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INDEX



Ambulance 54
Budget Center Section

Election Results 4

Fire Department 55

Police Department 53

Records of Town Meeting 6

Seacoast Home Health Ass'n. 57

Statement of Debt Service Requirements 24

Summary of Findings & Recommendations 18

Summary Inventory of Valuation 17

Summary of Warrants 6 1

Town Clerk 48A

Town Officers 2

Town Officers' Surety Bonds 66

Traffic Safety 59

Treasurer's Report 17A

Trust Funds 69



Vital Statistics
Births

Deaths

Marriages

Warrant

Water Department



77
80
73
Center Section
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1912



Marvin A. Dow Sr,



1974



Marvin A. Dow Sr. was born May 28, 1912 in Newburyport,
Massachusetts, however, he lived most of his life in the
Town of Seabrook, N.H.

He belonged to the Seabrook Firemen's Assoc, the Seabrook
Law Enforcement Assoc. , the Rockingham County Law Enforcement
Assoc, and was a Police Officer in the Town of Seabrook for
thirty three years.

SO LONG A DREAM SO SHORT A TIME




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TOWN OFFICIALS
1974

TOWN CLERK THREE YEAR TERM

Virginia L. SMall

SELECTMEN & ASSESSOR THREE YEAR TERM

Paul A. Daneau
James S. Eaton C
Walter I. Randall

TRUSTEE OF TRUST FUNDS THREE YEAR TERM

Gary K. Fowler 1975

Stanley A. Hamel 1976
Raymond C. Sturgis 1977

TAX COLLECTOR

Florence D. Haley (Resigned)

Bessie S. Adams (Special Election) April 16, 1974

TREASURER

Lydia M. Gould

ROAP^ AGENT ONE YEAR TERM

William E. Felch

CHIEF OF POLICE ONE YEAR TERM

Marvin A. Dow

FIRE CHIEF ONE YEAR TERM

Horatio C. Lattime

CONSTABLES

Charles H. Felch
Mario Marty Cerasi
Maxie D. Brown

MEMBERS OF BUDGET COMMITTEE THREE YEAR TERM

William W. Moore, Jr. 1975

Gary K. Fowler 1975

Richard L. Fowler 1976

Walter I. Randall (Resigned)

Thomas J. BOyd (Appointed) 1976

Mario Marty Cerasi 1977

Eric N. Small 1977



PARK COMMISSIONERS THREE YEAR TERM

Richard P. Beckman 1975

Vernon G. Dow, Sr. 1976

Henry H. Boyd 1977

REPRESENTATIVES TO THE GENERAL COURT

Stanley A. Hamel
Anthony T. Randall, Sr.

SUPERVISORS OF CHECK-LIST

Robert W. Fowler
Alfred C. Janvrin Sr.
Bruce G. Brown

MODERATOR

Carroll B. Pineo

HEALTH OFFICER

Wilbur H. Crossland

DOG OFFICER
Ernest B. Sanborn

Civil Defense Director

Everett H. Felch



RESULTS OF TOWN ELECTION

MARCH 5, 1974
Total number of Votes Cast 1528
MEN - 765 WOMEN - 763

SELECTMEN & ASSESSOR VOTES

Three Year Term Vote for One

John Barr, Jr. 70

Thomas J. Boyd 251

Bruce G. Brown 352

Howard J. Brown 74

Wilbur H. Crossland 78

Albert W. Eaton 203

Jacob S. Fowler, Sr. 17

Walter I. Randall 371

DOnald E. Wells 55

TRUSTEE OF TRUST FUNDS

Three Year Term Vote for One

Raymond C. Sturgis 994

ROAD AGENT

One Year Teriii Vote for One

William E. Felch 1107



CHIEF OF POLICE

One Year Term Vote for One

Marvin A. Dow 365

Hollis G. Eaton 135

Everett H. Felch 81

Roland L. Felch 216

Gregory A. Keazer 163

Rayenold F. Perkins 274

Louis J. Promise, Jr. 234

Antonio Santasucci 23

FIRE CHIEF

One Year Term Vote for One

Ivan Q. Eaton, Sr. ^66

Horatio C. Lattime 937

CONSTABLES

One Year Term Vote for Three

Maxie D. Brown 301

Mario Marty Cerasi 501

Cecil K. Downard 145



Charles H. Felch
Herbert E. Fowler
John B. Fowler, Jr.
Richard L. Fowler
Alfred C. Janvrin, Jr.
Martin Paul Janvrin
Walter S. Janvrin, Jr.
Ernest L. Knowles
Frank L. Knowles, Jr.
Aristotle Ted Markos



