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Quinn 11,000,000, Greenhouse, Hampton Falls 700,000 had the laroest.
The 22,519,150 gallon decrease was mainly contributed to Public Service
Co. and Bailey Co. which decreased 27,000,000 nallons and 9,000,000
gallons resoectively.

There were sixtv (60) new services installed in 1CS7. Fortv-nine
(49) residential and eleven (11) commercial-industrial. These services,
commercial-industrial were all 6" or lamer. Thev included sub-divis-
ions, commercial condos , mini-malls and industrial buildings.

The crew along with their- regular and routine duties, accomplished
or overseen many of the following projects.

Five (5) fire hydrants were damaged by motor vehicles one on Rt.
107, Causeway St., IJorthley Ave. and t\.o on Route 1.

Several water leaks occurred. Most of these were on the land own-
ers proDerty. The larqest of the leaks were two (2) 6" water main
breaks (Leisure Living and Seabrook Mobile Village.)

Spring rain storms kept us busy pumping out resident's cellars.

Also, in the spring and early summer you could find the department
crew in the Route 1 area. The project ran from fJew Zealand Road north
along Route 1, down Dearborn Avenue (including part of Gove Road)
across country through IJeare Park and State of NH land to Foggs Lane.
A short section on Route 1 between A street and entrance to Service
Star was connected together. The project which included layinn over
4,000 feet of 12" water mains, (previous water main sizes were 6" & 8")
13 new fire hydrants and installing all new water services along the
route was mainly accomnlished by the denartment. The section of Route
1 between Rocks Road and Dearborn Avenue was contracted to Methuen Con-
strution Co. mainly because of the amount of ledge in this area.
Whitman and Howard Engineering Inc. of Wellesley flass. designed and
ennineered the nroject.

In the summer you could find us installing, flushing and testing
an 8" water main and fire hydrant at the new fire station on Centennial
Street.

Also, in the summer we were busy marking water mains and services
all over town for state and sewer engineers.

The following projects, by contractors, which included laying of
mains and services, installing fire hydrants, chlorinating, flushing,
pressure testing and leak repair were overseen this past summer by



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the department were: Utility Trailers-Route 107, Pheasant Ridge Condos
New Zealand Road, Fortino Realty Trust sub-di vision-Blacksnake Road,
New Timber Mart-Route 1, Zanellis Realty Trust-Batchelder Road, Cains
Brook Condos-Route 1.

Late summer-early fall the department crew could be found building
a new right of way road to our Mill Lane Pump Station. We were forced
to relocate the road and utilites because in 1968-69 the right of way
was inadvertently located in the wrong location (on another nerson's
land). Trees had to be longed, brush cleared, culverts and water main
installed and a roadway built. All by the Water Department.

Later in the fall the department built a man-hole type pump house
at the 107 pump station area. The connections, piping, foundation,
man-hole apparatus, electrical and the site work was all accomolished
by the crew. The new pump and motor was installed by L. A. Hanna and
Sons of Stratham NH. B.C.I. Geonetics of Laconia performed pump test
and well evaluation work. The pump was designed and the project engin-
eered by Jones and Beach Engineering of Stratham NH. This well has a
safe yield of about 150 GPM and is ready to be used.

In the fall all the water mains in the entire town were cleaned
and flushed.

This winter our True Road well water levels dropped drastically
forcing shut down of the two (2) pumps. The pumps will remain off un-
til these levels return substancially. We beleive that high pumping
rates this past summer contributed to this. It was observed that over
1,000,000 additional gallons were used outside during every sunny day
of the summer period.

With this in mind I would like to conclude by urging all our cus-
tomers to conserve water, it's a precious resource. If this conserva-
tion is observed by all, again, we probably and hopefully will enjoy
another year with no water bands or moratorium restrictions imnosed.

Respectfully submitted.



