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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 Year

(omit cents)


Selectmen's
Recommended
Appropriations


Budget Committee |


Recommended

Ensuing

Rscal Year

(omit cents)


Not

Recommended

(omit cents)


4130 Executive




238.729


223,161


257,930


252,930


5,000


4140 Elec., Reg., & Vital Stat.




120,505


112,118


135,096


135,096




4150 RnanciaJ Administration




300,790


261,791


320,852


323,592




4152 Revaluation of Property














4153 Legal Expense




105,000


164,163


100,000


110,000




4155 Personnel Administration




959,335


915.283


1,123,935


1,182,279




4191 Planning and Zoning




19.813


26,250


24.489


24,689




4194 General Government BIdg.




318.196


296,953


343,084


343,084




4195 Cemeteries




41 .200


28,365


40,050


40,050




4196 Insurance




164.252


130,473


145,000


145,000




4197 Advertising and Reg. Assoc.










































4199 Other General Government














PUBLIC SAFETY














4210 Police




1,353,193


1.277.375


1.411.624


1,411,624




4215 Ambulance














4220 nre




987,058


994,607


1,008,208


1,008,208




4240 Building Inspection




36,098


34,213


37,567


37.567




4290 Emergency Management




40,598


36,360


39,339


39,339




4299 Other Public Safety














HIGHWAYS AND STREETS














4312 Highways and Streets




347.799


351,267


350,398


373,398




4313 Bridges














4316 Street Lighting




49.800


37,631


49,800


49,800
































SANITATION














4323 Solid Waste Collection




437.295


564.630


495,408


495,408




4324 Solid Waste Disposal














4326 Sewage Collection & Disposal
























































WATER DISTRIBUTION & TREATMENT














4332 Water Services




509,707


483,560


524.292


543.292




4335 Water Treatment
























































HEALTH














4414 Pest Control




106,886


94,011


109,516


109,516




4415 Health Agencies and Hospitals




61.875


52,575














































































WELFARE














4442 Direct Assistance




67,967


84,966


90.704 1


90.704




4444 Intergovernmenlal Welfare Pay'ls














4445 Vendor Payments








1














1














1














1






Sub-Totals (carry to top of page 3)




6,261,096


6.169,752


6,607,292


6,715,576









1


2


3


4


5


PURPOSE OF APPROPRIATION
(Continued)

AccL
No.


W.A.
No.


*Actual

Appropriations

Prior Year

(omit cents)


Actual

Expenditures

Prior Year

(omit cents)


Selectmen's
Recommended
Appropriations


Budget Committee |


Recommended

Ensuing

Rscal Year

(omit cents)


Not

Recommended

(omit cents)


Sub-Totals (from page 2)




6,261,096


6,169,752


6,607,292


6,715,576


5,000


CULTURE AND RECREATION














4520 Parks and Recreation




321.112


310,162


336,521


337,921




4550 Library




243,106


243.106


310,673


299,055


11,618


4583 Patriotic Purposes




26,295


23.920


25,701


25,701




4589 Other Culture and Recreation














CONSERVATION














4612 Purchase of Natural Resources














4619 Other Conservation




800


375


800


800


















REDEVELOPMENT AND HOUSING










































ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
























































DEBT SERVICE














4711 Princ.-Long Term Bonds & Notes




3,410,000


3.410-000


3.735.000


3,735,000




4721 Int.-Long Term Bonds & Notes




1,630,335


1.630.334


1,262,505


1.262.505




4723 Interest on TAN




50,000


-0-


50,000


50,000


















CAPITAL OUTLAY














4901 Land and Improvements




302,000


56.589








4902 Mach., Veh., & Equip.




292,585


230,661








4903 Buildings




202,155


174,240








4909 Improvements Other than BIdgs.




76.435


67,386








See List








1,192,600


741,599


451,001
















OPERATING TRANSFERS OUT














4912 To Special Revenue Fund














4913 To Capital Projects Fund














4914 To Enterprise Fund














Sewer -




217.792


41 .308


917,408


917.408




Water -














Electric -














4915 To Capital Reserve Fund




18,912


18,912








4916 To Trust and Agency Funds














TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS |




13,052,623


12,376,745


14,438,500


14,085,565


467,619



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

10% LIMITATION OF APPROPRIATIONS

(SEE RSA 32:18, 19&21)

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

$ Recommended Amount of Collective Bargaining Cost Items. $ ^»997,505 Amount of Mandatory Water & Waste

(RSA 32:19). Treatment Facilities. (RSA 32:21).

