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%^ 3 filton, New Hampshire 
^ 2008 

Town and School Reports 




THE TOWN OWES THESE CREWS A HUGE THANK-YOU FOR ALL THE 

HELP WITH THE DESTRUCTIVE ICE-STORM OF DEC. '08 

AND ALL THE WORK THEY DO FOR US YEAR ROUND. 



WILTON HIGHWAY 
DEPARTMENT 

Steve Elliott - Road Agent 
Brian Adams 
Dennis Maki 
Todd Mason 
Kenny Pellerin 



FIRE DEPARTMENT ROSTER 

Ray Dick - Chief 

Ronald Caswell - Assistant Chief 

David Boissonault - Deputy Chief 

Jim Cutler -Captain 

Tom Staiti - Captain 

Scott Thompson - Captain 

Joe Torre -Lieutenant 

Gary Bosse Sr - Lieutenant 

David Deschense - Lieutenant 

FIREFIGHTERS 



Ryan Bishop 
Robert Bragdon 
Adam Bragdon 
Tyler Bragdon 
James Cheney 
Matt Daniels 
Bruce Hadley 
Frank Heppe 



John Jowders 
Nicholas Jowders 
Kevin Kilgore 
Jason Markaverich 
Derick Martin 
Phil Provencher 
Tom Staiti, Jr. 
Wally Tyler 



WILTON POLICE DEPARTMENT 
PERSONNEL 

Chief Brent Hautanen 
Lieutenant Eric Olesen 
Sergeant Lawrence Duval 
Patrolman John Frechette 
Patrolman Glenn Huff 
Patrolman Michael Abel 
Part Time Officer Gerry Reppucci 
Part Time Officer Kristopher Wolf 
Part Time Officer Nicholas Jowders 
Part Time Officer Gary Potter 
Admin. Asst. Kelly St. Pierre 
Traffic Aide Robert Cole 
Traffic Aide James McGettigan 



AMBULANCE MEMBERS 



EMT-B 


EMT-I 


EMT-P 


Eric Borman 


Ken Patria 


Carylyn McEntee 


Sandy Powers 


Stephen 


Karen Edmunds 


David Gill 


Hoffman 


Michelle 


Mark Nichols 


Lynn Briggs 


Donovan 


Adam Levesque 


Scott Powers 


Gary Zirpolo 


Milton Leavitt 


Sarah Hubbird 


Shawn Jackson 


Devin McEntee 


Jamison 


Wanda Goodwin 


Jessica Patria 


Mayhew 


Allen Peck 


Jackie Smith 


Joanna 


Toni Bachand 


Derrick 


Umenhofer 


Simon Hutchings 


Sakowski 


Doug Whitney 


Lee Duval 


Rob Cole 


Kathleen 




Anthony 


Beland 




Bullock 


Don Cole 





ANNUAL REPORTS 

OF THE 

TOWN OFFICERS 

OF WILTON, NH 

FOR THE YEAR ENDING 

DECEMBER 31, 2008 



WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH 
COOPERATIVE 

& 
WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 

FOR THE 
YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2008 



INDEX 

Ambulance and Rescue 84 

Balance Sheet 16 

Budget Committee Report 15 

Budget for Town of Wilton 10 

Building Inspector Report 76 

Building Permits Issued in 2008 65 

Conservation Commission 80 

Cemetery Trustees Report 77 

Current Use Report 68 

Detailed Statement of Payments 35 

Fire Department 78 

Forest Fire Warden Report 78 

Health Department 83 

Heritage Commission 85 

Highway Department 74 

Home Health Care, Hospice & Community Services 89 

Inventory of Taxable Property 107 

Investment of the Trust Funds 55 

Library Director's Report 79 

Library Treasurer's Report 61 

Library Trustee's Report 79 

Milford Area Communications Center 81 

MS-5 18 

Nashua Regional Planning Commission 90 

Police Department 73 

Recycling Center 82 

Revenues, Detailed 13 

Schedule of Town Property 69 

Schedule of Town Owned Easements 70 

School District Report S1 

Selectmen's Report 71 

Sewer Department 81 

Summary Inventory of Valuation 68 

2008 Synopsis of Town Meetings and Election Results .... 92 

Tax Collector 57 

Tax Rate Computation 67 

Town Clerk 60 

Town Officer's 1 

Treasurer's Report 51 

Trustee of the Trust Funds 52 

Vital Statistics 103 

Warrant for Town Meeting 3 

Waterworks Report 75 

Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative High School S47 

Wilton-Lyndeborough Youth Center 86 

Wilton Main Street Association 87 



TOWN OFFICERS - 2008 



Selectmen: 

Richard D. Rockwood, 

Chair. 2009 
Daniel E. Donovan, III 2010 
William F. Condra 2011 

Tax Collector: 

Jane K. Farrell 2009 

Doreece J. Miller, Deputy 

Town Clerk: 

Jane K. Farrell 2011 

Doreece J. Miller, Deputy 

Treasurer: 

Gary S. Crooker 2009 

Mark H. Whitehill, Deputy 



Moderator: 




William J. Keefe 


2010 


Chief of Police: 




Brent Hautanen 




Auditors: 




Plodzik & Sanderson 


2009 


Budget Committee: 




Cary A. Hughes, Chair. 


2010 


Donald C. Davidson, Jr. 


2011 


Donna B. Pucciarello 


2011 


Daniel G. Levesque 


2010 


Mark H. Whitehill 


2010 


Elizabeth A. Castro 


2009 


David B. Tierney, Jr. 


2009 


Donald R. McGettigan, Sr 


.2009 


Joyce A. Fisk, School Bd. 


Member 


Richard D. Rockwood, 




Selectmen Member 



Planning Board: 

Jeffrey A. Kandt, Chair. 201 1 
J. Alexander MacMartin, Jr. 

Vice-Chair. 2009 
Matthew W. Fish 2011 

Brian Sullivan, 2010 

R. Neil Faiman 2009 

William F. Condra 

Selectmen Member 
L. David Holder, Alt. 
Walter S. Zuber, Alt. 
Dawn B. Tuomala, Alt. 

Trustee of the Trust Funds: 

John H. Hutchinson, 

Chair. 2011 

Elizabeth A. Castro 2010 

James Lamar Smith 2009 

Highway Agent: 

Stephen D. Elliott 

Zoning Board of Adjustment: 

R. Neil Faiman, Chair. 2011 
Carol R. Roberts, 

Co-Vice Chair 2009 

Robert E. Spear, Jr. 

Co-Vice Chair 2009 

P. Joseph Poisson 201 1 

James A. Tuttle 2010 

Joanna K. Eckstrom, Alt. 
Eric W. Fowler, Alt. 
Andrew V. Hoar, Alt. 
John A. Jowders, Alt. 

Supervisor of Checklist: 

Joan C. Pellerin, Chair. 2010 
Lori J. Rolke 2014 

Nancy Lee Claire 

Appt. March '08 2009 



TOWN OFFICERS - 2008 



Building Inspector: 

William F. Condra, Resigned 
Keith M. Carmen, Appt. 2/08 

Conservation Commission: 

Lynne E. Draper, Chair. 
Spencer C. Brookes II 
Laurence S. Coronis 
W. Bart Hunter 
William G. Mahar 
H. Alan Preston 
Leslie P. Tallarico 

Heritage Commission: 

Stanley T. Young, Chair. 
Michael G. Dell'Orto 
Nancy S. Clark 
Daniel E. Donovan III, 

Selectmen Member 
Corinne F. Blagbrough 
Phyllis P. Tallarico 
Donald R. Channing, Alt. 
David M. Potter, Alt. 

Library Director: 

Carol R. Roberts 

Library Trustees: 

Ronald E. Brown, Chair. 
Stanley T. Young, 

Vice Chair. & Treasurer 
Mary Ellen Brookes, Secretary 
Olga S. Brigham 
Harold C. Levine 
Sandra S. Perfito 
Gerald S. Wroe 

Health Officer: 

Rise Smyth-Freed 

Recycle Center: 

Maurice G. Guay, Sr. 

Daniel E. Donovan III, Select Mem. 



Overseer of Welfare: 

Keith M. Carmen 

Water Commissioners: 

James A. Tuttle, Chair. 2010 
C. Stanley Schultz, Jr. 2011 
Charles O. McGettigan, Jr. 2009 

Sewer Commissioners: 

C. Stanley Schultz, Jr. 

Chair. 2011 
Charles O. McGettigan, Jr. 2010 
James A. Tuttle 2009 

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: 

James T. Nelson, Chair 2009 

Resigned Nov. 2008 
Doreece J. Miller, Chair 201 1 
Maurine F. Donovan, 

Secretary 2010 
Brian Adams 2009 

Appt. Nov. 2008 

Parks & Playgrounds: 

Highway Department 

Nashua Regional Planning 
Committee: 

Joseph F. Torre 



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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 10, 2009 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: 

AMEND Definitions sections 3.1.1, Accessory Building and 3. 1.1 -a, . 
Accessory Use; to amend the existing text. 

The intent is to more clearly state the intended meaning of these two 
definitions. The primary use or building must be permitted and the 
accessory use or building is typically associated with the primary use 
or building. 
(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 Definitions section by ADDING sections 3.1.14-a, Junk and 
3.1.14-b, Junkyard. 

The intent is to add these standard definitions to avoid 
misinterpretation of these terms. These definitions support existing 
zoning related to permitted and prohibited uses within the town. 
(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 Definitions section 3.1.26, Public Right-of-way; to amend the 
existing text. 

The intent is to provide a more detailed definition that includes 
subdivision roads approved by the Planning Board and built to Town 

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standards that is offered to the Town, but may remain private. A road 
maintenance agreement and public use for access to approved 
properties are permanently provided for in subdivision approval. 
(This amendment has Planning Board approval.) 

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

AMEND Aquifer Protection District section 12.2, District Locations; to 
amend the text that defines the Wellhead Protection Area (WHPA), 
and replace Figure 12-1 depicting the WHPA. 

The intent is to update the delineation of the Wellhead Protection Area 
for the Town wells as detailed in section 12.2 and depicted in Figure 
12-1. The new delineation comes from the new report "WHPA 
Delineation - Abbott and Everett Production Wells Wilton, NH" by 
Emery and Garrett Groundwater, Inc (EGGI), 2008 
(This amendment has Planning Board approval.) 

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

AMEND Wall Signs section 16.5.1.3.2, Location and Height; to amend 
the existing text. 

AMEND Projecting Signs section 16.5.1.5.2, Location and Height; to 
amend the existing text. 

The intent is to correct an apparent erroneous reference to a sign type 
from a different section in each of the sections above; and to change 
the minimum height above ground for Wall signs from eight (8) feet to 
three and one-half (3.5) feet. The height change is consistent with 
some preexisting signs, which may now comply with Town standards. 
(This amendment has Planning Board approval.) 

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

AMEND Non-conforming Uses and Buildings section 17.3, Special 
Exceptions; to amend the existing text. 

The intent is to correct erroneous duplicate text and to reference the 
proper section in the Wireless Communications Overlay District. 
(This amendment has Planning Board approval.) 



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

AMEND Phasing of Developments section 18.1, Indicators of Growth; 
to amend the existing text. 

The intent is to more clearly state the current Planning Board data 
collection requirements and ask the School Districts to notify the 
Planning Board when school capacity exceeds 80 percent. 
(This amendment has Planning Board approval.) 

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

AMEND the Building Code Articles I, II, and III; to amend and replace 
existing text. 

