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Seabrook, New Hampshire



We have examined the combined financial statements and the combining fund
financial statements of the Town of Seabrook, New Hampshire as of and for the
year ended December 31, 1982, as listed in the table of contents. Our
examination was made in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards
and, accordingly, included such tests of the accounting records and such other
auditing procedures as we considered necessary in the circumstances.

As described in Note IB, the combined financial statements referred to above do
not include financial statements of the General Fixed Asset Group of Accounts
which should be included to conform with generally accepted accounting
principles .

In addition, the Town has not capitalized the cost of property and equipment
purchased by the Proprietary Fund (Water Department). Likewise, no depreciation
expense is recorded on this fund. Generally accepted accounting principles
require that property and equipment of proprietary funds be capitalized and
depreciated over the useful lives of the assets. The Town's records do not
permit the application of adequate procedures to enable us to determine the cost
value of capital assets or related depreciation expense on them.

Because of the material effect of the omission of fixed assets and related
depreciation on the financial position, we do not express an opinion on the
financial statement of this Proprietary Fund.

In our opinion, other then the financial statements of the Proprietary Fund
mentioned above, and except that omission of the General Fixed Asset Group of
Accounts results in an incomplete presentation, as explained in the second
paragraph of this report, the combined financial statements and the combining
fund financial statements referred to above present fairly the financial
position of the Town of Seabrook, New Hampshire at December 31, 1982, and the
results of its operations for the year then ended, in conformity with generally
accepted accounting principles applied on a basis consistent with that of the
preceding year.



Our examination was made for the purpose of forming an opinion on the combined
financial statements taken as a whole and on the combining fund financial
statements. The accompanying financial information listed as supplemental
schedules in the table of contents is presented for purposes of additional
analysis and is not a required part of the combined financial statements of the
Town of Seabrook, New Hampshire. The information has been subjected to the
auditing procedures applied in the examination of the combined and combining
fund financial statements and, in our opinion, is fairly stated in all material
respects in relation to the combined financial statements taken as a whole.



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148



REPORT OF THE WATER DEPARTMENT

There were 427,756,920 gallons of water pumped during 1983.
This is a 20,057,210 gallon increase over 1982. Industrial and comm-
ercial use increased frcm 86,698,360 to 129,537,950 in 1983. This
42,839,590 gallon increase is mainly contributed to Public Service
Corpany v^o increased its use by 31,500,000 gallons. Bailey and
K. J. Quinn Inc. had increases of 6,000,000 and 3,000,000 gallons
respectively .

There were 61 residential services installed. The commercial-
industrial services included: Best Western Motel, Papa Gino's, two
clam shelling establishments and a two building complex on Route # 1,
build by Raven Realty and Trust.

Your water department with only two permanent full time workers
and help from part-time (summer hires) men, accomplished many special
projects this year. This was done in conjunction with their normal
or routine work. These special projects included: surveying almost
the entire town, checking the location and conditions of lot line
shut-off s, updating shut-off location cards with new owners and
street numbers and picking up more revenue by rebilling property
owners who have expanded their water use.

About eighty-five (85) water services were replaced on Suncook,
Concord, and Tilton Streets in the spring of 1983. This was a
continuation of a project started in late fall of 1982 under article
# 25. This projcet was completed this past fall with the resurfacing
of many driveways and the entire streets.

A 6" water miain was extended about 500' on Pine street to the
beginning of Whittier Drive. The installation of water mains, fire
hydrants and water services on Whittier Drive was overseen and in-
spected by your water department as was the 6" connection across
from Whittier Drive to Seabrook Mobile Village.

The Dixon Way water main and fire hydrant connections also were
overseen and inspected by this department.

About 1000' of new 12" water main and two (2) fire hydrants were
installed on the east side of Route # 1 from the north entrance of
Ames Department Store to the entrance of the new Seabrook Hardware
Corplex. This was done to get an adequate supply of water to the
Benoit project, v^ile updating the water main on Route # 1.

tfrider article # 32 about 800' of 8" water main and fire hydrant
were installed on Fowlers Court. After the replacing of the eleven
(11) water services and the disconnecting of the old 2" water main,
the entire street was built up, graded and resurfaced.

