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Annual Reports of the

Town of Scabrook



New Hampshire



1983




For the Year Ending December 31st
As Compiled by the Town Officers



University of New Hampshfre Ubraiy_



COVER: THE ROCKS, 1900

The Rocks was located at the end of the old Rocks Road. It was a
dockina area used by farmers and fishermen since the mid-1600s. It
got its name from the cluster of rocks seen in this photoaraph.

The Rocks Dock was important economically due to its proximity to the
Brown's River which runs to the Hampton Harbor and into the Atlantic
Ocean. This landina opened onto the marshland - so vital to the farmers
for its abundance of salt hay.

The Rocks also served as a popular recreation site. In this photo
the FociQ family is havino a clam chowder party. John D. Foaa(1891-1981)
is in the foreground and his father, Georpe A. Foqci, is on the far
riaht with the horse and buggy.

Among Ellsworth Brown's(1860-1949) writings about Seabrook is an
account of the Seabrook people going to the Rocks Dock on their way to
Seabrook Beach:

"Most everyone on the Main Street( Route 1) and some on the side roads
looked forward to the annual outinn to Cross Beach. This place is now
the dunes at Seabrook Beach. It was the custom for many years to go to
the beach for a day's outing. They would oo down when it was hioh water,
about 5 to 7 a.m., so as to go down with the tide, and return at nioht
with it.

The people would walk or ride to the Rocks in the morninq, and as they
had a chowder for their dinner at noontime, they carried kettles, pans
and other accoutrements, also crackers, bread, pies and cakes. At the
Rocks the men had a gundalow in waiting which were used to boat stacks
of hay from the marshlands down the river in the late summer.

This gundalow was about 20 feet long and four men would sit on the
end-beams and pull two large, long oars, and two men at an oar. Planks
were put across to seat the people. Most of the ladies wore old-fashion
sunbonnets so they wouldn't get tanned. The steersman took his place
and the oarsmen pulled away and we glided peacefully down the river,
past Nates Stake and Half Tide Rock and out into the Hampton River.
Sometimes we took a tent with us and when we landed that was erected
the first thing.

The men would dig clams for the chowder after the tide left the flats.
The day was spent in recreation. The chowder seemed to be just as good
if a little sand had blown into it, and how good the chowders were to
them when their appetites were strengthened by the salt breezes. Late in
the afternoon we would start home, after the ladies had aathered all the
large shells they could find and the moss for their blanc manne. On the
way up the river the wind breezed up and the men had to row harder.
Sarah Ann's sunbonnet blew off and landed with the keel down and it
sailed away as though it was in a hurry to reach a port.

The part that I remember best was the singing on the boat. And I have
often declared that music sounds better on the water. All the old songs
were sung. "

Photo taken by Frank B. Fogg (1875-1914) and given to the Historical
Society of Seabrook by John D. Fogg of Hampton Falls. The narrative
was provided by the Historical Society of Seabrook.



Annual Reports
of the

Town of Seabrook



New Hampshire



For the Year Ending December 31st

1983



As Compiled by the Town Officers



Charles H. Batchelder
December 25, 1891 - September 11, 1973

The town report book is dedicated to the late Dr. Charles H. Patchelder
who so faithfully labored for the town's future development throuah his
membership on the Seabrook Planning Board from 1962 to 1968.

A BIOGRAPHY

Dr. Batchelder was born in Amesbury, Massachusetts, the son of Mary L.
Perkins (1864-1924) of Seabrook and Herbert W. Batchelder (1865-1946)
of Amesbury. He was married to Mildred W. Pierce of Pomponoosuc,
Vermont, and they had one child, John P. Batchelder (1919-1969).

In 1913 Dr. Batchelder graduated from what is now the liniversity of New
Hampshire with a B.S. decree in the field of Arts and Sciences. That
Fall he accepted a professorship at the University of Maine, where he
earned his M.A. decree in entomoloay. In 1920, he enrolled at Cornell
University and later received his Doctorate in Entomolopy.

