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Moderator Charles H. Felch Sr. now announces that we will
go to Articles 24 & 25 at this time.

Article 24: On petition of Charlotte K. Marshall and
two hundred thirty-nine (239) other legal voters of the
town: To see if the voters of the town will appropriate a



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sum of Two Million Three Hundred Thousand ($2,300,000.00)
Dollars to construct a new town library. The sum includes
One Million Six Hundred Eighty Thousand ($1,680,000.00)
Dollars for construction of the building, plus Three
Hundred Eighty Thousand ($380,000.00) Dollars to
adequately furnish and equip the facility, with the
balance for related expenses.

(Not Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Motion by Charlotte K. Marshall, second by Eric N. Small,

to adopt Article 24 as read.

Amendment by Eric N. Small, second by Elizabeth A.

Thibodeau, to add the following sentence:

"Construction of the new library shall not begin until

voters accept the design of the new building at a speciel

town meeting."

AMENDMENT ADOPTED.

Petition to use yes and no ballots and check-list.

YES 230 NO 204

ARTICLE 24 ADOPTED AS AMENDED.

Article 12s To see if the town will vote to raise
and appropriate the sum of One Hundred Thousand
($100,000,00) Dollars as the total cost of a Coastal Zone
Management (CZM) grant, to apply for Fifty Thousand
($50,000.00) Dollars from the state and federal government
as the fifty (50%) percent match to the above grant. The
purpose of said funds and grant monies are for the
restoration of the foredunes at Seabrook Beach in
accordance with the proposed study entitled "Environmental
Assessment for the Seabrook Dune Improvement Project",
dated September, 1988, and to authorize the selectmen to
carry out said project.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Motion by Elizabeth A. Thibodeau, second by Burwell Pike,
to adopt Article 12 as read.
ARTICLE 12 ADOPTED AS READ.

Article 13: To see if the town will vote to raise
and appropriate the sum of Fifty-two Thousand Ninety-two
($52,092.00) Dollars for the cost of Seabrook • s
contribution to fourteen (14) human service agencies in
the seacoast area. A breakdown of each human service
agency's request is as follows:



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Human Service Agency Requested

Amount

Red Cross $ 300.00

Area Homemakers 3,795.00

Retired Senior Volunteers 1,300.00

Lamprey Health Care 2,600.00

Rockingham Counseling Center 2,610.00

Rockingham County Community Action 14,751.00

Seacoast Visiting Nurses 13,277.00

Seacoast Mental Health Center 3,795.00

A Safe Place 1,500.00

Seacoast Hospice 1,139.00

Women's Resource Center 1,4 00.00

Rockingham County Nutrition Program 2,125.00

Richie McFarland Children's Fund 1,000.00

Crossroads 2,500.00

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Motion by Elizabeth A. Thibodeau, second by Victoria
Creighton, to adopt Article 13 as read.
ARTICLE 13 ADOPTED AS READ.

l^ticle 14: To see if the town will vote to raise
and appropriate the sum of one thousand ($1,000.00)
dollars for the cost of support to the Aids Response of
the Seacoast human service agency.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee

Motion by Elizabeth A. Thibodeau, second by Marilyn
Bruneau, to adopt Article 14 as read.
ARTICLE 14 ADOPTED AS READ.

Article 15: To see if the town will vote to raise
and appropriate the sum of Sixty Thousand ($60,000.00)
Dollars for the purpose of purchasing a new rubbish truck,
and to authorize the trade in of the 1982 rubbish truck.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Motion by Vernon G. Dow, second by Elizabeth A. Thibodeau,
to adopt Article 15 as read.
ARTICLE 15 ADOPTED AS READ.

Article 16: To see if the town will vote to accept
the findings of an independent factfinder, pursuant to RSA
273-A:12, that are associated with the Seabrook Police
Association collective bargaining agreement for the period
of February 12, 1991, until March 31, 1993. The findings
of said factfinder pertain to the following articles of
the union contract:



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Article


Subiect Matter


II


Negotiations


VII


Grievance


IX
XII


Temporary Service
Out of Rank
Education


XIII


Hours of Work


XIV


Overtime


XVII


Vacations



XVIII

XIX

XX
XXI

XXII
XXIII



XXIV



Insurance

Sick Leave

Uniform Allowance
Private Details

Longevity
Wages



Duration



Factfinder ' s
Recommendation

Current contract

language.

