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first violation and for each subsequent violation,
the illegal parked vehicle will be towed.

This amendment shall be effective upon passage.



Article 37: To see if the town will vote to adopt
the following amendment to Chapter 173, Hawkers, Peddlers
and Solicitors, of the Seabrook Code as follows:

Amend chapter 173-4, License fee, by increasing
the license application fee from ten ($10.00) dollars
to fifty ($50.00) dollars.

This amendment shall be effective upon passage.




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Article 38: To see if the town will vote to limit to
amend Chapter 249, Article IV, Schedules, by adding the
following sections to be denoted as sections 249-25:

249-25. Schedule VII: Truck parking, loading and
unloading, prohibited within five hundred (500)
feet of certain streets and during certain
hours .

No tractor trailer combination or truck with a
box, body or platform of over twelve (12) feet
in length, shall park, load or unload on any day
during the hours between 11:00 p.m. and 7:00
a.m. within five hundred (500) feet of the
following streets within the geographical limits
within the Town of Seabrook:

1. Boynton's Lane

2 . Foggs Lane

3. Folly Mill Road (both Sections)

4. Lafayette Road (Route One)

5. New Zealand Road

6. South Main Street

7 . Stard Road

8. Walton Road

9. Railroad Avenue

10. Depot Lane

11. Ocean Boulevard (Route lA)

Any violation of this provision shall be punishable
by a fine of one hundred ($100.00) dollars for each
such violation.

This ordinance shall be effective as of July 1, 1992.

Article 39: On petition of George W. Staples and
twenty-seven (27) other legal voters of the town: To see
what action the town meeting will take to accept Greystone
Lane as a public way.

Article 40: On petition of Richard J. Keefe and
thirty-five (35) other legal voters of the town: To see
what action the town meeting will take to regulate the
sewage disposal system in Seabrook. Fees as follows:
domestic fees be charged at an annual rate of Forty
($40.00) Dollars; and that no water meters be installed
for single family dwellings.



Article 41: To see if the town will vote to grant a
warranty highway easement deed to the State of New
Hampshire for a certain parcel of land situated on the
west side of Lafayette Road (Route 1) in Seabrook, said

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parcel running parallel with Route 1 and abutting the

parcel of land owned by the town where the Seabrook

Community Center is now situated. Said easement is
described as follows:

Beginning at a point at the southeast corner of the
above referenced property as it meets Lafayette Road,
thence :

Westerly by land of Steve Carbone, now, or formerly,

six (6'+/-) feet more or less;
Northerly in land of the Town of Seabrook, now or

formerly, two-hundred and seventeen (217'

+/-) feet more or less;
Easterly in same land three (3") feet;
Southerly by Lafayette Road two-hundred and seventeen

(217 +/-) feet more or less to the point of

the point of the beginning.

Containing 975 square feet, more or less, and being a
portion of that real estate recorded in Rockingham County
Registry of Deeds, Book 23 37, Page 829, dated April 9,
1979. And to authorize the selectmen to carry out said
action.



Article 42: To see what sums of money thq town will
vote to raise and appropriate for the expense of the
general government for the protection of persons and
property, for health and sanitation, for highways and
bridges, for the support of the town poor and for all
necessary expenditures for the ensuing year.

Article 43: To transact all other legal business
that may come before this meeting.



Given under our hands and seals this
February, in the year of our J^ord One Thousand Nine
Hundred and Ninety-two.



BOARD OF SELECTMEN



cpIi ,^2J^ day of




Eliz^b^th A. Thibod^au, Chairman



ar.^.^..



^van Q. Eaton, Sr.

Asa H. Kn6wles, Jr. ^



A true copy of warrantr-r Attest:



^M^





-nCc^^



eth A. Thibodeau, Chairman



14



BOARD OF SELECTMEN



van Q. Eaton, Sr.
\sa H. Knowles, ~ Jr . ^^^



As

We hereby certify that we gave notice to the
inhabitants, within named, to meet at the time and place
and for the purpose within named, by posting an attested
copy of the within Warrant at the place of meeting within
named, and a like attested copy at the post office and
town hall, being public places in said town on the
cpj/iO^ day of February, 1!




