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ANNUAL REPORTS



of the



Town Officers

of the

TOWN OF MADBURY



for the fiscal year ending



December 31, 1976



University oj

flew Hampshire

Library



ANNUAL REPORTS

of the

Town Officers

of the

TOWN OF MADBURY



for the fiscal year ending



December 3h 1976



RIDINGS PRESS, INC.
DOVER, N. H.



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TOWN OFFICERS FOR 1976



Moderator
KENNETH S. MORROW



Selectmen



JOSEPH COLE
PAUL RAYNES *
HARRY C. CHENEY JR.
JOSEPH B. MORIARTY, JR.



Term expires March 1977
Term expires March 1978
Term expires March 1977
Term expires March 1979



Town Clerk — Tax Collector
DIANE C. HODGSON

Treasurer
JOHN PRINTY



EDNATWOMBLY



Town Auditors



BARBARA HOUSTON



ETHEL HAYES
ALFRED GRIMES
GEORGIA DREW



Trustees of Trust Funds

Term expires March 1977
Term expires March 1978
Term expires March 1979



Supervisors of Check List
DANE EVANS
ELEANORE EVANS
DOROTHY WENTWORTH

Building Inspector
MARK REMICK



Term expires 1976
Term expires 1978
Term expires 1980



Overseer of Public Welfare
DOROTHY WENTWORTH



Health Officer
LEONARD EDINGTON, JR.



Fire Chief
JAMES COLPRIT

Police Chief
GEORGE TAYLOR

Police
KENNETH WOLCOTT WALDON HASKELL

CLARENCE FELKER, Dog Officer

Planning Board
NELSON BOLSTRIDGE, 1977 ROBERT SHEERAN, 1980
DAVID FERNALD, 1978 C. LANE GOSS, 1981

SYLVIA GRIMES, 1979 MARY ELLEN DUFFY, 1981

JOSEPH B. MORIARTY, Ex-Officio

Board of Adjustment
MURIEL ROGERS, 1977 SETH HAYES, 1980

ROBERT J. HODGSON, 1978 LORRAINE MORONG, 1981
BRADLEY TRAFTON, 1979 JOHN McDEVITT, Altn.

Water District

WILLIAM MORONG, 1977 MARGARET WOLCOTT, 1978

PAMELA SEAVER, 1979

School Board from Madbury
BARBARA HOUSTON '

Civil Defense
NORMAN YEATON

Recreation Commission
KENNETH MORROW, 1977 GEORGE MATTSON, 1979
ROBERT J. HODGSON, 1978 ROBERT HOUSTON, 1980

Conservation Commission
WALLACE BOTHNER, 1977 JACK METTEE, 1979
RICHARD HOUGHTON, 1978 ELEANORE EVANS, 1980
CARL WENTWORTH, 1981

*Deceased



DEDICATED TO A FAITHFUL OFFICER

OF THE TOWN OF

MADBUR Y, NE W HAMPSHIRE



Paul Mackintosh Raynes

Born in Hyde Park, Mass.

December 7, 1918

Died - May 10, 1976



Served the Town of Madbury as Selectman from 1957
until the time of his death; Tax Collector from 1951 —
1955; member of the Planning Board, Recreation
Commision and Town Bicentennial Committee; served
as deacon for the Union Congregational Church. He
owned and operated the Old Stage Campground in
Madbury and was devoted to his family and his town.



WARRANT FOR TOWN MEETING

TOWN OF MADBURY, N.H.

March 8, 1977

To the inhabitants of the Town of Madbury, County of Strafford,
and the State of New Hampshire, qualified to vote in Town Af-
fairs:

You are hereby notified to meet at the Town Hall in said Mad-
bury on Tuesday, the 8th of March, A.D. 1977, at 1:00 o'clock
in the afternoon for the purposes of voting on Articles 1 and 2,
and at 7:30 O'clock in the evening for action on Articles 3
through 16. The polls, which open at 1:00 pm for purposes of
voting on Articles 1 and 2, will close at 9:00 pm unless extended
by vote of the meeting.

