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little business and a small population, to a town second to none in services and a place
every business wants to be.

I have seen tarred roads with gutters developed into asphalt roadways with modem
drainage systems Roads which used to be sanded and salted by hand are done now with j
automatic spreaders The highway facility has grown from an inventory of one truck and a*
garage bay to a fourteen bay complex with a state-of-the-art fleet of vehicles and
equipment.

We as a town have come far and that is because the people of Seabrook have been kind
to the departments, giving us the means to update and improve, that which I am very
thankfijl for. 1 am also thankllil for the support the people have showTi at the polls,
electing me each year.

The future will always seem bright for me new visions are at work for new and better
ways It has been an honor to know I was part of the past and a part of the positive
growl h.

I wish to thank all who have worked with m^both employees and Selectmen, as we
have accomplished many, many things which we can all be proud of

I am looking forward to a near future retirement Again, I would like to say thank you
to the Town of Seabrook and all the wonderful people.

Respectfully submitted,
Vernon G "Mushy" Dow



58



SEWER PROJECT REPORT - 1994

The Sewer Project is on schedule and within budget with
the wastewater treatment plant to be operational by the 4th
quarter of 1995.

A total of nine contracts have been awarded, with one
more remaining sewer contract to be bid. Contracts #1 and
#3 are complete. Sewer contract #2, uptown and Route 1, is
50% complete. Contract #4, the wastewater treatment plant,
is 60% complete. Contract #5, major pump stations, will
commence in early 1995. Contract #6, ocean outfall pipe,
will commence in early 1995. Contract #7, the beach, is 70%
complete. Contract #8, uptown and Route 1, will commence in
early 1995. Contract #9, west side of Town, will commence
in early 1995. Contract #10, various sites, to be bid in
spring 1995.

The following are some facts about the Seabrook Sewer
Project :

1) New 1,800,000 gallons per day wastewater treatment
plant on Wright's Island;

2) 16 sewerage pump stations

2 storm drain pump stations

3) 43 miles of main line sewers

+24 miles of house connection sewers
67 miles total

4) 40 miles of newly paved roads.

5) Total cost - $55 million

The Town Sewer Office continues to coordinate with the
local school bus companies to provide weekly construction
schedule information to the bus drivers.

Any complaints from residents can be directed to the
sewer office at 474-5601. These complaints will be
documented and processed through the appropriate parties.

Sewer connections to individual residences and
businesses will commence in the spring of 1995. This work
will start in the south end of the Town and continue north
to uptown and, in 1996, to the west end. However, final
connnections into the the new sewer will not be made until
the wastewater treatment plant is operational in the last
quarter of 1995.

The Town would like to thank the residents for their
patience and cooperation thus far in the project. We
anticipate that 1995 will be the year with the most
construction activity. Therefore we would ask that the
public continue to observe directions provided by signs
and/or flagmen in the construction zones. Public safety
remains a priority in this ongoing project.

Respectfully, submitted

John C. Dold, Project Manager



59



PAGE 1 OF 3
FOR THE MUNICIPALITY OF



DR.



TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT MS-61

SEABROOK YEAR ENDING DECE31BER 31. 1994



UNCOLLECTED TAXES
-BEG. OF YEAR*:

Property Taxes

Resident Taxes
Land Use Change
Yield Taxes
Utilities

TAXES COMMITTED
-THIS YEAR:

Property Taxes

Resident Taxes

Land Use Change

Yield Taxes

Utilities
CHECK FEES

OVERPAYMENT :

Property Taxes

Resident Taxes
Land Use Change
Yield Taxes



Interest Collected
on Delinquent Tax

Collected Resident
Tax Penalties

TOTAL DEBITS



Levy for
Year of this
Report


PRIOR LEVIES
(Please specify years)


1994


1993

$10,602,938.85






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^22,681,882.00




xxxxxxxxxxxxx


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xxxxxxxxxxxxx


xxxxxxxxxxxxxx






xxxxxxxxxxxxx


xxxxxxxxxxxxxx


224.50




xxxxxxxxxxxxx


xxxxxxxxxxxxxx






xxxxxxxxxxxxx


xxxxxxxxxxxxxx


30.00




xxxxxxxxxxxxx


xxxxxxxxxxxxxx


6,448.00


3,777.85






































1,967.73


19,231.01














^22,690,552.23


^10,625,947.71


$


$



*This amount should be the same as last year's ending balance. If not,
please explain.