493
215
225
199
259
94
208
268
151
246



MEMBER BUDGET COMMITTEE
Three Year Term Vote for Two



Mario Marty Cerasi
Leslie A. Eaton, Jr.
Milan W. Knowles
Eric N. Small
Francis S, Valli, Jr,



494
277
294
636
365



PARK COMMISSIONER

Three Year Term Vote for One



Henry H. Boyd

Ernest D. Janvrin, Jr,



777
472



ARTICLE 21: "Are you in favor of the adoption of the
Zoning Ordinance as proposed by the
Planning Board"?

YES 701 NO 578

ARTICLE 33: "Shall the Selectmen be prohibited from

accepting money as advisors to the Yankee
Greyhound Dog Track in Seabrook while holding
office as Selectmen"?

YES 1137 NO 261



ARTICLE 42: "Shall the provisions for absentee ballot for
the election of Town officers be adopted by
this Town of Seabrook"?



YES 854



NO 371



ARTICLE 44: "Shall the Town rescind the vote of the Town
to elect the Chief of Police by ballot and
to have the Chief of Police appointed by a
police commission under the provisions
stated in Town Warrant"?



YES 412 NO 820



ADJOURNED TOWN MEETING HELD AT PASSACONAWAY HALL, SEABROOK, N.H.

MARCH 7, 1974
Meeting called to order at 7:35 PM. by the Moderator, Carroll B.

Pineo.

Salute to flag led by Moderator

The Moderator stated any amendments will be in writing with his or

her signature.

The Moderator requests that anyone wishing to speak shall stand and
be recognized, once seated floor relinquished.

Two present representinc Whitman and Howard (Engineering Firm),

ARTICLES 21, 33, 42, 49 voted on Ballot.

Motion by Arnold D. Knowles, second by Thomas Riley to act on
Warrant without reading in its entirety. MOTION CARRIED.

ARTICLE 3: - read by the Moderator: "raise and appropriate the sum
of $1,365,000.00 for the purpose of adding to and improving the
municipal water system, and the acquisition of such real estate
as is necessary for the project".

Motion by Paul A. Daneau, second by James S. Eaton to accept as
read. YES & NO VOTE TAKEN ON THIS ISSUE.

One hour for voting on Article 3, 2/3 vote required on bond issue.
Polls open for voting one hour. 9:12 - 10:12 PM.

YES - 159 NO - 77

MOTION CARRIED.

ARTICLE 4: - read by the Moderator: "authorize the Selectmen to
contract for or accept grants of federal or state aid or both for
said project giving the authority to borrow in anticipation of
said aid".

Motion by Thomas Riley, second by Emery N. Eaton to accept as read,
MOTION CARRIED.

ARTICLE 5: - read by the Moderator: "authorize the Selectmen to
borrow money in anticipation of taxes and to renew and refund Town
Notes" .

Amendment by Merle D. Straw, Jr., second by Mary Elliott to allow
borrowing to be put out for bid and lowest bidder accepted.
Amendment to motion carried.

ARTICLE 6: - read by the Moderator: "revise the salaries and wages
of Town Officials & employees".

Motion by Gary K. Fowler, second by Merle D. Straw, Jr. to act on
Attic le 6.

MOTION CARRIED.



Article 6,






SELECTMEN'S CLERK Increase from $110. to $121. weekly


HOURLY PAY CLERKS


2.75


3.05 hourly


CHIEF OF POLICE


170.00 '


185. weekly


Ass't. CHIEF OF POLICE


155.00


' 170. weekly


SERGEANT OF POLICE


150.00


' 165. weekly


PERMANENT POLICE (PRESENT)


145.00


159.50 weekly


START. SALARY PERM. POLICE


135.00 '


148.50 weekly


HIGHWAY AGENT


170.00 '


' 185.00 weekly


WATER SUPT.


' 170.00 '


185.00 weekly


PERM. EMPLOYEES PUBLIC WORKS "


145.00 '


159.50 weekly


PERM. EMPLOYEES WATER DEPT.


' 145.00


159.50 weekly


ASS'T. WATER SUPT.


