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193.00

186.00

174.00

215.00

215.00

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198.00

186.00

174.00

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198.00

365.00
315.00

523.00
473.00
210.00
263.00
772.00
735.00
630.00
17,000.00



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1977

REPORT OF THE WATER DEPARTMENT

362,904,375 gallons of water was pumped during 1977, an increase of
23,131,695 gallons over the previous year.

Industrial and commercial use decreased from 149,561,763 gallons in
1976 to 135,790,721 in 1977. This 13,771,042 gallon decrease was contributed
to Spherex, Inc., who alone used almost 18,000,000 gallons less than the
previous year.

61 new services were installed, two of these were for industrial and
commercial use, (D. G. O'Brian Factory and Atlantic Shellfish Co.).

We want to thank you for the co-operation shown during the summer
months for limiting outside use of water. Test wells are being sought in
town and surrounding towns in anticipation of a needed new well to alleviate
the continuious use of the other 4 pumps, especially in the summer months.

Respectfully Submitted,



Warner B. Knowles

Foreman

Water Department



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TOWN OF SEABROOK

WATER DEPARTMENT

Summary of Receipts, Expenditures and Proof of Balance
Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1977



Receipts:



Water Use $ 208,026.41

Installation 2,461.32

Sale of Materials 514.12

Gas Tax Refund 70.20

Reimbursements 2,457.09

Hydrant Rental 113,000.00

Refunds 60.00

Fees 30.00



Expenditures:

Payroll $ 43,060.45

Utilities 24,426.18

Fuel 2,677.62

Repairs to Equipment 1,713.08

Supplies & Materials 8,105.71

Rent, Dues & Refunds 409.50

Contract Services 14,174.35

Reimbursements 58,035.91

Bonds & Interest 153,602.50

New Equipment 6,221.20

Office Equipment 75.93

Advertising 192.60



Balance Hampton National Bank as

per Statement 7,265.63

Add Deposits of 2,972.95

7,769.22
4,095.69



$ 326,619.14



$ 312,695.03



Balance January 1, 1977 $ 5,415.18

Total 1977 Receipts 326^619.14

Plus Redeposits & Void Check 478.17

Less Selectmen's Orders Paid $ 312,695.03
Less Checks Returned and

Charges 207.68



$ 312,902.71 $ 332,512.49 $ 19,609.78



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$ 22,463.49
Less Outstanding Checks 2.853.71

Balance December 31, 1977 $ 19,609.78



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TOWN OF SEABROOK

WATER DEPARTMENT

December 31 , 1977



Accounts Receivable

Unmetered
Metered
Installations
Sale of Materials
Repairs to Hydrants



$ 31,760.90
592.45
422.46
710.23
374.86



$ 33,860.90



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WATER DEPARTMENT



Payroll
Utilities



Exeter & Hampton
N. E. Telephone



Fuel



Gulf Oil

Northern Utilities
Seabrook BP
Wilmot Oil
The Home Gas

Repairs to Equipment

Big Al's Auto Parts
Colcord & Son, Inc.
Harvey Paul , Inc.
Jacks Auto Parts
Motortown Auto Parts, Inc.
Seabrook Tire Shop
Stetson Auto Body
Dana's Auto Repair
Til ton Motor Sal^s
Emerson's, Inc.

Supplies & Materials

Hilco Supply, Inc.
Bill 's Country Supply
Linsky Bldg. Supply
Everett J. Prescott, Inc.
Cynco Supply Co. , Inc.
Municipal Services, Inc.
Ti-Sales, Inc.
Public Wks. Supply Co.
Janvrin's, Inc.
The Salisbury Water Dept.
N. E. Barricade
Dugan Supply Co.
Eureka Cement Lined Co.
Merrimack Paving Corp.
Robert Dow, Inc.
Seabrook Lumber
Edward Follansbee

Rents, Dues & Refunds

Tri Rent-All, Inc.

B & M Corp.

N.E. Water Wks.

N.H. Water Wks. Assoc.

