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Whittier Vocational Technical High School in Haverhill, Massachusetts.

Brown Library continued to do well by its public in 1988. Frequent
additions to the collection kept the adults well read in both the
best-sellers and other less-popular but equally interesting books. A
joint purchase, with the other Seacoast Cooperative Libraries, of
selected PBS videotapes marked the library's first venture into this
non-print format.

The Children's Room kept the youngsters busy with new books and a
lively and varied schedule. Story hours were held throughout the year,
and professional entertainers, puppeteer Beth Katz and magician B. J.
Hickman, performed during the exciting summer program. The library
once again hosted groups of children from the Seabrook Recreation
Center as part of the Rec's summer activities program. During the
season's culminating event, a bicycle donated by Zayre's was won by
Andrew Meilleur.

The library building received some much needed attention during the
year. A new furnace was installed during the heating season as the old
one completely gave up (with a bang) . The incoming water pipe was
replaced, and a small trash shed was constructed on the rear of the
building. The building's exterior was painted, its signs were
refurbished for added visibility, and its damaged chimney was repaired.

Gifts and/or help were given by many sources including, but not
limited, to: Wendy's Hamburgers, Seabrook; The Seabrook Lionesses;
Zayre Corporation, Seabrook; Seabrook Bank and Trust Company; Coca
Cola, Seabrook; DeMoulas, Seabrook; Charlotte M. Dow, Seabrook; and the
Seabrook Business and Professional Association. Additionally, several
memorial gifts of books and/or cash were received.

The Friends of the Library passed a relatively quiet year, the
highlight of which was their annual participation in Seabrook 's Old
Home Days. Along with their now traditional book sale, they held a

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raffle of baskets of food and housewares, the winner of which was Mark
Coellner of Hampton Falls. Gifts of ten magazine renewals and passes
to the Museum of Fine Arts were given to the library by the Friends.

The library and its staff maintained active memberships in various
professional organizations including: the American Library
Association, the New England Library Association, the New Hampshire
Library Association, the Seacoast Cooperative Libraries, the Seacoast
Area Integrated Library Cooperative, and the Merrimack Inter-Library
Cooperative.

Brown Library strongly encourages all to come and make use of the many
services offered. New, expanded hours are Monday, Wednesday, Friday,
12:00 - 8:00; Tuesday, Thursday, 10:00 - 6:00; Saturday, 9:00 - 1:00.
Help us make 1989 even better!



Respectfully submitted,

Charlotte K. Marshall,
Trustee



ESTABLISHED 1892



TELEPHONE 603/474-2044



BROWN LIBRARY

TH6 PUBLIC LIBRARY Of SEABROOK

636 LAFAYETTE ROAD
SEABROOK, NEW HAMPSHIRE 03874

1988 FINANCIAL REPORT



Balance January 1, 1988

RECEIPTS

Town appropriation

Interest

Copier fees

Other receipts

EXPENDITURES

Books and periodicals

Operating supplies

Postage

Grounds

Cleaning

Maintenance

Fuel

Electricity

Telephone

Insurance

Payroll, taxes, benefits

Microfilm reader machine

Emergency furnace replacement

Dennett and Dennett, auditors

Fire resistant book return cabinet

Equipment

Children's Room: special programs and supplies

Dues, meetings, mileage

Mi seel laneous

Balance December 31, 1988



83,691.00

2,929.52

1,471.00

837.34

15,411.10

2,856.21

530.98

1,395.00

2,405.00

2,075.47

944.00

1,998.13

880.68

1,291.00

47,518.11

4,975.00

3,500.00

425.00

952.75

722.40

849.06

474.46

579.84



Stanley A. Hamel , Treasurer



$ 2,021.54



88.928.86



89,884.19
$ 1,066.21



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1988 WATER DEPARTMENT REPORT

We would like to express our thanks and appreciation to Ernest D.
Janvrin, Jr. - better known as "Bish". Bish retired this year after
being employed by various town departments for many years of which the
last seventeen were with the water department. He will be greatly
missed by all, and we wish him the best as he enjoys his retirement.

