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ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE



TOWN OF SEABROOK



New Hampshire

1995





Transfer/Recycling Station"



SEABROOK, N.H



For the Year Ending December 31st
As Compiled by the Town Officers



TOWN REPORT COVER

The Board of Selectmen thought it appropriate and
agreed that the new Trans for /Recycling Station be pictured
on our 1995 Town Report cover.

The Seabrook DPW began the construction of this 10,000
sq. ft. facility, beginning with the groundbreaking in April
and completed with an open house ceremony on December 16,

1995.



Photo taken by: Mark S. Eaton



ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE

TOWN OF SEABROOK

New Hampshire



For the Year Ending December 31st

1995



As Compiled by the Town Officers



Digitized by the Internet Archive

in 2010 with funding from

Boston Library Consortium IVIember Libraries



http://www.archive.org/details/annualreportsoft1995seab



DEDICATION

The Seabrook Board of Selectmen wishes to take this
opportunity to dedicate the 1995 town report in memory of
the five deceased town employees who served the tovm
faithfully for many years . It is with great pleasure and
privilege that this Board, on behalf of the Town of
Seabrook, gives tribute to the following employees who
passed away in 1995.

IN MEMORIUM



Name of Employee Date of Hire Date of Death



HENRY HARRISON BOYD 10-04-85 11-15-95

Seabrook Community Center

Custodian

NORMAN LEAVITT BROWN, JR. 02-28-83 07-02-95

Seabrook Emergency Management

Director

ROY FRANCIS CROSSLAND 03-31-70 05-13-95

Seabrook Police Department
Police Patrolman
Police Sargeant
Police Chief

ASA HERBERT KNOWLES, III 06-08-93 07-27-95

Seabrook Water Department

Laborer

HORATIO CRANE LATTIME, JR. 05-28-52 06-11-95

Seabrook Fire Department
Firefighter
Fire Chief



Assessing Department

Audit

Beach Village District

Board of Adjustment

Board of Selectmen &
Town Manager



CONTENTS

26
66
43
41

20



Budget Proposal - 1996 Insert

Building Inspector 2 9

Debt Schedule 64

Emergency Management 31

Encumbered Special Articles 63

Fire Department

Ambulance 33

Deputy Fire Chief 32

Fire Chief 32

Fire Report 33



Health Department

Library

Financial Report

Mosquito Control

Payroll

Planning Board

Police Department
Police Chief
Statistics



28

34
35

36

75

30



37
38



Property - Town Owned

By Tax Collector's Deed 22

Purchased 2 5

Public Works Department 73



Scheduled Meetings 21

Scholarship Funds Committee 31

Sewer Project 42

Statement of Appropriations

and Expenditures 50



Statement of Payments

Street Lighting

Summary of Valuation

Tax Collector

Tax Dollar Distribution

Town Clerk

Statement of Accoxints



51
25
26
44

27



47

Town Election Results 5

Town Meeting Minutes 9

Town Office Hours 4

Town Officials 1

Treasurer 48

Trust Funds 65

Vital Statistics

Births 80

Deaths 85

Marriages 81

Warrant - 1994 Insert

Water Department 71
Statement of Receipts

and Appropriations 69

Welfare Department 41



Recreation Commission
Old Home Days
Volunteer of the Year



39
40
40



TOWN OF SEABROOK
TOWN OFFICIALS - 1995



OFFICIALS



APPOINTED



TOWN MANAGER

E. Russell Bailey



POLICE CHIEF

Paul J. Cronin

BUILDING INSPECTOR/HEALTH OFFICER

Robert S . Moore

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT DIRECTOR

Norman L. BrovTn (deceased)
Ernest B. Sanborn

WELFARE AGENT

Deirdre Greene

SEWER PROJECT MANAGER

John Dold

WATER and SEWER SUPERINTENDENT

Warner B. Knowles

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

Mark S . Eaton

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.
Burwell E. Pike
Oliver L. Carter, Jr.

