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Annual Reports of the

Town of Seabrook

New Hampshire

1991





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For the Year Ending December 31st

As Compiled by the Town Officers



FRONT COVER
SEABROOK HARBOR



Photo By Steven Clark



Annual Reports
of the

Town of Seabrook

New Hampshire



For the Year Ending December 31st

1991



As Compiled by the Town Officers



DEDICATION
SUSIE JANE (JONES) FOOTE




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Susie Foote was born on November 26, 1891, on Forest
Street in Salisbury, near the Seabrook line. She rode the
electric car from her home to school in Salisbury and
later to Newburyport High School where she graduated as
The class valedictorian in 1909. She worked as a
secretary at the Towle Manufacturing Company in



Newburyport and lived in Salisbury until 1918 when she
married Lucien Wilbur Foote and moved to South Main
Street, Seabrook, where she still resides.

Women were given the right to vote in 192 and Susie
was one of the first women to register to vote in
Seabrook. She registered in September of 1920 to vote in
the primary election and she quite possibly was the first
woman to vote in the town.

On July 31, 1936, Susie was appointed to the position
of Seabrook Postmaster by President Roosevelt. She served
faithfully in that position until her retirement in 1956.

In September, 1990 Susie was honored to receive the
Boston Post Cane which is presented to the oldest citizen
of a community.

Susie and Wilbur had two sons: Lucien W. Foote
(1922-1979) and John R. Foote (1926-1991) , She has six
grandchildren: Donald Foote, Lucien Foote and Susan
Foote, all of Seabrook, Catherine Silver of South Hampton,
Patricia Heywood of Rowley and David Foote of Nashua. She
has ten great grandchildren and seven great, great
grandchildren. Other family members include a sister:
Dorothy Small, a nephew: Samuel "Barney" Small and a
niece: Lillian Dow, all of Seabrook.

Susie has enjoyed good health throughout her life.
She especially enjoyed taking daily walks until she was
well into her nineties. She has also enjoyed a lifelong
love of gardening and bird watching. She still feeds her
favorite chickadees and remembers when bluebirds and
scarlet tanagers were quite common.

Having reached the age of one hundred, Susie has seen
a great many changes. She remembers when electric cars
and trains were the way to travel. As a girl, she and her
brothers and sisters would run to the end of the driveway
to see Doctor Murphy from Amesbury drive by in his new
automobile on his way to make his house calls in Seabrook.
She remembers a time without hot and cold running water,
electricity, radio and television. She lived in a time
when everyone had a cow, . a garden, little money and life
was much simpler. At one time, she knew every resident of
Seabrook, but those days are gone too.

In recognition of her 100th birthday, the Selectmen
of the Town of Seabrook proclaimed Tuesday, November 26,
1991, "SUSIE J. FOOTE DAY" and hereby dedicate this town
report to her in appreciation of her many accomplishments,
contributions and devotion to her family, friends and
community.



CONTENTS



Assessing Department 45

Audit 103

Beach Village District 53

Board of Adjustment 61

Board of Selectmen &

Town Manager 39

Brown Memorial Library 55

Financial Report 56

Budget Proposal - 1992 Insert

Building Inspector 47

Citizens' Petition Advisory



Committee

Debt Schedule

Emergency Management

Fire Department
Ambulance
Fire Chief
Fire Prevention
Fire Report

Health Department

Housing Authority

Mosquito Control

Payroll



62
90
63

67
64
65
66

47

54

79

107



Police Department

Animal Control 76

Investigations Division 69

Police Chief 68

Prosecutor 75

Youth Services 74

Pollution Control Committee 51

Property - Town Owned 42



Recreation Commission 57

Old Home Days 60

Volunteer of the Year 61

Recycling Study Report 49

Road Agent 62

Scholarship Funds Committee 80

Statement of Appropriations

and Expenditures 91

Statement of Payments 93

Street Lighting 48

Summary of Valuation 46

Tax Collector 84

Tax Dollar Distribution 45

Town Clerk 87

Town Election Results 5

Town Meeting Minhtes 22

Town Office Hours 50

Town Officials 1

Treasurer 88

Trust Funds 106

Vital Statistics

Births 112

Deaths 118

Marriages 114

Warrant - 1992 Insert

Water Department 81
Statement of Receipts

and Expenditures 83



Welfare Department



67



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TO^^rN OF SEA BROOK
TOWN OFFICIALS 1991



TOWN MANAGER



Appointed



TOl-JN CLERK




Three


Year


Term


Virginia L. Fowler




1993






SELECTMEN & ASSESSOR




Three


Year


Term


Elizabeth A. Thibodeau


1992






Ivan Q. Eaton Sr.




