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Full text of "Annual report of the Town of Wilton, New Hampshire"

Dedicated To 

Stuart S. Draper 

1 938-2006 



Wilton, New Hampshire 

2005 
Town and School Reports 



May the generous and 
dedicated spirit of Stuart and Hal, 

and others like them, be an 

inspiration for their contemporaries 

now and for future generations to come. 

Active civic mindedness, whether at 
the town or state level, is a trait all too few are 
willing to dedicate their time, energy and heart. 

May we all have learned this important lesson, shown 
to us throughout time, that one person can make a difference. 

We just have to try. 



Front cover photograph of 
Stuart Draper contributed by Gil Bliss, 



Inside photograph of Hal Melcher 
given by his family as one of their favorites, 




In Memory Of Harold "Hal" Melcher 
1929-2005 



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ANNUAL REPORTS 

OF THE 

TOWN OFFICERS 

OF WILTON, NH 

FOR THE YEAR ENDING 

DECEMBER 31, 2005 



WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH 
COOPERATIVE 



WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 

FOR THE 
YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2005 



INDEX 

Ambulance and Rescue 70 

Auditor's Report 56 

Balance Sheet 14 

Budget Committee Report 13 

Budget for Town of Wilton 8 

Building Inspector Report 61 

Building Permits Issued in 2005 49 

Conservation Commission 66 

Current Use Report 53 

Detailed Statement of Payments 21 

Fire Department 62 

Forest Fire Warden Report 61 

Health Department 68 

Heritage Commission 71 

Highway Department 59 

Home Health Care, Hospice & Community Services 75 

Investment of the Trust Funds 41 

Library Director's Report 64 

Library Treasurer's Report 47 

Library Trustee's Report 65 

Milford Area Communications Center 69 

MS-5 16 

Nashua Regional Planning Commission 76 

Police Department 58 

Recycling Center 67 

Revenues, Detailed 11 

Schedule of Town Property 54 

School District Report S1 

Selectmen's Report 55 

Sewer Department 63 

Summary Inventory of Valuation 53 

2005 Synopsis of Town Meetings and Election Results ....78 

Tax Collector 43 

Tax Rate Computation 52 

Town Clerk 46 

Town Officer's 1 

Treasurer's Report 37 

Trustee of the Trust Funds 38 

Vital Statistics 99 

Warrant for Town Meeting 3 

Waterworks Report 60 

Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative High School S39 

Wilton-Lyndeborough Youth Center 72 

Wilton Main Street Association 73 



TOWN OFFICERS - 2005 



Selectmen: 




Daniel E. Donovan III, 




Chairman 


2007 


David W. Glines, 




Appt. May '05 


2006 


Jerry W. Greene 


2008 


Robert MacFarland, 




Resigned May '05 


2006 



Tax Collector: 

Jane K. Farrell 2006 

Pamela Atwood, Deputy 

Town Clerk: 

Jane K. Farrell 2008 

Pamela Atwood, Deputy 

Treasurer: 

Barry A. Greene 2006 

Moderator: 

Richard D. Rockwood 2006 

Chief of Police: 

Brent Hautanen 

Auditors: 

Plodzik & Sanderson 2006 



Trustee of the Trust Funds: 

John H. Hutchinson, 

Chairman 2008 

Louise Greene 2006 

Vacancy 2007 

Highway Agent: 

Stephen D. Elliott 

Budget Committee: 

Cary A. Hughes, Chair. 2007 
David B. Tierney, Jr. 2006 

Daniel Levesque 2007 

Donald R. McGettigan, Sr. 2007 
Mark H. Whitehill 2007 

William J. Keefe 2008 

Donald C. Davidson, Jr. 2008 
Donna B. Pucciarello 2008 

Joyce A. Fisk, School Bd. Member 
Jerry W. Greene, Selectmen Member 

Zoning Board of Adjustment: 

R. Neil Faiman, Chair. 2008 

Joanna K. Eckstrom 2008 

Carol R. Roberts 2006 

Robert E. Spear, Jr. 2006 

James A. Tuttle 2007 
Eric W. Fowler, Alt. 



Planning Board: 

Matthew W. Fish, Chair. 2008 
Brian Sullivan, Vice Chair. 2007 
William F. Condra 

Appt. Feb. '06 2006 

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

W. Bruce Johnson Jr. 2007 

Resign. Spring '05 2006 
Andrew T. Fairbank 2008 

Daniel E. Donovan, 

Selectmen Member 
L. David Holder, Alt. 



Supervisor of Checklist: 

Joan C. Pellerin, Chair. 2010 
Lori J. Rolke 2008 

Nancy Lee Claire 2006 

Conservation Commission: 

Lynne E. Draper, Chair. 
Spencer C. Brookes II 
H. Alan Preston 
Leslie P. Tallarico 
Laurence Coronis 
Philip C. Heald, Emeritus 



TOWN OFFICERS - 2005 



Heritage Commission: 

Stanley T. Young, Chair. 

Corinne F. Blagbrough 

Michael G. Dell'Orto 

Gail R. Hoar 

Phyllis P. Tallarico, Alt. 

David Glines, Selectmen Member 

Library Director: 

Carol R. Roberts 

Library Trustees: 

Ronald E. Brown, Chair. 

Mary Ellen Brookes, Secretary 

Stanley T. Young, Vice Chair./Treas. 

Olga S. Brigham 

Harold C. Levine 

Sandra S. Perfito 

Gerald S. Wroe 

Building Inspector: 

William F. Condra 

Health Officer: 

Rise Smyth-Freed 

Recycle Center: 

Maurice G. Guay, Sr. 

Overseer of Welfare: 

Charles O. McGettigan, Jr. 

Nashua Regional Planning 
Committee: 

Joseph F. Torre 



Water Commissioners: 

James A. Turtle, Chair. 2007 
Charles O. McGettigan, Jr. 2006 
Thomas P. Herlihy 2008 

Sewer Commissioners: 

C. Stanley Schultz, Chair. 2008 
David B. Tierney, Jr. 2006 

Charles O. McGettigan, Jr. 2007 

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 

Dog Officers: 

Police Department 

Cemeteries: 

Charles O. McGettigan, Jr. 

Parks & Playgrounds: 

Highway Department 



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 14, 2006 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: 

ADOPT a new section 9B, Gravel Excavation District; to establish an overlay 
district for the reasonable opportunity for the commercial taking of sod, loam, 
clay, sand, gravel or such other naturally occurring unconsolidated materials 
that normally mask bedrock and to prohibit other quarrying not regulated by 
Chapter 12-E of the NH RSAs, and crushing of bedrock, excavation of materials 
using explosives, or any other mining activity. 

AMEND section 2.0, Districts, to add Gravel Excavation District. 

AMEND section 4.1, Alteration and Removal of Materials; to remove existing 
text and replace with new text to limit excavation of earth materials to, and in 
accordance with section 9B, Gravel Excavation District and as regulated or 
exempted under RSA 155-E. 
(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: 

AMEND section 7.0, Commercial District; to add lots 60-1, 61, 62, 63 and 64 on 
Tax Map "J" to the Commercial District. 

The purpose is to incorporate these lots located at the North end of Main Street 
and Maple Street that have been historically in commercial use and/cir adjacent 
to existing commercial uses and is intended to formally recognize these lots as 
being in the Commercial District. 
(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 22.0, Fines and Penalties; to simplify and reference state 

statutes. 

(This amendment has Planning Board approval.) 

You are further notified to appear at the Florence Rideout Elementary School Auditorium 
in said Wilton, Thursday the 16th day of March 2006 at 8:00 P.M. to act upon the 
following: 

5. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of seventeen 
thousand dollars ($17,000) to be added to the Ambulance 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.) 

6. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of fifteen thousand 
dollars ($15,000) to be added to the Town Hall Repair Project 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.) 

7. To see if the Town will vote to establish a Capital Reserve Fund under the 
provisions of RSA 35:1 for the purpose of the recycle center landfill closure and to 
vote to raise and appropriate the sum of twenty five thousand dollars ($25,000) to 
be placed in the Recycle Center Landfill Closure Capital Reserve Fund 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.) 

8. 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.) 

9. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of ten thousand 
dollars ($10,000) to be added to the Highway Department 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.) 

10. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of fifty thousand 
dollars ($50,000) for the purchase of new decking in front of the glass and can 
Recycle Center building and a new roof on the main Recycle Center building and to 
authorize the withdrawal of the funds from the Recycle Center Capital Reserve 



Fund previously established for this purpose, or to take any other action relating 

thereto. No money is to come from general taxation, 

(Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) 

11. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of twenty thousand 
dollars ($20,000) for drainage repair and general upgrading on Whiting Hill Road, 
the monies to come from general taxation, 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 sixty thousand 
dollars ($60,000) for the purchase of a new/used Mack plow truck for the Highway 
Department. This purchase would replace the 1977 Mack. The attachments from 
the 1977 Mack truck are to be used on the new/used Mack 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.) 

13. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of ten thousand, two 
hundred dollars ($10,200) 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.) 

14. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of twenty five 
thousand dollars ($25,000) for the purchase of a new Police Cruiser and 
accompanying equipment, 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 eleven thousand 
dollars ($1 1 ,000) for the purchase of equipment and software to upgrade the Police 
Department's three cruisers and server for mobile data communication, 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 three hundred five 
thousand, four hundred eighty six dollars ($305,486) for the purchase of a new fire 
truck, and to authorize the withdrawal of one hundred eighty thousand, two hundred 
forty seven dollars ($180,247.) from the Fire Department Vehicle Capital Reserve 
Fund previously established. The balance of monies, one hundred twenty five 
thousand, two hundred thirty nine dollars ($125,239) is 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 sixty thousand 
dollars ($60,000) for the purpose of installing a perimeter drainage system around 



the Wilton Public Library building at the foundation level and connecting existing 
drains into the new Gregg Street to Forest Road storm drainage line. The monies 
to come from general taxation, or to take any other action relating thereto. 
(Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) 

18. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of one dollar ($1.00) 
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, 2008, whichever is sooner, 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 forty three 
thousand dollars ($43,000) for the Main Street Project, also known as "TE Sidewalk 
Project". The money is for engineering and related costs, the monies to come from 
general taxation, or to take any other action relating thereto. 

(Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) 

20. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of three hundred six 
thousand seven hundred ninety two dollars ($306,792.) for the purpose of funding 
the renovation and preservation of the Wilton Public and Gregg Free Library and to 
authorize the withdrawal of three hundred six thousand seven hundred ninety two 
dollars ($306,792.) from the Library Renovation & Preservation Capital Reserve 
Fund, previously established for that purpose, or to take any other action relating 
thereto. No monies are to come from general taxation. 

(Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article). 

21. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of twenty five 
thousand dollars ($25,000) for the engineering and architectural design plans for a 
new fire department building, the monies to come from general taxation, or to take 
any other action relating thereto. 

(Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) 

22. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of one million, twenty 
six thousand, six hundred eighty seven dollars ($1,026,687) which represents the 
operating budget for the year 2006. 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 four million four hundred eighty seven thousand three hundred 
eighty two dollars ($4,487,382). 

(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 thousand, two 
hundred twenty three dollars and fifty-eight cents ($2,223.58) and to see if the 
Town will vote to authorize the transfer of two thousand, two hundred twenty three 
dollars and fifty-eight cents ($2,223.58) to the Wilton-Lyndeborough-Temple 



Volunteer Ambulance and Rescue Association as directed under the terms of the 
Last Will and Testament of Florence M. Wheeler and to take any other action 
relating thereto. These funds include all interest accumulated in the Florence M. 
Wheeler Fund since 1 1/18/2004. No monies to come from general taxation. 
(Selectmen recommend this article). 

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

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

Given under our hands this 27 th day of February 2006. 

Daniel E. Donovan, III 
David W. Glines 
Jerry W. Greene 

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 
27 th day of February, 2006. 

Daniel E. Donovan, III 

David W. Glines 

Jerry W. Greene 

Selectmen of Wilton, New Hampshire 






Town of Wilton Budget 2006 
Purpose of Appropriations 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 
4131 Town Officers Salaries 
4140 Elections & Registrations 
4130 Town Office Expense 
4153 Legal Expense 

4195 FICA/Retirement/Pension 

4191 Planning Board 

4192 Zoning Board 

4194 General Gov't Building 
4187 Cemeteries 
4202 Benefit Package 

4193 Unemployment Comp 

4198 Workers Comp 

4196 Insurance-Liability 
4600 Contingency Fund 

TOTAL 

PUBLIC SAFETY 
4210 Police Department 

4199 Police Station 
4215 W-L-T Ambulance 
4220 Fire Department 
4240 Building Inspection 
4290 Emergency Management 


BUD 05 

8,100 

1,275 

217,100 

20,000 

62,500 

28,764 

2,950 

48,300 

35,585 

121,780 

2,361 
40,293 
38,490 

5,000 

632,498 

382,521 
16,460 
39,938 
75,137 
18,895 
3,390 


ACT 05 

7,900 

469 

214,080 

21,120 

68,352 

30,320 

3,126 


REQ06 

8,100 

2,050 

245,100 

30,000 

65,000 

39,050 


APPVD 06 BUD 06 INCREASE 

8,100 

2,050 775 

245,100 28,000 

30,000 10,000 

65,000 2,500 

39,050 10,286 


3,000 


3,850 




900 

950 

(1,685) 

42,638 

7,003 

2,105 

1,510 

104,982 

25,209 


49,693 
29,765 
147,869 
2,523 
65,131 
39,006 

679,353 

- 


49,250 

34,900 

164,418 

9,364 

42,398 

40,000 

5,000 

737,630 


49,250 

33,900 

164,418 

9,364 
42,398 
40,000 

5,000 

737,480 






378,141 
13,697 
38,938 
69,504 
16,997 


407,730 
20,195 
50,946 


407,730 
20,195 
50,946 






3,735 




11,008 

10,988 

5,305 


86,125 


86,125 




21,850 


24,200 


i 


2,890 


350 


350 




(3,040) 


4211 Communications 


99,237 


98,959 


102,865 


102,865 


. , 


3,628 


4313 Hydrant Rental 


16,200 


16,200 


16,200 


16,200 




- 












TOTAL 


651,778 


635,326 


706,261 


708,611 


- 


56,833 








HIGHWAYS & STREETS 
4312 Highway Maintenance 

4315 Resurfacing 

4316 Street Lighting 

TOTAL 


382,100 

195,050 

23,000 

600,150 


379,693 
193,419 


393,910 
236,900 








393,910 
236,900 




11,810 

41,850 

1,250 


20,105 
593,217 


24,250 


24,250 






655,060 


655,060 




54,910 


SANITATION 






















4324 Recycling Center 


501,670 


489,891 


558,940 


561,440 




59,770 


4326 Municipal Sewer Dept 
4323 landfill Close 


203,890 
2,500 


188,910 
6,790 


200,322 


200,322 




(3,568) 


2,500 


2,500 




- 














TOTAL 


708,060 


685,592 


761,762 


764,262 




56,202 













Town of Wilton Budget 2006 
Purpose of Appropriations 



4411 
4414 


HEALTH 

Health Department/Officer 

Animal Control 


BUD 05 

1,000 
3,050 
1,500 
7,000 
4,845 


ACT 05 

400 
1,760 


REQ 06 APPVD 06 BUD 06 INCREASE 

2,000 2,000 1,000 
3,050: 2,500 V (550) 


4423 Neighborhood Health 

4416 Home Health Care 

4417 Monadnock Family Services 

4418 Milford Mediation Program 

4419 Host Homes 
4412 Souhegan Nursing 
4422 ; Bridges 

4424 American Red Cross 

TOTAL 


3,000 
8,750 
4,845 







1,500 1,500 

7,000 ! 7,000 [ j 

4,84s 1 4,845 i 

500 i 500 ; 500 
3,000 2,500' 2,500 

- 


750 750 
750 750 


750 
500 


750 I L- --- - 

500 (250) 


18,895 


o 




20,255 


23,145; 22,095 


3,200 


; 








WELFARE 


1 




4415 


Aid to Disabled St. Joseph's 


845 \ 845 


1,105 I 1,105 [ 


260 


4441 


General Assistance 


30,000 j 53,585 
30,845 j 54,430 

7,050 ' 3,077 


65,000 

_i 


65,000 j 


35,000 


TOTAL 

CULTURE & RECREATION 






66,105} 66,105 J 

j 


35,260 


i ... _. I j 


4520 


Parks & Playgrounds 


8,800 | 8,800 I 


1,750 


4550 


Library 


166,338" 166,513 


176,790 
75<T 


176,790 ! 10,452 


4583 


Patriotic Purposes 


750 750 


750 


- 


4521 


W-L Youth Center/Goss Park 


12,065, 12,065 


12,427 | 12,427 




362 


4611 
4609 


Conservation Commission 
Conservation Acquisition Fund 


7,580 i 5,784 


14,335 | 14,335 




6,755 


.; :._ I __ o 


- 




- 


4610 


Heritage Commission 


600 | 536 

10,000; To.ooo 


700} 700^ 

10,6661 io,o6oT 


100 


4551 Main Street Association 


- 












TOTAL 


204,383 j 198,725 


223,802 1 223,802 




19,419 










■ 


DEBT SERVICE 




I 








4711 


Princ of L Term Bonds/Notes 


12,500 14,000 


12,500 


12,500 




- 


4713 


Local Share Sewer Principal 


19,680 


19,680 


19,680 


19,680 




- 


4721 


Interest Expense Bonds/Notes 


18,000 


16,500 


18,000 


18,000 




- 


4723 


Interest Tax Anticipation 


5,000 





5,000 


- 








Conservation Bond 


i 1,500,000 





- 


- 




(1,500,000) 







i 




I 




TOTAL 


! 1,555,180 j 50,180 


55,180 1 50,180 




(1,505,000) 

















Town of Wilton Budget 2006 
Purpose of Appropriations 






CAPITAL OUTLAY 


BUD 05 


ACT 05 


REQ06 


APPVD06 BUD 06 


INCREASE 




















4902 


Recycling Center 


50,000 


53,600 


50,000 


50,000 


- 


4908 


Highway Oept Equipment 






- 


- 


- 


4527 


Whiting Hill Road 






20,000 


20,000 


20,000 




Wing Plow for existing Ford 






9.500 


- 


- 


4908 


Truck Replacement 






40,000 


60,000 


60,000 


4905 


Fire Dept Equipment 


13,651 


10,012 


10,200 


10,200 


(3,451) 


4912 


Police Cruiser 


35,000 


34,018 


25,000 


25,000 


(10,000) 


4317 


Bridge Replacement 




21,717 


- 


! 


- 


4901 


Impd Lot Police Station 


9,030 


8,584 


- 




(9,030) 


4903 


Computer Software Police 






11,000 


11,000 


11,000 


4900 


Fire Truck 






305,486 


305,486 


305,486 


4522 


Library Drains 






60,000 


60,000 


60,000 


4525 


Marden Road Improvements 


1 





1 


1 


- 


4524 


Isaac Frye Hwy Improvement 


125,148 


53,878 


- 


- 


(125,148) 


4524 

4918 


Main SL Project 

Library Restoration 


- 





43,000 


43,000 


43,000 





300,000 


300,000 


300,000 


4901 
4523 


Fire Dept Building Plans 
Conservation Commission 





25,000 


25,000 


25,000 


170,000 


151,921 


- 


- 


(170,000) 




TOTAL 


402,830 


333,730 


899,187 


909,687 


506,857 


- 


CAPITAL RESERVE FUNDS 




















4912 


Police Cruiser 











- 


4921 


Ambulance 


5.000 


5,000 


17,000 


17,000 


12,000 


4915 


FireTruck 


40,000 


40,000 


- 


- 


(40,000) 


4923 


Town Hall Renovation 






15,000 


15,000 


15,000 


4922 


Landfill Closure 






25,000 


25,000 


25,000 


4918 


Library Restoration 


100,000 


100,000 




- 


(100,000) 


4929 


Fire Station Add/Renovations 


50,000 


50,000 


125,000 


50,000 


- 


4926 


Bridges 






25,000 


- 


- 


4908 


Highway Department 


75,000 


75,000 


50,000 


10,000 


(65,000) 










- 


- 


• 




TOTAL 


270,000 


270,000 


257,000 


117,000 


(153,000) 


















OTHER EXPENSES 












4331 


Municipal Water Dept 


159,318 


204,468 


233,100 


233,100 


73,782 


- 


TOTAL 








159.318 


204,468 


233,100 


233,100 


73,782 




GRAND TOTAL 


5,233,937 










3,725,277 


4,618,232 


4,487,382 


(746,555) 



10 



Town of Wilton Budget 2006 
Sources of Revenue 



1 ! ' ! ! 1 








BUD 05 


ACT 05 j REQ06 


EST 06 




I 








]taxes 












31 1 7 ! Interest & Penalties Del Tax 25,000 


68,338 


40,000 






31 86! Yield Tax 25,000 


9,244 


8,000 








3120 Land Use Change 50,000 


207,935 


150,000 


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3188 


Payment in Lieu of Tax 6,500 7,322 7,000 


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3119 Gravel Tax 10,000 16,989 17,000 


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TOTAL 116,500 309,828! 222,000 




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INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE STATE | 


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3351 Shared Revenue 64,378 64,378 64,378 


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3352 State Revenue Tax Program 114,548 143,456 143,000 




3353 Highway Subsidy 106,759 114,581 110,041 








3356 j Reimbursement Forest 


550 


555 l 500 








3357 FEM A 


21,643 








3359 


RR Tax State 2,300 


2,422 2,400 








3360 


Homeland Security 


17,778! 










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TOTAL 288,535 


364,813 320,3191 




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LICENSES & PERMITS 




3220 i Motor Vehicle Permits 500,000 t 598,356 


625,000 i 






3290 Dog Licenses 4,500 4,613 


4,500 








3295 Town Office Reimbursement 12,000 75 


12,000 








3291 


Marriage Licenses 


900 


800 








3211 


UCC Certificates 1,500 


1,490 


1,500 








3212 


Certified Copies 200 572; 600 






3221 ] Title Fees 1,800 1,956| 1,900 T 




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3230|Building Permits 18,000 16,313 


18,000 






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TOTAL 


538,000 624,275 


664,300; 












j CHARGES FOR SERVICES 


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3400 ! Income From Departments 68,500 j 74,598 


75,000 




3421 Recycling Other Towns 265,798 j 224,064 


247,920 I 




3420 Recycling Income 75,000 163,377 


160,000 








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TOTAL 409,298 462,039 


482,920 





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Town of Wilton Budget 2006 
Sources of Revenue 





BUD 05 


ACT 05 


REQ06 


EST 06 


MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE 










3500 Interest on Deposits 


8,000 


53,107 


60,000 


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TOTAL 


8,000 


53,107 


60,000 


- 


OTHER FINANCING SOURCES 










3361 Income From Water Dept 


159,318 


222,147 


222,147 




3425 Income From Sewer Dept 


203,890 


218,242 


218,242 




3915 Withdraw From Capital Reserve 


64,000 


110,237 


536,335 


, 


3505 Income From Trust Fund 


7,000 




10,000 




3350 Road improvements 


- 




24,000 


. .... 


TOTAL 


434,208 


550,626 


1,010,724 


- 


TOTAL REVENUE 


1,794,541 


2,364,688 


2,760,263 


- 


Total Appropriations 


5,233,937 


3,725,277 


4,618,232 


4,487,382 


Estimated Revenue 


3,294,541 






2,760,263 


Taxes To Be Raised 


1,939,396 


3,725,277 


4,618,232 


1,727,119 



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BUDGET COMMITTEE REPORT 

The Wilton Budget Committee confronted increased medical insurance and 
energy related costs as well as the usual growth related pressures. Operating 
expenses are up almost 11%. This will be offset on the municipal portion of the 
tax rate by decreases in capital expenditures and contributions to capital 
expenditures and contributions to capital reserves. 

Medical insurance continues to be a major driver of increases. Most of the 
$42,638 increase in the benefits package was driven by an 8% premium increase 
and the decision of some town employees to sign up for coverage or to switch 
from single to family coverage. 

Energy costs rippled throughout the budget. Fuel costs for police cruisers and 
heating costs for town buildings are up. Higher costs also show up in the general 
assistance (welfare) budget as more families struggle to meet their own heating 
costs. 

The big ticket expenditure will be a new fire truck to replace the 1975 Mack 
(Engine 2) for a cost of $305,486 of which $176,335 will come from capital 
reserve funds raised in prior years and about $129,000 to be raised by warrant 
this year (that is on the tax rate). The new truck will fit in the existing station but 
$50,000 is proposed to be added to capital reserves for an addition to the 
existing station (or maybe for a new station). Exactly what gets built will be 
decided in a future year. 

Another significant increase is for road resurfacing and this budget reflects a 
policy decision to increase resurfacing expenditures on an ongoing basis. 

The committee is grateful for the cooperation of the Town's department heads 
and many volunteers for their time and attention to the budget process. 
Volunteers not only make Wilton a great place to live but they are a huge factor 
in keeping the tax rate down. 

Respectfully Submitted, 

The Wilton Budget Committee 



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TOWN OF WILTON 

BALANCE SHEET 

December 31, 2005 




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Assets 








Cash 




Petty Cash 


$ 587.92 


General Fund 


$ 813,485.28 


Investment Accounts 






Municipal Money Market Account 


$ 2,685,991.14 




Investment - NHPDIP 


$ 548.96 


Water Department 


$ 370,438.37 


Conservation Commission 


$ 38,126.23 , 


I $ 3,909,177.90 






Unredeemed Taxes 


$ 120,461.41 








Uncollected Taxes 






Property Taxes $ 456,235.15 




Yield Tax | $ 2,449.06 


- 




Land Use Tax I $ 102,279.59 




| $ 560,963.80 


Liens 


Elderly Liens Receivable 


$ 18,936.96 


Welfare Liens Receivable 


$ 18,123.27 








$ 37,060.23 






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Accounts Receivable 




i $ 19,288.89 


Water Receivables 


| $ 2,410.00 


Sewer Receivables 


$ 14,896.09 


Due from Sewer 


i $ 34,824.07 








Allowance for Uncollectible Accounts 






> $ (61,625.89) 


Reserve for Liens 






$ (37,060.23) 










Capital Reserves 








Ambulance 


$ 45,303.28 






Athletic Playing Fields 


$ 18,632.87 




Bridges 


$ 55,961.27 


Cooley Park Improvement Project 


$ 77,597.58 


Emergency Service Building 


$ 75,038.50 


Fire Department Vehicle Equipment $ 180,247.40 


Fire Station Renovation & Addition $ 153,396.33 


Highway Equipment 


$ 117,923.31 


Land Acquisition, Conservation Purposes 


$ 2,660.98 1 


Library Renovation & Preservation 


$ 306,792.55 j 


Maintenance Water Well Pumps & Equipment 


$ 14,436.33 






Police Equipment 


$ 651.62 






Recycling Center $ 92,800.76 




Revaluation of Town . $ 513.98 



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Town Hall Repair Project 


$ 


23,622.24 




Water - Acquiring Quinn Brothers Lot 


$ 


120,001.16 




Water Line Installation - Eastview to Lower Main St 


$ 


247,911.82 




Water Tank Painting 


$ 


2,653.91 




Total Capital Reserve 




I $ 


1,536,145.89 


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Total Assets 




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6,136,542.16 




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Liabilities 








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Cash Offset $ 


370,438.37 j 





Water Department 


$ 


38,126.23 




Conservation Commission 








$ 


408,564.60 












Capital Reserve Offset 


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1,151,142.67 






Capital Reserve Offset - Water 


* 


385,003.22 










$ 


1,536,145.89 








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Accounts Payable 




$ 


18,390.44 






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Due from Water Department 






$ 


55,016.10 




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Intergovernmental Payable 








$ 


267.00 






Deferred Revenue (Recycle Towns) 




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Town of Greenville 


$ 


12,060.25 | 




Town of Lyndeborough 


$ 


9,066.41 j 




Town of Mason 


$ 


6,373.39 




Town of Temple 


$ 


7,493.98 








I* 


34,994.03 






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Schools 




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Due to Wilton School District 


$ 


1,085,451.98 




Due to Wilton Lyndeborough Co-Op 


$ 


1,169,112.72 


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t$ 


2,254,564.70 






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Due to Conservation Commission 




$ 


50,000.00 






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Total Liabilities 




t!$ 


4,357,942.76 






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Reserve for Encumbrances 




jt$ 


298,915.54 


Unreserved Fund Balance 




!$ 


1,479,683.86 


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Total Liabilities & Equity Accounts 




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$ 


6,136,542.16 


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Fund Balance December 31, 2004 


$ 


1,271,747.10 




Fund Balance December 31, 2005 


$ 


1,479,683.86 ! 








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Change in Financial Condition 


$ 


207,936.76 





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TOWN OF WILTON 

MS-5 Report Year Ended December 31, 2005 






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General Fund - Revenues and Expenditures 
A. Revenues 

1 . Revenue from taxes 


Account # 


. - .. 




Amount 












$6,982,410.15 


a. Property Taxes 

b. Error 2000 Schools 


3110 




$0.00 




c. Land Use Change Taxes - General Fund 

d. Land Use Change Taxes - Conservation Fund 


3120 


$207,935.00 




3121 


$0.00 




e. Resident Taxes 


3180 


$0.00 




f. Yield Taxes 


3185 


$9,244.12 




g. Payment in Lieu of Taxes 


3186 


$7,332.00 




h. Other Taxes 


3189 


$0.00 




i. Interest and Penalties on Delinquent Taxes 


3190 


$82,974.11 




j. Excavation Tax 


3187 


$16,989.46 




Total 


. 




$7,306,884.84 




2. Total Revenues for Education purposes 


$0.00 


$0.00 






3. Revenue from Licenses, Permits, and Fees 




a. Business Licenses and Permits 


3210 


$0.00 




b. Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 


3220 


$598,356.00 




c. Building Permits 


3230 


$16,313.49 




d. Other Licenses, Permits and Fees 


3290 


$9,117.02 




Total 






$623,786.51 










4. Revenue from the Federal Government 








a. Housing and Urban Renewal (HUD) 


3311 


$0.00 




b. Environmental Protection 


3312 


$0.00 




c. Other Federal Grants and Reimbursements 


3319 


$0.00 




Total 






$0.00 




5. Revenue from the State of New Hampshire 


a. Shared Revenue Block Grant 


3351 


$57,215.00 




b. Meals and Room Distribution 


3352 


$143,455.78 




c. Highway Block Grant 


3353 


$114,581.04 




d. Water Pollution Grant 


3354 


$0.00 




e. Housing and Community Development 


3355 


$0.00 




f. State and Federal Forest Land Reimbursement 


3356 


$555.38 




g. Flood Control Reimbursement 


3357 


$0.00 




h. Other State Grants and Reimbursements 


3359 


$27,784.09 




Total 






$343,591.29 




6. Revenue from other governments 


3379 


$0.00 


$0.00 




7. Revenue from Charges for Services 


a. Income from departments 


3401 


$78,192.00 





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b. Water supply system charges 3402 $222,107.08 | 


c. Sewer user charges 3403 $220,841 .42 | 


d. Garbage-refuse charges 


3404 $387,869.80 | 


e. Electric user charges 


3405 $0.00 i 


f. Airport fees 3406 $0.00 


g. Parking $0.00 


h. Transit or bus system $0.00 


i. Parks and Recreation $0.00 j 


j. Other charges 


3409 $0.00 


total 


$909,010.30 




8. Revenue from Miscellaneous Sources 


a. Special Assessment 3500 $0.00 j 


b. Sale of Municipal Property 3501 $0.00 j 


c. Interest on Investments 3502 


$49,291.11 i 


d. Rents of Property 3503 


$0.00 




e. Fines and Forfeits 3504 


$0.00 




f. Insurance Dividends and Reimbursements 3506 


$0.00 




g. Contributions and Donations 3508 


$0.00 




h. Other Sources not Otherwise Classified 3509 


$9,496.91 




Total 




$58,788.02 






9. Interfund Operating Transfers In 




a. Transfers from Special Revenue Fund 3912 


$0.00 


b. Transfers from Capital Projects Fund 


3913 


$0.00 | 


c. Transfers from Proprietary Funds 


3914 


$13,437.41 




d. Transfers from Capital Reserve Fund 


3915 


$110,236.90 




e. Transfers from Trust and Fiduciary Funds 


3916 


$0.00 




f. Transfers from Conservation Fund 3917 $0.00 




Total 


$123,674.31 


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10. Other Financial Sources 






a. Proceeds from Long-term Notes and 
General Obligation bonds 


3934 


$0.00 




b. Proceeds from all other Bonds 


3935 


$0.00 




c. Other Long-term Financial Sources 


3936 


$0.00 










$0.00 








11. Total Revenues from all Sources 




$9,365,735.27 


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12. Total Fund Equity (Beginning of Year) 




$1,202,387.48 


Total of Lines 11 and 12 




$10,568,122.75 










B. Expenditures 
















1 . General Government 








a. Executive 


4130 


$222,378.13 




b. Election and Registration 


4140 


$469.12 




c. Financial Administration 


4150 


$0.00 





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d. Revaluation of Property 4152 $0.00 




e. Legal Expense 4153 


$22,509.37 




f. Personnel Administration 4155 


$0.00 




g. Planning and Zoning 


4191 


$34,245.76 




h. General Government Building 


4194 


$73,072.54 




i. Cemeteries 


4195 


$29,765.26 




j. Insurance not Otherwise Allocated 


4196 


$106,654.81 i 


k. Advertising and Regional Association 


4197 


$0.00 




I. Other General Government 


4198 


$218,743.94 




Total 






$707,838.93 










2. Public Safety 








a. Police 


4210 


$378,335.02 




b. Ambulance 


4215 


$38,938.00 


c. Fire 4220 


$66,507.72 




d. Building Inspection 4240 $16,997.10 




e. Emergency Management 4290 


$2,890.00 




f. Other Public Safety (including Communications) 4299 


$74,575.43 










$578,243.27 










3. Airport/Aviation Center 






a. Administration 4301 


$0.00 




b. Airport Operations 4302 


$0.00 




c. Other 4309 


$0.00 




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$0.00 


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4. Highways and Streets 


I 


a. Administration 431 1 


$0.00 




b. Highways and Streets 4312 


$381,502.42 




c. Bridges 4313 


$21,716.64 




d. Street Lighting 4316 


$20,105.48 




e. Other Highway, Streets, and Bridges 4319 


$209,618.56 






$632,943.10 


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5. Sanitation 




a. Administration 4321 $0.00 




b. Solid Waste Collection 4323 $6,789.99 




c. Solid Waste Disposal 4324 $483,742.84 


d. Solid Waste Clean-up 


4325 $0.00 




e. Sewerage Collection and Disposal 


4326 


$188,910.34 




f. Other Sanitation 


4329 


$0.00 










$679,443.17 










6. Water Distribution and Treatment 








a. Administration 


4331 


$0.00 




b. Water Services 4332 


$204,487.74 




c. Water Treatment 4335 


$0.00 


d. Water Conservation 4338 


$0.00 I 


e. Other Water 4339 $0.00 | 


$204,487.74 



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7. Electric 

a. Administration 



4351 



$0.00 



b. Generation 



4352 



$0.00 



c. Purchase Costs 



4353 



$0.00 



d. Equipment Maintenance 



4354 



$0.00 



e. Other Electric 



4359 



$0.00 



$0.00 



8. Health 



a. Administration 



4411 



$400.46 



b. Pest Control 



4414 



$1,760.00 



c. Health Agencies and Hospita ls 



4415 



$0.00 



d. Vital Statistics 



4140 



$0.00 



e. Other Health 



4419 



$18,940.00 



$21,100.46 



9. Total Expenditures for Educational purposes 



$0.00 



$0.00 



10. Welfare 



a. Administration 



4441 



$54,335.19 



b. Direct Assistance 



4442 



$0.00 



c. Intergovernmental Welfare Payments 



4444 



$0.00 



d. Vendor Payments 



4445 



e. Other Welfare 



4449 



$0.00 



$0.00 



$54,335.19 



1 1 . Culture and Recreation 



a. Parks and Recreation 



4520 



$15,141.90 



b. Library 



4550 



$166,337.50 



c. Patriotic Purposes 



4583 



$750.00 



d. Other Culture and Recreation 



4589 



$10,000.00 



$192,229.40 



12. Conservation 



a. Administration 



4611 



$5,784.10 



b. Purchase of Natural Resources 



4612 



c. Other Conservation 



4619 



$0.00 
$536.02 



$6,320.12 



1 3. Redevelopme nt and Housing 
a. Administration 



4631 



$0.00 



b. Redevelopment and Housing 



4632 



$0.00 



$0.00 



14. Economic Development 



a. Administration 



4651 



$0.00 



b. Economic Development 



4652 



$0.00 



c. Other Economic Development 



4659 



$0.00 



$0.00 



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15. Debt Service 


a. Principal Long Term Bonds and Noted 471 1 $32,180.00 ; 


b. Interest on Long Term Bonds and Noted 4721 $3,000.00 


c. Interest on Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes 4723 $0.00 


d. Other Debt Service Charges 4790 $0.00 


$35,180.00 




16. Capital Outlay 


a. Land and Improvements 4901 $252,035.79 


b. Machinery, Vehicles, and Equipment 4902 $100,076.58 


c. Buildings 4903 $8,584.46 


d. Improvements other than Buildings 4909 


$0.00 




$360,696.83 






17. Interfund Operating Transfers Out 


I 


a. Transfers to Special Revenue Fund 4912 $0.00 


b. Transfers to Capital Projects Fund 4913 $0.00 


c. Transfers to Proprietary Funds 4914 $0.00 


d. Transfers to Capital Reserve Fund 4915 $285,000.00 


e. Transfers to Expendable Trust Funds 4916 $0.00' 


f. Transfers to Nonexpendable Trust Funds 4918 $0.00 


Total 




$285,000.00 




18. Payments to other Governments 




a. Taxes Assessed for County 4931 


$422,535.00 | 


b. Taxes Assessed for PrecinctsA/illage Districts 4932 


$0.00 


c. Local Education Taxes Assessed 4933 


$4,996,561.30 


d. State Education Taxes Assessed 4939 $0.00 


e. Payments to other Governments 4939 $0.00 


Total 


$5,419,096.30 


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19. Total Expenditures $9,176,914.51 