;^eth A. Thibo




Chairman



BOARD OF SELECTMEN ^

Ivan Q. Eaton, Sr".



y ^^-u-tx ^-r^ <Q^ (^.^^^^^^dnn^.JL\^



Lkr>^.\\ V^



O'^JnT



Asa H. Knowles, Jr.




STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE



February



1992



Personally appeared the above named Selectmen of the
Town of Seabrook and swore that the above was true to the
best of their knowledge and belief.

Before me.



A- '-A91^/-U/^



Ju^tr<^e of the Peace/Notary Public



15




16



BUDGET FORM FOR TOWNS WHICH HAVE ADOPTED THE
PROVISIONS OF THE MUNICIPAL BUDGET LAW



STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ADMINISTRATION

MUNICIPAL SERVICES DIVISION




BUDGET OF THE TOWN

O F SEABROOK N . H .

Appropriations and Estimates of Revenue for tfie Ensuing Year January 1. 19 to December 31. 19 or for Fiscal Year

From January 1 1922 to Decembej^JlL, 19 92_



THIS BUDGET SHALL BE POSTED WITH THE TOWN WARRANT

RSA 31:95 and 32:5



Budwt-Gommittee: (Please sign in ink) Date



- I^Z^'^M'^^^ !^~L J ■n.'^JU.








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PURPOSES OF APPROPRIATION


W.A.
No.


•Actual

Appropriations

Current

Year

(omit cents)


Actual

Expenditures

Current

Year

(omit cents)


Selectmen's

Budget

Ensuing Fiscal

Year

(omit cents)


Budget Committee |


] (RSA31:4)
Acct.
No. GENERAL GOVERNMENT


Recommended

Ensuing Fiscal

Year

(omit cents)


Not

Recommended

(omit cents)


4130 Executive




241.^78


211,643


217,804


215.211


2.593


4140 Elec.. Reg.. & Viial Slal.




96.057


89,320


106.981


107.223




4150 Financial Administration




221.463


197,439


256.524


252.517


4.007


4152 Revaluation o( Property














4153 Legal Expense




75.000


87.904


90.000


90.000




4155 Employee Benefits




927.522


832.516


970.641


906.829


63.812


4191 Planning and Zoning




15.276


13.476


.15,326


15.326




4194 General Government BIdg.




266.866


238.796


275,444


267.680


7.764


4195 Cemeteries




49.900


46,513


52,782


47,925


4,857


4196 Insurance




125,898


139,39 5


151,3.34


151,334




4197 Advertising and Reg. Assoc.














— —














— —














4 1 99 Other General Government














PUBLIC SAFETY














4210 Police




994,384


950,347


1 ,053,751


981 ,041


72,710 .


4215 Ambulance














4220 Fire




845,94?


814,931


860,944


891 ,556




A?4n PMllHing TriRp




17,939


16,684


18,915


18,915




4?Qn pmPT-ppnr'y MpnpcrpmPT


ir


34,890


39,041


36,979


36,979




_ _ <-> .- '^














HIGHWAYS AND STREETS














4312 Highways and Streets




285,097


959,946


976,391


969,473


6,848


4313 Bridges














4316 Street Lighting




50,000


44,895


50,000


50,000




— —














— —














SANITATION














4323 Solid Waste Collection




373,074


361 ,094


378,940


37 5,947


3,693


4324 Solid Waste Disposal














- -














- -














— —














- -












'


WATER DISTRIBUTION 4 TREATMENT














4332 Water Services




■^n« Ans


999,998


998,119


998,119




4335 Water Treatment














— —














- -














— —














HEALTH














4414 Pest Control




58,931


52,756


6^,572


60,572




44 1 5 Health Agencies and Hospitals




48;898


48,598








4410 Administration




26:519


17,598


28,195


28,195




- -














_ _














— —














— —














WELFARE














4442 Direct Assistance




51.406


63,132


71,847


71,847




4444 Intergovernmental Well. Pay'ts.














- -














— —














- -










































Sub-Totals (carry to top of page 3)




5.114.748


4,812,022


5,271,412


5,135,982


166,284



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Accf.
No.


