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adjacent to the gymnasium of the Seabrook Community
Center .

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Article 32: To see if the town will vote to raise
and appropriate the sum of Eleven Thousand Six Hundred
($11,600.00) Dollars for the purpose of upgrading the
existing playground at the Seabrook Community Center.
This would include replacing some equipment, extending the
play area and adjusting some access to the handicapped
user.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)



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Article 33: To see if the town will vote to raise
and appropriate the sum of Ten Thousand ($10,000.00)
Dollars for the purpose of repairing and paving the town
boat ramp located on River Street.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Article 34: To see if the town will vote to raise
and appropriate the sum of Eleven Thousand ($11,000.00)
Dollars for the purpose of purchasing computer software
and hardware for motor vehicle registration in the town
clerk's office.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Article 35: To see if the town will vote to raise
and appropriate the sum of Twenty-four Thousand Five
Hundred ($24,500.00) Dollars for the purpose of purchasing
five thousand (5,000) feet of four (4) inch storz coupled
hose and necessary adapters for three (3) fire apparatus.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Article 36: To see if the town will vote to raise
and appropriate the sum of Twenty-three Thousand Five
Hundred ($23,500.00) Dollars for the purpose of purchasing
and equipping with lights, radio, etc., a new one (1) ton
four (4) wheel drive plow vehicle for the highway
department and to authorize the sale or trade-in of the
1982 plow vehicle now in use.

(Reconunended by the Budget Committee)

Article 37: To see if the town will vote to raise
and appropriate the sum of Twenty Thousand ($20,000.00)
Dollars for the purpose of purchasing and installing an
emergency generator at the town hall.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Article 38: 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 and to enter into a one-year
contract with a private company for the purpose of
operating said program.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)



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Article 39: To see if the town will vote to raise
and appropriate the sum of One Hundred Thirty-seven
Thousand ($137,000.00) Dollars for a town operated
curbside recycling program within the Town of Seabrook.

(Not recommended by the Budget Committee)
(Recommended by the Selectmen)

Article 40: To see if the town will vote to amend
Chapter 254 of the Code of the Town of Seabrook - Waste
Disposal Ordinance by adding the following section
pertaining to the curbside recycling program:

Section 10 - Voluntary/Mandatory Provisions

A) Recycling as herein defined shall be voluntary
for the first 12 months from the start of the
program.

B) Annually, thirty days prior to the anniversary
date of the start of the program, the board of
selectmen and the town manager shall determine if the
voluntary aspect of this ordinance has been complied
with to the extent that 80% of the town is
participating in said program in which event the
voluntary aspect hereof shall continue.

C) If the board of selectmen and the town manager
shall determine that there has been less than 80% of
said compliance, then this ordinance shall become
mandatory. Notice of such determination shall be
published in a local newspaper.

D) Should the town's recycling program become
mandatory the town may refuse to pick up or have
picked up the rubbish of single generators who do not
separate the recyclables.

E) Any person, firm or corporation being convicted
of violating any provision of this ordinance shall
receive a written warning for the first violation, be
fined $100.00 for the second violation, $200.00 for
the third violation, and $300.00 for each subsequent
violation thereafter.

Article 41: To see if the town will vote to
authorize the selectmen or their designee to negotiate a
cable television franchise limited upon such terms and
conditions as they feel are advantageous to the town, all
in accordance and pursuant to the authority granted under
New Hampshire RSA 53-C.



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Article 42: To see if the town will vote to raise
and appropriate the sum of Five Thousand ($5,000.00)
Dollars for the Cable Television Franchise Committee for
review of a new contract.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Article 43: To see if the town will vote to raise
and appropriate the sum of Thirty Thousand ($30,000.00)
Dollars for the purchase and installation of new windows
in the town hall plus painting interior /exterior sections
of the building.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Article 44: To see if the town will vote to raise
and appropriate the sum of Fifteen Thousand ($15,000.00)
Dollars for the conversion of street lights to energy
efficient sodium with pay-back in approximately two years.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Article 45: To see if the town will vote to raise
and appropriate the sum of Ten Thousand ($10,000.00)
Dollars for repairs at the transfer station to include
paving, drainage, fencing and maintenance of the trailer
operation.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Article 46: To see if the town will vote to raise
and appropriate an additional Two Hundred Fifty Thousand
($250,000.00) Dollars for the installation and maintenance
of groundwater monitoring wells and installation and
construction of a facility to treat the Gruhn site.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Article 47: To see if the town will vote to raise
and appropriate the sum of Thirty Two Thousand Three
Hundred Twenty ($32,320.00) Dollars for the purpose of
purchasing a loader backhoe.

