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$504,825.00 Total appropriations

-491,113.17 Expended and/or obligated

13,711.83 Surplus in appropriations budget



55



SUMMARY OF PAYMENTS

ACCOUNT NO. AMOUNT EXPENDED

501 Town Officers' Salaries $ 27,721.46

502 Town Officers' Expenses 30,269.14

503 Election & Registration 9,886.23

504 Town Hall & Other Bldgs 9,144.02

505 Contingency Fund 2,892.90

506 Property Appraisal 6,165.92

510 Police Department 78,146.61

511 Special Duty 2,597.08

512 Fire Department 17,102.30

513 Planning & Zoning 9,548.19

514 Civil Defense 0.00

515 Insurance 16,641.81

516 Dog Care 791.13

517 Conservation Commission 1,550.00

520 Health Department 7,944.00

522 RecycHng Center 10,427.77

523 Lamprey Regional Solid Waste 20,853.22

525 Town Road Maintenance 72,212.05

527 General Expenses of Highway 5,588.08

528 Additional Highway Subsidy 6,436.25

530 Library 12,935.00

531 Old Age Assistance 1,236.45

532 Town Poor 3,702.14

535 Memorial Day & Other Celebrations 75.00

536 Recreation Commission 3,624.92

538 Cemeteries 4,991.20

540 Legal Expenses 22,408.44

541 Regional Associations 7,125.00

542 Tkxes bought by the Town 92,006.23

543 Discounts, Abatements & Refunds 5,128.38

544 Retirement & Social Security 14,597.98

545 Capital Reserve 20,000.00

546 Bulk Gas 9,922.20

547 Building Inspector 3,829.25

551 Interest on Temporary Loans 0.00

563 Land, Buildings, New Equipment 34,758.76

564 Town Buildings Improvements 3,090.10

571 Payments to State & County 139,881.00

572 Payments to School District 1,056,393.67

TOTAL $1,771,623.88

56



TREASURER'S REPORT
FOR FISCAL YEAR 1984- 1985

Cash on hand, July 1, 1984 $ 378,287.49

Received from Town Clerk

Motor vehicle permits $ 114,543.00

Dog Licenses 1,730.20

Marriage Licenses 580.00

Dump Permits 131.00

Copies Vitals 69.21

Misc. fees 17.00

FiHng fees 4.00

Title fees 614.00

UCC fees 609.20

$ 118,297.61

Received from Tax Collector:

1985 property taxes $ 180,591.60

1985 resident taxes 6,610.00

1985 current use change tax 12,620.00

1985 yield taxes 569.09

$ 199,940.69

1984 property taxes $ 930,279.43

1984 resident taxes 12,110.00

1984 current use change tax 4,274.13

1984 resident tax penalties 185.00

1984 yield taxes 3,343.88

1984 interest on property taxes 16,316.63

1984 redemptions (property taxes) 33,613.50

1984 redemptions, interest & costs 653.69

$1,000,776.26

1983 resident taxes $ 150.00

1983 resident tax penalties 15.00

1983 redemptions (property taxes) 58,203.83

1983 redemptions, interest & costs 6,871.83

$ 65,240.66

1982 yield taxes $ 69.00

1982 redemptions (property taxes) 40,057.94

1982 redemptions, interest & costs 12,521.64

$ 52,521.64
57



Received from Selectmen's Office:

Yield tax bonds $ 407.50

Use of copier 766.70

Gasoline sold 4,993.99

Refunds & adjustments 2,483.28

Bldg. permits, fines, filing fees 7,197.50

Septic system permits 455.00

Income from departments 3,517.68

Interest on deposits 22,600.64

Sale of glass 218.75

National Bank stock 12.00

Gift from J. Smith Grange 500.00

$ 43,153.04

Received from the State of New Hampshire:

Business profits tax $ 38,652.88

Highway Block grant 31,096.15

State revenue distribution 40,347.38

$ 110,096.41

Treasurer's transactions

Revenue sharing $ 10,442.07

$ 10,442.07

TOTAL INCOME $1,978,755.07

TOTAL EXPENSES 1,771,623.88

CASH ON HAND June 30, 1985 $ 207,131.99

Respectfully submitted.
Fa ye Keniston, Treasurer
Town of Lee



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TOWN OF LEE. N.H.

TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT

FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1985

-DR.-

Levies of:

Uncollected Taxes — 1982

Beginning of Fiscal Year 1985 1984 1983 Prior

Property Taxes $258,644.46 $ -0- $ -0-

Resident Taxes 11,900.00 430.00 -0-

National Bank Stock Taxes ... -0- -0- -0-

Land Use Change Taxes -0- -0- -0-

Yield Taxes -0- -0- 69.00

Sewer Rents -0- -0- -0-

Taxes Committed to Collector:

Property Taxes $678,283.63 $673,899.16 -0- -0-

Resident Taxes 16,080.00 -0- -0- -0-

National Bank Stock Taxes ... -0- -0- -0-

Land Use Change Taxes 13,210.00 4,619.13 -0- -0-

Yield Taxes 590.09 3,343.88 -0- -0-

Added Taxes:

Property Taxes -0- 45,139.42 -0- -0-

Resident Taxes 120.00 1,210.00 -0- -0-

Overpayments:

a/c Property Taxes 173.88 168.34 -0- -0-

a/c Resident Taxes -0- -0- -0-

a/c Yield taxes 102.00 -0- -0- -0-

Interest Collected on Delinquent

Property Taxes: -0- 16,316.63 -0- -0-

Penalties Collected

on Resident Taxes: -0- 185.00 15.00 -0-

TOTAL DEBITS $708,559.60 $1,015,426.02 $445.00 $69.00

-CR.-

Remittances to Treasurer During Fiscal Year:

Property Taxes $180,591.60 $930,279.43 -0- -0-

Resident Taxes 6,160.00 12,110.00 150.00 -0-

National Bank Stock Taxes ... -0- -0- -0- -0-

Yield Taxes 569.09 3,343.88 -0- 69.00

Sewer Rents -0- -0- -0- -0-

Land Use Change Taxes 12,620.00 4,274.13 -0- -0-

Interest Collected

During Year -0- 16,316.63 -0- -0-

Penaities on Resident Taxes ... -0- 185.00 15.00 -0-



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Discounts Allowed:

Abatements Made During Year:

Property Taxes 425.96 47,571.95 -0- -0-

Resident Taxes -0- 140.00 280.00 -0-

Yield Taxes -0- -0- -0- -0-

Land Use Change 590.00 345.00 -0- -0-

Uncollected Taxes-
End of Fiscal Year:

(As Per Collector's List)

Property Taxes 497,439.95 -0- -0- -0-

Resident Taxes 10,040.00 860.00 -0- -0-

National Bank Stock Taxes ... -0- -0- -0- -0-

Yield Taxes 123.00 -0- -0- -0-

Land Use Change -0- -0- -0- -0-^

TOTAL CREDITS $708,559.60 $1,015,426.02 $ 445.00 $ 69.00

SUMMARY OF TAX SALES ACCOUNTS

FISCAL YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1985

-DR.-

Tax Sales on Account of Levies Of

Previous
1984 1983 1982 Years

Balance of Unredeemed Taxes-
Beginning Fiscal Year 7/1/84 $90,642.57 $40,925.65 -0-

Taxes Sold To Town During

Current Fiscal Year** 92,006.23 -0- -0- -0-

Interest Collected After Sale .. . 345.60 6,180.88 11,915.30 -0-

Redemption Costs 307.99 690.95 479.40 -0-

TOTAL DEBITS $92,659.82 $97,514.40 53,320.35



-CR.-
Remittances to Treasurer During Year:

Redemptions $33,613.60 58,203.83 $40,057.94

Interest & Costs After Sale ... 653.59 6,871.83 12,394.70

Abatements During Year -0- 50.00 -0-

Deeded To Town

During Year 336.41 905.77 867.71

Unredeemed Taxes —

End of Fiscal Year 58,056.22 31,482.97 -0-

Unremitted Cash -0- -0- -0- -0-



TOTAL CREDITS $92,659.82 $97,514.40 $53,320.35



*These sums represent the total of Unredeemed Taxes, as of July 1, 1 984 from Tax Sales
held in Previous Fiscal Years.