20. Total Fund Equity (End of Year) 


$1,479,683.86 




Total of Lines 19 and 20 ! $10,656,598.37 



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TOWN OF WILTON 
DETAILED STATEMENTS OF PAYMENTS 
FY 2005 



Town Office Expense 






Appropriation = $217,100.00 






Salary Appraiser 


16,740.00 




Salary Accountant 


4,452.50 




Labor - Administrative Assistant 


40,300.00 




Labor - Clerk 


39,858.00 




Labor - Clerical 


35,596.20 




Labor - Assistant 


23,103.76 




Advertising 


394.46 




Audit 


14,800.00 




Computer Support 


638.75 




Computer Service 


635.00 




Contract Services 


16,535.90 




Conventions 


470.00 




Dues/Subscriptionss 


2,860.20 




Fees - State 


300.00 




Insurance 


283.00 




Miscellaneous 


236.00 




Postage 


3,412.81 




Recording Fee 


328.28 




Refunds 


30.00 




Repairs - Equipment 


99.00 




Supplies 


6,125.13 




Tax Liens 


869.00 




Phone Expense 


4,328.47 




Town Report 


1,264.30 




Training 


90.00 




Travel 


329.10 


214,079.86 



Town Officers Salaries 
Appropriation = $8,100.00 



Salary - Selectmen 
Salary - Treasurer 
Salary - Overseer 
Salary - Trustees 



5,400.00 
750.00 

1,000.00 
750.00 



7,900.00 



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Elections & Registrations 
Appropriation = $1,275.00 

Labor - Moderator 68.25 

Labor - Supervisor 319.50 

Labor - Ballot Clerks 81 .37 



Legal Expense 
Appropriation = $20,000.00 

Legal Expense 21,119.67 



Cemeteries 
Appropriation = $35,585.00 



Labor - Part Time 


112.00 


Labor - Highway 


89.40 


Labor - Holiday 


341.25 


Labor - Laurel Hill 


10,132.82 


Labor - Mt. Calvary 


4,348.59 


Labor - South Yard 


2,256.49 


Labor - Vale End 


2,335.83 


Contracted Service 


146.60 


Electricity 


102.31 


Equipment New 


6,722.08 


Gasoline 


274.99 


Maps 


1,291.00 


Repair Parts 


559.68 


Repairs - Equipment 


85.70 


Supplies 


866.52 


Water Service 


100.00 


Planning Board 




Appropriation = $28,764.00 




Labor - Secretary 


310.50 


Labor - Clerical 


6,376.60 


Advertising 


1,217.23 


NRPC 


21,311.63 


Postage 


293.31 


Recording Fee 


172.81 



469.12 



21 ; 119.67 



29,765.26 



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Refunds 




100.00 


Supplies 




218.96 


Training 




25.00 


Zoning Book 


Zoning Board 
Appropriation = $2,950.00 


293.77 


Labor - Secretary 




1,768.53 


Labor - Clerical 




167.03 


Advertising 




769.78 


Postage 




367.01 


Printing 




53.60 



Unemployment Compensation 
Appropriation ■ $2,361.00 

State Unemployment Tax 2,523.00 





Buildings 




Appropriation = 


■ $48,300.00 




Labor - Janitorial 






3,582.76 


Contract Services 






115.00 


Electricity 






6,291.39 


Heating Fuel 






8,134.40 


Repairs - Building 






9,783.14 


Repairs - Equipment 






20,126.25 


Sewer Use Charge 






650.00 


Supplies 






168.86 


Water Service 






841.00 



FICA Town Portion 
Appropriation = $62,500.00 

FICA 42,004.76 

Police Retirement 26,347.21 



30,319.81 



3,125.95 



2,523.00 



49,692.80 



68,351.97 



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Public Liability Insurance 
Appropriation = $38,490.00 

Insurance 39,006.27 



Workmen's Comp. Insurance 
Appropriation = $40,293.00 

Workmen's Comp 65,130.54 



Police Buildings 
Appropriation = $16,460.00 



Labor - Janitorial 






3,900.00 


Alarm Maintenance 






462.00 


Contract Services 






200.00 


Electricity 






5,381.20 


New Equipment 






204.00 


Heating Fuel 






2,499.98 


Miscellaneous 






52.69 


Repairs - Equipment 






585.80 


Sewer Use Charge 






120.00 


Supplies 






116.07 


Water Service 






175.00 




Benefit Package 




Appropriation 


= $121,780.00 




Health Insurance 






131,309.71 


Dental 






9,307.99 


Short Term Disability 






3,634.37 


Long Term Disability 






3,190.84 


Life Insurance 






426.06 



Police Department 
Appropriation = $382,521.00 

Labor - Administrative Assistant 27,261 .45 

Labor - Court Duty 5,680.67 

Salary - Chief 58,549.40 



24 



39,006.27 



65,130.54 



13,696.74 



147,868.97 



Salary - Regulars 


212,385.59 




Labor - Specials 


9,652.22 




Labor - Private Duty 


6,703.06 




Labor - Training 


123.98 




Labor - Vacation 


709.50 




Labor - Holiday 


10,308.18 




Advertising 


208.56 




Ammunition 


598.83 




Breathalyzer Test 


197.74 




1999 Ford Cruiser 


490.64 




2001 Ford Cruiser 


537.67 




2003 Ford Cruiser 


3,176.16 




Computer Support 


6,106.88 




Dare Program 


420.00 




Dues/Subscription 


175.00 




Equipment New 


213.96 




Equipment Rental 


599.00 




Film & Developing 


52.27 




Gasoline 


10,895.75 




Miscellaneous 


670.40 




Postage 


270.99 




Radio Repairs 


60.00 




Refunds 


30.00 




Repairs - Equipment 


90.00 




Signs 


40.95 




Supplies 


3,494.47 




Homeland Security 


3,718.79 




Donations 


1,102.90 




Phone Expense 


3,127.75 




Testing 


407.00 




Tires 


738.12 




Training 


5,686.65 




Travel 


175.61 




Uniforms 


3,480.92 


378,141.06 


Communications 






Appropriation = $99,237.00 






Support 


97,535.75 




Phone Expense 


1,423.64 





98,959.39 



25 



Ambulance Support 
Appropriation = $39,938.00 



Support 



38,938.00 



Fire Department 




Appropriation = $75,137.00 




Labor - Janitorial 


3,795.00 


Air Pack Maintenance 


346.62 


30 - Engine 1 


1,416.26 


30 - Engine 2 


2,137.30 


30 - Engine 3 


495.26 


30 - Tanker 1 


2,266.97 


30 - Ladder 1 


3,571.72 


30 - Rescue 1 


1,090.50 


30 - Forestry 1 


157.22 


Dues/Subscriptions 


185.00 


Electricity 


1,874.36 


Fire Prevention 


262.00 


Food 


131.63 


Gasoline 


2,985.92 


Heating Fuel 


3,539.56 


Insurance 


3,845.03 


Diesel Fuel 


914.80 


Radio Repairs 


940.69 


Reimbursement 


29,889.50 


Repairs - Building 


447.53 


Repairs - Equipment 


4,005.11 


Sewer Use Charge 


390.00 


Supplies 


499.36 


Phone Expense 


1,275.91 


Training 


1,020.00 


Uniforms 


33.62 


Water Service 


780.00 


Hazardous Waste 


1,207.00 



69,503.87 



Building Inspection 
Appropriation = $18,895.00 



Labor - Supervisor 
Burner Inspection 



15,053.00 
420.00 



26 



Dues/Subscriptions 




25.00 


Equipment New 






667.48 


Postage 






4.42 


Supplies 






68.25 


Training 






578.05 


Travel 






180.90 




Emergency Management 






Appropriation = 


= $3,390.00 




Equipment New 






2,890.00 



16,997.10 



2,890.00 



Highway Department 
Appropriation = $382,100.00 



Labor - Part Time 
Labor - Highway 
Labor - Supervisor 
Labor - Vacation 
Labor - Holiday 
Labor - Sick 
Advertising 
Blades & Bolts 
Chains 

Contract Services 
Culvert - Pipe 
Diesel Fuel 
Dues/Subscriptions 
Electricity 
Equipment New 
Equipment Rental 
Fees - State 
Gasoline 
Heating Fuel 
Hot Top-Patch 
Manholes 
Medical 

Motor Oil & Greases 
Pagers 

Radio Repairs 
Repair Parts 
Repairs - Building 



4,939.37 

160,945.21 

55,965.00 

1,999.20 

1,730.80 

534.95 

182.50 
4,608.12 
2,202.90 
8,884.71 
1,075.35 
19,017.66 

175.00 

892.97 
3,302.20 

204.90 
25.00 

784.62 
1,020.52 
3,573.98 
28.30 
3,315.00 
1,430.24 

404.60 
1,091.75 
9,913.98 

699.20 



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Repairs - Equipment 






13,745.24 




Salt 






46,964.54 




Sand-Gravel-Stone 






11,556.72 




Sidewalks 






2,578.40 




Signs 






3,322.62 




Supplies 






7,715.19 




Phone Expense 






656.87 




Testing 






220.00 




Tires 






3,938.44 




Training 






155.00 




Travel 






43.10 




Water Service 






106.00 


379,950.15 




Hydrants 






Appropriation ■ 


= $16,200.00 






Water Service 






16,200.00 





Resurfacing 
Appropriation = $195,050.00 



Labor - Highway 


20,259.28 


Asphalt 


52,000.00 


Contract Services 


108,893.23 


Hot Top-Patch 


4,946.10 


Pipes & Culverts 


1,688.32 


Sand - Gravel - Stone 


5,631.63 


Street Lighting 




Appropriation = $23,000.00 




Electricity 


20,105.48 


Bridges 




Prior Year Encumbrance 




Contract Services 


21,217.08 


Supplies 


499.56 



16,200.00 



193,418.56 



20,105.48 



21,716.64 



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Landfill Closure 
Appropriation = $2,500.00 



Testing 



Recycling Center 
Appropriation = $501,670.00 



Labor - Full Time 

Labor - Part-Time 

Labor - Supervisor 

Labor - Vacation 

Labor - Holiday 

Labor - Sick 

Advertising 

Ash Testing 

Ash Removal 

Contract Services 

Diesel Fuel 

Dues/Subscriptions 

Dumpster Hauling 

Electricity 

Heating Fuel 

Miscellaneous 

Motor Oil & Greases 

Repairs - Building 

Repairs - Equipment 

Repairs - Incinerator 

Repairs - 88 Bob Cat 

Repairs - 97 Case 

Supplies 

Phone Expense 

Ties 

Tire Removal 

Toxic Material Removal 

Water Service 

FICA 

Health Insurance 

Dental 

Short Term Disability 

Long Term Disability 

Life Insurance 

Propane Tank Removal 



6,789.99 



108,270.11 

14,094.43 

39,130.00 

691.50 

687.20 

593.60 

75.00 

212.50 

6,254.30 

1,344.00 

3,547.16 

660.00 

175,529.00 

8,283.74 

58,513.59 

65.72 

808.57 

370.00 

1,773.91 

7,678.22 

87.02 

2,818.33 

3,572.82 

461.41 

1,942.80 

6,255.98 

9,018.00 

100.00 

13,292.73 

16,226.94 

1,402.22 

872.85 

671.21 

99.65 

903.00 



6,789.99 



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Refrigerators 




1,324.00 




Scrap Metal 




2,259.70 


489,891.21 


Sewer Department 






Appropriation = 


= $203,890.00 






Labor - Part Time 




375.00 




Labor - Highway 




818.16 




Labor - Pump Station 




10,694.26 




Labor - Commissioners 




1,800.00 




Communications 




216.00 




Contract Services 




1,872.40 




Electricity 




6,643.80 




Equipment New 




492.75 




Equipment Rental 




440.00 




Interest 




14,873.22 




Postage 




111.00 




Principal Payment 




19,680.00 




Repair Parts 




180.13 




Repairs - Equipment 




6,009.00 




Sewer Use Charge 




123,085.00 




Supplies 




1,504.52 




Phone Expense 




73.60 




Travel 




41.50 





188,910.34 



Water Department 
Appropriation = $159,318.00 



Labor - Clerical 
Labor - Part Time 
Labor - Highway 
Labor - Pump Station 
Labor - Commissioners 
Labor - Flush Hydrants 
Advertising 
Chemicals 
Communications 
Contract Services 
Dam Registration 
Dues/Subscriptions 
Electricity 
Equipment New 



1,315.64 

8,056.92 

3,342.60 

5,121.34 

1,400.00 

476.40 

37.50 

14,193.64 

305.60 

68,640.46 

400.00 

300.00 

12,694.54 

21,026.78 



30 



Hot Top-Patch 






552.08 




Interest 






3,098.10 




Legal Expense 






120.00 




Postage 






226.42 




Principal Payment 






45,000.00 




Repair Parts 






118.75 




Repairs-Building 






620.00 




Repairs-Equipment 






3,727.40 




Water Meters 






1,159.60 




Supplies 






8,013.26 




Phone Expense 






807.86 




Testing 






3,027.00 




Training 






403.00 




Travel 






828.90 


205,013.79 




Health Department 






Appropriation = 


= $1,000.00 






Health Officer 






400.00 




Postage 






0.46 





Animal Control 
Appropriation = $3,050.00 

Fees-State 1,760.00 



St. Joseph Support 
Appropriation = $845.00 

Support 845.00 



Home Health Care 
Appropriation = $7,000.00 

Support 8,750.00 



400.46 



1,760.00 



845.00 



8,750.00 



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Monadnock Family Services 
Appropriation = $4,845.00 



Support 



4,845.00 



4,845.00 



Rape & Assault Support 
Appropriation = $750.00 



Support 



750.00 



750.00 



Neighborhood Health Center 
Appropriation = $1,500.00 



Support 



3,000.00 



3,000.00 



American Red Cross 
Appropriation = $750.00 



Support 



750.00 



750.00 



Welfare 
Appropriation = $30,000.00 



Dues/Subscriptions 




30.00 


Electricity 






3,964.27 


Food 






173.28 


Gasoline 






45.85 


Heating Fuel 






4,156.84 


Medical 






3,675.21 


Rental 






41,478.65 


Phone Expense 






510.08 


Training 






35.00 


Travel 






33.00 




Parks & Recreation 






Appropriation 


= $7,050.00 




Labor - Part Time 






2,952.31 


Supplies 






124.59 



54,102.18 



3,076.90 



32 



Goss Park 
Appropriation = $12,065.00 



Support 



12,065.00 



12,065.00 



Isaac Frye Highway Improvements 
Appropriation = $53,878.30 



Contract Services 


53,878.30 


53,878.30 


Library 
Appropriation = $166,338.00 






Labor 
Support 


175.50 
166,337.50 


166,513.00 



Wilton Main Street Association 
Appropriation = $10,000.00 



Support 



10,000.00 



10,000.00 



Support 



Memorial Day 
Appropriation = $750.00 



Conservation Acquisition Fund 
Appropriation = $170,000.00 



750.00 



750.00 



Equipment New 




1,061.85 


Land Acquisition 


Heritage Commission 
Appropriation = $600.00 


150,858.74 


Conventions 




75.00 


Signs 




308.42 


Supplies 




152.60 



151,920.59 



536.02 



33 



Conservation Commission 
Appropriation = $7,580.00 



Advertising 






144.50 


Contract Services 






5,000.00 


Dues/Subscriptions 






200.00 


Trails & Land Maintenance 






149.00 


Postage 






0.60 


Training 






290.00 


Recycle 


Center Note 




Appropriation ■ 


= $12,500.00 




Principal Payment 






12,500.00 



Sewer Note Local 
Appropriation = $19,680.00 

Principal Payment 19,680.00 



Recycle Interest 
Appropriation = $3,000.00 

Interest 3,000.00 



Emergency Services Building 
Appropriation = $9,030.00 

Supplies 8,584.46 



Recycling Center Capital 
Appropriation = $50,000.00 

Capital Reserve Fund 15,000.00 

Equipment New 53,600.00 



5,784.10 



12,500.00 



19,680.00 



3,000.00 



8,584.46 



68,600.00 



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Fire Department Capital 
Appropriation = $13,651.00 



Capital Reserve Fund 


862.00 


Equipment New 


8,076.00 


Fire Department Capital - Other 


1,074.00 



C/R Police Cruiser 
Appropriation = $35,000.00 

Capital Reserve Fund 34,017.75 



C/R Fire Tanker 
Appropriation = $40,000.00 

Capital Reserve Fund 40,000.00 



C/R Library 
Appropriation = $100,000.00 

Capital Reserve Fund 100,000.00 



C/R Highway Equipment 
Appropriation = $75,000.00 

Capital Reserve Fund 75,000.00 



C/R Ambulance 
Appropriation = $5,000.00 

Capital Reserve Fund 5,000.00 

C/R New Fire Station 
Appropriation = $50,000.00 

Capital Reserve Fund 50,000.00 



10,012.00 



34,017.75 



40,000.00 



100,000.00 



75,000.00 



5,000.00 



50,000.00 



35 



Hillsborough County 
Appropriation = $422,535.00 

County Tax 422,535.00 

422,535.00 

School Tax 
Appropriation = $4,995,561.30 



Wilton Elementary School 2,001 ,428.00 

WLC 2,995,133.28 



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4,996,561.28 



TREASURER'S REPORT 
JANUARY 1, 2005 to DECEMBER 31, 2005 

Cash on Hand 1/1/2005 

Town Accounts Invested: 

Investment Account $ 533.57 

General Fund $ 2,922,529.46 

Water Department Savings $ 360,150.08 

Conservation Land Acquisition $ 37,067.34 

Petty Cash $ 587.92 

Total Town Accounts $ 3,320,868.37 

Total Cash on Hand 1/1/2005 $ 3,320,868.37 

Receipts 

Town Clerk & Other Sources $ 633,283.42 

Tax Collector $ 7,306,884.84 

From Capital Reserve & Trusts $ 123,674.31 

From State of NH $ 343,591 .29 

Charges for Services $ 909,010.30 

Interest on Investments $ 49,291.11 

Total Receipts $ 9,365,735.27 

Total Cash Before Payments $ 12,686,603.64 
Less: Payments per Order of Selectmen $8,777,425.83 

Total Payments $ 8,777,425.83 

Balance on Hand 12/31/2005 $ 3,909,177.81 

Town Accounts: 

Town Accounts Invested: 

Investment Account $ 2,686,540.01 

General Fund $ 813,485.28 

Water Department Savings $ 370,438.37 

Conservation Land Acquisition $ 38,126.23 

Petty Cash $ 587.92 

Total Town Accounts $ 3,909,177.81 

Total Cash on Hand 12/31/2005 $ 3,909,177.81 



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, 2005 




Unexpended 


FUND BALANCE. December 31. 2004 




Principal 


Income 


Balance 


Cemetery Funds: 


Common Fund (555 Cemetery Lots) 




124,143.92 


0.00 


124,143.92 


Beahsto Fund 




433.65 


0.00 


433.65 


Capital Reserve Funds: 


Ambulance 




35,000.00 


4,181.90 


39,181 90 


Athletic Playing Fields 




59,394.01 


3,676.43 


63,070.44 


Bridges 




32,970.92 


21,436.08 


54,407.00 


Cooley Park Improvement Project 




52,534.00 


22,908.46 


75,442.46 


Emergency Services Building 




40,000.00 


32,954.46 


72,954.46 


Fire Department Vehicle Equipment 




117,500.00 


18,835.39 


136,335.39 


Fire Station , Renovation /Addition 




100,000.00 


503.67 


100.503.67 


Highway Equipment 




35,000.00 


6,699.40 


41,699.40 


Land Acquisition, Conservation Purposes 




0.00 


2587.06 


2,587.06 


Library Renovation & Preservation 


200,000.00 


1,007.02 


201,007.02 


Police Equipment 


12,500.00 


1,750.49 


14,250.49 


Recycling Center 


72,308.94 


51,957.15 


124,266.09 


Revaluation of Town 




0.00 


499.51 


499.51 


Town Hall Repair Project 




20,000.00 


2,966.18 


22,966.18 


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




122,000.00 


35,449.61 


157,449.61 


Wilton School Dist., Modifications/Roof Drains 




14,074.87 


1,981.87 


16,056.74 


Wilton School Dist., Building Improvements 




82,338.76 


3.862.90 


86,201.66 


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


249,119.50 


3,315.57: 


252,435.07 


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




22,393.78 


2,486.07 


24,879.85 


Wilton Water Commission, Painting Water Tank 




2,528.00 


52.12 


2,580.12 


School Funds: 


Isaac Spalding Fund 




15,659.21 


0.00 


15,659.21 


Hattie Livesey Fund 




21,731.60 


0.00 


21,731.60 


Hannah Howard Fund 




6,385.71 


0.00 


6,385.71 


S. Archibald Smith Prize Fund 




1,000.00 


24.38 


1,024.38 


Roland R. Cooley Fund 




10,000.00 


5,187.23' 


15,187.23 


Florence M. Wheeler Fund 




73,670.00 


106.51 


73,776.51 


BALANCE December 31. 2004 




1,522,686.87 


224,429.46 


1,747.116.33 






RECEIPTS. January 1 . 2005 throuqh December 31 


2005 








Principal 


Cemetery Lots: 


Paro, Steven & Ward, Susan 




900.00 






Smith, Michael 




400.00 






Keefe, John & Ann 




300.00 






Ives, Kristina 




400.00 






Budro, Claire 




300.00 







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Price, Jackie L 


300.00 






Thompson, Mark & Danielle 


600.00 


i 


Wagner, Charles & Therese 


400.00 






Boutwell, Elmer C. 


300.00 


3,900.00 




Capital Reserve Funds: 








Ambulance 


5,000.00 






Fire Dept. Vehicle Equipment 


40,000.00 






Fire Station Renovation/Addition 


50,000.00 






Highway Equipment 


75,000.00 






Library Renovation/Restoration 


100,000.00 






Recycling Center 


15,000.00 






Wilton-Lyndeborough Co-Op Educating Disabled Children 


25,000.00 






Wilton School Dist. Maint. & Building Improvements 


293.24 






Wilton Water Comm. Acquiring Quinn Bros. Lot 


118,000.00 


428,293.24 




School Funds: 








Isaac Spalding Fund 


1.54 






Hattie Livesey Fund 


0.53 






Hannah Howard Fund 


0.79 


2.86 




Florence Wheeler Fund f/b/o Wilton Ambulance Serv. 




564.13 


432,760.23 










Income 








Cemetery Funds: 








Dora B. Bearisto Fund 


12.24 






Common Fund 


9,589.67 


9,601.91 




Capital Reserve Funds: 








Ambulance 


1,121.38 






Athletic Playing Fields 


1,799.33 






Bridges 


1,554.27 






Cooley Park Improvement Project 


2,155.12 






Emergency Services Building 


2,084.04 






Fire Department Vehicle Equipment 


3,912.01 






Fire Station, Renovation /Addition 


2,892.66 






Highway Equipment 


1,223.91 






Land Acquisition, Conservation Purposes 


73.92 


1 




Library Renovation & Preservation 


5,785.53 






Police Equipment 


401.13 






Recycling Center 


3,534.67 






Revaluation of Town 


14.47 






Town Hall Repair Project 


656.06 






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


4,497.75 






Wilton-Lyndeborough Co-Op Educating Disabled Children 


676.64 






Wilton School Dist., Modifications of Roof Drains 


458.69 






Wilton School Dist., Bldg. Improvements 


859.99 






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


7,156.20 






Wilton Water Comm. Maint. Well Pumps & Equip. 


416.73 






Wilton Water Comm. Painting Water Tank 


73.79 






Wilton Water Comm. Acquiring Quinn Bros. Lot 


2,001.16 


43,349.45 













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School Funds: 








Isaac Spalding Fund 


845.13 






Hattie Livesey Fund 


1,597.61 






Hannah Howard Fund 


451.71 


2,894.45 




S. Archibald Smith Prize Fund 




41.57 




Roland R. Cooley Fund 




433.87 




Florence M. Wheeler Fund 




2,117.07 


58,438.32 


TOTAL AVAILABLE FUNDS 






2,238,314.88 




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I 


DISBURSEMENTS. January 1. 2005 through December 31. 2005 




Cemetery Funds: 








Safe Deposit Box Rent 


45.00 






Rodney C. Woodman, Inc. 


60.00 






Town of Wilton, NH 


9,496.91 


9,601.91 












Capital Reserve Funds: 








Athletic Playing Fields 


46,236.90 






Police Equipment 


14,000.00 






Recycling Center 


50,000.00 






Wilton School Dist, Maint. & Building Improvements 


67,100.00 






Wilton Water Comm. Install Eastview Lines 


11,679.45 






Wilton Water Comm. Main. Pumps & Equip. 


10,860.25 


199,876.60 












School Funds: 








Wilton School District 




2,894.45 




S. Archibald Smith Prize Fund 




41.58 


212,414.54 


BALANCE. December 31 . 2005 




1 2,025,900.34 






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i 






Unexpended 




FUND BALANCES. December 31. 2005 


Principal 


Income 


Balance 


Cemetery Funds: 








Common Fund (564 Cemetery Lots) 


128,043.92 


0.00 


128,043.92 


Bearisto Fund 


433.65 


0.00 


433.65 


Capital Reserve Funds: 








Ambulance 


40,000.00 


5,303.28 


45,303.28 


Athletic Playing Fields 


13,157.11 


5,475.76 


18,632.87 


Bridges 


32,970.92 


22,990.35 


55,961.27 


Cooley Park Improvement Project 


52,534.00 


25,063.58 


77,597.58 


Emergency Services Building 


40,000.00 


35,038.50 


75,038.50 


Fire Dept., Vehicle Equipment 


157,500.00 


22,747.40 


180,247.40 


Fire Station, Renovation/Addition 


150,000.00 


3,396.33 


153,396.33 


Highway Equipment 


110,000.00 


7,923.31 


117,923.31 


Land Acquisition, Conservation Purposes 


0.00 


2,660.98 


2,660.98 


Library Renovation & Preservation 


300,000.00 


6,792.55 


306,792.55 


Police Equipment 0.00 


651.62 651.62 


Recycling Center 


37,308.94! 55,491.82) 92,800.76 



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Revaluation of Town 


0.00 


513.98 


513.98 


Town Hall Repair Project 


20,000.00 


3,622.24 


23,622.24 


Wilton-Lyndeborough Co-Op Educating Disabled Children 


25,000.00 


676.64 


25,676.64 


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


122,000.00 


39,947.36 


161,947.36 


Wilton School Dist., Modifications/Roof Drains 


14,074.87 


2,440.56 


16,515.43 


Wilton School Dist., Building Improvements 


15,532.00 


4,722.89 


20,254.89 


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


237,440.05 


10,471.77 


247,911.82 


Wilton Water Comm. Maint. Well Pumps & Equip. 


11,533.53 


2,902.80 


14,436.33 


Wilton Water Commission, Painting Water Tank 


2,528.00 


125.91 


2,653.91 


Wilton Water Comm. Acquiring Quinn Bros. Lot 


118,000.00 


2,001.16 


120,001.16 


School Funds: 








Isaac Spalding Fund 


15,660.75 




15,660.75 


Hattie Livesey Fund 


21,732.13 




21,732.13 


Hannah Howard Fund 


6,386.50 




6,386.50 


S. Archibald Smith Prize Fund 


1,000.00 


24.37 


1,024.37 


Roland R. Cooley Fund 


10,000.00 


5,621.10 


15,621.10 


Florence M. Wheeler Fund 


74,234.13 


2,223.58 


76,457.71 


BALANCE. December 31 . 2005 


1.757.070.50 


268 829 84 


2.025.900.34 










STATEMENT OF INVESTMENTS 






TRUSTEES OF THE TRUST FUNDS 






December 31, 2005 






Cash on Hand, Bank of America 








Common Fund 




31,313.51 




S.A. Smith Prize Fund 




24.37 


31,337.88 


Cemetery Funds: 








Common Fund 








NH Public Deposit Investment Pool (NHPDIP) 






55,000.00 


$5,000 U.S. Government "H" Bond 






5,000.00 


16,916.190 Shares The Alliance Bernstein Mid-Cap Growth Fund -C 


ass A 


1,638.36 


1,779.025 Shares-Eaton Vance Balanced Fund Class A 




2,367.33 


14,101.234 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) 






45,303.28 


Athletic Playing Fields, NHPDIP 






18,632.87 


Bridges, NHPDIP 






55,961.27 


Cooley Park Improvement Project, NHPDIP 






77,597.58 


Emergency Services Building, NHPDIP 






75,038.50 


Fire Department Vehicle Equipment, NHPDIP 






180,247.40 


Fire Station, Renovation/Addition, NHPDIP 






153,396.33 


Highway Equipment, NHPDIP 






117,923.31 


Land Acquisition, Conservation Purposes, NHPDIP 






2,660.98 


Library Renovation & Preservation, NHPDIP 






306,792.55 


Police Equipment, NHPDIP 






651.62 



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Recycling Center, NHPDIP 


, .._ . 




92,800.76 


Revaluation of Town, NHPDIP 






513.98 


Town Hall Repair Project, NHPDIP 






23,622.24 


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


161,947.36 


Wilton-Lyndeborough Co-Op Educating Disabled Children, NHPDIP 


25,676.64 


Wilton School Dist., Modifications of Roof Drains, NHPDIP 


16,515.43 


Wilton School Dist., Building Improvements, NHPDIP 20,254.89 


Wilton Water Comm. Line Installation, Eastview to Lower Main St., NHPDIP 247,91 1 .82 


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


14,436.33 


Wilton Water Commission, Painting of Water Tank, NHPDIP 




2,653.91 


Wilton Water Comm. Acquiring Quinn Bros. Lot, NHPDIP 




120,001.16 


School Funds: 








Isaac Spalding Fund, NHPDIP 






14,410.61 


Hattie Livesey Fund, NHPDIP 






17,451.11 


Hannah Howard Fund, NHPDIP 






5,239.10 


10 Shares Agere Systems, Class B Common 






96.90 


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 


1 500 Shares-AT&T, Inc, Common 






2,995.56 


S.Archibald Smith Prize Fund for Excellence in English 








Certificate of Deposit, Bank of America 






1,000.00 


Roland R. Cooley Fund, NHPDIP 




15,621.10 


Florence M. Wheeler Fund, NHPDIP 




76,457.71 


FUND BALANCE. December 31. 2005 




2.025.900.34 


i • ■ 


Respectfully Submitted, 


JOHN H. HUTCHINSON 








LOUISE K. GREENE 








Trustees of the Trust Funds 

































42 



WILTON TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT 
JANUARY 1, 2005 - DECEMBER 31, 2005 



Uncollected Taxes: 

Property Taxes 

Land Use ChangeTaxes 

Yield Taxes 

Sewer Taxes 

Water Bills - Includes Penalties 



Levies 
of 2005 



Debit 



Prior 
Levies 

771,228.29 

86.55 

393.02 

11,820.00 

3,361.00 



Taxes Committed to Collector: 




Property Taxes 


6,964,003.00 


Excavation Activity Taxes 


16,989.46 


Land Use Change Tax 


207,935.00 


Yield Taxes 


9,244.12 


Sewer Taxes 


219,526.00 


Water Bills 


187,932.00 


Added Taxes: 




Property Taxes 


3,453.00 


Sewer Taxes 


1,439.39 


Water Bills 


1,169.00 


Overpayment/Refunds: 




Property Taxes 


32,101.17 


Water Payments 


- 


Sewer Taxes 


- 


Land Use Change Tax 


34.52 



13,199.00 



9,384.13 



Water Shut Off Fees & Penalties: 



775.00 






Interest Collected On: 




Delinquent Property Taxes 


5,089.51 


Excavation Activity Taxes 


- 


Land Use Change Taxes 


172.11 


Yield Taxes 


- 


Sewer Taxes 


274.68 


Penalties Collected On: 




Property Taxes 


- 


Land Use Change Taxes 


- 


Tax Sale Costs 


- 


Sewer Costs 


488.51 


Total Debits 


7,653,656.47 



20,557.84 

3.59 

25.20 

656.84 



225.00 

1,141.50 

340.00 

833,196.96 



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WILTON TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT 
JANUARY 1, 2005 - DECEMBER 31, 2005 



Credit 





Levies 




of 2005 


Remitted to Treasurer 




During Fiscal Year: 




Property Taxes 


6,520,561.02 


Interest 


5,089.51 


Penalties 


- 


Excavation Activity Taxes 


16,989.46 


Land Use Change Taxes 


104,389.93 


Interest/Cost 


172.11 


Yield Taxes 


6,235.48 


Interest 


- 


Sewer Taxes 


204,185.30 


Interest 


274.68 


Penalties 


488.51 


Water Payments 


185,799.00 


Shut Off Fees & Penalties 


3,755.00 


Tax Sale Costs 




Abatements Allowed: 




Property Taxes 


22,761.00 


Land Use Change Taxes 


1,300.00 


Yield Taxes 


559.58 


Sewer Taxes 


1,884.00 


Water Payments 


942.00 


Uncollected Taxes End of Fiscal Year: 




Property Taxes 


456,235.15 


Excavation Activity Taxes 


- 


Land Use Change Taxes 


102,279.59 


Yield Taxes 


2,449.06 


Sewer Taxes 


14,896.09 


Water Payments 


2,410.00 


Total Credits 


7,653,656.47 



Prior 
Levies 



785,589.14 

20,557.84 

286.00 

86.55 

3.59 

393.02 

25.20 

11,820.00 

656.84 

340.00 

3,320.00 

775.00 

1,141.50 



8,161.28 



41.00 
833,196.96 



44 



WILTON TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT 
JANUARY 1, 2005 - DECEMBER 31, 2005 



Debit 
....Tax Lien on Account of Levies... 
2004 2003 1997-2002 



Balance of Unredeemed Taxes 








Beginning of Fiscal Year: 


- 


70,564.38 


110,617.87 


Taxes Executed to Town During Fiscal Year: 


107,419.50 


- 


- 


Interest Collected After Lien Execution: 


1,003.05 


9,861.22 


44,471.74 


Overpayments: 


- 


- 


- 


Redemption Costs: 


190.00 


346.00 


599.50 


Total Debits 


108,612.55 


80,771.60 


155,689.11 



Credit 
....Tax Lien on Account of Levies... 
2004 2003 1997-2002 



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 



35,590.15 


46,051.04 


86,464.38 


1,003.05 


9,861.22 


44,471.74 


190.00 


346.00 


599.50 


433.87 


- 


- 


71,395.48 


24,513.34 


24,153.49 


108,612.55 


80,771.60 


155,689.11 



Respectfully Submitted, 
Jane K. Farrell, Collector 



45 



TOWN CLERK'S REPORT 
JANUARY 1, 2005 - DECEMBER 31, 2005 



Motor Vehicle Account: # of Vehicles: Fees Paid: 
January - December 5438 

Remitted to Treasurer, Town of Wilton: $598,768.00 

Overpayments Refunded: 412.00 



Certified Copies of Marriage, Birth & 
Death Records 

Remitted to Treasurer, Town of Wilton: $572.00 

Remitted to Treasurer, State of New NH in 2005: $341.00" 

Balance to be paid to Treasurer, State of NH in 2006: $39.00 



Marriage License Account: 

20 Marriage Licenses issued at $45.00 each 

Remitted to Treasurer, Town of Wilton: $900.00 

Paid to Treasurer, State of New Hampshire in 2005 $532.00* 

Balance to be paid to Treasurer, State of NH in 2006 $228.00 

* 2004 certified copies and marriage license fees were overpaid, in 2005, 
by $341 and $532 respectively. Per Secretary of States office instructed 
to use the overpayment as a credit toward the 2005 fees. The balance 
due for 2005 to be issued to the Treasurer, State of NH in 2006. 



