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ANNUAL REPORTS of the



TOWN of SEABROOK



New Hampshire

1994




Common Island



Seabrook, N.H.



For the Year Ending December 31st

As Compiled by the Town Officers



Scabrook




New Hampshire



TOWN REPORT COVER



This is an original drawing of the Seabrook Clam
Flats on Common Island which was done by:

PETER A. SANBORN, JR. OF SEABROOK, NH.



The Board of Selectmen thought it appropriate and
agreed that the clam flats, which had been closed for
several years and just reopened in the fall of 1994, be
pictured on our 1994 Town Report cover.

We wish to thank Mr. Sanborn for this work and the
accompanying "digga" sketch above. Mr. Sanborn is a
lifelong resident of Seabrook.



ANNUAL REPORTS of the

TOWN of SEABROOK

New Hampshire



For the Year Ending December 31st



1994



As Compiled by the Town Officers



DEDICATION

The Seabrook Board of Selectmen wishes to take this
opportunity to dedicate the 1994 town report to the men and
women of Seabrook who have made their living from the sea.
For most of its 226 or more years, Seabrook' s marine
industry has been the lifeblood of our community. It is
therefore only fitting that we should take the time to
recognize the valuable contributions they have made to our
town. Whether it be fishing, clamming, lobstering,
shucking, selling or whatever, all are a part and parcel of
our heritage and we salute those who participate in it.
And, to those who have given their lives to the sea, a
special tribute to them and their families.




Fishing boats in Seabrook Harbor
Photo by Peter Randall



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Assessing Department

Audit

Beach Village District

Board of Selectmen &
Town Manager

Brown Library

Financial Report

Budget Proposal - 1994

Building Inspector

Debt Schedule

Emergency Management

Encumbered Special Articles

Fire Department
Ambulance
Deputy Fire Chief
Fire Chief
Fire Report

Health Department

Mosquito Control

Payroll

Planning Board

Police Department
Police Chief
Statistics

Property - Town Owned

Public Works Department
Road Agent

Recount Results

Recreation Commission
Old Home Days
Volunteer of the Year



CONTENTS
39 Scholarship Funds Committee
Sewer Project



84
57

34



Solid Waste/Recycling
Committee

Statement of Appropriations



42

59

42





and Expenditures


66


47






48


Statement of Payments


68


Insert


Street Lighting


38


41


Summary of Valuation


40


81


Tax Collector


60


43


Tax Dollar Distribution


40


s 79


Town Clerk






Statement of Accounts


63


45


Town Election Results


5


44






44


Town Meeting Minutes


6


45








Town Office Hours


4


46








Town Officials


1


49








Treasurer


64


90








Trust Funds


83


54


Vital Statistics






Births


95


50


Deaths


100


51


Marriages


97


35


Warrant - 1994


Insert


55


Water Department


87


58


Statement of Receipts






and Appropriations


89


33








Welfare Department


56



52
53
53



TOWN OF SEABROOK
TOWN OFFICIALS - 1994



OFFICIALS - APPOINTED

TOWN MANAGER

E. Russell Bailey



POLICE CHIEF

Paul J. Cronin

BUILDING INSPECTOR/HEALTH OFFICER

Robert S . Moore

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT DIRECTOR

Norman L . Brown

WELFARE AGENT

James C. Falconer

SEWER PROJECT MANAGER

John Do Id



WATER SUPERINTENDENT

Warner B. Knowles

APPRAISER

Robert F . Quinn

RECREATION DIRECTOR

Sandra L. Beaudoin

MOSQUITO CONTROL SUPERVISOR

Lee G. Brooks

ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER

Jeffrey J. Baillargeon

OFFICIALS - ELECTED/APPOINTED

SELECTMEN AND ASSESSORS

Asa H. Knowles, Jr.
Elizabeth A. Thibodeau
Burwell E. Pike

TAX COLLECTOR

Lillian Knowles

TOWN CLERK

Virginia Small

TREASURER

Carol Perkins

ROAD AGENT

Vernon G. Dow

FIRE CHIEF

Jerry W. Brown

CONSTABLES

Edward M. Cerasi



Three Year Term

Expiration Date
Expiration Date
Expiration Date

Three Year Term

Expiration Date

Three Year Term

Expiration Date

Three Year Term

Expiration Date

Three Year Term

Expiration Date

Three Year Term

Expiration Date

One Year Term

Expiration Date



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1995 . . .Elected
1996 . . .Elected



