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having a license to do so from the Town of Seabrook, New Hampshire, nor shall any
vehicle be used for such business unless it meets the requirements hereinafter stated nor
shall the owner of such vehicle(s) or the proprietor of the taxi business in which such
vehicle is being used to allow any person to operate such vehicle who is not licensed as
hereinafter provided."

And to enact the following new Section 244-1 to read as follows:

"244-1 License Required. No person, firm, corporation, or business of any kind that is
engaged in the business of picking up and transporting passengers for hire that is garaged
and established as a business with its permanent home business address, offices and/or
facilities located within the Town of Seabrook, New Hampshire, shall be engaged in such
taxi business without first having a license to do so issued by the Town of Seabrook, New
Hampshire, through its Board of Selectmen, nor shall any vehicle be used for such
business unless it meets the requirements hereinafter stated nor shall the owner of such
vehicles(s) or the proprietor of the taxi business in which such vehicle is being used allow
any person to operate such vehicle who is not licensed as hereinafter provided."

And by repealing Section 244-9 that reads as follows:

"244-9 License Fees. For every taxi business license granted by the Board of Selectmen
there shall be paid to the Town Clerk the sum of $50 plus $25 per taxi vehicle and $10
for each license granted to a driver of a taxi."

And enact the following new Section 244-9 to read as follows:

"244-9 License Fees. For every taxi business license granted by the Board of Selectmen
there shall be paid to the Town of Seabrook the sum of $100 plus $50 per taxi vehicle and
$25 for each license granted to a driver of a taxi."



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This act shall take effect upon its passage.

(Majority vote required)

ARTICLE 47

To see if the Town will vote to amend Chapter 162 of the code of the Town of Seabrook
by repealing 162-4 that reads as follows:

"162-4 Display of Class C common fireworks. Persons desiring to display Class C
common fireworks must first obtain a permit from the Board of Selectmen. Such permit
shall be issued only after compliance with and subject to the following in addition to the
requirements of RSA 160-A: IV and V:

A. The applicant must be at least 21 years of age.

B. No display permit shall be transferable, and it shall be valid for only one display,
to be held within 15 days that said permit was granted.

C. Each applicant shall present at the time of application such proof of his
knowledge of the hazards relating to the display of Class C common fireworks as
the Selectmen shall from time to time require. The Selectmen shall also require
from said applicant a written statement holding the Town of Seabrook harmless
from any and all injury to persons or properties resulting from the display of Class
C common fireworks.

D. The Selectmen may establish reasonable times and places for said display as a
condition of granting the permit.

E. A permit fee of $3 shall be paid for every display permit so issued whether for
Class B or Class C fireworks. Such permit shall be valid for 72 hours.

F. The Selectmen may appoint an agent or agents to administer this chapter, and
nothing herein shall be construed to prohibit the appointment of persons holding
permits for the sale of Class B and/or Class C common fireworks pursuant to this
chapter, from being so appointed.

G. The Board of Selectmen shall establish requirements for each applicant to
demonstrate financial responsibility for damage to property or injury to others
before a permit is issued.

H. No person shall be issued more than three permits for the display of Class C
fireworks during any calendar year."

And to re-enact Chapter 162, Section 4 to reads as follows:



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"162-4. Display of Permissible Fireworks. Persons desiring to display permissible
fireworks shall conform to the requirements of RSA 160-C: 11, and any amendments
thereto."

This act shall take effect upon its passage.

(Majority vote required)

ARTICLE 48

To see if the Town will vote to amend Chapter 1 84, Licenses by amending Article 1 to
change the fee for the licensing of Motels, Hotels and Rooming Houses from $50 per
year per room to $0.01 (one) cent per square foot for the structures used as motels, hotels
and rooming houses or portions thereof and to permit the Board of Selectmen to abate
charges issued under this portion of the code that were issued by them or their
predecessors for good cause shown as justice may require.

ARTICLE 49

Upon the petition of Ernest A. Emery and fifty four (54) other legal voters of the Town:
"To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to establish ambulance
fees based on insurance reimbursement or medicare allowance. Ambulance service will
still be provided in all emergency situations. There will be no charge for Seabrook
residents if they do not have insurance." (By Petition) (Majority vote required).

ARTICLE 50

Upon the petition of Thomas J. Fay and thirty three (33) other legal voters of the Town:
"I Thomas J. Fay and the following 25 or more Registered Voters request that a warrant
article be added for the March Town Meeting to amend the Dog Ordinance regarding
public beaches by inserting the following:

A. Animals will be permitted on the Town of Seabrook Beaches from Memorial Day
to Labor Day onlv after 6:00 PM in the evening and before 8:00 AM in the
morning." (Submitted by Petition) (Majority vote required).

ARTICLE 51

Upon the petition of Michael Donley and Twenty Nine (29) other legal voters of the
Town: "To amend section 162 of the Seabrook Code by adding:

162-6 Penalties

Any unauthorized display of fireworks, regardless of class, shall result in a $100 fine per

incident." (Submitted by Petition) (Majority vote required).



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ARTICLE 52

Upon the petition of George D. Harvey and twenty four (24) other legal voters of the
Town: "We, the undersigned being legal voters of the Town of Seabrook hereby petition
the Board of Selectmen of said Town to place the following article on the warrant for the
2007 annual meeting.

New Hampshire Climate Change Resolution

To see if the town will go on record in support of effective actions by the President and
the Congress to address the issue of climate change which is increasingly harmful to the
environment and economy of New Hampshire and to the future well being of the people
of Seabrook.

These actions include:

1. Establishment of a national program requiring reductions of U.S. greenhouse gas
emissions while protecting the U.S. economy.

2. Creation of a major national research initiative to foster rapid development of
sustainable energy technologies thereby stimulating new jobs and investment.

In addition, the town of Seabrook encourages New Hampshire citizens to work for
emission reductions within their communities, and we ask our Selectmen to consider the
appointment of a voluntary energy committee to recommend local steps to save energy
and reduce emissions.

The record of the vote on this article shall be transmitted to the New Hampshire
Congressional Delegation, to the President of the United States, and to declared
candidates for those offices. (Submitted by Petition) (Majority vote required).

Given under our hands and seals the 29"^ day of January, in the year of our Lord Two
Thousand Seven.



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BOARD OF SELECTMEN




Richard A. McCann, Vice Chairman



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Robert S. Moore, Clerk



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A true copy of warrant - Attest:



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Cora E. Stockbridgd, Chairman



BOARD OF SELECTMEN



Richard A. McCann, Vice Chairman



We hereby certify that we gave notice to the inhabitants, within named, to meet at the
time and place and for the purposes 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 the Town Hall, being public places in said Town of Seabrook this 29' day of
January, 2007.



BOARD OF SELECTMEN




Richard A. McCann, Vice Chairman



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obert S. Moore, Clerk



STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
Rockingham, ss



January 29, 2007



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.



Before me.



Justice of the Peace/Notary Public

My Commission expires: September 3, 2008



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MS-7



BUDGET OF THE TOWN
WITH A MUNICIPAL BUDGET COMMITTEE

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 , 2007 to December 31, 2007
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 address below.



This form was posted with the warrant on (Date):_




BUDGET COMMITTEE



Please sign in ink.



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THIS BUDGET SHALL BE POSTED WITH THE TOWN WARRANT



FOR DRA USE ONLY



NH DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ADMINISTRATION

MUNICIPAL SERVICES DIVISION

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

(603)271-3397



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