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establishment shall be for a period of at least forty-eight (48)
hours or until such time as the issues of noncompliance are brought
into compliance. A re-inspection fee of fifty dollars ($50) shall
be charged individually to all artists involved in the issues of
noncompliance .

B. Any licensed body-piercing establishment subsequently found to be
in noncompliance of this Chapter for a second time and not
operating under the intent of this Chapter shall have its license
revoked for up to 10 days but not until such issues are brought to
compliance. Such revocations may be made by the Health Officer,
his/her duly authorized agent and/or per order of the Board of
Health and shall be the result of documentation of such
noncompliance.

C. Any licensed body piercing establishment found to be in
noncompliance of this Chapter for a third or other subsequent
offense shall be guilty of a violation and may be fined up to
twenty-five Dollars ($25), per day as allowable under NH RSA 31:39
III, effective August 9, 1983. If ruled that the establishment may
re-open upon compliance, a re-inspection fee shall be assessed.

D. Anyone found to be operating an unlicensed body piercing
establishment in the Town shall be guilty of a violation and may be
fined up to Fifty Dollars ($50) per day as allowable under NH RSA
31:39 III. The establishment shall remain closed until all



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requirements of this Chapter are in compliance and a license has
been issued.
E. Appeals from any administrative decision to revoke a license (s)
shall be made in writing to the Board of Health with a request for
a public hearing.

Article 50: To transact all other legal business that may come
before this meeting.



Given under our hands and seals the 29th day of January, in the
year of our Lord Two Thousand One .



BOARD OF SELECTMEN



Oliver L. Carter, / - UiP. ^C



Oliver L. Carter , yQJ^ .



. ^Chairman



Knowleg> Jr.




Kar^n Knighit ^



A true copy of warrant - Attest:



BOARD OF SELECTMEN



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Asa li. Knowle;s, ^j..



Karen Knight



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We hereby certify that we gave notice to the inhabitants, within
named, to meet at the time and place and for the purpose within named,
by posting an attested copy of the within Warrant at the place of
meeting within named, and a like attested copy at the post office and
town hall, being public places in said Town of Seabrook on this the
29th day of January, 2001.



BOARD OF SELECTMEN




Karen Knight



STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE



January 29 f 2001



Personally appeared the above named Selectmen of the Town of
Seabrook and swore that the above was true to the best of their
knowledge and belief.



Rec'd & Rec'd 01/29/01
2pm

Deputy Town Clerk



Before me,




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STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ADMINISTRATION

MUNICIPAL SERVICES DIVISION

P.O. BOX 487, CONCORD, NH 03302-0487

(603)271-3397



MS-7

REVISED 1998



BUDGET OF THE TOWN/CITY
OF: _TOWN OF SEABROOK_

BUDGET FORM FOR TOWNS WHICH HAVE ADOPTED
THE PROVISIONS OF RSA 32:14 THROUGH 32:24

Appropriations and Estimates of Revenue for the Ensuing Year January 1, 2001_to December 31, 2001.

or Fiscal Year From to

IMPORTANT:
Please read RSA 32:5 applicable to all municipalities.

1. Use this form to list the entire budget in the appropriate recommended and not recommended area.
This means the operating budget and all special and individual warrant articles must be posted.

2. Hold at least one public hearing on this budget

3. When completed, a copy of the budget must be posted with the warrant. Another copy must be placed
on file with the town clerk, and a copy sent to the Department of Revenue Administration at the at>ove
address.



