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known as the Municipal Building Fund.



(Approved by the Budget Committee)



ARTICLE XVIII: To see if the Town will vote to authorize and
empower the Selectmen to sell tax title property owned by the Town to former
owners of the property or the heirs of said owners and/or to sell such property
at public auction, the moneys from said sale to be paid into and added to the
Municipal Building Fund.



ARTICLE XIX: To see if the Town will vote to become a member of
the Southeastern New Hampshire Regional Planning Commission and to raise and
appropriate $2, 061. 60 for the purpose of becoming a member thereof and to finance
studies to be conducted by the Regional Planning Commission.

(Approved by the Budget Committee)



ARTICLE XX: To see if the Town will vote to authorize and empower
the Selectmen to sell various items of equipment of the Town.



ARTICLE XXI: Are you in favor of the adoption of the Zoning
Ordinance as proposed by the Planning Board?

(On the Official Ballot)



ARTICLE XXII: To see if t±ie Town will vote to raise and appropriate
the fum of $18, 000. 00 for the purpose of buying a new ambulance.

(Approved by the Budget Committee)

ARTICLE XXIII: To see if the Town will vote to sell to Evelyn Randall,
upon such terms and conditions as the Selectmen deem appropriate, a certain
parcel of land located on the Southerly side of Walton Road and being bounded
on the North by Walton Road, on the East by land now or formerly of Staples,
on the South by land now or formerly of Staples and on the West by land now
or formerly of Know les.



ARTICLE XXIV: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate
the sum of $3, 000.00 for the purpose of gravelling and paving the Town parking
lot at the Town Pier on the Northerly side of River Street.

(Approved by the Budget Committee)



ARTICLE XXV: To see if the Town will vote to provide ambulance
service to the Town of Hampton Falls, New Hampshire and to charge $50.00 per
call for each trip to Amesbury, Newburyport or Exeter and to charge $50.00 per
call plus $30. 00 per hour or any part thereof for all other trips.



ARTICLE XXVI: To see if the Town will vote to carry forward the
balance of the Special appropriation for the Fire Equipment Fund in the amount of
$1,367.16 and to raise and appropriate the sum of $3,000.00 to be added thereto
for the purchase of Fire Department Equipment.

(Approved by the Budget Committee)

ARTICLE XXVII: To see if the Town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of $5, 000. 00 for the purpose of constructing and improving
Farm Lane Dock.

(Approved by the Budget Committee)



ARTICLE XXVIII: To see if the Town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of $5,700.00 to purchase new land.

(Approved by the Budget Comn^ittee)



ARTICLE XXIX: To see if the Town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of $1, 800.00 to purchase a bucket truck from the Exeter
and Hampton Electric Company for use by the Fire Department.

(Approved by the Budget Committee)



ARTICLE XXX: To see if the Town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of $9, 500.00 to be used in the preparation of a report and
study evaluating solid waste disposal options available to the Town.

(Approved by the Budget Committee)



ARTICLE XXXI: To see if the Town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of $10, 000. 00 for the reappraisal of part of the property
located in the Town of Seabrook.

(Approved by the Budget Committee)



ARTICLE XXXII: To see if the Town will vote to authorize the
Selectmen to request that the Town's representatives in the Legislature propose
legislation whereby a Police Commission for the Town would be created and
appointed by the Governor, Council or other appropriate authority.



ARTICLE XXXIII: Upon the petition of Bessie S. Adams and
one hundred eighty (180) other voters of the Town: Shall the Selectmen be
prohibited from accepting money as advisors to the Yankee Greyhound Dog
Track in Seabrook while holding office as Selectmen.

(On the Official Ballot)



ARTICLE XXXIV: Upon the petition of Martin Paul Janvrin and
fifty-nine (59) other voters of the Town: That Robert G. Teller's position as
Town Counsel should be terminated and a new attorney be hired whose private
interests do not conflict with his advising capacity to the Selectmen and the Town.



