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ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE



TOWN OF SEABROOK



NEW HAMPSHIRE



2001




United We Stand



For the Year Ending December ST'
As Compiled by the Town OfBcers



TOWN OFFICES - HOURS & TELEPHONE NUMBERS
Monday - Friday

OFFICE HOURS TELEPHONE

Selectmen 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m 474-3311

Town Manager 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m 474-3252

Town Clerk 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m 474-3152

1:00 p.m. - 4: 00 p.m.

Tax Office 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m 474-9881

1: 00 p.m. - 4 :00 p.m.

Treasurer 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m 474-3311

1 : 00 p.m. - 4: 00 p.m.

Appraiser 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m 474-2966

1:00 p.m. - 4 : 00 p.m.

Building & Health 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m 474-3871

1 : 00 p.m. - 4 : 00 p.m.

Beach Building Insp 7:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m 474-7029

(Beach Precinct Building) Tuesdays and Thursdays

Projects Office 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m 474-5601

1:00 p.m. - 4 :00 p.m.

Welfare Office 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m 474-8931

1:00 p.m. - 2: 00 p.m.






ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE

TOWN OF SEABROOK

NEW HAMPSHIRE
For the Year Ending December 31st

2001



As Compiled by the Town Officers



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1925 - 1944

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1911 - 1944

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lX)ii£sla.s S. Souther, Jr.

1949 - 1969

Vietnam War

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RAYMOND E. WALTON POST 70 AMERICAN LEGION
SEABROOK, NEW HAMPSHIRE



The American Legion was founded in Paris, France, in March of
1919 and was chartered by the US Congress in September of 1919. On
March 7, 1938 a group of World War I veterans from Seabrook got
together and formed the American Legion Post 70. On April 27, 1938 the
first installation of officers of the Post was held at the SR.
O.U. A. M.Hall. The first officers of the post were:

Commander James Gadsby

Sr. Vice Commander Frank G. Randall

Jr. Vice Commander Kenneth R. Knowles

Adjutant William Burditt

Finance Officer Dexter E. Gynan

Chaplain Horatio Lattime

The 1938 membership also included the following people; Edmond R.
Blanchette, Myron L. Brown, Gilman B. Dow, Henry B. Dow, Ernest
Dunbrack, George Eaton, Herman Eaton, Stanley Goodrich, Ernest D.
Janvrin, Paul Mestratta, Walter L. Owen, Irving N. Perkins and Edward
H. Walton. It was then decided to name the post after Raymond E.
Walton, the only serviceman from Seabrook that gave his life during
World War I. The permanent charter was granted to the post on January
22, 1940.

RAYMOND E. WT^TON

"Raymond E. Walton was born in Seabrook on August 16,1895, the
son of Mr. And Mrs. Edward H. Walton. He was one of five children and
had a fine disposition and excellent character. He received his
education in the public schools of Seabrook and became a shoe worker
by occupation. He lived in Seabrook until entering the Army on April
25, 1918, at the age of 22 years.

In the Army he served in the following organizations; The 8*^^ Co.,
ISS""*^ Depot Brigade from date of enlistment to May 15, 1918. He served
in the St. Mihiel and Argonne sectors until his death in the Argonne
Forest on November 1, 1918."

* Frank G. Randall gave this information to the adjutant.

Walton was awarded the Purple Heart, the World War I Victory
Medal, and two Battle Clasps for St. Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne.

Milton Gillespie, State Historian of the American Legion,
provided the foregoing information. Milton, a 55-year member of Post
70, is serving his third term in that position, having served in 1965-
1966 and 1966-67. He is currently working on a report for the National
Library of the American Legion.

Commander Darlene Janvrin is serving her second term as Commander
of Post 70.