About 200 feet of 8 inch water main, a fire hydrant and a water
main to be used for a sprinkler line were installed at the curtmunity
center complex. This was accotplished under article # 31.



149



The greatest project of 1983 was the installation of a new
transmission main on Route 107. This two miles of 12" water main
ran from Stard Road to the west end of Weare Road. This project is
fionded through article #28. This water main when put into use in
the spring of 1984, will releive the head pressures at Tirae Road and
Route 107 punping stations allowing them to pump more water more
economically. The testing of this line and the final grading and
seeding will be completed in the spring of 1984.

A project to increase the water main sizes to 12" on Pickens
Avenue, a portion of Route 286 and a portion of South Main Street is
being acconplished under 1982 artiicle #25. Methuen Construction
Company will be conpleting this project in the spring of 1984.

Nine hundred feet of chain link fence was erected by the depart-
ment along the frontage of our True Road pumping stations.

At our well field on Route 107, interior painting, stone work
around streams and drains, and site work to make a large lawn was
accomplished this year. Also, your Water Department lent considerble
amount of help in creating the BMX Bike Track at this well field.

Your Board of Selectmen, On April 21,1983, changed the water bills,
due date, late fees, and shut-off date and included them in the
Water Department Rules and Regulations and to post that water bills
be sent on July 1, due in 30 days, that a late fee of $5.00 be
added after the 30 days, and that a five day shut -off notice be
sent on December 10.

Many worthwhile projects to update your water system are planned
for 1984. Some of these are: a 4th rock well, site for a 5th rock
well, and updating water mains on Woodlawn Avenue, Boynton Lane,
Blacksnake Road and Route #1.

We are pleased to report that during 1983 we had an ample amount of
water to serve the needs of the town. It should be noted that in
the summer months the daily water use rose an additional 1,000,000
gallons per day. Mainly this additional water was used outside. This
outside use of water, especially the watering of lawns and garaents,
could be curtailed considerably. Lawns and gardens, if watering is
necessary, to be more effective, should be watered in the evening
hours only.

If anyone wishing to find ways to conserve water wants suggestions,
they should feel free to call the Water Department and we will be
more than pleased to help. Water is an important and precious
resource, which shouldn't be wasted. The conservation of this
resource is everyone's responsibility.

Respectfully si±mitted;^

Knowles
Water Superintendent



150



TOWN OF SEABROOK



WATER DEPARTMENT

Summary of Receipts, Expenditures and Proof of Balance
Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1983



Receipts



Water Use


$


284,527.03








Installation




5,794.00








Sale of Materials




1,939.14








Late Fee




3,757.00








Bad Check




5.00








Back Flow




480.00








Interest




12.66








Water Leak




236.94








Accident




1,124.20








Other




1.45








To Void Ck # 839-1982




.85














$ 297


878


.27


Expenditures :












Payroll


$


98,882.29








Repair Materials




12,306.68








Operating Supplies




6,254.99








Utilities




66,466.84








Repairs




6,116.28








Contract Services




57,822.36








Rents and Dues




2,112.00








Advertising




217.73








Surge Control




18,552.14








Refunds




555.35














$ 270


655


20


Transferred to General Fund


$


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20


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$ 290,655.20



Balance January 1, 1983
Total 1983 Receipts
Interest earned on acct.

Less Payments

Bal. Arlington Trust per. stmt.
Deposits not credited

Less Outstanding Checks



$ 7,181.19

297,878.27

2,864.04

290,655.20

88,847.89

7,172.01

$ 96,019.90

78,751.60



$ 307,923.50
$ 17,268.30

$ 17,268.30



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WATER DEPAERTMENT



PKfROLL



$ 98,882.29



Fuel






Lido Valley Oil


$ 835.66




Home Gas Corp.


470.88




Reds Texaco


62.00








1,368.54


Repair Materials






Sumner & Dunbur Inc.


$ 4,702.00




Ti-Sales Inc.


