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10,500.00
17,194.00

489,980.00

19,685.00

800.00

2,500.00

1,000.00

400.00

500.00

1,000.00

1,800.00

27,685.00
45,620.00



410,925.08
1,883.09
2,753.34
3,085.79
11,179.23
165.75
1,030.26

60.90

6,929.96

2,356.06

142.42

7,982.05

19,009.42

467,503.35

18,879.60

743.39

1,850.43

357.50

861.35
310.39

23,002.66
24,156.65



17,360.92
116.91
746.66
414.21
179.23-
165.75-
1,969.74
3.000.00
60.90-
929.96-
356.06-
142.42-
2,517.95
1,815.42-

22,476.65

805.40

56.61

649.57

1,000.00

42.50

500.00

138.65

1,489.61

4,682.34
21,463.35



TOWN ROAD MAINTENANCE

Personnel

Office Supplies

Technical Supplies

Tech. Supplies /Hottop/Drainage

Tech. Supplies - Salt

Tech. Supplies - Sand

Tech. Supplies - Patch

Uniforms & Clothing

Fuel

Const. & Maint. Materials

Landscaping

Advertising

Contract Services

Contract Services-Equip. Hire

Professional Services

Equip. Repair & Maintenance

Utilities

Equipment

Capital Improvements-St . Signs

Capital Improvements-Town Pier



STREET LIGHTING
Utilities



109,035.00

6,000.00

60,000.00

15,000.00

2,000.00

3,000.00

3,500.00

25,000.00

15,000.00



10,000.00

15,000.00

11,000.00

500.00

. 2,500.00

1,500.00

2,500.00

281,535.00
40,000.00



124,568.97

96.98

4,339.57

13,984.23

15,961.52

2,904,00

1,255.95

2,524.19

17,343.83

527.80

2,800.00

21,25

121.50

5,807,00

66.48

11,670.43

1,651.59

6.50
1,034.50

206,686.29
38,743.00



15,533.97-
96.98-
1,660.43
46,015.77
961.52-
904.00-
1,744.05
975.81
7,656,17
527.80-
12,200.00
21.25-
121.50-
4,193.00
14,933,52
670.43-
1,151.59-
2,500,00
1,493,50
1,465,50

74,848.71
1,257,00



66



SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL

Personnel

Technical Supplies

Uniforms & Clothing

Const. & Maintenance Repairs

Contract Ser . - Refuse Fuels

Professional Services

Equip. Repair & Maintenance

Utilities



88,490.00
2,000.00



160,000.00

5,000.00
500.00

255,990.00



80,565.79

976.80

76.90

1,817.87

142,389.73

1,035.00

4,466.23

466.87

231,795.19



7,924.21
1,023.20
76.90-
1,817.87-
17,610.27
1,035.00-
533.77
33.13

24,194.81



HEALTH DEPARTMENT
Personnel
Office Supplies
Technical Supplies
Dues & Memberships
Education & Training
Advertising
Professional Services
Medication
Auto Allowance