The intent is to replace Article I, Preamble text with more appropriate 
language and to reference relevant state statutes. Amend and 
replace text in Article II, Buildings. The State Building Code is 
mandatory and has been in force since adoption by the legislature, 
replacing local building codes. This amendment removes text 
referencing the former national codes and those local amendments 
that no longer apply or are redundant, and clarifies enforcement 
authority. Amend text in Article III, Floodplain Development 
Regulations; to reference section 10, Floodplain Conservation District 
in zoning, so that the stricter applies to insure compliance with 
FEMA's minimum requirements. 
(This amendment has Planning Board approval.) 

You are further notified to appear at the Florence Rideout Elementary School 
Auditorium in said Wilton, Friday the 13th day of March 2009 at 7:30 P.M. to act 
upon the following: 

10. To see if the Town will vote to change the purpose of the existing Fire 
Station Addition/Renovation Capital Reserve Fund to the Fire Station 
Addition/Renovation/Purchase Capital Reserve Fund. (2/3 vote required). 
(Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this 
article.) 

11. To see if the Town will vote to discontinue the Emergency Services Building 
Capital Reserve Fund. Fund balance as of 12/31/2008 was eighty four 
thousand, six hundred thirty dollars and seventy-two cents ($84,630.72). 
Said funds, with accumulated interest to date of withdrawal, are to be 
transferred to the general fund or to take any other action relating thereto. 

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

12. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of eighty four 
thousand, six hundred thirty dollars and seventy-two cents ($84,630.72). to 
be added to the Fire Station Addition/Renovation/Purchase 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.) 

13. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of seven 
hundred ninety five thousand dollars ($795,000) for the purchase of land 
and building located at 148 Main Street, Tax Map & Lot K-066, a/k/a 
"Draper's", and to authorize withdrawal of four hundred ninety five thousand 
dollars ($495,000) from the Fire Station Addition/Renovation/Purchase 
Capital Reserve Fund previously established. The balance of monies, three 
hundred thousand dollars ($300,000) 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 three 
hundred thousand dollars ($300,000) to be added to the Fire Station 
Addition/Renovation/Purchase Capital Reserve Fund previously 
established. The monies to come from general taxation, or to take any 
other action relating thereto. 

This article is intended for consideration in the event the voters of Wilton do 

not authorize the purchase of the property located at 148 Main Street, Map 

& Lot K-066, as addressed previously in Warrant Article #13. 

(Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this 

article.) 

15. To see if the Town will vote to establish a Capital Reserve Fund under the 
provisions of RSA 35:1 for the purpose of Library Renovations and Repairs 
at the Wilton Public & Gregg Free Library and to raise and appropriate the 
sum of twenty five thousand dollars ($25,000) to be placed in this fund. The 
monies to come from general taxation, or to take any other action relating 
thereto. 

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

16. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of twenty 
thousand dollars ($20,000) to be added to the Town Hall Repair Project 



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.) 

17. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of fifty 
thousand dollars ($50,000) to be added to the Highway Department 
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.) 

18. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of one 
hundred sixty thousand dollars ($160,000) for the purchase of a new 
ambulance for the Wilton, Lyndeborough, Temple Volunteer Ambulance 
Association and to authorize the withdrawal of eighty thousand dollars 
($80,000) from the Ambulance Equipment Capital Reserve Fund previously 
established. Eight thousand dollars ($8,000) to be raised from Wilton's 
general taxation, Lyndeborough will raise forty thousand dollars ($40,000) 
and Temple will raise thirty two thousand dollars ($32,000), or to take any 
other action relating thereto. 

In explanation the full cost of the ambulance as shown, is the expense 
processed through Wilton's accounts. The amount to be raised from the 
Capital Reserve Account and by general taxation represents Wilton's 55% 
share of the cost of the Ambulance Association. If this purchase is 
approved by all three town meetings, Lyndeborough will pay 25% and 
Temple will pay 20% of the total cost respectively. 

In the event that either Lyndeborough or Temple voters do not authorize 

their portions Wilton will not expend these funds. 

(Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this 

article.) 

19. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of eleven 
thousand three hundred dollars ($11,300) to be used toward the incinerator 
decommissioning process and the reconfiguration engineering of the 
Recycling Center. 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 thirty one 
thousand dollars ($31,000) to purchase a new Police Cruiser and 
accompanying equipment, and to authorize the withdrawal of twelve 



thousand, five hundred dollars ($12,500) from the Police Cruiser Capital 

Reserve Fund created for the purchase, the remaining eighteen thousand 

five hundred dollars ($18,500) monies to come from general taxation, or to 

take any other action relating thereto. 

(Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this 

article.) 

21. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of seven 
thousand dollars ($7,000) to be used to purchase an industrial grade lawn 
mower for use in the cemeteries and by the parks and recreation 
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. 

22. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of three 
million, nine hundred eighty three thousand, four hundred eighty three 
dollars ($3,983,483) which represents the operating budget for the year 
2009 or to take any other action relating thereto. Said sum does not include 
any of the special or individual articles addressed. 

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

23. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Water Commissioners to enter 
into, pursuant to RSA 38:17 and RSA 53-A, an intermunicipal agreement 
with the Town of Milford pertaining to the supply and provision of water and 
related services, on such terms and conditions as the Commissioners deem 
in the best interest of the Town, or take action related thereto. 

(Wilton Water Commission recommends this article - Selectmen 
recommend this article.) 

24. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Town of Wilton to designate 
that section of Dwight Road between the present driveway on the lot 
identified on the Wilton Tax Maps as F-1 37-03 to Captain Clark Highway as 
a scenic road in accordance to RSA 231:157 or take any other action 
related thereto. This is the unimproved section of Dwight Road that is 
presently not maintained in the winter. 

(Heritage Commission recommends this article - Selectmen recommend 
this article.) 

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

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



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Given under our hands this 19 th day of February 2009. 

Richard D. Rockwood 

Daniel E. Donovan, III 

William F. Condra 

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 20 th day of February, 2009. 

Richard D. Rockwood 

Daniel E. Donovan, III 

William F. Condra 

Selectmen of Wilton, New Hampshire 



Town of Wilton 
2009 Budget Requests 







APPVD 08 


EST. 

ACTUAL 

2008 


2009 
REQUEST 


APPVD 09 


REQUEST 
INCREASE 


APPVD 
INCREASE 




GENERAL GOVERNMENT 














4131 


Town Officers Salaries 


6,900 


6,900 


6,900 


6,900 


0.00% 


0.00% 


4140 


Elections & Registrations 


2,425 


1,835 


645 


645 


-73.40% 


-73.40% 


4130 


Town Office Expense 


271,084 


289,299 


273,459 


276,959 


0.88% 


2.17% 


4153 


Legal Expense 


30,000 


5,015 


15,000 


15,000 


-50.00% 


-50.00% 


4195 


FICA/Retirement/Pension 


85,000 


88,105 


90,000 


90,000 


5.88% 


5.88% 


4191 


Planning Board 


45,100 


48,922 


46,900 


40,000 


3.99% 


-11.31% 


4192 


Zoning Board 


6,001 


3,620 


6,000 


4,000 


-0.02% 


-33.34% 


4194 


General Gov't Building 


47,050 


49,664 


48,350 


48,350 


2.76% 


2.76% 


4187 


Cemeteries 


36,766 


25,899 


36,766 


30,800 


0.00% 


-16.23% 


4202 


Benefit Package 


153,405 


161,315 


171,108 


171,108 


11.54% 


11.54% 


4193 


Unemployment Comp 


14,000 


16,799 


22,969 


22,969 


64.06% 


64.06% 


4198 


Workers Comp 


37,000 


31,995 


35,000 


35,000 


-5.41% 


-5.41% 


4196 


Insurance-Liability 


45,000 


44,901 


45,000 


45,000 


0.00% 


0.00% 


4600 


Contingency Fund 


5,000 





5,000 


5,000 


0.00% 


0.00% 




TOTAL 


784,731 


774,269 


803,097 


791,731 


2.34% 


0.89% 




















PUBLIC SAFETY 














4210 


Police Department 


460,000 


472,393 


471,520 


472,020 


2.50% 


2.61% 


4199 


Police Station 


19,195 


15,405 


18,195 


18,195 


-5.21% 


-5.21% 


4215 


W-L-T Ambulance 


252,751 


237,801 


252,909 


252,909 


0.06% 


0.06% 


4220 


Fire Department 


86,740 


76,716 


87,678 


88,178 


1.08% 


1.66% 


4240 


Building Inspection 


25,661 


9,922 


23,478 


23,478 


-8.51% 


-8.51% 


4290 


Emergency Management 


700 





700 


700 


0.00% 


0.00% 


4211 


Communications 


105,962 


106,173 


104,991 


104,991 


-0.92% 


-0.92% 


4313 


Hydrant Rental 


16,200 


16,560 


16,560 


16,560 


2.22% 


2.22% 




TOTAL 


967,209 


934,970 


976,031 


977,031 


0.91% 


1.02% 




















HIGHWAYS & STREETS 














4312 


Highway Maintenance 


442,004 


432,622 


413,779 


413,779 


-6.39% 


-6.39% 


4315 


Resurfacing 


302,571 


308,342 


437,000 


350,000 


44.43% 


15.68% 


4316 


Street Lighting 


26,000 


27,081 


26,000 


27,081 


0.00% 


4.16% 




TOTAL 


770,575 


768,045 


876,779 


790,860 


13.78% 


2.63% 




















SANITATION 














4324 


Recycling Center 


592,838 


575,917 


595,785 


595,785 


0.50% 


0.50% 


4326 


Municipal Sewer Dept 


218,801 


238,704 


205,560 


205,560 


-6.05% 


-6.05% 


4323 


Landfill Close 


6,000 


6,305 


6,000 


6,000 


0.00% 


0.00% 




TOTAL 


817,639 


820,926 


807,345 


807,345 


•1.26% 


-1.26% 



















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Town of Wilton 
2009 Budget Requests 







APPVD 08 


EST. 

ACTUAL 

2008 


2009 
REQUEST 


APPVD 09 


REQUEST 
INCREASE 


APPVD 
INCREASE 




















HEALTH 














4411 


Health Department/Officer 


1,000 


510 


1,000 


1,000 


0.00% 


0.00% 


4412 


Child Advocacy Center 


2,000 


2,000 


2,000 


2,000 


0.00% 


0.00% 


4416 


Home Health Care 


7,000 


7,000 


7,000 


7,000 


0.00% 


0.00% 


4417 


Monadnock Family Services 


5,029 


5,029 


5,029 


5,029 


0.00% 


0.00% 


4418 


Milford Mediation Program 


500 


500 


500 


500 


0.00% 


0.00% 


4423 


Milford Regional Counseling 


500 


500 






-100.00% 


-100.00% 


4419 


Host Homes 


500 


500 


1,000 


500 


100.00% 


0.00% 


4422 


Bridges 


750 


750 


1,000 


750 


33.33% 


0.00% 


4421 


Nashua Area Health (Lamprey) 


1,500 


1,500 


1,000 


1,000 


-33.33% 


-33.33% 


4424 


American Red Cross 


1,000 


1,000 






-100.00% 


-100.00% 




Keystone Hall 







2,000 











Harbor Homes 

















Court Appointed Sp Advocate 


JjJ 




500 











TOTAL 


19,779 


19,289 


21,029 


17,779 


6.32% 


-10.11% 




















WELFARE 














4415 


Aid to Disabled St. Joseph's 


1,300 


1,300 


1,170 


1,170 


-10.00% 


-10.00% 


4441 


General Assistance 


50,000 


52,743 


75,000 


60,000 


50.00% 


20.00% 




TOTAL 


51,300 


54,043 


76,170 


61,170 


48.48% 


19.24% 




















CULTURE & RECREATION 














4520 


Parks & Playgrounds 


10,350 


8,949 


8,937 


8,938 


-13.65% 


-13.64% 


4550 


Library 


197,609 


197,609 


199,000 


199,000 


0.70% 


0.70% 


4583 


Patriotic Purposes 


750 


750 


750 


750 


0.00% 


0.00% 


4521 


W-L Youth Center/Goss Park 


12,799 


12,799 


12,799 


12,799 


0.00% 


0.00% 


4611 


Conservation Commission 


5,430 


3,566 


5,580 


3,600 


2.76% 


-33.70% 


4609 


Conservation Acquisition Fund 


69,000 


69,000 








-100.00% 


-100.00% 


4610 


Heritage Commission 


700 


700 


700 


700 


0.00% 


0.00% 


4551 


Main Street Association 


10,000 


10,000 


20,000 


10,000 


100.00% 


0.00% 




TOTAL 


306,638 


303,373 


247,766 


235,787 


-19.20% 


-23.11% 




















DEBT SERVICE 






* 








4711 


Princ of L Term Bonds/Notes 


12,500 


12,500 


12,500 


12,500 


0.00% 


0.00% 


4713 


Local Share Sewer Principal 


19,680 


19,680 


19,680 


19,680 


0.00% 


0.00% 


4721 


Interest Expense Bonds/Notes 


18,000 


18,000 


18,000 


18,000 


0.00% 


0.00% 


4723 


Interest Tax Anticipation 
















Conservation Bond 
















TOTAL 


50,180 


50,180 


50,180 


50,180 


0.00% 


0.00% 



11 



Town of Wilton 
2009 Budget Requests 







APPVD 08 


EST. 

