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Chemicals
New equipment
Vehicle maintenance
Radio maintenance
Printing



CONSERVATION COMMISSION

Office Supplies

Stat i onery/ paper

Books & subscriptions

Dues & membership

Advertising

Meetings & conferences

Mileage reimbursement

Expense reimbursement

Food/meals

Photography supplies

New equipment

Other professional services



MOSQUITO CONTROL

Personnel

Dues & membership

Advertising

Meeting & conferences

Mileage reimbursement

Expense reimbursement

Carpentry supplies

Batteries

Uniforms/clothing

Hand tools

Chemicals

Vehicle maintenance

Equipment maintenance

Other professional services



15,397.00


14,189.99


1,207.01


145.00


106.18


38.82


40.00




40.00


800.00




800.00


100.00




100.00


50.00




50.00


100.00


98.55


1.45


550.00


249.50


300.50


100.00




100.00


375.00


149.85


225.15


4,000.00


3,381.50


618.50


100.00


86.19


13.81


1,000.00


1,028.40


(28.40)


800.00


1,049.18


(249.18)


200.00


224.00


(24.00)


100.00


121.75


(21.75)


23,857.00


20,685.09


3,171.91


50.00




50.00


50.00




50.00


90.00




90.00


300.00


300.00


0.00


35.00




35.00


200.00




200.00


70.00




70.00


75.00




75.00


300.00




300.00


200.00




200.00


125.00




125.00


100.00




100.00


. 1,595.00


300.00


1,295.00


24,817.00


23,652.97


1,164.03


70.00


50.00


20.00


150.00




150.00


100.00


60.00


40.00


125.00


24.75


100.25


150.00


135.43


14.57


100.00


147.99


(47.99)


110.00


95.54


14.46


390.00


269.96


120.04


150.00


218.41


(68.41)


7,912.00


6,824.39


1,087.61


300.00


387.35


(87.35)


300.00


12.10


287.90


400.00


192.50


207.50


35,074.00


32,071.39


3,002.61



98



PARKS DEPARTMENT

Personnel

Electricity

Electrical supplies

Plumbing supplies

Carpentry supplies

Vehicle supplies

Custodial supplies

Recreational supplies

Batteries

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



RECREATION DEPARTMENT

Personnel

Office supplies

Telephone

Books & subscriptions

Computer supplies

Copier supplies

Postage

Dues & membership

Tui t i on/educat i on

Advertising

Meetings & conferences

Mileage reimbursement

Expense reimbursement

Vehicle supplies

Medical supplies

Recreation supplies

Uni f orms/c I oth i ng

Food/meals

Photography supplies

New equipment

Equipment rental

Vehicle maintenance

Equipment maintenance

Printing

Other contract services

Other professional services

Admission fees



27,000.00


31,773.75


5,000.00


4,981.01


2,600.00


1,497.15


800.00


265.58


800.00


555.52


500.00


97.95


250.00


234.85


2,050.00


1,858.70


375.00




450.00


304.99


650.00


206.59


3,500.00


2,654.62


1,000.00


1,263.08


2,500.00


1,900.50


500.00


393.80


800.00


331.93


475.00


303.39


2,000.00


2,248.36


850.00


718.94


3,700.00


3,718.00


750.00


891.51


56,550.00


56,200.22


142,592.00


144,112.25


1,500.00


1,759.22


1,550.00


1,477.07


204.00


163.15


353.00


345.52


465.00


317.47


300.00


397.96


1,175.00


1,510.00


585.00


372.00


400.00


190.50


450.00


469.75


500.00


431.91


75.00


49.77


130.00




600.00


573.21


15,977.00


15,715.42


548.00


437.00


3,800.00


3,446.07


623.00


449.96


4,118.00


4,330.83


10,574.00


8,226.61


325.00


115.95


3,882.00


1,767.13


300.00


45.50


8,775.00


4,962.50


6,550.00


6,075.00


968.00


1,278.00


207,319.00


199,019.75


99





1



(4,773.75)
18.99

,102.85
534.42
244.48
402.05
15.15
191.30
375.00
145.01
443.41
845.38

(263.08)
599.50
106.20
468.07
171.61

(248.36)
131.06
(18.00)