**Amount of Tax Sale(s) held during current fiscal year, including total amount of taxes,
interest and costs to date of sale(s).



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TOWN OF LEE. N.H.
TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT

INTERIM REPORT ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1985

-DR.-

Levies Of:
Uncollected Taxes— Prior

Beginning of Fiscal Year 1985 1984 1983 1982



Property Taxes $ 497,439.95 $ -0- $

Resident Taxes 10,040.00 870.00

National Bank Stock Taxes -0- -0-

Land Use Change Taxes -0- -0-

Yield Taxes 123.00 -0-

Sewer Rents -0-

Taxes Committed to Collector:

Property Taxes $ 880,704.43 $ -0- $

Resident Taxes -0- -0-

National Bank Stock Taxes -0- -0-

Land Use Change Taxes 40,405.00 -0-

Yield Taxes 1,176.70 -0-

Sewer Rents -0- -0-

Added Taxes:

Property Taxes 44,849.71 -0-

Resident Taxes 1,460.00 -0-

-0-

Overpayments:

a/c Property Taxes 212.40 -0-

a/c Resident Taxes 30.00 -0-

Interest Collected on Delinquent

Property Taxes: 2,358.10 -0-

Penalties Collected on Resident Taxes: 69.00 4.00



TOTAL DEBITS $1,478,868.29 $874.00



-CR.-

Remittances to Treasurer During Fiscal Year:

Property Taxes $1,090,307.26 $ -0-

Resident Taxes 9,410.00 40.00

National Bank Stock Taxes -0- -0-

Yield Taxes 203.00 -0-

Sewer Rents -0- -0-

Land Use Change Taxes 31,605.00 -0-

Interest Collected During Year 2,358.10 -0-

Penalties on Resident Taxes 69.00 4.00

Discounts Allowed: -0- -0-



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Abatements Made During Year:

Property Taxes

Resident Taxes

Yield Taxes

Sewer Rents

Uncollected Taxes-As Of 12/31/85

(As Per Collector's List)

Property Taxes

Resident Taxes

National Bank Stock Taxes . . .

Yield Taxes

Land Use Change Taxes

TOTAL CREDITS



44,521.91




210.00


820.00


-0-




-0-




288,377.32


-0-


1,910.00


10.00


-0-




1,096.70




8,800.00




$1,478,868.29


$874.00



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TOWN OF LEE. N.H.
SUMMARY OF TAX SALES ACCOUNTS

INTERIM REPORT DECEMBER 31, 1985

-DR.-

Tax Sales on Account of Levies Of

Previous
1984 1983 1982 Years

Balance of Unredeemed Taxes-
Beginning Fiscal Year* $58,056.22 $31,482.97 $ $

Taxes Sold To Town During

Current Fiscal Year** -0- -0-

Interest Collected After Sale 1,846.15 4,631.08

Redemption Costs 316.09 270.32



TOTAL DEBITS $60,218.46 $36,384.37 $



-CR.-
Remittances to Treasurer During Year:

Redemptions $22,669.31 $18,781.70

Interest & Costs After Sale 2,162.24 4,901.40

Abatements During Year -0- -0-

Deeded To Town During Year .... -0- -0-

Unredeemed Taxes-
End of Fiscal Year 35,386.91 12,701.27

Unremitted Casfi -0- -0-



TOTAL CREDITS $60,218.46 $36,384.37 $



63



FINANCIAL REPORT

for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1985
BALANCE SHEET

ASSETS



Cash:

All funds in custody of treasurer $

In hands of officials

Petty Cash (Town Clerk/Tax

Collector's Office)

Conservation Commission

Revenue Sharing

TOTAL CASH

Capital Reserve Funds:

Solid Waste Disposal

Fire Equipment

Highway Dept. Equipment

TOTAL

Accounts Due to Town

Capital Reserve/ Highway Trust

Gasoline Sold

Cemetery Care

TOTAL

Unredeemed Taxes: (for tax sale on
account of)