Warner B. Knov;les
Water Superintendent



51



TOWN OF SEABROOK WATER DEPARTMENT

Summary of Receipts, Expenditures and Proof of Balance
Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1987

WATER DEPARTriENT RECEIPTS:



Water Use $ 279,512.09

Installations 5,405.00

Sale of Materials S Other 4,965.93

Late Fees 1,465.00

Interest Earned on Checkino Account 2,250.93

Insurance Claim 3,110.00 Total $ 296,708.95

Balance on January 1, 1987 $ 24,813.16 Total $ 321,522.11

WATER DEPARTMENT EXPE NDITURES:

Total Personnel Services $ 124,758.04

Total Administrative Expenses 6,805.25

Total Supplies & ilaterials 65,014.91

Total Contract Services 58,339.11

Insurance Claim 3,110.00

Transferred to General Fund 40,000.00 t^+->t c- ono no-i -.i

Total j> 298,027.31

Total Receipts $ 321,522.11

Total Expenditures 298,027.31

§§l3Dce_on_December_31^_1987 l9tal__$__23^494^80_

Town of Seabrook Treasurers Report— -WATER DEPARTMENT

Balance January 1, 1987 $ 24,813.16

Total 1987 Receipts $ 291,348.02

Insurance Claim 3,110.00

Interest Earned on Checking Account 2,250.93

296,708.95 Total $ 321,522.11
Less Payments $ 254,917.31

Transfer to General Fund 40,000.00

Insurance Claim 3,110.00

Total $ 23,494.80
Balance Arlinnton Trust oer-statement 82,024.40
Deposits not credited ' 17,923.38

Total $ 99,947.73
!=ess_Outstanding_Checks Z6i452^98 $__23i494^80_

WATER DEPARTMENT ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE

Unmetered Accounts $ 12,270.00

Metered Accounts 3,406.94

Installations -0-

Sale of Materials & Other 164.75

Credit 4,000.00-

Outstanding Balance of December 31, 1987 Total $ 11,841.69



52



TOWN OF SEABROOK, NEW HAMPSHIRE
DECEMBER 31, 1987
STATEMENT OF TOWN CLERK'S ACCOUNTS FOR FISCAL YEAR



MOTOR VEHICLES PERMIT FEES: $593,341.00

MOTOR VEHICLE TITLES: 2,388.00

DOG LICENSES: 2,711.50

STATE DECAL FEES: 10,901.50

MARRIAGE FEES: 2,160.00

VITAL STATISTICS: 4,964.12

PEDDLERS LICENSE FEES: 50.00

TOWN ELECTION FEES: 18.00

BAD CHECK FEES: 110.00



Respectfully submitted.




Inia L . Fowler
Town\lerk of Seabrook, NH.



$616,643.12



53



FORM MS-61



TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT



FISCAL YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1987



TOWN OF SEABROOK



- DR. -



-Levies Of:-



Uncollected Taxes - Beginning of Fiscal Year 1988 1987



1986



Prior



Property Taxes

Resident Taxes

Land Use Change Taxes

Yield Taxes

Sewer Rents



$13294010. 13$23919. 39
78i6'.60 '231D*.0O*



476. OD



Taxes Conunitted To Collector;

Property Taxes $ .

Resident Taxes

National Bank Stock Taxes

Land Use Change Taxes

Yield Taxes

Sewer Rents



24891965.00



546.82



25000.00



Added Taxes;

Property Taxes
Resident Taxes



284.00



970.00



Overpayments;

a/c Property Taxes
a/c Resident Taxes



Interest Collected on Delinquent
Property Taxes;



Penalties Collected on Resident Taxes;.



Bad Check Fees:



1655.12



1909.65



60.00



510.82
* '4*0 .'00



9939^.66
340.00 24.00



TOTAL DEBITS $ $ ?.^??P.^?9.-?? $ .1.33.38620 .61$ .26729 ..39



/s/ ^'■A^.^lo^ ^.Nip.^.MA,^

LILLIAN L. KNOWLES, TAX COLLECTOR

54



Con't Collector's Report



- CR. -



Remittances To Treasurer During
Fiscal Year:

Property Taxes $ ,

Resident Taxes

National Bank Stock Taxes

Yield Taxes

Sewer Rents

Land Use Change Taxes

Interest Collected During Year

Penalties on Resident Taxes

Bad Check Fees



1988 1987



1986



?viQV



^24576459.06 13293405.95^23919.39
'""'' =? 34bb.'0'0 *2'4b'.'otr



546.82



1909,65



60.00



25000 DO

' 9939 66

340.' 00



24.00



Discounts Allowed;

Abatements Made During Year:

Property Taxes

Resident Taxes

Yield Taxes

Sewer Rents

Uncollected Taxes - End of Fiscal Year;
(As Per Collector's List)

Property Taxes

Resident Taxes

Sewer Rents . .

Yield Taxes



2456.50


1115.00







54,20.00


'.'.'Aik'pA



314988.56



TOTAL CREDITS $ $ .2.^.8.9.6420 .59 $ .13 3.3.8 6.20 ^ 1 $ .26729 ..39



/S/



■\ AIjljxxO ^ • Vk\^ .):^^>Av■l^>'^



LILLIAN L. KNOWLES, TAX COLLECTOR



55



SUMMARY OF TAX SALES ACCOUNTS

FISCAL YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1987 (June 30, 1988)

(SELECT ONE)



TOWN



SEABROOK



-DR.



Tax Sales on Account of Levies Of—

Previous
1987 1986 1985 Years



* Balance of Unredeemed taxes-
Beginning Fiscal Year



** Taxes Sold To Town During
Current Fiscal Year



Subsequent Taxes Paid

Interest Collected After Sale,
Redemption Costs



$ $..??P.-88 $19_,892^.27



3,027.91



ff 2_. 50 _ ^ 55_. 30 ^ 3^, 8 74^. 46
46.69 13.34 141.61



TOTAL DEBITS

Remittance to Treasurer During Year;

Redemptions

Interest & Costs After Sale

Abatements During Year

Deeded To Town During Year

Unredeemed Taxes-End of Year

Unredeemed Subsequent Taxes

Unremitted Cash

TOTAL CREDITS



$ $ 3^, JJ 7^. 10 $ ;^, 059^. 52 $ 23_,9p8^. 34



-CR.-



$ ;^, 653^.92 $ , , 334.-47 $ 1?., 794,. 70

89.19 68.64 4,016_.07

68.76 97.57



1,373.99 587.65



$3.,117_.10 $l^p59,.52 $23j,9p8..34



* These sums represent the total amount of Unredeemed Taxes, as of January 1, 1987
(■ItKb^JOtoQ^jSyOp from Tax Sales held in Previous Fiscal Years.

** Amount of Tax Sale(s) sold to town held during current fiscal year, including
total amount of taxes, interest and costs to date of sale(s).



REVISED 1987



56



TREASURER'S REPORT 1987



FROM LOCAL TAXES:

CURRENT YEAR

Property Taxes

Interest on Property Taxes

Yield Taxes



24,576,459.06

1,909.65

546.82



$ 24,578,915.53



PRIOR YEARS

Property Taxes

Interest

Resident Taxes

Resident Tax Penalties

Tax Sales Redeemed

Interest & Costs

Current Use Change Penalty

FROM STATE:

Revenue Sharing Distribution
Highway Block Grant Aid
Grant -Recreation Food Program
Reimbursement-Civil Defense
Storm Disaster-Civil Defense
Sewer Grant Article #49-1980



13,317,325.34

9,939.66

3,640.00

364.00

21,783.09

4,173.90

25,000.00



176,004.57

64,573.54

2,932.00

12,497.25

3,664.00

6,327.00



FROM LOCAL SOURCES:

Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 593,341.00

Dog License Fees 2,711.50
Business Licenses, Permits & Filing Fees 10,813.20

Yankee Greyhound Racing 88,950.00

Building Permit Fees 24,008.00

Marriages, Deaths, Ch Mort. .Titles 9,512.12

Planning Board Fees 2,488.00

Board of Adjustment Fees 863.00

Sale of Decal Fees 10,901.50

Ambulance Fees 7,629.00

Pistol Permit Fees 516.00

Sale of copies, reports, maps & books 3,530,03

Rent of Town Property 1,779.00

Dump Licenses and Tickets 7,202.50

Recreation Department 9,743.84

Police Hire 13,695.60
Police-Restitution, Unlawful poss. bev. 5,162.92

Dog Fines 480.00

Parking Fines 2,825.00

Interest on Deposits 589,816.77

Sale of Cemetery Plots 4,970.00

Recoveries Town Poor 6,614.97

Misc. Receipts 52,639.12

Reimbursements 41,815.85

Interest on Cemetery Trust Funds 829.51

Yield Tax Security Deposits 3,000.00

Cablevision Royalties 1985 3,409.08

Cablevision Royalties 1986 4,341.20

Fines-Late Dog Racing Payments 19,100.00



13,382,225.99



265,998.36



57



Transfer excess Water Revenue 40,000.00
Payroll Water Department 124,758.04

Payroll New Police Station 8,052.00 $ 1,695,498.75

FROM U.S.G0VERM1ENT:

Revenue Sharing 50,000.00

Grant-CZM Article //14-1985 100,000.00

Grant-Sewer Article #49-1980 1,779.00 151,779.00

TOTAL RECEIPTS FROM ALL SOURCES 40,074,417.63

Balance Jan. 1, 1987 544,516.21

GRAM) TOTALS 40,618,933.84

Less Total Payments 30,467,033.78

Transfer of Funds-Sewer Plans, Land & Design Art. #58-1986 2,250,000.00

Balance on Hand Dec. 31, 1987 7,901,900.06

PROOF OF BALANCE

Balance as per bank statement (Arlington Trust Co.) 733,783.14

Deposits not credited 102,938.54

836,721.68
Less outstanding checks 334,821 .62

501,900.06
Certificates of Deposits (7 Banks) 7,400,000.00

7,901.900.06

REVENUE SHARING SAVINGS ACCOUNT (M.M)

Balance Jan. 1, 1987 117,494.85

Receipts:

Entitlement payments 2,256.00

Interest earned on account 6,712.33 8,968.33

126,463.18
Payments:

Money transferred to Gen. Fund checking account for

Water Bonds as per Article #14-1987 50,000.00

Balance on Hand Dec. 31, 1987 76,463.18

WITHDRAWAL CAPITAL RESERVE FUND
MUNICIPAL BUILDING FUND

Article #29-1984 New Police Station

Balance in checking account Jan. 1, 1987 305,465.16

Receipts :

From Trustees of Trust Funds 385,231.77

Interest earned on account 11,886.24 397,118.01

702,583.17
Payments : 611,006.37

Balance on Hand Dec. 31, 1987 91,576.80



58



SEWER FUND



Article #58-1986

Receipts :

Transfer of Funds Gen. Fund

Interest earned on account

Payments :

Manifests

Interest transferred to Gen. Fund

Balance on Hand Dec. 31, 1987



$ 2,250,000.00
12,431.84



459,317.98
12,431.84



$ 2,262,431.84



471,749.82
$ 1,790,682.02



Respectfiilly sutanltted,
Carol L. Perkins, Treas.



59



GENERAL FUND BUDGET REPORT
FISCAL YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1987



