.

Article I was moved by Mrs. Clark and Seconded by Mr. Ford.
Results of balloting were as follows:

1. Are you in favor of Amendment #1 as proposed by the Lee
Planning Board for the Lee Zoning Ordinance as follows:

Amending Article II by deletion of the current definition of Var-
iance (Dimensional) and Variance (Use) and substituting the
following:

Variance A deviation from the terms of the Ordinance, not oth-
erwise permitted which may be granted by the Zoning Board of
Adjustment pursuant to its discretionary powers, where the
Board finds that the granting of such variance will do substantial
justice and the intent of the ordinance will still be observed. The
Board of Adjustment may in such cases grant a variance only
where such literal enforcement would result in unnecessary
hardship to the applicant. In order to support such a variance it
must be found:

(1) That no diminution in value of surrounding properties will
occur;

(2) That its denial would result in unnecessary hardship to the
owner seeking it;



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(3) That special conditions exist which distinguish the property
from other similarly restricted property in the area and create
such unnecessary hardship;

(4) That by granting the variance substantial justice would be
done;

(5) That the change will not be contrary to the spirit of the
Ordinance.

A variance for non-residential use is subject to site review by the
Planning Board?

Yes: 74 No: 23

2. Are you in favor of Amendment #2 as proposed by the Lee
Planning Board for the Lee Zoning Ordinance as follows:

Amending Article III Section E(3) by adding the following: Any
waste water disposal system which is not expressly prohibited
within the Town of Lee by Ordinance, may be considered accep-
table if such system meets state requirements?

Yes: 84 No: 12

3. Are you in favor of Amendment #3 as proposed by the Lee
Planning Board for the Lee Zoning Ordinance as follows:

Amending Article III Section I pertaining to the Shoreline Con-
servation District by the deletion of Section (2) and adding the
following:

(2) Within this district, the following restrictions shall apply
(except where otherwise permitted or required by State or Federal
regulations):

a. There shall be no permanent or temporary dwellings or other
structures established with the exception of structures necessary
for the housing of pumps;

b. There shall be no roads, driveways or parking areas;

c. There shall be no waste water disposal systems;



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d. There shall be no excavation or filling unless approved by the
Planning Board (review by the Conservation Commission will
be requested.)

(3) Within this district, the following uses are permitted:

a. wells

b. unpaved footpaths;

c. dry hydrants if necessary?

(The remainder of this Article shall be renumbered sequentially.)

Yes: 69 No: 27

4. Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment #4 as proposed
by the Lee Planning Board for the Lee Zoning Ordinance as
follows:

Amending Article IV pertaining to the residential zone by delet-
ing Section B(l) and substituting the following:

(1) All lots used to for residential purposes shall contain at least
85,000 square feet with a minimum frontage of two hundred fifty
(250) feet. However, a building housing any permitted use may be
constructed on a lot of record at the time of this ordinance if
setback and other requirements can be met and provided that the
lot meets the soil requirements for the installation of a waste
water disposal system as outlined in Article V Section N of the
Lee Building Regulations Ordinance and amendments thereto.

Any vacant lot that does not meet minimum size and frontage
requirements and is contiguous to another lot or lots in the same
ownership, shall be combined with the contiguous lot(s) prior to
sale or development so as to make a conforming or a more nearly
conforming lot(s).

Yes: 67 No: 31



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

Amending Article IV pertaining to residential zone by adding
the following:

(3) Any existing part-time residence which is to be used between
October 1 and April 1 in any given calendar year is to be consi-
dered a year round dwelling. No such use shall be made unless
the lot meets the soil requirements for the installation of a waste
water disposal system as outlined in Article V Section N of the
Lee Building Regulation Ordinance and Amendments thereto?

Yes: 72 No: 26

6. Are you in favor of the adoption of amendment #6 as proposed
by the Lee Planning Board for the Lee Zoning Ordinance as
follows:

Amending the Ordinance by the deletion of Article III Section F
and substituting an Article exclusively pertaining to the control
of the erection, installation and maintenance of signs within the
Town of Lee. (This article is posted in its entirety in the voting
booths.)?

Yes: 69 No: 29

The polls were closed and the Town Meeting adjourned at 7:00
p.m.