TAX COLLECTOR

Lillian Knowles

TOWN CLERK

Virginia Small

TREASURER

Carol Perkins

FIRE CHIEF

Jerry W. Brown



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



1997. . .Elected
1996. . .Elected
1998 . . .Elected



1997. . .Elected
1996. . .Elected
1996 . . .Elected
1998 . . .Elected



CONSTABLES



One Year Term



Edward M. Cerasi
Paul E. Knowles
John L. Randall

TRUSTEE OF TRUST FUNDS

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

MEMBERS OF THE PLANNING BOARD

Joseph M. Jones (C)

Michael J. Cawley

Roy M. Kirkpatrick

William A. Knowles

Robert B . Brown

William Moore Jr. Alternate

Mark S. Eaton Alternate

Asa H. Knowles, Jr. (Sel. Rep)

Warren Leavitt

Earl F. Frost, III

MEMBERS OF THE BUDGET COMMITTEE

Richard N. Thurlow
(resigned)
James I . Fuller
Richard J. Keefe
Donna L. Smith
Faye M. Eaton
Roy M. Kirkpatrick
Burwell E. Pike, Select. Rep.
Keith A. Sanborn, School Rep.
Charlotte L. Sturgis

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT

Charles M. Kaslow

James C. Falconer

Mary Souther

Roy Kirkpatrick

Robert Lebold

William E. Kelley

Gretchen Kirkpatrick (Alt.)

Leah Douglas (Alt.)

PARK COMMISSIONERS

Ralph D, Marshall
Rosemary H. Eaton
Forrest E . Carter



Expiration


Date


1996 .


.Elected


Expiration


Date


1996.


.Elected


Expiration


Date


1996


.Elected


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Term






Expiration


Date


1997.


.Elected


Expiration


Date


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.Elected


Expiration


Date


1998.


.Elected


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TERM






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.Elected


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.Elected


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.Elected


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.Elected


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.Elected


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.Appointed


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.Appointed


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.Appointed


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.Appointed


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.Appointed


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.Elected


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.Appointed


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.Elected


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.Elected


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.Elected


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.Elected


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.Appointed


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.Appointed


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.Elected


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.Appointed


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.Appointed


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.Appointed


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Date


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.Appointed


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Date


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.Appointed


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.Appointed


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.Appointed


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.Appointed


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.Elected


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Date


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.Elected


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.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 Appointed

James C. Falconer Appointed

Eric N. Small Appointed



TRUSTEES OF LIBRARY

Paul M. Kelley
Stanley A. Hamel
Patricia M. O'Keefe



Expiration Date
Expiration Date
Expiration Date



1996. . .Elected
1998. . .Elected
1997. . .Elected



SEABROOK 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
Expiration Date
Expiration Date



1998 . . .Elected
1996. . .Elected
2000. . .Elected



MODERATOR

Charles H. Felch, Sr.

Rob T. Brown, Assistant Moderator

John G. DeMarco Assistant Moderator



Two Year Term

Expiration Date



1996



.Elected

.Appointed

.Appointed



REPRESENTATIVE TO GENERAL COURT

Charles H. Felch, Sr.
Benjamin E. Moore
E. Albert Weare



Two Year Term

Expiration Date
Expiration Date
Expiration Date



1996 . . .Elected
1996. . .Elected
1996 . . .Elected



CONSERVATION COMMISSION

Charles H. Felch Sr.



Expiration Date



19 97. . .Appointed



CABLE FRANCHISE COMMITTEE

Tracey J. Dow
William E. Kelley
Robert V. Tiffany
Ivan Q. Eaton, Sr.
Jeffrey Brown



. .Appointed
. .Appointed
. .Appointed
. .Appointed
. .Appointed



RECREATION COMMISSION

Charlotte M. Dow

Elliot L. Eaton

Salvatore Rubera

Vernon R. Small
Oliver L



Expiration Date



Carter, Jr.



Expiration Date
Selectmen's Representative



Rosemary H. Eaton, Parks Department Representative



Appointed

1997. . .Appointed

Appointed

1998 . . .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.
Paul M. Kelley
Charles H. Felch, Sr.
Joseph X. O'Neail
Oliver W. Fowler



Expiration Date
Expiration Date
Expiration Date
Expiration Date
Expiration Date



1996. . .Appointed
1997. . .Appointed
1996. . .Appointed
1998. . .Appointed
1997 . . .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 1998 .. .Appointed

Everett Strangman Expiration Date 1997 .. .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 & TELEPHONE NUMBERS



OFFICE



HOURS



Selectmen






8:00 am


Town Manager




8:00 am


Town Clerk


9;


lOOam -


12:30pm


Tax Office


9!