(Not Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Article 48: To see if the town will vote to ratify
the financial terms of the two year, 1991-1992, collective
bargaining agreement signed on September 2, 1992, between
the board of selectmen and the Seabrook Police
Association, which calls for a Eighty-one Thousand Seven
Hundred Seventy-one Dollars and Ninety-nine Cents
($81,771.99) increase in salaries and benefits for the
fiscal year 1991, and a Forty Thousand Nine Hundred
Seventy-three Dollars and Twenty-five Cents ($40,973.25)

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increase in salaries and benefits for the fiscal year
1992, and a Eighty-five Thousand Three Hundred Forty One
($85,341-00) Dollars to cover the approved contract
commitments for salaries and benefits for the fiscal year
1993.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Article 49: To see if the town will vote to ratify
the financial terms of the collective bargaining agreement
reached on February 10,, 1993, between the board of
selectmen and the Seabrook Supervisory Employees
Association, which calls for a Twenty-two Thousand Six
Hundred Fifty-four ($22,654.00) Dollar increase in
salaries and benefits for the fiscal year 1993.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Article 50: To see if the town will vote to ratify
the financial terms of the collective bargaining agreement
reached on February 17, 1993, between the board of
selectmen and the Seabrook Employees Association, which
calls for a Sixty-five Thousand Five Hundred Thirty-nine
($65,539.00) Dollar increase in salaries and benefits for
the fiscal year 1993, and a Fifty-two Thousand Six Hundred
Forty-eight ($52,648.00) Dollar increase in salaries and
benefits for the fiscal year 1994.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee) I

Article 51: To see if the town will vote to ratify
the financial terms of the collective bargaining agreement
reached on February 8, 1993, between the board of
selectmen and the Seabrook Firefighters Association, which
calls for a Thirty-one Thousand Two Hundred Seventy-seven
($31,277.00) Dollar increase in salaries and benefits for
the fiscal year 1993, and a Forty-seven Thousand Four
Hundred Eleven ($47,411.00) Dollar increase in salaries
and benefits for the fiscal year 1994, and a Forty-nine
Thousand Six Hundred Thirty-four (49,634.00) Dollar
increase in salaries and benefits for the fiscal year
1995.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Article 52: On petition of Elinor P. Mawson and
thirty-five (3 5) other legal voters of the town: To see
if the town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of
Twenty Thousand ($20,000.00) Dollars for the purchase of
books, supplies and equipment for the Town Library, (said
sum represents a 15% cut from the operating budget by the
Budget Committee) .

(Not Recommended by the Budget Committee)

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Article 53: On petition of Timothy F. Willis and
twenty-nine (29) other legal voters of the town: To see
if the town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of
Five Thousand ($5,000.00) Dollars to be used by the
Seabrook Beach Village District at the discretion of The
Bonfire Committee for the sole purpose of providing a
fireworks display at the annual 3rd of July bonfire on
Seabrook Beach.

(Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Article 54: On petition of Margaret A. Gynan and one
hundred five (105) other legal voters of the town: To see
if the town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of
Forty-six Thousand ($46,000.00) Dollars for the purchase
of a Handi-cap Special Needs Vehicle for transportation
for the citizens of the town of Seabrook who are disabled
or physically handicapped. The vehicle and personnel to
be under the recreation department.

(Not Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Article 55: On petition of Gregory T. Brown and
twenty-seven (27) other legal voters of the town: To see
if the town will vote to raise and appropriate One Hundred
Thirty-six Thousand ($13 6,000.00) Dollars to purchase the
land and building located at 51 Gove Road owned by Herbert
and Pamela Brown; said lot being 100' frontage and 200 'in
depth; for the purpose of the expansion of Governor Weare
Park .

(Not Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Article 56: On petition of Anne M. Watts and twenty-
five (25) other legal voters of the town: To see if the
town meeting will vote to adopt and accept Anne's Lane so
called and to plow and maintain the same.

Article 57: To see if the town will vote to accept
Maple Ridge Road, so called, as a town road and to
maintain and plow the same.

Article 58: 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.

Article 59: To transact all other legal business
that may come before this meeting.