60



PAGE 2 OF 3
FOR THE MUNICIPALITY OF



TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT MS- 61

SEABROOK YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1994



CR.

REMITTED TO TREAS .
DURING FY:

Property Taxes

Resident Taxes

Land Use Change

Yield Taxes

Utilities

Interest

Penalties
CHECK FEES



Discounts Allowed:

Abatements Made:

Property Taxes

Resident Taxes
Land Use Change
Yield Taxes
Utilities
Curr.Levy Deeded

UNCOLLECTED TAXES
-END OF YEAR:

Property Taxes

Resident Taxes
Land Use Change
Yield Taxes
Utilities

TOTAL CREDITS



Levy for
Year of this
Report



1994



12,484.403.58



224.50



1,967.73



30.00



142.00



10,203,784.42



5 22,690,552.23



PRIOR LEVIES
(Please specify years)



1993



10,605,538.70



19,231.01



1,178.00



-0-



10,625,947.71
61 ^



TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT
PAGE 3 OF 3
FOR THE MUNICIPALITY OF SEABROOK



DR.

Unredeemed Liens
Balance at Beg.
of Fiscal Yr.

Liens Executed
During Fiscal Yr ,

Interest & Costs
Coll. After Lien
Execution

OVERPAYMENT REFUND



TOTAL DEBITS



CR.

REMITTANCE TO
TREASURER:

Redemptions

Int . /Costs(After
Lien Execution)



Abatements of
Unredeemed Taxes



Liens Deeded

To Municipalities

Unredeemed Liens
Bal. End of Year



TOTAL CREDITS



MS-61
YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1994



Last Year ' s
Levy


PRIOR LEVIES
(Please specify years)


1993

$


1992

$ 89,788.97


1991

$ 62,781.47


1990

$ 545.46


139,705.05








4,323.48


8,451.60


23,995.24


68.82




19.93






















$ 144,028.53


$ 98,260.50


$ 86,776.71


$ 614.28




57,632.12


34,425.79


61,692.77


220.27


4,323.48


8,451.60


23,995.24


68.82


























238.32


241.42


274.26


158.30


339.14


282.42


350.06




81,495.47


54,859.27


464.38


166.89


$ 114,028.53


$ 98,260.50


$ 86,776.71


$ 614.28



If you are a tax sale municipality, please use the alternate page 3,

Does your municipality commit taxes on a semi-annual basis (RSA
76: 15-a)? yes



TAX COLLECTOR'S SIGNATURE ":/juLiixi.i.<^ A- /%u ;^.-^' DATE: December 31, 19



94



62



TOWN OF SEABROOK, NEW HAMPSHIRE
YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1994
STATEMENT OF TOWN CLERK'S ACCOUNTS FOR FISCAL YEAR

MOTOR VEHICLE, TITLE & STATE DECAL FEES: $682,782.50

107 MARRIAGE LICENSE FEES: 4,815.00

DOG LICENSE FEES: 3,756.50

VITAL STATISTICS FEES: 10,345.29

BAD CHECK FEES: 200.00

ELECTION FEES: 10.00



RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED ;




rLCQ^



^ yiyyL<iJlJ



j/js^Snia l. small

TOWn\lERK of SEABROOK, NH.