Afterwards, he accepted a position with the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
and was assigned to the laboratory in Arlington, Mass. In 193^, he was
transferred to New Haven, Conn., where he remained until 194^, at which
time he was sent to Toledo, Ohio. Dr. Batchelder' s work and interest
was in developing methods to control the European corn borer which was
devastating our farmers' corn crops. In 1948, he was sent to Ankenny,
Iowa, where he continued his work on this project.

Less than a year later. Dr. Batchelder was appointed to the Interamerican
Institute for Agricultural Sciences in Turrialba, Costa Rica. He saw
there an exciting challenge and the chance to learn about and work in
a whole new culture. This task entailed eradicating a small rodent
which destroyed the abaca plantations, and since the United States
purchased hemp, made from the abaca plant, to use in making rope for
our naval vessels, it was important to this country to control the
destruction of these plants.

Dr. Batchelder learned the Spanish language and delivered his lectures
and writings in Spanish, so that his colleagues and the plantation
growers would understand him.

In the late 1950s the call for retirement came. The only element that
softened the sorrow of having to leave Costa Rica and its people, for
whom he had an ever increasing affection, was the knowledge that he
would be coming to Seabrook, offering to him the only bright aspect
of retirement.



CONTENTS



Administrative Assistant 33

Assessing Department 35

Audit 147

Board of Adjustment 54

Brown Library 60

Budget Proposal 1984 13A

Building Inspector 36

Charter Commission 27

Civil Defense 49

Conservation Commission 54

Day Care Center 55

Debt Schedule 156

Directory — Officials & Boards 175

Fire Department 47

Ambulance 47

Fire Chief 47

Health Department 45

Health Regulations 23

Housing Authority 59

Inventory of Valuation 37

Mosquito Control 55

Ordinances 55

Amusement Device 65

Cemetery 65

Parking Ban 70

Parks & Recreation 70

Town Dunes 59

Payroll 157

Personnel Policy 74

Planning Board 53

Police Department 41

Animal Control 45

Crime Prevention 42

Police Chief 41

Youth Services 43

Police Station Study Committee 62

Pollution Control Committee 51

Property — Town Owned 38

Recreation Commission 57

Road Agent 50

Seabrook Staion — Licensing of 63

Selectmen 30

Special Town Meeting 23

Statement of Appropriations

& Expenditures 146

Statement of Payments 98

Street Lighting 48

Tax Collector 94

Town Clerk 93

Town Election Results 3

Town Meeting Minutes 6

Town Officials 1

Treasurer 96



Trust Funds 163

Village District 40

Annual Report 40

Building Inspector 40

Vital Statistics 164

Births 164

Deaths 173

Marriages 157

Wages & Salaries 162

Warrant 1984 lA

Water Department 149

Accounts Receivable 155

Annual Report 149

Statement of Payments 152

Summary of Receipts 151

Welfare Agent 52



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TOWN OFFICIALS 1983

TOWN CLERK Three Year Term

Virginia L. Fowler 1984

SELECTMEN & ASSESSOR Three Year Term

Walter I. Randall (R) 1983 Frederick B. Felch 1985
James S. Eaton (A) 1984 James C. Falconer 1986

TRUSTEE OF TRUST FUNDS Three Year Term

Gary K. Fowler 1984 Leon W. Clark 1985 Bruce G. Brown 1986

TAX COLLECTOR Three Year Term

Lillian L. Knowles 1985

TREASURER Three Year Term

Carol L. Perkins 1984

ROAD AGENT One Year Term

Vernon G. Dow Sr. 1984

CHIEF OF POLICE Appointed

Roy F. Crossland

FIRE CHIEF One Year Term

Ernest B. Sanborn 1984

CONSTABLES One Year Term

M. Marty Cerasi 1984
Elliot L. Eaton 1984
John L. Randall 1984

MEMBERS OF TFE PLANNING BOARD Three Year Term

Mildred S. Siress 1985 Vernon R. Small 1984

Katherine W. Casper 1985 John C.Primerano,Jr. (R)