9,000.00
300.00



10,000.00
500 . 00
500.00

20,300.00



8,900.90
133.73

22.00
10.00
106.79
101.98
324.61
413.25

10,013.26



99.10
133.73-
300.00

22.00-

10.00-
106.79-
9,898.02
175.39

86.75

10,286.74



AI^IMAL CONTROL

Personnel

Office Supplies

Technical Supplies

Tech. Supplies -First Aid Kit

Tech. Supplies - Cheraicals

Uniforms & Clothing

Dues & Memberships

Education & Training

Advertising

Contract Services - Kennel

Contract Services - Cremation

Medication

Professional Services

Auto Allowance

Equip. Repair & Maintenance

Damage to Animals



CONSERVATION COMMISSION
Printing & Publications
Professional Services



6,738.00
150.00

155.00
75.00

150.00
72.00

235.00

2,200.00
250.00
250.00

150.00
250.00
400.00

11,075.00

500.00
500.00

1,000.00



5,169.57
280.03
410.76



425.75
40.00

150.64

1,639.00

250.00

51.75

326.53

8,744.03

84.00

84.00



1,568.43
130.03-
410.76-
155.00

75.00
275.75-

32.00
235.00
150.64-
561.00

250.00
51.75-

150.00
76.53-

400.00

2,330.97

416.00
500.00

916.00



LIBRARY

Total Services & Other Charges 57,014.00

OAA & APTD

Total Services & Other Charges 5,000.00



57,014.00
3,230.57



1,769.43



57



HUMAN SERVICES

Area Homemakers

Day Care Center

Newmarket Health Care

Portsmouth Armed Services

Retired Senior Volunteers

Rock. Child & Family Services

Rock. County Community Action

Seacoast Visiting Nurses

Seacoast Mental Health

A Safe Place'

Seacoast Big Brother & Sister

Seacoast Hospice

Women s ' Resource Center

Rockingham Co. Nutrition



2,500.00

6,000.00

1,600.00

100.00

900.00

1,095.00

6,152.00

8,335.00

4,000.00

1,500.00

500.00

1,320.00

1,155.00

3,500.00



2,500.00

6,000.00

1,600.00

100.00

900.00

1,094.60

6,152.00

8,335.00

4,000.00

1,500.00

500.00

1,320.00

1,155.00

3,500.00



.40





38


,657


.00


38


,656.60




.40


WELFARE - GENERAL ASSISTANCE
















Personnel


8


,995


.00


8


^663.91




331.09


Printing & Publications










14.00




• 14.00-


Fuel


3


,000


.00




39i90


2


,920,10


Dues & Memberships










15.00




15.00-


Education & Training










15.00




15,00-


Prof, Services - Child Care


10


,000


.00




643.50


9


,356.50


Medication


1


,000


.00






1


,000.00


Rent


5


,000


.00


6


,437.80


1


,437.80-


Utilities


2


,000


.00




283.97


1


,716.03


Food & Meals


1


,500,


.00




579.98




920.02


Other Services




100,


.00








100.00




31


,595,


.00


16


,733.06


IT


,861.94


MOSQUITO CONTROL
















Personnel


20


,572,


.00


14


,999.19


5


,572.81


Technical Supplies










44.40




44.40-


Tech. Supplies - Cythion


1


,500,


.00






1


,500.00


Tech. Supplies - Abate




700.


.00


1


,936,95


1


,236.95-


Tech. Supplies - Dry Ice




192.


.00




296.50




104.50-


Tech. Supplies - Batteries




110.


.00








110.00


Materials - Greenhead Traps




50.


.00




206.03




156.03-


Const. & Maint. - Materials/Tool


s


200.


.00




144.00




56.00


Dues & Memberships










40.00




40.00-


Prof. Services - Blood Tests




108.


.00




95.00




13.00


Meetings & Conferences




300.


.00




354.40




54.40-


Auto Allowance




200,


.00




73.40




126.60


Equip. Repairs/Maintenance
Food & Meals


1


,000.


.00


18


,916.57




^!!:^f-




24


,932.


.00


6"


,015.43


MEMORIAL & OLD HOME DAYS
















Personnel




120,


.00








120.00


Printing & Publications




200.


,00




126,19




73.81


Program Materials


3,


,669.


,00


3,


,080.24




588.76


Misc.




761.


,00




278.65




482.35


Postage

Contract Services
Food & Meals
Prof. Services
Rent


4,

1,
1,


500.
,025.

750.
,225.
,750.


,00
,00
,00
,00
,00


5,
1,


231.79
,268.00

541.53
,150.00

250.00


1,
1,


268.21
,243.00-

208.47

75.00

,500.00



13,000.00

68



10,926.40



2,073,60



PARK DEPARTMENT



Personnel


20,


,000.


.00


15,


,777.


,40


4,


,222.


,60


Technical Supplies


1


,345,


.00


1


,837.