Respectfully submitted,

Penelope A. Stetson

Town Clerk, Town of Lee, New Hampshire



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SCHEDULE OF TOWN PROPERTY
As of June 30, 1985

Description Value

Town Hall, Lands & Building $116,700.00

Furniture & Equipment 15,000.00

Library, Land & Building 56,500.00

Furniture & Equipment 20,000.00

Police Department, Lands & Buildings 41,900.00

Equipment 25,000.00

Fire Department, Land & Building 92,800.00

Equipment 125,000.00

Highway Department, shed 12,000.00

Equipment 90,000.00

Materials & Supplies 6,000.00

Parks, Commons & Playgrounds 27,400.00

Recycling Center (land & buildings) 123,000.00

Historical Building 25,400.00

Lands Acquired thru Tax Collector's Deeds

Land (9.7 acres) 15,800.00

Land (3.0 acres) 4,500.00

Land (1.0 acres) 10,000

Land (7.0 acres) 20,000

TOTAL $827,000.00



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SUMMARY OF INVENTORY

1985 Assessing Year

Land $16,476,650.00

Buildings 33,587,600.00

Mobile Homes 1,341,100.00

TOTAL VALUATIONS
BEFORE EXEMPTIONS 51,405,350.00

Elderly Exemptions (244,500.00)

NET ASSESSED VALUATION ON WHICH
THE 1985 TAX RATE WAS SET $51,160,850.00

Tax rate per $1,000 assessed valuation: $30.70
(Town 3.24, County 3.44, School 24.02)

Gross property taxes assessed $ 1,570,638.06

Less veterans' exemptions (11,650.00)

Resident Tax Warrant 16,080.00

TOTAL WARRANTS $ 1,575,068.06

Added Taxes

Property Taxes $ 21,549.16

Resident Taxes 1,740.00

TOTAL ADDED WARRANTS $ 23,289.16

GRAND TOTAL OF WARRANTS

COMMITTED TO TAX COLLECTOR $ 1,598,357.22

AUDITOR'S CERTIFICATE

October 15, 1985

We have examined the accounts of the Selectmen, the
Treasurer, Library Trustees, Town Clerk, Tax Collector, Trustees
of the Trust Funds, Road Agent and Building Inspector and find
them to be correct to the best of our knowledge and belief.

Respectfully submitted,

Diane Spires
Beryle Banks
Auditors, Town of Lee



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SELECTMEN'S REPORT OF EXPENDITURES
For Fiscal Year July 1, 1984 Through June 30, 1985

501 TOWN OFFICERS' SALARIES

Selectmen $ 3,000.00

Treasurer 3,000.00

Town Clerk/Tax Collector 14,500.00

Deputy Town Clerk/Tax Collector 6,821.46

Auditors 400.00

TOTAL $27,721.46

This budget item was overexpended by $621.46.

502 TOWN OFFICERS' EXPENSES

Administrative Assistant $18,000.00

Secretarial 3,031.30

Postage and mailings 1,735.08

Office supplies 1,817.76

Telephone 1,753.25

Releases and redemptions 362.50

Resource materials and workshops 486.24

Tax map update 589.60

Equipment maintenance 694.68

Travel, conference, and dues 776.03

Legal notices 19.45

Equipment purchase 930.00

Miscellaneous 73.25

TOTAL $30,269.14

This budget item was overexpended by $169.14.

503 ELECTION AND REGISTRATION

Town Meeting (reg. and special) $4,408.47

Town Report 4,486.44

Postage and office supplies 435.92

Secretarial/mileage 505.15

Miscellaneous 50.25

TOTAL $9,886.23

This budget item was overexpended by $2,386.23 due mostly to the costs of special
town meetings.



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504 TOWN HALL AND OTHER BUILDINGS

Heating fuel (4,769.1 gals.) $5,250.28

Janitorial 947.05

Electricity 1,862.54

Cleaning supplies 610.25

Repairs to buildings 473.90

TOTAL $9,144.02

505 CONTINGENCY FUND

Water Resource Action Project $ 689.00

No parking signs 1,193.90

Copy machine purchase 1,000.00

TOTAL $2,882.90

506 PROPERTY APPRAISAL

Maintenance Agreement $2,193.00

Property tax bills 1,440.90

Appraisal work 2,532.02

TOTAL $6,165.92

This budget item was overexpend by $665.92

510 POLICE DEPARTMENT

Chiefs salary $22,500.00

Secretarial 6,779.25

Specials' wages 29,705.24

Cruiser maintenance 3,045.27

Gasoline 4,252.36

Equipment purchase 2,333.98

Telephone 3,609.97

Radio repairs 828.04

Office suppHes 2,426.77

Uniforms, evidence 812.37

Electricity 635.15

Dues, conference, travel 1,218.21

TOTAL $78,146.61

This budget item was overexpended by $1,534.61.



