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$70,000. This will be a non-lapsing account per
RSA 32:7, VI and shall not lapse until the system is
installed and in full operation or two (2) years.
(Majority vote required) (Recommended by the
Board of Selectmen) (Recommended by the Budget
Committee) ($0.0880 impact on the tax rate).
YES 639 NO 1004

ARTICLE 45

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate
the sum of Ten Thousand ($10,000) Dollars to bid,
purchase, and install a new Gym Divider curtain in
the gymnasium at the Seabrook Community Center.
This will be non-lapsing account per RSA 32:7, VI
and shall not lapse until the curtain is installed and
operating or in two (2) years. (Majority vote
required) (Recommended by the Board of
Selectmen) (Recommended by the Budget
Committee) ($0.0059 impact on the tax rate).
YES 666 NO 960

ARTICLE 46

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate
the sum of Twelve Thousand ($12,000) Dollars to
bid, purchase, and install two new divider partitions
in the multipurpose room at the Seabrook
Community Center. This will be a non-lapsing
account per RSA 32:7, VI and shall not lapse until
the dividers are installed and operating or in two (2)
years. (Majority vote required) (Recommended by
the Board of Selectmen) (Recommended b y the
Budget Committee) ($0.0070 impact on the tax
rate).

YES 601 NO 1018



ARTICLE 47

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the
sum of Ten Thousand ($10,000) Dollars for the purpose
of conducting environmental tests on the air quality
within the Town Hall. (Majority vote required)
(Recommended by the Board of Selectmen)
(Recommended by the Budget Committee) ($0.0059
impact on the tax rate).

YES 466 NO 1137

ARTICLE 48

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the
sum of Fifty Eight Thousand ($58,000) Dollars for
repairs to the Sanborn School including: 1) stripping
existing roofing, installing plywood, installing new
roofing and re-flashing the chimney; 2) install insulation
board over existing siding, install vinyl siding, preserve,
strip and paint window and door trim and dentil work; 3)
replace existing windows with vinyl units of historical
duplicate design; 4) reconstruct the handicapped ramp on
the south side of the building away from the building
eves and combine the front entrances with the
handicapped ramp; 5) repair front entry steps, install
outside lighting and repave parking lot; 6) repair interior
water damage and paint repaired damaged areas.
(Majority vote required) (Recommended by the Board of
Selectmen) (Recommended by the Budget Committee)
($0.0340 impact on the tax rate).

YES 777 NO 830

ARTICLE 49

To see if the Town will vote to grant approval for the
Board of Library Trustees of the Seabrook Library to
expend the sum of Fifty Thousand ($50,000) Dollars for
the purpose of funding computer upgrades, repairs and
maintenance to the Library and capital improvements to
the Library Building systems with said appropriation to
be funded from the Library's invested funds. (Majority
vote required) (Recommended by the Board of Library
Trustees) (Recommended by the Board of Selectmen)
(Recommended by the Budget Committee) (No impact
on the tax rate).

YES 995 NO 634

ARTICLE 50

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the
sum of Fifty Thousand ($50,000) Dollars to be used for
the purchase of library materials for the Seabrook
Library including, but not limited to: books for children.



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young adults and adults; large print books; reference
books; magazines; newspapers; books on tape,
DVDs, CDs, videos, music and films. This will be a
non-lapsing account per RSA 32:7, VI and shall not
lapse for a period of two years. Should the town
budget be adopted, this article will become null and
void. (Majority vote required) (Recommended by
the Board of Library Trustees) (Recommended by
the Board of Selectmen) (Recommended by the
Budget Committee) ($0.0293 impact on the tax
rate).

YES 938 NO 691

ARTICLE 51



ARTICLE 54

To see if the Town will vote to amend the Code of the
Town of Seabrook Chapter A268, Public Landing,
Section 5 by deleting in the first sentence the word
"watercraft" and substituting therefor the words "ski
craft" and by adding at the end of the first sentence the
words "unless the ski craft is required by law to be
registered as a watercraft." This amendment will allow
only ski craft that are registered as boats but not personal
ski craft to be launched from the boat landing. (Majority
vote required) (Recommended by the Board of
Selectmen).