$701,909.29



63



TREASURER '5 REPORT 1994



FROH LOCAL TAXES:
CURRENT YEAR
Property Taxes
Interest on Property Taxes
Yield Tax



$ 12,484,403.58
1,967.73



l.',48t,S9S.81



PRIOR YEAR:

Property Taxes

Interest

Tax Sales Redeemed

Interest i Costs



10,605,538.70

19,231.01

153,970.95

36,839,14



10,815,579.80



FROH STATE:

Revenue Sharing Distribution

Highway Block Grant Aid

Grant-Recreation Food Program

Railroad Tax

Emergency Hanagement



149,282.35

80,887.70

8,347.00

246.25

18,900.08



257,663.38



FROH LOCAL SOURCES:

Ambulance Fees 5,470.00

Board of Adjustment Fees 753.00

Building Permit Fees 8,496.00

Business Licenses, Permits 4 Filing Fees 18,310.54

Cablevision Royalties 1993 9,322.79

Dog Fines 860.00

Dog License Fees 3, 75b. 50

Dump Licenses & Tickets 8,432.50

Dump-Recycled Materials 5,036.43

Fire Hire 23,680.82

Fireworks Licenses 50,000.00

Interest on Deposits 223,609.90

Insurance Dividends ^ Reimbursements 25,803.45

Harriages, Deaths, Ch.Hort. & Titles 15,160.29

hisc. Receipts 11,446.01

Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 682,782.50

Parking Fines 11,448.40

Payroll-Sewer 214,884.10

Payroll-Water Department 190,686.25

Pistol Permit Fees 1,460.00

Planning Board Fees 6,282.00

Police Auction 18,015.75

Police Hire 17,172.26

Police Restitution i Hisc. 2,721.66

Recoveries Town Poor 3,899.24

Recreation Department 12,104.05

Reimbursements 73,838.22

Rent of Town Property 550.00

Sale of Cemetery Plots 7,250.00

Sale of Copies, Reporr.s, Books i Etc. 1,648.45

Sale of Town Property 1,110.00

Unlawful Possession of Alcoholic 6ev. 3,144.00

Yankee Greyhound Racing 113,150.00

64



1,772,285.11



CZM Grant-5and Dunes Art«19-1993


50,000.00




Sanborn School Art 120-1993


141,051.77


191,051.77


OTHER FINANCING SOURCES;






Agreeient-Richdale Cleanup


5,000.00




Interest Ceietery Trust Funds


341.03


5,341.03


TOTAL RECEIPTS FROM ALL SOURCES




25.528,516.90


Balance 01-01-94




2,537,113.62


GRAND TOTAL




28,065,630.52


Less Total Payaents




20,604,839.81


Transfer to Sewer Account Art 118-1993




5,000,000.00


Balance on Hand 12-31-94




2,460,790.71


PROOF OF BALANCE




Balance as per bank statement (Shawiut Bank,


NA)


822,072.07


Deposits not credited




317,048.94



SEUER FUND



1,139,121.01
Less Outstanding Checks (339,692.99)



Checking Account (NH) 799,428.02

Checking Account (MA) 20,517.44

Preiiui Money Market 65,224.63

NH Public Deposit Investaent Pool 1,575,620.62



2,460,790.71



Balance 01/01/94 10,188,382.30

Receipts:

Interest Earned Checking Acct-Shawsut Bk 3,349.14

Interest Earned Money Market-Shawiut Bk 94,473.43

Interest Earned Money Market-Merrill Ly. 18.49

Investient Int.-NHPOP-Sewer Fund 200,397.47

Investaent Int-NHPDP-Bond Proceeds 116,713.64

Sewer Bond Proceeds 28,000,000.00

Sewer Bond Proceeds-Preaiua 61,041.45

Sewer Bond Proceeds-Overnight Repro 3,117.89

Interest-Retainage Escrow Acct 19,809.27

Interest Earned on Treasury Bills 34,747.81

Insurance Claia 1,452.46

Return of Deposit 65.00

Transferred froi Gen. Fund (Art. 1118-1993) 5,000,000.00



33,535,186.05 43,723,568.35
Payaents:
Manifests 14,425,967.79



Balance on Hand 12-31-94 29,297,600.56

Respectfully subaitted,

Carol L. Perkins, Treas.
65



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67



TOWN OF SEABROOK, NH
GENERAL FUND BUDGET REPORT
FISCAL YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1994



ACCOUNT TITLE



TOTAL
APPROPRIATION



YEAR TO DATE
EXPENDITURES



UNEXPENDED
BALANCE



EXECUTIVE

Board of Selectmen

Personnel

Meetings i Conferences

Mileage ReiRbursement

Expense Reimbursement

Food/Meals

Town Manager/Admin. Assistant

Personnel

Office Supplies

Telephone

Books 4 Subscriptions

Copier Supplies

Postage

Dues i Meabership

Tuition/Education

Advertising

Meetings & Conferences

Auto Allowance

Mileage Reimbursement

Expense Reimbursement

Uellnes Program

New Equipment

Equipment Rental

Audit Services

Printing

Other Contract Services

Other Professional Services

Engineering Services

Trustee of Trust Funds
Personnel



ELECTION, REGIST. X VITAL STAT.

Town Clerk

Personnel

Telephone

Stationery/Paper

Binding

Postage

Dues i Membership

Meetings i Conferences

Mileage Reimbursement

Dog Licenses i Tags



13,000.00
660.00
300.00
250.00
200.00



144,601.00

3,500.00

5,000.00

817.00

1,000.00

5,500.00

14,121.00

1,000.00

1,500.00

1,080.00

0.00

831.00

200.00

500.00

700.00

450.00

10,000.00

5,650.00

8,000.00

12,000.00

2,000.00



500.00
233,360.00



97,782.00

800.00

100.00

1,500.00

100.00

70.00

1,200.00

350.00

200.00



13,000.00

60.00

348.87

33.95

0.00



143,450.20

2,573.93

5,676.59

1,188.81

1,184.40

7,197.32

12,737.68

890.00

2,149.51

295.00

450.00

977.04

433.89

113.00

1,376.00

342.00

10,450.00

5,719.00

8,000.00

14,740.10

2,891.25



500.00
236,778.54



98,386.68

472.71

29.00

1,594.00

160.00

45.00

418.00

213.48

409.26



0.00
600.00
(48.87;
216.05
200.00



1,150.80
926.07
(676.59;

(371. 8i;
(184. 4o;

(1,697.32;
1,383.32
110.00
(649. 5i;
785.00

(450. oo;

(146.04)
(233.89;

387.00
(676.00;

108.00
(450.00]

(69.00)
0.00
[2.740.10)
(891.25)



0.00

;3,418.54)



1604.68)
327.29

71.00
(94.00)
(60.00)

25.00

782.00

136.52

; 209.26)



Town Clerk (cont'd)








Red Book/Motor Vehicle F


1,000.00


0.00


1,000.00


New Equipment


500.00


251.27


248.73


Printing


1,000.00


750.00


250.00


Professional Expense


1,000.00


0.00


1,000.00


Elections I Registrations








Personnel


12,895.00


11,007.38


1,887.62


Office Supplies


400.00


0.00


400.00


Advertising


400.00


360.80


39.20


Mileage Reimbursement


150.00


0.00


150.00


Food/Heals


560.00


559.94


0.06


Other Contract Services


1,595,00


225.50


1,369.50




121,602.00


114,883.02


6,718.98


FINANCIAL AOMINISTRATION








Budget Committee








Personnel


1,100.00


891.73


208.27


Office Supplies


140.00


173.56


(33.56)


Stationery/Paper


25.00


0.00


25.00


Postage


25.00


0.00


25.00


Advertising


150.00


136.87


13.13


Expense Reimbursement


50.00


0.00


50.00


Food/Heals


950.00


383.93


566.07


Finance Department








Personnel


62,626.00


62,391.72


234.28


Stationery/Paper


600.00


425.00


175.00


Books i Subscriptions


550.00


536.25


13.75


Dues J Membership


70.00


60.00


10.00


Tuition/Education


1,000.00


1,100.20


(100.20)


Meetings & Conferences


150.00


95.00


55.00


Mileage Reimbursement


500.00


311.88


188.12


New Equipment


0.00


50.00


(50.00)