Dog License Account: 
675 Total Licenses Issued 

Remitted to Treasurer, Town of Wilton: $4,620.50 

Remitted Animal Population Control Program Fee: $1,408.00 

Remitted to Treasurer, State of New Hampshire: $352.00 



Respectfully Submitted, 
Jane K. Farrell, Town Clerk 



46 



WILTON PUBLIC AND GREGG FREE LIBRARY - TREASURER'S REPORT 2005 

Ordinary Income/Expense (Operations) Jan - Dec 05 

Income / Receipts 

Contributed support 

Affiliated organization gifts (Friends) 150.00 

Foundation/trust grants (Keyes) 400.00 

Nonprofit organization gifts (GFWC) 200.00 
Indiv/business contribution 

Restricted 3,637.00 

Unrestricted 1,042.00 

Total Contributed support 5,429.00 

Earned revenues 

Interest-Checking, Savings, etc. 642.49 
Miscellaneous revenue 

Copy/Fax Income 504.00 

Fines Income 1,994.85 

Total Miscellaneous revenue 2,498.85 

Non-Resident Membership 200.00 

Total Earned revenues 3,341.34 

Refunds, Reimbursements, Surplus 875.00 

Town Appropriation 166,337.50 

Total Income / Receipts 1 75, 982. 84 

Expenses / Disbursements 



Wages & related expenses 

Gross Payroll 107,536.21 

Payroll taxes (FICA, FUTA, Unemp) 7,930. 1 5 

Employee benefits 1 1 ,866.32 

Bank Fees 65.84 

Cleaning & Maintenance 5,587.70 

Dues and Memberships 935.00 

Equip rental & Maintenance 715.36 

Insurance - property, liability 2,787.88 

Media (All) 19,476.77 

Repairs 291.44 

DSL/Internet 666.09 

Telephone 1,193.48 

Electric 3,688.10 

Heat 7,175.65 

Water & Sewer 364.00 

Grounds/Snow Removal 80.00 

Postage 68.00 

Programs 535.89 

Speakers Fees 218.00 

Supplies: Binding 87.84 

Supplies: Housekeeping 445.19 

Supplies: Office 1,520.87 

Conference Registration 320.00 

Mileage 104.24 

Total Expenses / Disbursements 173,660.02 

Net Ordinary Income / Expense 2,322.82 

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Trust Fund Income/Expenses (Consolidated) 

Income from Trust Fund 28,438.29 

Charles F. Blanchard, Fanny W. Blanchard, 
George G. Blanchard, Arthur H. Burns, 
Charles H. Burns, Hattie Putnam Clark, 
Daniel Cragin, the Davis Fund, James A. Day, 
Sally M. Frye, David A. Gregg, 
Ellen Holt in memory of Daisie Marie Hardy, 
Clara E. Lewis, Edward A. Newell, George A. Newell, 
Rev. Aubrey M. Pendleton, Nellie M. Perham, 
Annie L. Powers, Elizabeth M. Proctor, 
Augusta W. Putnam, Florence M. Rideout, 
George O. Whiting, Thurston V. Williams. 
Total Income from Trust Fund 28,438.29 

Disbursements / Expenses Paid by Trust Fund 

Accounting: Fees 

Accounting: Software 

Computer: Hardware & Equipment 

Computer: Support 

Research Media 

Building Maintenance/Fixtures 
Subtotal 

Accounting: Year-end (payable 01/06) 

Renovations allocable to Trust Fund (payable 01/06) 
Total Disbursements / Expenses Paid by Trust Fund 
Net Trust Fund Income / Expense 

WILTON PUBLIC AND GREGG FREE LIBRARY ACCOU 

ACCOUNT NAME 

Fines / petty cash (Sovereign) 

Operating Checking (Sovereign) 

Savings (Sovereign) 

Renovation Funds in Savings 

Trust Fund Income in Savings 

Returned/due from operations 

Interest 
Renovation Ckg (Sovereign new 4/1/05) 
Endowment Trust (Charter) Portfolio Value 
Renovation Trust (Charter) Portfolio Value 

Respectfully Submitted, 

Joanna K. Eckstrom, Bookkeeper, January 23, 2006 

for Stanley T. Young, Trustee/Treasurer 





2,700.00 




479.90 




3,871.84 




8,410.35 




1,707.80 




2,793.56 




19,963.45 




1,000.00 




7,474.84 




28,438.29 




0.00 


)UNT BALANCES 


12/31/2004 


12/31/2005 


4.78 


147.67 


272.81 


4,536.90 


60,413.64 


86,277.01 


-116.00 


-25,000.00 


-4,900.08 


-13,374.92 


-1,968.21 




-196.27 






8,368.38 


1,035,941.84 


1,039,582.63 


51,660.74 


168,834.89 



48 



2005 REPORT OF BUILDING INSPECTOR 





Estimated 


Map& 


Units/ 


Fees 




Costs 


Lot 


Type 




NEW CONSTRUCTION 










Saltmarsh Builders 


120,000.00 


F-095-05 


Single 


590.40 


Saltmarsh Builders 


120,000.00 


F-095-06 


Single 


534.15 


York River LLC 


150,000.00 


C-035-03 


Single 


601.04 


Peterborough Consulting LLC 


190,000.00 


F-006-03 


Single 


725.25 


Renate Gray & Steve Lawrence 


340,000.00 


C-090 


Single 


730.50 


Sophia Way LLC 


140,000.00 


H-054-04 


Single 


105.00 


Sophia Way LLC 


130,000.00 


H-054-06 


Single 


105.00 


David & Jane Glines 


125,000.00 


F-145 


Comm 


410.00 


Saltmarsh Builders LLC 


140,000.00 


F-095-04 


Single 


555.00 


Philip Stenersen 


160,000.00 


C-004-02 


Single 


609.60 


Joseph Mazerall 


21,000.00 


B-101 


Comm 


600.00 


York River LLC 


150,000.00 


C-035-04 


Single 


666.00 


Charles Crawford 


50,000.00 


G-024 


Comm 


64.00 


Roger Wellington 


141,400.00 


C-022-01 


Single 


420.00 


Lawrence & Kristin Schwab 


185,000.00 


F-1 49-02 


Single 


552.60 


York River LLC 


N/A 


C-035-05 


Single 


687.60 


Martin Armstrong 


N/A 


B-147 


Single 


380.40 


Woodcastle Homes LLC 


300,000.00 


D-127 


Single 


797.10 


York River LLC 


135,000.00 


C-035-12 


Single 


572.40 


Dawn Sawin 


185,000.00 


H-067-02 


Single 


642.20 


ADDITIONS & ALTERATIONS 










Scott Vander-Heyden 


42,000.00 


F-093 


Fam Rm 


54.00 


James Vigneault 


4,000.00 


B-143 


Addition 


72.00 


Mark & Mary Holt 


12,000.00 


B-019 


Alteration 


37.50 


Gerry & Laurie Bouthillette Jr 


30,000.00 


F-094 


Alteration 


35.00 


John Baymore & Mary Kindman 


N/A 


F-041 


Alteration 


35.00 


Beanies Country Store LLC 


N/A 


J-054 


Alteration 


50.00 


Souhegan Wood Products 


N/A 


K-167&K-169 Alt & Silo 


70.00 


Town of Wilton- Goss Park 


N/A 


B-007 


Alt/Roof; 


N/C 


Ann Marie Young 


N/A 


M-027 


Garage 


135.00 


Gail & Gary Frye 


N/A 


F-1 37-01 


Mobile Home 


161.00 


Marcia & Matthew Audette 


10,000.00 


B-158 


Fin Base 


73.65 


Cynthia Salisbury 


N/A 


K-106 


Bath 


35.00 


Kaye & James Tyler 


N/A 


K-163 


chg To 3 fam 


35.00 


Cynthia Salisbury 


50,000.00 


K-106 


Add &Porch 


71.40 


Carlo & Anne Simoni 


15,000.00 


H-089-03 


Alt 


94.00 


Daniel & Heather Gebhardt 


30,000.00 


J-032 


Off & Porch 


35.00 


TNK Home Buyer Group LLC 


20-40,000 


F-060 


Alt 


300.00 


James T Nelson 


N/A 


K-020 


Alt 


35.00 


Dana & Paula Kimball 


N/A 


D-132 


Porch 


483.00 



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Estimated 


Map & 


Units/ 


Fees 




Costs 


Lot 


Type 




ADDITIONS & ALTERATIONS.. .Cont. 










Christopher Jacob/Michaela Kennedy 


25-26,000 


K-118 


Alt Deck 


35.00 


Patricia & Glen Wright 


6,200.00 


M-051 


Bath 


35.00 


Donald & Maria Nadeau 


1,500.00 


F-048-03 


Alt Deck 


35.00 


Greg & Lisa Ikerd 


125,000.00 


A-013 


Add 


405.00 


Peter & Dorothy McColl 


120,000.00 


H-117 


Add 


446.25 


David Goddard 


N/A 


F-027 


Comm 


35.00 


R Michael Anderson 


N/A 


H-1 11-05 


Add & Alt 


35.00 


Hope for Homes 


N/A 


K-058 


Alt 


35.00 


Ruth Smith 


60,000.00 


D-009 


Alt 


35.00 


Deborah Byam 


25,000.00 


M-029 


Room 


54.00 


Christopher Jacob 


26,000.00 


K-118 


Add 


18.00 


Danny & Jimmy Goulet 


8,200.00 


K-162 


Alt 


35.00 


Louis Rossi 


5,000.00 


F-153 


Alt 


35.00 


Scott Vander-Heyden 


4,000.00 


F-093-06 


Alt 


35.00 


BARNS, GARAGES, DECKS, SHEDS, 


POOLS ETC 


h 






Raymond & Lori Dick 


33,500.00 


M-012-04 


Garage/Add 


127.20 


Paula Burke 


4,400.00 


H-042-22 


Deck/Pool 


35.00 


David & Kelly-Sue Boissonault 


3,500.00 


D-110 


Porch 


57.60 


Amy & Chris Lachance 


3,000.00 


M-083 


Shed 


35.00 


Bruce & Linda Guay 


N/A 


C-134-01-7 


Pool 


35.00 


Joseph & Rhonda Dabrowski 


2,000.00 


H-037-02 


Shed 


35.00 


David Alley & Abby Osman 


10,000.00 


F-006-04 


Barn 


324.00 


Jeffrey Linton 


6,400.00 


F-026 


Garage 


64.80 


Ronald & Karen McKinston 


2,000.00 


C-023-03 


Shed 


35.00 


Donald & Nancy Rankin 


8,000.00 


H-042-12 


Deck 


96.00 


Christopher & Megan Frost 


N/A 


C-148 


Pool 


35.00 


Richard Blake 


10,000.00 


H-037-03 


Barn 


86.40 


Kevin & Janet Troio 


14,000.00 


B-021-04 


Pool 


35.00 


Angel & Brian Berkebile 


2,200.00 


B-133 


Deck 


72.00 


Higgins Prevel Simpson Palmer 


3,500.00 


H-1 18-01 


Deck 


67.20 


Cherryl Gillis 


16,400.00 


B-087 


Pool 


35.00 


Brian & Carolyn Rensing 


16,630.00 


H-054-03 


Barn 


72.00 


Allison Webster & Richard Fredericks 


N/A 


C-066 


Storage 


35.00 


David & Julia Perez 


250,000.00 


A-049 


Barn 


265.35 


James Lawson Jr Revocable Trust 


9,000.00 


C-1 35-01 


Porch 


42.30 


Mark Gabel 


N/A 


K-177 


Garage 


93.60 


PERMIT RENEWALS 










Robert & June Bragdon 




D-111 




35.00 


Loretta April 




J-1 26-01 




35.00 


Daniel & Heather Gebhardt 




J-032 




35.00 


John & Belinda Chatfield 




L-014 




35.00 



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PERMIT RENEWALS. ..Cont. 

Stuart & Leslie Browne 

Lee Hambrick 

Paul LaFontaine 

Mary Merrill 

Donald & Judith Deslauriers 

Steven & Cheri Falk 

COMMERCIAL RENEWALS 

Charles Crawford 
Judith Peterson 
Jerry Greene 

ELECTRICAL PERMITS 

Hope for Homes 

Alexander & Kelly Loverme 

Regional Urban Development 

Scott & Elsa Chapman 

Ann Marie Young 

David Gott 

Jere Osgood 

Brent & Laura Manning 

Lisa & William Kennedy 

P Michael & Deborah Degan 

Kermit & Cheryl Williams 

Robert Bragdon 

Mary Merrill 

Lynda Wells 

Cutting Tool Technologies 

Mark & Kristine Leger 

Ashley Lemarre 

Roedel Companies LLC 

Diane Wright 

PLUMBING PERMITS 

Patrick & Sara Kenney 

Donna Joas 1977 Trust 

53 Main Wilton Property LLC 



Estimated Map & 


Units/ 


Fees 


Costs Lot 


Type 




J-074 




35.00 


D-1 58-09 




35.00 


A-021-02 




35.00 


K-039 




35.00 


C-103 




35.00 


C-051 




35.00 


Kimball Mgmt Building 


50.00 


J-1 10-01 


Electric 


35.00 


B-102 


Electric 


35.00 


K-058 




35.00 


M-090 




35.00 


J-070 




75.00 


H-054-02 




35.00 


M-027 




35.00 


H-004 




35.00 


H-113 




35.00 


E-012 




35.00 


J-007 




35.00 


K-093 




35.00 


J-133 




25.00 


F-036 




35.00 


K-039 




35.00 


A-050 




25.00 


B-098 




35.00 


F-093-04 




35.00 


K-061 




25.00 


K-168 




35.00 


K-111 




25.00 


F-136 




35.00 


C-076 




25.00 


J-050 




35.00 



YEAR TO DATE 



16,346.49 



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2005 TAX RATE COMPUTATION 



Appropriations 


5,233,985 


Less: Revenues 


3,567,029 


Less: Shared Revenues 


22,041 


Add: Overlay 


75,099 


War Credits 


41,650 


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 



1,761,664 




2,530,424 
3,007,700 
(722,444) 
(934,364) 



1,761,664 



3,881,316 



Tax 
Rate 



5.53 



12.20 



State Education Taxes 

Equalized Valuation (No Utilities) x 2.84 

329,001,365 
Divided by Local Assessed Valuation (No Utilities) 

316,098,629 
Excess State Education Taxes to be Remitted to State 



934,364 



2.96 



County Portion 

Due to County 422,535 

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 



316,098,629 
318,123,129 



2.96 
19.04 



415,372 



6,992,716 
(41,650) 

6.951.066 



934,364 
6.058.352 
6,992,716 



1.31 
22.00 



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2005 


CURRENT USE REPO 


RT 








Acres 


Value 


Farm Land 




1,528 


262,281 


Forest 




7,301 


658,567 


Unproductive 




858 


11,881 






9,687 


932,729 




TAX RATE BREAKDOWN 






Tax 


Prior Years 






Rate 


Tax Rates 






2005 2004 


2003 


2002 


Town 


5.53 3.60 


3.95 


14.13 


County 


1.31 1.21 


1.29 


3.56 


School 


12.20 13.10 


9.39 


18.98 


State Education Taxes 


2.96 3.34 


4.37 


12.33 


TOTALS 


22.00 21.25 


19.00 


49.00 


SUMMARY OF INVENTORY VALUATION 


I 


LAND: 








Current Use 


1,032,612.00 






Residential 


82,696,200.00 






Commercial / Industrial 10,979,400.00 






Total Land 




94,708,212.00 


BUILDINGS: 








Residential 


192,315,200.00 






Manufactured 


663,800.00 






Commercial / Industrial 1 8,697, 1 00.00 






Total Buildings 




211,676,100.00 


PUBLIC UTILITIES 




1,747,300.00 


VALUATIONS BEFORE EXEMPTIONS 




308,131,612.00 


EXEMPTIONS OFF ASSESSED VALUE: 






Elderly 


480,000.00 






School 


150,000.00 






Blind 


60,000.00 






Total Exemptions 




540,000.00 



540,000.00 



NET VALUATION ON WHICH THE TAX RATE FOR MUNICIPAL, 307,441 ,612.00 

COUNTY & LOCAL EDUCATION TAX IS COMPUTED 

LESS PUBLIC UTILITIES 1,747,300.00 

NET VALUATION WITHOUT UTILITIES ON WHICH TAX RATE FOR 305,694,312.00 

STATE EDUCATION TAX IS COMPUTED 



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SCHEDULE OF TOWN PROPERTY 



MAP NO. LOCATION / DESCRIPTION 

B-007 475 Forest Road - Goss Park 

B-016 Dale Street - Land 

B-023-03 Perham Corner - Land 

B-130 Burton Highway 

B-1 57 Dale Street - Land 

C-080 Wilton Center - Town Pound 

C-1 16 Gibbons Highway & Temple Road 

D-007 Sand Hill Road - Reservoir 

D-013 Isaac Frye Hwy - Vale End Cemetery 

D-015 Isaac Frye Hwy - Old Reservoir 

D-033 Holt Road - Water Pump House 

D-077 Burns Hill Road - Town Forest 

D-087 Carnival Hill 

D-088 Whiting Hill Road - Carnival Hill 

D-089 Carnival Hill 

D-091 89 Whiting Hill Road 

D-098 Gibbons Highway - Land 

D-1 02-01 Intervale Road - Water Pump 

D-1 03 Gibbons Highway - Land 

D-1 04 291 Gibbons Hwy - Recycling Center 

E-015 Gibbons Hwy - Scott Land 

E-023 Webb Road & Route 101 - Land 

F-004 Isaac Frye Hwy - South Yard Cemetery 

F-081-01 Abbot Hill Road - Water Tower 

F-157 Route 31 - Everett Well Site 

F-158 Route 31 - Abbott Well 

G-021 Route 31 & King Brook Road-Town Forest 

H-122 Potter Road - Land 

J-041 42 Main Street - Town Hall 

J-042 Main & Park Street - Banking 

J-061 Main Street - Parking Lot 

J-068 7 Forest Road - Library 

J-102 Forest & Main Street - Veteran's Park 

J-1 04-01 Route 31 Parking Lot 

K-014 37 Park Street - Elementary School 

K-062 102 Main Street - Fire Station 

K-064 Main Street - Land 

K-064-01 Main Street - Land 

K-1 36 Main Street - Land 

K-139 Main Street & Pine Valley Street - Land 

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

L-025-01 Intervale Road - Land 

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

L-047 Abbot Hill Road - Laurel Hill Cemetery 

L-052 Kennedy Avenue - Land 



VALUATION 

120,400 

17,600 

84,000 

15,000 

8,000 

14,300 

6,100 

98,900 

28,700 

2,100 

47,600 

75,600 

82,200 

7,276 

173,500 

168,400 

1,000 

3,600 

57,600 

411,200 

4,300 

2,884 

12,000 

260,200 

65,800 

97,100 

33,800 

83,400 

437,700 

63,000 

62,100 

433,100 

6,000 

466,800 

1,539,000 

306,200 

62,800 

61,200 

600 

400 

400 

64,000 

300 

113,600 

4,000 



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SELECTMEN'S REPORT 

The past twelve months have been noteworthy for the Board and for the 
citizens of the town. 

Shortly before Town Meeting last year we suffered the loss of Hal 
Melcher, a former New Hampshire State Representative, Wilton Lyndeborough 
Co-op School Board member and Budget Committee member, whose wisdom 
and gentle manner so greatly benefited all of us. 

January 31 st of 2006 saw the sudden passing of our native son, Stuart 
Draper. Stuart's accomplishments for the Town were so extensive that even he 
could not recall them all: Selectman for at least eight terms, member of the 
Planning and Zoning Boards, Budget Committee member and incorporator of the 
non-profit that became our regional ambulance organization, are only some of 
the most notable. It is doubtful that anyone in town can recall a Town Meeting at 
which he was not a valuable participant. The loss of Stuart's knowledge of the 
Town and his willingness to share it is a profound loss to all of us. 

Jerry Greene agreed to serve another term on the Board of Selectmen in 
2005 and ran unopposed. Robert MacFarland resigned in May and David Glines 
was appointed to fill in the balance of Mr. MacFarland's term. 

Carnival Hill was completed in 2005 and should be available for all to 
enjoy this year. 

Nashua Regional Planning Commission has been contracted to manage 
the Main Street Improvement Project and we are actively moving forward with 
planning. 

We have enacted a number of new traffic ordinances to increase safety on 
our roads including a truck restriction on Main Street. We have embarked on a 
10-year program to improve our roads based on an engineering study we 
commissioned through the State of New Hampshire. 

As always we thank all our employees, department heads and the Town 
Hall staff for their dedicated service. We particularly wish to thank Peggy for ten 
years of devoted service. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Daniel E. Donovan III, Chairman 
Jerry W. Greene 
David W. Glines 



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Plodzik & Sanderson 

Professional Association/Accountants & Auditors 
1 93 North Mnin Street ; Conc ord ; New Hampshire • 0330 1 -5063 » 603-225-6996 ■ F AX-224- 1 3 80 

INDEPENDENT AUDITOR 'S REPORT 

To the Members of the Board of Selectmen 
Town of Wilton 
Wilton, New Hampshire 

We have audited the accompanying financial statements of the Town of Wilton, each major fund and 
the aggregate remaining fund information of the Town of Wilton as of and for the year ended 
December 31, 2005, which collectively comprise the Town's basic financial statements as listed in the 
table of contents. These financial statements are the responsibility of the Town's management Our 
responsibility is to express opinions on these financial statements based on our audit. 

We conducted our audit in accordance with auditing standards generally accepted in the United 
States of America. Those standards require that we plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable 
assurance about whether the financial statements are free of material misstatement. An audit 
includes examining, on a test basis, evidence supporting the amounts and disclosures in the financial 
statements. An audit also includes assessing the accounting principles used and significant 
estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the overall financial statement presentation. 
We believe that our audit provides a reasonable basis for our opinions 

As discussed in Note 1-B to the financial statements, management has not recorded certain capital 
assets in governmental activities and, accordingly, has not recorded depreciation expense on those 
assets. Accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America require that those 
assets be capitalized and depreciated, which would increase the assets, net assets, and expenses of 
the governmental activities. The amount by which this departure would affect the assets, net assets, 
and expenses of the governmental activities is not reasonably determinable. 

In our opinion, because of the effects of the matters discussed in the preceding paragraph, the 
financial statements referred to above do not present fairly, in conformity with accounting principles 
generally accepted in the United States of America, the financial position of the governmental 
activities of the Town of Wilton, as of December 31, 2005, and the changes in financial position 
thereof for the year then ended. 

In addition, in our opinion, the financial statements referred to above present fairly, in all material 
respects, the respective financial position of each major fund and the aggregate remaining fund 
information of the Town of Wilton, as of December 31, 2005, and the respective changes in financial 
position thereof for the year then ended in conformity with accounting principles generally accepted in 
the United States of America. 

As described in Note 2, as of January 1, 2005, the Town has implemented a new financial reporting 
model, as required by the provisions of Governmental Accounting Standards Board Statement No. 
34, Basic Financial Statements - and Management's Discussion and Analysis - for State and Local 
Governments 



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The budgetary comparison information is not a required part of the basic financial statements, but is 
supplementary information required by accounting principles generally accepted in the United States 
of America. We have applied certain limited procedures, which consisted principally of inquiries of 
management regarding the methods of measurement and presentation of the required supplementary 
information. However, we did not audit the information and express no opinion on it. 

The Town of Wilton has not presented a management's discussion and analysis that accounting 
principles generally accepted in the United States of America have determined is necessary to 
supplement, although not required to be part of, the basic financial statements. 

Our audit was conducted for the purpose of forming opinions on the financial statements that 
collectively comprise the Town of Wilton's basic financial statements. The combining and individual 
fund statements are presented for purposes of additional analysis and are not a required part of the 
basic financial statements. They have been subjected to the auditing procedures applied in the audit 
of the basic financial statements and, in our opinion, are fairly stated in all material respects in relation 
to the basic financial statements taken as a whole. 



February 23, 2006 






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WILTON POLICE DEPARTMENT 

2005 has been a busy year for the Police Department. In addition to 
handling numerous calls for service we also played a major role in an 
investigation which broke a large drug ring and resulted in the arrests of several 
individuals. We were fortunate to be awarded two grants from the NH Highway 
Safety Agency. These grants were used to make our roads safer through 
increased patrols directed at impaired and speeding drivers. We also received 
several donations this year from the Wilton Lions Club, the Odd Fellows and Wal- 
Mart which allowed us to purchase much needed equipment without additional 
expense to the Town. 

In 2006 we plan to take over the DARE program currently being taught at 
the Elementary school. In the past, this was done by the State Police. One of 
our officers attended the two-week training course over the summer and will be 
starting the program after the new year. Also in the up-coming year, we plan to 
outfit our cruisers with nearly $11,000 per car in new equipment and laptop 
computers through a State funded program called Project 54. These computers 
automate many of the functions performed by officers while they are driving. 
This will make our job much safer and more efficient without additional cost to the 
Town. 

As always, if you still have not had a chance to visit us and tour the new I 
station then I encourage you to stop by anytime and we would be glad to show ! 
off our new quarters. Also, my door is always open. If you ever have any 
questions or concerns, please feel free to stop by and meet with me. We can sit 
down, discuss the issue and hopefully reach a resolution that will address your 
concerns. 

We look forward to the challenges we will face in 2006 and will continue to 
concentrate our efforts on improving our operations and our relationship with the 
community. Our mission is to provide fair and consistent policing that the Town 
of Wilton can be proud of. 

Below is some statistical information for the year: 

Total Calls for Service: 5488 

Criminal Reports: 374 

Domestic Disturbances: 67 

Arrests: 188 

Accidents: 164 (99 reportable, one fatality) 

Motor Vehicle: 2455 

Sincerely, 

Chief Brent D. Hautanen 



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WILTON HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT 

2005 can be summed up in one-word "precipitation." There were 25 snow events, 
producing more than 115 inches of snow, 6 freezing rain-ice events, and flooding 
in March & October. The spring storms dropped 6 inches of rain in two days, the 
fall storms left nearly 9 inches in two days. Fortunately, we endured far better 
than our neighbors in western N. H. (Alstead, Keene, Hinsdale, etc.). 

In late February, Wilton received a recommendation from NHDOT to close bridge 
#083-143 on Burton Highway due to critical deficiencies. With limited funds and 
time restraints we opted to rebuild the bridge using in-town resources. It is now 
open and upgraded to carry "live loads." 

Another major project was the reconstruction of Isaac Frye Highway, between 
Badger Farm Road and McGettigan Roads. Hopefully this will be completed in 
2006. 

Our resurfacing projects included the asphalt topcoating of Pead Hill Road, Curtis 
Farm Road, Abbot Hill Acres Road and a section of Dale Street; also chipsealing 
Mason Road; and crack filling McGettigan Road, Wilson Road, and Wilton Center 
Roads. We hired an independent firm to survey, evaluate, and suggest best 
possible repair and maintenance procedures of our entire road system, with 
which we are planning a long term "Road Surface Maintenance Schedule" 
(R.S.M.S.). 

We did our usual line painting, roadside mowing, catch basin cleaning, road 
ditching, re-grading (gravel roads), equipment repairing, along with water & 
sewer maintenance. We are looking forward to another busy year ahead. 

I would like to thank the Selectmen, the Town Hall staff, the other town 
departments, our cemetery crew, and especially the four men, Den, Ken, Brian 
and Todd for working the long hours it takes to ensure the safety of the roads for 
the townspeople. 



Sincerely, 

Steve Elliott, Road Agent 




59 



REPORT OF THE WILTON WATER WORKS - 2005 

This was a busy year for the Wilton Water Works. Numerous meetings were held with 
engineers and State of NH Officials to expand the protection of our water shed and well 
head protection area on Route 31 South. A plan was developed that includes monitoring 
wells to evaluate water quality in the water shed. We are working with the State DOT to 
reduce the amount of salt applied to Route 31 in the water shed area. Trees have been 
removed on both sides of the road to allow more sunlight to help improve snow and ice 
removal. A plan for a containment system of swales and retention ponds to channel any 
salt runoff or petroleum spills from an accident on the highway away from the wells has 
been designed and is in the pre-construction stage. We were pleased to receive 2 DES 
Source Water Protection Grants from the State of New Hampshire to help pay for 
engineering services and spill mitigation supplies to be stored in a building at the well 
site. 

The Second River Crossing Project to connect the lower Main Street water main with the 
water main on Route 101 at East View Condominiums continued. Meetings with both 
engineers and contractors resulted in finalized construction plans for the project. 
Contractor bids will be received in early 2006 and the project is expected to be 
completed in 2006. 

Our Backflow Device Program to protect the system from "backflow" contamination has 
been expanded. New sources of possible contamination have been identified and 
additional backflow devices installed to isolate the potential contamination from the 
system. All backflow devices will be tested twice a year to ensure they are functioning 
properly. 

A vulnerability assessment of the water system was completed in 2005 to comply with 
DES regulations. There were areas of concern which the Commissioners were aware of 
and were being addressed. Some new concerns were raised in the report and those 
items will be addressed in 2006. 

One major improvement to our system in 2005 was the installation of a variable speed 
drive system to operate and control the pump station. This will allow the pumps to 
operate more efficiently based on the demands of the system. It will also allow the 
storage tank on Abbot Hill to be temporarily removed from the system for maintenance 
with no affect on water supply to the end users. We will be painting the interior of the 
water tank in 2006. 

The two reservoirs and their respective dams continue to be monitored and maintained. 
DES inspections were performed and no deficiencies were found, even following the 
heavy rains we experienced in the fall. 

We wish to thank the citizens of Wilton, the Town Hall staff, the Highway Department 
and the Selectmen for their help in operating the Water Works this year. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Wilton Water Commissioners 
James A. Turtle, Chairman 
Thomas P. Herlihy 
Charles O. McGettigan, Jr. 



60 



BUILDING INSPECTOR REPORT 

In 2005, the Town of Wilton issued 29 permits for new construction of 
single family residential units. There were two permits issued for conversion of 
single family to two family use and two permits issued for conversion to three 
family use. Fifteen permits were issued for additions, alterations and renovations 
to residential structures. The total dollar value of construction in the Town of 
Wilton in 2005 was $9,295,000.00. 

Two three family dwellings were condemned by the Building, Fire or 
Health Department. One resulted from fire damage and one resulted from non- 
compliance with building, fire and health codes. 

The fire-damaged structure is now restored and occupied. The second building 
restoration is two thirds completed. 

In 2006, the State Legislature is considering legislation that will adopt the 
International Residential Building Code 2006 (IRC-2006) as the State of New 
Hampshire Building Code for One and Two Family Residential dwellings. If the 
Legislature adopts the IRC-2006, I will present the IRC-2006 to the Planning 
Board in May 2006 for adoption as the building code for The Town of Wilton. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
William F. Condra 
Building Inspector 



WILTON FOREST FIRE WARDEN REPORT 

In 2005 we responded to 4 brush fires; all were small in nature. 

Please remember that a permit is required for outside burning. If you have any 
questions please feel free to contact your Fire Department. During the winter 
months with ample snow cover available, a phone call should be made to let the 
Fire Department know when you are burning. They can determine if there is 
enough snow cover. The rule of thumb is 2 inches or more around the pile for a 
50-foot radius. Burning of trash is not allowed. 

We would like to thank all of you who have helped in keeping our forests safe. 

In the State of New Hampshire there were a total of 513 brush fires, which 
burned a total of 1 74 acres 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Ronald Caswell, Warden 



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WILTON FIRE DEPARTMENT 

For the year 2005 the Fire Department responded to 168 calls for 
assistance. False alarms are running high and we urge everyone to have 
their systems cleaned and checked to help us cut down on these runs. 
Carbon monoxide detectors also fall into this group. Please check and 
replace the cartridge when advised for the particular system you own. The 
carbon cartridges are only good for the manufacturers respective dates on 
the unit (most are for 1 year only). At this time I would like to thank all the 
officers and firefighters for all their dedication and hard work. These 
people go the extra mile in making our community a safe place to live. 
Also, we would like to thank all of the townspeople who have supported 
our efforts throughout the year. A special thank you to the other town 
departments for qoing the extra mile and assisting us when needed. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Raymond Dick 
Fire Chief 

PLEASE REMEMBER - 

SMOKE DETECTORS SAVE LIVES - 
DON'T STAY HOME WITHOUT ONE 

WILTON FIRE DEPARTMENT CALLS FOR THE YEAR 2005 



Structure fire 


2 




Chimney fire 
Car fire 


2 
3 




Electrical fire 


4 




Propane leak 
Bomb threat 


2 

1 




Explosive device 
Outside fire 


1 
2 




Rescue 


2 




Brush fire 


4 




Assist police 
Assist ambulance 


1 
15 




Wires down 


5 




Hazardous material 2 




Car accident 


33 




Co detector 


6 




False alarms 


41 




Mutual aid to: 






Brookline 1 
Mont Vernon 1 
Mason 1 


Temple 6 
Peterborough 1 
Milford 10 


Greenville 


5 


Lyndeborough 1 7 

Total number of calls 



168 



62 



2005 SEWER DEPARTMENT REPORT 

The positive news for the year 2005 was that the operating costs were below our 
estimate, even though we had some unexpected damage to the Intervale Road 
pumping station. The damage was the result of a vehicle accident and the 
majority of the repairs and replacement costs were covered by the insurance. 

The system, in general, was trouble free in 2005 and our treatment expense with 
Milford was lower than previous years, hopefully due to the elimination of ground 
water in the collection lines. 

The Board is still requiring and planning additional purchases this year to 
improve the system performance and to avoid overall equipment failure. This 
effort is included in our 2006 budget which is planned to be lower than last year. 

Also, we did have additional repair and replacement work at both pumping 
station structures caused by age related conditions. 

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

Respectfully Submitted, 
Clifford S. Schultz, Jr. 
David B. Tierney, Jr. 
Charles O. McGettigan, Jr. 




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WILTON PUBLIC AND GREGG FREE LIBRARY ANNUAL REPORT 2005 

The library catalog is online at www.wiltonlibrarynh.org - view the entire 
collection, reserve a book, and check the wide variety of library activities. Library 
hours can be found on the back cover of the town report. 

The library is fortunate to have several volunteers who help manage the 
circulation desk on a weekly basis. The Friends of the Library group, chaired in 
2005 by Stasia Millett and Joan Melcher, conducted book sales, and contributed 
time and money to several library programs. 

Library staff is available to assist students of all ages 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 such as Ancestry Plus and Ebsco Online are available to 
the public, thanks to The New Hampshire State Library system. Check our 
website: www.wiltonlibrarvnh.org for more information. 

Six daily newspapers, two weekly papers, and dozens of magazine titles are also 
available. Come browse the collections anytime and remember, coffee is served 
on Thursday mornings. 

The very active children's room staff provides storytime for preschoolers, hosts 
weekly visits by elementary school classes and local daycare centers, works with 
area private schools and home schooling families, gives craft sessions 
throughout the year, and prepares readers' advisory services for families. 

Work has begun on the library restoration project. Several restoration projects 
have been completed on this historic building which was donated to the Town of 
Wilton in 1908 by David A. Gregg. In the fall of 2005, renovation work began on 
the Luther Gregg Sullivan reading room. Stop in to see the work in progress. 



Respectfully Submitted, 

Carol R. Roberts, Library Director 




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WILTON PUBLIC AND GREGG FREE LIBRARY TRUSTEE'S REPORT 



This has been an eventful year at the library. Work continues on the renovation 
and restoration project, including the construction of the library director's office 
and considerable work in the Luther Gregg Sullivan Reading Room. Many of us 
have seen the original painted decorations on the reading room walls for the first 
time. Window repair and new storm windows are timely improvements 
considering the current energy costs. Other projects include the repair of the 
Children's Room windows, work on the furnace room door and windows, and the 
beginning of work on the exterior drainage system. 

None of this would be possible without the generosity and support of people who 
care about this remarkable building. We are deeply grateful to all those who have 
contributed to the renovation fund and annual fund, and to the volunteers who 
made our special events a success. Thank you to our patrons, who have 
endured a changing library landscape. Also, thank you to the staff for all their 
extra efforts in support of the library. Each one of you has been an important part 
of the renovation effort. The trustees and staff would like to invite all of you to 
come to the library to witness the renewal and restoration of the Jewel of Wilton. 

Ron Brown, Chair, Library Trustees 

Stanley Young, Vice-Chair, Library Trustees and Co-chair of Library Renovation 

Steering Committee 

Louise Greene, Co-chair of Library Renovation Steering Committee 

The library trustees are proud to announce that the New Hampshire Library 
Trustees Association has named Stanley T. Young as Trustee of the Year for 
2005. This award recognizes Stanley's service to the library and the manner in 
which he exemplifies what it means to be a library trustee. 