ARTICLE 1. To choose the following Town Officers:
A Town Clerk for the ensuing year.
A Selectman for the ensuing three years.
A Selectman for the ensuing year.
A Treasurer for the ensuing year.
A Collector of Taxes for the ensuing year.
Two Auditors for the ensuing year.
A Trustee of Trust Funds for the ensuing three years.

ARTICLE 2. To vote on amendments to the Zoning Ordinances
and Building Regulations as printed on the Official Ballot.

ARTICLE 3. To choose all other town officers.

ARTICLE 4. To see if the town will vote to authorize the selectmen
to borrow up to the sum of $40,000.00 in anticipation of taxes.

ARTICLE 5. To see if the town will vote to raise $352.73 for
Class IV and V highways to match the sum of $2,351.52 to be
contributed by the State.



Town Warrant (cont.)

ARTICLE 6. To see if the town will vote to authorize the Selectmen
to eooperate with the Town of Durham in its Regional Incinera-
tion Feasibility Study and to raise and appropriate the sum of
$525.28 as its share of the cost of the study.

ARTICLE 7. To see if the town will vote to authorize withdrawal
from Revenue Sharing Funds, established under the provision of
the state and local Fiscal Assistance Act of 1972, the amount
of $3,000.00, to be used as follows: To improve the Town Hall
and surrounding area and provide replacement facilities in the
area for use of the town.

ARTICLE 8. To see if the town will raise and appropriate the sum
of $1,000.00 to be added to the Capital Reserve Fund for the
purpose of purchasing fire apparatus.

ARTICLE 9. To see if the town will authorize the Board of Se-
lectmen to accept and receive in the name of the town, title
deeds to land(s) adjacent to town property.

ARTICLE 10. To see if the town will raise and appropriate the sum
of $612.00 as its share for the Strafford Regional Planning Com-
mission.

ARTICLE 11. On petition of ten (10) legal voters of the town,
"to see if the town will vote to authorize that Nute Road (also
called Province Road) be designated and maintained as a scenic
road (as per RSA 253 ammended), starting at the junction of
Hayes and Nute Road and continuing on Nute Road to the Mad-
bury — Barrington line."

ARTICLE 12. To see if the Town will vote to accept and receive a
title deed for Garrison Lane, as shown on the Final and Revised
Final Plan of Subdivision; Walter W. Cheney Inc. Jabre Farm as
recorded at Register of Deeds, Strafford County. Construction -
approval has been given by the Town Road Agent and Board of
Selectmen.



Town Warrant (cont.)

ARTICLE 13. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board
of Selectmen, unanimously, to accept and receive in the name of
the Town, title deeds to subdivision roads which are Construction
— approved as required by the town and as shown on recorded
plans.

ARTICLE 14. To see what action the Town will take on the propos-
ed budget for the current year.

ARTICLE 15. To hear the reports of committees chosen, and pass
any vote relating thereto.

ARTICLE 16. To transact any other business that may legally come
before the meeting.

Given under our hands and seal the 17th day of February in the year
of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and seventy-seven.

Joseph Cole

Joseph Moriarty Jr.

Harry C. Cheney Jr.

SELECTMEN OF MADBURY, NH

\ true copy of attest: Joseph Cole

Joseph Moriarty Jr.
Harry C. Cheney Jr.
We certify that on the 17th day of February . in the year of our Lord.
one thousand nine hundred and seventy-seven we posted a cop} of
the warrant at the Town Hall, Neal Hardware and the Town Clerk's
office, being three public places in the Town of Madburv. as required
by law.

Joseph Cole

Joseph Moriart) Jr.

Harry C. Cheney Jr.

Strafford County. S.S. Town of Madburv and the State of New

Hampshire.

Personally appeared before me, tin- above named selectmen and
took the oath to the above statement.

