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deem necessary.



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.



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 sum not less than the outstanding
taxes owed plus accrued interest to the date of tax deed; or failing
such sale, then by advertising sealed bids or public auction, at the
discretion of the Selectmen.



Article 12: To see if the Town will vote to authorize the pre-
payment of taxes and authorize the collector of taxes to accept pay-
ments in prepayment of taxes in accordance with RSA 80:52-a.



Article 13: To see if the Town will vote to authorize the
Treasurer to appoint a Deputy Treasurer in accordance with RSA 41
29-a.



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Article 14: To see if the Town will vote to adopt and ratify
the following ordinances and amendments to ordinances as printed in
the annual town report:



Amusement Device Ordinance (Amendment)

Regulations for the Use of the Seabrook
Cemeteries

Town Dunes Ordinance

Parking Ban Ordinance (Amendments)



June 16, 1983

September 29, 1983
July 28, 1983
February 9, 1984



Town Parks and Recreation Areas Ordinance November 9, 1983



Article 15: To see if the Town will vote to adopt and ratify
the Personnel Policy for the Town of Seabrook as revised and adopted
by the Board of Selectmen and as printed in the annual town report.



Article 16: To see if the Town will vote to authorize with-
drawal from the Federal Revenue Sharing Fund for use as an offset
against the following debt service:



Bond




Purpose


Amount


1955 Water




Principal


$25,000


1975 Water




Principal


75,000


1975 Water




Interest


50,000
$150,000


(Recommen


ded


by the Budget


Committee)



Article 17: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of Four Thousand Three Hundred Twenty Two ($4,322)
Dollars as one year's membership in the Rockingham Planning Com-
mission.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)



Article 18: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of Fifteen Thousand ($15,000) Dollars to purchase an
eight station multi-gym (Universal) for the Exercise Room in the
Seabrook Community Center.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)



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Article 19: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of Twenty Two Thousand ($22,000) Dollars to install
a lighting system for the Seabrook BMX Track.

(Not Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Article 20: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of Five Thousand ($5,000) Dollars to install fencing
around the Seabrook BMX Track.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)



Article 21: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of Seven Thousand Five Hundred ($7,500) Dollars for
the codification of the town's ordinances, policies, rules and
regulations and other documents for the Seabrook Code.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)



Article 22: To see if the Town will vote to appropriate Ten
Thousand ($10,000) Dollars as the total cost of a Coastal Zone
Management (CZM) Planning Grant, to apply for Eight Thousand ($8,000)
Dollars from the state and federal government as the 80% match
towards said grant, and to raise Two Thousand ($2,000) Dollars from
taxes as the town's 20% match to the above CZM grant.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)



Article 23: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of Seven Hundred Fifty Thousand ($750,000) Dollars for
the purpose of acquiring by purchase or by eminent domain, under
terms deemed necessary and advantageous by the Selectmen, the land
or parts thereof commonly known as the Seabrook Sand Dunes, being
fifty (50) plus acres and located on the westerly side of Route lA
and principally owned by Seabrook Beach Homes, Inc., and by such
other owners as the records may indicate, for the establishment and
protection of open land and a natural preserve of sand dunes and
related area.

($250,000 Recommended by the Budget Committee)



Article 24: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of Five Hundred ($500) Dollars to aid in the support
of A Safe Place, which is operated by the Seacoast Task Force on
Family Violence.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)



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Article 25: On petition of Cora E. Stockbridge and Twenty (20)
other legal voters of the Town: To see if the Town will vote to
designate the fiscal year of the Seabrook Water Department as being
January 1 to December 31 of each year, that the due date for payment
of annual water bills be set at December 31 and further, to see if
the Town will vote that any late fees that are assessed be posted to
accounts on the first business day following December 31.