ARTICLE XXXV: Upon the petition of Maxie Brown and eighteen (18)
other voters of the Town: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the
sum of $2,000.00 to be used to defray the costs of Little League and Pee Wee
Football Teams uniforms and expenses.



(Approved by the Budget Committee)



ARTICLE XXXVI: Upon the petition of Robert S. Spear and forty-nine
(49) other voters of the Town: To see if the Town will appropriate $2,000.00 to
pay for ice time of the Bordertown Youth Hockey League .

(Approved by the Budget Committee)



ARTICLE XXXVII: Upon the petition of Merle D. Straw, Jr. and
thirteen (13) other voters of the Town: To see if the Town will vote to raise and
appropriate $4,500.00 to defray the cost of taking an accurate census of the Town
in accordance with the Federal census regulations.

(Approved by the Budget Committee)



ARTICLE XXXVIII: Upon the petition of Melvurn A. Morgan and
thirty-three (33) other voters of the Town: To see if the Town will appropriate
$1,000.00 to sponsor bus trips and other activities for the senior citizens.

(Approved by the Budget Committee)



ARTICLE XXXIX: Upon the petition of Grace D. Spear and eighteen
(18) other voters of the Town: To see if the Town will appropriate $5,000. 00 for
the drainage and resurfacing of Timber Court.

(Not approved by the Budget Committee)



, ARTICLE XL: Upon the Petition of Anthony T. Randall, Jr. and

thirty-seven (37) other voters of the Town: To see if the Town will vote to have the
Tax Collector set her office up at the Town Office.



ARTICLE XLI: Upon the Petition of Howard R. Gregson and seventeen
(17) other voters of the Town: That the Town accept two (2) street lights described
as follows: (1) First li^t on Raymond Drive - from Folly Mill Road. (2) Second
light on Virginia Lane - from Folly Mill Road.



ARTICLE XLII: Upon die Petition of Stanley A. Hamel and ten (10)
other voters of the Town: To see if the Town will vote pursuant to the provisions
of New Hampshire RSA 60:31 through 39 inclusive, on the following question:
"Shall the provisions for absentee ballot for the election of Town officers be
adopted by this Town of Seabrook".

(On the official ballot)



ARTICLE XLIII: Upon the Petition of Alfred C. Janvrin and fifteen (15)
other voters of the Town: To see if the Town will vote to approve the issuance of
a license by the Greyhound Racing Commission to Yankee Greyhound Racing, Inc.
for holding race meets on Sundays,



ARTICLE XLIV: Upon the Petition of Armand R. Therrien and fifteen
(15) other voters of the Town: To see if the Town will vote to accept a road known
as Alison Drive which road is the entire road shown on plan entitled "Revised
Subdivision of Land for Edward Luck in Seabrook, N.H. , Scale 1" = 50', June 1973'
by Parker Survey Associates, Inc., Seabrook, N.H. and which road extends from
Ledge Road Northerly and turns Westerly and Southerly returning to Ledge Road.

ARTICLE XLV: Upon the Petition of Cecil Downard and fifty-nine (59)
other voters of the Town: To see if the Town will furnish an incinerator to
dispose of dead animals in the Town.



ARTICLE XLVI: Upon the Petition of Cecil Downard and fifty-nine (59)
other voters of the Town: To see if the Town will impose a twelve (12) month
Leash Law on all dogs.



ARTICLE XLVII: Upon the petition of John A. LeClair and twenty
(20) other voters of the Town: To see if the Town will vote to accept as a public
highway the road named Riley Road, said road shown on plan recorded in Rockingham
County Records Book 1564, Page 074, #1308 - Richard Parker, Surveyor, May
1968, for Thomas A. Riley, Scale 1" -= 50 ft.



ARTICLE XLVIII: Upon the petition of William A. Richards and
ten (10) other voters of the Town: To have two street lights installed on poles
#1462 and #1466 on True Lane. At present there is no street light on this street.



