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TOWN OF SEABROOK

1 2



FY 2003



Acc(.#



SOURCE OF REVENUE



WARR Estimated Revenues
ART.# Prior Year



MS-7
5 6

Actual ESTIMATED

Revenues REVENUES

Prior Year ENSUING YEAR





TAXES




xxxxxxxxx


XXXXXXXXX


XXXXXXXXX


3120


Land Use Change Tcixes




21,000


116,914




3180


Resident Taxes










3185


Timber Taxes










3186


Payment in Lieu of Tajces










3189


Other Taxes






1,948




3190


Interest C Penalties on Delinquent Taxes




40,000


79,102


50,000




Inventory Penalties










3187


Excavation Tax ($.02 cents per cu yd)










3188


Excavation Activity Tax













LICENSES, PERMITS & FEES




XXXXXXXXX


XXXXXXXXX


XXXXXXXXX


3210


Business Licenses £ Permits




33,660


33,210


33,060


3220


Motor Vehicle Permit Fees




1,300,000


1,402,525


1,647,540


3230


Building Permits




55,000


79,840


75,000


3290


Other Licenses, Permits £ Fees




88,450


143,410


141,813


3311-3319


FROM FEDERAL GOVERNMENT




43,549


21,284


40,000





FROM STATE




XXXXXXXXX


XXXXXXXXX


XXXXXXXXX


3351


Shared Revenues




36,118


78,894


36,000


3352


Meals £ Rooms Tax Distribution




232,648


232,648


232,000


3353


Highway Block Grant




113,187


113,187


113,000


3354


Water Pollution Grant










3355


Housing £ Community Development




18,419


89,422




3356


State £ Federal Forest Land Reimbursement










3357


Flood Control Reimbursement










3359


Other (Including Railroad Tax)




95,072


94,879


3,000


3379


FROM OTHER GOVERNMENTS













CHARGES FOR SERVICES




XXXXXXXXX


XXXXXXXXX


XXXXXXXXX


3401-3406


Income from Departments




297,625


657,702


■ 404,340


3409


Other Charges











MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES



XXXXXXXXX



XXXXXXXXX



XXXXXXXXX



3501


Sale of Municipal Property




27,500


29,637


27,500


3502


Interest on Investments




136,000


123,734


100,000


3503-3509


Other




5,524


10,145


8,700





INTERFUND OPERATING TRANSFERS IN




XXXXXXXXX


XXXXXXXXX


XXXXXXXXX


3912


From Special Revenue Funds










3913


From Capital Projects Funds











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TOWN OF SEABROOK
1 2



FY 2003



MS-7



Acct.# SOURCE OF REVENUE

INTERFUND OPERATING TRANSFERS IN cont.



WARR. Estimated Revenues

ART.# Prior Year

xxxxxxxxx



Actual
Revenues



Prior Year



xxxxxxxxx



ESTIMATED
REVENUES



ENSUING YEAR



xxxxxxxxx



3914


From Enterprise Funds












Sewer - (Offset)




476,000


562,675


500,000




Water - (Offset)




475,000


582,793


675,000




Electric - (Offset)












Airport - (Offset)










3915


From Capital Reserve Funds










3916


From Trust £ Agency Funds




115


126


100




OTHER FINANCING SOURCES


xxxxxxxxx


xxxxxxxxx


xxxxxxxxx


3934


Proc. from Long Term Bonds t Notes










Amts VOTED From F/B ("Surplus")








Fund Balance ("Surplus") to Reduce Taxes








TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUE & CREDITS


3,494,867


4,454,075


4,087,053





SELECTMEN'S
RECCMMENDED BUDGET


BUDGET COMMITTEE ' S
RECC»MENDED BUDGET


SUBTOTAL 1 Appropriations Recommended (from page 5)


12,912,238


12,868,479


SUBTOTAL 2 Special Warrant Articles Recommended (from page 6)


6,021,537


5,737,537


SUBTOTAL 3 "Individual" Warrant Articles Recommended (from page 6)


277,714


277,714


TOTAL ^propriations Recommended


19,211,489


18,883,730


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


4,087,053


4,087,053


Estimated Amount of Taxes to be Raised


15,124,436


14,796,677



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EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT ANNUAL TOWN REPORT - 2002

During 2002, the Emergency Management Office participated in a
graded exercise in response to a simulated emergency at the Nuclear
Power Plant. The graded exercise is conducted bi-annually and
included the town of Seabrook, and towns within a 10-mile radius of
the Nuclear Plant, New Hampshire State Office of Emergency Management
(NHOEM) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) .