ACTUAL 

2008 


2009 
REQUEST 


APPVD 09 


REQUEST 
INCREASE 


APPVD 
INCREASE 




















CAPITAL OUTLAY 














4902 


Recycling Center 


30,000 


26,500 


11,300 


11,300 






4908 


Plows for Highway Equipment 
















Sander for F-550 






8,000 









4908 


Hwy Truck Replacement 


121,000 


116,778 










4905 


Fire Dept Equipment 


46,800 


46,854 










4912 


Police Cruiser 






31,000 


31,000 






4903 


Police Generator 














4903 


Police Computer & Software 


10,130 


10,080 










4900 


Fire Truck 














4903 


Police Video Recorder 


5,235 


5,215 










4903 


Police Evidence Locker 


5,850 


5,700 










4522 


WJAA Athletic Field 














4525 


Marden Road Improvements 
















Ambulance/Equipment 






160,000 


160,000 








Ambulance Bid Generator 






15,048 








4925 


Town Hall Point & Paint Ext 


53,000 


51,550 












Mower Cemetaries/Park&Rec 






7,000 


7,000 








Fire Station Add/Renovations 






795,000 


795,000 








Library Restoration 


6,825 


6,825 












Fire Dept. Building Plans 


50,000 


50,000 










4907 


Ambulance Protector Gear 


4.674 


4,674 










4523 


Conservation Dam Work 


2,750 


2,750 












Planning Water Monitoring 
















TOTAL 


336,264 


326,926 


1,027,348 


1,004,300 


205.52% 


198.66% 




















CAPITAL RESERVE FUNDS 














4921 


Ambulance 















4923/- 


Town Hall Renovation 


20,000 


20,000 


20,000 


20,000 






4922 


Landfill Closure (Dump) 
















Library Renovations 






50,000 


25,000 






4929 


Fire Station Add/Renovations 


200,000 


200,000 


384,631 


384,631 






4926 


Bridges 


60,000 


60,000 


60,000 









4912 


Police Dept Cruiser 


12,500 


12,500 










4915 


Fire Dept Vehicle 


40,000 


40,000 












4920 


Highway Department 






50,000 


50,000 








TOTAL 


332,500 


332,500 


564,631 


479,631 


69.81% 


44.25% 




















OTHER EXPENSES 














4331 


Municipal Water Dept 


252,600 


288,646 


251,600 


251,600 


-0.40% 


-0.40% 




TOTAL 


252,600 


288,646 


251,600 


251,600 


-0.40% 


■0.40% 




















GRAND TOTAL 


4,689,415 


4,673,167 


5,701,976 


5,467,414 


21.59% 


16.59% 



12 



Town of Wilton 
2009 Budget Requests 







APPVD 08 


EST. 

ACTUAL 

2008 


2009 
REQUEST 


APPVD 09 


REQUEST 
INCREASE 


APPVD 
INCREASE 




































TAXES 














3117,: 


Interest & Penalties Del Tax 


16,000 


44,949 


15,000 


15,000 


-6.25% 


-6.25% 


3186 


Yield Tax 


7,500 


5,777 


6,000 


6,000 


-20.00% 


-20.00% 


3195,: 


Interest & Penalties Res Tax 














3120, 


Land Use Change 


75,000 


11,000 


15,000 


15,000 


-80.00% 


-80.00% 


3188 


Payment in Lieu of Tax 


5,000 


6,338 


6,000 


6,000 


20.00% 


20.00% 


3119 


Gravel Tax 


17,000 


15,574 


15,000 


15,000 


-11.76% 


-11.76% 




TOTAL 


120,500 


83,638 


57,000 


57,000 


-52.70% 


-52.70% 




















INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVEN 










3351 


Shared Revenue 


64,378 


64,378 


65,000 


65,000 


0.97% 


0.97% 


3352 


State Revenue Tax Program 


170,000 


181,035 


175,000 


175,000 


2.94% 


2.94% 


3353 


Highway Subsidy 


106,000 


111,347 


115,895 


115,895 


9.33% 


9.33% 


3356 


Reimbursement Forest 


504 


494 


500 


500 


-0.79% 


-0.79% 


3357 


FEMA 





48,955 












3359 


RR Tax State 


200 


1,876 


200 


200 


0.00% 


0.00% 


3360 


Homeland Security 




















TOTAL 


341,082 


408,085 


356,595 


356,595 


4.55% 


4.55% 




















LICENSES & PERMITS 














3220, 


Motor Vehicle Permits 


550,000 


552,012 


550,000 


550,000 


0.00% 


0.00% 


3290 


Dog Licenses 


5,000 


1,895 


1,900 


1,900 


-62.00% 


-62.00% 


3295 


Town Office Reimbursement 


13,000 


13,000 


13,000 


13,000 


0.00% 


0.00% 


3291 


Marriage Licenses 


1,600 


2,394 


1,600 


1,600 


0.00% 


0.00% 


3211 


UCC Certificates 


1,000 


915 


1,000 


1,000 


0.00% 


0.00% 


3212 


Certified Copies 


3,000 


2,394 


2,500 


2,500 


-16.67% 


-16.67% 


3221 


Title Fees 


1,500 


1,523 


1,500 


1,500 


0.00% 


0.00% 


3230 


Building Permits 


6,000 


10,070 


8,000 


8,000 


33.33% 


33.33% 




TOTAL 


581,100 


584,203 


579,500 


579,500 


-0.28% 


-0.28% 




















CHARGES FOR SERVICES 














3400,: 


Income From Departments 


90,000 


70,835 


75,000 


75,000 


-16.67% 


-16.67% 


3421 


Recycling Other Towns 


235,000 


238,526 


363,500 


310,301 


54.68% 


32.04% 


3420,; 


Recycling Income 


165,000 


134,604 


125,000 


125,000 


-24.24% 


-24.24% 




TOTAL 


490,000 


443,965 


563,500 


510,301 


15.00% 


4.14% 




















MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE 














3500 


Interest on Deposits 


110,000 


54,586 


55,000 


55,000 


-50.00% 


-50.00% 




TOTAL 


110,000 


54,586 


55,000 


55,000 


-50.00% 


-50.00% 



















13 



Town of Wilton 
2009 Budget Requests 







APPVD 08 


EST. 

ACTUAL 

2008 


2009 
REQUEST 


APPVD 09 


REQUEST 
INCREASE 


APPVD 
INCREASE 




















OTHER FINANCING SOURCES 












3361 


Income From Water Dept 


252,600 


288,646 


251,600 


251,600 


-0.40% 


-0.40% 


3425 


Income From Sewer Dept 


218,801 


238,704 


205,560 


205,560 


-6.05% 


-6.05% 




Income Comstar Amb 


120,000 


127,773 


120,000 


120,000 


0.00% 


0.00% 




Income Lynd/Temp Portion 


56,808 


54,530 


50,183 


50,183 


-11.66% 


-11.66% 




Income Lynd/Temp Amb New 






72,000 


72,000 






3915 


Withdraw From Capital Reserve 


129,030 


107,051 


599,323 


672,131 


364.48% 


420.91% 


3505 


Income From Trust Fund 


12,511 


16,186 


16,000 


16,000 


27.89% 


27.89% 


3350 


Road improvements 
















Main Street TE Grant 
































TOTAL 


789,750 


832,890 


1,314,666 


1,387,474 


66.47% 


75.69% 




















TOTAL REVENUE 


2,432,432 


2,407,367 


2,926,261 


2,945,870 


20.30% 


21.11% 




















Total Appropriations 


4,689,415 


4,673,167 


5,701,976 


5,467,414 


21.59% 


16.59% 




















Total Revenue 


2,432,432 


2,407,367 


2,926,261 


2,945,870 


20.30% 


21.11% 




















Taxes To Be Raised 


2,256,983 


2,265,800 


2,775,715 


2,521,544 


22.98% 


11.72% 



14 



BUDGET COMMITTEE REPORT 

Budget preparation started In September this year. The committee knew it was 
going to be a challenging year with the state of the economy. The Selectmen 
asked all departments to bring a flat budget to us. We worked hand and hand 
with the department heads to trim anywhere possible. Our sincere thanks go to 
all departments who not only came in with a flat budget, but in most cases came 
in with a reduced budget. At this point we did not want to look at reducing 
services, however, the good hard questions still had to be asked and answered. 

The proposed operating budget is actually down from last year by $35,000.00, 
but the capital expenditures make the total appropriation higher. For accounting 
purposes we have listed $300,000.00 in capital outlay and in capital reserve. If 
the capital outlay warrant is not approved for the firehouse purchase we want to 
put $300,000.00 in capital reserve. Either way we vote, $300,000.00 will come 
out of total appropriations. If no additional funds are raised during town meeting, 
projected "taxes to be raised" would be $2,521,544.00, which is $35,439.00 less 
than last year's projected number. 