There were 426,985,630 gallons of water pumped in 1988. This is a
decrease of 28,411,900 gallons over the previous year due mainly to a
decrease in outside watering and industrial-commercial use.

Commercial-industrial use decreased from 133,246,660 calions in
1987 to 123,908,170 gallons in 1988. Public Service Co., Bailey Co.
and K.J. Quinn Co. had sufficient decreases of 8.3, 4.3 and 1.0 million
gallons respectively, while Best Western Inn, with their new addition,
had a 3.0 million gallon increase.

There were 46 new services installed in 1988. Of those, 39 were
residential and 7 were industrial-commercial. The industrial-commer-
cial included industrial buildings, sub-divisions, a motor inn and a

campground.

/'

Several water leaks occurred and although most of these were oh
landowners property , we had to oversee the repair and give minor
assistance. Of the leaks repaired by the department, the largest were
found on 10" and 8" mains located on True Road and Stard Road.

Five new hydrants were installed on Ledge Road. Some difficulty
occurred in the installation because of the depth of the water main
and the build-up of the road. This resulted in the department install-
ing hydrants over 9 feet deep.

The department was responsible for overseeing the laying of mains
and services, hydrant installation, chlorinating, flushing and pressure
testing on the following projects: Kimberly Drive - a subdivision off
Farm Lane, the Golden Eagle and NH Motor Inn on New Zealand Road,
K.J. Quinn Company's new building. Protective Material's new sprinkler
line on Folly Mill Road, extension of Adams Mobile Park , Ann's Lane
off Walton Road, Spear Trucking off Railroad Avenue, Patterson Camp-
gound on Lower Collins Street and J&R Realty on Batchelder Road.

In the past year the department has been very busy marking water
mains and services throughout the town for various state projects and
upcoming sewer project.

Thunderstorms during this past summer hit our pumping stations
7 times. The damage ranged from blown fuses to a burned out transform-
er and 50 horse power electric pump motor.

Along with their routine duties, the following is a partial list
of other accomplishments: painting fire hydrants, replacing well trans-
ducers , minor repairs to pumping stations and equipment, repairs to
4 fire hydrants plus starting a large project which when finished will
check and update every water service (about 3000) in town.

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It also looks promising that a new well will be added to the
system in the near future. We resumed our test well program and
found at least one site with good possibilities. Whitman and Howard of
Wellesley, MA. will be making recommendations to the Board of Select-
men on its potential.

Even though we are working hard to find new sources of water , our
customers shouldn't take things for granted and waste this precious
resource. If everyone uses water wisely, we will probably enjoy
another year with no water ban or moratorium restrictions .

Respectively submitted



Warner B. Knowles
Water Superintendent



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TOWN OF SEABROOK WATER DEPARTMENT

Summary of Receipts, Expenditures and Proof of Balance
Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1988

WATER DEPARTMENT RECEIPTS :

Water Use $ 268,315.70
Installations 3,995.00

Sale of Materials & Other 1,440.01

Late Fees 1,520.00 Total $ 275,270.71

Interest Earned on Checking Account 1,860.09

Balance on January 1, 1988 23,494.80 Total $ 300,625.60

WATER DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES :

Total Personnel Services 5 114,801.29

Total Administrative Expenses 7,475.44

Total Supplies & Materials 66,879.68

Total Contract Services . 59,175.33 Total $ 248,331.74

Transferred to General Fund 20,054.00 Total $ 268,385.74

Total Receipts $ 300,625.60

Total Expenditures $ 268,331.74

§3lance_December_31,1988 L__322239^86

Town of Seabrook Treasurers Report - !!ater Department

Balance January 1, 1988 $ 23,494.80

Total 1988 Receipts 275,270.71

Interest Earned on Checkinq Account 1,860.09 Total $ 300,625.60

Less Payments $ 248,331.74-

Transfer to General Fund 20,054.00 Total $ 268,385.74

Balance of December 31, 1988 $ 32,239.86

Balance Arlington Trust per-statement 58,872.97
Deposits not credited 13,422.01

Less Outstanding Checks 40,055.12

§3l§0??_^s_of_Decei7iber_31,_1988 L__32, 239^36

WATER DEPARTMENT ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE

Unmetered Accounts $ 11,693.33

Metered Accounts 2,147.57

Installations 235.00

Sale of Materials & Other 1,510.94

Credit 4,000.00-

Outs.tandi.ng Balance of December 3U 1988_ _ __ _Total $ _11,586.84

Outstandfng~BaTance~of "December's! ,'1987 $ "117841769

Billings for 1988 275,385.86

Receipts for 1988 275,270.71

Abatements for 1988 370.00

Outstanding Balance of December 31, 1988 $ 11,586.84



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TOWN OF SEABROOK, NEW HAMPSHIRE
DECEMBER 31, 1989
STATEMENT OF TOWN CLERK'S ACCOUNTS FOR FISCAL YEAR



MOTOR VEHICLE PERMIT FEES: $634,619.00

MOTOR VEHICLE TITLES: 2,259.00

DOG LICENSES: 2,827.00

STATE DECAL FEES: 17,986.00

MARRIAGE FEES: 2,240.00

VITAL STATISTICS: 4,644.26

PEDDLERS FEES: 80.00

BAD CHECK FEES: 150.34

TOWN ELECTION FEES: 32.00



Respectfully submitted.




jr -^^^t^'



iZ-



ViTgi^jia L. Fowler

Town Clerk of Seabrook, NH.



$664,837.60



68



Form MS 61



Tax Collector's Report
Summary o-f Tax Accounts
Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 19S8



Ci ty /Town of : _J=J'^±'^^_



SEABROOK



DR.



Page 1/4

- (XKSSSXXSDQDGOaeS)



Uncollected Taxes — Beginning
o-f Fiscal Year: <1)

Property Taxes.

Resident Taxes. .

Land Use Change Tax . . .

Yield Taxes

Sewer Rents



1989



Levies o-f,
198S



Prior

314,988.56



Taxes Committed to Collector:

Property Taxes *

Resident Taxes

National Bank Stock
Land Use Change Tax

Yield Taxes. . T

Sewer Rents.

Other Utilities:
Jtad_Clie£k_Fees



12,053,326.00



2,918.43



80.00



idded Taxes:

Property Taxes.
Resident Taxes.



Overpayments: (2)

a/c Property Taxes. ...

a/c Resident Taxes. . . .
a/c



2,736,934.08 419.32



Interest Collected on
Delinquent Taxes...



2,259.90 16,063.44



Penalties Collected on
Resident Taxes. . . . . .



Total Debits



j.4 J_95^|18^._4j_^ ==~i4il=====



*ADJUSTED WARRANT



69



Tax Collector's Report
Form MS 61 Summary o-f Tax Accounts Paae 2/4

Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1983 - ( JSSSgCXSSpQ^Jg]^ )



City/Town Q^^ : ___SEAB^Q?K



CR.



Remitted to Treasurer During
Fiscal Year:
Property Taxes. ........ *

Resident Taxes

National Bank Stock
Land Use Change Tax

Yield Taxes

Sewer Rents

Other Utilities:
Bad Check Fees



1989



... Levi es o-f ... .
1988

.* i2i.539_,982_._56_*



Prior
315,186.



80.00



Interest on Taxes

Penalties on Resident Ta>



2,259.90



16,063.44



Discounts Allowed:



Abatements Allowed:
Property Taxes. .
Resident Taxes..

Yield Taxes

Sewer Rents



5._00
■3400'



221.00



Uncollected Taxes End o-f

Fiscal Year:

Property Taxes ,

Resident Taxes

National Bank Stock..,
Land Use Change Tax..

Yield Taxes

Sewer Rents. .........

Other Utilities:



2^250_j272.52



Total Credits



14,795,518.41



331,471.32



(1) These uncollected balances should be the same as last year's
ending balances.

