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1978
ANNUAL REPOET
of the
TOWN OFFICERS
of
SANDOWN,
N.H.
FOR THE YEAR ENDING
DECEMBER
31,
1978
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This
Town
of their
Report
lives to
the
is
dedicated to two
Town
men who
gave
much
of Sandown
IN MEMORIUM
Ralph H. Millard served his town well as Police Officer and as
Chief for 30 years. He was a great friend to all who knew
him. His devoted work for the Town, and his kindness and
knowledge of what was needed was an inspiration to us all.
He
will
be sorely missed.
IN RETIREMENT
John J. Pinard has served his Town well as Tax Collector for
30 years. His many achievements also include Police Officer,
member of the Planning Board, Trustee of the Trust Fund,
and Central School Planning Committee. A record that would
be hard to equal. His wise judgment and integrity has long
been used for the good of the Town. Jim also gave his time as
a Charter Member of the Lions Club, and a long term
member of the Sandown Grange.
We wish "Jim" and Helen many happy years of retirement.
ANNUAL REPORTS
of the
SELECTMEN,
TREASURER, CLERK, HIGHWAY AGENT, TAX
COLLECTOR, HEALTH OFFICER, TRUSTEES OF TRUST FUNDS,
PLANNING BOARD, BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT, CONSERVATION
COMMISSION,
FIRE
LIBRARY COMMITTEE, FIRE DEPARTMENT,
WARDEN,
COMMITTEE,
POLICE
AUDITORS,
BUILDING INSPECTOR
DEPARTMENT,
VISITING
POLICE
STUDY
NURSE ASSOCIATION,
^
S
INDEX
Page
Auditor's Report
•.
Board of Adjustment
22
62
Budget
Colored Pages
Building Inspector's Report
65
Comparative Statement of Approp.
& Expenditures
12
Conservation Commission
50
Derry Visiting Nurse
60
32
Detailed Statement of Payments
District Fire Chief
Dog
& Forest
Fire
Warden
51
56
Constable
Election
& Registration
Electrical Inspector's
64
62
Report
Finance Committee for the
New
Central Fire/Police
Station Report
55
]
Financial Statement.'
Fire
15
Department Reports
HeaUh
Officer's
48
Report
Highv^ay Department Report
58
-
49
45
1978
Library Reports
Planning Board Report
Department Report
Rescue Squad Report
Police
Schedule of
Town
Property
SoHd Waste Disposal
Statement of Appropriations and Taxes Assessed
Summary
Tax
Inventory of Valuation
Collector's Report
Town
Town
Clerk's Report
Officers
63
,
52
50
22
65
8
7
23
Colored Pages
3
Treasurer's Report
29
Trust Funds
29
1978 Valuations
73
Vital Statistics
Warrant
68
Colored Pages
TOWN
OFFICERS
SELECTMEN
Thomas
F. Fallon, Chairman 1979 (Resigned 10/78)
George E. Romaine, Chairman 1979 (Appointed October, 1978)
Harold S.Durgin, 1980
Margaret
J.
Pskowski, 1981
TOWN CLERK
Edward C. Garvey, 1979
Janet M. Romaine, Deputy, 1979
TREASURER
William Gregorio, 1979
TAX COLLECTOR
John
J.
Pinard, 1979
Helen L. Pinard, 1979 (Deputy)
HIGHWAY AGENT
Roberto. Johnson, 1979
MODERATOR
Arthur C.Oestrich, 1980
SUPERVISORS OF THE CHECKLIST
Mary Haggett, 1980
William Dombroski, 1982 (Resigned, 12/78)
LloydA.Lessard, 1984
TRUSTEES OF TRUST FUNDS
Raymond K.
Basse tt. Chairman, 1980
Ernest C.Pillsbury, 1979
M. Eleanor
Bassett, 1981
RECORDING CLERK - SELECTMEN AND TOWN ROADS
Sandra E. Newton, 1979 (Resigned, 7/78)
JoanButterfield, 1979
AIDE TO SELECTMEN
Charlotte B. Piper
LIBRARY TRUSTEES
Emily K. Lovell, 1979
M. Eleanor Bassett, 1980
Hazel E.Rogan, 1981
LIBRARIAN
Susan Mast
PLANNING BOARD
Howard R. Johnson, Chairman, 1981
Robert W. Baldwin, 1980
David Rizzo, 1979
Richard L. Hall, 1981
John
Steven Kreatz, 1979
Kevin Hayes, 1979 (Resigned, 6/78)
J.
Pinard, 1980
Charles Hunt, Alternate, 1979
BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT
Marjorie F. Brown, Chairperson, 1979
Robert B. O'Neill, 1982
James
Maralyn W. Oestrich, 1981
P.
Tammany, 1980
Timothy
Morrill,
1983
Daniel Lanning, Alternate, 1979
William
J.
Brennan, 1979 (Resigned 7/78)
BUILDING INSPECTOR
Howard R. Johnson,
(Interim) 1979
Walter H. Pskowski, (Assistant-Temp) 1979
ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR
Walter H. Pskowski, 1979
CONSERVATION COMMISSION
Melo M. Dickason, 1979
Vincent
J.
Janet M. Romaine, 1979
Henry F. Higgins, 1979
Kenneth W. Sherwood, 1979 (Resigned 8/78)
Richard A. Drowne, 1979 (Resigned 6/78)
lacamino, 1979
AUDITORS
William Gregorio, 1979 (Resigned 2/78)
John Hurley, 1979
William G.Schanck, 1980
FIRE CHIEF
George W. Newton
FIRE DEPARTMENT ENGINEERS
George W.Newton
Raymond S. Bassett, Deputy Chief, 1979
Rudolph True, Deputy
James H.
Chief,
1980
Robert 0. Johnson, 1981
1979
Vasil, St.,
Warren H. Roberts,
Irving C. Bassett, 1981
Jr.,
1980
CIVIL DEFENSE DIRECTOR
Robert A. West
Thomas
B.
Deam on, Deputy, 1979
POLICE OFFICERS
Philip
L.Caron, Chief, 1979
William L. Shafer,
James Comerford,
III,
1979
Sgt.,
Deputy Chief, 1979
Richard D. Haggett, Sgt., 1979
Steven L. Duncanson, 1979
SPECIAL POLICE OFFICERS
John
Richard V. Lister, 1979
Richard L. Hall,
Sr.,
J.
Manni, 1979
Thomas P. Robinson, 1979
WilUam C. Schanck, 1979
Wayne Defeo, 1979
1979
Douglas C. Romaine, 1979
Edward C. Garvey, 1979
Robert K. Towne, 1979
Bernard F. Mann, 1979
Walter H. Pskowski, 1979
Melvin A. Wescott, 1979
Ernest C. Pillsbury, 1979
Howard R. Johnson, 1979
POLICE MATRONS
Katherine
J.
Ann
K. Gagnon, 1979
Mary Haggett, 1979
Shafer, 1979
Joanne A. Caron, 1979
Mary Comerford, 1979
DOG CONSTABLE
Jacqueline Adams, 1979
FOREST FIRE WARDEN
Raymond
S. Bassett
DEPUTY FOREST FIRE WARDEN
Ernest C. Pillsbury, Honorary -Permanent
Irving Bassett
John A. Geisser, Honorary -Permanent
Warren H. Roberts,
Jr.
Lloyd A. Lessard
David W. Burke
George W. Newton,
Jr.
HEALTH OFFICER
Robert K. Towne
Wayne Defeo,
Assistant,
1979 (Resigned 10/78)
Ernest C.Pillsbury, Assistant, 1981 (Resigned 12/78)
BUDGET COMMITTEE
Mary Comerford, Chairperson, 1979
Ann Gagnon, 1979
Carol Webber, 1981
Ann
Personeni, 1980
Lucille
Gertrude Millard, 1980
Sharon Baker, 1981
William Stewart, 198
1
(Resigned 6/78)
Power, 1980 (Resigned 10/78)
TIMBERLANE DISTRICT SCHOOL COMMITTEE
D. Ronald Cutliffe - 1979
Mary M. Comerford - 1980
TOWN
OFFICERS' SALARIES
Margaret Pskowski
791.64
Harold Durgin
708.31
George Romaine
250.00
Thomas
774.98
Fallon
Henry Wells
Richard Drowne
John Pinard
William Gregorio
Janet
Romaine
Jane Miller
Howard Johnson
Edward Garvey
TOTAL
207.66
1
18.32
2,585.64
785.00
159.50
178.00
1,066.00
1,857.00
$9,482.05
SUMMARY INVENTORY OF VALUATION
Land
$110,730.20
172,816.00
Buildings
Public Water Utility
6,830.00
361,540.00
Public Utilities, Electric
Boats
&
Launches (23)
10,200.00
Total Exemptions Allowed
220,000.00
Net Valuation on Which Tax Rate
is
Computed
$285,131.80
PUBLIC UTILITIES
Public Service of
NH Electric
NH
$301,940.00
59,600.00
Co.