BUDGET COMMITTEE



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Budge! ■ ToMVCityof_SEABROOK_ FY 2001



SOURCE OF REVENUE



WARR.
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ESTIMATED REVENUES
PRIOR YEAR



5

ACTUAL

REVENUES

PRIOR YEAR



6

ESTIMATED

REVENUES

ENSUING YEAR





TAXES




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3120


Land Use Change Taxes




112.100


112,100


150,000


31S0


ResKtert Taxes










3185


Timber Taxes






1.156




3186


Payment in Lieu of Taxes










3189


Other Ta^ffis










3190


Interest & Penalties on Delinquent Taxes




30,000


53,863


30,000




Inventory Penalties










1


Excavation Tax ($02 cents per cu yd)










1


Excavation Activrty Tax











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LICENSES. PERMITS & FEES




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H 3210


Business Licenses & Permrts




44,105


44.454


44.105


H 3220


Motor Vshrcle Permit Fees




980.000


1.222.196


1.000.000


3230


Bulking Permrts




60.000


78.545


65.000


3290


Other Licenses. Permits & Fees




140.000


154.168


145.000


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FROM FEDERAL GOVERNMENT













FROM STATE




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3351


Shared Revenues




36,118


78.894


36.118


3352


Meats 4 Rooms Tax Distritxjtion




162.930


162.929


162.929


3353


Highway Block Grant




98.543


98.542


107201


3354


Water Polution Grant










3355


Housing & Commuiity Development










3356


State & Federal Forest L-and ReimbirsemenI










3357


Flood Control Reimbirsemert










3359


Other (Induing Railroad Tax)




3.109


4.553


4.000


3379


FROM OTHER GOVERNMENTS

























CHARGES FOR SERVICES




xxxxxxxxx




xxxxxxxxx




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3401-3406


Income from Departments




95.600


126.749


1,000,000


3409


Other Charges










MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES xxxxxxxxx




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3501


Sale of Mirtclpal Property




11.300


42.002


11,300


3502


Interest on Investments




125.000




271 .605


170,000


3503-3509


Other




15.000


33.987


15,000


INTERFUND OPERATING TRANSFERS IN xxxxxxxxx




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3912


From Special Reverxje Funds










3913


From Capital Projects Funds




750.000


750.000


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Budget - Town/City of _SEABROOK_ FY 2001



SOURCE OF REVENUE



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Revenues



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REVENUES



ENSUING YEAR



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Sewer - (Offset)




425,000


431,539


425,000




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445.000


466,604


445,000




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Airport - (Offset)










3915


From Capital Reserve Funds










3916


From Trust & Agency Funds




240


252


240





OTHER FINANCING SOURCES




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3934


Proc. from Long Term Bonds & Notes












Amts VOTED From F/B f 'Surplus")












Fund Balance ("Surplus") to Reduce Taxes








TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUE S CREDrfS


3,534,045


4,134,238


3,654,010



**BUDGET SUMBUBT**





SELECTMEN'S
RECOMMENDED BUDGET


BUDGET COMMITTEE'S
RECOMMENDED BUDGET


SUBTOTAL 1 Appropriations Recommended (from page 5)


14,050,969


14,550,738


SUBTOTAL 2 Special Wairant Articles Recommended (from page 6)


1,338,239


1,337,929


SUBTOTAL 3 Tndividuar Warrant Articles Recommended (from page 6)








TOTAL Appropriatidns Recommended


15,389,208


15.888,667


Less: Amount of Estimated Revenues & Credits (from atx)ve,column 6)


3,654,010


3,654,010


Estimated Amount of Taxes to be Raised


11,735,198


12.234.657



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CONSERVATION COMMISSION - TOWN REPORT 2000

The Conservation Commission has begun some serious work on the town
forest. This year we were able to begin mapping out the entire area,
began work on getting the ponds cleaned out and begin discussion on
how trails should be marked out. With all of this in mind, there is
also some talk of trying to put together a fishing derby in spring
2001 for the children of Seabrook at the town forest.

We have also been working on a water-monitoring project for the
Seabrook Beach storm drainage system outlet into the salt marsh.
Mike Colin and Sue Foote go out at specific times during each month
to take samples on the marsh areas. We were also able to purchase a
meter for this project.

Sue Foote and Jim fuller helped the science classes from Winnacunnet
on their dunes restoration project in the fall. They both enjoyed
the work with the kids.