Levy of 1983 $

Levy of 1982 _

TOTAL $

Uncollected Taxes: (including all taxes)
Levy of 1984 _$

TOTAL $

Total Assets $

GRAND TOTAL $

Fund Balance— June 30, 1984 $

Fund Balance— June 30, 1985

Change in Financial Condition



207,131.99



152.50
15,072.69
32,928.17

$ 255,285.35



$ 20,614.86
20,927.73
27,863.68

$ 69,406.27



30,000.00
1,021.00
5,841.74

36,862.74



58,056.22
31,482.97

89,539.19



860.00
860.00

451,953.55
451,953.55
143,478.43
115,481.93
(27,996.50)



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LIABILITIES

Accounts Owed by the Town:
Unexpended Balances of

Special Appropriations $ 6,673.25

Unexpended Revenue Sharing Funds 32,928.17

Conservation Commission 15,072.69

Other liabilities 12,984.46

Property Taxes Collected

in Advance 199,766.81

TOTAL $ 267,425.39

Capital Reserve Funds:

Solid Waste Disposal $ 20,614.86

Fire Equipment 20,927.73

Highway Dept. Equipment 27,863.68

TOTAL $ 69,406.27

Total Liabilities $ 336,831.66

Fund Balance — Current Surplus +115,121.89

GRAND TOTAL $451,953.55

RECEIPTS
FROM LOCAL TAXES:

Property Taxes -Current Year- 1984 $ 930,719.43

Property Taxes - Collected in Advance 180,591.60

Resident Taxes-Current Year-1984 12,110.00

Resident Taxes -Collected in Advance 6,160.00

National Bank Stock Taxes -

Current Year 1984 12.00

Yield Taxes -Current Year- 1984 3,343.88

Property Taxes and Yield Taxes —

Previous Years 69.00

Resident Taxes -Previous Years 150.00

Land Use Change Tax 4,274.13

Interest Received on Delinquent Taxes 16,303.17

Penalties: Resident Taxes 200.00

Tax sales redeemed 151,368.95

Land Use Change & Yield Taxes

Collected in Advance 13,189.05

TOTAL TAXES COLLECTED

& REMITTED $1,318,491.25



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INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUES:

Shared Revenue $ 40,347.38

Highway Block Grant 31,096.15

Business Profits 38,652.88

TOTAL
INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUES ... $ 110,096.41

LICENSES AND PERMITS:

Motor Vehicle Permit Fees $ 114,543.00

Dog Licenses 1,730.20

Business Licenses, Permits &
Filing Fees 7,319.20

TOTAL LICENSES & PERMITS $ 123,592.40

CHARGES FOR SERVICES

Income from Departments $ 3,473.15

Special Duty 3,387.68

Sale of Gasoline 4,993.99

TOTAL CHARGE FOR SERVICES $ 11,854.82

MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES

Interest on Deposits $ 22,600.64

TOTAL
MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES $ 22,600.64

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES

Revenue Sharing Entitlement Fund 10,442.07

TOTAL
OTHER FINANCING SOURCES $ 10,442.07

NON-REVENUE RECEIPTS

Yield Tax Security Deposits 407.50

Refunds 2,483.24

Gifts 500.00

TOTAL

NON-REVENUE RECEIPTS $ 3,390.79

TOTAL RECEIPTS

FROM ALL SOURCES 1,600,468.38

Cash on Hand July 1, 1984 378,287.49

GRAND TOTAL $1,978,755.87



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PAYMENTS

GENERAL GOVERNMENT:

Town Officers' Salaries $ 27,721.46

Town Officers' Expenses 30,269.14

Election & Registration Expenses 9,886.23

General Government Buildings 9,144.02

Reappraisal of Property 6,165.92

Planning and Zoning 9,548.19

Legal Expenses 22,408.44

Advertising and

Regional Association 1,929.00

Contingency Fund 2,892.90

TOTAL GENERAL

GOVERNMENTAL EXPENSES $ 120,965.30

PUBLIC SAFETY

Police Department 78,146.61

Fire Department 17,102.30

Building Inspection 3,829.25

Special Duty 2,597.08

TOTAL PUBLIC SAFETY

EXPENSES $ 101,675.24

HIGHWAYS, STREETS, BRIDGES

Town Maintenance 72,212.05

General Highway Department

Expenses 5,588.08

Highway Subsidy (additional) 6,436.25

TOTAL HIGHWAY & BRIDGES

EXPENSES $ 84,236.38

SANITATION

Solid Waste Disposal $ 10,427.77

Lamprey Regional 20,853.22

TOTAL SANITATION EXPENSES $ 31,280.99

HEALTH

Health Department $ 250.00

Hospitals & Ambulances 4,744.00

Animal Control 791.13

Visiting Nurses 2,950.00

TOTAL HEALTH EXPENSES $ 8,735.13



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WELFARE

General Assistance $ 3,702.14

Old Age Assistance 1,236.45

TOTAL WELFARE EXPENSES $ 3,938.59

CULTURE & RECREATION

Library $ 12,935.00

Parks and Recreation 3,624.92

Patriotic Purposes 75.00

Conservation Commission 1,550.00

TOTAL CULTURE &

RECREATIONAL EXPENSES $ 18,184.92

CAPITAL OUTLAY

Police Radios & Cruiser $ 13,352.00

Dump Truck (special twn mtg) 17,406.76

Jaws of Life 4,000.00

Town Buildings Improvements 3,090.10

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY $ 37,848.86

OPERATING TRANSFERS OUT

Payments to Capital Reserve Funds

Highway Equipment $ 10,000.00

Fire Equipment 10,000.00

Dispatch 5,196.00

TOTAL OPERATING TRANSFERS

OUT $ 25,196.00

MISCELLANEOUS
FICA Retirement & Pension

Contributions 14,597.98

Insurance 16,641.81

Cemeteries 4,991.20

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS

EXPENSES $ 36,230.00

UNCLASSIFIED

Taxes Bought by Town $ 92,006.23

Discounts, Abatements and Refunds 5,128.38

Bulk Gas 9,922.20

TOTAL UNCLASSIFIED

EXPENSES $ 107,056.81



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PAYMENTS TO OTHER

GOVERNMENTAL DIVISIONS
Pajonent to State a/c

Dog License & Marriage License Fees 541.00

Taxes Paid to County 139,340.00

Payment to School Districts 1,056,393.67

TOTAL PAYMENTS TO OTHER

GOVERNMENTAL DIVISIONS $1,196,274.67

TOTAL PAYMENTS

FOR ALL PURPOSES 1,771,623.88

Cash on hand June 30, 1985 207,131.99

GRAND TOTAL $1,978,754.87



69



REVENUE SHARING REPORT

Fiscal Year July 1, 1984 to June 30, 1985

Revenue Sharing Fund Balance July 1, 1984 $26,088.25

Receipts: 1st quarter $4,925

2nd quarter 4,928

3rd quarter 2,833

4th quarter 2,833

Refund/overpayment 18

15,537.00
Interest earned 1,744.99

TOTAL 43,370.24

Appropriations for 84-85 and 85-86 as per town meetings

Appropriation

or Available
Item Balance Expended Balance

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

Water Resources Prot. (85/86) 10,000.00* -0- $10,000.00

Transfer Station

Operation (85/86) 5,664.18* -0- 5,664.18*

*Obligated by the '85 Town Meeting to be expended in fiscal '86.

Amount available for appropriation by the 1986

Town Meeting for use in Fiscal 1987 $17,281.99



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71



1985 ANNUAL REPORT TOWN OF LEE LIBRARY

I would like to invite all of you to come into the Town of Lee
Library and see that inside it is much larger than it looks on the
outside. Remember, you are paying taxes for a town library, and
you should know where your money is going. I would also like to
tell you what services are available. We are affiliated with the
New Hampshire State Library, and one of our privileges is that
we can borrow books that you request from them, or through
inter-library loan. This includes fiction, or non-fiction, for all ages,
on most subjects, for pleasure reading or school assignments, all
grades through college. We also have some records, and classical
records and films can be borrowed through the State Library. The
Lee Library has framed prints that can be borrowed.