Harold Mallett

Ida M. Dube



23,171.22
1,254.96



1,410.71

722.88

221.92

232.78

89.33



412.43

364.27

34.19

186.24

120.00

162.00

265.15

65.15

88.65

15.00



545.48

505.47

1.63

2,031.43

1,351.09

1,340.00

468.40

1,450.70

45.07

40.25

22.86

31.28

81.07

137.18

13.80

27.00

13.00



139.50
10.00
25.00
25.00
80.00
20.00



$ 43,060.45



24,426.18



2,677.62



1,713.08



8,105.71



James D. Clark
N.H. Fence Co.
Better Built Fence
Daniel J. Blake
Reliable Fence Co.
American Fence Co.
Methuen Fence Co.
Tip Top Fence & Supply



30.00
10.00
10.00
20.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00



Office Supplies

BIF
Advertisements

Essex Co. Newspapers



75.93



192.60



409.50



Contract Services






Whitman & Howard, Inc.
Russell W. Janvrin
Vernon R. Small
Parco Eng. Corp.
Corydon Perkins, Sr.
Alco Eng. , Inc.
Hoi lis Eaton


10,102.13
217.50

1,588.65
456.57

1,321.50
353.00
135.00


14,174.35


Reimbursements






Town of Seabrook
Ernest D. Janvrin, Jr.
Douglas H. Perkins


58,020.50
8.45
6.96


58,035.91


Bonds & Interest






First Nat'l. Bank - Boston


153,602.50


153,602.50


New Equipment






Tri Rent-All, Inc.

N.H. Explosives & Mach. Co.

Montgomery Wards


422.20

5,550.00

249.00


6,221.20



75.93



192.60



$ 312,695.03



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TOWN OF SEABROOK

WATER DEPARTMENT

SPECIAL WATER ACCOUNT

Summary of Receipts & Expenditures
January 1. 1977 to December 31, 1977



Balance forward 1977

Expenditures during year:

Payroll

Gas

Seabrook BP

Supplies & Materials

Cynco Supply Co. , Inc.

Contract Services

Whitman & Howard, Inc.

R. H. White Construction Co.

Pittsburgh Des-Moines Steel Co.

Carmen Construction Co.

Vernon R. Small

Early & Sons, Inc.

N. E. Chain Link Fence Co.

Reimbursements

Town of Seabrook - Water Dept.
Town of Seabrook - General Acct.



Advertisements

Essex Co. Newspapers, Inc.



$264,051.00



1,407.30



368.28



153.31



1,838.11

254.26

84,690.30

8,640.00
373.18

4,599.38

5,242.50



7,588.99
85,411.00
92,999.99



127.87



1,407.30



368.28



153.31



105,637.73



127,87



Balance of Receipts

Expenditures for Year 1977

Balance Hampton National Bank

as per Statement
Less outstanding checks



264,051.00
200,694,48



67,404.83
4,048.31



63,356.52



63,356,52



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100



ZONING ORDINANCE
OF THE
TOWN OF SEABROOK, NEW HAMPSHIRE
SECTION 1: TITLE AND PURPOSE

1. This ordinance shall be known as the "Zoning Ordinance of the
Town of Seabrook, New Hampshire",

2. The purposes of this ordinance are to promote the health, safety,
convenience and general welfare of the inhabitants of the Town of Seabrook,
to protect and conserve the value of property, to promote economic develop-^
ment of the Town's resources and to encourage the most appropriate use of
land throughout the Town of Seabrook,

SECTION II: ESTABLISHMENT OF USE DISTRICTS

For the purpose of this ordinance the Town of Seabrook is hereby divided
into five use districts:

ZONE 1

ZONE 2

ZONE 3

ZONE 4

ZONE 5

These districts and the boundaries of such districts are shown on the
official Zoning Map of the Town of Seabrook, which Map, Is incorporated herein
by reference and made a part hereof, and which Is on file in the Office of the
Town Clerk of the Town of Seabrook. This official Zoning Map shall Be the final
authority as the current zoning status of land In the Town,

1. No building shall be erected, reconstructed or structurally altered
nor shall any building or land be used for any purpose other than is permitted
In the district in which such building or land is located,



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2. No building shall be erected, reconstructed, or structurally altered

to exceed the height herein established for the districts in which such building is
located.

3. No lot shall be so reduced or diminished that the yards or other
open spaces shall be smaller than prescribed by this ordinance nor shall the
density of population be increased in any manner except in conformity with the
area regulations as hereinafter provided.