1993






Asa H. Knowles Jr.




199A






TRUSTEE OF TRUST FUNDS


Three
1992


Year


Term


Bruce G. Brown






Gary K. Fowler




1993






Everett C. Strangman


Jr.


1994






TAX COLLECTOR




Three


Year


Terra


Lillian L. Knowles




199A






TREASURER




Three


Year


Term


Carol L. Perkins




1993






ROAD AGENT




One Year Te


:rm


Vernon G. Dow




1992






FIRE CHIEF




One Year Te


:rm


Jerry W. Brown




1992






Police Chief




Appointed





One Year Term



Paul J. Cronin

CONSTABLES

Melba R. Beckman-Tilton
Edward M. Cerasi
Elliot L. Eaton

MEMBERS OF PLANNING BOARD Three Year Term

James E. Martin (C) 1994
Charles A. Polito Jr. 1994
Earlene U. Locke 1992



Elizabeth A. Thibodeau
MEMBERS OF BUDGET COMMITTEE Three Year Term



Mark Eaton
William E. Cox
Debra L. McKinnev
(S)



1992
1993
1993



Roy F. Crossland
Richard Thurlow
Ivan (^^ Eaton Sr .



1993
1993
(Sel.)



Robert L. Eaton, Jr. *

Donna Smith (write-in) 1994

Paul M. Kelly 1992

Frederick L. Moulton Jr. 1992 Warren G. Crawford (Beach)

John F. Lannan 1992 Bruce C. Casassa (School)

1



BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT Appointed

William E. Kelley 199A (ALT) Roy M. Kirkpatrick 1992

Robert C. Lebold (VC) i99A (ALT) John c. Eaton 1992

James C. Falconer (C) 1993 (ALT) Mary Souther Lindsey 1992

Charles M. Kaslow 1993 5^33^ Crowley 1992

PARK COMMISSIONERS Three Year Term

Rosemary H. Eaton 1992

George W. Dow 1993

Forrest E. Carter 1994

CITIZENS PETITIONER ADVISORY COMMITTEE Appointed

James C. Falconer (VC) 1992 —

Bruce G. Brown (C) 1993

Eric N. Small 1994

TRUSTEES OF LIBRARY Three Year Tern

Eric N. Small 1992

Stanley A, Hamel 1993

Elinor P, Wawson 1994

BROWN LIBRARY



Elizabeth G» Heath (Director)

Joyce A, Fry (Library Assistant)

Anne Ferrira (Children '"s Librarian)

Suzanne Weinrech (Circulation Librarian)

Sharon Raferty (Serials & Tech. Services Librarian)

SUPERVISORS OF CHECK-LIST Six Year Term

Bruce G, Brown (C) 1992

Gary K, Fowler 1994

Richard L. Fowler 1996

MODERATOR Two Year Term

Charles H, Felch Sr. 1992

REPRESENTATIVE TO GENERAL COURT Two Year Term

District lA District 16

Charles H, Felch Sr. 1992 Frank J. Palazzo 1992
Jeffrey M, Brown 1992

BUILDING INSPECTOR & HEALTH OFFICER Appointed

Robert S, Moore

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT DIRECTOR Appointed

Norman L. Brown

CONSERVATION COMMISSION Appointed

Marilyn C. Erickson 1992 Mary C. Eaton 1993
Charles M. Kaslow (ALT) 1992 Sandra J. Preston 1993

Charles H. Felch Sr. (C) 1993 Phila Sturgis 1994

WELFAR,E AGENT Appointed

James C, Falconer



RECREATION COMMISSION



Sandra Beaudoin
Edward L. Pickard
Vernon R. Small
Rosemary Eaton

FIRE DEPARTMENT

Jerry W. Brown
David F. Downs



(Direc tor)
(Asst . Dir)
(Mem. at large)
(Park Comm)



