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be a non-lapsing account per RSA 32:7, VI and shall not lapse as to
each line item until the contributions are completed or in one (1)
year. The selectmen recommend Eighty Thousand Four Hundred Eighty-
four ($80,484.00) Dollars for this appropriation. The budget
committee recommends Eighty Thousand One Hundred Seventy-four

($80,174.00) Dollars for this appropriation. (Majority vote required.)



Human Service Agency

A Safe Place

AIDS Response of the Seacoast
American Red Cross
Area Homemaker Home Health
Aide Service



Board of Budget
Agency Selectmen Committee
Request Recommend Recommend



$ 2,000
2,500
1,000

4,500



$ 2,000
2,500
1,000

4,500



$2,000
2,500
1,250

4,500



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3,000


3,000


3,000


2,160


2,160


2,160


3,100


3,100


3,100


2,800


2,800


2,800


1,300


1,300


1,300


1,100


1,100


1,100


500


500


750


26,881


26,881


26,881


5,434


5,434


5,434


1,620


1,620


810


2,000


2,000


2,000


2,000


2,000


2,000


3,795


3,795


3,795


13,277


13,277


13,277


1,517


1,517


1,517


$80,484


$80,484


$80,174



Child & Family Services (Rockingham

Counseling)
Community Diversions
Crossroads
Lamprey Health Care
Retired Senior Volunteers
Richie McFarland Children's Fund
Rockingham County Adult Tutorial
Rockingham County Community Action
Rockingham County Nutrition Program
Seacoast Big Brothers Big Sisters

Of New Hampshire
Seacoast Healthnet
Seacoast Hospice
Seacoast Mental Health Center
Seacoast Visiting Nurses
Sexual Assault Support Services

(Women's Resource Center)



Article 16: To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of Four Thousand Five Hundred ($4,500.00) Dollars
to the Council on Aging to be used to continue the transportation
program which assists non-driving handicapped and/or elderly residents
of Seabrook. This will be a non-lapsing account per RSA 32:7, VI and
shall not lapse until the contribution is completed or in two (2)
years. The selectmen and the budget committee recommend this
appropriation. (Majority vote required.)

Article 17: To see if the town will vote to authorize the board
of selectmen to establish a program for televising selectmen's and
other local meetings and public information announcements through an
agreement with the local cable company, and also, to raise and
appropriate the sum of Thirty Thousand ($30,000.00) Dollars for the
purpose of purchasing and installing the necessary cable television
equipment and training personnel to operate it. This will be a non-
lapsing account per RSA 32:7, VI and shall not lapse until the
televising program is implemented and the equipment is in operation or
in two (2) years. The selectmen and the budget committee recommend
this appropriation. (Majority vote required.)

Article 18: To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of Thirty-two Thousand Five Hundred ($32,500.00)
for the purpose of creating two (2) additional burial sections at the
Hillside Cemetery. The work will consist of tree removal, stump
clearing, lot preparations, loam and seed, and paving the road
sections. This will be a non-lapsing account per RSA 32:7, VI and
shall not lapse until the expansion project is completed or in two (2)
years. The selectmen and the budget committee recommend this
appropriation. (Majority vote required).



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Article 19: To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of Ten Thousand ($10,000.00) Dollars to be used
for restoration of cemetery monuments within town cemeteries. This
will be a non-lapsing account per RSA 32:7, VI and shall not lapse
until the restoration project is completed or in two (2) years. The
selectmen and the budget committee recommend this appropriation.
(Majority vote required) .

Article 20: To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of Forty-nine Thousand Seven Hundred ($49,700.00)
Dollars for the purpose of reshaping and paving Cross Beach Road. The
work will consist of re-grading, adding gravel and paving. This will
be a non-lapsing account per RSA 32:7, VI and shall not lapse until
the work is completed or in two (2) years. The selectmen and the
budget committee recommend this appropriation. (Majority vote
required) .

Article 21: To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of Twenty-six Thousand Four Hundred ($26,400.00)
Dollars for the purpose of paving Lower Collins Street. The work will
consist of re-grading, adding gravel and paving. This will be a non-
lapsing account per RSA 32:7, VI and shall not lapse until the work is
completed or in two (2) years. The selectmen and the budget committee
recommend this appropriation. (Majority vote required.)