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511 SPECIAL DUTY

Police $2,035.21

Fire 406.00

Town's share of PICA 155.87

TOTAL $2,597.08

512 FIRE DEPARTMENT

Chiefs salary $ 1,000.00

Volunteers' wages 2,903.77

Truck maintenance 2,117.62

Utihties 577.86

Equipment purchase 7,106.65

Radio repairs 560.57

Gasoline 910.74

Repairs to physical plant 399.21

Office supplies/dues 224.15

Telephone 127.20

Heating fuel 1,137.41

Miscellaneous 37.12

TOTAL $17,102.30

This budget item was overexpended by $52.30

513 PLANNING AND ZONING

Planning Assistant $4,639.71

Office supplies/travel 1,939.84

Legal notices 972.63

Recording fees 486.20

Mailing costs 1,509.81

TOTAL $9,548.19

This budget item was overexpended by $2,348.19. $1,895.50 of the
amount expended is returned to the Town through fees paid. See
Treasurer's Report.

515 INSURANCE

Health insurance $ 2,377.81

Workers' compensation 6,293.00

Public officials' Uability 238.00

Fire and liability 500.00

Bonds 571.00

Fleet policy 6,662.00

TOTAL $16,641.81



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516 DOG CARE

Car repairs $320.09

Dog care 333.00

Tags and supplies 138.04

TOTAL $791.13

In fiscal '85, licensing fees for dogs generated $1,730.20 in revenue for the town.
See Town Clerk's report

517 CONSERVATION COMMISSION

Office supplies $ 50.00

Annual appropriation 1,500.00

TOTAL $1,550.00

520 HEALTH DEPARTMENT

Newmarket Health Center $ 600.00

Oyster River Home Health 2,950.00

Durham Ambulance 4,144.00

Health Officer's salary 250.00

TOTAL $7,944.00

522 RECYCLING CENTER

Operator's wages $5,787.25

Grounds maintenance 769.98

Repairs to equipment 1,490.34

Utilities ." 519.53

Hauling of container 1,860.67

TOTAL $10,427.77

523 LAMPREY REGIONAL SOLID WASTE

1226.66 tons @ $17.00 $20,853.22

TOTAL $20,853.22



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525 TOWN ROAD MAINTENANCE

Labor $ 1,825.24

Tree removal 1,500.00

Hired equipment 18,205.60

Materials 9,389.09

Asphalt , 26,292.12

Dump Truck 15,000.00

TOTAL $72,212.05

527 GENERAL EXPENSES OF THE HIGHWAY

Shop Time $ 204.20

Parts 4,634.42

Fuel oil 385.84

Gas/Electricity 363.62

TOTAL $ 5,588.08

The remaining balance of the highway accounts ($12,199.89) has been held over
to fiscal '86 to absorb some of the expense of the salary of a full time road agent.

528 ADDITIONAL HIGHWAY SUBSIDY

Labor $ 207.99

Hired equipment 3,634.70

Materials 593.25

Asphalt 2,000.31

TOTAL $6,436.25

As of June 30, 1985, there remained a balance in this account of $4,015.36.

530 LIBRARY

Librarian's wages $ 4,308.78

Assistant Librarian 2,701.13

Quarterly payments 5,569.15

Miscellaneous 355.94

TOTAL $12,935.00

531 OLD AGE ASSISTANCE

Mandated costs $1,236.45

TOTAL $1,236.45

532 TOWN POOR

General relief $ 3,702.14

TOTAL $3,702.14

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MEMORIAL DAY

535 AND OTHER CELEBRATIONS

Flags $ 75.00

TOTAL $ 75.00

536 RECREATION

Oyster River Youth Association $3,222.00

Repairs to facilities 185.00

Care of grounds 187.92

Miscellaneous 30.00

TOTAL $3,624.92

The remaining balance of this appropriation ($784.59) has been held over to fiscal
'86 to help defray the costs of repairs to facilities. See Balance Sheet; Other
Liabilities.

538 CEMETERIES

Wages $2,893.86

Gas and oil 154.97

Tree removal 900.00

Equipment repairs 427.84

Mileage 351.83

Miscellaneous and dues 262.70

TOTAL $4,991.20

Some of the expenditures for the cemeteries is reimbursed to the Town from the
cemetery trust funds. See Treasurer's Report and the Report of the Trustees of the
Trust Funds.