Appointed

Salvatore Rubera (Alternate)
Charlotte M. Dow (Alternate)
Elliot L. Eaton (Mem. at lar)
Asa H. Knowles Jr (Selectman)



(Fire Chief)
(Captain)



Furmer H. Eaton Jr. (Captain)
FENCE VIEWERS

Bruce G. Brown Frederick L
STREET LIGHT COMMITTEE



Ronald M. Eaton Jr. (Captain)
Clarence G. Fowler (Captain)
Blanche Bragg-Gove (Sec)

Appointed

Moulton Jr. Warner B. Knowles

Appointed



Marion B. Kinlock

HOUSING AUTHORITY

Charles H. Felch Sr.
Frederick L. Moulton Jr.

Paul

HIGHWAY SAFETY COMMITTEE

Willard F. Boyle
Steven A. Clark

Albert E. Weare

MOSQUITO CONTROL PROGRAM

Lee G. Brooks (Supervisor)

APPRAISER

(Resigned)





E. Albert Weare
Charles K, Kaslow
Appointed




1996


Frank J. Palazzo


199A


1996


Joseph X. O'Neil


1993


Kelley


1992

Appointed





Lee Dennett

SEABROOK BEACH COMMISSIONERS



Edmund F. Xavier, Jr.
Edward Maguire
John Lannan

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT

Thomas E. Battles
Mary J. Elliott
John Lannan
Louis E. Janos

* Removed from office
', Resigned



(Chairman)

(Moderator)

(Treasurer)

(Beach)

(C)



Paul J. Cronin
Vernon G. Dow

Appointed



Appointed
Robert F.



Ouinn (AoDointed^



Ann 0' Sullivan CClerk)
Patricia M, O'Ke^fe '•
Timothy F, Willis
Warren G. Crawford

Patricia M, O'Keefe !

Mary P, Vivenzio

Timothy F. Willis (Alter)



TOWN ELECTION MARCH 12, 1991

Meeting called to order by Moderator, Charles H. Felch Sr. at 10 AM.

Warrants from Town, Seabrook Elementary and Winncunnet High School read
by Moderator.

Ballot Boxes inspected by ballot clerks and election workers, and
declared free of any foreign materials.

Absentee Ballots were opened at 1 PM. by Moderator, Charles H. Felch Sr.
and Town Clerk, Virginia L. Fowler. Absentee ballots opened at 1 PM.
completed at 2:35 PM.

Polls declared closed by Moderator at 7 PM. after asking if their was
anyone else in the building that would like to vote.

Counting of ballots started at 7 PM. Counting completed at 1:30 AM.



Total number of voters on Check-list
Total number of ballots printed
TOTAL NUMBER OF VOTES CAST