:00am -


12:30pm


Treasurer


9;


:00am -


12:30pm


Appraiser


8:


:00am -


12:30pm


Water


8:


:00am -


12:30pm


Building &








Health


8:


:00am -


12:30pm


Welfare


8;


:00am -


12:00pm


Sewer


8:


:00am -


12 : 30pm



- 4:00 pm

- 4:00 pm
1:00pm -
1:00pm -
1:00pm -
1:00pm -
1:00pm -



4 : 00pm
4 : 00pm
4 : 00pm
4 : 00pm
4 : 00pm



1:00pm - 4:00pm
1 : 00pm - 4 : 00pm



PHONE

474-3311
474-3252
474-3152
474-9881
474-3311
474-2966
474-9921

474-3871
474-8931
474-5601



THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

TOWN OF SEABROOK

TOWN WARRANT FOR 1995

To the inhabitants of the Town of Seabrook, in the County of
Rockingham, in said state, qualified to vote in town affairs:

You are hereby notified to meet in the auditorium of the
Seabrook Community Center, U.S. Route 1 (Lafayette Road), on
Tuesday, March 14, 1995, at 7:00 o'clock in the forenoon and to
cast ballots until at least 7:00 o'clock in the evening of the
same day, and to meet in the auditorium of the Seabrook Community
Center, U.S. Route 1 (Lafayette Road), on Thursday, March 16,
1995, at 7:00 o'clock in the evening to act on the articles
below.

Further, you are hereby notified that the moderator will
process the absentee ballots at 1:00 o'clock in the afternoon on
Tuesday, March 14, 1995, pursuant to RSA 659-49.

Article 1: To elect by non-partisan ballot: one (1)
Selectman and Assessor for a term of three (3) years; one (1)
Trustee of the Trust Funds for a term of three (3) years; one (1)
Fire Chief for a term of three (3) years; three (3) Constables
for a term of one (1) year; two (2) members of the Planning Board
for a term of three (3) years) ; one (1) member of the Planning
Board for a term of two (2) years; two (2) members of the Budget
Committee for a term of three (3) years; one (1) Park
Commissioner for a term of three (3) years; one (1) Trustee of
the Library for a term of two (2) years; and one (1) Trustee of
the Library for a term of three (3) years.

(On the Official Ballot)

TOWN OF SEl^ROOK, NEW HAMPSHIRE

RESULTS OF TOWN MEETING

MARCH 14, 1995

TOTAL NUMBER OF VOTES CAST; 1855 VOTES

SELECTMAN & ASSESSOR 3 YEAR TERM

Oliver L. Carter Jr. 868

Elizabeth A. Thibodeau 672

Timothy F. Willis 277

TRUSTEE OF THE TRUST FUND 3 YEAR TERM

BRUCE G. BROWN 1385



FIRE CHIEF 3 YEAR TERM



Jerry W. Brown
Ernest B. Sanborn

PARK COMMISSIONER 3 YEAR TERM

Clement J. Chagnon
George W. Dow
Rosemary H. Eaton
Donald B. Felch

TRUSTEE OF LIBRARY 3 YEAR TERM

Stanley A. Hamel

TRUSTEE OF LIBRARY 2 YEAR TERM

Patricia M. O'Keefe

MEMBER OF THE PLANNING 3 YEAR TERM

Robert B. Brown
Ivan Q. Eaton Sr.
Earl F. Frost III

MEMBER OF PLANNING BOARD 2 YEAR TERM

William A. Knowles (Write-in)

MEMBER OF BUDGET COMMITTEE 3 YEAR TERM

Ivan Q. Eaton Sr.
Richard J. Keefe
Michael F. Schiappa
Charlotte L. Sturgis

CONSTABLES 1 YEAR TERM

Thomas S . Brown
Edward M. Cerasi
Emmanuel J. DeHaro
Jason A. Janvrin
Paul E. Knowles
John L. Randall



1048
774



259
212
985
249



1334



1308



1191

556

730



59



501
599
540
1002



676
837
213
531
676
776



Article 2: Are you in favor of ratifying House Bill 1588,
entitled "An Act altering the southeastern boundary line between
the towns of Hampton and Seabrook and providing for a
referendum?" Said town line shall be as follows:



The southeastern portion of the boundary between the
towns of Hampton and Seabrook shall be the low water
mark on the south side of the Hampton River. All that
portion of the town of Hampton lying south of the low
water mark on the south side of the Hampton River is
hereby disannexed from the town of Hampton and annexed
to the town of Seabrook.

(On the Official Ballot)
(2/3 vote of each town required for ratification.)



YES 1218



NO 356



Article 3: Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment
No. 1, being comprehensive amendments to the existing Town Zoning
Ordinance, as proposed by the Planning Board as follows:

These amendments constitute an extensive revision to the
existing zoning ordinance both in format and in substance.
The substantive changes include, but are no t limited to the
following:

A reduction in the minimum lot size in the sewered
portion of Zones 1 and 2R.

A reduction in the minimum frontage depth and width
requirements in Zone 2R.

Changes in the requirements for the construction of
dwelling building on lots in Zones 2 and 2R.

