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beach precincts right to police its own zoning, no action
has been further taken on the issue first raised by Water
Superintendent Warner Knowles, who said he found many multi-
family dwellings at the beach, against existing zoning laws.
The Commissioners however formed a committee to go over
what could be infractions of the current zoning laws, and
that committee has been active in inspecting homes and
forming a final report. In response to Knowles action a
petition from precinct residents supporting the districts
rights to their own zoning was given to the selectmen in
April.

The Police Department officially moved out of the precinct
building in July, and the Commissioners have supported residents
requests to upgrade the precinct building by having windows
and doors repaired and by repainting the exterior, giving
the building a fresh new look for what the precinct hopes
is a new tenant. As part of the contractual agreement with
the town the building was to be put back to its original
condition, and that included the removal of underground
gas storage tanks. Also removed from the building were
cages in which stray cats were kept for brief time periods
while owners were found for them.

Problems of jet skiers on the beach continued this
year but the residents were given some relief as the Coast
Guard was more prevalent in enforcing the 100 foot off shore
law during the summer. Parking complaints were satisfied
by the installation of more no parking signs where illegal
parking was apparently taking place.

Respectfully submitted

Timothy Willis, Chairman
Patricia O'Keefe
Ted Xavier



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SEABROOK BEACH VILLAGE DISTRICT
Board of Adjustment

The Seabrook Beach Village District Board of Adjustment
meets on the third Wednesday of each month when a case
needs to be heard. They do not meet on a regular basis.

Following the annual 1989 district meeting a full
board was appointed by the Beach Commissioners for the
coming year. Appointed as follows were:

Tom Battles Acting Chairman

Charles Kaslow

Tricia O'Keefe

Bud Rathgeber

Marion Kinlock

Ted Xavier Alternate

Pat Vivenzio Alternate

Tim Willis Alternate

Meetings are held at the Warren West Memorial Building
on Route lA.

Two cases were heard during the past year. On June
21 the board held a variance hearing concerning a parcel
of land owned by Dominick Rosa at 132 Franklin Street.
Rosa proposed to extend an existing non-conforming use
into the set back another four feet by adding on to his
home. He also planned to change the roof structure from
flat to pitch. But the board, noting that an addition
could be added without making the property more non-conforming
denied the variance using the five criteria set up for
the board to follow.

A second hearing was heard on December 20 concerning
a request by Charles Preston concerning property on Route
lA West. Preston proposed putting a mini-golf course
on property owned by his father, Robert Preston. Board
member Charles Kaslow presided over the hearing. Preston
said he wanted to put in the golf course to make the area
more family oriented, and his plan included a gazebo and
landscaping. But there was alot of opposition to his
proposal from abutting residents, and many of them spoke
at the hearing.

The board denied the variance for Preston using the
five criteria questions.

Respectfully submitted

Tom Battles
Acting Chairman
Seabrook Beach Village
District Board of Adjustment



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ASSESSING DEPARTMENT



The revaluation figures were sent out in the tax forms
on February 6,1989. There was a substantial change in the
values but coupled with an adjusted tax rate the taxes did
not generally create that much of an impact. As in any
undertaking of this nature there were errors, mis-
information and other assorted types of problems. This
resulted in the filing of 335 applications for abatement
and of these 281 were granted. This follows the general
pattern of corrections involved in a revaluation process.

The corollary work for the beach properties, including
a new P. I .N. (parcel identification number) and new address
numbers has been completed, including a work over on some
of the maps. Other street numbering situations will be
done as time allows and where needed. The P.I.N, is used
as a means of promoting a more expedient and effective
office control for the properties involved.

Effective as of July our department instituted a
computer generated program which allows us to put all
properties into the computer and to change any category or
classification by virtue of making one single entry into
the system. By analyzing market conditions annually, we
should be able to pre-empt another revaluation for the
foreseeable future and at the same time have current
updated values.

Lee Dennett
Appraiser



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1989 SUMMARY INVENTORY OF VALUATK



LAND

BUILDINGS
MOBILE HOMES



190,867,650

1,586,039,150

45,960,850



Total Valuation Before Exemption Allowed

Value Credits Allowed-

(Blind, Elderly, Water and Air Pollution)
Veteran's Credit Allowed



1,822,867,650

244,038,050
43,900



Total Tax Payable

(Number of Accounts=3,380)



10,690,850



ACCOUNT
MUNICIPAL
SCHOOL
COUNTY



NET APPROPRIATION
10,690,805

6,153,472

1,223,324

TAX DOLLAR DISTRIBUTION



TAX PER $1,000
2.17
3.86
.77

6.80



COLNTt' (11.3%)




UNICIP.^ (31 -S^')



SCHOOL (56.8%



30



Fire Department

I would like to thank the department heads for all
the cooperation they gave me in 1989.

1990 is here and I am looking forward to it. With
your support, I have many projects I would like to
accomplish. I would like to thank you for your past
support in helping me to keep this department running
smoothly and safely. I feel we had a very good year.

Once again I am going to have to ask for your
support in 1990. I have submitted for the town warrant,
to be approved, two articles. I am asking for a new
ambulance to replace our older one. If we accomplish
this. In the future, we will only have to replace the
chassis and not the complete ambulance. I am also
asking for a small bucket truck to work on the fire
alarm system. Because of it's age and for safety
purposes, it had to be taken out of service. I would
appreciate your continued support on these two articles.

I have worked hard to stay within my budget this
year. I feel I did quite well considering the budget
cut and the large increased negotiated wages. However, I
had no control of these unexpected budget changes. It
is difficult to maintain the equipment and building
under these circumstances. But it was my ultimate goal,
and I did so.

In closing, I would like to remind you that I am
always at your service. I can be reached at my office,
or if I am not in my office, please feel free to call me
at my home. Again, thank you and have a safe and happy
new year.

Respectfully submitted,

Ernest B. Sanborn
Fire Chief



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FIRE REPORT



1989



Structure fire



20



Outside of structure 22

Vehicle fire 34

Tree, brush, grass 59

Refuse fire 10

Emergency Medical 125

Spill, leak-no fire 19

System malfunction 41

Power line down 3

Shorted elec. equip. 10

Search 01

Smoke scare 25



Lock out 02

Water evacuation 02

Smoke removal 04

Unauthorized burn 08

Cover assignment 11

Controlled burn 09

Malicious false 05

Assist police 01

Unintended false 21

Extrication 02

Bomb scare 01

Explosion, No fire 01



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