ACCOUNT TITLE



TOWN OFFICER'S SALARIES
Personnel



TOTAL
APPROPRIATION



122,385.00



YEAR TO DATE
EXPENDITURES



124,205.27



UNEXPENDED
BALANCE



1,820.27-



TOWN OFFICE EXPENSE

Office Supplies 5,620.00

Stationery/Paper 1,000.00

Books & Subscriptions 980.00

Binding 330.00

Computer Supplies 2,520.00

Copier Supplies 1,600.00

Postage 8,800.00

Dues & Memberships 13,535.00

Tuition/Education 200.00

Advertising 2,250.00

Meetings/Conferences 2,550.00

Mileage Reimbursement 1,970.00

Expense Reimbursement 1,280.00

Misc. 800.00

Food/Meals 550.00

New Equipment 4,210.00

Equipment Rental 305.00

Equipment Maintenance 4,750.00

Audit Services 7,800.00

Data Processing 4,500.00

Printing 11,020.00

Other Contract Services 33,000.00

Other Professional Services 2,700.00

Maps 400.00

Photography Supplies 135.00

Property Valuation 5,000.00

TOTAL 117,805.00



4,985.13

322.20

2,603.04



1,291.73

927.91

4,431.20

12,940.27

351.51

1,300.70

2,222.46

1,768.05

935.08

929.05

6.96

4,670.09

359.25

5,139.30

6,500.00

3,753.06

5,822.32

29,740.00

5,258.73



84.02





634.87
677.80

1,623.04-
330.00

1,228.27
672.09

4,368.80
594.73
151.51-
949.30
327.54
201.95
344.92
129.05-
543.04
460.09-
54.25-
389.30-

1,300.00
746.94

5,197.68

3,260.00

2,558.73-
400.00
50.98

5,000.00



96,342.06 21,462.94



ELECTIONS & REGISTRATION

Personnel

Office Supplies

Advertising

Mileage Reimbursement

Food /Meals

Printing

Other Contract Services

TOTAL

CEMETERIES

Personnel
New Equipment
Signs



5,450.00


3


,992.13


1


,457.87


200.00





164.57
42.00




200.00
164.57-
42.00-


200.00




120.00




80.00


1,500.00







1


,500.00


1,200.00


1


,182.00




18.00


8,550.00


5


,500.70


3


,049.30


39,801.00


27


,122.53


12


,678.47


1,800.00


1


,745.52




54.48


6,000.00


6,


,450.00




450.00-



60



CEMETERIES Cont'd.



Water Pipe

Fencing

Landscaping Materials

Electricity

Equipment Maintenance

Other Contract Services

TOTAL

TOWN HALL & OTHER BUILDINGS

Personnel

Utilities

Uniforms /Clothing

Bldg. Maintenance & Supplies

Landscaping/Grounds Mainten-
ance & Rxibbish Disposal

New Equipment /Equip. Rental 6
Equip. Maintenance

Building Rental

Contractural Services

Contingency Fund

Misc.

TOTAL



2,000,^00
4,700.00
500.00
200.00
300.00
700.00



56,001.00



48,479.00

81,202.00

195.00

37,202.00

8,230.00

6,065.00
16,500.00
5,500.00
5,000.00
3,650.00

212,023.00





31.


.31


1


,968,


.69


2


,830,


.00


1


,870,


.00




53,


.75




446,


.25




225,


.82




25,


.82-




170,


,60




129,


.40




280.


.00




420,


.00


38


,909.


.53


17,


.091,


,47


48


,012.


.08




466.


.92


73


,927.


.11


7


,274.


,89




155.


,00




40,


.00


34


,350.


,94


2


,851.


.06



6,324.70 1,905.30

10,582.22 4,517.22-

25,357.00 8,857.00-

3,625.77 1,874.23

5,000.00

1,321.33 2,328.67



203,656.15 8,366.85



PLANNING & ZONING

Part Time Personnel

Office Supplies

Advertising

Meetings & Conferences

Mileage Reimbursement

Food/Meals

Printing

Other Professional Services

TOTAL

LEGAL SERVICES

CLERKS



Personnel

POLICE DEPARTMENT

Personnel
Office Supplies
Books & Subscriptions
Dues & Membership
Tuition/Education
Advertising
Meetings /Conferences
Mileage Reimbursement
Expense Reimbursement
Miscellaneous



4,320.00
500.00

3,500.00
900.00
200.00
700.00
700.00

5,000.00

15,820.00
75,000.00



129,343.00



718,170.00

14,985.00

1,500,00

155.00

7,500.00

250.00

315.00

1,000.00

425.00

10,000.00



2


,254.


.22


2


,065,


.78




84.


.16




415,


.84


2


,319.


.96


1


,180.


.04




560.


.61




339,


.39











200.


.00




357.


.56




342.


.44




989.