Article 26: To see if the Town will vote to adopt a Deferred
Compensation Retirement Plan for permanent, contract and full time
town officials and employees not covered under the New Hampshire
Retirement System and to raise and appropriate the sum of Twenty
Six Thousand ($26,000) Dollars as the Town's contribution to said
plan.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)



Article 27: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of Ten Thousand ($10,000) Dollars to purchase an
office management (micro-computer) system.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)



Article 28: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of One Million Seven Hundred Thousand ($1,700,000)
Dollars for the design plans and specifications for the proposed
wastewater collection, treatment and disposal facilities of a muni'
cipal sewage system.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)



Article 29: To see if the Town will vote to authorize the
Trustees of the Trust Funds to withdraw the sum of One Million Four
Hundred Thousand ($1,400,000) Dollars from the Capital Reserve Fund
known as the Municipal Building Fund for the purpose of design and
construction of a new police station, and to name the Selectmen of
the Town as agents for the purpose of expending the monies for this
use and further to authorize them to enter into such contracts and
agreements as are necessary for this purpose.

The Selectmen are authorized to immediately expend no more than
One Hundred Thousand ($100,000) Dollars for the design and planning
of said facility and shall only be authorized to expend the remaining
balance after the review and approval of the design of said police
station by the Town at an adjourned session of this current Town
Meeting or Special Town Meeting to be called for this purpose by the
Selectmen.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)



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Article 30: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of One Hundred Five Thousand ($105,000) Dollars for
the purpose of acquisition of land by purchase or eminent domain
under terms deemed necessary and advantageous by the Selectmen,
located on Centennial Street and owned by the Roman Catholic Bishop
of Manchester and consisting of approximately 10.5 acres for use as
the location of a new police station and other future municipal uses

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)



Article 31: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of Five Hundred Thousand ($500,000) Dollars for plan-
ning and engineering fees and for the purchase of land for an
elderly housing complex, a fire station, a public works facility,
and other municipal uses.

(Not Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Article 32: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of Twenty Thousand Four Hundred ($20,400) Dollars for
the purpose of purchasing two police cruisers. Two existing
cruisers to be disposed of by sale or trade-in.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)



Article 33: On petition of Michael F. Cross land and Forty Six
(46) other legal voters of the Town: To see if the Town will vote
to raise and appropriate the sum of Four Thousand Six Hundred Ninety
($4,690) Dollars to be used to purchase two (2) snowmobiles for the
use of the Police Department.

(Not Recommended by the Budget Committee)



Article 34: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of Nine Hundred Fifty Thousand ($950,000) Dollars for
the purpose of loaning all or any portion of the amount to the Sea-
brook Housing Authority, and will be used to construct housing for
the elderly in town. 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 express terms of this
article.

(Recormiended by the Budget Committee)



Article 35: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of Eleven Thousand Five Hundred ($11,500) Dollars to
purchase a new air compressor for all town departments and to be
under the care and supervision of the Water Department.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)
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Article 36: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of Thirteen Thousand Five Hundred ($13,500) Dollars
to purchase a 3/4 ton utility truck for the Water Department and to
trade or auction off the 1977 1/2 ton pickup truck.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Article 37: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of One Hundred Eighty-Five Thousand ($185,000)
Dollars for the purpose of making imorovements to the water system.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)



Article 38: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of Forty Eight Thousand ($48,000) Dollars to clean,
paint and inspect the water standpipe located on New Zealand Road.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)



Article 39: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of Twenty Thousand ($20,000) Dollars for hottopping,
landscaping and other improvements at the Veteran's Memorial Park.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)



Article 40: On petition of Nancy S. Crossland and Thirty Four
(34) other legal voters of the Town: To see if the Town will vote
to authorize the Selectmen to appoint a committee of three residents
to study the feasibility of an enclosed in ground swimming pool and
all necessary equipment, said pool to be located at the new recrea-
tion center on Lafayette Road.



Article 41: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of Six Thousand Three Hundred Twenty One ($6,321)
Dollars to purchase a communications system for the Civil Defense
Department.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)



Article 42: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of Twelve Thousand Six Hundred Fifty ($12,650) Dollars
for the purpose of purchasing a low-bed trailer to haul our equip-
ment over the road, instead of driving the vehicles, for the Highway
Department.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)



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Article 43: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of Twenty Five Thousand ($25,000) Dollars for the
purpose of purchasing a four wheel drive diesel farm tractor to tow
the town beach rake.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)



Article 44: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of Twenty Two Thousand ($22,000) Dollars for the pur-
pose of purchasing a backhoe for the Highway Department, the present
backhoe to be traded.



