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Hilco Supply




18,697,


.43


Atlantic Cast Iron




27,752,


.60


George Caldwell Co.




956,


,51


Municipal Services




8,955,


,28


Cynco Supply




295,


,56


Public Works Supply




1,257,


,35


Water Works Supply




5,506,


.72


Cory don Perkins




575.


,00


Payrol 1




1,040.


,53


Coffin & Richardson




4,200.


,00


Exeter News Letter




87.


,50


Robert Dow Inc.




2,832.


,50


The Times




128.


,00


Portsmouth Herald




110.


,00


Eureka Cement Pipe




3,884.


00


Total Expenditures:


$


78,557.


55


Reimbursements :


$


30.


00


Bal ance :


$


121,472.


45



83



ART. # 33



79 MOTOR VEHICLE FUND



APPROPRIATION

Expendi tures :
Bal ance :



$ 50,000.00

$ 50,000.00
$ 0.00



ART. # 36 '79 FIRE ALARM

APPROPRIATION:

Expendi tures:

Vernon Small
Clifford of Vermont

Total Expenditures:
Bal ance :



$ 30,000.00



790.69
23,457.72

24,248.41
5,751.59



ART. # 37 '79 FIRE PUMPER

APPROPRIATION:

Expendi tures :

Marr Radio Corp.

Total Expenditures:
Bal ance :



$ 90,000.00



635.00

635.00
89,365.00



ART. # 38 '79 AMBULANCE



APPROPRIATION:

Expenditures:

Bay State Ambulance

Thompson Signs

Benoit Medical Supply

Norman Sanborn Co.

So. Shore Medical Supply

Motorola Inc.

Total Expenditures:
Bal ance :



$ 25,000.00



19,950.00

30.00

328.00

93.59

2,379.80

1,661.25

$ 24,442.64
$ 557.36



ART. # 40 '79 CRUISERS

APPROPRIATION:

Expenditures :

Tul 1 ey Bui ck

Total Expenditures
Bal ance :



$ 11,400.00



11,313.24

11,313.24
86.76



84



ART. # 41 '79 POLICE VAN

APPROPRIATION:

Expenditures:

Wal 1 ace Chevrol et
Protective Materials Co.

Total Expenditures:
Overdraft :



$ 7,500.00



6,879.00
1,200.00

8,079.00
579.00



ART. # 44 '79 CONSERVATION LAND

APPROPRIATION:

Expend itu res:
Bal ance :



$ 5,000.00

$ 0.00
$ 5,000.00



ART. # 46 '79 CEMETERY FENCE

APPROPRIATION:

Expenditures:

The Times
Jay ' s Fence
Portsmouth Herald

Total Expenditures:
Overdraft :



$ 15,000.00



20.66

14,984.00

33.00

15,037.66
37.66



ART. # 47 '79 PARKS TRUCK

APPROPRIATION:

Expend itu res:

Wal 1 ace Chevrol et

Total Expenditures:
Bal ance :



$ 8,000.00



6,248.00

6,248.00
1,752.00



ART. # 49 '79 TRACTOR-CRAWLER

APPROPRIATION:

Expenditures :

Jordan-Milton Machinery

Total Expenditures:
Bal ance :



$ 50,000.00



44,735.00

44,735.00
5,265.00



85



ART. # 50 '79 RUBBISH TRUCK

APPROPRIATION:

Expendi tures :
Bal ance :



$ 42,000.00

$ 0.00
$ 42,000.00



ART. # 52 '79 SANDER-SALTER

APPROPRIATION:

Expendi tures:

R.C. Hazelton

Total Expenditures:
Bal ance :



$ 2,200.00



1,976.00

1,976.00
224.00



ART. # 53



79 TOWN SHED ADDITION



APPROPRIATION:

Expendi tures:

Portsmouth Herald
Ralph C. V. Eaton

Total Expenditures
Bal ance :



$ 10,000.00



53.66
9,871.00

9,924.66
75.34



ART. # 55 '79 HOT TOP

APPROPRIATION:

Expendi tures:

Portsmouth Herald
The Times
Georqe Brox Inc.