Printing


250.00


0.00


250.00


Tax Collections








Personnel


45,266.00


44,875.97


390.03


Telephone


800.00


506.18


293.82


Binding


100.00


0.00


100.00


Postage


4,000.00


2,433.72


1,566.28


Dues i Membership


35.00


15.00


20.00


Meetings J Conferences


1,000.00


498.35


501.65


Mileage Reimbursement


300.00


404.80


(104.80)


Expense Reimbursement


100.00


102.08


(2.08)


New Equipment


250.00


203.25


46.75


Printing


1,000.00


531.00


469.00


Other Professional Services


2,000.00


868.70


1,131.30


Assessing Department








Personnel


96,042.00


89,738.58


6,303.42


Telephone


700.00


563.85


136.15


Stationery/Paper


150.00


15.98


134.02


Books i Subscriptions


400.00


440.90


(40.90)


Dues & Memberships


200.00
69


175.00


25.00



Assessing Departnent (cont'd]

Tuition/Education

Meetings J Conferences

Mileage Reiabursement

Expense Reimburseroent

Food/Meals

Photography Supplies

New Equipment

Printing

Other Contract Services

Other Professional Services

Data Processing
Computer Supplies
New Equipment
Equipment Maintenance
Data Processing



LEGAL

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
Social Security
NH Retirement System
Deferred Compensation
Unemployment Compensation
Workmen's Compensation
Health Insurance



3,500.00


771.24


2,728.76


400.00


75.00


325.00


1,200.00


296.24


903.76


1,500.00


539.13


960.87


200.00


104.45


95.55


150.00


0.00


150.00


600.00


1,252.50


(652.50)


1,500.00


700.00


800.00


10,000.00


2,120.00


7,880.00


40,000.00


33,179.27


6,820.73


1,870.00


2,257.90


(387.90)


2,700.00


3,695.41


(995.41)


2,400.00


2,436.60


(36.60)


2,375.00


1,976.20


398.80


288,924.00


257,333.44


31,590.56


105,000.00


100,773.70


4,226.30


146,000.00


158,407.04


(12,407.04)


106,257.00


92,110.27


14,146.73


62,500.00


65,187.19


(2,687.19)


22,346.00


17,049.73


5,296.27


50,000.00


14,718.00


35,282.00


529,335.00


502,127.25


27,207.75


916,438.00


849,599.48


66,838.52



PLANNING 4 ZONING

Planning Board

Personnel

Advertising

Meetings i Conferences

Mileage Reimbursement

Food/Meals

Printing

Other Professional Services

Board of Adjustment

Personnel

Books i Subscriptions

Advertising

Meetings J Conferences

Mileage Reimbursement

Food/Meals

New Equipment

Printing

Other Professional Services



2,072.00


891.08


1,180.92


1,000.00


800.80


199.20


200.00


0.00


200.00


200.00


84.56


115.44


850.00


552.65


297.35


1,500.00


539.38


960.62


10,000.00


14,210.54


(4,210.54)


1,841.00


1,611.66


229.34


100.00


0.00


100.00


800.00


422.40


377.60


500.00


140.00


360.00


50.00


30.90


19.10


0.00


349.17


(349.17)


0.00


245.00


(245.00)


100.00


35.00


65.00


600.00


0.00


600.00


19,813.00


19,913.14


(100.14)



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GENERAL GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS
Town Hall

Personnel 15,500.00 15,856.82 (356.82)

Mileage Reimburseuent 100.00 323.12 (223.12)

Natural Gas 0.00 356.44 (356.44)

Electricity 18,270.00 17,021.67 1,248.33

Gasoline 0.00 28.53 (28.53)

Electrical Supplies 500.00 344.14 155.86

Carpentry Supplies 100.00 62.94 37.06

Custodial Supplies 1,000.00 354.85 645.15

Unifoms/Clothing 200.00 299.28 (99.28)

Hand Tools 50.00 6.74 43.26

Landscaping Materials 100.00 685.02 (585.02)

New Equipment 300.00 1,833.57 (1,533.57)

Equipment Maintenance 3,000.00 2,716.87 283.13

Building Maintenance 7,772.00 11,821.07 (4,049.07)

