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303,781.76


(25,918.76)


300.00


683.89


(383.89)


1, 000.00


2, 493.26


(1,493.26)


220.00




220.00


150.00


622.17


(472.17)


150.00


130.00


20.00




1,822.76


(1,822.76)


12,000.00


6,109.41


5,890.59


5, 000.00


13,252.36


(8,252.36)


50.00


23.21


26.79


50.00


178.34


(128.34)


400.00


367.54


32.46


3,500.00


1,615.32


1,884.68


800.00


872.12


(72.12)^


2,000.00


1,820.84


179.16


500.00


308.13


191.87


400.00


1,750.17


(1,350.17)


800.00


710.04


89.96


3,000.00


6,292.45


(3,292.45)


500.00




500.00


100.00


7,722.78


(7,622.78)


3,500.00


2,439.51


1,060.49


30, 000.00


19,637.33


10,362.67




612.46


(612.46)


9, 000.00


2, 000.62


6,999.38


500.00


913.70


(413.70)


3,000.00


1,904.14


1,095.86


15,000.00


25, 828.00


(10,828.00)




5,257.28


(5,257.28)


500.00


318.36


181.64


3,000.00


4,896.00


(1,896.00)


2,000.00


7,593.50


(5, 593.50)


500.00




500.00


1,800.00


1,595.80


204.20


377,583.00


423,553.25


(45,970.25)


100.00


88.30


11.70


49,700.00


39,568.14


10,131.86


49,800.00


39,656.44


10,143.56


248,779.00


257,264.90


(8, 485.90)


2,000.00


434.19


1,565.81


800.00


783.52


16.48


1,500.00


2,145.53


(645.53)


300.00


502.27


(202.27)


150.00


30.00


120.00


100.00


67.21


32.79




404.71


(404.71)


1,000.00


1,107.76


(107.76)


58







Custodial Supplies

Uniforms /Clothing

Foul Weather Gear

Chemicals

New Equipment

Equipment Rental

Vehicle Maintenance

Equipment Maintenance

Printing

Other Professional Services

Rubbish Disposal

Recycling



500.00
2,000.00

500.00
1,200.00
1, 500.00

5,000.00



2,000.00

220,000.00

12,000.00



2, 185.23

2,869.24

283.00

156.24

773.81

2,275.00

7,221.03

1,169.60

2,208.30

3,046.98

179,176.85

40,336.77



(1, 685.23)
(869.24)
217.00
1, 043.76
726.19
(2,275.00)
(2,221.03)
(1,169.60)
(2,208.30)
(1,046.98)
40,823.15
(28, 336.77)





499


,329.00


504


,442.


.14


(5,113.14)


anhal control














Personnel


23


,944.00


24,


, 316.


.93


(372.93)


Office Supplies




145.00




111.


.84


33.16


Dues & Membership




50.00








50.00


Medical Supplies




100.00




100.


.00


0.00


Uniforms /Clothing




350.00




290.


.50


59.50


Prescription Drugs




100.00




100,


.00


0.00


Damages to Animals




300.00




75.


.60


224.40


Animal Care/Disposal


2,


,000.00


2,


,651.


.00


(651.00)


New Equipment




240.00








240.00


Vehicle Maintenance


1,


,500.00


1,


,924,


.12


(424.12)


Radio Maintenance




200.00




210,


.04


(10.04)


Printing




50.00




72,


.00


(22.00)




28


,979.00


29,


,852,


.03


(873.03)


j«>SQUITO CONTROL














Personnel


30,


,850.00


21,


,995,


.14


8,854.86


Telephone








20,


.00


(20.00)


Dues & Membership




75.00




50,


,00


25.00


Advertising




175.00




615,


,47


(440.47)


Meeting & Conferences




100.00








100.00


Mileage Reimbursement




100.00








100.00


Expense Reimbursement




150.00








150.00


Gasoline




300.00








300.00


Carpentry Supplies




250.00








250.00


Batteries




200.00








200.00


Uniforms /Clothing




400.00








400.00


Hand Tools




300.00








300.00


Chemicals


4,


, 850.00








4,850.00


Vehicle Maintenance




300.00








300.00


Equipment Maintenance




300.00








300.00


Other Professional Service




340.00


7,


580.