155.00


' 170.00 weekly


PERMANENT FIREMEN


' 145.00 '


159.50 weekly


START SALARY PERM. FIREMEN


' 135.00


148.50 sleekly


DOG OFFICERS SALARY


' 600.00


YEARLY


HEALTH OFFICER


700.00


YEARLY


SUPERVISORS OF CHECK-LIST ODD YEAR


250.00


YEARLY


SUPERVISORS OF CHECK-LIST EVEN YEARS


400.00


YEARLY


CHAIRMAN OF SUPERVISORS ODD YEARS


300. pp


YEARLY


EVEN YEARS


450.00


YEARLY


MODERATOR ODD YEARS


200.00


YEARLY


EVEN YEARS


250.00


YEARLY


CHAIRMAN OF SELECTMEN


1700.00


YEARLY


SELECTMEN


1200.00


YEARLY


TOWN TREASURER


1000.00


YEARLY


TOWN CLERK


805.00


YEARLY


TAX COLLECTOR


3500.00


YEARLY


FIRE CHIEF


700.00


YEARLY



AMENDMENT # 1 : - Motion by Ronald Eaton, second by Maxie Brown to
amend Article 6 to read that call Firemen's pay be based on the
percent of fires attended, with maximum pay being $400.00 per
year. The percentage scale shall be set by the Fire Chief and the
Selectmen. Also that the Fire Chief's Salary be increasewi from
$500.00 per year to $700.00 per year. AMENDMENT ADOPTED

AMENDMENT # 2 : - Motion by Thomas Riley, second by John LeClair to

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increase all salaries ten per cent but not to exceed $15.00 per week.
AMENDMENT ADOPTED.

ARTICLE 7: - read by the Moderator: "authorize the Selectmen to
appoint such permanent police officers, firemen and employees for all
other departments of the Town as necessary."

Motion by Thomas A. Riley, Second by Wendell Lever, to accept as read,
MOTION CARRIED.

ARTICLE 8: - read by the Moderator: "empower the Selectmen to accept
Federal and/or State and/or other funds to be applied to the salaries
of Town employees"

Motion by James C. Falconer, second by Thomas A. Riley, to accept as
read.

MOTION CARRIED.

ARTICLE 9: - read by the Moderator: " authorize Selectmen to accept
Federal and/or State and/or other funds to be applied to the
purchase of a new automobile for the Traffic Safety Dept. or to the
purchase of other equipment fo the use of the Town"
Motion by C. Wendell Lever, second by Thomas A. Riley, to accept as
read.

ARTICLE DEFEATED.

ARTICLE 10: - read by the Moderator: " appropriate the sum of
$2,500.00 for the purchase of a new automobile for the Traffic
Safety Dept'.'

Motion by James S. Eaton, second by Merle D.. Straw, Jr. , to post-
pone Article 10 indefinitely .
POSTPONED INDEFINITELY.

ARTICLE 11: - read by the Moderator: "what action the Town will take
regarding the balances of the Special Appropriations: New Lands,
$1,342.47 and Cross Beach Road, $4,385.00.

Motion by James S. Eaton, second by Karl Greene, that the amount
stated in Article 11 be carried forward as intended.
MOTION CARRIED.

ARTICLE 12: - read by the Moderator: "authorize the Selectmen to sell
and cotivey those premises owned by the Town, whether acquired by Tax
Collectors Deeds or otherwise, which are within the perimeter of the
foliowing bounds:

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North of the Mill Creek,

South of Brown's River,

East of a line which is perpendicular to the

end of Rocks Road,

West of Route No. lA.
at private sale, upon such terms as the Selectmen, in their discretion
deem to be in the best interest of the Town'.'

Motion by Emery N. Eaton, Second by James S. Eaton, that Article 12
be adopted and power granted to the Selectmen.
MOTION CARRIED.

ARTICLE 13: - read by the Moderator:" to discontinue the Road
known as Rocks Road'.'

Motion by Emery N. Eaton, second by Robert Fowler, that the
Selectmen be authorized to do what is necessary".
AMENDMENT #1 : - Motion by James S. Eaton, second by Emery N. Eaton,
to see if the Town will vote to discontinue the road known as Rocks
Road from A point 1200 feet westerly of the Boston nad Maine Railroad
Track to the Easterly Terminus of said road and to convey any right,
title or interest therein to ProperT/es, Inc. said discontinuance
and conveyance to be subject to the condition that Properties, Inc.
execute an agreement in writing inforcible either by assessing
damages or by specific performance to provide and maintain a road for
vehicle access for owners of property in the area and for access to
Rocks Road Dock as soon as site work permits.
AMENDMENT CARRIED.