This drill is conducted to ensure that the staff is efficiently
trained; the equipment is in place and in good working order. The
town of Seabrook passed this year's graded exercise.

I would like to thank the town manager, selectmen, the emergency
management staff, the town's department supervisors, and the staff at
the power plant for all the cooperation, support and team effort
demonstrated during the exercise to make it a success.

Respectfully submitted,

Joseph F. Titone

Emergency Management Director





FIRE DEPARTMENT ANNUAL TOWN REPORT - 2002

2002 has been a year of great change for the Seabrook Fire
Department. We saw the retirement of two veteran fire officers
Captain David Downs and Captain Ronald Eaton.

David Downs was a true leader within the department and helped to
instigate many of the positive changes. Ronald Eaton saw early on the
importance of advanced medical care and lead the way for our paramedic
program. Both will be missed. We also saw the promotion of Harold
"Tuggy" Hewlett to Captain and Everett Strangman to Deputy Fire Chief.

We also accepted delivery of our new rescue pumper. We have
experienced an increase in the amount of multiple calls this year.
Included in this year' s budget proposal is an appropriation for four
new firefighters. These positions are critically needed.



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I would like to thank the officers, firefighters and staff of
this department for making 2002 a year of vision and change. The year
2003 promises to be one of increased training and change for the
department as well. Thank you for all your support.

Respectfully submitted,

Jeffrey Brown
Fire Chief



FIRE INCIDENTS & AMBULANCE RtJNS

Fire incidents for 2002 totaled 961 - 42 were box alarms -
Ambulance runs totaled 972.



Fire Incidents




Ambulance Runs




Structure Fires


19


Exeter Hospital


351


Outside of Structure Fires


16


Anna Jacques Hospital


351


Vehicle Fires


07


Portsmouth Hospital


95


Tree, Brush, Grass Fires


16


No Transports


162


Air, Gas Rupture


01


Refusals


13


Inhalator Calls


07






Emergency Medical Calls


713






Spill, Leak No Fire


21






Excessive Heat


01






Power Line Down


11






Arcing, Shorted Eelect. Equip.


14






Chemical Emergency


01






Lock-Out


07






Water Evacuation


01


Fire Incidents


962


Assist. Police


02


Ambulance Runs


972


Unauthorized Burn


11


Blood Pressure


437


Move Up Cover Assignment


03


Burning Permits


199


Smoke Scare


05






Control Burn


08


TOTAL RUNS


2,570


Vicinity Alarm


07






steam. Gas, Mistaken for Smoke


02






Malicious False


02






System Malfunction


40






Unintentional False


39






Undetermined


07







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2002 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE SEABROOK RECREATION COMMISSION

The 2002 members of the Seabrook Recreation Commission : Vernon Small,
Chairman; Oliver Carter Jr. , Selectmen & Vice Chairman; Shelly Carter,
Secretary; Rosemary Fowler, Parks Department; Susan Foote, Planning
Board; Salvatore Rubera and Melanie Huddell, Commission Clerk. The
Full-time Staff: Sandra Beaudoin, Director of Recreation; Patrick
Collins, Assistant Director; Melissa Roy, Program Director; Frances
Eaton, Secretary and Clyde Eaton, Community Center Custodian.

COMMUNITY CENTER PROJECTS IN 2002

In 2002, the exterior of the Community Center was power washed and
painted as planned. Some of the higher interior walls & items in the
Center were also painted such as the entire gymnasium and corridors.
The original carpeting in the Multi-purpose room and one office was
replaced. The lobby sitting area was divided into two new areas.
Half of the area was developed into an eating area and the second half
into a quiet activity area to satisfy people who desire a quiet area
to wait, read or quietly chat with others.