Wilton Public and Gregg Free Library Board of Trustees 




65 



WILTON CONSERVATION COMMISSION REPORT- 2005 

Frog Pond - In 2005, the Town purchased this historic parcel, which is home to 
many critters: migratory ducks, heron, deer, fox, fisher cats, and many birds are 
viewed by the daily walkers who use the property. A new dam bridge has been 
completed, and brush removal on the dam has been done. A grant from NH Fish 
& Game has been received for the field edges to be groomed, allowing for better 
habitat for birds and removal of invasive species found along the field. 

Carnival Hill - The rich fields are being properly maintained using Best 
Management Practices as issued by UNH Cooperative Extension Service. This 
year more of the unproductive apple trees were removed, and area citizens are 
still caring for their adopted apple trees. WLC High School students completed 
two well-houses on the property, under the direction of Industrial Arts teacher 
Dirk Witty. As in the past, people continue to enjoy this beautiful area. 

Four Corners Farm - This was the first year of easement monitoring at the Four 
Corners Farm property. WCC members worked with the landowner, the Temple- 
Wilton Community Farm, NH Department of Agriculture, and LCHIP to see that 
the easement was being honored. 

Natural Resource Inventory - The Society for the Protection of NH Forests has 
been hired to work with WCC to complete the 2005-2006 NRI. In 2005, initial 
data was secured for the study. Town citizens are working to collect and correct 
data that will be published on the maps which will be used by our Planning and 
Zoning Boards. The NRI is the foundation document of the Town's Master Plan, 
and it provides data utilized by WCC for criteria in land protection efforts. 

Animal & Plant Inventory - The baseline document for the Frog Pond has been 
completed by area citizens. The data collected contains information which will 
assist in the development of an education plan that may be used by area people 
and schools. Jonathan Sargent, naturalist and former WCC chairman, is heading 
another group of citizens' efforts to collect data on other areas of Town. 

Protecting Your Land - WCC members have received more training and have 
established working relationships with area land trusts to secure easements and 
purchase lands. Landowners wanting to protect 10 or more acres may contact 
WCC for assistance. 

WCC acknowledges the enormous amount of work accomplished by Town 
employees and area citizens in assisting us in another productive year. We are 
both grateful for your work and heartened by your support. Thank you. 

Lynne E. Draper, Chair H. Alan Preston 

Spencer C. Brookes II Leslie P. Tallarico 

Laurence S. Coronis Philip C. Heald, Emeritus 



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RECYCLING CENTER 

The Wilton Recycling Center experienced its highest revenue year since its 
creation at a Special Town Meeting held on September 13, 1978. Operation of 
the center began in the last week of August 1979 as a first in the nation 
mandatory town wide recycling center. In 1980, during the Recycling Center's 
first full operational year, the year end revenue was $57,247. The 2005 year end 
revenue was $163,470 for recycling sales. 




Pictured above is the Groundbreaking Ceremony at the Recycling Center on 
October 6, 1978. From left to right, standing are the Selectmen, Chairman 
Richard D. Greeley, Gregory A. Wood, Charles O. McGettigan, Jr. and 
Congressman James C. Cleveland. Sitting in the old fashioned wheelbarrow is 
Greg Bohosiewicz, Recycling Center Chairman. 

The Recycling Center serves as a great example of what community involvement 
can accomplish. Thank you, to all the residents of Wilton and, the member towns 
for their continual support. 

Respectfully Submitted, 

Maurice Guay, Recycling Manager 



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HEALTH OFFICE 

The Health Officer worked closely with the Police Department, Building Inspector, 
Welfare Officer, Division for Children, Youth & Family and the Animal Rescue League in 
Bedford to address public health and safety concerns. Of note were the numbers of 
rental dwellings found to contain public health & safety hazards. Landlords failing to 
screen cellars, repair roofs and walls, or provide for heat and hot water were contacted 
and required to do so. Of particular concern were the numbers of minor children living in 
dwellings in such dire circumstances. Though poverty and the market play a part in the 
amenities that monthly rent affords, the State of New Hampshire does require landlords 
to provide at least a basic level of shelter, heating capacity, electricity, plumbing, and 
trash containment and removal. Residents of Wilton are strongly encouraged to notify 
the Health Office of any concerns regarding the health and safety of tenants. Owner- 
occupied dwellings were also inspected for violations causing public health hazards. The 
Health Officer also conducted routine inspections of public and private schools, 
preschools, and dwellings where child or adult care is provided. 

The Health Officer answered many calls regarding EEE, West Nile, dead birds, and 
mosquito control. Up to date information about the State's 2006 plan for surveillance of 
dead birds and recommendations for mosquito control are available at 
www.dhhs.state.nh.us. Please remember, and remind your neighbors, to drain all 
stagnant water from around buildings and property; doing so can prevent death and 
disability from mosquito-borne disease. Expensive chemical sprays and resulting 
contamination of Wilton's watersheds will be unnecessary if stagnant bodies of water are 
drained throughout the spring and summer. 

Flu vaccine shortage concerned aging and chronically ill residents. Wilton contributes 
funding to Souhegan Home Health & Hospice, Home Health Care & Community 
Services (Keene), and Nashua Home Health & Hospice. These community nursing 
agencies hold vaccination and other clinics throughout the year. The Department of 
Health and Human Services (www.dhhs.state.nh.us) has helpful information about the 
flu vaccine as well. 

The Health Officer maintains membership in both the New Hampshire and 
Massachusetts Public Health Associations, the Massachusetts Public Health Nurses 
Association, and attends the bi-monthly meetings of the Greater Nashua Area Health 
Network Advisory Group, which just completed an assessment of health needs in the 
regional network towns. Look for results to be posted on the Town's website upon 
publication. In September, the Health Office also hosted the first meeting of this group 
held outside of Nashua. 

The Health Officer also participated in the development of the public health portion 
(ESF8) of the Town's emergency preparedness plan with the Nashua Area Regional 
Planning Commission and the Nashua Division of Pubic Health and Community 
Services. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Rise Smythe-Freed 



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MILFORD AREA COMMUNICATION CENTER 



The year 2005 had many changes at the Center. A new director was appointed 
in April, several full time dispatchers became part-time, and new full-time 
dispatchers have been hired and trained. Thanks to a core of veteran 
dispatchers this all took place smoothly. 

As the new Director, I have the privilege to report to you the professionalism of 
the staff, and the high quality of the technology at the Milford Area 
Communication Center. 

It is with pride and a deep sense of responsibility that we serve the needs of our 
member towns; Milford, Wilton and Mont Vernon. Fire, Police, EMS and 
Highway departments depend on us to answer phones, relay messages, handle 
radio calls and coordinate all their activities. This partnership and interaction 
comes into play every time a member of the public requests assistance. 

In 2005, the Center handled 18,965 Police incidents and 2,392 Fire and EMS 
incidents. We also provided hundreds of assistance calls for non-MACC 
agencies, and innumerable calls for information from the public. 

We look forward to 2006 with the following goals: Advanced dispatcher training 
with special emphasis for the fire service, review and improvement of all 
procedures, further implementation of the police mobile data technology and 
search for a larger customer base to reduce costs without diminishing quality of 
service. 

All of us at the Communication Center extend our most sincere thanks to the 
citizens, Selectmen, and the agencies we work with and serve, for their 
cooperation and support. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mark P. Schultz, Director mkJwM 



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WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH-TEMPLE 
VOLUNTEER AMBULANCE SERVICE 

2005 was a very busy year for Wilton-Lyndeborough-Temple Ambulance Service. 
We responded to 500 calls for medical aid and this was a 10% increase from last 
year. The call breakdown is as follows: 
Town of Wilton - 228 
Town of Lyndeborough - 144 
Town of Temple - 88 

Milford Medical Center (Emergency transports to hospital) - 6 
Mutual Aid to surrounding towns: 
Milford -16 
Greenville - 16 
Mont Vernon - 1 
Amherst - 1 
WLTEMS would like to recognize the following members for their dedication to 
service and without them the above would not be possible: 



EMT-B 

Eric Borman - 27 yrs. 
Don Cole -1 yr. 
Rob Cole - 1 yr. 
Mike Decubellis - 3 yrs. 
Jackie Earle - 6 yrs. 
David Gill - 8 yrs. 
Randy Greeley - 10 yrs. 
Peter Guertin - 2 yrs. 
Milton Leavitt - 8 yrs. 
Glenn Little - 4 yrs. 
Theresa Little -1 yr. 
Sean Magoon - 8 yrs. 
Brian Smith - 6 yrs. 



EMT-I 

Kathleen Beland - 3 yrs. 
Catherine Bullard - 20 yrs. 
Denis Filipetti - 4 yrs. 
Stephen Hoffman - 21 yrs. 
Sarah Hubbird-21 yrs. 
Joanna Umenhofer- 10 yrs. 
Douglas Whitney - 20 yrs. 
Ellen Leavitt - 6 yrs. 



EMT-P 

Vicki Blanchard - 3 yrs. 
David Dow - 2 yrs. 
Lee Duval - 21 yrs. 
Karen Edmunds - 19 yrs. 
Cameron Linen - 1 yr. 
Carylyn McEntee - 28 yrs. 
Allen Peck - 3 yrs. 
Steven Willette - 12 yrs. 
Gary Zirpolo - 1 1 yrs. 



Thank you to the Wilton, Lyndeborough and Temple Fire Departments for your 
assistance and support throughout the year and to the Wilton, Lyndeborough and 
Temple-Greenville Police Departments for their help, support and keeping us 
safe, thank you. 

Thank you, also to all the communities that we serve, for your support and acts of 
kindness, it means so much to us! 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Carylyn H. McEntee 
Paramedic/Director 
WLTEMS 



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2005 HERITAGE COMMISSION REPORT 

The Wilton Heritage Commission meets on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 
7:30 PM at the Wilton Public Library. Our charge is to identify and protect 
historic 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. Please feel free to join us at any of our 
meetings; we would like to hear your ideas and concerns. 

During 2005 we continued our Historic House Plaque Program. To date a total of 
53 plaques have been delivered, identifying surviving houses built up through 
1850. If you own an historic home and would like to participate in our plaque 
program, please contact the Heritage Commission. 

The Commission continues to monitor compliance with the adopted Conservation 
Agreement regarding the exterior of the Four Corners Farm house. 

We have begun the Wilton Heritage Trail Project; the Wilton Center roadside 
marker has been erected, the Old Russell Hill Bridge marker has been attached 
to the bridge and two historic directional signs in Davisville have been replaced. 
We are now planning the roadside markers for West Wilton and Davisville. These 
markers are similar in design and lettering to our house plaques, highlighting 
specific geographic, cultural, and historical features. We plan to erect other 
markers throughout the town as our finances permit. Our ultimate goal is to 
create a map and brochure that would outline these markers as well as other 
points of interest in Wilton, for tourists and residents alike, as the "Wilton 
Heritage Trail," enabling anyone to take a self-guided tour of historic Wilton. We 
hope that this might encourage visitors to Wilton to extend their stay and 
patronize local businesses. 

Two of our members have spent many hours scanning early town documents 
and photos into our computer database. We hope to post a selection of these 
documents on the Town's web site some time in the near future. The sheer 
volume of old documents and photos, the time consuming scanning and indexing 
process and the needed meticulous handling makes this a monumental project 
which will take many years to complete. We believe it important that this 
historical material be recorded in a digital format for preservation purposes while 
at the same time making these fragile and rare documents easily available for 
scholars, researchers, and those that are interested in the town's history. We 
encourage those who have historical documents and photos to allow us to scan 
them to enlarge the Commission's database. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Wilton Heritage Commission 



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WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH YOUTH CENTER 

The year 2005 was a great summer, fiiled with many new members, new staff 
and improvements to the park. We would like to thank the towns of Wilton and 
Lyndeborough, private donors and the area businesses for their generous 
support. We would also like to thank all of the individuals who donated their time 
to help improve the park and make it more enjoyable. 

This year the Youth Center replaced the roof on the craft building and made 
many improvements to the snack bar, bathrooms and craft building. 

Our membership this year was 147 families who enjoyed the Youth Center from 
Wilton, Lyndeborough and 9 surrounding towns. The park had three Red Cross 
Certified swim instructors who taught 260 lessons to over 135 children. Twenty- 
two children participated on our swim team in 2005. 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 has been expanded and offers a 
variety of ice cream, chips, candy, soda, 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, grill day, 
pizza day, story time, face painting, tie-dye, police fingerprinting and bike safety, 
ambulance visit, splash contest, sand castle contests, and use of Goss Park for 
company and organization outings. 

Plan on coming to our open house at the beginning of the season to meet or 
great staff and tour the facilities. Information may be obtained at the town halls. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
WLYC Board of Directors 



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WILTON MAIN STREET ASSOCIATION 

Wilton Main Street Association has successfully completed year six as a New 
Hampshire Main Street Community. Downtown statistics for 2005 show: 

• 18 promotional events 

WMSA share of promotions $ 2,612 

Partner organizations share $ 1 ,680 

2 Building improvements $3,450 

New Businesses Opened Downtown = 5 

Businesses Expanded in Downtown = 2 

New jobs created Downtown = 11 

Businesses closed = 2 

Businesses moved out of Downtown = 

Jobs lost = 2 

Net gain in businesses = 3 

Net gain in jobs = 9 

WMSA worked in partnership with the Town to begin the design phase of the 
$494,000 Transportation Enhancement Grant for sidewalk reconstruction. 

Wilton Downtown Marketplace was open for business June-October 2005, 
Friday's 3:30-6:30 PM, in Lot 48. The marketplace received a $150 matching 
funds grant from the NH Department of Agriculture, Markets & Food. 

New Hampshire Magazine - Best of NH 2005, listed The Wilton Scenic Railroad 
as the Editor's Pick for Best Scenic Ride and Dennis Markaverich, proprietor of 
the Wilton Town Hall Theater, received the Editor's Pick for Best Projectionist. 

The WMSA Program Manager assisted WCVB's Chronicle crew in locating 
subjects for their filming in Wilton. 

Wilton Main Street Association recognized Cathy Bean for her thoughtful interior 
redesign of her new store location and Karen Grybko for her coordination of the 
Wilton Downtown Marketplace at their Annual Meeting in April. 

The four Main Street committees have worked on the following 2005 projects: 

Promotion Committee 

• Organized and implemented - downtown events including Flag Day, 
Children's Spring Art Show, Whimsical People, Harvest Fair, Breakfast With 
Santa, and the first annual Season's Meetings & Greetings/Clues For Cash 
Scavenger Hunt. 

• Hosted Main Street new business opening events. 

Design Committee 

• Awarded two sign grants to Olivia Clare's Natural Soy Candles and the Wilton 
Mega Discount. 



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Managed the flower box sponsorship project. 

Assisted business owners in choosing and implementing effective and 

attractive facade/signage improvements. 

Completed interior work to the lobby of Wilton Falls Building Entrance #4. 

Maintained "pocket park" in Lot 48. 

Organization Committee 



Published Working On Wilton 

Held Annual Meeting and Volunteer Recognition Night. 

Continued public awareness through press releases. 

Continued Yankee Magazine's Community Partners Campaign. 

Managed the sale of Wilton Cotton Throw, Old Home Days Print, Old Homes 

Day bag and School Booklets. 

Held "A Whale of a Sale" fundraiser. 

Held "Desserted Isle" fundraiser. 

Held "Home For The Holidays House Tour." 

Economic Restructuring Committee 



Maintained WMSA website. 

Managed successful application for Sovereign Bank's Charitable Giving Grant 

in the amount of $3400 for reprinting of the "Destination Wilton" brochure. 

Continued recruitment efforts for new downtown businesses. 

Pursued the renewal of the Building Improvement Low Interest Loan Program 

with Ocean 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, 
Tracy Hutchins-Bardsley 
Program Manager 




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HCS - HOME HEALTHCARE, HOSPICE AND COMMUNITY 

SERVICES 

REPORT TO THE TOWN OF WILTON 

JANUARY 1, 2005 TO DECEMBER 31, 2005 



ANNUAL REPORT 

In 2005, 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 over the 
past twelve months. 

SERVICE REPORT 

SERVICES OFFERED SERVICES PROVIDED 

Nursing 250 Visits 

Physical Therapy 85 Visits 

Speech Pathology 8 Visits 

Occupational Therapy 26 Visits 

Medical Social Worker 2 Visits 

Homemaker Hours 172 Hours 

Home Health Aide 76 Visits 

Outreach 1 Visit 

Health Promotion Clinics 12 Clinics 



Total Unduplicated Residents Served: 57 

Prenatal and well child care and hospice services are also available to 
residents. Town funding partially supports these services. 

FINANCIAL REPORT 

The actual cost of all services provided in 2005 with all funding sources is 
$63,600.00. 

These services have been supported to the greatest extent possible by 
Medicare, Medicaid, other insurances, grants and patient fees. Services 
that were not covered by other funding have been supported by your town. 



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^/iN ANNUAL REPORT of NASHUA REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION 
Land Use and Environmental Planning 

♦ Watershed Management - Conducted a watershed audit and land use policy review 
for Wilton as part of the Souhegan River Watershed Management plan. 

♦ Brownfields - Worked with New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services 
to identify Brownfield sites in Wilton eligible for state and federal funding for 
assessments. 

♦ Planning Board Training - Conducted two training workshops during the fiscal year 
for Planning Board members 

♦ Regional Housing Needs Plan - This year NRPC prepared and adopted its 2004 
Regional Housing Needs Assessment. This report identifies the need for new 
housing in the Nashua region and provides an extensive database of information that 
can be used by Wilton in planning for the housing needs of the community. 

♦ Model Affordable Housing Ordinance - This year NRPC also researched methods of 
providing affordable housing and prepared a Model Affordable Housing Ordinance. 

♦ Regional Resource Conservation Committee - During the year, NRPC conducted six 
meetings of the Regional Resource Conservation Committee. This group is 
organized and sponsored by NRPC to provide information and training as well as 
support for conservation committee members from all NRPC communities. 

♦ Regional Build-out Impact Study - Prepared the Regional Build-out Impact Study. 
This study identifies the potential build-out of the Town of Wilton under existing 
policies. The report also analyzes the impact of build-out on municipal systems such 
as roads, schools, solid waste, water, police and fire. 

♦ The circuit rider prepared revisions to the town's subdivision submission 
requirements to conform to state statute and provide adequate time for review. 

♦ The circuit rider reviewed and analyzed numerous development and subdivision 
applications and facilitated Planning Board discussion of these projects. 

♦ Wilton Natural Resources Inventory - This study identifies important natural 
resources in the community and provides the basis for work by the Conservation 
Commission and Planning Board to preserve and enhance those resources. 

Transportation 

NRPC as the designated Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the region is 
responsible for developing and maintaining the region's transportation planning program. 
This includes soliciting, prioritizing and making recommendations on regional and local 
transportation projects that are funded through Federal or State sources 

♦ Transportation and Community and Systems Preservation (TCSP) - This project, 
which has been on-going for two years, will result in plans to improve the 
transportation-land use interface throughout the Town of Wilton, including access 
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♦ Traffic Data Collection - Conducted 12 traffic counts in Wilton in the past year. 
These traffic counts are available for use by the Town and NRPC can conduct 
special counts upon request. This year NRPC also updated the NRPC website with 
a special interface to allow anyone to access any of the traffic counts NRPC has 
conducted. 

♦ Road Inventory - This year, NRPC updated its road inventory for the Town of Wilton. 
The road inventory shows all roads in the Town and provides a standard database of 
important information used by the Town, NRPC and the NH DOT. The data was 
collected by NRPC staff and converted to GIS format. 

♦ Wilton Downtown Sidewalks - This year NRPC entered into a contract to assist the 
Town with the municipal management of the downtown sidewalks project. To date 
NRPC has organized a steering committee, facilitated a site review by members of 
the public and the NH DOT and is working on procuring a consultant to develop the 
project design. 

♦ Regional Traffic Model - This year NRPC completed a full update of the regional 
traffic model. This model is now sufficiently detailed that it can be used to analyze 
the traffic impacts of nearly any type of new development or change in the road 
network. This capability is available for Wilton use whenever there is interest, 
without cost, and has been used by several NRPC members this year as they have 
considered the impacts of new development. 

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) 

The GIS Staff at NRPC continues to maintain a diverse collection of spatial databases 
including local roads, real property parcels, zoning, land use, and environmental 
conditions. This data is applied extensively to provide mapping and analysis for local 
and/or regional projects. 

♦ Wilton Fire Hydrants - At the request of the Wilton Fire Department, NRPC used its 
global positioning system (GPS) to locate every fire hydrant in the Town and prepare 
an accurate map the entire system. 

♦ Prepared and published the NRPC Standard Map Library for Wilton. These four 
standard maps show the town's Roads and Town Facilities, Environmental and 
Conservation Areas, Existing Land Use and an Aerial Image of the Town. Two sets 
of these maps have been provided to the Town. 

♦ Completed regular maintenance tasks and performed updates to the regional GIS 
data, including digitizing new roads, parcels, protected lands, zoning changes, trails, 
social service or child care providers, land use and other baseline data for each 
community. 

♦ Mapped and analyzed trends relative to real estate transactions for the year to 
maintain a tool for monitoring sales trends. 

♦ Addressed numerous mapping needs from the Town officials and the public. 

♦ Continued to update and expand the regional annotation layers for improved clarity, 
accuracy and detail in mapping tasks. 



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TOWN OF WILTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE 

ELECTION RESULTS FROM 

MARCH 8, 2005 

& 

TOWN MEETING MINUTES FROM 

MARCH 17,2005 

Moderator Richard Rockwood Richard 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 2659 registered voters the 
following votes were cast with various write-ins omitted, 208 votes, including 3 absentee 
ballots: 

Selectmen - 3 years 

Jerry W. Greene 163 

Town Clerk - 3 years 

Jane K. Farrell 197 

Treasurer - 1 year 

Barry A. Greene 178 

Trustee of the Trust Funds - 3 years 
John Hutchinson (write-in) 8 

Trustee of the Trust Funds - 2 year 
TBD 

Planning Board - 3 years (2 positions open) 
Matthew W. Fish 173 

Andrew Fairbank (write-in) 17 

Water Commissioner 

Thomas P. Herlihy 178 

Sewer Commissioner 

C. Stanley Schultz 183 

I. 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: 

AMEND Article VII, Board of Appeals of the Town of Wilton Code for Building and 
Sanitation Ordinance, to replace the entire text for simplification, clarification and 
consistency with applicable State statutes, for A. Creation and Appointments, B. 
Jurisdiction, C. Hearings, and D. Appeal Procedures. 

This amendment authorizes the Zoning Board of Adjustment (ZBA) to act as the Building 
Code Board of Appeals, clarifies that appeals are limited to decisions pertaining to the 



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building code that are contrary to its spirit and purpose, do manifest injustice and be 
against the public interest, and to clarify types of evidence that may be presented to 
support an appeal, and make filing procedures consistent with the ZBA for simplification. 
(This amendment has Planning Board approval.) 

Yes 178 No 3 

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: 

AMEND Section 3.0, DEFINITIONS, of the Wilton Zoning Ordinance, to add the 
definitions 3.1. 1-a, Accessory Use and, 3.1.32-a, Trip. The definition for Accessory Use is 
consistent with an existing definition for accessory building. The definition for Trip clarifies 
how vehicle movements are counted in traffic studies. 

This amendment adds the following definitions: 

3. 1.1 -a Accessory Use. A use of a lot or building which is subordinate and strictly 
incidental to the primary use of that lot or building. 

3.1.32-a Trip. A single vehicle movement to or from a specified location, or between 

two specified points. A "round trip" counts as two trips. 
(This amendment has Planning Board approval.) 

Yes 168 No 34 

The Moderator opened the business portion of the Town Meeting at the Florence Rideout 
Elementary School Auditorium on Thursday the 17th day of March 2005 at 7:10 P.M. He 
began the meeting with noting the zoning ballot and candidate ballot results and 
acknowledged Wilton personalities who have passed in 2004. He then began with Article 
Number 4 of the posted warrant. 

4. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate $1,500,000 (one million five 
hundred thousand dollars) (Gross Budget) for the purchase of land or other property 
interests therein, for the permanent protection of the natural heritage and rural character in 
the best interests of the Town, including any buildings or structures incidental to such 
land; and to authorize the issuance of not more than $1,500,000 of bonds, in accordance 
with the provisions of the Municipal Finance Act (RSA 33:1, et seq., as amended); to 
authorize the Selectmen to apply for and accept any Federal, State or other gifts, grants, 
aid or other funds for such purposes; and, further, to authorize the Selectmen to issue, 
negotiate, sell and deliver said bonds and to determine the rate of interest thereon and the 
maturity and other terms thereof, and to take any other action they deem appropriate to 
effectuate the sale and/or issuance of said bonds, subject, however, to the following 
limitations: That the Selectmen SHALL NOT ISSUE SUCH BONDS until such time as 
they have presented to either an annual or special town meeting, a warrant article asking 
the meeting to ratify, by a simple majority vote, the particular parcel and the parcel 
ownership interest chosen by the Selectmen with the advice of the Wilton Conservation 



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Commission for purchase and said meeting has approved such warrant article. (Two- 
thirds Ballot Vote Required) (Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen 
recommend this article.) 

Moved by Jerry Greene, seconded by Bob MacFarland. 

Lynn Draper, Wilton Conservation Commission Chairperson, gave a slide show 
presentation about the importance of preserving open space in Wilton. She stated that an 
open space bond would allow the town to control the growth of Wilton, be competitive, 
respond quickly when land becomes available, and help keep taxes lower. Lynn Draper 
stated open space land would allow for wildlife habitats, forests, farms, rural character and 
beautiful scenery. She stated that the Society for the Protection of NH Forests suggests 
that towns keep 25% of their land for protected open space and Wilton currently only has 
16%. She explained that if the voters approve the bond and land becomes available, there 
will be a town meeting vote to determine if the bond money can be used to purchase the 
specific proposed property, and a 2/3 majority vote would be required for the article to 
pass. Lynn Draper discussed how residential growth affects schools; that a house must be 
valued at $650,000 to support one full time student in school, and that most houses in 
Wilton do not meet that scenario. 

Moderator Richard Rockwood Richard opened the floor for comments. 

Michael Dell'Orto, from the Wilton Heritage Commission, read a statement that said that 
the Wilton Heritage Commission supports this article. 

Eileen Rowe, of Abbot Hill, stated that when she and her husband previously bought a 
house on Martha's Vineyard they were aghast to find that they had to pay 2% of their 
purchase price to the Land Bank Commission. The money was then used to buy and 
preserve open land. However, in the ten years they lived on Martha's Vineyard they came 
to realize how important the Land Bank Commission was because the developers came in 
and would have destroyed a lot of the beauty. She noted that all the purchases of the 
Land Bank Commission were open to the public. She stated that she had been a resident 
of Wilton for three years and she hopes that Wilton can preserve its' beauty as well. 

A resident asked what the income is from the 16% of open space land currently in Wilton. 

The Moderator did not know the current amounts. 

Stuart Draper, resident of Wilton, stated that recently he had been at a meeting of the 
Rotary Club where they discussed that out of all of the towns in New Hampshire only one 
town had found that open spaces were not profitable, and that was because of the lake 
front property they have in that town. He went on to explain the difference in cost of open 
space versus the expense of schooling the children who would be living in the homes that 
will be put on any land not preserved. He stated that he thinks it is a good idea to preserve 
Wilton. He also stated that one has to consider the cost of more police and fire equipment 
if the land is developed. He stated that the Florence Rideout Elementary School is almost 



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at capacity now and sooner or later Wilton will need $6-10 million for a school, which will 
increase taxes even more. 

In response to a question from a resident, Spencer Brookes stated that Carnival Hill is all 
green crop land currently and if Wilton acquired forestry land it could be forested. He 
stated that persevering does not necessarily mean leaving the land alone, it means 
productively managing it. He explained that a heavy forest does not allow for a certain 
kind of bird, some birds need fields on the edge of forest land. 

A resident asked if the town would be making money from the hay, as open fields are very 
scarce. 

In response to a question from a resident as to how the amount was decided upon, Lynn 
Draper stated that the amount was suggested last year by the budget committee. She 
explained that they considered other amounts but they felt that $1.5 million was the most 
doable because it will not affect the tax rate too much but does allow for a large purchase, 
about 150-200 acres. 

Moderator Richard Rockwood reread Warrant Article 4. 

In response to a question from Hubert Hoover, Moderator Richard Rockwood clarified that 
a yes vote was a vote to purchase the bond. 

Moderator Richard Rockwood asked if there were any more questions, seeing none he 
opened the polls for an hour at 7:39 p.m. 

At 8:47 p.m. Moderator Richard Rockwood closed the polls. The ballots were counted and 
the results were as follows: 214 ballots were cast; 198 in favor; 16 against; the article 
passed. 

Scott Chapman offered a motion to move article 17 ahead of article 5. Selectman Bob 
MacFarland seconded the motion. Voice vote approved moving the article; there were 
none opposed. 

17. To see if the Town will vote to raise the veteran's property tax exemption from fifty 
dollars ($50) to two hundred fifty dollars ($250). (Petition Article - Budget Committee 
recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) 

Moderator Richard Rockwood read Article 17. Moved by Jerry Greene, seconded by Bob 
MacFarland. 

Moderator Richard Rockwood opened the floor for comments, seeing none he called for a 
vote. The article was voice vote approved with none opposed. 

5. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of fifty thousand 
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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.) 

Moderator Richard Rockwood read the article. Moved by Jerry Greene, seconded by Bob 
MacFarland. 

In response to a question from Joe Torre as to why there was a reserve fund for both an 
emergency service building and a fire station fund, Selectman Jerry Greene stated that 
the emergency fund was established when it was not clear whether the fire and police 
station would be together. 

In response to a question from Joe Torre, Moderator Richard Rockwood stated that 
"construction" can be both renovations and additions. He noted that at the next meeting 
the selectman can come forward with a warrant article to change the name of the 
emergency services fund. 

In response to a question from Joe Torre, Selectman Jerry Greene stated that the 
selectman anticipate getting a completed study from the University of NH this year. He 
stated that they will then discuss how much money a fire station will cost. He also noted 
that the Board is unanimous in the fact that they should be building a fire station. He 
stated it would likely be 2-3 years from that point until completion. 

Without further discussion the article was voice vote approved with none opposed. 

6. 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.) 

Moderator Richard Rockwood read the article. Moved by Jerry Greene, seconded by Bob 
MacFarland. Moderator Richard Rockwood asked for comments or questions. 

In response to a question from a resident regarding the goal amount of the reserve fund, 
Ray Dick stated that at the present time they are looking to replace a rescue truck for 
three hundred fifty thousand dollars ($350,000) and an engine for one hundred eighty 
thousand dollars ($180,000) to two hundred thousand dollars ($200,000). 

Without further discussion a voice vote approved the article with none opposed. 

7. 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). 



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Moderator Richard Rockwood read the article. Moved by Jerry Greene, seconded by Bob 
MacFarland. 

Ron Brown read a letter from Stan Young, Library Trustee and Co-chair of the Renovation 
Campaign Steering Committee, apologizing for not being available to come to the 
meeting. The letter stated that contributions and pledges have reached the seven hundred 
thousand dollar ($700,000) mark which is well over half of the one million two hundred 
thousand dollars ($1 .2 million). The letter stated that the goal includes the appropriation of 
two hundred thousand dollars ($200,000) from Wilton residents. The letter noted that the 
Broccoli Foundation Matching Gift and Sullivan Memorial Gift were in part inspired by the 
town's appropriations. The letter stated that this year the Library Renovation & 
Preservation Capital Reserve Fund is requesting one hundred thousand dollars 
($100,000) to close the gap. It stated that they are expecting to close the campaign this 
year and the one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) would help set an example for 
other private and public contributors. 

Moderator Richard Rockwood asked for comments. Seeing none he asked for a vote. 
Voice vote approved the article with none opposed. 

8. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of seventy five 
thousand dollars ($75,000) to be added to the Highway 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.) 

Moderator Richard Rockwood read the article. Moved by Jerry Greene, seconded by Bob 
MacFarland. 

Moderator Richard Rockwood opened the floor for comments. 

Resident Chris Carter stated that seventy five thousand dollars ($75,000) seems like a 
drastic step and asked how the Budget Committee arrived at the figure and why. 

Budget Committee member Cary Hughes stated that it was clear that in the not too distant 
future several things would need to be replaced. 

In response to a question from Chris Carter, Steve Elliot, Road Agent, stated that the 
Town would need a new grader within three years and they have several old trucks that 
may not make it much longer. 

Scott Thompson asked if the Town has known for years that this equipment will need to 
be bought why does it have to be done all of a sudden when the Fire Department is not 
getting as much. 



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Chris Carter questioned why the town should not raise forty thousand dollars ($40,000) 
this year and again next year if no new equipment is needed right now. He added that 
forty thousand dollars ($40,000) is a lot of money in one year. 

Budget Committee member Cary Hughes stated that the Budget Committee some years 
ago took the approach of small increments and then got caught short and the Town was 
hit with a high tax rate. He explained that the committee is trying to avoid this situation 
again yet keep the tax rate reasonable this year. 

In response to a question from Bob Duquette, Moderator Richard Rockwood stated that 
the last truck the town replaced cost ninety thousand dollars ($90,000). 

In response to a question from Dick Greeley, Moderator Richard Rockwood stated that he 
did not know how many bids had been received for that truck. 

Dick Greeley stated that he feels the Town should have negotiated more. 

A resident stated that they remembered that the truck in question was bought under 
emergency circumstances and he thinks that being prepared to replace a truck before it 
actually needs to be replaced, so you don't have to pay top dollar is a good idea. He 
stated that last year's truck was bought too quickly and without research. 

Chris Carter stated that if the Town is putting money into the Capital Reserve Fund, he 
thinks that the article should state a specific piece of equipment. 

Moderator Richard Rockwood stated that if for instance a grader was specified in the 
article and all of a sudden the Town had an emergency they would not be able to use that 
money. 

Chris Carter noted that not all the reserve money has to be in one warrant article. 

Selectman Jerry Greene noted that the Town votes when the money is removed from the 
Capital Reserve Fund and putting it in the Capital Reserve Fund is not spending the 
money. 

There was a question as to whether the truck from the previous year had been in a 
warrant article. After some discussion it was determined that the truck appeared in Article 
#19 of last year's warrant. 

Dick Greeley commented that the road crew does a good job but the administration does 
not. 

Bob Duquette agrees that the seventy five thousand dollars ($75,000) is too much and if 
the town puts away forty thousand dollars ($40,000) for two years they could buy a new 
truck. Also, he noted that the Town doesn't need a grader as badly. 



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Moderator Richard Rockwood asked if there were further questions. There were none. A 
voice vote passed the article. 

9. 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 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.) 

Moderator Richard Rockwood read the article. Moved by Jerry Greene, seconded by Bob 
MacFarland. 

Without further discussion a voice vote approved the article with none opposed. 

10. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of thirteen thousand, 
six hundred fifty one dollars ($13,651) 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.) 

Moderator Richard Rockwood read the article. Moved by Jerry Greene, seconded by Bob 
MacFarland. 

Without further discussion a voice vote approved the article with none opposed. 

11. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of thirty five thousand 
dollars ($35,000) for the purchase of a new Police Cruiser and accompanying equipment, 
and to authorize the withdrawal of fourteen thousand dollars ($14,000) from the Police 
Cruiser Capital Reserve Fund created for that purpose, the remaining twenty one 
thousand dollars ($21,000) the monies to come from general taxation, or to take any other 
action relating thereto. (Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen 
recommend this article.) 

Moderator Richard Rockwood read the article. Moved by Jerry Greene, seconded by Bob 
MacFarland. 

In response to a question from Bob Duquette, Moderator Richard Rockwood stated that 
the total cost of the car is thirty five thousand dollars ($35,000). 

In response to a question from a resident, Moderator Richard Rockwood stated that the 
Town would be purchasing a sedan. 

In response to a question from Herb Hodge, Moderator Richard Rockwood stated that 
there was a little over fourteen thousand dollars ($14,000) in the reserve fund. 

In response to a question from a resident, Chief Hautanen stated that the current vehicles 
have 75,000 and 116,000 miles and the spare car has 118,000 miles. 



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Without further discussion a voice vote approved the article with none opposed. 

12. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of one hundred 
seventy thousand dollars ($170,000) for the purchase of the Frog Pond property, Tax Map 
D -93, and for recommended dam restoration work and related acquisition costs, or to 
take any other action related thereto. All said lands are located within the Town of Wilton, 
New Hampshire. The money shall come from general taxation and grants, if available or 
to take any other action relating thereto. 
(Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) 

Moderator Richard Rockwood read the article. Moved by Jerry Greene, seconded by Bob 
MacFariand. 

In response to a question from a resident, Moderator Richard Rockwood stated that the 
cost involved includes one hundred fifty thousand dollars ($150,000) for the land and 
twenty thousand ($20,000) for the dam repair. 