(2) Overpayments should be included as part o-f regular remittance

items.



70



Form MS 61 Summary o-f Tax Sale/Tax Lien Accounts Paqe 3/4

Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1988 ( aifflaecX5KSiXXK2HS> )

Ci ty/Town o-F : __^l^3^2^

DR.

..Tax Sale/Lien on Account o-f Levies o-F...
1987 1986 Prior

Balance o-f Unredeemed Taxes

Beginning o-f F^iscal Year: *^llll?j22. *_JfZl^^

Taxes Sold /Executed to Town

During Fiscal Year: * I9.1.^J^2-1^

Subsequent Taxes Paid: '_

Interest Collected A-fter



Sale/Lien Execution:
Redemption Cost:



140.76 90.55 210.14

264.00 20.01 33.35



Total Debits 30,847.90 1,484.55 831.14



CR.



5,954.24


«


393.29


*_


587.65


404.76




110.56


" 2'2^3.Zr5'




._








Remittance to Treasurer
During Fiscal Year:
Redemptions *

Interest ?< Cost A-fter Sale



Abatements During Year

Deeded to Town During Year

Unredeemed Taxes End o-f Year l-l^-Jll^ 1^°'J^_

Unredeemed Subsequent Taxes

Unremitted Cash



Total Credits



J0^847^90^ ^ =i=iili-JJ==== =JJi=it=



71



c:oi 1



■tci»t— =■ ^ Fi:^p>cz>i — t



Form MS 61 Summary o-f Tax Sale Accounts to Other Purchasers Page 4/4
Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1988 ( OJKieQCSSSXXJaiSfflO



City /Town o-f:



SEABROOK



DR,



Levies o-f Tax Sale Accounts to Others
1987 1986 Prior

Balance o-f Unredeemed Taxes

Beginning o-f Fiscal Year: *__L.'^^^1^^_ *

Taxes sold to Others

During Fiscal Year: *

Subsequent Taxes Paid: ___'___.1._

Interest Collected A-fter

Tax Sale __i'iill.ll

Redemption Cost: ^zPJ.

Total Debits 27 423 39

CR.

Remittances to Purchasers
During Fiscal Year:

Redemptions * *_ll'i'ill.L^ *

Interest 5c Cost A-fter Sale __2jiJ0^4_8_ '

Abatements During Year

Deeded During Year

Unredeemed Taxes End o-f Year __L'-§^2.1.^_

Unredeemed Subsequent Taxes ___'___I._^

Unremitted Cash



Total Credits



27,423.39



72



TREASURER


S REPORT 1988








FROM LOCAL TAXES:












CURRENT YEAR












Property Taxes


$ 12


,539,982.56








Interest on Property Taxes




2,171.73








Yield Taxes




2,569.93








Interest on Yield Taxes




88.17


$ 12,544


812


39


PRIOR YEARS












Property Taxes




315,186.88








Interest




16,063.44








Tax Sales Redeemed




6,935.18








Interest & Costs




758.81


338


944


31


FROM STATE:












Revenue Sharing Distribution




176,004.57








Highway Block Grant Aid




70,073.97








Grant-Recreation Food Program




4,857.00








Railroad Tax




254.44








Reimbursement-Civil Defense




13,515.96








Storm Disaster-Civil Defense




610.00


265


315


94



FROM LOCAL SOURCES:

Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 634,617.00

Dog License Fees 2,827.50
Business Licenses, Permits & Filing Fees 12,056.65

Yankee Greyhound Racing 97,050.00

Building Permit Fees 5,721.00

Marriages, Deaths, CH Mort., Titles 9,143.26

Planning Board Fees 2,267.50

Board of Adjustment Fees 620.00

Sale of Decals-Fees 17,986.00

Ambulance Fees 7,597.80

Pistol Permit Fees 564.00

Sale of copies, reports, maps & books 3,209.83

Rent of To\m Property 540.00

Dump Licenses & Tickets 7,057.25

Recreation Department 8,965.65

Police Hire 9,361.20
Police-Restitution, Unlawful poss. bev. 9,483.26

Dog Fines 400.00

Police Auction 2,127.50

Parking Fines 2,570.00

Interest on Deposits 861,246.08

Sale of Cemetery Plots 5,455.00

Recoveries Town Poor 12,326.34

Misc. Receipts 4,654.69

Reimbursements 25,230.13

Cablevision Royalties 1987 4,693.91

Transfer Excess VJater Revenue 20,054.00

Payroll-Water Department 114,801.29



1,882,626.84



FROM U.S. GOVERNMENT:

Revenue Sharing 81,567.64

Grant CZM Art. 53-1986 Grassing Dunes 14,320.00

Grant CZM Art. 53-1986 Dune Restoration 20,000.00

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115,887.64



OTHER FINANCING SOURCES:

Withdrawal -Capital Reserve Mun. Bldg. 390,000.00

Interest Cemetery Trust Funds 831.79 $ 390,831.79

TOTAL RECEIPTS FROM ALL SOURCES 15,538,418.91

Balance Jan. 1, 1988 7,901,900.06

GRAND TOTALS 23,440,318.97

Less Total Payments 14,305,696.37

Balance on Hand Dec. 31, 1988 9,134,622.60

PROOF OF BALANCE

Balance as per Bank Statement (Shawmut Arlington Trust) 672,608.64
Deposits not credited 872,949.83

1,545,558.47
Less Outstanding Checks 1,091,311.68

454,246.79
Certificate of Deposits (7 Banks) 8,200,000.00

Premium Money Markets (2 Banks) 480,375.81

9,134,622.60

REVENUE SHARING SAVINGS ACCOUNT (M.M)

Balance Jan. 1, 1988 76,463.18

Receipts:

Interest earned on account 5,104.46 5,104.46

81,567.64
Payments :

Money transferred to Gen. Fund checking account for

Water Bonds as per Article //7-1988 81,567.64

Account Closed 00

WITHDRAWAL CAPITAL RESERVE FUND
MUNICIPAL BUILDING FUND

Balance Jan. 1, 1988 (Art. #29-1984 New Police Station) 91,576.80

Receipts:

Interest earned on account 1,821.64 1,821.64

93,398.44
Payments :

Manfests 82,387.88

Interest 1987 & 1988 to Gen. Fund 11,010.56

93,398.44 93,398.44

Account Closed 00

SEWER FUND

Balance Jan. 1, 1988 1,790,682.02

Receipts :

Interest earned on account 66,367.17 66,367.17

1,857,049.19



Payments :

flanifest 1,284,420.00

Interest transferred to Gen. Fund 66,367.17



74



1,350,787.17 1,350,787.17

506,262.02
Respectfully submitted,
Carol L, Perkins, Treas.