(141.51)

349.78



(1,520.25)

(259.22)

72.93

40.85

7.48

147.53

(97.96)

(335.00)

213.00

209.50

(19.75)

68.09

25.23

130.00

26.79

261.58

111.00

353.95

173.04

(212.83)

2,347.39

209.05

2,114.87

254.50

3,812.50

475.00

(310.00)

8,299.25



MEMORIAL & OLD HOME DAYS

Personnel

Office supplies

Postage

Electrical supplies

Carpentry supplies

Recreation supplies

Food/meals

Photography supplies

Memorial supplies

Equipment rental

Printing

Other contract services

Other professional services



WELFARE DEPARTMENT

Personnel

Telephone

Dues & membership

Meetings & conferences

Fuel oil

Natural gas & bottled

Electricity

Gasoline

Food/meals

Prescription drugs

Building rental



LIBRARY

HUMAN SERVICES

Area Homemakers

Red cross

Retired Senior Volunteers

Lamprey Health Care

Rock. Counseling Center

Rock. Co. Comm. Action Program

Seacoast Visiting Nurse Assoc.

Seacoast Mental Health Center

A Safe Place

Seacoast Hospice

Woman's Resource Center

Rock Co. Nutrition Program

Richie McFarland Children



LONG TERM DEBT-PRINCIPAL
Water Bond



459.00


458.41


0.59


130.00


138.60


(8.60)


450.00


430.34


19.66


600.00




600.00


100.00


128.00


(28.00)


1,874.00


1,904.21


(30.21)


600.00


1,623.47


(1,023.47)


60.00


157.68


(97.68)


3,025.00


3,189.00


(164.00)


3,295.00


3,298.94


(3.94)


230.00


250.00


(20.00)


7,300.00


5,950.00


1,350.00


2,000.00


918.00


1,082.00


20,123.00


18,446.65


1,676.35


13,571.00


13,752.60


(181.60)


650.00


661.45


(11.45)


25.00


25.00


0.00


60.00


60.00


0.00


4,000.00


212.90


3,787.10


1,000.00


1,027.46


(27.46)


4,000.00


4,748.64


(748.64)


100.00


14.25


85.75


1,500.00


911.67


588.33


1,500.00


699.74


800.26


25,000.00


41,017.90


(16,017.90)


51,406.00


63,131.61


(11,725.61)


117,456.00


117,456.00


0.00


3,795.00


3,795.00


0.00


300.00




300.00


1,300.00


1,300.00


0.00


2,600.00


2,600.00


0.00


2,610.00


2,610.00


0.00


12,930.00


12,930.00


0.00


13,277.00


13,277.00


0.00


3,795.00


3,795.00


0.00


1,423.00


1,423.00


0.00


1,139.00


1,139.00


0.00


1,408.00


1,408.00


0.00


3,321.00


3,321.00


0.00


1,000.00


1,000.00




48,898.00


48,598.00


300.00


50,000.00


50,000.00


0.00



100



LONG TERM DEBT- INTEREST
Water Bond



17,400.00



17,400.00



0.00



INTEREST-TAX ANTICIPATION
Interest charges



50.000.00



50,000.00



INSURANCE

General property & liability

Fidelity bonds

Retention fund

Risk mangement

Public officials liability

Unemployment compensation

Workmen's compensation

Health insurance



99,785.00

11,113.00

4,000.00

4,000.00

7,000.00

21,367.00

269,315.00

346,081.00

762,661.00



119,128.00

10,325.00

4.361.00

5,581.00

19,581.29

223,978.60

336,297.22

719,252.11



(19,343.00)

788.00

(361.00)

4,000.00

1,419.00

1,785.71

45,336.40

9,783.78

43,408.89



RETIREMENT, SOCIAL SECURITY
& DEFERRED COMPENSATION
Social Security
NH Retirement System
Deferred Compensation



TOTAL OPERATING BUDGETS

SPECIAL ARTICLES 1991

#9 Sewer bond

#10 Sewer

#17 Elderly Housing

#23 SSEA Contract (3/31/91)

#24 SSEA Contract (3/31/92)

#28 Old Fire Station - CAP

#29 Town Pier - River St.