Spencer Brookes stated that he has met with the state authorities and they have indicated 
that the dam is safe but does not meet current standards. He explained that it needs a 
spillway, so the water has a direct route if it should overfill rather than breeching the dam, 
which, he notes, has never happened. 

In response to a question from Bob Duquette, Spencer Brookes stated that he had met 
with the State before the town entered into a purchase and sales. He stated that there are 
minor cracks, a days work of cement, and an emergency spillway, which needs to be 
corrected. He stated that they also have a complete study on removing the dam. He 
stated that it would cost sixty thousand dollars ($60,000) to remove the dam. He also 
stated that the current owners had a ten thousand dollar ($10,000) engineering study 
done about five years ago. 

In response to questions from Joe Poisson, Spencer Brookes stated that the Town's 
liability insurance will cover the dam, and it will fall under the general rider because Wilton 
already owns bridges and dams. 

In response to questions from Dick Greeley, Spencer Brookes stated that the dam is of 
the lowest class and that the dam has a potential cost of five hundred dollars ($500) or so 
a year for maintenance including the one hundred dollar ($100) permit fee. 

In response to a question from Joe Poisson, Spencer Brookes stated that the usage of the 
site would have many of the same characteristics as Carnival Hill. Currently people are 
using the site for walking as much as Carnival Hill. He explained that it is mowed by a 
local farmer. Spencer Brookes stated that the pond is six acres in area and is skated on 
and fished. He noted that the site contains forest land and abutting it is 26 acres which 
Milford is acquiring. He stated that the site is 56 acres between Maple Street and Whiting 
Hill Road and connects with Carnival Hill. 



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In response to a question from Joanna Eckstrom, regarding security and safety issues, 
Spencer Brookes stated that it is a natural pond and it has never needed any security 
before, so he does not believe it will need security now. 

Stan Schultz stated that acquiring the site will put liability back on the town. He noted that 
the site abuts property that is going to be developed in Milford. He stated it is quite 
swampy and not a supplement to Carnival Hill. 

Spencer Brookes stated that the site includes 15 acres of field and one can see all the 
way to Massachusetts even though you cannot see downtown Wilton. He then presented 
a slide show. Spencer Brookes reiterated that the dam is safe. 

Peter Graves asked Spencer Brookes if he could show us something that will help the 
audience with the lay of the land. 

In response to a question from Peter Graves, Spencer Brookes stated that the pond is 500 
feet from Carnival Hill where the ball fields are. He also noted that Wilton is working with 
Milford to determine the best site for the trail without disturbing the turtles and that there 
will be access to the area from the Milford development. 

Moderator Richard Rockwood explained that the site is basically parallel to Whiting Hill 
Road. 

In response to a question from Herb Hodge, Spencer Brookes stated that the closest part 
of the development is the roadway which is 300 feet away but the houses are further 
away. 

In response to a question from Herb Hodge regarding Wilton's liability for septic system 
spillovers from the development, the Planning Board stated that the development would 
be on town sewer. 

A resident noted that he had walked the site and he was amazed at how the land fit in. He 
stated that he could not imagine having a road cut through that narrow way and that it 
would be a shame to lose the property. 

After several comments Alex MacMartin moved the question. Voice vote approved moving 
the question with none opposed. 

Voice vote approved the article with none opposed. 

13. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of one dollar ($1.00) 
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 



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December 31, 2007, whichever is sooner, or to take any other action relating thereto. 
(Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) 

Moderator Richard Rockwood read the article. Moved by Jerry Greene, seconded by Bob 
MacFarland. 

Selectman Donavan stated that this article proposes to begin to improve 1350 feet of 
Isaac Frye Highway at a total cost of one hundred sixteen thousand dollars ($116,000), if 
the 1" topcoat is not applied immediately, to one hundred twenty five thousand dollars 
($125,000). He stated that Monadnock Survey had engineered the site and they are 
proposing that Wilton change the grade by 10 feet, which involves a lot of fill. He 
explained that there have been a lot of complaints on this section of Highway because the 
existing grade is at 12% and riddled with potholes and washboards. Selectman Dan 
Donovan noted that half way through the steep grade and curve there is exposed ledge 
that would be removed and the curve would be straighten, by moving it to the right, which 
would improve sight distance and alleviate drainage problems. He explained that the 
voters need to consider that currently Wilton is holding seventy seven thousand dollars 
($77,000) contributed by developers that have been granted subdivisions. He stated that 
this money is not impact fee money, but if one assumes that the money is guided by those 
rules, it has to be returned after six years if not used. He stated that currently Wilton is in 
year three of holding that money and will lose the money soon if they do not spend it. He 
explained that the development will be continuing and while the improvements may not be 
mandatory now, at some point it will be, but by then it may be to late to use the seventy 
seven thousand dollar ($77,000) contribution from the developer. 

A resident stated that she hoped the road would not be straightened out too much. 

In response to a question from Scott Thompson, Moderator Richard Rockwood stated that 
the article includes less of the road and fewer improvements then last year, which 
accounts for the difference in price. 

In response to a question from Bob Duquette, Budget Committee member Cary Hughes 
stated that the affect on the tax rate was $.30 for this issue. 

The audience and Moderator Richard Rockwood discussed whether the intersection of 
McGettigan and Isaac Frye is in Milford or Wilton. 

Selectman Jerry Greene moved to amend the article to raise and appropriate the sum of 
one hundred twenty five thousand one hundred forty six dollars ($125,146.00), seventy 
seven thousand dollars ($77,000) of which is to come from existing developer 
contributions, resulting in the town raising forty eight thousand one hundred forty six 
dollars ($48,146.00) from general taxation. Selectman Bob MacFarland seconded the 
motion. 

In response to a question from Stuart Draper, Selectman Jerry Greene stated that the 
Highway Department would be doing the work. 



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Chris Carter commented on the fact that Wilton would be spending one hundred twenty 
five thousand dollars ($125,000) to rebuild only 1350 feet of road and questioned if the 
money would be better spent paving other roads. 

Charlie McGettigan stated that he saw no reason in the world why the Highway 
Department should not be able to repair the road. He also stated that anyone who says it 
will cost that much does not know what they are talking about. He noted that he would be 
giving the Town about 500 feet on road frontage from his own property. 

Moderator Richard Rockwood reiterated that the Highway Department would be doing the 
work. 

Charlie McGettigan stated he was not impressed with the people who completed the work 
on Carnival Hill. 

Matt Fish stated that the Planning Board has been doing a lot of work on this project. 

Jim Cutler asked where the bid came from. 

Selectman Dan Donovan stated that the seventy seven thousand dollars ($77,000) is 
gone if not used and it cannot be used to pave a road on the other side of town. The fees 
have to be used on the road the development impacts. He reiterated that this would not be 
a subcontracted job. He read a list of all the prices and proposed quantities and explained 
that the blasting would be done by a subcontractor. 

Serafin Anderson stated that last year the townspeople were told that the seventy seven 
thousand dollars ($77,000) was to offset the entire road and questioned what would 
happen when the rest of that road repair has to be done. 

Selectman Dan Donovan stated that this is the affect of growth. He explained that there 
would undoubtedly be other developer contributions but this is what Wilton has now. He 
explained that this road and other roads will require substantial money if growth continues. 

In response to a question from Stuart Draper, Steve Elliot, Road Agent, stated that twenty 
five thousand dollars ($25,000) would be spent hiring contracted trucks because he did 
not believe it would be efficient to do the amount of hauling necessary for this project in 
the Town owned six-wheeler. 

Chris Carter questioned what the developers are going to say if the repair does not extend 
to their new development. 

Moderator Richard Rockwood stated that the contributions are for the road not necessarily 
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In response to a question from Chris Carter, Moderator Richard Rockwood stated that he 
did not know if it was possible to ask for more money next year. 

In response to a question from John Giso, Steve Elliot stated that the price included in the 
quote did take into account the discount Wilton is receiving from Quinn brothers. 

Charlie McGettigan stated that Wilton has already done this kind of work by them selves 
and previously the Town did everything except the bulldozer work. He stated that there is 
no excuse for anyone to agree to spend this kind of money for 1350 feet of road and that 
Wilton should get someone else to do the work. 

It was discussed that the entire section of road was approximately 7/1 0's to 1 mile long. 

Stuart Draper stated that last year Wilton had a quote to do the whole road for three 
hundred forty thousand dollars ($340,000) and at this rate it would cost five hundred 
thousand dollars ($500,000) for the road. He stated that the cost should be capped at one 
hundred thousand dollars ($100,000). 

Dave Boissonault stated that Wilton should spend just the $77,000. 

Mark Whitehill stated that the Town is growing and they have to take care of the roads or it 
will slap them in the face. 

A resident asked to move the question. Voice vote approved moving the question. 

Voice vote approved the amendment to the motion. 

Voice vote approved the motion. 

14. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of one dollar ($1 .00) 
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.) 

A resident stated that last year in March the selectman were presented with a petition to 
preserve stone walls and trees and questioned what the planned scope and intent of the 
widening was. He also questioned what traffic observations and measuring would be put 
in place to maintain the safety of the residents as many of the houses sit on the road. 

Selectman Dan Donovan stated that he did not recall the details of the Scenic Highway 
Petition but the proposal is to widen Marden Road to 22 feet as the existing pavement is 
12-16 feet wide. He stated that there has been some discussion as to whether Mr. 
Parker's house is in the Town's way, however, the proposal here allows that neither of 
these houses will be affected by the pavement. He also explained that the existing Y- 



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intersection with Wilton Center Road would be eliminated. He stated that this would slow 
down traffic and give more sight lines. He stated that the total cost is estimated to be fifty 
three thousand dollars ($53,000) with all of the work to be done by the Highway 
Department, and that Wilton is holding thirty three thousand dollars ($33,000) in developer 
contributions so they would need to raise twenty thousand dollars ($20,000). 

In response to a question from Scott Thompson, Steve Elliot stated that the Highway 
Department has two years to complete these projects, and while they will be busy, it 
should not be an issue. He stated that this project will hopefully start in the fall but that it 
does not entail a lot of work for the highway crew. 

Selectman Jerry Greene moved to amend the article to raise fifty three thousand dollars 
($53,000), thirty three thousand dollars ($33,000) of which is to come from developer 
contributions and twenty thousand dollars ($20,000) to be raised by general taxation. 
Selectman Bob MacFarland seconded the motion. 

There was some discussion as to the total number of lots and which subdivision they were 
located on. 

In response to a question from Abby Bart, Moderator Richard Rockwood stated that the 
Scenic Highway Petition was not on the warrant, so there was nothing that could be 
decided about it today. 

In response to a question from a resident as to whether the changes are necessary, 
Selectman Jerry Greene stated that Monadnock Survey had recommended the changes 
to enable for a better sight distance of 300 feet in both directions. He also explained that 
the road is only 12-16 feet wide and it is difficult for two cars to pass. 

Gail Hoar questioned if this road could possibly be a scenic road and the speed limit 
dropped to 20 MPH which would give Wilton time to consider whether the road really 
needs to be widened. 

Herb Hodge asked if the road was improved would the Town be installing speed bumps. 

Chris Roll stated that the sight limit is very dangerous there. 

After much more discussion about possible implications of the Scenic Highway Petition, 
costs, and possible speed issues a resident move to table to amendment. 

Moderator Richard Rockwood explained that tabling an amendment required a 2/3 
majority vote. 

Voice vote approved tabling the amendment. Voice vote approved tabling article 14. 

15. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of nine thousand thirty 
dollars ($9,030) for the purchase of fencing for a new impound yard at the rear of the 



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Police Station and the installation of a handicap hand rail at the stations front entrance, 
the monies to come from general taxation, or to take any other action relating thereto. 
(Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) 

Moderator Richard Rockwood read the article. Moved by Jerry Greene, seconded by Bob 
MacFarland. 

In response to a question from Herb Hodge, Chief Hautanen stated that the cars are 
currently impounded at the towing contractor's lot. 

In response to questions from residents, Chief Hautanen stated that the cars cannot be 
held at the state barracks and that the Police need an impound lot to be able to hold 
evidence and retain a chain of command. 

In response to a question from a resident, Stuart Draper stated that the handicap rails 
were put off due to the budget of the original project. 

In response to a question from Gail Procter, Chief Hautanen stated that the proposal 
would be to put up a chain link fence around a 25 x 25 foot area which would house two to 
three vehicles at any given time to be held for as long as needed until a case cleared. 

Gail Proctor stated that she could not think of an uglier place to place an impound lot. 

Chief Hautanen stated that his understanding was that there was never going to be any 
other sites, therefore he did not look into any others. 

In response to a question from Chris Roll, Chief Hautanen stated that no cars were held 
last year but there were two the year before that. 

In response to a question from Bob Duquette, Chief Hautanen stated that the estimate he 
had received for the fence was three thousand five hundred dollars ($3,500). 

A resident questioned what was wrong with storing cars in the Town Barn because a lot 
would not be aesthetically pleasing. 

Tom Schultz stated that an impound lot was part of the original design and that most 
police areas have an impound area. He explained that previously the Town ran out of 
money so the lot was not completed and currently the cars are being moved all around, 
when they need be kept at the station. 

A resident expressed their concern that the Library would look directly down on the lot. 

Mr. Schultz stated that currently there is just a blue tarp over cars. 



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In response to a question from Joe Poisson, Moderator Richard Rockwood stated that if it 
was in their budget the Police already have permission to put up the fence because it is in 
the original plans. 

In response to a question from Scott Thompson, Chief Hautanen confirmed that it would 
cost five thousand five hundred dollars ($5,500) for the handicapped rails and that they 
would extend the length of the walkway. 

Nelson Taylor stated that having a chain link fence would prevent children from getting 
hurt. 

Joe Poisson stated that if it was his child that had been hurt in an accident and he needed 
a safe place to put the evidence it would be common sense to put it at the Police Station. 

In response to a question from Matt Fish as to whether it is possible to make the fence 
any prettier, Chief Hautanen stated that he had not obtained any quotes for that. 

Spencer Brookes offered that landscaping could make a big difference. 

Gail Proctor suggested that perhaps the Selectman and Police Department can work with 
the Main Street Design Committee to make the site more aesthetically pleasing. 

Voice vote approved the article. 

16. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of fifty thousand 
dollars ($50,000) for the purchase of a new wood chipper and "BobCat" for the Recycling 
Center, the monies to come from the Recycling Center Capital Reserve Fund, or to take 
any other action relating thereto. (Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen 
recommend this article.) 

Moderator Richard Rockwood read the article. Moved by Jerry Greene, seconded by Bob 
MacFarland. 

In response to a question from Charlie McGettigan, Maurice Guay stated that the chipper 
would be used to chip brush and minimize the amount of burning. He also noted that the 
pallets would be going to the wood working place downtown. 

Voice vote approved the article with none opposed. 

18. To see if the Town will vote to absolutely discontinue the portion of Class VI road 
segment connecting Rideout Road and Captain Clark Highway. The land on which the 
discontinued portion is situated is described as follows: 

A certain tract of land in Wilton, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire containing 11,490 
square feet, being shown as Old Rideout Road (Class VI - 1990) on a plan entitled 



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Subdivision Plan of Land Lot F-149 Richard E. Schwab, Rebecca L. Schwab, Wilton, New 
Hampshire Scale T-50' dated December 28, 2004 prepared by Monadnock Survey, Inc. 

Beginning at the most southerly corner of the tract at a drill hole set at the end of a 
stone wall, said point being at the intersection of the easterly sideline of Captain Clark 
Highway and the southerly sideline Old Rideout Road; thence by Captain Clark Highway 

1. North 21 ° 56' 41" East 1 19.18 feet to a point at land of Richard E. and 
Rebecca L. Schwab; thence by the Schwab land 

2. North 45° 42' 23" East 73.60 feet to a drill hole at an intersection of 
stonewalls; thence continuing by a stonewall 

3. North 45° 42' 23" East 120.99 feet to a drill hole at the northerly end of a 12 
foot bar way; thence continuing by the stonewall 

4. North 62° 47' 53" East 95.06 feet to a point at the new section of Rideout 
Road; thence by Rideout Road 

5. South 61 ° 08' 38" East 34.42 feet to a steel pin set in a stone wall on the 
easterly sideline of Old Rideout Road; thence by the wall 

6. South 58° 41' 14" West 135.58 feet to a drill hole set at the end of the stone 
wall; thence 

7. South 55° 48' 1 9" West 31 .43 feet to a drill hole set in the stone wall; thence 

8. South 39° 44' 36" West 123.14 feet to a drill hole in the stonewall; thence 

9. South 40° 45' 07" West 1 19.41 feet to the point of beginning. 
(Selectmen recommend this article.) 

Moderator Richard Rockwood read the article. Moved by Jerry Greene, seconded by Bob 
MacFarland. 

In response to a question from a resident, Moderator Richard Rockwood stated that Wilton 
would no longer have right of way. 

Charlie McGettigan and Richard Schwab both stated that it is a good idea and should 
have been done several years ago. 

In response to a question from Chris Roll, Richard Schwab stated that there is no intended 
use at this time, just to connect the two parts of the lot to make them one. 

In response to a question from Joe Poisson, Richard Schwab stated that in order for 
snowmobiles to use the property they would have to go down the town road and 
snowmobiles are not currently using it. 

In response to a question from Charlie McGettigan regarding amending the article to 
include the other end of the road, Moderator Richard Rockwood stated that that would not 
be possible at this time. 

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19. To see if the town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of two million, nine 
hundred ninety nine thousand, one hundred twenty dollars ($2,999,120) which represents 
the operating budget for the year 2005. 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 five million forty six thousand eight hundred three dollars ($5,046,803). 
(Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) 

Moderator Richard Rockwood read the article. Moved by Jerry Greene, seconded by Bob 
MacFarland. 

Tom Schultz moved to amend the article to include that the sum of twenty thousand nine 
hundred fifty three dollars ($20,953) be raised to support the Wilton-Lyndeborough 
Ambulance Service. Motion to amend seconded by Stanley Schultz. 

In response to a question from Nelson Taylor, Tom Schultz explained his reasoning for the 
amount of twenty thousand nine hundred fifty three dollars ($20,953). 

Paul Buffum, chairman of the Wilton-Lyndeborough Ambulance Service, gave a brief 
history of the service; eacn town that uses the service contributes two citizens and one 
Selectman to the Board. He also stated that Wilton pays approximately 60% of the cost to 
run the service because they make up 60% of the population served by the service. He 
stated that the service has one full time employee, who is the chief, and 30 volunteers. He 
stated that the Milford Ambulance Service has a budget of three hundred thirty four 
thousand dollars ($334,000) from the town, which equates to a cost of three hundred nine 
dollars ($309) per call being passed on to the taxpayers; where as the Wilton- 
Lyndeborough Ambulance Service had 453 calls at one hundred eight dollars ($108) per 
call. He stated that they offer good quality for less money. 

Paul Buffum made a motion to change the amount to raise from one dollar ($1) to thirty 
nine thousand nine hundred thirty eight dollars ($39,938). Motion to amend seconded by 
Hubert Hoover. 

Tom Schultz stated that the Board of Directors includes five representatives from 
Lyndeborough and only two from Wilton, which is essentially taxation without 
representation. He stated that the service is good but that he has an issue with the Board 
of Directors. 

Hubert Hoover stated that Tom Schultz does this on a regular basis and that the reason 
that the service was set up as it was in 1974 was because the Selectman then wanted to 
keep it out of politics. He stated that they have continued on that basis. He admitted that 
they have probably not done as much jumping through hoops as the Budget Committee 
would like but they would like the communication to be better. He stated that the Wilton- 
Lyndeborough Ambulance Service will see that the Treasurer goes before the Budget 
Committee this year and that he thinks the money is reasonable and the service is 
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A resident noted that Wilton hears the same apologies every year from the administration 
of the Wilton-Lyndeborough Ambulance Service. 

Stan Schultz stated that in January of 2004, when the ambulance Board had a meeting 
with the Town of Wilton, it was suggested that there be two members from Temple, two 
from Lyndeborough, and three from Wilton, one of which had to be a Selectman. He 
stated that the other suggestion was to put the ambulance under the wing of Wilton, 
similar to the Recycling Center. He stated that Wilton has already contributed over a 
million dollars to the service and the Town of Wilton buys, insures, and registers the 
ambulances, and Lyndeborough and Temple pay their share of the costs to Wilton. 

In response to a comment from Moderator Richard Rockwood, Tom Schultz stated that 
the Chief of the service was a voting member until and including last year. He also noted 
that Betty Stevens, one of the founders of the service, should be on the Board, but as a 
non-voting member. 

Cary Hughes, of the Budget Committee, stated that the Budget Committee has approved 
the dollar amount that the ambulance service is looking for and that while Wilton 
appreciates the great service they get, his committee is about money and they need to be 
able to talk to the ambulance service about their budget. Mr. Hughes stated that the 
service does not have the right people to present their numbers to the Budget Committee. 
He stated that he wants them to go over their numbers because he suspects that they 
have money they are not showing people. 

Gary Zirpolo stated that communication is a two way street, and that Lyndeborough and 
Temple do not have these kinds of issues. He stated that everyone needs to get on the 
same page and that generally the Board of the ambulance service makes decisions by 
majority, not votes. He also noted that while the Selectmen have been on the Board for 
twelve months, Selectman Bob MacFarland has missed half of the meetings. He stated 
that the Selectman were put on the Board but Wilton's Selectman is not showing up. 

Joe Torre stated that there is not a problem with the service but he thinks that if the 
ambulance can not meet the Budget Committee standards they should not be able to 
spend any of Wilton's money. 

In response to a question from Paul Buffum as to whether anyone would like to see the 
cost of an accountant added to the expense, Moderator Richard Rockwood stated that 
there is already an accountant on the Board, to which Paul Buffum responded that the 
accountant does not get paid. 

In response to a question from Moderator Richard Rockwood, Paul Buffum stated that the 
Wilton-Lyndeborough Ambulance Service has had the same bylaws since 1974. 

Stuart Draper stated that he was the Treasurer and he did all the billings and collecting, 
but that over the years he felt that everything was declining. He stated that there are big 
discrepancies on the figures, and that the service needs to get together the right numbers. 



96 



A member of the ambulance service stated that they went through an audit which 
recommended that they work on an accrual basis rather than a cash basis, so they 
switched software programs and the reason the balance sheets were not correct is 
because there were bugs in the system. She stated that the insurance payments made to 
Wilton were not posted correctly by the Wilton administration. 

Two residents expressed their concern that the level of service is what is most important. 

Stan Schultz stated that he does not disagree that the ambulance needs the money or 
that they are a good service but he feels that Wilton should have more representation than 
they presently have. 

Dan Donovan, expressing his personal opinion, stated that he reviewed the by-laws and 
they provide for no more than five directors. He stated that the while a full audit showed 
there was no money missing, Wilton does have evidence, that was provided to them, of a 
gift fund. He feels that it makes sense to fund part of their budget and then release the 
rest later after the Budget Committee is comfortable with the service's numbers. 

Voice vote was not clear on the 2 nd amendment. Moderator Richard Rockwood asked for 
a hand count. In favor - 49, against - 26. The second amendment to raise the Ambulance 
Budget from one dollar ($1) to thirty nine thousand nine hundred thirty eight dollars 
($39,938) was hand count approved. The 1 st amendment proposed by Tom Schultz to 
amend the main article by the sum of twenty thousand nine hundred fifty three dollars 
($20,953) for the support of the Wilton-Lyndeborough Ambulance Service was withdrawn. 

Jerry Greene proposed an amendment to increase the Highway Department's budget to 
twenty two thousand one hundred dollars ($22,100). Dan Donovan seconded the motion. 
Voice vote approved the amendment. 

The Article 19 was changed to reflect the changes for a total of three million sixty one 
thousand one hundred fifty-eight dollars ($3,061,158) without the special articles, and five 
million two hundred thirty three thousand nine hundred eighty seven dollars ($5,233,987) 
with. 

The Moderator asked for questions, seeing none, he moved for a vote. Voice vote 
approved the article with none opposed. 

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

Moderator Richard Rockwood read the article. Moved by Jerry Greene, seconded by Bob 
MacFarland. 

Without further comments voice vote approved the article with none opposed. 



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

Treasure Barry Greene noted that the total effect on the tax rate after this evenings vote 
was $2.11. 

Stanley Young was nominated as the Library Trustees, nomination was seconded and a 
voice vote approved with none opposed. 

Motion to adjourn was made and seconded. Voice vote approved the motion with none 
opposed at 11:43p.m. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Pamela Atwood, Deputy Clerk 



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02/10/05 Urena, Leonidas 

02/12/05 Allumbaugh, Ross Martin 

03/25/05 Chamberlin, Stephens H 

04/30/05 Rector, Michael James 

05/07/05 Lausha IV, Burton Eli 

05/28/05 Chard, Alexander 

05/28/05 Taylor, Theodore Charles 

06/04/05 LeBaron, Michael J 

06/11/05 Bolduc, Christopher Joseph 

06/19/05 Farwell, Jason Eric 

06/24/05 Lippman, Charles C 

06/25/05 Alley, David Henry 

06/25/05 Cooper, Richard L 

07/23/05 Long, John B 

09/03/05 Hickman, Justin Laird 

09/10/05 Gagnon, David P 

09/17/05 Brassard, Leon Edward 

09/17/05 Morse, Jonathan Foxcroft 

10/01/05 Fredericks, Richard Craig 

1 0/01 /05 Lemire, Scott Anthony 

10/08/05 Wadleigh, Bruce Elliott 

1 1/27/05 Smith, Harry Richard 

12/03/05 Trow, Benjamin Taylor 

12/18/05 Murray, Ian Robert 

12/23/05 Thompson, Zachary William 

12/31/05 Manha, Mark O 



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Sargavakian, Emily Elisabeth 
Chamberlin, Shannon P 
Fredette, Holly Marie 
Stockman, Janet Carol 
Dayton, Denise M 
Sawyer, Jessica Christina 
Umenhoffer, Mary E 
Collard, Sunny Rae 
Thomas, Heidi Ann 
McKeown, Loretaanne N 
Osman, Abby 
Cormier, Mary H 
Hood, Melinda C 
Greene, Michelle Patricia 
Knowles, LeeAnne 
Bailey, Kristen Doris 
Moran, Mary Ann 
Webster, Allison Mary 
Huntoon, Julie Anne 
Celona, Judy-Ann Florence 
Mosley, Jeannine Ann 
McHugh, Kalena Elisabeth 
MacFarland, Alaina Sarah 
Hall, Amanda J 
Walker, Shelley L 



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BURIALS REGISTERED IN THE TOWN OF WILTON 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2005 



Date of Buri 


al Place of Death 


Name of Deceased 


Age 


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01/17/05 


Boston, MA 


James Fitzgerald 


66 


Mt Calvary 


03/24/05 


Richmond, VA 


Roland O Brochu 


56 


Mt Calvary 


04/08/05 


Reading, MA 


Elsie O Nelson 


94 


Laurel Hill 


04/11/05 


Bennington 


Alfred J Willette 


74 


Mt Calvary 


04/11/05 


Keene 


Edna M Willette 


82 


Mt Calvary 


04/16/05 


Palm Springs, CA 


John C MacDonald 


86 


Mt Calvary 


04/21/05 


Greenfield 


Maureen Ann Smith 


58 


Mt Calvary 


04/24/05 


Peterborough 


John Miles Keefe 


83 


Vale End 


04/30/05 


Templeton, MA 


Kenneth A Doucette 


41 


Mt Calvary 


05/01/05 


Peterborough 


Gladys Lizzie Clark 


102 


Vale End 


05/04/05 


Peterborough 


Richard R Tuttle Jr 


76 


Laurel Hill 


05/04/05 


Waterloo, NY 


George Lenz 


80 


Laurel Hill 


05/04/05 


Baldwinville, MA 


Pauline E King 


76 


Laurel Hill 


05/06/05 


Milford 


Violet K. McGrath 


88 


Laurel Hill 


05/13/05 


Wilton 


Joseph E Stanton 


79 


Mt Calvary 


05/14/05 


Nashua 


Eric R Anderson 


30 


Mt Calvary 


05/21/05 


Sterling, MA 


Arthur W French 


78 


South Yard 


05/27/05 


Milford 


Marie Louise Theriault 


75 


Mt Calvary 


06/18/05 


Milford 


Glenice L Lacasse 


90 


Laurel Hill 


06/18/05 


Milford 


Earl L Budro 


71 


Vale End 


06/26/05 


Peterborough 


Joseph K Pollock 


80 


Vale End 


06/28/05 


Milford 


Alice J Deschamps 


76 


Mt Calvary 


07/16/05 


Nashua 


Florence G Boutwell 


80 


Laurel Hill 


07/16/05 


Concord 


Ava Marie Figueroa 


Infant Mt Calvary 


07/22/05 


Nashua 


Robert A McQuade Sr 


87 


Mt Calvary 


07/30/05 


Melborne, FL 


Lillian M Cowie 


89 


Laurel Hill 


09/22/05 


Pinellas Park, FL 


Marie Nadeau 


91 


Mt Calvary 


09/22/05 


Milford 


Ray E Hutchinson 


88 


Laurel Hill 


10/01/05 


Nashua 


Margaret M Gibbons 


76 


Mt Calvary 


10/10/05 


Wilton 


Roderick Price 


57 


Laurel Hill 


10/11/05 


Boston, MA 


Donald R Frost Sr 


77 


Vale End 


10/30/05 


Nashua 


Rudolph E Daniels Sr 


76 


Laurel Hill 


11/29/05 


Merrimack 


Paul E VanderHeyden 


72 


Mt Calvary 


12/07/05 


Goffstown 


Laura E McLeod 


94 


Laurel Hill 


12/12/05 


Keene 


Evelyn G Williams 


84 


Laurel Hill 


12/14/05 


Milford 


Benjamin Holt 


82 


Laurel Hill 


12/20/05 


Milford 


Helen Marie Lorette 


77 


Mt Calvary 


12/20/05 


Pittsgrove, NJ 


Mavis Claire Black 


83 


Mt Calvary 



104 



ANNUAL REPORT 



of the 



School District Officers 



For the Town of 



WILTON 
NEW HAMPSHIRE 



Year Ending June 30, 2005 



INDEX 
WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 



Administrator's Report S9 

Auditors' Report S20 

Budget Comparison S27 

Expenditures S22 

Health Service Report S17 

Projected Revenues S36 

SAU #63 Budget S12 

School Board's Budget S28 

School District Officers S1 

School Treasurer's Report S 1 9 

Special Education Director's Report S10 

Special Education Expenditures S26 

Staff S15 

Statement of Analysis of Changes in Fund Equity S25 

Statement of Revenues S21 

Statistics S18 

Superintendent's Report S8 

Synopsis of 2005 District Meeting & Elections S5 

Title I Director's Report S11 

Warrant for Election of Officers S2 

Warrant for District Meeting S3 









WILTON 



SCHOOL DISTRICT OFFICERS 



Moderator: 


Mr. Richard Rockwood 


2006 


Clerk: 


Mrs. Kelly Eshback 


2006 


Treasurer: 


Mr. Stanley Greene (Appointed) 


2006 


Auditors: 


Ms. Doris Boutwell 


2006 




Ms. Carlene Brown 


2006 



SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS 



Chairman: 
Secretary: 



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



2007 
2006 
2008 



SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 



Ms. Francine E. Fullam 



ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 



Ms. Carolann Wais 



PRINCIPAL 



Mr. Edmund Heffernan 



si 



STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT WARRANT 

FOR ELECTION OF OFFICERS ON MARCH 14, 2006 

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 Fourteenth Day of March 2006 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 

2006. 



Joyce Fisk Gilbert P. Hargrove Edward Popek 

SCHOOL BOARD 

A true copy attest 



SCHOOL BOARD 



S2 






STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT WARRANT 

FOR ANNUAL DISTRICT MEETING ON MARCH 16, 2006 

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 16, 2006 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 14, 2006. 



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 eight hundred seventy-two thousand sixty-nine dollars ( $2,872,069.00) 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. 
(Supported by the School Board - Supported by the Budget Committee) 



To see if the Wilton School District will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of twenty 
thousand dollars ($20,000.00) for the purpose of hiring a professional architectural and 
design firm to create a schematic building design for renovations, construction of an 
addition, or construction of a new school. This is a special warrant article and is not 
included in the operating budget warrant article. 
(Supported by the School Board - Supported by the Budget Committee) 



To see if the Wilton School District will vote to raise and appropriate up to twenty 
thousand dollars ($20,000.00) to be added to the school district building maintenance 
and improvement Capital Reserve Fund previously established, with such amount to be 
funded from the year end undesignated fund balance available on July 1, 2006. This 
warrant article is not included in the operating budget. 
(Supported by the School Board - Supported by the Budget Committee) 



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



S3 



GIVEN UNDER OUR HANDS AT SAID WILTON THIS DAY OF FEBRUARY 

2006. 



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 10, 2005 

Moderator Richard Rockwood called the meeting to order at 7:30 PM. The warrant was 
read as posted beginning with Article 6 with the results of Wilton School District election 
ofMarch8,2005. 

ARTICLE 6 
Joyce Fisk moved that the agents, auditor, committees, or officers chosen be accepted. 
Gilbert Hargrove seconded the motion. The motion passed with no discussion. 

ARTICLE 7 
Joyce Fisk moved that the Wilton School District vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
two million six hundred twenty-two thousand, six hundred fifty-nine dollars 
($2,622,659.00) 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. Gilbert Hargrove 
seconded the motion. By voice vote the motion passed with no discussion. 

ARTICLE 8 
Joyce Fisk moved that the Wilton School District vote to raise and appropriate up to 
twenty thousand dollars ($20,000.00) to be added to the School District Building 
Maintenance and Improvement Capital Reserve Fund previously established, with such 
amount to be funded from the year end undesignated fund balance available on July 1, 
2005. The warrant is not included in the operating budget. Gilbert Hargrove seconded 
the motion. By voice vote the article passed with no discussion. 

ARTICLE 9 
Gilbert Hargrove moved that the Wilton School district vote to raise and appropriate the 
sum of seventeen thousand dollars ($17,000.00) for the purpose of purchasing a mobile 
computer lab. This warrant is not included in the operating budget. Joyce Fisk seconded 
the motion. Discussion followed regarding the use, training, maintenance, and security. 
By voice vote the motion passed. 

ARTICLE 10 
Gilbert Hargrove moved that the Wilton School District vote to raise and appropriate the 
sum often thousand dollars ($10,000.00) for the purpose of hiring a professional 
architectural and design firm to evaluate the school district building space needs and 
report the findings to the school board. This warrant is not included in the operating 
budget. Joyce Fisk seconded the motion. By voice vote the motion passed. 

ARTICLE 11 
To transact any other business that may legally come before this meeting. Mr. Rockwood 
reminded the floor that Town Meeting was scheduled for March 17, 2005 7PM at the 



S5 



Florence Rideout Elemtary School. Mark Whitehall moved to adjourn the meeting. Cary 
Hughes seconded the motion. The meeting was adjourned at 7:46 PM. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Kelly Eshback 
Clerk 



S6 



WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 
ELECTION RESULTS - MARCH 8, 2005 



Moderator: 


Richard Rockwood 


184 




Gerald Van Winkle 


1 




David McGettigan 
John Griffith 


1 
1 




Mark Whitehill 


1 


School Board: 


Joyce Fisk 


181 




Elaine Mallows 


1 




Gilbert Hargrove 
Jane Peaters 


1 
1 




Gloria Konefal 


1 




Dion Lewis 


1 




Chase Roeper 


1 


Treasurer: 


Barry Greene 
Carl Boutwell 
Gail Proctor 
Gretchen Dunn 
Lawrence Brown 
John Hutchinson 
Lori Roike 


4 


Clerk: 


Kelly Eshback 
Allan Mallows 


3 

1 




Tom 


1 




Pam Atwood 


1 




Jane Farrell 


1 


Auditors: 


Carlene Brown 


2 




Doris Boutwell 


1 




Carl Boutwell 


2 




Jane Farrell 






Barry Greene 
John Hutchinson 






Daryl Doran 
Jennifer Umenhofer 






Neil Faiman 





S7 



SCHOOL ADMINISTRATIVE UNIT # 63 

659 Turnpike Road, New Ipswich, New Hampshire 03071 

Francine E. Fullam 
Superintendent of Schools 



SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 

During the 2004-05 school year, the Mascenic Regional School District continued its 
efforts toward improving student achievement. Teachers in all buildings worked tirelessly 
to review the State grade level expectations in reading and mathematics generated by New 
Hampshire's adoption of a new assessment program, and reference those expectations to 
existing district curricula and standards. Developed in collaboration with Vermont and 
Rhode Island, the New England Common Assessment Program (NECAP) was initially 
administered across the state to grades 3-8 in the fall of 2005. The schools' results will be 
used to determine Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) with respect to the No Child Left 
Behind Act requirements, and, perhaps more importantly, will be used to guide 
instruction. 