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1996 . . .Elected
1995. . .Elected
1995 . . .Elected
1995 . . .Elected



Jason J. Janvrin
John L. Randall

TRUSTEE OF TRUST FUNDS

Everett C. Strangman, Jr.
Bruce G. Brown
Gary K. Fowler

MEMBERS OF THE PLANNING BOARD

Joseph M. Jones (C)

Michael J. Cawley

Roy M. Kirkpatrick

Ivan Q. Eaton JR.

Robert B . Brown

William Moore Jr. Alternate

Mark S. Eaton Alternate

Elizabeth A. Thibodeau (Sel.Rep)

MEMBERS OF THE BUDGET COMMITTEE

Richard N. Thurlow

Charles A. Polito

Richard J. Keefe

Donna L. Smith

Faye M. Eaton

Roy M. Kirkpatrick

Burwell E. Pike,

Timothy F. Willis, Beach Representative

James I. Fuller, School Representative



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BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT

Charles M. Kaslow
James C. Falconer
Mary Souther
Roy Kirkpatrick
Robert Lebold
William E. Kelley
Gretchen Kirkpatrick
Leah Douglas



(Alt.
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PARK COMMISSIONERS Three Year Term

Ralph D, Marshall Expiration Date 1996 ... Elected

Rosemary H. Eaton Expiration Date 1995 ... Elected

Forrest E. Carter Expiration Date 1997 ... Elected

POLLUTION CONTROL COMMITTEE (FORMERLY - SEWER COMMITTEE)

Bruce G . Brown Appointed

Willard F. Boyle Appointed

Lydia M. Gould Appointed

Edward G . Maguire Appointed

Priscilla L. Palazzo Appointed

Ivan Q. Eaton Sr Appointed

Robert F. Quinn, Appraiser

Warner B. Knowles, Water Superintendent

Robert S. Moore, Health Officer

SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE (FORMERLY - RECYCLING COMMITTEE)

Donna L . Smith Appointed

Richard J. Keefe Appointed

Richard N. Thurlow Appointed

William E. Kelley Appointed

Francis T. Def rates Appointed

Suzanne P. Manzi Appointed

Warner B. Knowles, Water Superintendent

Tracy Dow Appointed



James I . Fuller Appointed

CITIZENS PETITIONERS ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Bruce G. Brown Expiration Date 1996 .. .Appointed

James C. Falconer Expiration Date 1995 .. .Appointed

Eric N. Small Expiration Date 1997 .. .Appointed

TRUSTEES OF LIBRARY

Paul M. Kelley Expiration Date 1996 ... Elected

Eric N. Small Expiration Date 1995 ... Elected

Elinor P. Mawson , Expiration Date 1995 .. .Resigned

BROWN LIBRARY

Elizabeth G. Heath, Director Appointed

Joyce A. Fry, Library Assistant Appointed

Anne Ferreira, Children' s Librarian Appointed

Suzanne Weinrech, Circulation Librarian Appointed

Sharon Rafferty, Serials & Tech. Services Librarian Appointed



SUPERVISORS OF CHECK LIST

Bruce G. Brown
Richard L. Fowler
Gary K. Fowler



Six Year Term

Expiration Date 1998 .. .Elected

Expiration Date 1996 ... Elected

Expiration Date 2000 .. .Elected



MODERATOR

Charles H. Felch, Sr.

Rob T. Brown, Assistant Moderator.

John G. DeMarco, Assistant Moderator.

REPRESENTATIVE TO GENERAL COURT

Charles H. Felch, Sr.

Benjamin E. Moore

E. Albert Weare



Two Year Term

Expiration Date



1996.



Two Year Term

Expiration Date 1996

Expiration Date 1996

Expiration Date 1996



.Elected

.Appointed

.Appointed

.Elected
.Elected
.Elected



CONSERVATION COMMISSION

Charles H. Felch Sr.



