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Wilton, New Hampshire 



2003 



Town and School Reports 



Pictured on the front cover is the new Wilton Police Station 
located at the base of Burns Hill Road. Voters approved the 
construction at the March 2002 town meeting. The work was 
completed in October 2003 with the building's official 
dedication by Governor Craig Benson. 



P 







Frank Spencer Millward 

March 28, 1920 - December 26, 2003 



The Board of Selectmen would like to pay tribute to Frank S. Millward for 
his years of dedicated service to the Town of Wilton. 

In his capacity as Building Inspector and Health Officer, Frank's 
commitment was tireless. He will be missed greatly by his family, friends and co- 
workers alike. 



ANNUAL REPORTS 

OF THE 

TOWN OFFICERS 

OF WILTON, NH 

FOR THE YEAR ENDING 

DECEMBER 31, 2003 



WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH 
COOPERATIVE 



& 



WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 

FOR THE 
YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2003 



INDEX 

Ambulance and Rescue 66 

Balance Sheet 15 

Budget Committee Report 14 

Budget for Town of Wilton 9 

Building Inspector's Report & Permits Issued in 2003 47 

Conservation Commission 69 

Current Use Report 53 

Expenditures, Detailed 22 

Fire Department 62 

Heritage Commission 67 

Highway Department 56 

Home Health Care, Hospice & Community Services 75 

Investment of the Trust Funds 39 

Inventory of Taxable Properties 92 

Library Director's Report 58 

Library Treasurer's Report 45 

Milford Area Communications Center 63 

MS-5 17 

Nashua Regional Planning Commission 72 

Police Department 57 

Recycling Center 60 

Revenues, Detailed 12 

Schedule of Town Property 54 

School District Report S1 

Selectmen's Report 55 

Sewer Department 60 

Souhegan Home & Hospice Care Report 74 

State Forest Fire Warden & State Forest Ranger Report... 64 

Summary Inventory of Valuation 52 

2003 Synopsis of Town Meetings and Election Results ....76 

Tax Collector 41 

Tax Rate Computation 51 

Town Clerk 44 

Town Officer's 1 

Treasurer's Report 35 

Trustee of the Trust Funds 36 

Vital Statistics 88 

Warrant for Town Meeting 3 

Wilton Forest Fire Warden 63 

Wilton Main Street Association 70 

Waterworks Report 61 

Wilton-Lyndeborough Youth Center 68 

Wilton- Lyndeborough Cooperative High School S36 

Wilton Old Home Days 65 



TOWN OFFICERS - 2003 



Selectmen: 




Moderator: 


Stuart S. Draper, Chair. 


2004 


Richard D. Rockwood 


Jerry W. Greene 


2005 




Robert MacFarland 


2006 


Highway Agent: 

Brian Adams, Resign. 


Tax Collector: 




Stephen Elliott 


Jane K. Farrell 


2004 


Appt. 11/03 



2004 



Jennifer Walsh, Deputy Resign. 
Pamela Atwood, 

Appt. Deputy 9/03 

Town Clerk: 

Jane K. Farrell 2005 

Jennifer Walsh, Deputy Resign. 
Pamela Atwood, 

Appt. Deputy 9/03 



Treasurer: 

Barry A. Greene 



2004 



Trustee of the Trust Funds: 

John H. Hutchinson, Chair.2005 
Earl W. Watts 2004 

Louise Greene 2006 



Auditors: 

Plodzik & Sanderson 



2005 



Planning Board: 

W. Bruce Johnson Jr., 2004 

Co-Chairman 
Mark H. Whitehill, 2005 

Co-Chairman 
Elizabeth A. Castro 2004 

Matthew W. Fish 2005 

J. Alexander MacMartin,Jr.2006 
R. Neil Faiman 2006 

Stuart S. Draper, Selectmen Member 
Dawn Tuomala, Alt. 
L. David Holder, Alt. 
Kyra Brennan, Alt. 
Brian Sullivan, Alt. 



Budget Committee: 

Cary A. Hughes, Chair. 2004 
Donald R. McGettigan, Sr. 2004 
William J. Keefe 2005 

Donald C. Davidson, Jr. 2005 
David B. Tierney, Jr. 2006 

Kyra L. Brennan 2006 

Joyce A Fisk, School Bd. Member 
Stuart S. Draper, Selectmen Member 

Zoning Board of Adjustment: 

R. Neil Faiman, Chair. 2005 

James A. Turtle 2004 

Joanna K. Eckstrom 2005 

Carol R. Roberts 2006 

Robert E. Spear, Jr. 2006 
Ronald A. Hanisch, Alt. 

Supervisor of Checklist: 

Joan C. Pellerin, Chair. 2004 
Lori J. Rolke 

Appt. to 3/04 
Nancy Lee Claire 2006 

Conservation Commission: 

Spencer C. Brookes II, Chair. 
Lynne E. Draper 
Andrew R. LeFrangois, 

Resign. 4/03 
H. Alan Preston 
Leslie P. Tallarico 
Philip C. Heald, Emeritus 



TOWN OFFICERS - 2003 



Heritage Commission: 

Stanley T. Young, Chair. 

Corinne F. Blagbrough 

Robert A. Chouinard 

Michael G. Dell'Orto 

Gail R. Hoar 

Leslie A. Wharton 

Phyllis P. Tallarico, Alt. 

Jerry W. Greene, Selectmen Member 

Library Director: 

Carol R. Roberts 

Library Trustees: 

Ronald E. Brown, Chair. 
Olga S. Brigham 
Mary Ellen Brookes 
Faye B. Crawford 
Harold C. Levine 
Sandra S. Perfito 
Stanley T. Young 

Chief of Police: 

Robert D. Maguire, 

Resign. 4/03 
Joseph Devine, 

Acting Chief 
Brent Hautanen 

Appt. 11/03 

Building Inspector: 

William F. Condra 

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 



Water Commissioners: 

James A. Tuttle, Chair. 2004 
Thomas P. Herlihy, Chair. 2005 
Charles O. McGettigan, Jr. 2006 

Recycle Center: 

Maurice G. Guay, Sr. 

Overseer of Welfare: 

Charles O. McGettigan, Jr. 

Masonry, Brick & Stone: 

Leroy V. Tuttle 

Parks & Playgrounds: 

Highway Department 

Sewer Commissioners: 

C. Stanley Schultz, Chair. 2005 
Charles O. McGettigan, Jr. 2004 
David B. Tierney, Jr. 2006 

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: 

Harold P. Melcher Jr. 

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 9, 2004 at 10 A.M. to ballot for necessary Town Officers and 
other action required to be inserted on said official ballots. 

(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 the Zoning Ordinance Amendment No. 1 
as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town of Wilton Zoning Ordinance as 
follows: 

ADD Section 4.6.7, Wetlands Conservation District Setback, to the Performance 
Standards section, and ADD Section 11.6, Setbacks , in the Wetlands 
Conservation District section of the ordinance, to establish a requirement that 
buildings must be set back 50 feet from a delineated wetlands boundary within 
the Wetlands Conservation District. Adequate open land is required to filter 
pollutants and nutrients before being released to the wetlands; provide adequate 
area to recharge the surface and subsurface watershed; to control stormwater 
runoff, and to protect habitat around wetlands that are necessary for aquatic and 
land animals. (This amendment has Planning Board approval.) 

3. Are you in favor of the adoption of the Zoning Ordinance Amendment No. 2 
as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town of Wilton Zoning Ordinance as 
follows: 

ADD Sections 5.3.6 (c) and (d), to Schools and daycare centers section, to 
provide two new Special Exceptions in the Residential District. Section 5.3.6 (c.) 
permits adult and youth educational and cultural activities as an accessory use of 
schools allowed under paragraph (a.). Section 5.3.6 (d.), Accessory Adult 
Educational Facilities , permits the construction of accessory facilities subordinate 
to schools allowed under paragraph (a.) These facilities are intended for teacher & 
instructors training, licensing, accreditation, and development. These facilities are 
in support of the principal school for training and education and have maximum 
size restrictions of 30 percent of the primary facility's heated gross square footage, 
but shall not exceed a maximum of 10,000 square feet of total floor area and a 
maximum of two (2) stories. Granting of Special Exceptions and Site Plan review 
will be required. The intent is to allow schools to have facilities for teacher, youth 



and adult instruction / activities to enhance educator skills and educational 
opportunities. (This amendment has Planning Board approval.) 

4. Are you in favor of the adoption of the Zoning Ordinance Amendment No. 3 
as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town of Wilton Zoning Ordinance as 
follows: 

AMEND Section 6.2.1, >4rea, of the Lot Requirements section, to remove all 
requirements for lot size, based on soil potential ratings for subsurface disposal 
systems (Septic systems) and replace with a minimum lot size of 2 contiguous 
acres excluding wetlands and land within the 100 year flood hazard zone 
(floodplain). This is to simplify a process that has proven to be subjective and 
expensive to the property owner and still ensure adequate upland soils for lots 
adjacent to wetlands and floodplains. (This amendment has Planning Board 
approval.) 

5. Are you in favor of the adoption of the Zoning Ordinance Amendment No. 4 
as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town of Wilton Zoning Ordinance as 
follows: 

AMEND Section 8.2.1, Area, in the Lot Requirements section of the Industrial 
District, to exclude land within the 100-year flood hazard zone (floodplain) from 
minimum lot requirements. This is in addition to the existing 2 acre of land 
minimum, excluding wetlands. There is no contiguous dry land requirement for 
industrial lots. The intent is to ensure adequate upland soils for lots adjacent to 
wetlands and floodplains. (This amendment has Planning Board approval.) 

6. Are you in favor of the adoption of the Zoning Ordinance Amendment No. 5 
as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town of Wilton Zoning Ordinance as 
follows: 

ADD Section 12.3 (j), Permitted Uses, in the Aquifer Protection District, to permit 
subsurface propane and liquefied natural gas tanks within the Aquifer District. 
The intent is to permit residential and commercial/Industrial underground storage 
of these gases for on-site energy needs only. (E.g. Residential 500 gallon buried 
tank) (This amendment has Planning Board approval.) 

7. Are you in favor of the adoption of the Zoning Ordinance Amendment No. 6 
as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town of Wilton Zoning Ordinance as 
follows: 

AMEND Sections 12.4 (b), and (d), Prohibited Uses, in the Aquifer Protection 
District, to remove the exception in paragraph (b) allowing underground 
petroleum tanks in the Aquifer Districts, so that no petroleum, regulated 
substances (gasoline, diesel, oils, refined liquids etc.) and associated 
underground piping are permitted in the district. In paragraph (d), Commercial 



uses were added In addition to industrial uses that cannot discharge contact type 
process water on site. Both actions are for the protection of source water from 
potential contamination. (This amendment has Planning Board approval.) 

8. Are you in favor of the adoption of the Zoning Ordinance Amendment No. 7 
as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town of Wilton Zoning Ordinance as 
follows: 

AMEND Section 25.0, Impact Fees, to incorporate the following changes: These 
amendments are in preparation for an impact fee schedule, following update 
of the Capital Improvements Plan. 

• AMEND Section 25.3, Authority to Assess Impact Fees, to make reference to 
new section 25.8, Review Establishment of Fees and to establish that the 
Impact Fee Schedule is a separate document from the ordinance. 

• AMEND SECTION 25.5, Administration of Impact Fees, to ADD Section 
25.5.01 , Imposition of Impact Fees, to establish; 1) That anyone that seeks to 
undertake new development by applying for a building permit, unless vested 
under RSRA 674:39, Four Year Exemption, is subject to impact fees; 2) That 
impact fees are due at the time a building permit is issued and building 
permits will be withheld until impact fees are paid; 3) That impact fees are 
assessed at the time of approval and recordation of a plan at the Registry of 
Deeds; and the Fee schedule is in Appendix VIII, separate from the 
ordinance. 

• ADD Section 25.8, Rew'evv Establishment of Fees, to set in place a process 
for reviewing and amending the fee schedule as required. Amendments will 
take effect upon approval and certification with the Town Clerk. (This 
amendment has Planning Board approval.) 

9. Are you in favor of the adoption of the Zoning Ordinance Amendment No. 8 
as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town of Wilton Zoning Ordinance as 
follows: 

AMEND the Code for Building and Sanitation, Article II, as follows: 

• ADD Paragraph (I), establish that for all residential and non-residential 
construction, fees shall be payable as set forth in the Building Permit Fees 
schedule for the issuance of a building permit(s) and their required 
inspection(s). The Building Permit Fees schedule is separate from this 
ordinance and is reviewed and/or amended periodically as required by the 
Planning Board. The Building Permit Fees schedule is located separately from 
the ordinance in Appendix VII and becomes effective upon approval and 
certification by the Town Clerk. 

• AMEND and REMOVE the Building Permit Fees from Paragraph (F) of the 
ordinance and update the methodology and price structure based on 
recommendations from the Building Inspector, research and planning Board 
input. (This amendment has Planning Board approval.) 



You are further notified to appear at the Florence Rideout Elementary School 
Auditorium in said Wilton, Thursday the 11 th day of March 2004 at 8:00 P.M. to 
act upon the following: 

10. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of one 
hundred forty thousand dollars ($140,000) for the start of upgrading Isaac Frye 
Highway between McGettigan Road and Badger Farm Road. Monies to be raised 
from general taxation. This will be a non-lapsing appropriation per RSA 32:7, VI 
and will not lapse until the road project is 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.) 

11. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of sixty 
thousand dollars ($60,000) for the start of upgrading Marden Road between 
Goldsmith Road and Wilton Center Road. Monies to be raised from general 
taxation. This will be a non-lapsing appropriation per RSA 32:7, VI and will not 
lapse until the road project is 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 fifteen 
thousand, eight hundred twenty dollars ($15,820) for the purchase of equipment 
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.) 

13. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of forty 
thousand dollars ($40,000) 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.) 

14. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of fifty 
thousand dollars ($50,000) to be added to the Fire Station Renovation/Addition 
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.) 

15. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of twelve 
thousand five hundred dollars ($12,500) to be added to the Police Cruiser 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.) 



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, 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 raise and appropriate the sum of ten thousand 
dollars ($10,000) to be added to the Town Hall Repair Project Capital Reserve 
Fund, to be raised 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 one 
hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) to be added to the Library Renovation & 
Preservation 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). 

19. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of seventy 
three thousand dollars ($73,000) to purchase a 2003 Freightliner Highway Dump 
truck, 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 raise and appropriate the sum fifty thousand 
dollars ($50,000) 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.) 

21 . To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of five hundred 
fifty thousand dollars ($550,000) for the purchase of easements on the "Four 
Corners Farm Land" located on Abbot Hill Road and Isaac Frye Highway. Five 
hundred ten thousand dollars ($510,000) to come from gifts and grants and forty 
thousand dollars ($40,000) to come from the Conservation Commission Fund, 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 fifteen 
thousand dollars ($15,000) to be added to the Bridge 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.) 



23. To see if the town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of two million, 
seven hundred ninety thousand, three hundred sixty eight dollars ($2,790,368) 
which represents the operating budget for the year 2004. 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 
eleven thousand six hundred eighty eight dollars ($3,911,688). (Budget 
Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) 

24. To vote to see if the Town of Wilton will authorize the Selectmen for the 
Town of Wilton to enter into a lease agreement with Quinn Bros. Corp. for the 
removal of earth products on Lot E-023 owned by the Town of Wilton; and to 
enter into an option to purchase from Quinn Bros. Corp. an abutting parcel of 
land, Lot F-173, at completion of the earth removal operation on both Lot E-023 
and F-173, said lease and option to be upon such terms as the Selectmen and 
the Wilton Water Commissioners may determine to be in the best interest of the 
Town or to take any other action relating thereto. (Selectmen recommend this 
article.) 

25. To see if the town will vote to discontinue the obsolete positions of the 
"Corder of Wood", "Surveyors of Lumber", "Forest Committee" and finally 
"Masonry, Brick & Stone" or to take any other action relating thereto. (Selectmen 
recommend this article.) 

26. To hear the report of Agents, Auditors and Committees or Officers 
heretofore chosen to pass any vote relating thereto. 

27. To transact any other business that may legally come before said meeting. 

Given under our hands this 18th day of February 2004. 

Stuart S. Draper 

Jerry W. Greene 

Robert MacFarland 

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 18th day of February, 2004. 

Stuart S. Draper 

Jerry W. Greene 

Robert MacFarland 

Selectmen of Wilton, New Hampshire 



8 



Town of Wilton Budget 2004 
Purpose of Appropriations 





BUD 03 


ACT 03 


REQ04 


BUD 04 NotAppr 


GENERAL GOVERNMENT 










Town Officers Salaries 


7,850 


7,850 


7,850 


7,850 


Elections & Registrations 


1,100 


634 


2,275 


2,275 


Town Office Expense 


171,030 


174,113 


188,329 


188,329 


Legal Expense 


20,000 


10,954 


15,000 


15,000 


FICA/Retirement/Pension 


52,940 


51,628 


57,500 


57,500 


Planning Board 


18,900 


15,759 


28,764 


28,764 


Zoning Board 


2,950 


2,704 


2,950 


2,950 


General Gov't Building 


37,560 


22,380 


36,100 


36,100 


Cemeteries 


25,585 


26,899 


29,855 


29,855 


Benefit Package 


81,780 


69,664 


106,495 


106,495 


Unemployment Comp 


600 


215 


600 


600 


Workers Comp 


15,922 


9,645 


18,000 


18,000 


Insurance-Liability 


29,000 


37,116 


36,905 


36,905 


Contingency Fund 


5,000 


- 


5,000 


5,000 


TOTAL 


470,217 


429,561 


535,623 


535,623 


PUBLIC SAFETY 










Police Department 


344,378 


325,313 


357,478 


357,478 


Police Station 


8,332 


10,014 , 


13,374 


13,374 


W-L-T Ambulance 


17,160 


17,160 | 


40,954 


40,954 


Fire Department 


74,246 


58,568 


74,479 


74,479 


Building Inspection 


19,415 


14,479 


19,415 


19,415 


Emergency Management 


15,720 


15,399 


500 


500 


Communications 


58,991 j 


58,537 


73,004 


73,004 


Hydrant Rental 


16,200 


16,200 


16,200 


16,200 


TOTAL 


554,442 


515,670 


595,404 


595,404 


HIGHWAYS & STREETS 










Highway Maintenance 


338,475 


353,939 


356,100 


356,100 


Resurfacing 


133,000 


108,248 


148,000 


148,000 


Street Lighting 


22,000 


19,812 j 


22,000 


22,000 


TOTAL 


493,475 


481,999 


526,100 


526,100 


SANITATION 


. j 






i 


Recycling Center 


435,920 


451,268 


471,970 


471,970 


Municipal Sewer Dept 


210,080 


201,230 ; 


206,840 ! 


206,840 


Landfill Close 


7,500 


1,275 


2,500 


2,500 


TOTAL 


653,500 


653,773 


681,310 


681,310 



Town of Wilton Budget 2004 
Purpose of Appropriations 





BUD 03 


ACT 03 


REQ04 


BUD 04 


Not Appr 


HEALTH 












Health Department/Officer 


800 


430 


800 


800 


- 


Animal Control 


3,050 


2,205 


3,050 


3,050 


- 


Neighborhood Health 


1,500 


1,500 


1,800 


1,500 


300 


Home Health Care 


7,000 


7,000 


7,000 


7,000 


- 


Monadnock Family Services 


3,750 


3,750 


4,845 


3,750 


1,095 


Milford Mediation Program 


200 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Milford Regional Counseling 


1,000 


1,000 


2,500 


1,000 


1,500 


Souhegan Nursing 


5,000 


5,000 


4,400 


4,400 


- 


Bridges 


750 


750 


750 


750 


- 


American Red Cross 


750 


750 


750 


750 


- 


Home Health & Hospice Care 






4,421 


- 


4,421 


TOTAL 


23,800 


22,385 


30,316 


23,000 




WELFARE 












Aid to Disabled St. Joseph's 


455 


455 


455 


455 


- 


General Assistance 


18,000 


29,275 


20,800 


20,800 


- 


TOTAL 


18,455 


29,730 


21,255 


21,255 




CULTURE & RECREATION 












Parks & Playgrounds 


2,250 


2,411 


2,350 


2,350 


- 


Library 


142,655 


142,655 


149,788 


149,788 


- 


Patriotic Purposes 


750 


750 


750 


750 


- 


W-L Youth Center/Goss Park 


1 1 ,374 


11,374 


11,715 


11,715 


- 


Conservation Commission 


3,199 


2,918 


3,225 


3,225 


- 


Conservation Acquisition Fund 


40,000 


40,000 


50,000 


50,000 


- 


Conservation Trail Easements 


1 








- 


Heritage Commission 


700 


105 


1,950 


350 


1,600 


Heritage Commission Fund 


1 


1 






- 


Main Street Association 


10,000 


10,000 


10,000 


10,000 


- 


TOTAL 


210,930 


210,214 


229,778 


228,178 




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 


4,481 


20,000 


20,000 


- 


TOTAL 


75,180 


54,661 


70,180 


70,180 





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Town of Wilton Budget 2004 
Purpose of Appropriations 





BUD 03 


ACT 03 


REQ04 


BUD 04 NotAppr 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 










Recycling Center 


41,200 


41,195 




- 


Highway Dept Equipment 


42,000 


33,378 


73,000 


73,000 


Fire Dept Equipment 


18,440 


5,682 


15,820 


15,820 


Police Cruiser 


23,833 


23,833 




- 


Bridge Replacement 


1,000,000 


1,000,000 




- 


Emergency Services Building 


75,000 


43,941 




- 


Fire Station Roof Repair 


22,158 


16,900 




- 


Athletic Playing Fields 


275,000 


275,000 




- 


Marden Road Improvements 






60,000 


60,000 


Isaac Frye Hwy Improvements 






140,000 


140,000 


4 Corners Farm Easement 






550,000 


550,000 


TOTAL 


1,497,631 


1 ,439,929 


838,820 


838,820 


CAPITAL RESERVE FUNDS 










Police Cruiser 






12,500 


12,500 


Ambulance 


5,000 


5,000 


5,000 


5,000 


FireTruck 


25,000 


25,000 


40,000 


40,000 


Town Hall Renovation 


- 




10,000 


10,000 


Athletic Playing Fields 


125,000 


125,000 




- 


Library Restoration 


100,000 


100,000 


100,000 


100,000 


Fire Station Add/Renovations 


50,000 


50,000 


50,000 


50,000 


Bridges 






15,000 


15,000 


TOTAL 


305,000 


305,000 


232,500 


232,500 


OTHER EXPENSES 










Municipal Water Dept 


175,062 


171,032 


159,318 


159,318 


TOTAL 


175,062 


171,032 


159,318 


159,318 


GRAND TOTAL 


4,477,692 


4,313,954 


3,920,604 


3,911,688 8,916 



11 



Town of Wilton Budget 2004 
Sources of Revenue 





EST 03 


ACT 03 


EST 04 


TAXES 








Interest & Penalties Del Tax 


25,000 


44,660 


25,000 


Yield Tax 


20,000 


36,055 


25,000 


Interest & Penalties Res Tax 




203 




Land Use Change 


40,000 


100,875 


50,000 


Payment in Lieu of Tax 


5,000 


7,018 


6,500 


Gravel Tax 


8,000 


13,277 


10,000 


TOTAL 


98,000 


202,088 


116,500 


INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE STATE 






Shared Revenue 


172,949 


64,378 


64,378 


State Revenue Tax Program 




- 


114,548 


Highway Subsidy 


106,423 


106,423 


106,759 


Reimbursement Forest 


600 


566 


550 


RR Tax State 


1,350 


2,446 


2,300 


State Aid for Bridges 


800,000 


651,258 




Reimbursement for Generator 


15,720 


15,720 




TOTAL 


1,097,042 


840,791 


288,535 


LICENSES & PERMITS 








Motor Vehicle Permits 


475,000 


548,357 


500,000 


Dog Licenses 


5,000 


4,729 


4,500 


Town Office Reimbursement 


12,000 


19,235 


12,000 


Marriage Licenses 




282 




UCC Certificates 


1,500 


1,550 


1,500 


Certified Copies 


400 


239 


200 


Title Fees 


1,600 


2,014 


1,800 


Building Permits 


12,000 


21,404 


18,000 


TOTAL 


507,500 


597,810 


538,000 


CHARGES FOR SERVICES 








Income From Departments 


43,500 


93,137 


68,500 


Recycling Other Towns 


262,311 


230,750 


265,798 


Recycling Income 


50,000 


112,893 


75,000 


TOTAL 


355,811 


436,780 


409,298 



12 



Town of Wilton Budget 2004 
Sources of Revenue 





EST 03 


ACT 03 


EST 04 


MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE 










Interest on Deposits 


25,000 


12,342 


12,000 




TOTAL 


25,000 


12,342 


12,000 




OTHER FINANCING SOURCES 










Income From Water Dept 


175,062 


216,944 


159,318 




Income From Sewer Dept 


210,080 


164,002 


206,840 




Withdraw From Capital Reserve 


328,200 


101,410 


40,000 




Income From Trust Fund 


8,000 


6,980 


7,000 




Surplus to Bridges 


200,000 


200,000 






Carnival Hill Donations 




3,877 






Property Liability Refund 




5,802 






4 Corners Farm Grants/Gifts 






510,000 




TOTAL 


921,342 


699,015 


923,158 




TOTAL REVENUE 


3,004,695 


2,788,826 


2,287,491 




Total Appropriations 


4,477,692 




3,911,688 




Estimated Revenue 


3,004,695 




2,287,491 


Taxes To Be Raised 


1,472,997 




1,624,197 



13 



BUDGET COMMITTEE REPORT 

The Wilton Budget Committee reports good news and bad news. The good 
news is that the municipal and school budgets are under control. The bad news is 
that Concord's change to the school funding formula is expected to result in a 
substantial loss of State funding for the schools, which will translate into an increase 
to your tax rate. Please keep in mind that this new budget is difficult to compare to 
last year's when $1 ,000,000 of expenditures was for the new Red Bridge but that 
expenditure was offset by $800,000 of State revenues. The Municipal Budget Act, 
under which Wilton operates, requires that all spending be shown even though the 
net cost is lower. 

Increases in salary and benefit line items throughout the budget have been 
offset by a fewer big-ticket items. This year your Budget Committee has 
recommended: 

a) Paying for the Highway Department truck acquired by lease late last year 
- $73,000. 

b) Giving another $100,000 toward the Library Restoration fund. 

c) Adding $50,000 to the fire station capital reserve fund. 

d) $60,000 for improvements to part of Marden Road which will be offset, 

in part, by $30,000 from impact fees. 

e) $140,000 to start work on Isaac Frye Highway between the Four Corners 
Farm and McGettigan Road, which may be partially offset by impact fees. 
Total costs will be over $350,000 and you will probably see a request for 
more money for Isaac Frye Highway next year. 

Both of these road projects reflect the direct cost of dealing with growth. 
Roads which were adequate for a few houses may not be adequate when there is 
a house every 200 feet. 

The Wilton School District (Florence Rideout) is proposing a relatively 
modest increase in the operating budget from $2,500,586 to $2,551,110, an 
increase of about 2%. 

The Water Department surplus continues to add up. Including capital 
reserve funds the surplus now totals about $521,000 which would fund their 
operating budget over 3 years. 

The Wilton Budget Committee has no control over the Wilton- Lyndeborough 
Cooperative School Budget which has its own budget committee. Look for a 
significant increase in WLC's budget, driven by a deficit this year and significant 
Special Ed. increases projected for next year. 

So, how many Budget Committee members does it take to screw in a light 
bulb? Nine: One to screw it in and eight to talk about how little the old one cost. 
Service on the Budget Committee is a great way to learn about town finances. New 
faces and new ideas are always welcome. Many thanks to everyone who met with 
us for your cooperation and good humor. 

Respectfully Submitted, 

The Wilton Budget Committee 



14 



TOWN OF WILTON 

BALANCE SHEET 

DECEMBER 31. 2003 

ASSETS 



CASH: PETTY CASH 

GENERAL FUND 
INVESTMENT ACCOUNT 
WATER DEPT SAVINGS 
CONSERVATION COMMISSION 



UNREDEEMED TAXES 

UNCOLLECTED TAXES 

PROPERTY 2003 

PRIOR YR PROPERTY 

YIELD TAX 

LIENS 

LAND USE TAX 

RESIDENCE TAX 2002 



UNCOLLECTED SEWER 

UNCOLLECTED WATER 

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE 

DUE FROM STATE BRIDGES 

DUE FROM STATE HWY BLOCK GRANT 

DUE FROM SEWER DEPT 

CAPITAL RESERVES 
AMBULANCE 
BRIDGES 
FIRE PUMPER 
CONSERVATION 
HIGHWAY 
POLICE CRUSIER 
RECYCLING CENTER 
COOLEY PARK 
TOWN HALL EXP TRUST 
ATHLETIC FIELD 
EMERGENCY SERVICE BLDG 
WATER WELL PUMP EQUIP 
REVALUATION 
LIBRARY RENOVATION 
FIRE STATION ADDITION 
EASTVIEW LINE EXTENSION 
PAINT WATER TANK 

GRAND TOTAL 



$587.92 

$2,554,867.41 

$528.45 

$310,805.70 

$76,625.40 



$2,943,414.88 
$164,019.20 



$540,465.23 

$2,338.00 

$261.75 

$2,450.14 

$36,300.00 

$20.00 



$13,773.08 

$4,492.00 

$6,550.25 

$296,198.17 

$114,547.61 



$33,846.73 

$39,019.42 

$95,387.28 

$2,561.42 

$41,291.21 

$1,732.03 

$108,813.66 

$74,704.02 

$12,837.88 

$248,010.03 

$72,240.35 

$24,636.44 

$494.41 

$100,005.26 

$50,002.63 

$250,843.51 

$2,554.56 



$581,835.12 



$26,945.74 $462,506.85 



$1,158,980.84 



$5,310,756.89 



15 



TOWN OF WILTON 
LIABILITIES 



CASH OFFSET 

WATER DEPARTMENT 
CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

CAPITAL CARRY OVER 

BURTON HIGHWAY BRIDGE 
CARNIVAL HILL FIELDS 

DUE WATER DEPARTMENT 

TOWN OF GREENVILLE 

TOWN OF LYNDEBORO 

TOWN OF MASON 

TOWN OF TEMPLE 

125 PLAN DEDUCTIONS 

HERITAGE FUND 

SCHOOL WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 
WILTON/LYNDEBORO COOP 
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE 

CAPITAL RESERVE OFFSET 
CAPITAL RESERVE WATER OFFSET 

TOTAL LIABILITES 
FUND BALANCE 
GRAND TOTAL 

FUND BALANCE DECEMBER 31, 2002 
FUND BALANCE DECEMBER 31, 2003 

CHANGE FINANCIAL CONDITION 



$310,805.70 
$76,625.40 



$226,580.42 

$237,886.91 

$45,911.98 

$10,153.85 

$8,394.43 

$5,741.71 

$7,271.35 

$86.20 

$1.00 



$387,431.10 



$464,467.33 



$77,560.52 



$939,474.00 
$1,045,230.00 

$14,141.30 $1,998,845.30 

$880,946.33 

$278,034.51 $1,158,980.84 

$4,087,285.09 
$1,223,471.80 
$5,310,756.89 

$1,176,740.18 

$1,378,700.55 

$201,960.37 



16 



TOWN OF WILTON 





INCOME 










MS 5 REPORT YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2003 




















REVENUES FROM TAXES 








a. 


PROPERTY TAXES 


3110 


$5,674,477.00 




b 


ERROR 2002 SCHOOLS 




$514,880.19 




c. 


LAND USE CHANGE 


3120 


$100,875.00 




d. 


RESIDENT TAXES 


3180 






e. 


YIELD TAXES 


3185 


$36,055.36 




f. 


PAYMENT IN LIEU OF TAXES 


3186 


$7,018.00 




9- 


OTHER TAXES 


3189 






h 


INTEREST PENALTIES ON TAXES 


3190 


$44,861.30 




i. 


EXCAVATION TAX 


3187 


$13,277.36 




j. 


EXCAVATION ACTIVITY 


3188 






k. 


TOTAL 






$6,391,444.21 












TOTAL Rl 








a. 


LICENSES & PERMITS & BUSINESS 


3210 


$1,789.00 




b. 


MOTOR VEHICLES 


3220 


$550,371.00 




c. 


BUILDING PERMITS 


3230 


$21,403.84 




d. 


OTHER LICENSES, PERMITS 


3290 


$5,010.50 




e. 


TOTAL 






$578,574.34 












REVEN 


LIES 








a. 


HUD 


3311 






b. 


ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECT 


3312 






c. 


OTHER FEDERAL GRANTS 


3319 






d. 


TOTAL 






$0.00 












REVEN 


LIE FROM STATE 








a. 


SHARED REVENUE BLOCK GRANT 


3351 


$64,378.00 




b. 


MEALS AND ROOM DISTRIBUTION 


3352 


$114,547.61 




c. 


HIGHWAY BLOCK 


3353 


$106,422.93 




d. 


WATER POLLUTION 


3354 






e. 


CARNIVAL HILL DONATIONS 


3355 


$3,877.40 




f. 


STATE FOREST LAND REIMB 


3356 


$566.05 




9- 


REIMB RAILROAD 


3357 


$2,445.91 




h. 


OTHER STATE BRIDGE AID 


3359 


$651,257.67 




j. 

REVEN 

REVEN 


OTHER STATE GENERATOR REIMBURSEMENT 




$15,720.00 




TOTAL 






$959,215.57 


UE FROM OTHER GOVERNMENTS 


3379 






LIE CHARGES FOR SERVICES 








a. 


INCOME FROM DEPARTMENTS 


3401 


$111,340.00 




b. 


WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM CHARGES 


3402 


$171,031.77 




c. 


SEWER USE CHARGES 


3403 


$201,230.40 




d. 


GARBAGE REFUSE CHARGES 


3404 


$343,642.47 




e. 


ELECTRIC USER 


3405 






f. 


AIRPORT FEES 


3406 






9- 


OTHER CHARGES 


3409 






h. 


TOTAL 






$827,244.64 













17 



REVEN 


C 








UESMISC SOURCES 








a. 


SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS 


3500 






b. 


SALES MUNICIPAL PROPERTY 


3501 






c. 


INTEREST INVESTMENTS 


3502 


$12,342.47 




d. 


RENTS ON PROPERTY 


3503 






e. 


FINES & FORFEITS 


3504 






f. 


INSURANCE DIVIDEND 


3506 






g- 


OTHER INCOME (X) 


3508 


$6,837.19 




h. 


TAX ANTICIPATION NOTE 


3509 


$1,600,000.00 




i. 


TOTAL 






$1,619,179.66 












INTERFW 








a. 


TRANS SPECIAL REVENUE 


3912 






b. 


TRANS CAPITAL PROJECTS 


3913 


$200,000.00 




c. 


TRANS PROPRIETARY 


3914 






d. 


TRANS CAPITAL RESERVE 


3915 


$101,410.09 




e. 


TANSFERS TRUST AGENCY 


3916 


$6,980.11 




f. 


TOTAL 






$308,390.20 












OTHER Fl 








a. 


PROCEEDS LONG TERM 


3934 






b. 


PROCEEDS ALL OTHER BONDS 


3935 






c. 


OTHER LONG TERM 


3939 






d. 


TOTAL 






$0.00 












TOTAL 
FUNDE 
TOTAL 


REVENUE FROM ALL SOURCES 






$10,684,048.62 


QUITY JANUARY 1,2003 






$1,176,740.18 


LINES 11 &12 






$11,860,788.80 
















ACCT# 








EXPENSES 








GENER 


AL GOVERNMENT 








a. 


EXECUTIVE 


4130 


$181,962.39 




b. 


ELECTION REGISTRATIONS 


4140 


$634.37 




c. 


FINANCIAL ADM 


4150 






d. 


REVALUATION 


4152 


$1,415.00 




e. 


LEGAL 


4153 


$10,953.56 




f. 


PERSONNEL ADM 


4155 






9- 


PLANNING & ZONING 


4191 


$18,462.89 




h. 


GENERAL GOV BLDG 


4194 


$32,394.25 




i. 


CEMETERIES 


4195 


$26,899.41 




J. 


INSURANCE 


4196 


$168,053.11 




k. 


ADV & REGIONAL 


4197 






1. 


OTHER GENERAL GOV 


4199 


$26,928.07 




m. 


TOTAL 






$467,703.05 












PUBLIC 


SAFETY 








a. 


POLICE 


4210 


$325,313.04 




b. 


AMBULANCE 


4215 


$17,160.00 




c. 


FIRE 


4220 


$74,768.18 




d. 


BLDG INSPECTION 


4240 


$14,479.32 




e. 


EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 


4290 


$15,398.81 




f. 


OTHER PUBLIC SAFETY 


4299 


$58,536.79 




g- 


TOTAL 






$505,656.14 












AIRPOF 


IT /AVIATION 








a. 


ADMINISTRATION 


4301 






b. 


OPERATIONS 


4302 






c. 


OTHER 


4309 






d. 


TOTAL 






$0.00 













18 



HIGHWAYS AND STREETS 








a. 


ADMINISTRATION 


4311 






b. 


HIGHWAYS AND STREETS 


4312 


$462,187.39 




c. 


BRIDGES 


4313 


$1,000,000.00 




d. 


STREET LIGHTING 


4316 


$19,811.78 




e. 


OTHER 


4319 






f. 


TOTAL 






$1,481,999.17 












SANITY 


TION 








a. 


ADMINISTRATION 


4321 






b. 


SOLID WASTE COLLECTION 


4323 






c. 


SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL 


4324 


$452,542.56 




d. 


SOLID WASTE CLEANUP 


4325 






e. 


SEWAGE COLLECTION 


4326 


$201,230.40 


$0.00 


f. 


OTHER 


4329 






g- 


TOTAL 






$653,772.96 












WATER D 








a. 


ADMINISTRATION 


4331 






b. 


WATER SERVICES 


4332 


$171,031.77 




c. 


WATER TREATMENT 


4335 






d. 


WATER CONSERVATION 


4338 






e. 


OTHER 


4339 






f. 


TOTAL 






$171,031.77 












ELECT* 


ilC 








a. 


ADMINISTRATION 


4351 






b. 


GENERATION 


4352 






c. 


PURCHASES 


4353 






d. 


EQUIP MAINT 


4354 






e. 


OTHER 


4359 






f. 


TOTAL 






$0.00 
































a. 


HEALTH DEPARTMENT 


4411 


$430.24 




b. 


ANIMAL CONTROL 


4414 


$2,204.81 




c. 


HEALTH AGENCIES/HOSPITALS 


4415 


$20,205.00 




d. 


OTHER 


4419 






e. 


TOTAL 






$22,840.05 












TOTAL 
WELFA 


EDUCATIONAL EXPENDITURES 
















RE 








a. 


ADMINISTRATION 


4441 






b. 


DIRECT ASSISTANCE 


4442 


$29,275.35 




c. 


INTERG PAYMENTS 


4444 






d. 


VENDOR PAYMENTS 


4445 






e. 


OTHER 


4449 






f. 


TOTAL 






$29,275.35 












CULTUI 


RE AND RECREATION 








a. 


PARKS & RECREATION 


4520 


$288,784.99 




b. 


LIBRARY 


4550 


$152,655.00 




c. 


PATRIOTIC PURPOSE 


4583 


$750.00 




d. 


OTHER 


4589 






e. 


TOTAL 






$442,189.99 












CONSE 


RVATION 








a. 


ADMINISTRATION 


4611 


$3,023.43 




b. 


PURCHASE NATURAL RESOURCES 


4612 


$40,000.00 




c. 


OTHER 


4919 






d. 


TOTAL 






$43,023.43 













19 



REDEVELOPMENT AND HOUSING 








a. 


ADMINISTRATION 


4631 






b. 


REDEVELOPMENT 


4632 






c. 


TOTAL 






$0.00 






















ECONOMI 








a. 


ADMINISTRATION 


4651 






b. 


ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 


4652 






c. 


OTHER 


4659 






d. 


TOTAL 






$0.00 












DEBT SEF 








a. 


PRINCIPAL LONG TERM 


4711 


$32,180.00 




b. 


INTEREST LONG TERM 


4721 


$18,000.00 




c. 


INTEREST TANS 


4723 


$4,481.10 




d. 


OTHER 


4790 


$1,600,000.00 




e. 


TOTAL 






$1,654,661.10 












CAPITAL i 








a. 


LAND AND IMPROVEMENTS 


4901 






b. 


MACHINERY VEHICLE EQUIP 


4902 


$157,156.99 




c. 


BUILDINGS 


4903 






d. 


IMPROVEMENTS 


4909 






e. 


TOTAL 






$157,156.99 












INTERF 


UND TRANSFERS 








a. 


TRANSFER TO SPECIAL REVENUE 


4912 






b. 


TRANSFER TO CAPITAL PROJECTS 


4913 


$200,000.00 




c. 


TRANSFER TO PROPRIETARY 


4914 






d. 


TRANSFER TO CAPITAL RESERVE 


4915 


$305,000.00 




e. 


TRANSFER TO AGENCY 


4916 






f. 


TOTAL 






$505,000.00 






















PAYME 


NTS TO OTHER GOVERNMENT 








a. 


COUNTY TAXES 


4931 


$394,383.00 




b. 


PRECINCTS 


4932 






c. 


SCHOOLS 


4933 


$4,108,624.00 




d. 


OTHER 


4339 






e. 


TOTAL 






$4,503,007.00 












TOTAL 
TOTAL 
TOTAL 


EXPENDITURES 






$10,637,317.00 


FUND EQUITY 12/31/03 






$1,223,471.80 


LINE 19&20 






$11,860,788.80 











20 



























BALANCE 




CURRENT 












ACCT 


December 31, 2002 


December 31, 2003 


a. 


CASH 


1010 


$2,852,008.24 


$2,943,414.88 


b. 


INVESTMENTS CAPITAL RESERVE 


1030 


$1,044,840.33 


$1,158,980.84 


c. 


TAXES RECEIVABLE 


1080 


$528,094.88 


$580,023.98 


d. 


TAX LIENS RECEIVABLE 


1110 


$61,848.38 


$165,830.34 


e. 


ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE 


1150 


$13,352.88 


$6,550.25 


f. 


WATER RECEIVABLES 


1260 


$5,519.00 


$4,492.00 


f1 


SEWER RECEIVABLES 


1260 


$11,066.18 


$13,773.08 


a- 


DUE RECYCLE TOWNS 


1310 


($15,695.05) 


($31,561.34) 


gi 


DUE FROM RECYCLE 


1310 


$85,054.12 




h. 


DUE CAPITAL RESERVE 


1400 


$358,820.86 




hi 


DUE FROM SEWER 


1310 




$26,945.74 


i. 


DUE FROM STATE 


1670 




$410,745.78 


j- 


TOTAL 




$4,944,909.82 


$5,279,195.55 












LIABILI 
CURRE 


TIES AND FUND EQUITY 








NT LIABILITIES 








a. 


ACCOUNTS PAYABLE 


2020 


$10,853.41 


$14,227.50 


b. 


COMPENSATED ABSENCES 


2030 






c. 


CONTRACTS PAYABLE 


2050 


$2,579.10 




d. 


DUE WATER DEPT 


2070 


$111,946.43 


$45,911.98 


e. 


DUE SCHOOL DISTRICT 


2075 


$1,927,717.19 


$1,984,704.00 


f. 


DUE OTHER FUNDS CONSERVATION 


2080 


$36,110.87 


$76,625.40 


g- 


SEWER 


2220 


$10,283.07 




h. 


CARRY OVER BRIDGES 


2230 


$146,623.89 


$226,580.42 


i. 


CARRY OVER CARNIVAL HILL 


2230 




$237,886.91 


j- 


WATER OFFSET 




$477,215.35 


$310,805.70 


k. 


OTHER PAYABLE 


2270 






I. 


TOTAL 




$2,723,329.31 


$2,896,741.91 












FUNDE 


QUITY 








a. 


RESERVE FOR ENCUMBRANCES CAP RESERV 


2440 


$1,044,840.33 


$1,158,980.84 


b. 


RESERVE FOR CONTIN APPROP 


2450 






c. 


RESERVE FOR APPROPRIATIONS 


2460 






d. 


SPECIAL PURPOSES HERITAGE 


2490 




$1.00 


e. 


UNRESERVED 


2530 


$1,176,740.18 


$1,223,471.80 


f. 


TOTAL 




$2,221,580.51 


$2,382,453.64 












TOTAL 


LIABILITES & EQUITY 




$4,944,909.82 


$5,279,195.55 



21 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS 



TOWN OFFICE EXPENSE 

APPROPRIATION $171,030.00 



SALARY -APPRAI SER 






12,000.00 


LABOR-SECRETARY 






36,536.00 


LABOR- CLERK 






37,980.00 


LABOR-CLERICAL 






28,530.70 


LABOR-PART TIME 






24,874.20 


ADVERTISING 






482.50 


COMPUTER SUPT 






2,854.84 


CONTRACT SERVICES 






5,940.07 


CONVENTIONS 






1,214.50 


DUES-SUBSCRIP 






2,650.75 


EQUIPMENT NEW 






2,258.00 


FEES-STATE 






300.00 


INSURANCE 






283.00 


MEDICAL 






418.00 


MISC. 






138.74 


POSTAGE 






2,980.42 


PRINTING 






162.00 


RECORDING FEE 






210.81 


SERV CONTRACT 






188.43 


SUPPLIES 






6,409.40 


TAX LIENS 






896.00 


PHONE EXPENSE 






4,700.54 


TOWN REPORT 






1,469.55 


TRAINING 






328.40 


TRAVEL 






248.32 


TRUST FUNDS 






50.00 


COPIES 






6.31 


TOTAL 






$174,111.48 




TOWN OFFICERS SALARIES 








APPROPRIATION $7,850.00 




SALARY- SELECTMEN 






5,400.00 


SALARY -TREASURER 






750.00 


SALARY-OVERSEERER 






1,000.00 


SALARY-TRUSTEES 






500.00 


SALARY -SEXTON 






200.00 


TOTAL 






$7,850.00 




ELECTION & REGISTRATIONS 








APPROPRIATION $1,100.00 




LABOR-MODERATOR 






84.00 


LABOR- SUPERVISOR 






316.82 


LABOR-BALLOT CLERKS 




76.13 


ADVERTISING 






109.90 


FOOD 






37.82 


POSTAGE 






9.70 


TOTAL 






$634.37 



22 



LEGAL EXPENSE 
TOTAL 



LABOR-PART TIME 
LABOR-HIGHWAY 
LABOR-HOLIDAY 
LABOR-LAUREL HILL 
LABOR-MT CALVARY 
LABOR- SOUTH YARD 
LABOR-VALE END 
EQUIPMENT NEW 
EQUIPMENT RENTAL 
GASOLINE 
MAPS 

REPAIR PARTS 
REPAIRS-EQUIP 
SUPPLIES 
TRAVEL 

WATER SERVICE 
TOTAL 



LABOR- S ECRETARY 
ADVERTISING 
CONTRACT SERVICES 
DUES-SUBSCRIP 
NRPC 
POSTAGE 
PRINTING 
RECORDING FEE 
SUPPLIES 
TRAINING 
ZONING BOOK 
TOTAL 



LABOR-SECRETARY 

ADVERTISING 

POSTAGE 

TOTAL 



REFUNDS 

ST UNEMPLOYMENT TX 
TOTAL 



LEGAL EXPENSE 

APPROPRIATION $20,000.00 



CEMETERIES 
APPROPRIATION $25,585.00 



PLANNING BOARD 

APPROPRIATION $18,900.00 



ZONING BOARD 

APPROPRIATION $2,950.00 



UNEMPLOYMENT COMP 
APPROPRIATION $600.00 



23 



10,953.56 



273.04 

21.05 

310.00 

10,866.48 

4,706.60 

2,322.45 

3,006.63 

2,185.74 

1,000.00 

352.34 

351.00 

634.10 

20.87 

684.01 

65.10 

100.00 



3,133.75 

858.40 

1,500.00 

2,370.00 

7,095.00 

722.77 

-104.84 

63.54 

69.93 

90.00 

-40.00 



1,567.22 
704.20 
432.92 



-276.21 
490.94 



$10,953.56 



$26,899.41 



$15,758.55 



$2,704.34 



$214.73 



BUILDINGS 
APPROPRIATION $37,760.00 



LABOR-JANITORIAL 
CONTRACT SERVICES 
ELECTRICITY 
HEATING FUEL 
REPAIRS-BUILDING 
REPAIRS-EQUIP 
SEWER USE CHARGE 
SUPPLIES 
TRAVEL 

WATER SERVICE 
TOTAL 



FICA 

POLICE RETIREMENT 
TOTAL 



INSURANCE 
TOTAL 



WORKMENS COMP 
TOTAL 



LABOR-HIGHWAY 
LABOR-JANITORIAL 
ALARM MAINT 
CONTRACT SERVICES 
ELECTRICITY 
HEATING FUEL 
MISC. 