James L. Fowle, Sr. 1986 Marilyn C. Erickson '(A)1984

Robert J.Godbout 1986

MEMBERS OF THE BUDGET COMMITTEE Three Year Term

Frank J. Palazzo (R) 1984 Alfred Weare 1985

John J. Dineen (A) 1984 James L Fowle Sr. 1986

Everett A. Weare 1984 Reese A. Fowler 1986

Warren G. Crawford 1985

PARK COMMISSIONERS Three Year Term

Richard P. Beckman 1984 Hollis G. Eaton 1985 Henry H. Boyd 1986

SUPERVISOR OF CHECK-LIST Six Year Term

Elsie M. Small 1984 Bruce G. Brown 1986 Milan W. Knowles Sr. 1988

MODERATOR Two Year Term

Stanley A. Hamel 1984



TRUSTEE OF LIBRARY Three Year Term

Charlotte K. Marshall 1986

REPRESENTATIVES TO GENERAL COURT Two Year Term

Ellen M. Cressy (Floterial District) 1984

William W. Moore 1984

Paul T. Keenan (R)

Arthur F. Leverone (Special Election 10-18-83) 1984

HEALTH OFFICER Appointed

Walter I. Randall

DOG OFFICER Appointed

Phill ip Darling

CIVIL DEFENSE DIRECTOR Appointed

Norman L. Brown

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT Appointed

Phi la Sturgis 1984

Elizabeth Thibodeau 1984
(Alternate Member)

Catherine Stetson 1984

Cynthia L. Marshall 1984
(Alternate Member)

(A) = Appointed (R) = Resigned



Leon Clerk


1985


Will iam Dolan


1986


Albert Eaton


1987


Nancy Crossland


1988



RESULTS OF TOWN ELECTION
MARCH 8, 1983
TOTAL NUMBER OF VOTES CAST 1291
MEN 663 WOMEN 628



SELECTMEN & ASSESSOR VOTES

Three Year Term (Vote for One)

James S. Eaton 494

James C. Falconer 508

James L. Fowle, Sr 54

Asa H. Knowles, Jr 159

Francis S. Valli, Jr 49

TRUSTEE OF TRUST FUNDS

Three Year Term (Vote for One)

Bruce G. Brown 902

TRUSTEE OF LIBRARY

Three Year Term (Vote for One)

Charlotte K. Marshall 912

FIRE CHIEF

One Year Term (Vote for One)

Maxie D. Brown 359

Ernest B. Sanborn 895

ROAD AGENT

One Year Term (Vote for One)

Vernon G. Dow 997

PARK COMMISSIONER

Three Year Term (Vote for One)

Henry H. Boyd 934

MEMBER OF PLANNING BOARD
Three Year Term (Vote for Two)

James L. Fowle Sr. 597

Robert J. Godbout 493

Marilyn C. Erickson (WriteTin) 169

MEMBER OF BUDGET COMMITTEE
Three Year Term (Vote for Two)

James L. Fowle Sr 544

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Reese A. Fowler 600

Robert Tiffany (Write-in) 119

Arthur Leverone(Write-in) 91

MEMBER OF BUDGET COMMITTEE
One Year Term (Vote for One)

Arthur F. Leverone 344

Robert V. Tiffany 294

Everett A. Weare 459

CONSTABLES

One Year Term (Vote for Three)

M. Marty Cerasi 533

Elliot L. Eaton 561

Everett H. Felch 517

Harold W. Hewlett III 329

Asa H. Knowles III 273

John L. Randall 533

ARTICLE 2: To see if the Town is in favor of the adoption of Amend-
ment No. 1, as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town of Seabrook
Zoning Ordinance as follows:

To amend Section IV-A Height by adding reference to
private utility structures so that said section will
read as follows:

No structure may exceed the maximum height of 2i stories
or 35 feet, except municipal structures and public and
private utility structures, such as windmills, radio, and
television towers.

YES 637 NO 302

ARTICLE 3: To see if the Town is in favor of the adoption of Amend-
ment No 2, as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town of Seabrook
Zoning Ordinance as follows: To amend Section X Definitions by incorp-
orating and clarifying the definitions of dwelling so that the new
definition reads as follows:

DWELLING BUILDING: 1. A single family dwelling is a
building designed for or occupied exclusively by one
family,

2. A two-family dwelling is a de-
tached building designed for or occupied by two families
exclusively, living independently and separately of each
other therein. Two attached mobile homes shall not be
deemed a two-family dwelling, but rather, two separate
dwelling buildings.