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Given under our hands and seals this,^2^jj^ay of
February, in the year of our Lord One Thousand Nine
Hundred and Ninety-three. ^



sJi^



BOARD OF SELECTMEN



:van Q. Eaton, Sr. , Chairman
Lsa 4i^ Knowles, Jr.^<^ V)




/'tu^&-^ '



Elizabelih A. Thibodeau
A true copy of warrant - Attest:



Ivan Q. Eaton , ^r . , Chairman



BOARD OF SELECTMEN



(axx^..1^





Knowles, Jp^rTA



Eldzalbeth A. Thibodeau



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
:^^^-^,.-,^ day of February, 1993



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^X^^^^



BOARD OF SELECTMEN



:van Q. Eaton, Sr. , Chairman
rxes, Jr,




■n^L^h




STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE



Eliz^b^h A. Thibodeau

February J^^ 1993



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,
stix5e of ti



Ju



le Peace/Notary Public



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STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ADMINISTRATION

MUNICIPAL SERVICES DIVISION

RO. Box 457

Concord. NH 03302-0457

(603)271-3397



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




BUDGET OF THE TOWN

OF Seabrook N.H.

Appropriations and Estimates of Revenue for ttie Ensuing Year January 1, 19 93 to December 31, 19 93 or for Fiscal Year
From 19 to : 19



THIS BUDGET SHALL BE POSTED WITH THE TOWN WARRANT

RSA 31:95 and 32:5

Budg/t/Committee: please signjn ink) /t./^ Date c^~//p-i'-^ ,



#2S








(Rev. 1992)



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PURPOSE OF APPROPRIATION

(RSA31:4)
Acct.
No. GENERAL GOVERNMENT


W.A.
No.


•Actual

Appropriations

Prior

Year

(omit cents)


Actual

Expenditures

Prior

\fear

(omit cents)


Selectmen's

Budget

Ensuing Fiscal

Year

(omit cents)


Budget Committee |


Recommended

Ensuing Fiscal

Year

(omit cents)


Not

Recommended

(omit cents)


4130 Executive




215.211


198.517


216.495


216.495




4140 Elec, Reg. & Vital Stal.




107.223


99,584


101.001


101.001




4 1 50 Financial Administration




252.517


239.974


273.12?


?73.1??




4 1 52 Revaluation of Property














4153 Legal Expense




90.000


115.118


90.000


90.000




4155 Personnel Administration




906.829


812.054


954,719


640.457


114,262


4191 Planning and Zoning




15.326


14.579


15,713


15.713




4194 General Government BIdg.




267.680


264.770


288,290


282.790


5.500


4195 Cemeteries




47.925


42.973


47.013


47.013




4196 Insurance




151.334


117.828


165.252


165.252




4197 Advertising and Reg. Assoc.










































4199 Other General Government














PUBLIC SAFETY














4210 Police




981.041


972.517


990.231


982,231


8.000


4215 Ambulance














4220 Fire




891,556


884,525


899,63?


899,632




4240 Building Inspection




18,915


18,878


?6,305


26,. 305




4290 Emergency Management




36,979


35,651


37,554


37,554


















HIGHWAYS AND STREETS














431 2 Highways and Streets




269,473


295,527


280,486


270,486


10,000


4313 Bridges














4316 Street Lighting




50,000


45,96?


50,000


50,000
































SANITATION














4323 Solid Waste Collection




375,247


394 ,496


388,33?


387,33?


1 , onn-


4324 Solid Waste Disposal














4325 Sewage Collection & Disposal
























































WATER DISTRIBUTION & TREATMENT














4332 Water Services




298.112


279,615


359,876


346,363


13,513


4335 Water Treatment
























































HEALTH














4414 Pest Control ANIMAI rONTROI




24.408


22.160


24,891


24,891




44 1 5 Health Agencies and Hospitals














/1/111 ADMINISTRARION




28,195


19,274


33,585


33,585




4419 MO.SOIIITO CONTROI




36.164


30,536


36,630


36,630














































WELFARE














4442 Direct Assistance




71,847


74,000


73,085


73,085




4444 Intergovernmental Welt. Pay'ts.






































































Sub-Totals (carry to top of page 3)




5,135,982


4,978,538


5,352,212


5,199,937


152,275



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PURPOSE OF APPROPRIATION

(Continued)
Acct.
No.


W.A.
No.


