07^3 Wilton, New Hampshire 2002 Town and School Reports Front cover photograph contributed by Doreece Miller. Pictured is the restoration of the famous horse and sulky mural on the side of Intervale Machinery and Supplies barn located on Forest Road, Wilton. The mural was an artistic effort of Wilton's Martha Greene, Jerri Lawson, Joan Tierney and Gail Proctor; Paula Pestana of Mont Vernon and Milford's Susan Peterson. 1*0 2oO>- Donna Mae Bolt Hoover November 9, 1927 - October 13, 2002 William Montelius Abbott July 25, 1 91 4 - August 31 , 2002 The Board of Selectmen would like to pay tribute to Donna Hoover and Bill Abbott for their commitment and service to the Town of Wilton. Donna served as Budget Committee Chairman and President of the Wilton Business Association while Bill served on the Board of Selectmen and the School Board. Their energy, good nature and spirit of involvement will be missed. ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE TOWN OFFICERS OF WILTON, NH FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2002 WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE & WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2002 Printed by The Athol Press Inc., Athol, MA 01331 INDEX Ambulance and Rescue 64 Auditor's Report 55 Balance Sheet 17 Budget Committee Report 15 Budget for Town of Wilton 10 Building Inspector's Report 58 Building Permits Issued 47 Conservation Commission 66 Current Use Report 52 Expenditures, Detailed 24 Fire Department 62 Forest Fire Warden 63 Health Department 64 Heritage Commission 57 Highway Department 59 Home Health Care, Hospice & Community Services 73 Investment of the Trust Funds 39 Library Director's Report 56 Library Treasurer's Report 45 Milford Area Communications Center 69 MS-5 19 Nashua Regional Planning Commission 70 Police Department 58 Recycling Center 60 Revenues, Detailed 13 Schedule of Town Property 53 School District Report S1 Selectmen's Report 54 Sewer Department 63 Souhegan Home & Hospice Care Report 72 Summary Inventory of Valuation 51 2002 Synopsis of Town Meetings and Election Results .... 74 Tax Collector 41 Tax Rate Computation 50 Town Clerk 44 Town Officer's 1 Treasurer's Report 35 Trustee of the Trust Funds 36 Vital Statistics 84 Warrant for Town Meeting 3 Wilton Main Street Association 67 Waterworks Report 61 Wilton-Lyndeborough Youth Center 65 Wilton- Lyndeborough Cooperative High School S40 TOWN OFFICERS - 2002 Selectmen: Moderator: David W. Glines, Chair. 2003 Richard D. Rockwood 2004 Stuart S. Draper 2004 Jerry W. Greene 2005 Highway Agent: Dennis W. Maki, Resigned Tax Collector: Brian Adams, Acting Jane K. Farrell 2003 Kyra L. Brennan, Deputy Budget Committee: Cary A. Hughes, Chair. 2004 Town Clerk: David M. McGettigan 2003 Jane K. Farrell 2005 David B. Tierney, Jr. 2003 Kyra L. Brennan, Deputy Kyra L. Brennan 2003 Donald R. McGettigan, Sr .2004 Treasurer: William J. Keefe 2005 Barry A. Greene 2003 Donald C. Davidson, Jr. 2005 Paul K. Putnam, Resign. 2005 Trustee of the Trust Funds: Betsy M. Warren, Resign. John H. Hutchinson, Chair.2005 Joyce A. Fisk, Appt. Louise K. Greene 2003 School Board Member Earl W. Watts 2004 Stuart S. Draper, Selectmen Member Auditors: Zoning Board of Adjustment: Doris G. Boutwell 2003 R. Neil Faiman, Chair. 2005 Carlene Brown 2003 Carol R. Roberts 2003 Robert E. Spear, Jr. 2003 Planning Board: James A. Tuttle 2004 Michael D. Davidson, 2005 Joanna K. Eckstrom 2005 Chair. Resign. 10/02 Ronald A. Hanisch, Alt. W. Bruce Johnson, 2004 Eric W. Fowler, Alt. Appt. Co-Chair. Mark H. Whitehill, 2005 Supervisor of Checklist: Appt. Co-Chair. Joan C. Pellerin, Chair. 2004 J. Alex MacMartin, Jr. 2003 Priscilla C. Jowders 2003 R. Neil Faiman 2003 Appt. to 3/03 Matthew W. Fish 2003 Nancy Lee Claire 2006 Appt. to 3/03 Elizabeth A. Castro 2004 Conservation Commission: David W. Glines, Selectmen Member Spencer C. Brookes II, Chair. Dawn Tuomala, Alt. Doreece J. Miller, Resign. 7/02 L. David Holder, Alt. Andrew R. LeFrancois H. Alan Preston Leslie P. Tallarico Philip C. Heald, Emeritus TOWN OFFICERS - 2002 Heritage Commission: Stanley T. Young, Chair. Corinne F. Blagbrough Robert A. Chouinard Michael G. Dell'Orto Thomas B. Greenman, Resign. 8/02 Gail R. Hoar Leslie A. Wharton Robin R. Schoen, Alt. Phyllis P. Tallarico, Alt. Jerry W. Greene, Selectmen Member Library Director: Carol R. Roberts Library Trustees: Stanley T. Young, Chairman Mary Ellen Brookes Olga S. Brigham Ronald E. Brown Faye B. Crawford Harold C. Levine Sandra S. Perfito Chief of Police: Robert D. Maguire Building Inspector: Frank S. Millward, Retired 4/02 William F. Condra, Appt. 5/02 Health Officer: Frank S. Millward Corder of Wood: Mark C. Gibbons Surveyors of Lumber: Mark C. Gibbons Philip C. Heald Forest Committee: Philip C. Heald Masonry, Brick & Stone: Leroy V. Tuttle Water Commissioners: Thomas P. Herlihy, Chair. 2005 Charles O. McGettigan, Jr. 2003 James A. Tuttle 2004 Sewer Commissioners: C. Stanley Schultz 2005 Paul A. Desrochers 2003 Resign. 10/02 David B. Tierney, Jr. 2003 Appt. 11/02 Charles O. McGettigan, Jr. 2004 Recycle Center: Maurice G. Guay, Sr. Overseer of Welfare: Charles O. McGettigan, Jr. Parks & Playgrounds: Highway Department Civil Defense: Thomas P. Herlihy Fire Chief: Raymond A. Dick Deputy Fire Chiefs: Ronald Y. Caswell David B. Boissonnault Forest Fire Warden: Ronald Y. Caswell Nashua Regional Planning Committee: Diane Nilsson, Resign 11/02 Thomas B. Greenman, Resign. 8/02 Dog Officers: Police Department Cemeteries: Charles O. McGettigan, Jr. STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE TOWN WARRANT To the inhabitants of the Town of Wilton in the County of Hillsborough and the State of New Hampshire qualified to vote in Town Affairs: You are hereby notified to appear at the Wilton Town Hall in said Wilton on Tuesday, March 1 1 , 2003 at 10 A.M. to ballot for necessary Town Officers and other action required to be inserted on said official ballot. (POLLS ARE TO REMAIN OPEN UNTIL 7:00 P.M.) 1 . To choose all necessary Town Officers for the year ensuing. (By ballot.) 2. Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 1 as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town of Wilton Zoning Ordinance as follows: Amend Section 2.0 DISTRICTS, to clarify the distinction between Primary Districts and Overlay Districts. All land in the Town of Wilton is located within one of the primary districts. Land in the Town of Wilton may be located outside of any overlay district or within one or more overlay districts in addition to its underlying primary district. (The Wilton Planning Board recommends this amendment.) 3. Are you in favor of the adoption of Zoning Ordinance Amendment No. 2 as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town of Wilton Zoning Ordinance as follows: Amend Section 188.8.131.52 Structures , to clarify by listing specific items that are not included in the definition. Structures do not include driveways, fences, stonewalls, mailboxes, culverts, and drainage measures approved by the Planning Board as part of a subdivision or site plan. (The Wilton Planning Board recommends this amendment.) 4. Are you in favor of the adoption of Zoning Ordinance Amendment No. 3 as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town of Wilton Zoning Ordinance as follows: Adopt Section 4.9 Notification of Abutters , to require notification of the property owner(s), applicant(s), all persons required under RSA 676:4 l.(d), and RSA 676:7 I (a), and all property owners separated by a railroad right-of-way. (The Wilton Planning Board recommends this amendment.) 5. Are you in favor of the adoption of Zoning Ordinance Amendment No. 4 as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town of Wilton Zoning Ordinance as follows: Amend Section 7.0 COMMERCIAL DISTRICT, to modify text to be consistent with the intent of the section by changing "dwelling unit" to "dwelling". (The Wilton Planning Board recommends this amendment.) 6. Are you in favor of the adoption of Zoning Ordinance Amendment No. 5 as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town of Wilton Zoning Ordinance as follows: Amend Section 8.01 District Location , to modify sentence structure to more clearly represent the boundaries of the Industrial District. The text now reads: As delineated on the Town of Wilton Tax Map, this includes Lots B-3 through B-6 (inclusive), B-8, B-10, B-11, B-97 through B-112 (inclusive). Also, lots B-117 through B-121 (inclusive) to a depth of 350 feet from the centerline of Forest Road. (Amended March 1995, March 2003.) A misspelling of Mansur road was also corrected. (The Wilton Planning Board recommends this amendment.) 7. Are you in favor of the adoption of Zoning Ordinance Amendment No. 6 as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town of Wilton Zoning Ordinance as follows: Amend Section 1 1 .2 District Boundaries , to delete former boundary delineation text inadvertently left in the Wetlands Conservation district ordinance that was supposed to be removed when the section was amended in 2002. This deletion does not affect the ordinance as previously amended. (The Wilton Planning Board recommends this amendment.) 8. Are you in favor of the adoption of Zoning Ordinance Amendment No. 7 as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town of Wilton Zoning Ordinance as follows: Amend Section 14.3.3 Setbacks , in the Watershed district, to clarify language referring drainage outfall and feed lots that may not be placed within Watershed District boundaries. The text now reads, "...feed lot, outflow from building drainage...". An erroneous pointer "as defined herein above", was also deleted. (The Wilton Planning Board recommends this amendment.) 9. Are you in favor of the adoption of Zoning Ordinance Amendment No. 8 as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town of Wilton Zoning Ordinance as follows: Amend Section 184.108.40.206 Location and Height , of the Signs section to correct a typographical error causing a number conflict. The setbacks for signs were corrected from, fifteen (16) to fifteen (15). (The Wilton Planning Board recommends this amendment.) 10. Are you in favor of the adoption of Zoning Ordinance Amendment No. 9 as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town of Wilton Zoning Ordinance as follows: Adopt Section 16A EXTERNAL LIGHTING, to create a new ordinance regulating non-residential lighting. The purpose of this ordinance is to preserve the rural atmosphere and dark skies of the Town of Wilton. Increasing light pollution and glare from inappropriate lighting will degrade Wilton's rural character. This is a proactive measure intended to enhance public safety and welfare by providing for adequate and appropriate outdoor lighting, providing for lighting that will complement the character of the Town of Wilton, reduce glare, minimize light trespass, reduce the cost and waste of unnecessary energy consumption and prevent the degradation of the night sky. The ordinance is very general, intentionally. The Planning Board will propose more detailed regulations, which allows the Board flexibility to address unique situations that often arise during review. At least one public hearing will be held for the proposed External Lighting regulation, anticipated to cover site plan commercial or public lighting. The Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA) standards are being used in this ordinance and future regulation to supplement the ordinance. Wherever outside lighting is proposed in a site plan review, it shall be accompanied by a formal lighting plan, prepared to scale. The lighting plan shall require Planning Board approval. Home Occupations are exempt from a formal plan but are subject to Site Plan Review Regulations. Temporary decorative lighting is exempt from this ordinance. The Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA) standards shall apply to those non-residential uses not specifically addressed in this ordinance or by the Site Plan Review Regulations. (The Wilton Planning Board recommends this amendment.) You are further notified to appear at the Florence Rideout Elementary School Auditorium in said Wilton, Thursday the 13 th day of March 2003 at 8:00 P.M. to act upon the following: 11. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of one million dollars ($1,000,000) for the relocation and erection of the Russell Hill Road Bridge (#093/103) and for the engineering costs of the Burton Highway Bridge (#083/143), two hundred thousand dollars ($200,000) to be raised from surplus, eight hundred thousand dollars ($800,000) is to be reimbursed by the bridge grant from the State of New Hampshire. This will be a non-lapsing appropriation per RSA 32:7, VI and will not lapse until the bridge projects are complete or by December 31 , 2007, whichever is sooner, or to take any other action relating thereto. (Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) 12. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of forty-one thousand, two hundred dollars ($41,200) for the purchase of a baler for the Recycling Center and to authorize the withdrawal of forty-one thousand two hundred dollars ($41,200) from the Recycling Center Capital Reserve Fund, previously established for that purpose, no monies to come from general taxation, or to take any other action relating thereto. (Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) 13. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of forty-two thousand dollars ($42,000) for the purchase of a back hoe and a snow blower attachment for the sidewalk plow for the highway department, the monies to come from general taxation, or to take any other action relating thereto. (Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) 14. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of eighteen thousand, four hundred forty dollars ($18,440) for the purchase of hoses, gear and pagers for the fire department, the monies to come from general taxation, or to take any other action relating thereto. (Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) 15. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of twenty-two thousand. one hundred fifty eight dollars (S22.158) to repair the roof of the Fire Station, the monies to come from general taxation, or to take any other action relating thereto. (Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) 16. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of twenty five thousand dollars ($25,000) to be added to the Fire Department Vehicle Equipment Capital Reserve Fund, previously established for that purpose, the monies to come from general taxation, or to take any other action relating thereto. (Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) 17. To see if the Town will vote to establish a Capital Reserve Fund for the purpose of renovations or additions to the Fire Station pursuant to RSA 35:1 and to raise and appropriate the sum of fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) to be added to the Fire Station Renovation/Addition Capital Reserve Fund, the monies to come from general taxation, or to take any other action relating thereto. (Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article). 18. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of twenty-three thousand, eight hundred thirty three dollars ($23,833) for the purchase of a new Police Cruiser, and to authorize the withdrawal of twelve thousand dollars ($12,000) from the Police Cruiser Capital Reserve Fund created for that purpose, the remaining eleven thousand, eight hundred thirty-three dollars ($11,833) to be raised from general taxation, or to take any other action relating thereto. (Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article). 19. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of seventy-five thousand dollars ($75,000) to finish the new Police Station, this includes landscaping around the building, paving the parking lot and any other items needed to complete the project, the monies to come from general taxation, or to take any other action relating thereto. (Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article). 20. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of one hundred twenty- five thousand dollars ($125,000) to be added to the Athletic Playing Fields Capital Reserve Fund, previously established for that purpose, the monies to come from general taxation, or to take any other action relating thereto. (Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) 21 . To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of two hundred seventy- five thousand dollars ($275,000) for the purpose of constructing playing fields at the base of Carnival Hill and to authorize the withdrawal of two hundred seventy-five thousand dollars ($275,000) from the Athletic Playing Fields Capital Reserve Fund, previously established for that purpose, no monies to come from general taxation, or to take any other action relating thereto. (Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) 22. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of five thousand dollars ($5,000) to be added the Ambulance Capital Reserve Fund previously established, the monies to come from general taxation, or to take any other action relating thereto. (Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) 23. To see if the Town will vote to establish a capital reserve fund pursuant to RSA 35:1, to assist in the funding of a one million, two hundred thousand dollar ($1,200,000) project for the renovation and preservation of the Wilton Public and Gregg Free Library and to raise and appropriate the sum of one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) to be placed in such fund, the monies to come from general taxation, the remaining monies to be raised through private donations, grants, and other sources of funding (including future town meeting appropriations), or take any other action relating thereto. (Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) 24. To see if the Town will vote raise and appropriate the sum of twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000) to be transferred to the Conservation Commission Fund previously established for the purchase of future land, easements, and trail rights in accordance with RSA 36-A:4, the monies to come from general taxation, or to take any other action relating thereto. (Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) 25. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of one dollar ($1) to establish a Heritage Commission Fund. The whole or any part of money so appropriated in any year and any gifts of money received pursuant to RSA 674:44-b shall be placed in the heritage fund and allowed to accumulate from year to year. Money may be expended from such fund by the heritage commission for its purposes without further approval of the local legislative body. (Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) 26. To see if the town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of two million, six hundred twenty-five thousand, sixty dollars ($2,625,060) which represents the operating budget for the year 2003. Said sum does not include any of the special or individual articles addressed. (Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) 27. Shall we modify the elderly exemptions from property tax in the town of Wilton, based on assessed value, for qualified taxpayers, to be as follows: for a person 65 years of age up to 75 years, $15,000: for a person 75 years of age up to 80 years, $20,000: for a person 80 years of age or older $30,000. To qualify, the person must have been a New Hampshire resident for at least 5 years, own the real estate individually or jointly, or if the real estate is owned by such person's spouse, they must have been married for at least 5 years. In addition, the taxpayer must have a net income of not more than $20,000 or, if married, a combined net income of less than $40,000; and own net assets not in excess of $50,000, excluding the value of the person's residence. (To be voted on by ballot). 28. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to accept gifts of personal property which may be offered to the town for any public purpose, until rescinded, pursuant to RSA 31:95-e. The Selectmen must hold a public hearing before accepting gifts with a value over $500, and the acceptance shall not bind the town to raise, appropriate or expend any public funds for the operation, maintenance, repair or replacement of any such personal property. 29. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to renew the intermunicipal agreement by and among the towns of Amherst, Greenville, Lyndeborough, Milford, Mont Vernon and Wilton, for the operation of the Milford Area Communication Center which provides Dispatch services for Police, Fire, Ambulance, Public Works and Emergency Management for a period of five (5) years, in accordance with RSA Chapter 53-A. 30. To see if the town will vote to send the following resolution to the New Hampshire General Court: Resolved, in its first two years of operation, the Land and Community Heritage Investment Program (LCHIP) has helped communities throughout New Hampshire preserve their natural, cultural and historic resources and, therefore, the State of New Hampshire should maintain funding for LCHIP in its next biennial budget. (This resolution is non-binding and represents no fiscal impact). 31 . To see if the Town, pursuant to RSA 231 :45, will vote to downgrade the legal status of the Class V roadway known as the portion of Brown Road, which connects Captain Clark Highway on the east to its intersection with Ledgewood Road, so called, on the west, the purpose of this article being to alter the status of said road from its current status as a Class V road, to a Class VI road subject to gates and bars, it being understood that, if the within article is adopted, then the provisions of RSA 231:21 -a will apply to said road which will mean, among other things, that while the road will not be subject to any municipal duty of care or maintenance, the same shall still remain a public highway and any gates or bars that might be maintained shall not prevent or interfere with public use of said highway and shall, in all respects, comply with the provisions of RSA 231:21 -a. (Submitted by petition) 32. To see if the Town will vote on the following Health Care for New Hampshire Resolution. Whereas, New Hampshire residents pay the 12 th highest cost of insurance in the country; and Whereas, the cost of health insurance premiums for families has increased by 45% over the past three years; and Whereas, 100,000 New Hampshire residents have no health coverage and 77% of them have a full-time worker at home; and Whereas, due to these rising costs almost half of New Hampshire's small business cannot afford health coverage for their employees, therefore be it resolved that we, the citizens of Wilton, New Hampshire, call on our elected officials from all levels of government, and those seeking office, to work with consumers, businesses, and health care providers to ensure that: Everyone, including the self-employed, unemployed, un - and underinsured, and small business owners has access to an affordable basic health plan similar to what federal employees receive; Everyone, including employers, consumers, and the state, local and federal government makes a responsible and fair contribution to finance the health care system; Everyone receives high quality care that is cost efficient and medically effective; and That these efforts help control the skyrocketing cost of health care. This resolution is non-binding and represents no fiscal impact. (Submitted by petition). 33. To hear the report of Agents, Auditors and Committees or Officers heretofore chosen to pass any vote relating thereto. 34. To transact any other business that may legally come before said meeting. Given under our hands this 20 th day of February 2003. David W. Glines Jerry W. Greene Stuart S. Draper Selectmen of Wilton, New Hampshire A true copy of Warrant attest: We hereby certify that we gave notice to the inhabitants within named to meet at the time and place for the purpose within named, by posting an attested copy of the within warrant at the place of meeting within named, at the Wilton Town Office, and a like copy of the within warrant attested at the Wilton Post Office, being public places; in said town, on the 20th day of February, 2003. David W. Glines Jerry W. Greene Stuart S. Draper Selectmen of Wilton, New Hampshire Town of Wilton Budget 2003 Purpose of Appropriations BUD 02 ACT 02 REQ03 BUD 03 Not Appr GENERAL GOVERNMENT Town Officers Salaries 7,350 7,350 7,850 7,850 - Elections & Registrations 2,100 1,921 1,100 1,100 - Town Office Expense 153,449 151,267 171,030 171,030 - Legal Expense 8,500 11,065 20,000 20,000 - FICA/Retirement/Pension 46,800 42,537 52,940 52,940 - Planning Board 10,700 13,080 18,900 18,900 - Zoning Board 2,300 3,712 2,950 2,950 - General Gov't Building 37,560 27,011 32,450 37,560 Cemeteries 24,785 22,759 25,585 25,585 - Benefit Package 69,790 70,913 81,780 71,780 10,000 Unemployment Comp 1,000 439 600 600 - Workers Comp 14,000 7,779 15,922 15,922 - Insurance-Liability 29,000 27,261 29,000 29,000 - Contingency Fund 5,000 - 5,000 5,000 - TOTAL 412,334 387,094 465,107 460,217 10,000 PUBLIC SAFETY Police Department 322,172 299,065 345,378 344,378 1,000 Police Station 8,332 8,332 - W-L-T Ambulance 19,950 19,950 17,640 17,160 480 Fire Department 71,797 62,118 74,246 74,246 - Building Inspection 16,535 16,101 19,415 19,415 - Emergency Management 200 - 15,720 15,720 - Communications 54,669 52,822 58,991 58,991 - Hydrant Rental 16,200 16,200 16,200 16,200 - TOTAL 501,523 466,256 555,922 554,442 1,480 HIGHWAYS, ST, BRIDGES Highway Maintenance 315,525 260,998 338,475 338,475 - Resurfacing 143,000 123,401 133,000 133,000 - Street Lighting 22,000 19,872 22,000 22,000 - TOTAL 480,525 404,271 493,475 493,475 SANITATION Recycling Center 409,830 422,631 435,920 435,920 - Municipal Sewer Dept 215,444 182,557 210,080 210,080 - Landfill Close 5,000 6,375 7,500 7,500 - TOTAL 630,274 611,563 653,500 653,500 - 10 Town of Wilton Budget 2003 Purpose of Appropriations BUD 02 ACT 02 REQ03 BUD 03 Not Appr HEALTH Health Department/Officer 780 863 1,522 800 722 Animal Control 2,450 2,648 3,050 3,050 - Neighborhood Health 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 - Home Health Care 7,000 7,000 7,000 7,000 - Mental Health 3,750 3,750 4,761 3,750 1,011 Milford Mediation Program 500 500 200 200 - Milford Regional Counseling 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 - Souhegan Nursing 7,000 7,000 5,000 5,000 - Rape & Assault Support 750 750 750 750 - American Red Cross - 750 750 - TOTAL 24,730 25,011 25,533 23,800 1,733 WELFARE Aid to Disabled St. Joseph's 650 650 455 455 - General Assistance 18,000 15,506 18,000 18,000 - TOTAL 18,650 16,156 18,455 18,455 - CULTURE & RECREATION Parks & Playgrounds 1,850 1,853 2,250 2,250 - Library 138,500 138,500 142,655 142,655 - Patriotic Purposes 750 750 750 750 - W-L Youth Center/Goss Park 11,043 11,043 11,374 11,374 - Conservation Commission 2,430 1,595 3,199 3,199 - Conservation Commission Fund 50,000 25,000 25,000 Conservation Trail Easements 8,000 1 7,999 Heritage Commission 750 646 700 700 Heritage Commission Fund 500 1 499 Main Street Association 10,000 10,000 - TOTAL 155,323 154,387 229,428 195,930 33,498 DEBT SERVICE Princ of L. Term Bonds/Notes 12,500 12,500 12,500 12,500 - Local Share Sewer Principal 19,680 19,680 19,680 19,680 - Interest Expense Bonds/Notes 18,000 18,000 18,000 18,000 - Interest Tax Anticipation 25,000 8,306 25,000 25,000 - TOTAL 75,180 58,486 75,180 75,180 - 11 Town of Wilton Budget 2003 Purpose of Appropriations BUD 02 ACT 02 REQ03 BUD 03 Not Appr CAPITAL OUTLAY Recycling Center 14,000 13,900 41,200 41,200 - Highway Dept Equipment 53,100 53,100 63,000 42,000 21,000 Fire Dept. Equipment 52,320 36,867 18,440 18,440 - Police Cruiser 23,833 23,833 - Bridge Replacement 1,000,000 1,000,000 - Emergency Services Building 515,000 515,000 90,000 75,000 15,000 Carnival Hill Purchase 340,000 340,000 - Revaluation of Town 150,000 150,000 - Fire Station Roof Repair 22,158 22,158 - Athletic Playing Fields 275,000 275,000 - TOTAL 1,124,420 1,108,867 1,533,631 1,497,631 36,000 CAPITAL RESERVE FUNDS Police Cruiser 12,000 12,000 - Ambulance 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 - Emergency Services Building 150,000 150,000 - FireTruck 50,000 25,000 25,000 Highway Equipment - - Town Hall Renovation 5,000 5,000 50,000 - 50,000 Athletic Playing Fields 150,000 150,000 150,000 125,000 25,000 Library Restoration 100,000 100,000 - Fire Station Add/Renovations 50,000 50,000 - TOTAL 322,000 322,000 405,000 305,000 100,000 OTHER EXPENSES Municipal Water Dept 175,062 172,494 235,546 175,062 60,484 TOTAL 175,062 172,494 235,546 175,062 60,484 GRAND TOTAL 3,920,021 3,726,585 4,690,777 4,452,692 243,195 12 Town of Wilton Budget 2003 Sources of Revenue EST 02 ACT 02 EST 03 TAXES Residence Tax 23,000 27,090 - Interest & Penalties Del Tax 15,000 30,837 25,000 Yield Tax 15,000 33,538 20,000 Interest & Penalties Res Tax 341 Land Use Change 25,000 109,975 40,000 Payment in Lieu of Tax 3,500 5,503 5,000 Gravel Pit Tax 50,000 - - Gravel Tax 8,000 8,421 8,000 TOTAL 139,500 215,705 98,000 INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE STATE Shared Revenue 161,908 172,949 172,949 Highway Subsidy 96,200 99,418 106,423 Reimbursement Forest 600 611 600 RR Tax State 1,400 1,359 1,350 State Aid for Bridges - 429,309 800,000 Reimbursement for Generator 15,720 TOTAL 260,108 703,646 1,097,042 LICENSES & PERMITS Motor Vehicle Permits 400,000 526,704 475,000 Dog Licenses 4,000 5,037 5,000 Town Office Reimbursement 12,000 12,000 12,000 Marriage Licenses - 165 UCC Certificates 1,000 1,599 1,500 Certified Copies 500 415 400 Title Fees 1,500 1,891 1 ,600 Building Permits 8,000 16,080 12,000 TOTAL 427,000 563,891 507,500 CHARGES FOR SERVICES Income From Departments 43,300 54,026 43,500 Recycling Other Towns 244,000 228,718 262,311 Recycling Income 50,000 86,544 50,000 Reimb for CDBG TOTAL 337,300 369,288 355,811 13 Town of Wilton Budget 2003 Sources of Revenue EST 02 ACT 02 EST 03 MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE Interest on Deposits 50,000 26,819 25,000 TOTAL 50,000 26,819 25,000 OTHER FINANCING SOURCES Income From Water Dept 175,062 243,195 175,062 Income From Sewer Dept 215,444 163,958 210,080 Withdraw From Capital Reserve 648,600 636,943 328,200 Income From Trust Fund 10,000 8,276 8,000 Carnival Hill Other Sources 173,000 173,000 Surplus to Bridges 200,000 TOTAL 1,222,106 1,225,372 921,342 TOTAL REVENUE 2,436,014 3,104,721 3,004,695 Total Appropriations 3,920,021 4,452,692 Estimated Revenue 2,436,014 3,004,695 Taxes To Be Raised 1,484,007 1,447,997 14 2003 BUDGET COMMITTEE REPORT The Wilton Budget Committee has recommended a budget which keeps the municipal rate at about last year's level. The Committee felt that in light of the revaluation which will show up on the December 2003 bills it was important to hold the line on expenses. Because all properties will have been reassessed your taxes may be higher or lower even if town and school expenditures didn't change. The other elephant in the room is that the amount the State sends us for the support of schools is projected to decrease by $140,000. This report is designed to note some of the highlights of this year's budget process. School . The proposed 2.3 million dollar budget is for operation of the Florence Rideout Elementary School. While the municipal part of the budget will be more or less flat the school budget will be up 4% (all due to special ed costs) plus the cost of the new teachers' contract which the Budget Committee supports. The contract will bring the salary range for teachers to $27,938 (plus benefits) for a starting teacher with a BA to $49,199 for a teacher at the top of the scale. Including the new contract the total school budget will be $2,477,523 and represents an increase of about 7%. The Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative has its own budget process, budget committee and meeting and what happens at that meeting will also have an impact on the tax rate. Library . The library has embarked upon a 1.2 million dollar fund raising campaign for renovations to the building. The Budget Committee asked whether this should be done in conjunction with an addition. The Library Trustees conducted a patron capacity study which concluded that the existing building once renovated would be sufficient until the population of the Town reaches 6,000. The Trustees felt that the vast portion of the 1 .2 million dollar renovation project needs to be done and would not be duplicated should a future expansion be needed. The Budget Committee supports taking care of the building and the Town's contribution would, if approved, be $100,000 for each of two years, for a total of $200,000. The $100,000 raised this year will be put into capital reserve. Conservation Commission . The Conservation Commission requested $50,000 for the acquisition of easements at Four Corners Farm. The Budget Committee has suggested that $25,000 be appropriated this year ( to the Conservation Acquisition Fund) with a like amount to be requested next year. Police . The police budget includes $8,332 for operation of the new station (heat, lights, water, sewer, etc.). Chief Maguire volunteered his and his force's services to keep the station clean saving a little over $3,000 as a way of thanking the town for its support of the new police station. The Budget Committee also recommends $75,000 to pave the parking lot and landscape the new police station together with the purchase of some additional police equipment. This should essentially complete the police station although not all requests were funded. 