Diane C. Hodgson
Town Clerk. Madbury



RECORD OF TOWN MEETING



March 2, 1976



To the inhabitants of the Town of Madbury, County of Strafford,
and the State of New Hampshire, qualified to vote in Town Affairs:

You are hereby notified to meet at the Town Hall in said
Madbury on Tuesday, the 2nd of March, A.D. 1976 at 7:30 o'clock
in the evening to act upon the following articles.

The polls will be open from 1:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. for voting
by ballot on Article 1 and Article 2.

ARTICLE 1. To choose the following town officers:
Town Clerk for the ensuing year, Diane C. Hodgson
Selectman for the ensuing three years, Joseph Moriarty
Treasurer for the ensuing year, John Printy
Collector of taxes for the ensuing year, Diane C. Hodgson
Two Auditors for the ensuing year, Barbara Houston and

Edna Twombly.
Trustee of Trust Funds for the ensuing three years, Georgia

Drew.

ARTICLE 2. To vote on amendments to the Zoning Ordinances
as listed on the official ballot.

ARTICLE 3. Voted that the Selectmen choose and appoint all
other Town Officers.

ARTICLE 4. Voted to authorize the selectmen to borrow up to the
sum of $40,000.00 in anticipation of taxes.

ARTICLE 5. Voted to raise $344.19 for Class IV and V highways
to match the sum of $2,294.60 to be contributed by the state.

ARTICLE 6. Voted to authorize the transfer from the Capital
Reserve Funds, Improvement of Class V Roads, the amount of
$3,000.00 to be used as necessary by the State of New Harnp 1
shire, to continue the surfacing of Freshet Road.



ARTICLE 16. It was voted to consider Article 16 at this time.
Voted to hear reports of committees chosen at 1975 meeting, and
pass any vote relating thereto.

TOWN MAPPING COMMITTEE: Presented by William Morong,
Chairman. The motion was made to accept the committee report
and continue the committee as is for the 1976. CARRIED

TOWN RECORDS COMMITTEE: Report presented by C. Lane
Goss, Chairman. The motion was made to accept the report as
read. CARRIED

TOWN HALL COMMITTEE: Presented by Eileen Corrow,
Chairman. The motion was made to accept the report and contin-
ue the committee as is for the year 1976. CARRIED

BICENTENNIAL COMMITTEE: Report presented by Jesse
James, Chairman. The motion was made to accept the report
and continue the committee as is for the year 1976. CARRIED

ARTICLE 7. Voted to authorize withdrawal from Revenue Sharing
Funds, established under the provision of the state and local
Fiscal Assistance Act of 1972, the amount of $3,000.00 to be
used for town mapping purposes as follows:

$1,000.00 for preparation and purchase of necessary current

supplies.
$2,000.00 to be deposited in Capital Reserve Fund for the town
mapping purposes.

ARTICLE 8. Voted to use $2,300.00 from the current surplus
to pay off the note of $1,500.00 issued in 1975 for the purchase
of a fire truck, jand to pay for the bills incurred for equipment
and supplies for the new truck.

ARTICLE 9. Voted to authorize the withdrawal from the Revenue

Sharing Fund, established under the provision of the state and

local Fiscal Assistance Act of 1972, for use as setoffs against

budgeted appropriations for the following priority purposes:

Appropriation Amount

Fire $1,000.00

Highway Maintenance $3,000.00



10



ARTICLE 10. Voted to authorize withdrawal of $3,000.00 from the
Revenue Sharing Fund, established under the provisions of the
state and local Fiscal Assistance Act of 1972, for the purpose of
establishing a system of waste disposal.

ARTICLE 11. Voted to raise and appropriate the sum of $612.00
as its share for the Strafford Regional Planning Commission.
By petition of three registered voters a secret ballot was held.
YES - 52 NO - 19 CARRIED

ARTICLE 12. Voted as ammended to authorize the Fire Depart-
ment to go to the aid of another city, town, village or fire depart-
ment within or without the state, for the purpose of extinguish-
ing fires therein, as provided in RSA 154:24 through RSA 154:30.
CARRIED

ARTICLE 13. Voted to authorize selectmen to sell the Internation-
al fire truck Chassis.