Our schools also embarked on an ambitious assessment program to complement the 
NECAP initiative that will result in data for every student in the district, relative to their 
individual mastery of knowledge and skills in content areas over time. The Measures of 
Academic Progress (MAP) tests are computerized, yielding virtually overnight results for 
teacher use in planning instruction, for purposes of both acceleration and/or remediation. 

In keeping with the philosophy that learning is not just a job for students, but a goal for 
everyone, the District developed a Teacher Mentor program during the past year. The 
mission of this program is "...to provide a structured program of supportive partnerships 
to ensure successful transition of new staff into the Mascenic community and to facilitate 
on-going professional growth district-wide." Research indicates that good mentoring 
programs have a significant effect on teacher retention, as well as on student achievement. 
Many of our veteran teachers came forward to be trained as mentors, and in the Fall of 
2005 were paired with our in-coming teachers to inaugurate the program. Reviews of the 
program, now at the half-year point, are overwhelmingly positive. 

Another important professional development program brought Dr. Kent Gerlach to our 
midst. Dr. Gerlach is a professor at Pacific Lutheran University and has delivered in- 
service training to over 75,000 paraprofessionals and teachers throughout the United 
States, Australia and Canada. He worked directly with our teachers and paraprofessionals 
to clarify roles and issues related to the delivery of instructional support services to our 
students. Communication and teaming skills were highlighted, as well as qualification 
standards related to No Child Left Behind standards. 

In taking this opportunity to review the highlights of 2004-05, it is abundantly clear that 
our staff is to be commended for their enthusiasm, dedication and skilled efforts. Thanks 
are also due our students, staff, administrators, board and community for their respective 
contributions to Mascenic 's continuous progress. There is much to celebrate. 

S8 



Florence Rideout Elementary School 
2004-2005 



The 2004-2005 school year opened with an enrollment of 321 students in grades 
K-6. New teachers joining our staff this year were Heather Desmarais and Sue Medeiros. 
Both teachers are members of our special education department. 

In September, staff, parents, and students were introduced to a new behavioral 
intervention program called PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports). A 
committee of teachers, support staff, and a parent volunteer worked during the spring and 
summer of 2004 to develop an implementation plan. Staff training and student 
assemblies were held throughout the school year. The focus of the three year program is 
on helping children to be safe, be responsible, and to be respectful. Initial reactions to the 
program have been very positive. 

A major undertaking during the fall was the construction of a new playground. 
This was the culmination of a fundraising project which totaled over $46,000. We are so 
fortunate to live in a community where volunteerism is alive and well. On the weekend 
of the construction over fifty volunteers gave their time and energy to provide our 
children with a wonderful new playground. 

Our Artist-in-Residency program this year was kite-maker, Ron King. Mr. King's 
residency focused on the history of kite flying, construction and creative design. All of 
the children had an opportunity to build one of several types of kites. Our culminating 
event was the flying of the kites on Carnival Hill one blustery April day. 

An exciting new partnership was developed this year with the Wilton- 
Lyndeborough High School. The School to Careers program at the high school allowed 
several seniors to participate in an internship at Florence Rideout. Students who were 
interested in pursuing a career in education were given the opportunities to observe 
teachers and work with our students for an extended period of time. 

On behalf of the children and staff of Florence Rideout Elementary School, 
I would like to express my appreciation for the many volunteers who work in our 
classrooms and participate in our Parent Teacher Organization. We all benefit from your 
enthusiasm and your support. 



Edmund T. Heffernan 
Principal 



S9 



SPECIAL EDUCATION REPORT 2005-2006 

The purpose of special education is to improve services and results for children with disabilities. Currently, 
SAU #63 serves 343 students with varying handicapping conditions that impact their ability to access their 
education. Under New Hampshire Law, special education programs must provide a level of instruction 
suitable to the unique needs of each child requiring services. The special education staff at SAU #63 
include speech pathologists, orthopedic therapists, psychologists, reading specialists, and many other 
dedicated educators whose primary goal is to ensure that every child has the opportunity to benefit his or 
her education. 

Every three years, the New Hampshire Department of Education, as part of its Monitoring and 
Improvement Process, makes recommendations to districts in regard to the implementation of special 
education services at the local level. Among the challenges recommended to SAU #63 in the current 
review cycle were expansion of administrative staff at the building level including building coordinators, a 
full-time social worker, and additional school psychologists. In its most recent communique of January 19, 
2006, this onsite committee commended SAU #63 for "making significant strides and progress" toward 
addressing the goals outlined in the October 2005 Case Study Compliance Report. The approval of this 
onsite assessment of SAU #63' s special education programs is directly tied to the federal funds districts 
receive annually to support the delivery of special education services. In the 2005-2006 school year, this 
funding amounted to $416,988.00. 

Another important facet of special education services is local compliance with federal legislative acts 
governing the special education process. No Child Left Behind (NCLB) and the Reauthorization of IDEA 
'04 have led to substantial changes in the way courts view the DEP process. Increasingly, there is an 
emphasis on streamlining paperwork and consolidating IEP team meetings in order to increase the time and 
resources available for instruction and other activities aimed at improving educational and functional 
results for children with disabilities. 

With this shift in focus has come new responsibility in the way we monitor student progress. Special 
education policy and practice, now more than ever, must reflect a seamless approach in planning for 
students transitioning between grade levels and most especially at the critical junctures from pre-school to 
elementary, elementary to middle, middle to high school, and high school into the adult world. Access to 
the general curriculum and the opportunity to earn a regular high school diploma continue to expand as 
teachers in all core academic subject areas move toward the NCLB goal of "highly qualified" certification. 

In designing and implementing this new model for student expectations, the special education department 
has hired two building coordinators to facilitate IEP meetings, monitor student progress and provide teacher 
consult. The building coordinators are responsible for improving special education teacher retention and 
training - an area of critical need in the state of New Hampshire - and for ensuring effective 
communication systems between buildings. 

Students requiring out-of-district placement and services are monitored by the Special Services 
Coordinator. These types of placements often involve the collaboration of multiple community agencies 
and related service providers. In November 2005, the U.S. Supreme Court in Schafferv. Weast* 546 U.S. 

(2005) underscored the value of conscientious IEP team process in determining that placement 

decisions, properly made within the context of IDEA procedure, are presumed to be substantively valid. 

As special education law continues to evolve through legislative acts and case law at both the state and 
federal levels, special educators are called upon to have a greater familiarity with "policy considerations, 
convenience, and fairness" (Schaifer v. Weasi) . The unique character and geography of SAU #63 may 
ensure, at least for this moment in local history, that a significant number of our students (36) will continue 
to be best served through carefully monitored out-of-district placements. In the event that demographics or 
facility space issues change, the special education staff look forward to expanding in-district educational 
programs specifically tailored to meet the individual needs of our students. 



Respeetfu 



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DebOR ^> — r- < sio 

SpeciarEducation Director 



Title I 

REPORT 

Wilton School District 
2004-2005 



The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB) represents a sweeping overhaul of 
federal efforts to support excellence in elementary and secondary education in the United 
States. Based on overwhelming and bipartisan support from Congress, NCLB was 
designed to support learning and close achievement gaps for all students. The efforts of 
this law focus on the principles of: 

• Stronger accountability; 

• Increased flexibility and local control; 

• Expanded options for parents; 

• Effective instruction based on scientific research 

Funding in 2005 for K-12 education reached an historic high of approximately $38.7 
billion, an increase of 39% since 2001. Yet, illiteracy and school drop out rates continue 
to rise and reading scores remain unchanged. Prompted by these trends and the progress 
made in reading education, neurology, psychological and sociological research, NCLB 
has become law to support the educational well being of our children. 

Based on the directives of NCLB, Title I is a federally funded program dedicated to 
providing individual and small group support to students most in need of help. This year 
Title I tutors worked with students in grades 1 -6. They provided the students with support 
strategies geared to complement classroom instruction and promote understanding. They 
also used direct and explicit instructional methods that are, as the research says, "what 
works." 

Title I also offered professional development to the district's teachers. The training 
included literacy development and differentiated instruction strategies, intended to 
strengthen a broad range of student learning. 

The Title I program has and will continue to be dedicated to providing all of the students 
of the Wilton School District, with the kind of quality opportunities for learning that will 
allow them to develop and thrive academically. 



Sally Barmett 



sil 



Notice of Public Hearing 

and 

School Administrative Unit No. 63 Meeting 



A public hearing and SAU No. 63 board meeting will be held on Monday, December 12, 2005 in the library at 
Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative High and Middle School, Wilton, NH at 7:00 p.m. 

(Snow date to be Wednesday, December 14, 2005) 

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

Cooperative, and Mascenic Regional. 

Gretchen Dunn, Chair- SAU 63 Board 



Proposed Budget: 

Office of the Superintendent 
Special Education Administration 
Business Services 
Maintenance Services/Rental 
Psychological Services 
Speech Services 
OT and PT Services 
Misc. SPED Grant Services 
Title I 
Adult Basic Education 



Total Budget 
Minus Anticipated Federal Funding 
Minus Application of Unreserved Fund Balance 
Amount to be Shared by Districts 



2006-2007 

$306,512 
$279,735 
$219,644 

$34,061 
$113,575 
$120,435 
$153,460 
$309,787 
$315,953 

$11,315 



$1,864,477 



$782,370 
$0 



$1,082,107 



VOTED-Dec 12/05 



S12 



School Administrative Unit No. 63 Apportionment 
Based on the Proposed 2006-2007 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. 



2006-2007 Apportionment of Districts 





2004 




2004-05 




Average 


2006-07 


District 


Eq.Valuation 


Ratio 


ADM 


Ratio 


Ratio 


Net Budget 


Wilton 


208,624,157 


17.5% 


301.2 


14.4% 


16.0% 


89,491 


Lyndeborough 


77,381,728 


6.5% 


89.8 


4.3% 


5.4% 


30,253 


WL Coop 


277,407,639 


23.3% 


385.9 


18.5% 


20.9% 


117,037 


Mascenic 


627,123,544 


52.7% 


1311.1 


62.8% 


57.7% 


323,435 




1,190,537,068 


100.0% 


2088.0 


100.0% 


100.0% 


560,217 






2005-06 


2005-06 


2006-07 


2006-07 






District 


Ratio 


Net Budget 


Ratio 


Budget 






Wilton 


15.8% 


68,984 


16.0% 


89,491 






Lyndeborough 


5.7% 


24,887 


5.4% 


30,253 






WL Coop 


19.7% 


86,012 


20.9% 


117,037 






Mascenic 


58.8% 


256,726 


57.7% 


323,435 





100.0% 



436,609 



100.0% 



560,217 



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







2005-06 


2005-06 




2006-07 


2006-07 


District 


Students 


Ratio 


Budget 


Students 


Ratio 


Budget 


Wilton 


47 


13.7% 


41,694 


47 


15.4% 


54,267 


Lyndeborough 


24 


7.0% 


21,291 


16 


5.2% 


18,474 


WL Coop 


86 


25.1% 


76,292 


74 


24.2% 


85,441 


Mascenic 


186 


54.2% 


165,004 


169 


55.2% 


195,129 



343 



100.0% 



304,281 



306 



100.0% 



353,310 



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S15 



FLORENCE RIDEOUT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SUPPORT STAFF 



LAST NAME 

ANDERSON 

CAREY 

CARR 

CARTER 

DAILEY 

DUCHARME 

ESHBACK 

ESTES 

GLIDDEN 

GRIFFIN 

HARKLEROAD 

HUTCHINSON 

MACMASTER 

MAYO 

POLSON 

SALISBURY 

SNOWDON 

STEVENS 

STEVENS 

SWATKO 

TOWNSEND 



FIRST NAME 


POSITION 


TERRENCE 


CUSTODIAN 


WILLIAM 


CUSTODIAN - PART TIME 


THOMAS 


CUSTODIAN 


KELLY 


SECRETARIAL CLERK - PART TIME 


GISELE 


AIDE - SPECIAL EDUCATION 


DEB 


AIDE 1.2 - SPECIAL EDUCATION 


KELLY 


AIDE - KINDERGARTEN 


JOSHUA 


AIDE 1.1 - SPECIAL EDUCATION 


DAVID 


TECH COORDINATOR 40% 


PAMELA 


AIDE - LIBRARY 


ANN 


AIDE - SPECIAL EDUCATION 


GRETCHEN 


AIDE - GENERAL 


JESSICA 


AIDE - SPECIAL EDUCATION 


CARYN 


AIDE 1.1 - SPECIAL EDUCATION 


PATRICIA 


AIDE 1.1 - SPECIAL EDUCATION 


STACIE 


AIDE - SPECIAL EDUCATION 


DIANE 


AIDE- SPECIAL EDUCATION 


JON 


AIDE - GENERAL 


PATRICIA 


SECRETARY 


LISA 


AIDE 1.1 - SPECIAL EDUCATION 


NANCY 


AIDE - GENERAL 



S16 



2004 - 2005 ANNUAL SCHOOL HEALTH SERVICE REPORT 
FLORENCE RIDEOUT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 



Report of School Nurse - Teacher 

Vision Test 84 

Hearing Test 60 

Inspections 1962 

First Aid 8910 

Height & Weights 121 

Communicable Diseases 

Strep Throat 20 

Pediculosis 9 

Fifth Disease 50 

Conjunctivitis 2 

Defects found by School Nurse 

Scoliosis Referrals 14 

Ear Infections 30 

Hearing Referral 1 

Fractured R Ankle 1 

Fractured Finger 1 

Ambulance calls 1 



Medications Administered 2520 

Nebulizer Treatments 12 

Conducted: 

Growth and Development Classes Grades 4-6 
Rescue Breathing Classes for Grade 5 
Babysitting Classes after school 28 students 
Personal Hygiene Classes K and Grade 1 
Flu Clinic 1 6 adults 



Submitted, 



SkftuL HcnmhAj fchJ 



Ingrid Howard, RN 



S17 



WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 
STATISTICS FOR SCHOOL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2005 



BOYS 
GIRLS 
TOTAL 

PERCENT OF ATTENDANCE 
AVERAGE DAILY ATTENDANCE 
AVERAGE DAILY MEMBERSHIP 



KINDERGARTEN 


R-6 


15 


148 


27 


159 


42 


307 


95.5 


95.9 


19.3 


269.6 


20.2 


281.0 



WILTON CENSUS REPORT - FALL 2005 
(Age 1 day to 18 years inclusive) 



BOYS GIRLS TOTAL 

499 503 1002 



Attending Public Schools Outside District 2 

Attending Private Schools Outside District 1 

Attending Private Schools Within District 36 

Attending Parochial Schools Outside Distrid 13 

Home School 13 



1 


3 


1 


2 


34 


70 


20 


33 


21 


34 



S18 



TREASURER'S REPORT 
MONTH ENDING JUNE 30. 2005 





CASH RECEIVED FROM ALL SOURCES DURING THE CURRENT MONTH 


DATE 


FROM WHOM 


SOURCE 


AMOUNT 


6/13/05 


Household of Faith 


Gym Rental (02-1910) 


$ 30.00 


6/13/05 


Medicaid 


Medicaid (02-4580) 


$ 310.55 


6/16/05 


U.S. Dept. Of Education 


REAPPay25(R-4310) 


$ 1,042.54 


6/16/05 


Town of Wilton 


Appropriation (R- 1111) 


$ 158,200.95 


6/16/05 


Household of Faith 


Facility Rental (R-1910) 


$ 60.00 


6/29/05 


SAU63 


Homework Club Grant 
(02-1210-1 12: $1620.00) 
(02-1210-220: $123.93) 
(02-1210-232: $42.71) 


$ 1,786.64 


6/29/05 


State of N.H. 


Medicaid (02-4580) 


$ 376.46 


6/29/05 


U.S. Dept. of Education 


REAP GrantC. Rholl 


$ 1,473.83 


6/30/05 


State of New Hampshire 


Medicaid (R-4580) 


$ 351.78 


6/30/05 


Primex 


Unemployment 03-04 (R-1980) 


$ 1 ,192.00 


6/30/05 


SAU63 


Tutorial Project 52513 


$ 10,440.00 


6/30/05 


Citizens Bank 


Interest Investment Acct. 


$ 124.60 
$175,389.35 



Received from Selectmen 
Received from State Funds 
Received from Federal 
Received from Tuitions 
Received from Trust Funds 



158.200.95 

0.00 

1038.79 

0.00 

0.00 



Received from REAP 
Received from Capital Reserve 
Received from All Others 



2516.37 



0.00 



$ 13.63.24 



Total Received During the Month: $ 175,389.35 



Current District Assessment: $2,037,235.00 

Received from Selectmen to Date $2,037,235.00 

Due from Town Balance of Year $0.00 



Cash on Hand July 1, 
Total Received From 
Total Received From 
Total Received From 
Total Received From 
Total Received From 
Total Received From 
Total Received From 
Total Received From 



2004 

Selectmen To Date 

State Funds To Date 

Federal Funds To Date 

Tuitions To Date 

Trust Funds To Date 

Reap 

Capital Reserve Funds 

All Other Sources To Date 



136,925.70 

2,037,235.00 

500,639.33 

23,680.28 

10,448.14 

2,319.59 

18237.74 

76,806.76 

20,149.85 



TOTAL RECEIPTS TO DATE: 

LESS SCHOOL BOARDS ORDERS PAID TO DATE: 

BALANCE ON HAND PER TREASURER 



2,826,442.39 

-2.699.196.50 

127,245.89 



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



jfafrsui* s^StlA***^ 



School District Treasurer 



S19 



2005 
AUDIT REPORT 

WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 



Date: October 18, 2005 



We have examined the financial records provided to us by Wilton School District and have 
found all records to be in order. With the exception of the attached duplicate pages. 
Perhaps there is a figure missing that needs to be corrected. 



r , 



Doris G. Boutwell, Auditor 




hk (PrfsriA . 



US 



Carlene M. Brown, Auditor 



S20 



WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 

FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2005 

STATEMENT OF REVENUES 



GENERAL 



FEDERAL 



TRUST 



1000 REVENUE FROM LOCAL SOURCES 
1111 CURRENT APPROPRIATION 
1321 TUITION 

1500 EARNINGS ON INVESTMENTS 
1910 RENTALS 

1980 REFUND OF PRIOR YEAR EXPENDITURES 
1990 OTHER LOCAL REVENUE 



$ 1,459,115.00 



10,448.14 
4,701.02 

210.00 
(5,363.56) 

162.00 



$ 1,288.97 



3000 REVENUE FROM STATE SOURCES 

3111 ADEQUACY AID (GRANT) 

31 12 ADEQUACY AID (STATE TAX) 
3230 CATASTROPHIC AID 



481,255.00 

578,120.00 

18,284.33 



4000 REVENUE FROM FEDERAL SOURCES 
4310 RESTRICTED GRANTS IN AID 
4530 OTHER PROGRAMS 
4580 MEDICAID DISTRIBUTION 



$18,237.74 
$16,062.48 



6,834.97 



5200 INTERFUND TRANSFERS 

5210 TRANSFER FROM GENERAL FUND 

5251 TRANSFER FROM CAPITAL RESERVE FUND $ 76,806.76 



$ 20.000.00 



TOTAL REVENUES 



$ 2,630,573.66 



$34,300.22 



$21,288.97 



S21 



WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 
FINANCIAL REPORT OF SCHOOL BOARD 
FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2005 
EXPENDITURES 

1000 INSTRUCTION 

1 1 00 REGULAR EDUCATION PROGRAMS 

112 TEACHER SALARIES $ 775,732.79 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 247,283.25 

430 REPAIRS & MAINT. SERVICES 4,139.76 

610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER/TESTS 26,009.95 

641 BOOKS & OTHER PRINTED MEDIA 13,892.16 

650 COMPUTER SOFTWARE 299.56 

731 NEW EQUIPMENT 15,810.68 

735 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 4,873.71 

890 MISCELLANEOUS 6,293.59 

1110-114 TEACHER AIDE SALARIES 42,372.94 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 3,638.93 

1120-114 SUBSTITUTE SALARIES 11,760.57 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 1,053.39 

1130-250 UNEMPLOYMENT 36.06 

260 WORKER'S COMPENSATION 29.09 

1210 SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS 

112 SPED TEACHER SALARIES 129,695.00 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 47,278.14 

610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER/TEST 356.11 

641 BOOKS AND OTHER PRINTED MEDIA 1,462.15 

650 COMPUTER SOFTWARE 1,446.02 

731 NEW EQUIPMENT 8,855.70 

1211-114 SPED TEACHER AIDE SALARIES 137,603.85 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 11,403.48 

1212-122 SPED TUTOR/SUMMER PROG. SALARIES 10,667.79 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 693.75 

1213-122 SPED TUTOR SALARIES 165.00 

220 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 92.11 

1290 OTHER SPECIAL PROGRAMS 

561 PUBLIC - IN STATE TUITION 19,051.50 

569 PRIVATE IN & OUT OF STATE TUITION 55,262.30 

1410 OTHER INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS 

112 DRAMA STIPEND 2,300.00 

2122-112 GUIDANCE SALARIES 24,168.00 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 9,547.56 

610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER/TESTS 679.25 

2130 HEALTH SERVICES 

2134-112 NURSES SALARIES 48,088.59 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 16,355.27 



S22 



610 GENERAL SUPPLIES/PAPER 1,072.11 

735 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 130.00 

2143 PSYCHOLOGICAL COUNSELING SERVICES 

114 ASSOCIATE PSYCHOLOGIST SALARY 13,500.00 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 1,127.87 

610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER/TESTS 195.12 

SPED SUPPORT SERVICES 

2152-323 SPEECH SERVICES 7,703.77 

2163-323 OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY SERVICES 6,347.01 

21 90-323 OTHER STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES 1 3,268.73 

2159 SPED RELATED SERVICES - SAU 

323 SPEECH SERVICES 5,864.00 

323 OCCUPATIONAL & PHYSICAL THERAPY 1 9,424.00 

2210 IMPROVEMENT OF INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES 

240 TUITION REIMBURSEMENT 825.00 

290 STAFF DEVELOPMENT 7,840.72 

SUPPORT SERVICES INSTRUCTION 

2212-290 INST. & CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT 1,218.01 

2220 EDUCATION MEDIA SERVICES 

2221-114 LIBRARY AIDE SALARY 11,176.98 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 936.62 

2222-430 REPAIRS & MAINT. SERVICE 75.00 

610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER 796.50 

640 BOOKS & OTHER PRINTED MEDIA 4,987.68 

649 OTHER INFORMATION RESOURCES 433.06 

2223-610 GENERAL SUPPLIES 982.55 

2310 SCHOOL BOARD SERVICES 

120 CENSUS ENUMERATOR 600.00 

220 SOCIAL SECURITY 45.90 

120 SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS 300.00 

220 SOCIAL SECURITY 4.35 

120 CLERK 50.00 

220 SOCIAL SECURITY 0.73 

120 TREASURER 600.00 

220 SOCIAL SECURITY 22.95 

120 AUDITOR 150.00 

220 SOCIAL SECURITY 2.18 

330 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES (LEGAL) 172.10 

331 SPED LEGAL SERVICES 159.00 
520 LIABILITY INSURANCE 2,500.00 
534 POSTAGE 452.94 
540 ADVERTISING 5,824.44 
610 GENERAL SUPPLIES/PAPER 324.28 
810 DUES & FEES 2,340.69 
890 MISCELLANEOUS 613.10 

2300 EXEC. ADMINISTRATION SERVICES - SAU 

2321-312 OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT 70,489.00 



S23 



2332-319 SPECIAL EDUCATION ADM. 



48,443.00 



2410 OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL 


2410-113 


PRINCIPAL SALARIES 


200 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 


430 


REPAIRS & MAINT. SERVICES 


531 


TELEPHONE 


534 


POSTAGE FEES 


550 


PRINTING 


610 


GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER 


810 


DUES & FEES 


2411-114 


SECRETARIAL SALARIES 


200 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 


2620-114 


CUSTODIAN SALARIES 


200 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 


411 


WATER/SEWERAGE 


421 


DISPOSAL SERVICES 


424 


LAWN & GROUNDS CARE 


430 


REPAIRS & MAINT. SERVICES 


520 


BUILDING INSURANCE 


610 


GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER 


622 


ELECTRICITY 


624 


OIL 


731 


NEW EQUIPMENT 


735 


REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 



68,867.00 

22,328.09 

5,335.59 

4,572.43 

902.72 

1,015.72 

3,420.32 

590.00 

35,215.28 
6,128.26 

73,917.06 
23,946.15 
1 1 ,700.00 

3,262.88 

945.41 

46,697.42 

6,503.00 

8,512.83 
17,836.55 
31,373.71 

1 ,527.84 
77,872.22 



2720 PUPIL TRANSPORTATION SERVICES 
2721-51 9 STUDENT TRANSPORTATION 
2722-519 SPECIAL ED TRANSPORTATION 
2725-510 FIELD TRIP TRANSPORTATION 



88,670.00 

115,377.50 

648.14 



2844-112 TECH COORDINATOR 
200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 
610 SUPPLIES 



16,974.00 

4,541.25 

262.79 



FUND TRANSFERS 

5251-930 CAPITAL RESERVE FUND 



20,000.00 



TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



$ 2,608,341.55 



S24 



WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 
STATEMENT OF ANALYSIS OF CHANGES IN FUND EQUITY 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2005 



FUND EQUITY JULY 1,2004 



ADDITIONS: 
REVENUE 
OTHER ADDITIONS 



GENERAL 


FEDERAL 


CAPITAL RESERVE 


FUND 


FUND 


FUND 


$ 95,236.77 




$ 91,661.03 


$ 2,630,573.66 


$ 34,300.22 


$ 21,288.97 



DELETIONS: 
EXPENDITURES 
OTHER DELETIONS 



$ 2,608,341.55 
(10,114.01) 



$ 34,896.48 
$ (596.26) 



$ 76,806.76 



FUND EQUITY JUNE 30, 2005 



$ 127,582.89 



$ 36,143.24 



WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT BALANCE SHEET 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2005 



ASSETS 
CASH 

INTERFUND RECEIVABLES 
OTHER RECEIVABLES 
PREPAID EXPENSES 


$ 
$ 


127,245.89 
1,052.00 


TOTAL ASSETS 


$ 


128,297.89 


LIABILITIES 

INTERFUND PAYABLES 
DEFERRED LIABILITIES 


$ 


715.00 


TOTAL LIABILITIES 


$ 


715.00 



715.00 
715.00 

715.00 
715.00 



$ 36,143.24 



$ 36,143.24 



FUND EQUITY 

RESERVED FOR SPECIAL PURPOSES 

RESERVED FOR ENCUMBRANCES $ 11,057.42 

UNRESERVED FUND BALANCE $ 116,525.47 



$ 36,143.24 



TOTAL LIABILITIES & FUND EQUITY $ 128,297.89 



715.00 



$ 36,143.24 



S25 



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 
2003-2004 

$ 306,557.32 

$ 129,418.74 

$ 3,405.10 

$ 60,238.52 

$ 95,922.64 



Expenditure Amount 
2004-2005 

$ 352,422.11 

$ 101,209.51 

$ 12,119.98 

$ 74,313.80 

$ 115,377.50 



Total Expenditures 



595,542.32 



655,442.90 



Itemized Revenue Sources 



1.) Catastrophic Aid 

2.) Adequacy Grant 

3.) IDEA Entitlement (Grant) 

4.) Medicaid 

5.) Private Insurance 



Revenue Amount 
2003-2004 



138,312.00 

45,351.00 

6,790.25 



Revenue Amount 
2004-2005 



18,284.33 



52,295.00 
6,834.97 



Total Revenues 



190,453.25 



77,414.30 



Actual District Cost for 
Special Education 



405,089.07 



578,028.60 



S26 



Wilton School District 
Budget Comparison 2006-2007 



Regular Education 
Account Number 

1100 

1410 

2122 

2134 

2210/12 

2221/2223 

2310/19 

2321 
2410/11/90 

2620 
2721/25 

2844 

4300 
5221/51 



Special Education 
Account Number 

1210 
1290 
2142/2190 
2143 
2159/61 
2332 
2722 



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 

Architecture & Engineering 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 




2005-2006 


2006-2007 


Plus/Minus 


1,239,690 


1,305,563 


65,873 


2,300 


2,300 





39,765 


41,105 


1,340 


70,008 


72,414 


2,406 


10,000 


11,000 


1,000 


25,876 


25,908 


32 


23,660 


28,710 


5,050 


68,984 


89,491 


20,507 


156,779 


161,976 


5,197 


218,312 


253,331 


35,019 


96,463 


96,563 


100 


40,918 


29,101 


-11,817 


10,000 





-10,000 


20,000 





-20,000 



2,022,755 


2,117,462 


94,707 
4.7% 


Voted 


Proposed 




2005-2006 


2006-2007 


Plus/Minus 


370,577 


342,813 


-27,764 


32,426 


100,000 


67,574 


48,680 


86,500 


37,820 


18,302 


200 


-18,102 


45,052 


53,037 


7,985 


41,694 


54,267 


12,573 


90,173 


117,790 


27,617 


646,904 


754,607 


107,703 
16.6% 



Grand Total 2,669,659 2,872,069 



202,410 
7.6% 



S27 





Wilton School District 


Expended 


Budgeted 


Budgeted 


Proposed 


r 


Florence Rideout Elementary School 


2004-2005 


2004-2005 


2005-2006 


2006-2007 


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Regular Education Programs 










1100 112 Teacher Salaries 


775,732.79 


784,414 


810,665 


845,435 


1100' 211 Medical Insurance 


155,418.16 


153,965 


167,223; 


184,087 


1100 21 2 Dental Insurance 


7,664.75 


8,154 


8,554; 


8,626 


1100 213 Life Insurance 


1,006.08 


1,037 


1,0371 


1,037 


1100 214! Disability Insurance 


2,117.77 


2,345 


2,594! 


2,705 


1100 1 220 Social Security 


57,754.19 


60,007 


62,016| 


64,676 


1100 232 Retirement 


19,825.88 


19,975 


28,871 ! 


31,281 


1100 250 Unemployment 


707.46 


800 


720 


684 


1 1 00 260 Workers' Compensation 


2,788.96 


6,746 


8,107] 


8,454 


! 






Total 


1,023,016.04 


1,037,443 


1,089,787 


1,146,985 






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1 100 430 Repairs & Maintenance Services 


4,139.76 


3,200 


3,500i 


4,000 


1 1 00 610 General Supplies/Paper/Tests 


26,009.95 


27,392 


30,879 


33,002 


1 1 00 64 1 Books & Other Printed Media 


13,892.16 


15,498 


14,442! 


14,190 


1100, 650 Computer Software 


299.56 


1,000 


1,000, 


1,000 
580 


1100, 731 1 New Equipment 


15,810.68 


1,133 


2,215 


1 1 00 1 735 1 Replacement Equipment 


4,873.71 


4,630 


3,000i 


3,600 


1 1 00] 890 : Miscellaneous 


6,293.59 


5,300 


5,800j 


5,800 


. 












! 


Total 


71,319.41 


58,153 


60,836 


62,172 


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1110 114 Teacher Aide Salaries 


42,372.94 


58,005 


53,691 


53,750 


1110 220 Social Security 


3,248.22 


4,437 


4,107 


4,112 


1110 250 Unemployment 


180.30 


200 


180 


180 


1110| 260 i Workers' Compensation 


210.41 


499 


537 


538 


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Total 


46,011.87 


63,141 


58,515| 


58,580 


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1 1 20 114 Substitute Salaries 


11,760.57 


20,000 


20.00o' 


26,667 


1120' 220 Social Security 


899.72 


1,530 


1,530, 


2,040 


1120, 250 j Unemployment 


81.14 


-^ 


90 


120 


1 1 20 260 Workers' Compensation 


72.53 


172 


200 j 


267 












Total 


12,813.96 


21,792 


21 ,820] 

i 


29,094 


















1 1 30 1 114' Homebound Tutor Salaries 


0.00 


8,000 


8,000: 

612 


8,000 

612 

40 

80 

"8732 


1 1 30 220 ; Social Security 


0.00 


612 


1130 250 1 Unemployment 


36.06 


40 


40[ 


1 1 30 260 1 Workers' Compensation 


29.09 


69' 


80 








8,732 J 


Total 


65.15 


8,721 


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Regular Education Totals 


1,153,226.43 


1,189,250 


1,239,690 


1,305,563 


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Wilton School District Expended Budgeted Budgeted Proposed 


Florence Rideout Elementary School 2004-2005 2004-2005 j 2005-2006 


2006-2007 








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Special Education Programs 




1210! 112'SPED Teacher Salaries 129,695.001 137,357 136,666 


143,545 


1210| 211 Medical Insurance 31,526.90 15,484j 37,758 


39,914 


12101 212 Dental Insurance 1,380.58! 1.792 1 1,880! 1,896 


1210; 213J Life Insurance 220.80! 230] 230J 120 


1210 21 4 1 Disability Insurance 374.98 412; 437 459 


1210! 220 Social Security 9,695.10i 10,507 10,455 


10,981 


1210 232 Retirement 


3,426.721 3,626| 5,057 


5,311 


1210 250 Unemployment 


155.07! 172 


162; 144 


1210 260 Workers' Compensation 


497.99! 1,181 


1,367] 1,435 




Total! 176,973.14 170,761! 194,012; 203,805 




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1210 430! Repairs & Maintenance Services 0.00 


400] 500 


1210j 610! General Supplies/Paper/Tests 356.11 


1,000 900 940 


1210; 641 


Books & Other Printed Media 1 ,462.1 5 


2,000 


900 > 940 


1210 


650 


Computer Software 1 ,446.02 


600 


500 500 


1210 


731 


New Equipment 


8,855.70 





2,800! 999 


1210 


735 


Replacement Equipment 


0.00 





0: 










I 


j 


Total 


12,119.98 


3,600 


5,500 3,879 






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j 




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1211 114 SPED Aide Salaries 137.603.85i 114,369' 141,135' 104,392 


1211 1 220 Social Security 10.519.76i 8,749| 10,797 7,986 


1211; 250 Unemployment 468.80 520l 504! 360 


12111 260 Workers' Compensation 414.92 984| 1,411 1,044 








Total 


149,007.33! 124,622' 153,847 


113,782 










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1212 


122 (SPED Tutor Salaries (Summer) 


10,667.79 8,500; 1 2,200 1 16,000 


1212 


220 


Social Security 531.48! 650 


933 


1,224 
36 


1212 


232 


Retirement 95.43 





1212 


I 250 


Unemployment 36.06 40 


36 


160 


1212 


260 


Workers' Compensation 30.78 73 


122 








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Total 


11,361.54 


9,263 


13,291 17,420 


























1213 


122 


SPED Tutor Salaries 


165.00 


12,000 


3,600 


3,600 


1213 


220 


Social Security 


12.62 


918 


275[ 275 


1213 


250 


Unemployment 


36.06 


40 


16 16 


1213 


260 Workers' Compensation 43.43 


103 


36! 36 














Total 


257.11 


13,061 


3,927 3,927 




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Special Education Totals 


349,719.10 321,307J 370,577 342,813 


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S29 







Wilton School District Expended 


Budgeted 
2004-2005 


Budgeted 
2005-2006 


Proposed 
2006-2007 




Florence Rideout Elementary School 2004-2005 










: 








Other Special Programs 








1290 561 


Public - In State Tuition 1 9,051 .50 


17,500^ 



12,426 


20,600 


1290 


562 1 Public - Out of State Tuition 0.00 


o 





1290 


564 ! Private In & Out of State Tuition 55,262.30 


107,000 


20,000 


79,400 








Total; 74,313.80 


124,5d0T 


32,426 


100,000 




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Other Special Program Totals 


74,313.80 


124,500 


32,426 


100,000 




















Other Instructional Programs 










1410 112 Drama Stipend 


2,300.00 


2,300 


2,300 


2,300 


i | 










Total 


2,300.00 


2,300 


2,300 


2,300 


I ! 








