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$117.
$ 55,


,792
,855


LOSS-M/V THEFT
RECY-M/V THEFT


27
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$226.
$218^


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$158.
$176,


,400
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$277.
$312,


,725
,716



M/V NOTE: 34 M/V REPORTED STOLEN FROM SEABROOK

26 M/V REPORTED STOLEN FROM SEABROOK RECOVERED HERE
28 M/V STOLEN FROM OTHER AGENCIES RECOVERED HERE



ATT. M/V THEFT



U/K



U/K



TOTALS : LOSS
TOTALS : RECOVERY



$354,994
$229,508



$307,993
$286,416



$614,847
$381,226



RECY. NOTE:



NOTE:



IN THE CASE OF 3 RESOLVED ROBBERIES AND NUMEROUS
RESOLVED BURGLARIES, PROPERTY HAD BEEN "FENCED"
FOR DRUGS /MONEY PRIOR TO THE ARREST — THUS, NO
RECOVERY AMOUNT ALLOWED.

NO RECOVERY AMOUNT ALLOWED ON VEHICLES FOUND THAT
HAD BEEN BURNED.



CRIMINAL MISCHIEF



MAIL THEFT
ARSON

JUV. SEX'L. ASSAULT
JUV. ABUSE /NEGLECT
JUV. ABDUCTION
JUV. PORNOGRAPHY
JUV. SOLICITATION
ADULT ABDUCTION
ADULT SEX'L. ASSAULT
FORGERY/ BAD CHECKS
CREDIT CARD SCAMS
UNTIMELY DEATHS



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$ 46,151 12


1988


1989


U/K


24


U/K


06


22


22


23


26


U/K


02


02


02


01


03


01


02


06


09


27


33


02


08


02


04



$ 18,967 143 $ 26,562



1990
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47
02
02
02
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03
17
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SUICIDE


01


00


02


ATT. SUICIDE


01


00


02


HOMICIDE


00


00


01" DERR^


SHOOTINGS


00


03


02


ASSAULT - SIMPLE


18


43


53


ASSAULT - 1ST DEGREE


00


04


08


ASSAULT - 2ND DEGREE


GO


08


17


ARMED ROBBERY


02


02


02


STRONGARM ROBBERY


00


05


03


HOME INVASIONS


02


00


02


BOMB THREATS


02


02


03


CRIM. THREATENING


03


17


13


CRIM. TRESPASS


03


24


06"




*NOT


INCLUSIVE OF NUCLEAR


DEMONSTRATORS


HARASSMENT


04


20


21


TELEPHONE HARASSMENT


U/K


00


22


FELONS w/ FIREARMS


00


02


04


WITNESS TAMPERING


00


00


03


HIT & RUN (INJURY)


00


00


02


XiIEAPONS THEFTS


00


00


13


BANK ROBBERIES


00


00


02


LOTTERIES ~ THEFTS


00


02


06


PRODUCT TAMPERING


00


01


01


INSURANCE FRAUD (FEL.;


) 00


01


03


SCAMS


00


02


04


ILLEGAL ALIENS


07


00


03


SATANISTIC INVEST.


02


03


04


CONSPIRACY


00


00


03



This year has been both challenging and productive and we anticipate
the future expansion of this Division in order that we may offer the
citizenry of Seabrook better and more timely service.



Respectfully submitted,



Carlene M. Thompson, Sgt.
Criminal Investigations Division



PLANNING BOARD - 1990

1991 was a very busy year for the Planning Board.
We tried to maintain a schedule of two sessions a month
to be responsive to your needs and to keep pace with the
many major developments in town.

In the middle of the year our secretary resigned
(the backbone of any board) . We interviewed many good
candidates and hired Karen Anderson who is doing an
excellent job.



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As you know, Tom Morgan of Piscatqua Planning was
hired to assist us with the update of our Master Plan.
Some of the sections we worked on this year were:
housing, water resources, public utilities and existing
land use.

In 1991 we are scheduled to work on transportation
and future land use. These are very important sections,
as you can imagine, due to the impact the present
developments are now having along Rt. 1.