Article 22: To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of Eighty-nine Thousand Seven Hundred ($89,700.00)
Dollars for the purpose of purchasing and equipping a 2001 dump truck
for the public works department. This will be a non-lapsing account
per RSA 32:7, VI and shall not lapse until the plow truck is purchased
and equipped or in two (2) years. The selectmen and the budget
committee recommend this appropriation. (Majority vote required).

Article 23: To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of One Hundred Thousand ($100,000.00) Dollars for
the construction of sidewalks. The areas of construction will include
Centennial Street, Railroad Avenue and any remaining sections of South
Main Street. This will be a non-lapsing account per RSA 32:7, VI and
shall not lapse until the work is completed or in two (2) years. The
selectmen and the budget committee recommend this appropriation.
(Majority vote required.)

Article 24: To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of Forty-five Thousand Three Hundred ($45,300.00)
Dollars for the purpose of the removal of the ash pile, compost
grinding, and a concrete container pad at the transfer station. The
New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services has instructed the
town to devise a plan for removal of the ash pile. This will be a
non-lapsing account per RSA 32:7 VI, and shall not lapse until the
work is completed or in two (2) years. The selectmen and the budget
committee recommend this appropriation. (Majority vote required).



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Article 25: To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of Thirty-nine Thousand Eight Hundred ($39,800.00)
Dollars for the purpose of purchasing and equipping a 2001
backhoe/loader for the transfer station, and to authorize the sale or
trade-in of the existing 1993 Case 580 Super K backhoe/loader. This
will be a non-lapsing account per RSA 32:7 VI, and shall not lapse
until the work is completed or in two (2) years. The selectmen and
the budget committee recommend this appropriation. (Majority vote
required) .

Article 26: To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of Forty-one Thousand One Hundred Eighty
($41,180.00) Dollars for the purpose of purchasing a horizontal baler
for the transfer station, and to authorize the sale or trade-in of the
existing baler. This will be a non-lapsing account per RSA 32:7 VI,
and shall not lapse until the work is completed or in two (2) years.
The selectmen and the budget committee recommend this appropriation.
(Majority vote required) .

Article 27: To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of Two Hundred Seventy-nine Thousand ($279,000.00)
Dollars to -complete final installation of the new Riley Water Well.
The work will consist of piping, building expansion, electrical
control panels and generator. This new well will provide 350 gallons
per minute to our water supply. This will be a non-lapsing account
per RSA 32:7, VI and shall not lapse until the work is completed or in
two (2) years. The selectmen and the budget committee recommend this
appropriation. (Majority vote required) .

Article 28: To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of One Hundred Fifteen Thousand ($115,000.00)
Dollars to paint the water tower located at New Zealand and Stard
Roads. The work will consist of sandblasting interior, additional
entrance, interior painting and exterior repairs. This will be a non-
lapsing account per RSA 32:7, VI and shall not lapse until the work is
completed or in two (2) years. The selectmen and the budget committee
recommend this appropriation. (Majority vote required) .

Article 29: To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of Twenty-four Thousand ($24,000.00) Dollars for
the purpose of purchasing and equipping a 3/4 ton utility truck for
the water department to replace a 1989, 3/4 ton Dodge utility truck
with 110,000+ mileage which has been in an accident and was
totaled/damaged beyond repair. This will be a non-lapsing account per
RSA 32:7, VI and shall not lapse until the utility truck is purchased
and equipped or in two (2) years. The selectmen and the budget
committee recommend this appropriation. (Majority vote required) .

Article 30: To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of Eighteen Thousand Five Hundred ($18,500.00)
Dollars for the purpose of performing general building maintenance and
replacing the entrance doors at the town office building. The work

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will consist of maintenance work including exterior painting and
installing an automatic handicap accessible entrance door system that
will comply with federal regulations. This will be a non-lapsing
account per RSA 32:7, VI and shall not lapse until the maintenance
work is performed or in two (2) years. The selectmen and the budget
committee recommend this appropriation. (Majority vote required).