4954
5025
1961



ELECTION WORKERS



Arthur E. Wicklund, Asst. Mod,

Dorothea Adams

Bruce G. Brown II

Cynthia L. Brown

Robert Brown

Sandra Brown

Virginia Brown

Charlotte Dow

Alice Eaton

Faye Eaton

Christine Felch

Gary Fowler

June Fowler

Blanche Gove-Bragg

Robin Hardware

Carol Hebert

Gertrude Humphrey

Frank Hunt

Marion Kinlock

Sherry Knowles

Charlotte Marshall

Debra Perkins

Margaret Weare



James E. Champoux , Asst. Mod,

Minabell Bowden

Margaret Campanella

Claire Champoux

Mary Crawford

Robert Crawford

Francis Defrates

Constance DeMarco

Carmello DiBartolomeo

Mary Elliot

James Falconer

Jacqueline Fushpanski

Diane Garand

Betty Jane Janvrin

Donna Janvrin

Joanne Lowe

Dorothea Nicholson

Patricia O'Keefe

Sandra Strangman

Phila Sturgis

David Thibodeau

Jeffrey Thibodeau

Margaret Wetherington



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TOWN OF SEABROOK

RESULTS OF TOWN ELECTION

MARCH 12, 1991

TOTAL NUMBER OF VOTES CAST 1961

VOTES
SELECTMEN & ASSESSOR

Maxie D. Brown 313

James S. Eaton 208

Asa H. Knowles Jr 462

Earlene U. Locke 201

Burwell E. Pike 377

Charles A. Polito Jr 254

Cora E. Stockbridge 139

TAX COLLECTOR

Lillian L. Knowles 1561

FIRE CHIEF

Jerry W. Brown 1143

Ernest B. Sanborn 774

ROAD AGENT

Michael A. Brown 549

Vernon G. Dow 854

Jerry M. Rowe. . 427

TRUSTEE OF TRUST FUNDS

Everett C. Strangman Jr 1220

PARK COMMISSIONER

Clyde O. Brown 575

Forrest E- Carter 656

Richard L. Fowler 162

Louis A. Mills Jr 468

MEMBER OF PLANNING BOARD

Charles M. Kaslow 502

James E. Martin 778

Charles A. Polito Jr 914

MEMBER OF BUDGET COMMITTEE

Robert L. Eaton Jr 93 5

Donna L. Smith (write-in) 92

TRUSTEE OF LIBRARY

Eric N. Small 1479

TRUSTEE OF LIBRARY

Stanley A. Hamel 1199

Walter N. Smith 391

TRUSTEE OF LIBRARY

Elinor P. Mawson 935

Gwendolyn P. Moonoogian 558

CONSTABLES

Melba Beckman-Tilton - 881

Edward M- Cerasi 711

Elliot L. Eaton 619

Jason A. Janvrin 365

John L- Randall 526

Jerry M. Rowe 587

Janet C. Dow 441



Article 2: Are you in favor of the adoption of amendment number 1
as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town Zoning Ordinance as
follows?

1- To amend Section 263-3 of the Seabrook Zoning Ordinance,
"Definitions", by adding the following:

COMMERCIAL ENTERTAINMENT - means any show or display,
whether live, by film or by other means of presentation, which is
provided in exchange for value received or pledged. Commercial
entertainment does not include the dissemination of material which
is obscene, as those terms are defined by Chapter 650 of the
Revised Statutes Annotated of New Hampshire.

COMMERCIAL RECREATION means any game or amusement which is
provided in exchange for value received or pledged. Such game or
amusement shall not necessarily require any skill on the part of
any participant. Commercial recreation shall not include the
dissemination of any material which is obscene, as those terms are
defined by Chapter 650 of the Revised Statutes Annotated of New
Hampshire.

COMMERCIAL AMUSEMENTS - means any game or amusement which is
provided in exchange for value received or pledged. Such game or
amusement shall not necessarily require any skill on the part of
the participant. Commercial amusements shall not include the
dissemination of any material which is obscene, as those terms are
defined by Chapter 650 of the Revised Statutes Annotated of New
Hampshire.

(Recommended by the Planning Board)
(On the Official Ballot)

YES 870 NO 642

Article 3: Are you in favor of the adoption of amendment number
2 as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town Zoning Ordinance as
follows?

2. To simend Article VII, Section 263-53 of the Seabrook
Zoning Ordinance, by deleting that section as it is presently
stated and replacing it with the following:

263-53 Sign Ordinance

No sign shall be erected without a sign permit issued by the
Building Inspector. Said permit will be dated by the Building
Inspector. All signs shall adhere to the minimum recjuirement set
forth in Table 3 below:

Table 3

SIGNS

Zoning Districts





1 & 2R


2 & 3


4 & 5


1. Maximum Cumulative Area (sq. ft.)
of all free standing signs .


16


150





2. Maximum area of all roof signs.





32





3. Maximum number of free standing
signs per lot.


1


2






4. Maximum number of roof signs'
per business.

5. Height of sign (aibove grade).

Maximum
Minimiun

6 . Setback from lot line and/or
edge of pavement.



15'
6*

10'



35'
6'

10'



Not withstanding the above, in addition to the signage that is
normally permitted in Table 3, each lot shall be allowed without a
sign permit:

1. Entrance and Exit signs less than 3 square feet per side
and less than 3 feet above grade.

2. One temporary real estate sign, one temporary
contractor's sign and one temporary yard sale sign. Temporary
signs may be posted for not longer than sixty consecutive days and
no more than one hundred and twenty-five days in any calendar
year.