The restoration of Secords Pond was begun this fall. The DPW crew
did a great job in removing the old dam and preparing the site for
the construction of the new dam. Through this winter and early next
spring the dredging will be done along with planting aquatic
vegetation that will help to make Secords Pond a self sustaining
aquatic habitat. This project is another step along the way of
restoring the Cains Brook watershed system.

The Conservation Commission, along with the Governor's Council on
Recycling sponsored the sale of compost bins. This project was a
success and we hope to do it again in spring 2001.

We are still planning to do some more work on the salt marsh area
around the school as soon as all the property owners are located.

The Conservation Commission meets on the second and fourth Monday of
each month at 7:00 p.m. during January, February, March, April, May,
September, October, November and December. During the months of
June, July and August we meet only on the second Monday of each month
at 7:00 p.m. The public is always invited to attend and get
involved.

Respectfully submitted.



Susan E. Foote, Chairman
James I. Fuller, Vice Chairman
Henry Boyd
Michael Colin



Jesse Fowler

Anthony Dow, Jr., Alternate
George W. Dow, Alternate
Derek Griggs, Forest Committee



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OFFICE OF CODE ENFORCEMENT
HEALTH OFFICER' S REPORT 2000

The Town of Seabrook continues to grow and the Health
Department duties become more challenging each year. The West Nile
Virus problem is moving into the area and the Health Department is
gathering all available information on how to respond if the need
arises. The Town's new ordinance prohibiting any new tattoo parlors
and body piercing was challenged and the court upheld the Town's
position in this matter.

Due to the lack of available vaccine, the free flu shot clinic
was not held this year. However, we hope to continue the program
next year. Rabies is still a problem and I would again remind pet
owners to keep your animal shots up to date.

The number of trash complaints was down slightly this year and,
with a little effort by some of the offending property owners, the
remaining problem areas could be cleaned up.



BUSINESSES INSPECTED AND LICENSED

Restaurants & Take-Out Stands 3 9

Stores & Markets 22

Motels & Inns 04

Beauty Parlors 06

Tattoo Parlors 08

Mobile Food Vendors 03

Tattoo Artist Licenses 27

Ice Cream Stands 03



COMPLAINTS - INVESTIGATIONS - INSPECTIONS

Sewage Related Complaints 14

Complaints of Unsanitary & Unsafe Living

Conditions 10

Trash Related Complaints 24

Miscellaneous Health Related Complaints 25

Animal Bites 22



Respectfully Submitted
Robert S. Moore
Health Officer



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OFFICE OF CODE ENFORCEMENT
BUILDING INSPECTOR'S REPORT 2000



The number of building permits increased in 2000 as the town
continues to grow. There was a decrease in the number of living
units constructed this year and I expect this trend to continue as
land becomes more scarce.

Wal-Mart is expanding and our commercial/industrial zones
continue to be the target of many developers and businesses. Irving
Oil has started construction of a convenience store/gas station on
Route 1. A proposed movie theater is being replaced by a Home Depot.
A four lot commercial subdivision has been approved on Route 1 in the
area of the Route 107 intersection.

Xaloy, a manufacturing company, has started to build on Stard
Road. Poland Springs is proposing to construct a 486,000 square foot
warehouse off of Ledge Road and several more commercial/industrial
projects are in the planning stages.

BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED:



CODE PERMITS ESTCST

Single Family Homes 4 6 4, 4 4 5, 900

Two Family/Duplex 07 7 4 9,578

Mobile Homes 31 1,190,881

Residential Alterations/

Additions & Remodels 10 6 64 6, 7 51

Garages 10 102,4 00

Commercial Buildings 01 327, 000

Commercial Alterations/

Additions & Remodels 14 3, 4 85, 500

Industrial Buildings 02 1, 917,000

Industrial Alterations/

Additions & Remodels 05 25 9,000

Miscellaneous 88 456, 57 6

(sheds, swimming pools, fences, etc.