Total Expenditures
Bal ance :



$ 10,000.00



22.00

16,61

9,961.39

10,000.00
0.00



ART. # 57



79 FARM LANE DOCK



APPROPRIATION

Expendi tures :
Bal ance :



$ 10,000.00

$ 0.00
$ 10,000.00



86



ART. # 59 '79 SHRUBS

APPROPRIATION:

Expendi tures :

Exeter Tree Service

Total Expenditures:
Ba1 ance :



$ 1,000.00



996.00

996.00
4.00



NOTES & BONDS - PRINCIPAL

APPROPRIATION:

Expendi tures:

Arlington Trust Co.
First Nat. Bank of Boston
Farmers Home Admin.

Total Expenditures:
Bal ance :



$ 352,418.00



250,000.00

100,000.00

2,418.00

352,418.00
0.00



NOTES & BONDS - INTEREST

APPROPRIATION:

Expendi tures :

Arlington Trust Co.
First Nat. Bank of Boston
Farmers Home Admin.

Total Expenditures:
Balance:



$ 92,136.17



1,854.17

87,990.00

2,292.00

92,136.17
0.00



ROCKINGHAM COUNTY

Clarke Chandler, County Treasurer $ 243,475.00



SEABROOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Elizabeth Thibodeau, Treasurer