.39




492.


,39-


Materials - Line Paste


1


,500,


.00




657.


.30




842,


.70


Const. & Main. Materials


3


,000,


.00


1


,155,


.90


1


,844,


.10


Landscaping/Decorations, Etc.




875,


.00










875.


,00


Professional Services








3,


,059.


.00


3


,059,


,00-


Equip Repair & Maintenance




800,


.00


1


,960.


.34


1


,160,


.34-


Utilities


5


,300.


.00


6,


,079,


,14




779,


,14-


Capital Improvements


1


,200,


.00


1,


,000.


.00




200,


,00




34,


,020,


.00


31,


.526.


.47


2"


,493,


.53


RECREATION DEPARTMENT




















Personnel


102


,963.


.00


94


,573.


.48


8


,389,


.52


Office Supplies


2


,020.


.00


1


,841.


.23




178,


.77


Printing & Piiblications




465.


.00




676.


.80




211,


.80-


Books & Subcriptions




15.


.00




44.


.95




29,


,95-


Program Materials


15


,744.


.00


15


,576,


.52




167,


.48


Dues & Memberships




124.


.00




32,


.00




92,


.00


Advertising




500.


.00




437,


.89




62,


.11


Postage




800.


.00




424.


.89




375,


.11


Contracted Services


3


,400.


,00


3


,153.


.85




246,


.15


Professional Services




350.


.00










350,


.00


Rent


6


,960.


.00


6


,900.


.61




59,


.39


Meetings & Conferences


1


,000.


.00




247.


.98




752,


.02


Auto Allowance


1


,000.


.00




551.


.50




448,


.50


Utilities


3


,000,


.00


2


,651.


.26




348,


.74


Equipment


1


,500,


.00


1


,500,


.00










139


,841,


.00


128


,612,


.96


iT


,228


.04


BOND PRINCIPAL




















Water Bond


75


,000,


.00


75


,000,


.00








BOND INTEREST




















Water Bonds


44


,588,


.00


44


,587,


.50






.50


INTEREST ON TEMPORARY LOANS




















Interest Charges


50


,000,


.00








50


,000


.00


INSURANCE




















Professional Ser .-Consultant


2


,500,


.00


17


,874,


.30


15


,374,


.30-


Other Ser.- Business Auto


38


,875,


.00




263,


.00


38


,612,


.00


Other Ser.- Prop. & Gen. Liabil,


. 51


,870,


.00


86


,638,


.00


34


,768,


.00-


Other Ser. - Boiler & Machinery


1


,530,


.00


1


,020,


.00




510,


.00


Other Ser. - Law Enforce. LiabiL 15


,750,


.00


7


,739,


.00


8


,011,


.00


Umbrella Liability


10


,000,


.00


41


,586,


.00


31


,586,


.00-


Unisured Losses


4,


,000,


.00


1


,000,


,00


3


,000,


.00


Bonds


5


,530,


.00


3


,786,


.00


1


,744,


.00


Computer




500,


.00










500,


.00


Life/AD&D-Fire Dept.




807,


.00




940,


.80




133,


.80-


Life/AD&D-Police Dept.








6


,174,


.00


6


,174,


.00-


Unemployment Compensation


9


,090,


.00


9


,468,


.02




378,


.02-


Workers ' Compensation


134


,906,


.00


145


,037,


.90


10


,131,


.90-


Health Insurance


115


,700,


.00


118


,705,


.35


3


.005,


.35-




391


,058,


.00


440


,232,


.37


49


,174,


.37-



69



RETIREMENT, SOCIAL SECURITY &

DEFERRED COMPENSATION

N.H. Retirement
Social Security
Deferred Compensation



REFUNDS



83,372.00
66,024.00
30,648.00



All Expenses

UNCLASSIFIED

Taxes bought by Town

Payments to the State

SPECIAL ARTICLES 1986

#33 Transfer Station

#34 New Fire Station

#35 Re-Appraisal Town Prop.