W.A.
No.


'Actual

Appropriations

Current

Year

(omit cents)


Actual

Expenditures

Current

Year

(omit cents)


Selectmen's

Budget

Ensuing Fiscal

Year

(omit cents)


Budget Committee |


Recommended

Ensuing Fiscal

Year

(omit cents)


Not

Recommended

(omit cents)


Sub-Totals (from page 2)




5.114,740


4,812,022


5,271,412


5,135,982


166,284


CULTURE AND RECREATION














4520 Parks and Recreation




263.869


255,220


297,201


272,986


24,215


4550 Library




117,456


117,456


138,472


138,472




4583 Patriotic Purposes




20,123


18,446


22,905


22,905




— —














CONSERVATION














461 2 Purchase of Natural Res.














4611 Administration




1,595


300


1,-595


1,595




— —














REDEVELOPMENT AND HOUSING














_ —














— —














ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT














— —














_ —














— —














DEBT SERVICE














471 1 Princ.-Long term Bonds & Notes




50,000


50,000


50,000


50,000




4721 Int.-Long Term Bonds & Notes




17,400


17,400


13,775


13,775




4723 Interest on TAN




50,000




50,000


50,000




— —














CAPITAL OUTLAY














- - See list




39,711.148


2,487,645


22,916,017


22,806,017


3,436,302


— —














— —














_ —














— —














— —














OPERATING TRANSFERS OUT














4914 To Capital Reserve Funds:














— —














— —














_ _














— —














4916 To Trust and Agency Funds:














(RSA 31:19-8)














— —














TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS




45,346,339


7.758,489


28,761,377


28,491,732


3,626.801



' Enter in these columns the nunibers which were revised and approved b/ DRA and which appear on the current tax rate papers.



HELP! We ask your assista
than one (1) warran
rate process by redu
Acct.


nee in the fo
{ article, pie-
cing the nun
W.A.


lowing: If you have a line item of appropriation v
ise use the space below to identify the make-up of
iber of inquiries from this office.

Amt. Acct.


vhich is mac
he line total

W.A.


e up of appropriations from more
We hope this will expedite the tax

Amt.

















































































































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1


2 3


MS-|


SOURCES OF REVENUE

Acci,
tJo. TAXES


WA
No.


1 •Eslirnalod
1 Revenues
1 Currcni
Year
(omil cenls)


II Revenues

Ij Year
1 (omit cents)


Selectmens
! Budget
1 Ensuing Fiscal
Year

(omil cents)


1 Estimated
1 Revenues
' Ensuing Fisca
Year
(omit cenls)


3120 Land Use Change Taxes




11.






3180 Resident Taxes


II ':