Our thanks to all the Armed Forces, past, present & future \



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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Assessing Department 37

Audit 90-93

Beach Village District 59

Board of Adjustment 39

Boards and Committees Schedule Inside Back Cover

Board of Selectmen/Town Manager 35-36

Budget Committee 39

Budget Proposal for 2001 (Center Insert) 16A-24A

Building Inspector (CEO) 61

Cemetery Restoration Committee 54-55

Conservation Commission 41

Emergency Management 41-42

Fire Department & Ambulance 56-57

Health Department 62

Housing Authority 58

Land Purchased by the Town 34

Library Report & Financial Report 52-53

Municipal Telephones Inside Back Cover

Payroll 94-100

Planning Board 60

Police Department 48-49

Property Acquired by Tax Collector's Deed 31-33

Public Works Department 4 6-47

Recreation Commission 43-45

Scheduled Meetings Inside Back Cover

Scholarship Funds Committee 54

Sewer Dept . Summary of Receipts & Expenditures 71

Statement of Appropriations & Expenditures 72

Statement of Payments 73-88

Summary of Valuation 37

Supervisors of Checklist 40

Tax Collector 64-66

Tax Rate Summary 38

Town Clerk Statements of Accounts 63

Town Election Recount Results 30

Town Election Results (Annual) 07-29

Town Meeting Minutes (First & Second Sessions) 05-06

Town Office Hours Inside Front Cover

Town Officials 01-04

Treasurer's Report 67-69

Trust Funds 89

Vital Statistics (Births, Deaths, Marriages) 101-107

Warrant - 2001 (Center Insert) 1A-15A

Water and Sewer Department 50-51

Water Department Statement of Receipts & Appropriations ... 70
Welfare Department 42



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TOWN OF SEABROOK
TOWN OFFICIALS - 2001



OFFICIALS - APPOINTED



Town Manager

E. Russell Bailey

Police Chief

Paul J. Cronin

Building Inspector/Health Officer

Robert S. Moore, CEO

Emergency Management Director

Joseph Titone

Welfare Agent

Deirdre Greene

Water and Sewer Superintendent

Warner B. Knowles

Department of Public Works

John M. Starkey

Appraiser

Scott Bartlett

Recreation Director

Sandra L. Beaudoin

OFFICIALS - ELECTED/APPOINTED

Representative to General Court Two Year Term

Benjamin Moore Expiration Date .. 2003 .. Elected

Patricia O'Keefe Expiration Date .. 2003 .. Elected

Diane Palermo Expiration Date .. 2003 .. Elected

Selectmen and Assessors Three Year Term

Karen E. Knight Expiration Date .. 2003 .. Elected

Asa H. Knowles, Jr Expiration Date .. 2002 .. Elected

Oliver L. Carter, Jr Expiration Date .. 2004 .. Elected

Tax Collector Three Year Term

Lillian Knowles Expiration Date .. 2003 .. Elected

Town Clerk Three Year Term

Bonnie L. Fowler Expiration Date .. 2002 .. Elected

Treasurer Three Year Term

Carol Perkins Expiration Date .. 2002 . .Elected

Fire Chief Three Year Term

Martin Paul Janvrin Expiration Date .. 2003 .. Elected

Constables One Year Term

Thomas S. Brown Expiration Date .. 2002 .. Elected

Edward Cerasi Expiration Date .. 2002 .. Elected

John L. Randall Expiration Date .. 2002 .. Elected

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Trustee of Trust Fxinds Three Year Term

Everett C. Strangman, Jr Expiration Date.

Gary K. Fowler Expiration Date.

Bruce G. Brown Expiration Date.

Moderator Two Year Term

Paul M. Kelley Expiration Date.

Virginia L. Small, Assistant Moderator

James Fuller, Assistant Moderator



2003
2002
2004



2002



Elected
Elected
Elected



. Elected

.Appointed

.Appointed



Members of the Planning Board Three Year Term

Susan E. Foote Expiration Date.

Philip S. Stockbridge Expiration Date.

Paul Garand Expiration Date.

William E. Cox Expiration Date.

Robert Brown (Chairman) Expiration Date.