$1,087,772.00



WINNACUNNET HIGH SCHOOL
Paul Nersesian, Treasurer



$ 572,253.00



PAYROLL

Nancy Acox (SYEP) $ 609.00

Leon P. Bagley 838.00

Lurene K. Kaillargeon 6,852.90

Edgar Beckman 11 ,092.95

Richard P. Beckman 1 ,412.00

Robie M. Beckman Jr. 13,651.55

Robie Beckman Sr. 64.00

Janet Berry (SYEP) 469.80

Joseph W. Bishop 2,426.92

Lee Bitomske 270.00

Henry H. Boyd 1 ,569.00

Stanley Boyd Sr. 972.00

Harlan Bragg 18.00

Terry Bragg 20.00

Bruce G. Brcwn 450.00

Clyde 0. Brown 1 ,600.00

Edward L. Brown 140.00

Howard J. Brown 194.00

Irving J. Brown 6,634.80

James A. Brown 10,809.90

Maxie D. Brown 14,558.90

Jerry W. Brown 12,166.95

Robert B. Brown 376.00

Whonda Brown (SYEP) 591.60

Clarence Butland 824.00

Claire Champoux 202.58

James Champoux 52.93

Frank Chase Jr. 60.00

Fred L. Chase Jr. 9,151.75

Johann Chase (SYEP) 13.05

Robert Chrigstrom ' 530.00

Dorothea M. Cleary 1,943.75

Steven H. Coes 13,500.00

Isabel Ellen Coyne 4,253.32

Paul J. Cronin 11 ,658.16

Patricia Rae Crowell (SYEP) 191.40

James E. Curley Jr. 1 ,648.00

Philip Darling 2,070.00

Joseph L. Delisle Jr. 1,207.50

Leonard P. DiBartolomeo 608.00

Charlotte M. Dow 52.93

Chester Dow 3,348.00

George W. Dow 15,651.10

Michael A. Dow 192.00

Tammy Lynn Dow (SYEP) 468.35

Vernon G. Dow Sr. 13,936.22

Richard Downer 25.00

David F. Downs 10,145.33

Jean Downs 236.00

Mark Downs 166.00

Myra R. Driscoll 10.00

Donald A. Eaton 32.00

Elliot Eaton 400.00



88



Franklin D. Eaton 10,751.42

Furmer H. Eaton Jr. 13,059.37

Mollis G. Eaton 1 ,920.00

Howard Eaton 592.00

Ralph C.V. Eaton 2,802.93

Ronald M. Eaton 13,570.68

Ronald M. Eaton Jr. 12,510.06

Thomas H. Eaton 11 ,072.79

Timothy L. Eaton 12,701.39

Roland A. Emond Sr. 14,198.55

James C. Falconer 2,500.00

Everett H. Felch 7,189.50

Frederick B. Felch Sr. 8,800.00

Wayne D. Felch 300.00

William E. Felch 14,357.53

Edwin Follansbee 12,140.36

Harold E. Follansbee 1,572.00

James L. Fowle Sr. 9,584.70

Bonnie L. Fowler 2,357.90

Clarence G. Fowler 13,350.44

Gary K. Fowler 12,324.04

Herbert A. Fowler 40.00

Herbert E. Fowler 12,779.40

John B. Fowler Jr. 2,011.00

Richard L. Fowler 16,006.26

Virginia L. Fowler 9,841.00

Wilbur Fowler 11 ,057.78

Milton D. Gillespie 1 ,218.25

Dean R. Glover 16,128.30

James M. Goldthwaite 4,590.25

Lydia M. Gould 1 ,132.79

Nona E. Griggs 8,078.29

Derek P. Griggs 39.00

Bernard E. Gynan Sr. 448.00

Stanley A. Hamel 250.00

Paul Hardy 410.00

Harold W. Hewlett III 4,734.50

Kathleen Hickey 2,790.00

George Humes 480.00

Alfred C. Janvrin Sr. 2,107.65

Alfred C. Janvrin Jr. 1,320.00

Ernest D. Janvrin Jr. 12,018.64

Frank E. Janvrin 10,782.60

Harold F. Janvrin 770.00

Harold N. Janvrin 1,706.00

Martin P. Janvrin 13,822.24

Russell C. Jones 52.93

Eugene F. Jordanhazy 9,375.63

Asa Knowles III 1 ,148.00

Dana Knowles 1 ,596.00

Frank L. Knowles Jr. 13,707.64

Franklin W, Knowles 1,568.00

Kevin Knowles 356,00

Milan W. Knowles Sr. 9,894.33



89



Lester Knowles (SYEP) 355.98

Joseph Knowles 443.71

Walter E. Knowles 48.00

Warner B. Knowles 16,389.80

William A. Knowles 60.81

Horatio C. Lattime 11,833.60

Clyde Littlefield 8,854.00

Walter Littlefield 516.00

Earlene U. Locke 1,600.00

Robert Locke 200.00

Terry L. Locke 216.00

Charles Lylis 3,410.00

Aristotle T. Markos 124.00

Patrick D. Manthorn 13,186.27

Judith R. Melanson 7,864.67

Cathy Moaratty 8.00

Louis T. Nardello 52.00

William D. Nickles 8,026.49

Lawrence H. O'Brien 11,618.63

Howard C. Page III. 13,105.74

Carol L. Perkins 7,200.00

Earl Perkins 500.00

Rayenold F. Perkins 5,714.36

Russell Perkins 11,331.28

Scott Pierick (SYEP) 354.39

Gary Pitts 568.00

David Powell 1 ,348.00

Robert F. Quinn 17,000.00

John L. Randall 6,536.00

Robin Randall 1 ,228.00

Walter I. Randall Sr. 288.00

Barbara L. Richardson 1,604.86

William Rokicki (SYEP) 900.00

Jerry Rowe 1 ,971.00

Frederick A. Ruonala (CETA) 3,464.00

Arlene Sanborn 36.50

Ernest B. Sanborn 12,936.64

Keith Sanborn 772.00

Peter Sanborn 388.00

Harold L. Schremph 1,789.00

Dorothy Small 52.93

Elsie M. Small 315.00

Lynn C. Southwell 3,789.10

Elmer Stetson 500.00

Robert L. Taylor 194.00

Wayne Taylor 16.00

Jay Turcotte 258.00

Richard Turcotte (SYEP) 171.10

Yvonne Turcotte (SYEP) 26.83

Francis Valli Jr. 1,000.00

Mark Vedrani 589.43

George A. Weare 16.00

MArgaret B. Weare 7,321.50

James M. Webb 12,168.75



90



John Welch Sr. 462.00

John Wills 226!oO

Rusty Eaton 234.00

Luellyn Mills 591 ,60



91



1979
Report of the Water Department

389,089,635 gallons of water were pumped during 1979, an increase
of 7,452,835 gallons over the previous year. Industrial and commer-
cial use decreased from 136,808,530 in 1978 to 132,536,075 in 1979.
U.S.M. Corp.- Bailey Division decreased nearly 4,000,000 gallons over
the previous year, although a portion of their summer use was much
higher than normal .