,00


(7,240.00)



38,690.00



30,260.61



8,429.39



HE2a.TH DEPARTMENT

Personnel

Telephone

Books & Subscriptions

Dues & Membership



35,441.00

250.00

50.00

15.00

59



37,769.87
215.48

10.00



(2, 328.87)
34.52
50.00
5.00



Tuition/Education


15.00




12.00


3.00


Meetings & Conferences


50.00




10.00


40.00


Mileage Reimbursement


1,200.00


1,


112.02


87.98


Expense Reimbursement


50.00






50.00


Uniforms /Clothing


100.00






100.00


Photography Supplies


70.00






70.00


Prescription Drugs


800.00




704.82


95.18


New Equipment


100.00




404.00


(304.00)


Other Professional Services


5,000.00




168.45


4,831.55




43,141.00


40,


,406.64


2,734.36


19ELFARE










Personnel


19,113.00


26,


,305.89


(7, 192.89)


Telephone


500.00




498.88


1.12


Dues & Membership


25.00




75.00


(50.00)


Tuition/Education


1,920.00




79.00


1,841.00


Meetings & Conferences


300.00




98.00


202.00


Mileage Reimbursement


200.00




204.47


(4.47)


Fuel Oil


2, 500.00


1,


,865.38


634.62


Natural Gas & Bottled


2,500.00




745.64


1,754.36


Electricity


7,500.00


2,


,992.55


4,507.45


Gasoline


100.00




250.00


(150.00)


Clothing


300.00




13.91


286.09


Food/Meals


2,750.00


2,


,587.10


162.90


Prescription Drugs


1,000.00


4,


,521.22


(3,521.22)


New Equipment


850.00




114.87


735.13


Building Rental


49,500.00


29,


,033.18


20,466.82


Funerals


2,000.00


2,


, 880.00


(880.00)


Other Professional Services


150.00




51.50


98.50




91,208.00


72


,316.59


18,891.41


PARKS DEPARTMENT










Personnel


25,563.00


22,


,494.85


3,068.15


Telephone






746.02


(746.02)


Electricity


5, 000.00


8,


,869.22


(3, 869.22)


Gasoline


500.00




815.11


(315.11)


Electrical Supplies


400.00




35.93


364.07


Plumbing Supplies


600.00




47.83


552.17


Carpentry Supplies


1, 000.00




69.30


930.70


Vehicle Supplies


450.00




49.92


400.08


Custodial Supplies


300.00




855.97


(555.97)


Recreational Supplies


800.00






800.00


Batteries


100.00






100.00


Uniforms /Clothing


360.00




247.44


112.56


Hand Tools


325.00




145.42


179.58


New Equipment


2,000.00




451.13


1,548.87


Concrete


500.00






500.00


Infield Mix


1,700.00




140.10


1,559.90


Painting


1,000.00




608.02


391.98


Memorial Day


1, 800.00


1


,070.98


729.02


Vehicle Maintenance


750.00




147.00


603.00


Equipment Maintenance


800.00




467.53


332.47


Grounds Maintenance


2,000.00


1


,538.16


461.84



60



Radio Maintenance




200.00








200.00


Other Contract Services


6,


,000.00


1,


,198.


.00


4, 802.00


Other Professional Service


1,


,000.00




729.


,90


270.10


RECREATION DEPARTMENT














Personnel


216,


,058.00


211,


,224,


,88


4,833.12


Office Supplies


2,


,222.00




765,


,40


1,456.60


Telephone


1,


,200.00




950,


,80


249.20


Book & Subscriptions




152.00




153,


.18


(1.18)


Computer Supplies




316.00




231,


,19


84.81


Copier Supplies




970.00




294.


.20


675.80


Postage




700.00




269.


.27


430.73


Dues & Membership


1,


,895.00


1,


,120.


,40


774.60


Tuition/Education




850.00




154.


.00


696.00


Advertising




400.00


1,


,080.


,79


(680.79)


Meetings & Conferences




475.00




575.


.76


(100.76)


Mileage Reimbursement




500.00




421.


.92


78.08


Expense Reimbursement




75.00




69.


.94


5.06


Gasoline




200.00




209.


,36


(9.36)


Vehicle Supplies




50.00




10.