G. Keith Fowler (Alternate) . . . .Expiration Date.
Michael J. Cawley (Alternate) . . .Expiration Date.
Ivan Q. Eaton, Jr (Alternate) . . .Expiration Date.

Richard Keefe (Alternate) Expiration Date.

Asa H. Knowles, Jr., Selectmen's Representative

Members of the Budget Committee Three Year Term

James S. Eaton Expiration Date.

Linwood Norton Expiration Date.

James Fuller (Chairman) Expiration Date.

Paula Wood (Vice Chair) Expiration Date.

Richard J. Keefe Expiration Date.

Robert Marcello Expiration Date.

Karen E. Knight, Selectmen's Representative
Keith Sanborn, School Board's Representative
Thomas Pike, Beach Precinct's Representative

Board of Adjustments Three Year Term

Robert Lebold (Vice Chair) Expiration Date.

Lucille J. Moulton Expiration Date.

Clyde Eaton Expiration Date.

Henry W. Therriault (Resigned) . .Expiration Date.

Peter A. Fowler Expiration Date.

William Cox Expiration Date.

Allen Eaton Expiration Date.

Park Commissioners Three Year Term

James A. Eaton Expiration Date.

Donald Welch Expiration Date.

Rosemary H. Fowler Expiration Date.

Supervisors of Check List Six Year Term

Gary K. Fowler Expiration Date.

Bruce G. Brown Expiration Date.

Richard Fowler Expiration Date.



2003
2003
2002
2002
2004
2004
2002
2002
2002



. Elected

.Elected

.Elected

.Elected

.Elected

■Appointed

.Appointed

.Appointed

.Appointed



2003.


.Elected


2003.


.Elected


2002.


•Elected


2002.


.Elected


2004.


.Elected


2004.


.Elected



2003.


.Appointed


2003.


.Appointed


2003.


. Appionted


2002.


.Appointed


2002.


.Appointed


2004.


.Appointed


2004.


.Appointed


2003.


.Elected


2002.


.Elected


2004.


.Elected


2006.


.Elected


2004.


.Elected


2002.


.Elected



Trustees of Library Three Year Term

Elizabeth A. Thibodeau Expiration Date .. 2003 . .Elected

Norman H. Brown Expiration Date .. 2002 .. Elected

Paula J. Wood Expiration Date .. 2004 .. Elected

Seeibrook Library

Elizabeth Heath, Director Appointed

Joyce Frye, Library Assistant Appointed

Anne Ferreira, Children's Librarian Appointed

Suzanne Weinreich, Librarian Appointed

Sharon Rafferty, Librarian Appointed

Susie Husted, Reference Librarian Appointed

Beverly Cunningham, Adult Services Librarian Appointed

Conservation Commission

Henry H. Boyd, Jr Expiration Date .. 2003 . .Appointed

Susan Foote (Chairman) Expiration Date .. 2002 . .Appointed

Jesse S. Fowler Expiration Date .. 2004 . .Appointed

James I. Fuller (Vice Chair) . . .Expiration Date .. 2004 . .Appointed

Michael R. Colin No Expiration Date Appointed

Anthony Dow, Jr. (Alternate) . . . .No Expiration Date Appointed

Citizens Petitioners Advisory Committee

Bruce Brown Appointed

Eric N. Small Appointed

Cable Franchise Committee

Tracy Dow Appointed

Ivan Q. Eaton, Sr Appointed

Robert Tiffany Appointed

Recreation Commission

Susan Foote Expiration Date .. 2003 . .Appointed

Shelly Carter (Member at Large) . .Expiration Date .. 2002 . .Appointed

Vernon Small (Chairman) Expiration Date .. 2002 . .Appointed

Oliver L. Carter, Jr., Selectmen's Representative
Rosemary Fowler, Park Commissioner Representative