REPAIRS-EQUIP 
SUPPLIES 
TOTAL 



PAYROLL DED 
HEALTH INSURANCE 
DENTAL 

SHT TERM DISBIL 
LNG TRM DISABIL 
LIFE INSURANCE 
TOTAL 



FICA TOWN PORTION 

APPROPRIATION $52,940.00 



PUBLIC LIABILITY INS 

APPROPRIATION $29,000.00 



WORKMENS COMP INSURANCE 
APPROPRIATION $15,922.00 



POLICE BUILDING 

APPROPRIATION $8,332.00 



BENEFIT PACKAGE 

APPROPRIATION $81,780.00 



3,400.00 

405.95 

5,212.30 

6,421.61 

4,103.08 

1,226.22 

445.00 

214.52 

154.54 

797.00 



35,188.48 
16,439.75 



37,115.60 



9,644.89 



2,280.12 

1,615.00 

204.00 

462.00 

3,062.66 

1,600.07 

50.00 

471.25 

268.93 



-1,129.39 

62,736.98 

2,563.20 

2,473.69 

2,666.67 

353.24 



$22,380.22 



$51,628.23 



$37,115.60 



$9,644.89 



$10,014.03 



$69,664.39 



24 



POLICE DEPARTMENT 

APPROPRIATION $344,378.00 



LABOR-SECRETARY 
LABOR- COURT DUTY 
SALARY-CHIEF 
SALARY-REGULARS 
LABOR-SPECIALS 
LABOR-PRIVATE DUTY 
LABOR-TRAINING 
LABOR-VACATION 
LABOR-HOLIDAY 
ADVERTISING 
AMUNITION 
99 FORD CRUISER 
2001 FORD CRUS 
03 FORD CRIUSIER 
COMPUTER SUPT 
CONTRACT SERVICES 
DARE PROGRAM 
EQUIPMENT NEW 
EQUIPMENT RENTAL 
FEES-STATE 
FILM & DEVELOPING 
GASOLINE 
MEDICAL 
MISC. 
POSTAGE 
RADIO REPAIRS 
REPAIRS-EQUIP 
SIGNS 
SUPPLIES 
PHONE EXPENSE 
TIRES 
TRAINING 
TRAVEL 

UNIFORM CLEANING 
UNIFORMS 
WATER SERVICE 
PRIVATE WORK 
TOTAL 



COMMUNICATIONS 
PHONE EXPENSE 
TOTAL 



SUPPORT 

TOTAL 



COMMUNCIATIONS 

APPROPRIATION $58,991.00 



AMBULANCE-SUPPORT 

APPROPRIATION $17,160.00 



24, 
2, 

64, 
156, 

15, 
9/ 

8, 
5, 



2, 

2, 
2, 

9, 
1, 



4, 



4, 
2, 

If 

3, 



979.21 

610.24 

773.40 

191.44 

158.74 

079.56 

230.18 

767.04 

448.00 

572.55 

475.60 

169.95 

009.70 

523.31 

241.00 

180.48 

424.37 

850.30 

001.29 

50.00 

17.81 

991.82 

45.00 

236.57 

387.02 

67.75 

30.00 

30.52 

084.68 

086.66 

446.92 

657.67 

15.36 

13.50 

995.40 

320.00 

150.00 



57,015.69 
1,521.10 



17,160.00 



$325,313.04 



$58,536.79 



$17,160.00 



25 



FIRE DEPARTMENT EXP 

APPROPRIATION $74,246.00 



LABOR- CLERICAL 
LABOR- JANITORIAL 
ADVERTISING 
3 0-ENGINE 1 
3 0-ENGINE 2 
30-ENGINE 3 
3 -TANKER 1 
3 0-LADDER 1 
3 -RESCUE 1 
30-FORESTRY 1 
DIESEL FUEL 
DUES-SUBSCRIP 
ELECTRICITY 
EQUIPMENT NEW 
FIRE PREVENTION 
GASOLINE 
HEATING FUEL 
INSURANCE 
RADIO REPAIRS 
REIMBURSEMENT 
REPAIRS-BUILDING 
REPAIRS-EQUIP 
SEWER USE CHARGE 
SUPPLIES 
PHONE EXPENSE 
TRAINING 

UNIFORM CLEANING 
WATER SERVICE 
HAZARDOUS WASTE 
TOTAL 



LABOR-SUPERVISOR 
BURNER INSPECTION 
CONTRACT SERVICES 
CONVENTIONS 
EQUIPMENT NEW 
FILM & DEVELOPING 
SUPPLIES 
SUPPORT 
TRAVEL 

TOTAL 



CONCRETE 
EQUIPMENT NEW 
SUPPLIES 
TOTAL 



BUILDING INSPECTION 

APPROPRIATION $19,415.00 



EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 
APPROPRIATION $15,720.00 



154.25 

3,450.00 

23.65 

2,037.79 

851.46 

408.46 

376.87 

2,750.61 

225.46 

326.60 

413.95 

1,381.00 

1,471.95 

755.00 

935.85 

1,294.97 

2,782.25 

3,588.69 

621.21 

26,193.00 

963.20 

2,533.63 

255.00 

1,295.59 

1,241.24 

515.00 

14.00 

675.00 

1,032.50 



12,886.93 
405.00 
-20.00 

20.00 
459.55 

24.99 
216.59 

36.76 
449.50 



344.00 

15,025.00 

29.81 



$58,568.18 



$14,479.32 



$15,398.81 



26 



HIGHWAYS 
APPROPRIATION $338,475.00 



LABOR-PART TIME 
LABOR-HIGHWAY 
LABOR- SUPERVISOR 
LABOR-TRAINING 
LABOR-VACATION 
LABOR-HOLIDAY 
LABOR- SICK PAY 
ADVERTISING 
ASPHALT 
BLADES & BOLTS 
CHAINS 

CONTRACT SERVICES 
CULVERT-PIPE 
DIESEL FUEL 
DUES-SUBSCRIP 
ELECTRICITY 
EQUIPMENT NEW 
EQUIPMENT RENTAL 
GASOLINE 
HEATING FUEL 
HOT TOP -PATCH 
MEDICAL 

MOTOR OIL & GREASES 
PAGERS 

RADIO REPAIRS 
REPAIR PARTS 
REPAIRS-BUILDING 
REPAIRS-EQUIP 
SALT 

SAND-GRAVEL-STONE 
SIGNS 
SUPPLIES 
PHONE EXPENSE 
TESTING 
TIRES 
TRAINING 
TRAVEL 

WATER SERVICE 
TOTAL 



HYDRANT RENTAL 
TOTAL 



ASPHALT 
CULVERT-PIPE 
HOT TOP-PATCH 
SAND-GRAVEL- STONE 
TOTAL 



HYDRANTS 
APPROPRIATION $16,200.00 



RESURFACING 
APPROPRIATION $133,000.00 



7,443.00 

187,408.68 

700.00 

60.00 

6,595.37 

4,237.12 

172.20 

626.78 

725.10 

3,411.49 

3,114.00 

13,274.22 

2,470.54 

11,777.82 

350.00 

599.28 

20,796.74 

1,610.93 

252.43 

236.92 

1,843.61 

255.00 

802.86 

653.19 

502.00 

4,575.02 

10,686.00 

13,501.75 

31,021.74 

17,134.19 

958.27 

3,062.92 

361.65 

204.00 

2,289.01 

61.00 

62.26 

102.00 



16,200.00 



103,276.60 

330.00 

4,501.70 

140.00 



$353,939.09 



$16,200.00 



$108,248.30 



27 



ELECTRICITY 
TOTAL 



LABOR-PART TIME 
LABOR-HIGHWAY 
JOURNAL ENTRY 
ADVERTISING 
CONTRACT SERVICES 
TOTAL 



LANDFILL CLOSURE 
TESTING 

TOTAL 



STREET LIGHTING 

APPROPRIATION $22,000.00 



BRIDGES 
APPROPRIATION $1,000,000.00 



LANDFILL CLOSE 

APPROPRIATION $2,500.00 



RECYCLING CENTER 

APPROPRIATION $435,920.00 



LABOR-FULL TIME 

LABOR-PART TIME 

LABOR-SUPERVISOR 

ADMINISTRATIVE FEE 

ALARM MAINT 

ASH TESTING 

ASH REMOVAL 

CONTRACT SERVICES 

DIESEL FUEL 

DUES-SUBSCRIP 

DUMPSTER HAULING 

ELECTRICITY 

FEES-STATE 

HEATING FUEL 

LANDFILL CLOSURE 

MISC. 

MOTOR OIL & GREASES 

REPAIR PARTS 

REPAIRS-EQUIP 

REPAIRS-INCINERATOR 

REPAIRS-88 BOB CAT 

REPAIRS-97 CASE 

SKIDSTEER 

SUPPLIES 

PHONE EXPENSE 

TESTING 

TIES 

TIRE REMOVAL 

TOXIC MAT'L REMOVAL 

WASTE OIL 

WATER SERVICE 

WORKMENS COMP 

FICA 

HEALTH INSURANCE 



19,811.78 



180.00 
246.22 

247,803.17 
138.36 

751,632.25 



-725.00 
2,000.00 



63, 

61, 

36, 

5, 

3, 

3, 
2, 
2, 

1, 
148, 

6, 

41, 



2, 

14, 



28 



It 

2, 
If 

3, 

8, 



7, 

11, 

5, 



079.24 
920.03 
140.00 
000.00 
450.00 
212.50 
695.05 
373.74 
111.58 
205.00 
837.03 
654.34 
150.00 
364.06 
300.00 
953.00 
193.20 
165.72 
619.47 
945.90 
316.70 
507.16 
573.97 
896.52 
450.04 
980.00 
318.50 
471.50 
955.90 
80.08 
100.00 
251.27 
544.25 
191.20 



$19,811.78 



$1,000,000.00 



$1,275.00 



DENTAL 

SHT TERM DISBIL 
LNG TRM DISABIL 
LIFE INSURANCE 
REFRIGERATORS 
SCRAP METAL 
TOTAL 



SEWER DEPARTMENT 

APPROPRIATION $210,080.00 



LABOR-HIGHWAY 
LABOR-PUMP STATION 
LABOR-COMMISSIONERS 
ADMINISTRATIVE FEE 
COMMUNICATIONS 
COMPUTER SUPT 
CONTRACT SERVICES 
ELECTRICITY 
EQUIPMENT NEW 
INTEREST 
POSTAGE 

PRINCIPAL PAYMENT 
REIMBURSEMENT 
REPAIR PARTS 
REPAIRS-EQUIP 
SERV CONTRACT 
SEWER USE CHARGE 
SUPPLIES 
PHONE EXPENSE 
WATER SERVICE 
TOTAL 



WATER DEPARTMENT 

APPROPRIATION $175,062.00 



LABOR-CLERICAL 

LABOR-PART TIME 

LABOR-HIGHWAY 

LABOR-PUMP STATION 

LABOR-COMMISSIONERS 

LABOR-TRAINING 

ADMINISTRATIVE FEE 

ADVERTISING 

BLADES & BOLTS 

CHEMICALS 

COMMUNICATIONS 

COMPUTER SUPT 

CONTRACT SERVICES 

DAM REGISTRATION 

DUES-SUBSCRIP 

ELECTRICITY 

EQUIPMENT NEW 

EQUIPMENT RENTAL 

FEES-STATE 

INTEREST 

LEGAL EXPENSE 

LUNCHES 

PATCH-HOT TOP 



29 



802.92 

614.14 

569.79 

87.10 

3,883.00 

5,303.66 



2,027.91 

4,543.41 

1,500.00 

3,000.00 

264.00 

974.67 

2,036.40 

4,588.40 

1,396.00 

18,696.00 

222.25 

19,680.00 

6,171.02 

218.58 

731.84 

420.30 

123,314.00 

922.62 

24.00 

10,499.00 



631.95 

9,851.54 

4,284.10 

4,827.51 

2,100.00 

281.35 

5,000.00 

25.00 

7.47 

7,519.83 

296.95 

974.67 

16,351.69 

900.00 

150.00 

10,593.27 

20,275.08 

123.95 

200.00 

11,145.78 

2,838.00 

15.00 

2,500.00 



$451,267.56 



$201,230.40 



POSTAGE 

PRINCIPAL PAYMENT 

REIMBURSEMENT 

REPAIRS-EQUIP 

SAND-GRAVEL- STONE 

SUPPLIES 

PHONE EXPENSE 

TESTING 

TRAINING 

TRAVEL 

TOTAL 




448.32 

45,000.00 

9,068.16 

667.50 

148.45 
8,741.84 

689.62 
3,500.00 
1,099.24 

775.50 


$171,031 


.77 


HEALTH DEPARTMENT 
APPROPRIATION $895.00 
LABOR-HEALTH OFFICER 
DUES-SUBSCRIP 
TRAVEL 

TOTAL 


390.00 
10.00 
30.24 


$430 


.24 


SUPPORT 

TOTAL 


SOUHEGAN VALLEY NURSE 
APPROPRIATION $5,000.00 


5,000.00 


$5,000, 


.00 


DOG CARE 
FEES-STATE 
SUPPLIES 
TOTAL 


ANIMAL CONTROL 

APPROPRIATION $3,050.00 


390.00 

1,487.50 

327.31 


$2,204. 


,81 


SUPPORT 

TOTAL 


ST JOSEPHS SUPPORT 

APPROPRIATION $455.00 


455.00 


$455. 


,00 


SUPPORT 

TOTAL 


HOME HEALTH CARE 

APPROPRIATION $7,000.00 


7,000.00 


$7,000. 


,00 


SUPPORT 
TOTAL 


MONADNOCK FAMILY 

APPROPRIATION $3,750.00 


3,750.00 


$3,750. 


00 


SUPPORT 

TOTAL 


MILFORD REGIONAL COUNS 

APPROPRIATION $1,000.00 


1,000.00 


$1,000. 


00 


SUPPORT 

TOTAL 


RAPE AND ASSAULT SUPPORT 
APPROPRIATION $750.00 


750.00 


$750. 


00 



30 



SUPPORT 

TOTAL 



SUPPORT 
TOTAL 



DUES-SUBSCRIP 

ELECTRICITY 

FOOD 

HEATING FUEL 

MEDICAL 

RENTAL 

PHONE EXPENSE 

TESTING 

TRAVEL 

TOTAL 



LABOR-PART TIME 
LABOR-HIGHWAY 
SUPPLIES 
TOTAL 



SUPPORT 

TOTAL 



JOURNAL ENTRY 
ADVERTISING 
CONTRACT SERVICES 
TOTAL 



SUPPORT 

TOTAL 



CONTRACT SERVICES 
TOTAL 



NEIGHBORHOOD HEALTH CTR 
APPROPRIATION $1,500.00 



AMERICAN RED CROSS 

APPROPRIATION $750.00 



WELFARE 
APPROPRIATION $18,000.00 



PARKS & RECREATION 

APPROPRIATION $2,250.00 



GOSS PARK 
APPROPRIATION $11,374.00 



WJAA ATHELTIC FIELDS 

APPROPRIATION $275,000.00 



LIBRARY 
APPROPRIATION $142,655.00 



WILTON MAIN STREET ASSN 

APPROPRIATION $10,000.00 



1,500.00 



750.00 



60.00 

4,141.86 

60.00 

2,994.93 

482.55 

21,181.79 

93.37 

209.85 

51.00 



1,571.00 
497.99 
342.00 



11,374.00 



237,886.91 

388.09 

36,725.00 



142,655.00 



10,000.00 



$1,500.00 



$750.00 



$29,275.35 



$2,410.99 



$11,374.00 



$275,000.00 



$142,655.00 



$10,000.00 



31 



SUPPORT 

TOTAL 






MEMORIAL DAY 

APPROPRIATION $750.00 




750.00 


$750, 


,00 


EQUIPMENT 
TOTAL 


NEW 


CONSERVATION ACQUISITION FUND 
APPROPRIATION $40,000.00 


40 


,000.00 


$40,000, 


,00 


SIGNS 
SUPPLIES 
TOTAL 






HERITAGE COMMISSION 

APPROPRIATION $700.00 




55.00 
49.75 


$104, 


,75 


DUES-SUBSCRIP 
EQUIPMENT NEW 
NEW SERVICE 
POSTAGE 
SUPPLIES 
TRAINING 
DONATIONS 
TOTAL 




CONSERVATION COMMISSION 
APPROPRIATION $3,199.00 


1 


420.00 
775.00 
,321.45 
11.71 
159.55 
105.00 
124.97 


$2,917, 


,68 


SUPPORT 

TOTAL 






HERITAGE COMMISSION FUND 
APPROPRIATION $1.00 




1.00 


$1. 


,00 


PRINCIPAL 
TOTAL 


PAYMENT 


RECYCLE CENTER NOTE 

APPROPRIATION $12,500.00 


12, 


r 500.00 


$12,500. 


,00 


PRINCIPAL 
TOTAL 


PAYMENT 


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 $20,000.00 


4, 


,481.10 


$4,481. 


10 



32 



CONTRACT SERVICES 
TOTAL 



LABOR-HIGHWAY 
CONTRACT SERVICES 
ENGINEERING SERV 
MONTHLY CHARGES 
REPAIRS -BUILDING 
SAND-GRAVEL-STONE 
SUPPLIES 
TOTAL 



EQUIPMENT NEW 
TOTAL 



EQUIPMENT NEW 
SUPPLIES 
TOTAL 



EQUIPMENT NEW 
TOTAL 



EQUIPMENT NEW 
TOTAL 



FIRE STATION ROOF (CAP) 

APPROPRIATION $22,158.00 



EMERGENCY SERVICES BLDG 

APPROPRIATION $75,000.00 



RECYCLING CENTER (CAP) 

APPROPRIATION $41,200.00 



FIRE DEPT CAPITAL 

APPROPRIATION $18,440.00 



HIGHWAY CAP EQUIP 

APPROPRIATION $42,000.00 



C/R POLICE CRUISER 

APPROPRIATION $23,833.00 



CAPITAL RESERVE FND 
TOTAL 



CAPITAL RESERVE FND 
TOTAL 



CAPITAL RESERVE FND 
TOTAL 



C/R FIRE TANKER 

APPROPRIATION $25,000.00 



C/R LIBRARY 
" APPROPRIATION $100,000.00 



C/R AMBULANCE 

APPROPRIATION $5,000.00 



16,900.00 



3,955.00 
28,200.12 

3,882.04 
198.00 
373.19 

2,266.10 

5,066.32 



41,195.00 



3,779.47 
1,902.34 



33,377.66 



23,833.00 



25,000.00 



100,000.00 



5,000.00 



$16,900.00 



$43,940.77 



$41,195.00 



$5,681.81 



$33,377.66 



$23,833.00 



$25,000.00 



$100,000.00 



$5,000.00 



33 



C/R ATHLETIC FIELDS CAPITAL 

APPROPRIATION $125,000.00 
CAPITAL RESERVE FND 125,000.00 

TOTAL $125,000.00 

C/R NEW FIRE STATION 

APPROPRIATION $50,000.00 
CAPITAL RESERVE FND 50,000.00 

TOTAL $50,000.00 



COUNTY TAX 
TOTAL 



HILLSBORO COUNTY 

APPROPRIATION $394,383.00 



394,383.00 



$394,383.00 



SCHOOL TAX 
TOTAL 



SCHOOL TAX 
APPROPRIATION $4,108,624.00 



4,108,624.00 



$4,108,624.00 



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TREASURERS REPORT 
JANUARY 1, 2003, TO DECEMBER 31, 2003 



CASH ON HAND 01/01/2003 

TOWN ACCOUNTS INVESTED; 



INVESTMENT ACCOUNT 


$ 


1,903,753.25 




GENERAL FUND 


$ 


433,889.71 




WATER DEPARTMENT SAVINGS 


$ 


477,215.35 




CONSERVATION LAND ACQUISITION 


$ 


36,111.78 




PETTY CASH 


$ 


587.92 




ESCROW ACCOUNTS 


$ 


450.23 




TOTAL TOWN ACCOUNTS 


$ 


2,852,008.24 




TOTAL CASH ON HAND 01/01/2003 




$ 


2,852,008.24 


RECEIPTS: 








TOWN CLERK & OTHER SOURCES 


$ 


578,574.34 




TAX COLLECTOR 


$ 


6,391,444.21 




TAX ANTICIPATION NOTES 


$ 


1,600,000.00 




FROM CAPITAL RESERVE FUNDS 


$ 


308,390.20 




FROM THE STATE OF NH 


$ 


896,363.03 




CHARGES FOR SERVICES 


$ 


825,719.64 




OTHER INCOME 


$ 


6,837.19 




INTEREST ON INVESTMENTS 


$ 


12.537.69 




TOTAL RECEIPTS 




$ 


10,619,866.30 



TOTAL CASH BEFORE PAYMENTS $ 13,471,874.54 

LESS: PAYMENTS PER ORDER OF SELECTMEN $1 0,680,409.62 

TOTAL PAYMENTS $ 10,680,409.62 

BALANCE ON HAND 12/31/2003 $ 2,791,464.92 

TOWN ACCOUNTS: 

TOWN ACCOUNTS INVESTED; 

INVESTMENT ACCOUNT $527.82 

GENERAL FUND $ 2,554,867.41 

WATER DEPARTMENT SAVINGS $ 1 98,859.27 

CONSERVATION LAND ACQUISITION $ 36,622.50 

PETTY CASH $ 587.92 

ESCROW ACCOUNTS $ : 

TOTAL TOWN ACCOUNTS $ 2,791 ,464.92 

TOTAL CASH ON HAND 12/31/2003 $ 2,791.464.92 

RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED, 
BARRY GREENE, TOWN TREASURER 



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REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE TRUST FUNDS 


TOWN OF WILTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE 


DECEMBER 31, 2003 


I 


Unexpended 


FUND BALANCE. 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 


3,615.351 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 Department 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 


Town Hall Repair Project 10,000.00 2,735.04 12,735.04 


Wilton-LyndeboroughCo-Op., Bldg. & Equip. 122,000.00 32,658.93 154,658.93 


Wilton School Dist., ADA Bldg. Modifications 0.00; 2,931.24! 2,931.24 


Wilton School Dist., Modifications/Roof Drains 14,074.87 1,697.40 15,772.27 


Wilton School Dist., Building Improvements 


40,000.00: 2,673.40i 42,673.40 


Wilton Water Comm. Maint. Well, Pumps, Equip 


22,393.78 2,045.15 


24,438.93 


Wilton Water Commission, Water Meters 


659.22 7,888.33 


8,547.55 


School Funds: 






Isaac Spalding Fund 


15,279.89) 0.00 15,279.89 


Hattie Livesey Fund 


20,794.32, 0.00i 20,794.32 


Hannah Howard Fund 


6,032.58 O.OO! 6,032.58 


S. Archibald Smith Prize Fund 


1,000.00; 24.37: 1,024.37 


Roland R. Cooley Fund 


10,000.001 4,917.95 14,917.95 


BALANCE December 31. 2002 


1,230,616.95 212,485.90 1,443,102.85 






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I I 


RECEIPTS. January 1. 2003 throuqh December 31. 2003 


Principal 


Cemetery Lots: 


Hoover, Hubert M. 600.00 


Dutton, Jean 600.00 


Millward, Frank & Ivy 300.00 


Daniels Jr., Rudolph E. 150.00, 


Henry, Bruce & Loretta 


600.00 



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Pellerin, Joan 


300.00 






Ruiz, Mellisa 


350.00 






Tuttle Jr., Richard R. 


900.00 






Draper, Donald 


300.00 


4,100.00 




Capital Reserve Funds: 








Ambulance 


5,000.00 






Athletic Playing Fields 


125,000.00 






Fire Dept. Vehicle Equipment 


25,000.00 






Fire Station Renovation/Addition 


50,000.00 






Library Restoration 


100,000.00 






Recycling Center 


13,750.00 






Wilton School Dist. Maint. & Building Improvements 


43,000.00 






Wilton Water Commission, Eastview Line Installation 


250,000.00 






Wilton Water Commission, Painting of Water Tank 


32,000.00 


643,750.00 


647,850.00 










Income 








Cemetery Funds: 








Dora B. Bearisto Fund 


3.71 






Common Fund 


7.078.40 


7,082.11 




Capital Reserve Funds: 








Ambulance 


231.38 






Athletic Playing Fields 


1,217.15 






Bridges 


342.30 






Cooley Park Improvement Project 


598.72 






Emergency Services Building 


792.84 






Fire Department Vehicle Equipment 


565.34 






Fire Station, Renovation /Addition 


2.63 






Highway Equipment 


330.97 






Land Acquisition, Conservation Purposes 


20.65 






Library Renovation & Preservation 


5.26 






Police Equipment 


109.37 






Recycling Center 


1,090.66 






Revaluation of Town 


163.32 






Town Hall Repair Project 


102.84 






Wilton-Lyndeborough Co-Op., Bldg. & Equip. 


1,249.59 






Wilton School Dist., ADA Bldg. Modifications 


19.79 






Wilton School Dist., Modifications of Roof Drains 


127.46 






Wilton School Dist., Bldg. Improvements 


443.15 






Wilton Water Comm. Line Instal. Eastview/Lower Main St 


843.51 






Wilton Water Comm. Maint. Well Pumps & Equip. 


197.51 






Wilton Water Comm. Painting Water Tank 


26.56 






Wilton Water Commission, Water Meters 


40.15 


8,521.15 












School Funds: 








Isaac Spalding Fund 


604.31 







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Hattie Livesey Fund 


1,379.56 






Hannah Howard Fund 


579.69 


2,563.56 




S. Archibald Smith Prize Fund 




41.57 




Roland R. Cooley Fund 




120.62 


18.329.01 


TOTAL AVAILABLE FUNDS 






2,109,281.86 










DISBURSEMENTS. January 1. 2003 through December 31. 2003 






Cemetery Funds: 








Safe Deposit Box Rent 


45.00 






Rodney C. Woodman, Inc. 


57.00 






Town of Wilton, NH 


6.980.11 


7,082.11 




Capital Reserve Funds: 








Athletic Playing Fields 


28,215.09 






Bridges 


43,820.86 






Emergency Services Building 


315,000.00 






Police Equipment 


12,000.00 






Recycling Center 


41,195.00 






Revaluation 


20,000.00 






Wilton School Dist. ADA Building Mod. 


2,951.03 






Wilton School Dist, Maint. & Building Improvements 


10,661.24 






Wilton Water Comm. Painting Water Tanks 


29,472.00 






Wilton Water Comm. Water Meters 


8,587.70 


511,902.92 












School Funds: 








Wilton School District 




2,563.56 




S. Archibald Smith Prize Fund 




41.57 


521.590.16 


BALANCE. December 31. 2003 






1.587.691.70 














Unexpended 




FUND BALANCES. December 31. 2003 


Principal 


Income 


Balance 


Cemetery Funds: 








Common Fund (550 Cemetery Lots) 


122,843.92 


0.00 


122,843.92 


Bearisto Fund 


433.65 


0.00 


433.65 


Capital Reserve Funds: 








Ambulance 


30,000.00 


3,846.73 


33,846.73 


Athletic Playing Fields 


246,784.91 


1,225.12 


248,010.03 


Bridges 


17,970.92 


21,048.50 


39,019.42 


Cooley Park Improvement Project 


52,534.00 


22,170.02 


74,704.02 


Emergency Services Building 


40,000.00 


32,240.35 


72,240.35 


Fire Dept., Vehicle Equipment 


77,500.00 


17,887.28 


95,387.28 


Fire Station, Renovation/Addition 


50,000.00 


2.63 


50,002.63 


Highway Equipment 


35,000.00 


6,291.21 


41,291.21 


Land Acquisition, Conservation Purposes 


0.00 


2,561.42 


2,561.42 


Library Renovation & Preservation 


100,000.00 


5.26 


100,005.26 



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Police Equipment 


0.00 


1,732.03 


1,732.03 


Recycling Center 


57,933.94 


50,879.72 


108,813.66 


Revaluation of Town 


0.00 


494.41 


494.41 


Town Hall Repair Project 


10,000.00 


2,837.88 


12,837.88 


Wilton-Lyndeborough Co-Op., Bldg. & Equip. 


122,000.00 


33,908.52 


155,908.52 


Wilton School Dist., Modifications/Roof Drains 


14,074.87 


1,824.86 


15,899.73 


Wilton School Dist., Building Improvements 


72,338.76 


3,116.55 


75,455.31 


Wilton Water Comm. Line lnstal.,Eastview to Lower Main St. 


250,000.00 


843.51 


250,843.51 


Wilton Water Comm. Maint. Well Pumps & Equip. 


22,393.78 


2,242.66 


24,636.44 


Wilton Water Commission, Painting Water Tanks 


2,528.00 


26.56 


2,554.56 


School Funds: 








Isaac Spalding Fund 


15,279.89 


0.00 


15,279.89 


Hattie Livesey Fund 


20,794.32 


0.00 


20,794.32 


Hannah Howard Fund 


6,032.58 


0.00 


6,032.58 


S. Archibald Smith Prize Fund 


1,000.00 


24.37 


1,024.37 


Roland R. Cooley Fund 


10,000.00 


5,038.57 


15,038.57 


BALANCE. December 31. 2003 


1,377,443,54 


210.248.16 


1.587.691.70 










STATEMENT OF INVESTMENTS 






TRUSTEES OF THE TRUST FUNDS 






December 31, 2003 






Cash on Hand, Fleet Bank Financial 








Common Fund 




26,113.51 




S.A. Smith Prize Fund 




24.37 


26,137.88 


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 


13,147.873 Shares-Fidelity Puritan Fund 






25,007.04 


11,007.872 Shares-Seligman Common Stock Fund Class A 




7,717.68 


Dora B. Bearisto Fund 








NH Public Deposit Investment Pool (NHPDIP) 






433.65 


Capital Reserve Funds: 








Ambulance, NH Public Dep. Invest. Pool (NHPDIP) 






33,846.73 


Athletic Playing Fields, NHPDIP 






248,010.03 


Bridges, NHPDIP 






39,019.42 


Cooley Park Improvement Project, NHPDIP 






74,704.02 


Emergency Services Building, NHPDIP 






72,240.35 


Fire Department Vehicle Equipment, NHPDIP 






95,387.28 


Fire Station, Renovation/Addition, NHDIP 






50,002.63 


Highway Equipment, NHPDIP 






41,291.21 


Land Acquisition, Conservation Purposes, NHPDIP 






2,561.42 



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Library Renovation & Preservation, NHPDIP 


100,005.26 


Police Equipment, NHPDIP 




1,732.03 


Recycling Center, NHPDIP 




108,813.66 


Revaluation of Town, NHPDIP 




494.41 


Town Hall Repair Project, NHPDIP 


12,837.88 


Wilton-Lyndeborough Co-Op. Bldg. & Equip., NHPDIP 


155,908.52 


Wilton School Dist., Modifications of Roof Drains, NHPDIP 




15,899.73 


Wilton School Dist., Building Improvements, NHPDIP 




75,455.31 


Wilton Water Comm. Line Installation, Eastviewto Lower Main St., 


NHDIP 


250,843.51 


Wilton Water Comm. Maint. Well Pumps & Equip., NHPDIP 


24,636.44 


Wilton Water Commission, Painting of Water Tanks 


NHPDIP 


2,554.56 


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 




1,310.49 


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 




15,038.57 


FUND BALANCE. December 31. 2003 




1.587.691.70 






Respectfully Submitted, 








JOHN H. HUTCHINSON 








LOUISE K. GREENE 






EARL W. WATTS 






Trustees of the Trust Funds 





























40 



WILTON TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT 
JANUARY 1, 2003 - DECEMBER 31, 2003 



Levies 
of 2003 



Debit 



Prior 
Levies 



Uncollected Taxes: 

Property Taxes 

Inventory Penalties 

Resident Taxes 

Land Use ChangeTaxes 

Yield Taxes 

Sewer Taxes 

Water Bills - Includes Penalties 

Taxes Committed to Collector: 
Property Taxes 
Excavation Activity Taxes 
Land Use Change Tax 
Yield Taxes 
Sewer Taxes 
Water Bills 

Added Taxes: 

Property Taxes 
Sewer Taxes 
Water Bills 

Overpayment/Refunds: 

Property Taxes 
Resident Taxes 
Water Payments 
Sewer Taxes 
Land Use Change Tax 

Water Shut Off Fees & Penalties: 

Interest Collected On: 

Delinquent Property Taxes 
Excavation Activity Taxes 
Land Use Change Taxes 
Yield Taxes 
Sewer Taxes 



5,668,949.00 

13,277.36 

100,875.00 

36,055.36 

150,993.00 

189,920.00 



3,482.00 

554.00 

1,111.00 



21,192.00 

27.41 
2,590.00 

391.77 

1,004.12 

15.94 

115.18 



436,583.22 
1,187.00 
4,050.00 
7,000.00 
4,029.19 
11,066.18 
5,509.00 



813.24 
11.00 



765.00 



15,565.78 

1,146.08 
123.84 
667.16 



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WILTON TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT 
JANUARY 1, 2003 - DECEMBER 31, 2003 



Penalties Collected On: 
Property Taxes 
Resident Taxes 
Tax Sale Costs 
Sewer Costs 

Total Debits 



440.00 
6,190,993.14 



385.00 

202.00 

1,626.50 

430.00 

491,160.19 



Levies 
of 2003 



Credit 



Prior 
Levies 



Remitted to Treasurer 

During Fiscal Year: 
Property Taxes 

Interest 

Inventory Penalties 

Penalties 
Excavation Activity Taxes 
Resident Taxes 

Penalties 
Land Use Change Taxes 

Interest 
Yield Taxes 

Interest 
Sewer Taxes 

Interest 

Penalties 
Water Payments 
Shut Off Fees & Penalties 
Tax Sale Costs 

Abatements Allowed: 

Property Taxes 

Resident Taxes 

Land Use Change Taxes 

Yield Taxes 

Sewer Taxes 

Water Payments 



5,146,963.66 
391.77 



13,277.36 



63,102.41 

1,004.12 

30,114.35 

15.94 

138,173.69 

115.18 

440.00 

185,889.00 

2,590.00 



6,745.10 

1,500.00 

5,679.26 

455.00 

660.00 



27,042.46 


15,565.78 


1,116.00 


385.00 


1,781.00 


202.00 


7,000.00 


1,146.08 


4,029.19 


123.84 


10,231.18 


667.16 


430.00 


5,327.00 


765.00 


1,626.50 


7,448.00 


2,260.00 



182.00 



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WILTON TAX COLLECTORS REPORT 
JANUARY 1, 2003 - DECEMBER 31, 2003 



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 



539,914.24 



36,300.00 

261.75 

12,918.31 

4,482.00 

6,190,993.14 



2,906.00 
71.00 

20.00 



835.00 
491,160.19 



Debit 
....Tax Lien on Account of Levies... 
2002 2001 1991-2000 



Balance of Unredeemed Taxes 








Beginning of Fiscal Year: 


- 


75,992.47 


60,275.94 


Taxes Executed to Town During Fiscal Year: 


138,298.62 


- 


- 


Interest Collected After Lien Execution: 


2,978.55 


6,704.84 


13,573.13 


Overpayments: 


26.67 


- 


- 


Redemption Costs: 


- 


- 


183.00 


Total Debits 


141,303.84 


82,697.31 


74,032.07 



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 



56,265.02 
2,978.55 



82,060.27 
141,303.84 



34,835.17 
6,704.84 



41,157.30 
82,697.31 



20,296.31 
13,573.13 



40,162.63 
74,032.07 



Respectfully Submitted, 
Jane K. Farrell, Collector 



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TOWN CLERK'S REPORT 
JANUARY 1, 2003 - DECEMBER 31, 2003 

Motor Vehicle Account: # of Vehicles Fees Paid: 

January - December 5088 

Remitted to Treasurer, Town of Wilton: $548,524.00 



Uniform Commercial Code Filings 
Searches & Copies: 

Remitted to Treasurer, Town of Wilton: $1 ,505.00 



Certified Copies of Marriage, Birth & Death Records: 

Remitted to Treasurer, Town of Wilton: $814.00 

Remitted to Treasurer, State of New Hampshire: $521 .00 



Marriage License Account: 

30 Marriage Licenses issued at $45.00 each 

Remitted to Treasurer, Town of Wilton: $1 ,350.00 

Remitted to Treasurer, State of New Hampshire: $1,140.00 

Dog License Account: 

730 Total Licenses issued January - December 

Remitted to Treasurer, Town of Wilton: $4,800.50 

Remitted to Animal Population Control Program Fee: $1,190.00 
Remitted to Treasurer, State of New Hampshire: $297.50 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Jane K. Farrell, Town Clerk 



44 



WILTON PUBLIC AND GREGG FREE LIBRARY 
2003 TREASURER'S REPORT 

Receipts 



Carryover 01/01/03 




3,220.51 


Misc. Income: Insur. for vandalism 




725.07 


Borrowed from Savings 




1,968.21 


Gifts 




3,075.00 


Keyes Fund (For Books) 




200.00 


Interest 




132.45 


Copier & Fax 




708.32 


Non-Resident Fees 




475.00 


Tote Bag Sales 




72.00 


Fines Collected 




1,416.14 


Town of Wilton Appropriation 




142,655.00 


Total Receipts 




154,647.70 


Disbursements 






Wages 




101,813.76 


Social Security & Medicare 




7,448.29 


Employee Benefits 




4,725.84 


Mileage 




220.40 


Books, Magazines 




14,715.73 


See Special Media Below for additional 




Books From Gifts 




2,500.00 


Children's Programs 




591.34 


Staff Development/Conferences 




551.00 


Supplies & Bindings 




1,759.88 


Subsidized Speaker Program 




113.83 


Housekeeping Supplies 




519.67 


Small Equipment 




526.19 


Postage 




179.00 


Dues 




325.00 


Bank Fees & Misc. 




269.68 


Insurance (Bldg., Contents, Liab.) 




2,485.65 


Grounds/Snow Removal 




797.68 


Fuel (Heating) 




4,418.60 


Water & Sewer 




288.00 


Electricity 




3,060.04 


Telephone 




1,524.79 


DSL/Internet 




609.96 


Cleaning 




4,632.50 


Total Disbursements 




154,076.83 


Cash Closing Balances Dec. 31, 2003 


214.95 Fines Acct 






355.92 Main Accounts 


570.87 



154,647.70 



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Trust Funds (Consolidated) 

Income From Trust Funds (Current & Previous saved) 59,809.81 

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 0. Whiting 

Thurston V. Williams 

Davis Fund 
Disbursements from Trust Fund Income 
Bldg. Maintenance/Fixtures 

Special Media & Research (Books, CDs & Audio Visuals) 
Research Media 

Electronic Systems Maintenance (Computerized System Upkeep) 
Electronic Systems 
Fees less interest 

Total Disbursements 
Net2003:Savings 
Carryover 
Loaned to Operations 

Library Improvement Fund 

Renovations Funds in Savings 

Sovereign Business Savings 

Treasurer, 
Faye Crawford 



-1,450.46 


-1,953.60 


-4,090.30 


-6,574.91 


-2,455.00 


-20.47 


-16,544.74 


43,265.07 


11,936.22 


-1,968.21 


53,233.08 


428.50 


53,661.58 



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2003 REPORT OF BUILDING INSPECTOR 



NEW CONSTRUCTION 

Bryan & Kathleen Larpenter 

A & T Forest Products 

Donald & Susan King.Jr 

Jesse & Kristie Kingston 

Jennifer & Philip Hilton 

Philip Stenerson 

David Alley 

Pratt Family Homes Inc., Daniel 

Andre & Donna Dubois 

Pine Hill Waldorf School 

Kenneth & Aushra Galley 

Chalet Susse International 

Daniel & Robert Pratt 

Briar* & Elizabeth Adams 

Two M Construction, LLC 

Daniel & Robert Pratt 

RA Shattuck Homes, LLC 

New Spartan Properties, LLC 

John & Kristen Marois 

York River, LLC 

Wallace Tyler 

Senator Development, LLC 

Senator Development, LLC 

Senator Development, LLC 

Daniel & Robert Pratt 

Daniel & Robert Pratt 

Jennifer Markaverich & Brian Cassidy 

Nathaniel Carmen & Mark Campbell 

Nathaniel Carmen & Mark Campbell 

David Wright & Nicole Long 

ADDITIONS AND ALTERATIONS 

Daniel & Heather Gebhardt 

Mark Thibaullt 

Stein Revocable Trust, Randi A. 

Christopher & Sheri Roll 

John Marois 

53 Main Wilton Property, LLC 

Girl Scouts/Swift Water Council 

Good News Bible Church Wilton 

Man/Nashua Cellular Telephone 

Walter Bausha 

Man/Nashua Cellular Telephone 



Estimated 


Map & 


Units/ 


Fees 


Costs 


Lot 


Type 




NA 


C-024-02 


Single 


496.76 


125,000.00 


A-021-02 


Single 


384.12 


300,000.00 


F-121-04 


Single 


1,117.38 


175,000.00 


B-063-02-2 


Single 


483.12 


270,000.00 


A-058-01 


Single 


686.62 


125,000.00 


C-004 


Single 


482.68 


210,000.00 


F-006-04 


Single 


709.28 


63,000.00 


C-015-02 


Single 


180.23 


200,000.00 


C-033 


Single 


615.89 


52,350.00 


F-099 


Single 


96.00 


NA 


H-121-02 


Single 


326.48 


200,000.00 


C-1 28-01 


Single 


322.52 


388,000.00 


B-021-02 


Single 


763.43 


NA 


C-028-01 


Single 


299.20 


NA 


F-006-02 


Single 


373.45 


NA 


B-021-04 


Single 


360.76 


100,000.00 


K-119 


Single 


406.80 


5,700.00 


B-008 


Industrial 


144.00 


165,000.00 


B-039-03 


Single 


902.50 


150,000.00 


C-035-15 


Single 


419.86 


203,000.00 


C-091 


Single 


403.20 


150,000.00 


H-054-01 


Single 


663.60 


150,000.00 


H-054-03 


Single 


789.00 


130,000.00 


H-054-02 


Single 


613.80 


280,000.00 


B-021-03 


Single 


655.20 


325,000.00 


B-021-06 


Single 


933.60 


NA 


D-042-02 


Single 


578.26 


70,000.00 


F-048-03 


Single 


386.40 


90,000.00 


F-048-01 


Single 


411.30 


250,000.00 


B-031-04 


Single 


617.70 


NA 


J-032 


Alteration 


15.00 


44,000.00 


M-012-02 


Addition 


48.40 


15,000.00 


E-042 


Add & Alt 


105.60 


7,500.00 


C-023-04 


Alteration 


56.98 


1,800.00 


J-082 


Alteration 


29.22 


5,000.00 


J-050 


Alteration 


78.00 


20,000.00 


F-002 


Alteration 


46.00 


200,000.00 


F-0 12-01 


Alteration 


757.64 


5,000.00 


F-012-04 


Antenna 


25.00 


16,000.00 


K-135 


Addition 


39.60 


25,000.00 


F-012-04 


Antenna 


25.00 



47 



2003 REPORT OF BUILDING INSPECTOR 



ADDITIONS AND ALTERATIONS confd. 

EB Frye & Son 

Miles V. Winthrop III 

Thomas Mitchell Rev. Trust 

Grayson L. Parker 

Kim & Andrew Fairbanks 

Derek & Catherine Bouley 

Steven D. Paro 

Ronald & Susan Hanish 

Ronald & Kathy Swisher 

Christopher & Melissa Parker-Christou 

John & Sophie Merrill 

William J. Burns 

Dorothy Wood Revocable Trust 

Joseph Mazerall 

Loretta J. April 

Kevin & Jacqueline Goohs 

James & SusanSteams 

Herbert & Derrie Stearns 

Ralph & Bonnie Samson 

Richard & Jane Rockwood 

Baptist Church & Society Wilton 

Joanne Dufour & Ellen O'Shea 

Michael Fortier 

Constance Peterson 

Lee & Diane Hambrick 

Laurie & Anthony Bourgoine 

Sandra S. Perfito 

Gertrude & Francis Ducharme 

Paul Lafreniere 

BARNS, GARAGES, DECKS, SHEDS, 

Daryl & Jeanne Doran 
Bruce Heck/Claire Goddard 
David Norman & Anne-Maria Studer 
J. Brent & Laura L. Manning 
Alexander, Jr. & Kelly Loverme 
Thomas & Carol Kernich 
Patricia & Donald Condon 
Greg & Bambi Hutchinson 
Frank & Malissa Bellefleur 
John & Kathryn Gaudette 
James R. & Janice S. Gordon 
Daniel R. & Gladys Smart 



Estimated 


Map& 


Units/ 


Fees 


Costs 
t'd 


Lot 


Type 




L Via 

1,500.00 


A-028 


Alteration 


25.00 


750.00 


D-016 


Alteration 


15.00 


23,000.00 


B-030 


Addition 


47.52 


500.00 


K-057 


Alteration 


15.00 


NA 


D-080 


Addition 


20.79 


2,000.00 


C-105 


Addition 


17.60 


15,000.00 


B-086 


Addition 


21.00 


50,000.00 


H-0 10-01 


Addition 


63.36 


30,000.00 


H-131 


Addition 


158.40 


40,000.00 


H-118 


Addition 


190.08 


NA 


H-098 


Addition 


57.20 


2,400.00 


K-157 


Addition 


42.24 


12,000.00 


M-012-03 


Addition 


15.00 


30,000.00 


B-101 


Addition 


118.80 


30.00 


J-1 26-01 


Addition 


80.00 


50,000.00 


F-1 23-02 


Addition 


299.64 


5,000.00 


B-045 


Addition 


15.00 


600.00 


F-068 


Alteration 


35.00 


1,200.00 


M-077 


Addition 


46.80 


30,000.00 


H-108 


Addition 


86.40 


NA 


C-078 


Alteration 


270.00 


6,000.00 


H-048 


Alteration 


35.00 


NA 


M-017 


Alteration 


35.00 


NA 


B-039-02 


Addition 


66.00 


NA 


D-1 58-09 


Addition 


306.60 


NA 


C-078 


Alteration 


35.00 


NA 


C-1 34-01 -3B 


Addition 


35.00 


NA 


C-013 


Addition 


128.40 


8,000.00 


D-095-32 


Alteration 


35.00 


POOLS, ETC 








11,800.00 


C-1 00 


Porch 


22.18 


15,000.00 


F-1 38 


Barn 


176.00 


39,807.00 


H-006-01 


Sunrm/Deck 


43.56 


28,000.00 


E-012 


Garage 


10.00 


900.00 


M-090 


Deck 


26.40 


NA 


D-019-01 


Barn 


99.00 


13,000.00 


D-047 


Porch 


22.00 


NA 


B-142 


Garage 


37.58 


3,000.00 


M-014 


Deck 


22.00 


4,000.00 


F-083-02 


Deck 


45.76 


3,100.00 


H-1 34-03 


Shed 


17.60 


600.00 


E-029X 


Porch 


21.12 



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2003 REPORT OF BUILDING INSPECTOR 





Estimated 


Map& 


Units/ 


Fees 




Costs 


Lot 


Type 




BARNS, GARAGES, DECKS, SHEDS 


, POOLS, ETC 


... cont'd. 






William R. & Patricia Poison 


NA 


M-084 


Deck 


21.12 


Ronald & Bonnie Wells 


NA 


H-029-04 


Pool 


15.00 


Ralph, Jr. & Madeleine Maugel 


22,000.00 


C-1 15-01 


Garage 


99.00 


Marisa Parker & Nena Mollo 


NA 


M-078 


Shed 


21.12 


Bryan & Kathleen Larpenter 


NA 


C-024-02 


Deck 


15.40 


David & Jessica Gott 


1,000.00 


H-004 


Shed 


17.60 


Stephen & Norma Morrow 


NA 


C-1 34-01 -8 


Garg/Deck 


142.20 


Joseph E. Flanagan 


3,800.00 


H-1 34-04 


Shed 


35.00 


Mark & Kristine Legere 


1,500.00 


F-093-04 


Shed 


35.00 


MISCELLANEOUS 










Philip Stenerson 


NA 


C-004-01 


Bridge 


88.00 


Charles K. Crawford 


150,000.00 


G-024 


Cell Tower 


70.79 


SIGNS 










53 Main Wilton Property, LLC 




J-050 




15.00 


Carl E. Anderson, Jr. 




J-052 




15.00 


Senator Development, LLC 




F-129 




15.00 


53 Main St Property, LLC 




J-050 




15.00 


PERMIT RENEWALS 










Stephen & Debra Yurcak 




H-083-02 




10.00 


David M. Haney 




C-1 15-02 




10.00 


Douglas & Cynthia Nelson 




J-047 




10.00 


Gilbert & Diana Hargrove 




L-029 




10.00 


Jeffrey & Suzann Kandt 




D-082-03 




35.00 


Donald Deslauriers Jr. & Judith Bayrd 




C-1 03 




35.00 


Steven & Diane Levert 




A-015 




35.00 


ELECTRICAL PERMITS 










Matthew & Sara Straw 




D-1 58-08 




15.00 


Thomas & Denise DeFelice 




J-024 




15.00 


David Norman & Anne-Maria Studer 




H-006-001 




15.00 


Julia & Mowry Pearson 




H-062 




15.00 


Wilton Telephone 








20.00 


Monadnock Mountain Water 




F-142 




35.00 


Donald & Patricia Condon 




D-047 




15.00 


Craig & Melanie Morse 




K-153 




15.00 


Ralph & Bonnie Samson 




M-077 




20.00 


Frederick & Nancy Marchand 




C-023-05 




35.00 


Spencer, II & Mary Brookes 




L-002 




35.00 


Suma Realty Trust 




K-171 




35.00 


Lee & Diane Hambrick 




D-1 58-09 




35.00 



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ELECTRICAL PERMITS cont'd. 



Stephen & Cheri Falk 


C-051 


Lisa Gibbons & Joseph E. LaCasse Jr. 


J-117 


Laurie & Anthony Bourgoine 


C-078 


Edward J. Wood 


J-094 


Two M Construction, LLC 


F-006-02 


PLUMBING PERMITS 




Gary R. Burelle 


C-104 


Michael Brunelle & Brenda Santiago 


C-132 


Suma Realty Trust 


K-171 


Two M Construction, LLC 


F-006-02 


Wallace S. Tyler 


C-091 



60.00 
25.00 
25.00 
35.00 
35.00 



20.00 
15.00 
35.00 
35.00 
35.00 



TOTAL INCOME 21 ,098.84 



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BUILDING INSPECTOR REPORT 

The Town of Wilton issued twenty-three permits for new construction in 
2003. There were eleven permits for pools, nineteen for remodeling, sixteen for 
additions, nine for garages and one for a bridge. There were several new 
subdivisions approved in 2003, which will insure a continuation of new 
construction growth for 2004, similar to what we experienced in 2002 and 2003. 