.3. A multi -family dwelling is a
building designed for more than two families, such as
apartments and condominiums.

YES 601 NO 316



ARTICLE 4: To see if the Town is in favor of the adoption of Amendment
No. 3, as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town of Seabrook Zoning
Ordinance as follows:

To amend Section VIII-B Non-Conforming Uses by deleting the
last phrase of said paragraph as follows: unless a special
exception has been granted by the Board of Adjustment.

YES 448 NO 358

ARTICLE 5: On petition of Dorothea P. Merrill and fifty-nine (59) other
legal voters of the Town: To amend Section IV of the Zoning Ordinance
of the Town of Seabrook as follows: Insert after Paragraph C: "D.
RIGHT-OF-WAY: A right-of-way of 3 minimum lots or less shall have a
width of not less than 32 feet and a right-of-way of more than 3 minimum
lots shall have a width of not less than 50 feet.

(Not recommended by the Planning Board)
^ YES 437 NO 506 _ . „^^ ,, ^^

ARTICLE 6: To see if the Town will approve the following: "Shall the
municipality approve the new charter recommended by the Charter Comm-
ission?"

YES 646 NO 353

ARTICLE 12: To see if the Town will vote to adopt the following:

Shall we adopt the provisions of RSA72:43-f for the adjust-
ed elderly exemptions from property tax?
These statutes provide for the following exemptions based
on assessed value for qualified taxpayers: For a person
65^ars of age up to 75 years, $10,000.00; for a person
75 years of age up to 80 years, $15,000.00, for a person
80 years of age or older $20,000.00. To qualify, the per-
son must have been a New Hampshire resident for at least
five (5) years; own the real estate individually or jointly;
or, if the real estate is owned by his spouse, they must
have been married for at least five (5) years. In addition
the taxpayer must have a net income of less than $10,000.00
or if married a combined net income of less than $12,000.00,
and own net assets of $30,000.00 or less, excluding the
value of the person's residence.

YES 816 NO 183

ARTICLE 13: On petition of Clyde 0. Brown and eleven (11) other voters
of the Town: "Do you favor adoption of the Town Manager Plan as pro-
vided in Chapter 37 of the Revised Statutes Annotated?"

YES 396 NO 553



TOWN MEETING
MARCH 8, 1983
SEABROOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Town Warrant read by the Moderator Stanley A. Hamel . School Warrant
read by the School Moderator Eric N. Small.

Inspection of Ballot Boxes by Election Workers and Ballot Clerks

The Polls declared opened at 9:50 AM. and will remain open until at
least 7 PM.

Polls declared closed by Moderator at 7:04 PM.
Counting of Ballots completed at 10:30 PM.

Total Number of Voters on Check-list 3759 MEN 1912 WOMEN 1847

Total Number of Ballots printed 4976

TOTAL NUMBER OF VOTES CAST 1291 MEN 663 WOMEN 628



ELECTION WORKERS



Claire Champoux
James Champoux
Dorothy Nicholson
Robert Crawford
Mary Crawford
Deirdre Thibodeau
Donna Souther
Russell Jones
Charlotte Dow
Gertrude Humphrey
Marion Kinlock
Ralph C.V. Eaton
Arthur Wicklund
Dorothea Merrill



Sandy C.
Carmella
Bonnie L
Minabell
Ralph D,



Eaton

DiBartolomeo
. Fowler
Bowden
Eaton



Doris Falconer



Gary Fowler (Worked for Supervisors)

Leon W. Clark

Nancy Crossland

Elaine F. Small

Phi la Sturgis

Abbie E, Knowles

Karen Janvrin

Warner B. Knowles

Donna Janvrin

Sherry L. Knowles

Robert Gushing Jr.

Margaret B. Weare

Frank Thibodeau

Virginia A. Brown

Kevin Fleming

Marion A. Wilson

Elizabeth Thibodeau

Laura E. Turcotte

Patricia McKenzie

Carol L. Perkins

Charles H. Felch



ADJOURNED TOWN MEETING HELD AT PASSACONAWAY HALL
SEABROOK, N.H.
MARCH 10, 1983



Adjourned Town Meeting called to order by Moderator, Stanley A. Hamel
at 7 PM.

