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ANNUAL REPORTS



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ROLLINSFORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE



For The Year Ending December 31, 1985



Cover Photo - Robert Whitehouse Covered Bridge,
Rollins Rd., Rollinsford, N.H.



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DATES TO REMEMBER

1986



January 1 Fiscal year begins.

March 4 Annual School Meeting.

March 11 Annual Town Meeting.

April 1 All property, Real and Personal, assessed to owner this

date.

April 15 1. Last day for property owners to file property inven-

tories, RSA 77:14, (subject to 1% fine, no less than
$10, no more than $50.)

2. Last day for veterans to file for Service Credit. Ap-
plies only to those who have not previously applied in
Rollinsford.

3. Last day for filing for Elderly Exemptions.

4. Last day to file for Current Use Assessment.
May 1 Last day to license dogs.

June 1 Property taxes billed in May due by this date.

June 10 Selectmen must issue warrant to Police to collect all fees

or kill all unlicensed dogs by this date.
December 1 Last day to pay 1984 property taxes billed in November

1985 without penalty.
December 31 Fiscal year ends.

TELEPHONE NUMBERS

EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBERS

Fire Department 742-2779

Pohce Department 742-2724

So. Berwick Rescue Squad 384-2222

BUSINESS TELEPHONE NUMBERS

Selectmen's Office 742-2510

Town Clerk /Tax Collector Office 742-2510

Health Officer 742-2510

Rollinsford Grade School 742-2351

School Cafeteria : 749-3005

Supt. of Schools 742-4233

Sewage Treatment Plant . 742-8124

MEETINGS

Selectmen Every other Saturday, 9 A.M.

Planning Board First Wednesday of the month

Board of Adjustment Call on the Chairman

Conservation Commission Fourth Monday of the month, 7 P.M.

DUMP HOURS Wednesday, 7 A.M. to 12 Noon

Saturday, 9 A.M. to 1 P.M.



We dedicate this year's Town Report to:

ROBERT A. WHITEHOUSE




Local Historian

He was born June 27, 1918 and grew up in Dover before moving to
Rollinsford in 1951. "When I was a kid, Rollinsford was way out in the
country...."

He joined the Navy in 1942 and taught optics at the Boston Naval
Shipyard before being assigned to the repair ship SAMAR outside of
Shanghai, China. He married Madaleine Gushing Morgan in 1946 and they
have three children. Jay, Jan and Jon, and six grandchildren.

After an Honorable Discharge from the Navy, he worked for his father
until he formed Whitehouse Opticians, Inc. in 1967. He is now Chairman
of the Board after retiring in 1983.

He is a member of the Masonic Order in Rollinsford and has been the
Health Officer for the Town of Rollinsford, as well as Treasurer for the
Beccaris Memorial Scholarship Fund. He has been President of the Nor-
tham Colonists of Dover and is currently President of the Olde Berwick
Historical Society. He is a Trustee of both the Woodman Institute and the
Wentworth Home in Dover and serves as a corporator of the Seacoast
Savings Bank.

Robert gives numerous lectures to area organizations on various
historical topics concerning the Rollinsford, Somersworth and Dover areas.
He also has been guest lecturer in both Rollinsford and Dover schools on
N.H. History. He is currently writing a book about shipping on the
Cocheco River and the Dover Landing.

In 1976, he designed and built the only covered bridge in Rollinsford and
now in Strafford County.