In closing, I would like to thank Mr. Ken Wilson for acting in my stead 
during my eleven-week absence in November, December and January. Ken 
brought his expertise as a building inspector with him from the Town of Mason, 
New Hampshire. During the eleven weeks that Ken was here, he provided 
excellent inspection and code enforcement services. Thank you Ken for your 
commitment to our town. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
William F. Condra 
Building Inspector 



2003 TAX RATE COMPUTATION 



Appropriations 


4,477,692 


Less: Revenues 


3,435,458 


Less: Shared Revenues 


22,041 


Add: Overlay 


149,827 


War Credits 


8,450 


Net Town Appropriations 




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 




2,440,778 
2,585,930 
(918,084) 
(1,298,402) 



1,178,470 



2,810,222 



Tax 
Rate 



3.95 



9.39 



State Education Taxes 

Equalized Valuation (No Utilities) x 4.92 

192,598,945 1,298,402 

Divided by Local Assessed Valuation (No Utilities) 

103,283,002 
Excess State Education Taxes to be Remitted to State 



4.37 



County Portion 

Due to County 394,383 

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 



Proof of Rate 
State Education Tax 
All Other Taxes 



297,051,577 
299,124,977 



4.37 
14.63 



387,220 



5,674,314 
(8,450) 

5.665.864 



1,298,402 
4.375.912 
5,674,314 



1.29 
19.00 



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SUMMARY OF INVENTORY VALUATION 



LAND: 

Current Use 919,777.00 

Residential 81,503,600.00 

Commercial / Industrial 10,940,000.00 
Total Land 93,363,377.00 

BUILDINGS: 

Residential 1 85, 1 42, 1 00.00 

Manufactured 663,600.00 

Commercial / Industrial 18,522,500.00 
Total Buildings 204,328,200.00 

PUBLIC UTILITIES 2,073,400.00 

VALUATIONS BEFORE EXEMPTIONS 299,764,977.00 

EXEMPTIONS OFF ASSESSED VALUE: 

Elderly 430,000.00 

School 150,000.00 

Blind 60,000.00 



Total Exemptions 490,000.00 



490,000.00 



NET VALUATION ON WHICH THE TAX RATE FOR MUNICIPAL, 299,124,977.00 
COUNTY & LOCAL EDUCATION TAX IS COMPUTED 

LESS PUBLIC UTILITIES 2,073,400.00 

NET VALUATION WITHOUT UTILITIES ON WHICH TAX RATE FOR 297,051 ,577.00 
STATE EDUCATION TAX IS COMPUTED 



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CURRENT USE REPORT 





Acres 


Value 


Farm Land 


1,572 


272,742 


Forest 


7,162 


635,931 


Unproductive 


806 


11,104 



9,540 919,777 



TAX RATE BREAKDOWN 





Tax 


Prior Years 








Rate 


Tax Rates 








2003 


2002 


2001 


2000 


Town 


3.95 


14.13 


10.12 


9.92 


County 


9.39 


3.56 


3.58 


3.34 


School 


4.37 


18.98 


18.99 


19.25 


State Education Taxes 


1.29 


12.33 


12.31 


11.49 


TOTALS 


19.00 


49.00 


45.00 


44.00 



, 



53 



SCHEDULE OF TOWN PROPERTY 

MAP NO. LOCATION / DESCRIPTION VALUATION 

B-007 475 Forest Road - Goss Park 120,400 

B-016 Dale Street - Land 17,600 

B-023-03 Perham Corner - Land 84,000 

B-130 Burton Highway 15,000 

B-157 Dale Street - Land 8,000 

C-080 Wilton Center - Town Pound 14,300 

C-116 Gibbons Highway & Temple Road 6,100 

D-007 Sand Hill Road - Reservoir 98,900 

D-013 Isaac Frye Hwy - Vale End Cemetery 28,700 

D-015 Isaac Frye Hwy - Old Reservoir 2,100 

D-033 Holt Road - Water Pump House 47,600 

D-077 Burns Hill Road - Town Forest 75,600 

D-087 Carnival Hill 82,200 

D-088 Whiting Hill Road - Carnival Hill 7,276 

D-089 Carnival Hill 173,500 

D-091 89 Whiting Hill Road 168,400 

D-098 Gibbons Highway - Land 1 ,000 

D-1 02-01 Intervale Road - Water Pump 3,600 

D-103 Gibbons Highway - Land 57,600 

D-1 04 291 Gibbons Hwy - Recycling Center 411,200 

E-015 Gibbons Hwy - Scott Land 4,300 

E-023 Webb Road & Route 101 - Land 2,884 

F-004 Jsaac Frye Hwy - South Yard Cemetery 12,000 

F-081-01 Abbot Hill Road - Water Tower 260,200 

F-157 Route 31 - Everett Well Site 65,800 

F-158 Route 31 - Abbott Well 97,100 

G-021 Route 31 & King Brook Road-Town Forest 33,800 

H-122 Potter Road - Land 83,400 

J-041 42 Main Street - Town Hall 437,700 

J-042 Main & Park Street - Banking 63,000 

J-061 Main Street - Parking Lot 62,100 

J-068 7 Forest Road - Library 433,100 

J-102 Forest & Main Street - Veteran's Park 6,000 

J-1 04-01 Route 31 Parking Lot 466,800 

K-014 37 Park Street - Elementary School 1,539,000 

K-062 102 Main Street - Fire Station 306,200 

K-064 Main Street - Land 62,800 

K-064-01 Main Street - Land 61 ,200 

K-1 36 Main Street - Land 600 

K-139 Main Street & Pine Valley Street - Land 400 

K-1 47 Main Street & Pine Valley Street - Land 400 

L-025-01 Intervale Road - Land 64,000 

L-040 Gibbons Hwy & Island St. - Sewer Pump Station 300 

L-047 Abbot Hill Road - Laurel Hill Cemetery 1 1 3,600 

L-052 Kennedy Avenue - Land 4,000 



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SELECTMEN'S REPORT 

In March of 2003, Robert A. MacFarland was elected to the Board to replace 
David Glines, who had served two terms. Bob quickly became familiar with the 
problems we faced and we all worked hard to find solutions. 

This was a year of great accomplishments and great challenges. Projects begun 
in past years that were completed in 2003 included the new Police Station. 
Governor Craig Benson officially opened it in October. We hired a new Police 
Chief, Brent Hautanen in October. He is quickly establishing a rapport with the 
schools and community. In addition, plans for renovating the Fire Station are on 
going. 

The Russell Hill Bridge was completed and opened to traffic in September. The 
new location is safer for traffic to and from Route 101 and replaces the old bridge 
(now closed) which could no longer accommodate heavy vehicles. A new Road 
Agent, Stephen Elliott was hired in November. He is an asset to the Highway 
Department. 

Long over-due was the Town revaluation of all properties. We were required by 
law to bring our assessment close to market value, which will provide an easier 
system for comparing our values to others in New Hampshire. 

The Carnival Hill project was started and the Wilton Junior Athletic Association is 
finalizing the plans. We appreciate the time and effort put into this community 
project. 

We thank all who work to make Wilton a wonderful place to live, and especially 
those who work for the Town and in the Town Hall, Jane, Peggy, Jen, Pam, and 
Doreece. 



Respectfully Submitted, 

Stuart S. Draper, Chairman 
Jerry W. Greene 
Robert A. MacFarland 



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WILTON HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT 

WINTER MAINTENANCE 
There were 27 snow events and 2 freezing rainstorms. The Spring saw 
only two major snowstorms but numerous small events kept the crew very busy. 
The year 2003 ended with two Nor'easters in December making a total of 105 
inches of snow. We used over 800 tons of salt and over 3000 yards of sand. 

SUMMER AND FALL MAINTENANCE 
The Highway Department cleaned many ditch lines and re-graded all 
gravel roads at least twice. All paved roads were swept, crosswalks painted and 
roadside brush cleared. We also assisted in completion of the new police 
station, by finishing the grading for the paving company, setting the curbing, and 
doing the landscaping. The Town leased a new Freightliner 6-wheel dump truck 
which is set up with a swivel front and wing plow, along with an onboard sander. 
We also purchased a new 'CASE' backhoe which aids in replacing culverts, 
broken water and sewer lines, and various other jobs along with assisting at the 
cemeteries and parks. 

RESURFACING 
Parts of the following roads were shimmed and/or paved- Burns Hill Road, 
Mason Road, Isaac Frye Highway and McGettigan Road. 

WATER AND SEWER 
The Highway Department is responsible for the maintenance of the water, 
sewer and drainage systems throughout the town and connecting new home 
services to existing mains. 

PARKS AND CEMETARIES 
The Highway Department is also responsible for the care and maintenance of the 
parks and cemeteries, including burials. 

In closing, I would like to thank all the townspeople and all the town departments 
for their cooperation and support. As the town grows larger and the 
infrastructure ages, the demands on all departments increase, but we are at your 
service and anxious to meet the challenge of the coming year. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Steve Elliott 
Road Agent 



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WILTON POLICE DEPARTMENT 

The beginning of 2003 proved to be a difficult time for both the Police 
Department and the community. Scandal and personnel changes created an 
environment of uncertainty and were a major distraction for the department. In 
October I was hired as the new Chief of Police. Since that time things have 
settled down and the department is back on course. My focus has not only been 
on bringing the department back up to speed but also on rebuilding the 
relationship between the department and the community. 

As you know, the police department is now located in it's new building. The 
facility is fantastic and I would like to thank the Town for their generosity and 
investment in the department. We were fortunate to have Governor Benson 
come to town to help us celebrate the dedication of the station. We also had an 
open house in November that was well attended and we frequently have people 
stopping in for tours. If you were unable to visit us during the open house then I 
would encourage you to stop by so we can show you around. 

We look forward to the challenges we will face in 2004 and will continue to 
concentrate our efforts on improving our operations and our relationship with the 
community with the ultimate goal of providing a service that the Town of Wilton 
can be proud of. 

Below is some statistical information for the year: 

1. Incidents: 2,620 

2. Arrests: 95 

3. Accidents: 105 

4. Motor Vehicle: 430 

Sincerely, 

Chief Brent D. Hautanen 



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WILTON PUBLIC AND GREGG FREE LIBRARY ANNUAL REPORT 

LIBRARY SERVICES 

The Library hosts meetings of various scouting organizations; provides story time 
for regularly scheduled visits from the elementary school and local daycare 
centers; works with home schooling families; provides meeting space for groups 
such as the Heritage Commission, the Camera Club, and the Snowmobile Club; 
and is also home to the Wilton Historical Society. The Library is pleased to be a 
vital part of the Community. 

The year 2003 at a glance: 

■ More than 2,269 people have library cards at the Wilton Public 
Library. 

■ Circulation increased almost 7% over last year with library visits 
and program attendance up as well. 

■ In 2003, over 5,000 new titles were added. 

■ Over 300 books were repaired - these books were then returned to 
the collection for use by the public. 

■ The Library catalog is online at www.wiltonlibrarvnh.org - view the 
entire collection, reserve a book, and check the wide variety of 
library activities. 

Library Services 

Library staff is available to assist students with homework projects and book 

selection. 

There are three public access computers and as always, Internet access at the 

library via DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) is free to all. 

Electronic databases are available to the public free of charge - thanks to The 
New Hampshire State Library system. Check our website for more information. 

Books to go 

This program, which is managed by the Friends group, delivers books to 
homebound patrons. If you know of someone who could use this service on a 
temporary or long term basis, please contact the library. 

Newspapers and magazines 

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. 

Meeting space for non-profit groups 

The public meeting room of the Library is available to non-profit educational, 
cultural, and other groups based in Wilton or substantially serving the town. 
Preference is given to Wilton based groups. Meetings held at the library must be 
free and open to the public. 



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Children's programs 

Services include readers' advisory for families; story & craft time for 
preschoolers; afternoon story hour led by school children; weekly visits from the 
local schools - both public and private; and from the local daycare centers and 
Saturday craft sessions throughout the year. 

A writers group for grades 6-8 meets on the second Saturday of the month - call 
for details. 

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 
2003 by Stasia Millett, conducted book sales and contributed time and money to 
library programs. 

Library restoration 

The Library Steering Committee, charged with leading the fund-raising effort for 
the library restoration, is co-chaired by Louise Greene and Stanley Young. 
Joanna Eckstrom is the chair of the general fund-raising campaign. The 
campaign is ongoing - a group of local citizens is working to find the resources 
and funding needed for this project. 

Respectfully Submitted, 

Carol R. Roberts, Director 
January 2004 



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2003 SEWER DEPARTMENT REPORT 

The financial news for the year 2003 was very positive for the Sewer 
Department. This was partially due to fewer line failures and a substantial refund 
from the Milford treatment facility for the year 2002. 

However, we had to replace one of the system pumps at the Intervale Road 
pumping station. Note, the pumps (2) in both stations, Intervale and Mill Street 
are over 20 years old and with this in mind we will start a replacement program 
for the other pumps at this time. It should be completed in the next 2 to 3 years. 

Plans to reduce the user's fee is still our goal and efforts to eliminate ground 
water from the system is a bid factor. 

We thank the Highway Department and the Town Hall staff for their effort to 
make this another successful year. 

Respectfully Submitted, 

Charles O. McGettigan, Jr. 
C. Stanley Schultz, Jr. 
David B. Tierney, Jr. 



RECYCLING CENTER 

The Wilton Recycling Center had an increase in volume this year. The Center 
processed 1,715 tons of newspaper, cardboard and mixed paper, 180 tons of 
glass and 665 tons of cans. This increase also generated a slight increase in 
revenue to offset the cost of operating the center. 

Major improvements were made this year. A new bailer was purchased and a 
new roof was constructed over the main building. To conform to Department of 
Environmental Services requirements, 20 feet of stack was installed on the 
exhaust stack of the incinerator. This addition resulted in a Municipal Waste 
Incinerator Permit being issued to the town allowing the Recycling Center to 
continue to burn. 

We would like to thank the member towns and our community for their support 
and cooperation during the year. We are always striving to make recycling an 
easy process and to preserve our environment. 



Maurice Guay 
Recycling Manager 



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WATER WORKS REPORT 

This year was busy with many projects completed to improve and maintain 
our water system. We are continuing to install pressure reducing valves and 
expansion tanks, to control water pressure, in some sections of town. 

For the first time since it was built in 1986, the exterior of the water tank on 
Abbot Hill Road was cleaned and repainted. Site work was completed around the 
tank to remove trees and brush and establish a grassy area, which can be 
mowed. In addition, the pump station on Route 31 South was also repaired and 
repainted this year. 

For security improvements in town, the area around the Abbot Well and 
the Sand Hill Road Reservoir were fenced in. 

Monitoring wells have been installed along Route 31, in front of our well 
sites, to monitor soil and water quality near the well heads. In addition, a 
monitoring well was installed at the base of our Sand Hill Road reservoir dam to 
determine how much water is leaking and flowing around the dam. This will help 
us choose the best course of action to address this current problem. This will 
also satisfy D.E.S. concerns regarding the dam leakage. 

We have extended the main line on Holt Road approximately 440 feet in 
order to tie in with Burns Hill Road. As a result, we have eliminated two dead end 
lines and have created a new loop in the system, which we hope will improve 
volume and quantity of water to customers in this area. 

Monthly water samples for bacteria were taken as required by D.E.S. and 
submitted to Concord. We were also required to test for V.O.C.'s, S.O.C.'s, 
nitrates, and nitrites. All water samples passed inspection within acceptable 
limits. 

Two new connections were made for houses on Intervale Road this year 
as well. This section of the system will be upgraded next year to complete a loop 
and eliminate another dead end line. This again will improve volume and quantity 
of water to customers in this area. 

A new program of testing back-flow and check valves on connections 
within the system has been initiated. High hazard locations and commercial 
connections will be inspected and tested on a yearly basis from now on. This will 
keep the system from malfunctioning and protect other users from contamination. 
In addition, this practice will keep us in compliance with D.E.S. regulations. 

There was one major water line break on Prince Street in December 2003. 
Due to severe winter weather, a six-inch water line had completely severed in the 
street. However, the leaking water was flowing into the sewer line trench. 
Therefore, because of this phenomenon, the leaking water never surfaced in the 
street and resulted in excessive water loss until the problem could be pin pointed. 
Repairs were made to the water line, but not until January 2004. 

In closing, we would like to thank the townspeople, Highway Department, 
our various sub-contractors, and our customers who helped us operate and 
maintain the water system in an efficient manner this year. 
Respectfully Submitted, 
James A. Tuttle, Chairman, Thomas P. Herlihy Charles O. McGettigan, Jr. 



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WILTON FIRE DEPARTMENT 

For the year 2003 the department responded to a total of 167 calls for 
assistance. Out of that number 46 calls were false alarms. We urge people to 
have their alarms checked and cleaned on a regular basis to help drop the 
number of runs. The second largest numbers of calls involved motor vehicle 
accidents. Again please take a few extra minutes and drive according to the 
road conditions. Most of these crashes result in just plain old driving to fast for 
the weather conditions. 

I would like to thank all of the members for their continued dedication and 
devotion in making the department a well-oiled machine in your time of need. 
Again the support from the spouses and significant others is greatly appreciated. 
Your understanding does not go without notice. In closing, I would like to offer my 
gratitude to all who have helped and supported our efforts in the previous year 
and please remember smoke detectors save lives - don't stay at home without 
one. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Raymond Dick, Chief 



2003 Fire Department Calls 



Motor vehicle accidents 


34 


False alarms 


46 


Medical assist 


29 


Structure fires 


5 


Assist police/ homeowners 
Chimney fires 
Hazmat calls 


5 
6 
8 


Smoke evacuation 


1 


Mutual aid given 
Heating equip/ furnace 
Car fire 


18 

2 

3 


Illegal burning 
Electrical fire 


1 
3 


Propane leak 
Gas grill fire 
CO detector 


2 
1 
2 


Brush fire 


1 



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MILFORD AREA COMMUNICATIONS CENTER 

2003 was an eventful year for the Milford Area Communications Center in both 
operations and structure. Operationally, the Center remained staffed with a 
complete complement of full-time dispatchers for almost the entire year. This 
represented savings in both the expenditure of overtime to cover open shifts, and 
In training costs associated with bringing new personnel up to speed. In 
addition, the level of professionalism escalated by virtue of the experience of the 
staff that provided dispatching services. 

The Town of Greenville withdrew from participation and chose to go elsewhere 
for emergency dispatching services. The remaining five towns of Amherst, 
Lyndeborough, Milford, Mont Vernon and Wilton entered into a five-year 
agreement that insures those communities of first-rate emergency 
communications services via a centralized dispatch center. In addition to the 
restructuring of the area agreement, the Governing Board of the Center 
recognized the immediate need for modernization of equipment and included 
sufficient funds within the FY2004 budget to initiate the lease-purchase of state- 
of-the-art equipment. When the new equipment is installed and operational it will 
allow the Center to expand in scope thereby further enhancing the services that 
it can provide. 

On behalf of the staff and Governing Board of the Center, I would like to extend 
our sincere thanks to the many agencies with whom we work for the cooperation 
and assistance offered to us over the past year. I would also like to thank the 
thousands of citizens with whom we interact each year for their patience, 
understanding, assistance and support. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Nelson Taylor, Director 

WILTON FOREST FIRE WARDEN REPORT 

In 2003 we had only one small brush fire which was a result of not extinguishing 
a permit burn from the previous night. Please remember that a permit must be 
obtained if any outside burning is to be done. In the winter months burning can 
be done if there is ample snow cover. Please call your Fire Department as to 
proper snow cover before burning. Just a reminder for any of you who burned in 
an outside barrel- this is now illegal and subject to a $2,000.00 fine. We would 
like to thank you for all your help in keeping our forests safe and like Smokey 
says - Only You Can Prevent Forest Fires! 

In Hillsborough County there were 60 brush fires resulting in a total of 11.34 
acres burned. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Ronald Caswell, Warden 



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REPORT OF STATE FOREST FIRE WARDEN & STATE FOREST RANGER 

Your local Forest Fire Warden, Fire Department, and the State of New Hampshi 
Division of Forests and Lands cooperate and coordinate to reduce the risk 
wildland fires in New Hampshire. To help us assist you, contact your local Fore 
Fire Warden or Fire Department to find out if a permit is required before doing A] 
outside burning. Fire permits are mandatory for all outside burning unless tl 
ground where the burning is to be done (and surrounding areas), is complete 
covered with snow. Violations of RSA 227-L17, the Fire Permit Law and the oth 
burning laws of the State of New Hampshire are misdemeanors punishable by finri 
up to $2,000 and/or a year in jail, plus suppression cost. 

A new law effective January 1, 2003 prohibits residential trash burning (RSA 125-h 
Contact New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services at (800) 498-68* 
or www.des.state.nh.us for more information. 

Help us to protect you and our forest resources. Most New Hampshire wildfires a 
caused by humans. Homeowners can help protect their homes by maintainir 
adequate green space around the house and making sure that the house number 
correct and visible. Contact your fire department or the New Hampshire Division 
Forests and Lands at www.nhdf1.org or 271-2217 for wildland fire safety information 

ONLY YOU CAN PREVENT WILDLAND FIRES 

2003 FIRE STATISTICS 

(All fires Reported through November 03, 2003) 



TOTALS BY COUNTY 



CAUSES OF FIRES REPORTED 





# of Fires 


Acres 


Belknap 


40 


4.86 


Carroll 


46 


13.99 


Cheshire 


8 


.68 


Coos 


7 


17.40 


Grafton 


22 


12.60 


Hillsborough 


60 


11.34 


Merrimack 


98 


10.45 


Rockingham 


56 


18.54 


Strafford 


34 


7.94 


Sullivan 


3 


2.03 
(*Misc: powe 


Total Fires 


Total Acres 


2003 


374 


100 


2002 


540 


187 


2001 


942 


428 


2000 


516 


149 



Arson 


10 


Campfire 


25 


Children 


13 


Smoking 


20 


Debris 


226 


Railroad 


3 


Lightning 


2 


Equipment 


8 


Misc.* 


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(*Misc: poweriines, fireworks, electric fences, unknown) 



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WILTON OLD HOME DAYS 

Dear Citizens, 

It's that time again! The 2004 Wilton Old Home Days celebration will be held from 
August 21 thru August 29. The festivities will consist of a multitude of activities designed 
to bring family and friends alike together for nine days of enjoyment, laughter and fun. 

The Wilton Old Home Days Committee has been determined to keep this New 
Hampshire tradition alive and on track. As you may already know we have scheduled a 
parade to start on Saturday August 28 at 10 am. We will also continue the tradition of 
centering most activities at Whiting Park and hope to have many concessions available 
at the Park for the crowds who attend. 

This is where you, the community, comes in. The Wilton Old Home Days 
committee is a non-profit organization. We run many fund-raising events during the five 
years between celebrations to raise money for the parade, entertainment, tents and 
children's activities. We receive no public funding and depend on you to help us defray 
costs. 

This year's theme is Wilton: Our Town Now and Then . As Grand Marshals for our 
parade we have chosen two of our neighbors, Betty Stevens and Ingrid Howard, who 
we feel exemplify the message we want to convey in the theme. Betty and Ingrid are 
both well known for their long stints as school nurses as well as their dedication to 
ministering to the needs of young and old in our community. They represent the very 
best of our past and present. 

If you would like to help in making this year's celebration another success, please 
contact the following committee members: 

Parade Floats: Floats are encouraged from businesses, organizations and 
neighborhoods. They will be judged in the categories of Most Beautiful, Most Humorous, 
Best Neighborhood and Best in Theme. Anyone interested in entering a float can call 
Micaela Cullinan at 654-9753 or write her at 75 Badger Farm Road, Wilton, NH 03086. 
Concessions: We look forward to having many concessions and food stands at Whiting 
Park. We urge local businesses and groups to fill these spots. There is no charge for a 
concession set up but donations are cheerfully accepted. Interested parties may contact 
Glen and Cheryl Carter at 654-2482 or PO Box 365, Wilton, NH 03086. 
Donations: As noted, the entire Wilton Old Home Day celebration is funded through 
fund-raisers and donations. Anyone wishing to make a donation or sponsor a band 
should contact David Proctor at 654-2081 or PO Box 407, Wilton, NH, 03086. 

As always, we welcome all volunteer efforts and are looking forward to a great 
nine days in August. 

Gary Crooker 

Wilton Old Home Days Chairman 



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WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH-TEMPLE 
VOLUNTEER AMBULANCE SERVICE 

The year 2004 represents 30 years of service to our communities. We have 
come a long way since that used Cadillac ambulance was housed in the Wilton 
Town Hall. Advanced First Aid was the gold standard. There were many stay at 
home moms back then and we would swap off with each other, taking duty and 
caring for our children. Time marches on and those same moms went to work 
but still found time to volunteer and train to the next level, becoming EMT's. They 
were still able to take duty because of the generosity of their employers allowing 
them to leave work to serve. We were not very busy back then; having 150 to 
200 calls a year. As the town grew so have we, answering more calls every 
year. 

In 1982 we became the first service in the area to have EMT-lntermediates. 
EMT-I's are able to start IV's and deliver some life-saving medications. Ten 
years later we welcomed our first EMT-Paramedic to the area. Soon there were 
others and in 1993 we hired our first paid Paramedic/Director. Paramedics were 
fast becoming the Standard of Care across the USA. A small group banded 
together and started a volunteer Paramedic Intercept Program, with the blessing 
of our Medical Resource Hospital, St. Joseph Hospital in Nashua. The 
Paramedics served Wilton, Lyndeborough, Mont Vernon, Amherst, and 
Brookline. Each service began welcoming their own Paramedics and with the 
increased call volume, disbanded to concentrate on our individual communities. 

The call volume continued to increase and the need for Paramedic care also 
increased. We followed other communities in the area and instituted Per Diem 
Paramedics on April 1 , 2002. We now have Paramedic coverage 24/7 to provide 
Advanced Life Support to our communities. 









This past year we answered 406 calls for medical aid and 169 of these at the 
Advanced Life Support Level. 

Thank you to our 36 members. Their dedication and continued training make this 
service outstanding. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Carylyn H. McEntee 
Paramedic/Director 



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WILTON HERITAGE COMMISSION 

The Wilton Heritage Commission is a non-regulatory advisory commission 
primarily concerned with conserving the town's historical resources. The Commission's 
charge is to identify and protect Wilton's historically and culturally significant buildings, 
sites and features through consultation with other town agencies as well as private 
citizens who wish to preserve these special resources. 

Working with historian, David Vincent, we have identified 55 existing houses in 
Wilton built before 1800. A special plaque has been designed to identify these two 
hundred-year-old houses. We are currently in the process of contacting the current 
owners and offering this identifying plaque for a modest fee. 

In June we took part in the Conservation Commission's ceremonies for the 
completion of the acquisition of Carnival Hill. This is a tremendous recreation resource 
for the town of Wilton. 

We are working with the Conservation Commission in their efforts to craft a 
conservation easement for the Four Corners Farm. The farmhouse is one of the 55 
buildings built before 1800. 

The Commission is currently compiling a Historical Resource Inventory for the 
entire town. This inventory should be incorporated into the town's master plan when it is 
updated and will be made available for use by the Conservation Commission, the 
Planning Board and Zoning Board of Adjustment. 

One of the two applications submitted to the State Highway Historical Markers 
Program has had initial approval. However, due to budget and personnel cuts affecting 
the program, the wait for eventual authorization will most likely be a long one. 

The commission meets regularly every fourth Tuesday of the month at 7:30 PM 
at the Library. We encourage all of Wilton's citizens who have an interest in or a 
question about historic preservation to attend any of our meetings. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Wilton Heritage Commission 



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WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH YOUTH CENTER 

The year 2003 was a hot summer filled with many new members, improvements 
to the park and plans for the future. We would like to thank the towns of Wilton 
and Lyndeborough, local gravel and sand pit companies, 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 built a new pavilion onto the craft building giving shelter from 
rain and a place for the children to play games. They also put a cement slab 
under the grill area, installed a new playground and widened and paved the 
entrance way to the ball field. Come spring of 2004 we are hoping to put a new 
roof on the craft building, add race finishing flags at both ends of the piers and 
install a new pier wall making swim meets easier for the younger children. 

Our membership increased this year to 153 families enjoying the Youth Center 
from Wilton, Lyndeborough and 8 surrounding towns. The park had four Red 
Cross Certified swim instructors who taught 306 lessons to 166 children. This 
represents over 100 lessons more than the past year. Swim lessons were 
offered later in the afternoon allowing more children the opportunity to learn to 
swim. Twenty-four children joined our swim team in 2003. Congratulations to 
the Senior and Junior swim teams for a great year. 

The park was open from 10:00 am to 7:00 p.m. during the week and 1:00 PM to 
7:00 PM on the weekends. Our snack bar was expanded and now offers a 
variety of ice cream, chips, candy, soda, hotdogs, etc. The members participated 
in arts and crafts, field and water games, swimming lessons, and swim meets 
with area towns. The Youth Center held special events such as family night, 
teen night with live bands, grill day, pizza day, story time, a reptile show, police 
fingerprinting and bike safety, sand castle contests, musician and puppeteer Amy 
Conley, and use of Goss Park for company and organization outings. 

Plan on coming to our open house at the beginning of the season to see all of 
our new improvements. Information may be obtained at the town halls. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
WLYC Board of Directors 



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WILTON CONSERVATION COMMISSION REPORT 2003 

Wetland Disturbances: From May to August, nineteen wetland permits were 
filed with NH DES. The WCC reviewed these permits which included driveways, 
access roads, and fire pond constructions. WCC makes advisory suggestions to 
the landowner before the filing of permits as well as monitoring the projects as 
construction is done. 

Souhegan River & Brooks: The Souhegan River has been protected by the 
State of NH with the Comprehensive Shoreland Protection Act. The Souhegan 
River Local Advisory Committee is most interested in encouraging proper uses of 
the Souhegan Watershed. Water testing and invertebrate inventories have been 
taken in Wilton by volunteer members of the Souhegan River Association. 
Monitoring Easements: A new function for the WCC is monitoring our protected 
lands. Carnival Hill land agreements are required to have a yearly review. In 
2003, a new easement was granted by a landowner to allow fishermen to enjoy 
the shore along a section of the Souhegan River. We encourage landowners to 
discuss arranging for their shoreland to be protected using this model or a similar 
document. 

Feeding of the wild: Backyard bird feeders attract many different species of 
birds and small critters. Citizens are reminded that bird feeding once started in 
the fall should be continued until the snow leaves. Deer have complex digestive 
systems. Citizens are advised by NH Fish & Game not to feed deer. If bears 
come to your bird feeders in the early fall or spring, all feeding should be 
stopped. Wait a week or two and they will either stay in their dens or move on to 
other areas for better food. 

Natural Resource Inventory: Wilton citizens are documenting patterns of wild 
animals in town. Forms are available at the Town Hall or on the town website. 
The WCC has started to investigate the need for a comprehensive natural 
resource inventory of Wilton. The plan when completed will be a helpful tool for 
the town to understand the effects of zoning and growth. This project will require 
professional advice as well as local citizen envelopment. Funding request for 
this will be considered in 2004 for 2005 budget year. 

Four Corners Farm: The historic Abbott Hill farm has been a major project of 
the WCC, Wilton Heritage Commission, Wilton-Lyndeborough Winter Wanderers, 
the landowner, High Mowing School, and Educational Community Farm. 
Working with LCHIP, USDA, NH Bureau of Trails, NH Department of 
Environmental Services, the land, historic building, and multi-use NH 
Snowmobile Corridor 13 trail will be protected for future generations. 
The 2003 year: Part of the knowledge and insights gained by WCC was due to a 
member of our commission, Andrew LeFrancois, who is moving on 
professionally. We wish him luck in his new endeavors. Help from citizens with 
our projects is always welcome. 

Spencer C. Brookes II, Chair Lynne E. Draper 

Andrew LeFrancois (Resigned 4/03) H. Alan Preston 

Leslie P. Tallarico Philip C. Heald, Emeritus 



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WILTON MAIN STREET ASSOCIATION 

Wilton Main Street Association has successfully completed year five as a New 
Hampshire Main Street Community. Downtown statistics for 2003 show: 

• 9 promotional events 

WMSA share of promotions $ 626 

Partner organizations share $ 1,159 

• 1 Public Improvement 

WMSA share of improvements $ 00 

Partner organizations share $ 582,000 

5 Building improvements $ 83,518 

New Businesses Opened Downtown = 3 

Businesses Relocated to Downtown = 

Businesses Expanded in Downtown = 2 

New jobs created Downtown = 5 

Businesses closed = 2 

Businesses moved out of Downtown = 

Jobs lost = 4 

Net gain in businesses = 1 

Net gain in jobs = 1 

At the 2002 New Hampshire Main Street Excellence in Downtown Revitalizatio 
Awards, Gail Hoar was honored as the WMSA 2002 Volunteer of the Year an 
Diane Nilsson was honored as the 2002 Board Member of the Year. 

Yankee Magazine recognized Gail Hoar with a 2003 Yankee Barn-Raiser Award. 

Wilton Downtown Marketplace was open for business July-September 200v 
Friday's 3:30-6:30 PM, in Lot 48. The marketplace received a $500 matching fund 
grant from the NH Department of Agriculture, Markets & Food - Division c 
Agricultural Development. 

New Hampshire Magazine - Best of NH 2003, listed The Melting Pot Restaurant i 
the top 5 affordable dining destinations in the state of NH and Here Toda 
Emporium as "Best Transcendent Shopping Experience." 

Wilton Town Hall Gallery featured seven art shows including two young adult art 
exhibitions. 

The four Main Street committees have worked on the following 2003 projects: 

Promotion Committee 

• Organized and implemented -- downtown events including: Apple Fest, Flag Da> 
Holiday Kick-off, Whimsical People. 

• Decorated Putnam's window. 

• Hosted Main Street new business opening events. 



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Hosted "Children in the Arts" youth art exhibit. 

Hosted "Fall into the World of Art", young adult art exhibit. 

Hosted grand opening for Wilton Downtown Marketplace. 

Design Committee 



Managed the flower box sponsorship project. 

Assisted business owners in choosing and implementing effective and attractive 

facade/signage improvements. 

Awarded two Facade Improvement Matching Grants to the Big Little Bead Shop, 

$85 and Beanie's Country Store, $200. 

Planted and maintained Downtown plantings. 

Completed the plantings at the Wilton Police Station. 

Maintained 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. 

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. 

Held WMSA Fundraiser "A Whale of a Sale." 

Held WMSA fundraiser "Chocolate Indulgence." 

Hosted "Breakfast with Santa." 

Economic Restructuring Committee 



Developed/maintained WMSA website. 

Maintained downtown building inventory database. 

Investigated grant opportunities for Downtown improvements. 

Managed successful application for Sovereign Bank's Charitable Giving Grant in 

the amount of $1000. 

Continued recruitment efforts for new Downtown businesses. 

Re-established Building Improvement Low Interest Loan Program with Granite 

Bank. 



Wilton Main Street Association, a non-profit 501(c) organization, thanks the Town of 
Wilton, area businesses, organizations and individuals for their abiding support. 



Respectfully Submitted, 
Judy Leeds 
Program Manager 



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*?/\VY 2003 ANNUAL REPORT 
NASHUA REGIONAL PLANING COMMISSION 

The Nashua Regional Planning Commission (NRPC) provides 
transportation, land use, environmental, mapping and data planning services to 
twelve communities in the greater Nashua area. NRPC stands ready to assist its 
member communities with any issue of concern. We at the NRPC are grateful 
for the participation of Wilton's NRPC Commissioners: Robert MacFarland and 
Hal Melcher. The following is a summary of our accomplishments for the period 
encompassing July 1, 2002 to June 30, 2003. More detailed information about 
these projects and NRPC's activities can also be found at www.nashuarpc.org. 

Land Use and Environmental Planning 

NPRC provides technical assistance on land use and environmental 
issues to planning staff, planning boards and conservation commissions for all of 
its member communities. 

• Provided staff support to the Planning Board through the agency's "circuit 
rider" program. Key accomplishments this year included the following: 

■ Provided development review services for various subdivisions and site 
plans, including a major excavation expansion, new downtown 
businesses, a gas station/convenience store, a 16-lot subdivision and 
telecommunications tower expansions; 

■ Developed a new external lighting ordinance and completed various minor 
zoning amendments. 

- Provided technical assistance at all Planning Board meetings. 

Coordinated conservation priorities through the Regional Environmental 
Planning Program (REPP). 

Provided assistance to communities with applications for the Land and 
Community Heritage Investment Program (LCHIP). 

Worked with the Town's emergency response team on a hazard mitigation 
plan, with funding from the Office of Emergency Management. 

Completed a "Census 2000 Profile" detailing relevant 2000 census 

information for all communities in the region. 

Conducted a planning board workshop on Phase II Stormwater requirements. 

Conducted three workshops for planning board members with the Department 

of Environmental Services: shoreland protection, wetlands, and energy 

efficient cities and schools in New Hampshire. 

Monitored residential sales in the region, databased these sales, and 

produced quarterly reports that detailed sales trends by community. 



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■ Assisted the Souhegan Watershed Association with a citizen water quality 
monitoring program, and provided staff support to the Souhegan River Local 
Advisory Committee. 

Transportation Planning 

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. NRPC is responsible for developing the 
region's portion of the State's Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), 
maintaining the regional traffic model, and performing required air quality 
analyses. In addition, NRPC MPO funds are used to provide municipal technical 
assistance on transportation issues. 

■ Completed the Route 101 Corridor Plan with the Wallace Floyd Design 
Group, and VHB, which detailed conceptual level improvements, specifically 
the widening of the roadway to a 4 lane, divided highway from the Wilton- 
Milford line and through Amherst. 

Geographic Information Systems 

- Developed a database of historic mill buildings region wide. 

■ Located critical facilities in Wilton and collected information on the sites to 
include in a regional database. Submitted information to NH Office of 
Emergency Management. Also developed all maps necessary for the hazard 
mitigation plan including a past hazards incident map. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Andrew Singelakis, 
Executive Director 



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SOUHEGAN HOME AND HOSPICE CARE REPORT 

Souhegan Home & Hospice Care greatly appreciates the support that 
Wilton has given us over the years. Thanks to your contributions, we have been 
able to continue to expand our community adult and child clinics, as well as our 
support groups and educational offerings. All told, we had more than 2,000 clinic 
visits last year - both here in our Milford headquarters and in locations throughout 
our neighboring communities. We also saw more than 150 postpartum mothers 
and their babies for teaching, skilled nursing care and support. 

This year, based on community need, we expanded our foot care clinics to 
locations in Nashua and Amherst. Because the number of caregivers increases 
as more people receive care in the home, we offer a support group and an 
educational series to provide them with the tools necessary to cope with their 
newfound responsibilities. Finally, many area senior centers and nursing facilities 
continue to request from us educational opportunities, clinics, and prevention 
programs for their staff/residents. While we strive to fulfill them all, unfortunately 
we lack both the staff and funding to do so. 

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 & 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 enabling us to continue our longstanding 
tradition of caring. 



Sincerely, 

Liane Schubring, RN, BSN, MBA/MHA, CHCE 

Executive Director 



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HCS - HOME HEALTHCARE, HOSPICE AND COMMUNITY SERVICES 

ANNUAL REPORT 

In 2003, HCS - Home Healthcare, Hospice and Community Services continued to 
provide home care and community services to the residents of Wilton. The 
following information represents HCS's activities in your community in 2003. 

SERVICE REPORT 

SERVICES OFFERED SERVICES PROVIDED 

Nursing 

Physical Therapy 

Medical Social Worker 

Homemaker Hours 

Home Health Aide 

Outreach 

Health Promotion Clinics 

Total Unduplicated Residents Served: 47 

Prenatal care, hospice services, regularly scheduled wellness clinics and well 
child clinics are also available to residents. Town funding partially supports these 
services. 



182 Visits 


32 Visits 


1 Visit 


85 Hours 


5 Visits 


3 Visits 


18 Clinics 



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TOWN OF WILTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE 

ELECTION RESULTS FROM 

MARCH 11,2003 

& 

TOWN MEETING MINUTES FROM 

MARCH 13,2003 

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. From a voter checklist of 2183 registered voters the following votes 
were cast with various write-ins omitted, 557 votes, including 13 absentee ballots: 

Selectmen - 3 years 

Robert MacFariand 284 

Hal Melcher 263 

Treasurer- 1 year 

Barry A. Greene 438 

Trustee of the Trust Funds - 3 years 
TBD 

Planning Board - 3 years (2 positions open) 
R. Neil Faiman 412 

J. Alexander MacMartin, Jr. 398 

Planning Board - 2 years (1 position open) 
Matthew S. Fish 426 

Supervisor of the Checklist - 5 years 
TBD 

Water Commissioner - 3 years 

Charles O. McGettigan, Jr. 421 

Sewer Commissioner - 3 years 

David B. Tierney, Jr. 442 



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. 

Yes 400 No 87 



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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 3.1.3.1 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. 

Yes 416 No 87 

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. 

Yes 466 No 36 

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". 

Yes 438 No 63 

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. 

Yes 431 No 47 

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. 

Yes 440 No 48 



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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. 

Yes 422 No 60 

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 16.3.1.3 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). 

Yes 468 No 36 

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. 

Yes 424 No 85 



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The Moderator opened the business portion of the Town Meeting at the Florence Rideout 
Elementary School Auditorium on Thursday the 13th day of March 2003 at 8:00 P.M. He 
began the meeting with noting the candidate ballot and zoning ballot results. He then 
began with Article Number 1 1 of the posted warrant. 

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.) 

Moved by Stuart Draper, seconded by Cary Hughes. Voice vote approved. 

Stuart gave a brief explanation of the two bridge projects. He noted the Russell Hill Bridge 
is one of three or four in the country still remaining built in the pony truss style. Due to this 
historical significance the bridge will be left standing and will become a foot bridge. "The 
new Russell Hill Road bridge will be located further east from the current location on a site 
that will offer much better visibility for drivers coming and going". 

He stated the new Burton Highway bridge is located just before Frye Mill. It is the Board's 
intent to begin the engineering work this year so, in 2005/2006, construction can be 
started. Both bridges will be of a wooden construction. In response to a question from the 
floor he said studies had found laminated treated wood bridges resist moisture better than 
their steel counterparts. 

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.) 

Moved by David Glines, seconded by Stuart Draper. Voice vote approved. 

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.) 

Moved by Stuart Draper, seconded by David Glines. Voice vote approved. 



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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.) 

Moved by Jerry Greene, seconded by Stuart Draper. Voice vote approved. 

15. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of twenty-two thousand, 
one hundred fifty eight dollars ($22,158) 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.) 

Moved by David Glines, seconded by Stuart Draper. Voice vote approved. 

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.) 

Moved by Stuart Draper, seconded by Cary Hughes. Cary Hughes stated the intent was 
to start setting aside money now so when the new equipment is purchased it won't affect 
the tax rate as much. He noted that "fire trucks cost a lot". "The Town's last used truck 
cost eighty four thousand dollars ($84,000)". Voice vote approved. 

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). 

Moved by David Glines, seconded by Stuart Draper. Cary Hughes noted that this was a 
new fund as the Emergency Services Building Capital Reserve Fund had been depleted in 
the construction of the Police Station. The intent of the article was to "start the ball rolling" 
with this project. He stated that while there were monies in the Emergency Services 
Building Capital Reserve Fund at years end the money was allocated to be spent on 
Police Station construction bills that didn't come in until 2003. 

Following lengthy discussion by numerous individuals the article was voice vote approved. 

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 



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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). 

Moved by Jerry Greene, seconded by Stuart Draper. Voice vote approved. 

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). 

Moved by Jerry Greene, seconded by Stuart Draper. Voice vote approved. 

Dick Greeley started the discussion by asking would these monies be spent on fixing the 
sewer? Stuart Draper noted the sewer freezing problem would be fixed with already 
procured monies. He said a landscaping estimate had been obtained but a paving 
estimate would not be known until the snow coverage receded. Stuart further explained 
that originally this work was calculated to be covered with last year's town meeting vote. 
However the landscaping and paving had to be cut due to unanticipated higher price of 
the original project. Stanley Young spoke in support of the overall project and the 
requested funding to finish it. It was further noted that a group of Wilton Business', 
headed by Joe Poisson, have donated two flag poles that will be erected in the spring on 
the new site. Following more general comments from the floor the article was voice vote 
approved. 

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.) 

Moved by Jerry Greene, seconded by Stuart Draper. Voice vote approved. 

Cary Hughes stated that one hundred fifty thousand dollars ($150,000) was currently in 
the fund. Bruce Johnson stated the money was for building ball fields at the base of 
Carnival Hill on Whiting Hill Road. Peter Graves spoke of the history of the project. Cary 
Hughes noted the commitment the town had made at last years town meeting to spread 
the cost over a two year period. Peter Graves said, in response to a question when the 
project would begin, that they would like to start as soon as possible so that in the spring 
of 2004 the fields would be available to the kids of Wilton. Voice vote approved. 

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 



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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 Cary Hughes. Following more extensive general 
discussion the article was voice vote approved. 

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.) 

Moved by Stuart Draper, seconded by David Glines. Voice vote approved. 

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.) 

Moved by Stuart Draper, seconded by David Glines. 

Stanley Young, Chairman of the Board of Library Trustees, spoke of the history of the 
library since its erection on 1908. He stated that while ...."it is still one of the most 
magnificent public buildings in the state.... it now needs loving care to preserve features 
like its murals and rare artwork; its stained glass oculus and mosaic rotunda floor. In 
addition the building needs some serious renovation, like handicapped access to all floors, 
new electrical wiring, heating, lighting and rest rooms." He went on to say that funding for 
the project was expected from grants, appropriation and private donors. The intent was to 
ask the town to appropriate two hundred thousand dollars ($200,000) over a two year 
period. 

Following Mr. Young's presentation the article was voice vote approved. 

24. To see if the Town will vote to 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.) 

Moved by Stuart Draper, seconded by David Glines. 



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Spencer Brookes moved to amend the article to read "To see if the Town will vote to raise 
and appropriate the sum of forty thousand dollars ($40,000) 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." Motion seconded by Hal 
Melcher. 

Spencer spoke about preservation projects like the Four Corners Farm on Abbot Hill. He 
explained how it is a classic working farm that monies appropriated to the conservation 
committee would help support. He told how the Land and Community Heritage 
Investment Program (LCHIP) have granted two hundred fifty thousand dollars ($250,000) 
toward the Four Corners Farm . Further words of support for this amended article were 
offered by Lincoln Geiger, Hal Melcher and Sarah Holder. Bruce Johnson stated "...we 
have one chance to protect land. Once one house is built on it the chance to preserve it is 
gone". 

Moderator Richard Rockwood asked for a vote on the amendment as proposed by 
Spencer Brookes raising the appropriation from twenty five thousand dollars ($25,000) to 
forty thousand dollars ($40,000). Vote on the amendment approved. 

The vote on the main article, as amended, was approved. 

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.) 

Moved by Jerry Greene, seconded by Stuart Draper. Voice vote approved. 

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.) 

Moved by Stuart Draper, seconded by Jerry Greene. 

Jerry Greene asked to amend the article to increase it by ten thousand dollars ($10,000) 
so it would read as follows: "To see if the town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum 
of two million, six hundred thirty-five thousand, sixty dollars ($2,635,060) which represents 
the operating budget for the year 2003. Said sum does not include any of the special or 
individual articles addressed." Motion seconded by David Glines. 



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Jerry Greene explained the Board of Selectmen wanted to raise the benefit package as 
noted on page 10 in the 2002 town report from seventy one thousand, seven hundred and 
eighty dollars ($71,780) to eighty one thousand, seven hundred and eighty dollars 
($81 ,780) to reduce the cost for Wilton employees paying for family medical coverage. He 
stated the amendment, if approved, would reduce the employee family medical cost from ! 
one hundred sixty five dollars ($165) per week to one hundred five dollars ($105) per j 
week. 

Moderator Richard Rockwood asked for a vote on the amendment as proposed by Jerry 
Greene raising the appropriation for the employee benefit from seventy one thousand, 
seven hundred and eighty dollars ($71,780) to eighty one thousand, seven hundred and | 
eighty dollars ($81 ,780). Vote on the amendment approved. 

Next, Moderator Richard Rockwood asked for a vote on the main article as amended 
which now read "To see if the town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of two | 
million, six hundred thirty-five thousand, sixty dollars ($2,635,060) which represents the I 
operating budget for the year 2003. Said sum does not include any of the special or | 
individual articles addressed." The vote on the main article, as amended, was approved. 

27. Shall we modify the elderly exemptions from property tax in the town of Wilton, based I 
on assessed value, for qualified taxpayers, to be as follows: for a person 65 years of age j 
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). 

Moved by Stuart Draper, seconded by David Glines. 

Jerry Greene explained, in response to a question from the floor, that no tax impact was 
anticipated by this article. These exemptions were double the current exemptions but our 
tax values are currently less than half what they are anticipated to be once the town wide 
revaluation is completed. Moderator Richard Rockwood explained that the statute 
required a paper ballot. Paper vote tally was yes 87, no 1 1 . Amendment passed. 

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. 

Moved by Stuart Draper, seconded by Jerry Greene. Voice vote approved. 



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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. 

Moved by Stuart Draper, seconded by David Glines. Voice vote approved. 

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). 

Moved by Jerry Greene, seconded by David Glines. Voice vote approved. 

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) 

Moved by Mary McDonough, seconded by Steve McDonough. 

Mary McDonough explained she and her husband had presented this petition as they 
were concerned for the safety of their two small children. Brown Road runs right through 
their front yard between the house and barn. They felt the two households at the end of 
Brown Road could easily access their houses using the newly created Ledgewood Road 
to come and go. 

Neil Faiman, Mark Whitehill, David Holder and Bruce Johnson (all members of the 
Planning Board or alternate members of the Planning Board) all spoke against this article. 
They all explained the approval of the McDonough's eleven lot subdivision was based on 
two points of access. The McDonough's had proposed closing Brown Road in the 
subdivision process and were told that it could not be closed if they wanted to create a 
new road the length of Ledgewood Road. 



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Charlie McGettigan spoke in support of the McDonough's proposal stating that down 
grading the road would allow it still to be used by the public but the town wouldn't have to 
regularly maintain it. 

Tom Schultz, with the Wilton-Lyndeborough-Temple Ambulance, spoke in support of the 
Planning Boards view that multiple access to a development is a very important safety 
issue. 