15 WJAA Fields . Last year the Town voted to raise $150,000 for capital reserve for the construction of playing fields on Carnival Hill. The Committee looked at the concept of purchasing the land across the street for parking. Putting the parking across the road would keep cars off Carnival Hill and preserve its character but wouldn't save money. No decision was made on this concept. The Committee voted to raise $125,000 for the construction of these playing fields. This should allow for construction of the fields although the issue of parking will be left for a future year. Other Significant Expenditures Recommended This Year Are : a. A new backhoe and snow blower for the highway department - $63,000, of which $21,000 will come from unused funds set aside two years ago for equipment purchases. b. $1,000,000 for the Russell Hill bridge of which the State will reimburse $800,000 for a net cost of $200,000. To offset the Town's contribution, $200,000 will be moved from surplus. The existing bridge is restricted to a lot less than what an oil or fire truck weighs. c. For the Fire Department, the Budget Committee recommends repairs to the fire station roof (it leaks now) for $22,158, $50,000 to capital reserve for a future addition to the fire station, and $25,000 to capital reserve for the future purchase of a fire truck. In very rough terms an addition to the fire station will cost between $500,000 and $1 ,200,000 depending on what is built. Water Department . In other matters of interest the Water Department has over $500,000 in reserves and savings. Last year the Water Department's income exceeded its expenses by over $70,000. The Budget Committee does not control water bills but does have to approve operating budgets. The Water Department operating budget was level funded. They had requested $50,000 for several projects. The Committee felt that the Water Commissioners should use some of the half million for capital projects which they may do after holding a public hearing. Main Street . The Wilton Main Street Association requested and the Budget Committee recommends $10,000 to offset some of its operating expenses. Thanks . Sitting on the Budget Committee is a great way to meet the employees and volunteers who make Wilton town government work. The Committee thanks everyone involved in the budget process for their cooperation, dedication and good humor. The Wilton Budget Committee 16 CASH: TOWN OF WILTON BALANCE SHEET DECEMBER 31, 2002 ASSETS PETTY CASH GENERAL FUND WATER DEPT SAVINGS ESCROW ACCOUNTS CONSERVATION COMMISSION $ 587.92 $2,337,642.96 $ 477,215.35 $ 450.23 $ 36,111.78 $2,852,008.24 UNREDEEMED TAXES UNCOLLECTED TAXES $ 134,561.66 PROPERTY 2002 RESIDENT 2002 RESIDENCE PRIOR YEARS LIENS LAND USE TAX PRIOR YEAR PROPERTY YIELD TAX UNCOLLECTED SEWER UNCOLLECTED WATER ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE $ 435,626.22 $ 3,970.00 $ 80.00 $ 2,532.19 $ 7,000.00 $ 2,144.00 $ 4,029.19 $ 455,381.60 $ 11,066.18 $ 5,519.00 $ 13,352.88 $ 29,938.06 DUE FROM STATE BRIDGES - HIGHWAYS DUE FROM CAPITAL RESERVES EMERGENCY SERVICES-RECYCLE $ 85,054.12 $ 358,820.86 CAPITAL RESERVES AMBULANCE BRIDGES FIRE PUMPER CONSERVATION HIGHWAY POLICE CRUSIER RECYCLING CENTER COOLEY PARK TOWN HALL EXP TRUST WATER METERS WATER WELL PUMP ATHLETIC FIELD EMERGENCY SERVICE BLDG REVALUATION GRAND TOTAL $ 23,615.35 $ 82,497.98 $ 69,821.94 $ 2,540.77 $ 40,960.24 $ 13,622.66 $ 135,168.00 $ 74,105.30 $ 12,735.04 $ 8,547.55 $ 24,438.93 $ 150,007.97 $ 386,447.51 $ 20,331.09 $1 044,840.33 $4 960,604.87 17 TOWN OF WILTON LIABILITIES CASH OFFSET WATER DEPARTMENT CONSERVATION COMMISSION ESCROW A/C $ 477,215.35 $ 36,110.87 $ 2,579.10 $ 515,905.32 DUE TO TOWNS- RECYCLING CENTER GREENVILLE LYNDEBORO MASON TEMPLE CAPITAL CARRY OVER EMERGENCY SERVICES BUILDING HIGHWAY EQUIPMENT REVALUATION RUSSELL HILL BRIDGE DUE WATER DEPARTMENT DUE SEWER DEPARTMENT $ 5,662.92 $ 3,946.55 $ 2,856.11 $ 3,229.47 $ 15, ,695, ,05 $ 52,092.30 $ 21,122.34 $ 94,632.00 $ (21,222.75) $ 146, ,623. .89 $ 111,946.43 $ 10,283.07 $ 122, ,229, 50 SCHOOLS WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT WILTON/LYNDEBORO DISTRICT $ 826,564.00 $1,101,153.19 $1,927,717.19 ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CAPITAL RESERVE OFFSET CAPITAL RESER OFFSET WATER $ 10,853.41 $1,011,853.85 $ 32,986.48 $1,044,840.33 TOTAL LIABILITIES FUND BALANCE GRAND TOTAL $3,783,864.69 $1,176,740.18 $4,960,604.87 FUND BALANCE DECEMBER 31, 2001 FUND BALANCE DECEMBER 31, 2002 CHANGE FININCIAL CONDITION $ 811,273.41 $1,176,740.18 $ 365,466.77 18 TOWN OF WILTON 1 MS 5 REPORT YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2002 A. REVENUES FROM TAXES 1. a. PROPERTY TAXES 3110 $ 5,320,520.81 b SCHOOL DISTRICTS c. LAND USE CHANGE 3120 $ 109,975.00 d. RESIDENT TAXES 3180 $ 27,090.00 e. TIMBER TAXES 3185 $ 33,537.63 f . PAYMENT IN LIEU OF TAXES 3186 $ 5,503.33 g. OTHER TAXES 3189 h INTEREST PENALTIES ON TAXES 3190 $ 31,178.34 i . EXCAVATION TAX 3187 $ 8,420.74 J- i. TOTAL $ 5,536,225.85 2. TOTAL REVENUES FOR EDUCAT PURP 3. a. BUSINESS LICENSES & PERMITS 3210 $ 2,013.75 b. MOTOR VEHICLES 3220 $ 528,595.00 c. BUILDING PERMITS 3230 $ 16,080.35 d. OTHER LICENSES, PERMITS 3290 $ 5,202.00 e. TOTAL $ 551,891.10 4. REVENUES a. HUD 3311 b. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECT 3312 c. OTHER FEDERAL GRANTS 3319 d. TOTAL $ 5. REVENUE FROM STATE a. SHARED REVENUE BLOCK GRANT 3351 $ 172,949.11 b. MEALS AND ROOM DISTRIBUTION 3352 c. HIGHWAY BLOCK 3353 $ 99,417.56 d. WATER POLLUTION 3354 e. LCHIP 3355 $ 100,000.00 f . STATE FOREST LAND REIMB 3356 $ 610.92 <3- RAILROAD TAX 3357 $ 1,359.00 h. STATE AID BRIDGES 3359 $ 429,308.66 i . TOTAL $ 803,645.25 6. REVENUE FROM OTHER GOVERNMENTS 3379 7. REVENUE CHARGES FOR SERVICES a. INCOME FROM DEPARTMENTS 3401 $ 66,026.54 b. WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM CHARGES 3402 $ 172,494.42 c. SEWER USE CHARGES 3403 $ 182,557.18 d. GARBAGE REFUSE CHARGES 3404 $ 315,262.12 e. ELECTRIC USER 3405 f . AIRPORT FEES 3406 g. OTHER CHARGES 3409 f . TOTAL $ 736,340.26 19 8. REVENUES MISC SOURCES a. SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS 3500 b. SALES MUNICIPAL PROPERTY 3501 c. INTEREST INVESTMENTS 3502 $ 26,819.42 d. RENTS ON PROPERTY 3503 e. FINES & FORFEITS 3504 f . INSURANCE DIVIDEND 3506 g- CARNIVAL HILL DONATIONS 3508 $ 73,000.00 h. OTHER MISC 3509 $ 1,900,000.00 i . TOTAL $ 1,999,819.42 9. INTERFUND TRANSFERS a. TRANS SPECIAL REVENUE 3912 b. TRANS CAPITAL PROJECTS 3913 c. TRANS PROPRIETARY 3914 d. TRANS CAPITAL RESERVE 3915 $ 636,943.46 e. TANSFERS TRUST AGENCY 3916 $ 8,275.68 f . TOTAL $ 645,219.14 10 OTHER FINANCIAL SOURCES a. PROCEEDS LONG TERM 3934 b. PROCEEDS ALL OTHER BONDS 3935 c. OTHER LONG TERM 3939 d. TOTAL $ 11 TOTAL REVENUE FROM ALL SOURCES $ 10,273,141.02 12 FUND EQUITY JANUARY 1, 2002 $811,273.41 13 TOTAL LINES 11 &12 $ 11,084,414.43 B. EXPENDITURES ACCT# 1. GENERAL GOVERNMENT a. EXECUTIVE 4130 $ 158,616.55 b. ELECTION REGISTRATIONS 4140 $ 1,920.63 c. FINANCIAL ADM 4150 d. REVALUATION 4152 $ 150,000.00 e. LEGAL 4153 $ 11,065.08 f . PERSONNEL ADM 4155 g- PLANNING & ZONING 4191 $ 16,791.19 h. GENERAL GOV BLDG 4194 $ 27,010.68 i . CEMETERIES 4195 $ 22,758.59 J- INSURANCE 4196 $ 148,490.56 k. ADV & REGIONAL 4197 1. OTHER GENERAL GOV 4199 $ 36,794.06 m. TOTAL $ 573,447.34 2. PUBLIC SAFETY a. POLICE 4210 $ 299,065.17 b. AMBULANCE 4215 $ 19,950.00 c. FIRE 4220 $ 78,317.71 d. BLDG INSPECTION 4240 $ 16,100.51 e. EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 4290 f . OTHER PUBLIC SAFETY 4299 $ 52,822.27 g- TOTAL $ 466,255.66 3. AIRPORT /AVIATION a. ADMINISTRATION 4301 b. OPERATIONS 4302 c. OTHER 4309 d. TOTAL $ 20 4. HIGHWAYS AND STREETS a. ADMINISTRATION 4311 b. HIGHWAYS AND STREETS 4312 $ 384,399.43 c. BRIDGES 4313 d. STREET LIGHTING 4316 $ 19,871.65 e. OTHER 4319 f . TOTAL $ 404,271.08 IT SANITATION a. ADMINISTRATION 4321 b. SOLID WASTE COLLECTION 4323 c. SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL 4324 $ 429,006.42 d. SOLID WASTE CLEANUP 4325 e. SEWAGE COLLECTION 4326 $ 182,557.18 $ f . OTHER 4329 g- TOTAL $ 611,563.60 6. WATER DISTRIBUTION a. ADMINISTRATION 4331 $ 172,494.42 b. WATER SERVICES 4332 c. WATER TREATMENT 4335 d. WATER CONSERVATION 4338 e. OTHER 4339 f . TOTAL $ 172,494.42 7. ELECTRIC * a. ADMINISTRATION 4351 b. GENERATION 4352 c. PURCHASES 4353 d. EQUIP MAINT 4354 e . OTHER 4359 f . TOTAL $ 8. HEALTH a. ADMINISTRATION 4411 $ 862.94 b. PEST CONTROL 4414 $ 2,648.29 c. HEALTH AGENCIES/HOSPITALS 4415 $ 22,150.00 d. OTHER 4419 e. TOTAL $ 25,661.23 9. TOTAL EDUCATIONAL EXPENDITURES 10 WELFARE a. ADMINISTRATION 4441 b. DIRECT ASSISTANCE 4442 $ 15,506.29 c. INTERG PAYMENTS 4444 d. VENDOR PAYMENTS 4445 e. OTHER 4449 f . TOTAL $ 15,506.29 n CULTURE AND RECREATION a. PARKS & RECREATION 4520 $ 12,896.35 b. LIBRARY 4550 $ 138,500.00 c. PATRIOTIC PURPOSE 4583 $ 750.00 d. CONSERVATION COMMISION 4589 $ 2,241.20 e. TOTAL $ 154,387.55 12 CONSERVATION a. ADMINISTRATION 4611 b. PURCHASE NATURAL RESOURCES 4612 $ 340,000.00 c. OTHER 4919 d. TOTAL $ 340,000.00 21 1 13 REDEVELOPMENT AND HOUSING a. ADMINISTRATION 4631 b. REDEVELOPMENT 4632 c. TOTAL $ 14 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT a. ADMINISTRATION 4651 b. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 4652 c. OTHER 4659 d. TOTAL $ 15 DEBT SERVICE a. PRINCIPAL LONG TERM 4711 $ 32,180.00 b. INTEREST LONG TERM 4721 $ 18,000.00 c. INTEREST TANS 4723 $ 8,305.73 d. OTHER 4790 $ 1,900,000.00 e. TOTAL $ 1,958,485.73 16 CAPITAL OUTLAY a. LAND AND IMPROVEMENTS 4901 b. MACHINERY VEHICLE EQUIP 4902 $ 103,867.15 c. BUILDINGS 4903 $ 515,000.00 d. IMPROVEMENTS 4909 e. TOTAL $ 618,867.15 17 INTERFUND TRANSFERS a. TRANSFER TO SPECIAL REVENUE 4912 b. TRANSFER TO CAPITAL PROJECTS 4913 c. TRANSFER TO PROPRIETARY 4914 d. TRANSFER TO CAPITAL RESERVE 4915 $ 322,000.00 e. TRANSFER TO AGENCY 4916 f . TOTAL $ 322,000.00 18 PAYMENTS TO OTHER GOVERN a. COUNTY TAXES 4931 $ 389,307.00 b. PRECINCTS 4932 c. SCHOOLS 4933 $ 3,855,427.20 d. OTHER 4339 e. TOTAL $ 4,244,734.20 19 TOTAL EXPENDITURES $ 9,907,674.25 20 TOTAL FUND EQUITY 12/31/02 $1,176,740.18 21 TOTAL LINE 19 & 20 $ 11,084,414.43 22 BALANCE SHEET $ 2,997,457.44 A. CURRENT ASSETS ACCT December 31, 2001 December 31, 2002 1. a. CASH 1010 $2,997,457.44 $ 2,852,008.24 b. INVESTMENTS 1030 $941,428.31 $ 1,044,840.33 c. TAXES RECEIVABLE 1080 $379,014.79 $ 528,094.88 d. TAX LIENS RECEIVABLE 1110 $144,884.90 $ 61,848.38 e. ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE 1150 $8,888.61 $ 13,352.88 f . WATER RECEIVABLES 1260 $3,716.00 $ 5,519.00 fl SEWER RECEIVABLES 1260 $14,573.28 ■ $ 11,066.18 9- DUE RECYCLE TOWNS 1310 ($19,928.70) $ (15,695.05) cri DUE FROM STATE 1310 $0.00 $ 85,054.12 h. DUE FROM CAPITAL RESERVE 1400 $0.00 $ 358,820.86 hi DUE FROM SEWER 1310 $0.00 i . TAX DEED PROPERTY 1670 $119,064.85 j- TOTAL $4,589,099.48 $ 4,944,909.82 B. LIABILITIES AND FUND EQUITY 1. CURRENT LIABILITIES a. ACCOUNTS PAYABLE 2020 $910.53 $ 10,853.41 b. COMPENSATED ABSENCES 2030 $0.00 c. CONTRACTS PAYABLE 2050 $0.00 $ 2,579.10 d. DUE WATER DEPT 2070 $41,246.31 $ 111,946.43 e. DUE SCHOOL DISTRICT 2075 $1,554,889.99 $ 1,927,717.19 f . DUE OTHER FUNDS-CONSERVATION 2080 $540,590.04 $ 36,110.87 g. SEWER 2220 $28,882.02 $ 10,283.07 h. CARRY OVER POLICE- REVALUATION 2230 $595,241.16 $ 146,623.89 i . BONDS PAYABLE 2250 $25,125.00 WATER OFFSET $82,027.81 $ 477,215.35 J- OTHER OFFSETS 2270 $2,579.10 k. TOTAL $2,871,491.96 $ 2,723,329.31 2. FUND EQUITY a. RESERVE FOR ENCUMBRANCES 2440 $906,334.11 $ 1,044,840.33 b. RESERVE FOR CONTIN APPROP 2450 $0.00 c. RESERVE FOR APPROPRIATIONS 2460 $0.00 d. SPECIAL PURPOSES 2490 $0.00 e. UNRESERVED 2530 $811,273.41 $1,176,740.18 f . TOTAL $1,717,607.52 $2,221,580.51 3. TOTAL LIABILITES & EQUITY $4,589,099.48 $ 4,944,909.82 1 23 DETAILED STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS TOWN OFFICE EXPENSE APPROPRIATION $153,449.00 SALARY -APPRAI SER 10,560.00 LABOR-SECRETARY 36,010.00 LABOR- CLERK 36,010.00 LABOR-CLERICAL 44,142.89 ADVERTISING 306.60 AUDIT 2,000.00 COMPUTER SUPT 981.00 COMPUTER SERV 1,500.00 CONT SERVICES 478.48 CONVENTIONS 803.00 DUES-SUBSCRIP 2,588.85 INSURANCE 283.00 MISCELLANEOUS 11.59 POSTAGE 3,627.74 PRINTING 512.45 RECORDING FEE 513.41 REIMBURSEMENT 269.00 SUPPLIES 4,567.94 TAX LIENS 1,399.50 PHONE EXPENSE 2,959.80 TOWN REPORT 1,410.00 TRAINING 35.00 TRAVEL 246.30 TRUST FUNDS 50.00 TOTAL TOWN OFFICERS SALARIES APPROPRIATION $7,350.00 $151, ,266, .55 SALARY-SELECTMEN 5,400.00 SALARY -TREASURER 750.00 SALARY-OVERSEERER 500.00 SALARY-TRUSTEES 500.00 SALARY -SEXTON 200.00 TOTAL ELECTION & REGISTRATIONS APPROPRIATION $2,100.00 $7, 350. .00 LABOR-MODERATOR 413.44 LABOR- SUPERVISOR 656.00 LABOR-BALLOT CLERKS 492.21 ADVERTISING 123.20 FOOD 126.30 POSTAGE 14.80 SUPPLIES 94.68 TOTAL LEGAL EXPENSE APPROPRIATION $8,500.00 $1, 920. ,63 LEGAL EXPENSE 11,065.08 TOTAL 24 $11, 065. 08 CEMETERIES APPROPRIATION $24,785.00 LABOR-PART TIME 451.19 LABOR-HIGHWAY 675.94 LABOR-HOLIDAY 238.40 LABOR-LAUREL HILL 9 ,042.60 LABOR-MT CALVARY 4 ,706.00 LABOR- SOUTH YARD 2 ,431.00 LABOR-VALE END 2 ,535.80 CONT SERVICES 4.50 ELECTRICITY 54.98 EQUIPMENT NEW 489.00 GASOLINE 341.75 MAPS 450.00 REPAIR PARTS 270.60 REPAIRS-EQUIP 63.60 SUPPLIES 636.03 TRAVEL 7.20 WATER SERVICE 360.00 TOTAL PLANNING BOARD APPROPRIATION $10,700.00 $22,758.59 LABOR- S ECRETARY 2 ,840.50 ADVERTISING 1 ,232.50 DUES-SUBSCRIP 2 ,560.00 NRPC 5 ,511.68 POSTAGE 836.76 PRINTING \ 38.05 SUPPLIES 60.03 TOTAL ZONING BOARD APPROPRIATION $2,300.00 $13,079.52 LABOR- SECRETARY 1 ,755.07 ADVERTISING 985.60 DUES-SUBSCRIP 160.00 NRPC 102.92 POSTAGE 580.99 PRINTING 53.33 REFUNDS 20.00 SUPPLIES 53.76 TOTAL UNEMPLOYMENT COMP APPROPRIATION $1,000.00 $3,711.67 ST UNEMPLOYMENT TX 438.89 TOTAL LABOR-HIGHWAY LABOR-JANITORIAL ADDED TAX CONT SERVICES ELECTRICITY BUILDINGS APPROPRIATION $37,560.00 25 787.60 3,468.00 3,489.40 150.00 6,135.93 $438.89 HEATING FUEL REPAIRS-BUILDING SEWER USE CHARGE WATER SERVICE TOTAL FICA POLICE RETIREMENT TOTAL INSURANCE TOTAL REFUNDS WORKMENS COMP TOTAL JOURNAL ENTRY HEALTH INSURANCE DENTAL SHT TERM DISBIL LNG TRM DISABIL LIFE INSURANCE TOTAL LABOR- SECRETARY LABOR-COURT DUTY SALARY-CHIEF SALARY-REGULARS LABOR- SPECIALS LABOR-PRIVATE DUTY LABOR-HOLIDAY ADVERTISING AMUNITION BREATHALYZER TEST 2 000 FORD CRUS 97 FORD CRIUSIER COMPUTER SUPT DARE PROGRAM EQUIPMENT RENTAL FILM & DEVELOPING GASOLINE MEDICAL MISCELLANEOUS POSTAGE RADIO REPAIRS SUPPLIES FICA TOWN PORTION APPROPRIATION $46,800.00 PUBLIC LIABILITY INS APPROPRIATION $29,000.00 WORKMENS COMP INSURANCE APPROPRIATION $14,000.00 BENEFIT PACKAGE APPROPRIATION $69,790.00 POLICE DEPARTMENT APPROPRIATION $322,172.00 26 5,726.14 6,105.61 395.00 753.00 29,431.83 13,105.36 27,261.41 -302.56 8,081.36 418.95 59,094.55 4,591.42 3,195.88 3,159.96 452.40 19,070.85 2,284.29 50,232.00 168,341.30 11,998.13 7,052.50 8,497.84 158.41 972.77 457.20 397.32 1,270.77 3,545.00 514.20 714.93 30.12 5,011.85 210.00 12.00 522.70 251.48 3,278.17 $27,010.68 $42,537.19 $27,261.41 $7,778.80 $70,913.16 PHONE EXPENSE TIRES TRAINING TRAVEL UNIFORM CLEANING UNIFORMS TOTAL COMMUNICATIONS PHONE EXPENSE TOTAL SUPPORT TOTAL COMMUNCIATIONS APPROPRIATION $54,669.00 AMBULANCE-SUPPORT APPROPRIATION $19,950.00 FIRE DEPARTMENT EXP APPROPRIATION $71,797.00 LABOR-CLERICAL LABOR- JANITORIAL AIR PACK MAINT 30-ENGINE 1 30-ENGINE 2 30-ENGINE 3 30 -TANKER 1 30-LADDER 1 30-RESCUE 1 30-FORESTRY 1 30 PICKUP 1 DIESEL FUEL DUES-SUBSCRIP ELECTRICITY FIRE PREVENTION FOOD SASOLINE HEATING FUEL INSURANCE MEDICAL MISCELLANEOUS RADIO REPAIRS REIMBURSEMENT REPAIRS -BUI LDING REPAIRS-EQUIP 3EWER USE CHARGE SUPPLIES >HONE EXPENSE ?OXIC MAT'L REMOVAL RAINING INI FORM CLEANING FATER SERVICE TOTAL 2,016.69 740.88 6,138.87 24.00 572.90 4,748.00 51,042.07 1,780.20 19,950.00 302.60 3,450.00 423.51 1,854.87 1,342.83 813.19 203.48 6,772.34 828.25 849.21 33.71 683.40 165.00 1,550.12 999.95 182.74 1,375.59 1,713.96 3,588.69 50.00 40.00 1,959.23 23,840.00 832.77 2,756.97 100.00 1,070.60 852.56 1,032.50 1,577.64 122.00 750.00 $299,065.17 $52,822.27 $19,950.00 $62,117.71 27 BUILDING INSPECTION APPROPRIATION $16,535.00 LABOR- SUPERVISOR 12,967.84 ADVERTISING 35.35 BURNER INSPECTION 475.40 CONT SERVICES 295.00 CONVENTIONS 230.00 DUES-SUBSCRIP 245.00 SUPPLIES 307.22 TRAINING 61.50 TRAVEL 1,483.20 TOTAL HIGHWAYS APPROPRIATION $315,525.00 $16,100.51 LABOR-PART TIME 10,660.10 LABOR-HIGHWAY 127,146.44 LABOR- SUPERVISOR 2,550.00 LABOR-VACATION 4,655.33 LABOR-HOLIDAY 5,481.42 LABOR- SICK PAY 658.16 ADVERTISING 75.20 BLADES & BOLTS 1,491.26 CHAINS 2,117.35 COMMUNICATIONS 348.38 CONT SERVICES 5,554.81 CULVERT-PIPE 893.00 DIESEL FUEL 7,136.74 DUES-SUBSCRIP 270.00 ELECTRICITY 626.49 EQUIPMENT NEW 4,197.58 EQUIPMENT RENTAL 2,955.00 GASOLINE 414.49 HEATING FUEL 79.58 HOT TOP-PATCH 878.69 MOTOR OIL & GREASES 338.45 RADIO REPAIRS 140.00 REPAIR PARTS 7,634.59 REPAIRS-EQUIP 14,555.51 SALT 31,762.13 SAND-GRAVEL-STONE 15,714.49 SUPPLIES 7,985.47 PHONE EXPENSE 320.14 TESTING 1,338.44 TIRES 2,374.00 TRAINING 296.93 TRAVEL 253.20 WATER SERVICE 95.00 TOTAL HYDRANTS APPROPRIATION $16,200.00 $260,998.37 HYDRANT RENTAL 16,200.00 TOTAL $16,200.00 28 RESURFACING APPROPRIATION $143,000.00 LABOR-HIGHWAY CONT SERVICES HOT TOP-PATCH SAND-GRAVEL-STONE TOTAL ELECTRICITY TOTAL LANDFILL CLOSURE TESTING TOTAL STREET LIGHTING APPROPRIATION $22,000.00 LANDFILL CLOSE APPROPRIATION $5,000.00 RECYCLING CENTER APPROPRIATION $409,830.00 LABOR-FULL TIME LABOR-PART TIME LABOR-HIGHWAY LABOR- SUPERVI SOR LABOR-HWY-RECY ADMINISTRATIVE FEE ASH TESTING ASH REMOVAL BLADES & BOLTS CONT SERVICES DIESEL FUEL DUMPSTER HAULING ELECTRICITY FEES-STATE HEATING FUEL INSURANCE LANDFILL CLOSURE REPAIR PARTS REPAIRS -BUILDING REPAIRS-EQUIP REPAIRS-INCINERATOR REPAIRS-88 BOB CAT REPAIRS-97 CASE REPAIRS -BACKHOE SUPPLIES PHONE EXPENSE TIES TIRE REMOVAL TIRES TOXIC MAT'L REMOVAL TRAINING WASTE OIL WATER SERVICE WORKMENS COMP FICA 29 6,998.12 115,196.94 576.00 630.00 19,871.65 -3,625.00 10,000.00 60,933.34 63,451.03 241.74 34,840.00 574.05 5,000.00 2,132.50 8,568.20 181.45 1,805.86 1,525.87 130,623.36 6,308.53 335.00 30,946.80 12.92 1,500.00 368.69 549.08 593.30 14,568.75 228.00 242.38 82.87 2,603.91 391.89 2,969.29 1,729.75 2,191.80 4,610.00 100.00 348.12 180.00 7,201.81 12,213.04 $123,401.06 $19,871.65 $6,375.00 HEALTH INSURANCE DENTAL SHT TERM DISBIL LNG TRM DISABIL LIFE INSURANCE REFRIGERATORS SCRAP METAL STYROFOAM TOTAL SEWER DEPARTMENT APPROPRIATION $215,444.00 LABOR-HIGHWAY LABOR-PUMP STATION LABOR-COMMISSIONERS ADMINISTRATIVE FEE COMMUNICATIONS CONT SERVICES ELECTRICITY EQUIPMENT NEW HOT TOP-PATCH INTEREST POSTAGE PRINCIPAL PAYMENT REPAIR PARTS REPAIRS -EQUIP SEWER USE CHARGE SUPPLIES PHONE EXPENSE TOTAL WATER DEPARTMENT APPROPRIATION $175,062.00 LABOR-CLERICAL LABOR-PART TIME LABOR-HIGHWAY LABOR-PUMP STATION LABOR-COMMISSIONERS LABOR-FLUSH HYDRANTS LABOR-TRAINING ADMINISTRATIVE FEE ADVERTISING CHEMICALS COMMUNICATIONS CONT SERVICES DUES-SUBSCRIP ELECTRICITY EQUIPMENT NEW EQUIPMENT RENTAL FOOD HEATING FUEL HOT TOP-PATCH INTEREST LEGAL EXPENSE OVERHEAD POSTAGE PRINCIPAL PAYMENT 30 8,372.53 929.74 660.42 586.20 89.70 2,935.00 8,098.25 806.25 4,031.08 5,512.52 900.00 2,000.00 209.60 6,890.35 4,517.33 2,287.43 92.38 20,664.00 93.93 19,680.00 76.73 2.36 113,901.00 1,362.47 336.00 754.44 10,354.60 14,199.97 5,099.25 1,400.00 413.23 146.16 5,000.00 22.40 12,202.74 453.00 6,110.30 200.00 10,656.31 2,422.00 6,145.00 7.91 525.23 590.55 15,191.49 2,601.85 6,074.20 301.39 45,000.00 $422,631.42 $182,557.18 REPAIR PARTS 245.69 REPAIRS-EQUIP 2,397.89 WATER METERS 5,946.79 SAND-GRAVEL-STONE 69.65 SUPPLIES 14,201.53 PHONE EXPENSE 515.67 TESTING 1,590.00 TRAINING 585.48 TRAVEL 1,069.70 TOTAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT APPROPRIATION $780.00 $172,494 .42 LABOR-HEALTH OFFICER 400.00 CONVENTIONS 244.40 DUES-SUBSCRIP 10.00 SUPPLIES 37.74 TESTING 40.00 TRAVEL 130.80 TOTAL SOUHEGAN VALLEY NURSE APPROPRIATION $7,000.00 $862 ,94 SUPPORT 7,000.00 TOTAL ANIMAL CONTROL APPROPRIATION $2,450.00 $7,000 .00 ABANDONED DOG 95.00 DOG CARE 100.00 FEES-STATE 1,783.00 SUPPLIES 670.29 TOTAL ST JOSEPHS SUPPORT APPROPRIATION $650.00 $2,648. 29 SUPPORT 650.00 TOTAL HOME HEALTH CARE APPROPRIATION $7,000.00 $650. 00 SUPPORT 7,000.00 TOTAL MONANOCK FAMILY APPROPRIATION $3,750.00 $7,000. 00 SUPPORT 3,750.00 TOTAL MILFORD MEDIATION APPROPRIATION $500.00 $3,750. 00 SUPPORT 500.00 TOTAL $500. 00 31 SUPPORT TOTAL SUPPORT TOTAL SUPPORT TOTAL DUES-SUBSCRIP ELECTRICITY FOOD HEATING FUEL MEDICAL RENTAL TRAINING TRAVEL TOTAL LABOR-PART TIME LABOR-HIGHWAY TOTAL SUPPORT TOTAL LABOR-PART TIME LABOR-HIGHWAY JOURNAL ENTRY SUPPORT TOTAL SUPPORT TOTAL CONVENTIONS SUPPLIES TOTAL MILFORD REGIONAL COUNS APPROPRIATION $1,000.00 RAPE AND ASSAULT SUPPORT APPROPRIATION $750.00 NEIGHBORHOOD HEALTH CTR APPROPRIATION $1,500.00 WELFARE APPROPRIATION $18,000.00 PARKS & RECREATION APPROPRIATION $1,850.00 GOSS PARK APPROPRIATION $11,043.00 LIBRARY APPROPRIATION $138,500.00 MEMORIAL DAY APPROPRIATION $750.00 HERITAGE COMMISSION APPROPRIATION $750.00 32 1,000.00 750.00 1,500.00 30.00 2,394.93 50.00 1,777.24 719.92 10,454.60 28.00 51.60 1,554.20 299.15 11,043.00 444.40 99.00 -543.40 138,500.00 750.00 59.00 587.07 $1,000.00 $750.00 $1,500.00 $15,506.29 $1,853.35 $11,043.00 $138,500.00 $750.00 $646.07 CONSERVATION COMMISSION APPROPRIATION $2,430.00 CONVENTIONS DUES-SUBSCRIP MISCELLANEOUS SUPPLIES TOTAL 33.00 300.00 1,175.00 87.13 $1- ,595, .13 PRINCIPAL PAYMENT TOTAL RECYCLE CENTER NOTE APPROPRIATION $12,500.00 12,500.00 $12, ,500, .00 PRINCIPAL PAYMENT TOTAL SEWER NOTE LOCAL APPROPRIATION $19,680.00 19,680.00 $19, ,680, .00 INTEREST TOTAL RECYCLE INTEREST APPROPRIATION $18,000.00 18,000.00 $18, ,000, .00 INTEREST TOTAL TAN INTEREST APPROPRIATION $25,000.00 8,305.73 $8, ,305, .73 LABOR-PART TIME ADVERTISING CARRY OVER CONT SERVICES ELECTRICITY HEATING FUEL SAND-GRAVEL-STONE SUPPLIES TOTAL EMERGENCY SERVICES BLDG APPROPRIATION $515,000.00 1,510.55 180.00 52,092.30 430,339.32 368.85 1,169.71 117.48 29,221.79 $515, 000. ,00 EQUIPMENT NEW TOTAL RECYCLING CENTER (CAP) APPROPRIATION $14,000.00 13,900.00 $13, 900. 00 EQUIPMENT NEW TOTAL FIRE DEPT CAPITAL APPROPRIATION $52,320.00 36,867.15 $36, 867. 15 LAND AQUISITION TOTAL CANIVAL HILL PURCHASE APPROPRIATION $340,000.00 340,000.00 $340, 000. 00 33 HIGHWAY CAP EQUIP APPROPRIATION $53,100.00 EQUIPMENT NEW 53,100.00 TOTAL $53,100.00 REVALUATION APPROPRIATION $150,000.00 ADVERTISING 56.00 CARRY OVER 94,632.00 CONT SERVICES 45,603.00 EQUIPMENT NEW 9,709.00 TOTAL $150,000.00 C/R LIBRARY APPROPRIATION $12,000.00 CAPITAL RESERVE FND 12,000.00 TOTAL $12,000.00 C/R AMBULANCE APPROPRIATION $5,000.00 CAPITAL RESERVE FND 5,000.00 TOTAL $5,000.00 C/R ATHLETIC FIELDS CAPITAL APPROPRIATION $150,000.00 CAPITAL RESERVE FND 150,000.00 TOTAL $150,000.00 C/R EXPENDABLE TRUST TH APPROPRIATION $5,000.00 CAPITAL RESERVE FND 5,000.00 TOTAL $5,000.00 C/R EMEGENCY SER BLDG APPROPRIATION $150,000.00 CAPITAL RESERVE FND 150,000.00 TOTAL $150,000.00 HILLSBORO COUNTY APPROPRIATION $389,307.00 COUNTY TAX 389,307.00 TOTAL $389,307.00 SCHOOL TAX APPROPRIATION $0.00 SCHOOL TAX 3,855,427.20 TOTAL $3,855,427.20 34 TREASURERS REPORT JANUARY 1, 2002 TO DECEMBER 31, 2002 CASH ON HAND 01/01/2002 TOWN ACCOUNTS INVESTED; INVESTMENT ACCOUNT GENERAL FUND WATER DEPARTMENT SAVINGS CONSERVATION LAND ACQUISITION PETTY CASH ESCROW ACCOUNTS TOTAL TOWN ACCOUNTS TOTAL CASH ON HAND 01/01/2002 RECEIPTS: TOWN CLERK & OTHER SOURCES TAX COLLECTOR TAX ANTICIPATION NOTES FROM CAPITAL RESERVE FUNDS FROM THE STATE OF NH CHARGES FOR SERVICES FROM CARNIVAL HILL INTEREST ON INVESTMENTS TOTAL RECEIPTS TOTAL CASH BEFORE PAYMENTS $ 13,270,598.46 LESS: PAYMENTS PER ORDER OF SELECTMEN $ 1 0,41 8,590.22 TOTAL PAYMENTS $ 10,418,590.22 BALANCE ON HAND 12/31/2002 $ 2,852,008.24 TOWN ACCOUNTS: TOWN ACCOUNTS INVESTED; INVESTMENT ACCOUNT $ 1,903,753.25 GENERAL FUND $ 433,889.71 WATER DEPARTMENT SAVINGS $ 477,215.35 CONSERVATION LAND ACQUISITION $ 36,1 1 1 .78 PETTY CASH $ 587.92 ESCROW ACCOUNTS $ 450.23 TOTAL TOWN ACCOUNTS $ 2,852,008.24 TOTAL CASH ON HAND 12/31/2002 $ 2.852.008.24 RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED, BARRY GREENE, TOWN TREASURER $ 2,042,049.21 $ 448,873.33 $ 469,914.88 $ 35,581.87 $ 587.92 $ 450.23 $ 2,997,457.44 $ 2,997,457.44 $ 551,891.10 $ 5,536,225.85 $ 1,900,000.00 $ 645,219.14 $ 803,645.25 $ 736,340.26 $ 73,000.00 $ 26.819.42 $ 10,273,141.02 35 REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE TRUST FUNDS TOWN OF WILTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE DECEMBER 31, 2002 FUND BALANCE . December 31 , 2001 Cemetery Funds: Common Fund (538 Cemetery Lots) Bearisto Fund Capital Reserve Funds: Ambulance Bridges Cooley Park Improvement Project Emergency Services Building Fire Department Vehicle Equipment Highway Equipment Land Acquisition, Conservation Purposes Police Equipment Recycling Center Revaluation of Town Town Hall Repair Project Wilton-Lyndeborough Co-Op., Bldg. & Equip. Wilton School Dist., ADA Bldg. Modifications Wilton School Dist., Modifications/Roof Drains Wilton School Dist., Building Improvements Wilton Water Comm. Maint. Well, Pumps, Equip Wilton Water Commission, Water Meters School Funds: Isaac Spalding Fund Hattie Livesey Fund Hannah Howard Fund S. Archibald Smith Prize Fund Roland R. Cooley Fund C.R. Myer, Jr.-J.K.Whiting, Jr. Memorial Fund BALANCE December 31 , 2001 Unexpended Principal Income Balance 117,993.92 0.00 117,993.92 433.65 0.00 433.65 20,000.00 3,266.69 23,266.69 61,791.78 19,488.85 81,280.63 52,534.00 20,477.71 73,011.71 405,000.00 25,994.97 430,994.97 52,500.00 16,291.69 68,791.69 35,000.00 5,355.78 40,355.78 25,000.00 14,141.44 39,141.44 0.00 1,598.15 1,598.15 72,253.94 47,987.47 120,241.41 20,000.00 31.01 20,031.01 5,000.00 2,620.63 7,620.63 102,000.00 30,411.09 132,411.09 0.00 2,888.00 2,888.00 10,000.00 1,438.01 11,438.01 20,000.00 2,078.09 22,078.09 25,007.02 1,665.83 26,672.85 659.22 7,762.13 8,421.35 14,485.59 0.00 14,485.59 18,890.52 0.00 18,890.52 5,328.87 0.00 5,328.87 1,000.00 28.49 1,028.49 10,000.00 35,400.86 45,400.86 6.000.00 4.017.40 10.017.40 1,080,878.51 242,944.29 1,323,822.80 RECEIPTS . January 1 , 2002 through December 31 , 2002 Principal Cemetery Lots: Whitney, Marcia J 300.00 Camara, Joseph & Hogan-Camara, Stephanie 300.00 Spaziani, Jennifer 150.00 Capital Reserve Funds: Ambulance 5,000.00 750.00 36 Athletic Playing Fields 150,000.00 Emergency Services Building 150,000.00 Police Equipment 12,000.00 Recycling Center 1 3, 1 25.00 Town Hall Repair Project 5,000.00 Wilton-Lyndeborough Co-op Bldg & Equip. 20,000.00 Wilton Sen. Dist. Modification of Roof Drains 1 0,000.00 Wilton Sch. Dist. Building Improvements 20.000.00 School Funds: Isaac Spalding Fund, Cap. Gain, Stock Sale, AWE 716.25 Isaac Spalding Fund, Sale, Fractional Share, Agere 4.13 Isaac Spalding Fund, Sale, Fract. Share, Comcast 46.09 Isaac Spalding Fund, Sale, Fractional Share, AT&T 27.83 Hattie Livesey Fund, Cap. Gain, Sale, AWE 1,863.69 Hattie Livesey Fund, Sale, Fract. Share, Agere 2.73 Hattie Livesey Fund, Sale Fract. Share, Concast 26.25 Hattie Livesey Fund, Sale, Fract. Share, AT&T 11.13 Hannah Howard Fund, Cap. Gain, Sale, AWE 659.83 Hannah Howard Fund, Sale, Fract. Share, Agere 3.51 Hannah Howard Fund, Sale, Fract. Share, Comcast 18.10 Hannah Howard Fund, Sale, Fract. Share, AT&T 212J. 385,125.00 3.401.81 389,276.81 Income Cemetery Funds: Dora B. Bearisto Fund Common Fund Capital Reserve Funds: Ambulance Athletic Playing Fields Bridges Cooley Park Improvement Project Emergency Services Building Fire Department Vehicle Equipment Highway Equipment Land Acquisition, Conservation Purposes Police Equipment Recycling Center Revaluation of Town Town Hall Repair Project Wilton-Lyndeborough Co-Op., Bldg. & Equip. Wilton School Dist., ADA Bldg. Modifications Wilton School Dist., Modifications of Roof Drains Wilton School Dist., Bldg. Improvements Wilton Water Comm. Maint. Well Pumps & Equip. Wilton Water Commission, Water Meters 7.05 8,36 3,13 348.66 7.97 1,217.35 1,093.59 5,452.54 1,030.25 604.46 399.33 24.51 1,801.59 300.08 114.41 2,247.84 43.24 259.39 595.31 379.32 126.20 8,370.18 16,046.04 37 School Funds: Isaac Spalding Fund Hattie Livesey Fund Hannah Howard Fund S. Archibald Smith Prize Fund Roland R. Cooley Fund C.R. Myer, Jr.-J.K.Whiting, Jr. Mem. Fund TOTAL AVAILABLE FUNDS 592.94 1,218.98 344 .59 2,156.51 44.47 523.27 2&Q2 27.239.49 1,740,339.10 DISBURSEMENTS . January 1, 2002 through December 31, 2002 Cemetery Funds: Safe Deposit Box Rent 45.00 Rodney C. Woodman, Inc. 49.50 Town of Wilton, NH 8.275.68 8,370.18 Capital Reserve Funds: Emergency Services Building 200,000.00 Land Acquisition Conservation Purposes 37,000.00 Wilton School Dist. Modification of Roof Drains 5,925.13 Wilton Water Comm, Maint., Well, Pumps & Equip. 2.613.24 245,538.37 School Funds: Wilton School District 2,156.51 S. Archibald Smith Prize Fund 48.59 Roland R. Cooley Fund 31,006.18 C.R.Myer, Jr.- J.K.Whiting, Jr. Mem. Fund 10.116.42 22L22&25 BALANCE. December 31. 