Article 31: To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of Fifteen Thousand ($15,000.00) Dollars for the
purpose of purchasing and installing a new telephone system in the
town office building. The existing system is 20 years old and not
able to meet our service needs. The work will consist of replacing
the existing system. This will be a non-lapsing account per RSA 32:7,
VI and shall not lapse until the telephone system purchase and
installation work is completed or in two (2) years. The selectmen and
the budget committee recommend this appropriation. (Majority vote
required) .

Article 32: To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of Sixteen Thousand Five Hundred ($16,500.00)
Dollars for the purpose of repairing the remaining one-half of the
Seabrook Community Center parking lot and main drive. This will be a
non-lapsing account per RSA 32:7, VI and shall not lapse until the
work is completed or in two (2) years. The selectmen and the budget
committee recommend this appropriation. (Majority vote required).

Article 33: To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of Fourteen Thousand Three Hundred ($14,300.00)
Dollars for the purpose of replacing the curbing system using granite
on the northeast section of the Seabrook Community Center parking lot.
The work will consist of replacing the existing hot top curbing that
has deteriorated. This will be a non-lapsing account per RSA 32:7, VI
and shall not lapse until the purchase and installation is completed
or in two (2) years. The selectmen and the budget committee recommend
this appropriation. (Majority vote required).

Article 34: To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of Fourteen Thousand Five Hundred ($14,500.00)
Dollars for the purpose of purchasing an upgrade multi users Rec Trac
program and a new photo I.D. card system, equipment, server and
supplies for the community center. This will be a non-lapsing account
per RSA 32:7, VI and shall not lapse until the system is completely
installed and set-up or in two (2) years. The selectmen and the
budget committee recommend this appropriation. (Majority vote
required) .

Article 35: To see if the town will vote to create a revolving
fund account for recreational purposes in accordance with RSA 35-B:
211. The monies shall be allowed to accumulate from year to year and
shall not be considered part of the town's general surplus. The
treasurer of the town shall have custody of all monies in the fund,
and shall pay out the same only upon the order of the Recreation



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Commission. Such funds shall be expended only for the purposes

authorized by RSA 35-B and no expenditure shall be made in such a way

as to require the expenditure of, or create liability upon, other town

funds, which have not been appropriated for that purpose.

Article 36: To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of Thirty Thousand ($30,000.00) Dollars for the
purpose of purchasing two (2) sets of jaws-of-life for the fire
department. The purpose of the purchase is to replace two (2)
existing sets that are over 20 years old and not operating properly.
This will be a non-lapsing account per RSA 32:7, VI and shall not
lapse until the purchase and installation is completed or in two (2)
years. The selectmen and the budget committee recommend this
appropriation. (Majority vote required).

Article 37: To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of Thirty-two Thousand ($32,000.00) Dollars for
the purpose of purchasing turn-out gear for the fire department. The
purpose of the purchase is to provide needed protective gear for all
of our fire department personnel. This will be a non-lapsing account
per RSA 32:7, VI and shall not lapse until the purchase and
installation "is completed or in two (2) years. The Selectmen and the
budget committee recommend this appropriation. (Majority vote
required) .

Article 38: To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of Twenty-four Thousand ($24,000.00) Dollars for
the purpose of purchasing one (1) thermal, imaging camera for the fire
department. The purpose of the purchase is to provide the ability to
detect people in fires and assist in firefighting operations. This
will be a non-lapsing account per RSA 32:7, VI and shall not lapse
until the purchase and installation is completed or in two (2) years.
The selectmen and the budget committee recommend this appropriation.
(Majority vote required) .

Article 39: To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of Fifteen Thousand ($15,000.00) Dollars for the
purpose of purchasing and installing a computerized dispatch system
for the fire department. The purpose of the purchase is to enhance
our dispatching capability, provides town map and interfaces with
state 911 system. This will be a non-lapsing account per RSA 32:7, VI
and shall not lapse until the purchase and installation is completed
or in two (2) years. The selectmen and the budget committee recommend
this appropriation. (Majority vote required).

Article 40: To see if the town will vote to amend Chapter 249 of
the Code of the Town of Seabrook - Vehicles and Traffic - by adding a
new subsection to Section 249-25 - General parking prohibitions - to



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read as follows and, upon adoption, to renumber the chapter
appropriately :

The board of selectmen will be authorized to change which side
parking is allowed where it conflicts with mail delivery.