#36 Ledge Rd. & Lo . Collins

#37 Old New Boston Rd.

#38 Library - Air Cond.

#39 Police Stn. Rd.

#40 Forestry Fire Truck

#42 Town Road Survey

#43 Beach Drainage Survey

#45 Town Office Computer

#47 iT. P/U - Mosq. Control

#48 Backhoe

#49 Frontend Wheel Loader

#50 Ten Wheel Rubbish Truck

#51 4 Wheel Dump Truck -Hwy.

#52 Drainage Const. (Beach)

#53 Coastal Zone Mngmt. Grant

#54 Maint. Bldg. - Coram. Ctr.

#55 Land & Improvments-Rec .

#56 Gymnastic Equip. - Rec .

#57 Life Guards & Stns.

#-Fiscal Year Ending

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

Totals



Principal


Interest


75,000


39,150


75,000


33,712


75,000


28,275


75,000


22,838


50,000


17,400


50,000


13,775


50,000


10,150


50,000


6,525


40,000


2,900



540,000



174,725



76



1986 PAYROLL



AMIRO, Robert


243.25


BAILLARGEON, Jeffrey J.


2,900.27


BALCZON, Stuart N.


15.00


BALL, William D.


20.00


BARSON, Mark


81.00


BEAUDOIN, Sandra L.


21,901.86


BECKMAN-TILTON , Melba


6,907.15


BECKMAN, Edgar


17,190.44


BECKMAN, Richard P.


600.00


BECKMAN, Robie M.


32,292.52


BERGERON, Donal C. Jr.


856.48


BITOMSKE, Lee


21,824.26


BLAKE, Daniel J. Sr.


10.00


BOWDEN, Minabell


82.13


BOYD, Henry


18,214.73


BOYD, Michael


34.88


BOYD, Stanley


12,714.92


BROCHU, Paul D.


6,280.52


BROOKS, Lee G.


11,115.69


BROWN, Bruce G.


850.00


BROWN, Charles


8,664.66


BROWN, Clyde 0.


3,190.47


BROWN, Howard J.


21,993.73


BROWN , Irving


28,822.07


BROWN, James A,


15,924.69


BROWN, Jeffrey M.


8,821.53


BROWN, Jerry W.


31,303.63


BROWl-l, Joyce I.


6,615.02


BROWN, Lita M.


84.32


BROWN, Michael Jr.


1,232.72


BROWN, Norman H.


600.00


BROWN, Norman L.


24,742.52


BROWN, Robert B.


845.92


BROWN, Sandra C.


843.71


BROWN, Viola


74.25


BROWN, Virginia


16.88


BURNHAJl, Janet


3,019.73


BURNS, John C.


27.00


CALLAHAN, William E.


20.00


CARD RAN, Joseph


81.00


CARR, Chester


34.88


CAWLEY, James M.


30,581.90


CHAISSON, Jeffrey L.


1,273.32


CHAMPOUX, Claire


169.88


CHAMPOUX, James


114.75


CHASE, Guy


5,153.06


CHASE, Donald G.