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



* * Amounts Not Recommended by Selectmen * *

These amounts are not included in the recommended column.



Warrant Article #



S Amount



Warrant Article #



t



1



SOURCE OF REVENUE



AccL
No. TAXES



3120 Land Use Change Taxes

3180 Resident Taxes

3185 Yield Taxes



3186 Payment in Lieu of Taxes



3189 Other Taxes (Specify Bank Stock Tax Ami.) $



3190 Interest & Penalties on Delinquent Taxes



Inventory Penalties



LICENSES, PERMPTS AND FEES

3210 Business Licenses and Permits



3220 Motor Vehicle Pemiit Fees
3230 Building Pemiits



3290 Other Licenses. Permits & Fees



FROM FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
3319 Other



FROM STATE



3351 Shared Revenue



3353 Highway Block Grant



3354 Water Pollution Grants



3355 Housing and Community Development



3356 State & Federal Forest Land Reimbursement



3357 Rood Control Reimbursement



3359 Other (Including Railroad Tgx)



FROM OTHER GOVERNMENT



3379 Intergovernmental Revenues



CHARGES FOR SERVICES



3401 Income from Departments
3409 Other Charges



MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES



3501 Sale of Municipal Property

3502 Interest on Investments



3509 Other



INTERFUND OPERATING TRANSFERS IN

3912 Special Revenue Fund

3913 Capital Projects Fund

3914 Enterprise Fund



Sewer -



Water -



Electric -



3915 Capital Reserve Fund



3916 Trust and Agency Funds



OTHER FINANCING SOURCES



39 34 Pfoc. from Long Term Notes & Bonds
General Fund Balance

Unreserved Fund Balance

Fund Balance Voted From Surplus

Fund Balance to be Retained

Fund Balance Remaining to Reduce Taxes



W.A.
No.



For Municipal Use



< $ 9.323 >



< $



TOTAL REVENUES AND CREDITS



'Estimated
Revenues
Prior Year

(omit cents)



50,000



53,400



fiOO-000



5.000



130 .000



4.000



90.121



85.358



25.000



50.000



10.000



18.000



200.000



20.000



275.000



320



Qr323



1.625.522



Actual
Revenues
Prior Year
(omit cents)



51,525



54.194



770,045



9.891



145.417



90.121



85.358



26,213



138,558



14.878



23.817



185.555



54.284



287.480



339



9.323



1.946.998



Selectmen's

Budget

Ensuing

Rscai Year

(omit cents)



50.000



•Enlar i



this column the numbers which were revised and approved by DRA and which appear on the MS-4 loan.



54,000



700.000



8.000



138.400



93.660



90.121



84,485



25,000



54.800



13.700



18.000



175.000



20,000



280,000



330



1.805.496



11.805,496



Total Appropriations

Less: Amount of Estimated Revenues, Exclusive of Property Taxes

Amount of Taxes to be Raised (Exclusive of School and County Taxes)

BUDGET OF THE TOWN OF



14.085,565



1.805.496



12.280.069



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1995 ANNDAL REPORT OF THE SEABROOK RECREATION COMMISSION

The members of the Seabrook Recreation Commission are:
Vernon Small, Chairman; William Moore, Jr., Vice Chairman;
Charlotte Dow, Secretary; Rosemary Eaton, Parks
Department; Oliver Carter, Selectmen; Elliot Eaton and
Salvatore Rubera, The administrative staff cf the
Seabrook Recreation Department are Sandra Beaudoin,
Director of Recreation and Edward Pickard, Assistant
Director.

The biggest challenge during 1995 was to meet the
increasing numbers of younger children who were
registering for structure programs. Programs which seem
to fill up fast were: youth cooking, preschool creative
works, camps, youth arts & crafts, trips and some special
events. In most cases the department was able to make
adjustments, especially when there was a waiting list
large enough to add an additional class or group. We also
had a larger turn out for pre-registration days creating
longer lines. A waiting area, coffee and activities were
provided during the largest registration which was for the
summer camps and after camp activities .