Article 41: To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of Thirty Thousand ($30,000.00) Dollars for
legal/consulting services for monitor, reviewing and legal review of
pending legislation to modify RSA 162-f, Nuclear Decommissioning
funding. The power plant is for sale and the legislature is amending
this statute. It is imperative that we make sure the funding is
sufficient to properly close the plant and restore the site for future
Commercial/industrial use. This will be a non- lapsing account per RSA
32:7, VI and shall not lapse until the statute is amended or in two
(2) years. The selectmen and the budget committee recommend this
appropriation. (Majority vote required) .

Article 42: To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of Seven Thousand Five Hundred ($7,500.00) Dollars
for the purpose of developing a capita:! improvement program (CIP) ; and
to authorize the planning board to prepare and amend a recommended
program of municipal capital improvement projects projected over a
period of at least Six (6) years. This will be a non-lapsing account
per RSA 32:7, VI and shall not lapse until the CIP is developed and
implemented or in two (2) years. The selectmen and the budget
committee recommend this appropriation. (Majority vote required)

Article 43: To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of Twenty Thousand ($20,000.00) Dollars for the
purpose of purchasing and equipping a snow plow/blower tractor for the
purpose of removing snow from sidewalks on town roads. This will be a
non-lapsing account per RSA 32:7, VI and shall not lapse until the
tractor is purchased and equipped or in two (2) years. The selectmen
and the budget committee recommend this appropriation. (Majority vote
required. )

Article 44: On petition of Asa H. Knowles, Jr., and thirty-seven
(37) other legal voters of the town: "To see if the Town will vote to
authorize the Board of Selectmen to negotiate a cost of living pay
increase with the four town employee bargaining units: Seabrook
Supervisory Employee Association (SSEA) , Seabrook Employees'
Association (SEA) , Seabrook Permanent Firefighters Association
(SPFFA) , and Seabrook Police Association (SPA) based on the National
Cost of Living Index, to be done annually, and in so doing, empower
the Board of Selectmen the authority to give all four bargaining units
a cost of living pay increase, exclusive of town meeting confirmation
and ratification vote, to come into effect in the year 2002, upon
passage of this article."

Article 45: On petition of Martin P. Janvrin and forty-seven
(47) other legal voters of the town: "To see if the Town will vote to
set the salary of the Fire Chief at Sixty-eight Thousand Dollars



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($68,000.00) per year. Said salary to be retroactive to March 2000
and to raise and appropriate the sum of Fifty-six Thousand Dollars

($56,000.00) to cover the cost of the same for the years 2000 and 2001
and thereafter to be included in the fire department budget." This
will be a non-lapsing account per RSA 32:7, VI and shall not lapse
until the salary is set and paid retroactively or in two (2) years.
The selectmen and the budget committee do not recommend this
appropriation. (Majority vote required) .

Article 46: On petition of Martin P. Janvrin and fifty-one (51)
other legal voters of the town: "To see if the Town will vote to
raise and appropriate the sum of Twenty Thousand Dollars ($20,000.00)
to remodel the dispatch room at the fire station to handle 911 calls,
the dispatch computer and radios." This will be a non-lapsing account
per RSA 32:7, VI and shall not lapse until the dispatch room is
remodeled or in two (2) years. The selectmen and the budget committee
recommend this appropriation. (Majority vote required) .

Article 47: On petition of Martin P. Janvrin and forty-seven

(47) other legal voters of the town: "To see if the Town will vote to
raise and appropriate the sum of Six Thousand Six Hundred Fifty
Dollars ($6,650.00) for "Flashy the Fire Dog" robot to be purchased
for the Fire Prevention Department for use at the school and the fire
station." This will be a non-lapsing account per RSA 32:7, VI and
shall not lapse until the robot is purchased or in two (2) years. The
selectmen and the budget committee do not recommend this
appropriation. (Majority vote required).

