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people of Seabrook may well be proud of this Department.

Although Seabrook still faces many problems, the over-
all picture remains bright. One particular area which
will require continuing vigilance is the attempts to in-
fringe on our "Home Rule". Although we were successful in
beating a bill to take the power plant valuation away,
there will be future attempts to take away what we have.
The town has never been in a better financial position,
and can fund large capital improvement projects we need.

Last year, by prudent management and proper budgeting,
enough interest was earned to cover the cost of our tax
anticipation notes. This coming year, expenditures are
being budgeted so as not to raise the tax rate and yet
fund all our needs. With hard work the Town of Seabrook
may well become one of the most enjoyable communities in
which to live and work in this region.

Your Board of Selectmen wishes to point out that all of
our Town Officials, both elected and appointed, have con-
tributed to our present enviable position. With their
help and yours, we hope to make Seabrook an even better
communi ty .

James C. Falconer, Chairman
Clyde 0. Brown
Earlene U. Locke



25



TOWN OFFICE STUDY COMMITTEE:



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the f f i c
f i rm of P
i n g each
files, St
properly
architect
was neede

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building
in order
the expen
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floor spa
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showed th
be needed
ence in c
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men that
built on
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meet the
have al 1 o
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vide an e
people dr
and lands
this yery
of Seabro
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and fo
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story office would be much
sier to maintain over the years,
building we propose ought to

for many years to come and we
om where it appears that the
likely to increase soon. The
c circle is ideal because it is
of town, is easy to find, and
ill move smoothly because of the
rcl e.

the site is that it would pro-
on of the Town and State as
ate line and see a well designed
ffice building. We have studied
eel that the needs of the Town
rved by authorizing new con-

Ci rcl e .

Respectfully Submitted
Stanley A. Hamel
Bruce G. Brown
Bessie S. Hamel



26



ASSESSING DEPARTMENT

Legislative:

State Ratio Studies

Annual state assessment ratio studies will be
conducted rather than Bi-annually as before.
However the sales and assessments checked will
still contain "lag-gaps" between the time the
study is made and the ratio received by the
Town from the State. The only area of Town
Valuation that could be affected by this new
Legislation is new construction.
Legislation affecting a revaluation project:
The Department of Revenue Administration has
had guideline, qualification, certification
and financial responsibility legislation passed
so that the local towns throughout the state
who do not have full time Assessors will have
a greater degree of protection in re-valuation
qual i ty .

Annual Inventories :

There was considerably less confusion over the
annual filing and filling out of the inventories,
The reason is that 1979 was the second year of
it's applicability. Questions concerning the
filling out of these inventories can be answered
by contacting the Assessing Office.

State Board of Tax Appeals: (R.S.A. 76:16-A)
Fee for filing property tax appeals with the
State Board of Taxation have been increased
from $10.00 - $15.00.



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House Bill 508

"Spreading the Nuclear Plant Valuation "

This legislation was halted from getting out of
Committee, without a special session, for the
year 1979 and 1980. Both Representatives from
Seabrook put out superior effort in spite of
repeated resistance in accomplishing this task.
Unfortunately this legislation is very far from
being a "DEAD ISSUE" The Town of Seabrook can be
assured that it will rise again from it's own
ashes in even greater strength.

NUCLEAR PLANT

Nucl ear PI ant :



The Atomic Power Plant being constructed here
in Seabrook will continue to be appraised on
"partial construction" basis this coming year.
The Assessing Department has a program of con-
tinuing research which involves both Law and
Appraisal Theory, in order to conduct fair and
equitable assessment with regard to this property,

LEGAL ACTION

P.S. Co. of New Hampshire v Town of Seabrook

Case pending as of this writing.

McGrath v Town of Seabrook

Case pending as of this writing.

NEW CONSTRUCTION AND ADDITIONS TO PRESENT CONSTRUCTION

The Assessing Department has reviewd and
appraised in excess of Two Hundred parcels of
property in this regard for the year 1979.

Respect fully
Robert F. Quinn
Town Appraiser



28



PROPERTY OWNED BY TOWN
Acquired through Tax Collector's Deed



Taxes to:

Effie Bagley

Chas. Brewster, Hrs.

Chas. Chase

Thomas Charles, Est.

J. Smith Chase, Hrs.

Jos i ah Chase, Hrs.

George Chase



Donal d CI ark
Wal ter CI ark
Joseph Comley, Hrs.
El 1 en Connor , Est.

Phillip or Phyllis Dagget
Joseph Delong
Al bert Dow, Hrs .
Wi 1 1 i am Dow, Hrs .
Charl es Eaton , Hrs .