•Actual

Appropriations

Prior

Year

(omit cents)


Actual
Expenditures

Prior

Year

(omit cents)


Selectmen's

Budget

Ensuing Rscal

Yisar

(omit cents)


Budget Committee |


Recommended

Ensuing Fiscal

Year

(omit cents)


Not

Recommended

(omit cents)


Sub-Tofals (from page 2)




5,135,982


4,978,538


5,352,212


5,199,937


152,275


CULTURE AND RECREATION














4520 Parks and Recreation




272,986


273,412


298,204


298,204




4550 Library




138,472


134,472


134,640


114,444


20,196


4583 Patriotic Purposes




22,905


21,132


31,552


31,552


















CONSERVATION














4612 Purchase of Natural Resources














4fi11 ADMINISTRATION




1.595


375


1.595


375


1.220
















REDEVELOPMENT AND HOUSING










































ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
























































DEBT SERVICE














471 1 Princ.-Long Tenri Bonds & Notes




50.000


50.000


50.000


50.000




472 1 Int.-Long Term Bonds & Notes




13.775


13.775


10.150


10.150




4723 Interest on TAN




50.000


50.000


50.000


50.000


















CAPITAL OUTLAY














SFF 1 TST




25,425,517


17.235.890


6.726.510


6.352.690


373.820








































































OPERATING TRANSFERS














4914 To Proprietary Funds:




























49 1 5 To Capital Reserve Funds;










































4916 To Trust and Agency Funds;














(RSA 31:13-3)




























TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS




31,111,232


22,757,594


12.654.863


12.107.352


547,511



■ Enter in these columns the numbers which were revised and approved by DRA and which appear on the phor tax rate papers.

1 0% LIMITATION OF APPROPRIATIONS

(SEE RSA 32:8, 8-a, & 32:10-b)

Please disclose the following items (to be excluded from the 10% calculation)

$ ->-^/ 1 ->5o Recommended Amount of Collective Bargaining Cost Items. $ Amount of Mandatory Water & Waste

(RSA 32:8-3). Treatment Facilities. (RSA 32:10-b).

RSA 273-A;1,IV '"Cost Item' means any benefit acquired through collective bargaining vi^hose implementation requires an appropriation by the
legislative body of the public employer with which negotiations are being conducted."



HELP! We ask your assista
than one (1) warran
rale process by redu

Acct.


nee in the To
t article, pie
cing the nun

W.A.


lowing: ir you have a line item or appropriation \
ise use the space below to identify the make-up of
ibcr of inquiries from (his office.

Amt. Acct.


vhich is mac
the line total

W.A.


e up of appropriations from more
We hope thi.s will expedite the (ax

Amt.











































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SOURCE OF REVENUE

Acct.
No. TAXES


W.A.
No.


•Estimated
Revenues

Prior

Year
(omit cents)


Actual

Revenues

Prior

Year

(omit cents)


Selectmen's

Budget

Ensuing Fiscal

Year

(omit cents)


Estimated

Revenues

Ensuing Fiscal

Year

(omit cents)


3120 Land Use Change Taxes












3180 Resideni Taxes












3185 Yield Taxes












3186 Payment in Lieu of Taxes












3190 Int S Pen. on Delinquent Taxes




70.000


87,706


50.000


50.000


Inventory Penalties












LICENSES, PERMITS AND FEES












3210 Business Licenses and Permits




52,500


53.164


52.500


52.500


3220 Motor Vehicle Permit Fees




550,000


580,766


550,000


550.000


3290 Other Licenses. Permits & Fees




.95.000


111,643


110,000


110,000


FROM FEDERAL GOVERNMENT












C.7.n Granf




sn^nnn




50,000


50.000


FROM STATE












3351 Shared Revenue




61,11.S


61,115


61.115


61.115


3353 Highway Block Grant




7?.,o27


72.627


81,213


81,213


3354 Water Pollution Grants












3356 State & Fed. Forest Land Reimb.












3357 Flood Control Reimbursement












3359 Other Emerqencv Manaqement. Rec. Summer




?i ,fS4q


?ft,476


21,500


21,500


FROM OTHER GOVERNMENT Food Proaram












3379 Intergovernmental Revenues












CHARGES FOR SERVICES












3401 Income (rom Departments




5:^,000


65.336


53,000


53,000


3409 Other Charges












MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES












3501 Sale of Municipal Properly




1 -^ , t^nn


1 4 , 200


13,500


13 , 500


3502 Interest on Investments




?7n,non


•^15 R68


270,000


270,000


3509 Other




80,000


65,361


20.000


20.000


INTERFUND OPERATING TRANSFERS FROM












39 1 4 Proprietary Funds












Sewer












Water




275,000


288.545


275,000


275,000


Electric












3915 Capital Reserve Funds




in DRO mi.


