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Statement of Debt Service Requirements

Water Bonds 7.25%



Amount of Original Issue
Date of Original Issue
Principal Payable Date
Interest Payable Dates
Payable at



$1,356,000

December 1, 1975

December 1

June 1 and December 1

First National Bank of Boston



Maturities-Fiscal Year Ending

December 31, 1993
December 31, 1994
December 31, 1995



Principal

$ 50,000
50,000
40,000

$ 140,000



Interest

$ 10,150
6,525
2,900

$ 19,575



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193 North Main Street Concard, 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

We 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, 1991, 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 Assets Account Group, which should be
included to conform with generally accepted accounting principles. The amount
that should be recorded in the General Fixed Assets Account Group is not
known.

In our opinion, except that omission of the General Fixed Assets 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, 1991, 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, 1991, and the results of operations of such
funds for the year then ended in conformity with generally accepted accounting
principles.

February 14, 1992 PLODZIK & SANDERSON

Professional Association



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1992 WATER DEPARTMENT REPORT

There were 463,219,114 gallons of water pumped in
1992. This 16,586,858 gallon increase over the previous
year was due to the increase in both the domestic and
industrial-commercial use.

Industrial-commercial use increased from 126,496,670
gallons in 1991 to 130,433,526 gallons in 1992. Five
commercial meters were added with Wal-Mart, Shaws, and
Sam's Club using 1.5, 1.0, and .9 million gallons
respectively. While Seabrook Station had a 3.5 million
gallon decrease, Bailey Co., Spherex, K.J. Quinn and
Dexter Hysol had increases of 2.6, 1.2, 1.0 and 0.4
million gallons respectively.

Only 12 water services were installed in 1992. Of
these three were commercial including a minor
sub-division off Weare Road, the Banana Tree, and a 10
lot sub-division off Whittier Drive.

Four fire hydrants were repaired after being damaged
by motor vehicles. The hydrants were located on Railroad
Avenue, Route One, Folly Mill Road, and Riley Road.

Several leaks were reported last year but only a few
had to be repaired by the crew. The larger of these were
2" mains on River Street and Adams Avenue, a 6" main on
Causeway Street and we assisted with an 8" main at the
Bailey Company.

At our rock well pump station off Route 107, we
updated some of the equipment by replacing all 4 water
meters and recorders.

Gravel packed well #4, off Ledge Road, was cleaned
by Hydro Group of Dracut MA.

Water mains and services were located and marked for
test boring pertaining to the upcoming sewer project.

All the water mains in town were flushed twice, once
in May and again in December. Also in December the Route
107 water standpipe was drained and chlorinated.

The crew observed the installation, flushing,
testing, and chlorinating of an 8" water main, with 10
services and 2 fire hydrants to a sub-division off
Whittier Drive.

We have completed the first round of water sampling
for levels of lead and copper in the drinking water.
This was accomplished in December with the town
submitting samples with the help of 41 home owners who

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participated. The results showed that Seabrook's water
fell well below EPA maximum limit standards and the town
will not have to take any corrective measures.

The crew assisted Hydro Group of Dracut, MA in a
pilot program at the Gruhn contamination site in Hampton
Falls. Water contaminated with Trichlore Ethylene and
Tetrachlore Ethylene was pumped and cleaned through a
stripping tower erected on the property. This program
lasted about three weeks. Through our engineers, Whitman
and Howard of Wellsley, MA. , we will be doing more
extensive work in the near future at this site.

Whitman and Howard of Wellsley, MA. , also engineered
the drilling and developing of a new 12", 500' deep rock
well. A & W Artesian Well Co. Woonsocket, RI
accomplished the drilling. Site and road work was
completed by the water department crew. Preliminary
reports show this well is of a good quality and quantity.
When approved by the State of NH, a new pump station will
be constructed.

Again we would like to thank everyone for observing
our partial water ban which was imposed over the summer
months. This ban limited outside use of water except
between 7:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. and between 7:00 p.m. and
8:00 p.m. Hopefully the new well and pump station when
constructed will eliminate a future ban.

Remember water is a precious and useful resource and
should be used wisely and not wastefully.

Respectfully submitted,

Warner B. Knowles
Water Superintendent



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TOWN OF SEABROOK WATER DEPARTMENT

Summary of Receipts, Expenditures and Proof of Balance
Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1992

WATER DEPARTMENT RECEIPTS:

Water Use $ 271,384.22

Installations 940.00

Sale of Materials & Other 10,844.85

Late Fees 1,814.00

Interest Earned on Checking Ace. 1,147.67

Receipts from Treasurer 24,644.17 $ 310,774.91

Balance on January 1, 1992 47,444.57 $ 358,219.48

WATER DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES:

Total Personnel Services $ 165,147.87

Total Administrative Expenses 11,385.38

Total Supplies & Materials 69,299.16

Total Contract Services 33,782.70

Reimbursement-NH Municipal Assoc. 932.15

Reimbursement-Sam's Club .02 $ 280,547.28

Total Receipts $ 358,219.48

Total Expenditures $ 280,547.28

Balance of December 31, 1992 $ 77,672.20

TOWN OF SEABROOK TREASURES REPORT FOR THE WATER DEPT.