AMENDMENT # 2 : - Motion by Thomas A. Riley, second by Robert Jones,
to give permission to the Selectmen to sell and discontinue said
road to Properities, Inc.
AMENDMENT CARRIED.

ARTICLE 14: - read by the Moderator: "authorize Selectmen to expend
the Highway Subsidy provided by the State of N.H. pursant to the
provisions of RSA 241:14 as amended, for the purpose defined in said
statute.

Motion by James S. Eaton, second by Arnold D. Knowles, to accept as
read.
MOTION CARRIED.

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ARTICLE 15; - read by the Moderator: "appropriate the sum of
$30,000.00 to be used in the preparation of a report for sewerage.
Motion by Merle D. Straw, Jr., second by Edward Reuch to adopt as
read.

MOTION CARRIED.

(It will take six months to one year to complete this report)
(No Federal Funds available at this time).

ARTICLE 16: - read by the Moderator: "authorize the withdrawal from
the Revenue Sharing Fund for use as set-offs against budgeted
appropriations for the following priorty purposes in the amounts
below"

Appropriation Amount

Police $49,250.00

Fire $49,250.00

Motion by James S. Eaton, second by Walter I. Randall, to accept as
read.

MOTION CARRIED.

ARTICLE 17: - read by the Moderator: " appropriate the sum of
$60,000.00 to be added to the Capital Reserve Fund known as the
Municipal Building Fund.

Motion by Thomas A. Riley, second by Leonard DiBartolomeo, to postpone
Article 17 indefinitely •
POSTPONED INDEFINITELY .

ARTICLE 18: - read by the Moderator:" authorize the Selectmen to sell
tax title property owned by the Town to former owners or heirs of the
property.

Motion by Merle D. Straw, Jr., second by Phillip McDonough, to
adopt as read.
MOTION CARRIED.

ARTICLE 19: - read by the Moderator: "become a member of the Southeastern
N.H. Regional Planning Commission and appropriate $2,061.60 to become
a member.

Motion by James S. Eaton, second by Phillip McDonough, to adopt as
read. MOTION CARRIED.

Amendment by Merle D. Straw, Jr., second by Edward Gove, that the Town
will become a member of the Southeastern N.H. Regional Planning

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Commission provided reverse action stand they have taken against

Power Plant. Amendment adopted as read.

AMENDMENT CARRIED.

ARTICLE 20: - read by the Moderator: "authorize Selectmen to sell

various items of equipment of the Town".

Motion by Thomas A. Riley, second by Gary K. Fowler, to accept as

read.

MOTION CARRIED.

ARTICLE 22: - read by the Moderator: "appropriate the sum of $18,000.

00 for the purpose of buying a new ambulance".

Motion by John LeClair, second by Gary K. Fowler, to accept as read.

MOTION CARRIED.

ARTICLE 23: - read by the Moderator: "sell to Evelyn Randall a parcel

of land located on Walton Road".

Motion by James S. Eaton, second by Walter I. Randall, to accept as

read.

MOTION CARRIED.

ARTICLE 24: - read by the Moderator: "appropriate $3,000.00 for the

purpose of gravelling and paving the Town parking lot at the Town

Pier.

Motion by James S. Eaton, second by Walter I. Randall, to accept

as read.

MOTION CARRIED.

ARTICLE 25: - read by the Moderator: "provide ambulance service to

the Town of Hampton Falls".

Motion by James C. Falconer, second by Francis Thibodeau, to postpone

indefinitely •

POSTPONE INCEFINITELY CARRIED.

ARTICLE 26: - read by the Moderator: "carry forward the balance of the

Special appropriation for the Fire Equipment Fund in the amount of

$1,367.16 and to raise the sum of $3,000.00 to be added thereto for

the purchase of Fire Department Equipment".

Motion by Thomas A. Riley, second by Horatio Lattime, to accept as

read"

MOTION CARRIED.

ARTICLE 27: - read by the Moderator: "appropriate the sum of $5,000.00

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for the purpose of improving Farm Lane Dock'.'

Motion by Arnold D. Knowles, second by Ann Gouvalaris, to accept as

read.

MOTION DEFEATED.

ADJOURNED TOWN MEETING AT THE SEABROOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

March 9. T974 10 AM.

ARTICLE 28: - read by the Moderator: "appropriate the sum of

$5,700.00 to purchase new land'.'

Motion by James S. Eaton, second by Merle D. Straw, Jr., to acce[it

as read.