.00


40.00


Medical Supplies




600.00




389.


.19


210.81


Recreational Supplies


18,


,996.00


8,


,689.


.94


10, 306.06


Uniforms /Clothing




548.00




112.


.50


435.50


Food/Meals


4,


,600.00


4,


,440.


,96


159.04


Photography Supplies




575.00




335.


,41


239.59


New Equipment


4,


,185.00


2,


,707.


.19


1,477.81


Equipment Rental


9,


,785.00


6,


,835.


.50


2, 949.50


Vehicle Maintenance




293.00




401.


,04


(108.04)


Equipment Maintenance


3,


,123.00


3,


,294.


.84


(171.84)


Printing




270.00








270.00


Other Contract Services


9,


,845.00


6,


,250.


.00


3,595.00


Other Professional Services


7,


,450.00


4,


,928.


,00


2,522.00


Admission Fees


1,


,540.00




546.


.50


993.50




341.


,021.00


297


,189.


.99


43,831.01


LIBRARY














Other Professional Service


299,


,055.00


299


,055.


.00


0.00



PATRIOTIC PURPOSES

Memorial Day

Food/Meals

Memorial Supplies

Equipment Rental

Other Contract Services

Old Home Day

Personnel
Office Supplies
Copier Supplies
Postage
Advertising
Electrical Supplies
Carpentry Supplies



1,


,625.00


1,


,336.82


288.18


4,


,074.00


2,


,380.00


1, 694.00




250.00




63.36


186.64


3,


,500.00


1,


,625.00


1,875.00




522.00




325.23


196.77




130.00






130.00




70.00




70.28


(0.28)




595.00




533.61


61.39




80.00






80.00




300.00






300.00




100.00






100.00



61



Recreational Supplies


2,


,900,


,00


2,


095.


,18


804.82


Photography Supplies




200,


.00




61.


,84


138.16


Traffic Signs




100,


.00








100.00


New Equipment


1,


,500,


.00








1,500.00


Equipment Rental


3,


,355,


.00


3,


,542.


.00


(187.00)


Printing




300,


.00




332,


.00


(32.00)


Other Contract Services


4,


,000,


.00


4,


,200,


.00


(200.00)


Other Professional Services


2,


,100.


.00


2,


,552,


.00


(452.00)




25


,701


.00


19,


,117,


.32


6,583.68


CONSERVATION COMMISSION
















Office Supplies










44,


.46


(44.46)


Stationery /Paper














0.00


Books /Subscriptions










15,


.00


(15.00)


Postage










12,


.80


(12.80)


Dues & Membership




400


.00




425


.00


(25.00)


Meetings & Conferences










5,


.00


(5.00)


Advertising




400


.00








400.00


Mileage Reimbursement
















Food /Meals
















Photography Supplies
















New Equipment
















GRANT-Cain's Brook








1,


,971


.28


(1,971.28)



800.00



*Will Receive a grant from the
State for 3,937.81 for expenditures
and Town Employee hours



2,473.54



(1,673.54)



LONG TERM DEBT PRINCIPAL

Sewer Bond



3,995,000.00 3,995,000.00



0.00



LONG TERM DEBT INTEREST

Sewer Bond



1,001,055.00 1,001,055.00



0.00



TAX ANTICIPATION NOTE

Interest Charges

TOTAL OPERATING BUDGET



50,000.00



11,947,568.00



0.00
11,955,916.83



50,000.00
(8,348.83)



SPECIAL ARTICLES 1997

#3 Re-Roof Town Hall 35,000.00 33,064.86 1,935.14

#6 Human Services 66,892.00 38,412.00 28,480.00

#10 Repair Community Center Roof 22,000.00 13,187.90 8,812.10

#12 Water-Generator, cholorinat. 98,000.00 8,316.70 89,683.30

#16 Repair Public Works Roof 25,000.00 17,305.10 7,694.90

#17 Paving & Fencing Cemeteries 39,650.00 269.60 39,380.40

#23 SPCA 1,250.00 1,250.00



287,792.00



110,556.16



177,235.84



ENCUMBERED SPECIAL ARTICLES
1993

#46 Gruhn Well Clean-up
#54 Handicap Transportation



14,983.41
673.00

62



14,983.41
673.00



0.00
0.00



1994

#23 Sewer On-going Construction
#47 Crosswalk Route 1

1995

#17 Town Hall Heating & AC
#20 Well #5 Pump House

1996

#17 Police Computer System

#19 Water Dept-Vehicle

#21 Town Hall-Computer Upgrade

#23 DPW-1840 Case Skid Steer

#27 DPW-Sidewalks

#29 Fire-Paramedic Training

ENCUMBRANCE - OPERATING BUDGET

Assessing Dept-Tax Maps
Park Dept-Tennis Court
Rec Dept-Ref inish gym
Rec Dept-5% Retainer dryvit