As you are aware, many changes have and are taking
place in Seabrook, some very controversial, some not;
from lot line changes and small businesses to a major
shopping mall. Our meetings have been lengthy and
informative and we tried to make sure you had an
opportunity to express your desires and feelings. We
hope we made good decisions.

Again this year the Board is proposing several
zoning amendments. Our intention is to make planning
more structured and the process easier to understand. We
hope you will support these articles.

Respectfully submitted,

James E. Martin
Chairman



STREET LIGHT COMMITTEE



In 1984 the Street Light Committee was dissolved
and a new one consisting of three members were
appointed. Within a short length of time, one
of the new members resigned for personal
reasons. Requests were made for a replacement,
but to no avail. Several times the request
appeared in the newspaper but there was no
response. The committee consisting of the
two members continued to evaluate applications
and made necessary recommendations traveling the
streets of the town and reporting on the street
lights that were out or malfunctioning. This
year we have also checked pole numbers on lights
that were installed. The present Board of
Selectmen decided that a third member should be
added and as a result Charles Kaslow has become
a member of the committee. Hopefully we will
continue to serve the town in an efficient
manner .

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Any resident who notices a light out in their
area should take the pole number and call the
Selectmens* Secretary at 474-3311 and report the
same .



Charles Kaslow
Marion Kinlock
E. Albert Weare



Street Light Committee



ROAD AGENT'S REPORT
January December 1990

The year began uuith a snow storm, so time lAias spent
in salting and sanding the roads. (Ylany trips were made in
hauling salt. During the year cold patch was put on the
roads to cover potholes. The regular rubbish runs LMere
made, the maintenance of vehicles, laiAinmoiAiers , plows was
done. The building was cleaned. A tool crib with shelves
and benchs was built in one of the bays.

The catch basins were cleaned and during the summer
the grass along the sides of the roads was mowed with the
farm tractor. Storage space for the spreaders was built
on the back lot. The rubbish truck had blinking yellow
lights installed, per order of the workman's Compensation
people, also rubbish employees were ordered to wear
reflective vests.

There was 325 feet of culvert installed on Perkins
Avenue. The beach rake was used at the beach to clean the
seashore. (Ylany signs were installed. Parking lines were
drawn at the parking lot. Barrels were placed on the
beach for the disposal of trash. Hot topping was done on
Pembroke Street. The work of mowing and raking was done
in the cemeteries. Some of our employees helped out with
the Old Home Day celebration. Work was done on the ramp
at River Street.

There was vandalism done to the backhoe at the dump
and also parts of the Causeway Bridge were stolen.

Three government plaques for veterans were
installed on the lots.

The environmental people have given permission for
Linn stone to be put on Cross Beach Road. The stone will
be purchased from Fremont Stone & Gravel, Lee, N.H.
Fitzgerald of Hampton, M . H . will do the grading. the work
on the road will start in the spring.



Vernon G. Dow, Road Agent
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POLLUTION CONTROL REPORT - 1990

The proposed town wide sewer system progressed
slowly in 1990, Delays in the permitting process was
the primary reason.

In March town meeting authorized an appropriation
for $120,000 for the first construction to be
undertaken on the project. This appropriation was used
to install a section for the ocean outfall pipe and a
smaller effluent pipe that will deliver waste from the
beach to the wastewater treatment plant. This aspect
of the project was undertaken at this time to avoid
greater costs in the future once the improvements to
the Route 286 bridge were completed.

The town is still awaiting action on its
application to the Army Corp of Engineers for a permit
to discharge into navigable waters and to disturb
wetlands. Construction cannot occur on the sewer
system until the permit is approve. At years end, the
town had received notice from the Corp that a public
hearing on the application had been scheduled for
February 5, 1991. If this is approved, construction
would begin in the summer or fall of 1991. The timing
of construction is dependent on the voters approval of
the financing of the project at the March annual
meeting.

Respectfully submitted.

Sewer Committee Members:

Willard F. Boyle, Chairman

Richard E. Blinn

Lydia M. Gould

Warner B. Knowles

Edward G. Maguire

Robert S. Moore

Priscilla L. Palazzo

Board of Selectmen:

Asa H. Knowles, Jr., Chairman
Elizabeth A. Thibodeau
Ivan Q. Eaton, Sr.

