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Reimbursements $ 7,448.38

BALANCE $ 8,488.67



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ART. 48 '80 RECREATION LAND

APPROPRIATION: $ 30,000.00

Payroll 2,055.30

Mollis Eaton 180.00

Lloyd Perkins, Jr. 768.00

Ashley Sargent 564.00

Raymond Carney 192.00

Derco, Inc. 250.00

Russell Janvrin 300.00

Paul Fitzgerald 320.00

Cartier & Sons 850.00

Dodge's Agway 32.45

Corydon Perkins 776.00

Jay's Fence Co. 4,997.00

John lafolla Co. 4,311.20

Hussey Products Co. 1,200.00

TOTAL EXPENDITURES $ 16,795.95

BALANCE $ 13,204.05



ART. 49 '80 SEWER STUDY

APPROPRIATION: $100,000.00

BALANCE $100,000.00

ART. 50 '80 VETERANS MEMORIAL

APPROPRIATION: $ 11,964.00

The Times 22.08

Portsmouth Herald 34.50

Exeter Monument Works 10,846.00

TOTAL EXPENDITURES $ 10,902.58

BALANCE $ 1,061.42

ART. 51 '80 C.A.P.

APPROPRIATION: $ 5,000.00

Rockingham Co. Community Action Program 5,000.00

TOTAL EXPENDITURES $ 5,000.00

BALANCE $ 0.00



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ART. 53 '80 VOTING BOOTHS

APPROPRIATION: $ 2,300.00

Douglas Mfg. Co. 2,112.23

TOTAL EXPENDITURES $ 2,112.23

BALANCE $ 187.77

ART. 54 '80 N. H. RETIREMENT

APPROPRIATION: $ 9,618.61

N. H. Retirement System 928.32

TOTAL EXPENDITURES $ 928.32

BALANCE $ 8,690.29

ART. 56 '80 LEDGE ROAD

APPROPRIATION: $ 2,500.00

E. N. Dixon Co. 360.00

Payroll 1,433.52

TOTAL EXPENDITURES $ 1,793.52

BALANCE $ 706.48

ART. 60 '80 LOWER COLLINS STREET

APPROPRIATION: $ 1,700.00

Water Works Supply 351.59

Russell Janvrin 348.41

Stanley Saracy 880.00

TOTAL EXPENDITURES $ 1,580.00

BALANCE $ 120.00

ART. 61 '80 MUNICIPAL BUILDING FUND

APPROPRIATION: $300,000.00

Town of Seabrook 300,000.00

TOTAL EXPENDITURES $300,000.00

BALANCE $ 0.00



ROCKINGHAM COUNTY

Clarke R. Chandler, Treasurer $369,308.00

SEABROOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Elizabeth A. Thibodeau, Treasurer $699,607.47

Frederick B. Felch, Treasurer 375,000.00

TOTAL EXPENDITURES $1,074,607.47

WINNACUNNET HIGH SCHOOL

Paul R. Nersesian, Treasurer $1,043,383.00



WAGES 1980



DEPARTMENT



PAY SCALE



TOWN OFFICES



Selectmen, Chairman yearly

Selectmen, Members yearly

Tax Collector no fees

Treasurer hourly

Town Clerk plus/fees

Selectmen's Clerk hourly

Other Permanent Clerks hourly

Part-time clerks hourly

Building Inspector yearly



$ 2,500.

2,000.

8,800.
4.65

3,000.
4.65
4.65
4.00

3,000.



POLICE DEPARTMENT:



Chief

Lieutenants
Sergeants
Detective
Permanent Men
Regul ar Men



weekl y
weekly
weekly
weekly
weekly
hourl y



358.00
280.00
269.20
262.00
257.60
5.00



FIRE DEPARTMENT



Chief weekly

Deputy weekly

Captain Mechanic weekly
Captain Training Officer weekly

Permanent Men weekly

Call Firemen( % ) yearly

Part-time Men hourly



294.84
270.06
270.48
265.44
250.74
600.00
5.00



HIGHWAY, CEMETERY, RUBBISH, HEALTH



Highway Agent
Asst. Hiahway Agent
Permanent Men
Part-time Men



weekly
weekly
weekl y
hourly



294.80

269.28

238.92

4.65



WATER DEPARTMENT



Foreman

Asst. Superintendent
Permanent Men
Part-time Men



weekl y
weekl y
weekly
hourly
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294.80