#30 Water - Gruhn Clean-Up

#32 Police Cruisers (3)

#33 Police Guns

#34 Police Van

#37 Fire Alarm System

#38 Fire Chief's Vehicle

#40 Fire - Turnout Gear

#41 Water 3/4 Ton Truck

#42 Water Dept. Well Site

#43 Water Tank Painting

#44 Highway - Loader

#45 Highway - Spreader/plow

#46 Parks - Tractor

#50 Drug Task Force

#51 Library-Plan & Eng.

#55 Cross Roads Shelter

#56 Concession Std/Loudspk



104,679.00


104,818.70


(139.70)


137,159.00


100,437.77


36,721.23


48,921.00


47,401.72


1,519.28


290,759.00


252,658.19


38,100.81


5,326,783.00


4,977,845.89


348,937.11


28,000,000.00




28,000,000.00


9,000,000.00


104,721.81


8,895,278.19


1,700,000.00


1,700,000.00


0.00


7,133.00


7,133.00


0.00


8,999.00


8,999.00


0.00


5,000.00


5,000.00


0.00


80,000.00


4,250.00


75,750.00


184,000.00


32,102.90


151,897.10


43,113.00


43,105.80


7.20


20,280.00


20,280.00


0.00


18,550.00


18,449.98


100.02


20,000.00


11,986.00


8,014.00


17,500.00


17,500.00


0.00


14,173.00


14,173.60


(0.60)


17,000.00


14,890.58


2,109.42


265,000.00


265,000.00


0.00


175,000.00


135,355.07


39,644.93


21,000.00


21,000.00


0.00


10,000.00


9,879.00


121.00


6,900.00


6,869.00


31.00


25,000.00


22,952.60


2,047.40


65,000.00


16,495.01


48,504.99


2,500.00


2,500.00


0.00


5,000.00


5,000.00


0.00


39,711,148.00


2,487,643.35


37,223,504.65



101



ENCUMBERED SPECIAL ARTICLES

198A

#31 Eng. & Land Municipal Bldg.

#A8 Sidewalks

1985

#33 Drainage-Washington Street

1986

#36 Ledge Rd & Lower Collins St

#55 Land Improvement-Rec.

#58 Sewer Land & Plans

1988

#14 Withdraw Trust Fund-Sewer

#22 Bridge-Causeway Street

#51 Water Improvement

1989

#14 Update Town's Master Plan

#16 Improve East Side Adams Ave.

#23 Recyling Study Committee

1990

#30 DPW Building Furnace

#31 Ambulance- Fire Dept.

#32 Bucket Truck- Fire Dept.

#34 Water-Rt 286 Bridge

#37 Town's Master Plan

#38 Ledge Road Improvements

#43 Old South Meeting House

#45 Police Drug Task Force

#46 Cain's Brook Dam

#47 Cain's Brook Eng. Study



REFUNDS



161,928.21


161,928.14


0.07


65,000.00




65,000.00


4,678.00




4,678.00


8,846.11


5,021.09


3,825.02


10,664.46




10,664.46


55,987.00


55,987.00


0.00


4,000,000.00




4,000,000.00


650.00




650.00


197,169.96




197,169.96


4,639.93


4,639.93


0.00


500.00




500.00


315.00




315.00


699.86


699.86


0.00


68,000.00


67,842.50


157.50


38,000.00


37,987.00


13.00


14,423.86


1,492.00


12,931.86


5,000.00


2,560.07


2,439.93


25,697.60


10,500.00


15,197.60


825.00


520.00


305.00


3,036.29


3,036.29


0.00


28,300.00




28,300.00


10,000.00




10,000.00


4,704,361.28


352,213.88
62,802.96


4,352,147.40



UNCLASSIFIED
Payments to State



4.276.50



SEABROOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Budget 1990-1991 bal.
Budget 1991-1992