NEW STAFF

Melissa Roy, a new full-time staff member joined the department's team
in 2002. She graduated from Plymouth State College, located in New
Hampshire, with a Bachelor Degree, majoring in Physical Education,
Option in Recreation & a Health Minor. She was hired as the Program
Director in June with her first big task being the operation of the
Summer Camp Programs. Genessa Eaton, Joyce Carter, and Andy Demars,
are all new part-time staff, who were hired in the Fall of 2002.

SUMMER CAMPS/YEAR AND TOTAL ENROLLMENT NUMBER
1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

155 187 235 264 251 171 151 150 154 149

TOTAL I.D. CARDS ISSUED SINCE 1984 : 4,006(109 new people 2002)

NUMBER OF DAYS CENTER WAS OPEN : 304/2002

The following displays the different types of Special Events held
throughout the year. The Special events list below contains the
lowest and highest event attendance during 2002.

Number held & Event Name Low-High Number held & Event Name TT

14 Roller-skating Nights 18-99 1 Halloween Party 265

5 Youth Dances/Mixer 57-86 2 All Star & Coach Basketball 300

10 Teen Dances 71-145 1 Quilt Show 301

1 Youth Christmas Party 275 1 Easter Bunny Munch & Photos 150

(photos taken w/Santa) 115 (photos taken w/ the Bunny) 81

1 Basketball Tourney 5000 1 Overnight Plus 48

Basketball League Games 50-125 1 Pepsi Pitch, Hit,& Run 8

Disney on Ice Show 44 1 Lions Peace Poster Contest 1

4 Sports Banquets 140-350 Senior Citizen Day 289

Red Sox Trip _ 44 and more

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Seabrook Recreation Department/CommunJ-by Center Income for Six Years
1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

$30,540 $32,141 $31,782 $36,418 $37,229 41,959



NEW WEB-SITE IN 2002 - The Recreation Department began providing web
pages of information during the winter of 2002. The site was designed
by and is maintained by Amy Page of the Recreation Department. Please
visit the site at http: //townof seabrook. com/Recreation/home.html

OTHER COMMUNITY CENTER USAGE : Over 38 different local groups used the
sec in 2002 for meetings, training, fund raising and recreation,
including health agencies, school, voting, businesses, scouts, union
meetings, company Christmas parties, public meetings, civic & booster
clubs and leagues.

James Champoux Basketball Scholarship Award - Joseph Reardon was
awarded the first James Champoux Basketball Scholarship. He attended
the "Satch Sanders Basketball Camp" for five days of overnight camp
experience, during the summer. The camp was held at New England
College in NH. The Coaches of the Seabrook Youth Basketball Program
chose him for this award due to his outstanding sportsmanship.

2002 SEABROOK OLD HOME DAYS

The 2002 Seabrook Old Home Days ran from Saturday, August lO"^ thru
Sunday, August 18"^. The 5^^ Seabrook Lions Club Baby Pageant was the
first event held during the Old Home Days festivities with over 145
attending. The overall winners were Michael Dow and Kayla Houban.
Over 42 attended Monday's slide show of "Seabrook Route 1-Then & Now"
shown at the Community Center by Eric Small of the Seabrook' s
Historical Society. The 4*'^ OHD Family Night was held at Governor
Weare Park on Tuesday and was attended by over 150 people. The night
continued to be a success filled with fun, contests, food and
entertainment. The 22"" annual Miss Seabrook Contest was held on
Thursday, August 15^*^ where over 250 people witnessed Elsie Metharakis
being crowned Miss Seabrook. The 5th Little Miss Seabrook, Jasmine
Perkins, was also crowned that same night. On the following night,
Sara Brown was crowned Jr. Miss Seabrook in front of over 225
spectators. On Saturday, August 17^" local non-profit groups, town
departments and others provided food, crafts, contests, entertainment
and more. This year's event was held at the Seabrook Elementary
School, due to the requests of many. Local talent was hired again
this year's for the evening entertainment. The "Jameson Gang" came
again to please the Country Western fans and Fernando Amato, DJ,
provided current music for the younger participants. A great
Fireworks Show ended the day of activities. On the final day,
approximately 35 attended the Seabrook Lions Club OHD Turkey Shoot on
Sunday, August 18^*" at the Route 107 wells firing range. Charles
Felch, Jr. was the Turkey Shoot's overall winner. The 2002 Old Home