269.28

238.92

4.65



PAYROLL

Gordon Baqley $ 130.20

Lurene Baillargeon 7,001.10

Herbert F. Baxter 190.65

Edgar Beckman 12,584.69

Richard P. Beckman 2,199.60

Robie H. Beckman, Jr. 16,381.06

Donal C. Bergeron, Jr. 365.00

Lee Bitomski 1,140.80

Kimberly A. Bograd 113.40

Minabell Bowden 77.57

Henry H. Boyd 1,855.35

Michael Boyd 41.07

Stanley Boyd Sr. 1,255.50

David J. Bregy Jr. 279.00

Barbara Brown 299.15

Bruce G. Brown 750.00

Edward Brown 79.05

Fred Brown 83.70

Irving J. Brown 14,270.75

James~A. Brown 12,340.22

Jerry W. Brown 14,439.74

Kevin Brown 79.05

Maxie D. Brown 13,580.79

Norman H. Brown 100.00

Norman L. Brown 625.00

Richard Brown 474.00

Robert B. Brown 1,395.64

Scott Brown 402.00

Viola Brown 106.77

Virginia A. Brown 52.02

Robert J. Burnett 2,030.75

Chester Carr 17.34

Vera Carr 17.34

Ruth Castonguay 126.84

Claire A. Champoux 177.94

James Champoux 134.14

Fred L. Chase Jr. 16,786.13

Robert Chrigstrom 1,065.00

Leon W. Clark 41.07

Dorothea M. Cleary 4,629.50

Steven H. Coes 15,567.16

Thomas W. Collins 2,743.50

Isabel E. Coyne 10,001.72

Mary Crawford 128.67

Robert Crawford 162.43

Paul J. Cronin 18,202.00

Michael F. Crossland 6,281.23

Nancy Crossland 27.38

Carmella Cultraro 10.95

Elaine R. Curley 299.15

James E. Curley Jr. 6,160.25

David A. Currier 2,972.25

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Philip Darling 4,649.25

Joseph L. Delisle Jr. 13,233.34

Coleen Dodqe 7.30

Charlotte Dow 100.38

George W. Dow 20,575.56

Vernon G. Dow 16,002.90

Myra Driscoll 333.00

Edith Dunbrack 21.00

Herbert E. Dupre 534.75

Alick Eaton 427.50

Elliot Eaton 450.00

Franklin D. Eaton 11,947.70

Furmer H. Eaton Jr. 15,226.22

James S. Eaton 1,999.98

Leslie A. Eaton 510.00

Mollis G. Eaton 2,167.00

Howard Eaton 427.90

Ralph C.V. Eaton 3,163.34

Ralph D. Eaton 44.72

Ronald M. Eaton Sr. 14,506.58

Ronald M. Eaton Jr. 14,102.30

Thomas H. Eaton 12,390.74

Timothy L. Eaton 15,120.07

Mary Elliot 121.37

Ruth Elliot 31.94

Roland A. Emond Sr. 17,035.05

James C. Falconer 2,000.01

Charles Felch 562.65

Charles H. Felch 17.34

Everett H. Felch 2,616.00

Frederick B. Felch 8,800.00

Wayne Felch 684.00

William E. Felch 16,814.60

Edwin Follansbee 14,866.46

Bonnie L. Fowler 2,598.07

Clarence G. Fowler 15,428.02

Gary K. Fowler 15,299.84

George Fowler 36.50

Gregg Fowler 1,357.83

Herbert E. Fowler 14,184.38

John B. Fowler 17.34

John B. Fowler Jr. 206.93

John Fowler 1,116.00

Reese A. Fowler Jr. 390,60

Richard L. Fowler 18,027.72

Virginia L. Fowler 9,478.50

Wilbur Fowler 13,209.66

Edwin Gas kill 7.30

Marilyn Gilbert 41.07

Milton D. Gillespie 1,092.00

Dean R. Glover 18,486.07

James M. Goldthwaite 5,626.00

Lydia M. Could 1,600.02

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Brett H. Griggs 1,829.82

Derek P. Griggs 43.63

Nona E. Griggs 9,490.85

Richard Hale 445.00

Bessie S. Hamel 17.34

Stanley A. Hamel 450.00

Marion Hawkes 434.00

Harold W. Hewlett III 6,602.51

Kathleen Hickey 1,980.00

George Humes 949.00

Gertrude Humphrey 41.07

Donna Janvrin 17.34

Ernest D. Janvrin 13,751.96

Frank E. Janvrin 12,154.79

Harold F. Janvrin 1,085.00

Harold N. Janvrin 1,702.50

Karen Janvrin 17.34

Marianne Janvrin 17.34

Martha Janvrin 17.34