INDEX

Dates to Remember 1986 Inside Front Cover

Telephone Numbers Inside Front Cover

Dedication 1

Selectmen's Report 3

Town Office Hours 5

Town Officials and Boards 6

Hydroelectric Report 9

Warrant for Rollinsford Town Meeting - 1986 11

1985 Comparative Statement of Appropriations & Expenditures

& Proposed Budget for 1986 15

Revenues - Actual and Estimated 16

Detailed Statement of Payments 17

Cemetery Operations 1985 24

Statement of Long Term Indebtedness 25

Summary of 1985 Appropriations & Expenditures 26

Property Taxes Assessed in Rollinsford for the Year 1985 29

Summary of Inventory and Tax Analysis 46

Treasurer's Report 46

Trust Funds 49

Tax Collector's Report 49

Summary of Tax Sales Accounts 50

Town Clerk's Report 51

Police Department Report 51

Qvil Defense Report 52

Summary of Town-Owned Vehicles & Equipment 52

Summary of Town-Owned Property 53

Planning Board Report 53

Conservation Commission Treasurer's Report 54

Library Board of Trustees Report 54

Lamprey Regional Solid Waste Cooperative Report 56

General Fund - Balance Sheet 56

Salmon Falls Village Water District Report 57

Rollinsford Sewer District Report 61

School District: Proposed School Warrant 64

Financial Recap of Capital Improvements Fund 66

Proposed Budget 1986-87 67

Minutes of School District Meeting 87

Officers and Staff 90

Report of Superintendent's Salary 91

Accountants and Auditors Report 92

Registered Births 95

Registered Marriages 95

Registered Deaths 97

Minutes of Annual Town Meeting 98



SELECTMEN'S REPORT

During 1985, the Board of Selectmen received 75 building permit applications. Eight were
denied, and 67 were approved. Thirteen building permits were issued to construct 19 residen-
tial units (11 single houses, 4 condominium, and 4 additional apartments in an existing
duplex). Two demolition permits and 7 swimming pool permits were also issued. The remain-
ing permits were for storage sheds, decks, windows and minor repairs. The reported value of
the building permits amounted to $1,037,128. The 19 housing units accounted for 76% of this
value. We expect the number of new housing permits to be twice as large in 1986 and the value
of those permits should exceed $2,000,000. If anyone doubts that Rollinsford is growing fast,
please read this report carefully.

We remind town residents that a building permit is required before any building changes are
made. Our reply to "but what does the town consider a building change?" Anything, except
paper and paint.

Phase 5 of our road renewal program in 1985 included resurfacing of the following road sec-
tions: Mechanic Street, Spruce Street, Pine Street, another section of Sligo Road, Foundry
Street, Baer Road and Highland Ave. In 1986, proposed road improvements for Phase 6 in-
clude: another 2,000 ft. section of Sligo Rd., (from Pinch Hill Road to the small brook just
before the Morris Farm), Beccaris Dr., Partridge Lane, Watson Lane (from Rollins Road to the
B & M Railroad).

In an effort to reduce major heat loss at the Town Shed, a replacement and restoration of the
shed doors have been proposed in the 1986 budget. The 12 ft. wide doors on the north side of
the shed will be replaced by one 16 ft. wide insulated door on the west side of the shed. The
former door openings will be boarded up and insulated. An air duct will also be installed to
provide for better heat distribution in the building.

A new 500 gallon gas tank and pump was purchased for the Highway Department in 1985,
using funds held in liabilities from an appropriation made several years ago. This year we are
asking for $1,150 to purchase a 1,000 gallon tank and pump for the Police Department to be
located at the Town Shed. In an effort to provide security for town fuel tanks located at the
Town Shed and the need to protect the town from possible liability suits for injuries sustained
by youths or others who may drive dirt bikes and other vehicles on the lot without permission,
authopization is requested to enclose the Town Shed lot with an 8 ft. chainlink fence.

The cost of solid waste disposal continues to increase rapidly due to grov^ah of population
and higher tipping fees at the Lamprey Regional Solid Waste Cooperative. The volume of
Rollinsford's waste delivered to the Lamprey Coop in Durham increased 9% in 1985. The tip-
ping fee for 1986 increased from $17 per ton to $24 per ton. The Board of Selectmen
negotiated a new three year waste collection contract with Lakes Region Disposal Co. The con-
tract calls for a 7% increase in 1986 and an 8% increase the following year. If the growth of
housing units exceeds 10% in a year, the base collection costs would be renegotiated. Given
our expected housing growth, it is obvious that solid waste disposal costs will continue to rise
rapidly in the future. We hope to investigate the feasibility of recycling glass as a means of
reducing our tipping fees in Durham.