GENERAL FUND BUDGET REPORT

FISCAL YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1988

ACCOUNT TITLE TOTAL YEAR TO DATE UlvIEXPENDED

APPROPRIATION EXPENDITURES BALANCE
TOtTO OFFICER'S SALARIES

Personnel 132,729.00 129,000.10 3,728.90

TOWN OFFICES EXPENSES

Office supplies 5,900.00 3,334.18 2,565.82

Telephone 6,200.00 5,356.16 843.84

Stationery/paper 950.00 240.03 709.97

Books/subscriptions 1,525.00 1,256.06 268.94

Binding 1,630.00 1,371.70 258.30

Computer supplies 2,822.00 2,269.76 552.24

Copier supplies 1,625.00 958.07 666.93

Postage 6,800.00 5,125.47 1,674.53

Dues & Memberships 14,480.00 12,822.70 1,657.30

Tuition/education 500.00 599.50 99.50-

Maps 200.00 - 200.00

Advertising 1,550.00 2,834.99 1,284.99-

Meetings/conferences 4,410.00 1,947.84 2,462.16

Mileage reimbursement 2,250.00 1,865.93 384.07

Expense reimbursement 655.00 524.54 130.46

Miscellaneous 835.00 450.44 384.56

Food/meals 250.00 86.11 163.89

Photography supplies 185.00 43.17 141.83

New equipment 5,329.00 1,892.93 3,436.07

Equipment rental 351.00 395.00 44.00-

Equipment maintenance 2,000.00 1,887.00 113.00

Building maintenance 150.00 - 150.00

Audit services 6,800.00 7,785.00 985.00-

Data processing 8,200.00 4,255.00 3,945.00

Printing 7,950.00 5,880.10 2,069.90

Other contract services 33,300.00 19,997.75 13,302.25

Other Professional serv. 4,600.00 2,584.55 2,015.45



121,447.00 85,763.98 35,683.02

Town Meeting Budget Cut 32,620.00-



88,827.00 85,763.98 3,063.02

LEGAL SERVICES 70,000.00 112,917.44 42,917.44-

CLERKS 143,709.00 146,732.83 3,023.83-



75



ELECTIONS & REGISTRATIONS

Personnel 8,745.00 8,474.06 270.94

Office supplies 200.00 130.20 69.80

Advertising 200.00 311.06 111.06-

Mileage reimbursement 100.00 55.86 44.14

Food/meals 500.00 510.00 10.00-

Printing 62.00 62. 00-^

Other contract services 1,200.00 1,098.00 102.00

Town Meeting budget cut 76 3.00-



10,182.00 10,641.18 459.18-



CEMETERIES



Personnel 29,880.00 37,225.53 7,345.53-

Electricity 300.00 236.32 63.68

Hand tools 300.00 222.27 77.73

Signs 6,000.00 5,839.42 160.58

VJater pipe 1,500.00 239.80 1,260.20

Landscaping materials 500.00 273.87 226.13

New equipmen6 2,000.00 1,884.13 115.87

Fencing 1,000.00 39.25 960.75

Equipment maintenance 300.00 270.11 29.89

Other contract services 700.00 700.00

Town Meeting budget cut 2,962.00-



39,518.00 46,230.70 6,712.70-
TOWN HALL S OTHER BUILDINGS

Personnel 67,317.00 68,015.91 698.91-

Telephone 2 3.45 2 3.45-

Advertising 330.00 44.88 285.12

Mileage reimbursement 50.00 109.83 59.83-

Misc. contingency Fund 5,000.00 794.66 4,205.34

Natural Gas 23,875.00 16,724.72 7,150.28

Electricity 49,000.00 45,691.76 3,308.24

Electrical supplies 3,180.00 2,270.08 909.92

Plumbing supplies 975.00 51.19 923.81

Carpentery supplies 3,350.00 869.30 2,480.70

Custodial supplies 7,660.00 7,476.60 183.40

Uniforms/clothing 685.00 562.28 122.72

Food/meals 850.00 629.27 220.73

Photography supplies 300.00 81.53 218.47

Hand Tools 1,150.00 197.05 952.95

Chemicals 1,240.00 1,596.14 356.14-

Road Salt (for walkways) 150.00 150.00

Landscaping materials 4,350.00 2,451.91 1,898.09

New equipment 7,228.00 4,849.81 2,378.19

Miscellaneous 2,950.00 1,243.72 1,706.28

Painting 2,075.00 15.31 2,059.69

Equipment maintenance 6,255.00 5,006.80 1,248.20

Building maintenance 23,225.00 16,230.77 6,994.23

Grounds maintenance 5,800.00 1,784.62 4,015.38

Fuel Oil 3,000.00 3,724.40 724.40-

Medicai supplies 80.00 80.00
(cont'd)

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TOWN HALL & OTHER BUILDIIBGS


(cont 'd)










Other .contract services


5,


,500.00


4,


,589.


47


910.53


Rubbish disposal


1,


,862.00


1,


,860.


00


2.00




227,


,437.00


186,


,895.


46


40,541.54


Town Meeting budget cut


15,


,857.00-


186,


,895.


,46






211,


,580.00


24,684.54


PLANNING & ZONING














Part timet personnel


4,


,968.00


2,


,371.