RSA 32:11 Emergency Expenditures

Water System-Sequestering
Power Plant-Litigation & Neg.

Scholarship Trust Fund

Francise fees Jan-June 1996



10,000.


,00








10,


000.


00


11,224.


.89








11,


224.


,89


42,334.


,28


42,


334.


,28




0.


,00


44,765.


,55


44,


765.


,55




0.


,00


25,604,


.00


22,


593.


,53


3,


010,


,47


2,278.


.59








2,


278.


,59


2,164.


.00








2,


,164,


,00


199,768.


,81


12,


243.


,97


187,


,524,


,84


76,298.


.15


65,


289.


,33


11,


,008,


,82


5, 066,


.87


5,


,066,


.87




0,


.00


4,908,


.00


4,


,258,


.00




650,


.00


9,728,


.00


9,


.728,


.00




0,


.00


1,025,


.00


1,


,025,


.00




0,


.00


30,000


.00


27,


,163,


.71


2,


, 836


.29


200,000


.00


200,


,000


.00







.00


7,151


.48


7,


,151


.48







.00



Abatement/Refunds



UNCLASSIFIED
Payments to State

Dog Licenses
Dog Damages
Marriages
Vital Statistics



892.50 (892.50)

750.00 (750.00)

3,914.00 (3,914.00)

1,944.00 (1,944.00)



SEABROOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Budget 1996-1997 balance
Budget 1997-1998



2,223,649.50 2,223,649.50 0.00

5,722,003.00 3,245,334.36 2,476,668.64



WINNACUNNET HIGH SCHOOL

Budget 1996-1997 balance
Budget 1997-1998



1, 964, 997.00
4,280,873.00



1,964,997.00 0.00

2,420,000.00 1,860,873.00



COUNTY TAX 1997
PRECINCT TAX 1997



3,384,226.00
10,376.00



3, 384,226.00
10,376.00



0.00
0.00



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CC»IPARATIVE STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES
Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1997



TITLE OF APPROPRIATION



APPROPRIATION



EXPENDITURE



UNEXPENDED
BALANCE



OVERDRAFT



Executive 255,473.00 257,280.80

Election, Regist. & Vital Statistics 136,053.00 123,937.85 12,115.15

Financial Administration 325,898.00 279,319.86 46,578.14

Legal Expense 110,000.00 169,370.74

Employees Benefits 1,182,279.00 1,414,967.52

Planning & Zoning 24,689.00 26,939.81

General Government Buildings 343,084.00 258,306.50 84,777.50

Cemeteries 40,050.00 28,262.72 11,787.28

Insurance 145,000.00 151,358.00

*Police Department 1,454,685.00 1,394,009.23 60,675.77

Fire Department 1,010,511.00 1,020,209.75

Building Inspection 38,610.00 40,848.79

Emergency Management 39,874.00 36,726.71 3,147.29

Highway Department 377,583.00 423,553.25

Street Lights 49,800.00 39,656.44 10,143.56

Rubbish Department 499,329.00 504,442.14

Animal Control 28,979.00 29,852.03

Mosquito Control 38,690.00 30,260.61 8,429.39

Health Department 43,141.00 40,406.64 2,734.36

Welfare Department 91,208.00 72,316.59 18,891.41

Parks & Recreation 341,021.00 297,189.99 43,831.01

Library 299,055.00 299,055.00 0.00

Patriotic Purposes (Memorial S Old Home) 25,701.00 19,117.32 6,583.68

Conservation Commission 800.00 2,473.54

Principal-Long Term Bonds & Notes 3,995,000.00 3,995,000.00 0.00

Interest-Long Term Bonds & Notes 1,001,055.00 1,001,055.00 0.00

Interest on TAN 50,000.00 50,000.00

**Sewer Dept . 932,945.00 722,384.85 210,560.15

***Water Dept. 584,662.00 524,482.23 60,179.77



(1,807.80)