4. No yard or other open space provided around any building for the
purpose of complying with the provisions of these regulations shall be considered
as providing a yard or open space for any other building.

5. Every bui-.ding hereinafter erected shall be located on a lot herein
defined, and in no case shall there be more than one building on one lot, except
as hereinafter provided.

SECTION III: USE REGULATIONS

A. ZONE 1



In Zone 1, no building, structure or portion thereof shall be erected,
altered, moved or used and no land or building or part thereof shall be used,
arranged or designed to be used except for one or more of the following uses:

1. Any use permitted in Zone 4.

2. Single and two-family dwellings.

3. Professional offices which are incidental to a residence and
which conform in design to the structures in the area. There
shall be no more than one office per single family house and
no such office shall have more than three employees.

4. Municipal buildings.

5. Churches, schools and libraries.

6. Parks and non-commercial recreation.

7. Guest houses in which the owner is prime occupant

and which is located in a building in existence at the
time this ordinance is enacted which has not been
expanded after the enactment of this ordinance.

8. Dead storage of travel trailers not more than 27 feet in
length and boats used by the residents or tenants.



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9. Swimming pools for use of occupants and guests.

10. Accessory buildings not for human habitation which are
incidental to the prime uses.

11. Accessory uses by owner or tenants incidental to the above
permitted uses and not detrimental to a residential neighbor-
hood, except tents erected for the purpose of human
habitation.

B. ZONE 2

In Zone 2, no buildings, structure or portion thereof shall be erected,
altered, moved or used and no land or building or part thereof shall be used,
arranged or designed to be used except for one or more of the following uses:

1. Any use permitted in Zone 1, subject to all limitations there
applicable.

2. Home occupations including agriculture,

3. Cemeteries.

4. Nursing or convalescent homes for not more than twenty patients.

5. Farm buildings for the operation of farms.

6. Retail businesses and wholesale businesses incidental to principal
retail business.

7. Gasoline stations, but not including the outdoor storage or
inoperative and unregistered automobiles, provided that no new
gasoline station shall be located within 1,000 foot radius of an
existing gasoline station.

8. Banks and offices.

9. Commercial recreation, amusements and entertainment which is
conducted within the confines of a building, except in those areas
in Zone 2 to the East of the Blackwater River.

10. Travel trailer parks, except in those areas in Zone 2 to the East
of the Blackwater River.

11. Restaurants and lounges.

12. Hotels and motels.



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13. Public utility buildings (non-manufacturing).

14. Theatres and halls.

15. Manufacturing clearly subordinate and incidental to the permitted
business conducted on the premises.

16. Accessory uses of structures and of land normally incidental to
the permitted principal use of the premises,

C. ZONE 3



In Zone 3, no buildings, structure or portion thereof shall be erected, altered,
moved or used and no land or building or part thereof shall be used, arranged or
designed to be used except for one or more of the following uses:

1. Any uses permitted in Zone 1 and Zone 2, subject to limitations there
applicable.

2. Warehousing, storage or wholesaling establishment.

3. Manufacturing of such a nature that the use is not obnoxious or
injurious to the health and safety of the community,

4. Accessory uses of structures and open spaces normally incidental
to the permitted principal use of the premises.

D. ZONE 4



In Zone 4, no buildings, structure or other improvements shall be
erected or altered herein and no land or building or part thereof shall be used
or designed to be used except for recreation purposes,

E. ZONE 5

In Zone 5, there shall be no restrictions on uses.

F. Mobile Home Parks.

No Mobile Home Park or House Trailer Park shall be established or be
allowed to expand if already established, within the confines of the
Town. Mobile Home Park and House Trailer Park means any parcel of land
under single or common ownership or control which contains, or is
designed, laid out or adapted to accommodate two or more Mobile Homes.
Mobile Home or House Trailer means a prefabricated dwelling unit which:

(a) is designed for long term and continuous residential occupancy;

(b) is designed to be moved on wheels, as a whole or in sections;

(c) on arrival on the site. Is complete and ready for occupancy, except
for incidental unpacking, assembly, connection with utilities, and
placing on supports or a permanent structure.