Fence Viewers

Bruce G. Brown Appointed

Frederick Moulton, Jr Appointed

Warner Knowles Appointed

Street Light Committee

E. Albert Weare Appointed

Marion Kinlock Appointed

Housing Authority

Richard E. Donahue Expiration Date .. 2004 . .Appointed

Oliver W. Fowler Expiration Date .. 2003 . .Appointed

Patricia O'Keefe Expiration Date .. 2003 . .Appointed

Paul Kelley Expiration Date .. 2002 . .Appointed

Frederick L. Moulton, Jr Expiration Date .. 2006 .Appointed



Highway Safety Committee

Willard Boyle Appointed

E. Albert Weare Appointed

Paul Cronin, Police Department Representative
John Starkey, DPW Manager

Scholarship Fiuid Committee

Everett Strangman, Jr Expiration Date .. 2003 . .Appointed

Arnold Knowles Expiration Date .. 2002 . .Appointed

Vernon R. Small Expiration Date .. 2004 . .Appointed

Seabrook Beach Commissioners

Marion Kinlock Elected

Richard Maguire Elected

Thomas Pike Elected

Seedsrook Beach Officers

Henry Therriault (Moderator) Elected

Maureen Essigman (Secretary) Elected

John Lannon (Treasurer) Elected

Seabrook Beach Board of Adjustment

Francis Defrates Appointed

John Lannon Appointed

Claire Pollard Appointed

John Therriault (Chairman) Appointed

Patricia Vivenzio Appointed

Ernest Emery (Alternate) Appointed

Zoie Samaras (Alternate) Appointed

Community Action (CAP)

Steven Thompson, Area Director



TOWN OF SEABROOK

TOWN WARRANT FOR 2 001

First Public Session

February 6, 2001

Meeting called to order by Moderator, Paul M. Kelley at 7:05pm.

Moderator, Paul M. Kelley introduced the head table.

Present: Moderator, Paul M. Kelley; Town Manager, E. Russell Bailey;
Selectmen, Oliver L. Carter Jr., Asa H. Knowles Jr.; Selectperson,
Karen Knight; Deputy Town Clerk, Melba R. Beckman-Tilton; and Town
Attorney John Simmons.

Salute to the American flag led by Virginia L. Small.

There wasn't a quorum present; therefore no action could be taken on
any article. There could only be discussion.

The Moderator, Paul M. Kelley, read the warrant articles.

The Sponsor of an article, if in attendance was called on first to
explain their article. Then the article was open for discussion.

Motion made by Virginia L. Small to adjourn at 9:30pm, second by
Kenneth C. Knight..

Meeting adjourned.

Respectfully submitted,

Bonnie L. Fowler



TOWN OF SEABROOK

SECOND PUBLIC SESSION

MARCH 13, 2001

Meeting called to order by Moderator, Paul M. Kelley at 7 a.m.
A motion was made by Elizabeth Thibodeau to dispense with reading of
entire warrant at this time. Second was made by James Fuller,
Assistant Moderator.

The absentee ballots were opened at 11 a.m. and completed at 12:30
p.m. by Assistant Moderator, Virginia L. Small and Deputy Town Clerk,
Melba R. Beckman-Tilton .

Polls declared closed by Moderator, Paul M. Kelley at 7:05 p.m.



TOTAL NUMBER OF VOTERS ON CHECKLIST:
TOTAL NUMBER OF ABSENTEE BALLOTS CAST:
TOTAL NUMBER OF VOTES CAST:



6470

138

1458



ELECTION WORKERS



Nellie Beckman

Minabell Bowden

Bruce Brown II

Marilyn J. Bruneau

Margaret A. Campanella

Diane Eaton

Edith Follansbee

April Fowler

June Fowler

James Fuller, Asst. Moderator



Lois Lewis
Claire Littlefield
Muriel Maccarone
Alice Moore
Jo-anne Page
Nichole Powell
Virginia L. Small, Asst
Sandra Strangman
Phila Sturgis