(Recommended by the Budget Committee



Article 45: To see if the town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of Forty Two Thousand ($42,000) Dollars for the pur-
pose of purchasing a six wheel diesel dump truck, including wing
and plow, for the Highway Department.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)



Article 46: On petition of Alton A. Leeming and fourteen (14)
Dther legal voters of the Town of Seabrook, to see if the Town will
\^ote to raise and appropriate the sum of Ten Thousand ($10,000)
Dollars for the purpose of installing four catch basins and necessary
drainage pipes to provide the storm drainage at Pine Cone Drive.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)



Article 47: On petition of Marilyn C. Erickson and one hundred
sixty (160) legal voters of the Town of Seabrook: To see if the
Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Twenty Five
Thousand ($25,000) Dollars to raise and gravel Cross Beach Road to
i width of sixteen (16) feet from its beginning at Route lA running
i/esterly to the end thereof.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)



Article 48: On petition of Earl S. Perkins and fifty eight
(58) other legal voters of the Town: To see if the Town will vote
to raise and appropriate the sum of Sixty Five Thousand ($65,000)
Dollars to install sidewalks on Lafayette Road, Railroad Avenue,
telton Road, Farm Lane, and any other streets as funds permit; to
■>urvey and acquire easements as necessary; said sidewalks to be con-
structed and maintained by the Highway Department.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)



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Article 49: On petition of Anthony G. Dow and fifteen (15)
other legal voters of the Town: To see if the Town will vote to
raise and appropriate the sum of Eight Thousand Eight Hundred
($8,800) Dollars to pruchase the necessary materials and pipes,
install catch basins and secure easements, if needed, to install
underground drainage on Adams Avenue, beginning at a point easterly
of the residence of William Dow and running easterly approximately
900 feet.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)



Article 50: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of Six Thousand Five Hundred ($6,500) Dollars to
purchase new hose for the Fire Department.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Article 51: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of Thirteen Thousand Five Hundred ($13,500) Dollars
to replace the present in house generator at the fire station.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)



Article 52: On petition of Arthur F. Leverone and fifteen (15)
other legal voters of the Town: To see if the Town of Seabrook shall
call upon the Governor and Executive Council, its State Representa-
tives and State Senator to promptly convene a Special Session of
the Legislature for the sole purpose of preventing the imposition of
hugh cost increases in electric rates resulting from the Seabrook
Nuclear Power Plant on the citizens, businesses, schools and agencies
in the Town of Seabrook, and to direct the Selectmen to promptly
notify our above listed elected officials of the Town's desire.



Article 53: On petition of Anne M. Watts and thirty three (33)
other legal voters of the Town: To see if the Town will vote to
adopt the following ordinance: Poles for affixing lines and wires
for the above ground transmission of electricity, cable TV, and
telephone shall be permitted to be installed on the public ways and
streets of the Town, but lines and wires from the overhead lines
and wires to the premises serviced shall be underground unless the
Board of Selectmen shall permit an exception on finding that such
permission would not be detrimental to the public health, safety and
welfare.



Article 54: On petition of Patricia W. Martel and ten (10)
other legal voters of the Town: To see if the Town will vote to
raise and appropriate the sum of Five Hundred ($500) Dollars to
help defray the expenses of the Seacoast Big Brother/Big Sister
organization in the Town of Seabrook.

(Not Recommended by the Budget Committee)
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Article 55: To see if the Town will vote to adopt the Capital
Improvement Program as prepared by the Seabrook Planning Board in
1983, and further to authorize the Planning Board to prepare and
amend any future recommended program of municipal capital improve-
ment projects in accordance with RSA 674:5.



Article 56: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of One Hundred Thousand ($100,000) Dollars to add to
the Capital Reserve Fund, known as the "Motor Vehicle Fund."

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Article 57: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of Five Hundred Thousand ($500,000) Dollars for the
purpose of adding said amount to the Capital Reserve Fund, known as
the "Municipal Building Fund."

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)



Article 58: To see if the town will vote to establish a Capital
Reserve Fund to be known as the "Sewer Fund" for the purpose of con-
structing a municipal sewer system or sewerage treatment works
including the purchase of land therefore, and to raise and appropri-
ate the sum of Five Million ($5,000,000) Dollars to be deposited in
said fund.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)



Article 59: To see what sums of money the Town will vote to
raise and appropriate for the expense of the General Government for
the protection of persons and property, for health and sanitation,
for highways and bridges, for the support of the Town Poor and for
all necessary expenditures for the ensuing year.