Improvement projects at the Community Center vere small
projects such as completing a new walkway, reorganizing
storage areas and improving safety in general . Eight more
pairs of roller skates were purchased to help handle the
more popular sizes during the Center's Roller skating
nights.



The following indicates the number of different types of
Special Events and the average daily usage occurring
during 1995. The ranges below display the lev est to
highest month of daily averages in attendance .



SPECIAL EVENTS



15 Rollerskating 29-147
10 Teen Dances 48- 86
7 Youth Dances 50-117
3 Sports Banquets 80-285
1 Ice Skating Trips 18
1 Camp Parents Night 150
1 Yth Christmas Party 210

1 Ted Seabrooke Tour. 24
24 Basketball Games 58-198

2 Hay Ride/ 2 wagons 80
1 Red Sox Trip 44

1 World on Ice-2 buses 76

2 Pee Wee Play Days 17
1 Overnight Plus 50
1 Track & Field Meet 8
1 Easter Egg Hunt 200
1 Gymnastic Show 120
1 HYA Basketbal Tour. 158



SPECIAL EVENTS CON ' T



1 Ski Trip- canceled/ice
1 Halloween Party 325
1 Amesbury Patk-Tubing 24
6 Summer Camp Trips 40-120
1 Sr.Cit. Awareness Day 130



CENTER DAIIY AVERAGES



Structured Programs 37-156



Open Gym
Game room
Exercise Room
Sr. Cit. Lunch
Tennis courts
Tot Lot
Summer Camp
Pee-Wee Camp



13- 37
10- 27

7- 24

8- 10
2- 27
7-134

111
24



CENTER OPENED 312 DAYS/ '95



I.D. CARDS ISSDED SINCE 1984
1984 '85 '86 '87 '88 '89 '90 '91 '92 '93 '94 '95 TOTA L
1,234 333 195 241 304 91 191 179 125 141 152 137 3,323

39



CENTER/GRODP USE ; Over 32 different local groups
used the Conununity Center in 1995 for meetings, training,
fund raising and recreation-including health agencies,
schools, voting, businesses, scouts, public meetings;
civic & booster clubs and leagues.

SEACOAST COCA-COLA IN 1995

Seacoast Coca-Cola Bottling Co. continues to be the leader
in supporting youth & teen programs. During 1995, the
company provided beverage products, prizes and $1,500 in
sponsorships. The programs which benefited were the Youth
Christmas Party, SCC Teen Basketball Team, Youth
Basketball League, Rams Football, Walking Club, Old Home
Day, School Vacation Contests and the Jr. & Miss Seabrook
Contest .

1995 SEABROOK OLD HOME DAYS

The 1995 Seabrook Old Homes Days were again a success and
filled with entertainment and fun. The 15th annual Miss
Seabrook Contest opened the Old Home Days on Thursday,
August 17th where over one hundred and seventy five people
witnessed Angel ika Brown being crowned as the 1995 Miss
Seabrook. On the following night Kaitlyn Fogg was crowned
Jr. Miss Seabrook. On Saturday, August 19th local
non-profit groups, town departments and others
provided food, crafts, contests, entertainment and
more. The fireworks were great and the Misty Martin Band
was a real hit. They will be back in 1996. On Sunday,
August 20th the Seabrook Lions Club held a Turkey Shoot as
in the past.

In conclusion, the commission and department staff,
extends a special thanks to all those who helped to
maintain and carry-out the variety of programs which were
offered during 1995. Local volunteers were responsible for
coaching over 28 sports teams for youth & teens.

SEABROOK RECREATION DEPARTMENT
"VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR"
RECIPIENTS

•86 TIM EATON '89 STEVE EATON '92 DAVE DUBE
'87 DAVID PICKETT '90 RALPH MARSHALL '93 SHELLY LECLAIR
'88 HOWARD BROWN '91 JIM LAMBERT '94 BECKY CARTER

(Posthumously)

A SPECIAL CHRISTMAS TREE

On December 15, 1995 a Christmas Tree was lit in memory of
the late Henry Boyd, the first Seabrook Community Center
maintenance employee.