2002 Unexpended 1.443.102.85 FUND BALANCES, December 31, 2002 Principal Income Balance Cemetery Funds: Common Fund (541 Cemetery Lots) 118,743.92 0.00 118,743.92 Bearisto Fund 433.65 0.00 433.65 Capital Reserve Funds: Ambulance 25,000.00 3,615.35 28,615.35 Athletic Playing Fields 150,000.00 7.97 150,007.97 Bridges 61,791.78 $20,706.20 82,497.98 Cooley Park Improvement Project 52,534.00 21,571.30 74,105.30 Emergency Services Building 355,000.00 31,447.51 386,447.51 Fire Dept., Vehicle Equipment 52,500.00 17,321.94 69,821.94 Highway Equipment 35,000.00 5,960.24 40,960.24 Land Acquisition, Conservation Purposes 0.00 2,540.77 2,540.77 Police Equipment 12,000.00 1,622.66 13,622.66 Recycling Center 85,378.94 49,789.06 135,168.00 Revaluation of Town 20,000.00 331.09 20,331.09 38 10,000.00 2,735.04 12,735.04 122,000.00 32,658.93 154,658.93 0.00 2,931.24 2,931.24 14,074.87 1,697.40 15,772.27 40,000.00 2,673.40 42,673.40 22,393.78 2,045.15 24,438.93 659.22 7,888.33 8,547.55 15,279.89 0.00 15,279.89 20,794.32 0.00 20,794.32 6,032.58 0.00 6,032.58 1,000.00 24.37 1,024.37 10,000.00 4,917.95 14,917.95 1.230.616.95 212.485.90 1.443.102.85 Town Hall Repair Project Wilton-Lyndeboro Co-Op., Bldg. & Equip. Wilton School Dist., ADA Bldg. Modifications Wilton School Dist., Modifications/Roof Drains Wilton School Dist., Building Improvements Wilton Water Comm. Maint. Well Pumps & Equip. Wilton Water Commission, Water Meters School Funds: Isaac Spalding Fund Hattie Livesey Fund Hannah Howard Fund S. Archibald Smith Prize Fund Roland R. Cooley Fund BALANCE . December 31, 2002 STATEMENT OF INVESTMENTS TRUSTEES OF THE TRUST FUNDS December 31 ,2002 Cash on Hand, Fleet Bank Financial Common Fund 22,013.51 S.A. Smith Prize Fund 24.37 22,037.88 Cemetery Funds: Common Fund NH Public Deposit Investment Pool (NHPDIP) 55,000.00 $5,000 U.S. Government "H" Bond 5,000.00 1 5,51 1 .630 Shares The Alliance Mid-Cap Growth Fund -Class A 1 ,638.36 1 ,779.025 Shares-Eaton Vance Balanced Fund Class A 2,367.33 1 2,924.647 Shares-Fidelity Puritan Fund 25,007.04 1 1 ,007.872 Shares-Seligman Common Stock Fund Class A 7,71 7.68 Dora B. Bearisto Fund NH Public Deposit Investment Pool (NHPDIP) 433.65 Capital Reserve Funds: Ambulance, NH Public Dep. Invest. Pool (NHPDIP) 28,615.35 Athletic Playing Fields, NHPDIP 150,007.97 Bridges, NHPDIP 82,497.98 Cooley Park Improvement Project, NHPDIP 74,105.30 Emergency Services Building, NHPDIP 386,447.51 Fire Department Vehicle Equipment, NHPDIP 69,821 .94 Highway Equipment, NHPDIP 40,960.24 Land Acquisition, Conservation Purposes, NHPDIP 2,540.77 Police Equipment, NHPDIP 13,622.66 Recycling Center, NHPDIP 135,168.00 Revaluation of Town, NHPDIP 20,331 .09 Town Hall Repair Project, NHPDIP 12,735.04 39 Wilton-Lyndeboro Co-Op. Bldg. & Equip., NHPDIP 154,658.93 Wilton School Dist., ADA Bldg. Modifications, NHPDIP 2,931 .24 Wilton School Dist., Modifications of Roof Drains, NHPDIP 1 5,772.27 Wilton School Dist., Building Improvements, NHPDIP 42,673.40 Wilton Water Comm. Maint. Well Pumps & Equip., NHPDIP 24,438.93 Wilton Water Commission, Water Meters, NHPDIP 8,547.55 School Funds: Isaac Spalding Fund, NHPDIP 13,864.90 Hattie Livesey Fund, NHPDIP 16,036.76 Hannah Howard Fund, NHPDIP 4,735.42 2 Shares Agere Systems, Class A Common 2.60 107 Shares Agere Systems, Class B Common 102.51 185 Shares-American Tel. & Tel. Co., Common 782.94 299 Shares Comcast Corporation, Class A Common 1 ,31 0.49 408 Shares-Lucent Technologies, Inc., Common 470.66 855 Shares-Qwest Communications Int'l. Inc., Common 1 ,804.95 1500 Shares-SBC Communications, Inc., Common 2,995.56 S.Archibald Smith Prize Fund for Excellence in English Certificate of Deposit, Fleet Bank 1 ,000.00 Roland R. Cooley Fund, NHPDIP 14,917.95 FUND BALANCE . December 31 , 2002 1.443.102.85 Respectfully submitted, JOHN H. HUTCHINSON LOUISE K. GREENE EARL W. WATTS Trustees of the Trust Funds WILTON TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT JANUARY 1, 2002 - DECEMBER 31, 2002 Debit Uncollected Taxes: Property Taxes Inventory Penalties Resident Taxes Land Use ChangeTaxes Yield Taxes Sewer Taxes Water Payments - Includes Penalties Levies of 2002 Taxes Committed to Collector: Property Taxes 5,285,766.00 Inventory Penalties 8,154.00 Excavation Activity Taxes 8,420.74 Resident Taxes 25,630.00 Land Use Change Tax 109,975.00 Yield Taxes 33,537.63 Sewer Taxes 135,341.00 Water Payments 197,832.00 Added Taxes: Property Taxes 11,449.00 Inventory Penalties 34.00 Resident Taxes 1,460.00 Sewer Taxes 1,500.00 Water Payments 9,079.00 Overpayment/Refunds: Property Taxes 37,469.90 Resident Taxes 90.00 Water Payments 12.00 Sewer Taxes 48.00 Prior Levies 364,088.79 1,236.00 4,690.00 9,000.00 14,573.28 3,766.00 2,037.20 116.00 35.30 Water Shut Off Fees & Penalties: Interest Collected On: Delinquent Property Taxes Excavation Activity Taxes Land Use Change Taxes Yield Taxes Sewer Taxes 2,525.00 1,331.78 8.93 41.42 19.66 119.90 545.00 13,329.70 281.09 872.46 41 Penalties Collected On: Property Taxes Resident Taxes Tax Sale Costs Sewer Costs Total Debits WILTON TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT JANUARY 1, 2002 - DECEMBER 31, 2002 49.00 355.00 5,870,248.96 250.00 293.00 1,547.50 150.00 416,811.32 Credit Levies of 2002 Remitted to Treasurer During Fiscal Year: Property Taxes 4,881,623.68 Interest 1,331.78 Inventory Penalties 6,687.00 Penalties - Excavation Activity Taxes 8,420.74 Interest 8.93 Resident Taxes 22,350.00 Penalties 49.00 Land Use Change Taxes 102,875.00 Interest 41.42 Yield Taxes 29,427.13 Interest 19.66 Sewer Taxes 126,492.82 Interest 119.90 Penalties 355.00 Water Payments 198,362.00 Shut Off Fees & Penalties 2,525.00 Tax Sale Costs - Abatements Allowed: Property Taxes 18,581.00 Property Inventory Penalties 355.00 Resident Taxes 860.00 Land Use Change Taxes 100.00 Yield Taxes 81.31 Sewer Taxes - Water Payments 3,052.00 Prior Levies 362,449.29 13,329.70 1,175.00 250.00 2,260.00 293.00 9,000.00 281.09 14,013.53 872.46 150.00 3,706.00 605.00 1,547.50 1,609.00 20.00 2,350.00 5.75 42 WILTON TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT JANUARY 1, 2002 - DECEMBER 31, 2002 Uncollected Taxes End of Fiscal Year: Property Taxes Inventory Penalties Excavation Activity Taxes Resident Taxes Land Use Change Taxes Yield Taxes Sewer Taxes Water Payments Total Credits 434,480.22 1,146.00 3,970.00 7,000.00 4,029.19 10,396.18 5,509.00 5,870,248.96 2,103.00 41.00 80.00 670.00 416,811.32 Debit ...Tax Lien on Account of Levies... 2001 2000 1991-1999 Balance of Unredeemed Taxes Beginning of Fiscal Year: - 49,285.25 71,546.82 Taxes Executed to Town During Fiscal Year: 103,918.38 - - Interest Collected After Lien Execution: 2,406.94 4,252.54 18,137.89 Overpayments: - - - Redemption Costs: 1,327.00 918.75 1,219.50 Total Debits 107,652.32 54,456.54 90,904.21 Remittance to Treasurer During Fiscal Year: Interest After Execution: Costs After Execution: Abatements During Year: Tax Deeded to Town: Unredeemed Taxes End of Year: Total Credits 28,216.21 27,054.15 32,058.62 2,406.94 4,252.54 18,137.89 580.00 481 1,219.50 456.70 615.85 1,801.26 75,992.47 22,053.00 37,686.94 107,652.32 54,456.54 90,904.21 Respectfully Submitted, Jane K. Farrell, Collector 43 TOWN CLERK'S REPORT JANUARY 1 , 2002 - DECEMBER 31 , 2002 Motor Vehicle Account: # of Vehicles Fees Paid: January - December 5096 Remitted to Treasurer, Town of Wilton: $526,704.00 Uniform Commercial Code Filings Searches & Copies: Remitted to Treasurer, Town of Wilton: $1 ,598.75 Certified Copies of Marriage, Birth & Death Records: Remitted to Treasurer, Town of Wilton: $1 ,288.00 Remitted to Treasurer, State of New Hampshire: $841.00 Marriage License Account: 29 Marriage Licenses issued at $45.00 each Remitted to Treasurer, Town of Wilton: $1 ,305.00 Remitted to Treasurer, State of New Hampshire: $1,102.00 Dog License Account: 742 Total Licenses issued January - December Remitted to Treasurer, Town of Wilton: $5,068.50 Remitted to Animal Population Control Program Fee: $1,400.00 Remitted to Treasurer, State of New Hampshire: $383.00 Respectfully submitted, Jane K. Farrell, Town Clerk 44 WILTON PUBLIC AND GREGG FREE LIBRARY 2002 TREASURER'S REPORT Receipts Carryover 01/01/02 1 ,023.43 Gifts 3,877.28 Keyes Fund (For Books) 200.00 Interest 57.57 Copier & Fax 336.60 Non-Resident Fees 425.00 Tote Bag Sales 300.00 Fines Collected 2,128.06 Town of Wilton Appropriation 138,500.00 Total Receipts 146,847.94 Disbursements Wages 90,961.85 Social Security & Medicare 7,828.74 Employee Benefits 5,628.06 Mileage 141.25 Books, Magazines 12,133.45 See Special Media Below for additional Books From Gifts 2,590.04 Children's Programs 672.52 Staff Development/Conferences 1 ,487.79 Supplies & Bindings 2,587.15 Housekeeping Supplies 483.38 Equipment / Equip Rental 824.32 Postage 1 1 1 .40 2001 WH Payment 729.70 Miscellaneous 222.70 Dues 60.00 Bank Fees & Misc. 1 1 0.83 Insurance (Bldg., Contents, Liab.) 2,450.31 Grounds/Snow Removal 1 50.00 Fuel (Heating) 3,385.00 Water & Sewer 286.00 Electricity 3,180.76 Telephone 1,227.18 Cleaning 6,375.00 Total Disbursements 143,627.43 Cash Closing Balances Dec 31, 2001 171.99 Fines Acct 3048.52 Main Checking Account 3,220.51 146,847.94 45 Trust Funds (Consolidated) Income From Trust Funds 23,556.11 Charles F. Blanchard Fanny W. Blanchard George G. Blanchard Lucy S. Blanchard Arthur H. Burns Charles H. Burns Hattie Putnam Clark Daniel Cragin James A. Day Sally M. Frye David A. Gregg Ellen Holt in Memory of Daisy Marie Hardy Clara E. Lewis Edward A. Newell George A. Newell Reverend Aubrey M. Pendleton Nellie M. Perham Annie L. Powers Elizabeth M. Proctor Augusta W. Putnam Florence M. Rideout George O. Whiting Thurston V. Williams Disbursements from Trust Fund Income Bid Maintenance/Fixtures 1 ,335.35 Architectural & Building Restoration Planning 12,944.61 Special Media & Research (Books, CDs & Audio Visuals) 5,559.45 Electronic Systems Maintenance (Computerized Syst. Upkeep) 5,304.60 Misc: fees etc. 299.31 Total Disbursements 25,443.32 Net 2002:Savings -1,887.21 Carryover 50,837.70 Total Library Improvement Fund 48,950.49 Sovereign 1 1 ,936.22 Fidelity 37,014.27 48,950.49 Faye Crawford Treasurer 46 2002 REPORT OF BUILDING INSPECTOR Estimated Map & Units/ Fees NEW CONSTRUCTION Costs Lot Type David & Jane Glines 135,000.00 F-145 Commercial 462.00 Shelly McGrade 250,000.00 H-108-01-2 Single 426.14 Ronald Shattuck 150,000.00 F-094-05 Single 285.12 Northwind Maint. & Const. Inc. 200,000.00 F-094-06 Single 552.64 Edward Hussey 50,000.00 F-062 Single 232.32 James & Kathleen Fitzgerald 35,000.00 H-080 Single 220.00 Michael Wisniewski 120,000.00 H-042-05 Single 383.57 Jason & Lori Markaverich 105,000.00 D-035 Single 164.23 David & Shirley Grantz 125,000.00 M-020 Single 437.58 Brooke Leasing & Dev. Corp. NA H-1 34-07 Single 480.04 Richard E. Duplease 50,000.00 F-094-03 Single 253.44 Randy & Carol Dry 200,000.00 B-031-08 Single 361.68 Robert & Cheryl Allenberg 250,000.00 F-1 03-02 Single 402.00 York River, LLC 160,000.00 C-023-06 Single 476.52 David & Jennifer Gott 135,000.00 H-004 Single 372.46 Steven & J. Denis Jacques 30,000.00 E-011-01 Single 198.00 Bruce & Robin Bourdon 150,000.00 C-025-02 Single 406.56 Dimension Builder Inc. 150,000.00 F-042-03 Single 479.32 High Mowing School 1,800,000.00 F-131 Educational 1047.42 Northwind Maint. & Const. Inc. NA F-094-07 Single 447.48 Dimension Builder Inc. 250,000.00 F-042-01 Single 370.04 Steven & Diane Lenert 200,000.00 A-015 Single 344.55 Brooke Leasing & Dev. Corp. 120,000.00 H-1 34-03 Single 458.04 David & Diane Doran 183,150.00 C-024-01 Single 246.40 ADDITIONS & ALTERATIONS Gertrude A. Ducharme 1,000.00 C-011X Addition 30.80 Anthony & Sheila Barnett 15,000.00 K-008 Addition 26.40 Helena E. Vander-Heyden Rev. T NA A-043 Alteration 20.00 Daniel & Tracy Berube 25,000.00 M-0 12-06 Addition 58.08 David M. Haney 23,000.00 C-1 15-02 Addition 74.25 Monadnock Mountain Water 500,000.00 F-1 42 Addition 849.68 Mowry & Julia Pearson 5,000.00 H-062 Alteration 70.84 Kevin & Donna Martin 15,000.00 D-1 58-05 Addition 22.00 C. Jacob & M. Kennedy 4,000.00 K-118 Addition 19.20 Jeremy & Christine Philbrick 27,000.00 B-094 Alteration 114.40 John & Belinda Chatfield 12,000.00 L-014 Additon 22.44 Steve & Mary McDonough 12,900.00 H-1 34-01 Addition 23.76 Hope for Homes 5,000.00 K-058 Alteration 15.00 Steven & Teresa Sekanina 700.00 B-031 -11-03 Addition 17.05 Timothy & Cheryl Bosquet 35,000.00 F-069 Addition 78.38 Kip Degen 2,000.00 H-088-01 Alteration 17.60 Curtis & Linda Schnare 3,500.00 L-015 Alteration 15.00 Gregory & Ingrid Howard 22,000.00 D-054 Addition 95.04 John Marois 1,500.00 J-082 Addition 28.16 Household of Faith NA J-038 Alteration 15.00 47 ADDITIONS & ALTERATIONS CONTINUED John & Belinda Chatfield 8,000.00 L-014 Addition 79.20 Diane Bolton 50,000.00 F-085 Addition 137.28 Steven & Mary McDonough 12,900.00 H-1 34-01 Addition 52.80 Stuart & Sharon Vigneux 17,000.00 H-117 Sunroom 20.00 Mark Thibault 12,000.00 M-012-02 Sunroom 15.00 Donald & Pamela Fleurant 33,000.00 H-128 Addition 57.20 Worcester & Cullinan 30,000.00 J-051 Alteration 87.36 John Townsend Jr. 8,000.00 D-095-29X Alteration 55.00 Douglas & Cynthia Nelson 10,000.00 J-047 Alteration 15.00 Emily J. Hall Rev. Trust 34,000.00 B-048-02 Addition 24.64 Linda Bakaian 12,000.00 H-090 Addition 15.40 Heather & Walter Pries 2,400.00 B-034 Addition 71.28 Donald Deslauriers & Judith Bayn 100,000.00 C-103 Alteration 317.02 BARNS, GARAGES, DECKS, SHEDS, POOLS, E William & Nancy McKay NA C-044 Garage 242.00 Garrett & Christian Sullivan 17,600.00 F-070 Garage 63.36 William R. & Patricia R. Poison NA M-084 Pool 15.00 Bradford & Amelia Volz NA A-014 Horse Shelter 31.68 Peter & Kimberly Govoni NA A-039-12X Deck 15.00 Thomas & Kathleen Lizotte NA H-029-01-2 Shed 47.00 Sean & Jackie Connor 8,000.00 H-058-03 Porch 23.76 David & Karen Curran 12,000.00 H-042-21 Barn 316.00 David & Donna Marchand 2,500.00 H-108-01-1 Deck 15.00 Todd & Kimberly Szewczyk NA H-002-01 Garage 153.78 Christopher & Kimberly Bolduc 25,000.00 H-089-03 Garage 73.92 Earl & Claire Budro 5,000.00 D-003 Storage 35.00 James & Sandra Fischer 2,500.00 H-037-01 Shed 17.60 Gwen Wilbert 650.00 H-083-03 Deck 49.50 Jeffrey & Susie Kandt 16,000.00 D-082-03 Deck 94.16 Mark & Danielle Thompson 5,500.00 A-058-05 Shed 132.00 Barbara Bragdon 30,000.00 F-031-02 Garage 270.00 David Alley 5,000.00 B-031-011-01 Barn 110.88 Robert Draper Trust 29,000.00 J-076 Garage 68.64 David & Debra Malcolmson 16,700.00 D-086 Pool 15.00 David & Linda Jennings 6,000.00 D-158 Porch 43.12 Derek & Catherine Bouley 6,000.00 C-105 Garage 63.36 MISCELLANEOUS Joseph & Rhonda Dabrowski NA H-037-02 NA 25.00 Pamela Venable NA F-121-02 Storage Tank 20.00 SIGNS Gottesman & Hollis NA NA 15.00 Carl Anderson / Jenny Kubeck NA J-052 15.00 David Glines / Jon's Cycle Barn NA F-145 15.00 48 PERMIT RENEWALS David & Linda Valin NA H-1 11-08 10.00 Brian Sullivan & Katherine Maddo NA C-111 10.00 Glen & Lisa Christino NA D-066 10.00 Kenneth & Ruth Smith NA H-050-01 10.00 Michael & Eileen Pellerin NA D-036 10.00 Christine & Elmer Bergin Jr. NA K-081 10.00 Matthew & Sara Straw NA D-1 58-08 1 0.00 Label Art Inc NA L-066 15.00 Gilbert & Diane Hargrove NA L-029 10.00 Mary & Spencer Brookes II NA L-002 10.00 Pamela Venable NA F-121-02 10.00 ELECTRICAL PERMITS Kenneth & Mary Ann Sullivan NA C-064 15.00 Leland W. Seeton, Jr. NA J-128 20.00 Quinn Bros. Corp. NA C-099 15.00 Linette & Donald Davidson Jr. NA M-087 15.00 Debra & John Roche IV NA B-089 15.00 Matthew Fish/Home Farm Real Tr NA B-075 15.00 Steven & Mary McDonough NA H-1 34-01 15.00 Maureen & Daniel Donovan III NA C-018 15.00 Michael & Gean Unsworth NA C-1 21 -02 1 5.00 Label Art NA J-1 10,1 11, L-066 15.00 Eric & Tasha Staplefeld NA J-037 15.00 First Unitarian Church NA C-081 15.00 Quinn Bros. NA B-010 15.00 William & Helen Whalen NA F-164 20.00 PLUMBING PERMITS David & Cecile Gagnon NA F-094-04 15.00 Household of Faith NA J-038 15.00 Vance Thibault NA H-029-03 15.00 Steven & Mary McDonough NA H-1 34-01 15.00 W. Anthony Mason NA J-1 33 15.00 Andrew Zamoiski NA K-070 15.00 TOTAL INCOME 14,478.57 49 2002 TAX RATE COMPUTATION Appropriations 3,920,021 Tax Less: Revenues 2,463,843 Rate Less: Shared Revenues 22,041 Add: Overlay 75,323 War Credits 9,450 Net Town Appropriations 1,518,910 Special Adjustment Approved Town/City Tax Effort Municipal Tax Rate School Portion Net Local School Budget Regional School Apportionment Less: Adequate Education Grant State Education Taxes Approved School(s) Tax Effort Local Education Tax Rate 1,518,910 2,150,935 2,300,978 (1,111,366) (1,300,236) 2,040,311 State Education taxes Equalized Valuation (No Utilities) x 5.80 192,598,945 1,300,236 Divided by Local Assessed Valuation (No Utilities) 103,283,002 Exoess State Education Taxes to be Remitted to State County Portion Due to County 384,280 Less: Shared Revenues (7,163) Approved County Tax Effort County Tax Rate Total Tax Rate Total Property Taxes Assessed Less: War Service Credits Add Village District Commitment(s) Total Property Tax Commitment 382,144 5,241,601 (9,450) 5,232,151 3.56 49.00 Proof of Rate State Education Tax All Other Taxes 103,283,002 105,259,642 12.33 36.67 1,300,236 3,941,365 5,241,601 50 SUMMARY OF INVENTORY VALUATION LAND: Current Use 269,939.00 Residential 24,836,067.00 Commercial / Industrial 2,480,152.00 Total Land 27,586,158.00 BUILDINGS: Residential 69,501,985.00 Manufactured 384,520.00 Commercial / Industrial 9,748,640.00 Total Buildings * ^ ~ 79,635,145.00 PUBLIC UTILITIES 1,986,579.00 VALUATIONS BEFORE EXEMPTIONS 1 09,207,882.00 EXEMPTIONS OFF ASSESSED VALUE: Elderly 298,200.00 School 1,378,332.00 Blind 60,000.00 Total Exemptions 1 ,736,532.00 1,736,532.00 NET VALUATION ON WHICH THE TAX RATE FOR MUNICIPAL, 107,471,350.00 COUNTY & LOCAL EDUCATION TAX IS COMPUTED LESS PUBLIC UTILITIES 1,986,579.00 NET VALUATION WITHOUT UTILITIES ON WHICH TAX RATE FOR 105,484,771.00 STATE EDUCATION TAX IS COMPUTED 51 CURRENT USE REPORT Acres Value Farm Land 1,616 106,756 Forest 7,182 158,330 Unproductive 894 4,853 9,692 269,939 TAX RATE BREAKDOWN Tax Prior Years Rate Tax Rates 2002 2001 2000 1999 Town 14.13 10.12 9.92 10.29 County 3.56 3.58 3.34 3.26 School 18.98 18.99 19.25 12.73 State Education Taxes 12,33 12.31 11,49 1172 TOTALS 49.00 45.00 44.00 38.00 52 SCHEDULE OF TOWN PROPERTY MAP NO. LOCATION / DESCRIPTION VALUATION B-007 475 Forest Road - Goss Park 41 ,000 B-016 Dale Street - Land 400 B-023-03 Perham Corner - Land 1 8,400 B-130 Burton Highway 2,500 B-1 57 Dale Street - Land 1 ,000 C-080 Wilton Center - Town Pound 4,000 C-1 1 6 Gibbons Highway & Temple Road 6,200 D-007 Sand Hill Road - Reservoir 17,700 D-013 Isaac Frye Hwy - Vale End Cemetery 6,100 D-01 5 Isaac Frye Hwy - Old Reservoir 500 D-033 Holt Road - Water Pump House 1 ,600 D-077 Burns Hill Road - Town Forest 24,700 D-087 Carnival Hill 21,700 D-088 Whiting Hill Road - Carnival Hill 31 ,900 D-089 Carnival Hill 65,800 D-091 89 Whiting Hill Road 90,000 D-098 Gibbons Highway - Land 800 D-1 02-01 Intervale Road - Water Pump 200 D-103 Gibbons Highway - Land 23,100 D-1 04 291 Gibbons Hwy - Recycling Center 310,000 E-01 5 Gibbons Hwy - Scott Land 4,400 E-023 Webb Road & Route 1 01 - Land 536 F-004 Isaac Frye Hwy - South Yard Cemetery 5,200 F-081-01 Abbot Hill Road - Water Tower 167,000 F-089X McGettigan Road - Dog Pound 700 F-157 Route 31 - Everett Well Site 14,800 F-1 58 Route 31 - Abbott Well 55,000 G-021 Route 31 & King Brook Road-Town Forest 10,900 H-1 22 Potter Road - Land 25,300 J-041 42 Main Street - Town Hall 259,400 J-042 Main & Park Street - Banking 8,200 J-061 Main Street - Parking Lot 25,600 J-068 7 Forest Road - Library 398, 1 00 J-1 02 Forest & Main Street - Veteran's Park 3,600 J-1 04-01 Route 31 Parking Lot 34,900 K-014 37 Park Street - Elementary School 825,400 K-062 1 02 Main Street - Fire Station 1 72,000 K-064 Main Street - Land 25,000 K-064-01 Main Street - Land 16,500 K-1 36 Main Street - Land 200 K-1 39 Main Street & Pine Valley Street - Land 1 00 K-1 47 Main Street & Pine Valley Street - Land 1 00 L-025-01 Intervale Road - Land 1 9,300 L-040 Gibbons Hwy & Island St. - Sewer Pump Station 1 ,300 L-047 Abbot Hill Road - Laurel Hill Cemetery 22,500 L-052 Kennedy Avenue - Land 800 53 SELECTMEN'S REPORT Wilton has grown significantly over the course of the year. New homes and neighborhoods have been developed in different parts of town. The newly constructed police station will maintain the character of Wilton and is in operation. Several of our merchants have expanded their facilities. The new bridge on Burton Highway came to fruition and is now being used by townspeople. The final portion of Carnival Hill was purchased by the Town of Wilton and is open for all to enjoy. It has been a constructive year in town. Final plans and approval for the new Russell Hill Bridge are being readied. Hopefully construction will begin in the spring of 2003. Thanks to all of the committees, boards, and volunteers for their time and efforts to maintain and improve the quality of life in the Town of Wilton. A special thank you to all of our town employees who work hard to keep the town running smoothly. Respectfully submitted, David W. Glines, Chairman Stuart S. Draper Jerry W. Greene 54 AUDITORS REPORT We have completed our audit of the books of the Town of Wilton for the year ending December 31, 2001. The following departments were found to be in order: Town Clerk Police Department Recycling Center Trustees of the Trust Funds Wilton Public Library Wilton-Lyndeborough-Temple Ambulance Building Inspector Town Treasurer Tax Collector We have found that the office is getting more organized each year. Our compliments to the polished staff, which develop more efficient ways of handling their abundance of paper work year to year. In addition we extend our thanks to all of the department heads. Their cooperation in providing us with their documentation in a timely and cooperative manner has been greatly appreciated. Respectfully submitted, Doris G. Boutwell Carlene M. Brown Auditors 55 WILTON PUBLIC AND GREGG FREE LIBRARY ANNUAL REPORT The Library year at a glance More than 1,950 people have library cards at the Wilton Public Library. Circulation has increased 7% over last year and program attendance is also up. The new Saturday hours began in December - the library is now open from 9 - 2 on Saturdays. The full list of hours can be found on the back cover of the town report. The Library catalog is online at www.wiltonlibrarvnh.org - view the entire collection, reserve a book, and check the wide variety of library activities. The Staff and Volunteers The library is fortunate to have several volunteers who help manage our circulation desk on a weekly basis. The Friends of the Library group, chaired in 2002 by Joan Melcher, conducted book sales and contributed time and money to library programs. Library staff is available to assist the public with their information needs, suggest resources for homework topics, and direct all users in book selection. There are three public access computers and, as always, Internet access at the library is free to all. The very active children's room staff provides story time for preschoolers, hosts weekly visits by elementary school classes and local daycare centers; works with area private schools and home schooling families; gives craft sessions throughout the year; and prepares readers' advisory services for families. Browsing welcomed Six daily newspapers, two weekly papers, and 66 magazine titles are also available. Come browse the collections anytime and remember, coffee is served on Thursday mornings. Access to regional and state library services The library is able to retrieve material from other libraries in the state through the interlibrary loan system. Also available to card holders are state library resources such as home schooling guides, child welfare and foster care information, special education needs, state reference services and access to electronic databases such as Ancestry Plus and Ebsco Online. Check our website www.wiltonlibrarynh.org for more information. 56 Meetings at the library The Library provides meeting space to many non-profit organizations. Scouting organizations, political parties, a local snowmobile group, and continuing education sessions are just a few of the groups which meet regularly at the library. Library restoration A recently formed Steering Committee co-chaired by Louise Greene and Stanley Young has been charged with the fund raising effort for the library restoration project. The $1.2 million project will preserve the library's unique and priceless interior, bring it into compliance with present day codes and make the building totally handicapped-accessible. Respectfully submitted, Carol R. Roberts, Library Director WILTON HERITAGE COMMISSION We are a non-regulatory advisory commission concerned primarily with compiling documentation to aid preservation. The Commission's mission is to identify and protect Wilton's historically and culturally significant sites and buildings through consultation with other town agencies as well as private citizens who wish to preserve these special resources. This past year, we have continued in our efforts to inventory all the cultural and historical buildings and sites in town, including documenting and photographing barns and outbuildings as reminders of New Hampshire's rural and agricultural past. In addition, we have published a small informational pamphlet detailing our mission, purpose and ongoing projects, continued work on the process to place the Town Hall on the State and, eventually, the national Register of Historic Places; and we are in the process of applying to the State for several Historic Markers to be placed at selected sites in town. We continue to work with the Conservation Commission and the Planning and Zoning Boards, providing information and offering impact assessments on proposed development. We hope to establish a Preservation Fund which will allow us, in conjunction with other state and national funding sources, to protect historically and culturally significant sites in town through purchase or the acquisition of conservation easements. Respectfully submitted, Wilton Heritage Commission 57 WILTON POLICE DEPARTMENT 2002 was a big year for the Police Department with the construction and subsequent move into the new facility. Although a formal open house is planned for the spring, several hundred citizens have already shown up for an impromptu tour. The year showed the arrival of two new officers to the department, Christine A. Kelly-Rose and Fred Stamatatos and both have fit in nicely with the department as well and the community. As always, the department stands ready to serve the residents of Wilton and appreciates the support the community has always shown for the work we do. Respectfully submitted, Robert D. Maguire Chief of Police BUILDING INSPECTOR REPORT 2002 was just as busy as 2001 with twenty-four new construction permits issued by the building department. Twenty-two of these permits were for single family homes. There were 33 permits issued for alterations and additions as well as numerous permits issued for barns, garages, decks etc. Per R.S.A. 319-C. Electrical and R.S.A. 329-A Plumbing rules, only licensed individuals are allowed to perform electrical and plumbing work on structures that are not their own residences. Qualified private homeowners can do their own electrical and plumbing work on their single family home. Permits are required for all work. The cost is $1 5 per permit. I would like to thank the residents of Wilton and our local contractors for their continued support and good quality work which improves the environment of our town. In closing I would like to note that Frank Millward has retired after serving for 14 years as Wilton's building inspector. Thank you Frank for your commitment to the town. Respectfully submitted, William F. Condra Building Inspector 58 HIGHWAY REPORT 2002 Winter There were 32 snowstorms this year, seven of which were ice storms. Total snowfall was 82". Nearly 1300 yards of sand and 452 tons of salt were used on the roads. Summer In the spring we swept all tarred roads and sidewalks. Lines for parking and crosswalks were painted. The inside of the highway garage was also painted. Dirt roads were graded, raked, and rolled as needed. The Burton Highway Bridge near Fryes Mill Pond was replaced with a new wood structure type of bridge and guardrails were installed. Wilson Road was paved with a 1" overlay. About 5800' of Pead Hill Road and 2500' of Curtis Farm Road were reclaimed. Brush was cut on Burton Highway and on Isaac Frye Highway near the Langdell Homestead. Catch basins and culverts were cleaned and maintained, several culverts were replace and gravel was added where needed. Equipment This year we replaced the 1993, F350 1-ton truck with a 2002, F550 dump truck. A new sander was purchased for this truck. The 1992, F350 pickup was replaced with a 2003, F350 pick up and a new minute-mount plow was attached. A used sidewalk tractor was also purchased. Many repairs were made to the older equipment. Acting Highway Agent, Brian Adams 59 WILTON RECYCLING CENTER A new roof was erected over the main building after the voter's gave their approval at the March 2002 town meeting. This completes the roofing project started with the glass and can bins two years ago and provides protection from the elements for everyone while sorting most of their recycled goods. We want to again remind all recycling center users that the Center opens earlier on Sunday, at 8 A.M. and closes at noon. We are enforcing a policy that restricts browsing in the used good area after 10:30 A.M. on Sunday morning. This was done to streamline traffic flow in and out of the Center during our busiest time. The burning pit was affected by the regions dry weather. We were unable to burn throughout much of the summer, which forced us to stop accepting brush for significant periods. We apologize for the inconvenience this may have caused any of our users. The upside to the dry summer is that we were able to repaint all of the buildings at the Recycling Center. I would like to thank the public, the Budget Committee and the people at the town office for their ongoing help and their patience with us. Our recycling I program works well with everyone's cooperation. Respectfully submitted, Maurice G. Guay, Sr. Manager 60 WILTON WATER WORKS This year we completed the water meter installation program. We are now using the meter readings to generate your water bills. We are still installing some pressure-reducing valves and expansion tanks to control the water pressure in your homes. We continue to work on the river-crossing project from Eastview condos to Lower Main Street, but we are having problems getting permission from Guilford Transportation to install our pipe under their track. In 2002 we connected nine new homes and the new Wilton police station, to the system. The police station required a six-inch service to supply the sprinkler system. We also replaced the old two-inch line to the Congregational Church, on Gregg Street, with a six-inch line, so it could service the new sprinkler system that was installed in the church and the Parish house. A new six-inch line was also put in from Holt Road to 205 Burns Hill Road. This will improve volume and quality in this section of the system. Both of these line extensions were a shared expense of the customers and the Water Works. D.E.S. made an inspection of Dam #254.09, at the Sand Hill Road reservoir and gave us a list of deficiencies, resulting in our removing trees, repairing gate valves, and repairing the gatehouse to eliminate trespassers. Installation of a new fence to replace the existing fence along Sand Hill Road will complete these safety projects. We were asked to hire a consultant to evaluate the seepage at the base of the dam and propose a plan to control it. This seepage is not new, as it has been an ongoing problem since the dam was built in 1933. As of the end of 2002, we have completed all of the work requested by D.E.S. except for the fence and the security of the gatehouse. We also found that the 12" main leading from this reservoir had completely broken, so we could not fill the reservoir from the Mill Brook reservoir on Putnam Hill Road. This was repaired and now we can keep the Sand Hill reservoir full. The two 12" gate valves that control the water in and out of the reservoir had broken shafts. They were removed from the gate house, about 20' below the gate house floor, and repaired by Burbak Companies. The department had a major water leak on Maple Street, beyond the Milford town line, leading to the old Jarvis house. We lost about thirty thousand gallons of water a day before it was discovered, as the water did not come to the surface but ran into a culvert. We continue to monitor the quality of your water with all the tests required by D.E.S. All tests passed in 2002. We would like to thank the