YES 965 NO 679



To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate
the sum of Nine Thousand Twenty ($9,020) Dollars
for the purpose of purchasing a new AccuVote
Ballot Box, 10 additional voting booths and replace
shelves for the existing voting booths. Additional
voting facilities are needed due to our growing
population and to meet State requirements for the
minimum number of voting places available for use.
(Majority vote required) (Recommended by the
Board of Selectmen) (Recommended by the Budget
Committee) ($0.0053 impact on the tax rate).
YES 815 NO 799

ARTICLE 52

Blank.

ARTICLE 53

Shall we amend the Town's previous adoption of
the provisions of RSA 31:95-c to increase to Five
($5.00) Dollars of revenue to be deposited in the
Transportation Improvement Fund from each motor
vehicle registration for expenditures for the
purposes of highway maintenance? Passage of this
article will increase from $3.00 to $5.00 the amount
deposited in the Transportation Improvement Fund
that may be withdrawn by the legislative body of the
Town to pay for highway maintenance activities in
lieu of raising property taxes for such work. This act
shall be effective upon its passage. (Majority vote
required) (Recommended by the Board of
Selectmen).

YES 911 NO 754



ARTICLE 55

To see if the Town will vote to amend the Code of the
Town of Seabrook Chapter 184 Licensing, Sections 2A,
2B, 4A and 6 as follows: To add to Section 184-2A a
new subsection to be numbered (6) that shall read "(6) A
copy of a current license to operate that is issued by the
County, State or Federal governments shall accompany
the application required hereunder. Loss of a required
County, State or Federal license that is required to
operate a licensed business automatically cancels and
revokes a Town business license," By deleting from
Section 2B the number "$5" and substituting therefor the
number "$100" making the annual business license fee
$100 instead of a life time fee of $5. By deleting from
Section 4A the word "permanenf and substituting
therefor the word "annual" making the license renewable
annually; By adding at the end of Section 184-4 (A) the
words "Except that licenses issued before the enactment
of this amendment shall remain in force permanently and
shall not be renewable annually unless a new license is
required for the location because the licensed premises
were vacated, relocated or ownership of the business is
changed."; By deleting from Section 6 the words and
numbers "to exceed $25" and substituting therefore the
words and numbers "to be not less than $100" thereby
increasing the penalty for violating the ordinance from a
fine of not less $25 to a fine of not less than $100 in order
to recover the Town's cost to administer the ordinance
should that become necessary. This act shall take effect
upon its passage. (Majority vote required)
(Recommended by the Board of Selectmen).

YES 968 NO 634



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ARTICLE 56

To see if the Town will vote to amend the Code of
the Town of Seabrook Chapter 205 Pawnbrokers
and Pawnshops, Section 4 (f) and Section 204-4 B,
(2); by adding to the end of the subsection 4 (f) the
following: "The Town shall require and receive, at
the applicants expense, a criminal background check
on each applicant for a license hereunder from the
State of New Hampshire and all other States in
which the applicant has resided within the past five
(5) years, said background check to be required for
every other license renewal."; by removing from
205-4, B (2) the number "$50" and substituting
therefor the number "$100" so that the fee for a
license for pawnbrokers and pawnshops is $100 per
year. This act shall take effect upon its passage.
(Majority vote required) (Recommended by the
Board of Selectmen).

YES 1279 NO 383

ARTICLE 57

To see if the Town will vote to amend the Code of
the Town of Seabrook Chapter 228 Surfmg and
Surfboards, Section 1 (228-1) by adding to the end
of the section the following "except within 100 feet
either side of Thompson Rock and within 100 feet
either side of Round Rock." This act shall take
effect upon its passage. This amendment would
allow surfing and surfboarding in these locations
only at Seabrook Beach. (Majority vote required)
(Recommended by the Board of Selectmen).
YES 1131 NO 560

ARTICLE 58

To see if the Town will vote to amend the Code of
the Town of Seabrook Chapter 254 Waste Disposal,
Section 254-3 by changing the reference in line 3 of
Section 254-3 from "RSA 149:1" to "RSA 149-M"
and by adding to the end of subsection 254-3 A the
following: "The authority of the Board of Selectmen
to establish fees for the use of the Transfer Station
under Article 16 of the Town Meeting of March 20.
1980 is hereby confirmed and continued". This
article will place in the Code the prior action of the
Town to permit the Selectmen to establish fees for
use of the Transfer Station. (Majorit>' vote required)
(Recommended by the Board of Selectmen).
YES 944 NO 676



Town of Seabrook

State Primary Election and Special Town Election

September 12, 2006

Meetings were called to order by moderator, Paul M.P.
Kelley at 7:00AM.