Replaced Residential Dwellings 28 1, 364, 372

Family Apartments 03 44, 615

Renewal s 10 8 0,000

Municipal Buildings 01 2,000

TOTALS : 352 15 , 071 , 573

Commercial & Industrial Occupancy Permits Issued 09

Cease & Desist Citations Given 07

Respectfully Submitted
Robert S, Moore, CEO



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2000 ANNUAL TOWN REPORT - PLANNING BOARD

This past year the Planning Board' s number of cases processed
has been about the same as the previous four to five years. There
has been a slight increase in site plan review and condo conversions,
while there was a decrease in the number of subdivision. Lot line
changes were the same

The Board has completed the Town Master Plan, with the help of
town planner Thomas Morgan, and are now in the process of acquiring
finance by the town for the enactment of a Capitol Improvement Plan.
We have also recommended changes to the zoning ordinance for the town
warrant and have approved amendments to the Site Plan and Subdivision
Regulations. The Board held public hearings on these and reached a
decision that we felt would best serve the town and it's citizens.

At this time I would like to thank all the members for their
dedication and devotion. I am looking forward to working with all of
them in the coming year.



CASES PROCESSED IN 2000

Site Plans 14

Subdivisions 11

Lot Line Changes 12

Condo Conversions 07

Driveway Applications 2 5



Robert B. Brown Chairman

Susan Foote Vice Chairman

Philip Stockbridge Member

Wi 1 1 iam Cox Member

G. Keith Fowler Member

Paul Garand Member

Emily Sanborn Secretary

Robert Moore,



Cybelle Fowler Alternate

Richard Keefe Alternate

Ivan Eaton Jr Alternate

Michael Cawley Alternate

Thomas Morgan Town Planner

Michael Fowler Town Engineer

Asa Knowles Jr Selectmen's Rep.

CEO Advisor



Respectfully Submitted
Robert B. Brown, Chairman



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TOWN OF SEABROOK, NEW HAMPSHIRE

YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2000

STATEMENT OF TOWN CLERK' S ACCOUNTS FOR FISCAL TEAR



MOTOR VEHICLE, TITLE & DECAL FEES $1,257,300.50

MARRIAGE LICENSE FEES 6,120.00

VITAL STATISTIC FEES 12,562.77

DOG LICENSE FEES 3,349.49

BAD CHECK FEES 425.00

ELECTION FEES 43.00

COMMERCIAL TRANSFER STATION PERMIT FEES 170.00

RESIDENT STICKER PERMIT REPLACEMENT FEES 56.00

TOTAL FEES COLLECTED FOR THE TOWN OF SEABROOK $1,280,026.77

TOTAL REGISTRATIONS PROCESSED 12,403

FEES COLLECTED FOR THE STATE $ 350,048.90

RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED,

BONNIE L. FOWLER
TOWN CLERK



TOWN OF SEABROOK, NEW HAMPSHIRE

YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2000

STATEMENT OF TOWN CLERK' S ACCOUNTS FOR FISCAL YEAR

1999 2000 DIFFERENCE

MOTOR VEHICLE FEES $1,067,619.50 $1,257,300.50 + 189,681.00

MARRIAGE LICENSE FEES 5,400.00 6,120.00 + 720.00

VITAL STATISTIC FEES 10,065.54 12,562.77 + 2,497.23

DOG LICENSE FEES 3,213.00 3,349.50 + 136.50

BAD CHECK FEES 725.00 425.00 - 300.00

ELECTION FEES 79.00 43.00 - 36.00

TRANSFER STATION/COMMERCIAL FEE 175.00 170.00 - 5,00

RESIDENT STICKER REPLACEMENT FEE 48.00 56.00 + 8.00

TOTAL FEES COLLECTED $1,087,325.04 $1,280,026.77 + 192,701.73

FEES COLLECTED FOR THE STATE $ 350,048.90

TOTAL REGISTRATIONS PROCESSED 12,403

RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED,

BONNIE L. FOWLER
TOWN CLERK



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TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT
Seabrook, New Hampshire