3. Wall signs up to a maximum of 10% of the wall surface.

4. Temporary political signs which may be posted for not
longer than ninety consecutive days and no more than one hundred
and eighty days in any calendar year.



lot)



5. Roadside produce signs (not to exceed 30 square feet per



6. One temporary sign per business that is less than 3 feet
in height and 6 3C[uare feet in area. Temporary signs are allowed
for a maximum of 30 days per calendar year.

7. Municipal signs.

The following signs are PROHIBITED in the Town of Seabrook:

A. Animated, moving, flashing, intensely lighted signs and
signs that emit audible sounds, noises or visible matter.

B. Non-Accessory signs and bill boards.

C. Signs painted on or attached to a vehicle or trailer
parked on the property for the purpose of providing advertisement
of products or directing people or a business or activity located
on the property. The purpose of the placement of such signs shall
be determined by an objective analysis of the placement of the
vehicle on the property, the times the vehicle bearing signs is
parked on the property and other related factors. This section is
not intended to prohibit any signage on vehicles used on the
street or highway for businesses on the property.

D. Signs that block the view of any traffic, street sign or
traffic signal.

E. Signs which bear or contain statements, words, or
pictures which constitute the dissemination of any material which
is obscene as those terms are defined by Chapter 650 of the
Revised Statutes Annotated of New Hampshire.



F. Roof signs made of combustible material.

G. Non-conforming signs in place prior to this ordinance
may not be altered or repaired,

DEFINITIONS

SIGN; Any device, structure, banner, fixture or placard using
graphics, symbols, and/or written copy desiqned specifically for
the purpose of advertising or identifying any estalDlishments
product, goods, service or activity.

FREE STANDING SIGN; A sign supported by poles or braces that are
permanently attached in the ground or attached to something buried
in the ground and not supported by any building or structure.

TEMPORARY SIGN A sign not intended for long term use and that is
not permanently attached to the ground.

WALL SIGN; A sign painted on or attached to and erected parallel
to the outside wall of any building.

ROOF SIGN; A sign erected over or on the roof of any building.

NON ACCESSORY SIGNS & BILL BOARDS; Any sign that does not
advertise the name, address, business or products of the site on
which it is located.

NON-CONFORMING SIGNS; Any signs that predate this ordinance and
do not comply with the guidelines set forth herein.

(Recommended by the Planning Board)
(On the Official Ballot)

YES 892 NO 536

Article 4: On petition of Charles H. Felch, Sr., and thirty-four
(34) other legal voters of the town; To see what action the town will
take on the following;

3. To amend Section 263-5 of the zoning ordinance and the
official zoning map of the Town of Seabrook by including the following:

Zone 2 shall be confined to those areas within 500 feet of
Lafayette Road, or to the rear lot line of any lots now existing,
which abuts Lafayette Road, with the exception of those areas now
in Zone 3 and all other areas of Zone 2 shall remain the same.

(Recommended by the Planning Board)
(On the Official Ballot)

YES 978 NO. 485 ^

Article 5: On petition of Rob T. Brown and thirty-two (32)
other legal voters of the town: To see what action the town will take
on the following; We the undersigned legal voters of the Town of
Seabrook, New Hampshire, petition to amend Chapter 263-5 of the Seabrook
Zoning Ordinance to include a "Zone 6" and "Zone 7" and to amend Section
263-65 by adding the following ordinance;

4. An ordinance cimending the Town of Seabrook Zoning Ordinance by
dispersing sexually oriented businesses and limiting them to a specified
zoning district; providing for licensing and regulation of sexually
oriented businesses; and creating two additional zoning classifications
to be known as "zone 6" and "zone 7".



Pursuant to the authority granted by the Constitution and General
Court of the State of New Hampshire, BE IT ENACTED BY THE TOWN OF
SEABROOK OF ROCKINGHAM COUNTY, NEW HAMPSHIRE:

SECTION I. Purpose and Intent.