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SECTION IV: AREA AND HEIGHT REGULATIONS

A. HEIGHT: No structure may exceed the maximum height of two and
one-half stories or thirty-five (35) feet except Public Utility or Municipal
structures.

B. AREA AND FRONTAGE: No building shall be erected, placed, moved or other-
wise located on a lot containing less than Twenty Thousand (20,000) square feet
in area, or less than One Hundred (100) feet of frontage on an existing road, and
has an average width of One Hundred (100) feet unless such lot is on record in
the Rockingham County Registry of Deeds prior to the enactment of this Ordinance.
No dwelling building shall contain more than two (2) living units per One Hundred
(100) feet of frontage on an existing road or more than two (2) living units per
Twenty Thousand (20,000) square feet of land area. Provided, that except in those
areas of Zone 2 to the East of Blackwater River, an additional dwelling building
containing no more than one living unit may be placed on a lot in Zone 2, in
addition to such buildings as are otherwise herein permitted on a lot, provided
that said lot contains Twenty Thousand (20,000) square feet of land area per
dwelling building.

C. SET BACK AND SIDELINE: No structures shall be placed less than

1) Twenty (20) feet in a residential area, or

2) Thirty (30) feet in a commercial area, or

3) Fifty (50) feet in an industrial area

from the sidelines of the right-of-way of any road, nor closer than eight (8) feet
to the nearest lot line. Steps shall not be considered a part of the structure, but
porches, piazzas and other similar elements shall be considered a part of the
structure.

SECTION V: BOUNDARIES OF DISTRICTS

In the event that uncertainty exists with respect to the boundaries of the
various districts as shown on the official Zoning Map, the following rules of
interpretation shall be applied:

A. Where a boundary is indicated as a highway, railroad or such other
landmarks, it shall be construed to be the center line thereof unless otherwise
indicated on the Zoning Map.

B. Where a boundary is indicated as approximately parallel to a highway,
railroad or such other landmark, it shall be construed as parallel thereof and at
such distance from as shown on the Zoning Map.

C. If no dimension is given on the Zoning Map, the location of any boundary
shall be determined by use of the scale shown on the Zoning Map.

D. Where a boundary coincides approximately by lot lines, such lot lines
shall be construed to be the boundary where such interpretation is practical. How-
ever when a boundary between two districts divides a lot the Board of Adjustment
may upon application by the lot owner allow those uses for the lot which are least
restrictive as between the two districts.

E. Where not otherwise provided for, or a question exists, the Planning
Board shall determine the exact boundary line.



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SECTION VI: GENERAL PROVISIONS:

A. SANITARY AND SAFETY PROTECTIONS:

The Building Inspector shall maintain a complete record of all building
permits granted under the terms of this Zoning ordinance and shall send a
monthly report to the New Hampshire Water Supply and Pollution Control
Commission, with a copy to the Planning Board, of all permits which have been
granted during the previous month which in the judgment of the Building
Inspector involves construction falling within the jurisdiction of review of
said Commission.

B. NUISANCE CONTROL:



The occurrence of activities that may be obnoxious or injurious by reason
of the production or the emission of odor, dust, smoke, fumes, refuse matter,
noise, vibration, or similar conditions, or that are dangerous to the health,
safety or value of property of the community, or that lends otherwise to the
annoyance or disturbance of a neighborhood, shall be prohibited.

C. THE DUMPING OR DISPOSAL OF GARBAGE AND OTHER REFUSE:



Promiscuous dumping; no land in any District shall be used for a dumping
place for garbage and refuse from either private or from commercial or from
industrial sources except the public dump as provided by the Town and except with
the approval in writing of the Public Health Officer or the Board of Adjustment upon »
such conditions as they may require.

D. SAND, TOPSOIL, AND GRAVEL REMOVAL:

It shall be unlawful to excavate and remove from any premises, sand, topsoils,
gravel or rock, excepting such surplusses of topsoil, sand, gravel or rock, as
may result from excavations v;hen constructing basements or foundations for
buildings or when excavating for driveways, parking lots and streets except in
accordance with the following conditions:

A. A permit has first been obtained from the Board of Adjustment following
written application therefor, and said Board has held a public hearing thereon.

B. The Board of Adjustment must first find that such use is not detrimental,
injurious or dangerous to public health and the welfare of the district or town,


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