Moderator



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



OFFICIAL BALLOT
ANNUAL TOWN ELECTION
SEABROOK, NEW HAMPSHIRE
MARCH 13, 2001



SELECTMAN & ASSESSOR

THREE YEAR TERM VOTE FOR ONE

Geraldine B. Bollettiero 102

Maxie D. Brown 415

Oliver L. Carter, Jr. 524

Richard J. Keefe 63

Elizabeth A. Thibodeau 297



PARK COMMISSIONER

THREE YEAR TERM VOTE FOR ONE



Adam F. Brown
Rosemary H. Fowler



576
735



PLANNING BOARD
THREE YEAR TERM



VOTE FOR TWO



Robert B. Brown
G. Keith Fowler, II
Richard C. Janvrin, Sr.
Mark F. Preston



656
491
331
614



BUDGET COMMITTEE

THREE YEAR TERM VOTE FOR TWO



Richard J. Keefe
Robert W. Marcello



702
682



TRUSTEE OF THE LIBRARY

THREE YEAR TERM VOTE FOR ONE



Paula J. Wood



970



TRUSTEE OF THE TRUST FUND
THREE YEAR TERM VOTE FOR ONE



Bruce G. Brown



1002



CONSTABLES
ONE YEAR TERM



VOTE FOR THREE



Thomas S. Brown
Edward M. Cerasi
John L. Randall
E>pnnis B. Sweeney



724
812
756
405



Article 2: To see if the town will vote to amend the Zoning
Ordinance, as proposed by the Planning Board, by:

Amend Article VI as follows (underlined text indicates proposed
new language; strikeout text indicates language to be deleted:

2

A second dwelling building, containing one dwelling unit, may be placed

on a lot in Zone 2R, providing that:

1) the lot is 45,000 sq ft or larger;

2) the number of dwelling units on the lot does not exceed throo
two ; end

•3-) — the OGCond dwelling building ia owncr - occupiGd;

(Recommended by the Planning Board)
YES 704 NO 540

Article 3: To see if the town will vote to amend the Zoning
Ordinance, as proposed by the Planning Board, by:

Amend Article VII as follows (underlined text indicates proposed
new language; strikeout text indicates language to be deleted) :
B - Special Exceptions for Fzuaily Apartments shall be
granted by the Board of Adjustment only if the proposal
meets the criteria specified in section A above and also
meets all of the following criteria:

the apartment is situated in a detached, single-
family houac home or accessory building;
the building is owner-occupied, aftd-;
the building continues to be served by a common
utility system;

the family apartment is designed so that the
appearance of the building remains essentially that
of a single family residence;
family apartments shall not:

- be allowed in manufactured housing;

- be converted to condominiums;

- exceed 750 square feet of living area;

- exceed 50% of the accessory building's floor
area

Family apartments shall be exempt from the minimum land area
requirements specified in Table 2 Article VI , however in -no
case shall the number of dwelling units on one lot exceed
two.

(Recommended by the Planning Board)
YES 760 NO 500



Article 4: To see if the town will vote to amend Article VI of
the Zoning Ordinance, as proposed by the Planning Board, by adding the
following to the Minimum Setback section of the Dimensional
Requirements table:

From ponds & streams 50' 50' 50' 50' - 50'

(Recommended by the Planning Board)
YES 838 NO 407

Article 5: To see if the town will vote to amend Article VI of
the Zoning Ordinance, as proposed by the Planning Board, relative to
structures in Zone 3 by increasing the maximum height of structures
from 35 to 50 feet.

(Recommended by the Planning Board)
YES 629 NO 582

Article 6: To see if the town will vote to amend Article V of
the Zoning Ordinance, as proposed by the Planning Board, by making
indoor recreational uses in Zone 3 subject to a Special Exception.

(Recommended by the Planning Board)
YES 696 NO 479

Article 7: To see if the town will vote to amend Article XIII of
the Zoning Ordinance, as proposed by the Planning Board, relative to
signs in Zones 2 & 3 by reducing the maximum number of free-standing
signs from two to one.