Salute to flag led by James C. Falconer.

No reconsideration of Articles at a subsequent meeting if we adjourn to
a later date.

All amendments must be presented to the Moderator in writing and must
be signed.

No article will be taken up after 11 PM. but any article that is being
worked on will be completed.

State law about smoking enforced. RSA 155:45.

ARTICLE 2 - YES 637 NO 302 (Zoning Ordinance)

ARTICLE 3 - YES 601 NO 316 (Zoning Ordinance)

ARTICLE 4 - YES 448 NO 358 (Zoning Ordinance)

ARTICLE 5 - YES 437 NO 506 (Zoning Ordinance)

ARTICLE 6 - YES 646 NO 353 (Charter Commission)

ARTICLE 12 - YES 816 NO 183 (Elderly exemptions)

ARTICLE 13 - YES 396 NO 553 (Town Manager Plan)

ARTICLE 7: read by the Moderator, "To see if the Town will vote to
authorize the Selectmen to borrow money in anticipation of taxes and
to renew and refund Town notes . "

Motion by Frederick B. Felch, second by James C. Falconer, to adopt
Article 7 as read.

ADOPTED

ARTICLE 8: read by the Moderator, "To see if the Town will vote to
authorize the Board of Selectmen to apply for accept and expend money
from the State, Federal or another Governmental unit or a private sou-
rce which becomes available during the year in accordance with
the procedures set forth in RSA 31:95-b."

Motion by Frederick B. Felch, second by James C. Falconer, to adopt
Article 8 as read.
ADOPTED

ARTICLE 9: read by the Moderator, "To see if the Town will vote to
authorize and empower the Selectmen to appoint such permanent police
officers, firemen and employees for all other departments of the
Town as they deem necessary."

Motion by Frederick B. Felch, second by James C. Falconer, to adopt
as read.

ADOPTED



ARTICLE 10 : "To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of
Selectmen to sell at public auction or by advertised sealed bids such
Town property as is no longer used by the Town."

Motion by Frederick B. Felch, second by James C. Falconer, to adopt Art-
icle 10 as read.

ADOPTED

ARTICLE 11: "To see if the Town will vote pursuant to authority under
RSA 80:42 III to authorize the Selectmen to sell tax title property in
the first instance to former owners of the property or the heirs of said
owners for a s\am of not less than the outstanding taxes owed plus accru-
ed interest to the date of tax deed; or failing such sale, then by ad-
vertising sealed bids or pviblic auction, at the discretion of the Select-
men . "

Motion by Frederick B. Felch, second by James C. Falconer, to adopt
Article 11 as read.

ADOPTED

Motion by Frank Palazzo, second by Elizabeth Thibodeau, to now work on
Articles 39 and 40.

MOTION ADOPTED

ARTICLE 39: read by the Moderator, "To see what action the Town will
take on the following resolution: Be it hereby resolved that, pursuant
to RSA 203:4 Creation of Housing Authority, there is recognized and de-
clared to be need for a Housing Authority to be established and function
in the Town of Seabrook , New Hampshire . "

Motion by Frank Palazzo, second by Frederick B. Felch, to adopt Article
39 as read.

Gary Holmes, Town Council for the Town of Seabrook explained this Article.

YES & NO Ballots and Check-lists used for this Article.

YES 81 NO 61

ADOPTED

ARTICLE 40: read by the Moderator, "To see if the Town will vote to
raise and appropriate the s\im of Two HundritJ^^ousand ($250,000.00)
Dollars for the purpose of loaning all or any portion of the amount to the
Seabrook Housing Authority (if said Authority is fully created and empow-
ered under the afoianentioned article) said money to be used by the Hous-
ing Authority exclusively for studying, planning, construction and op-
eration of an elderly housing project, including the purchasing, leasing,
or optioning of land for said project. The Selectmen shall have the
full discretion to set the terms and conditions of the loan including
security, date and form of the note or notes, so long as said terms and
conditions are not inconsistent with the intent and expresi''T?f this
article. "

Motion by Frank Palazzo, second by Elsie Tedford to adopt Article 40
as read.

Amendment to Article 40 by Frank Palazzo, second by Elsie Tedford.