Following very lengthy discussion the Moderator asked for a voice vote on the petitioners 
request to downgrade Brown Road from a Class V road to a Class VI. The voice vote was 
unclear. Next, the Moderator asked for a show of hands. The result was as follows: yes 
43, no 41. The article was approved. 

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). 

Judith Horsley spoke first strongly against the article based on her parents experience in 
Canada. As physicians they saw the Canadian system of health coverage for all create 
huge problems and overall inferior health care. Joe Torre spoke of the contradictory 
wording of the last line of the article. He noted the words stating "represents no fiscal 
impact" didn't make sense. Cary Hughes and David Miller spoke in favor of the concept 
that health coverage shouldn't be a hardship for people. Neil Faiman spoke to say he felt 
that people should speak individually to their legislators and not have a vote come from 
this meeting representing the entire town. Following these discussions the article was 
voice vote approved. 

33. 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 Jerry Greene. Stuart noted a correction on the 
inside cover credits. Gail Proctor's name was noted in error as one of the artists 



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contributing to the mural depicted on the side of Intervale Machinery and Supplies barn on 
Forest Road. In fact, Gail Hoar's name should have been cited. 

34. To transact any other business that may legally come before said meeting. 

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. 

Next Stuart Draper presented David Glines with a plaque from "the citizens of Wilton with 
gratitude and appreciation for twelve years of service to the Town as a member of the 
Planning Board and six years as a Selectmen and Planning Board Representative. Your 
service to the Town has been outstanding." A standing ovation was given by all in 
attendance. David thanked the audience and the Board for the opportunity to serve the 
town. 

Stuart Draper moved to adjourn the meeting, seconded by Jerry Greene. Voice vote 
approved. The meeting was adjourned at 1 1 :05 P.M. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Jane K. Farrell, Clerk 



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MARRIAGES REGISTERED IN THE TOWN OF WILTON 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2003 



Date Groom 

01/02/03 Mitchell, Thomas E. 
01/18/03 Howe, Douglas M. 
02/01/03 Joslin, Edward G. 
02/14/03 Cabana, Matthew W. 
02/15/03 Sterrett, John S. 
03/22/03 Pearl, Jeffrey S. 
04/04/03 Richard, Yvon D. 
05/10/03 Cassidy, Brian J. 
05/17/03 LeBlanc, Kevin M. 
06/01/03 Burbee, Jason T. 
06/14/03 Lazzaro, Michael K. 
06/21/03 Wilkins, Kevin M. 
06/22/03 Smith, Richard A. 
07/05/03 Shepard, Robert W. 
07/14/03 Koufopoulos, Steve G. 
07/19/03 Kennedy, Laurence P. 
08/02/03 Kalke, Rahul A. 
08/16/03 Lawson, Dean R. 
08/16/03 Leavitt, Noel Stuart 
08/23/03 Gemmiti, Greg D. 
08/23/03 Lessard, Michael J. 
08/28/03 Godinho, Decio A. 
09/06/03 Carrell, Kim H. 
09/06/03 Guay, Christopher S. 
09/13/03 Wilkins, Todd A. 
09/20/03 Bergeron, Normand P. 
09/20/03 Maher, Jeffrey T. 
09/20/03 Furze, Michael T. 
09/20/03 Ireland, Danny L. 
09/27/03 Bowen, Keith D. 
10/04/03 Depont Daniel A. 
10/04/03 Nelson, James T. 
10/04/03 Walsh, Thomas P. 
10/11/03 Deslauriers, Jr. Donald G. 
11/05/03 Mazerall, Joseph E. 
11/08/03 Heinonen, Eric A. 
11/20/03 Normanton, Stephen C. 
12/14/03 Radzik, James P. 



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Knight, Sonya C. 
O'Rourke, Amy A. 
Vaiana, Dawn M. 
Heinonen, Amy G. 
Hughes, Maryann 
Beaulier, Christina L. 
DeOliveira, Keli F. 
Markaverich, Jennifer L. 
Warguska, Alexis L. 
White, Heather L. 
Cheever, Jill 
Walker, Allyson R. 
Robertson, Mary Ellen 
lilies, Kristiana M. 
Butler, Alice A. 
Quaglia, Patricia A. 
Buffum, Christina M. 
Ryan, Bridget-Mary 
Winer, Jessica S. 
Ohlund, Dawn M. 
Hooper, Laurie A. 
DeOliveira, Silvana F. 
Holder, Heidi B. 
Statler, Heather A. 
Gordon, Jennifer R. 
Montminy, Alana D. 
Dean, Sue-Ellen K. 
Dube, Amanda L. 
Ryll, Dianne M. 
Tuttle, Lori A. 
Churchill, Christy L. 
Jackson, Rita C. 
Wharton, Erin E. 
Bayrd, Judith A. 
Prior Mazerall, Charlene A. 
Brunelle, Patricia A. 
Vaccaro, Dianna L. 
Carson, Christian G. 



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BURIALS REGISTERED IN THE TOWN OF WILTON 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2003 



Date of Burial 


Place of Death 


Name of Deceased 


Age 


Place of Burial 


March 30 


Peterborough 


Jane E. Wright 


81 


Vale End 


April 18 


Bedford 


Donald Edwin Proctor 


87 


Laurel Hill 


April 19 


Milford 


Harriet Pearl McQuade 


84 


Mount Calvary 


April 23 


Nashua 


Eleanor L. Jarest 


85 


Mount Calvary 


April 26 


Merrimack 


Abby Gail Frye 


22 


Laurel Hill 


May 2 


Keene 


Rev. Kenneth A. Batchelder 


75 


Laurel Hill 


May 2 


Laconia 


Rosell E. Earle 


85 


Laurel Hill 


May 10 


Franklin 


Robert James Stanton 


82 


Vale End 


May 22 


Nashua 


Emilien G. Pellerin 


69 


Mount Calvary 


May 31 


Peterborough 


Alice McCarthy 


85 


Mount Calvary 


May 31 


Milford 


Kathryn McCarthy 


93 


Mount Calvary 


May 31 


Nashua 


Guy Kenneth Foster 


91 


Laurel Hill 


June 10 


North Conway 


Luis Antonio Ruiz, Jr. 


33 


Mount Calvary 


June 22 


Concord 


Jaylynn Ann Mateo 


Infant 


Mount Calvary 


July 19 


Peterborough 


Jane W. Bonynge 


92 


South Yard 


July 23 


New York, NY 


Marilyn Keeley 


73 


Mount Calvary 


July 26 


Long Beach, NY 


John D. Orsi 


29 


Mount Calvary 


August 4 


Wilton 


Wesley Oscar Hodgen 


75 


Mount Calvary 


August 7 


Keene 


Kevin David Proctor 


25 


Laurel Hill 


August 15 


Las Vegas, NV 


Leonard F. Mahoney, Jr. 


74 


Mount Calvary 


September 6 


Milford 


Paul David Herlihy 


50 


Mount Calvary 


September 9 


Peterborough 


Ruth Jewett Preble 


90 


Vale End 


September 1 3 


Milford 


Donald David Draper 


87 


Laurel Hill 


September 18 


Peterborough 


Lucille May Upton 


88 


Laurel Hill 


September 24 


Manchester 


Marie Aurore Demattia 


93 


Mount Calvary 


October 5 


Dennis, MA 


Jennie Abbot 


97 


Laurel Hill 


October 1 1 


Nashua 


Frieda E. Warren 


86 


Laurel Hill 


October 17 


Dover 


Olive Lois Wiggin 


90 


Laurel Hill 


October 29 


Milford 


Veronica Mary Mahoney 


96 


Mount Calvary 


November 8 


Tilton 


Lydia M. Earle 


82 


Laurel Hill 


November 10 


Manchester 


Eva B. Goulet 


91 


Laurel Hill 


December 14 


Nashua 


Will Sanford Claire 


Infant Laurel Hill 


December 29 


Wilton 


Frank Spencer Millward 


83 


Laurel Hill 



The following record was unavailable at the time the 2002 burial report was prepared: 
Dec. 27, 2002 Duarte, CA Susan Shepard Sweezy 95 Vale End 



91 



INVENTORY OF 

TAXABLE PROPERTIES 

AS OF 

APRIL 1,2003 



Valuations are as of April 1, 2003 while ownership is though 
February 18, 2004. Valuations are based on a 2003 equalization 
rate of 90.5%. To determine full market value divide the total 
property valuation by the equalization rate. 



92 



Owner Name 

53 MAIN WILTON PROPERTY LLC 

A & T FOREST PRODUCTS INC. 

ABBOTT MEMORIAL TRUST, E J 

ABBOTT MEMORIAL TRUST, E J 

ABBOTT REVOCABLE TRUST, WILLIA 

ABBOTT, WILLIAM M 

ABRAHAMS-DEMATTE, WILLIAM A 

ADAMS, BRIAN 

ADAMS, JAMES H 

ADAMS, RUTH G 

ADEE TRUST, SARAH INGRID COMLY 

ADREY, AURELIA 

ALBRECHT, CURTIS V 

ALEXANDER, JOHN C 

ALGER, CHRISTOPHER 

ALLEN, THERESA 

ALLENBERG, ROBERT 

ALLEY, DAVID H 

ALLEY, DAVID H. 

ALMY, EARL J & TERRY L 

ALUMINUM CASTINGS INC 

AMES, SHARON IRENE 

AMIDON, ARTHUR R 

ANDERSON JR., CARL E 

ANDERSON, CHRISTOPHER J 

ANDERSON, R MICHAEL 

ANDREW, PAUL J 

ANDREWS, DAVID P 

ANDY'S SUMMER PLAYHOUSE 

ANFUSO, DENNIS 

APRIL, LORETTA J 

AREA AGENCY PROPERTIES INC 

ARIA HILL, LLC 

ARIA HILL, LLC 

ARIA HILL, LLC 

ARSENAULT, ELIZABETH 

ARSENEAU, ROBERT L 

ASELIN, JASON 

ATWOOD, GARY A & PAMELA L 

ATWOOD, GARY A & PAMELA L 

ATWOOD, GARY A & PAMELA L 

AUBEL, GERALD 

AUCOIN, CHRISTOPHER 

AUDETTE, MARCIAA. 

AUSTIN, CONSTANCE E 

AUSTIN, CONSTANCE E 

AYOTTE, ROY A & TAMMIE LEE 

BABINEAU 97 IRRV TR., ARTHUR 

BABINEAU 97 IRRV TR., ARTHUR 

BABINEAU 97 IRRV TR., ARTHUR 

BABINEAU 97 IRRV TR., ARTHUR 

BABINEAU 97 IRRV TR., ARTHUR 

BABINEAU 97 IRRV TR., ARTHUR 

BABINEAU 97 IRRV TR., ARTHUR 

BABINEAU 97 IRRV TR., ARTHUR 

BABINEAU 97 IRRV TR., ARTHUR 

BADGER FARM REALTY TRUST 

BAJEK, JAMES J 

BAKAIAN, LINDA A 

BALINT, FRANCIS A 

BALLOU, CHERYL S 

BALLOU, DONALD JERRY 

BARHAM, DAVID M 

BARNES, SIDNEY E 

BARNETT, SHEILA M 

BARNETT, SHEILA M & ANTHONY W 

BARNETT, THOMAS & ELIZABETH 

BARTSCH, STEPHEN L 

BASHA, J RICHARD 

BASTIEN, ALFRED H 

BASTUG, BIANCA 

BATCHELDER, GRACE 



ap 


Lot 


Unit 


Bldg Value 


Land Value 


J 


50 




50200 


59100 


A 


30 







154 


J 


103 







2000 


J 


104 


2 





2400 


L 


5 







9800 


K 


105 




211400 


64800 


A 


40 




126200 


69000 


C 


28 


1 





3832 


M 


1 




89800 


41300 


C 


113 




100900 


56000 


B 


88 







95100 


K 


117 




115900 


47400 


J 


90 


01 -B 


47900 


17000 


H 


89 


6 


210800 


65400 


M 


81 




132800 


69600 


J 


118 




74000 


36600 


F 


103 


2 


179000 


63700 


B 


31 


11-01 


372300 


64800 


F 


6 


4 





108000 


F 


49 




96600 


48000 


D 


92 




235900 


77700 


L 


53 




96600 


51600 


D 


76 




100200 


56000 


J 


52 




81900 


60100 


D 


108 




143600 


59500 


H 


111 


5 


118000 


48200 


D 


78 




61600 


69600 


B 


79 




116600 


77600 


C 


82 




144000 


61900 


J 


90 


01 -A 


47800 


18300 


J 


126 


1 


120100 


49900 


B 


118 




154400 


104000 


M 


11 







73200 


F 


88 







2564 


F 


88 


1 





57500 


B 


75 


2 





63500 


F 


13 




89500 


49200 


H 


89 


5 


163100 


65900 


F 


83 


7 





182 


F 


81 







730 


F 


82 




166600 


64017 


F 


6 


1 


229500 


66400 


M 


12 


7 


185500 


56600 


B 


158 




113200 


55100 


D 


127 







86900 


D 


128 




162000 


82600 


J 


1 




117600 


47400 


D 


20 







68300 


D 


40 







969 


D 


70 







10489 


D 


71 







2448 


B 


85 







17 


B 


83 







7900 


D 


39 







12000 


D 


41 







67500 


D 


22 







14100 


H 


52 







64800 


H 


119 




119000 


72900 


H 


90 




272100 


62000 


D 


95 


36X 


117600 





F 


59 




78800 


48000 


F 


55 




133100 


51600 


A 


39 


03X 


130200 





J 


8 




106400 


48500 


J 


36 




146800 


47400 


K 


8 




114900 


39400 


C 


73 




229300 


67200 


D 


158 


3 


134700 


58700 


L 


20 




119000 


53800 


B 


106 




54000 


54100 


K 


108 




100300 


47700 


D 


100 







3900 



Exemptions Total Value 

109300 

154 

2000 

2400 

35700 

286000 

196800 

3832 

133000 

20000 158700 

95100 
164300 

64900 
281000 
206800 
110800 
245100 
455900 
108000 
145100 
316700 
149200 
169200 
142000 
211000 
169800 
134300 
205200 
214600 

66100 
172900 
259300 

73200 
2564 

57500 

63500 
141000 
233700 
182 
730 
237717 
335300 
247000 
168800 

86900 
259100 
169500 

68300 
969 

10489 

2448 

17 

7900 

12000 

67500 

14100 

64800 
50 194400 
342800 
117600 
127400 
184700 
133100 
158000 
194200 
183100 
299100 
194300 
179900 
108100 
148000 
3900 



93 



Owner Name 

BATCHELDER, WILLIAM R 

BATTAGLIA, PAUL V 

BAUCH, WILLIAM C 

BAUER, COLIN 

BAUSHA, MARK P 

BAUSHA, WALTER 

BAYMORE, JOHN C 

BEACH, JANICE 

BEAM, CALVIN L 

BEAM, CALVIN L 

BEARD, CLEVELAND W 

BECK, JENNIFERS 

BEECH, MICHAEL E 

BEERS, KENNETH J 

BELANCIK, ALAN E 

BELCHER, TRAVIS J 

BELL, JEAN S 

BELLEFLEUR, FRANK R 

BELT, THOMAS G 

BENEDICT, DAVID L 

BENNETT-GROH, ALICE 

BENNETT-GROH, ALICE 

BENSMILLER, GREGG L 

BENSON, CHRISTINE L 

BENSON, KIM T 

BENT REVOCABLE TRUST, CHARLES 

BENT-BURKE POST #10 

BERGEN, CINDY M 

BERGERON TRUST, ANNETTE P 

BERGERON TRUST, ANNETTE P 

BERGERON, MICHAEL J 

BERGERON, PRISCILLA J 

BERGERON, PRISCILLA J 

BERGIN JR. ELMER S 

BERKEBILE, ANGEL M 

BERKEBILE, DAVID A 

BERRY, BRUCE W 

BERTRAND REVOCABLE TRUST 

BERUBE SR. THOMAS E 

BERUBE, DANIEL J & TRACY 

BERUBE, DANIEL J. & TRACY A. 

BEYER, DAWN ANGELA 

BICKFORD, CARLTON E 

BIER, GLORY ANN 

BILLS, JOSEPH C & LINDA 

BIRD REVOCABLE TRUST, LEO E 

BLAGBROUGH FAMILY REALTY TRUST 

BLAIR, SHEENA 

BLAKE, RICHARD K 

BLAKE, WAYNE D 

BLANCHARD & WILDER REALTY TRST 

BLANCHARD AUTO SALVAGE 

BLANCHARD, ISAAC K 

BLANCHARD, ISAAC K 

BLANCHARD, MARGARET 

BLANCHARD, SCOTT N 

BLANCHARD, STEPHEN K 

BLANCHARD, STEPHEN K 

BLANCHETTE, CLAUDETTE E 

BLANCHETTE, PAM M 

BLANCHETTE, ROBERT A 

BLASHOCK, HERBERT O 

BLUHM TRUST INDENTURE 

BLUHM TRUST INDENTURE 

BLUHM, HELEN M 

BLUHM, PETER D 

BLUHM, PETER D 

BLUNDO, MARCELLE J 

BLY, GERTRUDE 

BOGDAN, DONALD R 

BOISSONNAULT, DAVID B 

BOLDUC, CHRISTOPHER W 

BOLTON, DIANE P 



Map 


Lot 


Unit 


Bldg Value 


Land Value 


Exemptions 


Total Value 


K 


127 




79000 


48000 




129200 


E 


41 




172100 


67200 




240100 


C 


135 




132700 


64000 


50 


197600 


H 


88 


2 


199800 


72100 




275500 


L 


3 




95200 


50800 




146500 


K 


135 




61900 


48000 




112900 


F 


41 




75200 


63600 




155600 


K 


6 




93100 


55000 




150700 


F 


83 


5 


146400 


60300 




208600 


J 


124 




137800 


36400 




174200 


D 


134 




65400 


69600 


50 


166000 


A 


11 




292900 


61200 




410800 


D 


113 




94200 


50000 




148200 


C 


23 


2 


236100 


60900 


' 


299600 


B 


90 




182600 


72000 




295600 


C 


150 




42000 


56371 


50 


99571 


F 


44 




77300 


55500 


50 


137000 


M 


14 




110300 


61900 




174700 


D 


44 




108400 


54925 




183725 


L 


55 




116300 


50800 




168100 


C 


134 




182100 


62711 




281511 


C 


134 


2 





2083 




2083 


B 


31 


7 


168900 


75000 




243900 


K 


114 




80400 


47400 




132400 


F 


140 







81400 




82400 


F 


83 


4 


165500 


60400 


50 


232000 


K 


17 




144900 


52900 




200500 


D 


58 




124200 


61640 




194840 


K 


113 




90300 


48000 




140800 


K 


141 




102000 


48000 




156900 


H 


2 


3 


144600 


60400 




225900 


C 


26 




61400 


58084 




122384 


C 


34 







56744 




56744 


K 


81 




75800 


47800 


50 


123600 


B 


133 




90900 


55000 




147500 


D 


105 




107300 


51200 




161600 


C 


22 


3 


191600 


56500 


50 


250800 


B 


6 




33200 


74500 




108800 


H 


8 




103100 


62800 




179600 


M 


12 


6 


218500 


55700 




279900 


M 


23 




93300 


64600 




162400 


K 


31 




129100 


50200 




198200 


J 


10 




116800 


50800 




169300 


D 


99 




37300 


51528 




95428 


K 


44 




66200 


51600 




118800 


C 


125 




349900 


54094 


50 


448994 


A 


22 




320100 


74700 


50 


433900 


C 


134 


1-4B 


81500 


58600 




140100 


H 


37 


3 


160500 


70600 




233100 


K 


37 




170700 


48000 




224700 


D 


133 




143500 


81660 




275360 


F 


172 




12400 


133500 




145900 


C 


77 




120300 


50000 




170800 


C 


77 


1 


2600 


67000 




73700 


K 


103 




87700 


62100 


50 


150800 


L 


57 




111900 


50000 




163200 


K 


26 




186600 


51000 




246600 


D 


133 


2 





54000 




54000 


H 


58 


1 


99400 


62900 




162700 


K 


162 




69900 


28400 




98800 


J 


25 




162000 


50800 




225500 


L 


13 




99800 


48000 




149100 


H 


20 







10680 




10680 


H 


2 


6 





2386 




2386 


H 


2 


7 





60200 




60200 


F 


150 




92600 


58150 




150750 


F 


134 




192300 


64512 




261212 


F 


74 




131000 


68400 




204800 


D 


95 


33X 


116600 







116600 


F 


64 




95000 


56500 




153300 


D 


110 




92400 


61000 




157000 


H 


89 


3 


247900 


81300 




352300 


F 


84 







947 




947 



94 



Owner Name 

BOLTON, DIANE P 

BOLTON, DIANE P 

BOLTON, DIANE P 

BOLTON, DIANE P 

BOLTON, DIANE P 

BOLTON, DIANE P 

BOOTH JR, GEORGE MICHAEL 

BOSQUET, TIMOTHY D 

BOSSE SR, GARY C 

BOSSE, JARED L 

BOUCHER, ALBERT R 

BOUDREAU, KIRK 

BOULEY, DEREK J 

BOURDON, BRUCE C 

BOURGOINE, ANTHONY E & LAURIE A 

BOURN, COLIN J 

BOUTWELL, CARL S 

BOUTWELL, JAMES 

BOWEN, LEEANN G 

BOYD, NATHAN B 

BRADLEY, SUSAN V 

BRADSHAW REV TRUST, RC & MB 

BRAGDON, BARBARA E 

BRAGDON, CAROLE J 

BRAGDON, ROBERT O 

BRATTEN, DOUGLAS P 

BRATTEN, DOUGLAS P 

BRATTEN, DOUGLAS P 

BRENNAN, DONNA M 

BRENNAN, JAMES M 

BRENNAN, THOMAS P 

BRETT, ERIC 

BREWSTER, JANICE G 

BRIDGEO, JASON K 

BRIGHAM FAMILY REVOC.TRST 1999 

BRIGHTMAN REV TRUST, JUDITH 

BRIGHTMAN REV TRUST, JUDITH 

BRIGHTMAN REV TRUST, JUDITH 

BROCHU, PAUL E 

BROCHU, PAUL J 

BRODERICK, MICHAEL 

BRODEUR, DENNIS R 

BRODEUR, DENNIS R 

BROOKES II, SPENCER C 

BROOKES, LESLEY 

BROOKS, CARLTON H 

BROOKS, S PHILIP & VIRGINIA 

BROOKSHIRE, LYNNE R 

BROWN, ALAN L 

BROWN, BRADLEY L. & CLAIRE L. 

BROWN, CARLENE M 

BROWN, CARLENE M 

BROWN, DANIELLE 

BROWN, JARED 

BROWN, LAWRENCE A 

BROWN, RONALD E 

BROWNE, STUART 

BRUNEAU WENDY L 

BRUNELLE, MICHAEL J 

BUCKO, MARY B 

BUDD, ROSS S 

BUDRO, EARL I 

BUDRO, EARL I 

BUFFUM, PAUL 

BULLARDIII, EARL A 

BUNYARD, CLAUD S 

BURELLE, GARY R 

BURGE, MONTY J 

BURGER, NORMAN M 

BURKE, PAULA 

BURNS JR, WILLIAM J 

BURNS, WILLIAM J 

BURROWS, KAREN A 



Map 


Lot 


Unit Bldg Value 


Land Value 


Exemptions 


Total Value 


F 


85 


141400 


57162 




200762 


F 


107 





55000 




55000 


F 


106 





699 




699 


F 


87 





1000 




1000 


K 


52 


82000 


48900 




138400 


F 


108 


131500 


53800 




188900 


H 


100 


209200 


75200 




289300 


F 


69 


190200 


66600 




258800 


C 


106 


94700 


57500 




152400 


B 


1 


2 142800 


60800 




218000 


D 


95 


31 X 115700 







115700 


H 


42 


24 136300 


60000 




196300 


C 


105 


98200 


57000 




160600 


C 


25 


2 207200 


60060 




271260 


C 


78 


206100 


60000 




268400 


K 


5 


96300 


46100 




142400 


M 


94 


190500 


66000 




264700 


F 


34 


84600 


49200 


50 


143900 


D 


28 


74000 


52600 


50 


127900 


D 


158 


7 142800 


57200 




201000 


A 


31 


437400 


137500 




801300 


L 


48 


164100 


60000 


50 


225100 


F 


31 


2 258900 


50900 




315700 


M 


18 


141900 


48200 




208600 


D 


111 


119800 


50800 




171900 


A 


65 


39000 


54800 




103400 


A 


65 


1 


29800 




29800 


A 


66 





27800 




27800 


H 


126 


118200 


55000 




174600 


L 


37 


78600 


37900 




117000 


J 


83 


90700 


50000 




147400 


M 


88 


123500 


69000 




193300 


C 


128 


2 98500 


60400 




161200 


M 


72 


135000 


66000 




205600 


H 


35 


134100 


68700 




215600 


C 


21 


161400 


63500 




237100 


C 


21 


1 167000 


60000 




227000 


c 


22 


1 


58400 




58400 


D 


109 


93800 


60000 




166600 


B 


140 


7 193700 


78000 




275600 


M 


49 


87800 


61000 




151300 


D 


56 


103500 


55000 




165200 


D 


56 


01 X 28000 







28000 


L 


2 


96800 


48500 




146500 


F 


155 


31800 


78000 




109800 


C 


41 


81200 


60400 


50 


151000 


B 


3 


143400 


54400 




198400 


K 


35 


99200 


47900 




147600 


D 


95 


01 X 113000 







113000 


M 


70 


80700 


61900 




150500 


K 


60 


107300 


47400 




157200 


F 


36 


125500 


50000 


50 


191200 


K 


68 


121400 


47700 




170100 


K 


110 


93000 


48000 




142600 


M 


31 


135700 


61900 




200100 


B 


137 


207800 


67600 




293300 


B 


35 


2 


88500 




88500 


H 


61 


154800 


83400 




238200 


C 


132 


105200 


70800 




176900 


K 


142 


91200 


48000 


50 


141400 


K 


90 


56900 


46600 




107200 


D 


3 


256400 


58856 




378356 


D 


4 





54 




54 


C 


65 


419500 


85400 


50 


525600 


D 


79 


119100 


60400 




182700 


D 


5 


164400 


65600 




235600 


C 


104 


168200 


69700 




244200 


B 


44 


123900 


56100 




191100 


M 


46 


165100 


61900 


50 


231200 


H 


42 


22 175700 


60000 




235700 


C 


19 


157600 


64200 


50 


226200 


K 


157 


107000 


40000 




150300 


M 


66 


93900 


60000 




155300 



95 



Owner Name 

BURSEY, DAVID W 

BURSEY, DAVID W 

BURTON REALTY TRUST 

BYAM, DEBORAH L 

BYAM, KATHRYN R 

CADY, MICHAEL W 

CADY, MICHAEL W 

CAIADO SR, MANUEL J 

CAIAZZI, CHRISTOPHER C 

CALDERARA, DAROLD 

CALDERARA, ELIZABETH A 

CALHOUN JR., WILLIAM W 

CAMARA, JOSEPH 

CAMPBELL, CLAUDIUS 

CAMPBELL, MICHAEL S 

CAMPBELL, MICHAEL S 

CAMPBELL, ROBERT J 

CAMPOS, ANTHONY P 

CANNEY, PATRICK E & PAMELA A 

CARE. MICHAEL D 

CARLSMITH, D ANN 

CARLSON REVOCABLE TRUST, EDNA 

CARLSON REVOCABLE TRUST, EDNA 

CARLSON REVOCABLE TRUST, EDNA 

CARLSON, JOHN F 

CARMEN, NATHANIEL W 

CARON, JOHN L 

CARPENTER JR, H WHITNEY 

CARSON SR, ROBERT R 

CARTER, CHRISTOPHER D & TRACI R 

CARTER, THOMAS 

CARWELLOS, GEORGINA 

CASS JR..HARLEYG 

CASSIDY, PAUL B 

CASTRO, ELIZABETH A 

CASWELL, ANN M 

CAVALLERO, JAMES A & EILEEN L 

CENTER, WINSTON L 

CHABOT, PAUL E 

CHALET PEARL INC 

CHALET SUSSE INTERNATIONAL 

CHALET SUSSE INTERNATIONAL 

CHALET SUSSE INTERNATIONAL 

CHAMBERLAIN, CURTIS W 

CHAMBERLIN, SHANNON HARRISON 

CHAMBERS, MARGARET P 

CHAPUT, PETER J 

CHARETTE, CAROLYN R 

CHARETTE, NORMAN 

CHARTER, WILLIAM N 

CHARTER, WILLIAM N 

CHATFELD, JOHN F 

CHAUVIN, WILLIAM P 

CHECANI, CRAIG 

CHENEY, WAYNE C 

CHENEY, WENDY L & JAMES C 

CHOU, WALTER Y 

CHOUINARD, ROBERTA 

CHOW, MICHAEL 

CHOW, MICHAEL 

CHOW, MICHAEL 

CHRISTINO, GLENN T 

CHURCHILL, VIRGINIA 

CIARDELLI, GARY A 

CLAIRE, DENNIS A 

CLAIRE, STEPHEN R 

CLAPP, ROGER D 

CLARK JR, RAYMOND P 

CLARK, STEVEN J 

CLARK, THATCHER H 

CLARKSON, TERRY L 

CLAYTON, ABBE 

CLEAVES TRUST, DOROTHY 



Map 


Lot 


Unit 


Bidg Value 


Land Value Exemptions 


Total Value 


F 


33 




63900 


52600 




120700 


F 


20 







3200 




3200 


C 


1 







213100 




213100 


M 


29 




117000 


61000 




206700 


J 


59 




32200 


54000 




86200 


B 


119 


X 


11600 







11600 


B 


119 




26500 


98400 




133400 


D 


62 




131700 


56500 




192400 


B 


152 




160900 


60200 




221700 


D 


21 







2200 




2200 


J 


2 




62700 


48500 




112200 


D 


95 


25X 


112000 







112000 


M 


69 




105500 


63100 


50 


173100 


D 


95 


21X 


116600 







116600 


B 


41 




168200 


60800 




234900 


B 


40 







53400 




58300 


D 


135 




104900 


66000 




170900 


H 


106 




238100 


64000 




305600 


K 


160 




61700 


28400 




90100 


H 


130 




93600 


58500 




152100 


C 


50 




189900 


56500 




254100 


B 


1 







57900 




57900 


B 


2 




124900 


59800 




206100 


B 


1 


1 





59500 




59500 


H 


71 




125400 


55000 


50 


1 80900 


F 


48 




158900 


65200 




237300 


J 


131 




84000 


50800 




147800 


A 


39 


11X 


104700 







104700 


B 


81 




60600 


44400 




105000 


K 


119 







50000 




50000 


F 


152 




201100 


60379 




265679 


D 


95 


11X 


116200 







116200 


C 


3 




68900 


48300 




117200 


K 


13 




110600 


55000 




168500 


M 


21 




139100 


63000 


.50 


206200 


M 


62 




84800 


61900 




157300 


H 


74 




110800 


82600 




199100 


K 


49 




108300 


45800 


50 


157200 


L 


39 




67400 


40600 




109700 


A 


71 







22425 




22425 


C 


127 







215700 




215700 


C 


127 


1 


875200 


310100 




1233400 


C 


128 


1 





108600 




108600 


E 


29 


FX 


7000 







7300 


H 


42 


4 


146700 


60000 




210300 


H 


42 


2 


139300 


60000 




200300 


D 


82 


1 


139800 


60300 




203700 


M 


35 







64600 




64600 


M 


36 




128100 


63100 


50 


195500 


L 


59 




82000 


48000 




132200 


L 


61 







800 




900 


L 


14 




140000 


50000 




194400 


B 


23 


1 





1300 




1300 


F 


17 




51000 


55400 




106400 


J 


11 




88500 


49200 




138400 


K 


104 




60000 


47700 




110400 


C 


127 


2 


113200 


70400 




226600 


J 


30 




226700 


48300 




284000 


D 


94 







1151 




1151 


L 


64 







103 




103 


L 


65 







34 




34 


D 


66 




138400 


48500 




188500 


B 


27 




66600 


66000 


50 


142400 


B 


38 




215000 


63174 




283774 


D 


69 




124900 


87600 




222700 


M 


68 




89400 


61900 




151800 


C 


101 







1968 




1968 


C 


122 




166300 


53800 




227200 


H 


107 


5 


147700 


66000 




226100 


D 


90 




71300 


51600 


50 


125700 


F 


133 


1 


212100 


88600 




313000 


H 


44 







2400 




2400 


J 


139 
















96 



Owner Name 

CLEAVES TRUST, DOROTHY 
CLEVELAND, BRADLEE W 
COCHRANE, BRENDAS 
COE, MARGOT T 
COFFIN, JAMES P 
COFFIN, JAMES P 
COLLINS, ROBERT L 
COLLINS, ROBERT W 
COLLINS, STEPHEN B 
CONDON, DONALD I 
CONDRA, WILLIAM F 
CONLON, ROBERT P & LINDA N 
CONRAD, THOMAS 
CONRAD, THOMAS 
CONSTANT, JANE M 
COOLEY, MICHAEL J 
COREY, MICHAEL & ELAINE 
CORMIER, MARY H 
COTE, ALMOND J 
COTE, ALMOND J 
COTE, ALMOND J 
COTE, DAVID A 
COTTER JR, JOHN A 
COURT, STEPHEN & PATTI 
COVICI, JOAN & PASCAL 
COX, MICHAEL D 
CRAM, MAUREEN R 
CRAWFORD, CHARLES K 
CRAWFORD, CHARLES K 
CRAWFORD, CHARLES K 
CRAWFORD, CHARLES K 
CRAWFORD, CHARLES K 
CRAWFORD, CHARLES K 
CRAWFORD, CHARLES K 
CRAWFORD, CHARLES K 
CRAWFORD, CHARLES K 
CRAWFORD, CHARLES K 
CRAWFORD, CHARLES K 
CRAWFORD, CHARLES K 
CRAWFORD, CHARLES K 
CRAWFORD, CHARLES K 
CREIGHTON, BRENDA M 
CRESTA REV TRUST, SAM & VIRG. 
CRETSINGER, DAVID W J 
CROOKER, ALAN 
CROOKER, GARY S 
CROWLEY ESTATE, DANIEL 
CROWLEY, JOHN T 
CUDDIHY, JAMES M 
CUDDIHY, KENNETH & VICTORIA L. 
CUDDIHY, MARVIN W 
CUNNINGHAM, LLOYD EDWARD 
CURRAN, DAVID E & KAREN 
CURRIER REVOCABLE TRUST, A 
CUTLER, NANCY M 
CUTTING TOOL TECHNOLOGIES INC 
DABROWSKI, JOSEPH S 
DAILEY, HARRY S 
DALEY, DANIEL J 
DALEY, DANIEL J 
D'AMORE, LOUIS J 
DANIELS, DEBORAH A 
DAVIDSON JR, DONALD C 
DAVIDSON TRUST, MARWOOD 
DAVIDSON TRUST, MARWOOD 
DAVIDSON TRUST, MARWOOD 
DAVIDSON TRUST, MARWOOD 
DAVIDSON TRUST, MARWOOD 
DAVIDSON TRUST, SALLY M 
DAVIDSON TRUST, SALLY M 
DAVIDSON, GUY M 
DAVIDSON, MATTHEW D 
DAVIDSON, MATTHEW D 



Map 


Lot 


Unit Bldg Value 


Land Value 


J 


134 


155200 


52600 


B 


99 


23900 


45600 


F 


92 





2400 


H 


63 


106800 


61600 


J 


125 


197800 


59000 


A 


51 


150900 


62000 


K 


16 


162100 


48500 


M 


42 


104700 


60000 


A 


3 


107800 


61108 


D 


47 


136000 


61600 


L 


1 


129800 


52600 


H 


94 





72000 


B 


121 


73400 


57829 


D 


154 





2400 


M 


82 


123900 


69000 


M 


33 


95300 


61900 


F 


94 


7 140100 


82400 


D 


95 


13X 112400 





C 


56 





57530 


C 


58 


32500 


57990 


C 


134 


01-2 160000 


60000 


F 


94 


5 217000 


61400 


C 


112 


149800 


48500 


C 


15 


2 


66000 


A 


35 


58500 


46516 


D 


26 


94700 


50000 


D 


153 


120800 


59500 


G 


29 


115900 


60000 


E 


35 





637 


E 


36 





2541 


G 


39 





4309 


G 


3 





1756 


G 


22 





233 


G 


23 





1 25400 


G 


24 





243292 


G 


26 


114400 


53800 


G 


28 





15244 


G 


37 


147200 


68514 


G 


36 


56700 


70000 


G 


27 


56700 


56500 


G 


30 


97900 


61200 


H 


110 


1 73600 


69600 


D 


158 


1 135300 


59100 


H 


57 


8 266100 


90800 


K 


150 


50300 


34100 


L 


11 


86700 


48500 


J 


98 


419200 


38400 


D 


27 


85000 


49200 


A 


56 


89500 


74300 


J 


129 


124100 


50800 


A 


55 


69600 


70000 


K 


102 


73000 


38400 


H 


42 


21 217100 


60349 


B 


51 





63200 


J 


6 


89000 


48700 


B 


98 


141700 


73800 


H 


37 


2 141800 


57400 


H 


111 


1 122400 


60000 


B 


148 


97100 


64400 


B 


149 





63200 


D 


85 


225900 


59500 


E 


29 


CX 20500 





M 


87 


'140900 


66000 


E 


30 


24200 


43792 


E 


31 





1147 


E 


25 





825 


E 


29 





267143 


E 


32 





2559 


E 


21 


94100 


174318 


E 


22 





567 


E 


29 


BX 13700 





L 


25 


101500 


46000 


E 


29 


DX 11700 






Exemptions Total Value 



50 

50 



50 



50 



50 
50 



30000 



210800 

78600 

2400 

169700 

260800 

219500 

230500 

166800 

180108 

200800 

193200 

72000 

145329 

2400 

197300 

160200 

224500 

112400 

57530 

90490 

221000 

283400 

198800 

66000 

105016 

144700 

183800 

181100 

637 

2541 

4309 

1756 

233 

125400 

243292 

183100 

15244 

250514 

126700 

113200 

161800 

161200 

196900 

361300 

84400 

136900 

462800 

135000 

165200 

184900 

139700 

114400 

302249 

63200 

144400 

217000 

200200 

186300 

169700 

63200 

288000 

20500 

212000 

67992 

1147 

825 

267143 

2559 

334918 

567 

14200 

159000 

11700 



97 



Owner Name 

DAVIDSON, MICHAEL D 

DAVIDSON. MICHAEL D 

DAVIDSON, MICHAEL D 

DAVIS, KENNETH P 

DAVIS. KIMBALL D 

DAY, PRESTON E 

DAY-LEWIS. WESLEY 

DEFELICE, THOMAS 

DEGAN, P MICHAEL 

DEGEN, KIP E 

DEIDRE H CLARK REVOC TRUST OF 1998 

DELAGE, MARK S. & HOLLY B. 

DELL'ORTO. MICHAEL G 

DEMANCHE. ROGER P 

DEMERS, KAREN E 

DERY REVOC TRUST AGRE, KAROLA 

DERY, KEVIN M 

DESCHAMPS, ALICE J 

DESCHENES SR, DAVID J 

DESCHENES SR, DAVID J 

DESCHENES. A LIONEL 

DESLAURIERS. JR, DONALD 

DESPRES, SHANE A 

D'ESTREE, CLAUDE 

DEVINE, DENNIS 

DEVINE, LINDA 

DEVINE, SAMUEL 

DEVINE. SAMUEL 

DEYSHER. DAVID A 

DICK. RAYMOND A 

DICKSTEIN, STEVEN 

DIFFLEY, DEBORAA 

DIOCESE OF MANCHESTER. SACRED 

DIOCESE OF MANCHESTER, SACRED 

DION DONALD & TERESA 

DOLD, TERRIANNE 

DONAHUE, JAMES J 

DONNA HOOVER REVOC TRUST 

DONNA HOOVER REVOC TRUST 

DONNA M. HOOVER TRUST 4/28/88 

DONNA S JOAS, TRUSTEE 

DONOVAN III, DANIEL E 

DORAN DEANNA 

DORAN. DARYL P 

DORAN. DAVID F 

DORR, ROBERT W 

DRAKE TRUST, ROBIN R 

DRANE, SANDRA 

DRANE, SANDRA 

DRAPER ENERGY CO. INC. 

DRAPER ENERGY COMPANY INC 

DRAPER ENERGY COMPANY INC 

DRAPER ENERGY COMPANY INC 

DRAPER ENERGY COMPANY INC 

DRAPER ENERGY COMPANY INC 

DRAPER ENERGY COMPANY INC 

DRAPER REV TRUST, STUART 

DRAPER REV TRUST, STUART 

DRAPER REVOCABLE TRUST, ROSE M 

DRAPER TRUST. ROBERT 

DRAPER, STUART 

DRAPER, STUART 

DRAPER, WILLIAM A 

DRAPER, WILLIAM A 

DROHAN, KERRY L 

DROLET, ELIZABETH H 

DROLET, ELIZABETH H 

DROLET, ELIZABETH H 

DRUMMOND, LOIS G 

DRY, RANDY L 

DUBE, AMANDA 

DUBOIS, ANDRE V 

DUBOIS, DAVID A 



Map 


Lot 


Unit Bldg Value 


Land Value Exemptions 


Total Value 


E 


24 


15900 


37600 


53500 


E 


26 





42500 


4250( 


G 


4 





23000 


2300( 


H 


58 


2 91800 


61400 


153200 


M 


53 


120900 


61900 


192400 


M 


65 


87200 


61000 


14990C 


H 


85 





60400 


6040C 


J 


24 


149300 


56500 


20780C 


K 


93 


133100 


48400 50 


184700 


H 


88 


1 143000 


72000 


21840( 


A 


12 


221500 


92600 


32650C 


H 


40 


68000 


57500 


127000 


C 


63 


191700 


69000 


285400 


M 


26 


93700 


61900 


15680C 


C 


85 


186600 


98000 


291 50C 


H 


79 


195600 


98600 


299600 


H 


79 


1 191200 


72400 


26840C 


K 


80 


28600 


41900 


731 00 


K 


158 





600 


60( 


K 


159 


52200 


28400 


8610C 


D 


37 


101700 


50800 


15470C 


C 


103 


62600 


40600 


103200 


M 


39 


67300 


61000 


12950C 


C 


38 





4675 


467f 


K 


88 


126200 


48300 


17860C 


F 


161 


10000 


58200 


7540( 


J 


109 


128600 


38400 


16980C 


M 


45 


1 


59100 


591 0C 


A 


47 


1 312900 


66657 


428257 


M 


12 


4 105600 


58700 


16430C 


D 


95 


35X 116600 





11660C 


F 


165 


156000 


40000 


20220C 


K 


72 


451400 


54500 


50960C 


L 


51 





30000 


3000C 


A 


36 


128800 


70874 


200770 


B 


129 


73200 


58500 


14040C 


B 


126 


142200 


74500 50 


221 70C 


D 


18 


129500 


67826 15000 


23792C 


D 


1 





2077 


2077 


C 


42 





870 


87C 


C 


76 


510500 


77300 


60850C 


C 


18 


320000 


72200 


42050C 


H 


108 


1 136400 


63200 


20100C 


C 


100 


153100 


87400 


24630C 


C 


24 


1 168100 


70800 


24000C 


L 


67 


101900 


36600 


13900C 


D 


12 


137800 


50800 


19520C 


C 


61 


191600 


93400 


28800C 


C 


61 


1 


75600 


7560C 


K 


170 


48700 


64000 


11270C 


B 


68 


X 





120C 


F 


171 


125100 


42100 


17010C 


F 


171A 


281000 





33080C 


K 


66 


528100 


69900 


70260C 


K 


67 


118800 


48000 


18040C 


K 


76 


101200 


38600 


13980C 


J 


126 





50100 


5170C 


J 


127 


248100 


52600 


30600C 


D 


67 


114900 


68000 50 


18670C 


J 


76 


79800 


43000 


14050C 


J 


43 


257400 


61400 


32530C 


K 


173 





62100 


6620C 


C 


22 


2 231400 


58800 


292 10C 


C 


22 


4 


55200 


5520C 


B 


53 


173200 


65100 


241800 


B 


32 


215900 


71772 


298572 


B 


33 





10 


10 


B 


69 





1054 


1054 


D 


95 


16X 115700 


50 


115700 


B 


31 


8 215300 


85500 


302600 


C 


134 


1-4A 91300 


58600 


150400 


C 


33 





3227 


3227 


K 


73 


189600 


50000 


263200 



98 



Owner Name 


Map 


Lot 


Unit 


Bldg Value 


Land Value 


Exemptions 


Total Value 


DUCHARME, FRANK 


B 


4 


X 


16400 







17500 


DUCHARME, GERTRUDE A 


C 


11 




67900 


67600 




151200 


DUCHARME, GERTRUDE A 


C 


13 




7500 


84500 




92000 


DUCHARME, GERTRUDE A 


C 


11 


X 


10100 







10100 


DUCHARME, MARK A 


F 


37 




147800 


55500 




219600 


DUCHESNE, DENNIS F 


H 


107 


3 


283200 


63100 


700 


350500 


DUFF, JAMES B 


H 


42 


23 


157900 


60000 




221500 


DUFOUR JOANNE 


H 


46 




64000 


58800 


50 


128900 


DUMAIS, DAVID & DONNA J 


A 


19 




84400 


62000 


50 


151700 


DUNN, ELIZABETH MYER 


D 


84 


3 





1640 




1640 


DUNN, GRETCHEN C 


D 


84 


2 


416900 


56820 




519820 


DUNN, RANDOLPH A 


J 


19 




142200 


56000 




198700 


DUPLEASE AUBREY M 


F 


94 


3 


135500 


62600 




198100 


DUPLEASE, RICHARD E 


H 


87 




113500 


71700 




217500 


DUPONT, PHILIP F 


D 


130 




166700 


64744 




272444 


DUQUETTE, ROBERT R 


A 


58 


3 


121200 


67159 




210959 


DUQUETTE, ROBERT R 


A 


58 


4 





581 




581 


DUQUETTE, ROBERT R 


A 


58 


2 





470 




470 


DURAND, PAULA 


H 


76 




86900 


61403 




158203 


DURFEE JOINT REV TRUST AGREEMT 


B 


29 




172800 


63200 




258800 


DURKEE, ROBERT 


B 


140 


8 


158900 


64300 




227800 


DUSSAULT, KRISTIE J & DAVID R. 


M 


58 




130000 


55500 




188000 


DUVAL, LEE A 


K 


125 




114700 


50000 




166700 


DWYER, JEFFREY P 


J 


5 




95700 


50000 




155100 


E & T'S UNITED VENTURE INC 


L 


27 




69200 


66100 




141500 


EARTHERN VESSEL TRUST 


H 


88 




242000 


88800 




334400 


EASTVIEW CONDOMINIUM ASSOC 


D 


96 


1 





1170 




1170 


EBNER, DONALD E. 


C 


97 




112500 


62800 




178900 


ECKSTROM, ROBERT R 


J 


88 




87600 


50000 


50 


139900 


ECKSTROM, ROBERT R 


D 


159 







25400 




31400 


EDMUNDS, DANIELS 


D 


144 




291400 


70300 




380400 


EDMUNDS, KAREN L 


F 


42 


3 


168900 


57600 




229300 


EDMUNDS, RALPH L 


B 


132 




98400 


55000 


50 


165200 


EDMUNDS, SARAH J 


B 


114 




106200 


45600 




153800 


EDWARDS, JERALD P 


K 


51 




76700 


47700 




124400 


EDWARDS, MARK 


F 


91 







18 




18 


EGAN, CHRISTOPHER T 


F 


159 




89600 


58800 


50 


160400 


ELCOCK, NANCY P 


H 


60 




50400 


59500 




114500 


ELIZABETH F BACKEBERG TRUST DTD 01/13/03 


A 


53 







25800 




34800 


ELIZABETH F. BACKEBERG TRUST DTD 1/13/03 


A 


54 




238100 


59500 




300200 


ELLIOT JR, RICHARD J & NORMA C 


F 


62 




112600 


48500 




161100 


ELLISON, MARK 


D 


95 


10X 


117100 







117100 


EMILY J HALL REVOCABLE TRUST 


B 


48 


2 


153500 


70900 




226800 


ESHBACK, KEITH J 


J 


4 




86200 


50800 




146000 


FAIMAN JR, ROBERT NEIL 


D 


17 




113200 


62000 




188200 


FAIRBANK, ANDREW T 


D 


80 




93700 


52600 




150500 


FAIRFIELD LIVING TRUST 


B 


140 


5 


103000 


86600 


50 


205400 


FALK, STEPHEN C 


C 


51 




375400 


73838 




468738 


FARIOLE, ELEANOR T 


D 


95 


02X 


115700 





50 


115700 


FARRELL, FRANCIS J 


F 


35 


1 


106100 


49700 




179200 


FARRELL, TIMOTHY J 


F 


96 




65800 


47500 




113900 


FARRINGTON, RICHARD P 


D 


19 


2 


163000 


69600 




247600 


FASULO, JUDITH A 


K 


36 




92300 


49700 




152100 


FERGUSON, DOUGLAS S 


D 


146 




173800 


69000 




245600 


FIELD, STEVEN P 


L 


42 




118300 


38800 




158100 


FIMBLE DOOR COMPANY INC 


E 


28 







1492 




1492 


FINLAYSON, WILLIAM 


G 


1 


1 


482200 


65076 




574076 


FIRMIN, BRIAN H 


F 


67 




121100 


50000 




172000 


FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH 


C 


75 




218900 


72500 




303100 


FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH 


C 


81 




287500 


63100 




352100 


FISCHER, JAMES ANDREW 


H 


37 


1 


142500 


60100 




207000 


FISCHER, ROBERTA 


B 


63 


02-01 


277300 


102500 




390400 


FISHER, JOHN R 


J 


77 




131100 


42100 




182500 


FISHER, WAYNE 


K 


91 




96000 


45800 




145700 


FISK, DARRELLA 


D 


82 




90000 


65200 




170900 


FISK, WILLIAM A 


D 


81 




108800 


67200 




204000 


FITZGERALD, JAMES 


H 


80 




259300 


61036 




375436 


FLANAGAN, JOSEPH E 


H 


134 


4 


208700 


64000 




273200 


FLAT IRON REALTY TRUST 


C 


90 







58600 




58600 


FLEURANT, DONALD M 


H 


128 




126100 


62400 




192000 


FLY WAY FARM, LLC 


A 


78 







1551 




1551 


FLY WAY FARM, LLC 


A 


77 







400 




400 


FLY WAY FARM, LLC 


A 


79 







1624 




1624 



99 



Owner Name 


Map 


Lot 


Unit 


Bldg Value 


Land Value 


FLYNN, DENNIS L 


K 


124 




70400 


49200 


FONG, MICHAEL 


K 


128 




85800 


48000 


FOOTE REVOCABLE TRUST, SHERYL 


F 


94 


2 





3962 


FORBES, THEODORE 1 


M 


16 




65500 


63100 


FORBES, TYRONE 1 


K 


94 




88200 


48000 


FOREST STREET REALTY TRUST 


J 


72 




130800 


36400 


FORTIER, MARIE T 


C 


117 




87400 


49200 


FORTIER, MICHAEL W. 