(59,370.74)

(232,688.52)

(2,250.81)



(6,358.00)



(9,698.75)
(2,238.79)



(45,970.25)



(5,113.14)
(873.03)



(1,673.54)



TITLE OF ARTICLE



i3 Re-roof Town Hall

i6 Human Services

♦10 Repair Community Center Roof

112 Generator, Clorination Etc.

}16 Repair Public Works Roof

}17 Paving & Fencing Cemeteries

»23 SPCA



35,000.00
66,892.00
22,000.00
98,000.00
25,000.00
39,650.00
1,250.00



33,064.86
38,412.00
13,187.90
8,316.70
17,305.10
269.60



1,935.14
28,480.00

8,812.10
89,683.30

7,694.90
39,380.40

1,250.00



13,752,967.00 13,313,340.07



807,670.30 (368,043.37)



^note includes $15, 325 from Grant from the Federal Government
''*note includes $14,800 encumbered from 1996
'■**note includes $38,000 encumbered from 1996



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RECORD OF DEATHS IN THE TOWN OF SEABROOK, NEW HAMPSHIRE
YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1997



DATE

12/19/95

01/02/97

01/14/97

01/14/97

01/17/97

01/29/97

02/01/97

02/03/97

02/10/97

02/13/97

02/17/97

02/18/97

02/22/97

02/22/97

02/25/97

03/06/97

03/08/97

03/13/97

03/15/97

03/31/97

04/05/97

04/05/97

04/12/97

04/17/97

04/20/97

04/22/97

04/24/97

04/28/97

04/30/97

05/05/97

05/12/97

05/13/97

05/15/97

05/18/97

05/20/97

05/20/97

05/24/97

05/29/97

06/10/97

06/13/97

06/15/97

06/20/97

06/23/97

07/09/97

07/11/97

07/26/97

08/01/97

08/07/97

08/17/97

08/21/97

08/29/97

09/03/97

09/22/97

09/25/97

09/26/97

09/27/97

10/03/97

10/05/97

10/09/97



PLACE OF DEATH
MANCHESTER, NH
EXETER, NH
NEWBURYPORT , MA
SEABROOK, NH
EXETER, NH
HAMPTON, NH
EXETER, NH
SEABROOK, NH
NEWBURYPORT , MA
SEABROOK, NH
SEABROOK, NH
SEABROOK, NH
EXETER, NH
EXETER, NH
SEABROOK, NH
EXETER, NH
EXETER, NH
PORTSMOUTH, NH
SEABROOK, NH
HAVERHILL, MA
SEABROOK, NH
SEABROOK, NH
SEABROOK, NH
SEABROOK, NH
BRADFORD , MA
SEABROOK, NH
SEABROOK, NH
SEABROOK, NH
EXETER, NH
EXETER, NH
SEABROOK, NH
SEABROOK, NH
NEWBURYPORT , MA
BRENTWOOD , NH
SEABROOK, NH
SEABROOK, NH
NEWBURYPORT , MA
SEABROOK, NH
HAMPTON, NH
HAMPTON , NH
NEWBURYPORT , MA
SEABROOK, NH
EXETER, NH
EXETER, NH
EXETER, NH
EXETER, NH
SEABROOK, NH
NEWBURYPORT , MA
DOVER, NH
EXETER, NH
HAMPTON , NH
WORCESTER, MA
PORTSMOUTH , NH
SEABROOK, NH
EXETER, NH
SEABROOK, NH
NEWBURYPORT , MA
RYE, NH
HAMPTON, NH