Article 40 as amended:

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To see if the Tovm will Vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Two
Hundred Fifty Thousand ($250,000.00) Dollars for the purpose of loaning
all or any portion of the amount, as needed, to the Seabrook Housing
Authority ( if said Authority is fully created and empowered under the
aforementioned article) said money to be used by the Housing Authority
exclusively for studying, planning, construction and operation of an
elderly housing project, including the purchasing, leasing, or optioning
of land for said project. The Seabrook Housing Authority shall give
ten-year non-interest bearing note or notes to the Town , with no require-
ment of repayment of principal during the term of the nde or notes. The
Seabrook Housing Authority shall give a mortgage or lien to the town
upon any asset owned by the Seabrook Housing Authority to secure the note
or notes. At the maturity of a note or notes, the Seabrook Housing
Authority shall place an Article in the Town Warrant requesting an ex-
tension or forgiveness of said note or notes.

Hand vote taken on Amendment. YES 52 NO 14

ARTICLE ADOPTED AS AMENDED

ARTICLE 14: read by the Moderator, "On petition of Robert R. Gushing
Jr. and twelve (12) other voters of the Town: To see if the Town will
vote to adopt the Jfollowing Conflict of Interest Ordinance:

1. The Seabrook Dog Tracfc and the Seabrook Nuclear Project operate under
circumstances that are unique to all other businesses in the town. Both
are privately owned monopolies that are regulated by state and /or feder-
al laws and agencies. Both have an enormous impact on the town, main-
tain lobbyists in the legislature to promote their interests, and in the
past have used the authority of the state to override the wishes of the
Town as defined by voters at town meeting.

In order to assure that the needs and wishes of the townspeople are
placed above interests of those regulated monopolies, and to avoid even
the appearance of a conflict of interests on the part of key town officials
and employees, this ordinance is adopted.

2t The following offices and employees are defined as key town officials
and subject to this ordinance: Selectmen, Water Commissioners, Assessors,
Police Chief, Fire Chief, Civil Defense Director, Administrative Assist-
ant, Planning Board, Board of Adjustment.

3. Association with the following concerns is defined as a conflict of
interest :

a. Yankee Greyhound Racing Inc., its stobsidiaries;^ concessionaires,
agents, and others affiliated with the Seabrook Dog Track.

b. Public Service Company of New Hampshire, its partners, subsid-
iaries, contractors, or others affiliated with the Seabrook Nuclear Pro-
ject.

4. It is incompatable with the positions outlined in paragraph 2 for
any individual holding such position to be an employee, consultant or
advocate for (whether paid or unpaid) or otherwise do business with any
party listed in paragraph 3. To do so shall constitute an immediate
forfeiture of position.

5. It shall be a part of any oral or written contract or employment
agreement between the town and individuals subject to paragraph 2, that
as a condition for employment with the town the employee agrees not to
seek or accept employment with any party covered in paragraph 3 for a

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period of one year following the termination of employment with the town.
To violate this constitutes a breach of contract and the town will take
legal action for punitive damages against the violating parties.

6. This ordinance shall be effective upon adoption by majority vote at
Town Meeting. Provided however that any individual who has held a pos-
ition sxibject to this ordinance prior to its adoption and who continues
to hold said position at the time of adoption shall be exempt from its
authority for a period of six months.

7. If any provisions of this ordinance are held invalid, the other pro-
visions of the ordinance shall not be affected thereby. If the appli-
cation of the ordinance or any of its provisions to any person or circum-
stances is held invalid, the application of this ordinance and its pro-
visions to other persons and circumstances shall not be affected thereby.

8 . This ordinance is adopted under the authority granted the town in
RSA 31:39-A, effective August 10, 1981.

Yes and No Ballots requested by five legal voters of the town.

YES 23 NO 131

DEFEATED

ARTICLE 15: read by the Moderator, "To see if the Town will vote to
raise and appropriate the sum of Twenty-Five Thousand Five Hundred
($25,500.00) Dollars to purchase three cruisers for the Police Depart-
ment, the three existing ones to be disposed of by sale or trade-in."

Motion by Frederick B. Felch, second by Eric N. Small tP adopt Article


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