Article 48: On petition of Martin P. Janvrin and forty-eight

(48) other legal voters of the town: "To see if the Town will vote to
raise and appropriate the sum of Nineteen Hundred Dollars ($1,900.00)
to purchase a digital recorder for all 911 and 474-3434 telephone
emergency calls." This will be a non-lapsing account per RSA 32:7, VI
and shall not lapse until the digital recorder is purchased or in two
(2) years. The selectmen and the budget committee recommend this
appropriation. (Majority vote required).

Article 49: On petition of John Difeo and twenty-seven (27)
other legal voters of the town: "To see if the town will vote to:

1. Delete all references to body piercing from Chapter
238 of the Seabrook Ordinances; and

2 . Enact and adopt the attached new section as Chapter
238-A or as otherwise designated by the Selectmen:

Body Piercing Town of Seedarook, NH

Article I .

Authority and Interpretation of Terms



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Section- 1 Findings

A. This chapter has been enacted pursuant to the authority
granted the Town by NH RSA 147:1 and NH RSA 31:39m,
effective July 1, 1989. Effective Date, October 14, 1989
and confirmed by RSA 314-A, effective July 1, 1994.

B. The purpose of this ordinance is to protect the safety,
health, and welfare of the general public and not to
protect the personal or property interests of individuals.
Nothing in this ordinance shall be deemed to be the making
of a promise, or the undertaking of a special duty towards
or relationship with any person who is body pierced; nor
shall the provision of, or failure to provide such
licenses or to undertake particular inspections or types
of inspections be deemed to create a special relationship
or duty towards any person upon which any action in
negligence or other tort might be founded.

C. This Ordinance is based on the following legislative
findings :

1. There is a risk of harm to the public from the practice
of body piercing. The risk arises from the
characteristics of this practice, the characteristics
of clients served, and the characteristics of the work
place environment and supervisory practices.

2. Body piercing is an invasive procedure in which the
skin is penetrated by a foreign object. If body
piercers do not follow proper sterilization and
antiseptic procedures, there is a risk of transmission
of blood borne or other infections.

3. Body piercing may cause allergic reactions in persons
sensitive to dyes or metals used in ornamentation.

4. The public can be protected from this risk by requiring
the use of universal precautions related to the
transmission of blood borne infections and by
disclosure requirements to facilitate informed choice.

D. When, and if, the State of New Hampshire adopts
regulations relative to body piercing, this shall be read
in concert with them. To the extent that these regulations
conflict with those adopted by the State of New Hampshire,
the more stringent regulations shall apply.

Section-2 In'terpre'tation of Tenns

For the purposes of this Chapter, the following words and phrases
when used herein shall be construed as follows:

1. Board of Health - As defined in NH RSA 128:3 whereas the Health
Officer shall be the Secretary and Executive Officer of and with
the Board of Selectmen, shall constitute the local Board of Health
for the Town.



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2. Body Piercing - Technique whereby various body parts are pierced
and surgical steel rings or studs are inserted. Body sites may
include but may not be limited to ear, nose, cheek, tongue, navel,
forehead, nipples and genitals.

3. Body Piercing Artist - Any person who actually performs the work of
body piercing.

4. Body Piercing Establishment - Any room or space where body piercing
is practiced or where the business of body piercing is conducted or
any part thereof.

5. Body Piercing Owner or Operator - Shall mean any person who
controls, operates, conducts, or manages any body piercing
establishment, whether actually performing the work of body
piercing or not.

6. Certificate of Inspection - Inspection report made by the Health
Officer or his/her duly authorized agent prior to issuing a Body
Piercing Establishment License indicating that the establishment
complies with the requirements of the ordinance.

7. Communicable Disease - Shall mean any disease caused by an
infectious agent which may be transmitted directly or indirectly
from one individual to another.

8. Health Certificate - Shall mean a card or letter valid for one (1)
year issued to a body piercing artist by a medical physician,
licensed to practice in NH or MA, after satisfactory tests for
tuberculosis and after a satisfactory examination for apparent
communicable diseases, particularly in respect to arms and hands.

9. Universal Precautions - Precautionary guidelines issued by the
National Centers for Disease Control (CDC) for use in the
prevention of transmission of infectious diseases from contact with
potentially infected body fluids. Universal precautions also apply
to semen and vaginal secretions, tissues and body fluids such as


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