Balance January 1, 1992 $ 47,444.57

Total 1992 Receipts $ 284,983.07

Taxation (Excess budget over rev) 23,112.00

Interest Earned on Checking Acct. 1,147.67

Reimbursement-State of NH (permit) 600.00

Reimbursement-NH Municipal Assoc. 932.15

Reimbursement-Sam's Club .02 $ 3 58,219.4 8

Less Payments $ 280,547.28 $ 77,672.20

Balance per-statement 82,815.95

Deposits not credited 26,546.08

Error on cashed check -84.15

Less outstanding checks -32,605.68

Balance as of December 31, 1992 $ 77,672.20

WATER DEPARTMENT ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE :



Unmetered Accounts $ 14,340.02

Metered Accounts 2,349.77

Installations

Sale of Materials & Other 2,795.95

Late Fees 21.00

Outstanding Balance of December 31, 1992 $ 19,506.74

PROOF OF BALANCE:

Outstanding Bal of Dec 31, 1991 $ 26,186.07

Billings for 1992 279,333.74

Less Receipts for 1992 284,983.07

Less Abatements for 1992 1,03 0.00

Outstanding Balance of December 31, 1992 $ 19,506.74

92



1992 GROSS WAGES



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ANDERSON, KAREN M 741v 68

BAIEEY, DANIEL J 48,00

BAILEY. E. RUSSEl.L :l.:f.307.72

BAII..i...ARGE(JN, JEFEREY J :(.7637.33

BEAUDOIN. SANDRA !... 40386 v 27

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B!::;CKMAN ? E'ViGAR 26872 <• &'3

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BEDELL.^ DANA M 248:1.0 .-86

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BOYD :> ANNABE! ..I...E 5036 . 4 1

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BGYLE. WliJ.ARD 37.50

BROOKS > EE!:;: G 16729.96

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BROWN . BRIJCE G 1224.13

BROWN ^ BRUCE G ! | 286.67

BROWN, CHARLES 19702.37

BROWN V HOWARD J 44430.51

BROWN, IR'v'ING J 47061.45

BROWN, .JANES A 26758.36

BROWN, ...iE!-"FREY M 45264.30

BROWN, ..lERRY W 42575.53

Bl'^' OWN V •JF^SSICA N, 27.00

BROWN, LITA M 8833.25

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BROWN, NORMAN L 17983.45

BROWN, ROBERT B 1176.88

BROWN, FvOTIi 92.36

BROWN, SANDRA 58.13

BROWN , O I RG I N i: A 39.38

BRUNEAU, MARII...YN 39.38

BYR^'E MARK S 38.00

CA!.,.!.. , RANDAL..!.. W <• 38.00

CAMRANEI...LA, MARGARET A 225.98

GARRENTER, JAMES P 38.00

CART'ER, FORREST E 11682.24

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EATON . i-<OSi:::MAr-:Y !•!
EATON :> 81-IANNON E
EATON , STACY
EATON. STEI - 'l-!i;rN E
EATON, TIMOTHY L
ELLIOT, MARY
EMERSON, RICHARD M.
EMONDv !i[-::NRY R
EALCONER , DOF^IS
EA!...CONER, JAME?;> C
EAUAEORA JAMES
EEl.CH CHARI...ES
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EUL.l.ER, JAMES L!
GALLAGHER, MICLIAEL. 'T'
GARAND, IVIANN
GOL.DTl-IHAITE, ...tAMES M
GOSN!SL.t... , ANTH-'-flW
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MILLS. ..JUDITH M
MTI...1...S;. RICHARD M
MOFEAT . iJURnTHY
MOONOnGIAN. Cv-IENDOLYN 1"
MOnRE ^ .JEAN S
MOORE . .JON
MOORE ? RODERT S
MOSUnECI. JOBEF'}-! S
MUSUMECI? ROBERT' JF'' .
NEJiJEAL! V .JAM!;"S W .
NEUIEI.J... DANIEL. W
N I CHOI. SON . DOROTHY
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OMEARA, franc; IS
OVERKA. STERl IAN D
RAGE, HOWARD C III
PERKINS, CAROL.. I...
PERKINS, CHERYL E
PERKINS. CiiRTCTINE C^
PERKINS, DEBI"<A J
PERKINS. EARL
PERKINS, RAYENOL.D B
PERK IN?;?, R!.1SSE!..L.. W
PETIT, -..!ANINE R
PICKARD, EDWARl! L
PIKE ...»AMES H
PITTS, GARY
POL I TO, CHARL.ES ..IR.>

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F'F^ESTON , SANDRA
QI.JINN, RODERT E
RANDALL, ANTHONY T
RANDAL.L, EDITH
RANDALL.., LiERDERT M
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F^OSS, GFiljRGF;: !...
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ROWE, ...if;:rry

SAMARAS. ZOIE
SANDOFvN, EMIL.Y A
SANBORN, F-'ETI:J-".:

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WALKER, MELISSA G
WEARE, F:UEivETT A
WEARE. MARGARET B
WELSH, .JOHN SR
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