Steven A. Clark
Town Manger



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MOSQUITO CONTROL DEPT. REPORT 1990

Field work began on April 6th with surveillance of freshwater
sites, created by 'snow-melt' and spring rains. Treatment of
areas found to support mosquito larvae (larviciding) commenced
on April 16th. Salt marsh site surveillance and larviciding
began the week of April 30th following the monthly 'high-run'
tide that activate the mosquito breeding areas. Treatment
of fresh and salt marsh breeding sites continued throughout the
season after heavy rainfalls which reactivate these areas.

The adulticiding phase (evening spraying of the Town with the
spray truck) got underway on June 1st and continued through
Sept. 13th. Scourge(tm) adulticide (active ingredient:
Resmethrin) was sprayed using the Leco ULV 18 hp sprayer.
Adulticiding was done on 41 separate nights this year with
the east side of Town being completed 20 times and the west
side 16 times.

Adult mosquito population monitoring (required by the State)
was accomplished using 3 C.D.C. light traps (baited with CO2).
As in the past six seasons, specimens were trapped, counted
and identified. The second highest week, of mosquito counts,
since 1984, occurred the week of July 2nd. 74% of the
mosquitos trapped and identified that week were Aedes
soil ici tans , a salt marsh breeding species that were activated
a week earlier by a 12.0' 'high-run' tide. The last week of
August also found very high mosquito populations due to a
"triple whammy" of mosquito breeding: Aug. 11th rainfall of 1.5"
Aug. 20th monthly flood tide, and Aug. 25th brought 2.2" of
rain. Overall, populations were down from last year but 1990
was still the second highest since 1984.

90 greenhead fly box-traps were placed along the perimeters
of the salt marsh. The vicious-biting greenhead fly is
attracted to the shade of the trap, flies up inside and is
trapped in the screened-in section where it dies of dehydration.
Approx. 4000 or more flies are caught per trap, therefore a
conservative estimate of 360,000 flies are caught each season
in these boxes.

I would like to thank the Selectmen and Town Manager Steven
Clark for their support throughout the year.

I would also like to officially thank my two Field Assistants,
Derek Griggs and 'Mac' Larson, for the excellent work they have
done over the past two seasons.

Lee 6. Brooks
Supervisor



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1990 ANNDAL REPORT OF THE SEABROOK RECREATION COMMISSION

The members of the Seabrook Recreation Commission are:
Vernon Small, Chairman; William Moore, Jr., Vice Chairman;
Charlotte Dow, Secretary; Rosemary Eaton, Parks
Department; Asa Knowles , Selectman; Elliot Eaton and
Salvatore Rubera. The administrative staff of the
Seabrook Recreation Department are Sandra Beaudoin,
Director of Recreation and Edward Pickard, Assistant
Director.

The Recreation Commission and Staff energies during 1990,
were aimed at improving and upgrading established programs
and leisure services regularly offered to Seabrook
residents. Projects for the year included improvements to
the Center's exercise room, dead tree removal work,
installation of a fence and outdoor basketball hoop on the
Community Center's southerly property line as well as
additions to the Center's activity posters display.
Improvements in the exercise room included adding a leg
curl /extension machine. Pec Dec, 8 wall mounted workout
charts and over 100 lbs of free weights. Some plans for
1990 had to be postponed for another year, as they were
during the past 3 years due to budget cuts. But, due to
the continuous conscientious efforts on the part of the
recreation staff and volunteers, this department again
managed to provide most of the successful and favorite
activities as you will see displayed within this report.

The following indicates the daily average of people using
the Seabrook Community Center during the four sessions of
programs offered by the Recreation Department.



ACTIVITIES


JAN -MAR


APR-JUNE


JDLY-ADG


SEPT-DEC


Structured


134


99


67


89


Game room


47


23


26


29


Open Gym


56


33


23


30


Exercise Rm.


24


17


15


24


Sr.Cit. Lunch


18


18


19


20


Pee Wee Camp


-


-


18


-


Summer Camp


-


-


70


-


Tennis Crts.