M 


17 




97500 


66000 


FOUR WINDS COUMMUNITY 


C 


128 


4 


139100 


83300 


FOURNIER, RONALD P 


K 


82 




124200 


38200 


FOX, DAVID T 


H 


96 




126800 


70000 


FOX. GEORGE E 


L 


28 




111500 


44000 


FREDERICK, ANDREW J 


D 


145 




174900 


72900 


FREITAS, LOUIS F 


H 


111 


12 


129000 


50200 


FRISELLA, MICHAEL J 


H 


57 


3 





60900 


FRITSCH, PETER-ERIC 


D 


95 


04X 


112000 





FROLKEY, KEITH A 


J 


85 




42900 


50000 


FRONGILLO, ALEXANDER 


A 


48 


2 


222800 


61100 


FROST, CHRISTOPHER B 


C 


148 




131600 


61600 


FRYE & SON, E B 


A 


23 




140100 


131900 


FRYE & SON, E B 


A 


25 







2600 


FRYE & SON, E B 


A 


28 




59600 


69600 


FRYE & SON. E B 


A 


63 







1200 


FRYE & SON, E B 


A 


24 







2600 


FRYE FAMILY COMPOUND TRUST 


E 


33 







22696 


FRYE REVOCABLE TRUST, GARY W 


H 


29 


7 





3162 


FRYE TRUST, WALTER S 




139 







64417 


FRYE TRUST. WALTER S 




137 


2 


119600 


60469 


FRYE TRUST, WALTER S. FAMILY T 




135 







5332 


FRYE TRUST, WALTER S, FAMILY T 




127 







7208 


FRYE TRUST, WALTER S, FAMILY T 




137 


3 


243600 


62390 


FRYE, GAIL H 




137 


.1 





30513 


FRYE, GARY W 




137 


X 


12400 





FULLER, SHARON 


B 


42 


2 


148700 


55000 


G & P CONSTRUCTION 


J 


89 




146000 


64000 


GABEL, MARK A 


K 


177 




68700 


48000 


GABOR. WILLIAM T 


D 


122 




124400 


55000 


GAGE, DAVID A 


H 


29 


6 


189500 


56300 


GAGE, DAVID A 


H 


21 


1 





1619 


GAGE, DAVID A 


H 


28 




101600 


57500 


GAGNON, ANTHONY P 


K 


18 




109200 


48000 


GAGNON, ANTHONY R 


D 


95 


12X 


113700 





GAGNON. DAVID P 


F 


94 


4 


132400 


65400 


GAIDMORE. CHRISTOPHER C 


K 


99 




72900 


43300 


GALLAGHER, THOMAS M. 


C 


118 




84700 


52600 


GALLETTA, JOSEPH J 


M 


9 




133700 


61000 


GALLEY. KENNETH C 


H 


121 


2 





63100 


GALLI, ROGER C J 


H 


89 


2 


256100 


69600 


GARABRANT, JOHN KENNETH 


F 


31 


1 


102300 


52700 


GARDENT. ANDREW B 


J 


81 




61000 


48000 


GARDNER, STACY A 


L 


43 




60100 


40000 


GARNER, MICHAEL J 


D 


95 


19X 


113000 





GARNHAM, DANIEL A 


K 


161 




32900 


28400 


GATES, JOANNE L 


C 


110 




153900 


50800 


GAUDETTE, JOHN H 


F 


83 


2 


198200 


60000 


GEBHARDT. DANIEL B 


J 


32 




116500 


49200 


GEMMITI, GREGG 


H 


58 


3 


190900 


60100 


GENDRON, MICHAEL P 


H 


89 


8 


165600 


66800 


GENTES, ADRIAN C 


K 


28 




104600 


48300 


GERSKY JR., ALLEN J 


D 


157 




135100 


60600 


GIBBONS REV TRUST, MARCIA J 


B 


57 




121300 


65200 


GIBBONS SR, PAUL J 


J 


23 




180500 


48500 


GIBBONS, HENRY H 


H 


69 







42 


GIBBONS, LISA 


J 


117 




62400 


38600 


GIBBONS, MARK J 


B 


57 


1 


149400 


60000 


GIFFORD. DOUGLAS J 


H 


29 


5 


101700 


60000 


GILBERT JR, DENNIS G & STEPHANIE L 


H 


9 




108400 


62800 


GILBERT, LISA M 


D 


95 


43X 


115700 





GILMAN, WILLIAM R 


C 


6 




103400 


63600 


GILMORE, BARBARA A 


F 


126 




63400 


97800 


GIRL SCOUTS/SWIFT WATER COUNCI 


F 


2 




65900 


229600 


GISO JR, JOHN J 


J 


69 




190800 


39400 


GLENECK, PAUL A 


B 


128 




189100 


64800 



Exemptions Total Value 

120300 
136600 

3962 
130200 
141700 
169800 
141600 
164200 
260200 
50 179100 
201400 
157900 
251600 
182300 
60900 
112000 
95000 
308700 
195700 
284200 

2600 
134300 

1200 

2600 
24696 

3162 

68117 

266269 

5332 

7208 
309790 
30513 
12700 
204400 
210000 
117200 
183100 
262400 

1619 

159100 

170300 

113700 

197800 

117200 

139300 

198600 

63100 

50 346900 

169900 

118500 

103600 

113000 

61300 

209100 

261800 

169900 

253100 

238100 

50 156500 

196700 

198100 

230000 

42 

50 101300 

211300 

161700 

174100 

115700 

50 174400 

162400 

319800 

239700 

253900 



100 



Owner Name 

GLINES, DAVID W 

GLINES, DAVID W 

GLINES, DAVID W 

GLINES, DAVID W 

GLINES, DAVID W 

GODBOIS, JEFFREY 

GODDARD, CLAIRE E 

GODDARD, DAVID E 

GODDARD, DAVID E 

GODDARD, DAVID E 

GODDARD, ELAINE C 

GODDARD, MARGARET 

GOINSALVOS, MARK E 

GOOD NEWS BIBLE CHURCH WILTON 

GOODNOE, WINIFRED L 

GOODWIN JR, VIRGIL W 

GOODWIN, ALICE M 

GOODWIN, PETER J 

GOOHS, KEVIN J 

GORDON, JAMES R & JANICE S 

GORGOGLIONE, TERRI L 

GOTT, DAVID J 

GOTTSTEIN, JOSEPH J 

GOULD-LEETCH TRUST 

GOULETTE, WILLIAM J 

GOVONI, PETER J 

GRACE, CONAN TERRY 

GRACE, JUDY A 

GRAHAM, ANTHONY M 

GRAHAM, ANTHONY M 

GRAHAM, ANTHONY M 

GRAHAM, DAVID W 

GRANITE STATE CONCRETE 

GRANITE STATE CONCRETE INC 

GRANITE STATE CONCRETE INC 

GRANTZ, DAVID L. & SHIRLEY L 

GRAVES, PETER J 

GRAVES, PETER J 

GRAY, CHRISTOPHER J 

GRAY, JUNE F 

GRAZIANO, BRIAN E 

GRAZIANO, JANET L 

GREELEY REV TRUST, RICHARD D 

GREELEY REV TRUST, RICHARD D 

GREELEY REV TRUST, RICHARD D 

GREELEY REV TRUST, RICHARD D 

GREELEY REV TRUST, RICHARD D 

GREELEY REV TRUST, RICHARD D 

GREELEY REV TRUST, RICHARD D 

GREELEY REV TRUST, RICHARD D 

GREELEY, DENISE D 

GREELEY, MARLON RANDY 

GREENE, JERRY W 

GREENE, JERRY W 

GREENE, JERRY W 

GREENE, MARTHA J 

GREENHALGH, BARRY 

GREENMAN REV TRUST, JANET 

GRIFFIN, RICHARD A 

GRIFFITH, JOHN R 

GRIFFITH, JOHN R 

GRIFFITHS CARL & DEBRA 

GRIGORE, GHEORGHE C 

GROH, TRAUGER M 

GROVES, BONITA E 

GUAY SR, MAURICE G 

GUAY, BRUCE E 

GUAY, MARTIN L 

GUAY, MARTIN L 

GUILBEAULT, PETER J & NANCY J 

GUILD, MARY E 

GUYMONT, RALPH H 

HAAS, RONALD A 



Map 


Lot 


Unit 


Bldg Value 


Land Value Exemptions 


Total Value 


F 


144 







400 




400 


F 


145 




203300 


108300 




321900 


F 


146 







8200 




8200 


F 


163 




14100 


64500 




78600 


H 


3 




108000 


86500 




210800 


J 


15 




98000 


48000 




148400 


F 


138 




121100 


85100 




206700 


F 


27 




140000 


76100 




226700 


F 


28 




111100 


155700 




310900 


E 


27 


1 





64724 




64724 


F 


166 


1 





68800 




68800 


J 


115 




80700 


38400 




119100 


D 


82 


2 


81000 


60500 




149300 


F 


12 


1 


479700 


96400 




589100 


D 


95 


28X 


113700 







113700 


M 


76 




150400 


66600 




217700 


D 


75 




98100 


57500 




169500 


C 


2 




148600 


67100 




221200 


F 


123 


2 


155100 


56206 




211306 


H 


134 


3 


217100 


60900 


50 


279600 


H 


66 




97600 


73600 




186600 


H 


4 




160900 


52600 




215100 


H 


29 


01-1 


107300 


85900 




193200 


K 


168 




1529100 


209900 




1915900 


K 


59 




105300 


47400 


50 


159200 


A 


39 


12X 


115400 







115400 


B 


49 




325500 


77000 




409600 


C 


141 




144000 


63200 




214700 


H 


15 







1543 




1543 


H 


38 







604 




604 


H 


13 




86100 


49200 




137700 


C 


23 


1 


182200 


75200 




278000 


B 


11 







458200 




459700 


B 


12 




16500 


148600 




166500 


B 


13 







100 




100 


M 


20 




189000 


42400 




256600 


D 


59 







69200 




69200 


D 


60 




263100 


64800 




334100 


H 


70 




108500 


77200 




186100 


K 


56 




78400 


48200 




137400 


D 


120 




179800 


55000 




239200 


D 


95 


30X 


112400 







112400 


E 


2 


1 





64563 




64563 


E 


2 


01AX 


9000 







9000 


E 


2 


2 


18000 


66598 




234898 


E 


3 







103 




6203 


E 


6 







445 




445 


E 


2 


01BX 


12700 







12700 


E 


2 


01 CX 


55900 







57900 


C 


25 


1 


134200 


74200 




215700 


C 


142 




91600 


55600 




148300 


c 


143 




214800 


59600 


50 


291700 


B 


102 




486600 


60600 




579200 


B 


52 




265000 


62100 




351400 


B 


102A 




52500 







53400 


B 


56 




306200 


125000 




460900 


C 


130 




66000 


72000 


700 


138000 


A 


52 







61600 


50 


61600 


J 


33 




241900 


53800 




299000 


F 


124 


1 


95300 


53476 




149176 


F 


124 




229900 


54142 




288742 


H 


1 


3 


180700 


124300 


50 


327800 


M 


89 




111700 


60000 




173400 


C 


133 




7000 


57480 




71280 


D 


95 


07X 


112000 







112000 


B 


95 


X 


19100 







20200 


C 


134 


01-7 


44100 


57000 




103900 


L 


9 




10100 


47400 




58000 


L 


10 







11800 




21900 


C 


109 




84600 


49200 




136100 


H 


32 


2 


197400 


60600 




291700 


C 


72 




169500 


66000 




241100 


M 


19 




107500 


64600 




176000 



101 



Owner Name 

HAAS, SHIRLEY 

HACKBART, JOEL B 

HADLEY, PAMELA J 

HAGAR, STACIE J 

HAJJAR, DAVID 

HALL, C JEANE 

HALL, CHARLES A 

HALL, WILLARD L 

HALLETT, ELEANOR L 

HALPERN, PABLO C 

HAMBRICK, LEE F 

HAMLIN, CHARLES H 

HAMMOND, NORRIS 

HANDY, CAROL A 

HANEY, DAVID M 

HANISCH, JEANNETTE 

HANISCH, RONALD A 

HANISCH, RONALD A 

HANNIGAN III, MICHAEL J 

HANNIGAN JR., MICHAEL J 

HANSEN, OTTO E 

HANSEN, OTTO E 

HARDY, MARGARETTE P 

HARDY, MARGARETTE P 

HARGROVE, GILBERT P 

HARPER, TAMARA L 

HART, JANET J 

HART, LYNN A 

HARTLEY, CHRISTINE M 

HARWOOD, CHESTER E & EVELYN H 

HASTINGS, DANIEL I 

HASTINGS, JUNE LT 

HASTINGS, MARK A 

HATT, SAMUEL L 

HEALD REVOCABLE TRUST, PHILIP 

HEALD REVOCABLE TRUST, PHILIP 

HEALD REVOCABLE TRUST, PHILIP 

HEALD REVOCABLE TRUST, PHILIP 

HEALD REVOCABLE TRUST, PHILIP 

HEALD REVOCABLE TRUST, PHILIP 

HEALY, PHILIP B 

HEIDI HELLER-BLACKMER REV TRUST 

HEIDI HELLER-BLACKMER REVOC TRUST 

HEIDI HELLER-BLACKMER REVOC TRUST 

HEINONEN, AMY G 

HEINONEN, KARL L 

HELENE ROBBINS ORSI REV. TRUST 

HELLYN S EGAN REV TRUST DTD 7/15/03 

HELLYN S EGAN REV TRUST DTD 7/15/03 

HENDERSON, ANDREW J 

HENNESSEY, GEORGE 

HENRY, BRUCE B & LORETTA P. 

HERLIHY, THOMAS P 

HICKERSON JR, WILLIAM H 

HIGGINS PREVEL SIMPSON PALMER 

HIGH MOWING SCHOOL 

HIGH MOWING SCHOOL 

HIGH MOWING SCHOOL 

HIGH MOWING SCHOOL 

HIGHFIELDS REVOCABLE TRUST 

HIGHLAND HORSESHOE REALTYTRUST 

HILL, EMELIENNE GIBBONS 

HILL, ROBERT A 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CEMETERY 

HILTON, PHILIP J 

HOAGLAND SR, DAVID A 

HOAGLAND SR, DAVID A 

HOAR, ANDREW V 

HODGE REVOCABLE TRUST.HERBERT 

HODGE, KAREN E 

HODGEN NATALIE 

HODGEN, ARTHUR J 

HODGEN, ARTHUR J 



Map 


Lot 


Unit Bldg Value 


Land Value 


A 


75 


237000 


66100 


D 


95 


03X 115700 





J 


96 


71000 


28700 


J 


65 


123100 


48000 


H 


77 


210900 


67300 


C 


23 


3 193600 


61000 


H 


45 


149100 


72000 


B 


61 


136900 


70200 


C 


49 


74500 


85300 


F 


94 


6 244200 


82800 


D 


158 


9 104400 


51000 


H 


114 


160700 


105900 


H 


89 


1 222200 


72300 


B 


146 


102600 


62000 


C 


115 


2 90900 


63800 


C 


98 


129400 


77200 


H 


10 


1 


64000 


H 


11 


155000 


75200 


K 


122 


90200 


48200 


L 


54 


60600 


67200 


L 


12 


103800 


48200 


L 


34 





3000 


C 


138 


100400 


50000 


c 


140 





700 


L 


29 


106800 


54800 


K 


19 


80200 


48000 


B 


26 


217300 


64248 


F 


72 


99300 


70600 


M 


71 


87500 


66000 


J 


58 


85600 


61100 


D 


65 


83900 


53800 


G 


31 


1 85700 


69400 


H 


29 


01-3 204100 


85900 


K 


134 


59800 


48000 


E 


44 





1271 


E 


45 


109600 


78340 


E 


45 


A 





G 


25 





3885 


E 


47 





925 


G 


42 


3100 


41660 


F 


35 


210900 


74300 


C 


7 


2 504600 


175600 


A 


72 





377800 


C 


7 


1 152200 


105000 


C 


135 


2 150200 


68000 


B 


122 


46200 


64200 


C 


74 


518800 


114300 


M 


97 





400 


M 


98 


101200 


54900 


B 


93 


25100 


48300 


M 


28 


92400 


63100 


A 


42 


365000 


68275 


D 


32 


158900 


55864 


B 


46 


119600 


65700 


H 


118 


1 126100 


64400 


F 


116 





98100 


F 


131 


102100 


25200 


F 


130 


55700 


11600 


F 


128 


530600 


77500 


B 


144 


333600 


140500 


L 


19 





2900 


F 


93 


2 119000 


72300 


B 


87 


171500 


81100 


A 


7 





100 


A 


58 


1 


69000 


D 


124 





5456 


M 


95 


33300 


38800 


C 


84 


156400 


76800 


K 


10 


65000 


36000 


J 


27 


88100 


42700 


J 


84 


70900 


48500 


L 


22 


111800 


51600 


L 


30 





1300 



Exemptions Total Value 



50 



50 



50 



50 



50 
50 

50 



50 



50 



102 



Owner Name 


Map 


Lot 


Unit Bldg Value 


Land Value 


HOFF, WILLIAM A 


H 


93 


114500 


70000 


HOLCOMBE, H JUDSON 


K 


47 





2200 


HOLDER REV TRUST, L DAVID 


H 


57 


6 316500 


73328 


HOLKA, CHRISTOPHER T 


B 


153 


147800 


60200 


HOLLAND JR PAUL C 


B 


151 


103100 


108000 


HOLLAND, PAUL 


K 


33 


120500 


52300 


HOLLAND. PAUL 


K 


38 





2400 


HOLLAND, PAUL 


K 


34 





4700 


HOLLIDAY, DAVID P 


H 


57 


9 325700 


93300 


HOLMES, FREDERICK M 


F 


37 


1 132100 


55000 


HOLMES, MICHAEL B 


C 


39 


175600 


59660 


HOLMES, RAYMOND A 


J 


91 


75100 


28400 


HOLMES, RICHARD F 


D 


30 


127900 


49200 


HOLMES, THOMAS G 


F 


37 


2 


52000 


HOLT, BENJAMIN 


B 


20 





2430 


HOLT, BENJAMIN 


B 


31 


2 


71180 


HOLT, BENJAMIN 


B 


70 


135100 


75587 


HOLT, BENJAMIN 


B 


70 


1 


53 


HOLT, MARK C 


B 


19 


103500 


56800 


HOLT, VIRGINIA DAVID & MARK 


B 


17 





2632 


HOME FARM REALTY TRUST 


B 


74 





72342 


HOME FARM REALTY TRUST 


B 


75 


199700 


73681 


HOME FARM REALTY TRUST 


B 


75 


1 


3240 


HOPE FOR HOMES 


K 


58 


107300 


48000 


HORSLEY, SYLVIA W 


J 


13 


70500 


47900 


HOUSEHOLD OF FAITH 


J 


38 


379500 


55000 


HOWARD, COURTNEY E 


D 


55 


126700 


80800 


HOWARD, GREGORY M 


D 


54 


111200 


56500 


HOWARD, JOSEPH T 


D 


112 


134400 


50000 


HOWARD, ROBERT L 


F 


132 


79600 


61165 


HOWLEY, THOMAS 


D 


95 


23X 116600 





HUBBARD, DAVID W 


H 


29 


2 138100 


59400 


HUBBARD, REED P 


J 


112 


179300 


38600 


HUBBARD, REED P 


J 


112 


1 


19300 


HUBERT, NANCY M 


J 


22 


79100 


47500 


HUCKINS, ROBERT C 


D 


95 


45X 112000 





HUMMER, DONALD 


F 


160 


172500 


69800 


HUMMER, DONALD 


F 


148 





2400 


HUNT, NANCY MILLER 


M 


47 


122900 


61900 


HUNTER, D RACHEL 


C 


40 


67600 


77300 


HURLEY TRUST, ELIZABETH 


K 


145 


93000 


48000 


HURLEY, JOHN W 


B 


138 


79600 


48500 


HUSSEY, FORREST A 


J 


29 


222400 


47500 


HUSSEY, JOHN G 


H 


134 


5 231900 


69700 


HUTCHINSON JR, ERNEST R 


F 


104 


156300 


69200 


HUTCHINSON REVOCABLE TRUST, ER 


L 


31 


69300 


67500 


HUTCHINSON, CINDI L 


J 


92 


63400 


19400 


HUTCHINSON, GREG 


B 


142 


124900 


69200 


HUTCHINSON, JOHN H 


K 


155 


120200 


50000 


HUTCHINSON, KIM 


J 


35 


75400 


45000 


HUTCHINSON, LEAH C 


B 


4 





42100 


HUTCHINSON, SHEILA M 


K 


41 





2800 


HUTCINSON, SUZETTE A 


K 


86 


108200 


48300 


HYSETTE, JAMES 


A 


33 





400 


IANNACCI, ARTHUR 


F 


79 


145500 


59500 


IKERD, GREG E 


A 


13 


160600 


81100 


ILLIES, CHRISTIAN 


H 


41 





3420 


ILLIES, CHRISTIAN 


F 


133 


184300 


68400 


INGRAHAM, ROBERT D 


B 


127 


137700 


70400 


INGRESS, JEANNE L 


B 


136 


108600 


83200 


IRELAND, DANNY L 


B 


39 


1 176900 


74300 


ISAAK, ELAINE C. 


J 


138 


142100 


70400 


IVES LORI A & GREGORY T 


M 


50 


85100 


61000 


JACKSON, BARRY 


H 


47 


87400 


69600 


JACOB, CHRISTOPHER C 


K 


118 


79800 


47400 


JACOBSON, ANDREW 


K 


151 


34300 


34100 


JACQUELINE BRADY KLOSE REVOC TRT 4/21/95 


A 


47 


2 305400 


56018 


JACQUES, MICHAEL S 


E 


11 


2 261000 


58708 


JACQUES, STEVEN B. 


E 


11 


1 


68100 


JALBERT, BENJAMIN F 


M 


32 


115000 


63100 


JAMES, SUSAN 


H 


22 


66400 


53800 


JANICE P. NOFTLE REVOCABLE TRUST 


B 


63 


1 


61000 


JAREST TRUST, ARTHUR 


K 


140 


71300 


48000 



Exemptions Total Value 

201300 

2200 

395228 

209400 

213800 

174200 

2400 

4700 

420300 

50 187600 

269160 

50 104500 

177800 

59300 

2430 

83780 

253987 

53 

177500 

2632 

109742 

277481 

3240 

168400 

118400 

462100 

215200 

167900 

184400 

152965 

116600 

199700 

50 220300 

19300 

128400 

112000 

247100 

2400 

189200 

144900 

50 143600 

128100 

278000 

303200 

240600 

30000 144900 

83300 

205200 

174200 

120900 

42100 

2800 

157400 

400 

50 212100 

241700 

3420 

257800 

211100 

193800 

50 254800 

215100 

147100 

181400 

129800 

68500 

50 363818 

324508 

107700 

182000 

123100 

61000 

119800 






103 



Owner Name 

JAREST. BRENDA R 
JAREST, ELEANOR L 
JARVIS, JILL 
JASPER. JAMES A 
JASPER. JOHN L & CINDY L 
JEAN, KEVIN M 
JEFFERS, JANICE G 
JENKS, SEAN P 
JENNINGS, DAVID L 
JENNINGS. SHERRY L 
JOHNSON JR, W BRUCE 
JOHNSON KATHERINE S 
JOHNSON REVOCABLE TRUST, CARLT 
JOHNSON, CAROLYN E 
JOHNSON, LOREY Z 
JOHNSTON. EVELYN K & DAVID 
JONES, MICHAEL J. & MELODIE 
JONES. ROMONA H 
JONES, STEPHEN A 
JORDAN, WILLIAM 
JOSEPH & NANCY ROBERGE 
JOSEPH W & NANCY J DROHAN IRREV TRUST 
JOWDERS. ALLEN W 
JOWDERS, DANIEL 
JOWDERS. HAROLD R 
JOWDERS. JOHN A 
JOYAL. JASON E 
JOYCE, MICHAEL E 
JOYCE-PAGE, KATHLEEN A 
JUDITH H CALHOON REVOCABLE TRUST 
KAHN, RICHARD S 
KALADISH REV TRUST, ALISON 
KALADISH. ROBERT 
KAMINSTEIN, GREGORY B 
KANDT, JEFFREY A 
KANN, ERWIN G 
KAYMEN, REBEKAH 
KEEFE. WILLIAM J 
KEEFE. WILLIAM J 
KEEFE. WILLIAM J 
KEILIG TRUST. R H SR & J L 
KELLY. MICHAEL F 
KENNEDY, H. JAMES 
KENNEDY. HAROLD E 
KENNEDY, HAROLD E 
KENNEDY, LISA & WILLIAM C. 
KENNEDY, MATTHEW J 
KERNICH, THOMAS P 
KEYES JR. RICHARD H 
KHOURY JR, CHARLES R 
KIDDIE, ELEANOR R 
KIMBALL. DANA J 
KINCAID REVOCABLE TRUST/2001 
KINDER, RICHARD V 
KING, JR. DONALD E 
KING. NEIL O 

KINGSTON, JESSE + KRISTIE 
KLEBES, DANA R 
KLINGHOFFER. JUDITH AN 
KNIGHT, STEVEN M 
KOKKO. ROBERT F 
KOOLMAN, MARCUS J 
KOSTER. BEVERLY A 

KRICHEVSKY & ROSEN FAMILY REV. LIV. TRST 
KROSS, GREGORY B 
KRUG. PETER J 
KULLGREN. FRANK 
LABARRE, RAYMOND P 
LABEL ART INC 
LABEL ART INC 
LABEL ART INC 
LABEL ART INC 
LABEL ART INC 



Map 


Lot 


Unit Bidg Value 


Land Value 


Exemptions 


Total Value 


J 


28 


153400 


48000 




201900 


K 


85 


101700 


38000 




1 39700 


K 


130 





400 




400 


B 


92 


237200 


76800 




340400 


B 


135 


128000 


52600 




182500 


M 


37 


106500 


63100 




172800 


B 


112 


99600 


53100 




164200 


K 


23 


137000 


47400 




194700 


D 


158 


10 287800 


60000 




353100 


A 


39 


09X 111900 







113400 


C 


134 


01-9 221300 


69000 




291300 


A 


57 


173600 


72400 




248100 


B 


113 


111100 


77600 




190600 


J 


120 


81000 


38300 


50 


119300 


B 


55 


119400 


66400 




197900 


H 


101 


164800 


60400 




230100 


J 


137 


40300 


53800 




94100 


B 


103 


25100 


47000 




77400 


J 


78 


59000 


41300 




106100 


K 


32 


125600 


48500 




1 76700 


C 


137 


135100 


48500 




187700 


D 


82 


5 33700 


87400 




124100 


M 


38 


124500 


66000 


50 


195200 


K 


29 


127600 


46100 




183900 


F 


43 


103000 


55000 


50 


159500 


F 


76 


148400 


66000 




217900 


K 


15 


1 26300 


48500 




176000 


D 


158 


6 171100 


60500 




231600 


F 


170 


56400 


156400 




215800 


E 


7 


235400 


69989 




338589 


A 


41 


109900 


63600 




173500 


A 


44 


1 


3978 




3978 


H 


105 


198100 


57500 




258300 


D 


96 


266600 


61673 




328273 


D 


82 


3 157300 


60000 




219100 


E 


34 


193400 


159500 




356300 


A 


20 


93900 


68000 




167100 


H 


51 


1 158100 


60000 




218100 


J 


46 


85100 


54000 




139100 


D 


84 


1 184900 


61700 




256300 


H 


129 


93200 


80400 


50 


180700 


H 


97 


162900 


65200 




234100 


K 


120 


89600 


50000 




149300 


J 


122 


25300 


29900 




55200 


F 


3 


91600 


101800 




195500 


J 


7 


90200 


49200 




139900 


F 


45 


115900 


55000 




173400 


D 


19 


1 113400 


69600 




1 83800 


C 


23 


7 204700 


60914 




269514 


H 


111 


6 139700 


51300 




199700 


H 


5 


16100 


104200 




120300 


D 


132 


111600 


85000 


50 


219200 


A 


18 


11300 


56500 




67800 


C 


14 


98900 


64000 




165200 


F 


121 


4 


70200 




70200 


H 


14 


133900 


55000 


20000 


198500 


B 


63 


02-02 


61100 




61100 


D 


141 


126000 


56300 




185800 


C 


114 


84800 


50000 




143400 


F 


83 


6 130300 


60000 




194700 


D 


95 


41 X 112000 







112000 


F 


136 


101500 


62800 




1 70900 


J 


136 


254000 


52600 




314400 


B 


64 


147000 


75556 




236856 


K 


115 


64000 


47400 




112600 


C 


124 


166100 


60000 




227400 


M 


63 


83600 


61900 




146000 


B 


73 


134100 


62000 


50 


200300 


J 


110 


453700 


79800 




674600 


J 


111 


110700 


52000 




162700 


J 


113 





49500 




72000 


L 


32 





5800 




5800 


L 


38 





2300 




2300 



104 



Owner Name 

LABEL ART INC 

LABNON, DAVID M 

LABRECQUE, JAMES A 

LACASSE, RITA A 

LACHANCE, AMY 

LACROIX, CHRISTINE A 

LADOUCEUR, ROGER H 

LAFRENIERE, PAUL R 

LAGE, DAVID S & PATRICIA A 

LAJOIE, ROLAND 

LAMARRE, ASHLEY 

LAMMINEN JR, EDDIE J 

LAMMINEN JR, EDDIE J 

LAMMINEN JR, EDDIE J 

LAMMINEN, C EDITH 

LANDRY JR, ROBERT J 

LANE, STEPHEN A 

LANGDELL, JANE 

LANGDELL, JANE 

LAPONSEE, DAVID 

LAPONSEY, JANE E 

LAPONSIE, JOHN CORAD 

LARPENTER, BRYAN 

LARPENTER, MARJORIE A 

LARPENTER, MARJORIE A 

LASS, JEFFREY N 

LAUGHLIN, JOSEPH 

LAUREL LODGE 

LAURENT, RICHARD J 

LAVELLE RICHARD & LINDA 

LAWRENCE, KENNETH E 

LAWRENCE, WESLEY H 

LAWSON JR REVOCABLE TRUST, JAM 

LAZZARO, MICHAEL & 

LEBLANC, NORMAN E 

LEDGER, EDWARD M 

LEETE JR, CHARLES W 

LEFRANCOIS, RICHARD P 

LEFRANCOIS, RICHARD P 

LEGERE, MARK W 

LEMIRE REAL ESTATE, JOAN P 

LEMIRE REVOCABLE TRUST, JOAN P 

LEMIRE REVOCABLE TRUST, JOAN P 

LEMIRE REVOCABLE TRUST, JOAN P 

LEMIRE REVOCABLE TRUST, JOAN P 

LEMIRE, GEORGE D 

LEONARDI, MICHAEL J 

LEPINE, ALAN 

LETOURNEAU, WAYNE A 

LEUTZINGER REVOCABLE TRUST, CH 

LEUTZINGER REVOCABLE TRUST, CH 

LEUTZINGER REVOCABLE TRUST, CH 

LEVERT, STEVEN C & DIANE E 

LEVESQUE DANIEL G 

LEVINE, HAROLD C 

LEWERS, STEVEN M & KATRINA 

LEWIS, DION A 

LILLEY, CHRISTINA L 

LIMOGES, MICHAEL J 

LINTON, JEFFREY L. 

LITCHFIELD REV TRUST, ALVIN G 

LITCHFIELD REV TRUST, ALVIN G 

LITCHFIELD REV TRUST, ALVIN G 

LITTLEFIELD, MARY J 

LIZOTTE, THOMAS M 

LOCKLIN, JR. LLOYD E. & DEBORAH A. 

LOCKLIN, LLOYD E 

LOCKLIN, LLOYD E 

LONGMOORE, THOMAS A 

LORD, GARY L 

LORD, WARREN 

LORDEN REVOCABLE TRUST, CELIA 

LORDEN REVOCABLE TRUST, CELIA 



Map 


Lot 


Unit Bldg Value 


Land Value Exemptions 


Total Value 


L 


66 


682300 


137900 


820200 


C 


17 


213500 


67152 


306852 


A 


16 


282300 


85000 


374100 


D 


68 


98000 


47400 


148300 


M 


83 


118200 


66600 


184800 


D 


143 


90300 


70700 


163600 


J 


26 


106200 


48500 


161700 


D 


95 


32X 112400 





112400 


B 


21 


7 


96500 


96500 


C 


119 


384200 


51600 50 


454100 


K 


61 


89800 


47400 


137700 


D 


50 





1134 


1134 


D 


53 





6 


6 


D 


51 


133200 


61200 


194700 


M 


54 


114700 


64600 


183500 


L 


26 


110200 


51600 


163400 


H 


115 


111200 


58400 


169600 


C 


71 


77300 


69554 


146854 


C 


70 


10300 


61063 


71763 


J 


95 


82100 


30000 


122500 


D 


95 


22X 112000 





112000 


J 


114 


87100 


38500 


125600 


C 


24 


2 


70900 


70900 


C 


54 


63000 


48200 


115100 


C 


55 











B 


22 


82900 


68000 


153500 


C 


88 


1 219000 


69300 


292000 


J 


16 


88800 


52900 


143600 


M 


79 


129300 


66000 


196300 


F 


52 


120400 


50600 


187700 


H 


53 


126700 


103700 


230400 


H 


58 


145300 


77200 


240600 


C 


135 


1 260500 


16000 


281300 


K 


152 


76400 


48000 


126800 


B 


60 


131700 


74900 


222400 


C 


123 


228100 


56500 


296600 


D 


95 


05X 112400 





112400 


K 


78 


78900 


38000 50 


116900 


K 


79 





2200 


2200 


F 


93 


4 261800 


72100 


339300 


J 


55 


112400 


52000 


166200 


F 


25 





1920 


1920 


J 


62 


200700 


47400 


248100 


J 


63 


393600 


63000 


469500 


F 


63 


1 158700 


55100 


213800 


D 


95 


14X 112800 





112800 


F 


80 


136000 


52600 


191800 


M 


15 


134200 


61000 


198200 


M 


96 


72700 


38400 


111100 


A 


8 





7906 


7906 


A 


9 





5778 


5778 


A 


32 


462200 


152065 


682965 


A 


15 





78800 


79800 


J 


132 


157200 


49200 


206400 


B 


78 


119500 


72000 


200700 


A 


48 


1 


1684 


1684 


D 


95 


37X 115600 





115600 


C 


121 


1 66800 


74800 


144700 


M 


56 


88500 


50800 


140900 


H 


26 


86200 


64400 


157600 


C 


59 


168900 


60800 


232000 


C 


92 





1200 


1200 


c 


93 











F 


14 


101100 


63600 


165300 


H 


29 


01-2 218700 


85900 


310500 


D 


29 


90300 


52600 15000 


145400 


M 


41 


96000 


61000 50 


157500 


B 


18 


178100 


60400 


256300 


H 


42 


3 149300 


60000 


212000 


J 


107 


102400 


36000 


141800 


K 


24 


86700 


48000 50 


138200 


C 


37 





884 


884 


C 


52 


252100 


84198 


359098 



105 



Owner Name 

LORING JR, ROBERT O 

LOVECKY, STEVEN G 

LOVERME, JEANETTE F 

LOVERME. JR, ALEXANDER 

LUCIER, NANCY 

LUSHEAR, VICTOR H. 

LUTER, DANIEL E 

LUTTON, DEBORAH A 

LYNCH, ANTHONY T 

MACARELLI, CHRISTOPHER J 

MACARELLI. JOSEPH S 

MACCALLUM, DENNIS L 

MACDONALD, EDWARD D 

MACDONALD, JOHN C & LUCILLE B 

MACDONALD, JOHN C & LUCILLE B 

MACFARLAND, ROBERT 

MACKAY, MARY JEAN 

MACKINTOSH JR, ROBERT C 

MACLELLAN CONCRETE CO INC, J G 

MACLELLAN CONCRETE CO INC, J G 

MACLELLAN CONCRETE CO INC, J G 

MACMARTIN JR, J ALEXANDER 

MACMARTIN JR, J ALEXANDER 

MACPHERSON, MARK R 

MAGEE, CATHERINE A 

MAGOFFIN, BARRY LEE 

MAGUIRE, ROBERT 

MAHAR, WILLIAM G 

MAHER, JEFFREY T 

MAHONEY. DAWN W 

MAHONEY. VERONICA M 

MAKI, DENNIS W 

MAKI, MICHAEL E & 

MALCOLMSON, DAVID S 

MALEK, DANIEL W. 

MALLOWS JR, ALLEN J 

MALONEY, LEO F 

MALONEY, PATRICIA A 

MALONEY, ROBIN E 

MAN/NASHUA CELLULAR TELEPHONE 

MANHA REVOCABLE TRUST, SUSAN 

MANLEY, THOMAS E 

MANNARINO, FRANK A 

MANNING, JOHN BRENT 

MARCHAND, DAVID R 

MARCHAND, FREDERICK J 

MARIOS, JOHN M. & KRISTEN L. 

MARK RAPOSO REVOCABLE TRUST 

MARKAVERICH, DARRYL J 

MARKAVERICH, DENNIS M 

MARKAVERICH, JASON P 

MARKAVERICH, JENNIFER L 

MARKS, EDWARD J 

MAROIS, JOHN M 

MARTEL. BARRY R 

MARTEL, THERESA M 

MARTELL, DENNIS A 

MARTIN REVOCABLE TRUST, ANDREW 

MARTIN REVOCABLE TRUST, ANDREW 

MARTIN REVOCABLE TRUST, JANET 

MARTIN REVOCABLE TRUST, JANET 

MARTIN, JAMES P 

MARTIN, KEVIN W 

MASON, W ANTHONY 

MATTE, JOHN W 

MAUGEL JR, RALPH R 

MAXWELL, CORY 

MAYHEW, STEVEN C 

MAZERALL, JOSEPH E 

MAZZUCHELLI, JOSEPH A 

MAZZUCHELLI, RICHARD 

MCBEE, DAVID G 

MCCOLL, PETER E & DOROTHY L 



Map 


Lot 


Unit 


Bldg Value 


Land Value Exemptions 


Total Value 


F 


105 




158700 


59000 


222000 


K 


89 




75900 


46100 


128500 


D 


31 




118800 


65200 


184500 


M 


90 




86200 


59100 


145800 


H 


116 




81500 


58000 


139500 


D 


106 


3 


41800 


60000 


103900 


K 


2 




101000 


46100 


148800 


K 


149 




61000 


37900 


99400 


K 


22 




119100 


48100 


175100 


J 


34 




132200 


45000 


177700 


F 


88 


3 


138000 


57500 


197600 


M 


85 




118500 


66600 


186600 


F 


57 




96400 


59500 


173700 


D 


101 







7800 


7800 


D 


102 




111400 


106700 30000 


220800 


F 


166 




208100 


45600 


253700 


A 


39 


10X 


92400 





93600 


F 


77 




135000 


66600 


203600 


B 


154 







5578 


5578 


B 


156 







7828 


7828 


B 


155 







7146 


7146 


A 


80 







90200 


90200 


A 


1 




211400 


64625 


307625 


M 


86 




117200 


66600 


184700 


B 


141 




130800 


69400 


201000 


C 


129 




142800 


72000 50 


219100 


K 


116 




65500 


47400 


115500 


B 


50 




132300 


69600 50 


207800 


D 


150 




145700 


65600 


229000 


L 


56 




89000 


50000 


143800 


K 


97 


1 


105400 


48500 


154900 


D 


64 




98400 


69200 


169400 


F 


162 




292900 


66100 


362500 


D 


86 




218900 


119000 


419000 


F 


88 


2 


139900 


57500 


201800 


L 


33 




71800 


53800 


128900 


H 


43 




137000 


59000 


210800 


A 


39 


08X 


82600 





82600 


B 


140 


3 


137400 


60000 


197400 


F 


12 


4 





101900 


386900 


D 


19 


6 


318400 


69900 


392500 


K 


126 




73300 


48000 50 


123700 


H 


75 




123100 


60969 


184969 


E 


12 




110100 


57000 


167100 


H 


108 


01-1 


140900 


60500 


203000 


C 


23 


5 


231700 


61200 


297000 


J 


82 




112900 


48500 


170900 


K 


107 




112400 


47700 


165500 


D 


34 




152000 


56000 


212200 


D 


42 


1 


62900 


55966 


123666 


D 


35 




145100 


57500 


202600 


D 


42 


2 





69400 


69400 


H 


89 


4 


235200 


79000 


317600 


B 


39 


3 





79100 


79100 


L 


18 




83900 


55500 


140300 


L 


35 




93500 


37900 


132700 


E 


10 


3 


120300 


59000 50 


186800 


H 


19 







1848 


1848 


H 


17 




108200 


53700 


174700 


H 


18 




302400 


64200 


390000 


H 


24 







216 


216 


K 


83 




108000 


38500 


149100 


D 


158 


5 


132800 


57200 


190900 


J 


133 




362600 


55000 


424600 


K 


143 




76900 


38400 


115300 


C 


115 


1 


184200 


68300 


256800 


E 


1 




155300 


66400 


221700 


H 


134 


11 


183400 


72000 


260900 


B 


101 




27500 


70600 


100100 


H 


103 


1 


274300 


74600 


363800 


H 


103 


2 


375700 


58869 


440069 


D 


95 


40X 


114000 





114000 


H 


117 




121900 


62400 


194600 



106 



Owner Name 

MCCORMACK, MARY H. 

MCCURRY, DONALD L 

MCDONALD, SEAN S 

MCDONALD, TRENT P 

MCDONNELL, KATHLEEN B 

MCDONOUGH, STEVEN J 

MCDONOUGH, STEVEN J 

MCDONOUGH, STEVEN J 

MCDONOUGH, STEVEN J 

MCDONOUGH, STEVEN J 

MCELENEY, CHRISTOPHER J 

MCENTEE, TIMOTHY J 

MCENTEE, TIMOTHY J 

MCGETTIGAN REV TRUST, CHARLES 

MCGETTIGAN REV TRUST, CHARLES 

MCGETTIGAN REV TRUST, DOROTHY 

MCGETTIGAN REV TRUST, DOROTHY 

MCGETTIGAN REV TRUST, DOROTHY 

MCGETTIGAN REV. TRUST, LAURA 

MCGETTIGAN SR. DONALD R 

MCGETTIGAN SR, DONALD R 

MCGETTIGAN, DALE A 

MCGETTIGAN, DAVID M 

MCGETTIGAN, JAMES J 

MCGONEGAL, W. MICHAEL & DEBRA G. 

MCGRADE, SHELLY A 

MCGRATH TRUST, PRISCILLA F 

MCINTYRE, DENNIS 

MCISAAC, MICHAEL J 

MCKAY, WILLIAM C 

MCKAY, WILLIAM C 

MCKENZIE, JACQUELINE 

MCKEOWN TRUST, THE 

MCLINN, DAVID E 

MCQUADE SR, ROBERT A 

MCVICKER, STEPHEN 

MEDLYN, EDWARD R 

MELCHER JR, HAROLD P 

MELLON, NANCY S 

MELTZER, ALISON B 

MERCIER JR, ARTHUR R 

MERRILL, JOHN A 

MERRILL, MARY M 

MERRILL, MARY M 

MERRILL, PAUL A 

MESERVE, DAVID D 

MESSENGER, AGNES 

MIFFITT, LISA A 

MIGNEAULT, EDWARD 

MILES, EMILY J 

MILFORD ELM STREET TRUST 

MILLER JR, WILBURN M 

MILLER, DAVID D 

MILLER, TUCKER R 

MILLETT, STASIA B 

MILLWARD, FRANK S 

MILLWARD, NANCY A 

MINOTT, LOUISE 

MITCHELL REV TRUST, THOMAS 

MOCHRIE, MARION E 

MOFFETT, MILTON 

MOFFETT, SUZAN 

MOIR, CHRISTOPHER J 

MONADNOCK COMMUNITY LAND TRUST 

MONADNOCK MOUNTAIN SPRING WATER INC 

MONADNOCK MOUNTAIN WATER 

MONADNOCK MOUNTAIN WATER 

MONADNOCK MOUNTAIN WATER 

MONROE, JAMES J 

MONTRESOR, MAUREEN A 

MOORE REVOCABLE TRUST, THOMAS 

MOORE REVOCABLE TRUST, THOMAS 

MOORE, ALBERT & ANNE C 



Map 


Lot 


Unit 


Bldg Value 


Land Value Exemptions 


Total Value 


H 


65 




113800 


75200 


191200 


B 


59 




107400 


73400 


184600 


B 


91 




217900 


72400 


295800 


J 


18 




189300 


53800 


255000 


B 


42 


1 


131600 


55000 


186600 


H 


133 







48720 


98620 


H 


134 


1 


313000 


71109 


389609 


H 


134 


8 





545 


545 


H 


134 


9 





293 


293 


H 


134 


10 





217 


217 


M 


12 


5 


184200 


54800 


244300 


B 


71 







69800 


69800 


B 


72 




176000 


43500 


243500 


H 


56 







2283 


2283 


F 


97 




77600 


57000 


134600 


F 


102 




75900 


89494 


191894 


F 


90 




90100 


55752 


145852 


F 


100 







1752 


1752 


F 


103 


1 


109100 


63000 


175200 


F 


86 







64000 


71000 


K 


40 




136800 


50800 


189400 


B 


28 




81600 


72000 


155100 


K 


55 




87100 


47400 


138100 


F 


89 




137400 


84200 50 


252200 


B 


21 


3 





62000 


62000 


H 


108 


01-2 


201300 


88700 


295500 


K 


96 




111700 


48700 15000 


162000 


K 


12 




63000 


39400 


104700 


H 


134 


6 


272200 


74600 


350800 


C 


44 




184700 


72000 


262700 


C 


43 







69000 


69000 


B 


100 




103300 


50900 


166400 


M 


22 




166800 


36200 50 


225200 


B 


140 


6 


179100 


76900 


258400 


L 


58 




50000 


50000 


102600 


C 


134 


01-5 


184600 


69800 


256400 


D 


95 


39X 


100700 





100700 


H 


95 




136500 


58128 


207028 


H 


27 




78100 


62400 


142500 


K 


50 




119000 


47800 


167300 


D 


151 




186100 


57500 


247000 


H 


98 




135100 


59000 


197300 


F 


60 




129600 


52600 


182200 


K 


39 




135300 


53800 


206100 


H 


25 




179100 


55000 


239400 


B 


140 


9 


174200 


63100 


242600 


C 


15 


1 


114300 


67400 


181700 


F 


123 


1 


150800 


55462 


207062 


H 


43 


1 


164000 


64400 


231800 


B 


68 




162600 


90200 


254800 


K 


165 







8000 


52300 


M 


10 




149200 


64600 


219200 


A 


39 


13X 


83900 





98800 


B 


1 


3 





61600 


61600 


M 


91 




138500 


80600 


219900 


B 


115 




115600 


49900 30000 


173000 


B 


131 




95700 


48500 


147000 


F 


71 




157700 


66600 


226200 


B 


30 




121900 


49200 


174700 


F 


038X 




8400 





9600 


H 


42 


8 


205400 


72300 


279200 


H 


42 


6 





938 


938 


K 


84 




107700 


38100 


152700 


A 


39 







516299 


516299 


F 


18 







53200 


54200 


F 


143 







91600 


91600 


F 


142 




589700 


536500 


1318100 


F 


141 







93600 


93600 


A 


2 




30200 


67600 


99000 


J 


21 




87900 


46800 


135200 


H 


51 


2 





73200 


73200 


H 


51 


3 


1216100 


120556 


1365056 


C 


146 




99000 


55000 


167700 



107 



Owner Name 

MOORE, ANNE C 

MOREAU, HENRY 

MORGAN, KIM LOU 

MORIARTY, TODD M 

MORNEAU, SCOTT L. 