From July 1, 1984 through June 30, 1985, 1881 adults and 1022
children borrowed 9373 books, 220 magazines, 38 records, and 3
patterns. We borrowed 8 books from the State Library or inter-
library loan. This number should be a lot higher, so if you need a
book— ask if we can borrow if for you. 648 books were purchased
or received as gifts. We subscribe to 13 magazines and 6 subscrip-
tions are donated. We accept gifts of books, with the understanding
that we do what we want with them. No text books, please. We
thank everyone who donated books this past year.

In the summer we had six childrens Story Hours and hosted the
"The Great Ladini", a magician. We would like more programs for
children, but need volunteers. Some interest has been shown for
programs for adults. If anyone has any ideas, please let us know.

The N.H. Public Library Standards states that any library in a
town having a population of over 2000 must be open 22 hours a
week. Starting July 1, 1986 we will be open 4 more hours a week
and on July 1, 1987, we will add 3 more hours.

The N.H. Library Spring Conference meeting and the N.H.
Library Trustees Association Meeting were attended by trustees
and/or librarians. The trustees held 9 meetings and Mrs. Mac-
Donald or Mrs. Steffen attended Four RALI meetings (cooperative
book buying), seven Oyster River Librarians meetings and 2
Forum meetings.

Pam Bishop is leaving as a trustee this year. She was very
instrumental in the planning & construction of the new addition.
This meant she spent a lot of time at meetings, on the phone and
adding and subtracting figures. She did a fine job and we thank
her very much.

Helen D. MacDonald
Librarian

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1986
LEE TOWN WARRANT



Insert 1



Insert 2



TOWN OF LEE
TOWN WARRANT
STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

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

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED TO MEET AT THE LEE
TOWN HALL ON TUESDAY, THE ELEVENTH DAY OF
MARCH, 1986 TO ACT ON THE FOLLOWING SUBJECTS:
(Polls will be open from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.)

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

2. To see if the Town will vote the changes in the Building Regulations
pertaining to compensation for the Building Inspector, terminology, mobile
home placement, application procedure, fees required, occupancy permits,
maximum number of occupants in a household, set back requirements for
wells, and underground fuel storage tanks as proposed by the Lee Planning
Board.

3. To see if the Town will vote the changes in the Zoning Ordinance per-
taining to the expansion of the commercial zone as proposed by the petition
of Ivan Fogarty and at least twenty-five (25) other registered voters, and
pertaining to fines and penalties, setback requirements for septic systems
from wetland areas, the creation of an Aquifer Conservation District,
multi-family development, land coverage in the commercial zone, and pertain-
ing to the duties of the Zoning Board of Adjustment as proposed by the

Lee Planning Board.

(Articles 4 thru 26 will be acted upon at the Mastway School on
Wednesday, the twelveth day of March, 1986 at 7:30 p.m.)

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

5. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of sixty
thousand dollars ($60,000) for the purchase of a twenty-one (21) acre tract
of land located on Wheelwright Pond and designated as parcel #11-10-09



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6. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of twelve
thousand, five hundred dollars ($12,500) for repairs and improvements to
the town buildings and attendant grounds.

7. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of eleven
thousand, six hundred dollars ($11,600) for the purchase of a used grader
($8,000) and a used wood chipper ($3,600) for the highway department.

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

9. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of two
thousand, six hundred dollars ($2,600) for a fire alarm system for the Fire
Station.

10. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of thir-
teen thousand dollars ($13,000) for the purchase of a police cruiser.

11. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of two
thousand, five hundred dollars ($2,500) for the purchase of voting booths.

12. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of one
thousand, three hundred dollars ($1,300) for the purchase of radar equip-
ment for the po lice department.

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

14. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of two
thousand, nine hundred, fifty dollars ($2,950) for the Squamscott Home
Health Association (formerly known as the Oyster River Home Health Assoc-
iation) .

15. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of eight
hundred dollars ($800) for the Newmarket Health Center.

16. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of one


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