MOTION CARRIED.

ARTICLE 29: - read by the Moderator : "appropriate the sum of $1,800.00

to purchase a bucket truck".

Motion by Walter I. Randall, second by Horatio Lattime to accept as

read". MOTION CARRIED.

ARTICLE 30: - read by the Moderator: "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".

Motion by Frederick B. Felch, second by Walter I. Randall, to accofit

as read. MOTION CARRIED.

ARTICLE 31: - read by the Moderator: "appropriate the sum of $10,000.00

for the reappraisal of part of the property located in the Town of

Seabrook". (Two Year Project)

Motion by Merle D. Straw, Jr., second by James S. Eaton, to accept

as read. MOTION CARRIED,.

ARTICLE 32: - read by the Moderator: " authorize the Selectmen to

requist 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".

Motion by James C. Falconer, second by Elizabeth Thibodeau, to accept

as written. MOTION CARRIED.

ARTICLE 32: - read by the Moderator: " That Robert G. Tetler's

position as Town Counsel should be terminated and a new attorney

be hired whose private interests do not conflict with the Town".

Motion by Emery N. Eaton, second by Fr?rris Thihndeau, to poEtpone
Article 34 incef^nitely . POSTPONED INPEFINITfLY



ARTICLE 35: - read by the Moderator: "appropriate the sum of $2,000.00

to defray the costs of Little League amd Pee Wee Football Teams

expenses". (Maxie Brown)

Motion by Thomas A. Riley, second by Richard Parker, to postpone

indefinitely • POSTPONED INDEFINITELY •

ARTICLE 36: - read by the Moderator: " appropriate the sum of $2,000.00

to pay for ice time of the Bordertown Youth Hockey League" . (Robert Spear)

Motion by Thomas A. Riley, second by Elizabeth Thibodeau, to postpone

indefinitely . POSTPONED INDEFINITELY .

ARTICLE 38: - read by the Moderator: "appropriate the sum of $1,000.00

... ^ , (Melyurn Morgan)
to sponsor bus trips and other activities for the senior citizens.

Motion by Thomas A. Riley, second by Elizabeth Thibodeau, to postpone

indefinitely . POSTPONED INDEFINITELY .

ARTICLE 37: - read by the Moderator: " appropriate the sum of $4,500.00

to defray the cost of taking an accurate census of the Town in

accordance with the Federal census regulations". (Merle D. Straw, Jr.)

Motion by John LeClair, second by Thomas A. Riley to accept as read.

MOTION CARRIED.

ARTICLE 39: - read by the Moderator: "appropriate the sum of $5,000.00

for the drainage and resurfacing of Timber Court". (Grace Spear)

Motion by Walter I. Randall, second by James C, Falconer, to postpone

Article 39 indefinitely • POSTPONED INDEFINITELY •

ARTICLE 40: - read by the Moderator: "To see if the Town will vote to ,

have the Tax Collector set her office up at the Town Office".

Motion by James S. Eaton, second by Phillip McDonough, to accept as

read. MOTION CARRIED.

ARTICLE 41: - read by the Moderator: " accept two street lights

described as follows: First Light on Raymond Drive - Second Light

on Virginia Lane - both from Folly Mill Rd." (Howard Gregson)

Motion by Thomas A. Riley, second by Albert Eaton, tt^ccept as read.

MOTION CARRIED.

Amendment by Emery N. Eaton, second by Leonard DiBartolomeo, refer

to the Street light Committee for their consideration.

AMENDMENT ADOPTED.

ARTICLE 43: - read by the Moderator: "approve the issuance of a

license by the Greyhound Racing Commission to Yankee Greyhound Racing

Inc. ■''or holding meets on Sundays".

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This Article is to be voted on by ballot and the use of the check-
list.

YES - 34 NO - 75

ARTICLE DEFEATED.

ARTICLE 44: - read by the Moderator: " 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" . (Armand R.Therrien)
Motion by Arnold D. Knowles, second by Cecil Downard, to accept as
read. MOTION CARRIED.

ARTICLE 45: - read by the Moderator: "furnish an incinerator to
dispose of dead animals in the Town". (Cecil Downard)
Motion by Cecil Downard, second by Merle D. Straw, Jr., to accept
as read". ARTICLE DEFEATED.

ARTICLE 46: - read by the Moderator: "impose a twelve (12) month
Leash Law on all dogs". (Cecil Downard)

Motion by Edward P. Kevin, second by Lawrence Small, to postpone
indefinitely • POSTPONED ir:OErtniTELY .