MORO, JOHN J 

MORROW, STEPHEN L 

MORSE, CRAIG E 

MORSE, DOUGLAS K 

MORSE, JONATHON F 

MORSE, JULIA 

MUDGETT SR, STEPHEN J 

MULLETT HOUSING ASSOCIATES 

MURI, HEINZ H 

MURRAY, KEITH A 

MURRAY, PATRICIA A 

NADEAU, GARY A 

NAONE, WAYNE F. & DIANNE L. TORRES 

NATHAN, ALIINA 

NATOLI, RICHARD 

NATURE CONSERVANCY 

NEEL, PATRICIA 

NELSON, BRUCE S 

NELSON, DAVID A 

NELSON, DOUGLAS 

NELSON, JAMES T 

NELSON, PAUL M 

NEVEUX, CATHERINE J 

NEVIN, RONALD J 

NEW ENGLAND FORESTRY FOUNDATION 

NEW ENGLAND FORESTY FOUNDATION 

NEW ENGLAND FORESTY FOUNDATION 

NEW ENGLAND FORESTY FOUNDATION 

NEW ENGLAND TEL & TEL 

NEW ENGLND FORESTRY FOUNDATION 

NEW HAMPSHIRE, STATE OF 

NEW HAMPSHIRE, STATE OF 

NEW HAMPSHIRE, STATE OF 

NEW HAMPSHIRE, STATE OP 

NEW HAMPSHIRE, STATE OF 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. STATE OF 

NEW SPARTAN PROPERTIES LLC 

NEW SPARTAN PROPERTIES LLC 

NEW SPARTAN PROPERTIES LLC 

NEW SPARTAN PROPERTIES LLC 

NEW SPARTAN PROPERTIES LLC 

NEW SPARTAN PROPERTIES LLC 

NEW SPARTAN PROPERTIES LLC 

NEW SPARTAN PROPERTIES LLC 

NEW SPARTAN PROPERTIES LLC 

NEWSTED, NANCY ALEXANDER 

NH WATER RESOURCES DIVISION 

NH WATER RESOURCES DIVISION 

NH WATER RESOURCES DIVISION 

NH WATER RESOURCES DIVISION 

NICHOLS, ADAM A 

NICHOLS, ANN L 

NINE MAPLE STREET REALTY TRUST 

NITA JR, ALBERT A 

NOLAN, JAMES H 

NORFORD, ROBERT C 

NORMAN, DAVID D 

NOURSE, DONALD R 

NOVOM, MARTIN 

OBERG, PETER 

OCCHIALINI, JAMES N 

OCCHIALINI, JAMES N 

O'CONNELL, TIMOTHY J 

0"LEARY MARGARET R 

O'LEARY, ARTHUR F 

OLINGER, PAULO 

OLSEN, STANLEY C 

ORCHARD VIEW ASSOCIATION 



Map 


Lot 


Unit Bldg Value I 


Land Value Exemptions 


Total Value 


C 


145 





400 


400 


D 


83 


71600 


53800 50 


131200 


K 


71 


135100 


48500 


189800 


H 


92 


149600 


60000 


212800 


D 


148 


118800 


59000 


181700 


D 


147 


144400 


59000 50 


206400 


C 


134 


01-8 165200 


57500 


222700 


K 


153 


87000 


48400 


136800 


F 


123 


174200 


79400 50 


255300 


L 


4 


110300 


51600 50 


169900 


F 


73 


121000 


67200 


189600 


E 


29 


GX 16300 





17100 


K 


174 


1380900 


57000 


1528200 


H 


57 


12 216300 


120400 


408400 


H 


111 


11 142800 


50600 


198700 


L 


8 


105000 


48500 


153500 


M 


74 


158500 


66600 


229500 


K 


63 


47500 


32500 


80000 


B 


119 


1X 17800 


30000 


18300 


C 


62 


169400 


73000 


255900 


E 


8 





19281 


19281 


C 


131 


163500 


72000 


236500 


H 


107 


1 206700 


57600 


268400 


F 


58 


126900 


55500 


185000 


J 


47 


87300 


62200 


150100 


K 


20 


274800 


53700 


346300 


A 


39 


14X 105800 





106600 


C 


86 


135900 


66400 


202300 


C 


89 


203100 


71600 50 


278600 


E 


11 


3 


2685 


2685 


E 


16 





2475 


2475 


C 


31 





10173 


10173 


C 


36 





3754 


3754 


c 


89 


1 


12000 


12000 


E 


20 





2622 


2622 


D 


72 





54200 


54200 


J 


49 





2900 


2900 


B 


96 





17800 


17800 


H 


109 





131000 


131000 


G 


11 





688700 


688700 


G 


15 





6400 


6400 


B 


9 





7200 


7200 


B 


105 





43600 


43600 


B 


104 





113000 


113000 


B 


10 





241500 


250400 


B 


111 


10900 


94000 


129700 


F 


122 





242000 


242000 


M 


59 





7000 


7000 


F 


121 


3 


60200 


60200 


B 


8 


12300 


101100 


113400 


H 


57 


2 174900 


60800 


246800 


B 


15 





95500 


95500 


E 


5 





33800 


33800 


B 


65 





900 


900 


B 


66 





25800 


25800 


A 


39 


06X 114200 





114200 


C 


134 


01-6 107900 


57000 


165900 


K 


48 


132500 


47700 


184700 


B 


140 


4 231000 


60000 


293300 


M 


64 


129800 


60000 


190800 


C 


108 


40800 


52600 


93800 


H 


6 


1 148200 


60200 


211600 


M 


34 


178500 


61000 


242100 


A 


39 


05X 97200 





97200 


K 


27 


316400 


49800 


371000 


A 


45 





177 


177 


A 


44 


351900 


65145 


438445 


M 


80 


124900 


66000 


193300 


H 


37 


202500 


67800 


282100 


K 


95 


93700 


48000 


142200 


C 


14 


1 182600 


63500 


250400 


L 


50 





1600 


1600 


H 


111 


13 


26700 


27600 



108 



Owner Name 


Map 


Lot 


Unit Bldg Value 


Land Value 


Exemptions 


Total Value 


ORZEL. DIANE 


F 


154 


121900 


95100 




239000 


OSGOOD, JERE 


H 


113 


132800 


72400 




221600 


OSTROWSKI, RONALD J 


B 


147 


16600 


46800 




63400 


OTHOT, STEVEN L 


K 


123 


75100 


48000 




127600 


OTOOLE, JAMES M 


F 


151 


1 222300 


62000 




290300 


OUELLETTE FAMILY REV TRUST 


B 


76 


86300 


57300 




150000 


OWEN, CHRISTOPHER C 


C 


68 





77600 




77600 


OWEN, CHRISTOPHER C 


C 


67 


219500 


80200 




312600 


OWENS REVOCABLE TRUST 


F 


21 


X 







500 


OWENS REVOCABLE TRUST, DION 


F 


21 





266700 




266700 


OXMAN, ALLAN G & SUSAN B 


J 


99 


88200 


59700 




151300 


PACKARD REVOCABLE TRUST 


E 


19 


201900 


58754 




275454 


PAGE, LEO L 


B 


67 


133400 


71493 


50 


238693 


PAGE, STEVEN P. 


H 


64 


199900 


77200 


50 


277700 


PAINE, SCOTT D 


M 


60 


142000 


66000 




209700 


PAJANEN, LINDA D 


C 


149 


22100 


50800 




73200 


PALAZZO SR, GEORGE R 


D 


95 


06X 112000 





50 


112000 


PALMER, DAVID 


J 


130 


91700 


48500 


50 


149300 


PAMELA T. VENABLE REV. TRUST 


F 


121 


2 112600 


68600 




187800 


PAQUIN, LINDA MARIE 


J 


97 


104500 


29000 




134100 


PARKER REVOCABLETRUST, NATALIE 


J 


123 


175100 


38000 




213100 


PARKER, ERIC G 


K 


133 


100300 


47400 




148700 


PARKER, GRAYSON L 


B 


36 





1721 




1721 


PARKER, GRAYSON L 


K 


57 


126500 


48000 




175500 


PARKER, GRAYSON L 


J 


116 


160700 


38400 




200100 


PARKER, GRAYSON L 


J 


73 


135100 


38000 




174100 


PARKER, GRAYSON L 


J 


74 





2400 




2400 


PARKER, GRAYSON L 


B 


35 


1 160800 


79121 




244121 


PARKER, MARISA A 


M 


78 


150900 


67200 




219100 


PARKER, NATALIE C 


J 


75 


168700 


44000 




221700 


PARKER, ROBERT A 


B 


108 


100400 


55000 




156800 


PARKER, ROBERT L 


D 


95 


20X 116100 







116100 


PARKER, WILLIAM R 


C 


57 





200 




200 


PARKER, WILLIAM R 


C 


94 





45100 




45100 


PARKER, WILLIAM R 


C 


95 


65700 


48500 




118300 


PARKER-CHRISTOU, MELISSA 


H 


118 


124900 


64400 




192900 


PARO REVOCABLE TRUST, VIOLA A 


K 


46 


57500 


47800 




106000 


PARO, COLETTE R 


L 


44 


61700 


37900 




100100 


PARO, JOSEPH 


B 


97 


5800 


55400 




62900 


PARO, STEVEN D 


B 


86 


142400 


70400 




215100 


PARRISH, PAUL L 


D 


95 


18X 112900 







112900 


PARTRIDGE, MICHAEL L 


B 


140 


1 135800 


60000 




199900 


PASQUARELLA, MICHAEL J 


A 


17 


236400 


83100 




327000 


PATTEN, KAREN E 


F 


119 


57500 


55000 




114600 


PATTERSON SR, JAMES 


C 


107 


122700 


52600 




176800 


PATTERSON, RONALD P 


C 


20 


129900 


59500 




192400 


PAUL A JADIS REV TRUST 


K 


1 


147400 


43700 




200400 


PAUL, JAMES & PAMELA 


F 


6 


3 


55400 




55400 


PEARL, CHRISTOPHER M 


D 


95 


17X 112000 







112000 


PEARSON, MOWRY B 


H 


62 


160800 


114800 




279900 


PECKHAM, ALAN D 


H 


111 


4 110900 


47200 




162200 


PELKEY, DEAN M 


J 


119 


70600 


34000 


50 


105400 


PELLERIN, JOAN C 


D 


74 


97300 


76400 


50 


208300 


PELLERIN, KENNETH M 


J 


31 


92100 


48000 




141100 


PELLERIN, LEO E 


J 


106 


91400 


38400 


50 


140000 


PELLERIN, MICHAEL K 


D 


36 


90700 


52600 




163200 


PELLETIER, GEORGE 


E 


14 


2 


7100 




7100 


PELLETIER, GEORGE 1 


E 


14 


272600 


66000 




340800 


PEPLER, LORI A & MARK R 


J 


71 


141200 


47400 




188600 


PEREZ, DANIEL C & JULIA 


A 


49 


266200 


56269 




329469 


PERFITO, SANDRA S 


C 


134 


1-3B 81500 


57000 




138500 


PERKINS, PATRICK W 


E 


4 


102400 


63554 




182954 


PERKINS-SIMONS, PAMELYN K. 


K 


65 


136600 


47800 




194000 


PERRAULT, HELEN J 


D 


95 


44X 112000 







112000 


PETERSON, CONSTANCE & RANDY 


B 


39 


2 219400 


57500 




278400 


PETERSON, JUDITH H 


J 


110 


1 58100 


51900 




110800 


PETERSON, LEONARD J 


C 


79 


549500 


111600 




729400 


PETERSON, LEONARD J 


E 


17 





133748 




133748 


PETERSON, W W ALLEN 


H 


57 


4 214500 


60000 


50 


281400 


PHILBRICK, BRENDA M 


B 


95 





145400 




145400 


PHILBRICK, BRENDAN J 


D 


107 


1 118000 


64500 




189200 


PHILBRICK, JEREMY 


B 


94 


157100 


57100 




214800 



109 



Owner Name 


Map 


Lot 


Unit Bldg Value 


Land Value 


PHILBRICK, MARTHA A 


B 


160 


66800 


48000 


PIETERSE, MERLE B 


C 


134 


1-3A 81500 


57000 


PINE HILL WALDORF SCHOOL 


F 


99 


1792700 


414500 


PINETTE, GARY 


M 


75 


123300 


66600 


PINKERTON, PHILLIP T 


K 


53 


98400 


47400 


PINKERTON, PHILLIP T 


K 


54 





11800 


PIRKEY, PAUL 


H 


86 


1 162200 


70400 


PISZ, PATRICIA A 


C 


134 


1-10 109800 


68000 


PITTMAN, ALEXIS 


K 


109 


83800 


47700 


PITTMAN, RUTH S 


F 


125 


101100 


56721 


PITTS, KENNETH P. 


H 


7 


113700 


61600 


PLATTE, LAWRENCE E 


B 


140 


10 236900 


75700 


POHL LIVING TRUST 


D 


19 


3 216400 


75800 


POIROT, ROBERT K 


M 


92 


145300 


44800 


POISSON, DONNA M 


F 


26 





52600 


POISSON, DONNA M 


F 


26 


1 58000 


67700 


POISSON, PAUL JOSEPH 


H 


124 


84300 


88800 


POITRAS, DANIEL J 


C 


147 


123000 


77200 


POLLOCK REVOCABLE TRUST 


D 


137 


83700 


62600 


POLLOCK REVOCABLE TRUST, ROBER 


L 


21 


103000 


52600 


POLLOCK, DAVID R 


K 


42 


96200 


48200 


POLLOCK, JOHN A 


B 


37 


197700 


73200 


POLONSKY, CHRISTINE F 


H 


89 


7 175600 


64500 


POLSON, WILLIAM R 


M 


84 


126200 


66600 


POPEK, EDWARD A 


H 


42 


1 161300 


61600 


POPORES, GREGORY S 


F 


56 


124900 


50000 


PORTNOY, WILLIAM E 


D 


61 


217300 


65600 


POTTER JOHN R 


J 


121 


133200 


38300 


POTTER, DAVID M 


H 


12 


167900 


142600 


POTTLE, THOMAS E 


K 


131 





20000 


PRATT FAMILY HOMES INC, DANIEL 


C 


16 





69400 


PRATT, DANIEL J & ROBERT L 


B 


21 


1 


61500 


PRATT, DANIEL J & ROBERT L 


B 


21 


5 


61500 


PRATT, DANIEL J & ROBERT L 


B 


21 


8 


60400 


PRATT, JEANNE M 


B 


31 


11-02 239000 


65800 


PRATT, MARGARET M 


F 


83 


3 250300 


60000 


PRATT, ROBERT L 


F 


151 


195200 


62000 


PREJSNAR REV TRUST, J T 


B 


77 


158400 


72000 


PRESTON, HOWARD A 


A 


29 


139000 


61331 


PRICE, RODERICK M. & JACKIE L. 


H 


10 


128400 


60000 


PRIES, WALTER F 


B 


34 


104400 


179100 


PROCTOR AGENCY 


J 


60 


1 158400 


61100 


PROCTOR REVOCABLE TRUST. DIANE 


C 


102 





101600 


PROCTOR, JAMES M 


D 


152 


141500 


60000 


PROCTOR, STEPHEN G 


B 


84 





2400 


PROCTOR, STEPHEN G 


J 


108 


122400 


36400 


PROCTOR, SUSAN 


J 


40 


95800 


48000 


PROSSER, ROBERT C 


D 


95 


26X 113500 





PROVOST TRUSTS, PIERREIV&LURA 


B 


14 





8545 


PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NH 


L 


49 








PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NH 


D 


97 








PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NH 


L 


049A 








PUCCIARELLO, THOMAS R. 


B 


21 


6 


60600 


PUDDINGTON REVOCABLE TRUST 


D 


136 


320300 


91200 


PUTNAM, BENJAMIN J & ANN 


K 


4 


96000 


46100 


PUTNAM, PAUL K 


C 


19 


1 156300 


64400 


PUTNAM, RICHARD 


J 


54 


52300 


57100 


PUTNAM, SUSAN J 


F 


15 


100000 


50000 


PUTNAM'S STORE 


J 


53 


43700 


57100 


PVA-EPVA INC 


B 


110 


2502500 


751400 


QUAGLIA, PATRICIA A 


B 


48 


3 140700 


56700 


QUINN BROTHERS CORP 


F 


173 





143600 


QUINN BROTHERS CORP 


B 


5 





14700 


QUINN, CAROLYN 


F 


1 





69000 


QUINN, ELLA T 


F 


54 


92300 


52600 


QUINN, THOMAS M 


C 


99 


1 


138100 


QUINN, THOMAS M 


C 


99 


2 


183300 


RA SHATTUCK HOMES LLC 


A 


21 


1 


359 


RA SHATTUCK HOMES LLC 


A 


21 


2 76700 


55919 


RADER REAL ESTATE TRUST 


G 


1 





6276 


RADZIEWICZ, THERESA R 


H 


57 


1 1 368500 


82400 


RAFIEYMEHR, ALI 


M 


73 


119900 


67200 


RAFTER, BRUCE T 


H 


39 


121300 


51600 



Exemptions Total Value 

119400 



50 



50 



50 



50 



50 



110 



Owner Name 

RAINEY, REVEL & DONNA 

RANCOURT, DANIEL M 

RANKIN, DON P 

RANTALA, TOMI M 

RANTAMAKI, RICHARD A 

RASMUSSEN, JANE 

RAYMOND, GARY W 

RAYMOND, GARY W 

REGIONAL URBAN DEVELOPMENT 

REGIONAL URBAN DEVELOPMENT 

REGIONAL URBAN DEVELOPMENT 

REGIONAL URBAN DEVELOPMENT 

REGIONAL URBAN DEVELOPMENT 

REGIONAL URBAN DEVELOPMENT 

REID, CURTIS W 

RENNIE, ROBERT G 

RENWICK, HUGH B 

REYNOLDS SR, ROLAND A 

REYNOLDS, NATHAN D 

RICCI, PAUL F 

RICHARD J. & CHRISTINE K DYE 

RICHARDS JR., FRANCIS A 

RICHARDS, LOUISA MORRIS 

RILEY, JAMES F 

RIVER ROAD TRUST 

ROBERGE, RAYMOND J 

ROBERTS IRREVOCABLE TRUST, DOR 

ROBICHAUD, JEAN GUY 

ROCCA, KENNETH P 

ROCHE, DEBRA S 

ROCKWELL, STEPHANIE 

ROCKWOOD, JANE E 

RODGERS, SUSAN I 

ROEDEL PARTNERS OF WILTON LLC 

ROEDEL, DEBORAH 

ROEDEL, KATHARINE L 

ROLKE, STUART A 

ROLL, CHRISTOPHER R 

ROLLINS, FORREST C & DONNA L 

ROPER JR, MARTIN J 

ROSEN, MICHAEL R 

ROSO NICHOLAS 

ROSSI, LOUIS R 

ROTH WELL, JANET H 

ROY, ANNE E 

ROY, CHRISTINE L 

ROY, DAVID P 

ROY, RICHARD 

RUGGIERO, LORRAINE L 

RUPERT, DOUGLAS A 

RUSE, JEANNE 

RYAN, THOMAS E 

RYSNIK, JOHN M 

3 & G REALTY TRUST 

5 & G REALTY TRUST 

3 & G REALTY TRUST 

5 & S REALTY INC 

3ADOWSKI, EDMUND J 

3ALER, JULES 

SALISBURY, CYNTHIA J 

SALISBURY, ETHAN ALLEN 

SALISBURY, PETER D 

SAMSON, RALPH L 

SAMUELS, WILLIAM R 

SANBORN, CHRISTOPHER W 

SANBORN, EDWIN N 

3ANDERS LIVING TRUST, JANICE E 

SANDERS LIVING TRUST, JANICE E 

SANDERS LIVING TRUST, JANICE E 

SANDERS LIVING TRUST, JANICE E 

SANDERS, JANICE E 

SANDERS, PENELOPE 

SANDERS, RODNEY A 



Map 


Lot 


Unit 


Bldg Value 


Land Value Exemptions 


Total Value 


K 


97 


2 


118000 


48300 


166300 


C 


23 


8 


263600 


61209 


329609 


H 


42 


12 


172000 


67700 


241700 


H 


57 


10 


165500 


79800 


250900 


J 


79 




144000 


65700 


225500 


B 


48 


1 


190500 


70800 50 


261800 


E 


10 


1 


182900 


54400 


279800 


E 


10 


2 





54600 


54600 


F 


66 







58000 


58000 


F 


65 




75000 


48000 


125200 


H 


55 




187500 


56000 


245900 


F 


63 




117600 


55000 


172600 


J 


70 




250600 


48500 


300100 


J 


80 




131400 


48000 


179400 


B 


31 


03-01 


272900 


76200 


354000 


F 


42 


2 


125600 


50000 


177200 


H 


104 




227900 


68800 


319400 


K 


69 




114000 


48300 


163800 


C 


5 




177100 


58900 


241500 


H 


120 




230000 


74800 


310800 


K 


146 




120600 


48500 


171700 


B 


120 




10100 


47200 50 


69200 


D 


95 


08X 


115700 





115700 


H 


2 


2 


149500 


60400 


214600 


D 


93 







125700 


125700 


C 


60 




192100 


70600 


281100 


F 


83 




105700 


71600 


197800 


H 


99 




125800 


62400 


196100 


B 


159 




177600 


54000 


234900 


B 


89 




199200 


77600 


298100 


K 


43 




142100 


58000 


222000 


H 


108 




196100 


82900 


290100 


F 


46 




83100 


52600 


145200 


C 


128 


3 


38700 


126800 


167700 


A 


74 




324500 


79000 


445000 


A 


76 




582100 


101018 


787418 


D 


114 




105000 


49200 


158300 


C 


23 


4 


218600 


61100 


281200 


H 


111 


2 


119300 


60000 


184200 


D 


129 




464600 


106420 


652120 


B 


64 


1 





220 


220 


M 


6 




228300 


64600 


299300 


F 


153 




168500 


77000 


252000 


H 


1 


2 


160900 


84600 


247900 


F 


11 




164400 


55000 30000 


222700 


B 


24 







65200 


65200 


K 


129 




73900 


48000 


125800 


K 


172B 




24100 


63000 


88600 


B 


140 


2 


184400 


60000 


250200 


B 


31 


6 


241800 


73600 


317800 


H 


121 


1 


223800 


62200 


287000 


H 


6 




91500 


59300 


159200 


H 


73 




95600 


72800 


168900 


D 


106 


1 





66400 


66400 


D 


106 


2 





68000 


68000 


D 


107 


2 





63700 


63700 


C 


83 







1579 


1579 


M 


44 




100200 


61000 


161700 


E 


37 




99500 


80500 


181500 


K 


106 




68300 


47400 


116200 


K 


178 




58000 


47700 


107100 


F 


50 




86900 


56500 


153500 


M 


77 




111200 


64600 


179000 


M 


57 




97000 


55000 


156400 


A 


70 




63000 


69500 


162700 


A 


59 


1 


370000 


58019 


440219 


A 


31 


1 


540600 


104000 


651300 


A 


31 


02-01 





121500 


121500 


A 


31 


02-02 





118600 


118600 


A 


31 


02-03 





116900 


116900 


A 


10 




190000 


68800 


260900 


F 


168 




70600 


48000 


123000 


F 


167 




844600 


229800 


1111200 



111 



Owner Name 

SANDERS. RODNEY A 

SANDERS, RODNEY A 

SANDRA D HERTZKA 1990 TRUST 

SANTERRE, ELMER A 

SARGAVAKIAN, CAROLANNE 

SARGENT REV TRUST. KENNETH 

SARGENT. DONALD L 

SARGENT. JONATHAN N 

SAVAGE JR, HARLAND H 

SAVAGE SR. HARLAND H 

SAVAGE SR, HARLAND H 

SAWERS, JOHN 

SAWYER. JESSICA C 

SCALES. JENNIFER J 

SCHASTNY, CAROLINE 

SCHMIDT SR, DAVID M 

SCHNARE. CURTIS G 

SCHNEEMAN. CAROLINE 

SCHNEIDER. JOEL & CAROL 

SCHULTZ. C STANLEY 

SCHULTZ, THOMAS C 

SCHULZ. PETER D 

SCHWAB, RICHARD 

SCHWAB, RICHARD E & REBECCA L 

SCHWANKE, DAVID W. 

SCHWANKE, DAVID W. 

SCOTT, JEFFREY L 

SCRIPTER, HOLLY M 

SCRIPTER. JOHN A 

SECOND BENTLEY REALTY TRUST 

SECOND CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH 

SEETON JR, LELAND W 

SEKANINA, STEVEN M 

SENATOR DEVELOPMENT LLC 

SENATOR DEVELOPMENT LLC 

SENATOR DEVELOPMENT LLC 

SENATOR DEVELOPMENT LLC 

SENATOR DEVELOPMENT LLC 

SENATOR DEVELOPMENT LLC 

SENATOR DEVELOPMENT LLC 

SENATOR DEVELOPMENT LLC 

SENATOR DEVELOPMENT LLC 

SENATOR DEVELOPMENT LLC 

SENATOR DEVELOPMENT LLC 

SENATOR DEVELOPMENT LLC 

SEWASKY, BRIAN A 

SHANKLIN, F. GARRETT 

SHANKLIN, F. GARRETT 

SHANKLIN, NORMAN D 

SHANKLIN. NORMAN D 

SHARKEY, RICHARD L 

SHARKEY, RICHARD L 

SHEA, JOHN F 

SHEA, PATRICIA M 

SHEA. SAMUEL 

SHEPARDSON, JOHN 

SHEPPARD, RICHARD C 

SHERBURNE ESTATE, MAXWELL G 

SHOEMAKER LAND ASSOC LLC 

SHOEMAKER LAND ASSOC LLC 

SHOEMAKER LAND ASSOC LLC 

SILVA, ANNA M 

SIMS, CAROL E 

SIX MAPLE STREET REALTY TRUST 

SKELLY III. JOHN 

SKELLY REV TRUST, J F JR & E A 

SLOWIK, DONALD J 

SMART, DANIEL R 

SMENTKOWSKI RODNEY A 

SMITH REVOCABLE TRUST, ROY W 

SMITH, FREDERICK 

SMITH, HARRY R 

SMITH, JEAN E 



Map 


Lot 


Unit 


Bldg Value 


Land Value Exemptions 


Total Value 


F 


10 




234700 


42100 




295100 


F 


169 




302300 


69700 




375300 


C 


66 




123700 


66600 




212200 


J 


44 




77700 


57100 


50 


142200 


H 


34 




290300 


60000 


50 


350800 


H 


32 




123500 


79000 


50 


206000 


H 


91 




160400 


73200 




237000 


H 


30 




100200 


60000 




160200 


A 


26 




64700 


52600 




122000 


A 


27 




103900 


77031 


50 


201431 


A 


62 







13900 




13900 


D 


149 




135700 


58000 




194700 


H 


111 


10 


111300 


50200 




165100 


H 


2 


5 


197800 


65100 




265400 


C 


45 




35700 


54860 




92960 


J 


14 




82100 


52600 


50 


134700 


L 


15 




75300 


57000 




134800 


C 


46 




116100 


78400 




197200 


C 


23 


6 


195500 


61000 




259800 


M 


12 


1 


163900 


59700 




228000 


B 


127 


1 


190100 


60000 




250100 


M 


13 




109500 


64600 




177600 


F 


149 




130100 


59588 




207488 


F 


147 







57400 




57400 


H 


110 


2 


344300 


65921 




410221 


H 


110 


3 





64833 




64833 


F 


118 




138100 


52800 




194500 


M 


48 




99800 


61000 




162800 


D 


95 


24X 


112000 







112000 


H 


127 




508300 


64079 




578379 


J 


17 




468900 


57300 




549200 


J 


128 




102600 


48300 




152800 


B 


31 


11-03 


152100 


69600 




222500 


H 


54 







2400 




2400 


F 


98 




107600 


63972 




269272 


F 


95 







5096 




5096 


F 


129 







7384 




7684 


H 


54 


8 





1447 




1447 


H 


54 


7 





280 




280 


H 


54 


6 





66 




66 


H 


54 


5 





78 




78 


H 


54 


4 





281 




281 


H 


54 


3 





134 




134 


H 


54 


2 





70 




70 


H 


54 


1 





65 




65 


K 


112 




133900 


48000 




183000 


F 


113 







70800 




70800 


F 


109 







7380 




7380 


F 


117 


1 





60000 




60000 


F 


117 




635400 


64581 




703381 


F 


23 




187900 


54713 




261213 


F 


24 







1763 




1763 


B 


54 




242600 


65100 




312800 


K 


77 




80600 


38400 




121100 


K 


121 




126200 


52600 




183100 


B 


80 




124600 


61600 




187500 


M 


24 




183800 


66600 


50 


255300 


H 


81 







2360 




2360 


F 


93 


1 





1039 




1039 


F 


93 


3 





440 




440 


F 


93 


5 





781 




781 


K 


9 




55500 


38800 




94700 


L 


60 




63700 


48000 




111700 


J 


39 




154900 


50800 




210800 


L 


24 




89500 


60000 




153000 


L 


23 




174400 


61600 


50 


255200 


B 


31 


3 


237500 


76026 




320526 


E 


029X 




14300 







15100 


H 


134 


7 


230800 


60497 




292897 


D 


9 




124900 


61600 




190500 


K 


45 




64000 


47700 




113100 


C 


96 




106400 


75200 




189200 


D 


46 







60800 




60800 



112 



Owner Name 

SMITH, KENNETH & SHARI 
SMITH, KENNETH R 
SMITH, KEVIN L 
SMITH, RICHARD A 
SNART, BRIAN R 
SNVK, LLC 

SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION 
SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION 
SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION 
SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION 
SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION 
SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION 
SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION 
SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION 
SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION 
SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION 
SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION 
SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION 
SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION 
SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION 
SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION 
SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION 
SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION 
SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION 
SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION 
SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION 
SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION 
SOODAK, WILLIAM P & VICTORIA E 
SOUCY, KEVIN P 
SOUHEGAN WOOD PRODUCTS 
SOUHEGAN WOOD PRODUCTS 
SOVEREIGN BANK, S-BNK WILTON-L 
SOVEREIGN BANK, S-BNK WILTON-L 
SPEAR JR, ROBERT E 
SPENCE, JOHN T 
SPITTEL, ROBERT M 
SPITTEL, ROBERT M 
ST CLAIR, DOUGLAS P 
ST CLAIR, MICHAEL R 
ST ONGE, LINDA R 
ST PIERRE, LEER 
STACKPOLE, JOEL F 
STAITI, JACQUELINE 
STAPLEFELD, ERIC S 
STARKWEATHER, TIMOTHY 
STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 
STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 
STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 
STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE DOT 
STEALY, TIMOTHY 
STEARNS, HERBERT C 
STEARNS, JAMES W 
STEIN REVOCABLE TRUST, RANDI A 
STEINBERG, JOSEPH S 
STENERSON, PHILIP R 
STEVENS, JERE N 
STEVENS, MARK A 
STICKNEY, KENNETH C 
STITHAM, ZACHARY 
STONE REVOCABLE LAND TRUST 
STONE, ROY F 
STRAW, MATTHEW F 
STREETER, ELIZABETH J 
STROUT, CAROLYN B 
STUTZMAN, JEFFREY L 
SUKHAREV, ALEXIS 
SULLIVAN ET AL, DAVID B 
SULLIVAN ET AL, DAVID B 
SULLIVAN REAL ESTATE TRUST 
SULLIVAN REAL ESTATE TRUST 
SULLIVAN REAL ESTATE TRUST 
SULLIVAN REAL ESTATE TRUST 
SULLIVAN, BRIAN L 



Map 


Lot 


Unit 


Bldg Value 


Land Value 


Exemptions 


Total Value 


F 


42 


1 


39800 


54500 




94300 


H 


50 


1 


46900 


87600 




153100 


H 


50 


2 


125900 


51800 




178600 


A 


38 




86600 


98100 


50 


186000 


C 


15 




180000 


82300 




269000 


A 


6 







229600 




229600 


E 


9 







2660 




2660 


E 


38 







2944 




2944 


G 


8 







73 




73 


G 


7 







28 




28 


G 


20 







432 




432 


E 


46 







1573 




1573 


G 


2 







548 




548 


G 


19 







2057 




2057 


G 


32 







122 




122 


G 


16 







1875 




1875 


G 


17 







21 




21 


E 


39 







4027 




4027 


E 


40 







1319 




1319 


E 


43 







427 




427 


F 


156 







2847 




2847 


G 


38 







469 




469 


G 


41 







2017 




2017 


G 


40 







3781 




3781 


G 


9 




130400 


62325 




225825 


G 


43 







3056 




5956 


H 


83 


5 





5151 




5151 


L 


45 




64400 


38400 




106700 


K 


92 




143400 


48500 




193500 


K 


169 




198000 


60000 




284400 


K 


167 




9400 


2200 




27600 


J 


56 




278700 


61100 




339800 


J 


57 




283400 


60100 




431300 


B 


47 




113000 


60000 




185300 


J 


9 




85500 


49200 




140200 


D 


6 







800 




800 


C 


47 




192600 


70200 




273100 


A 


67 




79800 


55954 


50 


144754 


A 


67 


1 





41367 




41367 


B 


107 




71000 


51500 




122500 


E 


13 




119100 


62000 




184900 


D 


158 


4 


118800 


58400 




183900 


E 


14 


1 


229500 


68000 




301100 


J 


37 




162300 


47400 




210700 


K 


7 




14000 


56500 


50 


72400 


G 


14 







7400 




7400 


G 


18 







1800 




1800 


L 


46 







30500 




30500 


K 


166 







4600 




4600 


C 


12 




125400 


74000 




202800 


F 


68 




74100 


80900 


50 


155000 


B 


45 




122900 


55400 




178300 


E 


42 




284600 


55190 




377090 


A 


69 




253000 


88500 




369400 


C 


4 







3300 




3300 


B 


23 


2 


180800 


72400 




255500 


D 


82 


4 


123000 


59200 




182700 


B 


42 




139600 


57500 


50 


203600 


M 


12 


8 


254400 


67200 




323600 


M 


8 




118700 


61900 




193600 


M 


7 







61000 




61000 


D 


158 


8 


127200 


57100 




187700 


J 


20 




72600 


48500 




121100 


D 


95 


34X 


116600 







116600 


B 


31 


9 


171500 


79000 




254400 


H 


123 




373700 


61186 




469786 


D 


140 


2 


169600 


64200 




244700 


D 


8 







844 




844 


D 


139 







667 




667 


D 


138 







101 




101 


D 


10 







17 




17 


D 


140 


1 





4427 




4427 


C 


111 




133400 


57500 




207200 



113 



Owner Name 


Map 


Lot 


Unit 


Bldg Value 


Land Value Exemptions 


Total Value 


SULLIVAN, C WILSON 


J 


60 




80700 


61100 


141800 


SULLIVAN, GARRET J 


F 


70 




117200 


66600 


200900 


SULLIVAN, JOSEPH B 


H 


67 




419100 


64395 


489695 


SULLIVAN, KENNETH J 


C 


64 




496900 


72500 


629300 


SUMA REALTY TRUST 


K 


171 




53100 


61400 


114500 


SWATKO, MICHAEL A 


C 


88 


2 


184200 


65900 


255500 


SWEENEY, JOHN F 


B 


31 


12 


271100 


85200 


357900 


SWEENEY, PAUL M 


D 


123 




148400 


55000 


206500 


SWEEZY, PAUL & ALAN 


F 


22 







7181 


7181 


SWEEZY, PAUL & ALAN 


D 


142 




254800 


83668 


387668 


SWEEZY, PAUL & ALAN 


D 


14 







5235 


5235 


SWEEZY, PAUL & ALAN 


D 


11 







204 


204 


SWEEZY, PAUL & ALAN 


D 


2 







1747 


1747 


SWEEZY, PAUL & ALAN 


D 


43 







2883 


2883 


SWISHER. RONALD G 


H 


131 




100400 


56300 50 


158500 


SZEWCZYK, TODD 


H 


2 


1 


178400 


60000 


238400 


TALISMAN PROPERTIES LLC 


F 


12 


5 





1984 


1984 


TALISMAN PROPERTIES LLC 


F 


12 


2 





82800 


82800 


TALISMAN PROPERTIES LLC 


F 


12 


6 





97100 


97100 


TALISMAN PROPERTIES LLC 


F 


12 


3 





2712 


2712 


TALLARICO LIVING TRUST 


G 


33 







306 


306 


TALLARICO LIVING TRUST 


G 


34 




33100 


58000 


91100 


TALLARICO. JOHN K 


G 


35 


1 


94000 


61409 


164109 


TALLARICO, LESLIE 


G 


35 




194000 


88911 50 


292611 


TALLARICO, LESLIE 


G 


35 


2 





508 


508 


TALLARICO, LESLIE 


G 


31 







59322 


73722 


TATUM. PATRICIA M 


K 


30 




155200 


46100 


202300 


TAYLOR, DON 


A 


60 







6 


6 


TAYl OR, DON 


A 


58 


6 





3779 


3779 


TAYLOR, DON 


A 


61 







1311 


1311 


TAYLOR. DON 


C 


29 







2728 


2728 


TAYLOR, DON 


C 


32 







1109 


1109 


TAYLOR, DON 


A 


68 







2821 


2821 


TAYLOR, DON 


A 


64 







1295 


1295 


TAYLOR, DON 


A 


59 


2 





58893 


58893 


TAYLOR, NELSON H 


H 


33 




110200 


60000 


170500 


TEGER, JONATHAN B 


D 


116 




148000 


66000 


223700 


TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS 


J 


101 




48300 


61000 


111600 


TESTA REVOC. TRUST, GILBERT E 


M 


45 







13400 


13400 


TESTA REVOC TRUST, GILBERT E 


M 


40 




97100 


61000 50 


160300 


TESTA, DIANE R 


M 


61 




128100 


61900 


190000 


TETREAULT, ROLAND R 


J 


93 




101300 


28400 50 


130700 


THERIAULT, ARMAND J 


J 


12 




78800 


55000 50 


142500 


THIBAULT, MARK P 


M 


12 


2 


124800 


58300 


187300 


THIBAULT, VANCE ARTHUR 


H 


29 


3 


136800 


60000 


200500 


THOMAS, GREGORY W 


K 


3 




97600 


46100 


144800 


THOMAS, HEIDI A 


D 


95 


38X 


115700 





115700 


THOMAS, RICKY M 


K 


11 




61300 


40000 


103200 


THOMPSON JR REVOCABLE TRUST, L 


H 


72 




410000 


72000 


510200 


THOMPSON, ARCHIE 


D 


23 







1200 


1200 


THOMPSON, ARCHIE 


D 


24 




100800 


55500 


165600 


THOMPSON, CHRISTOPHER D 


B 


82 




27200 


44800 


72000 


THOMPSON, MARK W 


A 


58 


5 


116700 


56928 


207328 


THOMPSON, RICHARD F 


D 


19 


4 


207600 


69900 


283800 


THOMPSON, SCOTT A 


D 


25 




115500 


61600 


188300 


THOMPSON, TERRI LEE 


F 


61 




14800 


35500 


50300 


TIEDEMANN, CHRISTINE 


B 


25 




75200 


56500 


134600 


TIERNEY JR., DAVID B 


M 


55 




104400 


61900 50 


169000 


TIGHE, JOHN F 


K 


74 




65500 


47500 


114600 


TIGHE, MARTHA R 


K 


75 




81500 


48500 


135600 


TORRE. JOSEPH F 


A 


4 


1 


136300 


76800 50 


232300 


TORRE. JOSEPH F 


A 


5 







235200 


235200 


TOTH, ROBERT 


D 


95 


09X 


113000 





113000 


TOWNSEND JR, C. JOHN 


D 


95 


29X 


116100 





116100 


TOWNSEND, PATRICIA A 


D 


19 


5 


135700 


71300 


210800 


TOWSEND, GREGORY S 


B 


31 


10 


316700 


91000 


412000 


TRAVIS, STEPHEN E 


D 


63 




148300 


59500 


212200 


TRAVIS-GOODWIN, MELISSA 


H 


1 


1 


238400 


91400 


331200 


TREMBLAY, RANDAL P 


H 


107 


4 


167200 


61000 


236500 


TROIO KEVIN M & JANET M 


B 


21 


4 





61000 


61000 


TROW, DONNA L 


D 


52 




107700 


61100 


184900 


TUCKER, PETER M 


D 


38 




74800 


50000 


125300 


TUOMALA, DAWN 


K 


172A 




66700 


63000 


131200 



114 



1 

Owner Name 


Map 


Lot 


Unit Bldg Value 


Land Value Exemptions 


Total Value 


TUOMALA, DAWN 


A 


71 


1 129200 


68155 




210255 


TURGEON, RICHARD C 


B 


116 


90700 


40000 




135100 


TUTTLE JR, RICHARD R 


F 


32 





60800 




60800 


TUTTLE JR. RICHARD R 


F 


30 


87000 


58500 




146000 


TUTTLE JR, RICHARD R 


F 


29 


85400 


51600 




152400 


TUTTLE JR, RICHARD R 


F 


47 


119100 


52600 




184100 


! TUTTLE REV TRUST, LORRAINE D 


F 


53 


99400 


50000 


50 


152700 


i TUTTLE REV TRUST, LORRAINE D 


F 


51 


123900 


56000 




181900 


TUTTLE TRUST, EDNA L 


F 


8 


95700 


46800 




150600 


TUTTLE TRUST, EDNA L 


F 


7 





50200 




50200 


TUTTLE, JAMES A 


M 


30 


191600 


61000 




255100 


TUTTLE, JAMES A 


G 


6 





2450 




2450 


ri TUTTLE, JOANNE S 


J 


66 





48000 




55000 


TUTTLE, LEROY V 


F 


16 





70900 




70900 


TUTTLE, LEROY V 


F 


19 


115400 


162800 


50 


290700 


TUTTLE, LEROY V 


E 


18 





17000 




17000 


TWO M CONSTRUCTION, LLC 


F 


6 


2 


54700 




54700 


J TYLER, JAMES K 


K 


164 


72700 


26500 




100100 


j TYLER, WALLACE S 


C 


91 





52800 




52800 


UHLMAN, KEVIN J 


H 


60 


1 


245 




245 


UHLMAN, KEVIN J 


H 


59 


150000 


66043 




247443 


UMENHOFER, MARK R 


D 


115 


113000 


50000 


50 


167100 


UNIT 27 REALTY TRUST 


D 


95 


27X 114000 







114000 


UNSWORTH, MICHAEL T 


C 


121 


2 111900 


77700 




202200 


UPTON REVOCABLE TRUST, LUCILLE 


F 


9 


73400 


44800 




126300 


USSELMAN, LUANN 


H 


125 


120300 


60000 




188000 


USSERY, JOSEPH E 


K 


98 


73400 


48300 




125600 


USURIELLO, CHARLES A 


B 


43 


85100 


56500 


50 


143600 


I VACCARO, DIANNA L 


A 


39 


02X 97600 







103600 


VADIUM REALTY CORP. 


E 


27 





81900 




81900 


I VALENTE, SEBASTIAN 


B 


145 





80000 




80000 


1 VALIN, DAVID J 


H 


111 


8 197600 


52500 




254200 


VALLEY, MICHELLA A 


G 


10 


132500 


69000 




223000 


;, VALLIER, MARCIA L 


D 


57 


109000 


66900 




189000 


1 VAN KANAN, MICHAEL & IRENE 


A 


37 





93400 




93400 


VANDENBURGH, DOUGLAS W 


A 


47 


3 266500 


61596 




331096 


VANDER-HEYDEN REV TR. HELENA E 


A 


43 


144600 


76100 




227300 


I VANDERHEYDEN, PAUL 


F 


83 


1 130800 


75600 




207400 


1 VANDER-HEYDEN, SCOTT A 


F 


93 


6 165200 


73100 




240500 


I VANDERSPURT, ROBERT F 


B 


150 


122800 


63000 




195200 


1 VANDERWOUDE, KEVIN D 


J 


3 


78300 


50800 




129600 


1 VANDYKE, ROBERT B 


G 


13 





27500 




27500 


1 VANDYKE, ROBERT B 


G 


12 





3000 




3000 


1 VANETTI, EDWARD 


H 


29 


8 88100 


64000 




164700 


[ VANWINKLE, GERALD A 


M 


93 


149800 


49600 


50 


200400 


1 VARGISH, ALICE E 


J 


87 


118400 


55000 




174700 


j VARGISH, ALICE E 


J 


141 





12500 




12500 


1 VARNEY, CURTIS 


L 


41 


92400 


38800 




132800 


j VEACH. WILLIAM W 


D 


95 


42X 115700 







115700 


[ VICKERS-KILGORE. JILL M 


K 


87 


73400 


47700 




123600 


1 VIGNEAULT, CHRISTIAAN A 


B 


62 


189100 


57000 




258800 


| VIGNEAULT. JAMES 


B 


143 


71200 


58500 




135500 


\ VINCENT, GERARD 


C 


144 


93300 


48500 


50 


144600 


I VINTON JR, HOWARD S 


H 


132 


121200 


60536 


50 


205736 


E VISCO, ALPHONSE 


B 


58 


104100 


58000 


50 


164400 


| VOLZ, BRADFORD 


A 


14 


181600 


62378 




253678 


j WADLEIGH, JANET 


M 


43 


94500 


61000 


50 


156000 


| WADLEIGH, MICHAEL R 


H 


87 


1 130900 


72000 




214500 


1 WAGNER, THERESE S 


D 


45 


209600 


71700 




295100 


1 WALKER, CARL D 


H 


107 


2 202700 


78319 




292519 


1 WALKER, WILLIAM B 


H 


82 





1238 




1238 


| WALSH, SHAWN P 


H 


57 


1 221300 


61300 




286400 


1 WASSELL FAMILY TRUST 


J 


86 





3900 




3900 


1 WASSELL FAMILY TRUST 


J 


90 


87300 


67300 




157600 


1 WASSELL FAMILY TRUST 


D 


156 





2400 




2400 


[ WASSELL FAMILY TRUST 


D 


155 





2400 




2400 


1 WATERMAN JR, THEORDORE 


B 


125 


214600 


72000 




286800 


WATERS, JANET R 


B 


134 


90400 


62800 




155100 


j WATTS REVOCABLE TRUST, EARL W 


C 


30 





1859 




1859 


1 WATTS REVOCABLE TRUST, EARL W 


C 


28 


126700 


93893 


50 


242693 


1 WATTS REVOCABLE TRUST, EARL W 


C 


27 





2375 




2375 


1 WEBB, GARY M 


F 


75 


99900 


66000 




166400 


| WEBBER, GEORGE G 


C 


120 


118600 


75600 




201900 



115 



Owner Name 

WEEKS, MICHAEL 

WEINERT, LAWRENCE R & CARRIE A 

WEINZIMMER, RUSSEL D 

WEISER, BENJAMIN W 

WEISSFLOG, MARK P 

WELLS. DOUGLAS G 

WELLS, LYNDA J 

WELLS, LYNDA J 

WELLS, RONALD A & BONNIE 

WESTBROOK, GEORGE 

WETHERBEE SR.. CHARLES B 

WHALEN, HELEN W 

WHALEN, HELEN W 

WHALEN, WILLIAM W 

WHARTON, LESLIE A 

WHATMOUGH, JOHN T & RUTH A 

WHEELER, CATHERINE C 

WHITCOMB REVOCABLE TRUST, MAUD 

WHITCOMB REVOCABLE TRUST, MAUD 

WHITEHILL, MARK H 

WHITING HILL LLC 

WHITNEY SR, ERNEST T 

WHITNEY, EDNA M 

WHITNEY, EDNA M 

WHITNEY, ERIC N 

WHITNEY, MARCIA J 

WHITNEY, RICHARD A 

WIER, JAMES H 

WIER, JAMES H 

WILBERT, GWEN E 

WILEY. MARY J 

WILKINSON, PAULA D 

WILKINSON, PAULA D 

WILSON BARBARA 

WILSON JR, KENNETH J 

WILTON CENTER TENNIS CLUB 

WILTON CONG OF JEHOVAH WITNESS 

WILTON MAIN STREET ASSOCIATION 

WILTON MAIN STREET ASSOCIATION 

WILTON MASONIC TEMPLE 

WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 

WILTON TELEPHONE COMPANY 

WILTON TELEPHONE COMPANY 

WILTON, TOWN OF 

WILTON, TOWN OF 

WILTON, TOWN OF 

WILTON, TOWN OF 

WILTON, TOWN OF 

WILTON, TOWN OF 

WILTON, TOWN OF 

WILTON, TOWN OF 

WILTON, TOWN OF 

WILTON, TOWN OF 

WILTON, TOWN OF 

WILTON, TOWN OF 

WILTON, TOWN OF 

WILTON, TOWN OF 

WILTON, TOWN OF 

WILTON, TOWN OF 

WILTON, TOWN OF 

WILTON, TOWN OF 

WILTON, TOWN OF 

WILTON, TOWN OF 

WILTON, TOWN OF 

WILTON, TOWN OF 

WILTON, TOWN OF 

WILTON, TOWN OF 

WILTON, TOWN OF 

WILTON, TOWN OF 

WILTON, TOWN OF 

WILTON, TOWN OF 

WILTON, TOWN OF 

WILTON, TOWN OF 



ap 


Lot 


Unit Bldg Value 


Land Value Exemptions 


Total Value 


C 


10 


178300 


46016 


226116 


H 


36 


119700 


57000 


179100 


H 


42 


7 147200 


56013 


203213 


M 


67 


127200 


61900 


192500 


K 


21 


169000 


49200 


219200 


D 


121 


94900 


55000 


153600 


A 


46 


111300 


64000 


175900 


A 


50 





11800 


17900 


H 


29 


4 100000 


60000 


160500 


A 


39 


04X 143300 





144100 


J 


45 


65600 


56000 


121600 


L 


16 





12100 


12100 


L 


17 


18600 


48000 


73400 


F 


164 


81000 


47600 50 


130800 


D 


158 


2 138100 


57700 


200600 


B 


21 


2 


98300 


98300 


K 


25 


89300 


48000 


148700 


F 


39 





47400 


49100 


F 


40 


70400 


50800 


130100 


H 


78 


101100 


66503 


169003 


D 


84 





16140 


16140 


K 


144 


70600 


38800 50 


109600 


C 


8 





81700 


81700 


F 


38 


78100 


57500 


135600 


D 


126 


129300 


73200 


205800 


L 


36 


81300 


37900 


120200 


C 


9 


9400 


57000 


71200 


D 


48 


131900 


61200 


210100 


D 


49 





60924 


60924 


H 


83 


3 166800 


57500 


233800 


H 


102 


118900 


59500 


181700 


A 


4 


3 


2500 


2500 


A 


4 


2 404200 


156500 


586500 


H 


111 


3 119700 


48600 


175300 


H 


68 


246200 


56147 


306147 


C 


69 





55400 


82400 


C 


102 


1 383400 


154000 


562600 


J 


105 


233000 


61700 


336300 


J 


48 





63000 


63000 


J 


67 


154500 


59700 


214200 


K 


14 


1334000 


185100 


1539000 


J 


64 


61100 


62100 


123200 


J 


64 


1X 173500 





174000 


F 


158 





97100 


97100 


H 


122 





83400 


83400 


K 


64 





62800 


62800 


B 


157 





8000 


8000 


C 


116 





6100 


6100 


B 


130 





15000 


15000 


D 


98 





1000 


1000 


D 


103 





57600 


57600 


K 


136 





600 


600 


K 


139 





400 


400 


K 


147 





400 


400 


D 


87 





82200 


82200 


D 


89 





173500 


173500 


K 


138 





1900 


1900 


K 


64 


1 


61200 


61200 


F 


157 





62400 


65800 


J 


41 


354100 


63000 


437700 


J 


42 





63000 


63000 


J 


61 





62100 


62100 


J 


68 


364600 


65700 


433100 


K 


62 


239700 


65000 


306200 


L 


40 





300 


300 


L 


47 





113600 


113600 


L 


52 





4000 


4000 


D 


91 


104500 


57300 


168400 


D 


88 





7276 


7276 


D 


77 





75600 


75600 


D 


33 





47000 


47600 


D 


15 





2100 


2100 


D 


13 





28700 


28700 



116 



Owner Name 

WILTON, TOWN OF 
WILTON, TOWN OF 
WILTON, TOWN OF 
WILTON, TOWN OF 
WILTON, TOWN OF 
WILTON, TOWN OF 
; WILTON, TOWN OF 
WILTON, TOWN OF 
WILTON, TOWN OF 
WILTON, TOWN OF 
WILTON, TOWN OF 
WILTON, TOWN OF 
WILTON, TOWN OF 
WILTON, TOWN OF 
WILTON, TOWN OF 
WILTON, TOWN OF 

WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH CO-OP DIST 
WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH VOLUNTEER 
WINTHROP III, MILES V 
WISAN, JANE 
WISNIEWSKI, MICHAEL 
WITLON TELEPHONE COMPANY 
WOHLGEMUTH, DANIEL F 
WOHLGEMUTH, DANIEL F 
WOOD REVOCABLE TRUST, DOROTHY 
WOOD, EDWARD J 
WOODBURY, N. BEVERLY 
WOODWARD, PAMELA 
WOODWARD, PAMELA 
WOODWORTH, MICHAEL P 
WOOLEVER, NANCY U 
WORCESTER & CULLINAN 
WORCESTER, MARK W 
WORTHEN, GAIL J. 
WRIGHT, DAVID A & DIANE L 
WRIGHT, DAVID A. 
WRIGHT, DIANE L 
WRIGHT, GLENN S 
WRIGHT, WILL 
WRIGHT, WINFIELD D 
WROE, EILEEN C 
WRONA, JAN 
WYLIE, STELLA A 
YANDELL, CHARLES D 
YATES, ROBERT C 
YGGDRASIL LAND FOUNDATION INC 
YOOK, VINCENT 
YORK RIVER, LLC 
YORK RIVER, LLC 
YOUNG, ANN MARIE 
YOUNG, GERTRUDE 
YOUNG, PETER F 
YOUNG, SALLY J 
YOUNG, STANLEY T 
YURCAK JR, JOHN M. & ANNE M.W. 
YURCAK, STEPHEN P 
ZAGORITES, BRIAN S 
ZAHAR, JOHN 
ZAIGER, DANIEL 
ZAMOISKI, ANDREW B. 
ZAVGREN, JOHN R 
ZAVGREN, JOHN R 
ZIELIE, MICHAEL J 
ZILINSKI, VITO P 
ZUBER, WALTER S 
ZUBER, WALTER S 



Map 


Lot 


Unit 


Bldg Value 


Land Value Exemptions 


Total Value 


D 


7 







75500 


98900 


B 


7 







85600 


120400 


C 


80 







14300 


14300 


D 


104 




204000 


185900 


411200 


J 


102 







6000 


6000 


E 


15 







4300 


4300 


G 


21 







33800 


33800 


B 


16 







17600 


17600 


F 


4 







12000 


12000 


L 


25 


1 





64000 


64000 


J 


104 


1 


307900 


140900 


466800 


F 


81 


1 





59700 


260200 


D 


102 


1 





2400 


3600 


E 


23 







2884 


2884 


B 


23 


3 





84000 


84000 


E 


14 


3 





600 


600 


J 


135 




4557100 


492800 


5320200 


B 


117 




97600 


75300 


178000 


D 


16 




123600 


55000 


188800 


C 


139 




76900 


48000 


125400 


H 


42 


5 


158200 


56190 


218290 


J 


100 




23800 


61600 


90800 


H 


23 




125800 


53049 


184849 


H 


21 


2 





480 


480 


M 


12 


3 


172300 


57700 


232500 


J 


94 




116900 


30000 


149700 


D 


95 


15X 


116100 





116100 


L 


6 







12900 


12900 


L 


7 




104000 


47500 


152000 


K 


148 




67600 


34500 


102100 


H 


134 


2 


213500 


61700 


280100 


J 


51 




90700 


61600 


154600 


K 


156 




110800 


49200 


161300 


A 


34 




573000 


71100 


691100 


K 


111 




125200 


47700 


172900 


B 


31 


4 





66200 


66200 


B 


31 


13 





72000 


72000 


M 


51 




94100 


61000 


156100 


D 


125 




189500 


134800 


325000 


C 


48 




117400 


82100 50 


210700 


H 


16 




206000 


62516 


271716 


K 


101 




115400 


38400 


155800 


K 


163 




80900 


27900 50 


109300 


K 


137 




137400 


50000 


189200 


H 


111 


9 


112000 


50700 


169200 


H 


112 







12515 


12515 


A 


73 




497700 


90150 


612850 


C 


35 







65482 


86782 


C 


53 







2408 


54308 


M 


27 




127800 


63100 


191700 


K 


132 




57100 


37900 20000 


95000 


B 


123 







2280 


2280 


K 


100 




76200 


36600 


113300 


B 


124 




320800 


60495 


386095 


H 


84 




205000 


107000 


319400 


H 


83 


2 


126300 


56582 


193682 


B 


31 


5 


218700 


87000 


307200 


M 


52 




103200 


61900 


169500 


H 


55 


1 


77200 


55500 


148000 


K 


70 




71000 


45800 


117300 


C 


126 







3000 


3000 


C 


136 




290100 


88900 


390300 


C 


87 




176400 


67900 


245700 


H 


86 


2 


41200 


63200 50 


111000 


H 


83 


1 


171600 


83400 


258300 


H 


83 


4 





57500 


57500 



117 



ANNUAL REPORT 



of the 



School District Officers 



For the Town of 



WILTON 
NEW HAMPSHIRE 



Year Ending June 30, 2003 



INDEX 
WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 



Administrator's Report S7 

Auditors' Report S17 

Budget Comparison S24 

Expend itures S 1 9 

Health Service Report S14 

Projected Revenues S33 

SAU #63 Budget S10 

School Board's Budget S25 

School District Officers. S1 

School Treasurer's Report S16 

Special Education Director's Report S8 

Special Education Expenditures S23 

Staff S12 

Statement of Analysis of Changes in Fund Equity S22 

Statement of Revenues S1 8 

Statistics S15 

Title I Director's Report S9 

Synopsis of 2003 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.Tricia Longmoore 

Ms. Doris Boutwell 
Ms. Carlene Brown 



2004 

2004 

2004 

2004 
2004 



SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS 



Chairman: 
Secretary: 



Mr. Gilbert P. Hargrove 
Mr. Edward Popek 
Mrs. Joyce Fisk 



2004 
2006 
2005 



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 9, 2004 

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 Ninth Day of March 2004 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 2004. 



Joyce Fisk 



A true copy attest 



Gilbert P. Hargrove 
SCHOOL BOARD 



Edward Popek 



SCHOOL BOARD 



S2. 



STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT WARRANT 

FOR ANNUAL DISTRICT MEETING ON MARCH 1 1 , 2004 

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 11, 2004 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 9, 2004. 

6. To hear reports of agents, auditors, committees, or officers chosen, 
and to pass any vote relating thereto. 



7. To see if the Wilton School District will vote to raise and appropriate the 
sum of two million five hundred fifty-one thousand, one hundred ten 
dollars ($2,551,1 10.00) for the support of schools, for the payment of 
salaries for the district officials and agents, and for the payment of 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 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: 

Year Estimated Cost 

2004-2005 $46,717.00 

2005-2006 $44,778.00 

(net cost after insurance savings) 

2006-2007 $45,725.00 

(net cost after insurance savings) 

and further to raise and appropriate the sum of forty-six thousand seven 
hundred seventeen dollars ($46,717.00) for the 2004-05 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). 

S3. 



To see if the Wilton School District, if article 8 is defeated, will authorize 
the governing body to call one special meeting, at its option, to address 
article 8 cost items only? (Recommended by the School Board - 
Recommended by the Budget Committee). 



1 0. To see if the Wilton School District will raise and appropriate the sum of 
up to twenty thousand dollars ($20,000.00) to be added to the school 
district building and 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, 2004. (Recommended by 
the School Board - Recommended by the Budget Committee). 



11. To transact any other business that may legally come before this meeting; 



GIVEN UNDER OUR HANDS AT SAID WILTON THIS DAY OF 

FEBRUARY 2004. 



Joyce Fisk Gilbert P. Hargrove Edward Popek 

SCHOOL BOARD 

A true copy attest 



SCHOOL BOARD 



S4. 



STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 



WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT WARRANT 
FOR ANNUAL DISTRICT MEETING - MARCH 13, 2003 

Moderator Richard Rockwood called the meeting to order at 7:30 PM. The warrant was read as posted 
beginning with Article 6. 

Joyce Fisk 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 Heffernan, Principal 

Janet Folger, Special Education Director 
Edward Popek seconded the motion. The motion passed by voice vote. 

ARTICLE 6 

Joyce Fisk moved that the District vote to approve the reports of agents, committees, or officers chosen, be 
accepted as printed in the School District Report. Edward Popek seconded the motion. By voice vote the 
article passed. 

ARTICLE 7 

Joyce Fisk moved that the District 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 
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. Gilbert Hargrove 
seconded the motion The article passed by voice vote with no discussion 

ARTICLE 8 

Gilbert Hargrove moved that The Wilton School District 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 amounts to be funded from the year 
end undesignated fund balance available on July 1, 2003. Joyce Fisk seconded the motion. Richard 
Greeley asked for an explanation of Article 8 & Article 10. Joyce Fisk explained the purpose of the two- 
reserve account and reported the balance of both accounts. The article passed by voice vote. 

ARTICLE 9 

Edward Popek moved that the district vote to discontinue the ADA Building Modification Capital Reserve 
Fund established in 1988. Said fund, with accumulated interest to date of withdrawal, is to be transferred to 
the School District's General Fund. Joyce Fisk seconded the motion. Ingrid Howard asked for the figure 
in said account The actual account balance was $2,9 1 1 .30. The article passed by voice vote. 

ARTICLE 10 

Edward Popek moved the Wilton School District vote to raise and appropriate the sum of up to three 
thousand dollars ($3,000.00) to be added to the School District Building and 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. The article passed by voice vote with no 
discussion. 



S5. 



ARTICLE 11 

Gilbert Hargrove moved that the Wilton School District 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 the current s taffin g levels paid in the current fiscal year. 
Edward Popek seconded the motion. The article passed by voice vote with no discussion. 

ARTICLE 12 

Gilbert Hargrove moved that the Wilton School District if article 1 1 was defeated, authorize the governing 
body to call one special meeting, at its option, to address Article #11 cost items only. Edward Popek 
seconded the motion. The purpose of this article was explained 

Gilbert Hargrove then motioned to table the article. Joyce Fisk seconded the motion. The article passed by 
voice vote. 

ARTICLE 13 

To transact any other business that may legally come before the meeting. A motion to adjourn was moved 
by Stuart Draper, seconded by Jerry Greene. The meeting adjourned at 7:50 PM. 



Respectfully submitted. 




y * . l. >y £~&*~-kz*s**=ts^- 




Kelly Eshback 




Acting Clerk 




Election results March 1 1, 2003 




School Board Member - Edward Popek 403 




Moderator - Richard Rockwood 


477 


Treasurer - Tricia Longmoore 


418 


Clerk - Jane Farrell 


5 (to be determined) 



Kelly Eshback 3 (to be determined) 
John Hutchinson 2(to be determined) 
Auditors -John Hutchinson 5(to be determined) 

Carlene Brown 3(to be determined) 
Doris Boutwell 3 (to be determined) 



S6. 



Florence Rideout Elementary School 
School Year 2002-2003 



The 2002-2003 school year opened with a student enrollment of 318 children. 
New teachers who joined us this year were George Zink, Grade Four; Jeanette 
D'Entremont, Grade Six; Audrey Mailhot, Special Education; and Susan Sullivan, 
Special Education. 

Professional growth activities continued to play an important role throughout 
the school year. Our early release days allowed our teachers to participate in programs 
designed to enhance their teaching strategies in all areas of the curriculum. Teachers 
from Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative and Lyndeborough Central also participated in 
the programs. 

School activities offered during the year provided our students with many 
enriching experiences. Several music programs were presented under the direction of 
our Music Teacher, Mrs. Sharon Knotts. The Wilton Sparklers performed several times 
during the year at school and in the community. Our Drama Club, under the direction of 
Gary Randlett, Sophie Merrill, and Liz Robbins, presented the play, "Aladdin". This 
production was the result of several months of preparation with wonderful support from 
our community. Our Artist in Resident this year was Regina Delaney, an Irish Harper, 
Singer, and Dancer. At the conclusion of this weeklong residency, children and parents 
participated in an evening of Irish music and dance. 

The fourth grade "Adopt- A-Salmon" Program was recognized by the U.S. Fish 
and Wildlife Service as an exemplary program. The children and teachers participated in 
a nationally televised broadcast in October. 

Our Parent-Teacher Organization was again very active. Family oriented 
programs were held throughout the year. Fund raising efforts supported numerous school 
programs and field trips. We are very fortunate to have such a supportive organization. 



Edmund T. Heffernan, 
Principal 



S7. 



SPECIAL EDUCATION ANNUAL REPORT 

2002-2003 



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 I 
classroom modifications, attendance in a Resource Room or language based program, 
participation in the Life Skills program, behavioral, physical, occupational or speech 
therapy. 

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 j 
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 Jul) 
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 350+ 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. 

In follow-up to the special education program approved and reviewed last year, an action 
plan was developed. As a result of that, a new Special Education Manual was developed 
and the SAU has updated forms. 

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, 
speced63@tellink.net . 



Janet Folger, Special Education Director 



S8. 



TITLE I REPORT 
WILTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT 

At the end of the 02 - 03 school year, Florence Rideout Elementary School lost about 
fifty percent of its Title I funding. As a result, the school now has only one tutor for its Title I 
program. The program provides supplemental instruction for students in grades two through 
six. These students receive 90 minutes of Title I instructional time, per week, that addresses 
each student's area(s) of assessed needs. A teacher and director and secretarial services are 
employed by the Wilton grant. Teaching services are targeted on language arts and math. 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 1 - 8, who 
score below the fiftieth percentile (basic level). The project integrates language arts lower 
level skills of phonics, grammar, capitalization, sight words, punctuation, vocabulary, study 
skHts, spelling, and math 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 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, Story Form, 
Report Form, and Linguistics; writing and vocabulary skills; and brain-based learning. We 
also offer staff development opportunities to all supervisory union instructional staff. Our 
curriculum is aligned with the district's and state's curriculum and state testing. 

Every year, Title I students take part in a writing project which becomes a part of our 
Parents Night Celebration. This year, students studied new poetry forms and wrote poems to 
share with their parents. During the Celebration, parents had a chance to try the writing skills 
that their children had been learning and had an opportunity to participate in our Book Swap 
(Bring one; take one.). Some WLC students joined us to share parts of their new poetry 
publication, the WLC SCRAPBOOK, that was being published at the high school that year. Their 
message to the Title I students was to keep on writing poetry. It was an interesting and 
entertaining evening for everyone. 

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 
October 30, 2003 



S9. 



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 2, 2003 
in the library at Mascenic Regional High School, New Ipswich, NH at 7:00 PM. 

(Snow date to be Thursday, December 4, 2003) 

School Administrative Unit No. 63 includes the school districts of Wilton, Lyndeborough, 
Wilton-Lyndeborough and Mascenic Regional. 

Gretchen Dunn, Chair - SAU Board 



Preliminary Budget 

Office of the Superintendent 
Special Education Administration 
Business Services 
Maintenance/Rental 
Psychologist Services 
Speech Services 
OT and PT Services 
Misc. SPED Grant Services 
Title I 
A.B.E. 

Total Budget: 

Minus Anticipated Federal Funding 

Minus Application of Unreserved Fund Balance 

Amount to be shared by districts: 



2004-2005 



269,619 
234,601 
171,669 

27,049 
110,854 
128,214 
138,552 
115,795 
264,659 

11,494 

1,472,506 

538,860 

50,000 

883,646 



Apportionment to Districts 
Proposed 2004-2005 Budget 





Eq. Val. 


Val. 


2002-03 


Combined 


District 




Districts: 


2002 


% 


Pupils 


% 


Share 




Wilton 


172,562,608 


19.4 


302.8 


16.4 


70,489 

48,443 

5,864 

19,424 


SAU 

SPED 

speech 

O.T./P.T. 










Total 


144,220 




Lyndeborough 


60,137,563 


6.8 


112.7 


5.9 


25,359 

22,567 

2,111 

18,129 


SAU 

SPED 

speech 

O.T./P.T. 










Total 


68,166 




WL Coop 


199,983,766 


22.4 


366.6 


19.3 


82,954 

59,575 

1,408 

9,711 


SAU 

SPED 

speech 

O.T./P.T. 










Total 


153,648 




Mascenic 


458,460,329 


51.4 


1480.4 


58.4 


251,011 

170,301 

14,074 

82,226 


SAU 

SPED 

speech 

O.T./P.T. 










Total 


517,612 




Totals 


891,144,266 


100.00% 


2262.5 


100.00% 


883.646 





S10. 



School Administrative Unit No. 63 Apportionment 
Based on the Proposed 2004-2005 Budget 

Basis for Apportionment of Costs Among School Districts - RSA 194-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. 



2004-2005 Apportionment of Districts 





2002 




2002-03 




Average 


2004-05 


District 


Eq.Valuation 


Ratio 


ADM 


Ratio 


Ratio 


Net Budget 


Wilton 


172,562,608 


19.4% 


302.8 


13.4% 


16.4% 


70,489 


Lyndeborough 


60,137,563 


6.8% 


112.7 


5.0% 


5.9% 


25,359 


WL Coop 


199,983,766 


22.4% 


366.6 


16.2% 


19.3% 


82,954 


Mascenic 


458,460,329 


51 .4% 


1480.4 


65.4% 


58.4% 


251,011 




891,144,266 


100.0% 


2262.5 


100.0% 


100.0% 


429,813 






2003-04 


2003-04 


2004-05 


2004-05 






District 


Ratio 


Net Budget 


Ratio 


Budget 






Wilton 


16.5% 


66,063 


16.4% 


70,489 






Lyndeborough 


6.8% 


27,226 


5.9% 


25,359 






WL Coop 


18.6% 


74,471 


19.3% 


82,954 






Mascenic 


58.1% 


232.623 


58.4% 


251,011 





100.0% 



400,384 100.0% 429,813 



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Budget 


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16.1% 


48,443 


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31 


7.5% 


22,567 


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82 


19.8% 


59,575 


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235 


56.6% 


170,301 



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S12 



FLORENCE RIDEOUT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SUPPORT STAFF 2003-2004 



LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


POSITION 


BECKETT 


ANGELA 


AIDE-SPECIAL EDUCATION 


CAREY 


WILLIAM 


CUSTODIAN - PART TIME 


CARR 


THOMAS 


CUSTODIAN 


CARTER 


DAVID 


CUSTODIAN 


CARTER 


KELLY 


SECRETARIAL CLERK - PART TIME 


CARTER 


TRACI 


AIDE - SPECIAL EDUCATION 


DAILEY 


GISELE 


AIDE - SPECIAL EDUCATION 


DOWELL-ROTHWELL 


CHRISTINA 


AIDE 1.1 - SPECIAL EDUCATION 


ESHBACK 


KELLY 


AIDE - KINDERGARTEN 


GIRARD 


MARY 


TUTOR 


GLIDDEN 


DAVID 


TECH COORDINATOR 40% 


GRIFFIN 


PAMELA 


AIDE - LIBRARY 


HARKLEROAD 


ANN 


AIDE - SPECIAL EDUCATION 


HUTCHINSON 


GRETCHEN 


AIDE - GENERAL 


LAURENT 


ELAINE 


AIDE - GENERAL 


LIEBERMANN 


MELISSA 


AIDE - SPECIAL EDUCATION 


NESTOR 


KAREN 


AIDE 1.1 - SPECIAL EDUCATION 


POLSON 


PATRICIA 


AIDE 1.1 - SPECIAL EDUCATION 


REILLY 


LYNN 


AIDE 1 .1 - SPECIAL EDUCATION 


ROY 


BARRY 


CONSULTING PSYCHOLOGIST 


SALISBURY 


STACIE 


AIDE - SPECIAL EDUCATION 


SNOWDON 


DIANE 


AIDE- SPECIAL EDUCATION 


STEVENS 


PATRICIA 


SECRETARY 


TOWNSEND 


NANCY 


AIDE - GENERAL 


WINTERS 


ELIZABETH 


AIDE - SPECIAL EDUCATION 



S13. 



ANNUAL SCHOOL HEALTH SERVICE REPORT 
FLORENCE RIDEOUT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

2002-2003 



Report of School Nurse-Teacher 




Vision tests 


80 


Hearing tests 


70 


Inspections 


2554 


First aid 


10,639 


Heights and weights 


322 


Scoliosis screenings 


140 


Communicable Diseases: 




Chicken Pox 


5 


Pediculosis 


46 


Fifth Disease 


^ 
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Strep Throat 


38 


Conjunctivitis 


1 


Impetigo 


1 


Mononucleosis 


2 


Shingles 


1 


Defects found by School Nurse-Teacher: 




Scoliosis referrals 


12 


Ear infections 


35 


Vision referrals 


15 


Hearing referrals 


3 


Fractured right arm 


1 


Medications Administered: 


3085 


Nebulizer treatments 


4 



Conducted: 

Growth and Development, grades 4 through 6 

Rescue Breathing classes and assisted with Basic Aid Training, grade 5 

Smart Steps for staff, 22 



Submitted, 

Ingrid Howard, R.N. 

June 2003 



S14. 



WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 
STATISTICS FOR SCHOOL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2003 



KINDERGARTEN R-6 

BOYS 27 135 

GIRLS 23 137 

TOTAL 50 272 

PERCENT OF ATTENDANCE 
AVERAGE DAILY ATTENDANCE 
AVERAGE DAILY MEMBERSHIP 



92.2 


100 


25.5 


277.3 


23.5 


277.3 



WILTON CENSUS REPORT - FALL 2003 
(Age 1 day to 18 years inclusive) 

BOYS GIRLS TOTAL 



460 494 954 



Attending Public Schools Outside District 8 

Attending Private Schools Outside District 2 

Attending Private Schools Within District 75 

Attending Parochial Schools Outside District 43 

Home School 36 



S15 



School District: Wilton School District School Year: 2003 Month Ending: June 

Date Cash Received From All Sources During The Current Month Amount 

From Whom Source 



6/5/2003 WLCooperative 

FRES Student Act. Fund (Teachers) 
6/10/2003 Primex 

6/13/2003 Town of Wilton 

6/1 9/2003 State of New Hampshire 

Renaissance Learning 

University System of NH 

University System of NH 

Harcourt Inc. 

Harcourt Inc. 

State of New Hampshire 
6/26/2003 SAU 63 Project 34330 

(Martz, Mitchell, Sousa) 

SAU 63 Project 34330 
(Martz, Mitchell, Sousa) 

State of New Hampshire 
6/30/2003 Bank New Hampshire- checking 



Refund 02-1100-890 
Refund 02-2410-531 
P/C. Refund 02-1990 
May I June Appropriation 
Medicaid 02-4580 
Refund 02-1 100-650 
Refund 02-1120-114 
Refund 02-1120-220 
Refund: 02- 1100- 640 
Refund: 02- 1100- 641 
Medicaid 02-4580 
Refund 1100-112 
Refund 1100-220 
Refund 1100-234 
Refund 1100-112 
Refund 1100-220 
Refund 1100-234 
Medicaid 02-4580 
Interest- checking 



44.64 

86.79 

3004.00 

134913.00 

440.89 

173.95 

60.00 

4.59 

1047.49 

395.00 

593.24 

450.00 

34.44 

11.61 

450.00 

34.41 

11.61 

150.35 

69.64 

$141,975.65 



Received from Selectmen $134,913.00 
Received from State Funds $1,184.48 

Received from Federal Fund 

Received from Tuitions 
Received from Trust Funds 



$0.00 



Received from Notes & Bonds (P) 
Received from Capital Reserve Funds 
Received from All Other Sources 

Total Received During the Month 



$5,878.17 



$141,975.65 



Current District Assessment $1,512,513.00 
Received from Selectmen to Date $1,512,513.00 
Due from Town Balance of Year $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 

Total Received from Tuitions to Date 

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 

TOTAL RECEIPTS TO DATE 

LESS SCHOOL BOARD ORDERS PAID TO DATE 

BALANCE ON HAND PER THE TREASURES ACCOUNT 



130327.87 



1512513.00 



531,497.19 



161675.87 



4865.76 



8081.64 



30,624.61 



$2,379,585.94 



$2,309,236.99 



$70,348.95 



To the School Board: The above is a correct statement of the transactions of the Treasurer to date. 



strict/Treasurer u 



School District/Treasurer 



S16. 



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, 2003, and find them correct in all aspects. 



9/15/03 Doris Boutwell Auditor 



Date 

9/15/03 Carlene Brown Auditor 

Date 



S17. 



WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 

FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2003 

STATEMENT OF REVENUES 



GENERAL FEDERAL TRUST 

1000 REVENUE FROM LOCAL SOURCES 

1211 CURRENT APPROPRIATION $ 765,596.00 

1300 TUITION -SPED $ 4,865.76 

1500 EARNINGS ON INVESTMENTS $ 2,052.99 $ 710.16 

1920 CONTRIBUTIONS & DONATIONS $ 2,156.51 

1990 OTHER LOCAL REVENUE $ 4,304.64 

REFUND OF PRIOR YEAR EXPENDITURES $ 6,349.24 

3000 REVENUE FROM STATE SOURCES 

3111 ADEQUACY AID (GRANT) $ 638,422.00 

3112 ADEQUACY AID (STATE TAX) $ 746,91 7.00 

4000 REVENUE FROM FEDERAL SOURCES 

4580 MEDICAID DISTRIBUTION $ 17,987.66 

OTHER RESTRICTED FEDERAL AID $37,388.90 

5200 INTERFUND TRANSFERS 

5210 TRANSFER FROM GENERAL FUND $ 20,000.00 



TOTAL REVENUES $ 2,188,651.80 $37,388.90 $20,710.16 



S18 






WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 
FINANCIAL REPORT OF SCHOOL BOARD 
FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2003 
EXPENDITURES 

1000 INSTRUCTION 

1100 REGULAR EDUCATION PROGRAMS 

112 TEACHER SALARIES $ 721,694.90 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 219,739.43 

430 REPAIRS & MAINT. SERVICES 3,414.03 

610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER/TESTS 25,720.36 

641 BOOKS & OTHER PRINTED MEDIA 12,871.66 

650 COMPUTER SOFTWARE 374.43 

731 NEW EQUIPMENT 450.15 

735 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 6,929.15 

890 MISCELLANEOUS 4,664.67 

1110-114 TEACHER AIDE SALARIES 46,298.60 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 3,913.92 

1120-114 SUBSTITUTE SALARIES 13,825.11 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 1,213.61 

1130-114 HOMEBOUND TUTOR SALARIES 2,090.00 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 226.49 

1210 SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS 

112 SPED TEACHER SALARIES 138,149.53 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 37,005.72 

610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER/TEST 630.47 

641 BOOKS AND OTHER PRINTED MEDIA 1 ,291 .53 

1211-114 SPED TEACHER AIDE SALARIES 98,656.55 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 8,342.68 

1212-122 SPED TUTOR/SUMMER PROG. SALARIES 7,198.76 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 728.47 

1290 OTHER SPECIAL PROGRAMS 

561 PUBLIC - IN STATE TUITION 93.20 

569 PRIVATE IN & OUT OF STATE TUITION 20,376.96 

2122-112 GUIDANCE SALARIES 21,336.00 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 8,537.90 

323 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES (TESTING) 591.98 

610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER/TESTS 679.52 

2130 HEALTH SERVICES 

2134-112 NURSES SALARIES 46,184.00 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 14,264.29 

610 GENERAL SUPPLIES/PAPER 1,149.16 

890 MISCELLANEOUS 254.08 

2143 PSYCHOLOGICAL COUNSELING SERVICES 

114 ASSOCIATE PSYCHOLOGIST SALARY 15,298.00 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 1,653.90 

610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER/TESTS 50.00 



S19. 



SPED SUPPORT SERVICES 

2152-323 SPEECH SERVICES 25,306.38 

2162-323 PHYSICAL THERAPY SERVICES 209.00 

2163-323 OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY SERVICES 4,091.71 

21 90-323 OTHER STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES 1 1 ,289.68 

2159 SPED RELATED SERVICES - SAU 

323 SPEECH SERVICES 12,419.00 

323 OCCUPATIONAL & PHYSICAL THERAPY 25,112.00 

2210 IMPROVEMENT OF INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES 

240 TUITION REIMBURSEMENT 2,382.00 

290 STAFF DEVELOPMENT 5,618.00 

SUPPORT SERVICES INSTRUCTION 

2212-290 INST. & CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT 1,459.71 

2220 EDUCATION MEDIA SERVICES 

2221-114 LIBRARY AIDE SALARY 11,376.75 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 948.79 

2222-430 REPAIRS & MAINT. SERVICE 54.00 

610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER 791.90 

640 BOOKS & OTHER PRINTED MEDIA 4,661.19 

649 OTHER INFORMATION RESOURCES 378.47 

735 REPLACEMENT OF EQUIPMENT 1,198.16 

2223-610 GENERAL SUPPLIES 759.41 

735 REPLACEMENT OF EQUIPMENT 361.00 

2310 SCHOOL BOARD SERVICES 

120 CENSUS ENUMERATOR 600.00 

220 SOCIAL SECURITY 57.38 

120 SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS 300.00 

220 SOCIAL SECURITY 4.35 

120 CLERK 50.00 

220 SOCIAL SECURITY 3.65 

120 TREASURER 600.00 

220 SOCIAL SECURITY 34.43 

120 AUDITOR 150.00 

220 SOCIAL SECURITY 2.18 

330 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES (LEGAL) 9,066.74 

520 LIABILITY INSURANCE 2,283.00 

534 POSTAGE 209.25 

540 ADVERTISING 1,887.50 

610 GENERAL SUPPLIES/PAPER 328.77 

810 DUES & FEES 2,306.30 

890 MISCELLANEOUS 786.54 

2300 EXEC. ADMINISTRATION SERVICES - SAU 

2321-312 OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT 73,922.00 

2332-319 SPECIAL EDUCATION ADM. 41,717.00 

2410 OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL 

2410-113 PRINCIPAL SALARIES 64,600.00 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 19,387.29 

430 REPAIRS & MAINT. SERVICES 5,522.00 



S20. 



531 TELEPHONE 5,865.11 

534 POSTAGE FEES 851.92 

550 PRINTING 1,402.75 

580 TRAVEL/CONFERENCES 111.80 

610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER 2,821.00 

810 DUES & FEES 560.00 

2411-114 SECRETARIAL SALARIES 32,230.80 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 15,970.54 

2620-114 CUSTODIAN SALARIES 70,273.18 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 24,616.95 

411 WATER/SEWERAGE 6,775.00 

421 DISPOSAL SERVICES 2,923.61 

422 SNOW REMOVAL 1,000.00 
424 LAWN & GROUNDS CARE 72.46 
430 REPAIRS & MAINT. SERVICES 25,354.48 
520 BUILDING INSURANCE 7,300.00 
610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER 8,053.01 
622 ELECTRICITY 15,332.39 
624 OIL 28,405.92 
731 NEW EQUIPMENT 4,197.97 
735 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 4,063.57 

2720 PUPIL TRANSPORTATION SERVICES 

2721-519 STUDENT TRANSPORTATION 88,670.00 

2722-519 SPECIAL ED TRANSPORTATION 45,744.16 

2725-510 FIELD TRIP TRANSPORTATION 500.00 

2844-112 TECH COORDINATOR 16,000.00 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 3,798.92 

FUND TRANSFERS 

5251-930 CAPITAL RESERVE FUND 20,000.00 



TOTAL EXPENDITURES $ 2,251,030.28 



S21. 



WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 
STATEMENT OF ANALYSIS OF CHANGES IN FUND EQUITY 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2003 



FUND EQUITY JULY 1,2002 



GENERAL 
FUND 

S 104.410.08 



FEDERAL 


CAPITAL RESERVE 


FUND 


FUND 




$ 60,958.08 



ADDITIONS: 
REVENUE 
OTHER ADDITIONS 



$ 2,188,651.80 
S 9,775.98 



$ 37,388.90 



$ 20,710.16 



DELETIONS: 

EXPENDITURES 
OTHER DELETIONS 



$ 2,251,030.28 



$ 37,388.90 



FUND EQUITY JUNE 30, 2003 



$ 51,807.58 



$ 81,668.24 



WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT BALANCE SHEET 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2003 



ASSETS 

CASH $ 

INTERFUND RECEIVABLES $ 

INTERGOVERNMENTAL RECEIVABLES 

TOTAL ASSETS $ 



70,348.95 






$ 


81,668.24 


206.32 


S 


2,388.82 






70,555.27 


S 


2,388.82 


S 


81,668.24 



LIABILITIES 

INTERFUND PAYABLES 

OTHER PAYABLES 




18,747.69 


S 
$ 


206.32 
2,182.50 


TOTAL LIABILITIES 


$ 


18,747.69 


S 


2,388.82 



FUND EQUITY 

RESERVED FOR AMOUNTS VOTED 
RESERVED FOR SPECIAL PURPOSES 
UNRESERVED FUND BALANCE 



$ 51,807.58 



$ 81.668.24 



TOTAL LIABILITIES & FUND EQUITY $ 70,555.27 



$ 2,388.82 



S 81,668.24 



S22. 






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 
2001 - 2002 

233,571.39 

93,987.75 

4,769.86 

32,331.63 

16,154.50 


Expenditure Amount 
2002-2003 

307,033.61 

120,582.27 

1,972.00 

20,470.16 

45,744.16 


Total Expenditures 


380,815.13 


495,802.20 


Itemized Revenue Sources 

1.) Catastrophic Aid 

2.) Adequacy Grant 

3.) IDEA Entitlement (Grant) 

4.) Medicaid 

5.) Private Insurance 


Revenue Amount 
2001 - 2002 

18,774.52 

124,825.00 

46,986.57 

7,762.91 

0.00 


Revenue Amount 
2002-2003 

0.00 

133,102.00 

41,214.00 

17,987.66 

0.00 


Total Revenues 


198,349.00 


192,303.66 


Actual District Cost for 
Special Education 


$ 182,466.13 


$ 303,498.54 



S23. 



Regular Education 

Account Number 

1100 

1410 

2122 

2134 

2210/12 

2221/2223 

2310/19 

2321 

2410/11/90 

2620 

2721/25 

2844 
5221/51 



Special Education 
Account Number 

1210 
1290 
2142/2190 
2143 
2159/61 
2332 
2722 



Wilton School District 
Budget Comparison 2004-2005 



Description 

Regular Education 

Other Instructional Programs 

Counseling Services 

Health Services 

Improvement of Instruction 

Educational Media Services 

School Board Services 

Exec. Administration Services (SAU) 

School Administration Services 

Operation & Maintenance of Plant Services 

Regular Transportation Services 

Operation of information Services 

Fund Transfers 

Regular Education Totals 



Special Education 

SPED Tuition 

SPED Support Services 

Psychological Counseling Services 

SPED Related Services (SAU) 

Special Administration Services (SAU) 

SPED Transportation Services 

Special Education Totals 



Voted 


Proposed 




2003-04 


2004-05 


Plus/Minus 


1,140,924 


1,153,675 


12,751 





2,300 


2,300 


32,774 


32,360 


-414 


63,643 


66,063 


2,420 


10,000 


10,000 





21,251 


21,056 


-195 


23,820 


20,560 


-3,260 


66,063 


70,489 


4,426 


154,652 


149,301 


-5,351 


205,881 


209,055 


3,174 


86,578 


89,170 


2,592 


21,441 


22,233 


792 


23,000 





-23,000 



1,850,027 1,846,262 



-3,765 
-0.1% 



333,716 


312,681 


-21,035 


78,789 


124,500 


45,711 


77,810 


62,810 


-15,000 


17,842 


18,280 


438 


47,606 


25,288 


-22,318 


44,038 


48,443 


4,405 


50,758 


112,846 


62,088 



650,559 704,848 



54,289 
2.1% 



Grand Total 2,500,586 2,551,110 



50,524 
2.0% 



S24. 







Wilton School District 


| 










Florence Rideout 


Expended 


Budgeted 


Budgeted 


Proposed 






Elementary School 


2002-2003 


2002-2003 


2003-04 


2004-05 






























Regular Education Programs 










1100 


112 


Teacher Salaries 


721,694.90 


739,608 


752,476 


752,476 


1100 


211 


Medical Insurance 


135,621.82 


137,685 


138,599 


153,965 


1100 


212 


Dental Insurance 


6,641.80 


6,625 


7,821 


8,154 


1100 


213 


Life Insurance 


688.00 


702 


1,032 


1,037 


1100 


214 


Disability Insurance 


1,724.95 


1,861 


1,732 


2,257 


1100 


220 


Social Security 


53,936.33 


56,580 


57,565 


57,564 


1100 


232 


Retirement 


18,067.73 


19,082 


19,315 


19,184 


1100 


250 


Unemployment 


801.25 


760 


760 


760 


1100 


260 i Workers' Compensation 


2,257.55 


6,287 


4,671 


6,471 






Total 


941,434.33 


969,190 


983,971 


1,001,868 






| 








I I 


1100 


430 


Repairs & Maintenance Services 


3,414.03 


3,200 


3,200 


3,200 


1100 


610 


General Supplies/Paper/Tests 


25,720.36 


26,923 


29,877 


27,392 


1100 


641 


Books & Other Printed Media 


12,871.66 


16,196 


20,857 


15,498 


1100 


650 


Computer Software 


374.43 


1,200 


1,620 


1,000 


1100 


731 


New Equipment 


450.15 


370 


940 


1,133 


1100 


735 


Replacement Equipment 


6,929.15 


4,225 


3,200 


4,630 


1100 


890 


Miscellaneous 


4,664.67 


5,300 


5,300 


5,300 




















Total 


54,424.45 


57,414 


64,994 


58,153 






























1110 


114 


Teacher Aide Salaries 


46,298.60 


53,721 


56,474 


58,005 


1110 


220 


Social Security 


3,538.96 


4,110 


4,320 


4,437 


1110 


250 


Unemployment 


210.86 


200 


200 


200 


1110 


260 


Workers' Compensation 


164.10 


457 


463 


499 




















Total 


50,212.52 


58,488 


61,457 


63,141 






























1120 


114 


Substitute Salaries 


13,825.11 


20,000 


20,000 


20,000 


1120 


220 


Social Security 


1,057.67 


1,530 


1,530 


1,530 


1120 


250 


Unemployment 


94.90 


90 


90 


90 


1120 


260 


Workers' Compensation 


61.04 


170 


164 


172 




















Total 


15,038.72 


21,790 


21,784 


21,792 






























1130 


114 


Homebound Tutor Salaries 


2,090.00 


8,000 


8,000 


8,000 


1130 


220 


Social Security 


159.91 


612 


612 


612 


1130 


250 


Unemployment 


42.16 


40 


40 


40 


1130J 


260 


Workers' Compensation 


24.42 


68 


66 


69 




















Total 


2,316.49 


8,720 


8,718 


8,721 


































Regular Education Totals 


1,063,426.51 


1,115,602 


1,140,924 


1,153,675 































S25. 



Wilton School District 




Florence Rideout 




Expended 


Budgeted 


Budgeted 


Proposed 




Elementary School 




2002-2003 


2002-2003 


2003-04 


2004-05 






Special Education Programs 


1210 


112 SPED Teacher Salaries 




138,149.53 


137,406 


144,793 


129,627 


1210 


211 Medical Insurance 




20,497.61 


40,117 


22,029 


15,484 


1210 


212 Dental Insurance 




1,389.07 


1,456 


1,728 


1,792 


1210 


213 Life Insurance 




144.00 


156 


230 


230 


1210 


214 Disability Insurance 




340.48 


371 


360 


389 


1210 


220 Social Security 




10,456.51 


10,512 


11,076 


9,916 


1210 


232 Retirement 




3,589.96 


3,545 


3,822 


3,422 


1210 


250 Unemployment 




168.68 


160 


160 


160 


1210 


260 Workers' Compensation 




419.41 


1,168 


1,094 


1,115 








Total 


175,155.25 


194,891 


185,292 


162,135 






1210 


430 Repairs & Maintenance Services 


0.00 


200 








1210 


610. General Supplies/Paper/Tests 




630.47 


2,000 


2.000 


1,000 


1210 


641 Books & Other Printed Media 




1,291.53 


1,500 


2,500 


2,000 


1210 


650 Computer Software 




0.00 


400 


500 


600 


1210 


731 New Equipment 




0.00 


200 


100 





1210 


735 Replacement Equipment 




0.00 





200 





I I i 




! 


Total 


1,922.00 


4,300 


5,300 


3,600 


I III 




I 




1211 


114 1 SPED Aide Salaries 




98,656.55 


108,608 


1 1 1 ,395 


114,369 


1211 


220 Social Security 




7,547.37 


8,308 


8,522 


8,749 


1211 


250 Unemployment 




463.88 


440 


520 


520 


1211 


260 Workers' Compensation 




331.43 


923 


913 


984 


















Total 


106,999.23 


118,279 


121,350 


124,622 








I 




1212 


122 SPED Tutor Salaries (Summer) 


7,198.76 


8,000 


8,000 


8,500 


1212 


220 Social Security 




550.71 \ 


612 


612 


650 


1212 


232 , Retirement 




111.18 











1212 


250 Unemployment 




42.16 


40 


40 


40 


1212 


260 Workers' Compensation 




24.42 ! 


68 


66 


73 










Total 


7,927.23 


8,720 


8,718 


9,263 




III I 




1213 


122 SPED Tutor Salaries 




0.00 





12,000 


12,000 


1213 


220 Social Security 




0.00 





918 


918 


1213 


250 Unemployment 




0.00; 





40 


40 


1213 


260 Workers' Compensation 




0.00 





98 


103 


I III 






Total 


0.00 





13,056 


13,061 












Special Education Totals 




292,003.71 


326,190 


333,716 


312,681 


I I 





S26. 



Wilton School District 






Florence Rideout 


Expended 


Budgeted 


Budgeted 


Proposed 




Elementary School 


2002-2003 


2002-2003 


2003-04 


2004-05 


1 | 








i 


Other Special Programs 


1290 


561 Public - In State Tuition 


93.20 


2,613 


21,789 


17,500 


1290 


562 : Public - Out of State Tuition 


0.00 











1290 


564 Private In & Out of State Tuition 


20,376.96 


2,100 


57,000 


107,000 






Total 


20,470.16 


4,713 


78,789 


124,500 






! Other Special Program Totals 


20,470.16 


4,713 


78,789 


124,500 




Other Instructional Programs 


1410 


112 Drama Stipend 


0.00 








2,300 






Total 


0.00 








2,300 


I I 


Guidance Services 


2122 


112! Guidance Salaries 


21,336.00 


20,219 


22,519 


22,954 


2122 


21 1 Medical Insurance 


6,575.19 


7,214 


6,817 


5,794 


2122 


212 ! Dental Insurance 


219.00 


219 


259 


269 


2122 


220 Social Security 


1,639.79 


1,547 


1,723 


1,756 


2122 


250 Unemployment 


42.16 


40 


40 


40 


2122 


260 Workers' Compensation 


61.76 


172 


166 


197 


i j fill 




Total 


29,873.90 


29,411 


31,524 


31,010 


! 


2122 


323 1 Professional Services (Testing) 


591.98 


500 


500 


600 


2122 


610 General Supplies/Paper/Tests 


679.52 


750 


750 


750 








Total 


1,271.50 


1,250 


1,250 


1,350 












| 


Guidance Services Totals 


31,145.40 


30,661 


32,774 


32,360 




! I 
i i i 




Health Services 




2134 


112! Nurses Salaries 


46,184.00 


44,353 


47,055 


47,805 


2134 


21 1 Medical Insurance 


8,923.60 


8,906 


9,342 


10,790 


2134 


212 Dental Insurance 


362.40 


364 


432 


448 


2134 


2131 Life Insurance 


38.40 


39 


58 


58 


2134 


21 4 j Disability Insurance 


119.76 


120 


120 


143 


2134 


220 Social Security 


3,451.07 


3,393 


3,599 


3,657 


2134 


232 Retirement 


1,191.53 


1,144 


1,242 


1,262 


2134 


250 Unemployment 


42.16 


40 


40 


40 


2134 


260 Workers' Compensation 


135.37 


377 


364 


411 


















Total 


60,448.29 


58,736 


62,252 


64,614 












2134 


430 


Repairs & Maintenance Services 











99 


2134 


580 ! Travel 


0.00 


50 


50 


50 


2134 


610 General Supplies/Paper 


1,149.16 


1,170 


1,091 


1,095 


2134 


731 New Equipment 


0.00 











2134 


810 Dues & Fees 


0.00 








105 


2134 


890 Miscellaneous 


254.08 


250 


250 


100 




I i i 








Total 


1,403.24 


1,470 


1,391 


1,449 



S27. 







Wilton School District 










Florence Rideout 


Expended 


Budgeted 


Budgeted 


Proposed 






Elementary School 


2002-2003 


2002-2003 


2003-04 


2004-05 
















! 






Health Services Totals 


61,851.53 


60,206 


63,643 


66,063 






■ i 

i 




! i ; ! 


SPED Support Services 


2142 ' 323 ( Psychological Testing Services 


0.00 


2,000 


1,000 


1,000 


21431 323 1 Psychological Counseling Services 


0.00 


1,000 








2 1 52 323 i Speech Services 


25,306.38 


20,040 


43,110 


43,110 


2 1 53 323 ; Audiological Testing Services 


0.00 





500 


500 


2 1 62 323 1 Physical Therapy Services 


209.00 


5,040 


1,000 


1,000 


2 1 63 323 1 Occupational Therapy Services 


4,091.71 


11,880 


22,000 


7,000 


2 1 90 1 323 1 Other Student Support Services 


11,289.68 


19,446 


10,200 


10,200 






I 


Total 


40,896.77 


59,406 


77,810 


62,810 












SPED Support Services Totals 


40,896.77 


59,406 


77,810 


62,810 




! 


I 


I • ! 




Psychological Counseling Services 




2143 


114 


Associate Psychologist Salary 


15,298.00 


15,299 


15,757 


16,230 


2143 


220 


Social Security 


1,170.31 


1,170 


1,205 


1,242 


2143 


232 


Retirement 


394.75 


395 


415 


428 


2143 


250 


Unemployment 


42.16 


40 


40 


40 


2143 


260 


Workers' Compensation 


46.68 


130 


125 


140 






! 










Total 


16,951.90 


17,034 


17,542 


18,080 














2143 


580 


Travel/Conferences 


0.00 


100 


100 


100 


2143 


610 


General Supplies/Paper 


50.00 


600 


200 


100 




















Total 


50.00 


700 


300 


200 




















Psychological Service Totals 


17,001.90 


17,734 


17,842 


18,280 






























SPED Related Services - SAU 






2159 


323 


Speech Services 


12,419.00 


12,419 


16,357 


5,864 


2161 


323 


O.T. and P.T. Services 


25,112.00 


25,112 


31,249 


19,424 


















Total 


37,531.00 


37,531 


47,606 


25,288 


















SPED Related Serv. SAU Totals 


37,531.00 


37,531 


47,606 


25,288 






















Improvement of Instruction Services 






2210 


240 1 Tuition Reimbursement 


2,382.00 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 


2210 


290 1 Staff Development 


5,618.00 


6,000 


8,000 


8,000 


2210 


649 ; Other Information Resources 


0.00 



























Total 


8,000.00 


7,000 


9,000 


9,000 


































Impr. of Instr. Services Totals 


8,000.00 


7,000 


9,000 


9,000 



S28. 