Other Contract Services 2,000.00 2,775.00 (775.00)

Painting 500.00 45.12 454.88

Public Uorks Garage

Fuel Oil 7,000.00 7,873.99 (873.99)

Electricity 3,000.00 2,752.33 247.67

New Equipment 2,500.00 273.40 2,226.60

Building Maintenance 1,000.00 6,600.28 (5,600.28)

Other Contract Services 500.00 4,154.55 (3,654.55)

Police Station

Personnel 27,963.00 27,534.66 428.34

Natural Gas X Bottled 7,000.00 5,553.28 1,446.72

Electricity 14,178.00 13,793.64 384.36

Electrical Supplies 400.00 245.87 154.13

Plumbing Supplies 100.00 113.75 (13.75)

Carpentry Supplies 200.00 212.77 (12.77)

Custodial Supplies 2,000.00 2,115.02 (115.02)

Medical Supplies 50.00 0.00 50.00

Unifoms/Clothing-Janitor 250.00 199.00 51.00

Food/Meals - Prisoners 500.00 457.96 42.04

Photography Supplies 400.00 334.23 65.77

Hand Tools (Small) 100.00 170.85 (70.85)

Landscaping Materials 1,100.00 736.83 363.17

New Equipment 1,500.00 1,764.76 (264.76)

Painting 590.00 313.22 276.78

Equipment Maintenance 2,000.00 2,103.51 (103.51)

Building Maintenance 5,400.00 6,466.14 (1,066.14)

Grounds Maintnenance 200.00 475.56 (275.56)

Other Contract Service 16,000.00 14,323.12 1,676.88

Fire Station

Fuel Oil 500.00 0.00 500.00

Natural Gas & Bottled 8,420.00 5,989.29 2,430.71

Electricity 9,500.00 8,451.56 1,048.44

Electrical Supplies 500.00 38.61 461.39

Plumbing Supplies 500.00 76.04 423.96

Carpentry Supplies 500.00 28.69 471.31

Custodial Supplies 2,000.00 2,113.72 (113.72)

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Fire Station (cont'd)

Custodial Supplies

Hand Tools

Chemicals

Landscaping Materials

New Equipment

Building Maintenance

Grounds Maintenance

Other Professional Services

Community Center
Personnel
Advertising
Mileage Reimbursement
Natural Gas i Bottled
Electricity
Gasoline

Electrical Supplies
Plumbing Supplies
Carpentry Supplies
Custodial Supplies
Uniforms/Clothing
Hand Tools
Chemicals

Landscaping Materials
New Equipment
Equipment Maintenance
Building Haintnenance
Grounds Maintnenance
Rubbish Disposal

Mosquito Control Bldg

Carpentry Supplies 200.00 51.60 148.40

Solid Waste Bldg
Electricity
Building Maintenance



CEMETERIES

Personnel

Electricity

Custodial Supplies

Uniforms/Clothing

Hand Tools

Chemicals

Hater Pipe

Landscaping Materials

New Equipment

Fencing

Equipment Maintenance

Other Professional Services



2,000.00


2,113.72


(113.72


300.00


180.55


119.45


300.00


285.43


14.57


500.00


47.30


452.70


500.00


16.52


483.48


3,500.00


2,511.71


988.29


2,500.00


195.78


2,304.22


1,000.00


740.00


260.00


51,034.00


48,158.90


2,875.10


135.00


0.00


135.00


75.00


51.52


23.48


7,500.00


7,118.44


381.56


18,000.00


16,402.81


1,597.19


50.00


0.00


50.00


650.00


493.08


156.92


115.00


53.28


61.72


150.00


387.08


(237.08


2,065.00


2,178,80


(113.80


290.00


200.00


90.00


100.00


38.35


61.65


1,288.00


1,357.00


(69.00


492.00


300.00


192.00


3,725.00


3,840.83


(115.83


2,850.00


3,995.80


(1,145.80


10,000.00


13,047.37


(3,047.37


3,500,00


805.49


2,694.51


2,498.00


2,498.40


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