Expiration Date



1997. . .Appointed



CABLE FRANCHISE COMMITTEE

Tracey J. Dow
James C. Falconer
Charles A. Poll to
William E. Kelley
Robert V. Tiffany



Expiration Date 1995

Expiration Date 1995

Expiration Date 1995

Expiration Date 1995

Expiration Date 1995



. Appointed
.Appointed
.Appointed
.Appointed
.Appointed



Expiration Date



RECREATION COMMISSION

Charlotte M. Dow

Elliot L. Eaton

Salvatore Rubera

Vernon R. Small Expiration Date

Asa H. Knowles, Selectmen's Representative
Rosemary H. Eaton, Parks Department Representative



1997,
1995



.Appointed
.Appointed
.Appointed
.Appointed



FENCE VIEWERS

Bruce G . Brown Appointed

Frederick L. Moulton, Jr Appointed

Warner B . Knowles Appointed

STREET LIGHT COMMITTEE

E . Albert Weare Appointed

Marion B . Kinlock Appointed

Charles M. Kaslow Appointed



HOUSING AUTHORITY

Frederick L. Moulton, Jr.



Expiration Date



1996 . . .Appointed



Paul M. Kelley Expiration Date 1997 .. .Appointed

Charles H. Felch, Sr. Expiration Date 1996 .. .Appointed

Joseph X. O'Neail Expiration Date 1998 .. .Appointed

Oliver W. Fowler Expiration Date 1995... Appointed

HIGHWAY SAFETY COMMITTEE

Willard Boyle Appointed

E . Albert Weare Appointed

Paul J. Cronin, Police Department Representative
Vernon G. Dow, Highway Department Representative

SCHOLARSHIP FUND COMMITTEE

Arnold D. Knowles Expiration Date 1996 .. .Appointed

Vernon R. Small Expiration Date 1995 .. .Appointed

SEABROOK BEACH COMMISSIONERS

Timothy F. Willis Appointed

Thomas E . Battles Appointed

Robert L. Townsend Appointed

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT - BEACH

Thomas E. Battles Appointed

Mary J. Elliot Appointed

Louis E . Janos Appointed

Charles M. Kaslow Appointed

John F . Lannon Appointed

Mary P . Vivenzio Appointed

BUILDING INSPECTOR - BEACH

Timothy F. Willis Resigned

Charles Kaslow Appointed

COMMUNITY ACTION (CAP)

Steven Thompson, Area Director



TOWN OFFICES - HOURS AND TELEPHONE NUMBERS

OFFICE HOURS PHONE

Selectmen 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 474-3311

Town Manager 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 4 74-32 52

Town Clerk 9:00-12:30 - 1:00-4:00 474-3152

Tax Collector 9:00-12:30 - 1:00-4:00 474-9881

Treasurer 9:00-12:30 - 1:00-4:00 474-3311

Appraiser 8:00-12:30 - 1:00-4:00 474-2966

Water 8:00-12:30 - 1:00-4:00 474-9921

Building Inspector 8:00-12:30 - 1:00-4:00 474-3871

Health Officer 8:00-12:30 - 1:00-4:00 474-3871

Welfare 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. 474-8931

Sewer Proj . Manager 8:00-12:30 - 1:00-4:00 474-5601

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TOWN OF SEABROOK, NEW HAMPSHIRE
RESULTS OF TOWN ELECTION
MARCH 8, 1994

TOTAL NUMBER OF VOTES CAST: 1618 VOTES

SELECTMEN & ASSESSOR

Maxie D. Brown 271

Ivan Q. Eaton Sr. 136

Roy M. Kirkpatrick 80

Asa H. Knowles Jr. 601

Earlene U. Locke 304

Charles A. Polito Jr. 183

TAX COLLECTOR

Lillian L. Knowles 1338

MODERATOR

Charles H. Felch Sr. 1215

TRUSTEE OF TRUST FUNDS

Everett C. Strangman Jr. 107 6

PARK COMMISSIONER

Forrest E. Carter 1191

MEMBER OF THE PLANNING BOARD Three Year Term (Vote for
Two)