The Selectmen have received numerous calls regarding the dumping of ash at the Town
Dump. Rollinsford agreed to take its fair share of ash from the Lamprey Regional Solid Waste
Coop when we joined. We will have fulfilled that commitment this spring. The Selectmen are
currently discussing this issue with the Lamprey Coop.



A new Zenith ZW-158 Microcomputer has been purchased, to be used by the Town Clerk,
Tax Collector and Bookkeeper. This will be a tremendous help in maintaining tax records, ac-
counting records, and general data files and analysis. The hardware was purchased with the
1985 appropriation. In 1986, we are requesting $800 to purchase software required for uses
just listed.

The Selectmen are recommending that $2,000 be appropriated for needed renovation to the
second floor of the Town Hall. The Civic Pride Committee has agreed to contribute $3,400
toward these improvements if the Town authorizes the $2,000 appropriation. We are concern-
ed about the old wiring and the need to provide additional office and storage space as the
Town grows. The Budget Committee does not recommend this appropriation because of con-
cerns of future use of the second floor. Since we expect to continue to use this Town Hall for
another 15 to 20 years, the Selectmen firmly believe we must take steps to protect the building
and find additional cost effective space. We believe that the $2,000 appropriation plus the
$3,400 donation from the Civic Pride Fund will represent a very cost effective investment. On
March 11th, during voting hours, the second floor will be open for anyone who might like' to
go up for a quick look.

We ended last year's report by telling you 1984 had been a busy year and 1985 promised to
be more of the same. We were right. 1985 was by far the busiest year yet. We again thank our
Boards, Commissions and Committees for a job well done. These volunteers give 105%, and
that's an awful lot to expect from anyone. The least we can do is give them the pat on the back
they deserve. Doing a job is not too bad when you know it is appreciated.

We thank our Department heads for helping us carry the load. They're all doing a great job.
Members of the Planning Board and Zoning Board of Adjustment deserve an extra thank you.
This has been an exceptionally busy year for them.

To Joe Lauze, we say a fond farewell. Joe decided because he could not give the office of
Selectmen the time it needs, he would not be a candidate this year. Joe has given three terms to
the Town of Rollinsford and we thank him for that, and wish him well.

Board of Selectmen
Rollinsford, NH




New 1985 Highway Truck and Road Agent, Robert Chagnon



PLEASE POST BY YOUR TELEPHONE
TOWN OFFICE HOURS

TOWN CLERK — TAX COLLECTOR

Monday

Closed

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 6c Friday

9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Saturday
S a.m. to 12:00 noon

SELECTMEN'S OFFICE

Tax Maps & Tax cards available to Realtors &c Developers on

Tuesday only, 8:45 a.m. to 12:00 noon

For general business. Selectmen's Office is open every day from

9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon

DUMP HOURS

Wednesday
7 a.m. to 12:00 noon

Saturday
9 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.



TOWN OFFICIALS AND BOARDS



SELECTMEN AND OVERSEERS OF THE POOR

Edmund F. Jansen, Jr.