Respectfully Submitted,
Seabrook Recreation
Commission and Staff



40



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT - 1995

Your Seabrook ZBA had another interesting year and as
in the past^ the board members served without pay as New
Hampshire law requires. The board had nine cases in 1995.

Once again members continued to attend the law
lecture series and seminars to keep current in the ever
changing laws and court cases which effect land use^
property rights and zoning. The board has again reviewed
and updated its by-laws to reflect these changes.

The ZBA board members are once again pleased to
submit a "level funded budget" without increases and a
modest budget surplus.

The board hasn't had any appeals to the courts for 10
years and of course no need for attorneys or town counsel.
By taking advantage of the toll free calls and the
excellent and knowledgeable legal staff at the New
Hampshire Municipal Association, in which the town is a
member, we have all the legal advice we need free of
charge .

Members: Respectfully submitted,

William Kelley James C. Falconer, Chairman

Roy Kirkpatrick Robert Lebold, V. Chairman

Mary Souther Charles Kaslow, Clerk

Gretchen Kirkpatrick, Alt. Debra Perkins, Secretary



WELFARE DEPARTMENT REPORT - 1995

For the fiscal year 1995, the Town's welfare department spent a total of $84,966.
Unfortunately, this figure reflects an overdraft of $16,999. This overdraft is due in large
part to cuts in the Federal Fuel Assistance Program (LIHE AP), of approximately 33% last
winter, which amounted to $49,966 less in fijel assistance to Seabrook residents. Also fiiel
assistance funds for this winter were not available until after the first of January 1996.

A total of 125 families were assisted in 1995, and the Town has recovered
$7,953.14 through promissory notes, assignments, court actions, and liens, and an
additional $3,272. has been worked off by recipients through the Town's Workfare
Program.

With current and impending reform in various State and Federal programs, more
and more of the burden of assisting our indigent citizens falls to the cities and towns. It is
already known that fuel assistance to the State of New Hampshire has been cut by $3
million this winter, and it is unknown what the cuts will be to other programs.

Respectfiilly submitted,
Deirdre L. Greene

Welfare Administrator

41



SEWER PROJECT

On December 18, 1995, the Seabrook Sewer System, including the
Wastewater Treatment Plant, was officially started up with the
connection of the residence of Anna Eaton, 154 South Main Street. The
Selectmen, Sewer Committee, and numerous local and state officials
attended the ribbon cutting ceremony at Mrs. Eaton's home.




Back row (left to right) - Sewer Committee Member Bruce G. Brown, Selectman Oliver L
Carter, Jr., State Representative Charles H. Felch, Water and Sewer Superintendent Warner
B. Knowles.

Front row (left to right) - State Representative Benjamin S. f\/loore, Selectman Burwell E.
Pike, Mrs. Anna R. Eaton, and Selectman Asa H. Knowles, Jr.

Sewer pipe installation on the west side of Route 95, Farm Lane,
Causeway Street, and Route 1 will continue under Contracts #8, #9, and
#10 until the summer of 1996 when mainline sewer construction is
scheduled to be complete.

The installation of sewage pump stations throughout the Town is
proceeding under Contracts #5, #8, #9, and #10 and is scheduled to be
complete by summer 1996.

The connection of individual homes and businesses to the sewer
system has started and will continue throughout the Town in phases.
Homes in the south end of the Town (South Main St., Adams Ave.,
Washington St.) will be connected first. During 1996, a concentrated
effort will be made to connect houses on the beach and the uptown areas
along Route 1, Centennial Street, Railroad Avenue, Walton Road, and
interconnecting streets.

In 1997, efforts to connect homes and businesses will be
concentrated on the west side of Route 95. The connection schedule is
very aggressive and the Town would ask the residents to cooperate, as
much as possible, with the engineers and contractors who will be working
on their property.

The Sewer Project Office is available to answer any question you
may have about the connection to your property. The phone number is
474-5601.



42



SEABROOK BEACH VILLAGE DISTRICT

The Seabrook Beach Village District held its annual meeting on Tuesday
evening, April 25, 1995 in the Warren West Memorial Building on Route 1-A

The meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m. by the moderator, Edward
Maguire, Since one of the commissioners had resigned during the year, two
commissioners had to be elected- one for a three (3) year term and one (1) for a one
for one (1) year term.

