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Vehicle maintenancp

Equipment maintenance

Other professional services

Town meet inn budget cut



PARKS OFPARTMFNT
Personnel
Flectricity
Flectriral supplies
Plumbing supplies
Carpentry supples
Vehicle supplies



23,219 00


19,239.91


3,979 09


50 , 00


110.00


(60.00)


250.00


76.39


173,61


200.00


73.84


126,16


50,00


144.68


(94,68)


200 00


5,00


195,00


50,00


57,89


(7,89)


110,00


149.14


(39,14)


200.00


199,99


0:01


150,00


270.77


(120,77)


3,815,00


7,158,17


(3, .343, 17)


300.00


106,85


193.15


300,00


131,06


168,94


210,00


762.70


(552,70)


(1,488,00)




(1,488.00)


27,616,00


28,486.39


(870,39)


23,000,00


20,945.77


2,054,23


5,000,00


5,171.02


(171,0?)


2,450,00


773.73


1,676,27


400,00


11.43


388,57


400,00


274.83


125.17


300,00


120.56


179.44



60



MEMORIAL & OLD HOME DAYS cont'd

Postage

Electrical supplies

Carpentry supplies

Recreation supplies

Food/meals

Photography supplies

Traffic signs

Memorial supplies

Equipment rental

Other contract services

Other professional services

Town meeting budget cut



450,00


383,70


66,30


600.00


668,16


(68.16)


75,00




75,00


?,?00,00


1,561,?5


638,75


600,00


470,05


129,95


50,00


50,18


(0,18)


100.00




100,00


?,875.00


?,3?3.50


551,50


3,i?o,no


3,000,00


1?0,00


6,350,00


4,650,00


1,700.00


1,750,00


1,400,00


350.00


(961,00)




(961.00)



17,830,00



15,?17,30



2,612,70



WELFARE DEPARTMENT

Personnel

Telephone

Dues & membership

Tuition/education

Meetings & conferences

Fuel oil

Natural gas & bottled

Electricity

Gasoline

Food./meals

Prescription drugs

Building rental

Printing

Town meeting budget cut



10,185.00


12,499,76


(2,314,76)


500,00


641.85


(141,85)


15,00


25.00


(10 00)


15,00




15.00


60,00


63.00


(3,00)


3,000,00




3,000.00


500,00




500.00


1,500,00


1,845,76


(345,76)


50,00


10,60


39,40


1,500,00


499.67


1,000,33


1,000.00


192,53


807,47


7,000,00


16,256,73


(9,256,73)


25,00


5,93


19,07


(1,296.00)




(1,296,00)



24,054,



32,040,83



(7,986,83)



LIBRARY

Other professional services

Town meeting budget cut



94,574.00
(4,836,00)



89,738,





89,738,00


89,738,00


HUMAN SERVICES






Area Homemakers


3,795,00


3,795,00


Retired Senior Volunteers


1,139,00


1,139,00


Lamprey Health Care


2,372,00


2,372,00


Rock, Counseling Center


2,372,00


2,372,00


Rock, Co, Comm. Action Program


8,135,00


8,135,00


Seacoast Visiting Nurse Assoc,


10,675,00


10,675,00


Seacoast Mental Health Center


3,795,00


3,795,00


A Safe Place


1,423,00


1.423,00


Seacoast Hospice


1,139,00


1.139,00


Woman's Resource Center


1,423.00


1,423,00


Rock Co, Nutrition Program


3,321.00


3,321,00


Richie Mcfarland Child, Center


475,00


475,00



40,064,



40,064,



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PARKS DEPARTMFNT cont'd

Custodial supplies

Recreational supplies

Rfltteries

Uniforms/clothing

Hand tools

Landscaping materials

New equipment

Infield mix

Painting

Vehicle maintenance

Equipment maintenance

Ground maintenance

Radio maintenance

Other contract services

Other professional services

Town meeting budget cut



250,00


190.94


59,06


160,00


139,02


20,98


100,00




100.00


?50,00




250.00


200,00


129,55


70.45


3,000,00


2,045,84


954.16


1,000,00


578,91


421.09


2,500,00


735,00


1,765.00


200,00


106,92


93,08


300.00


310,82


(10,82)


800,00


183.42


616,58


1,500,00


1,414,29


85,71


50.00




50,00


2,500.00


891,45


1,608.55




556,45


(556.45)


(2.268,00)




(2,268.00)



42,092.