The merger of Zones 4 and 5 into one zone entitled
"conservation. "

The allowance of family apartments in Zones 1, 2, and
2R as "special exceptions."

Eliminate legislative footnotes and consolidation of
all definitions into one section.



(Recommended by the Planning Board)

(On the Official Ballot)

YES 847 NO 626

Article 4: Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment
No. 2 as proposed by the Planning Board for the I own Zoning
Ordinance as follows:



Amend the official Zoning Map to replace the westerly
boundary of Zone 3 with a new boundary as fellows:
"Beginning at a point on the Massachusetts line, 3,500 feet
west of 1-95, the new boundary runs northerly in a line
parallel to and 3,500 feet west of 1-95 until it reaches a
point, 1,700 feet south of New Hampshire Route 107. The new

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boundary then runs westerly in a line parallel to and 1,700
feet south of Route 107, until it intersects the current
boundary of Zone 1 . "

(This proposed boundary change would transfer approximately
56 acres situated between Ledge Road and the state line from
Zone 1 to Zone 3 and would transfer approximately 59 acres
situated between the dog track and Ledge Road from Zone 3 to
Zone 1 . )

(Recommended by the Planning Board)

(On the Official Ballot)

YES 994 MO 415

Article 5: Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment
No. 3 as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town Zoning
Ordinance as follows:

Amend Section 263-11 (Table 1) to limit permitted land uses
in Zone 3 to manufacturing, home occupations, offices,
storage, utilities, wholesale, and accessory uses. Day care
and outside commercial amusements would be permitted as a
Special Exception. Residential and retail uses would be
prohibited.

(Recommended by the Planning Board)

(On the Official Ball

YES 947 NO 475

TOWN OF SEABROOK, NEW HAMPSHIRE

TOWN ELECTION
MARCH 14, 1995

Meeting called to order by Moderator Charles H. Felch Sr. at 7:13

AM.

Motion by Elizabeth A. Thibodeau, second by Gary K. Fowler to open

ABSENTEE BALLOTS at 9:30AM - MOTION ADOPTED

Motion by Elizabeth A. Thibodeau, second by Oliver L. Carter Jr.
to dispense with the reading of Articles 2-5 (on back of ballot)
at this time. Warrant will be read article for article at the
adjourned Town Meeting March 16, 1995 at 7 PM.
MOTION ADOPTED

vinnacunnet and Seabrook Elementary School warrants read.

Absentee Ballots processed by Moderator Charles H. Felch Sr, and
Town Clerk Virginia L. Small at 9:30 AM. Opening of Absentee
Ballots completed at 10:45 AM.



Polls declared closed at 7:05 PM. by Moderator Charles H« Felch

Sr .

Counting of ballots completed at 9 PM.



Total number of voters on check-list: 4905

Total number of ballots printed: 5067

Total number of adsentee ballots cast: 155

TOTAL NUMBER OF VOTES CAST: 1855

ELECTION WORKERS

Rob T. Brown (Asst. Mod.) John G. DeMarco (Asst. Mod.)

Bowden Minabell Brown Bruce G. II

DeFrates Francis Beckman Nellie

DeMarco Maria C. Campanella Margaret

Eaton Diane Dupuis Pauline

Fowler June Fowler Bonnie L.

Gosnell Susan Gosnell Andrew

Kirkpatrick Roy Gretchen Kirkpatrick

Sturgis Phila Strangman Sandra

ADJOURNED TOWN MEETING
MARCH 16, 1995

Meeting called to order by Moderator Charles H. Felch Sr. at 7:17
PM.

Town Manager E. Russell Bailey introduced head table.

Warrant read article by article by Moderator.

Salute to flag led by Gertrude B. Humphrey.

Moderator Charles H. Felch Sr. thanked everyone that worked
election day.

This will be conducted under Robert Rules of order.

Non-voters please sit on left side of hall.

One amendment on floor at one time.

No reconsideration after going on to next article.

Sponsor of article will be called on first to explain their
article.

When everyone has spoken on article once then first person may
speak again.

Amendments must be in writing and signed by sponsor.

Article 6: To see if the town will be in favor of adopting
the provisions of RSA 149-1 regarding sewers.

Motion by Elizabeth A. Thibodeau, second by Burwell E. Pike to
adopt Article 6 as read.

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Proper management of sewer.
ARTICLE 6 ADOPTED



Article 7: To see if the town will vote to authorize the
board of selectmen to sell at public auction or by advertised
sealed bids such town property as is no longer used by the town,
with sale conditional upon restrictions satisfactory to the town,

Motion by Elizabeth A. Thibodeau, second by Burwell E. Pike to
adopt Article 7 as read.