Add language limiting

arbitrators' authority.

Current contract

language.

Current contract

language.

Current contract

language.

Current contract

language.

Increase annual

accumulation to 178

hours for member with

more than 10 years

service.

Add managed care

rider - rest current

contract language.

Increase maximum

accrual of hours to 82

from 720 per year.

Current contract

language.

Increase private

details to $19.50 and

$20.50 for each year of

contract.

Current contract

language -

Add $2 5 per week to

patrolmen for first 6

months of 1991; and $45

per week to patrolmen

for second six months.

Sergeants ' wage

increase to be kept 16%

above patrolmen. Add

7.5% to each category

for 1992. Add language

referencing RSA 273-

A:3(b) .

Contract to expire

3/31/93 VS 2/12/93.



The above factfinder's recommendations calls for the
following increases in salaries and benefits for each year
of the agreement:



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Year Estimated Amount

1991 $ 67,814.00

1992 $178,888.00

And, to see if the town will vote to raise and appropriate
the sum of Two Hundred Forty Six Thousand Seven Hundred
Two ($246,702.00) Dollars for the purpose of funding the
factfinder's recommendations for increased costs in
salaries and benefits for the two year agreement for the
contract years 1991 and 1992.

(Not Recommended by the Selectmen)

(Not recommended by the Budget Committee)

Motion by Jeffrey M. Brown, second by William Bragger, to

adopt Article 16 as read.

Article 16 explained by Police Chief, Paul J. Cronin.

Motion to move question by Francis Thibodeau, second by

Elizabeth A. Thibodeau. Question moved.

Petition to vote by yes and no ballots and check-list.

YES 132 NO 213

ARTICLE 16 DEFEATED.

Motion by Eric N. Small, second by Elizabeth A. Thibodeau,
I move that we vote to restrict reconsideration of all
articles previously voted at tonight's meeting in
accordance with RSA 40:10.

MOTION ADOPTED.

Moderator Charles H. Felch Sr. adjourns this meeting until
tomorrow night at 7 PM. 03-13-92. Meeting adjourned at
11:45PM.



ADJOURNED TOWN MEETING
MARCH 13, 1992

Meeting called to order by Moderator, Charles H. Felch,
Sr. at 7:15 PM.

Article 17: To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of Fourteen Thousand Five Hundred
Ninety ($14,590.00) Dollars for the purpose of purchasing
two (2) defibrillators, one for each of the two ambulances
housed at the fire department.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)



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Motion by William Hale, second by John Yell, to adopt
Article 17 as read.
ARTICLE 17 ADOPTED AS READ.

Article 18: To see if the town will vote to raise
and appropriate the sum of Three Hundred Forty-nine
Thousand Eight Hundred ($349,800.00) Dollars for the
purpose of purchasing and equipping a new dual purpose
aerial/1,500 G.P.M. pump truck for the fire department,
and to authorize the trade-in of the 1972 Ford 1,000
G.P.M. pumper .

(Not Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Motion by Jerry W. Brown, second by Jason Janvrin, to

adopt as read.

Petition to use yes & no ballots and check-list.

YES 98 NO 90

ARTICLE 18 ADOPTED AS READ.

l^ticle 19: To see if the town will vote to raise
and appropriate the sum of Two Hundred Thirty-three
Thousand ($233,000.00) Dollars for the purpose of
constructing a new pump station and installing a new pump
and necessary equipment to be added to the municipal water
system. Said station and equipment to be located on newly
purchased land located off Old New Boston Road.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Motion by Warner B. Knowles, second by Elizabeth A.
Thibodeau, to adopt Article 19 as read.
ARTICLE 19 ADOPTED AS READ.

Article 20: To see if the town will vote to raise
and appropriate the sum of Six Thousand Three Hundred
Seventy ($6,370.00) Dollars for the purpose of purchasing
a canopy for the central refueling station at the fire
station.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Motion by Elizabeth A. Thibodeau, second by John Yell, to
adopt Article 20 as read.
ARTICLE 2 ADOPTED AS READ.

Article 21: To see if the town will vote to raise
and appropriate the sum of One Hundred Ten Thousand
($110,000.00) Dollars for a curbside recycling program
within the Town of Seabrook; recycling program to be
implemented on or before October 1, 1992; and to authorize



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the selectmen and/or recycling committee to apply for and
expend any federal or state funds available for said
purpose.