$360,540.00
Total
Number of
Number of
Inventories
975
Distributed in 1978
24
at
5,000
Applying for an Elderly
5 at
10,000
Exemption 1978
2 at 20,000
Individuals
Number of Individuals
24
at
5,000
Number of Inventories
Granted an Elderly
5 at 10,999
Returned
Exemption 1978
2 at 20,000
in
1978
Number of Property Owners who
No. of Owners
were granted Current Use
Exemption in 1978 and total
number of acres exempted:
a/c
Farm Land
7
a/c Wetland
a/c Forest
Land
a/c Recreational
a/c Wild
Land
Land
No. of Acres
STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATIONS
AND TAXES ASSESSED
D.V.N.A.
10,000.00
Taxes to be committed to Collector
Gross Property Taxes
Less:
War
Service Credits
TOTAL TAX COMMITMENT
593,074.14
7,650.00
$585,424.14
as
in
o
FINANCIAL REPORT
ASSETS
Cash:
In hands of treasurer
$183,163.73
Unexpended Rev. Sharing Funds
Unexpended State Highway
Subsidy Funds
Due to State:
2% - Bond & Debt Retirement Taxes
(Uncollected $
)
6,542.72
757.35
189.43
(Collected-not
remitted to State Treas. $
)
School District(s) Tax(es) Payable
1
,307.27
256,588.70
271,450.29
Town Joint Highway
Unexpended balance in State Treas.
Unexpended balance in Town Treas.
State and
3,942.01
3,940.69
7,882.70
Capital Reserve Funds:
Fire
Truck and Police Cruiser
8,968.78
8,968.78
Total Liabihties
288 ,30 1
.77
Current Surplus (Excess of assets
over habilities)
44,322.99
GRAND TOTAL
$332,624.76
RECEIPTS
Current Revenue:
From
State:
For Town Road Aid
PAYMENTS
Current Maintenance Expenses:
General Government:
Town
Town
officers' salaries
officers'
expenses
12,720.43
1
3 ,0
1
.42
Election and registration expenses
1,650.57
Manpower
Expenses town hall and other
town buildings
4,334.06
Reappraisal of Property
5,454.83
14,008.65
Protection of Persons and Property:
Police
Fire
Department
17,383.02
Department, including
forest fires
Mosquito Control
6,753.33
645.00
Planning and Zoning
2 ,899 .09
Insurance
6,059.02
Board of Adjustment
141 .82
Conservation Commission
137.82
lealth:
Ambulance
Town poor
5,774.24
Rescue Squad
1
,344.68
8,418.92
Patriotic Purposes:
Memorial Day, Veteran's Assoc.
and Old
Home Day
50.00
50.00
Recreation:
Parks and playgrounds, including
band concerts
197.30
197.30
Public Service Enterprises:
Cemeteries, including hearse hire
Unclassified:
1,004.71
Life/Saf.
SCHEDULE OF
LONG TERM INDEBTEDNESS
Long Term Notes Outstanding:
18,000.00
Library
Total Long
Term Notes Outstanding
Total Bonds Outstanding
1
8 ,000 .00
18,000.00
Term Indebtedness —
December 31, 1978; June 30, 1979
Total Long
18,000.00
RECONCILIATION OF OUTSTANDING
LONG TERM INDEBTEDNESS
Outstanding Long Term Debt
January
1
,
1
9 78 July
,
1
,
1
—
9 78
2 1 ,000 .00
Total
21,000.00
Debt Retirement During Fiscal Year:
Long Term Notes Paid
Total
Outstanding Long Tenn Debt
3,000.00
3,000.00
—
December 31, 1978, June 30, 1979
21
18,000.00
SCHEDULE OF TOWN PROPERTY
As of December 31, 1978; June 30, 1979
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
Town
Hall,
Lands and Buildings
$175,300.00
Furniture and Equipment
Libraries,
7,500.00
Lands and Buildings
44,670.00
Furniture and Equipment
Police Department, Lands
10,000.00
and Buildings
Equipment
7,000.00
Department, Lands and Buildings
24,900.00
Equipment
Highway Department, Lands and Buildings
Equipment
35,750.00
Fire
Parks,
Commons and
28,430.00
12,000.00
Playgrounds
15,700.00
Total
$361,250.00
AUDITOR'S REPORT
We
surer,
have carefully examined the accounts of the Selectmen, Trea-
Tax
Funds and Library Trustees
December 31, 1978, and find them properly vouched
of the Town's financial position.
Collector, Trustee of the Trust
for the year ending
and
reflective
Specific
recommendations and requirements to improve various
functions have been given to the
town Selectmen.
G. SCHANCK
JOHN HURLEY
WILLIAM
Auditors
22
TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT
(For Current Year's Levy)
SUMMARY OF WARRANTS
PROPERTY, RESIDENT AND YIELD TAXES
LEVY OF
1978
-DR.Taxes Committed to Collector:
Property Taxes
Resident Taxes
National Bank Stock Taxes
Land Use Change Taxes
1
CR.
Remittances to Treasurer During Fiscal Year
Ended December 31, 1978:
Property Taxes
$155,925.02
720.00
Resident Taxes
Interest Collected
During Year
Penalties
on Resident Taxes
latements
Made During Year:
Interest
Property Taxes
Resident Taxes
3 ,44 1
.9
72.00
-CRRemittances to Treasurer During Fiscal Year
Ended December 31 1978:
,
Property Taxes
$.24
Interest Collected
During Year
.71
$.95
TOTAL CREDITS
$.95
LEVY OF
1974
-DR.UncoUected Taxes
— As of January
1,
1978;
Yield Taxes
Interest Collected
$505.86
on Delinquent Yield
Taxes
152.42
TOTAL DEBITS
$658.28
-CR.Remittances to Treasurer:
$405.86
Yield Taxes
152.42
Interest Collected
558.28
Abatements Made Diu-ing Year
$100.00
Yield Taxes
100.00
$658 28
TOTAL CREDITS
"I
hereby certify that the above
from each delinquent taxpayer,
of the tax levy of 1978,
is
list
as
showing the name and amount due
of December 31, 1978, on account
correct to the best of
my
belief."
JOHN
J.
PINARD
Tax Collector
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TREASURER'S REPORT
January
1,
1979
-
Balance on
Hand
1978 Receipts
Derry Bank
& Trust
Co., Derry
Temporary Loans
$
80,145.13
1976 Property Taxes
Interest
Earned
350.00
14,663.00
Total Receipts
$1,090,789.10
Total Payments
907,625.37
December 31, 1978 Balance on Hand
$183,163.73
Respectfully Submitted,
WILLIAM GREGORIO
Treasurer
31
DETAILED STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS
Town
J.
Pinard,
Officers Salaries
2,585.64
Tax Collector
Edward Garvey, Town Clerk
Edward Garvey Town Clerk
Edward Garvey, fees
Henry Wells, Selectman
Richard Drowne, Selectman
,
(1977 Fees)
,
salary
1
,718.00
1 ,8
1
5 7 .00
,860.50
207.66
208.32
Jane Miller, Treasurer
168.00
Harold Durgin Selectman
Margaret Pskowski, Selectman
7 1 9 .64
,
P.
McEwen,
719.64
150.00
Building Inspector
W. Gregorio, Treasurer
870.00
R.K. Bassett, Trustee
George Romaine, Selectman
15.00
250.00
Howard
R. Johnson, Building Inspector
Janet Romaine, Deputy
Thomas
Town
Clerk
850.00
159.50
749.98
Fallon, Selectman
13,255.72
Total
Town
Officers Expenses
Granite State Tel. Co.
752.27
Brown and Saltmarsh, vouchers etc.
Sandra Newton, secretary to boards
941
N.H. Municipal Assoc, dues
227.77
box
842.45
Postage and
rental
258.66
.55
4.99
Hampstead Hardware, Supplies
Hampstead Press, printing
Sewall and Co. Prints, maps
377.88
P&S Stationary, supplies
102.23
34.00
20.00
N.H. Assessors Assoc, dues
Derry Bank
& Trust
Co., Debit
Memos
Granite State Stamps, rubber stamps
Taft Business Machine, paper
& repairs
31.84
10.00
Jane Miller, treasurers exp.
Equity Publishing Co., R.S.A. Books
Tammany,
Bartlett Ins.
Thomas
430.92
996.00
Armstrong Graphics, town report
Tymshare, lot and index cards
J.
14.00
49.54
postage reimbursement
348.00
8.10
370.80
Agency, Bonding
Fallon, Reimbursement, stamps
84.05
13.00
Real Data Inc., Index
32
1
N.H. Tax Collectors Assoc, Dues
12.00
Derry News,
22 .70
legal ads
Morris Office equipment,
99.30
file
C. Piper, expenses
14.00
Ross Express, freight
20.25
Treasurer State of N.H., office supplies
332.79
M. Pskowski, expenses
87.28
H. Durgin, expenses
J.
Adams, dog
102.75
1103.13
officer
Registrar of Deeds
47.15
Arlington Trust Co. computer service
2,132.76
W. Pskowski, electrical insp. expense
N.H. Public Works Assoc, dues
3
E. Garvey, expenses
146.00
22.67
Avco. Financial Service
135.00
Pinard, tax sale, expenses
1
Conservation Commission, dues
,426.90
40.00
T/C Books auto reference
19.90
Joan Butterfield, secretary, selectmen mtg.