Article 60: To transact all other legal business that may come
before this meeting.

Given under our hands and seals this Its of February, in the
year of our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Eighty Four,



Selectmen of
Seabrook



C^duuJ^ f^.y^a




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A true copy of Warrant - Attest:



Selectmen of
Seabrook



Seabrook, New Hampshire



>-~-/.^



February /L ,1984




We hereby certify that we gave notice to the inhabitants,
within named, to meet at the time and place and for the purpose
within named, by posting an attested copy of the within Warrant at
the place of meeting within named, and a like attested copy at the
Post Office and the Town Hall, being public places in said Town on
the /^day of February, 1984.



::^dc^^■> ^^^J^J..



Selectmen of
Seabrook



STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
ROCKINGHAM, SS.




February /4 , 1984



Personally appeared the above named Selectmen of the Town of
Seabrook and swore that the above was true to the best of their
knowledge and belief.



Before me,



ISSSS^ri&SlS'S"-



U^.i.riMyi/ r.. A- U^l/.'-^-' ,



ustice of the Peace
or
Notary Public




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BUDGET FORM FOR TOWNS WHICH HAVE ADOPTED THE
PROVISIONS OF THE MUNICIPAL BUDGET LAW

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ADMINISTRATION

Municipal Services Division




BUDGET OF THE TOWN



OF



Seabrook



N.H.



Appropriations and Estimates of Revenue for tlie Ensuing Year January 1 , 1984 to December 31 , 1984 or for Fiscal
Year From January 1 i9 34 to December 31 19 84



THIS BUDGET SHALL BE POSTED WITH THE TOWN WARRANT

RSA 31:95 and 32:5



Budget Committee: (Please sign in ink)




Date A^^^^fif^J4^ii^_ 1984




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PURPOSES OF APPROPRIATION
(RSA31:4)
GENERAL GOVERNMENT



Actual

Appropriations

1983

(1983-84)



Actual

Expenditure;

1983

(1983-84)



Selectmen's

Budget

1984

(1984-85)



Budget Committee



Recommended

1984

(1984-85)



Town Officers Salary



90,169



i, 844.05



94,650



94,650



Town Officers Expenses



68.740



68.610.06



94.200



94.200



Election and Registration Expenses



5.900



7.817.76



11.350



11.350



Cemeteries



17.600



10.760.51



16. 600



16.600



General Government Buildings



49.580



49.965.79



65.750



61,200



Reappraisal of Property



Planning and Zoning



7.000



4.713.31



11,500



11.000



8 Legal Expenses



50.000



63.508.45



60.000



59.900



Advertising and Regional Association



p^nm^'mmm cierks



49,360



57,202.60



P.0,4q3



80,493



n Art. 15. 83 Art. 1R.



25,500



25,487.40



4,322



4,322



^^ Art. 19. 83 A rt. 19 .



26,000



26,013.00



•!5,000



15,000



13 Art. 20. 83 Art. 20, 84



120,000



119,983.00



22,000



■Jh



Art. 22. 83 Art. 21,



13,700



9 .6 04 . 6 1



,000



5 . 000



PUBLIC SAFETY



15 Police Department



627.787



605.249.31



699.828



698.678



16



Fire Department



369.400



361.514.



413.312



413.312



17



Civil Defense



AA



5.427.62



24.530



24.530



18 ^»M«i<^a>i^S<ff^^Xi)«)i Police Hire



35.719



36.418.41



45.200



45.200



19 Art. 23^ 83



Art.



10.000



4.121.56



7.500



7.500



20 Art. 27. 33 Art. 23.



;.ooo



6,720.00



10,000



1Q.QQQ



21 Art. 28, 83 Art. 24,



200.000



139.403.37



750.000



250.000



22 Art. 29. 83 Art. 25.



75.000



639.38



_5I1IL



300.



HIGHWAYS, STREETS & BRIDGES



23



Town Maintenance



375.0^



313.679.44



391,694



388,694



24 General Highway Department Expenses



25



Town Road Aid-



3&Z.