Three large water services were connected in 1979 (Best Western
Motel, Amesbury Machine Company and Public Service Company of N.H.
warehouse) for fire sprinkler systems only. Thirty-three new
services were installed in 1979.

Two thousand eight hundred feet of pipe was laid along Route 107
from the entrance of Cargocaire connecting to the west end of Weare
Road. This was done to increase fire flow and to improve the quality
of water.

Further testing was done on a new well site. Results of the test
showed it wasn't feasible to install a pump at this site. The location
of the site was off Lower Collins Street.

The Mill Lane wel'ls were needed from July 13th through October
2nd. The reason for using Mill Lane wells was because the demand for
water was greater than the capacity of our other wells. At times all
wells, including Mill Lane, were pumping continuously (24 hours a day).

New water mains were installed on nine streets at our beach. The
funds were appropriated through Article 31. The new water mains
(which are larger than the old ones) will increase water quality,
update the system and improve fire flow. Also 8 new fire hydrants
have been installed on these streets. The Town awarded the job to
Robinson Construction Company of North Hampton, N.H.. The project is
three-quarters completed at this time and will be completed in the
spring of 1980.

Our thanks to the N.H. State Civil Defense for loaning a pump and
pipe to the Department, free of charge, for the purpose of running an
experiment dealing with ground water re-charge. The project was run
most of the summer and all through the fall. Water was pumped daily
from the small stream off Route 107 cross-country to a sediment pond
between wells #1 and #2 on True Road. Although this was an experiment
we are told by our consulting engineers. Coffin & Richardson, Inc.,
that 10% of all the water pumped in wells #1 and #2 during this period
came from the water pumped by the Civil Defense unit.

New water rates went into effect beginning July 1st for commer-
cial and industrial users (metered).

We want to thank you for the cooperation shown during the summer
months for limiting outside use of water.

Respectfully submitted,
Warner B. Knowles
Superintendent



92



TOWN OF SEABROOK

WATER DEPARTMENT

Summary of Receipts, Expenditures and Proof of Balance
Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1979



Receipts :
















Water Use




200


,931


.29








Installations






624


.42








Sale of Materials






780


.40








Gas Tax Refund






39


.28








Reimbursements






335


.80








Late Charges






886


.00








C.E.I. P. Grant




8


.000


.00








Court Fees






43


.50








Deposits on bid specs






250


.00








Bad Check fees






50


.00








Repair of hydrants






998


.46


$212


,939


.15


Expend itu res:
















Payrol 1




52


,199,


.95








Utilities




27


,952,


.26








Fuel




2


,794,


.59








Repairs to Equipment




6


,708,


,91








Supplies & Materials




6:


,380,


.77








Rents, Difes & Refunds






448,


.16








Contract Servi ces




45


,861,


,71








Reimbursements






165,


,82








New Equipment




2,


,569.


,02








Office Equipment & Supp


1 1 i e s




89.


,64








Bonds & Interest




4:


,710.


,00








Adverti si ng






95.


,00








Registration of Motor V


e h i c


les


7.


.00


$149,


,982,


.83


Transferred to General


Fund


77,


,000.


,00


$226,


,982.


,83


















Balance January 1,1979




15.


,647.


25








Total 1979 Receipts




212.


,939.


15








Less Selectmen's Order


Pd.


226,


,982.


83


$ 1,


,603.


,57


Balance Hampton Nat'l B


ank














as per Statement




89,


,795.


55








Deposits not credited




6,


440.

,092.

100.