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Day Committee included representation from the Public at Large,
Seabrook Recreation Commission and Department. The representatives
were Ollie Carter, Shelly Carter, Patrick Collins, Minabell & Wayne
Bowden, Howard Page, Nancy Crossland, Phila Sturgis, Linda Lyons, and
Sandra Beaudoin, 2002 OHD Coordinator. Thanks to all of the above
people, things went smooth. The hot weather was a problem this year
and kept attendances a little lower than normal, mostly during daytime
events, but things did pick up during the evenings. Anyone interested
in helping with the 2003 Old Home Days, please contact the Seabrook
Recreation Department, 474-5746.

SEABROOK YOUTH SPORTS COUNCIL

The Youth Sports Council held quarterly meetings during 2002, to
assure continuity within the youth sports programs and have an
opportunity to promote new activities in conjunction with the
Recreation Department. The 2002 council included Jim Demars/Baseball,
Dave Marcotte/ Football, Michelle Heywood/Cheerleading, Oliver Carter,
Jr. /Selectmen, Tarnya Cody/Secretary, Mike Fowler/Soccer, Derek
Griggs/Community, Jim Deshaies/SE School, Mike Titone/Youth Officer,
Bill Johnson/Martial Arts, and John Evans/Softball. Patrick Collins
was the Basketball representative, as well as the advisor to Sports
Council .

SPONSORS IN 2002

Seacoast Coca-Cola Bottling Co. continues to be our largest sponsor
supporting youth & teen programs. During, 2002, the company provided
beverage products, prizes and $1,500 in sponsorships. Other sponsors
included local businesses- F.O.R.S., Pro-Wash, Seabrook Station,
Diamond Paving, Shamrock Paving, Seabrook Police Association, Markey' s
Lobster Pound, Shelbo's, Seabrook Permanent Fire Fighters, Seabrook
Lions, DARE, and McDonalds. THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

2001 Volunteer of the Year Award recipient "George Henderson"-

presented during the Seabrook Recreation Commission Meeting on October
17th. George was active in 2001 coaching three Basketball Teams,
Baseball Team and fund raising for each sport. Thanks George!

In conclusion, the commission and department staff, appreciatively
extends a special thanks to all those volunteers who shared their time
and put forth much effort for the youth of Seabrook during 2002.
Local volunteers were responsible for coaching over 57 sports teams
for youth & teens.

Respectfully submitted, Seahrook Recreation Commission and Staff





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SEABROOK LIBRARY - ANNUAL TOWN REPORT - 2002



The year two thousand and two turned out to be yet another
winning year for the Seabrook Library. Thanks to AT&T the
Library' s Internet connection is now screamingly fast and demand
continues to increase for this popular service. Ongoing classes in
basic computer usage and in Internet surfing for kids, parents, adults
and seniors, remain popular Library offerings. The Library's new web
page was unveiled early in the year containing pertinent information
about the Library and the services it offers to the community as well
as a link to the card catalog. Try it: http://www.sealib.org.

The year's circulation figure (the number of items loaned) is 26,961.
Customers passing through the doors numbered 34,510 for the year and
the number of cardholders now stands at 4,173 with 487 new
registrations this year. The Library owns some 39,250 circulating
materials, approximately 3,400 of which were added in 2002. All of
these numbers reflect a significant increase over the previous year's
figures - in fact Library use has reached an all time high!

During the year, several popular, ongoing programs were continued such
as weekly Story Hours for children and the monthly Book Discussion
Group for adults. Due to the water ban the Friends of the Library had
to cancel their extremely popular annual Plant Sale but we hope to see
them back in 2003 - weather permitting.

Additionally, the year 2002 saw Herbert Ludeke and Beatrice Townsend
continue as volunteers. Herb and Bea perform a myriad of helpful tasks
and a big "thank you" is owed once again to both of them for their
ongoing efforts in support of the Library.

The Library's Young Adult Department had a busy year. The Book and/or
Movie Discussion Group dissected 14 titles. Programs offered included
Tae Kwon Do, Yoga, a poetry contest, reference scavenger hunts and
instructional classes in Yu-Gi-Oh. Also, the YA book collection
received some much-needed reorganizing and "beefing up".