Martin P. Janvrin 15,883.38

Anthony Johonnett 127.34

Russell C. Jones 197.10

Eugene F. Jordanhazy 16,139.66

Robert Kershaw 90.68

Marion Kinlock 16.43

Abbie Knowles 52.02

Frank L. Knowles Jr. 15,666.14

Franklin W. Knowles 456.00

Kevin Knowles 727.74

Lester Knowles 265.06

Milan W. Knowles 15,609.21

Vivian Knowles 17.34

Warner B. Knowles 18,442.41

William A. Knowles 197.10

Horatio C. Lattime 13,814.53

Christine LeClair 7.30

Fred D. LeClair 483.60

Clyde Littlefield 10,479.45

Walter Littlefield 288.30

Earlene U. Locke 2,499.99

Robert Locke 720.00

Kenneth Lovejoy 1,390.36

Charles Lylis 677.50

Patricia McKenzie 16.43

Patrick D. Manthorn 16,833.04

Charlotte K. Marshall 75.74

Cynthia L. Marshall 155.13

Judith R. Melanson 9,384.00

Diane P. Mello 1,372.00

Addie Merrill 17.34

Dennis W. Merrill 4,944.13

Norman W. Moore 46.50

Dheryl Nichols 162.75

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Donnell Nicholson 16.43

Dorothy Nicholson 100.39

William D. Nickels 17,013.40

Lawrence H. O'Brien 13,505.19

Craig R. Orff 6,971.02

Howard C. Paae III 19,501.67

Frank Palazzo 3,000.00

Carol L. Perkins 9,261.48

Donald A. Perkins Sr. 3,203.85

Donald Perkins 2,850.45

Earl Perkins 600.00

Russell Perkins 12,036.13

Manuel Perry 54.75

Catherine Pichette 2,306.40

Gary Pitts 640.00

David Powell 4,753.25

Mark Preston 7,632.50

Robert F. Quinn 9,810.00

John L. Randall 942.50

Robin Randall 227.70

Bryan Richards 1,935.00

Barbara L. Richardson 1,141.93

Jerry M. Rowe 2,056.49

William Roy 490.00

Edith M. Russell 17.34

Peter Russell Jr. 17.34

Ernest B. Sanborn 15,535.04

Keith Sanborn 2,057.50

Peter Sanborn 374.40

Shirley Sanborn 17.34

Stanley J. Saracy 179.50

Harold L. Schremph 2,891.00

Catherine Silver 16.43

Douglas Silver 16.43

Elaine Small 33.77

Elsie Small 700.00

Eric Small 21.91

Joan Souther 23.73

Leroy Souther 46.50

Lynn C. Southwell 14,839.79

Robert Spencer 1,600.00

Elmer Stetson 600.00

Phi la Sturgis 41.07

Aline Thibodeau 16.43

Deidre Thibodeau 56.58

Elizabeth Thibodeau 63.88

Francis Thibodeau 16.43

Leroy C. Thayer 2,039.06

Carlene M. Thompson 3,691.75

Wayne D. Thurlow 785.85

David Til ton 90.00

Renee Tofanelli 1,190.40

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Francis Valli Jr. l.OOO^QQ

Walter A. Vitalone Jr. 381,31

Mildred Verzi 16.43

Margaret B. Weare 8,981.81

James M. Webb 12,271.47

Donald W. Welch 864.90

John Welch Sr. 705.00

Pauline White 585.00

Arthur Wicklund 197.10

Margaret E. Williams 121.50

Ruth Xavier 16.43

Deidre Havorosky 28.29

Christine Felch 52.02



TOTAL $ 910.524.20



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1980
REPORT OF THE WATER DEPARTMENT

There were 347,127,690 gallons of water pumped during 1980, a
decrease of 41,961,945 gallons over the previous year.

Industrial and commercial use decreased from 132,563,075 gal-
lons in 1979 to 102,515,140 gallons in 1980. This 30,047,935 gallon
decrease is attributed to USM Corp. - Bailey Division who had a
decrease of almost 36,000,000 gallons.

We picked up 3 new commercial users (metered). These were
Phoenecia Motor Inn, Women's World and Harold Hargraves who were
previously on our fixed rate.

There were 41 new services installed in 1980.