-


10


9


3


Tot Lot


-


14


6


7


Guests


7


7


3


7


Daily TT


286


221

77


256


209



Below reviews the ntimber of I.D. Cards Issued since 1984:

1984 1985 1896 1987 1988 1989 1990 TOTAL
1,234 333 195 241 304 91 191 2,598

GRODPS WHO DSED THE RECREATION VAN IN 1990



Motts Basketball Team
Seabrook Elem. School
Track & Field Team
Ice Skating Trip
Summer Rec . Camp Trips



Pony League Team
Little League
Rams Football Team
Annual Ski Trip
sec Basketball Team



AVERAGE ATTENDANCE AND NUMBER OF 1990 SPECIAL EVENTS



13 Rollerskating

8 Teen Dances

9 Youth Dances
2 Sports Banquets
5 Cribbage Trnys

11 Yth/Teens Contest 8
1 Camp Parents Night
1 Yth Xmas Party

56 Basketball Games 18



28-179


1


22-112


1


69-124


1


28-225


1


16- 24


1


8- 30


1


it 110


1


275


1


18-147


1



Overnight Plus 45

Track & Field Meet 7

Egg Hunt 260

Gymkana 98

Ted Seabrooke Trny 12

Co-Sponsored BB Trny 158

Ski Trip 50

Halloween Party 300

Bicycle Rodeo 14
And more. . .



OTHER GRODPS WHO DSED OR HELD ACTIVITIES AT THE CTR . IN 90



Mott's Basketball Practice

F.O.R.S. Meetings

Boy Scout Meetings

Rams Football Booster Mtg.

Happy Sr. Meeting & Drop In

Happy Sr. Executive Meetings

Little Lg . Booster Meetings

SFSA League Meetings

Rockingham County Nutr. Prgm.

Little League Meetings

Lioness

Lions Health Clinic

Jr. Miss Seabrook Committee

Mens Basketball Lg . Meetings

F.E.M.A.

S.E.S Teachers Workshops



Seacoast Visiting Nurse
Winnacunnet High School CPR
SSEA Meetings

Women's Softball Team Mtg.
Bailey's yth Xmas Party
HYA Basketball Tourney
Foot Clinics

Town Voting & Town Meetings
Police & Dispatch Testing
OHD Committee Meetings
Church of Christ/Sleepover
Newmarket Health Clinic
Miss Seabrook Committee
Miss Seabrook Pageants
Seacoast Mental Health
And More. . .



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TYPES OF PROGRAMS OFFERED IN 1990



Pee Wee Gym

Youth Fitness

Recreation Games

Soccer Games

Tumbling

Gymnastics

Floor Hockey

Volleyball

Rams Football Team

Skiing

Camps

Hunter Safety

All Star Games

Wheel Races



Indoor Soccer

Touch Football

Wiffleball

T-Ball

Basketball

Cheer leading

Aerobics

Track & Field

Softball

Baseball

Game room

Pillow Polo

Net & Goal Games

Cribbage Tournaments



Cooking
Arts & Crafts
4H Babysit Crs
Newcomb
Sports Clinics
NYSCA Clinics
Jr. Frisbee
Pepsi Hot Shot
Fitness Month
Line Dancing
Exercise Equip
Bicycle Rodeo
Kickball



YODTH COMPETITIVE SPORTS PROGRAMS IN 1990



Youth Basketball (4 Teams)
BB Cheerleading (4 Squads)
Teen High School BB (1 Team)
Co-ed Yth Basketball (2 Teams)
L.L. Baseball (7 Teams)
Pony League (1 Team)
Youth Girls Softball (4 Teams)



Teen Girls Softball (2 Tms )
Mott's Basketball (1 Team)
Mens Baseball (1 Team)
Teen Summer Basketbal 1 ( 4 )
Track & Field (1 Team)
Youth Football ( 1 Team)
FB Cheerleading (1 Squad)



OTHER GROUPS SUPPORTED BY THE SEABROOK REC . DEPARTMENT



Little League Boosters
F.O.R.S. Activities
Miss Seabrook Pageant
Teen Basketball Boosters



Little Warriors FB Program
Rams Football Boosters
Jr. Miss Seabrook Pageant
And More. . .



SEACOAST COCA-COLA IN 1990



Seacoast Coca-Cola Bottling Co. continues to support a
number of our youth & adult programs saving the tax payers
money. During 1990, the company provided beverage
products. Cola Mugs and $1,500 in sponsorships. The
programs which were supported included film for photos
with Santa, uniforms for the Teen basketball team,
uniforms T-Shirts for the Youth basketball league, and
donation for the Miss Seabrook Contest.