Michael J. Cawley 1077

Leo G. Deschenes 850

Ivan Q. Eaton Jr. 293

MEMBER OF PLANNING BOARD Two Year Term (Vote for One)
Roy M. Kirkpatrick 1043

MEMBER OF PLANNING BOARD One Year Term (Vote for Two)
Michael J. Cawley 943

Ivan Q. Eaton Jr. (Write-in) 53

Robert B. Brown (Write-in) 46

Jeffrey M. Brown (Write-in) 22

MEMBER OF BUDGET COMMITTEE Three Year Term (Vote for Two)
Faye M. Eaton 92 3

Donna L. Smith 913

MEMBER OF BUDGET COMMITTEE Two Year Term (Vote for One)
Roy M. Kirkpatrick 694

Linwood O. Norton 461

TRUSTEE OF LIBRARY Three Year Term (Vote for One)
Elinor P. Mawson 1062

SUPERVISOR OF CHECK-LIST Six Year Term (Vote for One)
Gary K. Fowler 1119



TOWN OF SEABROOK, NEW HAMPSHIRE
TOWN ELECTION
March 8, 1994

Meeting called to order by Moderator Charles H. Felch, Sr.
at 7:10 AM.

Motion by Elizabeth A. Thibodeau, second by Wayne Bowden
to dispense with the reading of Articles 2 - 12 at this
time. Warrant will be read at Adjourned Town Meeting
Thursday night at 7 PM.

Winnacunnet and Elementary School Warrants read.

Ballot Boxes inspected by election workers and declared
free of any foreign material.

The Moderator and Town Clerk will process the Absentee
Ballots at 1 PM. or when convenient.

Absentee Ballots processed by Moderator Charles H. Felch
Sr. and Town Clerk Virginia L. Small at 12:10 PM.

Polls declared closed at 7 PM. by Moderator Charles H.
Felch Sr.

Counting of ballots completed at 1 AM.

Total number of voters on Check-list: 4806

Total number of ballots printed: 5000

Total number of absentee ballots cast: 0049

TOTAL NUMBER OF VOTES CAST: 1618



ELECTION



Bibaud, Heather
Bibaud, Marc
Bowden, Minabell
Boyle, Willard
Bragg, Blanche
Brown, Bruce D. II
Brown, Rob T. Asst. Mod.
Brown, Ruth M.
Bruneau, Marilyn
Campanella, Margaret
Crawford, Mary
Crawford, Robert
DeFrates, Francis
DeMarco, John, Asst. Mod.
DeMarco, Maria C.
Dow, Janet
Dupuis, Pauline
Eaton, Alice P.
Eaton, Diane
Felch, Christine
Fowler, April



WORKERS

Fowler, Bonnie L.
Fowler, June
Hebert, Carol
Humphrey , Gertrude
Janvrin, Donna
Kinlock, Marion
Kirkpatrick, Gretchen
LeJeune, Bernice A.
Lewis, Lois
Marshall, Charlotte
Moffat, Dorothy
Nicholson, Dorothea
Perkins, Carol L.
Perkins, Cheryl
Preston, Sandra
Stockbridge, Cora
Strangman, Sandra
Sturgis, Phila
Thibodeau, Francis
Weare, Everett A.
Wether ington, Margaret



CONSTABLES One Year Term (Vote for Three)

Edward M. Cerasi 947

Jason A. Janvrin 862

John L. Randall 939

Article 2: Are you in favor of the adoption of the
amendment as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town
Zoning Ordinance as follows:

1. Create a new Article XV as follows:

ARTICLE XV
SEXUALLY ORIENTED BUSINESSES

SECTION 1. PURPOSE AND INTENT

It is the purpose of this article to establish
reasonable and uniform regulations to prevent the
concentration of sexually oriented businesses within
the Town of Seabrook; and, it is the intent to
promote the health, safety and general welfare of the
citizens of the Town of Seabrook; and, it is the
intent of this article that the regulations be
utilized to prevent problems of blight and
deterioration which accompany and are brought about
by the concentration of sexually oriented businesses;
and, the provisions of this amendment have neither
the purpose nor the effect of imposing limitation or
restriction on the content of any communicative
materials, including sexually oriented materials;
and, it is not the intent nor effect of this article
to restrict or deny access by adults to sexually
oriented materials protected by the First Amendment,
or to deny access by the distributors and exhibitors
of sexually oriented entertainment to their intended
market; and, neither is it the intent nor effect of
this article to condone or legitimize the
distribution of obscene material.