Joseph R. Lauze

Grace L. Joncas, Chairman

TOWN CLERK

Beverly Dionne

TOWN TREASURER

Gerald Boothby

CHIEF OF THE HRE DEPARTMENT

Ronald E. Brown

REPRESENTATIVE TO THE GENERAL COURT

Albert Dionne

SUPERVISORS OF THE CHECKLIST

Jacquelyn Jacobson
Bernice Hendrix
Janet Chabot

MODERATOR

Joseph E. Caouette

BUDGET COMMITTEE

Gerald Boothby
Denise Knowles
Lillian Dodier

Clement Michaud
Albert O. Viel
Kenneth Bolduc

Charles A. Dionne
Lawrence B. Larkin

TRUSTEES OF TRUST FUNDS

Eugene Berube
Joseph Porter
Fred Green

TRUSTEES OF LIBRARY TRUST

Barbara A. Hopkins
John Sorice, Chairman
Bambi-Linn Goodwin



TERM EXPIRES

1988
1986
1987

1986

1986



1986



1986



1988
1990
1986



1986



1988
1988
1988

1986
1986
1986

1987
1987



1986
1986
1986

1988
1986
1987



APPOINTED OFFICIALS BY SELECTMEN



CHIEF OF POLICE

Jon C. Schmitter



1986



ROAD AGENT

Robert Chagnon

TAX COLLECTOR

Lillian Dodier

HEALTH OFFICER

Lillian Dodier



TERM EXPIRES



1986



1986



1986



APPOINTED BOARDS BY SELECTMEN



PLANNING BOARD

Karen Weston

Armand Laliberte, Chairman

Thomas Mansfield

Robert Smith

Albert Dimne

William Fleming

Edmund F. Jansen

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT

Fred Green

Marcel Giroux, Alternate

Ovid Viel

Edward Glouinski

Richard Bradbury, Alternate

Lewis Janetos, Alternate

Joseph E. Caouette, Chairman

Eliott J. Bisson

INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION

George Janetos

CONSERVATION COMMISSION

Dorothy Hanson
Dorothy Green
George Lord

Ralph Phipps
Michael Peters

Ernest Lennon
Albert Dionne



1989
1986
1987
1987
1987
1988
Ex-officio



1990
1990
1986
1987
1987
1987
1988
1989



1986



1985-1986
1985-1986
1985-1986

1985-1987
1985-1987

1985-1988
1985-1988



STRAFFORD COUNTY REGIONAL PLANNING BOARD

Armand Laliberte
Edmund F. Jansen, Jr.

CIVIL DEFENSE DIRECTOR

Police Chief Jon C. Schmitter

REPRESENTATIVE TO ARMED SERVICE COMMITTEE

Fred Green



1986
1986



1986



1986



TERM EXPIRES
REPRESENTATIVE TO LAMPREY SOLID WASTE COOP
BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Edmund F. Jansen, Jr. 1986

SELF-PERPETUATING BOARD

TRUSTEE^ OF PUBLIC CEMETERIES

Paul Janetos, Chairman 1990

Joseph Porter 1986

Clyde Roberts 1987

H. Hall Roberts 1988

Joseph E. Caouette 1989

Grace L. Joncas, Chairman, Board Selectmen 1985

ELECTED BY TOWN MEETING

SURVEYORS OF WOOD AND LUMBER

Edward Glovinski 1986

Albert England 1986

Basil Mitchell 1986

Joseph Porter 1986

Albert Viel 1986

PARKS & PLAYGROUNDS

Albert Viel 1988

Edward Glovinski 1986

Arthur Osbon 1987

FENCE VIEWER

Paul Janetos 1986

TREE WARDEN

Michael Brown 1986



HYDROELECTRIC REPORT

The Town of Rollinsford received $25,000 in 1985 for its share of revenue produced by the
Hydroelectric Power Plant, between Oct. 1, 1984 and Sept. 30, 1985. This was $70,570 less
than the amount the Town had received for the operation of the plant during the same period
in the previous year. The drastic reduction in revenue was a direct result of reduced steam flow
associated with several months of dry weather during 1985.

Between Jan. 1 and Dec. 31, 1984, the Hydroelectric Plant produced 6,694,560 KWH of
electricity or an average of 18,341 KWH per day. In contrast, during the 1985 calendar year
total production declined to 3,564,360 KWH or an average of 9,765 KWH per day. Between
May and August, the production was 372,400 KWH or only 17% of the electricity produced
the previous year. The attached bar chart shows the comparison of production by month for
1984 and 1985.