1




3185 Yield Taxes


Ij






3189 Other Taxes












3190 Int fi Pen- on Delinquent Taxes




42.000


58,7.15


50,000


50,000


— inventory Penalties












LICENSES, PERMITS AND FEES












3210 Business Licenses and Permits




200,000


226,385


145,000


145.000


3220 Motor Vehicle Permit Fees




550,000


548.867


1 550,000


550,000


3290 Other Licenses. Permits & Fees




2.500


■ 7,924


?,snn


2,500


FROM FEDERAL GOVERNMENT












3319 Other












FROM STATE












3351 Shared Revenue




61.115


61.115


61,115


61 .115


3353 Highway Block Grant




72.0A9


72,049


72,627


72,627


3354 Water Pollution Grants












' 3356 Slate & Fed, Forest Land Reimb












3357 Flood Control Heimbursemeni












3359 Olher




18.626


26.012


22,nno


22,000


FROM OTHER GOVERNMENT












3379 Intergovernmental Revenues Coastal Zone Grant








50,000


50.000


CHARGES FOR SERVICES












3'101 Income from Departments




50,000


65,999


65.000


65,000


3409 Other Charges












MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES












3501 Sale of Municipal Property




2 , 500


14.821


12.000


12.000


3502 Interest on Investments




340,000


328.273


200,000


200.000


3509 Other




11,000


11,891


10,000


10 ; 000


INTERFUND OPERATING TRANSFERS IN












39 u Capital Resep/e Fund








349,800






























3915 Enterprise Fund












Sewer —












Water —




?7n,nnn


287,308


280.000


280,000


Electric —












3916 Trust and Agency Funds




750


824


800


800


OTHER FINANCING SOURCES












3934 Proc. from Long Term Notes & Bonds




28.000,000








— Fund Balance








17.250.000


17.250.000


' TOTAL REVENUES AND CREDITS




29,620,540


1,704,683


19,120,842


18.771.042


Total Appropriations

Less: Amount of Estimated Revenues, Exclusive of Taxes

Amount of Taxes to be Raised (Exclusive of School and County Taxes)

BUDGET OF THE TOWN

BUDGET FOR TOWNS WHICH HAVE ADOPT
OF THE MUNICIPAL BUDGE-


28


,491.732




18


.771.042




9


.720.690




F SEABROO

ED THE PRO

FLAW


K ,N.H.

VISIONS



20



PURPOSES OF APPROPRIATIONS

(RSA 31 :i)

GFNrRAl. OOVFRNMENT



Actual Actual Selectmen's
Annropriation? Expenditures Budget
1^91 1991 1991



Budoet CoTii t tpp
Reconiitiended Not
1991 Recofimendpd



Article tt9 Sewer Bond
Article 110 Sewer
Article H n Fldecly Housing
Article «?3 SSEA Contract (3/31/91)
Article D?4 SSEA Contract (3/31/9?)
Article ll?fi Old Fire Station - CAP
Article lt?9 Town Pier - River St,
Article 1130 Water - ficuhn Clean-IJn
Article 113? Police Cruisers (3)
Article 1133 Police Guns
Article tt3'l Police Van
Article 1137 Fire Alarm System
Article 1138 Fire Chiel^'s Vehicle
Article H^O Fire - Turnout Gear
Article 1141 Water 3/A Ton Truck
Article 114? Water Oept . Well Site
Article 1143 Water Tank Painting
Article 844 Highway - Loader
Article 1145 Highway - Spreader/plow
Article 1146 Parks - Tractor
Article 1150 Drug Task Force
Article 1151 [ ihrary-Plans & Fng.
Article 1155 Cross Roads Shelter
Article 1155 Concession Std/Loudspk
TOTALS



?8, 000. 000




9,000,000


104,722


1,700,000


1,700,000


7,133


7,133


8,999


8,999


5,000


5,000


80,000


4,250


184,000


32,103


43,113


43,106


?0,?80


20. 280


18,550


18,450


20,000


11,986


17,500


17,500


14,173


14,174


17,000


14,891


265,000


265,000


175,000


135,355


21,000


21,000


10,000


9,879


6,900


6,869


25,000


22,953


65,000


16,495


2,500


2.500


5,000


5,000


39,711,148


2,487,645



Article 119 Tax Judgement 1983-1986
Article 111 1 Sewer
Article m? CZM Grant
Article 1113 Human Services
Article HM Human Service-AIDS
Article ttl5 New Rubbish Truck
Article 516 Police Union Contract
Article tt!7 Two Defibrillators
Article K18 Aerial Pump Truck
Article 819 Water-New Pump Station
Article fl?0 Canopy/Refueling Stat.
Article 8?! Curbside Recycling Prog
Article 8?? Police Cruisers
Article Il?3 Old Fire Station-CAP
Article II?4 New Town library
Article 825 Land for Library
Article B?7 Withdraw Capital Reserve
Articlp B?8 Load Packer
Article 8?9 Scholarship Trust Fund
Article 831 New Softball Field
TOTALS



17,250,000 17 250,000
5,000,000 5,000,000



100,000


100,000




52,092


52.092




1,000


1,000




60,000


60,000


?46,70?