Again, we would like to thank all Town employees for their continued level of 
service and understanding in reaching these goals during these extreme 
economic times. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
The Budget Committee 



15 



Town of Wilton 

Balance Sheet 

December 31 ,2008 



Assets 



788 
258,886 
26,943 
(5,195) 
(3,931) 



Cash 

Petty Cash $ 

General Fund $ 

Ambulance Fund $ 

Sewer Fund $ 

Water Fund $ 
Investment Accounts 

Ocean National Savings Bank $ 2,875,205 

Municipal Money Market Account $ 797,849 

Investment - NHPDIP $ 620 

Water Department $ 180,460 

Conservation Commission _$ 67,970 

Unredeemed Taxes 

Uncollected Taxes 
Property Taxes 
Yield Tax 

Allowance for Uncollectible Taxes 

Assistance & Welfare Liens 

Allowance for Uncollectible Assistance & Welfare Liens 

Water Receivables 

Sewer Receivables 

Accounts Receivable 

Due from Water Fund 

Due from Trust Funds 

Due from Capital Reserves 

Capital Reserves 

Ambulance 

Bridges 

Cooley Park Improvement Project 

Emergency Service Building 

Fire Department Vehicle/Equipment 

Fire Station Renovation & Addition 

Highway Equipment 

Police Equipment 

Recycling Center 

Recycle/Closure 

Town Hall Repair Project 

Water - Maintenance Well Pumps & Equipment 

Water - Acquiring Quinn Brothers Lot 

Water Line Installation - Eastview to Lower Main Stre 

Water Tank Painting 
Total Capital Reserve 

Total Assets 







$ 


4,199,595 






$ 


103,657 


$ 


497,238 






$ 


62 










$ 


497,301 






$ 


(51,000) 






$ 


15,257 






$ 


(15,257) 






$ 


2,473 






$ 


21,423 






$ 


2,670 






$ 


16,753 






$ 


11,947 






$ 


66,778 


$ 


79,699 






$ 


147,765 






$ 


87,517 






$ 


84,631 






$ 


53,108 






$ 


426,935 






$ 


95,100 






$ 


13,234 






$ 


38,618 






$ 


26,962 






$ 


73,090 






$ 


4,505 






$ 


511,383 






! $ 


21,221 






$ 


78,373 







$ 1,742,141 
$ 6,613,738 



16 



Liabilities 



Cash Offset 

Ambulance Department 
Water Department 
Sewer Department 
Conservation Commission 



Capital Reserve Offset 
Capital Reserve Offset - Water 



Accounts Payable 

Due to Sewer Fund 

Due to Ambulance Fund 

Due to Conservation Commission 

Deferred Revenue (Recycle Towns) 
Town of Wilton 
Town of Greenville 
Town of Lyndeborough 
Town of Mason 
Town of Temple 



Schools 

Due to Wilton School District 

Due to Wilton Lyndeborough Co-Op 



Total Liabilities 



Reserve for Encumbrances 
Unreserved Fund Balance 



Total Liabilities & Equity Accounts 



Fund Balance December 31, 2007 
Fund Balance December 31 , 2008 

Change in Financial Condition 



$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 


26,943 

179,002 

16,229 

67,970 


$ 


290,144 


$ 
$ 


1,126,659 
615,482 


$ 


1,742,141 






$ 


2,094 






$ 


61,801 






$ 


14,371 






$ 


69,000 


$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 


3,800 
2.133 
1,689 
1.240 
1,434 


$ 


10,296 


$ 
$ 


1,133,844 
1.457.740 


$ 


2,591,583 






$ 


4,781,432 






$ 
$ 


102,411 
1,729.896 






$ 


6,613,738 


$ 
$ 


1,648,827 
1,729,896 







$ 81,069 



17 



form F-65( MS-5) 

(7-1-2008) 



STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ADMINISTRATION 

MUNICIPAL SERVICES DIVISION 




ANNUAL CITY/TOWN 
FINANCIAL REPORT 



Town of Wilton 

Chairman Board of Selectmen 

PO Box 83 

Wilton, NH 03086 

(Unaudited) 



(Please correct any error in name, address, and ZIP Code) 



PLEASE 
RETURN 
COMPLETED 
FORM TO 



State of New Hampshire 

Department of Revenue Administration 

Municipal Services Division 

PO Box 487 

Concord, NH 03302*0487 

Telephone: (603) 271-3397 



GENERAL FUND - Revenues and expenditures for the period - Specify ? 

January 1, 2008 to December 31, 2008 

OR 

July 1,2008 to June 30, 2009 



A. REVENUES - Modified Accrual 

1. Revenue from taxes (Including state education) 

a. Property taxes (commitment less overlay 
plus Section C, line 6, column (c).. page 12) 



Account 
No. 



3110 



Amount 
(b) 



T01 

$ 8,279,362.00 



b. State and local taxes assessed 
for school districts 



$ 5,494,333.00 



4933 



T01 



c. Land use change taxes - General Fund 



3120 



$11,000.00 



T01 



d. Land use change taxes - Conservation Fund 



3121 



T01 



e. Resident taxes 



3180 



T01 



f. Timber taxes 



3185 



$5,700.00 



U99 



g. Payments in lieu of taxes 



3186 



$6,338.00 



T01 



h. Other taxes (Explain on separate schedule) 



3189 



T01 



i. Interest and penalties on delinquent taxes 



3190 



$64,329.00 



T99 



j. Excavation Tax (@ $.02 per cu. yd.) 



3187 



$15,574.00 



k. TOTAL (Excluding line 1b) 



$ 8,382,303.00 



2. TOTAL revenues for education purposes 

(This entry should be used by the few municipalities which 
have dependent school districts only) 



3. Revenue from licenses, permits, and fees 

a. Business licenses and permits 



T28 



3210 



$3,274.00 



T01 



b. Motor vehicle permit fees 



3220 



$553,535.00 



T29 



c. Building permits 



3230 



$10,070.00 



18 



W23SM GENERAL FUND (Continued) 


A. REVENUES - Modified Accrual (Continued) 

3. Revenue from licenses, permits, and fees 
(Continued) 

d. Other licensing and permit taxes 


Account 
No. 

(a) 


Amount 
(b) 


3290 


729 

$3,560.00 






$ 570,439.00 


G, TOTAL * 


4. Revenue from the federal government 

a. Housing and urban renewal (HUD) 


3311 


B50 
$ 


b. Environmental protection 


3312 


B89 


c. Other federal grants and reimbursements - Specify -g 


3319 


BB9 






$ 0.00 


u. TOTAL — " w 


5. Revenue from the State of New Hampshire 

a. Shared revenue block grant 


3351 


C30 

$ 64,378.00 


b. Meals and rooms distribution 


3352 


C30 

$181,035.00 


c. Highway block grant 


3353 


046 $111,347.00 


d. Water pollution grants 


3354 


C89 


e. Housing and community development 


3355 


C5D 


f. State and federal forest land reimbursement 


3356 


C89 

$494.00 


g. Flood control reimbursement 


3357 


C89 


h. Other state grants and reimbursements - Specify g 
FEMA and Railroad 


3359 


C89 

$50,831.00 






$ 408,085.00 




6. Revenue from other governments 

Intergovernmental revenue - Other 


3379 


D89 
$ 


7. Revenue from charges for services 

(Exclude interfund transfers) 

a. Income from departments 


3401 


A89 

S 83,835.00 


b. Water supply system charges 


3402 


A91 


c. Sewer user charges 


3403 


A80 


d. Garbage-refuse charges 


3404 


A81 

$373,130.00 


e. Electric user charges 


3405 


A92 


f. Airport fees 


3406 


AG1 


g. Parking 




A60 


h. Transit or bus system 




A94 


I. Parks and Recreation 




A61 


j. Cemeteries 




A03 


k. Toll highways 




A45 


1. Other charges 


3409 


A89 


m TftTAI ■■■ ■ ■ ■ ■■■ h. 




$ 456,965.00 


m. 1 \* IAL ^ 



19 



FORM F-65(MS-5) (7-1-2008) 









WZ3M GENERAL FUND (Continued) 


A. REVENUES - Modified Accrual (Continued) 
8. Revenue from miscellaneous sources 

a. Special assessments 


Account 
No. 

(a) 


Amount 

(b) 


3500 


U01 

S 


b. Sale of municipal property 


3501 


U11 


c. Interest on investments 


3502 


U20 

$54,586.00 


d. Rents of property 


3503 


U40 


e. Fines and forfeits 


3504 


U30 


f. Insurance dividends and reimbursements 


3506 


U99 


g. Contributions and donations 


3508 


UB0 


h. Other miscellaneous sources not otherwise classified 


3509 


U99 






$ 54,586.00 


1. TUTAL " " W 


9. Interfund operating transfers in 

a. Transfers from special revenue fund 


3912 


$ 


b. Transfers from capital projects fund 


3913 




c. Transfers from proprietary funds 


3914 




d. Transfers from capital reserve fund 


3915 


$121,774.00 


e. Transfers from trust and fiduciary funds 


3916 


$11,947.00 


f. Transfers from conservation fund 


3917 








$ 133,721.00 


g. TOTAL * 


10. Other financial sources 

a. Proceeds from long-term notes and 
general obligation bonds 


3934 


$ 


b. Proceeds from all other bonds 


3935 




c. Other long-term financial sources 


3939 








S 0.00 


0. TUTAL ' 






$ 15,500,432.00 




12. TOTAL FUND EQUITY (Beginning of year) 




S 1,696,265.00 


[onouiQ 6QU3I une o.^t, coiumn o, pstyB v) * 


1 3. TOTAL OF LINES 1 1 AND 1 2 




S 17,196,697.00 


(onouio equal une z\, page oj w 


Remarks 



FORM F-65(MS-5) (7-1-2008) 



20 



ftZZHJI GENERAL FUND (Continued) 


B. EXPENDITURES - Modified Accrual 
1 . General government 

a. Executive 


Account 
No. 

(a) 


Total 
expenditure 

(b) 


Equipment and 
land purchases 

(c) 


Construction 
(d) 


4130 


E29 

$ 6,900.00 


G29 
$ 


F29 
$ 


b. Election and registration 


4140 


E89 

$1,835.00 


G89 


F89 


c. Financial administration 


4150 


E23 

$282,899.00 


G23 


F23 


d. Revaluation of property 


4152 


E23 


G23 


F23 


e. Legal expense 


4153 


E25 

$5,015.00 


G25 


F25 


f. Personnel administration 


4155 


E29 

$104,904.00 


G29 


F29 


g. Planning and zoning 


4191 


E29 

$52,542.00 


G29 


F29 


h. General government building 


4194 


E31 

$49,664.00 


G31 


F31 


i. Cemeteries 


4195 


E03 

$25,899.00 


G03 


F03 


j. Insurance not otherwise allocated 


4196 


E03 

$206,248.00 


G03 


F03 


k. Advertising and regional association 


4197 


E89 


G89 


F89 


1. Other general government 


4199 


E89 


G89 


F89 

$51,550.00 






$ 735,906.00 


$ 0.00 


$ 51,550.00 




2. Public safety 

a. Police 


4210 


E62 

$ 487,798.00 


G62 
$ 


F62 
$ 


b. Ambulance 


4215 


E32 

$76,227.00 


G32 


F32 


c. Fire 


4220 


E24 

$76,716.33 


G24 


F24 


d. Building inspection 


4240 


E66 

$9,922.00 


G66 


F66 


e. Emergency management 


4290 


E89 


G89 


F89 


f. Other public safety (including communications) 


4299 


E89 

$108,471.00 


G89 


F89 






$ 759,134.33 


$ 0.00 


$ 0.00 


g. TUIAL — ■— -- » 


3. Airport/Aviation center 
a. Administration 


4301 


$ 


$ 


$ 


b. Airport operations 


4302 








c. Other 


4309 












E01 

<r n nn 


G01 

$ 0.00 


F01 

$ 0.00 


fl, IUIAL W 


j* 


Remarks 



21 



FORM F-65(MS-5) (7-1-2008) 



■^" GENERAL FUND (Continued) 


B. EXPENDITURES - Modified Accrual 
(Continued) 

4. Highways and streets 

a. Administration 


Account 
No. 