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1990 SEABROOK OLD HOME DAYS

The 1990 Seabrook Old Homes Days were again a success and
filled with entertainment and fun. The 10th annual Miss
Seabrook Contest opened the Old Home Days on Thursday,
August 16th where over two hundred and fifty people
witnessed Jessica Brown being crowned as the 1990 Miss
Seabrook. On the following night Angel ika Brown was
crowned Jr. Miss Seabrook. On Saturday, August 18th over
20 local non-profit groups, town departments and others
provided food, crafts, contests, entertainment and
more. Included in the day were: field races, diaper
derby, egg throw, hula-hoop, arm wrestling, best home
made pie, musket shoot, pie eating, doll carriage
parade, decorated tricycle, corn husking, horseshoes,
cribbage, bingo, softball tournament, cow chip sweep-
stakes, Monte Carlo, pee-wee races, skillet throw,
a variety of entertainment, fireworks and more. On
Sunday, the Seabrook Lions club held a Turkey shoot as an
Old Home Days event.

Planned purchases of equipment and supplies to better
accommodate existing recreational programs offered by this
Department, were also carried out. This included items
such as a half mile hailer, video camera, more
rollerskates and more. These items help the staff and
volunteers provide more.

In conclusion, the commission and department staff, also
extends their thanks to all those who helped to maintain
and carry-out the variety of programs which were offered
during 1990.

SEABROOK RECREATION DEPARTMENT
"VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR"
RECIPIENTS

1986 1987 1988

TIM EATON DAVID PICKETT HOWARD BROWN

1989 1990

STEVE EATON RALPH MARSHALL



Respectfully Submitted,

Seabrook Recreation
Commission and Staff



THE ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT REPORT - 199

Your Zoning Board of Adjustment this past year has
had hearings on 12 cases. Two of these were annual
gravel pit renewal licenses; one was withdrawn; two
others were re-hearings on denials. One of these two
cases has been appealed to the Superior Court, and as of
this date of reporting, no court date has been
established.

Once again the board members have attended the
annual law lecture series at Philips Exeter Academy and
other special work shops dealing in mock hearings taken
from the actual New Hampshire Supreme Court cases.

Once again it is with pleasure that I make this
report to the Citizens of Seabrook.

Respectfully submitted,

James C. Falconer, Chairman
Board of Adjustment



1990 WATER DEPARTMENT REPORT

There were 434,556,858 gallons of water pumped in
1990. This 28,360,568 gallon increase over the previous
year was due to the increase in both the outside and
industrial-commercial use.

Industrial-commercial use increased from
107,623,455 gallons in 1989 to 116,034,390 gallons in
1990. While Public Service Company increased its use
over the previous year by approximately 23.7 million
gallons, many others had decreases - with Baileys and
K.J. Quinn having 6 million and 4 million gallons
respectively.

There were 30 new services installed in 1990. Of
these 11 were commercial, which included the fish co-op,
Linda Lane subdivision. Best Western Inn, and the
sprinkler service to Rockingham Fireworks, car wash,
Cristaldi, Beachway Mart, Bartlett Farm Stand, Carbone,
Driscoll Marine, and the former Point Seafood.

Several water leaks occurred. Most of them were
minor and on the land owner's property. The larger of
the leaks occurred at Cimarron Apartments, a 6" and a 2"
main at River Street.



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Four hydrants were damaged by motor vehicles and
had to be replaced: two on Stard Road, one on
Batchelder Road and the other one was on South Main
Street.

Water was re-routed through the Salisbury MA. water
mains to supply our beach for four days while
preliminary work was being accomplished at the Route
286 bridge replacement project.

Our well #3, off Ledge Road was cleaned, and pump
parts were replaced by F.G. Sullivan Drilling Company of
Lancaster ME., under the guidance and direction of
Whitman and Howard Engineering of Wellesley MA.

The crew assisted the highway department with the
installation of drainage on Perkins Avenue. In
preparation for this project we installed three new
water services and abandoning the old ones along with
the water mains they were connected with.