As a result of the revenue decline, the Town experienced a $25,000 shortfall in expected
revenues from the plant. Although the production and revenues were far below expectations in
1985, the Selectmen are projecting $50,000 of revenue from the plant in 1986. Electric pro-
duction during the first quarter of the 1986 hydroplant revenue year has returned to normal
levels.

Article XII of the 1986 Town Warrant requests authorization to establish a hydroelectric
fund under authority of RSA 362-A:7. If approved, the Selectmen wish to place any 1986
hydroelectric revenue in excess of $50,000 in this fund. In subsequent years, money in this
fund can be transferred to the General Fund to reduce the tax rate.

Edmund F. Jansen, Jr.
Selectman



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WARRANT FOR ROLLINSFORD TOWN MEETING

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

STRAFFORD, SS

Tuesday, March 11, 1986

TO THE INHABITANTS OF THE TOWN OF ROLLINSFORD
COUNTY OF STRAFFORD, STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE,
QUALIFIED TO VOTE IN TOWN AFFAIRS:

You are hereby notified that the polls will be open from 10 A.M. to 6 P.M. at the
Rollinsford Town Hall, on Tuesday, March 11, 1986, to bring in your ballots for the Town
Officers to be elected in Article 1 ; to hear the results of the referendum articles voted on during
the day; and to meet at the Rollinsford Grade School at 7:30 P.M. on the same day to act on
the budget and other articles in the Warrant.

ARTICLE I

To bring in your ballots for:

One (1) Selectman and Overseer of the Poor for three (3) years.

Town Clerk for one (1) year,

Town Treasurer for one (1) year.

Chief of the Fire Department for one (1) year,

Three (3) members of the Budget Committee for three (3) years.

One (1) Trustee of Trust Funds for three (3) years,

One (1) Trustee of the Rollinsford Library Trust Fund for three (3) years.

ARTICLE II

Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 1 to the Town Zoning Ordinance, as
proposed by the Planning Board?

This amendment modifies the 'Definition' section of the Ordinance with updated mean-
ings to the terms "parking space" and "street", and the addition of several new terms and their
meanings to support proposed additions to the Ordinance designed to protect the quality and
source of water in Rollinsford.

ARTICLE III

Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 2 to the Town Zoning Ordinance, as
proposed by the Planning Board?

This amendment modifies the base 'Zoning District Map' to redesignate a portion of the
northwest section of Rollinsford, abutting the Dover "miracle mile" area, and Somersworth,
currently designated as Countryside Residential, to Urban (Kelwyn Park and Pinecrest subdivi-
sions), and Commercial.

This amendment also sets up a section within the Ordinance to accommodate the defini-
tion of "overlay" districts including the current "Flood Hazard District" and the proposed addi-
tion of two additional overlay districts: the Aquifer Conservation District and the Well Site
Protection District.

ARTICLE IV

Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 3 to the Town Zoning Ordinance, as
proposed by the Planning Board?

This amendment modifies the 'Use Regulations' section of the Ordinance and includes



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selected modifications to specific uses and concerns their 'special provision' requirements, the
addition of use control for hazardous or toxic materials, and an extensive specification of 'per-
mitted' and 'prohibited' use development activity within the proposed Aquifer Conservation
District and Well Site Protection District.

ARTICLE V

Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 4 to the Town Zoning Ordinance, as
proposed by the Planning Board?

This amendment modifies the 'Land Space Requirements Table' of the Ordinance to
prescribe the development parameters for the newly proposed Commercial Zone in the
northwest part of town.

ARTICLE VI

Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 5 to the Town Zoning Ordinance, as
proposed by the Planning Board?

This amendment modifies the 'Special Provision' section of the Ordinance to further
clarify controls to "apartment" development activity, to prohibit apartments in the Industrial
area between Front Street and the Salmon Falls River, to incorporate additional Federally man-
dated requirements for Mobile Home development in flood prone areas, and to add special
provision language for controlling the storage and maintenance of petroleum products and
hazardous materials.