(Not Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Motion by Warner B. Knowles, second by Elizabeth A.
Thibodeau, to adopt Article 21 as read.
ARTICLE 21 DEFEATED.

Article 22: To see if the town will vote to raise
and appropriate the sum of Thirty-four Thousand Nine
Hundred Forty ($34,940.00) Dollars for the purpose of
purchasing and equipping two (2) police cruisers, and to
authorize the sale or trade-in of two (2) existing police
cruisers.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Motion by Elizabeth A. Thibodeau, second by John Yell, to

adopt Article 22 as read.

Chief Paul Cronin explained-two high mileage vehicles will

be replaced.

ARTICLE 22 ADOPTED AS READ.

Article 23: To see if the town will vote to
authorize the board of selectmen to lease the old fire
station owned by the Seabrook Firemen's Association for
the remainder of the calendar year 1992 and until March
31, 1993, for the purpose of allowing the Rockingham
County Community Action Program to use the leased
premises; and to raise and appropriate the sum of Seven
Thousand Five Hundred ($7,500.00) Dollars for the lease of
said premises.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Motion by Elizabeth A. Thibodeau, second by Frederick
Moulton, to adopt Article 2 3 as read.

Francis L. Thibodeau will chair while Moderator Charles H.

Felch Sr. explains this Article.

Motion to move question by Earl S. Perkins, second by

Elizabeth A. Thibodeau.

ARTICLE 2 3 ADOPTED AS READ.

Article 25: On petition of Eric N. Small and thirty-
one (31) other legal voters of the town: To see if the
town will vote to acquire by purchase or eminent domain,
under terms deemed necessary and advantageous by the
Trustees of Brown Library, the parcel of land now owned by
Guilford Transportation Industries, Inc. , a/k/a Boston &
Maine Railroad, of approximately 1.2 acres in area which

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is located in Seabrook, New Hampshire, at the head of the
cul de sac off of Centennial Street and behind the police
station for public library use and to raise and
appropriate the sum of Thirty Thousand Three Hundred
($30,300.00) Dollars for this purpose.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Motion by Stanley A. Hamel, second by Elinor P. Mawson, to
adopt Article 25 as read.

Amendment by Warner B. Knowles, second by Elizabeth A.
Thibodeau, to delete from article 25 after domain until
the word THE. Delete words after STATION until AND.
After PURPOSE add contingent upon fee simple title.

AMENDMENT ADOPTED.

Motion by Francis Warcewicz, second by Bonnie L. Fowler,
to indefinitely postpone Article 25.
Division vote called by Bruce G. Brown.

YES 119 NO 57

ARTICLE 2 5 INDEFINITELY POSTPONED.

Article 26: To see if the town will vote to
authorize the Board of Trustees of Brown Library to apply
for, accept and expend, without further action by the town
meeting, money from the state, federal or other
governmental unit or a private source which becomes
available during the fiscal year in accordance with the
procedures set forth in RSA 202-A:4-c.

Motion by Stanley A. Hamel, second by Elizabeth A.
Thibodeau, to adopt Article 26 as read.
ARTICLE 2 6 ADOPTED AS READ.

Article 27: On petition of James E. Champoux and
twenty-seven other legal voters of the town: To see if
the town will vote to authorize the trustees of the trust
fund to withdraw a sum not to exceed Three Hundred Forty-
nine Thousand Eight Hundred ($349,800.00) Dollars from the
capital reserve fund, known as the "Motor Vehicle Fund",
for the purpose of purchasing and equipping a new dual
purpose aerial/1,500 G.P.M. pump truck for the fire
department and to authorize the trade-in of the 1972 Ford
1,000 G.P.M. pumper.

(Not Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Motion by Jerry W. Brown, second by Elizabeth A.
Thibodeau, to postpone Article 27 indefinitely.
ARTICLE 27 POSTPONED INDEFINITELY.



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Article 28: On petition of James A. Brown, Jr., and
twenty-five (2 5) other legal voters of the town: To see
what action the town meeting will take to raise and
appropriate Eighty Thousand ($80,000.00) Dollars for a
load packer for the highway public works department.

(Not Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Motion by Elizabeth A. Thibodeau, second by Donna L. _
Smith, to postpone Article 28 indefinitely.
ARTICLE 28 POSTPONED INDEFINITELY.