Selectmen, Town Hall staff, Highway Department, and the citizens of Wilton who helped to make this another successful year of operating the system. Respectfully submitted, James A. Tuttle Thomas P. Herilhy Charles O. McGettigan, Jr. 61 WILTON FIRE DEPARTMENT This year the department was very active and responded to 166 calls. Of these calls 37 of them were for false alarms. We strongly urge people to have their systems checked a minimum of once a year to keep them operating at peak performance and hopefully we can get these numbers to drop. I would like to thank all my personnel for going the extra mile. Their devoted time and effort has made our jobs at the department much easier in carrying out the tasks we are asked to fulfill when called upon. I wish to thank all of the spouses, friends, and significant others of the personnel for putting up with the long hours and missed appointments we sometimes face. Their understanding is greatly appreciated. Again I would like to thank all the department heads and their crews for all their assistance during the year in keeping our town a safe place to live. SMOKE DETECTORS SAVE LIVES. DON'T STAY HOME WITHOUT ONE. Respectfully submitted, Raymond Dick W.F.D. Chief 2002 FIRE DEPARTMENT CALLS Structure fires 2 Brush fires 9 Chimney fires 7 Electrical 1 Vehicle 3 Heating Equipment 7 Propane tank rupture 1 HazMat incidents 2 CO Detectors 1 False Alarms 37 Motor Vehicle Accidents 31 Assist Ambulance 25 Mutual Aid (given) 33 Elevator rescue 1 Bomb scare 1 Assist Police 2 Good Intent 2 Total 166 62 2002 SEWER DEPARTMENT REPORT The commissioners have appointed David Tierney to the board replacing Paul Desrochers, who submitted his resignation this year. Mr. Desrochers served many years on the board and we truly thank him for his dedicated support and helpful knowledge. In turn we welcome David to the board and respect his interest in maintaining an efficient cost controlled system. The financial news for the year 2002 was very positive. A substantial refund was received back from the Milford treatment facility for the year 2001, and this was utilized to reduce our local user fee for 2002 fiscal year. The 2003 budget is slightly less than the previous year, however it reflects a goal to maintain a quality system with a target of continued reduction in user's cost. We thank the highway department and town hall staff for their effort to make this a successful year. Respectfully Submitted, C. Stanley Schultz, Jr. Charles O. McGettigan, Jr. David B. Tierney, Jr. FOREST FIRE WARDEN This year we had nine brush fires. The summer proved to be a very dry one. That caused these fires to burn deep and cover a larger amount of land then usual. Our largest fire in town this year was roughly 3 acres and it was caused by lightning. Again always retain a permit when required for outside burning. The State of NH has adopted a new law and bans outside trash burning. This means no incinerator permits will be issued. The only items that can be burned are brush (less then 5" around) leaves and grass. All fires must be properly put out when not being watched. I would like to thank all the departments for their help in keeping our woods safe. ONLY YOU CAN PREVENT FOREST FIRES Respectfully submitted, Ronald Caswell Fire Warden 63 WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH-TEMPLE AMBULANCE SERVICE In 2002, we responded to a record 387 calls for medical aid. This represents an increase of almost 8% over last year. The call breakdown is as follows: 220 calls in Wilton, 75 calls in Lyndeborough, 73 calls in Temple and 19 calls for mutual aid to other towns. We also implemented our per diem Paramedic coverage voted on at town meetings in all three of our member towns. We started on April 1 , 2002 and it has been a total success. Thank you for your support of this and all our efforts to bring you, the towns people, the care that you deserve. Our 35 active members include 3 First Responders, 10 EMT-Basics, 11 EMT- Intermediates and 1 1 EMT-Paramedics that are responsible for staffing our 2 ambulances 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Thank you all for giving countless hours to serve your community. Respectfully submitted, Carylyn H. McEntee Paramedic/Director HEALTH DEPARTMENT The year of 2002 was a big improvement on the stray cat problem that was experienced in the year of 2001. I would like to thank the residents of Wilton for their effort and the Wilton Police Department in resolving this problem. A reminder under R.S.A. 466:1 -a, all cats and dogs are required to be vaccinated. In an effort to be sure all animals are vaccinated, the Town Office, with the assistance of the Wilton Animal Hospital, will hold a rabies clinic at the fire station in late April. All cats and dogs are welcome from Wilton and surrounding towns, check the Milford Cabinet or the town web site ( www.wilton-nh.com ) for the exact date and the time the clinic is held. In addition to the hazards of stray cats, we are finding trash, old furniture and auto parts being left on porches or discarded on property. These items create a fire hazard to children playing in the area. Please dispose of these items properly. Respectfully submitted, Frank S. Millward Health Officer 64 WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH YOUTH CENTER The year 2002 was a year of park improvements and plans for the up coming year. We would like to thank the towns of Wilton and Lyndeborough, private donors and the area businesses for their generous support. We would also like to thank all of the individuals who donated their time to help improve the park and make it more enjoyable. The Youth center was able to dredge the pond, update the filtration system, purchase a new VCR, purchase four 2-way radios for better communication between the lifeguards and make new waterfront lane lines. Over 127 families enjoyed the youth center this year from Wilton, Lyndeborough and 9 surrounding towns. We increased our number of swim instructors for the 2002 season. 198 swim lessons were given to 136 children. The park was open till 7:00 at night offering relief from the heat for members after work. The members participated in arts and craft, swimming lessons, field and water games and swim meets with area towns. The Youth center held special events such as family nights with pony rides, entertainers such as Amy Conley and Julie Corey, teen night with live bands, grill day, pizza day, story time, police fingerprinting for children, sand castle contests, and use of Goss Park for company and organization outings. Twenty-nine children joined our swim team in 2002. Congratulations to the Senior and Junior swim teams for a great year. The Board is hoping to make many improvements in the coming year such as a playground, improved swim piers, and a pavilion. Come and join us for some fun in the sun! Information may be obtained at the town halls. Respectfully Submitted, WLYC Board of Directors 65 WILTON CONSERVATION COMMISSION 2002 REPORT Carnival Hill Project 2002 was the purchase of the crest of the hill. This purchase completed the town ownership of the 81 acres of land 25 years after purchasing the lower section of the hill. The new site will remain an open field for future generations to enjoy. The LCHIP grant required an executive deed to be attached to the property that requires restricted use of the land for conservation and agricultural purposes. Wilton, Milford and Lyndeborough Conservation Commissions have met this year to discuss mutual concerns and gain insights into the effects of area growth. The Souhegan River Local Advisory Committee met in Wilton to review flood control dams and other related topics associated with the watershed area. Based on the success of the Carnival Hill neighborhood forums, citizens from the Stoney Brook Watershed area and Four Corners Farm neighborhoods have met with this commission. The Granite State Concrete request to expand their operation into a major open-pit mining operation was discussed at a meeting with the surrounding neighbors as well as landowners on Main Street and Isaac Frye Highway. Four Corners Farm neighbors are working on securing conservation and agriculture easements on the farm site as well as trail rights on the NH - MA corridor trails used by the Wilton Winter Wanderers, hikers and horse owners. Marden Road and Davisville areas of town are experiencing great pressures to develop. The Conservation Commission has expended hours reviewing site plans and suggesting ways to reduce the impact of development on our most valued wetlands. A gas station proposal on the cornfield across from Monadnock Springs must be considered a major concern to the local and Souhegan River watershed area. Residents from many areas of the community are completing our Citizens Natural Resource Inventory forms. This data is starting to indicate a repeated seasonal pattern of animal habitat. Turkey, fox, fisher, deer, bear, moose, voles, mice, bass, bird habitats and animal trails are being documented. Citizens may pickup forms at the Wilton Public/Gregg Free Library, and town offices. Identification books for birds, plants and animals are available at the library. We are most indebted to our former Chair, Doreece Miller, and are delighted that she is still serving as an advisor to our commission even though she is no longer a member. Her skills in organizing materials and securing data have given this board the tools to move ahead with the 2002 population and development growth pressures. Citizens willing to help with our natural resource inventory, work on trail, land donation and conservation easements, or join the commission are asked to contact any of our members. Spencer C. Brookes II, Chair Leslie P. Tallarico Andrew R. LeFrancois H. Alan Preston Philip C. Heald, Emeritus 66 WILTON MAIN STREET ASSOCIATION As we enter our fifth year as a Main Street Community, our downtown statistics collected for 2002 show: • 10 promotional events WMSA share of promotions $ 329 Partner organizations share 1 ,233 • 1 Public Improvement WMSA share of improvements $ 00 Partner organizations share $ 2, 1 93 5 Building improvements $22,585 New Businesses Opened Downtown = 4 Businesses Relocated to Downtown = 2 Businesses Expanded in Downtown = 1 New jobs created Downtown = 7 Businesses closed = 3 Businesses moved out of Downtown = 2 Jobs lost = 24 Net gain in businesses = 1 Net loss in jobs = 17 In May 2002, Wilton received the following 2001 Main Street Excellence in Downtown Revitalization Awards: Best Special Event - Whimsical People Best New Sign - Bethena's Waltz Leslie Wharton was honored as Board Member of the Year. Gail Proctor was honored as Volunteer of the Year. Wilton Main Street Association continued to sponsor the Wilton Downtown Marketplace. The farmers' market, located in Lot 48, was open for business Saturdays 9am-12pm from June 22 - September 28. The marketplace received a $2300 promotional grant from the New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, Markets & Food - Division of Agricultural Development. The four Main Street committees have worked diligently on their projects. Accomplishments for 2002 include: Promotion Committee • Organized and implemented - downtown events including: Whimsical People, AppleFest, Holiday Kickoff/Breakfast with Santa. • Decorated Putnam's window. • Continued Main Street Money Gift Certificates • Hosted Main Street merchant anniversary and new business opening events. 67 Design Committee • Participated in the Transportation Enhancement application process by providing landscape design assistance. Managed the flower box sponsorship project. Assisted business owners in choosing and implementing effective and attractive facade/signage improvements. Awarded one Facade Improvement Matching Grant to Here Today Emporium - $250. Planted and maintained Downtown plantings. Assisted in the design of the new station for the Wilton Police Department. Created new "pocket park" in Lot 48. Organization Committee Published Working on Wilton - quarterly Managed Working on Wilton sponsorship program. Held Annual Meeting and Volunteer Recognition Night. Continued public awareness through press releases. Hosted Volunteer Recruitment Month - June Held three WMSA neighborhood gatherings. Managed ongoing Three-Year Pledge Drive Campaign. Continued Yankee Magazine's Community Partners Campaign. Managed sale of Wilton Cotton Throw, Library ornaments, Old Home Day Print, School Booklets. Hosted WMSA night at the Wilton Town Hall Theater. Published A Glimpse of Wilton's Historic Town Hall Theater fundraising booklet. Held WMSA Fundraiser Yard Sale. Economic Restructuring Committee Developed/maintained WMSA website. Continued update of downtown building inventory database. Managed the successful application for the Transportation Enhancement Grant. Investigated grant opportunities for Downtown improvements. Continued recruitment efforts for new Downtown businesses. Wilton Main Street Association was successful in bringing the federally funded Transportation Enhancement Grant in the amount of $489,931 to the Town of Wilton. Wilton Main Street Association thanks the community, area businesses and individuals for their continued support. Respectfully submitted, Judy Leeds Program Manager 68 MILFORD AREA COMMUNICATIONS CENTER In the wake of the devastating events that occurred in New York, Washington, D.C., and Pennsylvania on September 11, 2001, the emergency communications dispatchers at MACC Base were inundated with a new variation in calls from the public. For the first time, citizens in the Souhegan Valley were alarmed by, and reacted to, the potential threat of terrorism. Public alarm translates directly into calls for help to the emergency communications center, and emergency dispatchers were the first point of contact for people with the nationwide security network. The Center remained active throughout the year, maintaining a vigil over all the area emergency response agencies and their personnel for the six towns of Amherst, Greenville, Lyndeborough, Milford, Mont Vernon and Wilton. The Center personnel steadfastly remained available at all times as the public's direct link to all emergency services and information. These services include emergency radio and telephone communications for ambulance, fire, police, public works and emergency management agencies within all six towns. Operating the Center is a daunting challenge in itself, but maintaining a full staff has been difficult since the Center was first created almost two decades ago. This past year has been no exception. Having to fully staff the Center 24/7 with trained and qualified dispatchers, coupled with a relatively low pay scale and a six month to one year learning curve has traditionally taken a toll. This year, the Center's Board of Governors recognized these conditions and arranged for a mid-year major supplemental increase in pay to help attract and keep good personnel. This has moved the Center's salary base into a competitive range. The constant in-service training of personnel is a daunting task. The demands placed upon a dispatcher at the Center increase greatly each year, and keeping all dispatchers trained and proficient in their broad and varied duties is costly and time-consuming. As the calendar year came to a close, the Center's three new staff members, hired in late fall and who trained very quickly, were about to be added to the full time schedule. This makes the Center's full time staff complete. Antennae and transmitter upgrades have been made to a number of the Center's constellation of sites. In addition, some of the area fire departments have upgraded their equipment to access the Center's cross-band UHF band repeater system. This has resulted in a great increase in efficiency in transmitting and receiving the area fire units. Similar upgrades for other agencies are in the planning stages, as well as the addition of radio frequencies. These enhancements to the centralized dispatch system insures that all emergency agencies in all six towns will have uninterrupted and seamless emergency communications dispatching. Respectfully submitted, Nelson Taylor, Director 69 "*/f * FY 2002 ANNUAL REPORT NASHUA REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION The Nashua Regional Planning Commission (NRPC) provides transportation, land use and environmental planning services and technical assistance to twelve Hillsborough County communities. NRPC stands ready to assist its member communities with any planning and transportation issues of concern. We at the NRPC are grateful for the participation of Wilton's NRPC Commissioners: Diane Nilsson and Jerry Greene. The following is a summary of our accomplishments on behalf of the Town in FY 2002: Transportation NRPC, as the designated Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the region is responsible for developing and maintaining the region's transportation planning program. This includes soliciting, prioritizing, and making recommendations on regional and local transportation projects that are funded through Federal or State sources. In addition, NRPC is responsible for developing the region's portion of the State's Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) and for conducting the required air quality analyses. • Worked with the NHDOT and the Towns of Amherst, Milford and Wilton on a comprehensive Route 101 Corridor Plan. Wallace-Floyd Design Group and VHB are the consultants working with NRPC on this project. An interim report was released last spring, and a final set of recommendations will be presented in September of 2002. Included within the plan will be a series of shorter-term safety improvements for the Route 101 by-pass. • Successfully pursued a Transportation Community Systems Preservation Grant (TCSP). This grant will allow NRPC to prepare a townwide traffic study for Wilton. It will also enable NRPC to prepare a plan for the land use- transportation system interface including access management, site development guidelines and safety planning. Under the TCSP grant, NRPC will also prepare plans for transit service, bicycle and pedestrian facilities in the town. The TCSP project will be complete by July 2004. • Conducted automated traffic recorder counts at over 150 locations throughout the region during the course of the year. The Nashua Area Traffic Count Summary is published annually and distributed to the communities. • Surveyed all new roads in the region by community and collected information including width, number of lanes, miles of Class V roads, and other pertinent information. This information is used to determine local allocations for Block Grant funding and other available transportation funds. • Published "Access Management Guidelines", a training tool for Planning Board members and local officials using examples from the region. • Began the process of updating the region's "Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan," which should be completed by June 2003. 70 • Began the process of updating the region's "Transit Plan," which also should be completed by June 2003. • Assisted the Main Street Committee with its successful Transportation Enhancements application for downtown sidewalk improvements. Land Use and Environmental Planning NRPC provides technical assistance on land use and environmental issues to planning staff and to the Planning Board and Conservation Commission. • Provided staff support to the Planning Board. This included conducting development review and drafting amendments to land use regulations. • Completed the "Model Non-Residential Site Plan Regulations" and accompanying explanatory text for Planning Board members in the region. • Provided technical assistance to the Town for its applications to the Land and Community Heritage Program (LCHIP). • Summarized available 2000 census data by community and published it on our web-site as the "NRPC Census 2000 Profile". • Completed a final draft of the 2002 NRPC "Regional Plan." The Plan is to be used to reinforce local planning goals and to provide guidance for NRPC in making policy decisions and developing its work programs and grant funding priorities. • Provided extensive technical assistance to local staff, planning board members and conservation commission members on all aspects of land use and environmental planning. • Assisted the Conservation Commission with trail mapping. • Hosted training for new planning board members on the elements of subdivision design and engineering review. • Assisted the Souhegan Watershed Association with a citizen water quality monitoring program, and provided staff support to the Souhegan River Local Advisory Committee. • Worked with the Office of Emergency Management on an "all-hazards mitigation plan" for the Town. This project involved coordinating emergency response personnel in the community, identifying and mapping critical facilities, and prioritizing hazard mitigation strategies. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) NRPC continues to maintain a diverse collection of GIS data including local roads, real property parcels, zoning, land use, and environmental conditions. This data was used in general mapping and analysis for local and regional projects. 71 • Updated the Town's parcel mapping project. This involved improving the accuracy of digitized tax maps included in NRPC's GIS system for use in planning related activities. • Completed process of mapping agricultural lands in the region in the 1970s and in the present for the purpose of demonstrating loss of, or changes, in this resource. • Incorporated new aerial photography into the GIS system. • Maintained the NRPC point database for major employers. • Incorporated Census 2000 data into the GIS system. • Provided mapping assistance to Conservation Commission members in developing LCHIP applications for property acquisition. Respectfully Submitted, Andrew Singelakis, Executive Director SOUHEGAN HOME AND HOSPICE CARE REPORT Souhegan Home and Hospice Care greatly appreciates the support that your town has given us over the past years. Thanks to your contributions, we have been able to continue to provide to our community adult and child clinics, as well as expand into support groups and educational programs. We had 2,000 adult clinic visits last year and over 50 child clinic visits. From November 2001 to November 2002 we saw about 150 postpartum mothers and their infants for teaching, skilled nursing care and support. This year, we have increased the number of foot clinics we offer and have focused on caregiver education and support programs. The demand for these services as well as others continues to be great. Our greatest achievement will be to hire additional clinic staff to be able to meet the increasing needs of our community. Many area senior centers and assisted living facilities are requesting educational programs about health promotion and prevention as well as health services for their members. Our agency strives to meet the need, but the increased staffing needs, as well as the nursing shortage has made it difficult for us to provide all the services we wish to provide. As always, our mission is to continue to provide these invaluable services at no cost to our community. The Town of Wilton has been a vital part of our organization's ability to continue with our mission of providing quality and compassionate care to all, regardless of their ability to pay. We at Souhegan Home and Hospice Care are here not only to care for all who are ill, from the very young to the very old, but also to promote health and wellness. Thank you for allowing us to continue our longstanding tradition of caring. Sincerely, Liane Schubring, BSN, RN, MBA/MHA Nancy Lynch, President 72 HOME HEALTHCARE, HOSPICE AND COMMUNITY SERVICES Annual Report In 2002, HCS - Home Healthcare, Hospice and Community Services continued to provide home care and community services to the residents of Wilton. The following information represents a projection of HCS's activities in your community in 2002. Service Report Services Offered Services Provided Nursing 110 Visits Physical Therapy 20 Visits Speech Pathology 10 Visits Occupational Therapy 2 Visits Home & Community Based Services* 72 Hours Medical Social Worker 5 Visits Homemaker 155 Hours Home Health Aide 94 Visits Outreach 5 Visits Health Promotion Clinics 18 Clinics *Home and Community Based Care is a Medicaid program which offers extended home care services to individuals who are in need of nursing home level care but can be maintained at home for a lower cost. Total Unduplicated Residents Served: 45 Prenatal care, hospice services and regularly scheduled wellness clinics and well child health clinics are also available to residents. Town funding partially supports these services. 73 TOWN OF WILTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE ELECTION RESULTS FROM MARCH 12,2002 & TOWN MEETING MINUTES FROM MARCH 14,2002 Moderator Richard Rockwood opened the polls at the Wilton Town Hall at 10:00 A.M. for the purpose of voting for Town Officers, School Officials and Zoning Questions. The polls closed at 7:00 P.M. Mr. Rockwood noted that a Protest Petition against Amendment No. 1 had been filed and, if valid, would require a 2/3 vote for passage. From a voter checklist of 2016 registered voters the following votes were cast with various write-ins omitted, 556 votes, including 13 absentee ballots: Selectmen - 3 years Jerry Greene 435 Treasurer - 1 year Barry A. Greene 444 Trustee of the Trust Funds - 3 years TBD Planning Board - 3 years (2 positions open) Michael D. Davidson 426 Mark H. Whitehill 416 Town Clerk - 3 years Jane K. Farrell 513 Supervisor of the Checklist - 5 years TBD Water Commissioner Thomas P. Herlihy 434 Sewer Commissioner C. Stanley Schultz 446 Moderator- 2 years Richard D. Rockwood 109 2. Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 1 as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town of Wilton Zoning Ordinance as follows: Establish Section 9A.0 RESEARCH AND OFFICE PARK DISTRICT to create an overlay district that permits research and development and 74 related uses in a southwestern portion of the Town located off NH Route 31 and in a western portion of Town located off NH Route 101. The purpose of the district is to: Encourage activities in a campus-like setting that will be both an aesthetic and an economic asset to the Town; Attract research, office, and light manufacturing activities that do not need to be centrally located in an industrial district, and whose developers prefer a rural setting; Preclude possible adverse effects on the local neighborhood and rural environment through a combination of very large lot sizes, low densities, rigorous performance standards, restricted traffic and tractor-trailer volumes, and aesthetic standards; and Preserve the natural and rural environments through the reservation of the majority of the area of developed lots as agricultural or conservation land. The District will also establish dimensional, lot, building size, traffic, access and water supply requirements for Research and Office Parks; establish performance standards, including noise, storage and lighting requirements, for Research and Office Parks; require that Research and Office Parks obtain site plan and Research and Office Park plan approval from the Wilton Planning Board; ensure that Planning Board review of Research and Office Parks includes the exterior architectural design of all structures; and create buffers for Research and Office Parks that ensure no significant visual impact on abutting uses and protect the natural and rural environments. (The Wilton Planning Board recommends this amendment.) Yes 449 No 94 Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 2 as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town of Wilton Zoning Ordinance as follows: Amend the COMMERCIAL DISTRICT, Section 7.0. 1.b District Location , to correct the delineation of the Commercial District by including Lot C-103. (The Wilton Planning Board recommends this amendment.) Yes 400 No 99 Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 3 as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town of Wilton Zoning Ordinance as follows: Amend DEFINITIONS, Section 3.0, to revise the definition of "wetland" to conform to the Corps of Engineers "Wetlands Delineation Manual," 1987, and the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services Wetlands Bureau "Wetlands Rules," March 12, 2001, and to include the definitions of "hydric soils'" "hydrophytic vegetation" and "wetlands hydrology." (The Wilton Planning Board recommends this amendment.) Yes 428 No 90 75 5. Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 4 as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town of Wilton Zoning Ordinance as follows: Amend the WETLANDS CONSERVATION DISTRICT, Section 11.0, to improve the delineation of the Wetlands Conservation District through adherence to the current techniques and standards outlined in the Corps of Engineers "Wetlands Delineation Manual," 1987, and the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services Wetlands Bureau "Wetlands Rules," March 12, 2001; to ensure that wetlands are delineated based on hydrophytic vegetation, hydric soils and wetland hydrology; to provide for the review of incorrectly designated wetlands by the Planning Board instead of the Zoning Board of Adjustment; and to provide procedures for Planning Board review of incorrectly designated wetlands. (The Wilton Planning Board recommends this amendment.) Yes 417 No 90 The Moderator opened the business portion of the Town Meeting at the Florence Rideout Elementary School Auditorium on Thursday the 14th day of March 2002 at 8:00 P.M. He began the meeting with noting the candidate ballot and zoning ballot results. He then began with Article Number 6 of the posted warrant. 6. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Fourteen Thousand Dollars ($14,000) for the purpose of building a roof over the front of the main building at the Recycling Center and to authorize the withdrawal of Fourteen Thousand Dollars ($14,000) from the Recycling Center Capital Reserve Fund, previously established for that purpose, no monies to come from general taxation, or to take any other action relating thereto. (Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) Moved by Stuart Draper, seconded by David Glines. Voice vote approved. 7. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Fifty Three Thousand One Hundred Dollars ($53,100) for the purchase of highway equipment including a Ford F-350 Truck and a used tractor with attachments to plow and sand sidewalks, the monies to come from general taxation, or to take any other action relating thereto. (Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) Moved by David Glines, seconded by Stuart Draper. After extensive discussion regarding this article, and an article for a truck purchase at the 2001 town meeting, a motion to move the question was made. The article was voice approved. 8. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Fifty Two Thousand Three Hundred Twenty Dollars ($52,320) for fire department 76 equipment acquisition and repair and a Two Way Radio Upgrade, the monies to come from general taxation, or to take any other action relating thereto. (Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) Moved by Stuart Draper, seconded by Kyra Brennan. Voice vote approved. 9. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of One Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($150,000) to be added to the Emergency Services Building Capital Reserve Fund previously established, the monies to come from general taxation, or to take any other action relating thereto. (Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) Moved by David Glines, seconded by Stuart Draper. Voice vote approved. 10. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Five Hundred Fifteen Thousand Dollars ($515,000) for the purpose of building a new police station and to authorize the withdrawal of Five Hundred Fifteen Thousand Dollars ($515,000) from the Emergency Services Building Capital Reserve Fund, previously established for that purpose, no money is to come from general taxation, or to take any other action relating thereto. (Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) Moved by Stuart Draper, seconded by David Glines. Kevin Uhlman, a Mason Road resident as well as the Main Street Association member of the Emergency Services Building Committee and an architect by trade presented the proposed project. He stated the new police station would be a 3,200 square foot single story concrete block structure with a brick veneer. It would be located alongside the rail road tracks in the Wilton Falls parking lot that was purchased by the town. He responded to questions about parking concerns to state that 40 parking stalls would be for use of the Wilton Falls building and 50 parking stalls available to the town. The police would have parking and a secure prisoner entrance at the rear of the building. Joe Poisson questioned the possibility of contamination levels from the buried cyanide alongside the river. Stuart Draper stated that the cyanide is located near the sluiceway and the region where the new station is located was filled in with new gravel in the late 1960's or early 1970's. There was nothing over in that area that could cause any contamination. Charles Crawford stated this issue was examined prior to the purchase of the Wilton Falls building by the Main Street Association and they felt the risk was very negligible of any contamination problems. It was further stated that the EPA has installed monitoring wells to see if any of the buried cyanide is leaching into the river. However there is believed to be no foreseeable problems with this issue for the new station. 77 Tom Herlihy and Spencer Brookes raised the issue of flood concerns for the site. Kevin Uhlman said this concern had been thoroughly examined and has been addressed in their building design. He stated that "only the two jail cells would be in the flood plain area". The building foundation would be raised to above the 100-year flood plain level. He further stated that the flood plain maps drawn up years ago don't take into account any more recent work done to mitigate these problems. He cited such improvements as new spillways and catch plains. After extensive discussion the article was voice vote approved. 11. To see if the Town will vote to declare, if acquired by the Town, Tax Map J Lot 048, as Cooley Park, or to take any other action relating thereto. Moved by Stuart Draper, seconded by Kyra Brennan. Voice vote approved. 12. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Seventeen Thousand Six Hundred Dollars ($17,600) for the development of Tax Map J- Lot 048, and to authorize the withdrawal of Seventeen Thousand Six Hundred Dollars from the Cooley Park Improvement Project Capital Reserve Fund, previously established for that purpose, monies are to be spent only in the event that the TE-21 Grant is not received, no monies to come from general taxation, or to take any other action relating thereto. (Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) Moved by Hal Melcher, seconded by Kevin Uhlman. Stuart Draper explained that in order to expend Town money on a piece of land, the Town must own it. He further stated that the Board of Selectmen has the power to accept parcels of land without a special town meeting. Voice vote approved. 13. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Three Hundred Forty Thousand Dollars ($340,000) for the purchase of Tax Map D- 089 and Tax Map D-087 or a portion there of, known generally as the crest and west side of Carnival Hill. At least One Hundred Seventy Three Thousand dollars ($173,000) to come from private donations, grants or other sources of funding and to authorize the withdrawal of all of the funds from the C.R. Myer, Jr. - J.K. Whiting, Jr. Memorial Fund, previously established for that purpose, said sum being approximately Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000), to authorize the withdrawal of Thirty Seven Thousand Dollars ($37,000) from the Land Acquisition, Conservation Purposes Capital Reserve Fund, previously established for that purpose, to authorize the withdrawal of no more than Thirty Five Thousand Dollars ($35,000) from interest in the Roland R. Cooley Fund, previously established for that purpose, the Roland R. Cooley funds to be used only if no other sources of private funding are available and no more than Eighty Five Thousand Dollars ($85,000) to come 78 from general taxation, or to take any other action relating thereto. (Budget Committee recommends this article - the Selectmen recommend this article.) Moved by Spencer Brookes, seconded by Stuart Draper. Spencer Brookes spoke about the background of the 39-acre property. He stated that Hitchiner Manufacturing needed to sell the two pieces to raise capital and that a local property owner bought it to protect the site from developers. This owner in turn was looking to recoup his money by having the town take over the site. Funding for the purchase was to be a combination of private donations, a state One Hundred Thousand Dollar ($100,000) L-Chip grant program and town monies. He noted that the "L-Chip" One Hundred Thousand Dollar ($100,000) grant approval had been received this week and there was a possibility of another Fifty Thousand Dollar ($50,000) grant that might, if received, eliminate the need for any town funding from general taxation. Chris Anderson wondered what restrictions where placed on land when purchased with grant monies. Spencer stated that the L-Chip grant and the Society for the Protection of NH Forests easements generally do not restrict snowmobile usage -just any wheeled vehicle usage. Tom Schultz spoke of his concern for increased liability exposure. Stuart Draper said the Municipal Association Insurance covers the town on all town owned properties. Following lengthy discussion the article was voice vote approved. The Moderator next moved to take a ten-minute break. Resuming the meeting Moderator Richard Rockwood stated it had been requested to address Article 18 at this time. He noted that a 2/3 vote was needed to reshuffle the warrant article order. The voice vote was unanimously approved. 18. To see if the Town will vote to establish a capital reserve fund (pursuant to RSA Chapter 35:1) for the future development and or purchase of Athletic Playing Fields and to raise and appropriate the sum of One Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($150,000) to be placed in such fund, the monies to come from general taxation or to take any other action relating thereto. (Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) Moved by Stuart Draper, seconded by David Glines. Bruce Johnson moved to amend the article to read as follows: "To see if the Town will vote to establish a capital reserve fund (pursuant to RSA Chapter 35:1) for the future development of Athletic Playing Fields in accordance with plans 79 approved by the Wilton Planning Board on September 9, 2000 and to raise and appropriate the sum of One Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($150,000) to be placed in such fund, the monies to come from general taxation or to take any other action relating thereto". Motion seconded by Peter Graves. Bruce Johnson went on to say the WJAA doesn't want the fields on any other site, as this location is easily accessible to downtown. Randy Dunn spoke to say that it always had been the intent of his grandfather, Randy Myer, and John K. Whiting Jr., that this site was to be playing fields for the youth in the area. Bruce further stated this was phase one of a two-year plan. The total cost for the project was expected to be Two Hundred Eighty Five Thousand Dollars ($285,000). This money would build two baseball/softball fields and a soccer field. Norris Hammond asked why not approve the entire purchase cost at this meeting? Budget Committee Chairman Cary Hughes stated that while he very much supports the project the Budget Committee could not justify the full expenditure in one year. He stated that the impact on the tax rate with the two schools and the town budget, as presented tonight, would increase the tax rate by at least nine dollars per thousand. Bruce Johnson further stated that even if all the money was raised at this meeting the wording of the article would prevent if from being spent until the following year. Don Nourse asked to move the question. He stated "the WJAA members had done their work and know their stuff". Motion seconded by Kyra Brennan. Following a rereading of the amended motion it was voice vote approved. The vote on the main article, as amended was also voice vote approved. Moderator Richard Rockwood said the meeting would now address Article #13. 13. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of One Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($150,000) for the Revaluation of the Town. Twenty Thousand Dollars ($20,000) to be withdrawn from the Revaluation of Town Capital Reserve Fund previously established for that purpose. One Hundred Thirty Thousand Dollars ($130,000) to be raised from general taxation, or to take any other action relating thereto. (Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) Moved by Stuart Draper, seconded by Cary Hughes. Stuart Draper stated the town had no choice in this matter as the State of New Hampshire mandated the revaluation. The intent is to "get every town on a more level playing field in their property valuations". The article was voice vote approved. 80 15. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Twelve Thousand Dollars ($12,000) to be added to the Police Cruiser Capital Reserve Fund previously established, the monies to come from general taxation, or to take any other action relating thereto. (Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) Moved by Stuart Draper, seconded by David Glines. Voice vote approved. 16. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000) to be added to the Ambulance Vehicle Capital Reserve Fund previously established, the monies to come from general taxation, or to take any other action relating thereto. (Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) Moved by Stuart Draper, seconded by David Glines. Voice vote approved. 17. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000) to be added to the Town Hall Repair Project Capital Reserve Fund previously established, the monies to come from general taxation, or take any other action relating thereto. (Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) Moved by Stuart Draper, seconded by Cary Hughes. Voice vote approved. 19. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Two Million Four Hundred Fifty Three Thousand Six Hundred Fifty Two Dollars ($2,453,652) which represents the operating budget for 2002. Said sum does not include any of the special warrant articles addressed. The grand total of the operating budget and all special warrant articles is Three Million Nine Hundred Seventeen Thousand Six Hundred Seventy Two Dollars ($3,917,672). (Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) Moved by Stuart Draper, seconded by David Glines. Hubert Hoover moved to amend the budget as follows: "I move that W-L-T Ambulance be raised from One Dollar ($1) to Nineteen Thousand, Nine Hundred Fifty Dollars ($19,950), an increase of Nineteen Thousand, Nine Hundred Forty Nine Dollars ($19,949) to cover the Wilton share of the cost of operating the Wilton Lyndeborough Temple ambulance during the calendar year 2002. This includes paramedic standby-service". Motion seconded by Joan Melcher. Cary Hughes spoke to say he would like to amend the requested Nineteen Thousand, Nine Hundred Fifty Dollars ($19,950) to Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000). Seconded by Kyra Brennan. Cary Hughes explained that the 81 Ambulance Service has not provided information at all or not provided it in a timely manner for the last five years. The position of the Budget Committee is that the Ambulance Service should not be repeatedly coming to the town meeting to get what they want when they won't abide by the budget process required of all other town boards. He further stated the Budget Committee did not support the hiring of a paramedic but if one was hired the Budget Committee felt the Ambulance Service does not need the entire amount requested to fund this service as one quarter of the year had already been completed. Hubert Hoover stated that the Ambulance Service didn't request any monies in 1999 and that didn't seem to be a problem for anyone. He did acknowledge problems in other years. He did state he had been out of town this year in February during the budget time and that perhaps caused problems this year. He stated the Ambulance Service is a valuable public service manned largely by volunteers. He justified the need for paid paramedic service "that exists in all the towns to the east of us". Their ability to administer drugs and IV's with hospital authorization is invaluable to patient care. Numerous residents spoke of their feeling of support to the Ambulance Service and all their volunteers. Stuart Draper stated the problem is with the Ambulance Board of Directors, not the volunteers who man the service. He commended the volunteers for their work. The information requested by the Budget Committee is required by all departments during the budget preparation time. Charles Crawford agreed that accountability is necessary and he would like to get a verbal confirmation that this problem won't exist in the future. Hubert Hoover responded that fellow Board of Director Bud McEntee has in fact delivered the paperwork in a timely manner. Carol McEntee further stated it was erroneous that the Budget Committee had not been provided with the necessary paperwork. Don Nourse stated the townspeople should support the ambulance and asked to move the question. Seconded by Hubert Hoover. Moderator Richard Rockwood stated of the two amendments before the floor the first vote would be for the amendment proposed by the Budget Committee suggesting a Ten Thousand Dollar ($10,000) increase for the Wilton Lyndeborough Temple Ambulance Service. Voice vote denied. The second vote was for the amendment presented by Hubert Hoover as follows, "I move that W-L-T Ambulance be raised from One Dollar ($1) to Nineteen Thousand, Nine Hundred Fifty Dollars ($19,950), an increase of Nineteen Thousand, Nine Hundred Forty Nine Dollars ($19,949) to cover the Wilton share of the cost of operating the Wilton Lyndeborough Temple ambulance during the calendar year 2002. This includes paramedic standby service". The article was voice vote approved. 82 Next Moderator Richard Rockwood read the article as amended: "To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Two Million, Four Hundred Seventy Three Thousand, Six Hundred and One Dollars ($2,473,601) which represents the operating budget for 2002. Said sum does not include any of the special warrant articles addressed. The grand total of the operating budget and all special warrant articles is Three Million Nine Hundred Thirty Seven Thousand Six Hundred Twenty One Dollars ($3,937,621)". Voice vote approved. 20. To hear the report of Agents, Auditors and Committees or Officers heretofore chosen to pass any vote relating thereto. Moved by Stuart Draper, seconded by David Glines. Voice vote approved. 21. To transact any other business that may legally come before said meeting. Hal Melcher made a motion as follows: "Mr. Moderator: I move that the selectmen appoint a study committee to research means for the regular annual funding of the Conversation Commission and to draft an article for next year's town warrant providing such funding. Spencer Brookes seconded the motion. Hal noted that 80% of other towns in New Hampshire have some means of funding their conservation commissions. Voice vote approved. Next Stuart Draper moved to reappoint the following individuals to their respective boards: Stanley Young as Library Trustee; Mark Gibbons as Corder of Wood; Philip Heald as Forest Committee and Leroy Tuttle as Masonry, Brick & Stone. Appointments were seconded by David Glines. Voice vote approved. Gail Proctor asked why the Building Inspector and Health Officer position were not included in this list. Stuart Draper responded that those positions are appointed by the Board of Selectmen. Archie Thompson asked that Stuart Draper stop using the former Rue's Automotive site for his business parking. Stuart agreed to this request. Budget Committee Chairman Cary Hughes spoke about the ambulance and the budget process. He stated all groups are asked for information. The ambulance department has not been forthcoming with information when originally asked. "It has been a piece meal process". Tom Schultz spoke to say the problem is with the Board of Directors. "The Budget Committee should get information needed in a timely manner and organized fashion". He credited Hubert Hoover for coming to these meeting but he is only one member of the Board of Directors. Stuart Draper moved to adjourn the meeting, seconded by David Glines. Voice vote approved. The meeting was adjourned at 10:30 P.M. 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ZQ-OZZZZZQ-Z^ZQ-ZZZQ-Q. 03 <0 ■ 03 03 3 55 -C 3 3 £ Si "£ £ to -}= £ CO CO 03 E jS 03 03 z < 2 z z -J LU 03 O is 03 CNCNJCNCNCNCNCNCNCNICNCNCSICNCNCNCNCNCNICNJCNCNCVICNCNCNOJCNCNC^ OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO c^^c^oo^o5f^f^OL75Lo^o^M?^^cococN^cncN^^o CO o o CN CN CO CM oissommT-0'-(Os^oo(DM^O)N CNC^CO^^C^COCOOOt-t-CNJOOOt--^ ■^•^cMcocococo^^LT^LoLTjiococotoco^^^^r^f^cS _ OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOt-T- S o re ^ Qooooooooo '^■■^■05CMCD'«-Cn-^-COCMlO'«-COO)0 C\JCNJ^C\IC\ICOt-C\ICsIOOOOt-CN ^ CNl CSi 84 MARRIAGES REGISTERED IN THE TOWN OF WILTON FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2002 Date Groom 02/28/02 Gerry, Travis C. 03/01/02 Goodnoe, Aaron S. 03/09/02 LoVerme, Alexander 03/22/02 LaChance, Carl A. 03/23/02 Garner, Michael J. 04/25/02 Khater, Amer M. 05/18/02 Corliss, John R. 05/18/02 Matte, John W. 05/18/02 Greene, Stephen I. 06/08/02 Tiedemann, Scott E. 06/15/02 McClusky, William M. 06/30/02 Knowles Jr., Norris E. 07/05/02 Dye, Richard J. 07/06/02 Bartholomew, Charles R. 07/08/02 Chimento, Carmen E. 07/13/02 Hutchinson, Paul N. 08/24/02 Rizza, Michael 09/14/02 Burch, Matthew G. 09/14/02 Frederick, Andrew J. 09/21/02 Haney, David M. 09/21/02 Morgan, Richard G. 10/25/02 Gilbert, Normand J. 10/26/02 MacMaster, Cameron R. 10/26/02 Nikitas, Elias A. 11/09/02 Wright, Chad E. 11/10/02 St. Aubin, Kevin J. 11/13/02 Robillard Jr., Ronald J. 11/23/02 Laurent, Matthew R. 11/23/02 Wargo, Bryan A. 12/23/02 Sanborn III, Edwin N. Bride Place Caulfield, Lilith Star Lyndeborough Cohen, Anna F. Milford Nadeau, Kelly L. Milford Tracy, Mary M. Milford Levesque, Sarah A. Nashua Mhaidar, Habiba Wilton Speeney, Amanda L Bedford Cheney, Jennifer L. Nashua Perron, Margaret A. Wilton Welch, Christine I. Lyndeborough Gregory, Heather K. Keene Lemieux, Tamara A. Nashua Skelly, Christine K. Bedford Woodham, Hannah L. Wilton Van Valkenburg, Jennifer Wilton Martin, Kristine K. Wilton Murphy, Maryellen Amherst Simonson, Mary K. Wilton Gagne, Francine M. Waterville Valley Holmes, Kimberly A. Lyndeborough Carwellos, Georgina K. Rye Veach, Lisa M. Hudson Ouellette, Jessica S. Wilton Katis, Myra J. Nashua Stapanon, Maria E. Greenville Capurso, Lyn J. Nashua Ball, Rachel B. Wilton Boucher, Julie L. Hudson Cyr, Jennie M. Wilton Szurko, Ewa E. Wilton 85 DEATHS REGISTERED IN THE TOWN OF WILTON FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2002 Date Place of Death Name of Deceased Father's Name Mother's Maiden Name 01/05/02 Nashua Ellis, Roy H. Ellis, Burt Kingsbury, Mary 01/09/02 Milford Weeks, Mabel G. Parker, Charles Bissonette, Flora 01/25/02 Wilton Ferguson, Arthur P. Ferguson, William Allred, Etti 02/05/02 Merrimack Klose, Nelson Klose, Herman Chance, Katherine 02/27/02 Wilton Mallows, Annette E. Soucy, Alphonse Desrosiers, Josephine 03/11/02 Lebanon Jones, Ann-Marie L. Jones, Michael Atwood, Melody 03/17/02 Boscawen Ahlgren, Doris E. Ahlgren, August Magnuson, Augusta 03/21/02 Wilton Blackmer, David E. Blackmer, Franklin Joerndt, Carolyn 04/04/02 Wilton Ayotte, Nancy T. Abbot, Howard Downer, Edith 04/24/02 Milford Hanisch, Jeannette Sofer, Jacob Jacobson, Esther 05/19/02 Milford Hall, Jonathan S. Hall, Robert Soule, Esther 05/25/02 Milford Vanderspurt, Lillian Bruwer, George Morrison, Petronella 05/31/02 Wilton Mudgett Sr, George E. Mudgett, Jessie Sturgis, Jennie 06/04/02 Wilton Paro, Constance M. Laponsee, Lucien Laberge, Bertha 07/16/02 Peterb. Davidson, Marwood D. Davidson, Harvey Yearsley, Charlotte 07/23/02 Temple Anderson, Joan Motter, William Catlin, Elsie 07/24/02 Jaffrey Gage, Ruth E. Olson, Daniel Nielson, Beata 08/31/02 Nashua Abbott, William M. Abbott, Edward Delano, Dorothy 09/05/02 Wilton Powell, Marilyn E. Powell, Clarence Sampson, Mary 09/07/02 Mason Wells, Ronald A. Wells, Ronald Morse, Bonnie 09/22/02 Nashua Beaver, Orlena A. Flanagan, Charles Drake, Delia 10/11/02 Wilton Wadleigh, Janet Aspinall, Dennis Richards, Emily 10/13/02 Peterb. Hoover, Donna Mae Bolt, Harry Stroud, Mae 10/23/02 Peterb. Fuller, John J. Fuller, John McGinnis, Catherine 10/23/02 Wilton Greene, Barbara E. Hartson, Harold Stahl, Mildred 86 BURIALS REGISTERED IN THE TOWN OF WILTON FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2002 Date of Burial Place of Death Name of Deceased Age Place of Burial March 3 March 17 April 8 May 17 May 21 June 7 July 23 July 27 August 17 August 29 August 30 September 5 September 10 September 21 September 25 September 29 October 16 October 28 October 31 November 2 December 3 Wilton Lebanon Wilton Gardner, MA Nashua Wilton Peterborough Jaffrey Hyattsville, MD Ohio -1983 Nashua Nashua Wilton Milford Groton, CT Nashua Peterborough Wilton Winchester, MA Ipswich, MA Methuen, MA Annette Edna Mallows Ann-Marie Lynn Jones Nancy Tiffany Ayotte Mary Exilda Doucette Bertha Emeline Seagroves Constance M. T. Paro Elsie Louise Rockwood Ruth Elizabeth Gage Isabel Tallarico Weston Ruth Richardson Caroline Marie McLeod William Montelius Abbott Marilyn Elaine Powell Leona Mary Wylie Frances Marie West Orlena A. Beaver Donna Mae Bolt Hoover Barbara Evelyn Greene Ida Pearle Gray Marian C. Whiting Elina M. Heisig 84 Laurel Hill 4 Mount Calvary 71 Laurel Hill 72 Mount Calvary 82 Laurel Hill 72 Mount Calvary 82 Laurel Hill 99 Laurel Hill 83 South Yard 65 Laurel Hill 90 Laurel Hill 88 Vale End 64 Laurel Hill 53 Mount Calvary 85 Laurel Hill 88 Laurel Hill 74 Vale End 77 Laurel Hill 96 South Yard 70 Laurel Hill 83 Laurel Hill 87 ANNUAL REPORT ©IF A< i<slh®@ll DastaHtett ©iFfFaefgfi F®a > tlh© T®waa ©IF NEW MAMJPSMIIR] Ytgsa* Eaidaaag Jam© 30 INDEX WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT Administrator's Report S10 Budget Comparison S28 Expenditures S23 Health Service Report S18 Projected Revenues S38 SAU #63 Budget S14 School Board's Budget S29 School District Officers S1 School Treasurer's Report S20 Special Education Director's Report S11 Special Education Expenditures S27 Staff S16 Statement of Analysis of Changes in Fund Equity S26 Statement of Revenues S22 Statistics S19 Title I Director's Report S13 Synopsis of 2002 District Meeting & Elections S5 Warrant for Election of Officers S2 Warrant for District Meeting S3 WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT OFFICERS Moderator: Clerk: Treasurer: Auditors: Mr. Richard Rockwood Mrs. Kelly Eshback Ms. Pam Page Ms. Doris Boutwell Ms. Carlene Brown 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS Chairman: Secretary: Mrs. Joyce Fisk Mr. Gilbert P. Hargrove Mr. Edward Popek 2005 2004 2003 SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS Ms. Francine E. Fullam ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS Ms. Carolann Wais si STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT WARRANT FOR ELECTION OF OFFICERS ON MARCH 1 1 , 2003 To the inhabitants of the Wilton School District in the Town of Wilton, in the County of Hillsborough, State of New Hampshire, qualified to vote in the Wilton District Affairs: You are hereby notified to meet at the Wilton Town Hall in said District on the Eleventh Day of March 2003 at 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon, to vote for District Officers: 1 . To choose a Moderator, by ballot, for the ensuing year. 2. To choose a Clerk, by ballot, for the ensuing year. 3. To choose one (1 ) Member of the School Board, by ballot, for the ensuing three (3) years. 4. To choose a Treasurer, by ballot, for the ensuing year. 5. To choose two (2) Auditors, by ballot, for the ensuing year. Polls will open for balloting at 10:00 A.M. and will not close before 7:00 P.M. GIVEN UNDER OUR HANDS AT SAID WILTON THIS DAY OF FEBRUARY 2003. Joyce Fisk Gilbert P. Hargrove Edward Popek SCHOOL BOARD A true copy attest SCHOOL BOARD S2 STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT WARRANT FOR ANNUAL DISTRICT MEETING ON MARCH 13, 2003 To the inhabitants of the Wilton School District in the Town of Wilton, in the County of Hillsborough, State of New Hampshire, qualified to vote upon Wilton District Affairs: You are hereby notified to meet at the Florence Rideout Elementary School in said District on Thursday, March 13, 2003 at seven-thirty (7:30) o'clock in the afternoon to act upon the following: Notice: School District Officers to be elected at the Town Meeting to be held at the Wilton Town Hall beginning at 10:00 o'clock in the morning on Tuesday, March 11,2003. 6. To hear reports of agents, auditors, committees, or officers chosen, and to pass any vote relating thereto. 7. To see if the district will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of two million three hundred ninety-five thousand, five hundred twenty-five dollars ($2,395,525.00) for the support of schools, for the payment of salaries for the district officials and agents, and for the payment for the statutory obligations of the district. This article does not include appropriations voted in other warrant articles. (Recommended by the School Board - Recommended by the Budget Committee). 8. To see if the Wilton School District will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of up to twenty thousand dollars ($20,000.00) to be added to the school district building maintenance and improvement capital reserve fund previously established with such amount to be funded from the year end undesignated fund balance available on July 1, 2003. (Recommended by the School Board - Recommended by the Budget Committee). 9. To see if the Wilton School District will vote to discontinue the ADA building modification capital reserve fund established in 1998. Said funds, with accumulated interest to date of withdrawal, are to be transferred to the school district's general fund. (Majority vote required). (Recommended by the School Board - Recommended by the Budget Committee). 10. To see if the Wilton School District will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of up to three thousand dollars ($3,000.00) to be added to the school district building maintenance and improvement capital reserve fund previously established with such amount to be funded from the year end undesignated fund balance available on July 1, 2003. (Recommended by the School Board - Recommended by the Budget Committee). S3 11. To see if the Wilton School District will vote to approve the cost items included in the collective bargaining agreement reached between the Wilton School Board and the Wilton Education Association, which calls for the following increases in salaries and benefits: Yearl 2002-2003 Cost $44,258.00 (It is contemplated that no additional funds will be required to fund the appropriation for the 2002-2003 fiscal year due to savings realized on attrition and medical insurance savings) Year 2 2003-2004 Cost $82,061.00 and further to raise and appropriate the sum of eighty-two thousand sixty- one dollars ($82,061 .00) for the 2003-2004 fiscal year, such sum representing the additional costs attributable to the increase in salaries and benefits over those of the total appropriation at current staffing levels paid in the current fiscal year. (Recommended by the School Board - Recommended by the Budget Committee). 12. To see if the Wilton School District, if article # 1 1 is defeated, authorize the governing body to call one special meeting, at its option, to address article # 1 1 cost items only? (Recommended by the School Board - Not recommended by the Budget Committee). 13. To transact any other business that may legally come before this meeting. GIVEN UNDER OUR HANDS AT SAID WILTON THIS DAY OF FEBRUARY 2003. Joyce Fisk Gilbert P. Hargrove Edward Popek SCHOOL BOARD A true copy attest SCHOOL BOARD S4 WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT ANNUAL MEETING March 14, 2002, Florence Rideout Elementary School Moderator Richard Rockwood called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m. with the results of the election. 543 ballots cast 1 3 absentee ballots Total ballots 556 School Board Member - Joyce Fisk 475 Moderator - Richard Rockwood 73 (write in) to be determined Clerk - Kelly Eshback 14 (write in) to be determined Treasurer - Barry Greene 5 (write in) to be determined Auditors - John Hutchinson 6 (write in) to be determined Carlene Brown 6 (write in) to be determined The warrant was read as printed. Joyce Fisk moved that the following people be permitted to speak on School District affairs; Francine Fullam, Superintendent of Schools; Carolann Wais, Assistant Superintendent of Schools; Edmund Heffernan, Principal; and Janet Folger, Special Education Director. Gilbert Hargrove seconded the motion. By voice vote the motion passed. Article 6: Joyce Fisk moved that the reports of agents, auditors, committees, or officers chosen be accepted as printed in the school district report. Betsy Warren seconded the motion. By voice vote the motion passed. Article 7: Betsy Warren moved that the District vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $2,289,845.00 for the support of schools, for the payment of salaries for the school district officials and agents, and for the payment of statutory obligations of the district. Gilbert Hargrove seconded the motion. With no discussion the motion passed by voice vote. Article 8: Gilbert Hargrove moved that the District vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $20,000.00 to be added to the School District Building Maintenance and Improvement Capital Reserve Fund previously established, with such amounts to be funded from the year end undesignated fund balance available on July 1, 2002. Joyce Fisk seconded the motion. S5 Donna Hoover asked the amount currently in the fund. Betsy Warren stated the balance as of January 18, 2002 to be $41,773.32. Questions were raised as to the purpose of the fund and the wording of the article. Gilbert Hargrove explained details of unexpected maintenance expenses incurred. It was clarified that the school board is agent for said fund and can access it without a warrant. By voice vote the motion passed. Article 9: to transact any other business that may legally come before this meeting. Stuart Draper moved to adjourn the meeting. Mark Whitehill seconded the motion. The meeting was adjourned at 7:37 p.m. A True Attest Kelly C. Eshback School District Clerk S6 WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT MARCH 12, 2002 ELECTION RESULTS SCHOOL BOARD TREASURER Joyce Fisk 475 John Hutchinson 3 Sandy Webber 1 Barry Greene 5 Kelly Eshback 1 Richard Rockwood 1 Jean Sullivan 1 Larry Brown 3 Pam Page 4 MODERATOR Stuart Draper Richard Rockwood 73 Michael Neville Dick Putnam Joe Torre Richard Greeley patti Anderson Bill Keefe Carlene Brown Barry Greene 2 Margaret Pratt Alice Mitchell Spencer Brookes Jane Farrell Eric Fowler 7 AUDITORS Tim Farrell John Hutchinson 6 Dale Walker Doris Boutwell 5 Bill Draper Carlene Brown Mickey Pierterse 6 CLERK Marsha Foster Kelly Eshback 14 Donna Hoover Kame Farrell 5 Jane Farrell David Smith Charles Sullivan Cornelis Pieterse Barry Greene Mary Ann Shea Gail Proctor Robert Hill Betsy Castro Priscilla Jowders Carlene Brown Gretchen Hutchinson S7 STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE WILTON. NEW HAMPSHIRE SPECIAL DISTRICT MEETING - OCTOBER 4. 