SECTION 2. PERMITTED LOCATIONS

Sexually oriented businesses shall only be
permitted in Zone 2 provided all regulations,
requirements and restrictions pertaining to that zone
are met, and sexually oriented businesses shall not
be permitted within 1,000 feet of a church or place
of worship, parish house or convent, a public,
parochial or private school, a state approved day
care center, another sexual oriented business, a
sexually oriented business for which a building
permit has been applied for, or 3 00 feet from a
residence, or 500 feet from any establishment in
which minors constitute more than 50% of the patrons
or 500 feet from public sports, recreation park or
500 feet from Town boundaries or 500 feet from



buildings owned by the Town of Seabrook and operated
for government use.

SECTION 3. MEASURE OF DISTANCE

The measure of distance between any sexually
oriented business and other named point of reference
shall be measured in a straight line.

SECTION 4. SITE PLAN APPROVAL

Site Plan Approval by the Seabrook Planning
Board shall be a prerequisite for the establishment
of a sexually oriented business. The Planning Board
may impose reasonable restrictions relative to
buffers, outdoor lighting, signs, parking, egress and
ingress, pedestrian movement, landscaping, building
aesthetics, and measures to ensure that displays of
merchandise conform with NH RSA 571-B.

SECTION 5. NON CONFORMING SEXUALLY ORIENTED
BUSINESSES

Sexually oriented businesses which have been
established at their existing locations prior to the
effective date of this ordinance and which are not in
conformity with the requirements of this ordinance,
may continue to operate. Once established in a
permitted location under this ordinance, a sexually
oriented business operating as a conforming use is
not rendered a non-conforming use by the subsequent
location of:

i) A church or place of worship, parish house or
convent within 1,000 feet;

ii) A state approved day care center within 1,000
feet;

iii) A public sports, recreation park within 500
feet;

iv) A residence within 300 feet

V) A public, parochial or private school within
1,000 feet;

vi) Any establishment in which minors constitute
more than 50% of the patrons within 500 feet; or

vii) The location within 500 feet of such business or
buildings owned by the Town of Seabrook and operated
for government use.



SECTION 6. PUBLIC NUISANCE PER SE

Violation of the use provisions of this
ordinance is declared to be a public nuisance per se,
which shall be abated by the Town by way of civil
abatement procedures.

SECTION 7. LIMITING CLAUSE

Nothing in this ordinance is intended to
authorize, legalize or permit the establishment
operation or maintenance of any business, building or
use which violates any Town of Seabrook ordinance or
statute of the State of New Hampshire regarding
public nuisances, sexual conduct, lewdness, or
obscene or harmful matter or the exhibition or public
display thereof.

SECTION 8. SEVERABILITY

If any section, subsection, sentence, clause,
phrase or any portion of this ordinance is for any
reason held to be invalid or unconstitutional by the
decision of any court of competent jurisdiction, such
decision shall not effect the validity of the
remaining portions of this ordinance. The
legislative body of the Town of Seabrook hereby
declares that it would have adopted this ordinance
and each section, subsection, sentence, clause,
phrase or portion thereof irrespective of the fact
that any one or more sections, subsections,
sentences, clauses, phrases or portions be declared
invalid or unconstitutional.