ARTICLE 7 ADOPTED



Article 8: To see if the town will vote to amend The
Seabrook Code, Chapter 184, entitled Licenses as follows:

Amend Article II, Business Licenses, section 184-4, License
Term, by deleting the present language and replacing it with
the following:

All businesses shall be licensed on a permanent basis
until and/ or unless the licensed premises are vacated,
relocated or ownership of the business is changed.

This amendment shall be effective upon passage.

Motion by Elizabeth A. Thibodeau, second by Burwell E. Pike to
adopt Article 8 as read.

ARTICLE 8 ADOPTED

Article 9: To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of Sixty-one Thousand Eight Hundred Seventy-
five ($61,875.00) Dollars for the cost of Seabrook' s contribution
to sixteen (16) human service agencies in the seacoast area. A
breakdown of each human service agency's request is as follows:



Human Service Agency

A Safe Place

AIDS Response of the Seacoast

American Red Cross

Area Homemakers

Crossroads

Lamprey Health Care

Retired Senior Volunteers

Richie McFarland Children's Fund

Rockingham Counseling Center

Rockingham County Community Action

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Board of Budget
Agency Selectmen Committee
Request Recommend Recommend

$ 1,500 $ 1,500 $ 1,500



3,000


2,


,000


2,000


1,000




600


800


4,300


4<


,000


4,300


4,500


3,


,105


3,105


2,800


2,


,600


2,800


1,300


1,


,300


1,300


1,250


2,


,500


1,250


3,000


3,


,000


3,000



17,592 15,885



17,592



4,470


3,808


4,500


2,750


1,139


1,139


3,795


3,795


3,795


13,277


13,277


13,277


1,517


1,416


1,517


$66,051


$59,925


$61,875


;ond by Burwell E.


Pike to



Rockingham County Nutrition Program
Seacoast Hospice
Seacoast Mental Health Center
Seacoast Visiting Nurses
Sexual Assault Support Services
(Women's Resource Center)

Motion by Elizabeth A. Thibodeau, second by Burwell
adopt Article 9 as read.

ARTICLE 9 ADOPTED ($61,875)

Article 10: 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 Nine Thousand
Three Hundred Twenty-two Dollars and Seventy-nine Cents
($9,322.79) which represents 1993 cable television franchise fees
paid to the town, and the sum of Nine Thousand Five Hundred
Eighty-eight and Seventy-two Cents ($9,588.72) which represents
1994 cable television franchise fees paid to the town, for a
total of Eighteen Thousand Nine Hundred Eleven Dollars and Fifty-
one Cents ($18,911.51).

(Recommended by the Board of Selectmen)
(Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Motion by Elizabeth A. Thibodeau, second by Burwell E. Pike to
adopt Article 10 as read.

ARTICLE 10 ADOPTED

Article 11: To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of Sixty-four Thousand Four Hundred Eighteen
($64,418.00) Dollars for the purpose of purchasing and equipping
three (3) police cruisers, and to authorize the sale or trade-in
of three (3) existing police cruisers.

(Recommended by the Board of Selectmen)
(Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Motion by Elizabeth A. Thibodeau, second by Burwell E. Pike to
adopt Article 11 as read.

Amendment to Article 11 by Paul E. Cronin, second by Gretchen
Kirkpatrick. To amend by adding after of two (2) police
cruiser's and retain the Police Ford Explorer for the use of the
Police Department.
Move question by Bonnie L. Fowler, second by Faye Eaton.

ARTICLE 11 ADOPTED AS AMENDED.

Article 12: To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of Thirty-nine Thousand ($39,000.00) Dollars

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for the purpose of purchasing twenty (20) self contained
breathing apparatus units and spare bottles for the fire
department .

(Recommended by the Board of Selectmen)
(Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Motion by Elizabeth A. Thibodeau, second by Jerry Rowe

to adopt Article 12 as read.

This article explained by Fire Chief, Jerry W. Brown.

ARTICLE 12 TO^OPTED

2U:ticle 13: To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of Eighty Thousand ($80,000.00) Dollars for
the purpose of purchasing and equipping a new modular type
ambulance for the fire department, and to authorize the sale or
trade-in of existing ambulance 44.

(Recommended by the Board of Selectmen)
(Recommended by the Budget Committee)

Motion by Elizabeth A. Thibodeau, second by Burwell E. Pike to

adopt Article 13 as read.

This Article explained by Fire Chief, Jerry W. Brown.

ARTICLE 13 ADOPTED

Article 14; To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of Forty-five Thousand ($45,000.00) Dollars


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