00
02
00









Less Outstanding Checks
Balance December 31, 1979



96,427.57
94,824.00



$ 1,603.57



93



TOWN OF SEABROOK

WATER DEPARTMENT

December 31, 1979

Accounts Receivable

Unmetered 31,640.49

Metered 9,200.92

Installations 219.40

Sale of Materials 26.79



$41,087.60



94



WATER DEPARTMENT



Payrol 1
Utilities



Fuel



Tel ephone
H Electric Co



The Home Gas Corp.
Northern Utilities, Inc
Red ' s Texaco



Repairs To Equipment
Leo Fowler
Dana's Auto Repair
Mahar Corp.
Aetna Pumps, Inc.
N.H. Fence Company
Coastal Radiator
Dick's Ti re Servi ce
H. Brown & Son Motor Co,



Registration of Motor Vehicles
State of N.H. - M.V.



Supplies & Materials
Public Works Supply
Bill's Country Supply
Cynco Supply
Hersey Products, Inc.
Big Al 's Auto Parts
Ti -Sales, Inc.
Johnson Lumber Co.
State Line Supply
Eno Building Supply
Sparling Envirotech
Ranging, Inc.
John lafol la Co. , Inc .
Dodge ' s Agway
Water Works Supply
Hach Chemical Company
Seabrook Lumber
Tri mount Bituminous Prod.
Swimming Pool Center
Amesbury Paint & Hardware
Janvrin's Inc.
E.W. Bartlett
Conway Associates
H. R. Prescott & Sons



< 1,664.61
26,287.65



783.34

526.50

1,484.75



49.85
743.46
3,454.00
823.06
965.00
160.00
270.00
243.54



7.00



389.99

708.37

343.00

420.50

264.20

794.50

155.68

112.45

18.29

138.72

20.87

33.80

117.63

379.30

26.69

15.96

120.06

74.95

19.69

32.40

20.00

146.00

714.40



$52,199.95



27,952.26



2,794.59



6,708.91



7.00



95



Municipal Services, Inc



Rents, Dues & Refunds



Tri-Rent-All


Treas . ,


Boston & Maine


Tayl or


Rental


Clarence Heywood


Mary Burke


Lionel


PI ourde


Theresa


Miller


Russel 1


Bryant


Adelber


■t Wasson


Russel 1


J a n V r i n


Wesl ey


J a n V r i n


John J .


Welch


Ferdinand J. Gagne


Philip


A. Sweeney


Robert


E. Moaratty


Bruce G


. Brown


Edward


D. Marcinonis


Robert


Dow Const. Co.


R. G. W


atkins Const. C


Lee All


ard Const. Co.


Griffin


Const. Co.


Mi dway


Excavators


A. Soucy Const. Co.


Earthmovers, Inc.


P. W. B


rown. Inc.


Robinson Const. Co.


El i z a b e


th Wilkins


Contract


Servi ces



1,313.32



26.00
10.00
29.16



6,380.77



Corydon F. Perkins, Sr.

City of Portsmouth - Water Dept

N.H. Wat. Sup. & Poll . Control

Vernon R. Smal 1

Al CO Eng . Inc.

Whitman & Howard, Inc.

Wilmington Pump Supply

Hollis Eaton

Coffin & Richardson, Inc.

Robie M. Beckman, Sr.

James A. Watts & Sons, Inc.

E. N. Dixon Co., Inc.

Russell Janvrin

Arlington Trust Co.

Fogg ' s Auto Sal vage

Water Service Consultants

Parco Eng. Corp. _



1



1



12



025
804
493
006
279
441
623
247
26,041
40
577
140
277
1,155
210
282
219



00
00
00
00
00
00
00



20.00
20.00
20.00
20.00
20.00
20.00
2.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
20.00



00
50
00
26
00
21
10
76
00
00
50
00
00
35
00
00
03



448.16



45,861.71



96



Reimbursements

Warner B. Knowles
Herbert E. Fowler
Town of Seabrook



12,


.00


3,


.82


150,


.00



165.82



Office Supplies & Equipment
Edward Quimby Co.
Port Office Products
N. E. Business Service, Inc



37.00
23.25
29.39



89.64



Bonds & Interest
Farmers Home Adm.