The project to replace water mains at the beach which was start-
ed in 1979 has been completed this year. New water mains were install-
ed on Lawrence, Methuen, Dracut, Andover, Lowell, Chelmsford, Nashua,
Manchester and parts of Atlantic Avenue and Hooksett Streets. Eight
new fire hydrants were installed and eighty-six water services were
replaced, and the entire streets were paved.

A 12" water main was laid cross country to connect Route 1 to
Pickens Avenue and Tra-Sea Park. This was done by obtaining easements
from Tra-Sea Corp., James A. Watts and William Moore Jr. The laying
of the water mains from Pickens Avenue through Tra-Sea Park, across
the property of Moore and Watts and through the Hillside Cemetery to
Route 1 had these advantages:

1. It eliminated dead ends at Route 1, Pickens Avenue and
Tra-Sea Park.

2. It increased fire flow on these streets and part of Collins
Street.

3. It made another loop to route water to the south end and
beach areas of the Town. (All the water was coming through
one water main on Washington Street.)

The water department hopes in the future to increase the size
of the water main on Pickens Avenue to get another 12" water main to
the standpipe behind the Fire Station.

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There were 300 feet of water mains extended on Gove Road and tied
into Route 1. One half of this project was laying mains through ledge
and the road was resurfaced. This loop eliminated the dead end on Gove
Road and also increased the fire flow on Gove Road.

An 8" water main was laid under Route 1 through a sleeve on
Perkins Avenue and was connected to Seabrook Village, Inc.. Two new
fire hydrants were installed on Perkins Avenue, which had not previously
had a hydrant. This project eliminated the dead end on Pine Street and
at Seabrook Village, Inc. and it also increased fire flow on Pine Street
and at Seabrook Village, Inc..

The Town well fields were surveyed and bounds are to be set.

Permanent fire hydrant markers were installed on all town owned
fire hydrants.

Other projects included installation of chain link fencing at
Wells #1, #2 and #4, the painting of all pumping stations, the painting
of all the town owned fire hydrants and installing a fire hydrant on
Ashland Street.

The Civil Defense pump was in use again in the summer and fall
of 1980. This pump which is used to recharge Wells #1 and #2 was not
used as much this year as it was in 1979 because there was less water
available due to a decrease in rainfall.

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



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TOWN OF SEABROOK

WATER DEPARTMENT

Summary of Receipts, Expenditures and Proof of Balance

Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1980

Recei pts :

Water Use 217,376.92

Installations 1,200.00

Sale of Material s 205.09

Late Fees & Bad Check Fees 729.00

Hydrant Repairs 2,852.69

Sale of Eng. Report 6.45

C. E. I . P Grant 7,234.51

Backflow Prev. Device testing 282 . 00

S229,886.66



Expend i tures :

Payroll 63,218.74

Utilities 31,362.80

Fuel 3,256.89

Materials 9,727.03

Operating Supplies 1,129.67

Repairs 3,363.49

Contract Services 29,776.84

Rents & Dues 200.45

Advertising 196.91

Equipment 2,775.70

Refunds & Abatements 3,036.60

Transferred to General Fund 80,000.00



$148,045.12
$228,045.12



**•*■*■■*•■*•**■*■■*■*■*■•*•*■*•**■*■***■*■■*■*



Balance January 1, 1980 1,603.57

Total 1980 Receipts 229,886.66

Less Selectmen's Order Paid 228,045. 12

Bal . Arlington Trust per stmt. 105,532.49

Deposits not credited 5,860.00

111,392.49

Less Outstanding Checks 107,947.38

Balance December 31, 1980



$ 3,445.11



$ 3,445.11



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TOWN OF SEABROOK



WATER DEPARTMENT



December 31, 1980



Accounts Receivable



Unmetered

Metered

Ins tallat ions

Sale of Materials



21,292.16

2,089.97

385.00

259.25



$ 24,026.38



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WATER DEPARTMENT



Payrol 1
Fuel



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



1,623.25
958.57
675.07



$63,218.74



3,256.89



Materials

Ti -Sales, Inc.

Seabrook Lumber

Municipal Services, Inc.

Dodge's Agway

Bill's Country Supply

Hach Chemical Company

Cynco Supply

Amesbury Paint & Hardware

Nanco

State Line Supply Co.

Water Works Supply Co.

Trimount Bituminous

American Chain & Cable Co

New England Barricade

Burroughs Corporation

Business Data Services

Data Forms Co . , I nc .