ARTICLE 14. Voted to express sincere appreciation and thanks
to the following children of the late John U. and Alice Boody;
Mr. & Mrs. Cecil W. Boody, Mr. & Mrs. S. Pulsifer, Mr. & Mrs.
Harry J. Bennett, Mr. & Mrs. Leon Boody, Mr. & Mrs. Daniel
Hill, Mr. & Mrs. Ralph J. Boody for the gift of the fence enclos-
ing the site of Boody Rock and adjacent burial plots, located in
the woods of DeMerritt Park.

ARTICLE 15. Voted to approve the budget as ammended. Add
$1,000.00 for the Fire Department and $612.00 for Strafford
Regional Planning Commission. Total Budget approved
$37,731.19. CARRIED

ARTICLE 17. Transact any other business that may legally come
before the meeting.

Motion made to authorize the selectmen, at a time of their choos-
ing, to accept sealed bids for the sale of the fire truck after post-
ing in three public places and advertising in a local newspaper.
The selectman may reserve the right to reject any or all bids.
CARRIED.



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ARTICLE 17 (cont.)

Fire Chief James Colprit presented a plaque to Donald Begley on
his retirement from the Fire Department after 28 years of devoted
service.

Robert Houston, Planning Board Chairman presented a report of
that committee.

The policy for the use of DeMerritt Park field was discussed. A
vote of those present indicated that the town would have no ob-
jections to the Oyster River Youth Association using* both fields
for Little League baseball during the summer.

The March 24th meeting of the water district was announced and
that Joan Schrieber was retiring from the water commission
and a new member would be elected.

Rubbish removal from the town park was discussed and the se-
lectmen will look into a suitable method.

It was verified through discussion that money realized through the
sale of "Madbury, Its People and Places" would be deposited in
the "Eloi Adams and Charles Jennison 1968 Bicentennial Fund."



The town voted an expression of appreciation and thanks to the

following Town Officers on their retirement:
Lucile Hutchins for 14 years as Town Clerk
Harry Cheney for 18 years as Selectman
Robert Houston for 15 years on the Planning Board

A standing ovation followed.

Meeting concluded at 10:00 p.m. to count ballots.
Meeting adjourned at 11:10 p.m.

Diane C. Hodgson
Deputy Town Clerk



12



BUDGET OF THE TOWN OF
MADBURY, N.H.

Approriation and Estimates of Revenue for the Ensuing Year January 1,
1977 to December 31, 1977.

SECTION 1 - APPROPRIATION



Acutal



Appropriations
Appropriations p""^:^^ Ensuing

Previous Expenditures Figca , Year

Fiscal Year £ revl ?" s 1977

Fiscal Year ( Q 8)



General Government:

Town Officers' Salaries

Town Officers' Expenses

Election & Registration Exp.

Town Hall & other Town bldgs.
Protection of Persons & Property:

Police Department

Fire Department

(Revenue Sharing $1,000.)

Conservation Commission

Insurance

Planning & Zoning

Damages & Legal Expense

Civil Defense
Health Dept.~

(Incl. Hospitals & Ambulance)

Vital Statistics

Town Dump & Garbage Removal
(Revenue Sharing $3,000.)
Town Maintenance:

Summer & Winter (Revenue
Sharing $3,000.)

Street Lighting

Town Road Aid
Public Welfare:

Town Poor

Old Age Assistance
Patriotic Purposes:

Memorial Day
Recreation:

Parks & Youth Assoc.
Public Service Enterprises:

Municipal Water— Elec. Util.

Tax Mapping (Revenue Sharing
$1,000.00)

Advertising & Reg. Assoc.
Debt. Service:

Interest on Temporary Loans
Capital Outlay:

Tax Mapping (Rev. Share
$2,000.)