14,590


ii,59n


349,800


233,000


233,000




6,370


6,370




110,000




nn,nnn


34,940


34,940




7,500


7,500


?,300,nno


30,300


30,300


349,flnn
80,nnn


7,325


7,325




8,900


8,900





22,916,017 ??,a06,017



3,436,302



21



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1991 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE SEABROOK RECREATION COMMISSION

The members of the Se^brook RGcreation Commission are:
Vernon Small , Chairman; fVilliam Moore, Jr., Vice Chairman;
Charlotte Dow, Secretary; Rosemary Eaton, Parks
Department; Asa Knowles, Selectmen; 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 continue to provide
many of the favorite established programs and leisure
services for Seabrook residents of all ages. Even though
the department was subject to budget cuts again in 1991,
the Recreation & Center staff and volunteers again managed
to provide most of the successful and popular activities.
Some programs were rearranged in 1991 to better serve the
preschool and senior citizen age groups. A few
instructors were added through contracted services to help
us provide pee-wee creative works for the preschool age
and Knitting, Quick Quilting, Counted Cross Stitch and
Photography for the more mature participant. New special
events included the Super Kid Challenge, Hayrides, trips
to the Red Sox, Disney and others. The variety and number
of programs are displayed further within this report.

Projects for the year of 1991 included purchasing some new
equipment for the Center's exercise room, such as a free
weight bench press and squat rack station, two ceiling
fans and more exercise posters to guide the users. Another
project included purchasing portable staging for the
Center's gymnasium to be used for pageants and special
events. In addition, you will find a built-in trophy case
in the lobby of the Community Center, as we grew out of
the original small case now being used for craft displays.
Much of our energies are put into attempts to improve our
services and programs constantly.

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



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ACTIVITIES


JAN-MAR


APR-JUNE


JDLY-AUG


SEPT-DEC


Structured


129


55


104


100


Gameroom


47


24


24


17


Open Gym


49


16


18


32


Exercise Rm.


27


23


17


22


Sr.Cit. Lunch


18


17


14


14


Pee Wee Camp


-


-


18


-


Summer Camp


-


-


65


-


Tennis Crts.


-


3


4


4


Tot Lot


-


6


4


6


Daily TT


270


144


268


195



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



1984 1985 1896 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 TOTAL



1,234



333



195



241



304



91



191



179 2,768



GRODPS WHO USED THE RECREATION VAN IN 1991



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



Babe Ruth League Team

Little League

Rams Football Team

Annual Ski Trip

sec Basketball Teams



AVERAGE ATTENDANCE AND NUMBER OF 1991 SPECIAL EVENTS



16 Rollerskating 16-180
8 Teen Dances 75-178
7 Youth Dances 60- 91

2 Sports Banquets 96-240
6 Cribbage Trnys 20- 32

12 Yth/Teens Contest 115
1 Camp Parents Night 65
1 Yth Xmas Party 300

59 Basketball Games 40-224

3 Hay Rides 10- 40
1 L.L Bean Supper 225
1 L.L. Spaghetti Dinner25
1 Disney on Ice Trip 80



1 Overnight Plus 42

1 Track & Field Meet 7

1 Egg Hunt 240

1 Gymkana 6

1 Ted Seabrooke Trny 12

1 P. D. /Rec. Fir. Hockey 125

1 Ski Trip 50

1 Halloween Party 325

1 Super Kid Challange 20

1 Chucky Cheese Trip 12

1 Sesame Live Trip 86

1 Red Sox Trip 44
And laorG. . .



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OTHER GROUPS WHO USED OR HELD ACTIVITIES AT THE CTR . IN 91



Mott's Basketball Practice

F.O.R.S. Meetings

SSEA 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

Lamprey Health Clinic



Seacoast Visiting Nurse
Winnacunnet High School CPR
WHS Special Ed. Trips
Women's Softball Team Mtg.
Bailey's yth Xmas Party
HYA Basketball Tourney
Foot Clinics

Town Voting & Town Meetings
OHD Committee Meetings
Jr. Miss Seabrook Committee
Miss Seabrook Committee
Decommissioning Hearings
And More. - .