247.87
N.H. Municipal Assoc, Seminar
E. Garron,
5 .00
10.00
Casey Paper Co.
J.
1
10.00
reimbursement for cash purchase
3.55
P.T.G. Calendar ave.
90.00
M. Cameron, keys and locks
Norms hardware
39.75
2.88
Perrinoes, supplies
3.32
H. Johnson, building inspectors exp.
500.00
N.H.S.P.C.A., dogs, cats, etc. disposal
Total
102.00
1,310.42
Town
Hall and Other Buildings
Herbert Messenger, custodian
351 .88
Douglas Romaine, custodian
228.15
Robert Baldwin, janitorial work
46.50
Michael Moore, custodian
66.00
Howard Page custodian
83 .87
,
Christopher Durgin, custodian
3
1
.64
Public Service Co., Electricity
1
,583.57
Gannon
1
,533.23
Oil Co.
Duston Oil Co.
296.46
Granite State Tel. Co.
161 .47
Drowne Enterprises Inc., Library
Hampstead Hardware, Supplies
1
5
.8
94.65
33
5.86
Bensons Hardware, Supplies
1
Perrinoes Mkt., Supplies
17.56
Dependable Rubbish, Dumpster
90.00
Lloyd Lessard, Rubbish Removal
20.00
Star Paper Co., Paper products
15.25
Kenneth Sherwood,
CM.
Electrical repairs
Tri-State
1
5.00
39.00
Nicolaisen, repairs
748.93
Gas
5,454.83
Total
Police Salaries
and Expenses and Mileage
Newton
WiUiam Shafer
Patricia Donovan
2,367.98
James Comerford
1,706.25
296.25
Paul
James
784.00
144.20
Passanisi
Donovan
WiUiam Schank Jr.
Douglas Romaine
909.35
Richard Haggett
623.96
63.00
Daniel
182.06
Steve Duncanson
Phillip L.
Caron
5
Thomas Robinson
Richard Lister
1 1
.05
3,060.20
Sr.
498.75
1,137.16
Sr.
Jo Anne Caron
11.38
JohnManni
718.10
Richard Hall
359.15
Rowes, Gas
784.25
Perriones, Gas
1,141.65
24.00
Mai Cameron, keys
Bens Uniform,
seals, patches, flags,
badges
245 .20
10.00
N.H. Association, police dues
269.85
Rileys Sport shop, guns
T.R.H.S., printing
56.00
Hampstead Press, Safety Check Forms, printing
Brown and Saltmarsh, trays and labels
22.00
1 1
.81
724.19
Telephone
Exeter Hospital Blood Tests
30.00
State of N.H., Office supplies
40.44
David Taylor, mail rack
25.00
Perrinoes Mkt. Trash Bags
1
187.92
Cargo, 4 Tires
Cargo, 2 snow
.29
58.18
Jims Repair
128.08
tires
34
Postage and flashlight battery
R.C.Hazelton
Truck Sales
Demers
1,042.69
& Service
Plate Glass,
Doors
Granite State Telephone Co.
979.98
178.00
127.40
Share Corp.
120.00
Freemont Motors
55 1 .82
Gravel Pit Expenses:
Robert Johnson
29 1 .00
Ralph Drowne, Jr.
Warren Roberts
532.00
Irving Bassett
108.00
N.H.
48.00
Good Roads, Dues
Total
10.00
7,056.01
Town Maintenance -
Irving Bassett,
Labor
&
Equipment
June Wentworth, Labor
303.00
& Equipment
Chester Ray, Labor
1,208.00
171.50
Howard Johnson, Equipment
66.00
Kevin Palmer, Labor
357.00
Kenneth Bassett, Labor
James Vasil, Labor
38.00
27.00
Jack Cain, Labor
18.00
Steven Jones, Labor
21.00
Ralph Drowne,
Jr.,
David Wentworth,
Labor
819.00
Labor
Granite State Telephone
Holmes
39.00
Jr.,
20.80
& Bassett
720.00
Palmer Const.
1,032.00
Ralph Drowne,
Sr., Sand
Newton, Labor
Paul Geisser, Labor
Norman Bassett, Labor
350.00
Jeff
33.00
90.00
36.00
Total
31,892.79
Damages
& Legal Expenses
& Kerrigan Associates
Fryer-Bouten & Warhall
Hamblett
2,887.50
250.00
Richard Hall, RE: Dogs and rabbits killed
Grinell
& Bureau
77.00
1,680.50
Derry News, Legal Advertising
82.80
Total
4,977.80
Cemeteries
Eaton Brothers, materials
Irving Bassett, Labor,
320.70
mowing
223.00
Fred Bassett, Labor
Norman
Bassett,
75.00
Labor
1 1 1
Allan Richards, Labor
Merrimack Farmers Exchange
Davis, Benoit
Henry
.00
48.00
65.00
& Tessier, Engineers
129.00
Wells, Freight, cemetery markers
Total
33.01
1,004.71
Board of Adjustment
Derry News, Legal Advertising
James Tammany, Mailing and expenses
M. Oestrich, Postage
Total
96.60
42.12
3.10
141.82
37
Discounts, Abatements
& Refunds
MV refund
William Dombrowski, MV refund
Gerald Cicinia,
20.00
8.00
RE Abatement
John & Marjorie Hoknes, RE Abatement
Frank Caliri, RE Abatement
Thomas Segar, RE Abatement
John & Carole Foley, RE Abatement
Raymond K. Bassett, RE Abatement
Wendall Quinney, RE Abatement
Hollis & Ruth Beaney, RE Abatement
John & Marjorie Holmes, RE Abatement
John Eraser, RE Abatement
William Dust on RE Abatement
Ralph Drowne, Jr., RE Abatement
Raymond S. Bassett, RE Abatement
Michael Rauseo, RE Abatement
Donna Palmer, RE Abatement
Stephanie Harris, RE Abatement
Fred & Pat Teague, RE Abatement
Stuart McDonald, RE Abatement
Edward F. Dorsey, RE Abatement
Lloyd Lessard,
163.25
659.20
138.43
225.51
19.56
14.43
50.00
26.29
33.70
23.30
Timothy
J.
50.00
53.84
47.00
25.00
32.00
27.25
54.50
9.50
78.05
Morrill
Dennis Love,
RE Abatement
1 1
Total
.00
1,779.81
Taxes Bought by
John
.00
1
,
J.
Pinard, taxes bought
Town
by town
12,915.65
Street Lighting
Pubhc
Service
Company
1
,096.36
Planning Board
PTG
3.50
Calendar
47.02
D. Rizzo, Postage
41.16
J.K. Hayes, Postage
231.01
Haverhill Gazette, legal ads
Derry News, 20 back issues
97.80
Legal ads
Davis, Benoit
& Tessier
2,460.60
Engineers
S.
Newton,
18.00
Secretarial
2,899.09
Total
38
Insurance
Bartlett Insurance
policies
Agency,
all
Town
insurances,
and bonds
6,059.02
Tax Map
James Sewall
& Co.
1
,900.00
Conservation Commission
Kenneth Sherwood, expenses
Kenneth Sherwood, postage
Mealo Dickason, expenses
Sandown,P.T.G., Calendar
Tom
Neff, research and service
Total
4.17
4.17
5.98
3.50
1
20.00
137.12
PUBLIC WELFARE
Derry Visiting Nurse Association
Daniel Picard
Carl West
219.00
Richard Hall
50.00
Ralph Drowne,Sr.
92.00
David Drowne hay
2 5 .00
,
F&S
Transit
Mix
660.00
Palmer Construction
& Basse tt
Hobnes
300.00
Construction
300.00
R.E. Webber, crane
R.W. Cheney
& Sons,
800.00
Lumber
1
Treas. State of N.H.
57.50
75.00
R.E.Webber
120.00
11,859.00
Total
Library
Granite State Telephone
25.23
5,400.00
Trustees
Public Service
364.93
Misc.
788.80
Total
Warrant #1
Warrant #1
6,578.96
1
-
Basement
788 .80
639 .90
Air Conditioner
Total
5,150.26
D.V.N.A.
325.00
Mosquito Control
Rockingham County Mosquito Project Pesticides
Rockingham, Stratford Training Consortium,
Trucks and spraying
368.00
277.00
Total
645.00
Timberlane Regional School District 1978
401 ,565.92
Patriotic Purposes
50.00
American Legion
Health Officer
300.00
Recreation
Robert Johnson, Beach Area
37.50
R. Drowne, Beach Area
109.80
U.N.H. Caravan for Youth
50.00
197.30
Total
41
Warrant Article #14
Greater Salem Mental Health Association
Trustee of the Trust
870.00
Fund
Capital Reserve
Warrant Article #30, Fire Truck
2,000.00
Warrant Article #3 1 PoUce Cruiser
,
1
,000.00
3,000.00
Total
Bonds, Notes, Capital Reserve
J.J.
520.00
Pinard, yield tax
Treasurer, State of N.H.
Trust Fund
Bond and Debt retirement
Head National Bank,
92.17
and interest
Derry National Bank, short term loans and interest
256,209.75
Total
261,029.42
Indian
library notes
4,207.50
Warrant Article #10
Life Safety
Bill
Coffey,
fire
Riverside Mill
600.00
escape
Work, Door for
Mai Cameron, crash bar for
fire
fire
escape
1
escape door
873.32
Total
State of N.H.