-0-



.2111



.201



26 Higfiway Subsidy



27 Street Ligfiting



40,000



35,801.27



40,000



40,000



28



Art. 30. 83



Art. 27, 84



20 .00IL



_:iil



26,000



26 , 000



29 Art. 31, 83 Art. 28, 84



30 Ar t. 32. 83 Art. 29, 84



20,oon



SANITATION



25,000



20 , 000 . 00



lo.ooa



12 , 292 . 10



1 .700,000



10,000



1,700.000



31



Solid Waste Disposal



69,000



69,027.47



95.700



95.70CL



32 Garbage Removal



33 Art. 33, 83 Art. 30.



30.000



12.239.54



1.400.000



1.400.000



34 Art. 34, 83 Art. 31 , 84



15.000



14.372.00



105.000



105,000



35 Art. 35, 83 Art. 32.



4.000



1.157.50



-Jh-



_.^nr-



36 Art. 40. 83 Art. 33.



250.000



5.000.00



20,400



20,400



Health Department



22.439,



18,168.10



7,560



10, 500



Hospitals and Ambulances



Animal Control



10 .393



^,470.94



10,434



9 , 644



40 y/Mmmmm Mosquito Control



32.260



31.391.15



21.790



21.790



41 Human Services



-0-



-0-



26.281



26.281



42 Art. 42, 83 Art. 34.



20.000



23.534.85



-Jlz



-0-



43 Art. 44, 83 Art. 35.



10.000



2.000.00



950.000



950.000



General Assistance



50.000



64.657 .41



70.000



70.000



45 Old Age Assistance & ATPD



30,000



14,020.46



25,000



25,000



46



udi.m^n)LMU



47 Art. 46, 83 Art. 36,



Art. 47, 83 Art. 37,



100.000



55,000



37.806.91



1,590.95



11.500



11.500



13,500



13,500



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i



PURPOSES OF APPROPRIATION
(RSA31:4)
CULTURE AND RECREATION


Actual

Appropriations

1983

(1983-84)


Actual

Expenditures

1983

(1983-84)


Selectmen's

Budget

1984

(1984-85)


Budget C


ommittee


Recommended

1984

(1984-85)


Not
Recommended


49 Library


31.417


31.417.00


43,583


43.560




50 Parks X9;<X5?XX^)^XXK


43.602


38.771.57


46.699


36,574




51 Patriotic Purposes & Old Home Dav


14.000


11.743. 27


15.206


15,700




52 Conservation Commission


10


227.00


1.000


1.000




53 Recreation-


104.448


79.573.98


206.936


207.913




'''Art. 48. 83 Art. 38, 84


7.000


5.351.00


185-000


185.000




'5 Art. 49 Art. 39, 84


30,000


11 ,523.19


48,000


48,000




56 Art. 50, 83 Art. 40, 84


17,000


2,759.50


20,000


20,000




DEBT SERVICE












)7 Principal of Long-Term Bonds & Notes 102,828


102,828.00


102,941


102,941




)8 Interest Expense - Lonu- 1 1 rn, non.:;s S Notes


65,122


65,122.00


58,821


58,821




i9 Interest Expense - Ta* Anticipation Notes


250,000


144,217.37


280,000


250,000




10 Fiscal Charges on Debt












ii Art. 51, 83 Art. 42, 84


40.000


-0-


6,321


6,321




i2Art. 52, 83 Art. 43. 84


5,000


5,000.00


12,650


12,650




CAPITAL OUTLAY












i3Art. 54, 83 Art. 44, 84


1,500


1.500.00


25.000


25.000




i4Art. 55. 83 Art. 45, 84


21.000


-0-


22,000


22.000




iSArt. 56, 83 Art. 46, 84


100.000


100,000.00


42.000


42 ..000




i6Art. 58. 83 Art. 47. 84


500.000


500.000.00


10.000


10.000




i7 Art. 48. 84




25.000


'5.000




« Art. 49. 84




65.000


65.000




9 Art. 50. 84




8.800


8.800




OPERATING TRANSFERS OUT










Payments to Capital Reserve Funds










1 Municipal and District Court Expenses










2 Art. 51. 84




6,500


6,500




3 Art. 52. 84




13,500


13,500




4 Art. 55. 84




-0-


-0-


500


5 Art. 57, 84




100,000


100,000




MISCELLANEOUS










6 Municipal Water Department


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