3,801.21




H. R. Prescott & Sons Inc.


697.07




Bill's Country Store


452.40




Cynco Supply


440.63




Big Al's Auto Parts


434.13




John lafolla Industries Inc.


405.00




C. P. Building Supply Inc.


338.24




Trimount Betuminous Inc.


306.45




Everett J. Prescott


177.01




Rila Precast Concret Co.


133.00




Clifford of Vermont Inc.


110.95




Robert Electric Supply


85.80




Janvrins Inc.


76.80




Johnsons Lumber Co. Inc.


51.98




Timbermart Inc.


30.49




C. A. Turner Inc.


24.52




Eno Building Supplies


23.58




Tri-Rent All Inc.


8.00




Driscoll Marina


6.00




Seabrook Hardware


1.42








$ 12,306.68


Operating Supplies






Conway Associates


$ 1,234.92




Ti-Sales Inc.


1,023.49




C. A. Turner Co. Inc.


514.24




Graphic Controls Corp.


465.71




Seabrook Hardware


435.19




Seabrook Post Office


360.00




C. P. Building Supply Inc.


326.36




Smith Office Supply


299.29




Bill's Coxmtry Supply


255.30




Dodge's Agway


254.90




N. H. Explosives & Machine


230.43




Cynco Supply


227.56




Hilco Supply Inc.


192.00




Hyman's Shoe Store


159.90




Sparling Division Enviri Tec.


79.43




Nebs


67.77




Withey Press Inc.


50.00





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Operating Supplies con't

Capitol Cash Register $ 46.00

E. W. Bartlett 25.00

Jerry Rowe 7.50







$ 6,254.99


Utilities






Exeter & Hanpton Electric


$ 60,448.79




New England Telephone


3,098.58




HoTie Gas Corp.


1,498.88




Northern Utilities


1,415.59




Treasure Boston & Maine


5.00


$ 66,466.84


Repairs






Leo's Auto Repair


$ 2,238.35




Hersey Products Inc.


794.05




Motortown


572.61




E. J. Prescott Inc.


541.97




Parco Engineering


347.87




Big Al's Auto Parts


343.81




Rosencrantz & Sons Inc.


332.35




Seabrook Tire Center


191.00




Jerry Locke & Sons


134.70




Colcord & Sons Inc.


117.95




Steve Nichols & Sons


106.80




Dick's Tire Service


105.00




L. Armitage


78.50




C. A. Turner Co. Inc.


67.54




Dana's Auto Repair


42.00




T. C. S. Cuiiiuuniations


26.00




Salisbuiry Auto Salvage


20.00




Tri-Rent All


15.00




Henry Butch Bentoali


8.75




King's Department Store


5.03





Contract Services

Whitman & Howard Inc. $ 21,644.50

Vernon R. Small 6,844.61

Alco Engineering Inc. 5,935.37

Arlington Trust Co. 1,398.74

City of Portsmouth 550.00

Water Service Consultations 540.00

Clifford of Vermount 474.61

Holmes & Ells 429.00

Comex Inc. 312.00

H. V. H. Security Inc. 250.00

Landry Hire-A-Tool 163.00

Herbert Fowler 152.00

Cordon Perkins 140.00

153



$ 6,116.28



Contract Services con't



State of N. H.


$


120.00


Copyrite & Blaisdell




77.00


Russell W. Janvrin




50.00


Town of Seabrook




38.00


The Village Florist




25.00


Tri-Rent-All




11.00


Bureau of Title and Anti-


-'lT:ieft


7.00



$ 57,822.36



Rents and Dues

Town of Kensington

Treasure of Boston and Maine

Boston and Maine Corp.

N. H. Water Works Association

New England Water Work

State of N. H.