ARTICLE 47: - read by the Moderator: "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" x 50ft'.'
Motion by Thomas A. Riley, second by Robert LeClair, to accept as
read. ARTICLE DEFEATED.

ARTICLE 48: - read by the Moderator: "have two street lights

installed on True Lane".

Motion by Phillip McDonough, second by John LeClair, to accept as

read.

Amendment to motion by Emery N. Eatoni second by Leonard DiBartolomeo

to refer to the street light committee for consideration.

AMENDMENT ADOPTED.

ARTICLE 50: - read by the Moderator: "hear the report of the

Planning Board and act thereon".

Report of Planning Board read by Arnold D. Knowles.

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Motion to accept the report of the Planning Board by Merle D. Straw,
second by Elizabeth Thibodeau.
MOTION CARRIED.

ARTICLE 51: - read by the Moderator: "carry forv/ard the balance of

the Bicentennial Fund in the an^ount of $4,0GC.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'.'

Motion by Walter I. Randall, second by William Moore, to accept as
read. MOTION CARRIED.

ARTICLE 52: - "authorize the Bicentennial Committee to expend such
amount of the Bicentennial Fund as they deem proper for purposes of
the Bicentennial Celebration in 1976".

Motion by Phillip McDonough, second by Arthur Cole, to accept as
read. MOTION CARRIED.

ARTICLE 53: - read by the Moderator: " "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" .

Motion by Emery N. Eaton, second by Maxie Brown, to add $5,000.00

to the Recreation & Parks for a total of $11,500.00.-

HOCKEY LEAGUE -_ $2,000.00

LITTLE LEAGUE &

PEE WEE FOOTBALL 2,000.00

SENIOR CITIZENS 1,000.00

MOTION CARRIED.

Motion by Emery N. Eaton, second by Maxie Brown to accept BUDGET

as presented.

TOTAL BUDGET - $2,103,846.58

MOTION CARRIED.

ARTICLE 54: - read by the Moderator: "transact all other legal
business that may come before said meeting".



11.

Many resolutions read by the moderator.

Motion to adjourn by Richard K. Parker, second by Arnold D.Knowles.

Meeting adjourned at 5:49 PM.

Virainia L. Small
Tov/n Clerk
Seabrook, N.H.



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1974 Summary Inventory of Valuation

Land $10,296,655.00

Buildings 26,332,910.00

Factory Buildings 4,022,800.00

Mobile Homes (139) 768,500.00

Boats 4,895.00
Public Utilities :

Gas 140,750.00

Electric 629,050.00

Water 17,300.00

Total Valuations $42,212,860.00

Less Elderly Exemptions (63) 207,700.00

Net Valuations $42,005,160.00



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TREASURER'S REPORT



FROM LOCAL TAXES :

Current year:

Property taxes 1,241,245.63

Resident Taxes 17,000.00

Resident Tax Penalties 141.00

Yield Taxes l^k.kU

PRIOR YEARS:

Property Taxes 868,625.37

Resident Taxes 13,135.00

Resident Tax Penalties 563.00

Interest, Property Taxes 12,624.73

Tax Sales Redeemed 44,653.86

Interest b. Costs 5,767.84

Overpayment Property Tax 82.10

Cash on hand., F.D.H. 949.69

National Bank Stock 96.50

FROM STATE:

Interest & Dividends Tax 9,428.96

Savings Bank Tax 1,881.71

Business Profits Tax 83,394.20

Highway Subsidy 14,439.27

Room 6c Meals Tax 21,190.05

FROM LOCAL SOURCES:

Dog licenses 1,636.00

Business License & Filing Fees 427.00

Hampton District Court 135.00

Sale Bi-Centennial Items 89.50

Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 82,282.60

Building Permit Fees 5,918.50

Sale of Lane 5,510.00

Sale of Cemetery Lots 825.00

Parking Violation Fees 500.00

Pistol Permit Fees 38.00

Interest 2,744.20

Revenue Sharing 143,121.73

Gift-Smith town Cemetery 500.00

Tetler b. Holmes 8.92

Yankee Greyhound 70,250.00

U.S. Bi-Centennial 616.25

So. Hampton, Sale Fire Truck 1.00

Leased Land 250.00


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Online LibrarySeabrook (N.H.)Annual reports of the Town of Seabrook, New Hampshire (Volume 1974) → online text (page 1 of 8)