Hrs.



Harrison L.


Eaton


Lena Eaton,


Hrs.


Amy Evans




Harry Evans





Jerome Evans , Hrs .
Albert Flannagan
Fann i e Fowl er Hrs .
Wi 1 1 ard Fowl er , est .
William Fowl er , Hrs .
Dr. E.B. Goodall
Ben j ami n Gove , Hrs .
David Gove , Hrs .
Julia Hodgekins
D. George Jewell
Dennie Laimard

Cha rl es W . A. Lamprey

George Locke, Hrs

Al bert Merri 1 1

John Moody

Walter Mo rr ill, Hrs.

J. Morris Jr. &

Marie Beal

Ed. L . Perkins, Hrs .

N . B . Pevear , Hrs.

John & De lores Petti glio

Carlene Perusse

Seabrook Development, Inc

Ruth Short

Susan Sibley,Hrs.



Descri pti on

1 a. Fowler Marsh
7 a. Tilton Ld.

2 a. Marshld.
Eaton Ld.
Gove Marshl d.
Flats

28 rods. ,Cradl e 1 d.

1 a. (2pc. ) Marshld. 3% a.
Dow's Isld. , 1/3 deeded.
Janvrin Ld.

Certain Parcel/tract of Id.

7 a . Marshl and

3J^a. stump and wood Id.

River St. Ld.

^h a. Marshl d.

Marshl and

la. Id.

h Homestead Id. & Bldgs.

So. Main

14 a. Marshld.

\ Homestead & Bldgs. So. Main

Land Lafayette Rd.

9 a. Marsh, 10 a. Marsh, 4 a

Marsh .

Evans Stump & Pond wood Id.

Lot 52 Seabrook Beach

Ld. Worthley Ave.

Marsh Ld.

Marsh Ld.

5 a. Perkins wood Ld.

3/4 a. Marshld.

Sanborn School, Ld. & Bldg.

7 a. Land

\ of 2 a. Marshld.

7 a . Col 1 i ns Wood Ld .

4I5 a . s prout

\h A. Tract Ld.

2 1 ots ,^2 a . Stump Ld.

3 a . Flats



12



Marshl d .
Marsh 96



pc



Pi ckens Ave .

Zh a . Marshl d .

2 a . Chase Stump ,11a

Fogg Woodl d .

Ld.&Bldg. So. Main St.

Store Bldg.

# 56 Lake Shore Dr.

7 a . Marshl d.

3-2 a . pes . Marshl d .



29



Property Owned
Emily Smith



By Town Con ' t



Jacob Smith, Hrs.
James Smith, Hrs.

Made! ine Smi th

Elbridge Steven

Char! es Sul 1 i van

Joseph Ti 1 ton

Edith Thurlow

Howard Tow! e

Geo. Wal ton , Est .

Jonathan Wal ton , Hrs

John N. Walton, " -

Marie Walton

Theresa Wal ton ,

Wm. H . Wal ton ,

Charles F. Janvrin, Hrs



Hrs



Hrs

Est
..Est.



PURCHASE

Riley Well Fields

Fogg-Pi neo Wei 1

Crovetti Well Field

Rotary Property

Chase Homestead

Gift

Gov. Weare Park

Vet. Park

Hillside Cemetery

El mwood

Farm Lane Dock

Added

Frederick H. Nixon

Peter Jul i ano Es t .

Hi ram G. Beckman

John Chase , Hrs .



1 a. Joy Wood, Ih a. Lock
Ti 1 1 age , J^a . cross Ld,
Ih Perkins Id. 3 a. Gills
Roak Ld. , h a. valve

1 a. Boynton Ld.

h a . Wood Ld . , 2 a. Dow

k a. Stump

4 a. Smith Stump B. Chase Ld

2h a. Pettengill Stump

Marsh & Spreading Place

3/4 a. Ld.

4 a. Marsh

3 a. Dow Wood, k a. Marsh

Marshl d .

Land

J^a . Rowe Ld& Homestead

Marshl d.

Ld. & Bldg. Rocks Rd.

Marshl d .

Marsh Ld. & Phil brick

2Js a. Joy Marshld.