Warner B. Knowles

Herbert Fowler



Advertising



1,235.46

600.00

100.00

86.00

60.00

15.00

11.74

3.80



2,112.00



The Portsmouth Herald
Essex County Newspaper



144.56
73.17



217.73



Surge Control

Parco Engineering Corp.
Whitman & Howard



Refunds



17,622.00
930.00



18,552.14



Thomas Killeen
John Crandall
George Caulkins
Mary Blackwell
Mark Newell
George Aubertin
Alvah Dow III
William Felch
John Fogg
Abbie Knowles
Warner B. Knowles
Ronald & Donna Bates
Stephen & Doris Gould
Mary Randall
Marilyn Erickson



Transferred to General Fund



235.00
80.00
45.00
40.00
23.35
20.00
20.00
20.00
20.00
20.00
16.00



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$ 20,000.00
154



555.35

270,655.20

20,000.00

$290,655.20



WATER DEPARTMENT
DECEMBER 31, 1983

Accounts receivable

Unmetered $ 1,831.80

Metered 6,346.15

Installation 357.40

Sales of Material 39.91

Other 181.94

$ 8,757.20



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PAYROLL

BAGLEY, David W. $ 95.20

BAKER, Alfred J. Jr. 899.52

BEAUDOIN, Sandra L. 15,298.03

BECKMAN, Edgar 15,334.81

BECKMAN, Edward 2,010.00

BEKCMAN, Richard P. 2,650.00

BECKMAN, Robie M. Jr. 24,290.24

BELL, Lurene K. 12,799.93

BERGERON, Donal C. Jr. 650.00

BITOMSKE, Lee 13,701.15

BOWDEN, Minabell 13.13

BOYD, Henry H. Jr. 1,152.00

BOYD, Henry H. 7,434.44

BOYT), Stanley 1,890.00

BROCHU, Paul D. 26,960.78

BROOKS, Lee G. 288.00

BROWN, Bruce G. 757.50

BROWN, Charles 3,579.00

BROWN, Everett S. 1,340.00

BROWN, Howard J. ■ 5,380.98

BROWN, Irving J. 23,489.30

BROWN, James A. 11,615.08

BROWN, Jerry V7. 26,185.05

BROWN, Maxie D, 95.20

BROWN, Norman H. 425.00

BROWN, Norman L. 7,947,50

BROWN, Robert B. 665.00

BROWN, Sandra C. 7,590.08

BROWN, Viola 89.07

BROWN, Virginia A. 13.13

CHAMPOUX, Claire 141.57

CHAMPOUX, James 167.82

CHASE, Fred L. Jr. 116.48

CHRIGSTROM, Robert 3,384.13

CLARK, Leon 52.51

CLEARY, Dorothea M. 212.25

GOES, Steven H. 1,660.92

COSTELLO, Lawrence W. 147.50

CRAWFORD, Mary 102.19

CRAWFORD, Robert 102.19

CROSSLAND, Michael F. 19,386.03

CROSSLAND, Nancy 13.13

CROSSLZXND, Roy F. 23,272.28

CROWELL, Robin V. 2,190.38

CROWLEY, Maureen A. 195.00

CURLEY, James E. Jr. 1,432.10

CURRIER, David A. 23,115.35

GUSHING, Robert 13.13

DARLING, Phillip S. 6,667.50

DEFRONZO, Patricia 56.25

DEFRONZO, Steven 305.00

157



DELISLE, Joseph Jr. 25,263.89

DELISLE, Joseph III 1,366.80

DEMZ^RS, Donald P. 132.00

DEMARS, Joseph 600.00

DIBARTOLOyiEO, Cazmella 13.13

DIBARTOLCMED, Leonard 18,666.00

DCW, Charlotte M. 102.19

DOW, George W. 24,496.05

DOW, Vernon G. 22,158.04

DOWNER, Ann 13.40

DOWNS, David F. 26,918.40

DOYLE, Thomas 1,123.93

EATQnI, Alick 882.00

EATON, Elliot 600.00

EATON, Franklin D. 6,060.50

EATON, Furmer H. Jr. 25,079.93