ARTICLE XLIX: Upon petition of Robert W. Fowler and fifteen (15)
other voters of the Town: To see if the Town will vote to rescind the vote of the
Town to elect the Chief of Police by ballot, and effective on the date of the 1975 town
meeting to have the position of Chief of Police be appointed, said appointment to be
made by a Police Commission which is hereby created and shall be appointed by
the Selectmen. Said Commission shall be comprised of three (3) residents of the
Town of Seabrook; in the first instance one commissioner shall be appointed for
a term of one (1) year; one commissioner shall be appointed for a term of two (2)
years; and one commissioner shall be appointed for a term of three (3) years;
thereafter one commissioner shall be appointed annually on the day next following
the annual Town Meeting for a term of three (3) years. Any Police Chief appointed
by said Commission shall hold office during good behavior unless sooner removed
for cause by the commissioners after notice and hearing or unless the Town
rescinds its action hereunder to cause the position of Chief of Police to be appointed.

(On the Official Ballot)

ARTICLE L: To hear the report of the Planning Board and to act
thereon.



ARTICLE LI: To see if the Town will vote to carry forward the
balance of the Bicentennial Fund in the amount of $4,000.00 and to raise and
appropriate the sum of $4, 000.00 to be added thereto for the purpose of the
Town's participation in the United States Bicentennial Celebration in 1976.

(Approved by the Budget Committee)



ARTICLE LII: To see if the Town will vote to authorize the
Bicentennial Committee to expend such amount of the Bicentennial Fund as they
deem proper for purposes of the Bicentennial Celebration in 1976.

(Approved by the Budget Committee)



ARTICLE LIII: To see what sums of money the Town will vote to
raise and appropriate for the expense of the General Government, for the
protection of persons and property, for health and sanitation, for highways and
bridges, for the support of the Town Poor and for all necessary expenditures
for the ensuing year.



ARTICLE LIV: To transact all other legal business that may come
before said meeting.



GIVEN under our hands and seals this / 1 / -? day of February
in the year of our Lord Nineteen Hundred and Seventy-four.



Selectmen of
Seabrook

A true copy of Warrant - Attest:



Selectmen of
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February /^ , 1974



We hereby certify that we gave notice to the Inhabitants within
named, to meet at the time and place and for the purpose within named, by
posting an attested copy of the within Warrant at the place of meeting within
named, and a like attested copy at the Post Office and the Town Hall, being
public places in said Town on the / i T^j day of February, 1974.




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The State of New Hampshire
Rockingham, ss.



February / {. , 1974



Personally appeared the above named Selectmen of the Town of
Seabrook and swore that the above was true to the best of their knowledge and
belief .

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1973
REPORT OF THE WATER DEPARTMENT



During the year, 265,492,380 gallons of water were pumped,
an increase of 9,363,480 gallons over previous year.

Of this amount, 120,051,860 gallons were commercial and
industrial use, Bailey Division being our largest user has
installed a large reservoir for recycling and added fire protection
that could save about 16,000,000 gallons annually.

43 new services were connected to the system, plus four
larger connections, Race Track, Large Apartment, Shopping Center and
a 39 lot development.



Respectfully submitted,

Douglas H. Perkins

For eman

Water Department



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ASSETS



TOWN OF SEABROOK
WATER DEPARTMENT

BALANCE SHEET
December 31, 1973



Accounts Receivable



Unmetered
Metered
Installations
Sale of Materials



29,012.25

1,554.12

1,420.22

149.17



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TOWN OF SEABROOK
WATER DEPARTMENT

Summary of Receipts , Expenditures and Proof of Balance
Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1973



Receipts During Year:

Water Sales

Installations

Sale of Materials

E.E.A.

N.H. Merchants Ins. Co., Inc.

Town of Seabrook, N.H.