(a) 


Total 
expenditure 

(b) 


Equipment and 
land purchases 

(c) 


Construction 

(d) 


4311 


E44 
$ 


G44 
S 


F44 

s 


b. Highways and streets 


4312 


E44 

$758,375.00 


G44 


F44 


c. Bridges, railroad crossing 


4313 


E44 


G44 


F44 


d. Street lighting 


4316 


E44 

$27,081.00 


G44 


F44 


e. Toll highways 


4316 


E45 


G45 


F45 


f. Other highway, streets, and bndges 


4319 


E44 


G44 


F44 






$ 785,456.00 


S 0.00 


S 0.00 




5. Sanitation 

a. Administration 


4321 


ES0 
S 


G80 

s 


F80 

s 


b. Solid waste collection 


4323 


E81 


G81 


F81 


c. Solid waste disposal 


4324 


E81 

$566,833.00 


G81 


F81 


d. Solid waste clean-up 


4325 


E81 


G81 


F81 


e. Sewage collection and disposal 


4326 


E80 


G80 


F80 


f. Other sanitation 


4329 


E80 

$6,305.00 


GS0 


F80 






$ 573,138.00 


s 0.00 


s 0.00 


g. TUTAL ' ' 


6. Water distribution and treatment 

a. Administration 


4331 


S 


s 


s 


b. Water services 


4332 








c. Water treatment 


4335 








d. Water conservation 


4338 








e. Other water 


4339 












E9^ 

S 0.00 


G81 

S 0.00 


F91 

S 0.00 




7. Electric 

a. Administration 


4351 


s 


s 


s 


b. Generation 


4352 








c. Purchase costs 


4353 








d. Equipment maintenance 


4354 








e. Other electric 


4359 








f TAT ft 1 ..... b 




E92 

S 0.00 


G92 

S 0.00 


F92 

S 0.00 


I. TUTAL W 



FORM F-65iMS-5) (7-1-2008) 



22 



mm** GENERAL FUND (Continued) 


B. EXPENDITURES - Modified Accrual 
(Continued) 

8. Health 

a. Administration 


Account 
No. 
(a) 


Total 
expenditure 

(b) 


Equipment and 
land purchases 

(c) 


Construction 
(d) 


4411 


$ 910.00 


S 


S 


b. Pest control 


4414 








c. Health agencies and hospitals 


4415 


$20,279.00 






d. Vital statistics 


4140 








e. Other health 


4419 












E32 

$ 21,189.00 


G32 

S 0.00 


F32 

$ 0.00 


f. TOTAL ""'" """ * 


9. TOTAL expenditures for education purposes 

{ This entry should be used by the few 
municipalities which have dependent school 
districts only) 




$ 


$ 


$ 


10. Welfare 

a. Administration 


4441 


E79 

$ 


G79 
$ 


F79 
$ 


b. Direct assistance 


4442 


E67 

$47,331.00 






c. Intergovernmental welfare payments 


4444 


M79 






d. Vendor payments 


4445 


E75 






e. Other welfare 


4449 


E79 


G79 


F79 






$ 47,331.00 


$ 0.00 


S 0.00 


fi TOTAL — w 


11. Culture and recreation 

a. Parks and recreation 


4520 


E61 

$ 21,748.00 


G61 

s 


F61 

s 


b. Library 


4550 


E52 

$197,609.00 


G52 


F52 


c. Patriotic purposes 


4583 


E61 

$750.00 


G61 


F61 


d. Other culture and recreation 


4589 


E61 

$10,000.00 


G61 


F61 


n TOT A 1 — lk 




S 230,107.00 


$ 0.00 


S 0.00 


e. IUIAL — W 


12. Conservation 

a. Administration 


4611 


$ 20,523.00 


s 


$ 


b. Purchase of natural resources 


4612 


$69,000.00 






c. Other conservation 


4619 


$677.00 






d. TOTAL ► 




E59 

$ 90,200.00 


G59 

S 0.00 


F59 

$ 0.00 


1 3. Redevelopment and housing 

a. Administration 


4631 


$ 


$ 


s 


b. Redevelopment and housing 


4632 








r. TAT A 1 — w 




E50 

$ 0.00 


G50 

$ 0.00 


F50 

$ 0.00 


C IUIAL 1 





23 



FORM F-65(MS-5) (7-1-2008} 













BUM GENERAL FUND (Continued) 


B. EXPENDITURES - Modified Accrual 
(Continued) 

14. Economic development 
a. Administration 


Account 
No. 

(a) 


Total 
' expenditure 

(b) 


Equipment and 
land purchases 

(c) 


Construction 
(d) 


4651 


$ 


$ 


$ 


b. Economic development 


4652 








c. Other economic development 


4659 












E89 

$ 0.00 


G89 

$ 0.00 


F89 

$ 0.00 




15. Debt service 

a. Principal long term bonds and notes 


4711 


$ 32,180.00 






b. Interest on long term bonds and notes 


4721 


I89 

$7,388.00 






c. Interest on tax and revenue anticipation notes 


4723 


I89 






d. Other debt service charges 


4790 


E23 










$ 39,568.00 






0. TUTAL " "'"■" ^ 


16. Capital outlay (not reported above) 

a. Land and improvements 


4901 




G89 
$ 


F89 


b. Machinery, vehicles, and equipment 


4902 




G89 

$211,127.00 




c. Buildings 


4903 






F89 

$1,099.00 


d. Improvements other than buildings 


4909 






F89 






$0.00 


$ 211,127.00 


$1,099.00 


e. TUTAL ■ ■ ■- w 


1 7. Interfund operating transfers out 

a. Transfers to special revenue funds 


4912 


$ 






b. Transfers to capital projects funds 


4913 








c. Transfers to proprietary funds 


4914 








d. Transfers to capital reserve funds 


4915 


$349,375.00 






e. Transfers to expendable trust funds 


4916 








f. Transfers to nonexpendable trust funds 


4918 








r. TrtT A 1 - .— hi 




$ 349,375.00 






9- TUTAL W 


Remarks 



FORM F-65IMS-5) (7-1-2008) 



24 



m-J*i*m GENERAL FUND (Continued) 


B. EXPENDITURES - Modified Accrual 
(Continued) 

18. Payments to other governments 

a. Taxes assessed for county 


Account 
No. 

(a) 


Amount 
(b) 


Equipment and 
land purchases 

(c) 


Construction 
Id) 


4931 


$ 464,943.00 






b. Taxes assessed for precincts/village districts 


4932 








c. Locai education taxes assessed 


4933 


$4,513,185.00 






d. Taxes assessed for State 


4934 


$981,148.00 






e. Payments to other governments 


4939 








f. TC 






$ 5,959,276.00 








19. TOTAL 






S 9,590,680.33 


S 211,127.00 


$ 52,649.00 


BArCNUITUntS *• 


20. TOTAL FUND EQUITY (End of year) 

(Should equal line B.2f, column c, on page 9 and 
line 13 on page 3, less line 19 above) ► 




$ 1,867,006.00 






21. TOTAL OF LINES 19 AND 20 




$ 11,457,686.33 






(Should equal line 13 on page 3) >■ 


IJtIIII 

This area may be used to provide the detail requested wherever "Explain" or "Specify" is found. 


Account 
number 

(a) 


Item 
(b) 


Amount 
(c) 























































































25 



FORM F-65(MS-5) (7-1-2008) 











Enm GFNFRAI FUND RAl ANCF SHFFT 






Modified Accrual 


A. ASSETS 

1. Current assets 

a. Cash and equivalents 


Account 
No. 

(a) 


Beginning of year 
(b) 


End of year 
(c) 


1010 


$ 3,543,196.00 


S 3,933,347.00 


b. Investments 


1030 






c. Taxes receivable (From Section D, page 12) 


1080 


$317,800.00 


$482,238.00 


d. Tax liens receivable (From Section D, page 12) 


1110 


$143,684.00 


$102,657.00 


e. Accounts receivable 


1150 


$12,663.00 


$2,670.00 


f. Due from other governments 


1260 


$63,855.00 




g. Due from other funds 


1310 


$3,330.00 


$95,477.00 


h. Other current assets 


1400 






i. Tax deeded property (subject to resale) 


1670 










$ 4,084,528.00 


$ 4,616,389.00 


j, total. Asstis (onouio equal line tij/ * 


B. LIABILITIES AND FUND EQUITY 
1. Current liabilities 

a. Warrants and accounts payable 


2020 


S 14,404.00 


$ 2,094.00 


b. Compensated absences payable 


2030 






c. Contracts payable 


2050 






d. Due to other governments 


2070 






e. Due to school districts 


2075 


$2,257,489.00 


$2,591,820.00 


f. Due to other funds 


2080 


$11,914.00 


$145,173.00 


g. Deferred revenue 


2220 


$96,767.00 


$10,296.00 


h. Notes payable - Current 


2230 






i. Bonds payable - Current 


2250 






j. Other payables 


2270 










$ 2,380,574.00 


S 2,749,383.00 




2. Fund equity 

a. Reserve for encumbrances (Please detail on page 10) 


2440 


S 7,689.00 


S 102,411.00 


b. Reserve for continuing appropriations (Detail on page 10) 


2450 






c. Reserve for appropriations voted from surplus 


2460 






d. Reserve for special purposes (Please detail on page 10) 


2490 






e. Unreserved fund balance 


2530 


$1,696,265.00 


$1,764,595.00 






$ 1,703,954.00 


S 1,867,006.00 




3. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND FUND EQUITY 




S 4,084,528.00 


$ 4,616,389.00 


(Shouid equal line Alj) — ■ ■ ► 





FORM F-6S(MS-5) (7-1-2008) 



26 



P^TIlt'g DETAIL 

This section may be used to provide the detail requested wherever "Explain" or "Specify" is found. If additional space 
is needed, please add extra pages using the following format. Please show the detail and the total for each. 


Account 
number 

(a) 


Item 
(b) 


Amount 

(c) 






























































Please Detail Reserves from page 9 (Balance Sheet) 


Account 
number 

(a) 


Item 
(b) 


Amount 
(c) 
























































M£E3M GENERAL FUND 


A. PLEASE LIST THE ANNUAL REQUIREMENTS TO AMORTIZE ALL GENERAL OBLIGATION 

(Debt as of (enter date) 1 2/31/2008 for the ensuing five years) 




Year 

(a) 


Principal 
(b) 


Interest 

(c) 


Total 
(d) 


1. 


2009 


$ 49,360.00 


$ 7,388.00 


$ 56,748.00 


2. 


2010 


$39,360.00 


$4,920.00 


$44,280.00 


3. 


2011 


$39,360.00 


$2,952.00 


$42,312.00 


4. 


2012 


$39,360.00 


$984.00 


$40,344.00 


5. 










6. SUBTOTAL (Sum of lines 1-5) 




$167,440.00 


$16,244.00 


$183,684.00 


7. Remaining periods of debt 














$ 167,440.00 


c 16,24400 


s 183,684.00 


8. TUTAL ~ 




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28 



mSMM 1 RECONCILIATIONS 


A. RECONCILIATION OF SCHOOL DISTRICT LIABILITY 

1 . School district liability at beginning of year 
(Account number 2075, column b, on page 9) 


Amount 


$ 2,257,488.00 


2. Add: School district assessment for current year 


$ 5,494,333.00 


3. TOTAL LIABILITY WITHIN CURRENT YEAR (Sum of lines 1 and 2) 


$ 7,751,821.00 


4. SUBTRACT: Payments made to school district 


< 5,160,001.00 > 


5. School district liability at end of year (lines 3 less line 4) 
(Account number 2075, column c, on page 9) 


2,591,820.00 


B. RECONCILIATION OF TAX ANTICIPATION NOTES 

1 . Short-term (TANS) debt at beginning of year 


Amount 


61V 
$ 


2. ADD: New issues during current year 


. 