,50




289.


.50-




735.


,50


4


,264.


,50



7,301.51 8,518.49

56,775.17 18,224.83

118,929,10 10,413.90

617,083.55 101,086.45



6,882.94
2,594.22

345.00
5,414.12

550.87

195.00
2,649,87

901.71
6,722.13



8,102.06
1,094.22-

190.00-
2,085,88

300.87-

120.00
1,649.87-

476.71-
3,277.87



61



Police Cont'd.



Gasoline

Medical Supplies

Batteries

Uniforms /Clothing

Food/Meals

Photography Supplies

Prescription Drugs

New Equipment/Tools

Vehicle Maintenance

Printing

Other Contract Services

Other Professional Services

TOTAL

POLICE HIRE

Personnel

FIRE DEPARTMENT

Personnel
Office Supplies
Books & Subscriptions
Dues /membership
Tuition /Education
Meetings /Conferences
Mileage Reimbursement
Expense Reimbursement
Miscellaneous
Custodial Supplies
Medical Supplies
Uniforms /Clothing
Food/Meals

Photography Supplies
New Equipment
Vehicle Maintenance
Equipment Maintenance
Fire Alarm System
Other Contract Services
Other Professional Services

TOTAL

CIVIL DEFENSE DEPARTMENT

Personnel

Office Supplies

Telephone

Tuition /Education

Mileage Reimbursement

Batteries

New Equipment

Equipment Maintenance

Other Contract Services

Other Professional Services

TOTAL



2 3,500.00

200.00

1,120.00

16,428.00

350.00

1,500.00

125.00

65,656.00

21,000.00

2,500.00


5,000.00

891,679.00



26,446.00



505,875.00

3,000.00

500.00

500.00

2,000.00

700.00

200.00

200.00

1,000.00

1,200.00

3,500.00

4,250.00

500.00

300.00

10,500.00

6,200.00

2,700.00

6,000.00

3,000.00

3,000.00

555,125.00



20,312.00

1,525.00

1,198.00

500.00

250.00

200.00

2,000.00

1,000.00

450.00

250.00

27.685.00



20,623.82

113.50

590.00

11,849.03

262.62

1,426.05

26.18

66,852.53

18,764.73

2,695.64

168.00

7,261.36



2,876.18
86.50
530.00
4,578.97
87.38
73.95
98.82
1,196.53-
2,235.27
195.64-
168.00-
2,261.36-



773,972.87 117,706.13



12,263.00 14,183.00



485,958.13 19,916.87



1


,571,


.92


1,428


.08




325,


.32


174,


.68




315,


.00


185,


.00


2


,299,


.00


299.


.00-




214,


.20


485.


.80




184.


.80


15.


.20




237.


.36


37.


.36-


1


,000.


.00







1,


.572.


.47


372.


.47-


2


,982,


.92


517.


.08


4


,249.


.95




.05




158.


.66


341.


.34




309,


,55


9.


.65-


10


,624.


.42


124,


,42-


6


,946.


.13


746,


.13-


1,


,131.


,10


1,568.


.90


8,


,421.


,00


2,421,


.00-


3,


,172.


,95


172.


.95-


3,


,386.


,49


386.


,49-



535,061.47 20,063.53



19


,785.


.18


526.


.82




658.


.98


866.


.02









1,198.


.00




215.


.00


285.


.00









250.


.00




175,


.00


25,


.00


1


,927,


.95


72,


.05




622,


.78


377,


.22




402,


.00


48,


.00




190.


.89


59,


.11


23


,977.


.78


3,707.


.22



62



TOWN ROAD MAINTENANCE



Personnel 122,645.00

Office Supplies/Advertising 120.00

Gasoline/Diesel Fuel 25,000.00

Miscellaneous

Vehicle Supplies 5,000.00

Custodial Supplies 200.00

Uniforms /Clothing - 2,100.00

Chemicals/Road Salt 15,200.00

Traffic Signs 500.00

Asphalt 10,000.00

Drainage Pipe 20,000.00

Sand 3,000.00

Cold Patch 2,000.00

Landscaping Materials 6,000.00

New Equipment 2,000.00

Equipment Rental 7,000.00

Vehicle Maintenance 4,000.00

Radio Maintenance 500.00

Town Pier Maintenance 2,000.00
Other Professional Services 10,000.00



TOTAL


237


,265.