State of New Hampshire warrant read by the moderator.

Motion by Elizabeth Thibodeau to waive reading of the
town warrant in its entirety. Seconded by Bonnie L.
Fowler.

Moderator states absentee ballots will be opened at 1 :00
PM.

Total number of votes cast: 5 1 3

Total absentee ballots cast: 30

Total voters on check-list: 6115

Total number of votes on special town meeting warrant:

Article #1 Yes 401 No 97

Article 1 passed.

Article #2 Yes 399 No 99

Article 2 passed.

Polls declared closed by moderator Paul M.P. Kelley at
7:00 PM.

Election Workers

Sandra Strangman

Bonnie McCann

Lois Lewis

Virginia L. Small (Asst. Moderator)

Charles W. Knowles

Minabell Bowden

Vicky Felch

Debra L. Deneusmond

Phila Sturgis

June E.A. Fowler

Margaret Campanella

Blanche Gove-Bragg

Elizabeth A. Thibodeau

Nellie Beckman

Kelly O'Connor

Respectfully submitted,
Bonnie Lou Fowler
Town Clerk



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TOWN OF SEABROOK

SPECIAL TOWN MEETING

COMMUNITY CENTER

FIRST SESSION

AUGUST 15, 2006

Meeting called to order by moderator, Paul M.P.
Kelley at 7:00PM.

Moderator introduced head table. Town Manager
Frederick W. Welch, Town Attorney Walter
Mitchell, Selectmen Chairman Cora E. Stockbridge,
Richard McCann, Robert S. Moore, and Town Clerk
Bonnie L. Fowler.

Moderator states he will follow Kelley's Rules of
Order. The majority will rule and the minority will
be heard. There were about 19 people attending this
session.

Salute to the flag led by town moderator, Paul M.P.
Kelley.

All articles read by the moderator.

Town Manager discussed both articles. Town
Attorney answered questions and clarified what both
articles meant.

Richard P. Maguire reiterated that in other words this
is just a house cleaning matter. Town manager
replied yes, it will bring us in compliance with the
legislature. Selectman Cora E. Sttckbridge agreed.

Stephen B. Gould asked because the ballot is
sometimes confusing the way it is written. If you
vote yes does it mean it will still be the same. Town
manager stated yes. If you vote yes on article 1 and 2
and it will keep everything the same as it was with
SB2. Article 2 will bring the town back under the
law.



GENERAL ELECTION

NOVEMBER 7, 2006

SEABROOK COMMUNITY CENTER

All election workers sworn in by town clerk, Bonnie
Lou Fowler.

Privacy envelopes placed on all ballot clerks tables
for voters if needed.

Security seals were removed from the ballot counting
machines and cases by the moderator, Paul M.
Kelley.

Warrant read and polls declared open at 7:00
a.m. by the moderator.

Moderator states absentee ballots will be opened
at 1:00 p.m. by assistant moderator, Virginia L.
Small and town clerk, Bonnie Lou Fowler. Polls
declared closed by moderator at 7:00 p.m.



Total number voters on checklist
Total number absentee voters
Total number voters



6134

125

2064



Election Workers



Nellie Beckman

Vicki Felch

Bruce Brown II

Margaret Campanella

Debra Deneumoustier

Bonnie L. McCann

Sandra Strangman

Elizabeth Ross (asst. moderator)

Virginia L. Small (asst. moderator)

A true copy attest:
Bonnie Lou Fowler
Town Clerk



Charles Knowles
Minabell Bowden
Sandra Brown
June Fowler
Lois Lewis
Jo-Anne Page
Phi la Sturgis



Motion to adjourn by moderator. Second by Gary K.
Fowler.