34,579.95



7,512,05



RECREATION DEPARTMENT

Personnel

Office supplies

Telephone

Rooks ?( subscriptions

Computer supplies

Copier supplies

Postage

Dues h membership

Tuition./education

Advertising

Meetings & conferences

Mileage reimbursement

Expense rei-mbursement

Vehicle supplies

Medical supplies

Recreation supplies

Uniforms./clothing

Food/meals

Photography supplies

New equipment

Equipment rental

Vehicle maintenance

Equipment maintenance

Printing

Other contract services

Othei' professional services

Town meeting budget cut



MEMORIAL S OLD HOME DAYS
Personnel
Office supplies
Copier supplies



117,464.00


121,049,20


(3,585.20)


1,490.00


1,255,47


234,53


1,572,00


1,520,20


51,80


158,00


44.00


114,00


750,00


385.18


364,82


520,00


353,30


166,70


300.00


230.35


69,65


1,035,00


784.00


251,00


505,00


245.00


260,00


650,00


452.47


197,53


560,00


339.08


220,92


500,00


516.13


(16,13)


75,00


24.06


50,94


130.00




130,00


600.00


29.90


570,10


15,597,00


10,025,02


5.571.98


145,00


196,00


(51.00)


2,800,00


2,793.41


6.59


877,00


618.64


258.36


6,408,00


1,682,83


4.725.17


10,709,00


9,071,83


1,637.17


385,00


234,75


150.25


3,390,00


3,876,52


(486.52)


350,00


135.20


214.80


2,775,00


2,400.00


375,00


4,750,00


5,056.45


(306,45)


(8,922,00)




(8,922,00)


165,573,00


163,318.99


2,254,01


406,00


476.46


(70,46)


130,00


39.00


91,00


85.00


195.00


(110,00)



62



ENCUMBERED SPECIAL ARTICLES

1983

129 Rock Well

1984

831 Eng, & Land Municipal Bldg,

»48 Sidewalks

1985

$33 Drainage-Washington Street

tf41 VHP-Purchase Land

1986

834 New Fire Station

135 Re-Appraisal Town Property

«36 Ledge Rd & Lower Collins St

855 Land Improvement-Rec,

858 Sewer Land h Plans

1987

826 Refueling Station

827 Improve Parking Lot-Rec Cent

836 Recreation Center Generator
849 Police Department Computer
1988

814 Withdraw Trust Fund-Sewer
822 Rridge-Causeway Street

837 Town Garage Facility
851 Water Improvement



14,075,75


14,075,75


0,00


500,000,00


175,918.22


324,081,78


65,000,00




65,000.00


5,000,00






19,864,00






757,50


757.50


0.00


21,069,19


15,656,21


5,412,98


9,868,06


954.15


8,913.91


15,000,46


4,336,00


10,664,46


506,262,02


450,275,10


55,986,92


68,894,53




68,894,53


19,069,50


19,069,50


0,00


7,262,-34


1,381,25


5,881,09


2,508,00


2,508.00


0.00


4,000,000,00




4,000,000,00


650,00




650.00


344,425,73


344,373.38


52,35


208,792.50


11,622,54


197,169,96


5,808,499,58


1,040,927,60


4,742,707,98



REFUNDS



59,538.47



UNCLA.SSIFIED
Payments to State



2,254,



SFARROOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL



Budget 1988-1989 bal .
Budget 1989-1990


1,241,808,00
2,945,917.00


1.241,808.00
1,679,256,20


0.00
1,266,660.80


WINNACUNNET HIGH SCHOOL
Budget 1988-1989 bal.
Budget 1989-1990


1,779,373,00
3,207,555.00


1,063,617,00
1,822,000,00


715,756,00
1,385,555,00



COUNTY TAX



1,223, 324, (



1,223,324.