The following officers were elected:

Thomas Battles Commissioner 3 year term

Steven Walsh Commissioner lyearterm

Henry Thereault Treasurer 1 year term

Maureen Essigman Secretary 1 year term

Thomas Battles was elected to serve as chairman at the May meeting.

The beach commissioners meet monthly on the second Wednesday at 7:00 p.m.
The Board of Adjustment meets on the third Wednesday of each month as warranted.

For the third consecutive year a group of volunteers have arranged to have
a bon fire on the beach the night before the fourth. This year through donations fi'om
businesses and others a combo was hired that made the evening more entertaining.
For the large gathering that attended the evening proved to be a tremendous success.
Our thanks are extended to the Fire, Police and Highway Departments for the work
they did on the occasion.

The street lights have all been converted to the new sodium vapor bulbs.

The sewage project has caused quite a few problems but at this time most
seem to have been taken care of

The Building Inspector Department was very busy in 1995 due to the Building
and Remodeling activity. Forty permits were issued with a total estimated value of One
Million, Ninety Three Thousand, Seven Hundred fifty Four dollars.

The precinct is gearing up for additional building and remodeling activity once
sewage is completed.

Thomas Battles, Chairman
Marion B. Kinlock
Steven Walsh
CommissijDners



43



TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT MS- 61

FOR THE MUNICIPALITY OF SEABRO^ YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31. 1995



DR.

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

Land Use Recording Fee

Interest Collected
on Delinquent Tax

Collected Resident
Tax Penalties

TOTAL DEBITS



Levy for
Year of this
Report

1995


PRIOR LEVIES
(Please specify years)

1994




$ 10,203,784.42






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$ 23,744,360.00




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xxxxxxxxxxxxx


xxxxxxxxxxxxxx




4,600.00


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xxxxxxxxxxxxx


xxxxxxxxxxxxxx






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xxxxxxxxxxxxxx


60.00




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5,489.78


1,637.42
































10.00






1,667.54


16,125.99














$ 23,751,577.32


$ 10,226,157.83


$


$



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



44



TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT MS-61

FOR THE MUNICIPALITY OF SEABROOK YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31 . 1995



CR.

REMITTED TO TREAS .
DURING FY:

Property Taxes

Resident Taxes

Land Use Change

Yield Taxes

Utilities

Interest

Penalties
Check Fees

Land Use Recording

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
199^


PRIOR LEVIES
(Please specify years)
1994


$ 22,104,813.83


$10,204,237.84
















4,600.00






















1,667.54


16,125.99














60.00










10.00














1,193.00


1,184.00






































643.00
















1,643,199.95
















































$ 23,751,577.32


$10,226,157.83


$


$



45



TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT MS-61

FOR THE MUNICIPALITY OF SEABROOK YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31. 1995

Last Year ' s
DR.

Unredeemed Liens
Balance at Jeg.
of Fiscal Yr.

Liens Executed
During Fiscal Yr.

Interest & Costs
Coll. After Lien
Execution



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



Last Year ' s
Levy


PRIOR LEVIES
(Please specify years)


1994


1993

$ 81,495.47


1992
* 54,859.27


PRIOR
^ 631.27


101,078.00








2,767.50


9,102.61


21,861.52




























$ 103,845.50


$ 90,598.08


$ 76,720.79


$ 631.27




$ 34,829.72


$ 42,039.28


* 53.521.65


$


2,767.50


9,102.61


21,861.52
































331.12




935.66


936.60


1,006.50


631.27


65,312.62


38,519.59


-0-


-0-


$ 103.845.50


$ 90,598.08


$ 76.720.79


$ 631.27



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 >r-^Vc....^ '^. /i'^.u-..^-6. ^J

Lillian L. Knowles
46



DATE: December 31, 1995



TOWN OF SEABROOK, NEW HAMPSHIRE
YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1995
STATEMENT OF TOWN CLERK'S ACCOUNTS FOR FISCAL YEAR

MOTOR VEHICLE, TITLE & STATE DECAL FEES: $770,724.00

132 MARRIAGE LICENSE FEES: 5,940.00


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