3. SUBTRACT: Issues retired during current year 


< - > 


4. Short-term (TANS) debt outstanding at end of year (Lines 1+2-3) 
(Be sure to include (TANS) in Account number 2230, column c, page 9) 


64V < 

$ 


PLEASE REFER TO THE INSTRUCTIONS TO COMPLETE SECTIONS C AND D 


C. ALLOWANCE FOR ABATEMENTS 
WORKSHEET 

1. Overlay/Allowance for Abatements (Beginning of year) * 


Current year 
(a) 


Prior years 
(b) 


TOTAL 
(c) 


$63,914 


32,696 


132,604 


2. SUBTRACT: Abatements made (From tax collector's report) 


9,857 


450 


10,307 


3. SUBTRACT: Discounts 








4. SUBTRACT: Refunds (Cash abatements) 


11,828 


176 


12,004 


5. ESTIMATED ALLOWANCE FOR ABATEMENTS AT END OF YEAR ** 


15,000 


1,000 


16,000 


6. Excess of estimate (Add to revenue on page 1, line 1a) 


27,229 


31,070 


58,299 


*Use overlay amount for column (a) and use last year's balance of line 5, Allowance for Abatements 

f 
for column b (see your form from last year). 

**The amount in column c will go into line 1 (b) for next year's worksheet. 


D. TAXES/LIENS RECEIVABLE WORKSHEET 

1 . Uncollected, end of year 


1080 

taxes 

(a) 


1110 liens 
(b) 


TOTALS 

(c) 


497,238 


103,657 


600,895 


2. SUBTRACT: "Overlay" carried forward as Allowance for Abatements 
(from Worksheet C, line 5) 


15,000 


1,000 


16,000 


3. Receivable, end of year * 


482,238 


102,657 


584,895 


* (These amounts are entered on page 9, account numbers 1080 and 1110, column c) 



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m-JTiVM SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION WORKSHEET 

A. INTERGOVERNMENTAL EXPENDITURES 

Report payments made to the State or other local governments on reimbursement or cost-sharing 

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Purpose 
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this fiscal year 

N 


Bonds during this fiscal year 


Outstanding at the 
end of this fiscal year 

(e) 


Issued Retired 
(c) (d) 


Industrial revenue 


19T 


24T 34T 


44T 


Ai; other debt 


19U 

$219,300.00 


29U 39J 

$51,860.00 


49U 

$167,440.00 


Interest on water debt 


191 




C. SALARIES AND WAGES 


Total wages paid 


Report here the total salaries and wages paid to all employees of your city before deductions 
for social security, retirement, etc. Include also salaries and wages paid to employees of any 
utility owned and operated by your government, as well as salaries and wages of city 
employees charged to construction projects. These amounts may be taken from the W3 form 
filed by your government for the year ended December 31. 


Z00 

$1,258,635.00 


D. CASH AND INVESTMENTS HELD AT END OF FISCAL YEAR 

Report separately for each of the two types of funds listed below, the total amount of cash on hand and on deposit 
and investments in Federal Government. Federal agency, State and local government, and nor-governmental 
securities. Report all investments at market value. Exclude accounts receivable, value of real property, and all 
non-security assets. 


Type of fund 

(a) 


Amount at end of fiscal year 
Omit cents 


Bond funds - Unexpended proceeds from sale of bond issues held pending 
disbursement 


W31 


All other funds except employee retirement funds and nonexpendable 
trust funds. 


W61 

$4,199,595.00 


Remarks 



FORM F-65<>,4S-5) rM-2006) 



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Town of Wilton 

Detailed Statement of Payments 

FY 2008 





Town Office Expense 






Appropriation = 


= $271,084 




Salary Appraiser 






25,211.00 


Welfare Director 






351.20 


Salary Accountant 






15,750.00 


Labor-Secretary 






51,003.50 


Labor-Clerk 






47,095.32 


Labor-Clerical 






41,728.55 


Labor-Assistant 






33,192.00 


Advertising 






917.04 


Audit 






15,000.00 


Computer Service 






557.50 


Computer Support 






3,782.75 


Contract Services 






10,396.05 


Conventions 






230.00 


Dog Tax 






1,617.50 


Dues-Subscriptions 






3,664.73 


Equipment New 






7,596.41 


Fees-State 






4,464.00 


Insurance 






283.00 


Medical 






81.00 


Miscellaneous 






115.00 


Postage 






4,191.77 


Printing 






415.84 


Recording Fee 






315.50 


Refunds 






16.00 


Service Contract 






363.70 


Supplies 






5,409.16 


Tax Liens 






1,546.00 


Phone Expense 






4,444.56 


Tax Map Update 






1,200.00 


Town Report 






1,457.60 


Travel 






502.19 

282,898.87 



Salary Selectmen 
Salary Treasurer 
Salary Trustees 



Town Officers Salaries 
Appropriation = $6,900 



5,400.00 
750.00 
750.00 



6,900.00 



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Town Hall Building 
Appropriation ■ $53,000 



Town Hall Repair 



Elections & Registrations 
Appropriation = $2,425 



51,550.00 



51,550.00 



Labor-Moderator 






244.12 


Labor-Supervisor 






262.87 


Labor-Ballot Clerks 






1,115.64 


Advertising 






84.28 


Supplies 






127.73 




Legal Expe 


nse 






Appropriation = 


$30,000 




Legal Expense 






5,015.09 




Cemeteries 






Appropriation = 


$36,766 




Labor-Part Time 






169.00 


Labor-Holiday 






447.00 


Labor-Laurel Hill 






8,784.51 


Labor-Mt. Calvary 






3,428.00 


Labor-South Yard 






1,592.25 


Labor-Vale End 






1,384.50 


Contract Services 






2,361.53 


Electricity 






105.98 


Equipment New 






837.75 


Gasoline 






1,100.00 


Maps 






3,022.71 


Repair Parts 






604.17 


Repairs-Equipment 






157.28 


Supplies 






1,740.21 


Travel 






37.80 


Water Service 






100.00 


Cash Receipts 






25.00 


Cemeteries-Other 






1.00 



1,834.64 



5,015.09 



25,898.69 



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Planning Board 
Appropriation = $60,100 



Labor-Clerical 




8,086.75 




Advertising 




1,067.73 




Contract Services 




1,237.50 




Dues-Subscriptions 




2,919.00 




Miscellaneous 




108.00 




NRPC-Circuit Rider 




14,176.25 




NRPC-Eng Review 




4,991.25 




Postage 




649.69 




Printing 




77.06 




Supplies 




167.56 




Training 




286.00 




Wellhead Protection Study 




15,000.00 




Zoning Book 


Zoning Board 
Appropriation = $6,001 


155.00 


48,921.79 


Labor-Clerical 




1,327.95 




Advertising 




574.86 




Contract Services 




1,170.00 




Postage 




396.74 




Training 




150.00 


3,619.55 


Unemployment Compensation 








Appropriation = $14,000 






State Unemployment Tax 


Buildings 
Appropriation = $47,050 


16,799.00 


16,799.00 


Labor-Highway 




280.00 




Labor-Janitorial 




3,730.00 




Contract Services 




758.00 




Electricity 




6,427.35 




Heating Fuel 




10,562.35 




Repairs Building 




24,220.83 




Repairs Due to Fire 




1,000.00 




Repairs Equipment 




1,057.56 




Sewer Use Charge 




530.00 




Supplies 




573.50 




Water Service 




524.00 





49,663.59 



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FICA 

Police Retirement 



Insurance 



FICA Town Portion 
Appropriation = $85,000 



Public Liability Insurance 
Appropriation = $45,000 



Workmen's Comp. Insurance 
Appropriation = $37,000 



46,703.82 
41,400.80 



44,900.71 



88,104.62 



44,900.71 



Workmen's Comp 



31,995.00 





Police 


Buildings 






Appropriation = 


= $19,195 




Labor-Janitorial 








3,885.00 


Alarm Maintenance 








462.00 


Contract Services 








104.00 


Electricity 








3,873.70 


New Equipment 








862.03 


Heating Fuel 








4,739.31 


Miscellaneous 








247.94 


Repairs- Equip 








224.95 


Sewer Use Charge 








265.00 


Supplies 








276.28 


Water Service 








310.00 


Generator Maintenance 








154.95 



31,995.00 



15,405.16 



Benefit Package 
Appropriation = $153,405 



Health Ins 

Short Term Disability 
Long Term Disability 
Life Insurance 



153,477.31 

4,496.47 

2,820.57 

520.50 



161,314.85 



38 





Police Department 






Appropriation = $460,000 




Admin Assistant 




30,933.68 


Labor-Court Duty 




5,201.57 


Salary -Chief 




68,249.20 


Salary-Regulars 




259,118.66 


Labor-Specials 




19,947.50 


Labor-Private Duty 




21,115.71 


STD Reimbursement 




1,531.08 


Labor-Holiday 




11,837.60 


Ammunition 




2,048.44 


Breathalyzer Test 




76.00 


2005 Cruiser 




1,894.88 


2006 Cruiser 




1,381.72 


2008 Ford Cruiser 




2650.13 


Computer Support 




7,331.32 


Dues Subscription 




235.00 


Equipment New 




1,857.74 


Equipment Rental 




489.00 


Gasoline 




16,382.48 


Medical 




714.49 


Miscellaneous 




144.40 


Postage 




345.35 


Radio Repairs 




387.85 


Repairs- Equip 




287.02 


Supplies 




3,583.22 


Phone Expense 




4,916.67 


Tires 




1,104.40 


Training 




5,121.74 


Travel 




47.10 


Uniforms 




3,359.10 


Police Other 




99.53 

472,392.58 



Communications 
Appropriation = $105,952 



Support 
Phone Expense 



Ambulance Support 
Appropriation $71,762 



Ambulance Support 



105,962.02 
2,509.16 



71,762.00 



108,471.18 



71,762.00 



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Ambulance Department 
Appropriation=$245,640 



Building Repairs 


1,697.20 


Contract Services 


1,924.75 


Diesel Fuel 


5,005.78 


Electricity 


2,404.14 


EMT Wages 


104,988.00 


Equipment Repairs 


72.00 


FICA 


11,688.60 


Heating Fuel 


2,693.94 


Insurances 


17,322.95 


Miscellaneous 


40.00 


Mortgage 


10,017.60 


Other Expenses 


76.00 


Payroll Expenses 


1,850.00 


Postage & Delivery 


161.66 


Supplies-Building 


270.90 


Supplies-Medical 


7,246.80 


Supplies-Office 


621.36 


Supplies-Other 


1,809.45 


Supervisor Wages 


49,673.89 


Telephone 


4,124.17 


Training 


3,801.52 


Vehicle Repairs 


4,418.97 


Volunteer Reimbursement 


5,890.00 




237,799.68 


Fire Department 




Appropriation = $86,240 




Labor-Janitorial 


4,023.00 


Air Pack Maint 


238.67 


Alarm Maint 


500.00 


30-Engine 1 


1,407.25 


30-Engine 2 


380.59 


30-Engine 3 


273.18 


30-Engine 4 


68.04 


30-Tanker 1 


394.93 


30- Ladder 1 


2,512.10 


30-Rescue 1 


555.35 


30- Forestry 1 


47.45 


30-Pickup 1 


452.27 


Dues/Subscriptions 


150.00 


Electricity 


2,684.69 


Fire Prevention 


999.00 


Food 


375.96 


Gasoline 


3,303.83 



40 



Fire Department continued 



Heating Fuel 
Insurance 
Miscellaneous 
Diesel Fuel 
Radio Repairs 
Reimbursement 
Repairs- Building 
Repairs- Equip 
Sewer Use Charge 
Supplies 
Phone Expense 
Training 