2002 Mark Whitehill. serving as Moderator, called the meeting to order at 7:30 pm. The warrant was read as posted beginning with Article 6. Gilbert Hargrove moved that the following individuals be permitted to speak as needed on School District affairs. Francine Fullam. Superintendent of Schools Carolann Wais. Assistant Superintendent of Schools Edmund Heffeman. Principal Betsy Warren. Past School Board Member The motion was seconded by Joyce Fisk. The motion passed by voice vote. ARTICLE 6 Joyce Fisk moved that the District vote to receive the report and recommendations of the Fact Finder, appointed pursuant to RSA 273-A. dated April 29. 2002. with respect to a proposed Three Year Collective Bargaining Agreement between the School District and the Wilton Education Association. Gilbert Hargrove seconded the motion. Stuart Draper spoke in favor of a raise but four percent was a higher figure than offered to town employees. He also addressed the upcoming reassessment in town and its tax impact. Cary Hughes spoke as Chairman of the Budget Committee. The Committee was unanimous in its decision not to support this article citing town employee raises had been held at three percent. Diana Hargrove asked how this might affect this years tax bills. Gilbert Hargrove explained that through attrition of previous teacher's salaries that there would be no increase to this years tax bills. Sandy Webber felt that the figures were not unreasonable. Moderator Whitehill motioned for a secret ballot. Second by Stuart Draper. The discussion followed as to the consequences of the vote. By voice vote the motion passed. Polls opened at 7:50 pm. By 8:03 pm the results were announced. With 35 yes votes and 1 1 no votes the article passed. ARTICLE 7 Joyce Fisk moved that the District vote to approve and provide for the funding of the recommendations found in the Fact Finder's Report dealing with the cost S3 of salary and benefits for the 2002-2003, 2003-2004, and 2004-2005 school years and to raise and appropriate the following sums to fund the recommendations. Year 2002-2003 estimated increase -0- (no dollars impact on budget in year 1 due to savings realized on medical insurance and attrition). Year 2003-2004 $52,348.00 Year 2004-2005 $58,430.00 Gilbert Hargrove seconded the motion. Betsy Warren spoke on behalf of the School Board. It was presented that the board offered a modest salary increase and change in benefits, the teachers were asking for a large salary increase and no change in benefits. The School District presently pays 92.5% of health insurance regardless of plan ( single,, two person, or family plan). Raises are paid in two parts, part one- step (based on years of service - not performance based), part two - by percent. The Wilton School District offers a fourteen step scale. At year fifteen a teacher moves off the step scale and is paid by the percentage portion of raises. Various handouts were made available. First- Health Insurance Projections; Second - Contract Issued for the three years; Third - A Salary and Benefit Calculation & Comparison; Fourth - The Fact Finders Report. These documents were presented by Betsy Warren who wished that the taxpayers do not vote in favor the the report and take away from the School Board the ability to negotiate with the teachers over contract issues. Ingrid Howard spoke on behalf of the Wilton Teachers Association. The Wilton Education Association voted in accept the Fact Finding Report in its entirety. They agreed to an increase in insurance contribution which would bring a savings to the District in its first year. The expected 30% increase in insurance costs were overrated, costs actually being 17.4% and 19.80 % according to different plans. Questions arose regarding the fund balance if $55,208.00 (the difference between budgeted salaries and actual contracted salaries) and unreserved balances voted upon at last March's' District Meeting. Ginny Day addresses the School Board asking what the options are if this vote fails. Ingrid Howard felt that this year's contract will be voted on at this meeting yet asked the School Board where they stood on this matter. Joyce Fisk, the Wilton School Board, responded after deliberation that they would re-enter negotiations for this year with a retroactive raise in March with monies available. After further discussion Mary Ann Shea moved the question. Second by Ginny Day. Without further discussion the Moderator read Article 7. By paper ballot Article 7 lost 22 voting in favor- 24 against. The Wilton School Board presented to Betsy Warren a gift and flowers for her years of service. A motion to adjourn was moved by Mark Whitehall. Seconded by Stuart Draper. The meeting was adjourned at 9:24pm. Respectfully submitted, £?&■ i j y ^Z- Kelly C. Eshback Acting Clerk S9 Florence Rideout Elementary School School Year 2001/2002 The 2001-2002 school year opened with an enrollment of 31 1 students in kindergarten through grade six. Our new teacher, Lisa Rivers, joined our special education staff. A major emphasis during this school year was in the area of teacher professional growth. A mandate from the New Hampshire State Department of Education required all school districts to develop a new professional growth plan. Teachers from Florence Rideout Elementary, Wilton Lyndeborough Cooperative, and Lyndeborough Central School participated in the development of this master plan. The Professional Growth Committee also participates in the Best Schools project to develop a school district implementation plan. Extra curricula programs continue to play an important role in our school. Show Choir, Drama Club, Science enrichment, and instrumental lessons were available to children during the course of the school year. Our thanks to all the wonderful volunteers who help make these programs possible. Improvement to our school building this year included the addition of a handicap ramp adjacent to the parking lot. This was the final project in our efforts to make our school fully accessible to individuals with disabilities. Our PTO continues to be an integral part of our school. Our Parent Teacher Organization supplements many classroom projects and programs for our children. In June three of our teachers retired from education after many dedicated years of service to the community of Wilton. Mrs. Virginia Gentes, Mr. Michael Margulies, and Mr. Gary Randlett touched the lives of so many children and adults at Florence Rideout Elementary School. Edmund T. Heffernan, Principal sin SPECIAL EDUCATION ANNUAL REPORT 2001-2002 The 2001-2002 school year started with stabilization in personnel. Janet Folger, the Special Education Director; Betty Einsidler-Moore, Service Coordinator; and Rita McChesney, part time secretary were with us last year. The special education teachers in Lyndeborough, WLC, Appleton, Greenville, Mason, and New Ipswich came back for another year. We filled four positions at Mascenic High School and Boynton Middle School. One position was added to the Florence Rideout Elementary School and a new teacher filled a vacancy. The New Hampshire Department of Education conducted a Special Education Program Approval Visit to SAU #63 on February 18-21, 2002 for the purpose of reviewing the present status of programs and services made available to children and youth with educational disabilities. As part of the Program Approval Visit, all of the schools in SAU #63 were reviewed. These include: Appleton Elementary School, Florence Rideout Elementary (with a special needs Kindergarten program), Greenville Elementary School, Lyndeborough Central School, Mason Elementary School (with a preschool special needs program), New Ipswich Central School, Boynton Middle School, Wilton-Lyndeborough Middle School, Wilton-Lyndeborough Sr. High School and Mascenic Regional High School. Activities related to this Program Approval Visit included the review of all application materials submitted by the SAU, verification of personnel credentials for special education staff, program descriptions, SPEDIS reports, and analysis of data collected during the visit. Data included the review of student case studies, interviews with staff, administrators, students and parents and classroom observations. Throughout the entire review process, the visiting team worked in collaboration with the staff of SAU #63. The visiting and building level teams summarized the collective data. The summaries outline identified areas of strength and areas of improvement needed for each school reviewed. The District then takes the summarized data and develops an action plan of goals and objectives which is submitted to the Department of Education, indicating what the District intends to work on in order to address areas of weakness. SAU #63 Action plan included updating policy and procedure manual, providing staff training, updating forms, addressing space needs, and developing more effective channels of communication. The SAU has already acted on that plan by developing a new policy and procedures manual and updating forms. The purpose of Special Education is to serve students with a variety of handicapping conditions, which impact their ability to learn. Special education is instruction specifically designed to meet the unique needs of an educationally challenged child. The educational support services may include, but are not limited to: participation in regular education with classroom modifications, attendance in a Resource Room or language based program, participation in the Life Skills program, behavioral, physical, occupational or speech therapy. sn Annual Report 2001-2002 The process and criteria for enrollment in Special Education are determined by federal and state mandated regulations. Our educational and support staff demonstrates a strong sense of dedication in identifying and serving our students' educational needs. In order to receive services, a student must meet criteria determined by federal and state guidelines. As of July 2001, the state of New Hampshire has adopted proposed changes in the Rules and Regulations. Students may be identified as having one or more of the following handicaps: specific learning disability, orthopedic impairment, mental retardation, serious emotional disturbance, other health impaired, deaf-blindness, multiple disabilities, autism, traumatic brain injury and developmental delay. Once students have gone through this process and met the criteria for receiving services, the educational team and the parents develop an Individualized Education Plan (D5P). The plan is then implemented utilizing the resources and accommodations indicated in the plan. We are providing special education service to 385+ students from preschool through high school. Most students' educational needs are met at their own local school; some students may attend programs at different schools within the district, while a number are placed out-of-district. Such placements are made when a student's educational needs are so significant that they cannot be met in any program in the SAU. The SAU special education staff continues to develop their expertise through ongoing professional development. They are committed to learning and to assisting the educational process for students with special needs. The Special Education Office may be reached at 878-1491, or at our e-mail address, firstname.lastname@example.org . Janet Folger, Special Education Director S12 TITLE I REPORT The Title I program provides services to approximately 21 5 students in seven schools throughout the supervisory union. Ten tutors, a director, and a secretary are employed by the grant. Teaching services are focused on language arts, math, and math word problems. Each tutor works with approximately twenty-two students. The Title I goal is to teach and encourage students to become successful and independent learners through supplemental instruction that focuses on individual student needs. The Title I program is non-discriminatory and is open to all students, grades K - 8, who score below the fiftieth percentile (basic level). The project integrates the language arts lower level skills of phonics, grammar, capitalization, sight words, punctuation, vocabulary, study skills, spelling, and computation within the higher level skills of reading comprehension, written expression, and math problem solving. Title I student growth is measured and/or monitored through report card reviews, pre and post testing of the Diagnostic Achievement Battery II and III, local district assessments such as first grade screenings, math and reading tests, and the state's annual student testing. Title I students maintain a portfolio of their work so that progress can be assessed during the year. In keeping with the state's recertification requirements, our staff development reflects the need for a long-term commitment to central themes in increasing our own teaching skills. We continue to expand our knowledge of Project Read Phonology, Written Expression, and Report Form; story telling; brain-based learning; and "at-risk" students. We also offer staff development opportunities to all supervisory union teaching staff. Our curriculum is aligned with the districts' curriculum and state testing. As of December, fifty students moved out of the program because of improvement in their test scores; however, fifty-eight new students have been referred for testing this fall. Every year, Title I students take part in a writing project which becomes a part of our Parents Night Celebration. This year, students studied poetry and wrote poems to share with their parents. During the Celebration, after listening to their children's poetry, parents had a chance to try the writing skills that their children had been learning. It was an interesting and entertaining evening for everyone. The poetry writing didn't stop with parents and Title I students. In one school, other teachers and students became enthusiastic about poetry writing. Eventually, thirty-four poems were submitted to the junior division contest of the Poetry Society of New Hampshire. Four of the students received Honorable Mentions and one student received Fourth Place. The students' work was published in the society's annual poetry book. Every year, Title I strives to improve the teaching and services extended to our students and their parents. We upgrade our teaching skills through staff development. We try to be in close communication with our parents and work cooperatively with the schools. Our purpose is to provide the best possible learning environment for Title I students. Submitted to: Francine Fullam, Superintendent Submitted by: Marie Anne Commoss, Title I Director December 1 8, 2002 S13 Notice of Public Hearing and School Administrative Unit No. 63 Meeting A public hearing and SAU No. 63 board meeting will be held on Tuesday, December 3, 2002 in the library at Mascenic Regional High School, New Ipswich, NH at 7:30 PM. (Snow date to be December 1 0, 2002 ) School Administrative Unit No. 63 includes the school districts of Wilton, Lyndeborough, Wilton-Lyndeborough and Mascenic Regional. Preliminary Budget Office of the Superintendent Special Education Administration Business Services Maintenance/Rental Psychologist Services Sp ee ch Services 0T and PT Services SPED Grants TrtJe I A.B.E. Minus Anticipated Federal Funding Gretchen Dunn, Chair - SAU Board 2003-2004 260.163 230,763 162,577 27,644 135,981 132,987 128,209 115,965 318.161 10,970 Total Budget | 1,523,420l 590,021 Minus Application of Unreserved Fund Balance 1 00,000 Amount to be shared by districts: 833,3991 Apportionment to Districts Proposed 2003-3004 Budget Districts: Wilton Eq. Val. 2001 157,732,712 Lyndeborough 67,389,271 WLCoop 171,905,990 Mascenic 414,727,627 Val. 2001-02 Combined District __% Pupils % Share 19.4 304.1 16.5 Total 8.3 118.5 6.8 Total 21.2 361.6 18.6 Total 51.1 1464.4 58.1 66,063 44,038 16,357 31.249 157,707 27,226 16,086 3,161 5,607 52,080 74,471 50,103 2,258 6,837 133,669 232,623 153,472 28,400 75,448 SAU SPED speech 0.T7P.T. SAU SPED speech 0.T./P.T. SAU SPED speech 0.T./P.T. SAU SPED speech 0.T./P.T. Total 489,943 Totals 811,755,600 100.0% 2248.6 100.0* 833,399] S14 School Administrative Unit No. 63 Apportionment Based on the Proposed 2003-2004 Budget Basis for Apportionment of Costs Among School Districts - RSA 1 94-C:9: The apportionment shall be based 1 /2 on the average membership in attendance for the previous school year and 1 /2 on the most recently available equalized valuation of each school district as of June 30 of the preceding school year. 2001 2001-02 Average 2003-04 District Eq.Valuation Ratio ADM Ratio Ratio Net Budget Wilton 157,732,712 19.4% 304.1 13.5% 16.5% 66,063 Lyndeborough 67,389,271 8.3% 118.5 5.3% 6.8% 27,226 WLCoop 171,905,990 21.2% 361.6 16.1% 18.6% 74,471 Mascenic 414,727,627 51.1% 1464.4 65.1% 58.1% 232,623 811,755,600 100.0% 2248.6 100.0% 100.0% 400,384 2002-03 2002-03 2003-04 2003-04 District Ratio Net Budget Ratio Budget Wilton 17.6% 73,922 16.5% 66,063 Lyndeborough 7.3% 30,661 6.8% 27,226 WLCoop 17.8% 74,762 18.6% 74,471 Mascenic 57.3% 240.666 58.1% 232,623 100.0% 420,01 1 100.0% 400,384 Special Education Apportionment of Costs Based on Number of Students Served: District Students Ratio Budget Wilton 57 16.7% 44,038 Lyndeborough 21 6.1% 16,086 WLCoop 65 19.0% 50,103 Mascenic 199 58.2% 153,472 342 100.0% 263,698 12/3/02 S15 CO o o CNJ CM O O CNJ LO- LL < I- CO O X LU Z> CD o in )J CD Q => m S w ^t <( cm m j o y ifi uu O LU HI < HI ^ LU Q £ O 1(50(0000 CO CM CM CM CO CD -^ -^ CM CM CO CM v- t- .« ~, ^ I s " ~, °^ W ID O IDCMO^CM^.^^^ ID CO CO "<* ID ID CO •" CM °° * o o x o CO X I LU LU _l LU I- o LU Q X LU O LU X o LU < Z X ID CD CO + ^ £ CD o CO + CD X CD X CD CD X X ID + CD X CD X CD CD CD XXX ID + CO CO CO CO CO CD X X X X X ff Q Q Q Q Q o CO + CD X o ID + CD X O M J LULULULULULU UJ LijLU 99ES98992898999 WLUyLUwLUwujLUmWLULULULU. LU < I- CD 3 S16 FLORENCE RIDEOUT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SUPPORT STAFF 2002 - 2003 LAST NAME FIRST NAME APFELBERG KERSTIN AVRON PATRICIA BILLS JOSEPH BROWN CHRISTOPHER CARAVELLA ELLEN CARR THOMAS CARTER DAVID CARTER KELLY CARTER TRACI CHAPMAN ERIN DAILEY GISELE ESHBACK KELLY FAIRBANKS GAIL GARDOS LOUISE GRIFFIN PAMELA HARKLEROAD ANN HUTCHINSON GRETCHEN LAURENT ELAINE LIEBERMANN MELISSA POLSON PATRICIA ROY BARRY SALISBURY STACIE SNOWDON DIANE STARK DEBRA SWATKO LISA TOWNSEND NANCY TRACHIM WALTER WINTERS ELIZABETH posmoN AIDE - SPECIAL EDUCATION SECRETARY CUSTODIAN CUSTODIAN - PART TIME TITLE 1 TUTOR CUSTODIAN CUSTODIAN SECRETARIAL CLERK - PART TIME AIDE - SPECIAL EDUCATION AIDE - SPECIAL EDUCATION AIDE - SPECIAL EDUCATION AIDE - KINDERGARTEN TITLE 1 TUTOR INSTRUCTIONAL AIDE- SPECIAL EDUCATION LIBRARY AIDE AIDE - SPECIAL EDUCATION AIDE AIDE 1.1 AIDE AIDE - SPECIAL EDUCATION CONSULTING PSYCHOLOGIST 1.1 AIDE KINDERGARTEN-SPECIAL EDUCATION AIDE - SPECIAL EDUCATION AIDE - SPECIAL EDUCATION 1 .1 AIDE - SPECIAL EDUCATION AIDE TECH COORDINATOR 40% AIDE - SPECIAL EDUCATION S17 ANNUAL SCHOOL HEALTH SERVICE REPORT FLORENCE RIDEOUT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 2001-2002 Report of School Nurse-Teacher Vision tests 82 Hearing tests 80 Inspections 2880 First aid 11,677 Heights and weights 320 Scoliosis screenings 139 Communicable Diseases: Chicken Pox 4 Pediculosis 6 Fifth Disease 1 Strep Throat 14 Conjunctivitis 3 Defects found by School Nurse-Teacher: Scoliosis referrals 15 Ear infections 45 Vision referrals 16 Fractured right wrist 1 Fractured right index finger 1 Asthma attack requiring ambulance 1 Medications Administered: 3101 Conducted: Growth and Development, grades 4 through 6 Rescue Breathing classes and assisted with Basic Aid Training, grade 5 Red Cross Babysitting course, 32 students Flu Clinic for staff Submitted, Ingrid Howard, R.N. June 2002 S18 WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT STATISTICS FOR SCHOOL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2002 BOYS GIRLS TOTAL PERCENT OF ATTENDANCE AVERAGE DAILY ATTENDANCE AVERAGE DAILY MEMBERSHIP KINDERGARTEN R-6 26 138 21 136 47 274 95.0 96.5 21.3 271.7 20.7 282.7 WILTON CENSUS REPORT - FALL 2002 (Age 1 day to 18 years inclusive) BOYS 467 GIRLS 491 TOTAL 958 Attending Public Schools Outside District Attending Private Schools Outside District Attending Private Schools Within District Attending Parochial Schools Outside District Home School 11 6 97 39 25 S19 School District: Wilton School District School Year 2002 Date Cash Received From All Sources During The Current Month From Whom Source Month Ending: June Amount 6/6/02 Town of Wilton June Appropriation $104,985.50 6/14/02 Primex u/comp. Excess cont. 2001 (1990) $1,994.00 Primex P/C Rish Mgt Return (1990) $3,067.00 State of New Hampshire Medicaid (02-4580) $196.91 Mascenic Regional School Kindergarten Tuition 2001-2002 $9,731.52 Lyndesp. Kindergarten Tuition 2001-2002 $2,432.88 6/30/02 State of New Hampshire Medicaid $618.41 MBIA Interest $78.18 Fleet Bank Interest $98.75 Received from Selectmen $104.985.50 Received from State Funds Received from Federal Funds $815.32 Received from Tuitions $12.164.40 Received from Trust Funds Received from Notes & Bonds (P) Received from Capital Reserve Funds Received from All Other Sources Total Received During the Month $123,203,15 Current District Assessment Received from Selectmen to Date Due from Town Balance of Year $104.985.50 $1.353.72914 $161,359,86 Cash on Hand, July 1 $169429.51 Total Received from Selectmen to Date $1 347 884 00 Total Received from State Funds to Date $708 995 76 Total Received from Federal Funds to Date $27 362 91 Total Received from Tuitions to Date $14597 28 Total Received from Trust Funds to Date $2 869.80 Total Received from Notes & Bonds to Date (Principal Only) Total Received from Capital Reserve Funds Total Received from All Other Sources to Date $23,159.33 TOTAL RECEIPTS TO DATE $2 294.298.59 LESS SCHOOL BOARD ORDERS PAID TO DATE $2 163 970.72 BALANCE ON HAND PER THE TREASURES ACCOUNT $130.327.87 To the School Board: The above is a correct statement of the transactions of the Treasurer to date. \-M ^nrtjc LjfSi \ \ School Di ^trjpt Treasurer^ S20 AUDITORS' CERTIFICATE This is to certify that we have examined the books, vouchers, bank statements, and other financial records of the treasurer of the Wilton School District, Wilton, New Hampshire of which the above is a true summary for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, and find them correct in all aspects. jteL 'Dafe ^ IJjJJi . y</- 7/lA/Iu/vli^m.ox L/CWC fnato ' _ auditor Date S21 GENERAL $ 637,916.00 $ 14,597.28 $ 4,935.57 $ 2,869.80 $ 7,690.96 $ 838.77 WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2002 STATEMENT OF REVENUES F EDER AL TRUST 1000 REVENUE FROM LOCAL SOURCES 1211 CURRENT APPROPRIATION 1300 TUITION FROM INDIVIDUAL 1500 EARNINGS ON INVESTMENTS 1920 CONTRIBUTIONS & DONATIONS 1990 OTHER LOCAL REVENUE RENTALS REFUND OF PRIOR YEAR EXPENDITURES $ 111.82 3000 REVENUE FROM STATE SOURCES 3111 ADEQUACY AID (GRANT) $ 689,736.00 31 1 2 ADEQUACY AID (STATE TAX) $ 709,968.00 CATASTROPHIC AID $ 18,774.52 4000 REVENUE FROM FEDERAL SOURCES 4580 MEDICAID DISTRIBUTION $ 7,762.91 OTHER RESTRICTED FEDERAL AID $21 ,363.40 5200 INTERFUND TRANSFERS 5251 CAPITAL RESERVE FUND $30,000.00 TOTAL REVENUES $ 2,095,201.63 $21,363.40 $30,981.77 S22 WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT FINANCIAL REPORT OF SCHOOL BOARD FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2002 EXPENDITURES 1000 INSTRUCTION 1100 REGULAR EDUCATION PROGRAMS 112 TEACHER SALARIES $ 731,232.38 200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 189,529.65 430 REPAIRS & MAINT. SERVICES 3,839.37 610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER/TESTS 29,162.76 641 BOOKS & OTHER PRINTED MEDIA 22,81 1 .85 650 COMPUTER SOFTWARE 1,576.06 731 NEW EQUIPMENT 1,366.25 735 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 5,514.45 890 MISCELLANEOUS 5,053.76 1110-114 TEACHER AIDE SALARIES 40,801.37 200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 3,413.90 1120-114 SUBSTITUTE SALARIES 10,361.42 200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 946.03 1210 SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS 112 SPED TEACHER SALARIES 106,931.50 200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 27,427.24 610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER/TEST 1,176.26 641 BOOKS AND OTHER PRINTED MEDIA 2,376.96 650 COMPUTER SOFTWARE 200.09 731 NEW EQUIPMENT 800.00 735 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 100.00 1211-114 SPED TEACHER AIDE SALARIES 66,512.06 200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 5,570.61 1212-122 SPED TUTOR/SUMMER PROG. SALARIES 7,148.86 200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 719.50 1213-122 SPED TUTOR SALARIES 2,542.50 200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 259.85 1290 OTHER SPECIAL PROGRAMS 561 PUBLIC - IN STATE TUITION 2,778.75 562 PUBLIC - OUT OF STATE TUITION 29,552.88 569 PRIVATE IN & OUT OF STATE TUITION 2122-112 GUIDANCE SALARIES 20,094.25 200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 6,997.20 323 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES (TESTING) 565.64 610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER/TESTS 336.76 2130 HEALTH SERVICES 2134-112 NURSES SALARIES 44,353.00 200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 12,571.80 610 GENERAL SUPPLIES/PAPER 1,238.27 735 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 894.00 890 MISCELLANEOUS 61.60 S23 2142 SPED SUPPORT SERVICES 323 PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING SERVICES 195.00 2152-323 SPEECH SERVICES 9,856.42 2153-323 AUDIOLOGICAL TESTING SERVICES 878.85 2163-323 OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY SERVICES 1,864.18 2190-323 OTHER STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES 20,349.30 2143 PSYCHOLOGICAL COUNSELING SERVICES 114 ASSOCIATE PSYCHOLOGIST SALARY 14,853.00 200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 1,606.27 610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER/TESTS 116.55 2159 SPED RELATED SERVICES - SAU 323 SPEECH SERVICES 10,783.00 323 OCCUPATIONAL & PHYSICAL THERAPY 19,125.00 2210 IMPROVEMENT OF INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES 240 TUITION REIMBURSEMENT 900.00 290 STAFF DEVELOPMENT 5,715.00 2220 EDUCATION MEDIA SERVICES 2221-114 LIBRARY AIDE SALARY 9,660.34 200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 812.81 430 REPAIRS & MAINT. SERVICE 67.00 610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER 436.59 640 BOOKS & OTHER PRINTED MEDIA 5,001.72 649 OTHER INFORMATION RESOURCES 468.24 731 NEW EQUIPMENT 140.49 735 REPLACEMENT OF EQUIPMENT 1,971.00 2223-610 GENERAL SUPPLIES 568.15 2310 SCHOOL BOARD SERVICES 120 CENSUS ENUMERATOR 600.00 220 SOCIAL SECURITY 49.53 120 SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS 300.00 220 SOCIAL SECURITY 4.35 120 CLERK 50.00 120 TREASURER 400.00 220 SOCIAL SECURITY 30.60 120 AUDITOR 150.00 220 SOCIAL SECURITY 11.48 330 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES (LEGAL) 10,339.06 520 LIABILITY INSURANCE 1,980.00 534 POSTAGE 300.25 540 ADVERTISING 6,403.01 610 GENERAL SUPPLIES/PAPER 664.49 810 DUES & FEES 2,289.99 890 MISCELLANEOUS 558.90 2300 EXEC. ADMINISTRATION SERVICES - SAU 2321-312 OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT 70,800.00 2332-319 SPECIAL EDUCATION ADM. 30,936.00 S24 2410 OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL 2410-113 PRINCIPAL SALARIES 200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 430 REPAIRS & MAINT. SERVICES 531 TELEPHONE 534 POSTAGE FEES 550 PRINTING 610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER 650 COMPUTER SOFTWARE 810 DUES & FEES 2411-114 SECRETARIAL SALARIES 200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 62,383.00 17,089.42 3,686.73 5,699.32 864.27 1,471.78 2,129.66 150.00 525.00 30,163.31 13,752.68 2490-890 ASSEMBLY & GRADUATION EXPENSES 50.00 2620-114 CUSTODIAN SALARIES 70,936.15 200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 25,700.58 411 WATER/SEWERAGE 10,545.00 421 DISPOSAL SERVICES 2,500.00 422 SNOW REMOVAL 400.00 424 LAWN & GROUNDS CARE 1,333.86 430 REPAIRS & MAINT. SERVICES 84,599.46 520 BUILDING INSURANCE 7,613.00 610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER 8,074.95 622 ELECTRICITY 14,070.58 624 OIL 19,862.03 731 NEW EQUIPMENT 5,207.40 735 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 815.00 2720 PUPIL TRANSPORTATION SERVICES 2721-519 STUDENT TRANSPORTATION 80,447.00 2722-519 SPECIAL ED TRANSPORTATION 16,154.50 2725-519 FIELD TRIP/CO-CURRICULAR TRANSPORTATION 333.00 FUND TRANSFERS 5251-930 CAPITAL RESERVE FUND 30,000.00 TOTAL EXPENDITURES $ 2,134,613.08 S25 WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT STATEMENT OF ANALYSIS OF CHANGES IN FUND EQUITY FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2002 FUND EQUITY JULY 1,2001 GENERAL FEDERAL CAPITAL RESERVE FUND FUND FUND 137,531.65 $ 35,901.44 ADDITIONS: REVENUE OTHER ADDITIONS $ 2,095,201.63 $ 6,289.88 $ 21,363.40 $ 30,981.77 DELETIONS: EXPENDITURES OTHER DELETIONS $ 2,134,613.08 $ 21,363.40 $ 5,925.13 FUND EQUITY JUNE 30, 2002 $ 104,410.08 $ 60,958.08 WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT BALANCE SHEET FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2002 ASSETS CASH $ 130,327.87 INTERFUND RECEIVABLES $ 1,763.40 INTERGOVERNMENTAL RECEIVABLES TOTAL ASSETS $ 132,091.27 $ 1,763.40 $ 1,763.40 $ 60,958.08 $ 60,958.08 LIABILITIES INTERFUND PAYABLES OTHER PAYABLES TOTAL LIABILITIES $ 27,681.19 $ 27,681.19 $ 1,763.40 $ 1,763.40 FUND EQUITY RESERVED FOR AMOUNTS VOTED $ 20,000.00 RESERVED FOR SPECIAL PURPOSES UNRESERVED FUND BALANCE $ 84,410.08 $ 60,958.08 TOTAL LIABILITIES & FUND EQUITY $ 132,091.27 $ 1,763.40 $ 60,958.08 S26 WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT Actual Expenditures for Special Education Programs and Services (As Required by RSA 32:1 1 -a) Itemized Special Education Expenditures 1.) Salary/Benefits 2.) Purchased Services 3.) Supplies/Equipment 4.) Tuition 5.) Transportation Expenditure Amount 2000 - 2001 212,254.47 106,444.53 3,065.07 13,280.24 70,442.00 Expenditure Amount 2001-2002 233,571.39 93,987.75 4,769.86 32,331.63 16,154.50 Total Expenditures 405,486.31 380,815.13 Itemized Revenue Sources 1.) Catastrophic Aid 2.) Adequacy Grant 3.) IDEA Entitlement (Grant) 4.) Medicaid 5.) Private Insurance Revenue Amount 2000 - 2001 22,500.00 98,687.00 26,499.05 7,007.97 Revenue Amount 2001-2002 18,774.52 124,825.00 46,986.57 7,762.91 0.00 Total Revenues 154,694.02 198,349.00 Actual District Cost for Special Education $ 250,792.29 $ 182,466.13 S27 Wilton School District Proposed 2003-2004 Budget Summary Sheet Account # Description 2002-03 2003-04 Plus/Minus 1100/1130 2122 2134 2210/2212 2221/2222/23 2311/2319 2321 2410/2411/90 2610/20 2721 2644 5221/5251 1210/1213 1290 2142/2190 2143 2159/2191 2332 2722 Regular Education Guidance Services Health Services Improvement of Inst Services Educational Media Services School Board Services