Guidance Services 








2122 


112 Guidance Salaries 24,168.00 


24,168 


26,167 


28,264 
6,476 


2122 


211! Medical Insurance 


7,772.70 


5,794 


8,266 


2122 


212 Dental Insurance 


303.16 


269 


282 


284 


2122 


220 Social Security 


1,343.84 


1,849 


2,002 


2,162 


2122 


250 Unemployment 40.58 


45 


36 


36 


2122 


260 Workers' Compensation 87.28 


207 


262 


283 


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Total 


33,715.56 


32,332 


37,015 


37,505 












2122 323 Professional Services (Testing) 0.00 


600 


2,000 j 


2122' 610 1 General Supplies/Paper/Tests 


679.25 


750 


750 


600 




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Total 


679.25 


1,350 


2,750 


3,600 
















Guidance Services Totals 


34,394.81 


33,682 


39,765 


41,105 










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Health Services 










2134 


1121 Nurses Salaries 


48,088.59 


48,873 


50,327 


51,822 


2134 


21 11 Medical Insurance 


10,682.10 


10,790 


11,435 


12,087 


2134 


212 


Dental Insurance 


426.52 


448 


470 


474 


2134 213 Life Insurance 


57.60 


58 


58 


58 


2134J 214 


Disability Insurance 


145.17 


145 


159 


164 


21341 220 


Social Security 


3,556.61 


3,739 


3,850 


3,964 


2134 


232 


Retirement 


1,269.59 


1,290 


1,862 


1,917 


2134 


250 


Unemployment 


40.58 


45 


36 


36 


2134 


260 


Workers' Compensation 


177.10 


420 


503 


518 




















Total 


64,443.86 


65,808 


68,700 


71,040 
















2134 


430 


Repairs & Maintenance Services 


99 





89 


2134 
2134 


580 i Travel 


0.00 


50 


50 


50 
1,085 


610 


General Supplies/Paper 


1,072.11 


1,095 


1,088 


21 34 | 735 


Replacement Equipment 


130.00 





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2134 810 


Dues & Fees 


0.00 


105 


^— 70 


100 


2134i 890 


Miscellaneous 0.00 


100 


100 


50 


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Total 


1,202.11 


1,449 


1,308 


1,374 



S30 







Wilton School District 


Expended \ Budgeted Budgeted ! Proposed 






Florence Rideout Elementary School 


2004-2005 


2004-2005 


2005-2006 


2006-2007 
































Health Services Totals 


65,645.97 


67,257 70,008 


72,414 


1 












! 










SPED Support Services 










2142 


323 


Psychological Testing Services 


0.00 


1,000 


1,000| 1,000 


2143 


323 


Psychological Counseling Services 


0.00 








31,500 


2152 


323 


Speech Services 


7,703.77 


43,110 


2,000 


9,000 


2153 


323 


Audiological Testing Services 


0.00 


500 


1,000 


1,000 


2162 


323 


Physical Therapy Services 


0.00 


1,000 





1,000 


2163 


323 


Occupational Therapy Services 


6,347.01 


7,000 


9,800 


8,100 


2190 


323 


Other Student Support Services 


13,268.73 


10,200 


34,880 


34,900 
















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Total 


27,319.51 


62,810 


48,680 


86,500 


| 














SPED Support Services Totals 


27,319.51 


62,810 


48,680 


86,500 




























Psychological Counseling Services 










2143 


114 


Associate Psychologist Salary 


13,500.00 


16,230 


16,230 





2143 


220 


Social Security 


1,032.78 


1,242 


1,242 






2143 


232 


Retirement 


0.00 


428 


428 


2143 


250 


Unemployment 


36.06 


40 


40 





2143 


260 


Workers' Compensation 


59.03 


140 


162 























Total 14,627.87 


18,080 


18,102 









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2143 


580 Travel/Conferences 0.00 


100 


100 


100 


2143 


610 


General Supplies/Paper 195.12 


100 


100 


100 






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Total I 195.12 


200 


200 


200 






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Psychological Service Totals 14,822.99 


18,280 


18,302 


200 


























SPED Related Services - SAU 




I 


2159 


323 Speech Services 5,864.00 


5,864 


14,679| 8,468 


2161 


323 O.T. and P.T. Services 


19,424.00 


19,424 


30,373 44,569 
















Total 


25,288.00 


25,288 


45,052] 53,037 


















SPED Related Serv. SAU Totals 


25,288.00! 25,288 


45,052 1 53,037 






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Improvement of Instruction Services 






22101 240 1 Tuition Reimbursement 825.00 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 


2210 


290 Staff Development 7,840.72) 8,000 


8,06a 


9,000 


2210 


649 Other Information Resources 









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Total 8,665.72 


9,000 


9,000 


10,000 






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Impr. of Instr. Services Totals 8,665.72 


9,000 


9,000! 10,000 













S31 



Wilton School District 


Expended 


Budgeted 


Budgeted 


Proposed 


Florence Rideout Elementary School 


2004-2005 


2004-2005 


2005-2006 


2006-2007 


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Support Services - Instruction 










2212 290 Inst. & Curriculum Development 


1,218.01 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 






1,000 


Total 


1,218.01 


1,000 


1,000 


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Support Serv. Instr. Totals 


1,218.01 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 


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Educational Media Services 










2221 


114 
220 


Library Aide Salary 


11,176.98 


12,604 


12,982 


14,629 


2221 


Social Security 


855.02 


964 


993 


1,119 


2221 250 ! Unemployment 


36.06 


40 


40 


36 


2221 260 Workers' Compensation 


45.54 


108 


130 


146 




















Total 


12,113.60 


13,716 


14,145 


15,930 












2222^ 43a 


Repairs & Maintenance Services 


75.00 


200 


200 


769 


2222 610 General Supplies/Paper 


796.50 


800 


844 


1,243 


2222! 641 ; Books & Other Printed Media 


4,987.68 


5,000 


5,000 


5,000 


2222 


649 
731 


Other Information Resources 


433.06 


440 


477 


471 


2222 


New Equipment 


0.00 











2222 


735 1 Replacement of Equipment 


0.00 











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Total 


6,292.24 


6,440 


6,521 


7,483 




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Audio Visual Services 






2223 6101 General Supplies/Paper 


982.55 


900 


900 


900 


2223 


650 j Computer Software 


0.00 





4,310 


1,595 


2223 


735 Replacement of Equipment 


0.00 








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Total 


982.55 


900 


5,210 


2,495 














Media/A. V. Services Totals 


19,388.39 


21,056 


25,876 


25,908 








School Boc 


ird Services 








2310 120 


Census Enumerator 


600.00 


600 


600 


600 


2310 220 Social Security 


45.90 


46 


46 


46 


231 1 120 School Board Members 


300.00 


300 


300 


300 


2311| 220 ! Social Security 


4.35 


23 


23 


23 


2312i 120|Clerk 


50.00 


50 


50 


50 


2312* 220; Social Security 


0.73 


4 


3 


4 


231 3 ! 120 Treasurer 


600.00 


600 


600 


1,000 


2313' 220 1 Social Security 


22.95 


46 


4€> 


46 


2314 120 Ballot Clerks/Moderator 


0.00 


50 


50 1 


50 


2314; 220 'Social Security 


0.00 


4 


4 


4 


2317! 120 Auditor 


150.00 


150 


150 


150 
12 


2317 220 Social Security 


2.18 


12 


12 


2318 330 Professional Services (Legal) 


172.10 


10,000 


10,000 


10,000 


2318 331 SPED Legal Services 


159.00 








3,000 


2319 31 9 1 Supervisors/Town 


0.00 


75 


75 


75 


2319 520 S.B. Liability Insurance 


2,500.00 


2,500 


2,500 


2,500 


2319| 534i Postage 


452.94 


300 


300 


500 
















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S32 



Wilton School District 


Expended 
2004-2005 


Budgeted 
2M4-2JD05 


Budgeted 
2005-2006 

I 

• 
5,000 

800 
2,400 

700 

23,660 
23^660 


Proposed 
2006-2007 

6,000 

"800 

2,850 

700 

- - - ■ -- - 

28,710 
28,710 


(Florence Rideout Elementary School 


| 


] 






School Board Services continued 


5,824.44 


2,000 
400 


231 9 I 540 Advertising 


23191 610 General Supplies/Paper 324.28 


2319 810 Dues & Fees 2,340.69 


2,400 
1,000 

_2a560 


2319 890 Miscellaneous 


613.10 












Total 


14,162.66 


i 






School Board Services Totals 


14,162.66 


20,560 














' _ I 








89,491 

89,4911 


Executive Administration Services SAU 






68,984 
68,984 


2321 


312 


Office of the Superintendent 


70,489.00 


70,489 












Total 


70,489.00 


70,489 










Specific Area Administration Services SAU 




41,694 


54,267 


2332 


319 


SPED Administration 


48,443.00 


48,443 




















Total 


48,443.00! 48,443 


41,694 54.267 












i 


SAU Administration Totals 


118,932.00 


118,932 


110,678 


143,758 


I 












I 
























Support Services - School Administration 








"74,128 
16,310 


2410 113 


Principal Salary 


68,867.00 


68,867 


71,277 
15,425 


2410! 211 


Medical Insurance 


14,408.10 


14,570 


2410 


212 


Dental Insurance 


426.44 


448 


470 


474 


2410 


213 


Life Insurance 


57.60 


58 


58 


58 


2410 


214 


Disability Insurance 


206.61 


207 


228 


237 


2410 


220 


Social Security 


5,071.38 


5,268 


5,453 


5,671 
2,743 


2410 


232 


Retirement 


1,818.18 


1,818 


2,637 


2410 


250 


Unemployment 


90.15 


100 


100 


36 


2410 


260 


Workers' Compensation 


249.63 


592 


713 


741 


















Total 


91,195.09 


91,928 


96.361 


100,398 






























2410 


430 


Repairs & Maintenance Services 


5,335.59 


4,500 


4,500 


5,372 


2410 


531 


Telephone 


4,572.43 


4,000 


4,300 


4,300 


2410 


534 


Postage 


902.72 


975 


975 


1,000 


2410 550 


Printing 


1,015.72 


1,250 


1,250 


1,250 


2410 580 


Travel/Conferences 


0.00 


500 


500 


500 


2410 610 


General Supplies/Paper 


3,420.32] 


3,600 


3,600 


3,600 


2410 


650 


Computer Software 


0.00 


300 


1,500 


300 


2410 


810 


Dues & Fees 


590.00 


575" 


590 


625 


















Total 


15,836.78 


15,700 


17,215 


16,947 









































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- 


Wilton School District 
Florence Rideout Elementary School 


Expended 
2004-2005 


Budgeted 
2004-2005 


Budgeted 
2005-2006 


Proposed 
2006-2007 


— — 














Supp 


ort Services - School Adm continued 
114 Secretarial Salary 










2411 


35,215.28 


35,005 


36,068 
1,000 


37,325 
1,000 


2411 


211 Medical Insurance 


1,000.00 


1,000 


2411 212 Dental Insurance 


426.45 


448 


470 


474 


2411 213 Life Insurance 


57.60 


58 


58 


58 


2411 220 Social Security 


2,770.39 


2,678 


2,759 


2,855 


241 1 r 231 Retirement 


1,674.78 


1,603 


1,907 


1,974 


2411 


250 Unemployment 


72.12 


80 


80 


72 


2411 


260 Workers' Compensation 


126.92 


301 


361 


373 










Total 


41,343.54 


41,173 


42,703 


44,131 






















2490 890 Assembly Expense 


0.00 


500 


500 


500 


I i 










Total 


0.00 


500 


500 


500 






: i 




School Administration Totals 


148,375.41 


149,301 


156,779 


161,976 


! I 




















Operation & Maintenance of Plant Services 










2620 114 Custodial Salaries 


73,917.06 


75,389 


77,631 


80,430 


2620 211 Medical Insurance 


13,804.58 


19,312 


15,309 


16,188 


2620 212' Dental Insurance 


905.33 


896 


940 


948 


2620i 21 3 1 Life Insurance 


115.20 


116 


116 


116 


2620 220 Social Security 


5,548.63 


5,767 


5,939 


6,153 


2620 231 Retirement 


3,190.99 


3,252 


3,683 


4,003 


2620 250 Unemployment 


108.18 


120 


108 


144 


2620 260 Workers' Compensation 


273.24 


648 


776 


804 
















Total 


97,863.21 


105,500 


104,502 


108,786 


















2620 j 41 l|Water/Sewer 


11,700.00 


8,000 


9,500 


12,000 


2620 421 Disposal Services 


3,262.88 


2,900 


3,000 


3,300 


2620 422 Snow Plowing Services 


0.00 


1,000 


1,000 


400 


2620 ! 424 Lawn & Grounds Care 


945.41 


600 


600 


600 


2620 430 Repairs & Maintenance Services 


46,697.42 


28,861 


29,330 


36,680 


2621T 


520 Building Insurance 


6,503.00 


7,600 


7,800 


7,000 


2620 


580 Custodial Mileage 


0.00 


3 





700 


2620 


610 General Supplies/Paper 


8,512.83 


8,000 


8,500 


8,500 


2620 


622 Electricity 


17,836.55 


16,000 


17,000 


20,340 


2620 624 Oil 


31,373.71 


28,000 


33,225 


52,875 


2620i 731 i New Equipment 


1,527.84 


1,556 


2,310 


750 


2620 ! 735 i Replacement Equipment 


77,872.22 


1,038 


1,545 


1,400 




Total 


206,231.86 


103,555 


113,810 


144,545 


| ; 










! I 




Operation & Maint. Totals 


304,095.07 


209,055 


218,312 


253,331 




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Wilton School District 


Expended 


Budgeted 


Budgeted 


Proposed 


Florence Rideout Elementary School 


2004-2005 


2004-2005 


2005-2006 


2006-2007 






Student Transportation Services 


2721 519 Student Transportation 


88,670.00 


88,670 


95,763 


95,763 


2722 519 SPED Transportation (All) 


115,377.50 


112,846 


90,173, 


117,790 


2725 510 Field Trip Transportation 


648.14 


500 


700 


800 




Total 


204,695.64 


202,016 


186,636 


214,353 




i j 


Student Transportation Totals 


204,695.64 


202,016 


186,636 


214,353 














Information Management Services 


2844 I 112 Technology Coordinator 


16,974.00 


16,974 


17,483 


25,462 


2844 21 1 Medical Insurance 


1,913.76 


1,931 


2,041 





2844' 2121 Dental Insurance 


170.54 


179 


188 





2844 213 Life Insurance 


23.04 


23 


23 





2844 220 Social Security 


1,298.70 


1,299 


1,337 


1,948 


2844 231 Retirement 


1,001.52 


1,001 


1,191 





2844 250 Unemployment 


72.13 


80i 


80 


36 


2844 260 Workers' Compensation 


61.56 


146; 


175 


255 




Total 


21,515.25 


21,633 


22,518 


27,701 








2844 290 Workshops/Conferences 


0.00 


200 


200 


200 


2844 580 Travel 


0.00 


200 


200 


200 


2844; 610 {Supplies 


262.79 


200 


1,000 


1,000 


2844 734 Mobile Computer Lab Warrant Article 


0.00 





17,000 















Total 


262.79 


600 


18,400 


1,400 












Info. Management Services Totals 


21,778.04 


22,233 


40,918 


29,101 


i 












Architecture & Engineering Services 


4300 720 Building Evaluation Warrant Article 


0.00 





10,000 





' 


Total 


0.00 





10,000 







Architecture & Engineering Services Totals 


0.00 





10,000 







Fund Transfers 










5222: 930 Special Revenue Funds 


0.00 











5251 930 Capital Reserve Fund 


20,000.00 


20,000 


20,000 







Total 


20,000.00 


20,000 


20,000 







Fund Transfer Totals 


20,000.00 


20,000 


20,000 







Grand Total 


2,608,341.55 


2,617,827 


2,669,659 


2,872,069 


202,410 










7.6% 



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Wilton School District 
Revenue Summary 2004 through 2007 



Revenue Sources 



Actual 
2004-2005 



Estimated 
2005-2006 



2005-2006 

Received to 

Date 



Estimated 
2006-07 



Revenue from Local Sources: 



1300-1349 Tuition 

1500-1599 Earnings on Investments 

1900-1999 Other Revenue 

Trust Funds 

Other Local 



Revenue from State Sources: 
3111 Adequacy Aid 
3210 Building Aid 
3220 Kindergarten Aid 
3230 Catastrophic Aid 



Revenue from Federal Sources: 
4100-4539 Title II, IV, VI, Class Size 
4580 Medicaid 



Transfers from Other Funds: 
5210 From Fund Balance 
5251 From Capital Reserve 

Total Projected Revenues 



10,448.14 


1,986.00 


1,986.00 


0.00 


4,701.02 


2,100.00 


1,655.90 


2,100.00 


1,288.97 


2,894.45 


2,894.45 


2,000.00 


5,411.56 


4,353.84 


4,353.84 


0.00 


481,255.00 


412,779.00 


288,946.00 


412,779.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


18,284.33 


19,110.34 


19,110.34 


0.00 


34,300.22 


5,915.00 


5,915.00 


0.00 


6,834.97 


17,546.78 


17,546.78 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


76,806.76 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


639,330.97 


466,685.41 


342,408.31 


416,879.00 



S36 



WILTON - LYNDEBOROUGH 
COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT 



WILTON and LYNDEBOROUGH 
NEW HAMPSHIRE 




ANNUAL REPORT 



Year Ending June 30, 2005 



INDEX 

WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE 
SCHOOL DISTRICT 



Administrator's Report S55 

Auditor's Report S67 

Balance Sheet S74 

Budget Comparison S77 

Enrollment Statistics S61 

Expenditures S70 

Graduates S62 

Health Service Report S65 

Long-term Debt on Building Project S76 

Revenue Summary S90 

SAU #63 Budget S58 

School Board's Budget S78 

School District Officers S39 

School Treasurer's Report S66 

Special Education Director's Report S56 

Special Education Expenditures S68 

Statement of Revenues S69 

Synopsis of 2005 District Meeting & Elections S43 

Staff S63 

Statement of Analysis of Changes in Fund Equity S75 

Title 1 Report S57 

Warrant for District Meeting S41 

Warrant for Election of Officers S40 



WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE 
SCHOOL DISTRICT OFFICERS 



Moderator: 
Clerk: 
Treasurer: 
Auditors: 



Mr. Richard Rockwood 
Ms. Jessie Salisbury 
Mr. Stanley Greene 
Ms. Doris Boutwell 
Ms. Carlene Brown 



2006 

Appointed 

Appointed 

2006 

2006 



SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS 



Chair: 

Vice-Chair: 

Members: 



School Board Clerk: 



Wilton 

Wilton 

Wilton 

Lyndeborough 

Lyndeborough 



Ms. Gretchen Dunn, Wilton 




2006 


Ms. Jean Scagel, Wilton 




2008 


Mr. Dion Lewis, Wilton 


(Appointed) 


2006 


Mr. Robert Nields, Lyndeborough 




2006 


Mr. Robert Howe, Lyndeborough 




2008 


Ms. Cindy Norton 




Appointed 


BUDGET COMMITTEE MEMBERS 







Ms. Kim Reynolds 2008 

Ms. Kelly Eshback (Appointed) 2006 

Ms. Deb Ducharme 2006 

Mr. David Roemer 2007 

Ms. Ann Harkleroad (Appointed) 2006 



SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 
Ms. Francine E. Fullam 

ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 
Ms. Carolann Wais 

PRINCIPAL 
Mr. Trevor Ebel 

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL 
Mr. Robert Potter 



S39 



STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT WARRANT 

FOR ELECTION OF OFFICERS ON MARCH 14. 2006 

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 fourteenth day of March 2006 - 
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, one (1 ) Member of the School Board from the 
Town of Wilton for the ensuing one (1 ) year, and one (1 ) Member of the School 
Board, by ballot, from the Town of Lyndeborough for the ensuing three (3) years. 



To choose three (3) Members of the Budget Committee, by ballot, one (1) Member 
from the Town of Wilton for the ensuing three (3) years, one (1 ) Member from the 
Town of Wilton for the ensuing one (1 ) year, and one (1 ) Member from the Town of 
Lyndeborough for the ensuing two (2) 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, 2006. 



Gretchen Dunn 



Jean Scagel 



Dion Lewis 



Robert Howe 



Robert Nields 



SCHOOL BOARD 



A true copy attest 



SCHOOL BOARD 



S40 



STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT WARRANT 

FOR ANNUAL DISTRICT MEETING ON MARCH 10, 2006 

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 10, 2006 at 
Seven-thirty (7:30) o'clock in the afternoon to act upon the following: 

Notice: School District Officers to be elected at the Town Meeting to be held at the Wilton 
Town Hall in Wilton and at the Lyndeborough Town Hall in Lyndeborough at 10:00 o'clock in 
the forenoon on Tuesday, March14, 2006. 



To see if the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of five million six hundred eighty-five thousand four hundred fifty- 
five dollars ($5,685,455) 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 warrant article does not include appropriations voted in other warrant 
articles. 
Recommended by the School Board. Recommended by the Budget Committee. 



To see if the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of fifty-one thousand eight hundred sixty-one dollars ($51,861) to 
fund the new position of a 9 th grade Mathematics Teacher? This warrant article is not 
included in the operating budget warrant article. 
Recommended by the School Board. Not Recommended by the Budget Committee. 



To see if the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of thirty-one thousand one hundred seventeen dollars ($31 ,117) 
to fund the new 60% position of a middle school World Languages Teacher? This 
warrant article is not included in the operating budget warrant article. 
Recommended by the School Board. Not Recommended by the Budget Committee. 



To see if the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of up to twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000) to be added to the 
school district Capital Reserve Fund for educating educationally disabled children 
previously established, with such amount to be funded from the year end 
undesignated fund balance available on July 1, 2006? This warrant article is not 
included in the operating budget warrant article. 
Recommended by the School Board. Recommended by the Budget Committee. 



9. To hear reports of agents, auditors, committees, or officers chosen, and to pass any 

vote relating thereto. 



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

S41 



GIVEN UNDER OUR HANDS AT SAID WILTON THIS DAY OF FEBRUARY 2006. 

Gretchen Dunn Jean Scaqel Dion Lewis 

Robert Howe Robert Nields SCHOOL BOARD 

A true copy attest: 



SCHOOL BOARD 



SA2 



WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT MEETING 
March 4, 2005, Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School 

Moderator Richard Rockwood opened the meeting at 7:30 p.m. He read the warrant 
through article 4 and noted elections would be held on Tuesday, March 8, in the 
respective towns. 

Article 5: Proposed purchase of an adjoining 87.87 acres for $875,000. 

Gretchen Dunn moved, Robert Howe seconded, that consideration of this article be held 

at an adjourned meeting on Sept. 8, 2005, 7:30 p.m. 

Mrs. Dunn said the board felt more time was needed to educate the communities, walk 

the land, and see if it could be built upon, and give the townspeople more time to see if 

they want to purchase the property. 

Voted in the affirmative by voice vote. 

Article 6: Robert Nields moved, Christopher Owen seconded, that the Wilton- 
Lyndeborough Cooperative School District vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
$5,297,3 1 1 for the support of schools, for the payment of salaries for school district 
officials and agents, and for payment of the statutory obligations of the district. 

High School Principal Trevor Ebel gave a short presentation of programs and changes at 
the school, including the change to 4 by 4 block scheduling at the high school, which has 
eight courses per year and 90 minutes periods, providing more flexibility, more ability to 
attend classes at the Milford tech center, and eliminates study halls. A new assessment 
system is being worked on for more effective teaching, two advanced placement courses 
have been added, 30 students placed through Schools to Careers Program, two students 
are attending the Mascenic Automotive Tech Center, and next year on-line courses will 
be offered. In the middle school, the robotics team has done well, peer mediation is being 
used, and new teacher teaming approaches are being tried. 

There was no comment from the audience and the article passed on a voice vote. 

Article 7: Robert Howe moved, Jean Scagel seconded, that the Wilton-Lyndeborough 
Cooperative 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 
increases in salaries and benefits: 

Year 2005-2006 estimated cost $96, 1 79 

Year 2006-2007 estimated cost $93,3 14 
and further to raise and appropriate the sum of $96,179, 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. 

Ms. Scagel said the board concentrated on the lowest steps of the salary scale, but the 
school is still not competitive with surrounding districts. About $2,000 was added to the 



S43 



lowest steps, and a 3.2 percent raise given to those above the schedule, which is about 

half of the staff. 

David Roemer said if all appropriations are approved, the increase in the budget would be 

6 percent. The increase in the operating budget is 2 percent. 

Donald Anderson asked about cost per pupil. Mr. Roemer said, by state figuring, $8,800 

per pupil, by actual cost, including items not used by the state, about $14,000 per pupil. 

The difference is in transportation and special education costs. 

The article carried on a voice vote with some dissent. 

Article 8: To see if the district will vote, if Article 7 is defeated, to authorize the district 
to call one special meting to address Art. 7 cost items only. 
Mr. Owen moved, Mr. Howe seconded, to table the article. So voted. 

Article 9: Ms. Scagel moved, Mrs. Dunn seconded, that the Wilton-Lyndeborough 
Cooperative School District approve the cost items included in the collective bargaining 
agreement reached between the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School Board and the 
Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative Education Support Staff Association which calls for 
the following increases in salaries and benefits: 

2005-2006 estimated coat $19,357 

2005-2007 estimated cost $8,355 
and further to raise and appropriate the sum of $19,357, such sum representing the 
additional costs attributable to the increase and salaries and benefits over those at the 
current staffing levels paid in the current fiscal year. 

Mrs. Dunn said the bargaining unit had been formed in September and includes the part 

time staff. The agreement provides some benefits, but not health insurance. 

Andy Roeper asked for more details. Ms Scagel said everyone was placed on a schedule. 

Year-round employees such as custodians will have some vacation time, some sick days. 

Mr. Roeper asked that in future years, details and exact numbers be provided. There are 

14 employees in the bargaining unit. 

Paul Martin asked why food service people are not included. Superintendent Francine 

Fullam said the food service is a subsidized service and they are technically not part of 

the school staff. 

Geoff Brock asked for percentage increases. Ms Scagel said, 4 percent over last year. 

The article passed on a voice vote. 

Article 10: to see if the district, if Article 9 is defeated, will authorize the governing body 
to call one special district meeting to consider cost items only. Mr. Nields moved, Ms 
Scagel seconded, to table the article, and so voted. 

Article 1 1 : Mr. Owen moved, Mrs. Dunn seconded, the Wilton-Lyndeborough 
Cooperative School District raise and appropriate the sum of $47,321 to fund a new 
position of a 7 th grade social studies teacher. 






S44 



Mr. Ebel said the Middle School uses a team approach. With this teacher there will be 
two balanced reams and provided continued improvement in social studies. There are 
currently 63 seventh graders with 79 expected in September. 
Asked how a salary-benefits package is figured, Ms Fullam said the standard for a 
teacher with a master's degree plus five with family insurance coverage is used. 
Asked why the Budget Committee is supporting hiring one new teacher, but not the two 
requested, Mr. Roemer said the Committee had asked the School Board to make a choice, 
and they declined. Committee Member Deb Ducharme said the number of students after 
the "bubble years" did not seem to support another middle school teacher. 
When a voice vote was indecisive, the Moderator asked for a show of hands. 
The motion carried on a vote of 30 yes and 26 no. 

Article 12:Mr. Howe moved, Mr. Nields seconded, that the Wilton-Lyndeborough 

Cooperative School District raise and appropriate the sum of $47,321 to fund the new 

position of 9 th grade social studies/language arts teacher. 

Asked how many social studies there are currently, Mr. Ebel said three for grades 9-12. 

The moderator again called for a show of hands. 

The amendment passed on 28 yes and 26 no. 

Article 13: Mr. Owen moved, Mr. Howe seconded, that the Wilton-Lyndeborough 
Cooperative School District raise and appropriate the sum of up to $25,000 to be added to 
the school district Capital Reserve Fund for educating educationally disabled children 
previously established, with such amount to be funded from the year end undesignated 
fund balance available on July 1, 2005. 

Mr. Roeper asked how many years in the past five there has been such a balance. Mr. 
Roemer said every year. The idea is to set up a fund in case of an unexpected overage, as 
happened last year and required a deficit appropriate. Ms Fullam noted that the state 
catastrophic aide is applied directly to the tax rates. 

The motion carried on a voice vote. 

Article 14: Mr. Dunn moved, Mr. Howe seconded, that reports of agents, auditors, 
committees, or officers chosen, be accepted as printed in the annual report. 
So moved on a voice vote. 
Burton Reynolds suggested that the district hire a professional auditing firm. 

Article 15: Mrs. Dunn moved, Mr. Owen seconded, the meeting be adjourned to Sept. 8, 
2005, at 7:30 p.m., and so voted, 
The meeting adjourned at 9:10 p.m. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Clerk Q^J*^^ 



S45 



ELECTION RESULTS -- MARCH 8, 2005 



WILTON 
Moderator: 



Richard Rockwood 
Marge Hallyburton 
David McGettigan 
Joseph Torre 
Gerald Van Winkle 
Mark Whitehill 



186 



School Board: 



Jean Scagel 
Linda Draper 
Gilbert Hargrove 



182 
1 
1 



Budget Committee: Kimberly Reynolds 
Robert MacKintosh 
Kelly Eshback 
Debra Ducharme 
Pam Atwood 
Gerald Van Winkle 
Carl Boutwell 
Linda Draper 



186 



Auditors: 



John Hutchinson 
Doris Boutwell 
Carlene Brown 
Cheryl Paro 
Winston Center 
Don Nourse 
Mark Kennedy 
Walter Bausha 
Gail Proctor 
Matthew Fish 
Carl Boutwell 
Raymond Dick 
Lori Dick 



LYNDEBOROUGH 



Moderator: 



School Board: 



Richard Rockwood 



Robert Howe 



Budget Committee: Michael Crombie 



290 

306 

4 



S46 



WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT 
CONTINUATION OF 2005 MEETING TO CONSIDER ARTICLE 5 

Sept. 5, 2005, Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School Library 

Moderator Richard Rockwood called the meeting to order at 7:28 p.m. 
Those present included School Board Members Gretchen Dunn, Robert Howe, Robert 
Nields, Jean Scagel, and Christopher Owen; Superintendent Francine Fullam; Principal 
Trevor Ebel; and Attorney Norman Makechnie; plus approximately 40 residents. 

Mr. Rockwood stated that the meeting was a continuation of the district meeting on 
March 4, as voted at that meeting, to discuss Article 5 dealing with the purchase of 
adjoining land. He read the article as printed in the warrant. 

Mrs. Dunn then moved, Mr. Howe seconded, to adjourn the meeting to Oct. 19, 7:30 
p.m., at the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School, to reconsider the article. 

Mr. Rockwood said the motion was a non-debatable item, but said those present deserved 
an explanation. He said a hearing on the proposed bond issue was held prior to the March 
4 meeting, but since there is a 60-day limit on hearings, another one should have been 
held prior to this meeting. That hearing is now scheduled for Sept. 26, 7:30 p.m., at the 
cooperative school. Should those present decide to vote on a bond, it would be illegal and 
the bond bank would not approve it. 

Lyndeborough resident Andy Roeper asked, having had six months, why wasn't this 
looked into in a timely fashion? 

Mr. Rockwood said, we did look into it, but no one thought about the 60-day limit. When 
it was discovered, it was too late to hold a hearing. 

Ms Fullam said she took full responsibility for the problem and it came down to human 

error, and she apologized for the inconvenience. 

Mrs. Dunn said Ms Fullam should not take full responsibility since she had discussed the 

matter with council, and the board had not thought about the hearing. 

Mr. Makechnie stated he was the attorney for the district and knew it would be necessary 

to hold another hearing, and said he took full responsibility for not putting it on his 

calendar to remind Ms Fullam, and apologized to the voters. 

Mr. Rockwood called for a voice vote, which was unanimous. 

He then declared the meeting adjourned at 7:45 p.m. 

Those present were invited to stay, look at the maps and ask questions. 

For the record, following the meeting, Lyndeborough Supervisor of the Checklist Edna 
Worcester said James McEntee had been appointed a temporary supervisor for that 
meeting only. 



Respectfully submitted, 



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WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE BOARD BOND HEARING 
Sept. 26, 2005, Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School 

Officials present: Board members Gretchen Dunn, Robert Nields, Robert Howe, Jean 
Scagel, Chris Owen; Superintendent Francine Fullam, Principal Trevor Ebel; District 
Moderator Richard Rockwood 

The meeting was opened on 7:40 by Board Chairman Gretchen Dunn 

Mrs. Dunn explained the purpose of the meeting: to discuss a proposed bond to purchase 

76 acres of land adjoining the school property at a cost of $10,000 per acre, a total of 

$760,000. 

Voting on the issue will take place on Oct. 19, 2005. A walk of the property is scheduled 

for Saturday, Oct. 15, 10 a.m. Lyndeborough Moderator Walter Holland will preside at 

the Oct. 19 meeting. An independent survey/assessment of the property will be in hand 

by Oct. 19, as well as an assessment made by the owners. 

Mr. Rockwood described the parcel using several maps. The parcel contains three 
separate lots; there are 54 acres of usable land; other parts include wetlands and steep 
slopes, about 28 percent of the site. Eight test pits found no ledge. 
He said he had looked at the land as a municipal project to prevent development, and 
made comparisons with similar purchases in neighboring towns. He valued the land at 
about $9,000 per acre for a total of $707,000. 

A member of the audience asked about frontage on Holt Road, a proposed rear entrance. 
Mr. Rockwood said about 70 feet of frontage. 

She asked if the land had any value to anyone other than the school. Mr. Rockwood said, 
probably not as much. 

Gilbert Hargrove asked, what if it is found that we can't build on it. 
Mr. Rockwood said municipalities can generally do what they want. 

Mark Whitehill asked why a municipality would pay more for the property than an 
individual. Mr. Rockwood said he didn't know "but they do." 

Stuart Draper asked if anyone had contacted the owners and negotiated. 
Mrs. Dunn said, we haven't, but we can meet with them. 

Andy Roeper asked if a bond could be set at a "not to exceed figure"? 
Mr. Rockwood said that was within the spirit of the article. 

In answer to a question, Charlie McGettigan outlined the history of purchasing the 
present property. He said he would be in favor of the purchase if it were a little cheaper. 

Mr. Draper asked the cost of obtaining the bond. Ms Fullam will find out. 



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A resident asked if the vote had to be yea or nay on the $760,000, or could another 
amount per acre be named. Mr. Rockwood said he would find out. 

Asked about the difference in elevation between the present school and the proposed site, 
Sam Proctor said about 140 feet. 

Mr. Draper said it was a good idea "if the price is right." And said the board should look 
at the whole site and make an offer. 

Paul Martin said the voters should seriously think of purchasing the land for a school 
since both towns are going to need one "in the next 20 years." Mrs. Scagel said, We 
know we are going to have a new school and this site is on town water and sewer. 

Asked about providing water to the site, Mr. McGettigan said, "some type of standpipe 
will be needed." He said water could be taken to the site, but agreed it could be 
expensive. 

Carol Roberts asked what voters could expect from the school board at the next meeting. 
Mrs. Dunn said they had gotten the message that they should talk to the owners of the 
property. 

Mr. Roeper asked about room for the sixth grade in the present middle school. Mrs. 
Scagel said when parents were asked about moving the sixth grade, the majority said no. 
(Mr. Hargrove placed it at 92 percent). She said the rooms were still available. 

Billl Goddard asked if the school had a real estate agent representing them, other than 
Mr. Proctor. Mrs. Dunn said no, but they could find one. 

The meeting adjourned at 8:20 p.m. 

Respectfully submitted, M£^w>o 

Jessie Salisbury, acting clerk (J 




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WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT 
CONTINUATION OF DISTRICT MEETING FROM SEPT. 26, 2005 

Oct. 19, 2005, Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School cafeteria. 
Officials present: School Board members Gretchen Dunn, Jean Scagel, Robert Nields, 
Robert Howe, Christopher Owen; Superintendent Francine Fullam; Principal Trevor 
Ebel; Attorney Norman Makechnie 

The reconvened meeting was opened at 7:30 by District Moderator Richard Rockwood. 
He read Article 5 as printed in the district warrant and stated that a 2/3 vote was required 
for passage of a bond issue. He then stated a conflict of interest and stepped down in 
favor of Walter Holland, Lyndeborough moderator. 

Robert Howe moved the article. 

Jean Scagel moved to amend the article to read $700,000, seconded by Mr. Owens. 

Andy Roeper asked if there was more than one appraisal. Mrs. Rockwood said there were 
three: Mr. Rockwood's at $707,000; the sellers' at $840,000, and a third at $600,000. Mr. 
Roeper asked why they hadn't been made available to the public. Mrs. Dunn said they 
were not received in time, but could be looked at now. 

Edward Popek inquired about unusable portions of lot 71 . Mrs. Dunn asked Sam Proctor 
to go over the plan, which he did. Mr. Proctor represents the sellers. He said $50,000 had 
been spent on engineering and the property contains $48,000 in standing timber. Asked 
why the unusable portion could not be separated, Proctor said the seller chose to include 
it. 

Gilbert Hargrove asked about the access to Holt Road and the wetlands in that area. Mr. 
Proctor said it was between 80 feet and 50 feet wide and the wetland could be crossed. 

Ray Humphreys asked if the owners had tried to subdivide and found they couldn't and 
if, under current zoning, they would have to make substantial improvements. Mr. Proctor 
said no to the first question, yes to the second. 

Mr. Popek asked if the lot was landlocked. Mrs. Scagel said Holt Road was for 
emergency access only and the board was not concerned about only one public access. 

Paul Martin asked if the school had a plan if they didn't buy the property. Mrs. Dunn said 
the board was looking to the future of both towns, but had no plans at this time. 