Purchasing Fire Apparatus

TOTAL APPROPRIATION
Revenue Sharing $10,000.00



$



4,000.00

1,600.00

500.00


$ 3,910.92

1,459.81

445.25


$ 4,500.00

2,000.00

300.00


800.00


1,118.45


1,000.00


550.00


603.95


1,000.00


3,500.00
50.00


2,918.00


3,000.00
50.00


550.00
300.00


701.00
535.36


1,100.00
550.00


500.00


250.00


500.00


50.00




50.00


675.00


575.00


675.00


15.00


10.50


15.00


3,000.00




2,525.28


15,000.00
400.00


11,414.31
297.40


15,500.00
400.00


344.19


344.19


352.73


800.00
200.00


1,327.78


2,500.00
200.00


50.00




25.00


800.00


427.37


800.00


35.00


35.00


35.00


1,000.00
712.00


347.23
612.00


1,000.00
100.00



300.00



2,000.00



2,000.00



300.00



1,000.00



$ 37,731.19 $ 29,333.52 $ 39,478.01



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SECTION 2 - SOURCES OF REVENUE



Estimated Revenue



Estimated


Actual


Ensuing


Revenue


Revenue


Fiscal Year


Previous


Previous


1977


Fiscal Year


Fiscal Year


(1977-78)


$ 5,000.00


$ 8,071.95


$ 7,000.00


250.00


373.35


300.00


4,000.00


5,394.39


5,000.00


5,841.98


5,841.98
19.16


5,865.41



From State:

Interest & Dividends Tax
Savings Bank Tax
Meals & Rooms Tax
Highway Subsidy
Fire Warden School

From Local Sources:

Dog Licenses 175.00 230.40 200.00

Business Licenses, Permits &

Filing Fees 300.00 1,217.00 500.00

Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 10,000.00 16,587.49 10,000.00

Interest on Taxes & Deposits 1,000.00 2,545.61 1,000.00

Withdrawal Capital Reserve Funds 3,000.00 1,731.22

National Bank Stock Taxes 600.00 640.80 600.00

Resident Taxes Retained 4,000.00 4,650.00 4,000.00

Normal Yield Taxes Assessed 400.00 1,166.64 500.00

Rent of Town Property 300.00 805.00 300.00

Sale of Town Property 500.00 366.50

Money in lieu of taxes 2,200.00 2,065.00 2,000.00

Planning & Zoning 214.34

Surplus 6,000.00 10,000.00 8,000.00

From Federal Sources:

Revenue Sharing 2,500.00 2,705.00 2,000.00



TOTAL REVENUES
(Except Property Tax)



$ 46,066.98 $ 64,625.83 $ 47,265.41



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SCHEDULE OF TOWN PROPERTY
AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1976



DESCRIPTION VALUE

Town Hall, Lands and Buildings $35,000.00

Furniture and Equipment 1 .500.00

Police Department, Equipment 1 .000.00

Fire Department, Lands and Buildings 10,000.00

Equipment 20,000.00

Highway Department, Equipment 2.500.00

Parks, Commons and Playgrounds 10,000.00



TOTAL S80.000.00



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1976 INVENTORY - TOWN OF MADBURY



Land, Improved and Unimproved

Buildings

Factory Buildings

Public Utilities, Electric

House Trailers, Mobile Homes & Travel Trailers,

assessed as personal property (63)
Boats and Launches (17)

Total Valuation before exemptions allowed

Blind exemption (1)
Elderly exemption (6)
Total Exemption Allowed

Net Value on which Tax Rate is computed

Gross Amount of Property Tax

War Service Tax Credit

Taxes Committed to Collector:

Property Tax

Resident Tax

National Bank Tax

Yield Tax



Added Taxes:
Property Tax
Resident Tax
Yield Tax



Total Taxes Committed

Net School Appropriations
County Tax Assessment

Separate Tax Rates:
Municipal
County
School
Combined Rate

Number of Inventories Distributed
Number of Inventories Returned



$


768,590.00

1,987,000.00

33,500.00

700,720.00




177,900.00
2,775.00


$3,670,485.00


$5000.00
13,000.00


18,100.00


$3,652,385.00


$


215,490.75
4,841.30


$


210,649.75

5,060.00

640.80

864.24


$


217,214.49




1,035.30
220.00
301.80


$

$


1,557.59
218,771.59


$
$


220,414.73
21,119.25


Minus $ .31

.56

5.65





$5.90



350

185



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FINANCIAL REPORT

ASSETS
Cash:



Strafford National


$


9,960.09




Strafford Savings


105,657.44




Strafford Savings— Revenue Share Acct.