The Library has now become an official stop on many trick-or-treat
routes and on Halloween about one hundred and eighty people stopped by
for treats and fun.

The Children' s summer reading program was titled "Lions and Tigers and
Books, Oh My!" Special events included performances by Papa Joe,
Martha Dana and Marcus Gale. Seabrook' s Jean Keefe once again gave a
wonderful slate-painting workshop. Ronald McDonald appeared at the
Library in full regalia, and a group of Native American drummers and
singers taught their young audience how to dance during a program that
was both entertaining and educational. The Library's own Susie Husted,
a member of the drumming group, also participated.

Funding for these activities was provided in part by: Dean & Flynn
Inc., First & Ocean National Bank, Bank North, K. J. Quinn & Co. Inc.,

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Seabrook Station, The Seabrook-Hampton Falls Rotary Club, Shaw's
Supermarkets, Sovereign Specialty Chemical and Wal-Mart. Thank you one
and all. Other donations of note included a generous monetary
contribution from the Newburyport Five Cents Savings Bank, and beanbag
chairs & cushions given by the Kent Family and the Seabrook Girl Scout
troop. We are most grateful for all of these thoughtful gifts.

Library Staff attended programs on: Ethics, Intellectual Freedom and
Management of Historical Collections. Several received training on the
new, statewide automated system and the entire staff attended the New
Hampshire Library Association conference.

A new face was added to the Staff in 2002. Jilda S. Patten joined the
Library team as a part-time assistant. Jilda lives in Seabrook and has
been kept busy welcoming all of her friends, old and new, as they walk
through the doors! Come in and say "hi" to Jilda.

In March, Norman H. Brown was re-elected to the Board of Trustees.
Other Board members are Paula J. Wood, and Elizabeth A. Thibodeau,
chairman. And in November the New Hampshire Library Trustees'
Association met at the Seabrook Library holding a program titled: "You
Think It Can't Happen To You But It Will ..." about the perils of
the USA PATRIOT Act and the issues it presents for public libraries.

The Library is open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday from 12:00 until 8:00
PM; Tuesday and Friday from 10:00 until 6:00 PM; and Saturday from
9:00 until 1:00 PM (the summer months of July and August excluded). To
contact the Library call: 603-474-2044; fax: 603-474-1835; e-mail:
[email protected] Please visit soon - in person or on-line.

Respectfully Submitted, Elizabeth G. Heath



SEABROOK LIBRARY - 2002 FINANCIAL REPORT






INCOME




EXPENSES


Town of Seabrook


444,906.00


Payroll


Interest - NH Charitable Foundation


13,790.91


Office Supplies


Interest - Bank Account (NHPDIP)


1,135.40


Telephone


Memorial Gifts, Donations


1,845.00


Books/Subscriptions


Non-Resident Fees


325.00


Computer Supplies


Sale Books


797.30


Postage


Lost/Damaged Replacement


263.96


Dues/Memberships


"Conscience" - Fines


217.37


Tuition/Education


Donations to Children's Programming


1,250.00


Meetings/Conferences


Other


741.23


Fuel Oil


Total


465,272.17


Electricity
New Equipment
Equipment Maintenance
Building Maintenance


SUMMARY




Grounds Maintenance


Balance 12/31/02


76,212.09


Printing


Town Appropriation 2002


444,906.00


Other Contract Services


Other Income (non appropriation) 2002


20,366.17


Other Professional Services


Total


541,484.26


Custodial Services


Expended 2002


425,904.51


Encumbered from 2001


Balance 01/01/03


115,579.75


Total



226,502.22

5,618.11

6,131.65

42,842.67

8,553.69

2,113.98

1 ,442.00

812.20

1 ,784.78

7,249.44

16,988.82

3,179.72

9,076.03

5,285.69

1583.17

0.00

71,419.10

4,375.93

491.37

10,453.94

425,904.51



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TOWN OF SEABROOK, NEW HAMPSHIRE

YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2002

STATEMENT OF TOWN CLERK' S ACCOUNTS FOR FISCAL YEAR



MOTOR VEHICLE, TITLE & DECAL FEES $1,438,218.50

MARRIAGE LICENSE FEES 6,975.00


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