ARTICLE VII

Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 6 to the Town Zoning Ordinance, as
proposed by the Planning Board?

This amendment modifies the 'Off-Street Parking' section of the Ordinance with a
change to the parking space size specification (9' x 18'), and the change to the number of spaces
required for apartments from IVi to 2 per unit.

ARTICLE VIII

Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendments 7, 8, and 9 to the Town Zoning Or-
dinance, as proposed by the Planning Board?

These amendments incorporate changes to the 'Board of Adjustment', 'Amendment',
and 'Enforcement' sections of the Ordinance as a result of revisions of N.H. State Statutes
(RSA), and requirements mandated by federal flood insurance agency (FEMA).

ARTICLE IX

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

ARTICLE X

To see if the Town will vote to authorize withdrawal from the Revenue Sharing Fund
established under the provision of the State and Local Assistance Act of 1972, for use as set off
against budget appropriations in the amount indicated, and to further authorize Selectmen to
make pro-rata reduction in the amounts if estimated entitlements are reduced or take any other
action thereof.

APPROPRIATIONS ESTIMATED AMOUNTS

Police Department $ 9,000.00

Highway Department $ 6,000.00

Fire Department $ 5,000.00

$20,000.00



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ARTICLE XI

To see if the Town will authorize the Selectmen to negotiate and lease town lands to the
Damart Corporation, for use as parking spaces for employees working at the two Damart mill
buildings in Rollinsford.

ARTICLE XII

To see if the Town will appropriate $20,000 to establish a Land Trust Fund. Money from
this fund would be used to purchase land, buy land options, or to purchase development rights
on land to be used for recreation, open space or other non-developmental purposes.

ARTICLE XIII

To see if the Town will authorize the Selectmen to expend up to $20,000 to purchase
land, buy land options, or participate in the State Developmental Rights Purchase Program, us-
ing monies from the Land Trust Fund. Public hearings would be required before monies from
the Land Trust Fund could be spent.

ARTICLE XIV

To see if the Town will name and refer to the ROW in the MacKenzie subdivision, (Plan
#83-272M, prepared by Civil Consultants of South Berwick, Me., dated 8-9-84), as Woodland
Drive. (BY PETITION)

ARTICLE XV

To see if the Town will authorize the Selectmen to establish a Hydroelectric Fund to hold a
portion of the revenue received from the Town's hydroelectric plant. Fund to be established
under authority given by RSA-A:7. (If established, the Town Treasurer shall have custody of
the hydroelectric fund, and shall pay out the same upon orders of the Selectmen, after the
specified sum to be withdrawn has been authorized by a majority vote at an Annual or Special
Town Meeting. Money from this fund may be used for any purpose for which the Town may
appropriate money).

ARTICLE XVI

To see if the Town will appropriate a sum equal to all revenues in excess of $50,000 that
may be received from the hydroelectric plant to be placed in the Town's Hydroelectric Fund.
(The first $50,000 or any lesser amount that may be received will be used as offset against
town budget expenditures).

ARTICLE XVII

To see if the Town will authorize the Selectmen to place all Hydroelectric Plant Revenues
in excess of $65,000 into the Library Fund and Trust. (First 550,000 or lesser amount that
may be received will be used as offset against town budget expenses; next $15,000 will be plac-
ed in the Hydro Reserve Fund to stabilize the annual flow of revenues; balance of revenue will
be placed in the Library Fund and Trust.) (BY PETITION)

ARTICLE XVIII

To see if the Town will appropriate the sum of $13,405 to purchase a new police cruiser,
radio, and installation for the Police Department.

ARTICLE XIX

To see if the Town will authorize the Selectmen to withdraw $13,405 from the Town
Equipment Fund for payment of the new cruiser, radio and installation.


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