Article 29: To see if the town will vote to transfer
into the Town of Seabrook Scholarship Trust Fund, as
established under Article 5 of the 1987 town warrant, the
amount of Seven Thousand Three Hundred Twenty-four Dollars
and Ninety-four Cents ($7,324.94) which represents 1990
cable television franchise fees paid to the town.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Motion by Elizabeth A. Thibodeau, second by Helen C.
Lieber, to adopt Article 29 as read.
ARTICLE 29 ADOPTED AS READ.

Article 30: On petition of Forrest E. Carter and
thirty-eight (38) other legal voters of the town: To see
if the town will vote to rescind Article 31 of the 1988
annual town meeting pertaining to the sale of the
remaining portion of the former Sadie Felch property. To
include said property as part of Governor Weare Park in
order to accommodate for additional parking, softball
field and the extension of the football field.

Motion by Forrest E. Carter, second by Asa H. Knowles, Jr.
to adopt Article 30 as read,
ARTICLE 3 ADOPTED AS READ.

Article 31: On petition of Forrest E. Carter and
thirty-five (35) other legal voters of the town: To see
if the town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of
Eight Thousand Nine Hundred ($8,900.00) Dollars for the
enrichment of Governor Weare Park. To include the
construction of an additional softball field, fencing,
additional fill and topsoil required to bring field up to
the proper grade.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Motion by Forrest E. Carter, second by Asa H. Knowles,
Jr., to adopt Article 31 as read.
ARTICLE 31 ADOPTED AS READ.

Article 32: To see if the town meeting will vote to
authorize the selectmen to pursue a change in the

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Winnacunnet High School Cooperative School District's four
towns' payment of operating costs and capital improvement
formula, and the representation to the cooperative high
school board, which only allows the Town of Seabrook one
(1) representative. The authorization to the selectmen to
include, but is not limited to: court suit, seeking
change through our representatives to the legislature, and
articles in the Winnacunnet High School annual warrant.

Motion by Elizabeth A. Thibodeau, second by Asa H.
Knowles, Jr. to adopt Article 3 2 as read.
ARTICLE 32 ADOPTED AS READ.

Article 33: To see if the town will vote to amend
the Business License Ordinance adopted by the 1991 annual
town meeting by adding the following and renumbering the
ordinance accordingly:

Definitions:

Business shall be defined as: "any enterprise,
whether corporation, partnership,
proprietorship, association, business trust or
other form of organization, organized for gain
or profit, carrying on any business activity
within the Town of Seabrook.

Exclusions:

Home businesses are exempt from this ordinance.

These amendments shall be effective upon passage.

Motion by Elizabeth A. Thibodeau, second by Asa H.
Knowles, Jr. to adopt Article 3 3 as read.
ARTICLE 3 3 ADOPTED AS READ.

Article 34: To see if the town will vote to amend
Chapter 249 of the Seabrook Code entitled Vehicles and
Traffic as follows:

Amend chapter 249-16, Town Pier, by including at
the end of this section the following requirement:

All vehicles shall park in properly designated
spots.

This amendment shall be effective upon passage.

Motion by Elizabeth A. Thibodeau, second by Donna L.
Smith, to adopt Article 3 4 as read.
ARTICLE 34 ADOPTED AS READ.



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Article 35: To see if the town will vote to amend
Chapter 249 of the Seabrook Code entitled Vehicles and
Traffic as follows:

Amend chapter 249-23, Schedule V: Vehicle
Weight Limits, to include the entire length of Spur

Road with the maximum gross vehicle weight to be
35,000 pounds.

This amendment shall be effective upon passage.

Motion by Elizabeth A. Thibodeau, second by Asa H. Knowles
Jr. to adopt Article 3 5 as read.
ARTICLE 35 ADOPTED AS READ.

Article 36: To see if the town will vote to amend
Chapter 249 of the Seabrook Code entitled Vehicles and
Traffic as follows:

Amend Article III, Parking Restrictions, chapter
249-10, Violations and Penalties, A. , by deleting the
language there and stating and substituting therefore
the following: Twenty-five ($25.00) dollars for
first violation and for each subsequent violation,
the illegal parked vehicle will be towed.

This amendment shall be effective upon passage.

Motion by Elizabeth A. Thibodeau, second by Fred Chase, to
adopt Article 3 6 as read.
ARTICLE 3 6 ADOPTED AS READ.