Dec. 31, 2000



UNCOLLECTED TAXES -
BEG. OF YEAR*:
Property Taxes
Resident Taxes
Land Use Change
Yield Taxes
Utilities



Debits
Levy for Year
of this Report
XXXXXXXXX

xxxxxxxxx

XXXXXXXXX

xxxxxxxxx



Year
1999
688,274.49

49,760.00



TAXES COMMITTED THIS YEAR

Property Taxes

Resident Taxes

Land Use Change

Yield Taxes

Utilities

Check Fees

Conv of Int & Penalty Liens

OVERPAYMENT :

Property Taxes

Taxes Not Refunded

Resident Taxes

Land Use Change

Yield Taxes



23,038,921.00

118,000.00
1,156.19

175.00



20,672.61
8.08



12,332.09



5,610.16



Collect Interest-Late Taxes
Interest Yield Taxes
Land Use Change Rec Fee
Penalties -Resident Tax



8,255.81



36.99



14,820.26



Total Debits



23,187,225.68 770,797.00



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Tax Collector ' s Report
Se2±>rook, New Hampshire



Dec. 31, 2000



REMITTED TO

TPTCAfiTTRl SR:

Property Tcixes
Resident Taxes
Land Use Change
Yield Taxes
Utilities
Interest Property
Land Use Rec Fee
Penalties

Conversion to Lien
Conv Int & Penalty
Check Fees
DISCOX7NTS ALLOVVED



CREDITS
Levy for Year
of this Report
22,439,081.70

118,000.00
1,156.19

8,255.81
36.99



Year
1999
539,173.45



14,820.26



154,153.20
12,332.09



175.00



ABATEMENTS MADE:

Property Taxes

Resident Tsuces

Land Use Change

Yield Taxes

Utilities

Current Levy Deeded



4,102.03



558.00



49,760.00



UNCOLLECTED TAXES

END OF YEAR:
Property Tcuces
Resident Taxes
Land Use Change
Yield Taxes
Utilities



616,417.96



TOTAL CREDITS



23,187,225.68



770,797.00



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Tax Collector ' s Report
Seabrook, New Hampshire

DEBITS

Outstanding Liens 12/31/99
Liens Executed During Year
Interest & Costs

TOTAL DEBITS

CREDITS
REMITTED TO TREASURER:
Redemptions
Interest & Costs



Dec. 31,2000



ear of Report


1998




1997




1996




45,464.


26


27,356.


88


214.99


166,485.29












2,986.10


4,831.


.67


10,495.


.89


141.04


169,471.39


50,295.


.93


37,852.


.77


356.03


Year of Report


1998




1997




1996


60,637.19


21,672,


.02


26,321,


.07


214.99


2,986.10


4,831,


.67


10,495


.89


141.04



Abatements of Liens
Liens Deeded
Outstanding Liens
TOTAL CREDITS



105,848.10
169,471.39



23,792.24
50,295.93



1,035.81
37,852.77



356.03



Town of Seabrook
Summary of Billings



Water/ Sewer Fund

December 31, 2000



Debits
Outstanding Bills 12/31/99
Billings in 2000-Water
Billings in 2000-Sewer
Late Fees Billings
Bad Check Fees
Overpayments
Total Debits



Water
16,102.85
449,260.42

1,965.00

25.00

34.90

467,388.17



Sewer



425,072.04



425,072.04



Credits
Cash Receipts -Water
Cash Receipts -Sewer
Late Fees
Bad Check Fees
Def Revenue Collected 1999
Abatements

Abatements -Late Fees
Uncollected Billings
Uncollected Late Fees
Total Credits



415,470.39

1,875.00

25.00

25.36

2,706.66

90.00

47,195.76

467,388.17



379,660.45



4,152.55

41,259.04

425,072.04



Respectfully Submitted
Lillian L. Knowles
Tax Collector



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TREASURER'S REPORT 2000



FROM LOCAL TAXES:
CURRENT TEAR

Property Taxes

Interest on Property Taxes

Land Use Change



22,439,081.70

8,255.81

118,000.00



22,565,337.51



PRIOR 7EAR:

Property Taxes

Interest

Yield Tax

Tax Sales Redeemed

Interest & Costs



539,173.45

14,820.26

1,156.19

108,845.27
18,454.70



J2,449.87



FROU STATE:

Revenue Sharing Distribution
Rooms & Meals Tax
Highway Block Grant Aid
Grant-Recreation Food Program
Railroad Tax
Grant-Speed Patrol
Grant-Cruiser Video System
Grant-Radar
Grant-Motorcycle

FROM LOCAL SOURCES:

Ambulance Fees

Board of Adjustment Fees

Building Permit Fees

Business Licenses, Permits & Filing Fees

Dog Fines

Dog License Fees

Dump Licenses & Tickets

Dump-Recycled Materials

Fireworks Licenses

Interest on Deposits

Insurance Dividends & Reimbursements

Insurance Claims

Marriages, Deaths, Ch. Mort., Misc.

Motor Vehicle Permit Fees

Motor Vehicle Transportation Fund

Parking Fines

Pistol Permit Fees

Planning Board Fees

Police Auction

Police Hire

Police Restitution & Misc.

Recoveries Town Poor

Recreation Department

Reimbursements

Rent of Town Property

Sale of Cemetery Plots & Town Property

Sale of Copies, Reports, Books & Etc.



78,894.00

162,929.74

98,542.64

4,144.00

408.63

566.69

1,975.00

1,449.50

1,250.00



3,041.12

3,554.10

78, 645.00

29,388.74

680.00

3,349.50

11,457.00

20,373.81

40,000.00

271,605.07

23,550.11

33,871.36

18,726.77

1,223,724.00

33,915.00

2,500.00

710.00

9,104.85

20,191.05

32,248.65

2,098.32

5,031.56

32,433.63

139,682.96

702.00

5,242.20

9,326.40



350,160.20



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Sale of Tax deeded Property 17,956.83

Unlawful Possession of Alcoholic Bev. 4,575.00

Yankee Greyhound Racing 113,950.00 2,191,635.03

U.S. GOVERNMENT:

GRANT-Police Phone System 15,938.00

Grant-Police Misc items 13,727.00 29,665.00

OTHER FINANCING SCOURGES:

Interest Cemetery Trust Funds 251.95

Gift-Conservation Grant Short Fall 6,000.00

Gift-Fire Dept. Phone System 1,600.00

Transfer Sewer Project interest 1,493,116.53 1,500,968.48

TOTAL RECEIPTS FRC»i ALL SOURCES 27,320,216.09

Balance 01-01-2000 8,284,871.20

GRAND TOTAL 35,605,087.29

Less Total Payments 27, 693, 410.06

Balance on Hand 12-31-2000 7,911,677.23



PROOF OF BALANCE

Balance as per bank statement (First & Ocean Nat ' 1 Bank) 334,442.02

Deposits not credited 94,288 .97

428,730.99

Less Outstanding Checks 399,586.42

Checking Account (First & Ocean Nat'l Bank) 29,144.57

Due To/From Water, Sewer, Economic Dev. 41,587.31

NH Public Deposit Investment Pool 5,003,657.71

Bank of New Hampshire 2,837,287.64

7,911,677.23



SEWER FUND

Balance 01/01/2000 1,456,998.22

Receipts :

Investment Int . -NHPDIP-Sewer Fund 48,644.34

Investment Int-NHPDIP-Bond Proceeds 3,795.95

Interest-Retainage Escrow Acct 68.38

Reimbursements 8,216.62 60,725.29



Payments :

Manifests 24,606.98

Transferred to General Fund 1,493,116.53 1,517,723.51

Balance on Hand 12-31-2000 0.00



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CONSERVATION FUND



Balance 01/01/2000

Receipts :

5% from Current Use tax per Art#25-1999

Donation-Staples

Donations -Wal-Mart


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