2. Add the following definitions to Article II of
the Town of Seabrook Zoning Ordinance:

Establ ishment ; means and includes any of the
following for the purposes of Article XV only:

1) The opening or commencement of any
sexually oriented business as a new business;

2) The conversion of an existing business
whether or not a sexually oriented business, to
any sexually oriented business;

3) The relocation of any sexually oriented
business;

4) The substantial enlargement of a
sexually oriented business, which means the
increase in floor areas occupied by the business
by more than 25%, as a floor area exists on the
date of the adoption of this ordinance; or



5) The transfer of ownership or control of
a sexually oriented business, which means and
includes any of the following:

A) the sale, lease, or sublease of
the business;

B) the transfer of securities which
constitute a controlling interest in the
business, whether by sale, exchange or
similar means;

C) the establishment of a trust, gift
or other similar legal device which
transfers the ownership or control of the
business, except for transfer by bequest or
other operation of law upon the death of
the person possessing the ownership or
control.

Sexually Oriented Business: any place of
business in which any of the following activities are
conducted:

1) Adult Bookstore or Adult Video Store:
A business that devotes more than 15% of the
total display, shelf, rack, table, stand or
floor area, utilized for the display and sale of
the following:

A) books, magazines, periodicals, or
other printed matter, or photographs,
films, motion pictures, video cassettes,
slides, tapes, records, CD-ROMs or other
forms of visual or audio representations
which meet the definition of "harmful to
minors" and/or "sexual conduct" as set
forth in NH RSA 571-B:1, or,

B) instruments, devices, or
paraphernalia which are designed for use in
connection with "sexual conduct" as defined
in NH RSA 571-B:1, other than birth control
devices.

An adult bookstore or adult video store does not
include an establishment that sells books or
periodicals as an incidental or accessory part
of its principal stock and trade and does not
devote more than 15% of the total floor area of
the establishment to the sale of books and
periodicals.

2) Adult Motion Picture Theater: An
establishment with a capacity of five or more

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persons, where for any form of consideration,
films, motion pictures, video cassettes, slides
or similar photographic reproductions are shown,
and in which a substantial portion of the total
presentation time is devoted to the showing of
material which meets the definition of "harmful
to minors" and/or "sexual conduct" as set forth
in NH RSA 571-B:1, for observation by patrons.
For the purposes of this ordinance, substantial
portion of the total presentation time shall
mean the presentation of films or shows
described above for viewing on more than seven
days within any 56 consecutive day period.

3) Adult Motion Picture Arcade: Any place
to which the public is permitted or invited
wherein coin or slug operated or electronically,
electrically or mechanically controlled still or
motion picture machines, projectors, or other
image producing devices are maintained to show
images to five or fewer persons per machine at
any one time, in which a substantial portion of
the total presentation time of the images so
displayed is devoted to the showing of material
which meets the definition of "harmful to
minors" and/or "sexual conduct" as set forth in
NH RSA 571-B:1.

4) Adult Drive-In Theater: An open lot or
part thereof, with appurtenant facilities,
devoted primarily to the presentation of motion
pictures, films, theatrical productions and
other forms of visual productions, for any form
of consideration to persons in motor vehicles or
on outdoor seats, in which a substantial portion
of the total presentation time being presented
for observation by patrons is devoted to the
showing of material which meets the definition
of "harmful to minors" and/or "sexual conduct"
as set forth in NH RSA 571-B:1.

5) Adult Cabaret: A nightclub, bar,
restaurant, or similar establishment which
during a substantial portion of the total
presentation time features live performances
which meet the definition of "harmful to minors"
and/or "sexual conduct" as set forth in NH RSA
571-8:1, and/or feature films, motion pictures,
video cassettes, slides or other photographic
reproductions, a substantial portion of the
total presentation time of which is devoted to
showing of material which meets the definition
of "harmful to minors" and/or "sexual conduct"
as set forth in NH RSA 57l-B:l.



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6) Adult Motel: A motel or similar
establishment offering public accommodai:ions for
any form of consideration which provides patrons
with closed circuit television transmissions,
films, motion pictures, video cassettes, slices
or other photographic reproductions a
substantial portion of the total presentation
time of which are distinguished or characterized
by an emphasis upon the depiction of materials
which meet the definition of "harmful to minors"
and/or "sexual conduct" as set forth in NH RSA
571-B:1.

7) Adult Theater: A theater, concert
hall, auditorium or similar establishment,
either indoor or outdoor in nature, which for
any form of consideration, regularly features
live performances, a substantial portion of the
total presentation time of which are
distinguished or characterized by an emphasis on


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