I would like to thank everyone for observing our
partial water ban which was imposed for the summer
months. This ban was on the outside use of water,
except between 7:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. The lack of water
wasn't the reason for this ban, it was simply the demand
exceeded our pumping capacity. The last time the water
ban was in effect was in 1981. With this in mind we
would like to caution our users about wasting water, and
to urge that the use of this precious resource be done
wisely.

Respectfully 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, 1990

WATER DEPARTMENT RECEIPTS:

Water Use $ 252,179.08

Installations 1,410.00

Sale of Materials & Other 3,146.40

Late Fees 2,015.00 Total $ 258,750.48

Interest Earned on Checking Account 1,586.59 Total $ 260,337.07

Receipts from Treasurer 56,376.73 Total $ 316,713.80

Balance on January 1, 1990 6,409.17 Total $ 323,122.97

WATER DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES:

Total Personnel Services $ 118,679.98

Total Administrative Expenses 8,348.06

Total Supplies & Materials 72,528.30

Total Contract Services 76,341.69 Total $ 275,898.03

Loan paid to General Fund 25,000.00

Payroll paid to General Fund 9,452.08

Less Abatements 1,100.49 Total $ 309,249.62

Total Receipts $ 323,122.97

Total Expenditures 309,249.62

i§laQ9§.D?cember_31i_1990 13,873^35

TOWN OF SEABROOK TREASURERS REPORT FOR THE WATER DEPARTMENT

Balance January 1, 1990 6,409.17

Total 1990 Receipts $ 258,750.48

Reimbursement 83.60

Interest Earned on Checking Account 1,586.59

Insurance Claim (Wells) 12,648.13

Taxation (Excess budget over revenues) 43,645.00 Total $ 323,122.97

Less Payments 274,797.54

Loan paid to General Fund 25.000.00

Payroll December 1989 Due GF oaid 9,452.08 Total $ 309,249.62

Balance as of December 31, 1990 13,873.35

Balance per-statement $ 61,110.48

Deposits not credited 24,147.20

Less Outstanding Checks 71,384.33

Bal_ance as of_December 3U_1990 lli^lh^^

waTer'department'accoOnTs receIvableT ""

Unmetered Accounts $ 19,603.34

Metered Accounts 6,862.17

Installations

Sale of Materials & Other 3,821.83

Late Fee 5.00

Less Credit 4,000.00

0utstanding_Balance_of_Decernber_31,_1990 L__26i292.34

Outstanding Balance of December 31, 1989 $ 14,072.77

Billings for 1990 272,080.54

Less Receipts for 1990 258,750.48

Less Abatements for 1990, inc. late fees 1,110.49

Outstanding Balance of December 31, 1990 $ 26,292.34



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AMENDMENT TO PARKING ORDINANCE

At a regular meeting of the Board of Selectmen,
for the Town of Seabrook, New Hampshire, held on June
27, 1990, the following amendment to the Seabrook
Parking Ordinance and the Code of The Town of Seabrook
was enacted. Said amendment is hereby adopted pursuant
to the power granted in the Seabrook Home Rule Charter
and the Revised Statutes of the State of New Hampshire,
as amended.

1. Amend Chapter 249-24, Schedule VI, by adding
the west side of Eisenhower Street to the
streets listed that have no parking from 1:00
a.m. on the Friday of Memorial Day weekend to
12:00 midnight September 15.

Name of Street Side Location

Eisenhower Street West Entire Length

This amendment will become effective immediately upon
passage.

Board of Selectmen



AMENDMENT TO PARKING ORDINANCE

At a regular meeting of the Board of Selectmen,
for the Town of Seabrook, New Hampshire, held on June
27, 1990, the following amendment to the Seabrook
Vehicles and Traffic Ordinance and the Code of The Town
of Seabrook was enacted. Said amendment is hereby
adopted pursuant to the power granted in the Seabrook
Home Rule Charter and the Revised Statutes of the State
of New Hampshire, as amended.

1. Amend Chapter 249-2 0, Schedule II: Speed

Limits by adding to the list Woodland Avenue
with a speed limit of twenty-five (25) miles
per hour for the entire length of the street.

Name of Street Speed Limit Location


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