Administrative Services - SAU School Administration Services Operation & Maintenance of Plant Student Transportation Information Management Services Fund Transfers Regular Education Totals Decrease over 02-03 accounts budgeted Special Education SPED Tuition SPED Support Services Psychological Counseling Services SPED Related Services - SAU Administrative Services - SPED SPED Student Transportation Special Education Totals Increase over 02-03 accounts budgeted Total Regular & Special Education Increase Minus Warrant Article Total Vote Budget 02-03 1,115,602 1,077,958 -37,644 30,661 30,479 -182 60,206 60,890 684 8.000 8,000 21,420 21,251 -169 16,345 23.820 7,475 73,922 66,063 -7.859 147,124 154,652 7,528 202,684 205,881 3,197 86,578 86,578 23,257 21.441 -1,816 1.785,799 ed 1.757.013 -28,786 -1.6% 326,190 321.669 -4,521 4,713 78,789 74,076 59,406 77,810 18,404 17,734 17,842 108 37.531 47,606 10,075 41,717 44,038 2.321 16.755 50,758 34,003 504.046 sd 638,512 134,466 26.7% 2,289,845 2,395,525 105,680 4.6% 20,000 2,309,845 1/24/2003 S28 Wilton School District Florence Rideout Expended Budgeted Budgeted Proposed Elementary School 2001-2002 2001-2002 2002-2003 2003-2004 Regular Education Programs 1100 112 Teacher Salaries 731,232.38 732,608 739,608 691,615 1100 211 Medical Insurance 105,012.85 108,023 137,685 142,351 1100 212 Dental Insurance 5,741.49 6,624 6,625 7,589 1100 213 Life Insurance 684.70 648 702 702 1100 214 Disability Insurance 1,827.93 1,905 1,861 1,732 1100 220 Social Security 55,085.48 56,045 56,580 52,909 1100 232 Retirement 18,381.86 20,272 19,082 17,676 1100 250 Unemployment 667.63 760 760 760 1100 260 Workers' Compensation 2,127.71 6,227 6,287 5,671 Total 920,762.03 933,112 969,190 921,005 1100 430 Repairs & Maintenance Services 3,839.37 3,200 3,200 3,200 1100 610 General Supplies/Paper/Tests 29,162.76 28,493 26,923 29,877 1100 641 Books & Other Printed Media 22,811.85 22,742 16,196 20,857 1100 650 Computer Software 1,576.06 1,200 1,200 1,620 1100 731 New Equipment 1,366.25 465 370 940 1100 735 Replacement Equipment 5,514.45 4,950 4,225 3,200 1100 890 Miscellaneous 5,053.76 4,800 5,300 5,300 Total 69,324.50 65,850 57,414 64,994 I 1110 1 1 4 : Teacher Aide Salaries 40,801.37 42,804 53,721 56,474 1110 220 j Social Security 3,118.61 3,275 4,110 4,320 1110 250 1 Unemployment 161.18 160 200 200 1110 260J Workers' Compensation 134.11 364 457 463 i Total 44,215.27 46,603 58,488 61,457 1120 114 Substitute Salaries 10,361.42 20,000 20,000 20,000 1 1 20 1 220 ! Social Security 792.72 1,530 1,530 1,530 11 20 1 250 1 Unemployment 90.67 90 90 90 1120 260 Workers' Compensation 62.64 170 170 164 Total 11,307.45 21,790 21,790 21,784 ! | 1130 114| Homebound Tutor Salaries 0.00 8,000 8,000 8,000 1130 220 1 Social Security 0.00 612 612 612 1130 250 1 Unemployment 0.00 40 40 40 1130 260 1 Workers' Compensation 0.00 68 68 66 Total 0.00 8,720 8,720 8,718 I Regular Education Totals 1,045,609.25 1,076,075 1,115,602 1,077,958 S29 Wilton School District Florence Rideout Expended Budgeted Budgeted Proposed Elementary School 2001-2002 2001-2002 2002-2003 2003-2004 Special Education Programs 1210 112 SPED Teacher Salaries 106,931.50 104,555 137,406 133,461 1210 211 Medical Insurance 14,756.78 23,525 40,117 22,613 1210 212 Dental Insurance 949.29 1,092 1,456 1,668 1210 213 Life Insurance 109.30 108 156 156 1210 214 Disability Insurance 262.74 272 371 360 1210 220 Social Security 8,116.16 7,998 10,512 10,210 1210 232 Retirement 2,784.54 3,043 3,545 3,523 1210 250 Unemployment 120.88 120 160 160 1210 260 Workers' Compensation 327.55 889 1,168 1,094 Total 134,358.74 141,602 194,891 173,245 1210 430 Repairs & Maintenance Services 0.00 200 200 1210 610 General Supplies/Paper/tests 1,176.26 2,000 2,000 2,000 1210 641 Books & Other Printed Media 2,376.96 1,500 1,500 2,500 1210 650 Computer Software 200.09 200 400 500 1210 731 New Equipment 800.00 800 200 100 1210 735 Replacement Equipment 100.00 100 200 Total 4,653.31 4,800 4,300 5,300 1211 114 SPED Aide Salaries 66,512.06 64,004 108,608 1 1 1 ,395 1211 220 Social Security 5,088.11 4,896 8,308 8,522 1211 250 Unemployment 282.07 280 440 520 1211 260 Workers' Compensation 200.43 544 923 913 Total 72,082.67 69,724 118,279 121,350 1212 122 SPED Tutor Salaries (Summer) 7,148.86 8,000 8,000 8,000 1212 220 Social Security 546.60 612 612 612 1212 232 Retirement 107.56 1212 250 Unemployment 40.29 40 40 40 1212 260 Workers' Compensation 25.05 68 68 66 Total 7,868.36 8,720 8,720 8,718 1213 122 SPED Tutor Salaries 2,542.50 12,000 1213 220 Social Security 194.51 918 1213 250 Unemployment 40.29 40 1213 260 Workers' Compensation 25.05 98 Total 2,802.35 13,056 Special Education Totals 221,765.43 224,846 326,190 321,669 1/24/2003 S30 Wilton School District Florence Rideout Expended Budgeted Budgeted Proposed Elementary School 2001-2002 2001-2002 2002-2003 2003-2004 Other Special Programs 1290 561 Public - In State Tuition 2,778.75 5,000 2,613 21,789 1290 562 Public - Out of State Tuition 29,552.88 1290 563 Private In & Out of State Tuition 0.00 47,544 2,100 57,000 Total 32,331.63 52,544 4,713 78,789 Other Special Program Totals 32,331.63 52,544 4,713 78,789 Guidance Services 2122 112 Guidance Salaries 20,094.25 20,219 20,219 20,219 2122 211 Medical Insurance 5,059.21 6,023 7,214 7,007 2122 212 Dental Insurance 287.68 218 219 250 2122 213 Life Insurance 0.00 22 2122 214 Disability Insurance 0.00 53 2122 220 Social Security 1,546.65 1,547 1,547 1,547 2122 232 Retirement 0.00 588 2122 250 Unemployment 40.29 40 40 40 2122 260 Workers' Compensation 63.37 172 172 166 Total 27,091.45 28,882 29,411 29,229 2122 323 Professional Services (Testing) 565.64 500 500 500 2122 610 General Supplies/Paper/Tests 336.76 750 750 750 Total 902.40 1,250 1,250 1,250 Guidance Services Totals 27,993.85 30,132 30,661 30,479 Health Services 2134 112 Nurses Salaries 44,353.00 44,353 44,353 44,353 2134j 211 Medical Insurance 7,450.04 7,436 8,906 9,602 2134 212 Dental Insurance 316.54 364 364 417 2134 213 Life Insurance 38.40 36 39 39 2134 214 Disability Insurance 119.76 115 120 120 2134 220 Social Security 3,323.60 3,393 3,393 3,393 2134 232 Retirement 1,144.27 1,291 1,144 1,171 2134 250 Unemployment 40.29 40 40 40 2134 260 Workers' Compensation 138.90 377 377 364 Total 56,924.80 57,405 58,736 59,499 2134 580 Travel 0.00 100 50 50 2134 610 General Supplies/Paper 1,238.27 1,000 1,170 1,091 2134 735 Replacement Equipment 894.00 900 2134 890 Miscellaneous 61.60 100 250 250 Total 2,193.87 2,100 1,470 1,391 Health Services Totals 59,118.67 59,505 60,206 60,890 [003 S31 1 Wilton School District Florence Rideout Expended Budgeted Budgeted Proposed Elementary School 2001-2002 2001-2002 2002-2003 2003-2004 SPED Support Services 2142] 323 1 Psychological Testing Services 195.00 2,000 2,000 1,000 2143 323 i Psychological Counseling Services 0.00 1,000 1,000 2152 323 Speech Services 9,856.42 8,939 20,040 43,110 2153 323 Audiological Testing Services 878.85 500 2162 323 Physical Therapy Services 0.00 5,040 5,040 1,000 2163 323 Occupational Therapy Services 1,864.18 7,860 11,880 22,000 2190 323 Other Student Support Services 20,349.30 6,000 19,446 10,200 Total 33,143.75 30,839 59,406 77,810 SPED Support Services Totals 33,143.75 30,839 59,406 77,810 Psychological Counseling Services 2 1 43 j 1 14 1 Associate Psychologist Salary 14,853.00 14,853 15,299 15,757 2143) 220 Social Security 1,136.31 1,136 1,170 1,205 2143 232 ! Retirement 383.25 432 395 415 2143 250 ! Unemployment 40.29J 40 40 40 2143 260 Workers' Compensation 46.42! 126 130 125 I ! i Total I 16,459.27 16,587 17,034 17,542 2143 580 i Travel/Conferences 0.00 j 100 100 2143 610! General Supplies/Paper 116.55 600 600 200 Total 116 55 600 700 300 | I ! Psychological Service Totals 16,575.82i 17,187 17,734 17,842 I I SPED Related Services - SAU 21591 323 Speech Services 10.783.00j 10,783 12,419 16,357 2161 323 O.T. and P.T. Services 19,125.00 19,125 25,112 31,249 I Total 29,908.00 1 29,908 37,531 47,606 SPED Related Serv. SAU Totals 29,908.00! 29,908 37,531 47,606 I Improvement of Instruction Services 2210 240! Tuition Reimbursement 900.00 1 1,000 1 1,000 1,000 2210l 290 Staff Development 5,715.00* 6,000 6,000 6,000 2210, 649 Other Information Resources 0.00 : ': Total | 6,615.00 7,000 1 7,000! 7,000 1 1 ! ; 1 Impr. of Instr. Services Totals 6,615.00 7,000j 7,000 7,000 I i I 1/24/2003 S32 Wilton School District Florence Rideout Expended Budgeted Budgeted Proposed Elementary School 2001-2002 2001-2002 2002-2003 2003-2004 Support Services - Instruction 2212 290 Inst. & Curriculum Development 0.00 1,000 1,000 1,000 Total 0.00 1,000 1,000 1,000 Support Serv. Instr. Totals 0.00 1,000 1,000 1,000 Educational Media Services 2221 114 Library Aide Salary 9,660.34 10,649 11,880 12,236 2221 220 Social Security 738.99 815 909 936 2221 250 Unemployment 40.29 40 40 40 2221 260 Workers' Compensation 33.53 91 101 100 Total 10,473.15 11,595 12,930 13,312 2222 430 Repairs & Maintenance Services 67.00 200 200 200 2222 610 General Supplies/Paper 436.59 975 975 800 2222 641 Books & Other Printed Media 5,001.72 4,500 5,000 5,000 2222 649 Other Information Resources 468.24 530 430 525 2222 731 New Equipment 140.49 2222 735 Replacement of Equipment 1,971.00 1,750 1,085 Total 8,085.04 7,955 7,690 6,525 Audio Visual Services 2223 610 General Supplies/Paper 568.15 800 800 900 2223 735 Replacement of Equipment 0.00 514 Total 568.15 800 800 1,414 Media/A. V. Services Totals 19,126.34 20,350 21,420 21,251 School Board Services 2310 120 Census Enumerator 600.00 600 600 600 2310 220 Social Security 49.53 46 46 46 2311 120 School Board Members 300.00 300 300 300 2311 220 Social Security 4.35 23 23 23 2312 120 Clerk 50.00 50 50 50 2312 220 Social Security 0.00 4 4 4 2313 120 Treasurer 400.00 400 400 600 2313 220 Social Security 30.60 31 31 46 2314 120 Ballot Clerks/Moderator 0.00 50 50 50 2314 220 Social Security 0.00 4 4 2317 120 Auditor 150.00 150 150 150 2317 220 Social Security 11.48 12 12 12 2003 S33 Wilton School District Florence Rideout Expended Budgeted Budgeted Proposed Elementary School 2001-2002 2001-2002 2002-2003 2003-2004 School Board Services continued 2318 330 Professional Services (Legal) 10,339.06 2,000 5,000 10,000 2319 319 Supervisors/Town 0.00 75 75 75 2319 520 SB Liability Insurance 1,980.00 2,500 2,500 2,500 2319 534 Postage 300.25 370 370 400 2319 540 Advertising 6,403.01 2,000 2,800 5,000 2319 610 General Supplies/Paper 664.49 500 650 680 2319 810 Dues & Fees 2,289.99 2,280 2,280 2,280 2319 890 Miscellaneous 558.90 1,000 1,000 1,000 Total 24,131.66 12,391 16,345 23,820 School Board Services Totals 24,131.66 12,391 16,345 23,820 Executive Administration Services SAU 2321 312 Office of the Superintendent 70,800.00 70,800 73,922 66,063 Total 70,800.00 70,800 73,922 66,063 Specific Area Administration Services SAU 2332 319 SPED Administration 30,936.00 30,936 41,717 44,038 Total 30,936.00 30,936 41,717 44,038 SAU Administration Totals 101,736.00 101,736 115,639 110,101 Support Services - School Administration 2410 113 Principal Salary 62,383.00 62,383 64,600 66,861 2410 211 Medical Insurance 10,052.80 10,039 12,023 12,965 2410 212 Dental Insurance 316.43 364 364 417 2410 21 3 1 Life Insurance 38.40 36 39 39 2410 214 1 Disability Insurance 166.92 162 174 181 2410 220 Social Security 4,654.30 4,772 4,942 5,115 2410 232 Retirement 1,625.00 1,815 1,667 1,765 2410 250 Unemployment 40.29 40 100 100 2410 260 Workers' Compensation 195.28 530 549 548 Total 79,472.42 80,141 84,458 87,991 2410 430 Repairs & Maintenance Services 3,686.73 3,800 4,300 4,300 2410 531 Telephone 5,699.32 3,000 4,000 4,500 2410 534 Postage 864.27 900 950 975 2410 550 Printing 1,471.78 1,000 1,250 1,250 2410 580 Travel/Conferences 0.00 500 500 500 1/24/2003 S34 Wilton School District Florence Rideout Expended Budgeted Budgeted Proposed Elementary School 2001-2002 2001-2002 2002-2003 2003-2004 Support Services - School Adm continued 2410 610 General Supplies/Paper 2,129.66 3,600 3,600 3,600 2410 650 Computer Software 150.00 300 300 300 2410 810 Dues & Fees 525.00 470 525 560 Total 14,526.76 13,570 15,425 15,985 2411 114 Secretarial Salary 30,163.31 28,547 30,619 32,438 2411 211 Medical Insurance 10,052.80 10,039 12,023 12,965 2411 212 Dental Insurance 316.43 364 364 417 2411 213 Life Insurance 38.40 36 39 39 2411 220 Social Security 2,189.66 2,184 2,342 2,482 2411 231 Retirement 985.26 1,064 1,014 1,489 2411 250 Unemployment 80.60 80 80 80 2411 260 Workers' Compensation 89.53 243 260 266 Total 43,915.99 42,557 46,741 50,176 2490 890 Assembly Expense 50.00 500 500 500 Total 50.00 500 500 500 School Administration Totals 137,965.17 136,768 147,124 154,652 Operation & Maintenance of Plant Services 2620 114 Custodial Salaries 70,936.15 66,372 69,480 71,783 2620 211 Medical Insurance 16,960.52 16,933 20,119 17,294 2620 212 Dental Insurance 633.02 728 728 834 2620 213 Life Insurance 76.80 72 78 78 2620 220 Social Security 5,321.62 5,077 5,315 5,491 2620 231 Retirement 2,379.85 2,241 2,080 3,056 2620 250 Unemployment 120.94 120 120 120 2620 260 Workers' Compensation 207.83 564 591 589 Total 96,636.73 92,107 98,511 99,245 2620 411 Water/Sewer 10,545.00 14,800 14,800 12,000 2620 421 Disposal Services 2,500.00 2,500 2,800 2,800 2620 422 Snow Plowing Services 400.00 700 700 700 2620 424 Lawn & Grounds Care 1,333.86 600 600 800 2620 430 Repairs & Maintenance Services 84,599.46 57,550 23,717 34,370 2620 520 Building Insurance 7,613.00 7,300 7,300 7,600 2620 610 General Supplies/Paper 8,074.95 7,000 8,000 8,000 /24/2003 S35 Wilton School District Florence Rideout Expended Budgeted Budgeted Proposed Elementary School 2001-2002 2001-2002 2002-2003 2003-2004 Operation & Maintenance continued 2620 622 i Electricity 14,070.58 17,800 16,000 16,000 2620 624 Oil 19,862.03 18,000 22,000 22,306 2620 731 New Equipment 5,207.40 1,880 3,758 740 2620 735 Replacement Equipment 815.00 420 4,498 1,320 Total 155,021.28 128,550 104,173 106,636 Operation & Main! Totals 251,658.01 220,657 202,684 205,881 Student Transportation Services 2721 51 9 1 Student Transportation 80,447.00 80,447 86,078 86,078 2722 51 9 1 SPED Transportation (All) 16,154.50 105,940 16,755 50,758 2725 510 Field Trip Transportation 333.00 500 500 500 Total 96,934.50 186,887 103,333 137,336 Student Transportation Totals 96,934.50 186,887 103,333 137,336 Information Management Services 2844 ! 1 12 1 Technology Coordinator 0.00 16,000 16,480 2844 211 Medical Insurance 0.00 4,155 1,730 2844 212 Dental Insurance 0.00 384 167 2844 213 Life Insurance 0.00 16 16 2844 220 Social Security 0.00 1,224 1,261 2844 231 Retirement 0.00 662 972 2844 250 Unemployment 0.00 80 80 2844 260 1 Workers' Compensation 0.00 136 135 Total 0.00 22,657 20,841 2844 290 Workshops/Conferences 0.00 200 200 2844 580 Travel 0.00 200 200 2844 610 Supplies 0.00 200 200 Total 0.00 600 600 Info. Management Services Totals 0.00 23,257 21,441 1/24/2003 S36 Wilton School District Florence Rideout Expended Budgeted Budgeted Proposed Elementary School 2001-2002 2001-2002 2002-2003 2003-2004 Fund Transfers 5222 930 Special Revenue Funds 0.00 5251 930 Capital Reserve Fund 30,000.00 30,000 20,000 Total 30,000.00 30,000 20,000 Fund Transfer Totals 30,000.00 30,000 20,000 Grand Total 2,134,613.08 2,237,825 2,309,845 2,395,525 S37 Wilton School District Revenue Summary 2001 through 2004 2002-2003 Actual Estimated Received to Estimated Revenue Sources 2001-2002 2002-2003 Date 2003-2004 Revenue from Local Sources: 1300-1349 Kindergarten Tuition 2,432.88 7,299.00 4,865.76 7,299.00 1500-1599 Earnings on Investments 4,935.57 8,000.00 1,205.88 1,500.00 1900-1999 Other Revenue 1920 Trust Funds 2,869.80 3,000.00 2,156.51 2,100.00 1990 Other Local 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 Revenue from State Sources: 3111 Adequacy Aid 689,736.00 638,422.00 446,895.00 * 549,626.00 3210 Building Aid 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 3220 Kindergarten Aid 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 3230 Catastrophic Aid 18,774.52 0.00 0.00 0.00 Revenue from Federal Sources: 4100-4539 Title II, IV, VI, Ctess Size 21 ,363.40 4580 Medicaid 7,762.91 0.00 0.00 0.00 9,276.59 0.00 0.00 Transfers from Other Funds: 5210 From Fund Balance 5251 From Capital Reserve Total Projected Revenues 0.00 63,008.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 5,925.13 0.00 0.00 810,883.08 656,721.00 527,293.47 560,525.00 'Adequacy Aid total anticipated for year $638,422.00. "Class Size/Title II Grant total anticipated for year $50,000 00 1/23/2003 S38 WHLTON - LmDESOlOOGH COOWmAYWE SCHOOL DUSTOCT WILTON wd LYMDIEBOEOUJGEI NEW HMfflPSEffllE ANNUAL IREFOIRT Y«ff BudBoog ]mm 3% 2@@; INDEX WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT Administrator's Report S46 Balance Sheet S68 E n rol I ment Statistics S53 Expenditures S64 Graduates S54 Health Service Report S58 Long-term Debt on Building Project S70 Projected Revenues S84 SAU #63 Budget S51 School Board's Budget S71 School District Officers S39 School Treasurer's Report S59 Special Education Director's Report S48 Special Education Expenditures S62 Statement of Revenues S63 Synopsis of 2002 District Meeting & Elections S43 Staff S55 Statement of Analysis of Changes in Fund Equity S69 Title 1 Director's Report S50 Warrant for District Meeting S41 Warrant for Election of Officers S40 WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT OFFICERS Moderator: Clerk: Treasurer: Auditors: Mr. Richard Rockwood Mrs. Jessie Salisbury Mr. Stanley Greene Mrs. Doris Boutwell Mrs. Carlene Brown 2003 Appointed Appointed 2003 2003 Chair: Vice-Chair: Members: School Board Clerk: SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS Mrs. Gretchen Dunn, Wilton Mr. Christopher Owen, Wilton Ms. Jean Scagel, Wilton Mr. Robert Nields, Lyndeborough Mr. Robert Howe, Lyndeborough Ms. Pam Page 2003 2004 2005 2003 2005 Appointed Wilton Wilton Wilton Lyndeborough Lyndeborough BUDGET COMMITTEE MEMBERS Ms. Margaret Pratt Mrs. Kelly Eshback Mr. Charles Hall Mr. David Roemer Ms. Maria Brown 2005 2004 2003 2004 2003 SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS Ms. Francine E. Fullam ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS Ms. Carolann Wais S39 STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT WARRANT FOR ELECTION OF OFFICERS ON MARCH 1 1 , 2003 To the inhabitants of the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District in the Towns of Wilton and Lyndeborough, in the County of Hillsborough, State of New Hampshire, qualified to vote upon Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District Affairs: You are hereby notified to meet on the eleventh day of March 2003 - Wilton voters at the Wilton Town Hall at 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon and Lyndeborough voters at the Lyndeborough Town Hall at 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon. To vote for District Officers: 1 . To choose a Moderator, by ballot, for the ensuing year. 2. To choose one (1 ) Member of the School Board, by ballot, from the Town of Wilton, and (1) Member of the School Board by ballot, from the Town of Lyndeborough, both for the ensuing three (3) years. 3. To choose two (2) Members of the Budget Committee, one (1) from the Town of Wilton and one (1 ) from the Town of Lyndeborough, for the ensuing three years. 4. To choose two (2) Auditors, by ballot, for the ensuing year. Polls will open for balloting at 10:00 A.M. and will not close before 7:00 P.M. GIVEN UNDER OUR HANDS AT SAID WILTON THIS DAY OF FEBRUARY, 2003. Gretchen Dunn Christopher Owen Jean Scagel Robert Nields Robert Howe SCHOOL BOARD A true copy attest SCHOOL BOARD S40 STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT WARRANT FOR ANNUAL DISTRICT MEETING ON MARCH 12, 2003 To the inhabitants of the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District in the Towns of Wilton and Lyndeborough, in the County of Hillsborough, State of New Hampshire, qualified to vote upon Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District Affairs: You are hereby notified to meet at the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative Middle-Senior High School in said District on Wednesday, March 12, 2003 at seven -thirty (7:30) o'clock in the afternoon to act upon the following: Notice: School District Officers to be elected at the Town Meeting to be held at the Wilton Town Hall in Wilton and at the Lyndeborough Town Hall in Lyndeborough at 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon on Tuesday, March 1 1 , 2003. 5. To see if the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of four million, four hundred ninety-one thousand, two hundred ninety-seven dollars ($4,491 ,297.00) for the support of schools, for the payment of salaries for the school district officials and agents, and for payment of statutory obligations of the district. This article does not include appropriations voted in other warrant articles. (Supported by the School Board - Supported by the Budget Committee). 6. To see if the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District will vote to approve the cost items included in the collective bargaining agreement reached between the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School Board and the Wilton-Lyndeborough Certified Teachers' Association which calls for the following increase in salaries and benefits: 2003-2004 Cost $111,294.00 and further to raise and appropriate the sum of one hundred eleven thousand, two hundred ninety-four dollars ($1 1 1,294.00), such sum representing the additional costs attributable to the increase in salaries and benefits over those of the appropriation at current staffing levels paid during the prior fiscal year. (Supported by the School Board - Not supported by the Budget Committee). 7. To see if the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District, if article 6 above is defeated, authorize the governing body to call one special meeting, at its option, to address article 6 above cost items only. (Supported by the School Board - Supported by the Budget Committee). 8. To hear reports of agents, auditors, committees, or officers chosen, and to pass any vote relating thereto. 9. To transact any other business that may legally come before this meeting. GIVEN UNDER OUR HANDS AT SAID WILTON THIS DAY OF FEBRUARY 2003. Gretchen Dunn Christopher Owen Jean Scaqel Robert Howe Robert Nields SCHOOL BOARD S41 A true copy attest SCHOOL BOARD S42 WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT ANNUAL MEETING MARCH 8, 2002, WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL Moderator Richard Rockwood opened the meeting at 7:30 p.m. He dispensed with the reading of the warrant and said tM'e School Board had requested that Article 6 be considered before Article 5. Neil Faiman moved to change the order of business, Andrew Roeper seconded and so voted. Article 6 Robert Nields moved, Gretchen Dunn seconded, to raise and appropriate the sum of $34,886 to provide for salary, benefits, and supplies for a 60 percent time technology coordinator. This person would be responsible for A) Assisting teachers and support staff in the operation, maintenance and upgrade of various computer systems and software installed in the school. B) Providing systems management including maintenance and minor repairs for all servers and systems in the school. C) Overseeing Internet systems including the establishment and maintenance of web sites. D) Recommending various upgrades to computer systems and software. And E) Other computer related tasks as directed by the principal. Mr. Nields said if the article did not pass, $15,000 would have to be added to the budget to cover computer repairs. Jim McEntee asked if the school had a contract for such work. Mr. Nields said no. Andrew Roeper asked if there was a schedule or over-all plan for upgrade and replacement. Dr. Pisani said yes, a three-year cycle of replacement had been established for the business department. Mr. Nields said the school has close to a quarter million dollars worth of computers and we need someone to take care of them. We can't get a rapid response when we have a problem and no guarantees. We will be sharing the position with the elementary school. This person will take care of the problems we have to job out. Stephanie Roeper asked, which elementary school? Mr. Nields said Florence Rideout. She asked, what is a media generalist? Dr. Pisani said the librarian. She asked, what is a keyboardist, he said the business teacher. Chris Owen asked why the Budget Committee did not support the article. Maria Brown said the committee supported the idea and the concept, but thee members felt it was not the right time, with the current high tax rate. If $15,000 will get us through another year, that may be the way to go. William Draper asked what would happen if the Co-op voted for the plan and the elementary school did not. Mrs. Dunn said the high school would look for a part time person. The moderator called for the vote, which was in favor, but not unanimous. Article 5 Amy Heinonen moved, Robert Howe seconded, to raise and appropriate the sum of $4,433,606 for the support of schools, for the payment of salaries for the school district officials and agents, and the payment of statutory obligations of the district. There was not discussion, and so voted unanimously. S43 Article 7 Mr. Howe moved, Mr. Nields seconded, to (1) establish a capital reserve fund as authorized by the provisions of RSA 35:1 for the purpose of financing the systematic replacement of computers; (2) elect the Trustee of the Trust funds of the Town of Wilton to have custody of the fund; (3) to raise and appropriate the sum of $8,000 to be placed in the fund; and (4) designate the School Board as agents to expend. Burton Reynolds asked why do it this year? Mr. Howe said computers have a three year life span and the machines in the computer lab should be replaced in three years with $24,000. Andy Roeper asked if the $24,000 would replace all machines. Mr. Howe said just those in the computer lab. Chase Roeper asked why the Budget Committee did not support the article. Kelly Eshback said they asked the board to hold off a year because of the tax rate. Burton Reynolds said, hopefully the new person can give us some clues as to where to spend our money. The article was defeated on a voice vote, but not unanimously. Article 8 Chris Owen moved, Amy Heinonen seconded, to raise and appropriate up to $10,000 to be added to the school district building maintenance capital reserve fund previously established, with such amount to be funded from the year end undesignated fund balance available on July 1 , 2002 Mrs. Roeper asked how much is in the fund. Mr. Owen said $150,000 with $7,000 encumbered for repair of the tennis courts. Mr. McEntee said he was confused, since the board had $150,000, why did they want more? Mrs. Dunn said she felt it was important to add to the fund each year to cover any future major catastrophe. Mr. Nields said, if something breaks we can fix it without going to the town for money. The article was defeated on a show of hands, 16 yes, 28 no. Article 9 Mrs. Dunn moved, Mr. Owen seconded, that reports of agents, auditors, committees, or officers chosen, be accepted as printed in the Annual School District Report. Maria Brown asked that the spelling of her name be corrected (she is listed as Marcia). The reports were accepted as corrected on a voice vote. Article 10, any other business that may legally come before the meeting. Mrs. Dunn presented a thank-you gift to Amy Heinonen who is retiring from the board. The meeting adjourned at 8:15 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Acting Clerk S44 MARCH 12, 2002 -WILTON LYNDEBOROUGH COOP ELECTION RESULTS WILTON SCHOOL BOARD Jean Scagel 454 Mark Hastings 1 Margaret Pratt 1 Lisa Smith 1 Chuck Hall 1 Tia Allen 1 MODERATOR Dick Rockwood 76 Kelly Eshback 1 Robert A. Hill 1 Eric Fowler 5 Richard Greeley 1 Bud McEntee 2 Tim Farrell 1 William Draper 1 Barry Greene 1 AUDITORS John Hutchinson 8 Joe Torre 1 Earl Watts 1 Barry Greene 2 Michael Neville 1 Phil Heald 1 Doris Boutwell 5 Jane Farrell 2 Edna Bean 1 Gail Proctor 1 Bill Keefe 2 Carlene Brown 6 LYNDEBOROUGH SCHOOL BOARD Robert Howe 425 AUDITORS Don Guertin 1 Ruth Johnston 1 BUDGET COMMITTEE MEMBER David Tierney Bud McEntee Bill Keefe Carlene Brown Matt Fish Charles Sullivan Bill Ryan Joyce Fisk Michael Davidson Gail Proctor Spencer Brookes Randy Dunn Robert Pano Ellen Tremblay Jim Cutler Barry Greene Margaret Pratt David McGettigan Amy Heinonen Kelly Eshback Joe Torre Debbie Greeley Bill Draper Chris Anderson Linda Draper MODERATOR Dick Rockwood 39 BUDGET COMMITTEE MEMBER Patty Robbins 6 David Roemer 4 Jennifer Howe 3 S45 WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT Administrator's Report 2001-2002 The staff and students of the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative Middle School/High School have had a productive and fruitful 2001-2002 school year. Our efforts to provide a comprehensive school program for our students are continuing to improve and complement the outstanding physical characteristics of our newly- renovated building. The Best Schools Initiative (BSI) teams and program, funded by the NH State Department of Education, continue to be the major vehicles for change and improvement at WLC. BSI (1 ), having collected volumes of input from community members, parents, teachers and students, worked with the school Leadership Team to publish new Vision and Mission Statements, as well as to identify eight broad expectations with complementary assessment tools. BSI (1 ) will continue with completing this major undertaking aimed at approval and renewed accreditation of WLC by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. A new Professional Development Master Plan for the three Wilton-Lyndeborough schools has been approved by the State Department and has been in place since August, 2001 , through the hard work of the BSI (2) committee. A curriculum guide identifying Student Proficiencies is completed. Individual Teacher planners for each proficiency are being created and assessment tools are being designed. Careful attention has been paid to the NH State Frameworks in realigning and, in parts, rewriting our curriculum to meet the frameworks and annual testing. Much of this has been accomplished during our Early Release Days. Workshops designed to define and characterize Effective Teacher were initiated this spring. This will continue throughout next year. The 2001-2002 school year ended with 340 students. Grade enrollments were as follows: Grade 7 - 58; Grade 8 - 69; Grade 9 - 55; Grade 10-60; Grade 1 1 - 54; Grade 12-44. WLC School Board Chairperson, Gretchen Dunn, with Assistant Superintendent Carolann Wais, presented diplomas to forty-one (41 ) graduates of the Class of 2002. 44% went to a four year college, 15% to a two-year college, and 2% to the military. The Class of 2002 scored an average of 470 Verbal and 470 on the Math portions of the SAT tests. Over $1 10,000 was presented in scholarship monies to the 2002 graduates. S46 Mr. Robert Pano, after 33 years of teaching at WLC, has retired and was recognized at graduation. A nature trail that Mr. Pano and his students created, just below the WLC greenhouse, was named in his honor. Mr. Brice Miller, who completed his three years of teaching P.E. and Health, has also left us to pursue other interests. Recognition of three local community members as "local heroes" was made by the Middle School students and staff. The first three recipients were Richard Putnam, Deborah Ducharme and Ralph Dwire. They will be listed on our "Honor Wall of Local Heroes" to be located in the Middle School foyer. The Middle School students were also successful at supporting causes. Three hundred and seventy-five dollars ($375) was given to the Nature Conservancy of New Hampshire from their students fund raising activities to continue its trail maintenance and land stewardship work at Sheldrick Forest. Two thousand two hundred and twenty-nine dollars and eighty-five cents ($2,229.85) was sent to the American Red Cross to assist in the rescue, relief and recovery effort resulting from the September 1 1 catastrophe. The New England League of Middle Schools (NELMS) Consortium team of five teachers and Mr. Potter, Assistant Principal, continues to be the Middle School's vehicle for change and adoption of effective middle school characteristics and qualities. Next year, our Middle Schoolers in the eighth grade will have the opportunity to explore French and Spanish for a quarter term. The WLC sports teams demonstrated a strong competitiveness throughout the year. Highlights included the second place status of the girls' Softball team for Class S and an undefeated Middle School boys' basketball team. Sports results, and all other school news, were broadcast almost daily over a student-created videotape seen on each classroom's monitor. 