I.R.S.
05 .00
168.32
-
County Treasurer, County Taxes
19,810.00
Withholding
357.96
Highway Subsidy
5,054.70
Warrant Article #35
Town
Money
Hall
to start C.E.T.A. Project*
1
,500.00
Plywood Ranch
63.84
74.00
Taylor Rental, Sanders
1
Hampstead Hardware, Supplies
Eastern Supply, floor wax, finish, pads
193.42
Norms Hardware, supplies
Modern Paint and Hardware,
17.99
75.89
small tools
Moore and Co., Paint, stains
A.L. Moore Co., supplies
Plaistow Lumber
Ed. Garron, Reimbursement on cash purchase
42
85.79
326.01
126.60
81.51
10.23
Gouldreault Trailer Sales, Bathroom Windows
East Coast
New
47.80
Lumber
80.50
England Business Services, forms
20.76
Westville Supply
10.94
Taylor Goodwin, Insulation
728.34
Manchester Ladder, ladder
East Coast
98.12
Lumber
3
Total
1
5 .54
3,957.28
*receipts will
show
1
,500.00 returned to town
by reimbursement from
C.E.T.A.
With
this refund, the actual
expenditures from the $9,000 appropriated
2,457.28
is
this leaves
an actual balance of
6,542.72
Warrant Article #36
Depot
Norms Hardware
Share Corp, Wasp
spray, cleaning suppUes
Derry Drug,
Aid Kit
First
86.14
75.00
6.04
Mai Cameron, keys
8.25
Feurer Lumber
65.79
Plaistow Locksmith, locks
4.50
Hampstead Hardware, zip strip, sm. hdwre.
East Coast Lumber, assorted materials
Westville Hardware
Sandown
Plaistow
& S.
Transit,
55.87
266.38
1
,572.71
52.00
342.94
Cement
178.75
264.33
up expense
500.00*
86.41*
Public Service
A.L. Moore Hardware
Mike Moore, reimbursement
Westville Supply
Hampstead Hardware
Plywood Ranch
,433 .23
92.05
Lumber
Nelson M. Powell, Electric supplies
Start
1
Restoration, reimbursement
A.J. Felz, Plumbing and Heating
Demers Plate Glass, window glass
Moore and Co. Paint and primer
F.
210.67
152.00
for oil
drum
10.00
29.34
20 .65
63 .84
Norms Hardware
37.04
Salem Bldg. Supply
582.77
43
AJ.Felz
Nelson M.Powell
101.44
20.06
6,586.44
Total
Receipts will show 500.00 returned to town also 70.90 for public
(returned) 570.90
service returned
actual expenditures
A
brief
—
5,160.14
returns
summary of hardware items
will include, clapboards, nails,
cinder blocks, cement, joists, paints, brushes, trays, sheet rock, assorted
lumber, including rough for floors, paint, scrapers, zip
plumbing
parts, etc.
strip, screws,
The vouchers and purchase orders for
this are all
available for public review.
Appraisal
James W. Sewall
& Co.
Re-Appraisal and tax maps, scheduled payments
3,000.00
3,000.00
1
,850.00
2,500.00
1,107.00
2,550.00
Edith Holland, Registrar of Deeds
1
.65
14,008.65
Total
44
1978 LIBRARY TRUSTEES REPORT
1977
.
TOWN WARRANT
The State of New Hampshire
The
be open from 10:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M.
polls will
To the Inhabitants of the Town of Sandown
Rockingham in said State, qualified to vote in Town
You
are
hereby notified to meet
Town
at
upon the following
To choose
Article 1.
all
To
Article 2.
raise
Town
are to be
such sums of
Sandown on
10:00 of the clock
in
subjects:
necessary
The following articles
Wed., March 14, at 7 PM, 1979.
ensuing.
at
County of
the
Hall in said
Tuesday, the thirteenth day of March, next
the forenoon, to act
in
Affairs:
Officers for the year
voted
money
defray town charges for the ensuing year and
as
at
adjourned meeting
may
make
be necessary to
appropriations of
the same.
To see if the Town will vote to
sum of Two Hundred Twenty -Five Thousand
Article 3
the
.
for the construction
nature, of a
Serial
new
raise
and appropriate
Dollars ($225,000.00)
and equipping, with improvements of
Bonds or Notes not
to
sum
a
permanent
by the issuance of
exceed Two Hundred Twenty-Five Thou-
Fire Station, such
to be raised
sand Dollars ($225,000.00) under and in compliance with the pro-
Act (N.H.R.S.A. 33:1, Et Seq., as
amended), and authorize the Selectmen to issue and negotiate such
Bonds or Notes and to determine the rate of interest thereon, and to
visions of the Municipal Finance
take such other actions that
may
be necessary to effect the issuance,
negotiation, sale and delivery of such
best interest of the
Bonds or Notes
as shall
be in the
Town of Sandown.
Disapproved by Budget Committee
Article 4.
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the
sum of Two Hundred Seventy-Six Thousand Three Hundred Thirty
Dollars ($276,330.00) for the construction and equipping, with im-
provements of
Station, such
to exceed
a
sum
permanent nature, of a new joint Fire and PoUce
to be raised by issuance of Serial Bonds or Notes not
Two Hundred
Seventy-Six Thousand Three Hundred Thirty
Dollars ($276,330.00) under and in compliance with the provisions of
the Municipal Finance Act (N.H.R.S.A. 33:
1
,
Et Seq., as amended), and
authorize the Selectmen to issue and negotiate such Bonds or Notes and
and to take such other actions
to determine the rate of interest thereon,
that
may
be necessary to effect the issuance, negotiation,
Bonds or Notes as shall be in the best
Town of Sandown.
Recommended by the Budget Committee.
delivery of such
will vote to
Issue
due
fiscal
To
Article 4b.
and spend
or other funds as
first interest
Recommended by
1979.
to
make
name of the Town such
in the
may
the
payment on the
the Budget Committee.
authorize the Selectmen to apply
from investment of Bond Program and
receive
if
and appropriate the sum of Ten Thousand
raise
Dollars ($10,000.00) to be applied to the
Bond
and
of the
Contingent upon the passage of Article 4, to see
Article 4a.
Town
sale
interest
all
Interest received
application for, to
advances, grants in aid
or herein after be forthcoming from Federal or
State sources for the Fire-Police Building Program.
To
Article 5.
borrow money
Article 6.
see
if
the
Town
will
in anticipation
of taxes.
To
Town
see
if
the
authorize the Selectmen to
will authorize
the Selectmen to
administer or dispose of at Public Auction property taken through
Tax
Collector's deeds.
To
Article 7.
contribute
Town
Town to
see if the
$4,177.05,
will accept
raise
Town Road
Aid, State to
and appropriate the sum of
$626.56.
Recommended by
the Budget Committee.
To see if the Town of Sandown will vote to raise and
sum of $1 ,596.00 to help support Greater Salem Mental
Article 8.
appropriate the
Health Association for the
Recommended by
To
Article 9.
see if the
Budget Committee
Article 10.
Ambulance
Article
raise
the
To
fiscal
in
year 1979.
the Budget Committee.
Town
accord with
will hereafter elect
RSA
6 members of the
32:3.
Town will vote to accept the 1968 Pontiac
Town from the Sandown Rescue Squad.
see if the
as a gift to the
1 1
To see if the Town of Sandown will appropriate and
sum of One Thousand five hundred dollars, ($1,500) being a
.
contribution to the Vic Geary Drop-In-Center for Senior Citizens.
Recommended by
the Budget Committee.
To
Article 12.
Town
see if the
will vote to accept as a gift
from
Arthur and Marguerite Johnson, a parcel of land shown as Lot #4 on
Map #19 of
the 1976
Town
Property Map, this land to be considered
Area or possible use by the Fire Department
a Conservation
as a
water
hole.
Article 1 3 To see if the Town will vote
sum of $37,000 to institute door-to-door
.
posal.
to raise and appropriate the
solid waste
pickup and
dis-
$10,000 of which to be allocated to construct a transfer station
at the site
of the present town dump, and $27,000 to be allocated for
pickup and disposal after July
1
,
1979.
Without Recommendation of Budget Committee.
Article 14.
To
see if the
Town
will vote to
provides for the appointment of Deputy
adopt
Tax
RSA 41 :38
which
by the Tax
Collectors
Collector with the approval of the Board of Selectmen.
Article 1 5 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the
sum of $2,000 to be placed in the Capital Reserve Account for the purpose of a new fire truck.
Recommended by the Budget Committee.
.
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate
sum of $1,000 to be placed in a Capital Reserve Account for the
purchase of a new police cruiser.
Recommended by the Budget Committee.
Article 16.
the
To see if
sum of $2,000 for
Article 17.
the
the
Town
will vote to raise
and appropriate
safety and security material at the Railroad
Depot.
Without Recommendation of Budget Committee.
Article 18.
Rescue Squad
Article 19.
as a
To
as
To
town road,
see if the
Town
will vote to accept the
Sandown
an organization of the town.
see if the
Town
will vote
to accept
Rowell Lane
subject to a vote of the Board of Selectmen.