1,421,926.38
3,319,361.00



1,421,926.38
1,712,676.80



0.00
1,606,684.20



WINNACUNNET HIGH SCHOOL
Budget 1990-1991 bal.
Budget 1991-1992



1,157,472.00
3,226,951.00



1,157,472.00
1,576,000.00



0.00
1,650,951.00



COUNTY TAX



3,280,918.00



3,280,918.00



0.00



102



Plodzxlc Sc Sand-er-son l>r-of ess±c3ixaa. Ajssoo±aLt:±on

193 North Main Street Ccfncord, N.H. 03301 (603)225-69%



INDEPENDENT AUDITOR'S REPORT ON FINANCIAL PRESENTATION



To the Members of the

Board of Selectmen and Town Manager
Town of Seabrook
Seabrook, New Hampshire

Ve have audited the accompanying general purpose financial statements and the
combining and individual fund financial statements of the Town of Seabrook as
of and for the year ended December 31, 1990, as listed in the table of
contents. These financial statements are the responsibility of the Town'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. We believe that our audit provides a reasonable basis
for our opinion.

As described in Note IB, the general purpose financial statements referred to
above do not include the General Fixed Asset Account Group, 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 Account Group
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 as of
December 31, 1990, and the results of its operations (and cash flows of
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 as of December 31, 1990, and the results of operations of such
funds for the year then ended in conformity with generally accepted accounting
principles.