4,710.00



4,710.00



Adverti sements

Honey Bee Donut Shop



95.00



95.00



New Equipment

Eureka Cement Lined Pipe Co

Hews Body Company

N.H. Explosive Mach. Co.



1,660.00

35.00

874.02



" 2,569.02
$149,982.83



Transferred to General Fund



77,000.00



77,000.00
$226,982.83



97



TOWN OF SEABROOK

WATER DEPARTMENT

SPECIAL WATER ACCOUNT

Summary of Receipts & Expenditures
January 1, 1979 to December 31, 1979



Balance forward 1979



$27,824.64



Expenditures during year
B i 1 c



Balance of Receipts
Expenditures for year 1979



$458.15



27,824.64
458.15



458.15



27,366.49



Balance Hampton National Bank

as per statement 27,366.49



Less outstanding checks



■0-



$27,366.49



98



EXHIBIT A-7

TOWN OF SEABROOK

Long-Term Indebtedness

Statement of Debt Service Requirements

December 31, 1977



Water Bonds
37.



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



$628,000
November 1 , 1955
November 1

May 1 and November 1

First National Bank

of Boston, or Exeter

Banking Company



Maturities - Fiscal Year Ending



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,


1994


December


31


1995


December


31,


1996


Totals







Principal


Interest


$ 25,000


$


6,090


25,000




5,340


25,000




4,590


25,000




3,840


25,000




3,090


25,000




2,340


25,000




1,590


28,000




840



$203,000 $27,720



99



Water
Extension Notes

37.



Water Bonds
7.25%



$80,


,000




$1,365


,000






December


14,


1966


December 1 ,


1975






December


31




December 1








December


31




June 1 and


December 1






Farmers Home




First National Bank






Administration ,


of Boston






Exeter, New 1


Hampshire




















Total-




Principal




Interest


Principal


Interest


Principal


Interest


$ 2,325




$ 2,385


$ 75,000


$ 88,088


$ 102,325


$ 96,563


2,418




2,292


75,000


82,650


102,418


90,282


2,514




2,196


75,000


77,212


102,514


83,998


2,615




2,095


75,000


71,775


102,615


77,710


2,719




1,991


75,000


66,338


102,719


71,419


2,828




1,882


75,000


60,900


102,828


65,122


2,941




1,769


75,000


55,462


102,941


58,821


3,059




1,651


75,000


50,025


106,059


52,516


3,181




1,529


75,000


44,588


78,181


46,117


3,309




1,401


75,000


39,150


78,309


40,551


3,441




1,269


75,000


33,712


78,441


34,981


3,579




1,131


75,000


28,275


78,579


29,406


3,722




988


75,000


22,838


78,722


23,826


3,871




839


50,000


17,400


53,871


18,239


4,025




685


50,000


13,775


54,025


14,460


4,186




524


50,000


10,150


54,186


10,674


4,354




356


50,000


6,525


54,354


6,881


4,528




182


40,000


2,900


44,528


3,082


21




1
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ZONING ORDINANCE

OF THE

TOVJN OF SEABROOK, NEW HAMSPHIRE

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 development of the Town's resources and to en-
courage the most appropriate use of land throughout the Town of
Seabrook.

SECTION 11: ESTABLISHMENT OF USE DISTRICTS

For the purpose of this ordinance the Town of Seabrook is here-
by divided into five use districts:

ZONE 1

ZONE 2

ZONE 3

ZONE ^■

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 structually
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.

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 area shall be so reduced or diminished that the yards
or other open spaces shall be smaller than prescribed by this ordin-
ance nor shall the density of population be increased in any manner
except in conformity with the area regulations as hereinafter pro-
vided.



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^■ . 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 building hereinafter erected shall be located on a lot
herein defined, and in no case shall there be more than one build-
ing on one lot, except as hereinafter provided.

SECTION 111; 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 ^■.

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


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