10.080.803






ArtiHO Sanborn School Grant








180,500


180.500














3916 Trust and Agency Funds




5Rn


563


450


450


OTHER FINANCING SOURCES












3934 Proc. from Long Term Notes & Bonds












Fund Balance:












Items Voted From Surplus




7,169,197








Remainder of Surplus












TOTAL REVENUES AND CREDITS




18,914.941


11,867,173


1.788.778


1,788,778


'Enter in this column the numbers which were revised and approved ty DRA and which app

Total Appropriations

Less' Amount of Estimated Revenues, Exclusive of Property Taxes


\earonthe MS-4 form. 1
12.107.352


1,788,778


Amount of Taxes to be Raised (Exclusive of Scfiool and Countv Taxesi


10,318,574


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PURPOSES OF APPROPRIATIONS
(RSA 31 :i)
Art Jt GENERAL GOVERNMENT



Actual Actual Selectrnen's
Anpropn'atinns Expenditures Budget
199? 199? 1993



Budget nnmmittee
Rpcoinmended Not
1993 RecofnTiend



BOQ


Tax Judgement 1983-1986


I7,?5n.ono


16,859,000










311


Sewer


5,000,000












ttl?


CZM Grant


100,000












itl3


Human Services


5?, 09?


48.59?










itu


Human Services-AIDS


1,000


1,000










ais


New Rubbish Truck


60,000


54, 010










1!17


Two Oef ibrillatons


14,590












«1ft


Aerial Pump Truck


349.800


?00,000










ni9


Water-New Pump Station


?33.000












8?0


Canopy/Refueling Stat


6,370


6.370










8??


Police Cruisers


34,940


34,866










D?3


Old Fire Station-CAP


7,500


6,000










tt?A


New Town Library


?, 300. 000


10,235










It?9


Scholarship Trust Fund


7,3?5


7.325










831


New Softball Field
TOTALS


8,900
?5.4?5,517


8,412
17,235,890










818


Sewer Construction






5,000,000


5,000,000






819


Ounes Restoration






100,000


100,000






8?0


Sanborn School Grant






200, 5n0


200,500






8?6


Human Services






59,925


59,925






8?7


Police Cruisers/emergency v






53,578


53,578






8?B


Storage Shed (police)






??,000


22,000






8?9


CAP Annual Rent






6,000


6,000






830


Scholarships






7,531


7,63'.






831


Recreation Storage Area






50,000


50,oon






83?


Recreation Playground






11,600


11,600






833


Town Boat Ramp (Paving)






10.000


10,000






83d


Motor Vehicle Computer Program






11,000


11,000






835


Fire/Hoses ^ Nozzles






27.000


24,500


?


600


836


Highway Four Wheel Orive/Plow






23.500


23,500






837


Town Hall Generator






?0.000


20,000






838


Recycling Curbside/Private






110.000


110,000






839


Recycling Curbs ide/Town






137,000




137


000


84?


Cable TV






5,000


5,000






843


Town Ha 11 /Windows h Painting






30,000


30,000






844


Street Light Conversion






15,000


15,000






tt45


Solid Waste/Transfer Station






10,001:


10,000






846


Gpuhn Well Clean-Up






250,000


250,000






847


Highway Loader/Rackhoe






3?,3?0




■^2


320


848


Police Contract 1991-9?






?n8,086


?08,086






849


SSEA Contract 1993






2?, 651


??,654






85n


SEA Contract 1993






66,539


65,539






851


Firefighters Contract 1993






31,277


31,?77






85?


Library






20,ono




?0


000


853


Fireworks






5,000


5,000






854


Handicap Vehicle






46.000




46


000


855


Gove Road Purchase






136,000




136


000




TOTALS






6,726,510


6,352,690


373,


8?0



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INVESTIGATIONS DIVISION - 1992

During the compilation of criminal statistics for 1992 it
was noticeable that although the number of new cases
received increased by forty-five [45%] percent [833 cases
in 1991 - 1519 cases in 1992], the felony crimes still
constituted approximately one [1/3] third of the whole
[496 in 1991 - 429 in 1992]. Although the felony issues
we faced were slightly lower, the violence of many


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