Uniform Cleaning 
Water Service 
Hazardous Waste 



2,915.39 
3,845.03 
1.08 
1,812.52 
1,407.64 
31,900.00 
3,282.03 
4,278.78 

575.00 
3,269.15 

876.80 

2,651.35 

39.75 

413.00 
1,082.50 





Building Inspection 






Appropriation = $25,661 




Labor-Supervisor 




7,348.00 


Dues-Subscriptions 




199.00 


Equipment New 




1,792.92 


Postage 




15.74 


Supplies 




288.28 


Travel 




278.10 



76,716.33 



9,922.04 



Highway Department 
Appropriation = $442,004 



Labor-Part Time 

Labor-Highway 

Labor-Supervisor 

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 



6,846.75 

172,132.18 

63,469.66 

9,111.84 

1,834.60 

9,855.10 

654.80 

26,557.71 

25.00 

1,917.49 

1,470.95 

250.35 

790.00 

1,814.29 

1,534.67 

1,484.22 

44.00 



41 



Highway Department continued 



Medical 




510.00 




Motor Oil & Greases 




3,077.98 




Pagers 




403.85 




Radio Repairs 




724.30 




Repair Parts 




12,377.34 




Repairs-Building 




1,235.10 




Repairs-Equip 




13,259.62 




Salt 




59,392.01 




Sand-Gravel-Stone 




20,877.91 




Sidewalks 




1,476.00 




Signs 




445.19 




Supplies 




8,078.99 




Phone Expense 




1,218.37 




Testing 




188.00 




Tires 




9,323.48 




Training 




87.50 




Travel 




52.50 




Water Service 


Hydrants 
Appropriation = $16,200 


100.00 


432,621.75 


Hydrants - Rental 


Resurfacing 
Appropriation = $302,571 


16,560.00 


16,560.00 


Labor-Highway 




18,010.00 




Contract Services 




256,137.87 




Hot Top-Patch 




894.02 




Pipes & Culverts 




15,749.50 




Sand-Gravel-Stone 




17,551.37 





308,342.76 



Street Lighting 
Appropriation = $26,000 



Electricity 



27,081.15 



27,081.15 



Landfill Closure 
Appropriation = $6,000 



Testing 



6,305.00 



6,305.00 



42 



Recycling Center 


Appropriation ■ 


$592,838 


Labor- Full Time 


187,631.95 


Labor-Supervisor 


47,140.80 


Administrative Fee 


5,000.00 


Advertising 


168.82 


Alarm Maint 


462.00 


Ash Testing 


505.00 


Ash Removal 


6,043.17 


Contract Services 


833.12 


Diesel Fuel 


7,359.03 


Dumpster Hauling 


131,665.62 


Electricity 


8,305.07 


Fees - State 


1,037.34 


Heating Fuel 


89,446.19 


Insurance 


1,815.00 


Miscellaneous 


38.96 


Motor Oil & Greases 


768.19 


Repairs-Building 


145.38 


Repairs-Equip 


3,995.46 


Repairs-Incinerator 


6,064.55 


Repairs-97 Case 


10,286.83 


Supplies 


2,368.45 


Phone Expense 


422.98 


Testing 


1,500.00 


Ties 


1,925.60 


Tire Removal 


2,526.36 


Toxic Material Removal 


7,820.65 


Training 


200.00 


Waste Oil 


19.76 


Water Service 


100.00 


FICA 


17,072.13 


Health Insurance 


13,899.48 


Short Term Disability 


1,095.96 


Long Term Disability 


773.20 


Life Insurance 


96.60 


Refrigerators 


3,217.20 


Televisions-Monitors 


5,082.30 



566,833.15 



43 



Sewer Department 
Appropriation = $238,704 



Labor-Commissioners 


2,100.00 


Labor-Highway 


2,713.33 


Labor-Pump Station 


10,264.15 


Administrative Fee 


3,000.00 


Contract Services 


20,805.72 


Equipment New 


30,729.75 


Gas & Electric 


5,222.88 


Loan Interest 


8,575.51 


Miscellaneous 


36.00 


Office Supplies 


90.20 


Payroll Expenses 


1,093.97 


Postage & Delivery 


125.00 


Principal Payment 


19,680.00 


Repairs-Building 


7,841.88 


Repairs-Equipment 


2,065.98 


Sewer Agreement 


12,840.00 


Sewer Use Charge 


110,369.00 


Supplies 


1,150.60 




238,703.97 


Water Department 


Appropriation = 


$301,937 


Labor-Clerical 


698.01 


Labor-Part Time 


10,487.65 


Payroll Expenses 


1,038.89 


Labor-Commissioners 


2,400.00 


Administrative Fee 


5,000.00 


Building Repairs 


1,674.00 


Chemicals 


30,309.40 


Communications 


128.00 


Computer Support 


150.00 


Contract Services 


66,301.69 


Dam Registration 


1,150.00 


Dues-Subscription 


165.00 


Electricity 


14,944.76 


Equipment Repairs 


2,129.99 


Fuel 


1,174.35 


Heating Fuel 


940.35 


Hot Top-Patch 


11,278.62 


Job Materials 


355.19 


Office Supplies 


135.25 


Pennichuck-Other 


11,901.73 


Pennichuck-Water 


95,425.16 


Postage 


73.40 


Postage & Delivery 


126.00 



44 



Water Department continued 






Repairs - Other 




836.51 




Sand, Stone and Gravel 




527.81 




Supplies 




25,773.45 




Telephone 




985.87 




Testing 




3,480.00 




Training 




222.50 




Travel & Ent 


Health Department 
Appropriation = $1,000 


426.05 


290,239.63 


Health Officer 




400.00 




Conventions 




180.00 




Medical 




238.06 




Postage 




26.56 




Supplies 


Child Advocacy Center 
Appropriation = $2,000 


64.96 


909.58 


Support 




2,000.00 








St. Joseph Support 
Appropriation = $1,300 



2,000.00 



Support 



1,300.00 



1,300.00 



Home Health Care 
Appropriation = $7,000 



Support 



7,000.00 



7,000.00 



Monadnock Family Services 
Appropriation ■ $5,029 



Support 



5,029.00 



5,029.00 



Milford Mediation 
Appropriation = $500 



Support 






500.00 



500.00 



45 



Lamprey Health Care 
Appropriation = $1,500 



Support 



1,500.00 



1,500.00 



Support 



Support 



Support 



Host Homes 
Appropriation = $500 



Rape & Assault Support 
Appropriation ■ $750 



Neighborhood Health Center 
Appropriation = $500 



American Red Cross 
Appropriation = $1,000 



500.00 



750.00 



500.00 



500.00 



750.00 



500.00 



Support 



1,000.00 





Welfare 








Appropriation = 


$50,000 




Electricity 






3,578.70 


Food 






245.42 


Gasoline 






154.50 


Heating Fuel 






8,427.06 


Medical 






373.92 


Miscellaneous 






533.07 


Rental 






33,818.70 


Supplies 






0.75 


Phone Expense 






199.20 



1,000.00 



47,331.32 



46 








Parks & Recreation 
Appropriation = $10,350 




Labor-Part Time 

Electricity 

Gasoline 

Supplies 

Other 


Goss Park 
Appropriation = $12,799 


7,362.08 
267.46 
352.00 
691.21 
276.00 


Support 




12,799.00 



Contract Services 



Main Street Paving/TE SW Grant 
Appropriation = $850 



Library 
Appropriation ■ $197,609 



850.00 



8,948.75 



12,799.00 



850.00 



Support 



197,609.00 



197,609.00 



Wilton Main Street Association 
Appropriation = $10,000 



Support 



10,000.00 



10,000.00 



Memorial Day 
Appropriation = $750 



Support 



750.00 



750.00 



Frog Pond 



Conservation Acquisition Fund 
Appropriation = $110,556 



9,066.58 



9,066.58 



47 



Heritage Commission 
Appropriation = $700 



Signs 



Recycle Center Note & Interest 
Appropriation ■ $13,941 



677.01 





Conservation Commission 






Appropriation = $5,330 




Contract Services 




60.00 


Dues-Subs-Fees 




875.00 


Miscellaneous 




126.10 


Trails & Land Maintenance 


2,172.80 


Natural Res Inventory 




8,000.00 


Postage 




53.02 


Printing 


Refunds 
Appropriation - $12,526 


169.00 


Refunds 




12,526.48 



677.01 



11,455.92 



12,526.48 



Interest 




1,440.53 


Principal Payment 


Sewer Note Local 
Appropriation = $19,680 


12,500.00 


Principal Payment 




19,680.00 



13,940.53 



19,680.00 



Recycle C/R 
Appropriation = $16,875 



Capital Reserve Fund 



16,875.00 



16,875.00 



Ambulance Gear 



Ambulance Gear 
Appropriation = $4674 



4,465.00 



4,465.00 



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Contract Services 



Fire Station Add't/Reno 
Appropriation = $50,000 



10,900.00 



10,900.00 



Equipment New 



New Equipment 



Recycling Center Capital 
Appropriation = $26,500 



Police Equipment Capital 
Appropriation = $21,215 



26,500.00 



26,500.00 



20,995.42 



20,995.42 



30-Engine 2 
Equipment-New 



Fire Department Capital 
Appropriation = $46,854 



40,000.00 
6,854.24 



46,854.24 



Equipment New 



Highway Capital Equipment 
Appropriations 1 21 ,000 



116,777.66 



116,777.66 



Equipment New 



C/R Police Cruiser 
Appropriataion = $12,500 



12,500.00 



12,500.00 



Equipment New 



C/R Fire Tanker 
Appropriation = $40,000 



40,000.00 



40,000.00 



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C/R Town Hall Renovations 
Appropriation = $20,000 



Capital Reserve Fund 



C/R WWC Well-Pumps-Equip Maint 
Appropriation = $11,697 



Capital Reserve Fund 



Capital Reserve Fund 



Capital Reserve Fund 



Capital Reserve Fund 



County Tax 



C/R Bridges 
Appropriation = $60,000 



C/R New Fire Station 
Appropriation ■ $200,000 



C/R Water Tower Painting 
Appropriation = $75,000 



Hillsborough County 
Appropriation = $464,943 



School Tax 
Appropriation $5,160,002 



Wilton Elementary School 
WLC 



20,000.00 



11,697.26 



60,000.00 



200,000.00 



75,000.00 



464,943.00 



2,354,441.92 
2,805,559.64 



20,000.00 



11,697.26 



60,000.00 



200,000.00 



75,000.00 



464,943.00 



5,160,001.56 



50 



Treasurer's Report 
January 1, 2008 to December 31, 2008 



Cash on Hand 1/1/2008 

Town Accounts Invested: 



Investment Accounts 


$ 


3,340,962.10 




General Fund 


$ 


136,826.00 




Ambulance Fund 


$ 


24,873.18 




Sewer Fund 


$ 


55,875.49 




Water Fund 


$ 


48,739.88 




Water Department Savings 


$ 


249,700.89 




Conservation Land Acquisition 


$ 


66,339.30 




Petty Cash 


$ 


787.92 




Total Town Accounts 


$ 


3,924,104.76 




Total Cash on Hand 1/1/2008 




$ 


3,924,104.76 


Receipts 








Town Clerk & Other Sources 


$ 


584,203.00 




Tax Collector 


$ 


8,372,429.00 




From Capital Reserve & Trusts 


$ 


82,879.13 




From State of NH 


$ 


501,257.89 




Charges for Services 


$ 


443,965.00 




Sewer Charges & Collections 


$ 


225,840.00 




Water Charges & Collections 


$ 


191,719.00 




Ambulance Revenue 


$ 


185,332.00 




Interest on Investments 


$ 


54,586.00 




Total Receipts 




$ 


10,642,211.02 


Total Cash Before Payments 




$ 


14,566,315.78 


Less: Payments per Order of Selectmen 








General Fund 


$ 


9,163,905.25 




Ambulance Fund 


$ 


237,799.68 




Sewer Fund 


$ 


238,703.97 




Water Fund 


$ 


301,936.89 




To Capital Reserves 


$ 


424,375.00 




Total Payments 




$ 


10,366,720.79 


Balance on Hand 12/31/2008 




$ 


4,199,594.99 


Town Accounts: 