TOTAL RECEIPTS



$ 94,734.06

1,948.92

660.23

2,418.30

362.03

24,000.00

$ 124,123.54



Expenditures During Year;

Salaries
Electric

Telephone

Materials

Gas & Oil

Fuel Station &■ Shop

Repairs

New Equipment

Contract Service

Postage

Rent, Dues & Refunds

Notes & Bonds

TOTAL EXPENDITURES



$ 31,196.57

10,801.11

650.85

9,311.96

799.38

758.88

2,138.71

1,139.90

6,950.74

200.00

45.00

44,620.00

$ 108,613.10



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EXHIBIT A -7
TCWN OF SEABROOK
Statement of Debt Service Requirements
As of December 31, 1973



Amount of Original Issue
Date of Original Issue
Principal Payable Date
Interest Payable Dates
Payable At



December


31,


1971+


December


31,


1975


December


31,


1976


December


31,


1977


December


31,


1978


December


31,


1979


December


31,


1980


December


31,


1981


December


31,


1982


December


31,


1983


December


31,


1984


December


31,


1985


December


31,


1986


December 31,


1987


December


31,


1988


December


31,


1989


December


31,


1990


December


31,


1991


December


31,


1992


December


31,


1993


December


31,


199»*


December


31,


1995


December


31,


1996



Water Bonds




3^0




$628,000.00




November 1, 1955


November 1




November 1 and


May 1


First National


Bank of


Boston or Exete


sr Banking


Company




PrinciTDal


Interest


25,000.00


9,090.00


25,000.00


8,340.00


25,000.00


7,590.00


25,000.00


6,81+0.00


25,000.00


6,090.00


25,000.00


5,340.00


25,000.00


4,590.00


25,000.00


3,840.00


25,000.00


3,090.00


25,000.00


2,340.00


25,000.00


1,590.00


28,000.00


840.00



$303,000.00 $59,580.00



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A -7



Water Bonds


Water Extension Note






2.80^


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$50,000.00


$80,000.


.00




April 1, 1963


December ik,


1966






April 1


December 31








April 1 and October 1


Deceniber 31








First National Bank


Farmers Home Administration






of Boston


Exeter, New Hanqpshire












— Total


Princiijal Interest


Principal


Interest


Principal


Interest




1,987.06


2,722.9^


26,987.06


11,812.91+




2,066.51+


2,61+3.1+6


27,066.51+


10,983.1+6




2,11+9.20


2,560.80


27,11+9.20


10,150.80




2,235.17


2,1+71+. 83


27,235.17


9,3ll+.83




2,321+. 58


2,385.1+2


27,321+. 58


8,1+75.1+2




2,1+17.56


2,292.1+1+


27,1+17.56


7,632.1+1+




2,5ll+.26


2,195.71+


27,511+. 26


6,785.71+




2,6lU.83


2,095.17


27,611+. 83


5,935.17




2,719.1+3


1,990.57


27,719.1+3


5,080.57




2,828.20


1,881.80


27,828.20


1+,221.80




2,91+1.33


1,768.67


27,91+1.33


3,358.67




3,058.98


1,651.02


31,058.98


2,1+91.02




3,181.31+


1,528.66


3,181.31+


1,528.66




3,308.60


1,1+01.1+0


3,308.60


1,1+Ol.i+O




3,1+1+0.91+


1,269.06


3,1+1+0.91+


1,269.06




3,578.58


1,131.1+2


3,578.58


1,131.1+2




3,721.72


988.28


3,721.72


988.28




3,870.59


839.1+1


3,870.59


839.1+1




1+, 025. 1+1


68I+.59


1+, 025. 1+1


68I+.59




1+, 186. 1+3


523.57


1+, 186.1+3


523.57




l+, 353.89


356.11


l+,353.89


356.11




l+,528.0l+


181.96


l+, 528.01+


181.96




20.89

$68,073.57


.81+

$35,568.16


20.89

$371,073.57


.81+




$95,148.16



45



REPORT OF SEABROOK POLICE DEPT.

1972 1973

42 39 Trips to Brentwood and

Manchester and to out of
State jails

166 271 Ambulance trips to various

hospitals .

45 Medical assist to people

in Town.

31 37 Out of Town subpoenas served.

30 59 Civil or private complaints

served.

22 27 Lost or missing persons.

59 51 Stolen articles reported

13 recovered.

220 246 Motor vehicles accidents

86 107 Felonies reported, 34 arrests


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