,62


2,596.18


Stationery /paper




500.00








500.00


Books /subscriptions








36.


,25


36.25-


Advertising


3,


,500.00


1,


,689.


,94


1,810.06


Meetings /conferences


1


,000.00




616.


,51


383.49


Mileage reimbursement




200.00








200.00


Expense reimbursement








13.


.96


13.96-


Food /meals




700.00




314.


.43


385.57


Printing




700.00




517.


,87


182.13


Other professional serv.


6


,500.00


1


,048.


,15


5,451.85




18,


,068.00


6


,608.


,93


11,459.07


Town Meeting budget cut


1


,259.00-


6


,608,


,93






16


,809.00


10,200.07


POLICE DEPARTMENT














Personnel


725


,985.00


656


,804.


,74


69,180.26


Office supplies


11


,200.00


8


,950.


.37


2,249.63


Telephone


10


,800.00


10


,791.


.98


8.02


Stationery/paper




450.00




625.


.40


175.40-


Books /subcriptions


2


,100.00


2


,258.


.73


158.73-


Copier supplies




600.00




545.


.00


55.00


Dues /member ships




230.00




295.


.00


65.00-


Tuition/education


4


,800.00


3


,389.


.00


1,411.00


Advertising




250.00




517,


.66


267.66-


Meetings /conferences




450.00








450.00


Mileage reimbursement


2


,500.00




585.


.71


1,914.29


Expense reimbursement




450.00




424,


.72


25.28


Miscellaneous


10


,000.00


4


,890,


.32


5,109.68


Gasoline


21


,500.00


24


,129,


.30


2,629.30-


Medical supplies




200.00




4,


.99


195.01


Batteries


1


,300.00








1,300.00


Uniforms /clothing


13


,928.00


12


,196


.89


1,731.11


Food/meals




350.00




71,


.65


278.35


Photography supplies


1


,800.00


1


,677


.33


122.67


Prescription drugs




125.00








125.00


Hand tools




90.00




75


.00


15.00


New equipment


30


,850.00


34


,733,


.05


3,883.05-


Vehicle maintenance


18


,500.00


20


,276,


.33


1,776.33-


Printing


3


,200.00


2


,615,


.13


584.87


Other contract services


3


,400.00


2


,926,


.54


473.46


Other professional serv.


5


,800.00


5


,673


,65


126.35


(cont ' d)


870,


,858.00

77


794


,458,


.49


76,399.51



POLICE DEPARTMENT (cont'd )

Totals forward 870,858.00 794,458.49 76,399.51

Town Meeting budget cut 60,715.00-



POLICE HIRE

Personnel

Town Meeting budget cut



FIRE DEPARTMENT

Personnel
Office supplies
Books /subcript ions
Telephone
Computer supplies
Copier supplies
Dues /memberships
Tuition /education
Meetings /conferences
Mileage reimbursement
Expense reimbursement
Miscellaneous
Medical supplies
Uniforms /c lothing
Food/meals

Photography supplies
New equipment
Miscellaneous
Vehicle maintenance
Equipment maintenance
Fire alarm system
Other contract services
Other professional servs



Town Meeting budget cut



CIVIL DEFENSE



810,143.00


794,458.49


15,684.51


12,000.00


6,506.00


5,494.00


: 837.00-


6,506.00




11,163.00


4,657.00


526,011.00


516,911.34


9,099.66


1,400.00


719.83


680.17


500.00


309.00


191.00


3,000.00


2,807.22


192.78


500.00


120.00


380.00


500.00


425.15


74.85


500.00


385.00


115.00


2,600.00


2,872.50


272.50-


500.00


353.57


146.43


200.00


45.15


154.85


200.00


158.10


41.90


500.00


300.66


199.34


3,500.00


4,539.32


1,039.32-


4,250.00


5,953.52


1,703.52-


300.00


289.18


10.82


300.00


227.76


72.24


10,500.00


9,017.21


1,482.79


500.00


112.50


387.50


6,900.00


8,804.04


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