TYPES OF PROGRAMS OFFERED IN 1991



Pee Wee Gym

Pee Wee Playtime

Pee Creative Works

Youth Fitness

Recreation Games

Soccer Games

Tumbling

Gymnastics

Floor Hockey

Volleyball

Adventure thru Music

Skiing

Camps

Hunter Safety

All Star Games

Wheel Races



Indoor Soccer

Bridge Club

Bingo

Touch Football

Wiff leball

T-Ball

Basketball

Cheer leading

Aerobics

Track & Field

Softball

Basebal 1

Game room

Pillow Polo

Net & Goal Games

Cribbage Tournaments



Cooking
Photography
Quick Quilting
Arts & Crafts
Cross Stitch
Newcomb
Sports Clinics
NYSCA Clinics
Jr. Frisbee
Pepsi Hot Shot
Fitness Month
Line Dancing
Exercise Equip
Super Kid Ch .
Kickball



YOUTH COMPETITIVE SPORTS PROGRAMS IN 1991



Youth Basketball (4 Teams)
BB Cheerleading (4 Squads)
Teen High School BB (1 Team)
Co-Ed Yth Basketball (1 Team)
L.L. Baseball (7 Teams)
Babe Ruth ( 2 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)



Youth Girls Softball (5 Teams) FB Cheerleading (1 Squad)

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OTHER GROUPS SUPPORTED BY THE SEABROQK REC . DEPARTMENT

Little League Boosters Little Warriors FB Program

F.O.R.S. Activities Rams Football Boosters

Miss Seabrook Pageant Jr. Miss Seabrook Pageant

Teen Basketball Boosters Brown Library

And More. . .

SEACOAST COCA-COLA IN 1991

Seacoast Coca-Cola Bottling Co. continues to support a
number of our youth & adult programs saving the tax payers
money. During 1991, the company provided beverage
products. Cola Water Bottles and $1,500 in sponsorships.
The programs which were supported included film for photos
with Santa, uniforms for the Teen basketball team. Women's
Softball, uniforms T-Shirts for the Youth basketball
league, and donation for the Miss Seabrook Contest.

1991 SEABROOK OLD HOME DAYS

The 1991 Seabrook Old Homes Days were again a success and
filled with entertainment and fun. The 11th annual Miss
Seabrook Contest opened the Old Home Days on Thursday,
August 15th where over two hundred and fifty people
witnessed Kathleen Smith being crowned as the 1991 Miss
Seabrook. On the following night Corri Eaton was crowned
Jr. Miss Seabrook. On Saturday, August 17th 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.

In conclusion, the commission and department staff,
extends a special thanks to all those who helped to
maintain and carry-out the variety of programs which were
offered during 1991.

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SEABROOK RECREATION DEPARTMENT
"VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR"
RECIPIENTS

1986 1987 1988

TIM EATON DAVID PICKETT HOWARD BROWN

1989 1990 1991

STEVE EATON RALPH MARSHALL JIM LAMBERT



Respectfully Submitted,

Seabrook Recreation
Commission and Staff



ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT - 1991

The Zoning Board of Adjustment this past year has
heard twelve cases. Much of the Board's time has been on
hearings on the gravel pit license and excavation; and on
the "new sign ordinance."

As you may be aware of, all land board members, by
law - serve without compensation. The Zoning Board of
Adjustment members again attended the law lecture series
at Philips Exeter Academy and special work shops
sponsored by the New Hampshire Municipal Association, of
which Seabrook is a member.

Through the New Hampshire Municipal Association, the
legal staff in Concord and law lecture series, members of
your ZBA are kept current on latest changes in the law
and supreme court cases, which enable our members in
arriving at wise "quasi judicial decisions."

Respectfully submitted,


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