Meeting adjourned at 7:30 PM.

Bonnie Lou Fowler
Town Clerk



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REPORT OF THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN



The Board of Selectmen had a very busy year in
2006. We are happy with the many projects that
were accomplished, that are continuing, and that are
planned for the future. Among those

accomplishments was the completion of the repair to
the pubhc float and pier on River Street

The repair work to the Yankee Fishermen's
Cooperative was undertaken with Community
Development Block Grant funds as well as funds
from the cooperative. Although more work remains
and funds are being sought, we are happy with the
work that has been accomplished. An area for pubhc
use has been designated, and we look forward to
future plans to create a pubhc recreation area and
improvement of the public fishing area

Another project, which was instituted was the
creation of a fee study committee to review many of
the fees levied by the town. Completed was a
recommendation for an increase to the transfer station
fees, which had remained unchanged for 26 years.
The committee will be continuing their studies during
2007 and we express cippreciation to the members
who spent many hours on this project.

The board also created a health insurance study
committee whose mission is to research health
insurance costs in the hope that they may be able to
discover ways to help lessen the burden of these
costs.

The board successfiilly completed negotiations with
the four employee unions. Voters at the 2007 town
meeting are being £isked to approve the costs of the
tentative agreements reached with them. Oiu- concern
is that our main resource for providing services to our
townspeople may be adversely affected without
approval. The role of government is, among other
things, to provide services to its inhabitants. We
would like to maintain our level of services and feel
we need to provide appropriate pay to our employees.

Other notable projects; perambulation of the
Kensington-Seabrook town line; continued
installation of water meters with anticipated
completion before the end of 2007, and estabUshment
of a fee structure; continued work on the search of
new sources of water with an anticipation of success
in 2007; and a spiecial town meeting held in
September to correct the adoption of SB2, the official
ballot referendiun form of town meeting.






Easter Seals came forward to volunteer to administer
a driveway snowplowing project for the disabled,
since it was determined town funds could not be
spent to do this. The board of selectmen participated
in preparation of an application and a method of
review. We extend our appreciation to Easter Seals
for their kindness and caring about the disabled ui
Seabrook.



It was a pleasure for
the board of selectmen
to present the Boston
Post Cane to Michael
Belka as the oldest
Seabrook resident at
102 years of age.



We extend our appreciation for the efforts of our
department heads in their endeavors to provide our
needed services while operatmg under a default
budget for the second year in a row This board has
spent many hours preparing a budget for 2007, along
with the town manager and the department heads
We urge the voters to give their approval in 2007 so
that we may keep our valuable assets maintained, as
well accomphshing progressive-thinking tasks for the
betterment of our community.

Many other projects were undertaken by the board
the town manager, the department heads, the
employees, and the various boards and committees,
many of which are reported elsewhere in this year's
town report We appreciate all their efforts. The
board looks forward to 2007 to continue the
important projects, which will affect the future of the
town. We are pleased to serve the inhabitants of
Seabrook.

Respectfiilly submitted,

Cora E. Stockbridge, Chairman
Richard A. McCann, Vice-chairman
Robert S. Moore, Clerk



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REPORT OF THE TOWN MANAGER

To the Honorable Members of the Board of
Selectmen and the Citizens of the Town of Seabrook.

It is both a privilege and a pleasure to provide you
with my report for the year 2006 as your town
manager. It is with sadness this will be my last town
report that I will have the honor to provide, as my
employment as your town manager will end on
March 9, 2007.

2006 presented no lack of problems to be resolved or
opportunities to be explored for the benefit of the
community. The year presented unique problems
because of the failure to acquire a non-default budget
through the town meeting process. This represented
the second year of a default budget in the
appropriation process and required your board of
selectmen, town manager and operational department
heads to hold spending at the 2004 budget level that
was prepared in 2003. While we were successful in
containing spending at that level with contractual
obligations, the accomplishment was the result of
cutting back on spending of the 15% expendable
items contained within the budget. A third default


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