.00


SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL








Personnel


84


,206.


.00


Dues and Memberships








Custodial Supplies




200.


.00


Chemicals




200.


,00


Uniforms /Clothing


1


,400.


.00


Miscellaneous








Vehicle Maintenance


3


,800.


,00


Printing








Other Professional Services




500.


,00


Rubbish Disposal


160


,000.


,00


TOTAL


250


,306.


,00


STREET LIGHTS








Electricity


38


,000.


.00


HEALTH DEPARTMENT








Personnel


9


,315.


,00


Office Supplies




190,


.00


Dues /Membership




10.


.00


Meetings /Conferences




50,


.00


Mileage Reimbursement




500.


,00


Expense Reimbursement




50.


,00


Uniforms /Clothing




50.


,00


Photography Supplies




40.


,00


Prescription Drugs




400,


,00


New Equipment




100,


,00


Other Professional Services


10


,000,


.00



TOTAL



20,705.00
63



119,


,537.


,41


3,


,107.


,59




206.


,49




86.


,49-


21.


,579.


,44


3,


,420.


,56




246.


,51




246.


,51-


8


,020.


,26


3,


,020.


,26-




185.


.14




14.


,86


1


,640.


,00




460.


,00


16


,760.


,56


1


,560.


,56-




734.


,69




234.


,69-




187.


,19


9,


,812.


,81


2


,262.


,04


17


,737.


,96


1


,020.


,70


1


,979.


,30


1


,522.


,95




477.


,05




547.


,95


5


,452.


.05


1


,870.


,91




129,


,09


4


,635.


,25


2


,364,


.75


7


,410.


,84


3


,410,


.84-




780.


.00




280,


.00-




104.


,27


1


,895,


.73


3


,528.


,00


6


,472,


.00


192


,780.


,60


44


,484.


,40


87


,997.


,53


3


,791,


.53-


2


,600.


,00


2


,600,


.00-




100.


,86




99,


.14




241.


,89




41,


,89-


1


,090.


,74




309,


.26




945.


,00




945,


.00-


8


,191.


,68


4


,391,


,68-




230.


,00




230,


.00-




621.


,58




121,


.58-


155


,736.


,55


4


,263,


.45


257


,755.


,83


7


,449,


,83-


34


,948.


,76


3


,051,


.24


8


,590.


,50




724,


.50











190,


,00




10.


,00











27.


,00




23.


,00




301.


,35




198.


,65











50.


,00











50.


,00




33.


,94




6.


,06




117.


,72




282.


,28











100.


,00









10


,000.


,00


9


,080.


,51


11


,624,


,49



ANIMAL CONTROL



Personnel


9


,688.00


9


,262.17


425


.83


Office Supplies




145.00




52.51


92,


.49


Dues /Membership




50.00







50


.00


Tuition/Education




155.00







155,


.00


Advertising /Printing




170.00







170


.00


Mileage Reimbursement




50,00







50


.00


Medical Supplies /Chemicals




200.00




30.00


170


.00


Uniforms /Clothing




300.00




383.70


83


.70-


Animal Care/Disposal


3


,125.00


6


,466.00


3,341


.00-


New Equipment /Tools




225.00




314.40


89


.40-


Vehicle/Radio Maintenance




315.00




851.52


536


.52-


TOTAL


14


,423.00


17


,360.30


2,937,


.30-


MOSQUITO CONTROL














Personnel


21


,963.00


17


,898.71


4,064,


.29


Dues /Membership




50.00




70.00


20,


.00-


Meetings /Conferences




50.00




222.60


172.


.60-


Advertising









230.38


230,


.38-


Mileage/Expense Reimbursement




400.00




108.79


291.


.21


Carpentry Supplies/Tools





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