To
of the town will accept the road
which is located in the Co-Rec, Inc., development off Hampstead Road, as a town of Sandown road, subject to a
vote of the Board of Selectmen.
Article 20.
known
see if the voters
as Brookside Drive
Article 21.
To
see if the voters of the
town
will vote to accept the
known
road
as a
as
Morrison Lane which
town of Sandown
Article 22.
and Round
Article 23.
known
road
To see
Road
Hill
To
is
located off
if
the
town
will vote to accept Holt's Point
Road,
for general maintenance.
town
see if the voters of the
which
as Cricket Lane,
division off Sargent
Hawkwood Road,
road, subject to a vote of the Board of Selectmen.
Road,
as a
is
will vote to accept the
located in the Cricket Corner sub-
town of Sandown road,
subject to a vote
of the Board of Selectmen.
Article 24.
from
its
To
see if the
town
will vote to accept
Lake Ridge Ave.,
Hohneswood Drive, to its westerly
with Royal Range Road, as a town road, subject to a vote
easterly intersection with
intersection
of the Board of Selectmen.
Article 25.
To
see if the
town
easterly intersection with
its
will vote to accept
Royal Range Road, to
section with Stagecoach Drive, as a
town
Love Lane, from
its
westerly inter-
road, subject to a vote of the
Board of Selectmen.
Article 26.
To
see if the
town
will vote to accept
Stagecoach Drive,
from Rte. 121 A, to its southeasterly intersection with Love Lane, subject to a vote of the Board of Selectmen.
To see if the Town of Sandown will vote to authorize
Sandown Conservation Commission to place the unexpended por-
Article 27.
the
tion of
its
appropriation in a special conservation fund as provided in
RSA36-A:5.
To
town of Sandown will vote to accept the
and Museum": empowering the society to
receive gifts, grants, documents or loans of such items, in the name of
the town or in the name of the society.
By Petition
Article 28.
"Sandown
Article 29.
appropriate
see if the
Historical Society
To
the
see if the town of Sandown will vote to raise and
sum of $700.00 to purchase a ten-unit aluminum
collapsible self storing voting booth,
complete with red, white and blue
canvas curtains to replace the present system
Recommended by
Article 30.
To
now
in use.
the Budget Committee.
see if the
town
will
vote to require the Planning
Board to begin work immediately on a comprehensive Master Plan for
.
town of Sandown which would take
the
the
as
into consideration such things
conservation of wetlands, watersheds, lakes, streams, zoning
changes, the phasing of growth, providing therefore, and to present a
Town
formal report of their progress to the 1980
Referendum
Article 3
1
.
Article
To
by
Meeting.
Petition.
see if the
town
will vote to require the Building In-
spector to publish, on a monthly basis, in a local newspaper of general
distribution, the total
total value
number of
building permits issued to date, the
of those permits, and the individual permit data for the
month which would
include the
name of
the applicant, the location
of the building, and the value of the permit
Referendum
Article
To
Article 32.
Board to pubUsh,
by
Petition.
town
see if the
in a local
will vote
to require the Planning
newspaper of general distribution, the
following information regarding each subdivision to be brought before
them:
1) the
of house
and
lot,
after
name of
the subdivider, 2)
number of house
lots, 3) size
4) total acreage of subdivision, 5) location of subdivision,
each review of subdivision, indicate whether or not
it
was
approved.
Referendum
Article
To
Article 33.
by
Petition.
town will vote to adopt
town the benefits of title
see if the
ing to employees of the
a plan for extendII
of the federal
Social Security Act. (Old age. Survivors, Disability and Health Insur-
ance) as authorized by Chapter 101 of the Revised Statutes Annotated
amended by Chapter 302 and 332 of the laws of 1955 and to raise and
appropriate the sum of $3,065.00, to defray the town's share of the
cost thereof.
Without Recommendation of Budget Committee.
Article 34. If a plan for social security coverage
town
the
will authorize the
the necessary agreement with the state of
and see
effect the plan
if
is
adopted, to see
if
Selectmen to execute on behalf of the town
the
town
New
Hampshire to carry into
will designate the
Town
Treasurer as
the officer to be responsible for the administration of the plan.
Article 35.
To see if the Town of Sandown will vote to raise and
sum of $934.00 to purchase a portable radio unit for
appropriate the
the PoUce Department.
Recommended by
Article 36.
To
the Budget Committee.
see if the
Town of Sandown
will vote to raise
and
.
appropriate the
sum of $1,685.00
to purchase a radar unit for the
Police Department.
Without Recommendation of Budget Committee.
Article 37.
To see if the Town of Sandown will vote to raise and
sum of $1,000.00 for Educational Programs for the
appropriate the
Sandown PoHce
Officer
s.
Disapproved by Budget Committee
To
town
will vote to provide workers'
com-
pensation coverage for eligible employees by participating in the
New
Article 38.
see if the
Hampshire Municipal Association Self-Funded Workers' Compensation
Program commencing March 16, 1979 and to authorize the Selectmen
to take such action in furtherence of this vote as may be necessary.
Article 39.
all
To
to the installation
Referendum
Article 40.
all
see if the
Town of Sandown
newly constructed housing
will vote to provide that
have strapping in living areas prior
of electrical wiring.
Article
To
shall
by
Petition.
see if the
Town of Sandown
newly constructed housing
shall
will vote to provide that
have installed at least one smoke
bedroom areas.
by Petition.
detector adjacent to the
Referendum
Article 41
all
.
Article
To
see if the
Town of Sandown
newly constructed housing
will vote to provide that
have a three-way or four-way switch
shall
when
a room, hallway, cellar or garage has more than one entrance.
Referendum Article by Petition.
Article 42.
all
To
see if the
Town of Sandown
newly constructed housing
shall
will vote to provide that
have a duplex recepticle in the
hall-
way.
Referendum
Article 43.
Article
To
by
Petition.
see if the
Town
newly constructed housing
duplex recepticles unless there
all
Referendum
Article 44.
all
Article
To
by
see if the
Article
45
.
Article
To
by
is
have
will vote to provide that
at least
two, one-half switched
an overhead ceiling
light.
Petition.
Town of Sandown
newly constructed housing
Referendum
of Sandown
shall
shall
will vote to provide that
have four lights
in a full
basement.
Petition.
see if the
Town of Sandown
will vote to automatically
Code
accept updates, changes, and revisions to the National Building
and the National Electrical Code.
Referendum
Article
by
Petition.
To see if the Town of Sandown will vote to raise and
sum of $450.00 for the purchase of stop signs, yield
Article 46.
appropriate the
signs or similar signs, the State to contribute $225.00.
Recommended by
To
Article 47.
the Budget Committee.
see if the
Town
will vote to appropriate
and local assistance
visions
of the
against
budgeted appropriations and warrant
state
specific purposes
and
in
and authorize
Fund estabhshed under
the withdrawal from Revenue Sharing
act
of 1972 for use as
pro-
set offs
articles for the following
amounts indicated herewith or take any other
action hereon:
Amount
Appropriation
A. Article #8, Salem Mental Health Assoc.
B.
Article #1
C.
Article
1
$1 ,596.00
Vic Geary Center
1
,500.00
#29 Voting Booths
700.00
To offset cost of transfer station
8,438.00
amount to partially offset cost of soHd waste disposal.
amount to partially offset cost of operation to town dump.
D. Article #13
E.
Entire
F.
Entire
to
Article 48. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen
make appHcation for, to receive and spend in the name of the Town,
such advances, grants in aid or other funds as
may now
or herein after
be forthcoming from Federal, State and local or private agencies.
Article 49.
To
transact any other business that
may
legally
come
before this meeting.
Given under our hands and
seal, this
26th day of February,
year of our Lord nineteen hundred and seventy -nine.
GEORGE E. ROMAINE
MARGARET J. PSKOWSKI
HAROLD S. DURGIN
Selectmen
A true
copy of Warrant
—
Attest:
GEORGE E. ROMAINE
MARGARET J. PSKOWSKI
HAROLDS. DURGIN
Selectmen
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UNEXPENDED BALANCE OF
SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS
1.
Warrant Article #10 from 1976. To see
will raise
provements to the
releases
if
the
Town
and appropriate the sum of $4,000.00 for
and hand
Town
Hall such as fire exits,
of Sandown
life
safety im-
emergency door
railings.
Balance $2,626.68
2.
Warrant Article #21. To see
if
the
Town
of
Sandown
will vote to
raise
and appropriate $2,458.00 to have a
Soil
Conservation Service and to have Sandown placed upon a
priority
list
soil
survey done by the
for the survey to be scheduled.
Balance $2,458.00
3.
Warrant Article #35. To see
if
the
Town
$9,000.00 to do restoration work on the
refinishing, painting
will vote to appropriate
Town
Hall such as floor
and porch repairs and to authorize the with-
drawal of the amount required for this purpose from the Revenue
Sharing Funds established under the provisions of the State and
Local Assistance act of 1972.