2 a. Flats

28.6 Acres
17.3 "
10.00 "



3.5 "

7.8 "
18.2 "

2.0 "
Tax Title

2 a. Lockes Flats
Worthley Ave.
Cross Beach
1 a. Pine St, ia of 7. a



W/95



30



1979 SUMMARY INVENTORY OF VALUATION



LAND

BUILDINGS
FACTORY BUILDINGS
Public Water Utility
PUBLIC UTILITES

GAS

ELECTRIC
MOBILE HOMES



36,985,385

46,372,415

7,590,200

53,000

329,585

221,505,500

5,083,800



TOTAL VALUATION BEFORE EXEMPTIONS ALLOWED

317,919,885
TOTAL EXEMPTIONS ALLOWED

(Blind & Elderly) - 1,465,000



TOTAL VALUATION Of



lumber of Accounts



IHICH TAX RATE IS COMPUTED
316,454,885

2631



WAR SERVICE


TAX CREDITS




Limits


Number


TAX CREDITS


Unl i mi ted


1


exempt


$700


13


9,100


50


503


25,150


TOTAL NUMBER


AND AMOUNT




xxxxxx'xx


517


34,250


ACCOUNT


NET APPROPRIATION


TAX/$ 1,000 VALUATION


Municipal


$ 2,405,959.00


$ 7.80


County


243,389.00


0.80


Elementary School


1,099,607.00


3.30


Winnacunnet H. S.


586,477.00


1.80



$ 4,335,432.00



$ 13.70



31



BUILDING PERMITS



Town Permits



January thru December 1979



Type

New Homes

Large Remodel i ng

Miscellaneous

Businesses/Addition

Mobile Homes

Temporary and Miscellaneous 2

Total amount



Number




Est. Value


9


$


246,763


39




116,810


76




63,020


15




260,500


51




622,328


us 2


$1


No fee


192


,309,421



The above accounting does not include the Beach Precinct
for the year 1979.

Respectfully Submitted
Ralph C.V. Eaton
Building Inspector

REPORT OF THE HIGHWAY AGENT

Projects completed in 1979:

Roads hot-topped Stard Road

New Zealand Road
Adams Avenue
Chelmsford Street

Drainage was installed in several problem areas.

Guardrails were placed on Lakeshore Drive and Causeway
Street to provide safer passage over Town roads.

The stonewall at Hillside Cemetery was extended along
Route 1 to the old part of the cemetery.

Respectfully submitted:

William E. Felch, Road Agent



32



Seabrook Planning Board
Annual Report

The Planning Board has been extremely busy this year.
We have conducted public hearings on subdivisions and for
site plan reviews. We have reviewed plans of land for
recording purp'oses only and held numerous sessions with
residents regarding zoning and subdivision matters.

In addition to this work, the board, in cooperation
with the Thoresen Group, professional planning consultants,
prepared a Coastal Inventory and Assessment report. This
program was funded by the state and federal governments,
and it was the first phase of a coastal management program-
later turned down by the New Hampshire Legislature,

The planning board also had republished the zoning
ordinance and the subdivision regulations to include
all recent changes up to Town Meeting of 1979. With
the help of the town's Administrative Assistant, the Board
has updated the town map, adding to it new streets, public
buildings, historic and natural landmarks. These materials
have been printed and are available at cost at the town
office.

According to recent court rulings, it is imperative
that the town adopt within the next year a master plan.
To date the Planning Board has met with a member of the
planning board of Amherst, NH, to consider the feasibility
of using the sounding board approach to formulating such a
plan. This method would involve wide-range citizen
participation. In preparing the master plan, we will be
using much of the basic studies published in the
comprehensive plan for the town of Seabrook in 1967,

A member of the board has been appointed by the
Governor to represent the Town and planning board on the
Coastal Advisory Committee. It will serve to draft an
acceptable coastal management bill for the Interim Study
Comittee of the State Senate. If it is found acceptable
this study could be helpful in developing our own master
pi an ,

The board will be proposing eight amendments to our
zoning ordinance, and will be sponsoring the adoption
of several building codes, at the request of the Board
of Selectmen.

With your help and cooperation, we hope to make
Seabrook a better and more enjoyable town in which to live.

Eric N. Small, Chairman Mildred Si res s. Vice Chairman
James Champoux, Secretary Vernon R. Small
Lorraine Fogg William Rathge ber

Earlene U. Locke, Selectmen's Rep.



33



SEABROOK BEACH VILLAGE DISTRICT
Building Permits

For the year 1979, a total of forty (40) building
permits were issued. Out of this total 3 viere new homes,
3 for in-ground Pools, and 34 for various additions and
al terations .

The permits issured totaled $298,505. in construction
costs .

Respectfully Submitted
Louis E. Janos
Building Inspector



BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT

On January 1, 1979 the members of the Board of
Adjustment of the Town of Seabrook were as follows:

William Dolan, Chairman; Anne Downer, Vice Chair-
person; Robert Kershaw, Clerk; Albert Eaton and Leon Clark
alternates. Appointed during the year were: Cynthia
Marshall and Arthur Miller.