Wilton School District 




Florence Rideout 


Expended 


Budgeted 


Budgeted 


Proposed 




Elementary School 


2002-2003 


2002-2003 


2003-04 


2004-05 










l 


Support Services - Instruction 


2212 


290 Inst. & Curriculum Development 


1,459.71 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 






Total 


1,459.71 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 






Support Serv. Instr, Totals 


1,459.71 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 




Educational Media Services 


2221 


1 14 Library Aide Salary 


11,376.75 


11,880 


12,236 


12,604 


2221 


220 Social Security 


870.36 


909 


936 


964 


2221 


250 Unemployment 


42.16 


40 


40 


40 


2221 


260 Workers' Compensation 


36.27 


101 


100 


108 






Total 


12,325.54 


12,930 


13,312 


13,716 


i 


2222 


430 Repairs & Maintenance Services 


54.00 


200 


200 


200 


2222 


610 General Supplies/Paper 


791.90 


975 


800 


800 


2222 


641 i Books & Other Printed Media 


4,661.19 


5,000 


5,000 


5,000 


2222 


649 Other Information Resources 


378.47 


430 


525 


440 


2222 


731 1 New Equipment 


0.00 











2222 


735 1 Replacement of Equipment 


1,198.16 


1,085 








I ' ' 






Total 


7,083.72 


7,690 


6,525 


6,440 




i i 


Audio Visual Services 


2223 


610 i General Supplies/Paper 


759.41 


800 


900 


900 


2223 


735 


Replacement of Equipment 


361.00 





514 

























Total 


1,120.41 


800 


1,414 


900 
















Media/A. V. Services Totals 


20,529.67 


21,420 


21,251 


21,056 












School Board Services 






2310 


120i Census Enumerator 


600.00 ^ 


600 


600 


600 


2310 


220 1 Social Security 


57.38 j 


46 


46 


46 


2311 


120 School Board Members 


300.00 


300 


300 


300 


2311 


220 j SocialSecurity 


4.35 


23 


23 


23 


2312 


120 


Clerk 


50.00' 


50 


50 


50 


2312 


220 


Social Security 


3.65 


4 


4 


4 


2313 


120 


Treasurer 


600.00 


400 


600 


600 


2313 


220 1 Social Security 


34.43 


31 


46 


46 


2314 


120| Ballot Clerks/Moderator 


0.00 


50 


50 


50 


2314 


220 1 Social Security 


0.00 


4 


4 


4 


2317 


120 Auditor 


150.00; 


150 


150 


150 


2317 


220 1 Social Security 


2.18 


12 


12 


12 


2318 


330 Professional Services (Legal) 


9,066.74 


5,000 


10,000 


10,000 


2319 


319 


Supervisors/Town 


0.00 


75 


75 


75 


2319 


520 


S.B. Liability Insurance 


2,283.00 


2,500 


2,500 


2,500 


2319 


534 


Postage 


209.25 


370 


400 


300 






! ! 













S29. 



Wilton School District 




Florence Rideout 




Expended 


Budgeted 


Budgeted 


Proposed 




Elementary School 




2002-2003 


2002-2003 


2003-04 


2004-05 






: ! ; 


School Board Services continued 


2319 


540 Advertising 




1,887.50 


2,800 


5,000 


2,000 


2319 


610 General Supplies/Paper 




328.77 


650 


680 


400 


2319 


810 Dues & Fees 




2,306.30 


2,280 


2,280 


2,400 


2319 


890 Miscellaneous 




786.54 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 








Total 


18,670.09 


16,345 


23,820 


20,560 






School Board Services Totals 


18,670.09 


16,345 


23,820 


20,560 






Executive Administration Services SAU 


2321 


312 Office of the Superintendent 




73,922.00 


73,922 


66,063 


70,489 








Total 


73,922.00 


73,922 


66,063 


70,489 


i 


Specific Area Administration Services SAU 


2332 


319; SPED Administration 




41,717.00 


41,717 


44,038 i 


48,443 










Total 


41,717.00 


41,717 


44,038. 


48,443 






SAU Administration Totals 




115,639.00 


115,639 


110,101 


118,932 


I : I 


II ill ! 


Supp 


ort Services - School Administration 










2410 


113 Principal Salary 




64,600.00 


64,600 


66,861| 


68,867 


2410 


211 Medical Insurance 




12,040.61 


12,0231 


12,965; 


14,570 


2410 


212 Dental Insurance 




362.44 


364 


417 


448 


2410 


213' Life Insurance 




38.40 


39 


39 


58 


2410 


214 Disability Insurance 




172.90 


174 


181 


207 


2410 


220 Social Security 




4,803.78 


4,942 


5,115- 


5,268 


2410 


232 Retirement 




1,666.60 


1,667 


1,765! 


1,818 


2410 


250 Unemployment 




105.42 


100 


100 


100 


2410 


260 Workers' Compensation 




197.14 


549 


548 


592 






III 








Total 


83,987.29 


84,458 


87,991 ! 


91,928 






i i I 






! I ! i 


2410 


430 Repairs & Maintenance Services 


5,522.00 


4,300 


4,300' 


4,500 


2410 


531 Telephone 




5,865.11 


4,000 


4,500; 


4,000 


2410 


534 'Postage 




851.92 


950 


975 


975 


2410 


550 Printing 




1,402.75 


1,250 


1,250; 


1,250 


2410 


580 Travel/Conferences 




111.80 


500 


500! 


500 


2410 


610 General Supplies/Paper 




2,821.00 


3,600 


3,600; 


3,600 


2410 


650 Computer Software 




0.00 


300 


300 


300 


2410 


810Dues& Fees 




560.00 


525 


560! 


575 


I 






Total 


17,134.58 


15,425 


15,985 


15,700 




i ^ I 















S30. 







Wilton School District 














Florence Rideout 


Expended 


Budgeted 


Budgeted 


Proposed 






Elementary School 


2002-2003 


2002-2003 


2003-04 


2004-05 
























Support Services - School Adm continued 


2411 


114 Secretarial Salary 


32,230.80 


30,619 


32,438 


35,005 


2411 


211 1 Medical Insurance 


12,040.61 


12,023 


12,965 


1,000 


2411 


212! Dental Insurance 


362.44 


364 


417 


448 


2411 


2131 Life Insurance 


38.40 


39 


39 


58 


2411 


220 1 Social Security 


2,327.45 


2,342 


2,482 


2,678 


2411 


231 ! Retirement 


1,023.94 


1,014 


1,489 


1,603 


2411 


250 i Unemployment 


84.34 


80 


80 


80 


2411 


260 ' Workers' Compensation 


93.36 


260 


266 


301 


i 




Total 


48,201.34 


46,741 


50,176 


41,173 










2490 


890 


Assembly Expense 


0.00 


500 


500 


500 












Total 


0.00 


500 


500 


500 






















School Administration Totals 


149,323.21 


147,124 


154,652 


149,301 






















Operation & Maintenance of Plant Services 






2620 


114 1 Custodial Salaries 


70,273.18 


69,480 


71,783 


75,389 


2620 


211 


Medical Insurance 


16,010.40 


20,119 


17,294 


19,312 


2620 


212 


Dental Insurance 


724.80 


728 


834 


896 


2620 


213 


Life Insurance 


76.80 


78 


78 


116 


2620 


220 


Social Security 


5,250.77 


5,315 


5,491 


5,767 


2620 


231 


Retirement 


2,215.45 


2,080 


3,056 


3,252 


2620 


250 


Unemployment 


126.51 


120 


120 


120 


2620 


260 


Workers' Compensation 


212.22 


591 


589 


648 


















Total 


94,890.13 


98,511 


99,245 


105,500 




























2620 


411 


Water/Sewer 


6,775.00 


14,800 


12,000 


8,000 


2620 


421 


Disposal Services 


2,923.61 


2,800 


2,800 


2,900 


2620 


422 


Snow Plowing Services 


1,000.00 


700 


700 


1,000 


2620 


424 


Lawn & Grounds Care 


72.46 


600 


800 


600 


2620 


430 


Repairs & Maintenance Services 


25,354.48 


23,717 


34,370 


28,861 


2620 


520 


Building Insurance 


7,300.00 


7,300 


7,600 


7,600 


2620 


610 


General Supplies/Paper 


8,053.01 


8,000 


8,000 


8,000 


2620 


622 


Electricity 


15,332.39 


16,000 


16,000 


16,000 


2620 


624 


Oil 


28,405.92 


22,000 


22,306 


28,000 


2620 


731 


New Equipment 


4,197.97 


3,758 


740 


1,556 


2620 


735 


Replacement Equipment 


4,063.57 


4,498 


1,320 


1,038 


















Total 


103,478.41 


104,173 


106,636 


103,555 


































Operation & Maint. Totals 


198,368.54 


202,684 


205,881 


209,055 































S31. 



Wilton School District 


Florence Rideout 


Expended 


Budgeted 


Budgeted 


Proposed 


Elementary School 


2002-2003 


2002-2003 


2003-04 


2004-05 






Student Transportation Services 


2721 519 Student Transportation 


88,670.00 


86,078 


86,078 


88,670 


2722 519 SPED Transportation (All) 


45,744.16 


16,755 


50,758 


112,846 


2725 510 Field Tnp Transportation 


500.00 


500 


500 


500 




Total 


134,914.16 


103,333 


137.336 


202.016 






Student Transportation Totals 


134,914.16 


103,333 


137,336 


202,016 




l 


Information Management Services 










2844 112 Technology Coordinator 


16,000.00 


16,000 


16,480 


16,974 


2844 21 1 Medical Insurance 


1,619.08 


4,155 


1,730 


1,931 


2844 212 Dental Insurance 


144.96 


384 


167 


179 


2844r 213 Life Insurance 


15.36 


16 


16 


23 


2844 220 Social Security 


1,223.82 


1,224 


1,261 


1,299 


2844 231 Retirement 


662.48 


662 


972 


1,001 


2844 250 Unemployment 


84.39 


80 


80 


80 


2844 260 Workers' Compensation 


48.83 


136 


135 


146 




i ■ ' ! 




Total 


19,798.92 


22,657 


20,841 


21,633 








2844 290 Workshops/Conferences 


0.00 


200. 


200 


200 


2844 580 Travel 


0.00 


200 


200 


200 


2844 610 Supplies 


0.00 


200 


200 


200 






Total 


0.00 


600 


600 


600 




I | 


Info. Management Services Totals 


19,798.92 


23,257 


21,441 


22,233 






Fund Transfers 


5222 930 Special Revenue Funds 


0.00 











5251 930 Capital Reserve Fund 


20,000.00 


20,000 


23,000 





III 


Total 


20,000.00 


20,000 


23,000 







Fund Transfer Totals 


20,000.00 


20,000 


23,000 











Grand Total 


2,251,030.28 


2,309,845 


2,500,586 


2,551,110 



S32. 



WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 
Revenue Summary 2002 through 2005 



Revenue Sources 



Actual 
2002-2003 



Estimated 
2003-2004 



Received 

To Date 

2003-2004 



Estimated 
2004-2005 



Revenue from Local Sources: 
1300-1349 Kindergarten Tuition 
1500-1599 Earnings on Investments 
1900-1999 Other Revenue 

1920 Trust Funds 

1990 Other Local 



4,865.76 
2,052.99 

2,156.51 
10,653.88 



7,299.00 
1,500.00 

2,100.00 



650.55 



2,467.17 



1,000.00 
2,100.00 



Revenue from State Sources: 
3111 Adequacy Aid 



638,422.00 549,626.00 211,516.00 



549,626.00 



Revenue from Federal Sources: 

4100-4539 Title II, IV, VI, Class Size, REAP 37,388.50 
4580 Medicaid 17,987.66 



11,620.01 
3,626.13 



Transfers from Other Funds: 

5251 From Capital Reserve 



Total Projected Revenues: 



13,612.27 



713,527.30 560,525.00 243,492.13 552,726.00 



2003-04 figure, 2004-05 figure not available 



S33. 



WILTON - LYNDEBOROUGH 
COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT 



WILTON and LYNDEBOROUGH 
NEW HAMPSHIRE 




ANNUAL REPORT 



Year Ending June 30, 2003 



INDEX 

WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE 
SCHOOL DISTRICT 



Administrator's Report S46 

Auditors' Report S59 

Balance Sheet S66 

Enrollment Statistics S52 

Expenditures S62 

Graduates S53 

Health Service Report S57 

Long-term Debt on Building Project S68 

Projected Revenues S82 

SAU #63 Budget S50 

School Board's Budget S69 

School District Officers S36 

School Treasurer's Report S58 

Special Education Director's Report S48 

Special Education Expenditures S60 

Statement of Revenues S61 

Synopsis of 2003 District Meeting & Elections S41 

Staff S54 

Statement of Analysis of Changes in Fund Equity S67 

Title 1 Director's Report S49 

Warrant for District Meeting S38 

Warrant for Election of Officers S37 



WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE 
SCHOOL DISTRICT OFFICERS 



Moderator: 
Clerk: 
Treasurer: 
Auditors: 



Mr. Richard Rockwood 
Mrs. Jessie Salisbury 
Mr. Stanley Greene 
Mrs. Doris Boutweil 
Mrs. Cariene Brown 



2004 

Appointed 

Appointed 

2004 

2004 



Chair: 

Vice-Chair: 

Members: 



School Board Clerk: 



SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS 

Mrs. Gretchen Dunn, Wilton 2006 

Mr. Christopher Owen, Wilton 2004 

Ms. Jean Scagel, Wilton 2005 

Mr. Robert Nields, Lyndeborough 2006 

Mr. Robert Howe, Lyndeborough 2005 
Ms. Pam Page (Appointed) 2004 



Wilton 

Wilton 

Wilton 

Lyndeborough 

Lyndeborough 



BUDGET COMMITTEE MEMBERS 

Ms. Margaret Pratt 2005 

Mrs. Kelly Eshback 2004 

Ms. Deb Ducharme (Appointed) 2004 

Mr. David Roemer 2004 

Ms. Ann Harkleroad (Appointed) 2004 



SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 
Ms. Francine E. Fullam 

ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 
Ms. Carolann Wais 



S36. 



STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT WARRANT 

FOR ELECTION OF OFFICERS ON MARCH 9. 2004 

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 ninth day of March 2004 - 
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. 



To choose one (1 ) Member of the School Board, by ballot, from the Town of 
Wilton for the ensuing three (3) years. 



To choose four (4) Members of the Budget Committee, by ballot, one (1 ) Member 
from the Town of Wilton for the ensuing three years, one (1 ) Member from the 
Town of Wilton for the ensuing two years, and one (1 ) Member from the Town 
of Lyndeborough for the ensuing three years, and one (1 ) Member from the Town 
of Lyndeborough for the ensuing two 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, 2004. 



Gretchen Dunn 



Christopher Owen 



Jean Scagel 



Robert Nields 



Robert Howe 



SCHOOL BOARD 



A true copy attest 



SCHOOL BOARD 



S37. 



STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT WARRANT 

FOR ANNUAL DISTRICT MEETING ON MARCH 5, 2004 

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 Friday, March 5, 2004 at 
Seven (7:00) 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 9, 2004. 



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: $17,333.00 

and further to raise and appropriate the sum of seventeen thousand, three hundred 
thirty-three dollars ($17,333.00), 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 current fiscal year. (Supported by the School 
Board - Supported by the Budget Committee). 



To see if the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of four million, nine hundred eighty-two thousand, nine hundred 
and eighty-eight dollars ($4,982,988.00) 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). 



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: 

2004-2005 Cost: $74,015.00 

and further to raise and appropriate the sum of seventy four thousand, fifteen dollars 
($74,015.00), 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 - Supported by the 
Budget Committee). 



S38 






To see if the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District, if Article 7 is defeated, 
will authorize the governing body to call one special meeting, at its option, to address 
Article 7 cost items only. (Supported by the School Board - Supported by the Budget 
Committee). 



To see if the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District will vote to raise two 
hundred eight-three thousand, eight hundred three dollars ($283,803.00) to reduce 
the general fund deficit pursuant to RSA 189:28-a. This deficit is due to 
unanticipated special education costs. (Supported by the School Board - Supported 
by the Budget Committee). 



10. To see if the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of fifty-six thousand, four hundred ninety-three dollars 
($56,493.00) to provide salary and benefits for a School-to-Career director. 
Responsibilities would be as follows: 

a. Supervise, implement and direct a School-to-Career program. 

b. Provide students work-based learning experiences throughout the community. 

c. Conduct on-site evaluations of student internships. 

d. Work with businesses to establish new partnerships to meet student interests 
and needs. 

e. Work with all student populations, including students at risk, to encourage and 
explore career interests and career opportunities after high school. 

(Supported by the School Board - Supported by the Budget Committee). 



11. To see if the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District will vote to (1 .) 

establish a capital reserve fund as authorized by the provisions of RSA 35:1-b. for the 
purpose of educating educationally disabled children; (2.) elect the Trustees of Trust 
Funds of the Town of Wilton to have custody of this fund; (3.) to raise and appropriate 
the sum of up to twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000.00) to be placed in this fund 
with such sum to come from the undesignated fund balance available June 30; and 
(4.) designate the School Board as agents to expend from this fund. This warrant 
article is not included in the operating budget. (Majority vote required). (Supported by 
the School Board - Supported by the Budget Committee). 



12. To hear reports of agents, auditors, committees, or officers chosen, and to pass any 
vote relating thereto. 



13. To transact any other business that may legally come before this meeting. 



S39 



GIVEN UNDER OUR HANDS AT SAID WILTON THIS DAY OF FEBRUARY 2004. 



Gretchen Dunn 



Christopher Owen 



Jean Scaqel 



Robert Howe 



Robert Nields 



SCHOOL BOARD 



A true copy attest: 



S40. 



SCHOOL BOARD 



Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District Annual Meeting— March 12, 2003 



Moderator Richard Rockwood opened the meeting in the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative 
Middle/High School cafeteria, at 7:30 P.M. He dispensed with the reading of the warrant, and 
announced the results of the school district elections on March 11, 2003. 

Article 5 

Robert Howe, moved, seconded by Jean Scagel, 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 of 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). 

There was no discussion, and so voted unanimously. 

Article 6 

Chris Owen moved, seconded by Gretchen Dunn, that the Wilton-Lyndeborough School District 
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 $ 1 1 1 ,294.00 
and further raise and appropriate the sum of one hundred eleven thousand, two hundred ninety- 
four dollars ($11 1,294), 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 School Board— Not Supported by the Budget Committee. 

Mr. Melcher of Wilton asked how the health benefits in this package compare with those of the 
elementary school. 

Ms. Dunn said that the school district pays 80% of premium cost and the teachers pay 20%. 

Mr. Melcher asked if that included family plans as well as individual plans. Ms. Dunn indicated 
that it did. 

Connie Forbes of Lyndeborough said that she believed elementary school teachers pay 10% of 
premium cost, and the Wilton District pays 90%. Ingrid Howard of Wilton confirmed this. 

Ms. Hallyburton of Lyndeborough asked why the budget committee did not support the warrant 
article. 

Mr. Roemer stated he would allow Ms. Dunn to speak first for the school board, then he would 
explain the budget committee's position. 

Ms. Dunn said the teachers had a three (3) year contract for which re-negotiation began in 
October between the board and teachers' association. Insurance, language items and over-all 
cost to the district were considerations. In January, 2003, the teachers' association declared 

S41. 



impasse, which meant that an agreement could not be reached. A mediator was selected to assist 
both sides in reaching an agreement. The board felt that the mediated settlement for one year 
was the best contract that could be achieved in good faith. 

Mr. Roemer told the meeting that if the contract is not approved, it doesn't mean the teachers 
will receive no raise, rather, the board and teachers will return to the negotiation process. He 
said the warrant article that follows allows for this to happen. He explained the three elements 
that make up salaries: step— the level of education and years of experience of a teacher; 
percentage increase (3%) that is applied to the existing salary schedule; and longevity— an 
amount of money added to the salary of a teacher, once they have spent one year on the top step 
of the schedule (step 17). For each year beyond step 17 spent at WLC the amount of money 
(proposed at $650) is multiplied by those years of service. He further explained that salary 
increases are accompanied by increases in FICA, retirement and disability coverage. The 
proposed contract increases life insurance costs by $324, course reimbursement by $3000, health 
coverage opt-out payment to $1750 (from $1500). Average salary increase in proposal is 6.2 %. 
Salary increases for non-bargaining unit staff were set at 2.5%. He stated this as one reason for 
budget committee non-support; fact that the contract was for one year, was another reason. 

Mr. Melcher asked how this salary schedule compared with Mascenic or Milford. Mr. Roemer 
indicated he did not have that information available, and thus, could not comment. 

Sarah Holden indicated that she taught in Milford, and their base salary was slightly higher than 
that of Wilton-Lyndeborough. 

Ann Harkelroad, Lyndeborough, asked who had decided on the 2.5% salary incease for non- 
bargaining unit members. Ms. Dunn said the school board. 

David Holden stated that $650 sounded like a step increase for teachers with 17+ years. He 
inquired if this was the first time step increases were applied to step 17, and if such an increase 
would be retroactive for someone with seven or eight years of service. 

Francine Fullam indicated that when newly-hired teachers are given credit for experience, the 
highest level available to them would be step 17. A teacher on step 17 must spend one year at 
that level before becoming eligible for longevity payments in subsequent years. 
Nancy Tobi of Lyndeborough inquired about the motivation for a one year contract. 

Ms. Dunn indicated that the board had hoped for a three year agreement, but the one year was the 
best result that could be obtained through mediation. 

Ms. Tobi asked if this would set a precedent for next year. Ms. Dunn indicated that was 
possible; the parties would have to negotiate again next year. 

A member of the audience asked about the history of increases for teachers. Ms. Dunn said the 
overall increase for the past three-year agreement was about 6% each year. Several of the 
teachers were not on the step appropriate for their years of experience, and adjustments had to be 
made over the life of the contract 



S42. 



Mr. Draper of Wilton said that the town employees only receive a 3% increase yearly. He found 
an increase for teachers 3.2 % greater, on average, to be a bit steep. Mr. Draper requested a 
paper ballot for the question. 

The article was defeated on a paper ballot vote of 25 in favor and 36 opposed. 

Article 7 

Gretchen Dunn moved, Chris Owen seconded, that 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 cost items only. (Supported by School 

Board— Supported by Budget Committee). 

Nancy Tobi, Lyndeborough, asked if the parties now return to negotiations. Ms. Dunn 
confirmed that this was the case. 

In response to a question, Ms. Fullam clarified the meaning of the term, "cost items". 

There being no further questions, Mr. Rockwood called for a vote on the question, which passed 
unanimously. 

Article 8 

Jean Scagel moved that the reports of agents, auditors, committees, or officers chosen, be 

accepted as printed in the annual report. Robert Howe seconded. 

Maria Brown, Lyndeborough, asked that page 5, paragraph 5, second line, change "thee" 
members to "three" members, 

There was no discussion, and the article carried on a unanimous voice vote. 

Article 9 

Any other business that may legally come before the meeting. 

The meeting adjourned at 8:35 P.M. 



submitted, 




PamPage 
Clerk 



S43 



WILTON/LYNDEBOROUGH COOP SCHOOL DISTRICT 
VOTING RESULTS, MARCH 11, 2003 



WILTON 



SCHOOL BOARD 



BUDGET COMMITTEE MEMBER 



Gretchen Dunn 


447 


Kelly Eshback 


G. Proctor 


4 


G. Proctor 


A. Vargish 


2 


R. Greeley 


D. Greeley 


1 


J. Hutchinson 


J. Farrell 


1 


B. Greene 
D. McGettigan 
A. Vargish 


MODERATOR 




C. Wharton 


Richard Rockwood 


476 


K. Brennan 


G. Proctor 


3 


R. Macintosh 


D. Miller 




D. McGettigan 


J. Tuttle 




G. Proctor 


R. Dick 




D. Ducharme 


D. McGettigan 




L. Draper 


H. Melcher 




S. Schultz 
B. Keefe 
J. Beech 


AUDITORS 




C. Wagner 


J. Hutchinson 


6 


R. Dunn 


D. Boutwell 


4 


M. Melcher 


C. Brown 


3 


M. Fish 


J. Farrell 




M. Martin 


Watts 




Brousky 


G. Proctor 




C. McGettigan 


K. Eshback 




R. Macfarland 


L. Greene 




J. Lass 


L. Brown 




K. Boissonealt 


P. Anderson 




J. Fiske 


D. Schmidt 






J. Pollock 






C. McGettigan 






S. Schultz 






B. Greene 







LYNDEBOROUGH: 



SCHOOL BOARD 
Robert Nields 
Nancy Tobi 


134 
132 


BUDGET COMMITTEE 
Larry Boisvert 
Robert Howe 


3 
2 


MODERATOR 
Richard Rockwood 


255 


AUDITORS 
Bruce Houston 
George Ayres 
Burton Reynolds 
Wendy Lizotte 


2 

1 
1 
1 



S44. 



WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL BOARD 
ELECTION RECOUNT MARCH 19, 2003 



Moderator Richard Rockwood convened the school board at 7:00 p.m.for the recount of 
ballots for the Lyndeborough seat open in the March 11, 2003 election. Present were 
school board members Gretchen Dunn, Robert Howe, and Jean Scagel, who served as 
acting clerk. 
Observers were Trevor Ebel, Robert Nields, and Francine Fullam. 

Mr.Rockwood suggested Ms. Dunn and Mr. Howe form a team for the recount, and broke 
the seal on the box containing the ballots at 7:01 p.m. Ms. Dunn asked for clarification 
on how a vote for both candidates should be interpreted. Mr. Rockwood said it should be 
counted as a no vote. Ms. Scagel bundled the votes when recounted in stacks of fifty. 

At 7:17 p.m. Mr. Rockwood declared the following results: 
Robert Nields 134 
Nancy Tobi 131 
Larry Boisvert 2 
Steve Brown 1 
No vote 3 



Jean Scagel, Acting Clerk 



S45. 



Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District 

Administrator's Report 
2002-2003 



The staff and students of the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative Middle/Senior High 
School have had a very productive 2002-2003 school year. 

Our efforts to provide a comprehensive school program for our students are continuing as 
we have added several new programs to enhance the educational process. World 
Languages has been introduced to the Middle School program in 8 th grade. An 
exploratory approach is designed to allow students to experience both Spanish and 
French before they reach the high school. The high school faculty also has made a 
decision to adopt a change to the master schedule, to begin in the fall of 2004. The 4x4 
block format, where students will have four classes per semester for ninety (90) minutes 
will replace the former traditional fifty (50) minute periods. 

The Best Schools Initiative (BSI) teams completed their last official year, as the BSI 
support from the state came to an end this year. The teams continued to be the major 
vehicle for change and improvement at WLC. BSI (1) revised and finalized the Student 
Expectations and began working on rubrics to measure these expectations. BSI (1) 
presented these expectations to the WLC School Board and to the community and 
received feedback prior to beginning their work on the rubrics. 

In an effort to improve teacher performance in the classroom, the professional 
development committee- BSI (2) began work on what is "Effective Teaching". During 
the year this group, comprised of members from the Tri-District, collaborated with each 
other and established a rubric system that allowed teachers to conduct self-evaluation of 
their performance and to highlight individual strengths and weaknesses. The rubrics are 
to be presented to all three school districts, Wilton, Lyndeborough Central and WLC at 
the beginning of the 2003-2004 school year. The professional development committee 
also began an in-depth training in Differentiated Instructions. Through early release dates 
and two-day seminars during the summer, staff was given the much-needed tools to 
increase student success in the classroom. 

The New England Association of Schools and Colleges received WLC 5 year report and 
the school has been commended on its accomplishments and improvements. WLC will 
now enter the second half of the accreditation process and begin preparing for the on-site 
visit, which is four years away. 

The 2002-2003 school year ended with 383 students. Graded enrollments were as 
follows: Grade 7-67; Grade 8-59; Grade 9-83; Grade 10-64; Grade 11-54; Grade 12-56. 



S46. 



New faculty members for the 2002-2003 school year include: Charlene Sousa, Physical 
Education; Dale Roy, Physical Science; Lois Kenick, Chemistry/Physics; Carol Young, 
Biology; and Walter Trachim, Technology Coordinator. 

WLC School Board Chairperson, Gretchen Dunn, with Assistant Superintended, 
Carolann Wais, presented diplomas to fifty (50) graduates of the Class of 2003. 42% 
went to a four-year college, 18 % to a two-year college, and 0% to the military. The Class 
of 2002 scored an average of 497 Verbal and 502 on the Math portions of the SAT tests. 
Over $ 150,000 was presented in scholarship monies to the 2003 graduates. 



The faculty and staff is looking forward to an exciting and successful year of change to 
improve student achievement during the 2003-2004 school year. 



r^Rav&c /j (_6^i_ 



Trevor J. Ebel 
Principal 



SA7. 



SPECIAL EDUCATION ANNUAL REPORT 
2002-2003 

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. 

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 Jul> 
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 (EEP). The plan is then implemented utilizing the resources 
and accommodations indicated in the plan. 

We are providing special education service to 350+ 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. 

In follow-up to the special education program approved and reviewed last year, an action 
plan was developed. As a result of that, a new Special Education Manual was developed 
and the SAU has updated forms. 

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, 
speced63(o)tellink.net . 



Janet Folger, Special Education Director 



S48. 



TITLE I REPORT 

WILTON LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE 

JUNIOR/SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT 

At the end of the 02 - 03 school year, Wilton Lyndeborough Cooperative lost about fifty 
percent of its Title I funding. As a result, Title I is no longer able to support a tutorial program 
in the school during the school year. Instead, the program hopes to provide access to summer 
school classes for seventh and eighth grade students who have not successfully completed their 
language arts and math classes. These students will receive instruction over the summer so that 
they can continue their education with their peers without interruption. Title I will try to 
make use of instructional services that are already in place in the supervisory union. Teaching 
services will be targeted on language arts and math. 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 1 - 8, who 
score below the fiftieth percentile (basic level). The project integrates language arts lower 
level skills of phonics, grammar, capitalization, sight words, punctuation, vocabulary, study 
skills, spelling, and math 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 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, Story Form, 
Report Form, and Linguistics; writing and vocabulary skills; and brain-based learning. We 
also offer staff development opportunities to all supervisory union instructional staff. Our 
curriculum is aligned with the district's and state's curriculum and state testing. 

Every year, Title I students take part in a writing project which becomes a part of our 
Parents Night Celebration. This year, students studied new poetry forms and wrote poems to 
share with their parents. During the Celebration, parents had a chance to try the writing skills 
that their children had been learning and had an opportunity to participate in our Book Swap 
(Bring one; take one.). Some WLC high school students joined us to share parts of their new 
poetry publication, the WLC SCRAPBOOK, that was being published at the high school that year. 
Their message to the Title I students was to keep on writing poetry. It was an interesting and 
entertaining evening for everyone. 

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 
October 30, 2003 



S49. 



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 2, 2003 
in the library at Mascenic Regional High School, New Ipswich, NH at 7:00 PM. 

(Snow date to be Thursday, December 4, 2003) 

School Administrative Unit No. 63 includes the school districts of Wilton, Lyndeborough, 
Wilton-Lyndeborough and Mascenic Regional. 

Gretchen Dunn, Chair - SAU Board 



Preliminary Budge 

Office of the Superintendent 
Special Education Administration 
Business Services 
Maintenance/Rental 
Psychologist Services 
Speech Services 
OT and PT Services 
Misc. SPED Grant Services 
Title I 
A.B.E. 

Total Budget: 

Minus Anticipated Federal Funding 

Minus Application of Unreserved Fund Balance 

Amount to be shared by districts: 



2004-2005 



269,619 
234,601 
171,669 

27,049 
110,854 
128,214 
138,552 
115,795 
264,659 

11,494 

1,472,506 

538,860 

50,000 

883,646 



Districts: 
Wilton 



Mascenic 



Apportionment to Districts 
Proposed 2004-2005 Budget 



Eq. Val. 
2002 



172,562,608 



Lyndeborough 60,137,563 



458,460,329 



Val. 2002-03 
% Pupils 



19.4 



302.8 



6.8 112.7 



51.4 1480.4 



Combined 
% 



16.4 



Total 

5.9 



Total 
WLCoop 199.983,766 22.4 366.6 19.3 



Total 

58.4 



Total 



Totals | 891,144,266 100.00% 2262.5 100.00% 

S50. 



District 
Share 



70,489 

48,443 

5,864 

19,424 



144,220 

25,359 

22,567 

2,111 

18,129 



68,166 

82,954 

59,575 

1,408 

9,711 



153,648 

251,011 

170,301 

14,074 

82,226 



517,612 
883,646| 



SAU 

SPED 

speech 

O.T./P.T. 



SAU 

SPED 

speech 

O.T7P.T. 



SAU 

SPED 

speech 

O.T./P.T. 



SAU 

SPED 

speech 

O.TJP.T. 



School Administrative Unit No. 63 Apportionment 
Based on the Proposed 2004-2005 Budget 

Basis for Apportionment of Costs Among School Districts - RSA 194-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. 



2004-2005 Apportionment of Districts 





2002 




2002-03 




Average 


2004-05 


District 


Eq.Valuation 


Ratio 


ADM 


Ratio 


Ratio 


Net Budget 


Wilton 


172,562,608 


19.4% 


302.8 


13.4% 


16.4% 


70,489 


Lyndeborough 


60,137,563 


6.8% 


112.7 


5.0% 


5.9% 


25,359 


WLCoop 


199,983,766 


22.4% 


366.6 


16.2% 


19.3% 


82,954 


Mascenic 


458,460,329 


51.4% 


1480.4 


65.4% 


58.4% 


251,011 




891,144,266 


100.0% 


2262.5 


100.0% 


100.0% 


429,813 






2003-04 


2003-04 


2004-05 


2004-05 






District 


Ratio 


Net Budget 


Ratio 


Budget 






Wilton 


16.5% 


66,063 


16.4% 


70,489 






Lyndeborough 


6.8% 


27,226 


5.9% 


25,359 






WLCoop 


18.6% 


74,471 


19.3% 


82,954 






Mascenic 


58.1% 


232.623 


58.4% 


251,011 





100.0% 



400,384 100.0% 429,813 



Special Education Apportionment of Costs Based 
on Number of Students Served: 



District 


Students 


Ratio 


Budget 


Wilton 


67 


16.1% 


48,443 


ndeborough 


31 


7.5% 


22,567 


WL Coop 


82 


19.8% 


59,575 


Mascenic 


235 


56.6% 


170,301 



415 100.0% 300,886 



S51. 



WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICTS 
STATISTICS FOR SCHOOL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2003 



WILTON 
BOYS 
GIRLS 
TOTAL 

LYNDEBOROUGH 

BOYS 

GIRLS 

TOTAL 

TOTAL ENROLLMENT: 

PERCENT OF ATTENDANCE 

AVERAGE DAILY ATTENDANCE 

AVERAGE DAILY MEMBERSHIP 



GRADES 7-8 


GRADES 9-12 


46 


69 


41 


92 


87 


161 


12 


47 


22 


35 


34 


82 


121 


243 


96.9 


96.9 


124.6 


242.1 


128.6 


249.8 



CENSUS REPORTS - FALL 2003 - Age 1 day to 18 years inclusive 
BOYS GIRLS TOTAL 

WILTON 460 494 954 

LYNDEBOROUGH 198 171 369 



Attending Public Schools Outside District 
Attending Private Schools Outside District 
Attending Private Schools Within District 
Attending Parochial Schools Outside District 
Home School 



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WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SUPPORT STAFF - 2003/2004 



LAST NAME 



FIRST NAME 



POSITION 



BARRETT 

CASWELL 

CULLEN 

CULLINAN 

DRAPER 

FLYNN 

GALLETTA 

GLIDDEN 

GRAVELL 

HASU 

MCLEAN 

NORTON 

PAYNTER 

ROY 

RYAN 

SANBORN 

SMITH 

THOMPSON 

VALERI 

WELLS 



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ANN 

DOUGLAS 

LORI 

LINDA 

MICHAEL 

E. JOYCE 

DAVID 

RACHEL 

SCOTT 

CATHERINE 

CYNTHIA 

VALERIE 

BARRY 

WILLIAM 

PAMELA 

ROGER 

JULIE 

KATHERINE 

CHRISTINE 



CUSTODIAN - PART TIME 

PERSONAL ASSISTANT 

SCHOOL TO CAREER PROGRAM DIRECTOR 

SPED AIDE 1.1 

H & M SCHOOL SPED AIDE - 50% ATHLETIC C 

CUSTODIAN 

SECRETARY 

TECH COORDINATOR 

SPED AIDE 1.1 

CUSTODIAN 

SPED AIDE 

SECRETARY 

SPED AIDE 

CONSULTING PSYCHOLOGIST 

CUSTODIAN 

SPEECH PATHOLOGIST 

IN-SCHOOL SUSPENSION MONITOR 

SECRETARY 

SPED AIDE 

SPED 1.1 BUS MONITOR 



S56. 






YEAR-END SCHOOL NURSE REPORT 
WILTON - LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE MIDDLE SCHOOL-HIGH SCHOOL 

2002-2003 



Nursing Activities/Student Contacts: 
Total Visits to the Health Office 
Middle School 
High School 


8642 
1990 
6652 


Injuries - Total 

Middle School 
High School 

School (MS + HS) 
Home (MS + HS) 

(any "outside of school" injury) 
Sports (MS + HS) 


533 
160 
373 
228 
195 

42 


Medications: 

Total Medications Administered 
Middle School 
High School 


5343 
1228 
4115 



Screening: Age appropriate 

(includes eyes, ears, height, weight, scoliosis) All Students 

(This is the first year that students being screened 
have NOT been counted in the 'Total Visits to the 
Health Office" number) 



Professional Associations New Hampshire School Nurses Association 

National Association of School Nurses 



Respectfully Submitted, 

CandaceG. Rapf, RN 
June 18, 2003 



S57. 



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Total Rscarvad from Districts YTD 
Total Recerved from Stats YTD 
Total Foderal Funds Rscaivad YTD 
Total MM! from Tiaaon YTD 
Total Rscawad from Trust Funds YTD 
Total MM from MMaMM YTD 
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S58. 



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, 2003, and find them correct in 
all aspects. 

9/15/03 Doris Boutwell . ... 



Date 

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Date 



9/15/03 Carlene Brown Auditor 



S59. 



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 
2001 - 2002 

280,710.47 
117,139.91 
2,763.40 
304,327.56 
125,430.00 


Expenditure Amount 
2002-2003 

334,660.37 
109,870.75 
3,453.87 
470,108.64 
135,155.66 


Total Expenditures 


830,371.34 


1,053,249.29 


Itemized Revenue Sources 

1.) Catastrophic Aid 

2.) Adequacy Grant 

3.) IDEA Entitlement (Grant) 

4.) Medicaid 

5.) Private Insurance 


Revenue Amount 
2001 -2002 

140,386.23 

209.917.00 

27.453.00 

28.745.49 

0.00 


Revenue Amount 
2002-2003 

93,229.13 

181,774.00 

53,831.00 

55,751.40 

0.00 


Total Revenues 


406,501.72 


384,585.53 


Actual District Cost for 
Special Education 


$ 423,869.62 


668,663.76 



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FINANCIAL REPORT OF SCHOOL BOARD 
WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT 
FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2003 

EXPENDITURES 2002-2003 

REGULAR EDUCATION PROGRAM 

1100-112 TEACHER SALARIES 1,188,056.00 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 322,228.96 

430 REPAIRS & MAINT. SERVICES 7,726.52 

442 RENTAL OF EQUIPMENT 5,884.50 

610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER/TESTS 35,492.62 

641 BOOKS & OTHER PRINTED MEDIA 26,967.48 

650 COMPUTER SOFTWARE 5,863.60 

731 NEW EQUIPMENT 8,180.14 

735 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 3,439.50 

1 120-1 14 SUBSTITUTE TEACHER SALARIES 28,346.45 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 2,282.67 

1130-114 HOMEBOUND/TUTOR/ESL 1,905.40 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 113.01 

SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS 

1210 112 SPED TEACHER SALARIES 160,904.20 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 36,360.59 

430 REPAIRS & MAINT. SERVICES 34.00 

610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER/TESTS 491.27 

641 BOOKS & OTHER PRINTED MEDIA 1 ,079.35 

650 COMPUTER SOFTWARE 176.10 

731 NEW EQUIPMENT 1,588.95 

121 1-1 14 SPED TEACHER AIDE SALARIES 75,339.76 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 6,158.96 

1212-122 SPED SUMMER TUTORS SALARIES 7,228.87 

220 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 626.03 

1213-114 SPED TUTOR SALARIES 6,047.31 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 240.66 

OTHER SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS 

1290-561 PUBLIC-IN STATE TUITION 26,601.65 
569 PRIVATE - IN & OUT OF STATE TUITION 443,506.99 

VOCATIONAL PROGRAMS 

1390-561 VOCATIONAL ED. TUITION 7,089.85 

591 SERVICES PURCHASED/PRIVATE SOUR 1,000.00 

OTHER INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS 

1410-112 CO-CURRICULAR SALARIES-ACADEMIC 12,930.00 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 1,316.04 

610 GENERAL SUPPLIES/PAPER 93.85 

810 DUES & FEES 830.00 

890 MISCELLANEOUS 50.00 



S62. 



1420-112 CO-CURRICULAR SALARIES-ATHLETIC 31,310.00 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 2,760.70 

430 REPAIRS & MAINT. SERVICES 10,586.66 

591 PURCHASED SERVICES/PRIVATE SOUR 15,749.34 

610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER 3,097.30 

735 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 4,136.56 

810 DUES & FEES 2,328.00 

890 MISCELLANEOUS 415.57 



1490-591 PURCHASED SERVICES/PRIVATE SOUR< 



16,950.00 



COUNSELING SERVICES 

2122-112 GUIDANCE SALARIES 81,395.20 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 13,169.77 

321 CONTRACTED SERVICES 300.00 

430 REPAIRS& MAINTENANCE SERVICES 210.00 

610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER/TESTS 1,502.25 

641 BOOKS & OTHER PRINTED MEDIA 148.40 

735 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 150.00 

810 DUES & FEES 75.00 



2129-1 14 GUIDANCE SECRETARY SALARY 
200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 



13,929.52 
1,184.43 



HEALTH SERVICES 

21 34-1 1 2 NURSES SALARIES 41 ,375.00 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 6,854.27 

430 REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE SERVICES 55.00 

610 GENERAL SUPPLIES/PAPER 649.18 

641 BOOKS & OTHER PRINTED MEDIA 30.36 

735 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 600.00 

810 DUES & FEES 110.00 

SPECIAL ED SUPPORT SERVICES 

2142-323 PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING SERVICES 250.00 

2152-323 SPEECH SERVICES 10,775.85 

2163-323 P.T. SERVICES/ O.T. SERVICES 535.00 

2190-323 OTHER STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES 10,383.59 



PSYCHOLOGICAL COUNSELING SERVICES 
2143-1 14 ASSOCIATE PSYCHOLOGIST 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

610 GENERAL SUPPLIES/TESTS/PAPER 



37,734.00 

4,019.99 

118.20 



SPECIAL ED RELATED SERVICES - SAU 

2159-323 SPEECH SERVICES 2,457.00 

2191-323 OCCUPATIONAL & PHYSICAL THERAPY 4,717.00 



IMPROVEMENT OF INST. SERVICES 
2210-240 TUITION REIMBURSEMENT 
290 STAFF DEVELOPMENT 



6,909.53 
6,240.67 



2212-290 INSTR. & CURRICULUM DEV. 



1,643.62 



EDUCATIONAL MEDIA SERVICES 
2222-1 1 2 MEDIA GENERALIST SALARY 
200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 
430 REPAIRS & MAINT. SERVICES 



52,293.00 

10,076.08 

820.54 



S63. 



610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER 1,085.39 

641 BOOKS & OTHER PRINTED MEDIA 6,799.76 

649 OTHER INFORMATION RESOURCES 1,268.07 

650 COMPUTER SOFTWARE 1,739.83 
810 DUES & FEES 80.00 

AUDIO VISUAL SUPPLIES 

2223-532 DATA COMMUNICATIONS/INTERNET 480.00 

610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER 311.94 

650 COMPUTER SOFTWARE 1,125.00 

SCHOOL BOARD SERVICES 

2311-120 SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS 500.00 

220 SOCIAL SECURITY 7.25 

2312-120 CLERK 125.00 

220 SOCIAL SECURITY 9.56 

2313-120 TREASURER 600.00 

220 SOCIAL SECURITY 45.90 

2317-120 AUDITORS 900.00 

220 SOCIAL SECURITY 15.30 

2318-330 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES (LEGAL) 34,721.62 

520 S. B. LIABILITY INSURANCE 2,500.00 

534 POSTAGE 407.92 

540 ADVERTISING 4,001.43 

610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER 2,042.72 

810 DUES & FEES 2,448.07 

890 MISCELLANEOUS 2,845.60 

EXECUTIVE ADMINISTRATION SERVICES - SAU 

2321-312 OFFICE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT 74,762.00 

SPECIFIC AREA ADMINISTRATION SERVICES - SAU 

2332-319 SPED ADMINISTRATION 54,644.00 



SUPPORT SERVICES - SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION 




2410-113 


PRINCIPAL SALARY 


125,139.40 


200 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 


35,459.55 


430 


REPAIRS & MAINT. SERVICES 


1,256.20 


531 


TELEPHONE 


9,646.68 


534 


POSTAGE 


3,372.11 


550 


PRINTING 


2,189.26 


580 


TRAVEL/CONFERENCES 


1,246.59 


610 


GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER 


731.78 


650 


COMPUTER SOFTWARE 


1,268.00 


731 


NEW EQUIPMENT 


4,453.99 


735 


REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 


14,016.00 


810 


DUES & FEES 


2,925.00 


2411-114 


SECRETARIES SALARIES 


52,161.95 


200 


BENEFITS 


10,969.21 


2490-890 


GRADUATION/ASSEMBLIES 


3,011.07 



OPERATION & MAINTENANCE OF PLANT 

2620-114 CUSTODIAL SALARIES 93,506.83 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 24,639.62 

411 WATER/SEWERAGE 13,198.00 



S64. 



421 DISPOSAL SERVICES 6,866.94 

422 SNOW PLOWING SERVICES 1 ,800.00 
424 LAWN & GROUNDS CARE 1 ,291 .21 
430 REPAIRS & MAINT. SERVICES 30,322.85 
520 BUILDING INSURANCE 8,750.00 

580 CUSTODIAL TRAVEL 1 ,100.00 

610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER 8,402.60 

622 ELECTRICITY 55,304.36 

623 BOTTLED GAS 274.52 
624 OIL 33,943.00 

731 NEW EQUIPMENT 15,347.72 

735 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 3,945.05 

STUDENT TRANSPORTATION 

2721-519 STUDENT TRANSPORTATION 1,774.46 

2722-519 SPED TRANSPORTATION (ALL) 135,155.66 

2743-519 VOCATIONAL TRANSPORTATION 27,320.00 

2744-519 ATHLETIC TRANSPORTATION 20,456.55 

2745-51 9 FIELD TRIP/CO-CURRICULAR TRANSP. 3,571 .25 

2844-112 TECHNICAL COORDINATOR 24,000.00 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 5,924.02 

610 GENERAL SUPPLIES/PAPER 300.00 

DEBT SERVICE 

5110-910 PRINCIPAL ON DEBT 325,000.00 

5120-830 INTEREST ON DEBT 292,262.50 

5251-930 TRANSFER TO CAPITAL RESERVE FUND 

FUND TRANSFERS 

5221-930 TRANSFER TO FOOD SERVICE 36,313.00 

5251-930 TRANSFER TO CAPITAL RESERVE FUND W.A. 



TOTAL EXPENDITURES 4,456,311.15 



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WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT^ HAMPSHIRE MUNICIPAL BOND BANK 

10 PARK STREET, SUITE 102 
CONCORD. NEW HAMPSHIRE 03301-6303 

06/28/99 (603) 271-2595 or 1 (800) 393-6422 
08/15/99 



DATE PREPARED: 
BONOS DATED: 7/22/99 
INTEREST START DATE: 203 days 
FIRST INTEREST PAYMENT: 
NET INTEREST COST: 



FAX (603) 271-3937 
07/22/9MAIL AOORESS: NHM880AOL.COM 
02/15/2000 
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 


$8,476,775.00 


$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 


48Z506.25 






02/15/2002 








150,193.75 


150.193.75 


832.700.00 


3 


08/15/2002 


5.830.000.00 


325.000.00 


5.000% 


150,193.75 


475,193.75 






02/15/2003 








142.06875 


142.068.75 


617.262.50 


4 


08/15/2003 


5,505,000.00 


325.000 00 


5.000% 


142.068.75 


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 


08/15/2009 


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% 


16.300 00 


336.800.00 






02/15/2019 








8,400.00 


8.400.00 


345,200.00 


20 


08/15/2019 
TOTALS 


320.000.00 


320.000.00 


5.250% 


8.400.00 


328.400.00 
$10,019,943.28 


328.400.00 




$6,476,775.00 


$3,543,168.28 


$10,019,943.28 



S68. 






Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District 
Budget Comparison 2004-2005 



Regular Education 

Account Number 

1100 

1390 

1410/20/90 

2122/29 

2134 

2210/12 

2222/3 

2310/19 

2321 

2410/11/90 

2620 

2721/25 

2844 

5110 

5221/51 



Description 2003-04 2004-05 Plus/Minus 

Regular Education 1,687,610 1,697,395 9,785 

Vocational Programs 22,000 15,900 -6,100 

Other instructional Programs 108,427 107,430 -997 

Counseling Services 119,551 110,076 -9,475 

Health Services 51,514 49,364 -2,150 

Improvement of Instruction 19,200 24,200 5,000 

Educational Media Services 77,623 73,079 -4,544 

School Board Services 19,458 19,338 -120 

Exec. Administration Services (SAU) 74,471 82,954 8,483 

School Administration Services 275,383 284,516 9,133 

Operation & Maintenance of Plant Services 303,902 317,349 13,447 

Regular Transportation Services 55,873 59,835 3,962 

Operation of information Services 32,136 32,381 245 

Debt Service 601,263 584,943 -16,320 

Fund Transfers 36,000 36,000 





Regular Education Totals 


3,484,411 


3,494,760 


10,349 
0.2% 


Special Education 










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1210 


Special Education 


313,902 


313,753 


-149 


1290 


SPED Tuition 


407,000 


822,454 


415,454 


2142/2190 


SPED Support Services 


49,804 


73,700 


23,896 


2143 


Psychological Counseling Services 


43,624 


44,715 


1,091 


2159/61 


SPED Related Services (SAU) 


9,095 


11,119 


2,024 


2332 


Special Administration Services (SAU) 


50,103 


59,575 


9,472 


2721/25 


SPED Transportation Services 


133,358 


162,912 


29,554 



Special Education Totals 1,006,886 1,488,228 



481,342 
10.7% 



Grand Total 4,491,297 4,982,988 491,691 

Increase over 2003-04 budget 10.9% 



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