February 15, 1991 v_r/v»j:/**-^>.,^ ^5..j-*<«oi^!t^>o




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1991 GROSS WAGES



NAME



YTD wage:s



ADAMS f DOROTHEA

AESCHLT.MAN, CHRISTOPHEF< D

ANDERSON, KAREN M

AYLWARD, ANN MARIE

BAILLARGEONt JEFFREY J

BAKER, ROBERT

BARSON, MARK

BEAUDOIN, SANDRA L

BECKMAN-TILTON, MELBA

BECKMAN , EDGAR

BECKMAN, RICHARD P

BECKMAN, ROB IE M

BEDELL, DANA M

BEDELL, DANA M

BENSON, SANDRA L

BERGERON, DONAL C JR

BERUBE, SUZANNE

BITOMSKE, LEE

BOW DEN, MINABELL

BOYD, HENRY

BROOKS, LEE G

BROPHY, LAWRENCE M II

BROWN, BRUCE G

BROWN, BRUCE G | |

BROWN, CHARLES

BROWN, CYNTHIA

BROWN, HOWARD J

BROWN, IRVING J

BROWN, JAMES A

BROWN, JEFFREY M

BROWN, JEFFREY M

BROWN, JERRY W

BROWN, JESSICA M

BROWN, LITA M

BROWN, NORMAN H

BROWN, NORMAN L

BROWN, ROBERT B

BROWN, SANDRA

BROWN, VIRGINIA

BRUCATO, PAUL T

CALL, RANDALL W«

CAMPANELLA, MARGARET A

CARPENTER, JAMES P

CARTER, FORREST E

CAWLEY, JAMES M

CAWLEY, MICHAEL J

CESAR, HELIO F

CHAMPOUX, CLAIRE

CHAMPOUX, JAMES

CHASE, DONALD G JR



79 * 98

72 ♦ 00

5059 . 85

1 492 . {33

14189.99

130*00

34.00

34929*52

20478.22

24275.87

900 . 00

42634.52

6903 . 87

2799.97

2181 .48

1000.00

1503.95

43363.97

28 . 38

26661 .92

15923.08

48 ♦ 00

1110.50

51.60

15759.15

28 . 38

47699 . 75

42756.62

23832 . 08

39617.16

46.44

39074.18

19.83

8540.84

800 . 00

17071.72

928.38

28 . 38

28 . 38

34 . 00

68 . 00

28 . 38

136.00

11391.76

46274.04

22694.10

45 . 00

79 . 98

92 . 88

34644,26



107



NAME



YTD WAGES



CHABE, DOROTHY E
CLARK, STEUEN A
CODY, EDWARD T
CRAWFORD t MARY
CRAWFORD , ROBERT
CRONTN, PAUL J
CROSSLAND , M I CHAEL
CURRIER, DA^^ID A



DEFRATE



^*



FRANCIS



DEMARCO, MARIA C




DEMARS , JOSEPH




DENMEl T , LEE




DESHA I ES, JAMES J




DIBARTOLOMEO, CARMELL


.A


DOI.JGI...AS , LAWRENCE M




DOW, CHARLOTTE M




DOW, GEORGE W




DOW, JERRY W




DOW, ^v'ERNGN G




DOW, VI OKI




DOWNS, DAiv'ID F




DREW, TAMMY M,




DOBE, ROBERT R JR




DUGGAN, JERE A




EATON THOMAS H




EATON, ALICE P




EATON, ALICK




EATON, ALLEN W




EATON, CLYDE F




EATON, DAUID T




EATON, ERICA T




EATON, FAY




EATON, FRANCES H




EATON, FORMER H JR




EATON , GEORGE




EATON, IV^AN JR




EATON, IVAN Q* SR




EATON, KAREN L«




EATON, MATTHEW S




EATON, ROBERT L,




EATON, RONALD M JR




EATON, ROSEMARY H




EATON, STACY




EATON, STEPHEN E




EATON, TIMOTHY L




EATON, WARREN S,F.




ELLIOT, MARY




EMERSON , R I CHARD M ,




EMOND, HENRY P




FALCONER, JAMES C





16552*76

46973* 10

40699 . 35

79*98

79 * 98

46715*04

42654*87

41478*03

79*98

79*98

900 * 00

28250 * 72

35043*71

28 * 38

35551*92

59.34

9123*72

22316*52

35060*02

3528*67

48323 ♦ 32

4494*22

43177*02

41818*19

30672 ♦ 74

28*38

1078*58

798 ♦ 25

1743*32

1468*81

170*00

28 * 38

22011*17

49494*55

500 * 00

700*00

3999*96

2121*03

1 467 * 53

130.00

46957*45

7001*39

7863 * 97

795 * 00

42575*74

30 * 00

79 * 98

272 *00

8008 * 28

14503*38



108



NAME



YTD WAGES



FA^v'ALORA , JAMES A JR *
FELCH CHARLES U
FELCH, CHARLES H
FELCH, CHRISTINE
FELCH, RALPH
FITZGERALD, JOHN A
FOLLANSBEE , RAYMOND
FOWLER, AMY E
F0WLE:R, EiQNNIE L
FOWLER, CLARENCE G
FOWLER, GARY K
FOWLER, GARY K
FOWLER, HERBERT E
FOWLER, JOHN B JR
FOWLER, JUNE E»A*
FOWLER, MICHAEL A
FOWLER, OLIUER W
FOWLER, RICHARD L
FOWLER, VIRGINIA L
FROST, MICHAEL W
FUI..LER, ROECRT P
FUSHP ANSK I , JACK I E
GALLAGHER, MICHAEL T
GAR AND, DIANN
GOLDTHWAITE, JAMES M
GOULD, LYDIA
GOVE-BRAGG , E«LANCHE
GRANLUND, ROBERT B
GRIGGS, DEREK P
GRIGGS, NONA E
GRIGGS, SUZANNE M«
HAGLIN, PAMELA W
HALE, RICHARD
HALE, WILLIAM F
HALL, BRIAN W
HANSBURY, DENNIS E
HARDWARE, ROBIN
HEBERT, CAROL
HENDERSON, GEORGE N
HEWLETT, HAROLD W 111
HOLLETT, CALVIN A
HOULIHAN, EDWARD
HUMPHREY, GERTRUDE
HUNT, FRANK H
JANVRIN, BETTY J,
JANVRIN, DONNA
JAN^^RIN, FRANK E
JANMRIN, MARTIN P
JANVRIN, TARNYA
JANVRIN, WALTER S* JR