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.

Motion by Elizabeth A. Thibodeau, second by Ivan Q. Eaton
Sr. to adopt Article 37 as read.
ARTICLE 37 ADOPTED AS READ.

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)

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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.

Motion by Elizabeth A. Thibodeau, second by Bonnie L.
Fowler, to indefinitely postpone Article 38.
ARTICLE 38 POSTPONED INDEFINITELY.

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.

Motion by George R. Staples Sr. second by Richard C.
Blanchard, to adopt Article 39 as read.
ARTICLE 39 ADOPTED AS READ.

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.

Motion by Richard J. Keefe, second by Earl S. Perkins, to

adopt Article 40 as read.

Motion to move question by Earl S. Perkins, second by

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Elizabeth A. Thibodeau. Motion adopted.
ARTICLE 4 DEFEATED.

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
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 2337, Page 829, dated April 9,
1979. And to authorize the selectmen to carry out said
action.

Motion by Elizabeth A. Thibodeau, second by Ivan Q. Eaton
Sr. to adopt Article 41 as read.
ARTICLE 41 ADOPTED AS READ.

Article 42: To see what sums of money the 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.

Motion by Elizabeth A. Thibodeau, second by Ivan Q. Eaton
Sr., that the operating budget be passed at $5,685,715.

OPERATING BUDGET: $ 5,685,715
SPECIAL ARTICLES: 25,425,517
TOTAL BUDGET : 31,111,232

ARTICLE 4 2 ADOPTED AS READ.



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

Motion by Police Chief, Paul J. Cronin, second by Timothy
F. Willis, to reconsider Article 16.
RECONSIDERATION DEFEATED. Voice vote taken.

Motion by Bruce G. Brown, second by Stanley A. Hamel to
adjourn. This Town Meeting adjourned at 10 PM.



PRIMARY ELECTION SEPTEMBER 8, 1992
COMMUNITY CENTER

Warrant for State Primary was read by Assistant Moderator, Arthur E.
Wicklund, at 10 AM.

Ballot Boxes inspected by Election Workers and declared free of any
foreign material.

Polls declared open at 10:06 AM.

Absentee Ballots will be processed at 5 PM. by Town Clerk and Moderator.

Absentee Ballots completed at 5:25PM.

Polls declared closed at 7 PM. by Assistant Moderator Arthur E. Wicklund.

Counting of Ballots completed at 10:35PM.

ELECTION WORKERS



DEMOCRATS

John G. Demarco A. Mod.

Dorothy Nicholson

Mary Crawford

Robert Crawford

Connie Demarco

Doris Falconer

Mary Elliott

Phila Sturgis

Pauline Dupuis

Donna Janvrin

Diana Garand

Janet Dow

Margaret Campanella

L6is Lewis

Betty-Jane Janvrin

Cora Stockbridge



REPDBLICANS

Arthur E. Wicklund A.
Charlotte Dow
Marion Kinlock
Gertrude Humphrey
Charlotte Marshall
Gretchen Kirkpatrick
Bruce G. Brown II
Francis DeFrates
George Castleton
June Fowler
Heather Bibaud
Andrew Gosnell
Nancy Crossland
Christine Felch
Sandra Brown
Margaret Weare
Robin Hardware



Mod.



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SPECIAL TOWN MEETING LIBRARY

OCTOBER 15, 1992

Meeting called to order by Moderator, Charles H. Felch at 7 PM.

Salute to flag led by Charlotte K. Marshall.

Non voters please sit on left side of hall.

Sponsor of Article will be recogized first. All will be allowed
to speak once, after all others have spoken the first may speak
again.

Article l: On petition of Charlotte K. Marshall and one
hundred fourteen (114) other legal voters of the town: To see if
the voters will approve the design of the new Seabrook library
and will approve the location of the new library on town-owned
land on the west side of Centennial Street between the Police
Station and the Boston & Maine Railroad.

Motion by Eric N. Small, second by Ralph Smith to adopt Article 1
as read.

Motion by Owen Latham, second by Richard Keefe to use secret yes
and no paper ballots.

Library Building Study Committee and Trustees introduced.

After much discussion,

Article 1 was voted by YES and NO Ballots.

YES 285 NO 66

ARTICLE 1 ADOPTED AS VOTED

Article 2: To see if the town will vote to authorize the
board of selectmen to lease suitable premises within the town of


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