0,00



63



LONG TERM DERT-PRINCIPAL

Water Bond 75,000,00 75,000,00 0,00

LONG TERM nE8T-INTFRE3T

Water Pond 28,275.00 28,275,00 0,00

INTERE.ST-TAX ANTICIPATION

Interest charge? 50,000,00 50,000,00

Town meeting budget cut (2,556,00) (2,556,00;



INSURANCE

General property & liability

Fidelity bond?

Fire AD ^

Police AD X( n

Retention fund

Ri?k mangeirtent

Public official? liability

Unernployment compensation

Workmen'? compen?ation

Health insurance

Town meeting budget cut



RETIREMENT, .SOCIAL .SECURITY
5( DFFFRRFO COMPFN.SATION
Social Security
NH Retirement System
Deferred Compensation
Town meeting budget cut



TOTAI OPERATING BUOGFTS

SPECIAL ARTICLES 1989
91? Scholarship Trust Fund
113 Old South Meeting House Imp,
«14 Update Town's Master Plan

116 Improve Eastside Adam? Ave.

117 Police Cruisers

»18 Animal Control Unit

1119 Water-Pickup & Utility Truck

»21 Park-Tractor & Rake

1t?3 Recycling Study Committee

824 .Judgement Seabrook Station



47,444,00 0,00 47,444,



100,000,00


80,514.00


19,486.00


6,970,00


10,680.00


(3,710,00)


1,693,00


1,636,80


56,20


5,781,00


4,446,00


1,335,00


5,000,00


2,094,80


2,905.20


4,000,00




4,000,00


10,000,00


7,742,00


2,258.00


14,2.35,00


13,962,37


272,63


195,105,00


175,404,55


19,700,45


253,000.00


248,049,08


4,950.92


(30,463.00)




(30,463,00)


565,321,00


544,529,60


20,791,40



90,293.00


88,932,30


1,360,70


80,000.00


90,163,55


(10,163,55)


41,767,00


38,668,86


3,098,14


(10,842,00)




(10,842 00)


201,218,00


217,764,71


(16,546,71)


4,180,506,00


4,217,002,06


(36,496 06)


4,694.00


4,693,91


0.09


18.000,00


13,850,00


4,150.00


20,000,00


597,69


19,402,31


500,00




500.00


30,000.00


29,060,58


939,42


15,000,00


14,292.00


708,00


25,500,00


25,500,00


0,00


11,000.00


11,000,00


0,00


500,00


50,00


450,00


12,500,000,00


12,500,000.00


0.00


12,625,194,00


12,599,044.18


26,149,82



64



TOWN OF SEABROOK
Long-Term Indebtedness
Statement of Debt Service Requirements





Water Bonds




7.25%




Amount of Original Issue


$1,356,000




Date of Original Issue


December 1,


1975


Principal Payable Date


December 1




Interest Payable Dates


Jime 1 and


December 1


Payable at


First National Bank of Boston


Maturities-Fiscal Year Ending


Principal Interest


December 31, 1990


$ 75,000 $


22,838


December 31, 1991


50,000


17,400


December 31, 1992


50,000


13,775


December 31, 1993


50,000


10,150


December 31, 1994


50,000


6,525


December 31, 1995


40,000


2,900



Totals $315,000 $ 73,588



65



CARRI PLODZIK SANDERSON Professional Associatio n
193 North Main Street Concord, N.H.



XNDEPENDENT AUDITOR'S REPORT



To the Meaibers of

the Board of Selectmen
Town of Seabrook
Seahrook, New Hampshire

Ve have audited the accompanying general purpose financial statements of the
Town of Seabrook and the combining and individual fund financial statements of
the Town of Seabrook as of and for the year ended December 31, 1988, as listed
in the table of contents. These financial statements are the responsibility
of the Town of Seabrook 's management. Our responsibility is to express an
opinion on these financial statements based on our audit.

We conducted our audit in accordance with generally accepted auditing
standards. Those standards require that we plan and perform the audit to
obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements are free of
material misstatement. An audit includes examining, on a test basis, evidence
supporting the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements. An audit
also includes assessing the accounting principles used and significant
estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the overall financial
statement presentation. Ve believe that our audit provides a reasonable basis
for our opinion.