2001-2002 was an active and productive year. I hope you are as proud of your beautiful school and the many marvelous things that are happening here as I have been as Interim Principal. Dr. Edward Pisani S47 SPECIAL EDUCATION ANNUAL REPORT 2001 - 2002 The 2001-2002 school year started with stabilization in personnel. Janet Folger, the Special Education Director; Betty Einsidler-Moore, Service Coordinator; and Rita McChesney, part time secretary were with us last year. The special education teachers in Lyndeborough, WLC, Appleton, Greenville, Mason, and New Ipswich came back for another year. We filled four positions at Mascenic High School and Boynton Middle School. One position was added to the Florence Rideout Elementary School and a new teacher filled a vacancy. The New Hampshire Department of Education conducted a Special Education Program Approval Visit to SAU #63 on February 18-21, 2002 for the purpose of reviewing the present status of programs and services made available to children and youth with educational disabilities. As part of the Program Approval Visit, all of the schools in SAU #63 were reviewed. These include: Appleton Elementary School, Florence Rideout Elementary (with a special needs Kindergarten program), Greenville Elementary School, Lyndeborough Central School, Mason Elementary School (with a preschool special needs program), New Ipswich Central School, Boynton Middle School, Wilton-Lyndeborough Middle School, Wilton-Lyndeborough Sr. High School and Mascenic Regional High School. Activities related to this Program Approval Visit included the review of all application materials submitted by the SAU, verification of personnel credentials for special education staff, program descriptions, SPEDIS reports, and analysis of data collected during the visit. Data included the review of student case studies, interviews with staff, administrators, students and parents and classroom observations. Throughout the entire review process, the visiting team worked in collaboration with the staff of SAU #63. The visiting and building level teams summarized the collective data. The summaries outline identified areas of strength and areas of improvement needed for each school reviewed. The District then takes the summarized data and develops an action plan of goals and objectives which is submitted to the Department of Education, indicating what the District intends to work on in order to address areas of weakness. SAU #63 Action plan included updating policy and procedure manual, providing staff training, updating forms, addressing space needs, and developing more effective channels of communication. The SAU has already acted on that plan by developing a new policy and procedures manual and updating forms. The purpose of Special Education is to serve students with a variety of handicapping conditions, which impact their ability to learn. Special education is instruction specifically designed to meet the unique needs of an educationally challenged child. The educational support services may include, but are not limited to: participation in regular education with classroom modifications, attendance in a Resource Room or language based program, participation in the Life Skills program, behavioral, physical, occupational or speech therapy. S48 Annual Report 2001-2002 The process and criteria for enrollment in Special Education are determined by federal and state mandated regulations. Our educational and support staff demonstrates a strong sense of dedication in identifying and serving our students' educational needs. In order to receive services, a student must meet criteria determined by federal and state guidelines. As of July 2001, the state of New Hampshire has adopted proposed changes in the Rules and Regulations. Students may be identified as having one or more of the following handicaps: specific learning disability, orthopedic impairment, mental retardation, serious emotional disturbance, other health impaired, deaf-blindness, multiple disabilities, autism, traumatic brain injury and developmental delay. Once students have gone through this process and met the criteria for receiving services, the educational team and the parents develop an Individualized Education Plan (IEP). The plan is then implemented utilizing the resources and accommodations indicated in the plan. We are providing special education service to 385+ students from preschool through high school. Most students' educational needs are met at their own local school; some students may attend programs at different schools within the district, while a number are placed out-of-district. Such placements are made when a student's educational needs are so significant that they cannot be met in any program in the SAU. The SAU special education staff continues to develop their expertise through ongoing professional development. They are committed to learning and to assisting the educational process for students with special needs. The Special Education Office may be reached at 878-1491, or at our e-mail address, email@example.com . Janet Folger, Special Education Director S49 TITLE I REPORT The Title I program provides services to approximately 215 students in seven schools throughout the supervisory union. Ten tutors, a director, and a secretary are employed by the grant. Teaching services are focused on language arts, math, and math word problems. Each tutor works with approximately twenty-two students. The Title I goal is to teach and encourage students to become successful and independent learners through supplemental instruction that focuses on individual student needs. The Title I program is non-discriminatory and is open to all students, grades K - 8, who score below the fiftieth percentile (basic level). The project integrates the language arts lower level skills of phonics, grammar, capitalization, sight words, punctuation, vocabulary, study skills, spelling, and computation within the higher level skills of reading comprehension, written expression, and math problem solving. Title I student growth is measured and/or monitored through report card reviews, pre and post testing of the Diagnostic Achievement Battery II and III, local district assessments such as first grade screenings, math and reading tests, and the state's annual student testing. Title I students maintain a portfolio of their work so that progress can be assessed during the year. In keeping with the state's recertification requirements, our staff development reflects the need for a long-term commitment to central themes in increasing our own teaching skills. We continue to expand our knowledge of Project Read Phonology, Written Expression, and Report Form; story telling; brain-based learning; and "at-risk" students. We also offer staff development opportunities to all supervisory union teaching staff. Our curriculum is aligned with the districts' curriculum and state testing. As of December, fifty students moved out of the program because of improvement in their test scores; however, fifty-eight new students have been referred for testing this fall. Every year, Title I students take part in a writing project which becomes a part of our Parents Night Celebration. This year, students studied poetry and wrote poems to share with their parents. During the Celebration, after listening to their children's poetry, parents had a chance to try the writing skills that their children had been learning. It was an interesting and entertaining evening for everyone. The poetry writing didn't stop with parents and Title I students. In one school, other teachers and students became enthusiastic about poetry writing. Eventually, thirty-four poems were submitted to the junior division contest of the Poetry Society of New Hampshire. Four of the students received Honorable Mentions and one student received Fourth Place. The students' work was published in the society's annual poetry book. Every year, Title I strives to improve the teaching and services extended to our students and their parents. We upgrade our teaching skills through staff development. We try to be in close communication with our parents and work cooperatively with the schools. Our purpose is to provide the best possible learning environment for Title I students. Submitted to: Francine Fullam, Superintendent Submitted by: Marie Anne Commoss, Title I Director December 1 8, 2002 S50 Notice of Public Hearing and School Administrative Unit No. 63 Meeting A public hearing and SAU No. 63 board meeting will be held on Tuesday, December 3, 2002 in the library at Mascenic Regional High School, New Ipswich, NH at 7:30 PM. (Snow date to be December 1 0, 2002 ) School Administrative Unit No. 63 includes the school districts of Wilton, Lyndeborough, Wilton-Lyndeborough and Mascenic Regional. Preliminary Budget Office of the Superintendent Special Education Administration Business Services Maintenance/Rental Psychologist Services Speech Services 0T and PT Services SPED Grants Trtlel A.B.E. Gretchen Dunn, Chair • SAU Board 2003-2004 260.163 230.763 162.577 27,644 135.981 132.987 128.209 1 1 5,965 318,161 10,970 Total Budget: Minus Anticipated Federal Funding Minus Application of Unreserved Fund Balance Amount to be shared by districts: 1. 523,4201 590.021 100.000 833.399I Apportionment to Districts Proposed 2003-3004 Budget Districts: Eq. Val. 2001 Val. % 2001-02 Pupils Combined % District Share Wilton 157,732,712 19.4 304.1 16.5 66,063 44,038 16,357 31.249 SAU SPED speech 0.T./P.T. Lyndeborough 67,389,271 8.3 118.5 Total 6.8 157,707 27,226 16,086 3,161 5,607 SAU SPED speech 0.T./P.T. WLCoop 171,905,990 21.2 361.6 Total 18.6 52,080 74,471 50,103 2,258 6,837 SAU SPED speech 0.T./P.T. Mascenic 414,727,627 51.1 1464.4 Total 58.1 133,669 232,623 153,472 28,400 75,448 SAU SPED speech 0.T./P.T. Total 489,943 Totals 811,755,600 100.0% 2248.6 100.0% 833,399 ] S51 School Administrative Unit No. 63 Apportionment Based on the Proposed 2003-2004 Budget Basis for Apportionment of Costs Among School Districts - RSA 1 94-C:9: The apportionment shall be based 1 /2 on the average membership in attendance for the previous school year and 1 /2 on the most recently available equalized valuation of each school district as of June 30 of the preceding school year. 2001 2001-02 Average 2003-04 District Eq.Valuation Ratio ADH Ratio Ratio Net Budget Wilton 157,732,712 19.4% 304.1 13.5% 16.5% 66,063 Lyndeborough 67,389,271 8.3% 118.5 5.3% 6.8% 27,226 WLCoop 171,905,990 21.2% 361.6 16.1% 18.6% 74,471 Mascenic 414,727,627 51.1% 1464.4 65.1% 58.1% 232,623 811,755,600 100.0% 2248.6 100.0% 100.0% 400,384 2002-03 2002-03 2003-04 2003-04 District Ratio Net Budget Ratio Budget Wilton 17.6% 73,922 16.5% 66,063 Lyndeborough 7.3% 30,661 6.8% 27,226 WLCoop 17.8% 74,762 18.6% 74,471 Mascenic 57.3% 2AQM& 58.1% 232,623 100.0% 420,01 1 100.0% 400,384 Special Education Apportionment of Costs Based on Number of Students Served: District Students Ratio Budget Wilton 57 16.7% 44,038 Lyndeborough 21 6.1% 16,086 WLCoop 65 19.0% 50,103 Mascenic 199 58.2% 153,472 342 100.0% 263,698 12/3/02 S52 WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICTS STATISTICS FOR SCHOOL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2002 WILTON BOYS GIRLS TOTAL LYNDEBOROUGH BOYS GIRLS TOTAL PERCENT OF ATTENDANCE AVERAGE DAILY ATTENDANCE AVERAGE DAILY MEMBERSHIP GRADES 7-8 GRADES 9-12 42 53 42 74 84 127 16 48 24 32 40 80 96.0 92.3 133.8 205.0 139.4 222.2 CENSUS REPORTS - FALL 2002 - Age 1 day to 18 years inclusive BOYS GIRLS TOTAL WILTON 467 491 958 LYNDEBOROUGH 186 163 349 Attending Public Schools Outside District Attending Private Schools Outside District Attending Private Schools Within District Attending Parochial Schools Outside District Home School WILTON LYNDEBOROUGH 11 3 6 4 97 17 39 1 25 11 S53 Q DC O o UJ Z o o LU UJ X DC DC I X I CO X 111 1— CO a. 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JOYCE HASU SCOTT LEFRANCOIS ANDREW MCLEAN CATHERINE PAYNTER VALERIE PENELLA SALLY ROY BARRY ROY ESTHER RYAN WILLIAM SANBORN PAMELA SMITH ROGER THOMPSON JUUE TRACHIM WALTER VALERI KATHERINE VALERI JACOB WALDEN BARBARA WELLS CHRISTINE YOUNG JILL POSITION HIGH & MIDDLE SCHOOL TITLE 1 TUTOR CUSTODIAN PART TIME PERSONAL ASSISTANT H & M SCHOOL SPED AIDE-50% ATHLETIC DIR. 50% ATHLETIC DIRECTOR CUSTODIAN SECRETARY CUSTODIAN SPED AIDE SPED AIDE SPED AIDE SPED TUTOR CONSULTING PSYCHOLOGIST SECRETARY CUSTODIAN SPEECH PATHOLOGIST IN-SCHOOL SUSPENSION MONITOR SECRETARY TECH COORDINATOR SPED AIDE SPED AIDE SPED 1.1 AIDE SPED 1.1 BUS MONITOR SPED AIDE S57 YEAR-END SCHOOL NURSE REPORT WILTON - LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE MIDDLE SCHOOL-HIGH SCHOOL 2001-2002 Nursing Activities/Student Contacts: Total Visits to the Health Office Middle School High School 10985 3284 7701 Injuries - Total Middle School High School School (MS + HS) Home (MS + HS) (any "outside of school" injury) Sports (MS + HS) 517 218 299 353 268 70 Medications: Total Medications Administered Middle School High School 7197 2349 4848 Screening: Age appropriate (includes eyes, ears, height, weight, scoliosis) All Students Health Education CPR Classes for Staff of WLC, LCS and FRES Professional Associations New Hampshire School Nurses Association National Association of School Nurses Respectfully Submitted, Candace G. Rapf, RN June 18, 2002n S58 School District: Wilton Lyndeborough Co-Od School Year: 2002 Month Ending: June Date Cash Received From All Sources During The Current Month Amount From Whom Source 6/6/02 Town of Lyndeborough June Partial Appropriation $21,200.00 Town of Wilton June Appropriation $159,977.00 6/14/02 State of New Hampshire Medicaid $342.20 Primex u/comp. Excess contr. 2001 (1990) $2,123.00 Primex p/c risk mgt. Return (1990) $3,658.00 6/19/02 Town of Lyndeborough June Partial Appropriation $21,200.00 6/25/02 Town of Lyndeborough June Partial Appropriation $21,200.00 6/27/02 WLC Student Activity Fund Refund 1100-610-02 $144.89 WLC Student Activity Fund Refund 1100-610-03 $217.32 WLC Student Activity Fund Refund 1100-641-02 $53.64 WLC Student Activity Fund Refund 1100-641-03 $80.46 WLC Student Activity Fund Refund 2410-534-02 $15.04 WLC Student Activity Fund Refund 2410-534-03 $22.56 WLC Student Activity Fund Refund 2490-890-02 $573.44 WLC Student Activity Fund Refund 2490-890-03 $1,806.66 WLC Student Activity Fund Refund 2410-534-02 $0.01 WLC Student Activity Fund Refund 2745-519-02 $2,764.50 WLC Student Activity Fund Refund Prior Year 04-1980 $442.48 State of New Hampshire Medicaid $1,544.22 WLC Student Activity Fund Refund 1100-610-02 $292.42 WLC Student Activity Fund Refund 1100-610-03 $438.61 6/2/02 State of New Hampshire Drivers Education $4,350.00 6/29/02 Town of Lyndeborough Final June Appropriation $21,648.00 6/30/02 Bank of New Hampshire Interest Investment Account $315.42 Bank of New Hampshire Interest Investment Account $412.74 Bank of New Hampshire Interest/Charges 117.84 Received from Received from Received from Received from Received from Selectmen State Funds Federal Funds Tuitions Trust Funds $245,225.00 $4,350.00 $1,886.42 Received from Notes & Bonds (P) Received from Capital Reserve Funds Received from All Other Sources $13,479.03 Total Received During the Month $264,940.45 Current District Assessment Received from Selectmen to Date Due from Town Balance of Year WILTQN $1,922,600.00 $1,922,600.00 $0.00 LYNDEBORQUQH $998,831.00 $998,831.00 $0.00 TOTAL $2,921,431.00 $2,921,431.00 $0.00 Cash on Hand, July 1 Total Received from Selectmen to Date Total Received from State Funds to Date Total Received from Federal Funds to Date $623,952.83 $2,921,431.00 $1,090,867.39 $65,397.16 S59 Total Received from Tuitions to Date $5,116.32 Total Received from Trust Funds to Date Total Received from Notes & Bonds to Date (Principal Only) Total Received from Capital Reserve Funds Total Received from All Other Sources to Date $41,041.00 TOTAL RECEIPTS TO DATE $4.747.805.70 LESS SCHOOL BOARD ORDERS PAID TO DATE $4.206.477.18 BALANCE ON HAND PER THE TREASURES ACCOUNT $541.328.52 To the School Board: The above is a correct statement of the transactions of the Treasurer to date. Qu Vfl I V A V\ .xXu. School District Treasurer S60 AUDITORS' CERTIFICATE This is to certify that we have examined the books, vouchers, bank statements, and other financial records of the treasurer of the Wilton/Lyndeborough Cooperative School District, Wilton, New Hampshire of which the above is a true summary for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, and find them correct in all aspects. f^ /Z-Ql, Obi* ^^-^A/uditor Date C\ \t7h)d3- (Mm W Jgmn auditor Date S61 WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT Actual Expenditures for Special Education Programs and Services (As Required by RSA 32:1 1-a) Itemized Special Education Expenditures 1.) Salary/Benefits 2.) Purchased Services 3.) Supplies/Equipment 4.) Tuition 5.) Transportation Expenditure Amount 2000 - 2001 246,451.48 65,988.56 3,865.61 303,416.45 140,133.40 Expenditure Amount 2001 - 2002 280,710.47 117,139.91 2,763.40 304,327.56 125,430.00 Total Expenditures 759,855.50 830,371.34 Itemized Revenue Sources 1 .) Catastrophic Aid 2.) Adequacy Grant 3.) IDEA Entitlement (Grant) 4.) Medicaid 5.) Private Insurance Revenue Amount 2000 - 2001 101,880.93 190,907.64 17,519.62 33,269.36 Revenue Amount 2001 - 2002 140,386.23 209,917.00 27,453.00 28,745.49 0.00 Total Revenues 343,577.55 406,501.72 Actual District Cost for Special Education $ 416,277.95 $ 423,869.62 S62 _J CO g o LLI a. -J < o o on a. 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Q£ LD OH 23 LU OH r- O o o CO co cc o CD LU _j z w q: Z Q LU CtOl < O |r LU LL O O O O O O CO ' in CD O) CO LLI o cr D O CO LU < co -> O OH LL LU 3 z LU > LU oh o o o CO t LU 2 q < < < O O < < 3 3 O O LU LU Q Q < < ■«- CM < < H O < O O > g < LU h- CO Q LU H O OH h- CO LU cr LU X O O CM O O O T-T-CMCMCMCMCMCM cocococococococo CO UJ O OH 3 o co l?7£9 9 < LLI a LU CO Q Q LL Q S2 Q LU OH O LU =! IS LU ^ a: ^t o o o -<* o o oo a> m in Q Z 3 LL _l & LU Z LU 3 LL CO H O LU o OH Q_ CL < CD O ■> S o o a: q: LL LL CO in OH OH O LU LU (V LL LL *■ CO CO z z h- H o o t- co CM CM in in o o o LO CO LU 3 z UJ > UJ OH _J o I- S63 FINANCIAL REPORT OF SCHOOL BOARD WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2002 EXPENDITURES 2001-2002 REGULAR EDUCATION PROGRAM 1100-112 TEACHER SALARIES 1,104,546.01 200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 291,117.57 430 REPAIRS & MAINT. SERVICES 7,663.81 610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER/TESTS 34,567.28 641 BOOKS & OTHER PRINTED MEDIA 31 ,494.37 650 COMPUTER SOFTWARE 4,300.00 731 NEW EQUIPMENT 3,095.16 735 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 1,742.96 1110-114 TEACHER AIDE SALARIES 200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 1 120-1 14 SUBSTITUTE TEACHER SALARIES 37,400.98 200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 2,945.95 1130-114 HOMEBOUND/TUTOR/ESL 322.95 200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 40.96 SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS 1210 112 SPED TEACHER SALARIES 130,496.73 200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 27,520.90 430 REPAIRS & MAINT. SERVICES 1 1 1 .00 610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER/TESTS 422.66 641 BOOKS & OTHER PRINTED MEDIA 466.74 650 COMPUTER SOFTWARE 125.82 731 NEW EQUIPMENT 1,314.00 1211-114 SPED TEACHER AIDE SALARIES 63,881.37 200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 5,369.18 1212-122 SPED SUMMER TUTORS SALARIES 5,451.25 220 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 708.44 1213-114 SPED TUTOR SALARIES 5,320.55 200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 412.27 OTHER SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS 1290-561 PUBLIC-IN STATE TUITION 20,588.00 569 PRIVATE - IN & OUT OF STATE TUITION 283,739.56 VOCATIONAL PROGRAMS 1390-561 VOCATIONAL ED. TUITION 14,161.43 OTHER INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS 1410-112 CO-CURRICULAR SALARIES-ACADEMIC 9,680.00 200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 1,029.38 610 GENERAL SUPPLIES/PAPER 155.25 810 DUES & FEES 874.00 890 MISCELLANEOUS 213.80 S64 1420-112 CO-CURRICULAR SALARIES-ATHLETIC 27,320.00 200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 2,423.37 430 REPAIRS & MAINT. SERVICES 9,820.50 591 PURCHASED SERVICES/PRIVATE SOUR 8,843.53 610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER 1,362.17 731 NEW EQUIPMENT 735 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 11,827.20 810 DUES & FEES 2J30.00 890 MISCELLANEOUS 705.20 1490-591 PURCHASED SERVICES/PRIVATE SOUR( 17,100.00 COUNSELING SERVICES 2122-112 GUIDANCE SALARIES 73,621.14 200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 12,401.42 430 REPAIRS& MAINTENANCE SERVICES 234.50 610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER/TESTS 1,488.31 641 BOOKS & OTHER PRINTED MEDIA 224.70 735 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 1,044.97 810 DUES & FEES 10.00 2129-1 14 GUIDANCE SECRETARY SALARY 10,389.1 1 200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 879.79 HEALTH SERVICES 2134-112 NURSES SALARIES 37,432.00 200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 6,501.51 610 GENERAL SUPPLIES/PAPER 893.19 641 BOOKS & OTHER PRINTED MEDIA 29.56 735 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 984.89 810 DUES & FEES 105.00 SPECIAL ED SUPPORT SERVICES 2142-323 PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING SERVICES 2,616.13 2152-323 SPEECH SERVICES 11,490.57 2153-323 AUDIOLOGICAL TESTING SERVICES 890.50 2163-323 P.T. SERVICES 4,490.87 2190-323 OTHER STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES 17,372.84 PSYCHOLOGICAL COUNSELING SERVICES 2143-114 ASSOCIATE PSYCHOLOGIST 37,415.00 200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 4,134.78 610 GENERAL SUPPLIES/TESTS/PAPER 178.18 890 MISCELLANEOUS 145.00 SPECIAL ED RELATED SERVICES - SAU 2159-323 SPEECH SERVICES 6,988.00 21 91 -323 OCCUPATIONAL & PHYSICAL THERAPY 4,280.00 IMPROVEMENT OF INST. SERVICES 2210-240 TUITION REIMBURSEMENT 6,000.00 290 STAFF DEVELOPMENT 19,601.91 2212-290 INSTR. & CURRICULUM DEV. 227.71 580 TRAVEL/CONFERENCES S65 EDUCATIONAL MEDIA SERVICES 2222-112 MEDIA GENERALIST SALARY 47,746.00 200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 9.013.28 430 REPAIRS & MAINT. SERVICES 610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER 1.393.17 641 BOOKS & OTHER PRINTED MEDIA 10.189.44 649 OTHER INFORMATION RESOURCES 968.51 650 COMPUTER SOFTWARE 1.653.65 810 DUES & FEES 20.00 AUDIO VISUAL SUPPLIES 2223-610 GEN. SUPPLIES PAPER 247.93 641 BOOKS & OTHER PRINTED MEDIA 478.50 735 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 370.23 SCHOOL BOARD SERVICES 2311-120 SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS 500.00 220 SOCIAL SECURITY 2312-120 CLERK 452.50 220 SOCIAL SECURITY 34.64 2313-120 TREASURER 600.00 220 SOCIAL SECURITY 45.90 2317-120 AUDITORS 200.00 220 SOCIAL SECURITY 15.30 2318-330 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES (LEGAL) 8,786.39 2319-319 SUPERVISORS/TOWNS 520 S. B. LIABILITY INSURANCE 1.240.50 534 POSTAGE 330.67 540 ADVERTISING 8.082.78 610 GEN. SUPPLIESPAPER 1.294.12 810 DUES & FEES 2,448.07 890 MISCELLANEOUS 776.20 EXECUTIVE ADMINISTRATION SERVICES - SAU 2321-312 OFFICE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT 70,025.00 SPECIFIC AREA ADMINISTRATION SERVICES - SAU 2332-319 SPED ADMINISTRATION 69,011.00 SUPPORT SERVICES - SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION 2410-113 PRINCIPAL SALARY 119.357.31 200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 19.488.91 430 REPAIRS & MAINT. SERVICES 4.225.58 531 TELEPHONE 9.888.51 534 POSTAGE 3.227.79 550 PRINTING 2,311.70 580 TRAVELCONFERENCES 90.00 610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER 1,916.32 650 COMPUTER SOFTWARE 1,407.50 810 DUES & FEES 3,984.00 2411-114 PRINCIPAL'S SECRETARIES SALARIES 53.691.65 200 BENEFITS 11.663.30 2490-890 GRADUATION/ASSEMBLIES 170.90 S66 OPERATION & MAINTENANCE OF PLANT 2620-1 14 CUSTODIAL SALARIES 200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 411 WATER/SEWERAGE 421 DISPOSAL SERVICES 422 SNOW PLOWING SERVICES 424 LAWN & GROUNDS CARE 430 REPAIRS & MAINT. SERVICES 520 BUILDING INSURANCE 580 CUSTODIAL TRAVEL 610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER 622 ELECTRICITY 623 BOTTLED GAS 624 OIL 731 NEW EQUIPMENT 735 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 84,870.28 15,416.88 24,450.00 9,554.02 900.00 7,640.52 21,973.82 9,916.50 1,100.00 9,900.82 56,042.76 405.36 56,046.81 STUDENT TRANSPORTATION 2721-519 STUDENT TRANSPORTATION 3,679.84 2722-519 SPED TRANSPORTATION (ALL) 125,430.00 2743-519 VOCATIONAL TRANSPORTATION 25,100.00 2744-519 ATHLETIC TRANSPORTATION 20,079.10 2745-519 FIELD TRIP/CO-CURRICULAR TRANSP. 2,813.00 DEBT SERVICE 5210-910 PRINCIPAL ON DEBT 325,000.00 5120-830 INTEREST ON DEBT 307,700.00 5251-930 TRANSFER TO CAPITAL RESERVE FUND FUND TRANSFERS 5221-930 TRANSFER TO FOOD SERVICE 34,903.00 5251-930 TRANSFER TO CAPITAL RESERVE FUND 20,000.00 TOTAL EXPENDITURES $4,065,153.84 S67 UJ X I- o in iri CO CO in iri CO co h~ 00 co o> in in co CO in o> iri co co <& eo 60 «/* < O I- LU co co co o co Tf" oo CM CO CO CO O CO p CO CO co o CO co d o o CO o CO o CO ■<*■" 00 CM ■*" o" 1^. r- CM "fr" CO CM CO CO CO o CO Tt 00 CM CtO to 60 </> feO </» CM o o CM o" CO 111 5 en i- co Q _J O o x o CO LU > O LU rn O LU g X LU Z O O LU 3 Z CC tr ^ lu o<>- i p 1] o G LU o o p > UJ co 00 a>" H >- O o CO CM => z CO Qi LU O H- O CD < co" in &o LU Z LU o o o o o co r-' co CO o CM CO o CD CO &o 1^. in in CO co in iri m -*- iri in iri o CO CO o T-" GO to </» eo GO o CM o CM CO O CO CO o CO CO* in CO* in e* CT> O CO in CM o ^t O CO iri CN d 00 CO co a> O) CO CN CM 00 CO 00 d CO CO h-" m CM 00 CN |s." co" m co" CM CO" CM a>" in co" in o 60 feO 60 &o O* eo <y> co LU _l CD < > LU O LU a: LU Jfj QQ O 5 < Z Q uj O LU Z > LU 5 DO* £ WtU LUS^ CO < $ £ i- t < CO \- LU CO C7) < _l < o CO LU _l CD < < Q_ Q CO LU _l m < co g UJ m < LU tO w >- CO LU CO - z LU Q_ X CO LU _J CO < 2J£ ? zb CC LU (~> LU DC Z> UJ C£ X O fc ° o < CO LU CQ < < o CO LU CO O Is z<< n ° m O LU O < co 5 a: o: u_ o o Q U. 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NEW HAMPSHIRE 03301-6303 DATE PREPARED: BONDS DATED: 7/22/99 INTEREST START DATE: 203 days 08/28/99 (603) 271-2595 or 1 (800) 393-6422 08/15/99 FAX (603) 271-3937 07/22/»MAIL ADDRESS: NHMBB© AOL.COM FIRST INTEREST PAYMENT: 02/15/2000 NET INTEREST COST: 5.2000% DEBT PERIOD PRINCIPAL TOTAL FISCAL YEAR YEAR ENDING OUTSTANDING PRINCIPAL RATE INTEREST PAYMENT TOTAL PAYMENT 02/15/2000 $185,797.09 $185,797.09 $185,797.09 1 08/15/2000 $6,476,775.00 $321,775.00 4.500% 164,746.19 486.521.19 02/15/2001 157.50625 157.506.25 644,027.44 2 08/15/2001 6.155.000.00 325,000.00 4.500% 157.506.25 482,506.25 02/15/2002 150.193.75 150.193.75 632.700.00 3 08/15/2002 5.830.000.00 325.000.00 5.000% 150.193.75 475.193.75 02/15/2003 142.068.75 142.068.75 617.262.50 4 08/15/2003 5.505.000.00 325.000.00 5.000% 142.06875 467,068.75 02/15/2004 133.943.75 133,943.75 601.012.50 5 08/15/2004 5.180.000.00 325,000 00 5.000% 133.943.75 458,943.75 02/15/2005 125.818.75 125.818.75 584,762.50 6 08/15/2005 4.855.000 00 325.000 00 5.000% 125.818.75 450,818.75 02/15/2006 117.693.75 117,693.75 568,512.50 7 08/15/2006 4.530.000.00 325.000.00 5.000% 117.693.75 442,693.75 02/15/2007 109.568.75 109,568.75 552,262.50 8 08/15/2007 4.205.000.00 325,000.00 5.000% 109.568.75 434.568.75 02/15/2008 101.443.75 101.443.75 536,012.50 9 08/15/2008 3.880.000.00 325,000.00 5.000% 101,443.75 426,443.75 02/15/2009 93.318.75 93,318.75 519,762.50 10 08/1572009 3.555.000.00 325.000.00 5.250% 93.318.75 418,318.75 02/15/2010 84,787.50 84,787.50 503.106.25 11 08/15/2010 3,230.000.00 325,000 00 5.250% 84,787.50 409,787.50 02/15/2011 76.256.25 76,256.25 486,043.75 12 08/15/2011 2.905.000.00 325.000.00 5.250% 76.256.25 401.256.25 02/15/2012 67.725.00 67,725.00 468,981.25 13 08/15/2012 2.580.000.00 325.000.00 5.250% 67.725.00 392.725.00 02/15/2013 59.193.75 59,193.75 451,918.75 14 08/15/2013 2.255,000.00 325.000.00 5.250% 59.193.75 384.193.75 02/15/2014 50,662.50 50.662.50 434,856.25 15 08/15/2014 1,930.000.00 325.000.00 5.250% 50.662.50 375,662.50 02/15/2015 42,131.25 42,131.25 417,793.75 16 08/15/2015 1.605.000.00 325.000.00 5.250% 42,131.25 367,131.25 02/15/2016 33,600.00 33.600.00 400,731.25 17 08/15/2016 1.280.000.00 320.000.00 5.250% 33.600.00 353.600.00 02/15/2017 25.200.00 25,200.00 378.800 00 18 08/15/2017 960.000.00 320,000.00 5.250% 25.200.00 345,200.00 02/15/2018 16.800.00 16.800.00 362.000.00 19 08/15/2018 640,000.00 320.000.00 5.250% 16.800.00 336.800.00 02/15/2019 8.400.00 8.400.00 345,200.00 20 08/15/2019 320.000.00 320.000.00 5.250% 8.400.00 328.400.00 328.400.00 ============ ============ ■■ ============= ============= TOTALS $6,476,775.00 $3,543,168.28 $10,019,943.28 $10,019,943.28 S70 Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District Proposed 2003-2004 Budget Summary Sheet Account* Description 1 1 00/1 1 30 Regular Education 1390 Vocational Education 1410/1420/90 Co & Extra Curricular 2122/2129 Guidance Services 2134 Health Services 2210/2212 Improvement of Inst. Services 2222/23 Educational Media Services 2311/2319 School Board Services 2321 Administrative Services - SAL) 2410/2411/90 School Administration Services 2620 Operation & Maintenance of Plant 2721 Student Transportation 2844 Information Management Services 5110/5120 Debt Service 5221/5251 Fund Transfers Regular Education Totals Decrease over 02-03 accounts budgeted 1210/1213 Special Education 1290 SPED Tuition 2142/2190 SPED Support Services 2143 Psychological Counseling Services 2159/2191 SPED Related Services - SAU 2332 Administrative Services - SPED 2722 SPED Student Transportation Special Education Totals Increase over 02-03 accounts budgeted Total 2002-2003 Budget including Warrant Article Minus Tech Coord. Warrant Article 2002-03 200344 Plus/Minus 1,654,523 1.687,610 33.087 30,400 22.000 -8,400 112,786 108,427 -4,359 115,157 119.551 4,394 49,972 51,514 1.542 19,200 19,200 77,085 77,623 538 19,458 19,458 74,762 74,471 -291 253,259 275,383 22,124 306,451 303,902 -2,549 56,625 55,873 -752 34,886 32,136 -2,750 617,263 601.263 -16,000 36,000 36.000 3,457,827 ed 3,484,411 26,564 0.77% 290,991 313.902 22,911 462,887 407,000 -55,887 32,500 49.804 17.304 42,603 43,624 1.021 7.174 9,095 1.921 54,644 50,103 -4,541 119,866 133,358 13.492 1,010,685 Kj 1,006,886 -3,779 -0.37% 4,468,492 34.886 4,433,606 4,491 ,297 Total proposed without warrant 57,691 $ Increase I 1 .3% | Over 02-03 without warrant art* S71 i ! * ■5,'° r o as 00 ro" Oi rr CD CD" i M CM co in ! h ~. '**• rr CO o cm" CM; 00 CO; in f»i ro o"i o* CO' CM 1 1 m ro Ol CO coi m ! CO* CO o o o oo cm ^r cm ro CO 00 oo^ t-oor--t- col rr O h~ CM O CD ■<- cd" ro" in"! cm" ■«»■" r^"i m" ! . 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