(Recommended by the Planning Board)
YES 850 NO 357

Article 8: To see if the town will vote to forgive repayment by
the Seabrook Housing Authority of the $250,000.00 promissory note as
approved under Article 40 of the 1983 Town Meeting. The original
intention was that if any project undertaken by the housing authority
involved use of federal funds the town would expect repayment of the
note. Federal funding would have required allowing occupancy by some
non-residents. The elderly housing facility was built entirely by
money raised by the town and occupancy is provided only to those
people who meet the local residency requirements. No money would need
to be raised by taxes to forgive repayment of the promissory note.
The selectmen recommend this action.

YES 701 NO 576

Article 9: Shall we vote to raise and appropriate as an
operating budget, not including appropriations by special warrant
articles, the amounts set forth on the budget posted with the warrant,
for the purposes set forth therein, totaling Fourteen Million Five
Hundred Fifty Thousand Seven Hundred Thirty-eight ($14,550,738.00)



Dollars? Should this article be defeated, the operating budget shall
be Thirteen Million Seven Hundred Sixty-seven Thousand Three Hundred
Seventy-two $13,767,372.00) Dollars, which is the same as last year,
with certain adjustments required by previous action of the town or by
law or the governing body may hold one special meeting, in accordance
with RSA 40:13, X and XVI, to take up the issue of a revised operating
budget only. The selectmen and the budget committee recommend this
appropriation.

YES 688 NO 554

Article 10: 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.

YES 904 NO 340

Article 11: Shall we adopt the provisions of RSA 154:1, I (b) ,
relative to the organization of the fire department in that the "fire
chief be appointed by the local governing body, or by the town or city
manager, if any, with firefighters appointed by the local governing
body or manager, upon recommendation of the fire chief." Said
appointments to be based on qualifications set by recognized standards
of the New Hampshire Fire Academy and a hiring process including an
outside oral board of professional fire chiefs. This article to take
effect one (1) year from passage.

YES 670 NO 629

Article 12: To see if the town will vote in accordance with RSA
72:39-b to modify elderly exemptions, commencing with the 2001 tax
year, as follows: "Shall we modify the elderly exemptions from
property tax in the town of Seabrook, based on assessed value, for
qualified taxpayers, to be as follows: for a person 65 years of age up
to 75 years, $30,000; for a person 75 years of age up to 80 years,
$45,000; for a person 80 years of age or older $60,000. To qualify,
the person must have been a New Hampshire resident for at least 5
years, own the real estate individually or jointly, or if the real
estate is owned by such person's spouse, they must have been married
for at least 5 years. In addition, the taxpayer must have a net
income of not more than $18,500 or, if married, a combined net income
of less than $30,000; and own net assets not in excess of $70,000,
excluding the value of the person's residence."

YES 993 NO 319

Article 13: To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of Seventy-five Thousand Nine Hundred ($75,900.00)
Dollars for the purpose of purchasing and equipping three (3) marked
patrol vehicles, and to authorize the sale or trade-in of three (3)
existing cruisers. This will be a non-lapsing account per RSA 32:7,
VI and shall not lapse until the cruisers are purchased and equipped



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or in two (2) years. The selectmen and the budget committee recommend
this appropriation. (Majority vote required.)

YES 704 NO 620

Article 14: To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of Thirty-five Thousand Five Hundred Seventy-five
($35,575.00) Dollars for the purpose of purchasing and equipping one
(1) cab and chassis truck with a dog kennel type body for the use of
the animal control division and to authorize the sale or trade-in of
the existing animal control van. This will be a non-lapsing account
per RSA 32:7, VI and shall not lapse until the truck is purchased and
equipped or in two (2) years. The selectmen and the budget committee
recommend this appropriation. (Majority vote required.)

YES 559 NO 753

Article 15: To see if the town will vote to raise and
appropriate the sum of Eighty Thousand One Hundred Seventy-four

($80,174.00) Dollars for the cost of Seabrook' s contribution to
eighteen (18) human service agencies in the seacoast area. A
breakdown of each human service agency's request follows. This will
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


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