Janvri ns , Inc.

Johnson's Lumber Company



273.79
120.90
952.18
460.34
866.30

51.67

393.21

6.56

11.40
177.23
568.35
437.82
116.36

59.70

,006.77

900.00

206.93

87.30

30.22



9,727.03



Operating Supplies
The Withey Press
I . B . M . Corp .
Seabrook Post Office



39.00
864.00
226.67



1,129.67



U t i 1 i t i e s

New England Telephone Co.
Exeter & Hampton Electric Co



1,443.26
29,919.54



31,362.80



Repai rs

Jerry Locke & Sons

Vernon Small

The Bristol Saybrook Company

Big Al ' s Auto Parts

H. Brown & Sons

Dana's Auto Repair

Hurst Manufacturing Co.

Parco Eng. Corp.

Seabrook Tire Center

M. A. Bruder & Sons, Inc.

Envirotech Sparling, Inc



30.00
566.39

26.01
459.46
508.84

65.57

46.32

519.92

3.00

386.90

330.00



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Ross Val ve Mf g . Co .
ACCO Bristol Babcock
I .B.M. Corp.

Dick's Tire Service, Inc
T.C.S. Communications
Ti 1 ton Motor Sal es
Howe Stebbins
Leo ' s Auto Repa i r



Contract Services

City of Portsmouth - Water Dept

Tamarack Tree Service

Water Service Consultants

Cory don F. Perkins, Sr.

Russell W. Janvrin

N.H.W.S.P.C.C.

Kill ion, Plodzik & Sanderson

Comex, Inc.

I. B.M. Corp.

Cammett & Kutensky Eng.

Mark Egan - Horizontal Drilling

Herbert W. Flanders

Parker Survey

Atlantic Coast Fence Co.

Jones & Beach Engineers, Inc.



154.27
26.08
5.88
70.00
52.50
41.85
48.50
22.00



460.00
171.00
570.00
315.00

2,919.09

247.00

300.00

171.21

94.00

1,869.04

150.00

25.00

3,575.00

4,292.00
14,618.50



3,363.49



29,776.84



Rents, Dues & Fees

N.H. Water Works Assoc.

Treas . , State of N.H.

B & M Corp.

N.E. Water Works Assoc.

Tri-Rent-All

Edith Holland, Reg. of Deeds



25.00
30.00
10.00
65.50
40.00
29.95



200.45



Adverti s i ng

Essex County Newspaper
The Haverhill Gazette
The Portsmouth Herald
Lawrence Eagle Tribune



71.13
11.25
97.75
16.78



196.91



Equi pment

T.C.S. Communications
Marr Radio Corporation
Wm. H. Hoi t Assoc.
Wright Communications



956.75

150.00

148.95

1,520.00



2,775.70



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Refunds & Abatements
Cimarron Realty Trust
Warner B. Knowles
Wayne Bowden
Robert Gallahue
Edward Hawkes
Armand Blanchard
Thomas H. Eaton
Sam Traficante



2,775

113

42



00
60
00



20. 00
1.00

40.00
5.00

40.00



3,036.60
$148,045.12



Transferred to General Fund



80,000.00



80,000.00



$228,045. 12



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TOWN OF SEABROOK

WATER DEPARTMENT

SPECIAL WATER ACCOUNT

Summary of Receipts & Expenditures
January 1. 1980 to December 31. 1980



Balance forward 1980



$ 27,366.49



Expenditures during year:

Atlantic States Cast Iron Pipe Co
$ 27,366.49



Bal ance of Recei pts
Expenditures for 1980



$ 27,366.49
27,366.49



Balance Hampton National Bank

as per statement -0-

Less outstanding checks -0-



** Account Closed **



27,366.49



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EXHIBIT A-7

TOWN OF SEABROOK

Long-Term Indebtedness

Statement of Debt Service Requirements

December 31, 1977



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



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







Mater


Bonds


37.


$628,


000


November 1


, 1955


November 1




May 1 and


November 1


First National Bank


of Boston,


or Exeter


Banking


Company


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



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Water

Extension Notes

3%



Water Bonds
7.25%



$80,000
December 14, 1966
December 31
December 31
Farmers Home
Administration ,
Exeter, New Hampshire



$1,365,000
December 1, 1975
December 1

June 1 and December 1
First National Bank

of Boston











_ Tn^fl^




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






21
$1,477,636


1


$59,636


$25,166


$1,215,000


$771,763


$824,649



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