Mr. Popek said buying a lot that was 30 percent unusable was not a good idea, and had 
the board negotiated with the owners. Mrs. Dunn said, no, the owners had declined to 
meet with them. Mr. Proctor said only 21 percent was unusable. Mr. Rockwood said the 
unusable portion was considered residual land and the price per acre was an average of 
the whole parcel. If you buy only the good portions, the price goes up. 



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Mrs. Scagel said, in answer to a question, to mirror the present facility would require 30 
acres for the school plus one acre per 100 students, by today's standards. 

Bill Weigel asked about town services, sewer and water. Charles McGettigan said a 
booster would be required to get water to the site, plus a tank for fire protection. Mr. 
Nields said playing fields don't need services and added that it would prevent the 
development of the area into house lots. 

Spencer Brookes said he supported the plan because of his experience in other districts 
and it made sense to have schools close together to reduce busing. Lois Kenick said 
elementary and high schools have different schedules and the busing would work out. 
With Lyndeborough's development pattern, it might not be the best idea for 
Lyndeborough. 

James McEntee discussed the history of the purchase of the present land, and asked about 
required attendance at a special meeting. Mr. Makechnie said this was not a special 
meeting but a continuation of the annual meeting. 

Mr. Popek asked if the property had been for sale for a while and not sold. Mr. Proctor 
said no, but offers had been received for it. 

Asked about projected growth, Ms Fullam listed the latest projections from the Office of 
State Planning, which look at only current residents and said the projection for 2012, 
kindergarten through grade 12, was 1380. 

Asked about the cost of the bond, Mrs. Dunn said the N.H. Bond Bank was offering 4.25 
percent for 5 years and Citizens Bank was offering 3.6 percent for 5 years. Asked about 
the effect on the tax rates, she said in the first year, which is interest only, in 
Lyndeborough it would be 4 cents and in Wilton 3 cents; the first full year would be 
Lyndeborough 48 cents and Wilton 38 cents, figured on a $760,000 bond. Mr. Rockwood 
translated that into costs for a home assessed at $200,000. 

Mrs. Scagel's amendment for $700,000 passed on a voice vote. . 
Stuart Draper then offered an amendment to change the total to $500,000. It was 
seconded by several in the audience. The amendment passed on a show of hands, 63 yes, 
38 no. 

The polls opened at 9:15 and were open for one hour. Voting was by secret yes/no ballot 

by checklist. 

The amendment failed to achieve a 2/3 majority: yes 87, no, 53. 

Dawn Mahoney then moved to reconsider the vote at a later meeting. Jeanette LoVerme 
seconded. The motion carried on a voice vote, with about 30 people remaining in the hall. 

Thursday, Nov. 3, 7:30 p.m., was set for the reconsideration. Board members are to meet 
with the sellers and arrive at a price to be considered at that time. 



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The meeting was declared adjourned to Nov. 3 at 10:30 p.m. 
Respectfully submitted, 

Clerk (J 



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WELTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT 
CONTINUATION OF DISTRICT MEETING FROM OCTOBER19 

Nov. 3, 2005, Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School Cafeteria 
Officials present: School Board members Robert Howe, Gretchen Dunn, Christopher 
Owen, Jean Scagel, Robert Nields; Superintendent Francine Fullam, Principal Trevor 
Ebel, Attorney Norman Makechine 

The meeting was opened at 7:30 p.m., by Lyndeborough Moderator Walter Holland. He 
read the results of the meeting on Oct. 19, the vote to reconsider the question, and the 
article under discussion using the figure of $500,000 as voted on Oct. 19. 

Jean Scagel moved to amend the article to read $650,000. Seconded by Gretchen Dunn. 
Mrs. Dunn said she and Mrs. Scagel had met with the sellers for about two hours. 
Attorney Silas Little and appraiser Richard Rockwood also attended. She said the sellers 
wished to sell the entire parcel, and would retain the timber rights. 

Brian Firmin asked who had made the motion to reconsider the article. Dawn Mahoney 
of Wilton said she did 

Nate Hastings asked how the timber would be cut. Mrs. Scagel said selectively. 

Lois Kenick listed several points for people to consider: the town of Wilton owns an 
adjoining lot; the location of the present school is the highest at which the town can 
provide adequate water volume and pressure; parts of the land are useless for a school or 
playing fields. She concluded the land was not worth $650,000. 

Stanley Schultz asked how much land the school owns. About 54 acres. How much is 
required by the state? Is there enough here for an addition? 

Mrs. Scagel said when the recent addition was built, we looked at putting it where the 
parking lot is. We need 30 acres for a building plus one acre for each 90 students. This 
building's core facilities are for 500 students and requires 35 acres. We have maxed out 
this site. We can't expand our core facilities. With the added land, we could put the new 
building were the athletic fields are. Two engineering firms found the land was buildable. 
She noted that both elementary schools are overcrowded and doing space studies. 

Nate Hastings inquired about the value of the timber. Tom Chrisenton said it would 
require a timber cruiser to determine that. Mr. Rockwood said it had been cruised with a 
certified valuation of $48,000. 

Andy Roeper inquired about effects on tax rates. Mrs. Scagel explained costs using a one- 
year purchase and bonds over five and ten years. 

Mr. Holland called for a vote on the amendment, changing the offered price to $650,000. 
It was defeated on a show of hands, yes, 66; no, 75. 



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The polls were opened at 8:30 and remained open for an hour. Voting was by secret 
ballot using the checklists used in March when this meeting was first convened. 
The voting results: yes 70; no, 91. 

Stuart Draper moved to adjourn the meeting at 9:40. 

Respectfully submitted, 



S54 



Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District 
Administrator's Report 
2004-2005 

The staff and students of the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative Middle/Senior High 
School have had a very productive 2004-2005 school year. 

This past year began a new journey for WLC Senior High School. In our continued efforts 
to provide a comprehensive school program for all students, the staff and students 
transitioned from a traditional 7-period day schedule to a 4 x 4 block format schedule. All 
students at the high school level were able to have four classes per semester, which allowed 
many students the opportunity to take additional courses that were not available under the 
old format. This transition has allowed us to eliminate the need for huge study halls and 
encourage all students to challenge themselves academically. It has also fostered an 
opportunity to improve the school climate and reduce the number of daily absences. The 
staffs is committed to continue to provide the highest quality instruction for all students and 
are working diligently to strengthen and improve all curriculum areas as we are able to 
provide students with more opportunities for success. 

The New England Association of Schools and Colleges on-site visit is fast approaching 
WLC. During the course of the next year, several members of our staff will be serving on 
visiting committees to other selected schools to effectively gauge the accreditation process 
and prepare for our own visit which is scheduled to take place in the Fall of 2008. 

The 2004-2005 school year ended with 386 students. Graded enrollments were as follows: 
Grade 7- 60; Grade 8- 65; Grade 9- 78; Grade 10- 72; Grade 1 1- 59; Grade 12- 52 . 

New faculty members for the 2004-2005 school year include: Elise Day, 8 grade Social 
Studies, Elizabeth Winters, Language Arts, Brice Miller, Physical Education, and Ishanna 
Smith, Special Education. Mrs. Kalloger has joined the high school social studies 
department as she replaces Mr. Weiser. 

WLC School Board Chairperson, Gretchen Dunn, with Assistant Superintendent, Carolann 
Wais, presented diplomas to 51 graduates of the Class of 2005. 40% went to a four-year 
college, 22% to a two-year college, and 0% to the military. The Class of 2005 scored an 
average of 51 1 Verbal and 470 on the Math portions of the SAT tests. Over $75,000 was 
presented in scholarship monies to the 2005 graduates. 

The faculty and staff here at WLC are committed to the continued effort of improving 
student performance in the classroom and will be actively engaged in the year ahead to 
ensure all students are given the opportunities to succeed. 




R.A/oc 



Trevor J. Ebel 
Principal 



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SPECIAL EDUCATION REPORT 2005-2006 

The purpose of special education is to improve services and results for children with disabilities. Currently, 
SAU #63 serves 343 students with varying handicapping conditions that impact their ability to access their 
education. Under New Hampshire Law, special education programs must provide a level of instruction 
suitable to the unique needs of each child requiring services. The special education staff at SAU #63 
include speech pathologists, orthopedic therapists, psychologists, reading specialists, and many other 
dedicated educators whose primary goal is to ensure that every child has the opportunity to benefit his or 
her education. 

Every three years, the New Hampshire Department of Education, as part of its Monitoring and 
Improvement Process, makes recommendations to districts in regard to the implementation of special 
education services at the local level. Among the challenges recommended to SAU #63 in the current 
review cycle were expansion of administrative staff at the building level including building coordinators, a 
full-time social worker, and additional school psychologists. In its most recent communique" of January 19, 
2006, this onsite committee commended SAU #63 for "making significant strides and progress " toward 
addressing the goals outlined in the October 2005 Case Study Compliance Report. The approval of this 
onsite assessment of SAU #63' s special education programs is directly tied to the federal funds districts 
receive annually to support the delivery of special education services. In the 2005-2006 school year, this 
funding amounted to $416,988.00. 

Another important facet of special education services is local compliance with federal legislative acts 
governing the special education process. No Child Left Behind (NCLB) and the Reauthorization of IDEA 
'04 have led to substantial changes in the way courts view the IEP process. Increasingly, there is an 
emphasis on streamlining paperwork and consolidating DEP team meetings in order to increase the time and 
resources available for instruction and other activities aimed at improving educational and functional 
results for children with disabilities. 

With this shift in focus has come new responsibility in the way we monitor student progress. Special 
education policy and practice, now more than ever, must reflect a seamless approach in planning for 
students transitioning between grade levels and most especially at the critical junctures from pre-school to 
elementary, elementary to middle, middle to high school, and high school into the adult world. Access to 
the general curriculum and the opportunity to earn a regular high school diploma continue to expand as 
teachers in all core academic subject areas move toward the NCLB goal of "highly qualified" certification. 

In designing and implementing this new model for student expectations, the special education department 
has hired two building coordinators to facilitate IEP meetings, monitor student progress and provide teacher 
consult. The building coordinators are responsible for improving special education teacher retention and 
training - an area of critical need in the state of New Hampshire - and for ensuring effective 
communication systems between buildings. 

Students requiring out-of-district placement and services are monitored by the Special Services 
Coordinator. These types of placements often involve the collaboration of multiple community agencies 
and related service providers. In November 2005, the U.S. Supreme Court in Schaffer v. Weast. 546 U.S. 

(2005) underscored the value of conscientious IEP team process in determining that placement 

decisions, properly made within the context of IDEA procedure, are presumed to be substantively valid. 

As special education law continues to evolve through legislative acts and case law at both the state and 
federal levels, special educators are called upon to have a greater familiarity with "policy considerations, 
convenience, and fairness" (Schaffer v. Weast) . The unique character and geography of SAU #63 may 
ensure, at least for this moment in local history, that a significant number of our students (36) will continue 
to be best served through carefully monitored out-of-district placements. In the event that demographics or 
facility space issues change, the special education staff look forward to expanding in-district educational 
programs specifically tailored to meet the individual needs of our students. 



R H 




DebOIm/^^rvuiiij f gc/- 

SpeciarEducation Director 



Title I 

REPORT 

Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District 
2004-2005 



The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB) represents a sweeping overhaul of 
federal efforts to support excellence in elementary and secondary education in the United 
States. Based on overwhelming and bipartisan support from Congress, NCLB was 
designed to support learning and close achievement gaps for all students. The efforts of 
this law focus on the principles of: 

• Stronger accountability; 

• Increased flexibility and local control; 

• Expanded options for parents; 

• Effective instruction based on scientific research 

Funding in 2005 for K-12 education reached an historic high of approximately $38.7 
billion, an increase of 39% since 2001. Yet, illiteracy and school drop out rates continue 
to rise and reading scores remain unchanged. Prompted by these trends and the progress 
made in reading education, neurology, psychological and sociological research, NCLB 
has become law to support the educational well being of our children. 

Based on the directives of NCLB, Title I is a federally funded program dedicated to 
providing individual and small group support to students most in need of help. This year 
a Title I tutor worked with WLC students in the seventh and eighth grades. The tutor 
provided them with support strategies geared to complement classroom instruction and 
promote understanding. 

Title I also offered professional development to the district's teachers. The training 
included literacy development and differentiated instruction strategies, intended to 
strengthen a broad range of student learning. 

The Title I program has and will continue to be dedicated to providing all of the students 
of the Wilton-Lyndeborough School District, with the kind of quality opportunities for 
learning that will allow them to develop and thrive academically. 



Sally Barrnett 



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Notice of Public Hearing 

and 

School Administrative Unit No. 63 Meeting 



A public hearing and SAU No. 63 board meeting will be held on Monday, December 12, 2005 in the library at 
Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative High and Middle School, Wilton, NH at 7:00 p.m. 

(Snow date to be Wednesday, December 14, 2005) 

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

Cooperative, and Mascenic Regional. 

Gretchen Dunn, Chair - SAU 63 Board 



Proposed Budget: 

Office of the Superintendent 
Special Education Administration 
Business Services 
Maintenance Services/Rental 
Psychological Services 
Speech Services 
OT and PT Services 
Misc. SPED Grant Services 
Title I 
Adult Basic Education 



Total Budget 
Minus Anticipated Federal Funding 
Minus Application of Unreserved Fund Balance 
Amount to be Shared by Districts 



2006-2007 

$306,512 
$279,735 
$219,644 

$34,061 
$113,575 
$120,435 
$153,460 
$309,787 
$315,953 

$11,315 



$1,864,477 



$782,370 
$0 



$1,082,107 



VOTED-Dec 12/05 



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School Administrative Unit No. 63 Apportionment 
Based on the Proposed 2006-2007 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. 



2006-2007 Apportionment of Districts 





2004 




2004-05 




Average 


2006-07 


District 


Eq.Vaiuation 


Ratio 


ADM 


Ratio 


Ratio 


Net Budget 


Wilton 


208,624,157 


17.5% 


301.2 


14.4% 


16.0% 


89,491 


Lyndeborough 


77,381,728 


6.5% 


89.8 


4.3% 


5.4% 


30,253 


WL Coop 


277,407,639 


23.3% 


385.9 


18.5% 


20.9% 


117,037 


Mascenic 


627,123,544 


52.7% 


1311.1 


62.8% 


57.7% 


323,435 




1,190,537,068 


100.0% 


2088.0 


100.0% 


100.0% 


560,217 






2005-06 


2005-06 


2006-07 


2006-07 






District 


Ratio 


Net Budget 


Ratio 


Budget 






Wilton 


15.8% 


68,984 


16.0% 


89,491 






Lyndeborough 


5.7% 


24,887 


5.4% 


30,253 






WL Coop 


19.7% 


86,012 


20.9% 


117,037 






Mascenic 


58.8% 


256,726 


57.7% 


323,435 





100.0% 



436,609 



100.0% 



560,217 



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







2005-06 


2005-06 




2006-07 


2006-07 


District 


Students 


Ratio 


Budget 


Students 


Ratio 


Budget 


Wilton 


47 


13.7% 


41,694 


47 


15.4% 


54,267 


Lyndeborough 


24 


7.0% 


21,291 


16 


5.2% 


18,474 


WL Coop 


86 


25.1% 


76,292 


74 


24.2% 


85,441 


Mascenic 


186 


54.2% 


165,004 


169 


55.2% 


195,129 



343 



100.0% 



304,281 



306 



100.0% 



353,310 



VOTED- -DEC 12/05 
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WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICTS 
STATISTICS FOR SCHOOL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2005 

GRADES 7-8 GRADES 9-12 TOTAL 



WILTON 
BOYS 
GIRLS 
TOTAL 



37 


88 


125 


45 


95 


140 


82 


183 


265 



PERCENT OF ATTENDANCE 



AVERAGE DAILY ATTENDANCE 



AVERAGE DAILY MEMBERSHIP 



94.7 



79.0 



83.4 



92.5 



165.0 



178.4 



LYNDEBOROUGH 

BOYS 
GIRLS 
TOTAL 



PERCENT OF ATTENDANCE 



AVERAGE DAILY ATTENDANCE 



AVERAGE DAILY MEMBERSHIP 



20 


34 


54 


23 


44 


67 


43 


78 


121 


94.5 


92.5 




40.4 


70.5 




42.9 


81.2 





CENSUS REPORTS - FALL 2005 - Age 1 day to 18 years inclusive 

BOYS GIRLS TOTAL 



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LYNDEBOROUGH 



499 
192 



503 
167 



1002 
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Attending Public Schools Outside District 
Attending Private Schools Outside District 
Attending Private Schools Within District 
Attending Parochial Schools Outside District 
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WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SUPPORT STAFF 



LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


POSITION 


BARON 


WENDY 


AIDE - SPED 


BIRD 


ANN 


CUSTODIAN-P.TIME 


BLANCHARD 


MAREN 


AIDE 


BRAGDON 


MICHELLE 


LUNCH ROOM MONITOR 


COULON 


MARGUERITE 


AIDE - SPED 


CULLEN 


DOUGLAS 


SCHOOLS TO CAREER PROGRAM DIRECTOR 


DISHONG 


CAROLE 


AIDE - SPED 


DRAPER 


LINDA 


AIDE - SPED / ATHLETIC DIRECTOR 


FLYNN 


MICHAEL 


CUSTODIAN 


GALLETTA 


E. JOYCE 


SECRETARY 


GLIDDEN 


DAVID 


TECH COORDINATOR 60% 


HASU 


SCOTT 


CUSTODIAN- P.TIME 


NORTON 


CYNTHIA 


SECRETARY 


O'LOUGHLIN 


AMY 


AIDE - SPED 


ROCCA 


LYNNE 


LUNCH ROOM MONITOR 


RODGERS 


SUSAN 


AIDE - SPED 


RYAN 


WILLIAM 


CUSTODIAN 


THOMPSON 


JULIE 


SECRETARY- P.TIME 


WILLIAMS 


JAMES 


AIDE - SPED 



S6A 



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

2004-2005 



Nursing Activities/Student Contacts: 

Total Visits to the Health Office 9020 

Middle School 2218 

High School 6802 



Injuries - Total 551 

Middle School 139 

High School 412 

School (MS + HS) 283 

Home (MS + HS) 219 

(any "outside of school" injury) 

Sports (MS + HS) 49 



Medications: 

Total Medications Administered 5572 

Middle School 1263 

High School 4309 

Screening: Less screening was accomplished this year for a couple of reasons: Block 
Scheduling does not include any study halls to pull students out of, and the nurse was out 
on an extended medical leave. All SPED students who needed screening for their IEP 
updates were done, as were any other students who presented with problems that 
screening might prove useful toward solving. Fortunately many students play sports, and 
they had current physical exams which were duly recorded. Also, some students were 
pulled from class with a substitute teacher to be screened. 

(Students being screened 

are NOT counted in the 'Total Visits to the 
Health Office" number) 

Professional Associations New Hampshire School Nurses Association 

National Association of School Nurses 



Respectfully Submitted, 



Candace G. Rapf, RN 
June 24, 2005 



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S65 



Treasurer's Monthly Report 

Wilton-Lyndeborough Coop School District 

Ending June 30, 2005 



Revenues for the Month: 
Date 



Source 



Description 



Amount 



6/10/2005 
6/13/2005 
6/15/2005 
6/17/2005 



6/21/2005 
6/24/2005 
6/28/2005 
6/30/2005 



Town of Wilton 
State of New Hampshire 
US Department of Education 
Mascenic Regional SD 
State of New Hampshire 
State of New Hampshire 
County Of Hillsborough 
County Of Hillsborough 
Mascenic Regional SD 
State of New Hampshire 
U.S. Department of Education 
Town of Lyndeborough 
State of New Hampshire 
State of New Hampshire 
WLC School 
Primex 

Bank of New Hampshire 
Bank of New Hampshire 
Bank of New Hampshire 



Final 2004/2005 Appropriation 

Building Aid 

GAPS 

2nd Semester Voc Ed Tuition 

Medicaid 

Medicaid 

Peer Mediation 

HAPPY. Grant 

Refund - Oil 

Food Service 

GAPS 

Final 2004/2005 Appropriation 

Medicaid 

Medicaid 

Student Activity Accounts 

Unemployment Comp Refund 

Checking Account - Interest 

Money Market Account - Interest 

Service Charge - Checking Account 



244.368.50 

9,017.32 

2,161.41 

450.00 

1,604.77 

690.11 

2,425.00 

858 44 

916.33 

4,208.84 

3.163.06 

117,251.37 

893.65 

58 03 

2.893.49 

135.00 

237.02 

493.76 

(34.30) 



391,791.80 



For June 2005: 



Received from District (Lyndeborough) 

Received from District (Wilton) 

Received from State 

Federal Funds Received 

Received from Tuition 

Received from Trust Funds 

Received from GAPS (REAP Grant) 

Interest Received 

Other Revenues Received 

Bank Service Charges 



117.251.37 

244,368.50 

9,017.32 

7,455 40 

450.00 

5,324.47 

730.78 

7,228.26 

(34.30) 



Total Revenue Received in June/2005 



$ 391,791.80 



District Assessment for FY 2004-2005 



Due from District (balance of year) 



Wilton 

$3,010,948.00 
($3,010,948 00) 

$0 00 



LvndeborouQh 
$1,453,909.00 
($1,453,909.00) 

$0.00 



Total 
$4,464,857.00 
($4,464,857.00) 

$0.00 



Cash on Hand July 1, 2004 
Total Received from Districts YTD 
Total Received from State YTD 
Total Federal Funds Received YTD 
Total Received from Tuition YTD 
Total Received from Trust Funds YTD 
Total Received from GAPS (REAP Grant) YTD 
Total Interest Received YTD 
Total Other Revenue Received YTD 
Total Bank Service Charges YTD 

Total Receipts YTD 



$ 


131.958 24 


$ 4,464.857.00 


$ 1,080,271.25 


$ 


103,811.40 


$ 


900.00 


$ 


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$ 


5,684 32 


$ 


65.730.75 


$ 


(445.54) 


$ 5.750,998.76 



Less School Board Orders Paid YTD $ (5.464,706.83) 

Balance on Hand per Treasurer's Account $ 418,250.17 



To the Wilton School Board and the Lyndeborough School Board: 

The above is a correct statement of the transactions of the Treasurer to date. 



Stanley Greene O 

Wilton-Lyndeborough Coop School District Treasurer 



S66 



2005 
AUDIT REPORT 

WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH SCHOOL DISTRICT 



Date: October 18, 2005 



We have examined the financial records provided to us by Wilton-Lyndebo rough 
School District and have found all records to be in order. 

Doris G. Boutwell, Auditor 

Carlene M. Brown, Auditor 



S67 



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 
2003-2004 

$ 354,332.21 
$ 183,390.10 
$ 764.09 
$ 606,376.83 
$ 178,060.00 


Expenditure Amount 
2004-2005 

$ 312,652.32 
$ 168,568.49 
$ 1,363.56 
$ 584,983.85 
$ 266,357.83 


Total Expenditures 


$ 1,322,923.23 


$ 1,333,926.05 


Itemized Revenue Sources 

1 .) Catastrophic Aid 

2.) Adequacy Grant 

3.) IDEA Entitlement (Grant) 

4.) Medicaid 


Revenue Amount 
2003-2004 

$ 120,184.28 
$ 223,062.00 
$ 62,290.00 
$ 84,779.60 


Revenue Amount 
2004-2005 

$ 326,727.93 

$ 

$ 72,408.00 

$ 50,672.62 


Total Revenues 


$ 490,315.88 


$ 449,808.55 


Actual District Cost for 
Special Education 


$ 832,607.35 


$ 884,117.50 



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FINANCIAL REPORT OF SCHOOL BOARD 
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FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2005 

EXPENDITURES: 2004-2005 

1100-112 TEACHER SALARIES 1,270,366.41 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 373,597.1 1 

430 REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE SERVICES 9,747.64 

442 RENTAL OF EQUIPMENT 14,776.89 

610 GENERAL SUPPLIES/PAPER/TESTS 42,479.90 

641 BOOKS & OTHER PRINTED MEDIA 23,307.38 

650 COMPUTER SOFTWARE 9,401 .36 

731 NEW EQUIPMENT 5,604.18 

735 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 4,962.22 

1120-114 SUBSTITUTE TEACHER SALARIES 63,094.93 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 4,933.60 

1130-114 HOMEBOUND/ESL/TUTOR SALARIES 2,697.50 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 237.08 

SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS 

1210-112 SPED TEACHER SALARIES 162,714.59 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 40,034.56 

610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER/TESTS 740.91 

641 BOOKS & OTHER PRINTED MEDIA 358.49 

731 NEW EQUIPMENT 210.58 

735 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 5.00 

1211-114 SPED TEACHER AIDE SALARIES 78,553.18 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 6,681.90 

1212-122 SPED SUMMER TUTORS SALARIES 4,588.18 

220 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 453.74 

1213-114 SPED TUTOR SALARIES 4,402.50 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 392.73 

OTHER SPECIAL PROGRAMS 

1290-561 PUBLIC IN-STATE TUITION 7,100.63 

1290-563 PRIVATE - IN & OUT OF STATE TUITION 562,057.63 

1390-561 VOCATIONAL PROGRAMS 15,825.59 

591 SERVICES PURCHASED/PRIVATE SOURCES 1 ,1 76.30 

OTHER INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS 

1410-112 CO-CURRICULAR SALARIES-ACADEMIC 11,838.00 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 1,254.25 

610 GENERAL SUPPLIES/PAPER 79.00 

810 DUES & FEES 1,242.00 

890 MISCELLANEOUS 492.40 



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CO-CURRICULAR PROGRAM 

1420-112 CO-CURRICULAR SALARIES-ATHLETIC 34,220.00 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 3,061.13 

430 REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE SERVICES 2,536.00 

442 RENTAL OF EQUIPMENT 537.72 

591 PURCHASED SERVICES/PRIVATE SOURCES 1 7,025.50 

610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER 2,779.22 

735 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 4,103.95 

810 DUES & FEES 2,630.00 

890 MISCELLANEOUS 35.86 

1490-591 PURCHASE SERV - PRIVATE SOURCES D.E. 1 5,300.00 

COUNSELING SERVICES 

2122-112 GUIDANCE SALARIES 80,349.32 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 16,498.59 

610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER/TESTS 1,526.19 

735 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 21 1 .20 

810 DUES & FEES 75.00 

PLACEMENT SE 

2126-112 SCHOOL-TO-CAREER POSITION 38,000.00 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 6,594.34 

2129-114 GUIDANCE SECRETARY SALARY 14,264.68 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 1,186.38 

HEALTH SERVICES 

2134-112 NURSES SALARIES 45,655.00 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 7,712.43 

430 REPAIRS & MAINTENACE SERVICES 72.50 

610 GENERAL SUPPLIES/PAPER 645.92 

641 BOOKS & OTHER PRINTED MEDIA 36.97 

810 DUES & FEES 115.00 

SPECIAL ED SUPPORT SERVICES 

2142-323 PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING SERVICES 4,575.60 

2152-323 SPEECH SERVICES 35,125.86 

2163-323 P.T. SRVICES/O.T. SERVICES 31,550.73 

21 90-323 OTHER STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES 36,348.03 

PSYCHOLOGICAL COUNSELING SERVICES 

2143-114 ASSOCIATE PSYCHOLOGIST 13,600.00 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 1,230.94 

610 GENERAL SUPPLIES/TESTS/PAPER 48.58 

SPECIAL ED RELATED SERVICES - SAU 

2159-323 SPEECH SERVICES 1,408.00 

2191-323 OCCUPATIONAL & PHYSICAL THERAPY 9,71 1 .00 



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IMPROVEMENT OF INST. SERVICES 

2210-240 TUITION REIMBURSEMENT 3,284.00 

290 STAFF DEVELOPMENT 8,840.00 

649 OTHER INFORMATION RESOURCES 138.74 

2212-290 INSTR. & CURRICULUM DEV. 1 1 ,321 .93 

EDUCATIONAL MEDIA SERVICES 

2222-112 MEDIA GENERALIST SALARY 55,182.10 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 1 1 ,61 7.95 

430 REPAIRS & MAINT. SERVICES 408.00 

610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER 629.47 

641 BOOKS & OTHER PRINTED MEDIA 5,836.51 

650 COMPUTER SOFTWARE 289.44 



AUDIO VISUAL SUPPLIES 

2223-532 DATA COMMUNICATIONS/INTERNET 480.00 

610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER 288.50 

731 NEW EQUIPMENT 662.34 

735 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 419.70 

SCHOOL BOARD SERVICES 

231 1-120 SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS 500.00 

220 SOCIAL SECURITY 7.25 

2312-120 CLERK 495.00 

220 SOCIAL SECURITY 37.86 

2313-120 TREASURER 600.00 

220 SOCIAL SECURITY 45.90 

2317-120 AUDITORS 200.00 

220 SOCIAL SECURITY 15.30 

2318-330 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES (LEGAL) 25,1 17.53 

331 SPED LEGAL SERVICES 6,099.86 

520 S. B. LIABILITY INSURANCE 2,500.00 

534 POSTAGE 486.08 

540 ADVERTISING 6,876.26 

610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER 389.99 

810 DUES & FEES 2,531.63 

890 MISCELLANEOUS 5,555.90 

EXECUTIVE ADMINISTRATION SERVICES - SAU 

2321-312 OFFICE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT 82,954.00 

SPECIFIC AREA ADMINISTRATION SERVICES - SAU 

2332-319 SPED ADMINISTRATION 59,575.00 

SUPPORT SERVICES - SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION 

2410-113 PRINCIPAL SALARY 144,253.00 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 42,309.58 

430 REPAIRS & MAINT. SERVICES 2,551 .34 

531 TELEPHONE 13,069.91 

534 POSTAGE 3,723.02 



S72 



550 PRINTING 

580 TRAVEL/CONFERENCES 

610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER 

650 COMPUTER SOFTWARE 

810 DUES & FEES 



2,275.70 
5,485.39 
880.65 
2,270.00 
3,657.92 



241 1-1 14 SECRETARIES SALARIES 
200 BENEFITS 



2490-890 



GRADUATION/ASSEMBLIES 



54,616.16 
20,608.86 

3,704.83 



OPERATION & MAINTENANCE OF PLANT 

2620-1 14 CUSTODIAL SALARIES 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

411 WATER/SEWERAGE 

421 DISPOSAL SERVICES 

422 SNOW PLOWING SERVICES 
424 LAWN & GROUNDS CARE 
430 REPAIRS & MAINT. SERVICES 
520 BUILDING INSURANCE 

580 CUSTODIAL TRAVEL 

610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER 

622 ELECTRICITY 

623 BOTTLED GAS 

624 OIL 

731 NEW EQUIPMENT 

735 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 



106,106.32 

30,384.86 

14,868.00 

7,918.53 

1,800.00 

4,795.33 

27,825.02 

13,786.00 

1,100.00 

11,054.25 

63,174.21 

591.63 

33,881.98 

1,004.39 

647.65 



STUDENT TRANSPORTATION 
2721-519 STUDENT TRANSPORTATION 

2722-519 SPED TRANSPORTATION (ALL) 
2743-519 VOCATIONAL TRANSPORTATION 
2744-519 ATHLETIC TRANSPORTATION 
2745-519 FIELD TRIP/CO-CURRICULAR TRANSP. 



1,774.44 

266,357.83 

24,900.00 

35,108.32 

5,334.05 



OPERATION OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS 
2844-1 12 TECHNICAL COORDINATOR 
200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 
610 SUPPLIES 



26,018.00 

6,263.54 

311.56 



DEBT SERVICE 
5110-910 PRINCIPAL ON DEBT 

5111-910 AEG NOTE PRINCIPAL 
5120-830 INTEREST ON DEBT 

5120-830 AEG NOTE PRINCIPAL 



325,000.00 

250,000.00 

259,762.50 

2,197.60 



FUND TRANSFERS 
5221-930 TRANSFER TO FOOD SERVICES 
5222-930 TRANSFER TO SPECIAL REVENUE FUND 



39,863.01 
25,000.00 



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$ 5,333,801.62 



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WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL D.STR.CT^ 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: 
BONDS DATED: 7/22/99 
INTEREST START DATE 203 days 
FIRST INTEREST PAYMENT 
NET INTEREST COST 



FAX (603) 271-3937 
07/22/»MAIL ADDRESS: NHMBBOAOL.COM 
02/15/2000 
5.2000% 



DEBT 


PERIOD 


PRINCIPAL 








TOTAL 


FISCAL YEAR 


YEAR 


ENOING 


OUTSTANDING 


PRINCIPAL 


RATE 


INTEREST 


PAYMENT 


TOTAL PAYMENT 




02/15/2000 








$185,797.09 


$185.797.C9 


$185,797 09 


1 


08/15/2000 


$6,476.77500 


$321,775.00 


4.500% 


164.746.19 


486,521.19 






02/15/2001 








157.50625 


157,50625 


644,027.44 


2 


08/15/2001 


6,155.000.00 


325.000.00 


4.500% 


157.506.25 


482.506.25 






02/15/2002 








150.19375 


150.193.75 


632.700.00 


3 


08/15/2002 


5.830.000.00 


325.000 00 


5.000% 


150.193.75 


475.193.75 






02/15/2003 








142.06875 


142.068.75 


617.262.50 


4 


08/15/2003 


5,505.000.00 


325.000 00 


5.000% 


142.06875 


467.068.75 






02/15/2004 








133.94375 


133.94375 


601.012.50 


5 


08/15/2004 


5.180.000.00 


325.000 00 


5.000% 


133.94375 


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% 


125,81875 


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 








76.25625 


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 


4Z131.25 


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 


5250% 


25.200.00 


345.200.00 






02/15/2018 








16.800.00 


16.800.00 


362.000.00 


19 


08/15/2018 


640.000.00 


320,000.00 


5.250% 


16.800.00 


336.800.00 






02/15/2019 








8,400.00 


8.400.00 


345,200.00 


20 


08/15/2019 
TOTALS 


320.000.00 


320,000.00 


5.250% 


8,400.00 


328,400.00 


328,400.00 




$6,476,775.00 


$3,543,168.28 


$10,019,943.28 


$10,019,943.28 



S76 



Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District 
Budget Comparison 2006-2007 



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 

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Vocational Programs 

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 

Debt Service 

Fund Transfers 

Regular Education Totals 



Special Education 
Account Number 

1210 Special Education 
1290 SPED Tuition 
2142/2190 SPED Support Services 

2143 Psychological Counseling Services 
2159/61 SPED Related Services (SAU) 

2332 Special Administration Services (SAU) 
2721/25 SPED Transportation Services 

Special Education Totals 



Voted 
2005-06 

2,052,811 

26,900 

132,107 

187,883 

60,369 

27,200 

79,824 

30,263 

86,012 

308,151 

325,188 

62,715 

34,770 

568,513 

61,000 



Proposed 
2006-07 

2,120,821 

35,900 

134,864 

182,894 

61,270 

25,300 

85,356 

55,501 

117,038 

327,566 

394,246 

85,040 

62,092 

552,263 

35,489 



Plus/Minus 

68,010 

9,000 

2,757 

-4,989 

901 

-1,900 

5,532 

25,238 

31,026 

19,415 

69,058 

22,325 

27,322 

-16,250 

-25,511 



4,043,706 


4,275,640 


231,934 
4.2% 


346,479 


392,539 


46,060 


612,713 


596,235 


-16,478 


131,053 


131,703 


650 


30,232 


40,600 


10,368 


11,319 


5,359 


-5,960 


76,292 


85,441 


9,149 


280,695 


157,938 


-122,757 



1,488,783 1,409,815 



-78,968 
-1.4% 



Grand Total 5,532,489 5,685,455 152,966 

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WILTON POLICE DEPARTMENT 91 1 Emergency or 654-9452 

WILTON FIRE DEPARTMENT 911 Emergency or 654-6758 

WILTON AMBULANCE 91 1 Emergency or 654-2222 

WILTON TOWN OFFICE 654-9451 

Web site address: www.ci.wilton.nh.us 

Office Hours: 

Monday, Tuesday & Friday 9:00 - 4:00 

Wednesday Closed 

Thursday 9:00-7:00 

Board of Selectmen meet Monday Nights 7:00 PM 

BUILDING INSPECTOR 

Office Hours: 654-3960 

Monday, Tuesday & Friday 7:30-8:30 AM 

Thursday 7:30-8:30 AM and 4-7 PM 

FLORENCE RIDEOUT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 654-6714 

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WILTON RECYCLING CENTER 654-61 50 

Recycle Hours: 

Saturday 9:00- 5:00 

Sunday 8:00-11:45 

Tuesday 7:30- 5:00 

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WILTON PUBLIC & GREGG FREE LIBRARY 654-2581 

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Library Hours: 

Tuesday & Wednesday 11:00 - 7:00 

Thursday 9:30-7:00 

Friday 11:00-5:00 

Saturday 9:00 - 2:00 Sept - June 

9:00 - 12:00 July & August 
Sunday & Monday Closed 

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