As described m Note IC, the general purpose financial statements referred to
above do not include the General Fixed Asset Group of Accounts, which should
be included to conform with generally accepted accounting principles. The
amount that should be recorded in the General Fixed Asset Account Group is not
known.

In our opinion, except that omission of the General Fixed Asset Group of
Accounts results in an incomplete presentation, as explained in the above
paragraph, the general purpose financial statements referred to above present
fairly, in all material respects, the financial position of the Town of
Seabrook at December 31, 1988, and the results of its operations and the
changes in financial position of its nonexpendable trust funds for the year
then ended, in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles.
Also, in our opinion, the combining and individual fund financial statements
referred to above present fairly, in all material respects, the financial
position of each of the individual funds of the Town of Seabrook at December
31, 1988, and the results of operations of such funds and the changes in
financial position of individual nonexpendable trust funds for the year then
ended, in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles.

Our audit was made for the purpose of forming an opinion on the general
purpose financial statements taken as a whole and on the combining and
individual fund financial statements. The accompanying financial information
listed as a schedule in the table of contents is presented for purposes of
additional analysis and is not a required part of the financial statements of
the Town of Seabrook. Such information has been subjected to the auditing
procedures applied in the audit of the general purpose, combining and
individual fund financial statements and, in our opinion, is fairly stated '^^
all material respects in relation to the financial statements of each of ^-^^
respective individual funds and account groups, taken as a whole.



/^yOhcuC^^o^



March 20, 1989 CARRI PLODZIK SAMDZ^SON

Professional Associate""*



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69



1989 WATER DEPARTMENT REPORT

There were 406,196,290 gallons of water pumped in
1989. This 20,789,340 gallon decrease over the previous
year was due to the decrease in the industrial-commercial
use.

Industrial-commercial use decreased from 123,908,170
gallons in 1988 to 107,623,455 gallons in 1989. While
Public Service Company increased its use over the previous
year by approximately 9.5 million gallons, others had
decreases. Bailey Corporation and K.J. Quinn Company were
the two which had the most sufficient decreases of 23.5
million and 3.8 million gallons respectively.

There were 53 new services installed in 1989, most of
which were residential. The new industrial-commercial
services were Will-Mor Engineering, Vachon Plaza (new
line), Hoffman's Furniture, Consolidated Freight, Baert
Marine and Phantom Fireworks.

Several water leaks occurred. All were minor with
most of them occurring on the land owner or customer's
property.

Traces of tetrachloro ethylene and trichloro ethylene
were discovered in one of Route 107 rockwells. The
tracking down of the possible source of these two compounds
has been costly and time consuming. In the near future,
hopefully, a clean up effort will be underway. This will
be accomplished by the State DES and Federal EPA.

Gravel pits in the vicinity of our well fields have
given us great concern, especially with aquifer protection
and recharge. This past year we ended up in court with one
pit owner in regards to various violations. So far, court
battle has cost the Seabrook Water Department over
$60,000.00. This caused the department to go over the
appropriated budget.

Preliminary work was done to accommodate the upcoming
Route 286 bridge replacement. Two tie-in connections were
made to the American Water Works, located in Salisbury,
Massachusetts. The tie-in will be used to temporarily
service the beach area while the bridge and water main on
the bridge are being replaced. In the future, the tie-in
connections could be used by either town, for emergency
purposes only (i.e. large fires). Also, the crew installed
a 12" valve east of the bridge on Route 286. This will be
used with an existing valve on the west side to isolate the
bridge area during the construction process.



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A much needed shop and garage were completed in 1989.
This is a big improvement over our old facility, the
Sanborn School on Route 1.

Everyone knows 1989 was a bad year for rainfall.
Drought conditions existed all over New England. Many
cities and towns imposed restrictions on the uses of water,
Although our pumping levels were lower than the previous
year, we were able to supply all of our users' needs
without any restrictions. With the cooperation of
everyone, we will enjoy this precious resource without
restrictions again in 1990.

Respectfully submitted,

Warner B. Knowles
Water Superintendent


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