EATON, Mollis G. 2,766.00

EATON, James S. 1,500.00

EZVrON, Ralph C.V. 7,801.67

EATON, Ralph D. 13.13

EATON, Ronald M. 9,138.44

EATON, Ronald M. Jr. 23,447.37

EATON, Suzanne M. 3,444.88

EATON, Thomas H. 16,662,54

EATON, Timothy L. 24,363.87

ELLIOT, Mary 89.07

EMOND, Henry P. 14,464.72

ElVDND, Roland A. 253.50

EVANS, Frank R. 357.00

FALCONER, Doris 52.51

FALCONER, James C. 2,500.00

FAULKINGHAM, Donald L. 2,018.65

FELCH, Brian F. 4,416.00

FELCH, Charles H. 13.13

FELCH, Charles W. 13,975.04

FEIjCH, Frederick B. 3,666.62

FELCH, Wayne 600.00

FLEMING, Kevin 13.13

FOLIANSBEE, Edwin 1,905.53

FOLLANSBEE, Raymond 700.00

FOWLER, Amy E. 3,975.40

FOWLER, Bonnie L. 6,133.68

FOWLER, Clarence G. 26,168.62

FOWLER, Donald H. Jr. 165.00

FOWLER, Gary K. 26,546.89

FCWLER, Harry S. 8,370.00

FOWLER, Herbert E. 19,425.92

FOWLER, John 5,082.14

FOWLER, Richard L. 4,827.84

FOWLER, Virginia L. 17,089.27

FOWLER, Wilbur 16,530.24

FROST, Michael W, 20,006.84

158



GOLDTHWMTE, James M. 4,848.72

GLOVER, Dean R. 22,620.62

GOULD, Lydia M. 125.00

GRIGGS, Nona E. 13,820.87

EKLE, Richard 739.00

HZVLE, William F. 625.00

HAMEL, Stanley A. 350.00

HEWLETT, Harold W. Ill 3,392.72

HICKEY, Katlileen L. 588.00

HILL, Paul G. 498.00

HUMPHREY, Gertrude 91.88

JACKSON, Sylvia 3,662.50

JANVRIN, Alfred C. Jr. 1,846,50

JANVRIN, Betty J. 36.00

JANVRIN, Donna 13.13

JANVRIN, Ernest D. Jr. 18,500.94

JANVRIN, Frank E. . 15,172.68

J7\NVRIN, Harold F. 325.00

JANVRIN, Karen 13.13

JANVRIN, Martin P. 26,314.27

JANVRIN, Richard C. 72.80

JONES, Floyd M. 121.50

JONES, Russell C. 141.57

JORDANHAZY, Eugene F. 20,403.05

KELLEY, Myma J. 1,366.80

KILCOYNE, Michael R. 5,468.93

KINLOCK, Marion 64.69

KNOWLES, Abbie 25.32

KNOWLES, Asa H. Ill 1,845.00

KNOWLES, Frank L. Jr. 19,856.86

KNOWLES, Franklin W. 650.00

KNOWLES, Lillian L. 15,188.84

KNOWLES, Milan W. 6,985.23

KNOWLES, Paul 511.40

KNOWLES, Eobert 7,609.40

KNOWLES, Sherry 13.13

KNOWLES, Susan M. 820.00

KNOWLES, Warner B. 20,716.29

KRENZER, Melissa C. 773.86

KRISTIANSEN , Robert E. Jr. .324.00

KRISTIANSEN, Robin E. 5,527.36

LATTIME, Horatio C. 23,377.61

LITTLEFIELD, Clyde F. 6,640.00

LOCKE, Robert 713.00

MACLEAN, Laura 12,795.38

MADRY, Judith L. 1,907.40

MANTHORN, Patrick D. 21,781.69

M3CALLI0N, Blanche 12,549.41

MZKENZIE, Patricia 13.13

MCLAUGHLIN, Robert A. 510.00

MELICAN, Sylvia A. 2,786.40

MERRILL, Dennis 12,449.80

MERRILL, Dorothea 13.13

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MERRILL, Joanne 1,395.00

MERRILL, Phillip 8,058.00

MILLS, Louis A. Ill 7,098.00

NEDEAU, James 4,882.50

NICHOLSON, Dorothy 141.57

NICKLES, William D. 22,912.72

NOVELL, Sheri Lee 105.00

O'BRIEN, Lawrence H. 2,841.60

PAGE, Howard C. Ill 23,671.79

PALAZZO, Frank J. 500.00