6,184.17




TOTAL






$121,801.70


Capital Reserve Funds:








Tax Mapping


$


2,000.00




Improvement of Class V Roads




5,288.73




Establishment of System of Waste








Disposal




19,288.77




Purchase of Fire Apparatus




3,847.24




TOTAL






30,424.74


Unredeemed Taxes:








Levy of 1975


$


2,357.71




Levy of 1974




780.36




Previous Years




2,465.55




TOTAL






5,602.62


Uncollected Taxes:








Levy of 1976


$


19,114.48




Levy of 1975




120.50




TOTAL






19,234.98


TOTAL ASSETS:






$177,064.04



LIABILITIES

Accounts Owed by the Town:

Snow Contract $ 5,200.00

Unexpended Revenue Sharing 5,498.07
Unexpended Balances of Special

Appropriations 3,652.77

Performance Bond (Snow Contract) 500.00

Yield Tax Deposits 1,050.00

School District Taxes Payable 90,000.00

Other Liabilities:

Balance for lights (Mr. Elliott's gift) 50.00

Bicentennial Trust Fund (Sale of Books) 16.00

TOTAL

Capital Reserve Funds

TOTAL LIABILITIES

Current Surplus (Excess of assets over liabilities)

GRAND TOTAL



105,966.84
30,424.74

$136,391.58
40,672.42

$177,064.04



Current Surplus (Deficit), December 31, 1975
Current Surplus (Deficitl. December 31, 1976
Increase of Surplus (Deficit)— Change in Financial Condition



$ 31,174.20

40,672.42

$ 9,498.26



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$


3,849.50




338.99


$43.00




3.80






39.20




7.00



TOWN CLERK'S REPORT
1-1-76 to 3-6-76

301 1976 Motor Vehicle Permits
27 1975 Motor Vehicle Permits
15 1976 Dog licenses issued
Clerk fees retained

7 1976 Filing Fees
TOTAL REMITTED TO TREASURER $4234.69

TOWN CLERK'S REPORT
3-6-76 to 12-31-76

775 1976 Motor Vehicle Permits $12,394.50

1 1975 Motor Vehicle Permit 4.50

84 1976 Dog licenses issued $208.00

Clerk's fees retained 16.80

191.20

4 1976 Filing Fees 4.00

Sale of Bicentennial Books 16.00

Sale of Zoning Ordinances 6.00

TOTAL REMITTED TO TREASURER $12,616.20

VITAL STATISTICS

Births 9

Marriages 10

Deaths 2



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TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT

SUMMARY OF WARRANTS

PROPERTY, RESIDENT AND YIELD TAX

LEVY OF 1976

-DR-

Taxes Committed to Collector:



Property Taxes


$210,649.45




Resident Taxes


5,060.00




National Bank Stock Tax


640.80




Yield Taxes


864.24


$217,214.49


Added Taxes:






Property Taxes


1,035.30




Resident Taxes


220.00




Yield Taxes


301.80


1,557.10


Over Payments


131.80




Interest Collected


27.15




Penalties Collected


24.00


182.95


TOTAL DEBITS


$218,954.54




-CR-




Remittance to Treasurer:






Property Taxes


$192,052.17




Resident Taxes


4,650.00




National Bank Stock Tax


640.80




Yield Taxes


1,166.64




Interest Collected


27.15




Penalties Collected


24.00


$198,560.76


Abatements:






Property Taxes


1,159.30




Resident Taxes


120.00


1,279.30


Uncollected Taxes:






Property Taxes


18,604.48




Resident Taxes


510.00





19,114.48
TOTAL CREDITS $218,954.54



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SUMMARY OF WARRANTS

PROPERTY, RESIDENT AND YIELD TAXES

LEVY OF 1975



-DR-



Uncollected Taxes as of January 1, 1976:



Property Taxes
Resident Taxes




$14,112.55
470.00






Added Taxes:
Resident Taxes




370.00


$14,582.55
370.00




Interest Collected
Penalties Collected






514.35
73.00






TOTAL DEBITS




$15,539.90






-CR-






Remittances to Treasurer:
Property Taxes
Resident Taxes
Interest Collected
Penalties Collected


$13,992.05

740.00

514.35

73.00












$15,319.40




Uncollected Taxes:
Property Taxes




120.50


120.50










Abatements:

Resident Taxes




100.00







100.00



TOTAL CREDITS



$15,539.90



Bradley, Alton



UNCOLLECTED TAXES
LEVY OF 1975

$ 120.50 (bal.)



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SUMMARY OF WARRANTS

PROPERTY, RESIDENT AND YIELD TAXES

LEVY OF 1974

-DR-



Uncollected Taxes as of January 1, 1976:
Property Taxes $79.30

Resident Taxes 30.00



$109.30
Interest Collected 8.35

Penalties Collected 2.00



TOTAL DEBITS $119.65

-CR-



Remittances to Treasurer:




Property Taxes


$79.30


Resident Taxes


20.00


Interest Collected


8.35


Penalties Collected


2.00



$109.65



Abatements:

Resident Taxes 10.00



10.00



TOTAL CREDITS $119.65



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UNCOLLECTED TAXES

AS OF 12-31-76

Levy of 1976





RESIDENT


PROPERTY


NAME


TAX


TAX


Auld, Leona




$ 826.00


Averill, Ernest (Patriot Motor Club)




100.30


Bauer, Albert


$10.00




Bauer, Deborah


10.00




Beane, Beverly


10.00




Belanger, William


10.00




Bonneau, James




118.00


Bradley, Alton


10.00


156.50


Brown, Alan


10.00




Comtois, Marianne


10.00




Conners, Dorothy


10.00




Corrow, Peter


10.00




Crosby, Judy


10.00




Crosby, Stephen


10.00


295.00


Danforth, Kermit


10.00




Danforth, Jean


10.00




Danforth, Kermit Jr.


10.00




Desjardin, Joan




165.20


D'Orazio, Susan


10.00




D'Orazio, David


10.00




Farley, Jeremiah




265.50


Fenton, Donald




241.90


Fitch, Stephen


10.00




Full Gospel Church




7.38


Grass, Robin


10.00




Hale, Richard


10.00




Hale, Richard & William




2,944.10


Hanson, Allen


10.00




Hebert, Lorraine


10.00




Hebert, Philip


10.00




Hendrickson, Anne


10.00




Hendrickson, Arthur


10.00




Hendrickson, Judy


10.00




Jones, Brenda


10.00




Jones, Robert




380.70


Kawasaki Motor Sports Co.




1,103.30


Kittredge, Thomas


10.00




LaPorte, Patricia


10.00




Littlefield, Cheryl


10.00




Littlefield, C. Paul


10.00




Loubier, Carol




873.20


Loughlin, Carol


10.00




Loughlin, Harry


10.00


619.50



22



UNCOLLECTED TAXES (cont.)



NAME



RESIDENT
TAX



PROPERTY
TAX



Lerro, Pasquale, Est
Meath, James
Reardon, Bruce
Reardon, Linda
Roy, Louise
Shed, Nathanial
Smith, Scott
Stewart, Kevin
Tibbetts, John
Tibbetts, Roland
Tooch, David
VandenBussche, Ethel
VandenBussche, Louis
White, Kenneth
Wood worth, Drew
Wood worth, Katherine


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