22,605.33


CODY, Edward T,


691.44


CRAWFORD, Mary


235.13


CRAWFORD, Robert


235.13



77



1986 PAYROLL (cont'd)

CRESSY, John H. 54.00

CRONIN, Paul J. 30,019.32

CROSSLAND, Michael F. 26,733.12

CURRIER, David A. 35,684.74

DECIE, Kevin C. 1,536.25

DELISLE, Joseph L. Jr. 31,109.60

DEMARCO, Maria C. 16.88

DEMARS, Joseph 600.00

DENIS, Matthew 127.30

DEVEAU, David R. 27.00

DIBARTOLOMEO , Carmella 52.88

DIBARTOLOMEO , Leonard P, 13,908.00

DOW, Charlotte M. 217.13

DOW, George W. 24,635.32

DOW, Janet 180.00

DOW, Jerry 8,843.47

DOW, Shelley 1,398.86

DOW, Vernon G. 24,358.97

DOWNS, David F. , 31,432.03

DUBE, Robert 25,481.49

DUGGAN, Jere A. 3,491.77

DUNNACK, Joseph A. 691.44

EATON, Thomas H. 13,915.68

EATON, Alick 944.73

EATON, Clyde F. 2,416.26

EATON, Diane 1,882.24

EATON, Elliot 250.00

EATON, Fay 48.38

EATON, Frances H. 14,404.41

EATON, Franklin D. 3,483.52

EATON, Furmer H. Jr. 33,003.08

EATON, George 742.36

EATON, Ralph D, 16.88

EATON, Ronald M. Jr. 31,583.44

EATON, Rosemary 3,778.29

EATON, Suzanne M. 15,439.33

EATON, Timothy L. 19,413.72

ELLIOT, Mary 171.00

ERICKSON, Marilyn 18.00

FALCONER, Doris 171.01

FALCONER, James C. 9,528.49

FELCH, Charles W. 26,798.90

FELCH, Charles H. 500.00

FELCH, Frederick B, 16.88

FELCH, Ralph 17,086.35

FELCH, Wayne 450.00

FLEMING, Kevin 16.88

FOLLANSBEE, Linda _ 694.52

FOLLANSBEE, Raymond 5,037.35

FOWLER, Amy E. 5,270.26

FOWLER, Bonnie L. 13,2 33.33



78



1986 PAYROLL (cont'd)



FOWLER, Clarence G.
FOWLER, Donna
FOWLER, Gary K.
FOWLER, Herbert E.
FOWLER, John B. Jr.
FOWLER, Richard L.
FOWLER, Virginia L.
FOWLER, Wilbur
FROST, Michael W.
FRYE, Charles F.
FULLER, Robert P/ III
GADBOIS, Laurence A.
GLOVER, Dean R.
GOLDTHWAITE, James M.
GOSSELIN, Jay S.
GOULD, Lydia
GRAHAM, Jonathan
GRIGGS, Derek P.
GRIGGS, Nona E.
HALE , Richard
HALE, William
HARDWARE, Robin
HARKINS, Thomas G.
HARNOIS, Kim
HAZELTINE, Dick
HEWLETT, Harold III
HILL, Deborah J.
HOCKRIDGE, Steve
HOULTHAN, Edward M.
HYMPHREY, Gertrude
JACKSON, Sylvia
JANVRIN, Betty J.
JANVRIN, Donna
JANVRIN, Ernest D. Jr.
JANVRIN, Frank E.
JANVRIN, Karen
JANVRIN, Martha
JANVRIN, Martin P.
JONES, Russell C,
JORDANHAZY, Eugene F.
KILCOYNE, Michael
KIMBALL, Malcolm D.
KINLOCK, Marion
KNOWLES, Abbie
KNOWLES, Alwin L.
KNOWLES, Estella
KNOWLES, Frank L. Jr.
KNOWLES, Lillian L.
KNOWLES, Milan Sr.
KITOWLES, Sherry
KNOWLES, Vivian
KNOWLES, Warner B.