NAME

DONALD LEE HELSLEY

PETER COLVILL CUMMINGS

JO-ANNE MUSE

ROBERT LESLIE PERRY

ELIZABETH GETCHELL

MARIE ELAINE LAVIN

MARY DOROTHY LEVIS

HERBERT CHARLES LATTIME

HELEN J. SMALL

WILLIAM FRANCIS HALE

FRANK EDWIN ADAMS

EARL FRANCIS MERRILL

AGNES E. CASALI

LILLIAN SIR

RUTH HELEN JANA/RIN

MERLE LEON BAGLEY

LINDA ALICE FRENCH

SIDNEY HERBERT PEVEAR

PAULINE LYDIA VOLAK

BARBARA ELEANOR SARGENT

BETTY ANN DOWNS

JOSEPH JOHN KORSAK

HAROLD ALFRED TEAGUE

NICHOLAS CALIAS

MARY LOUISE CRONIN

FLOYD C. WILKINS

IRENE ISABELL MANZER

PHILIP JOHN DAVIS

VERNON GORDON DOW

JOHN J. CREILSON

MARIE AMELIA CARLSON

ANNA REBECCA EATON

FRANCES D. SWEENEY

MABEL KELLEY

ANDREW DIBIASIO

MILDRED IRMA HASKELL

MARY L. SULLIVAN

ROBERT THOMAS CONLEY

LEONA PEARL HOMAN

MILDRED LILLIAN FOWLER

ANDREW J. VISCUSO, SR .

RUDOLPH CARD IN

REGINALD HERBERT SMITH

GEORGE D. KNOWLTON

MARION H. SNOW

WILLIAM FRANK BROWN, JR.

HELEN L. GAGNON

WILLIAM ALBERT RAND EATON

WILLIAM DAVID EGAN

GERTRUDE M.C. DOSE

RAYNARD ARNOLD JANVRIN

WILLIAM V. DOLAN, JR.

LEONARD JOHN MULLEN

NATT W. GLINES

RALPH H. KING

ELIZABETH ROSEMARY WELCH

THEODORE F. CLARK

ALICE BLANCHETTE

EDWARD J. GILBERT



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10/19/97

10/29/91

11/06/97

11/14/97

11/15/97

11/27/97

12/12/97

12/17/97

12/20/97

12/21/97

12/23/97

12/24/97

12/30/97

03/1997

1997

1997

1997

1997



ROCHESTER, NH
SEABROOK, NH
EXETER, NH
MANCHESTER, NH
SEABROOK, NH
EXETER, NH
SEABROOK, NH
SEABROOK, NH
EXETER, NH
PORTSMOUTH, NH
LOWELL, MA
SEABROOK, NH
BOSTON, MA



JOSEPHINE GENNARO PERKINS
CLAIRE ANN CHAMPOUX
KATHERINE E. KELLY
FRANK LESLIE KNOWLES
JOSEPH BRUCE HARVEY
LAVINIA O'CONNELL
WENDELL ALBERT DOW, JR.
ELEANOR ELAINE CRISPO
DONALD FRANCIS STODDARD
RICHARD PHINEAS BECKMAN
MARY L. KING
ELLEN ALBERTA KNOWLES
STEPHEN FRANCIS CAHOON
HARRY F. GROVES
JOHN J. PALLADINO, JR.
MARJORIE A. DRIESBACK
EDGAR R. KELLEY
LYDIA OUELLETTE PITRE



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Plodzik & Sanderson

Professional Association/Accountants & Auditors
193 North Main Street » Concord « New Hampshire « 03301-5063 • 603-225-6996 • FAX-7. 24-1380

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 of the Town of Seabrook as
of and for the year ended December 31, 1996. These general-purpose financial statements are the
responsibility of the Town's management. Our responsibility is to express an opinion on these general-
purpose financial statements based on our audit.

We conducted our audit in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards and Government
Auditing Standards issued by the Comptroller General of the United States. Those standards require
that we plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the general-purpose
financial statements are free of material misstatement. An audit includes examining, on a test basis,
evidence supporting the amounts and disclosures in the general-purpose financial statements. An audit
also includes assessing the accounting principles used and significant estimates made by management,
as well as evaluating the overall general-purpose fmancial statement presentation. We believe that our
audit provides a reasonable basis for our opinion.

The general-purpose fmancial statements referred to above do not include the general fixed assets
account group which should be included in order to conform with generally accepted accounting
principles. As is the case with most municipal entities in the State of New Hampshire, the Town of
Seabrook has not maintained historical cost records of its fixed assets. The amount that should be
recorded in the general fixed assets account group is not known.

In our opinion, except for the effect on the financial statements of the omission described in the


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