Balance $6,542.72
TOWN
CLERK'S REPORT 1978
1867 Motor Vehicle Permits Issued
1978 Dog Licenses Issued (298
in
1978
total)
$38,806.50
$1 ,506.85
87.00
Plus Late Fees
$1,593.85
Less
Town
148.50
Clerk Fees
$1,445.35
1978 Candidate FiHng Fees
10.00
280.00
Oil Burner Permits
Dog Violation
1,445.35
20.00
Fine
Photo Copies
58.00
Tax Maps
45.00
Zoning Books
27.00
Sub-Division Regulations
17.00
Voting Check -List Fees
Cemetery Lots
-
9
5.00
@ $50.00
450.00
4.00
Pistol Permits
Fire
Truck Use
45 .00
223.00
Hall Rental
Fireman's Suit Re-imbursement
96.00
Plumbing Permits
15.00
Building Permit Fees
827.20
Planning Board Fees
961.54
250.00
Electrical Inspection Fees
Rockingham/Strafford training Check
.428.35
Total to Treasury
Respectfully Submitted
EDWARD C.GARVEY
Town
Clerk
$44,013.94
BUDGET COMMIHEE REPORT
This
is
the
first
year the
Town must comply
with the regulations of
the Municipal Budget Law.
The Committee worked throughout 1978 reviewing the Town's
and 1978 specifi-
financial expenditures for the last five years in general
cally.
We met
with Department Heads to become famihar with their
indi-
vidual needs. All department budgets were reviewed in detail. Over
1
,000 hours have been spent
by
the
Committee formulating the budget
for 1979.
At the request of the Budget Committee,
Warrant Article
a
will
appear in support of electing the Budget Committee.
A
book showing
specific line-item figures for
be available for public inspection in the
Town
each department will
Hall.
It is our hope the people will avail themselves of this service to be
more informed about the workings of the Town's financial picture.
We
look forward to serving the
budget voted by the People
at
Town
Town
in
1979 by overseeing the
Meeting.
Respectfully submitted,
Mary M. Comerford, Chairman
Gertrude Millard, Vice-Chairman
Sharon Baker, Secretary
Ann Gagnon
Ann Personeni
Carol
Webber
Harold Durgin, Selectman-Liason
.
magazine purchases, offer our patrons better regional resources and to
hold
programs
monthly,
this
and
workshops
of professional
The Friends of the Sandown Library,
have had
many
One
projects,
More
file
led
now
of historical papers by Sandy
a special
Meeting
by Mrs. Catherine Pinard,
interesting fund raising programs this year to fund
various library projects.
zation
interest.
has been an unqualified success.
completed, was the organi-
Thomas and
the
purchase of
to hold these
chairs
were purchased for the downstairs room and co-operation
with the Sandown Central School was encouraged by a Friend's sponfall and an open house for teachers last
The School loaned us several hundred books for the Summer.
Trustees Hazel Rogan, Eleanor C. Bassett and Emily Lovell joinme
sored reading contest this
spring.
in
thanking the
many
residents
which contribute greatly to our
who
donate books, displays and services
efforts to serve you.
Respectfully,
SUSAN MAST
47
.
DEPARTMENT REPORT
FIRE
The
Department responded
Fire
to
26
calls
for assistance,
most
were minor, resulting with httle or no damage.
Some of
these
minor problems were wood stove
related.
Wood
stoves can be useful if installed and operated properly, but also be fatal
when the installation is not employing the recommended procedures.
Anyone that is now using or planning to use wood as a heat source,
and has Httle or no knowledge of using wood, should obtain instruction
from rehab le sources,
Before using
flue
checked for
a
wood
good source would be the Extension Service.
chimney should be cleaned, and the
stoves the
safe useage. This rule
appHes to chimneys that
are in
use, at least once a year.
The oxygen removed from the police car, and put back in the rescue
was done because there were no trained police personnel. This
equipment was purchased by the Fire Department to be used by licenvan,
sed Fire and Police personnel. This condition
warrant
A
the
1972
reminder to the newer residents that the Fire Department
a Volunteer
the
was part of
article
Department;
available
number
this
means day time hours we
men
to
respond
to thank
all
that have
of
to
fire
is
are limited to
—
so
please
be careful.
Again
I
would
like
Department.
A
list
January
of
calls that
were responded
to:
made
this a
working
HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT
This past year has been a busy but successful one. Cleaning up after
the '78 blizzard, and the building of the
new
bridge on PhiUips Road,
have been the main projects. Also, patching and resealing of North
Road, and part of Fremont and Odell Roads. Weekly maintenance of
the town
the
dump,
new town roads, overseeing
town youth this past summer, and
welding and maintaining old worn out equipment has been
plus the addition of several
new "Speedy" Program
repairing,
for the
another time user and expense. Trying to stay within the budget has
been next to impossible with the rate of growth in town. (Sandown is
second only to Londonderry in growth rate in Rockingham County.)
With this growth rate comes new roads, but we're still working with the
same equipment and manpower.
down.
My
I've
done
my
best to keep the cost
thanks to Allan Richards for his needed and appreciated help
over the past year, and also to the residents who've had to wait for the
roads to be plowed, sanded, or salted because the plows, or sander or
the
Road Agent was being
repaired.
Respectfully submitted,
BOB JOHNSON
Road Agent
49
SANDOWN CONSERVATION COMMISSION
The Conservation Commission had quite a busy year with a forest
management program started being its largest undertaking. Town
owned lands were studied and several pieces were walked over and
Tom Neff, forest consultant, was hired to help
what was the best project and piece of land to work on.
A piece of land on Reed Rd. was determined as a good piece for a
forest management project consisting of thinning and selective cutting.
We would like to thank Mr. John Hohnes for the many hours he
boundaries located. Mr.
us determine
assisted us in locating
town
Several dredge and
fill
lands.
apphcations were examined and also a very
bad situation of animal pollution
at Angle Pond was solved.
The board has had quite a problem getting people to serve and is
now down to four members. Anyone in town with any interest in conservation is more than welcome to apply for membership.
JANET M.ROMAINE
Conservation
Member
SANDOWN RESCUE SQUAD
1978 the Rescue Squad has responded to 62 emergency
fire calls, and 1 mutual aid call. The more aware the
residents are of our services the more calls we have been receiving.
The present active membership consists of 11 Nationally Registered
Emergency Medical Technicians and 4 Certified Advanced First Aider,
Since Jan.
medical
calls,
1,
13
bringing the total to 15.
The Rescue Squad
also has 5
Advanced
First
Aid Instructors and 6 C.P.R. Instructors.
We
will
do our best
to provide
24 hour coverage
as
we have main-
tained in the past.
The Volunteers of
everyone
who has
the Rescue
supported
this
Squad wish to express their thanks
Squad financial and otherwise.
Respectfully submitted
DON PARENT
President, Rescue
50
Squad
to
REPORT OF DISTRICT FIRE CHIEF
AND YOUR FOREST FIRE WARDEN
For more than 80 years,
State of
New Hampshire and
a forest
fire
as superior
between the
a cooperative effort
local forest fire authorities has created
prevention and suppression program that
is
recognized
throughout the United States.
Since the
first forest fire
laws were written in 1895, the state
community governments have worked together
and combat forest fires.
and
local
Today, 249 forest
wardens
are
fire
wardens and more than
1
to prevent
,800 deputy
appointed every three years by the State Forester to
work with the members of
the State Forest Fire staff in this effort.
State funds are used to pay one-half the cost of forest fire suppres-
sion costs incurred
by
local forest fire organizations, within
pay
rates
estabUshed by the Governor and Council. State funds matched by
hand
local funds are used to purchase
to train local forest
fire
All outside burning,
snow,
your
is
tools to suppress forest fires,
crews and in forest
when
fire
the ground
prevention work.
is
not covered with
permitted only after obtaining a written
local Forest Fire
when one
is
required
fire
permit from
Warden. Penalty for burning without a permit
is
a
misdemeanor punishable by a
fine
up to
$1,000 or a jail term of up to one year or both.
REMEMBER, ONLY YOU CAN PREVENT FOREST FIRES!
1978 Forest Fire
).
Statistics
of Fires
State
District
Town
DENNIS THORELL
RAYMOND S. BASSETT
District Fire Chief
Forest Fire
51
Warden
POLICE DEPARTMENT
Percentages Showing Increase of
1978, Services Over 1977
Actual Breakdown of 1978 Services
of our duties. But there
dollars
—
and that
Department has
its
the unusual things
is
is
another
way
citizen assistance
to fight crime and protect tax
and support.
A
part time Police
limitations, but every citizen can help
you notice around your home or
by reporting
area. Such
your
in
assistance could help us to catch a criminal before he or she completes
their crime
hardships,
and gets away. Such assistance can save your neighbors
cut
down on
insurance
and
costs,
Department time and money which saves on tax
tance and support
dends to us
I
may
look
like a small thing,
save
your Police
dollars. Citizen assis-
but
it
can pay big
am proud
of the devotion and dedication given by the members
of the 1978 Police Department. Each has given
department and deserves more praise than
his
and her best to your
criticism.
Respectfully submitted,
PHILIP
L.
CARON,
Chief of PoUce
OFFICER
divi-
all.
SR.
Revenues
$105.25
Revenue from report copies
Revenue from
$50.00
pistol permits
$10.00
Donation
$165.25
Department Expense
Badges
& Shoulder Patches
3/38 Cal.