540 LEGAL EXPENSES

Lee Homes case $16,561.39

Legal Services 5,847.05

TOTAL $22,408.44

$2,556.88 of the amount expended had been carried over from fiscal '84; See
Balance Sheet, Other Liabilities, Town Report for year ending June 30, 1984. The
court costs for the Lee Homes case were reimbursed to the Town per a court order.

541 REGIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
Strafford Regional

Planning Commission $1,429.00

Durham Dispatch Center 5,196.00

Strafford Community Action 500.00

TOTAL $7,125,00

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542 TAXES BOUGHT BY THE TOWN

1985 tax sale on the '84 Levy $92,006.23

TOTAL $92,006.23

DISCOUNTS, ABATEMENTS

543 AND REFUNDS

Resident tax overpayments $ 32.00

Auto registration refunds 1,904.00

Property tax overpayments 1,387.88

Yield tax bonds 1,804.50

TOTAL $5,128.38

544 RETIREMENT AND SOCIAL SECURITY

Town's share of PICA $ 8,792.70

Retirement 5,805.28

TOTAL $14,597.98

This budget item was over expended by $1,097.98

545 CAPITAL RESERVE

Fire equipment $10,000.00

Highway equipment 10,000.00

TOTAL $20,000.00

546 BULK GAS

Sold to other agencies $9,922.20

TOTAL $9,922.20

547 BUILDING INSPECTOR ^50 00

Salary 2^579.25

^^^^^ $3,829.25

563 LAND, BUILDINGS, AND NEW EQUIPMENT

Dump truck $17,406.76

Jaws of life 4,000

Radio 2,852.00

Police cruiser 10,500.00

TOTAL $34,758.76



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564 TOWN BUILDINGS IMPROVEMENTS

General maintenance $ 785.26

Library improvements 1,209.34

Labor costs 796.50

Equipment purchase 299.00

TOTAL $3,090.10

The remaining balance ($1,909.90) of this appropriation has been held over into
fiscal '86 for the construction of the library ramp..

571 PAYMENTS TO STATE AND COUNTY

Marriage license fees $ 377.00

Dog license fees 164.00

Strafford County payment 139,340.00

TOTAL $139,881.00

572 PAYMENTS TO SCHOOL DISTRICTS

Oyster River School District $1, 056,393.67

TOTAL $1,056,393.67



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COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF


APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES


1984-85 FISCAL YEAR








Prior Year's


Account


Appropriation


Expended Liability


Town Officers salaries


$ 27,100


$ 27,721.46


Town Officers' expenses


30,100


30,269.14


Election & Registration


7,500


9,886.23


Town Hall & Other BIdgs.


9,150


9,144.02


Contingency Fund


3,600


2,892.90


Property Appraisal


5,500


6,165.92


Police Department


76,612


78,146.61


Special Duty


14,000


2,597.08


Fire Department


17,050


17,102.30


Civil Defense


100


0.00


Planning & Zoning


7,200


9,548.19


Insurance


20,700


16,641.81


Dog Care


1,500


791.13


Conservation Commission


1,550


1,550.00


Health Department


7,783


7,944.00


Recycling Center


11,000


10,427.77


Lamprey Coop


18,598


20,853.22


Town Road Maintenance


79,000


72,212.05


General Expenses of Hgwy.


11,000


5,588.08


Additional Hgwy. Sub.




6,436.25


Library


12,935


12,935.00


Old Age Assistance


6,000


1,236.45


Town Poor


9,000


3,702.14


Memorial Day & Other Cel.


400


75.00


Recreation Commission


4,???


3,437.41 187.51


Cemeteries


5,000


4,991.20


Legal Expenses


12,000


19,852.16 2,556.28


Regional Associations


1,929


1,929.00


Dispatch


5,196


5,196.00


Retirement & Social Security


13,500


14,597.98


Payments to Capital Reserve


20,000


20,000.00


Building Inspector


2,000


3,829.25


Bulk Gas


7,500


9,922.20


Interest on Temp. Loans


3,000


0.00


Land, BIdgs., New Equipment


48,100


34,758.76



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Town Buildings Imprvmnts. 5,000 3,090.10

TOTALS $504,825 $475,470.81

In addition to the amount expended, the following has been obligated and carried over
into fiscal 1986 (See Balance Sheet, Special Appropriations and Other Liabilities):
Highways funds $ 12,199.87

Recreation Commission 784.59

Radio purchase 748.00

Town Buildings Imprvmnts. 1,909.90

TOTAL $ 15,642.36

Hence, the surplus in the appropriations budget is $13,711.83:


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