It is the purpose of this ordinance to regulate sexually oriented
businesses to promote the health, safety, morals, and general welfare of
the citizens of the Town, and to establish reasonable and uniform
regulations to prevent the continued deleterious location and
concentration of sexually oriented businesses within the Town. The
provisions of this ordinance have neither the purpose nor effect of
imposing a limitation or restriction on the content of any communicative
materials, including sexually oriented materials. Similarly, it is not
the intent nor effect of this ordinance to restrict or deny access by
adults to sexually oriented materials protected by the First Amendment,
or to deny access by the distributors and exhibitors of sexually
oriented entertainment to their intended market. Neither is it the
intent nor effect of this ordinance to condone or legitimize the
distribution of obscene material.

SECTION II. Definitions.

(1) ADULT ARCADE means any place to which the public is permitted
or invited wherein coin-operated or slug-operated or
electronically, electrically, or mechanically controlled still or
motion picture machines, projectors, or other image-producing
devices are maintained to show images to five or fewer persons per
machine at any one time, and where the images so displayed are
distinguished or characterized by the depicting or describing of
"specified sexual activities" or "specified anatomical areas."

(2) ADULT BOOKSTORE or ADULT VIDEO STORE means a , commercial
establishment which, as one of its principal business purposes,
offers for sale or rental for any form of consideration any one or
more of the following:

(A) books, magazines, periodicals or other printed matter,
or photographs, films, motion pictures, video cassettes or
video reproductions, slides, or other visual representations
which depict or describe "specified sexual activities" or
specified anatomical areas"; or

(B) instruments, devices, or paraphernalia which are
designed for use in connection with "specified sexual
activities". A commercial establishment may have other
principal business purposes that do not involve the offering
for sale or rental of material depicting or describing
"specified sexual activities" or "specified anatomical
areas" and still be categorized as ADULT BOOKSTORE or ADULT
VIDEO STORE. Such other business purposes will not serve to
exempt such commercial establishments from being categorized
as an ADULT BOOKSTORE or ADULT VIDEO STORE so long as one of
its principal business purposes is the offering for sale or
rental for consideration the specified materials which
depict or describe "specified sexual activities" or
"specified anatomical areas."

(3) ADULT CABARET means a nightclub, bar, restaurant or similar
commercial establishment which regularly features:

(A) persons who appear in a state of nudity, or

(B) live performances which are characterized by the
exposure of "specified anatomical areas" or by "specified
sexual activities"; or



(C) films, motion pictures, video cassettes, slides, or
other photographic reproductions which are characterized by
the depiction or description of "specified sexual
activities" or "specified anatomical areas."

(4) ADULT MOTEL means a hotel, motel or similar commercial
establishment which:

(A) offers accommodations to the public for any form of
consideration; provides patrons with closed-circuit
television transmissions, films, motion pictures, video
cassettes, slides, or other photographic reproductions which
are characterized by the depiction or descriptions of
"specified sexual activities" or "specified anatomical
areas"; and has a sign visible from the public right-of-way
which advertises the availability of this adult type of
photographic reproductions; or

(B) offers a sleeping room for rent for a period of time
that is less than ten (10) hours; or

(C) allows a tenant or occupant of a sleeping room to
subrent the room for a period of time that is less than ten
(10) hours.

(5) ADULT MOTION PICTURE THEATER means a commercial establishment
where, for any form of consideration, films, motion pictures,
video cassettes, slides, or similar photographic reproductions are
regularly shown which are characterized by the depiction or
description of "specified sexual activities" or specified
anatomical areas".

(6) ADULT THEATER means a theater, concert hall, auditorium, or
similar commercial establishment which regularly features persons
who appear in a state of nudity or live performance."' which are
characterized by the exposure of "specified anatomical areas" or
"specified sexual activities".

(7) ESCORT means a person who, for consideration, agrees or
offers to act as a companion, guide, or date for another person,
or who agrees or offers to privately model lingerie or to
privately perform a striptease for another person.

(8) ESCORT AGENCY means a person or business association who
furnishes, offers to furnish, or advertises to furnish escorts as
one of its primary business purposes for a fee, tip, or other
consideration.

(9) ESTABLISHMENT means and includes any of the following:

(A) the opening or commencement of any sexually oriented
business as a new business;

(B) the conversion of an existing business, whether or not
a sexually oriented business, to any sexually oriented
business;

(C) the additions of any sexually oriented business to any


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