S&W Guns,
$245 .27
$269.85
$89.95 Ea.
Office Supplies, Police Forms,
$173.67
and Postage.
$45 .00
Battery for Portable
Keys
&
$22.50
Locks
$ 5.98
Film (Camera)
$762.27
54
FINANCE COMMITTEE FOR THE NEW CENTRAL
FIRE/POLICE STATION REPORT
The Finance Committee for the new Central Fire/PoUce Station was
by Selectmen in April of 1978. The purpose of this
Committee was to look into the best way to finance the proposed fire
appointed
and police
station.
The Committee's first concern was to check with the Police Department to see what additional space would be needed in a central station,
as the original plans called for a Fire Station
only with a future addition
of the Police Station. Because of the remodeling of the railroad depot
it was felt by the Police Chief and
Committee that we should concentrate on the original proposed
Central Fire Station with a Police addition possible in a few years.
Much time and effort has been put into seeking State, Federal, or
and the housing of the Police there,
this
other avenues of financing for a Central Fire Station.
I
am
sorry to
Committee found no such funds available.
The Committee met on several occasions with a contractor, an architect, and a representative of the New Hampshire Municipal Bond Bank
to try and come up with a workable plan of financing the new station.
With a lot of help from John Daley, the architect, and Skip Barrett
of the New Hampshire Bond Bank, the Committee reported their findings to the Selectmen in October of 1978 as specified at the town
meeting in March of 1978. A public meeting was held on January, 1979
report that this
to
make our
findings public.
This Committee feels
we have proposed
a financing plan that
is
rea-
sonable for the taxpayers and will provide suitable housing for the Fire
Department on
I
would
a long
like to
term
basis.
thank everyone involved with
this
Committee and
our efforts over the past ten months.
Respectfully submitted,
JAMES PASSANISI
KENNETH SHERWOOD
DAVID RIZZO
IRVING BASSETT, Chairman
Finance Committee for
Central Fire/Police Station
55
1
DOG CONSTABLE
REPORT OF ACTIVITIES APRIL
Answered
Calls
41
Stray
25
Placed in
1
2
Rabbits Taken In Custody
10
Down
Animals Put
- DECEMBER
169
Up
Cats Picked Up
Geese Picked Up
Stray Dogs Picked
Stray
13
Homes
Dogs
19
Dogs
1 1
2 Geese
Month
21 Cats
3 Puppies
5 Cats
6 Rabbits
Hours
13+30
April
Miles
102.0
May
19+0
109.0
June
212.0
July
27+30
24+0
Aug.
18+0
200.0
Sept.
15+0
126.0
Oct.
16+0
196.0
Nov.
22+30
155+30
208.0
Dogs licensed
in
In order that
I
1360.0
- 296
1978
I
207.0
may
serve the residences of
Sandown more
effectively
have been attending Animal Control Officers seminars in Stratham. At
the time
I
took
sponsibilities.
1
feel the
know what
is
this position
1
knew nothing of the requirements
or re-
I'm learning!
town report
required of
is
the proper place to let the townspeople
you
as an animal
owner, and what
am
I
ex-
pected to enforce as your dog constable. These laws apply to everyone
equally, and there
is
a
good reason why they have been implemented.
There are not enough pages in
and wherefores, so
ting too
1. All
I'll list
windy about
the
a
town report
this
to explain
all
the
whys
few of the most pertinent ones without
get-
whole business.
dogs 3 mos. old and older must be licensed by
required to prove the dogs had a rabie shot).
males and spayed females $3.50
—
May
1st. (It is
The
fees are: neutered
—
females $6.50. All
males $6.00
dogs not licensed after June 1st are subject to a warrant sworn out by
the Selectmen to be signed
owner having
by
the
dog constable and could lead
to go to court.
56
to the
Note: (Because your dog
lives in
of a 100 acre lot does not exempt
2. If
an enclosed kennel, or in the middle
from the Ucense laws).
it
your dog causes any property damage or physical harm to
someone, or causes an accident because
sponsible for
all
costs
it's
running loose, you are
and charges. This town has
a
24 hour
re-
leash law
is preempted by state law RSA 466-30 "Dog Control Law."
Dogs running loose and picked up by the police or dog constable are
subject to a $20.00 fine. If you lose "poochie" because it got loose or
which
3.
me and report him or her missing. Chances
someone finds it and calls me, I'll call you and you pick your
own dog up. (There are limits to this courtesy service too.)
4. If you are keeping an animal in a cruel, or abusive manner, and it is
reported to me — watch out — that's part of my job too. Besides
ran out of the house, call
are, if
attending to the townfolks needs,
I
also have
an obligation to the
"critters" in town.
There are 39 pages of RSA's to learn and use as a tool in the perfor-
mance of
sibilities,
my
duties,
and
in order to better serve
you and
they will be used.
Respectfully submitted
JACQUELINE ADAMS
Dog Constable
57
my
respon-
.
HEALTH OFFICER'S ANNUAL REPORT
The year of 1978 has seen
Town and
in
a
marked
increase in problems in our
with the ever expanding population we must
all
do our part
keeping our property free from debris and rubbish accumulation.
Friends, believe
we
problem
if
with
problem.
this
me when
I
we could have
say that
don't cooperate.
We
a rat infestation
have had several locations already
Our town can still grow and be healthy and clean for you and your
families as we work for this together. Also remember to preserve our
Natural Resources so that
My
thanks to those
we and your
who
helped to make conditions better for
am happy
I
tant,
this
and
in
my
all
to have working with
absence he
children can enjoy them.
have called for assistance and together
may be
of
me
us.
Ernest Pillsbury as
called if
nature
Respectfully submitted
ROBERT K.TOWNE
Health Officer
58
my
assis-
you have any problems of
MENTAL HEALTH CENTER
FOR SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE
Annual Report for 1978
Year 1977-78 saw
Fiscal
a
major turning point
Mental Health Center for Southern
New
in the history
Hampshire. In
May
of the
1978, after
months of planning and application to the National Institute of Mental
Health, a Federal Grant was secured to expand services beyond the outpatient facilities in Salem and Hampstead. The Derry and Hampstead
offices and the Salem Clinic staff was expanded to meet the growing de-
mand
screening,
for
families.
and
diagnosis,
The Center plans
to
work
treatment
tions and service agencies, not only in case
toward
early
Community
detection
and
town
and
institu-
work but also in education,
The newly established
prevention.
Services and Education
vices to clients, lectures
of individuals
closely with schools,
Department
offers supporting ser-
and seminars, radio and television programs,
and resource material on mental health
issues
and problems of daily
living.
The Center continues to provide locaHzed inpatient services and
through working agreements with hospitals in Derry and Hampstead. To expand Sustaining Care to serve a wider range of citizens. Day
care,
Treatment and Elders Services have been developed. Special programs
for children and the treatment of alcoholism are being planned for the
A new
near future.
24-hour Emergency Service, available by calling
432-2253, has been operating since August 1978. All services and programs
are
planned and administered to be as comprehensive
as possible,
while being responsive to the particular needs of the client and the com-
munity.
In fiscal
Year 1977-78, 21
clients
from Sandown were seen, with
96.5 hours spent in outpatient, screening, and identification services
as
well as long term services. During the latter half of 1978, the Cen-
ter's
expanded program was
to accommodate more clients,
December 1, 1978. In that same time
able
resulting in 10 active cases as of
period, 76.5 hours were spent in direct outpatient services, and 10 contacts
were made with Emergency Services. The Mental Health Center
for Southern
New
provide this
community with
Hampshire recognizes
the
its
continuing responsibility to
most comprehensive mental health
care available.
59
DERRY VISITING NURSE ASSOCIATION
1978
REPORT TO THE TOWN OF SANDOWN
7/1/77 - 6/30/78)
(FOR PERIOD OF
home
Sandown residents as well as to the
residents of the other five towns which we serve. This is the service of
Occupational Therapy. It is available upon the orders of an individual's
January, 1978, another medicare certified, professional
In
health service was
made
available to
personal physician, and
is
especially helpful for conditions such as
when
stroke, arthritis, problems with eye/hand coordination, situations
energy conservation
is
important or where household routines need to
be adapted to wheelchairs, as well as in other situations. The Occupa-
Therapy can be an important additional component in a wellhome health rehabiUtation program, whether the
tional
rounded, complete
need
for a single evaluation visit or for ongoing visits.
is
home
met
also be
to assure medicare
our other
as
home
and
as
home
As for
all
other
health benefits in the medicare program, other requirements must
home
health aid,
is
payment. However
this service, as well
health services of nursing, physical therapy, and
available as
needed and requested by the patient,
ordered by the physician, regardless of abiHty to pay. For
health services,
payment
if
there
available the fee
is
is
no medicare, medicaid
all
our
or insurance
discussed with the patient and family on
and can be adjusted according to income. The appropriation from the town is allocated to make up the difference and to
the
first
make
it
visit
possible for us to continue to give care "regardless of ability
to pay."