32,938.25

2 ,914.65

30,509.14

20,940.60

11,844.60

30.38

22,169.45

17,908.77

36,427.16

27.00

936.33

50.00

12,240.40

3,538.08

358.75

5,409.91

983.23

6,478.69

19,329.57

941.20

800.00

170.39

27.00

991.60

27.00

5,352.18

442.57

27.00

81.00

190 .,13

1,305.80

304.29

807.38

20,201.22

17,248.23

36.00

171.00

29,489.72

235.13

25,526.80

268.28

27.00

124.88

48.38

4,772.00

59.73

6,116.30

19,649.36

828.24

4.50

16.88

23,644.30



79



1986 PAYROLL (cont'd)



LAPIERRE, Richard A.
LARSEN, James A.
LATTIME, Horatio C.
LEONARD, Lawrence
LOCKE, Debra J.
LOCKE, Earlene U,
LOCKE, Robert
LOWE , Joanne
MACDONALD, Barry
MACLEAN, Laura
MANTHORN, Patrick D,
MARSHALL, Charlotte K.
MARSHALL, Ralph
MCCALLION, Blanche
MCLAUGHLIN, William
MCQUEEN, Hugh D.M.
MERRILL, Dennis W.
MERRILL, Dorothea
MERRILL, Phillip
MERRILL, Tammy J.
MILLS, Louis A. Jr.
MILLS, Louis III
MOORE, Jean S.
MOORE, Robert S.
MO RAN, Thomas W.
MOUGHAN, John E. Jr.
MURPHY, Harold
NICHOLSON, Dorothy
NICKLES, William D.
O'LEARY, Robert D.
OBRIEN, Laurence
OLSEN, James
OLSON, Michael
PAGE, Howard C. Ill
PAICOS, Kevin E.
PATTERSON, James L.
PERKINS, Carol L.
PERKINS, Debra J.
PERKINS, Donald A. Sr.
PERICINS, Earl
PERKINS , Lawrence
PERKINS, Rita
PERKINS, Russell
PETIT, Janine R.
PICKARD, Edward L.
PICKARD, Lynette J.
PIETROWSKI, Paula
PIKE, Walter
PITTS, Gary
POWELL, Sophie
PRESTON, Mark
PROVENCHER, Edith



162.00

40.00

25,686.22

3,561.91

953.01

4,050.73

550.00

18.00

190,00

618.61

31,535.66

171.00

40.00

15,662.20

16.88

27.00

17,300.59

36.00

4,916.07

712.30

14,808.81

6,272.43

13,556.32

19,119.33

30.00

81.00

7,261.26

174.38

25,954.14

81.00

2,041.96

16.88

40.00

36,559.44

16,827.00

15.00

19,849.36

14,988.96

60.00

750.00

944.08

60.00

17,775.02

14,346.42

16,158.39

1,067.81

34.88

27.00

800.00

18.00

33,753.24

8,718.44



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1986 PAYROLL (cont'd)

QUINN, Jeffrey R. 4,298.38

RAiNlDALL, Diana 16.88

RAITOALL, Herbert M. 16,210.89

RANDALL, Walter I. 1,770.70

RICHARDSON, Barbara L. 1,408.13

ROWE, Jerry M. 16,433.08

ROY, Kenny F. 968.99

SANBORN, Ernest B. 25,050.41

SANBORN, Peter 10,328,75

SANBORN, Keith 898.84

SARACY, Stanley 800.00

SCHREMPH, Harold 4,755.58

SIRESS, Mildred 16,88

SMALL, Elsie 800.00

SMALL, Eric N. 72.00

SOUTHER, Donna 38.25

STEWART, Mary L. ' 1,77 3.62

STOCKBRIDGE, Cora E. 15,76 3.48

STRANGMAN, Everett C. 4,164.44

STURGIS, Phila 30.38

SWARTZ, Lynda D. 4,400.75

THERIAULT, Rick S. 25,422.21

THIBODEAU, David 16.88

THIBODEAU, Deirdre 190.45

THIBODEAU, Elizabeth 2,630.47

THIBODEAU, Francis 16.88

THIBODEAU, Philip 16.88

THOMPSON, Carlene M. 34,321.27

TITONE, Joseph F. 27,636.23

TOUGAS, John J. 2,665.30

TREACY, Wm. P . Jr . 5,210.00

TROFATTER, Allison 1,920.94

TURCOTTE, G. Jay 1,214.67

WALKER, Melissa G. 24,798.96

WALSH, Steven R. 30.00

kVEARE, Marcell Andrea 276.94

WEARE, Margaret B. 16,461.40

WELCH, John Sr. 750.00

tVETHERINGTON , Margaret E. 18,742.46

WICKLUND, Arthur 246.38



TOTAL PAYROLL $ 1,889,046.56



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