34 ♦ 00
43441 ,16
619,50
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KE:AN. , JAMES
KEENAN , JAMES
KINLOCKt MARION
KNOWLES ,
KNOULES ,
KNOWLES ,
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KNOWLES t
LARSON ,



ASA H JR
LILLIAN I
ROBERT K>
SHERRY
WARNER B
DON M



LATTIME, HORATIO C
LEONARD , LAWRENCE
LE'v'ESQUE, DONALD R
LOWE t JOANNE
MACDONALD , BARRY
MANTHORN, PATRICK D
MARSHALL, CHARLOTTE K
MERRILL RALPH E
MERRILLt DENNIS W
MICHAUD, DAVID E
MOONOOGIAN, GWENDOLYN P
MOORE, JEAN S
MOORE , JON
MOORE, ROBERT S
MUSUMECI, ROBERT JR,
NEDEAU, JAMES W»
NICHOLSON, DOROTHY
OM_EARY, ROBERT D
OBRIEN, LAWRENCE
OKEEFE, PATRICIA
Ok^ERKA, STEPHAN D
PAGE, HOWARD C III
PERKINS, CAROL L
PERKINS, CHERYL E
PERKINS, CHRISTINE C«
PERKINS, DEBRA J
PERKINS, EARL
PERKINS, RAYENOLD B
PERKINS, RUSSELL W
PETIT, JANINE R
PICKARD, EDWARD L
PITTS, GARY
PRESTON , MARK
QUINN, MICHAEL C
OUINN, ROBERT F
RANDALL, ANTHONY T
RANDALL, HERBERT M
RICHARDSON, BARBARA L
ROSS, GEORGE L
ROSS, NICK A
SANBORN, EMILY A



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79

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29148

23647

28

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1655

39675

2535

48

28

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YTD WAGES



SANBORN, ERNL=:ST B 8990*02

SANBORN , PETER 1 6 1 26 ♦ 44

SARACY , STANLEY 39096 ♦ 56

SAVAGE, EDGAR 24*00

SCHREMPH , HAROLD 9 1 O ♦ 67

SIMM, PRED W 34.00

SMITH, DAWN M 45,00

SMITH, KATHLEEN 'v' 1440,12

SOUTHER , ANDREA 1 336 ♦ 2 1

SOUTHER, ROBERT L 16009,47

STOCKBRIDGE, CORA E 9372.05

STRANGMAN, E^^ERETT C 43083,52

STRANGMAN , SANDRA 28 ♦ 3G

STURGIS, PHI LA 28,38

TAVARES, LISA M 94.93

TEDPORD , ELS I E 25 , 80

THIBODEAU, DA^^ID 67.08

THIBODEAU, ELIZABETH 4791,69

THIBODEAU, PRANG IS 79.98

THIBODEAU, JEPPREY A 20,64

THOMPSON-P I NCHER , CARLENE M 53760 . 23

WALKER, MELISSA G 33418,45

WEARE, EVERETT A 800,00

WE ARE, MARGARET B 22211.72

WELCH, JOHN SR 800.00

WETHERINGTON, MARGARET E 24537.22

W I CKLUND , ARTHUR 92 . 88

WILLWERTH, LYNN A 181.30

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