In addition to
in
home
health
adding Occupational Therapy,
visits in
some other
TYPE OF VISIT
NURSING VISITS:
'76-'77
77
For Care of the Sick
For Adult Health Promotion
For Newborn/Maternal/Child
Health Visits
PHYSICAL THERAPY VISITS
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY
VISITS
HOMEMAKER HOMEHEALTH
AID VISITS
Total Home
there
was an
increase
areas as well as follows:
Visits
60
'77-78
other
Services
home
than
visits
were
funded
by
town's
the
appropriation and continued to be offered. These included, Blood Pressure Screening,
of every
Immunization Clinics
available the first Friday
morning
"even" month, and The Expectant Parent Classes. The
Immunization CHnics
are
now
at the
West Side Community Center
in
Derry. The Expectant Parent Classes have been increased for the second
now
year in a row so that
eight classes each.
They
accept only mothers
nancy
who
of the
at the time
may
be needed in
need
in preparing
this
there are four series per year consisting of
are fully enrolled each series
series.
We
program. Couples are finding that
them together
call
to
of preg-
anticipate that additional expansion
it fills
a real
for the childbirth experience.
Inquiries and/or requests for any of our services
telephone
and we are able to
are in the last trimester (3 mos.)
our office. The
call
may be made by
a
can come from the patient
himself/her self, the family, a friend or the physician.
Respectfully submitted,
JOANNE MILLSAPS, RN
Nurse/Administrator
Sandown
representatives on our Board of Directors at this time are:
William Brennen
Sarah Fogg
887-4139
887-3924
Suzanne Kendall
887-3728
61
BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT
During the year of 1978 the Board of Adjustment was not too busy
town is growing rapidly in population and
in spite of the fact that our
land developments.
The Board heard requests for four variances to the Town of
Sand own Zoning Ordinance. Of these three were granted and one denied. Of the one denied, a request for a rehearing was also denied, be-
new
cause no
evidence was presented to warrant a rehearing.
Three requests for Special Exceptions were heard.
Of these, one was
granted subject to restrictions.
The other two
requests, were not acted upon, because the applicants
did not have Planning Board approval of the subdivision for the use in-
tended.
ment
It
is
a
was explained
to the applicants that the
Board of Appeals
in a sense
Board of Adjust-
and could act only in that
capacity.
Respectfully submitted
JAMES
P.
TAMMANY
Secretary
ELECTRICAL INSPECTORS REPORT
During the year 1978, 64
electrical permits
were issued for the
following purposes:
41
2
1
1
1
6
1
3
2
1
1
1
2
1
— New Homes
— Additions
— Garage
— Mobilehome/replaced by new home
— Wiring of cellar
— Service changes
— Wiring of swimming pool
— Rewiring of existing homes
— Wiring of barns
— Gas pump installation
— Fire damage
— Addition to school
— Wiring of upstairs in existing home
— Rewiring of Sandown Depot
Respectfully submitted
WALTER PSKOWSKI
62
PLANNING BOARD REPORT
In
March the voters of
Board, resulting
elected to
fill
the 7
the
town
selected their first elected Planning
4 previous members and 3 new members being
in
member board.
The volume of plans that came before the board was about par with
previous years, however with the enactment of sub-soil zoning, at the
last town meeting, required more work on the part of the board and
particularly on the part of the town engineer. Through sub -soil zoning
the board found
X
40,000
in lots
many
sq. ft.)
areas
where the minimum
would not
with greater frontage and greater
With the town becoming
District Planning
Commission
board, particularly in
lot size (160' frontage
justify a septic system
a
it
and well, resulting
sq. footage.
member
of the Southern Rockingham
has resulted in an asset to the planning
soil analysis
which
dictates lot size per sub -soil
zoning. The board has used this tool in ahnost every sub-division that
has
come before
us this past year.
Realizing the overdue need for a Master Plan, a attitude survey
mittee was formed.
It
is
the desire of the board and the
that constructive information can
com-
committee
be gathered over the next year which
could be used in formulating a Master Plan.
The planning board meets the fourth Tuesday of the month. We
would welcome the public to attend at these meetings as well as our
work sessions.
Respectfully submitted
HOWARD JOHNSON
Chairman
63
ELECTION AND REGISTRATION
William Dombroski, Supervisor of Check List
Mary Haggett, Supervisor of Check List
Lloyd Lessard, Supervisor of Check List
Richard Drowne, Election Service
Henry Wells, Election Service
Thomas
$119. 00
125.00
124.99
25.00
25.00
50.00
Fallon, Election Service
Harold Durgin, Election Service
50.00
Margaret Pskowski, Election Service
50.00
Irene Barnes, Ballot Clerk
25.00
Margaret Steinhoff, Ballot Clerk
75.00
Catherine McCarthy, Ballot Clerk
75 .00
25.00
Maralyn Oestrich, Ballot Clerk
105.00
Arthur Oestrich, Moderator
Garvey,Town Clerk
Edward
WilUam
L. Shafer
Patricia
Donovan, Election Service
C.
III,
75.00
42.00
Election Service
50.00
John Manni, Election Service
45.50
Marjorie Holmes, Ballot Clerk
75.00
CM.
38.00
Nicolaisen, labor voting booths
Timberlane Regional High School, Check
Hampstead
Lists
1 1 1
.00
277.00
Press, Ballots Etc
Evans Printing, registration cards
29.00
Voting Booths
28.65
Brown and Saltmarsh
.5
.37
$1,649.51
64
.
BUILDING INSPECTORS REPORT
For the year ending December 31
,
1978
a total
of 106 building per-
mits were issued
60
2
18
2
3
6
1 1
2
2
— New Homes
- Mobile Homes
— Remodeling permits
— Replacement (Mobile to Modular)
— Bams
— Garages
— Additions
— Foundations (Under existing buildings)
- Pools
Respectfully submitted
HOWARD JOHNSON
Building Inspector
SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL
The Selectmen of Sandown appointed a committee to study
Problem in the Town; the findings of that committee
Solid Waste
the
are
as follows:
The Town is rapidly running out of time and space in the present
dump; the State has sent a letter to the Selectmen, which gives the
Town
1979 to close the present
until Oct.
dump
area
—
due to lack of
dumping area and the closeness of a brook which
could be contaminated by leachate from the present dump.
This committee at first attempted to find a new area in which to
below-ground
level
dispose of solid waste, but due to soil conditions
find an area that
would be
we were
suitable for this purpose;
have to meet standards set by the
State
for
the
unable to
any land would
containment of
would be very expensive for us.
We investigated the setting up of a full Transfer Station, and the
figures that we obtained showed that the capital investment by the
Town for equipment and maintenance of this equipment would run
leachate, and this
65
many thousands
into
of dollars, plus the need for a building, the cost
of manpower, electricity, the cost of hauling the compacted waste out
of town, and the dumping fee to the
Town
made this plan very expensive.
The recommendation of this Committee
door pickup, with a mini Transfer Station
dump, together with
a
are that
Town
needs for disposal of Solid Waste. In the costs of
a
capital investment
construction
we go
at the site
by
the
to a door-to-
site.
this
method would be
town of approximately $10,000
for the
Station, a retaining wall with an
of a small Transfer
It
dump-
All manpower used would be provided by the company that was
chosen by the
from
This
and should meet our
access road to this station and a blacktop area for the placing of
sters.
all
of the present
stump dump and heavy metal disposal
will provide a service to the residents of the
—
that takes this waste
Town
to handle the pickup of rubbish and
Town.
recommended by
its
removal
the
is
this
Committee, that the
Town
enter into a
contract for one year only, as other plans in the future might
mean
lower costs for us.
The Committee has
also investigated recycling
and other disposal
methods, but these require sseveral Towns to participate and none of
our neighboring
Towns seem
interested at this time.
fact that the State requires us to change our
The
method of disposal
- plus the large amount that is budgeted for the present dump
Town this year - makes this recommended method not too far
of waste
by
the
out of
line.
Solid Waste Disposal
Committee
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Harold Pruden
Rev. WilUam Shafer
Thomas
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1978 VALUATIONS*
& Geraldine
Bassett, Irving
& Katherine
& Eileen
& William
Bresnahan, Cornelius & Irene
Briggs, David & Ruth
Brightman, Jean & Stewart, William
Brennan, Arthur
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Brigida, Marie
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Wayne
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Brown, Albert
Brown, Marjorie
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Brown, Robert
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Thomas & Bonnie
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Buckley, George
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Burbine, Phyllis
Burgett,
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Rex
Burke, Chnton
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Burke, John
Burns, Robert
Butts, Joan
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Cain,
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Campbell, James & Joan
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Raymond
Callahan, Richard
Cappello,
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Carbone, Cecilo
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Robert
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Robert
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Thomas
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John
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Spencer, Arthur
Stacey, Joseph
& Catherine
Thomas
Stafford,
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Steele,
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& Margaret
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Alice
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Thomas
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,
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,
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&
& Elizabeth
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Antonio
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Vaccarin, Lewis
Valliquette, Paul
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& Carolann
& Barbara
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Walsh, Joseph
& Marion
IN CASE OF
FIRE
Or Emergency
DIAL 887-3220
STATE LOCATION AND KIND OF FIRE
DO NOT DELAY TO NOTIFY
NO MATTER HOW SMALL THE FIRE
POLICE DIAL 887-3222
Sandown Emergency
Medical Team Rescue Squad
DIAL 887-3888

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