The Board heard 13 applications for a variance.
Two were denied and 11 were granted.

Respectfully Submitted

Robert Kershaw

Clerk



34



Police Report for 1979

1978 1979

5355 9960 Complaints which required Police responce

3644 4743 Infomational or miscellaneous complaints logged

141 220 Medical and ambulance assists



Motor Vehicles Stolen

Motor Vehicles Recovered

Reported iriotor vehicle accidents resulting in 82

cases of reported of personal injuries and 1 ( one

fatality. This included 14 accidents involving

pedestrians.

490 521 Escorts made by cruisers, including money runs for
banks, businesses, escorting boats, etc.

10 24 Missing Persons



On the Department's State and Federal Reports We Have Listed :



1978 1979

5 965.00 $ 19,646.00

105,277.00 77,449.00

53,219.00 66,409.00

247,839.00 219,447.00

181,294.00 124,734.00



91


77


53


45


516


485



21


25


Assaults


5


4


Robberies Tot. amt.


236


149


Burglaries Tot. amt.


247


269


Thefts, Tot. amt.


91


77


Motor Vehicle Stolen


53


45


Motor Vehicle Recovered



Total Property Stolen $407,300.00 $382,951.00
Total Property Recovered 204,366.00 158,879.00



35



Report of Seabrook Police Dept. Cases in Hampton District Court



1978 1979



269


1978


863


1279


22


37


70


96



318


454


41


94


1022


1903


75


65


14


16


32


22



Cases Presented

Guilty

Not Guilty

Nolle prosequi or dismissed, for various reasons

such as bringing a lesser charge, absence of

witnesses etc.

Cases continued to a latter date

Defaults

Adults

Juveniles

Cases to Grand Jury

Cases to Superior Court



On April 30, 1979 I became the first appointed Police Chief of
Seabrook. Since that time I have received complete cooperation from
the Selectmen, Police Officers and Residents of Seabrook.

A reorganization of the department was accomplished through
examinations and promotions of the Officers. Dean Glover was promoted
to Lieutenant in charge of the Operations Bureau. Lieutenant Detective
George Dow was placed in charge of the Service Bureau. Robie Beckman
was promoted to Sergeant.

Monthly training sessions dealing with new laws, techniques of
arrests and firearms have been conducted. Over 90 % of the Officers
have qualified on the Police Firearms Course.

All outside details are now assigned through the Police Department.
Officers are under the supervision of a Sergeant while on a detail.
Officers are paid by the town which is reimbursed by the requesting
party.



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Police equipment and uniforms have been altered to reflect a
better image of the Department and Town.

The Police Officers went through a trying period during the
October 6th Demonstration. However, their show of restraint and
patience eliminated any injuries and violence on either side.

The two Lieutenants and the three Sergents have completed a
Supervisor Correspondence Course sponsored by the New Hampshire
Police Standards and Training Council. The Officers took the course
on their own time and all five completed the course with high grades.

In November I was appointed as one of the two Town Police Chiefs
on the Police Standards and Training Council. This Council sets the
standards for Police Officers in the State. During the short time
I have been on the Council we have upgraded the qualifications of the
part time Officers. This appointment was not only an honor for me
but also for the Town of Seabrook.

Officer William D. Nickles attended a week long course in
Crime Prevention. During the Christmas Season he distributed and
attached small tickets to automobiles warning motorist to keep
their vehicles locked. It all but eliminated a growing problem we
were experiencing in shopping centers of stolen groceries and presents.
Officers Nickles also has initiated a program whereby any problems
that he or any officer finds in and around Businesses or Homes are
followed up by a personal t,alk or letter explaining the problem
encountered to the owners

We of the Seabrook Police Department have made many advancements
over the past months but are also aware tfiat it is our responsibility
to continue to make improvements in order to provide the Seabrook
residents with the professional police department it deserves.

In the future we will strive to reduce Motor Vehicle Accidents
through the use of radar and evaluating each accident. Officers will
be attending specialized schools and will be using their acquired
expertise to train other Officers. Crime Prevention programs will be
increased. Rules and regulations and job descriptions for the
department are being formulated. Juvenile programs to reduce the ever
increasing Juvenile Crime rate will be implemented. An increase in the
visibility of Police, especially during the summer months, will increase
the Police Department's ability to protect and serve the residents of
Seabrook. These programs and continued training should accomplish our
Mission.

As the Chief of Police I welcome any comments about the operation
of the Department and its personnel. Remember it is YOUR POLICE FORCE.

Respectfully submitted.



Paul J. Cronin
Chief of Pol ice



37



FIRE DEPARTMENT AMBULANCE REPORT 1979



There were 461 calls for the ambulance in 1979.