PALAZZO, Priscilla L, 82.80

PEEL, Dennis 250.00

PERKINS, Carol L. 16,648.56

PERKINS, Debra J. 6,265.16

PERKINS, Donald A. Jr. 510.00

PERKINS, Earl 700.00

PERKINS, Russell 14,799.30

PICKARD, Edward 1,763.75

PIERICK, Gregory J. 96.00

PITTS, Gary 726.00

PRESTON, Mark 22,677.87

RANDALL, Anthony T. Jr. 2,565.00

RANDALL, Diana P. 1,425.00

RANDALL, Herbert M. 10,630.50

RANDALL, Robin 8,385.80

RANDALL, VJalter I. 7,593.26

RICE, Robert F. 5,940.00

RICHARDS, Bryan 741.00

RICHARDSON, Barbara L. 1,207.50

RICHZ^RDSON, Yvonne 3,948.20

ROWE, Jerry 12,107.70

ROY, Wilfred Jr. 350.00

SANBORN, Ernest B. 21,401.88

SANBORN, Keith 778.40

SANBORN, Peter 11,748.80

SCHREMPH, Harold L. 12,415.11

SHEEHAN, Elizabeth 340.00

SMALL, Elaine 13.13

SMALL, Elsie M. 700.00

SMALL, Eric N, 20,143.05

SOUTHER, Donna 52.50

SPENCER, Robert W. 3,500.00

STETSON, Elmer 700.00

STOCKBRIDGE, Cora 9,895.24

STRANGMAN, Everett 684.80

STURGIS, Phila 13.13

TECKMAN, James A, 5,916.00

THIBODEAU, Deirdre 52.50

THIBODEAU, Elizabeth 13.13

THIBODEAU, Francis M3.13

THOMPSON, Carlene M. 24,644.55

TITONE, Joseph 19,928.37

TOBIN, John D. 280.59

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TURCOTTE, Jay G. 95.20

TURCOTTE, Laura 13.13

WALKER, Melissa G. 2,080.50

WEARE, Donna S. 204.00

WEARE, Margaret B. 13,593.62

WETHERINGTON, Margaret E. 5,574.10

WELCH, John 774.80

WELCH, Richard 89.60

WHITE, Pauline 720.00

WICKLUND, Arthur 141.57

WILSON, Marion 13.13

YAVOROSKY, Deirdre 627.00

YELL, John A. Jr. 8,196.83



TOTAL $ 1,413,318.04



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WAGES 1983








DEPARTMENT








PAY SCAI£


TOWN OFFICES:










Selectman, Chairman


yearly




$


4,000.00


Selectman, Members








3,000.00


Tax Collector




15,000


00 -


17,271.00


Treasurer




It




II


Town Clerk




II




M


Clerks




12,013


00 -


13,832.00


Assistant Clerks


hourly






5.40


Part-time Clerks








5.00


Building Inspector


yearly






7,800.00


Administrative Assistant


weekly






385.00



POLICE DEPARTMENT:



Chief

Lieutenants
Sargeants
Permanent Men
Regular Men
Special Details
Dispatchers



weekly


451.21




402.00




313.00 - 362.00




300.00 - 337.00


hourly


6.50




9.50


yearly


11,381.00 - 13,104.00



FIRE DEPARTMENT:



Chief
Captain
Permanent Men
Call Firemen (%)
Part-time Men



yearly 18,290.00 - 21,060.00

16,276.00 - 18,720.00

15,652.00 - 17,472.00

700.00

hourly 6.50



HIGHWAY CEMETERY RLBBISH HEALTH:



Highway Agent yearly

As St. Highway Agent

Permanent Men

Part-time Men hourly

Health Officer yearly

WATER DEPARTl^ENT:

Foreman yearly

Permanent Men

Part-time Men hourly

MOSQUITO CONTROL SUPERVISOR yearly


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