Exeter Hospital
Anna Jaques Hospital
Amesbury Hospital
Court Street Annex (Exeter)
Rockingham County Hospital
Seacoast Nursing Home
Portsmouth Hospital
Pease Air Base Hospital
Called but did not transport
Total Calls



201

184

17

6

2

1

1

1

48



461



FIRE DEPARTMENT FIRE REPORT 1979



Buildings (including Mobile Homes)


22


Woods and Brush


66


Grass


30


Motor Vehicles


27


Electrical


13


Trash (including Dumpster)


31


Motor Vehicles Accidents


5


Smoke Investigation


7


Gas Wash Down


8


Chimneys


5


Flooded Oil Burner


4


Food Burned on Stove


5


Alarm Bailey Co.


34


Alarm Cimarron Apt.


6


Alarm Ornsteen Chemical


1


Alarm Cargocffire Co.


2


Alarm School


1


Bomb Scare


3


False Alarm


19


Mutual Aid to Other Towns


5


Hydraulic Lines (Power Plant)


1


Assist to Public


3


Alarm K.J. Quinn Co.


1


Gas Line Leak


2


Station Cover


2


Alarm 5pherex


3


Overheated Wood Stove


2


Total Calls


308



Respectfully Submitted
Ronald M. Eaton
Fire Chief



38



HEALTH DEPARTMENT

There were 180 complaints made to the Health Officer
in 1979:



83

15

5

1

1

12
14
8
4
32
3
2



Septic Complaints
Streptococcal Infections
Animal Bites
Premature Birth
Hepatitis Infection

No Heat Com plaint's

No Hot Water Complaint's

Trash Compl ai nt ' s

Unsanitary Toilet Complaint's

Rusty Water Complaint's

Bed Bug Complaint's

Overdated Meat Complaint's



Respectfully Submitted,

Francis S. Valli, Jr.
Health Officer



39



CONSERVATION COMMITTEE

The members of the Conservation Committee and their
Expiration of Term: Warren Crawford 1981, Harry R.Knowles
1981, Robert Quayle 1980, Catharine F. Silver 1980, and
Madalene Castleton 1980.

A Conservation Committee serves in an informational
capacity between local, county, state and federal sources.
It should be non-political and its functions are not very
dramatic.

During the year much correspondence was read, and
some was answered. One meeting in Concord, with the
Governor and Secretary of Agriculture, was attended. Only
one local meeting was called.

The surest way for a committee to die on the vine
is for its members to hold appointments and be totally
inactive. This committee has two active members, so it
needs to be reorganized if it is to continue.



Respectfully Submitted

Madalene Castleton
Harry R. Knowles



40



SEACOAST REGIONAL COUNSELING CENTER

JUNKINS AVENUE
PORTSMOUTH, N. H. 03801



TELEPHONE 431-6703



January 15, 1980



Board of Selectmen
Town of Seabrook
Route #286
Seabrook, N.H. 03874



Gentlemen :



I am writing to request that the Town of Seabrook include an
allocation of $2,000. for the support of the Seacoast Regional Counsel-
ing Center in its budget.

During 1979 our statistics indicate that the Counseling Center
served 53 Seabrook residents for a total of three hundred sixty-nine
(369) hours of services. At our current hourly cost of $44.00 this
amounts to $16,236. We feel that these statistics, together with the
latest population figures for your town, warrant our modest request.

I hope the town votes favorably on this request. Thank you
for your past and continuing support of our services.

Sincerely ,



^/^C^/j^-y/^^^,^^



RL/lr Richard S. Lockhart

Executive Director



41



SEACOAST VISITING NURSE ASSOCIATION

1978-1979
SEABROOK



Fiscal year-
Total Calls
Seabrook



1978-1979
8973
2857



1977-197!
8646
2976



2857



During the fiscal year July 1, 1978 to June 30, 1979,
calls were made to residents of Seabrook.



Nursing

Physical Therapy

Home Health Aide



2568
178
111



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one
are
nece

Clin

a Pe

as A

are

immu

test

sere

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refe

no c

bl 00
Tri n
may
pres
prob

R.N.
Seer
as t
Home
prov

Dire
thei
this
$540



Of the
ced fee
is refu
seal ed
ssary .

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ic. CI
d i a t r i c
gency n
seen on
n i z a t i
i n g , V i
e n i n g .
e seen
e n i s t s
rred to
ost to

Each m
d press
i ty Uni
come in
sure ch
lems wh

Our St
's, a P
etary/B
he need
maker/H
i d e aid

Althou
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