Town Accounts Invested: 








Investment Accounts 


$ 


3,673,673.73 




General Fund 


$ 


258,885.76 




Ambulance Fund 


$ 


26,943.45 




Sewer Fund 


$ 


(5,194.77) 




Water Fund 


$ 


(3,930.90) 




Water Department Savings 


$ 


180,459.65 




Conservation Land Acquisition 


$ 


67,970.15 




Petty Cash 


$ 


787.92 




Total Town Accounts 


$ 


4,199,594.99 




Total Cash on Hand 12/31/2008 




$ 


4,199,594.99 



Respectfully Submitted, 
Gary Crooker, Town Treasurer 

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REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE TRUST F 


UNDS 


-I 

r 

Balance 

133,893.92 
433,65 j 

77,78674 I 
17,71 3.84 j 
85,65778 | 
85,416.99 ! 
82.600.11 
12,792.43 
"221,484 81 
150,356.17 
2.929.38 I 
6,824.40 
716.52 


TOWN OF WILTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE 


DECEMBER 31, 


2008 




Principal 


Unexpendec 
Income 


FUND BALANCE. December 31. 2007 


Cemetery Funds: 

Common Fund (577 Cemetery Lots) 
Bearisto Fund 


133,893.92 
433.65 

67,000.00 


0.00 
0.00 

1 0,78674 


Capital Reserve Funds: 


Ambulance 


Athletic Playing Fields 


10,500.46 
56,970.92 
52,534.00 


7,213.38 
28,686.86 
32,882.99 
42,600.11 
12,792.43 
21.484.81 


Bridges 


Cooley Park Improvement Project 


Emergency Services Building 


40,000.00 


Fire Department Vehicle Equipment 

Fire Station, Renovation /Addition 

Highway Equipment 


0.00 
200,000.00 


130,000.00 
0.00 


20,356.17 


Land Acquisition, Conservation Purposes 


2,929.38 


Library Renovation & Preservation 


0.00 


6,824.40 

716.52 

1,315.53 


Police Equipment 


0.00 


Recycle Center Landfill Closure 
Recycling Center 


25.000.00 


26,315.53 

47,317.84 

564.86 

51,815.91 

107,345.54 

172,549.44 

25,111.23 

18.179.89 

85,561.32 

20,71 1.56 

15.890.94 

2,921.51 

382,377X17 

15,67182 

21,742.18 

6,392.94 

1,017.41 

17,195.04 

81,745.04 


16,250.00 


31,067.84 


Revaluation of Town 
Town Hall Repair Project 


0.00 


564.86 


45,000.00 


6,815.91 
7,345.54 


Wilton-Lyndeborough Co-Op Educating Disabled Children 
Wilton-Lyndeborough Co-Op., Bldg. & Equip. 
Wilton-Lyndeborough Co-Op Technology Advancement 


100,000.00 
116,624.00 


55,925.44 


25,000.00 


111.23 
4,105.02 


Wilton School Dist., Modifications/Roof Drains 


14,074.87 


Wilton School Dist., Building Improvements 

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


75,532.00 
0.00| 


10,029.32 

20,711.56 

4,357.41 


Wilton Water Comm. Maint. Well, Pumps, Equip. 
Wlton Water Commission, Painting Water Tank 
Wilton Water Comm. Acquirinp^Quinn Bros. Lot 
School Funds: 
Isaac Spalding Fund 


11,533.53 

2.528.00 

354.0_00.00" 

15,671.82 


393.51 
28,377.07 

0.00| 
0.00 

6.66 


Hattie Livesey Fund 
Hannah Howard Fund 
S. Archibald Smith Prize Fund 
Roland R. Cooley Fund 


21,742.18 

6,392.94 

1,000.00 

10,000.00 

74,234.13' 


17.41 
7,195.04 
7,510.91; 


Florence M. Wheeler Fund 
BALANCE December 31, 2008 


1,605,916.42 


373,117.39 


1,979,033.81 


RECEIPTS, January 1. 2008 through December 31, 2008 





Principal 




Cemetery Lots: 


Skelly, John F. Jr. & Elizabeth A. 


800.00 



52 



Fitzgerald, James 


400.00 


; 


I 
i 


Fox, Alden & Esther 


1,200.00 

_ 400.00 

200.00 

400.00 

400.00 

1,600.00 

60,000.00 
40,000.00 

200,000.00 
12,500.00 

"16,875.00 


5.400.0C 


Elliot, Arthur 
Burelle, Linda 
Guild, Curtis & Mary 


Guild, Curtis & Mary 
Lizotte, Thomas 
Capital Reserve Funds: 
Bridges 
Fire Dept. Vehicle Equip 


Fire Station Ren./Addition 


Police Equipment 


Recycling Center 


Town Hall Repair Project 


20,000.00 
25.000.00' 


- 


Wilton-Lyndeborough Co-Op Educating Disabled Children 


Wilton-Lyndeborough Co-Op Technology Advancement 


9,450.38 


Wilton Water Commission Painting Water Tank 
Wilton Water Comm. Acquiring Quinn Bros. Lot 


75,000.00 


118,000.00 


576,825.38 










"583^529.80 




Miscellaneous 




1,304.42 


Bank of America: recovery of market timing trade fees 
(Alliance Bernstein^ 






Income 







Cemetery Funds: 


Dora B. Bearisto Fund 


10.65 




Common Fund 
Capital Reserve Funds: 
Ambulance 


12,194.48, 


12,205.13 


1,912.33 

328.74 i 
2,107.37 








Athletic Playing Fields 


Bridges 


Cooley Park Improvement Project 


2,099.79 




Emergency Services Building 


2,030.61 




Fire Department Vehicle Equipment 
Fire Station, Renovation /Addition 
Highway Equipment 


315.56^ 
5,450.43 
3,693.01 
54.17; 
69.86] 
17.551 
"646.96: 
925.23; 
10.62L 
1,274.26 
4,242.03 


T 
. j 


Land Acquisition, Conservation Purposes 
Library Renovation & Preservation 
Police Equipment 
Recycle Center Land Closure 
Recycling Center 


Revaluation of Town 

Town Hali Repair Project |__ 

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


Wilton-Lyndeborough Co-Op Educating Disabled Children 


2,639.64 


I 


Wilton-Lyndeborough Co-Op Technology Advancement 
Wilton School Dist, Modifications of Roof Drains 


425.06 
446.91 


Wilton School Dist., Bldg. Improvements 


2,103.40 







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Wilton_ Water Comm. Line Instal. Eastv iew /Lower Ma in St 
Wilton Water Comm. Maint. Well Pump s & E quip. 
Wilton Water Comm. Paintinj^Water Tank_ 
Wilton Water Comm. Acqu iring Quin n BrosJ-Ot 

School Funds^ 

Isaac Spalding Fund 

Hattie Livesey Fund 

Hannah Howard Fund I _ 

S. Archibald Smith Prize Fund 

Roland RXooley Fund 

Florence M. W heeler Fund 

TOTAL AVAILABLE FUNDS 



509.23 



-j--- 



31132[ 

"_ 451481 

11 ,006.07 43,071.63! 



972.98 

1,999.45 

803.24 



3,775,67] 
29.71 
422.68 
2,009.42 



61,514.24! 



2,624,077.85 



DISBURSEMENTS , January 1, 2008 through December 31, 2008 



Cemetery Funds: 

Safe Deposit Box Rent 

Rodney C. Woodman, Inc. 

Bank Service Changes 

Town of Wilton, NH 



60.001 



148.47 







Refund, Cem etery lot, Alden & Esther Fox 



11,946.66 
800.00 



13,005.13, 



Capital Reserve Funds: 
Athletic Playing Fields 
Highway Equip. 



18,042.58 



l 



Land Acquisition, Conse rvatio n 
Library Renovations _ 

Recycling Cejiter 

Revaluation ofTown 

WLC, technol ogy Adv ancement 

WWC, Maint. Well, PumpsJEquip 



58,949.66 
2,983.55* 



_6.894.26, 



26,500.00 

57548 
25,000.00 



11,697.26 150,642.79 



School Funds: 

Wilton School District 

S. Archibald Smith Prize Fund 
Miscellaneous: 



Alliance Bernstein (trans fer) 
BALANCE, December 31, 2008 



3,775.67; 
""" OJOO; 

1,30442, 



168,728.01 



FUND BALANCES ^Dec ember 31, 2008 

Cemetery Funds; 

Common Fund (585 Cemetery_Lots) 

Bearisjo Fund 

Capital Reserve Funds^ 

Ambulance 

Bridges 

Cooley Park Improvement Project 



h 



Unexpended 
Principal Income 



138,493.92 
433.65 



0.00 
0.00' 



67,000.00! 



116,970.92; 



12,699.07 
30,794.23! 



TT 



52,534.001 34,982.78! 



2,455,349.84 



Balance 

"138,493^92 
433.65 

79J$99J07 

147,765.15 

87,516.78 



Emergency Services Building 


40.000.0C 


44,630.72 ; 


84,630.72 


Fire Dept., Vehicle Equipment 
Fire Station, Renovation/Addition 


40.000.0C 

400.000.0C 

71.050.34 


13,107.99 


53,107.99 


; 26,935.24 
. 24,049.18 


426,935.24 
95,099.52 


Highway Equipment 

Police Equipment 

Recycle Center Landfill Closure 


12,500.00 
25,000.00 


734.07 


13,234.07 
26,962.49 
38,618.07 
73,090.17 
9,986.67 


Recycling Center 


16,875.00 


21,743.07; 


Town Hall Repair Project 


65,000.00 
9,450.38 


8,090.17 
536.29 


Wilton-Lyndeborough Co-Op Technology Advancement 


Wilton-Lyndeborough Co-Op Educating Disabled Children 


125,000.00 


9,985.18 
60,167.47 


134,985.18 
176,791.47 


Wilton-Lyndeborough Co-Op., Bldg. & Equip. 
Wilton School Dist., Modifications/Roof Drains 


116,624.00 


14,074.87 


4,551.93 


18,626.80 


Wilton School Dist., Building Improvements 


75,532.00 


12,132.72^ 
21,220.791 


87,664.72 
21,220.79 


Wilton Water Comm. Line InstaL.Eastview to Lower Main St. 


0.00 


Wilton Water Comm. Maint. Well Pumps & Equip. 


0.00 


4,505.00, 


4,505.00 


Wilton Water Commission, Painting Water Tank 


77,528.00 


844.991 


78,372.99 


Wilton Water Comm. Acquiring Quinn Bros. Lot 
School Funds: 


472,000.00 


39,383.14 

1 — 

0.00 


511,383.14 


Isaac Spalding Fund 


15.671.82 


15,671.82 


Hattie Livese^Fund 


21.742.18 


0.00 


21,742.18 


Hannah Howard Fund 


6,392.94 


0.00! 


6,392.94 


S. Archibald Smith Prize Fund 


1,000.00 


47.12 


1,047.12 


Roland R. Cooley Fund 


10,000.00 


7,617.72 


17,617.72 


Florence M. Wheeler Fund 


74,234.13 


9,520.33 


83,754.46 


BALANCE, December 31. 2008 


2,065,108.15 


390,241.69 


2,455,349.84 




STATEMENT OF INVESTMENTS 






TRUSTEES OF THE TRUST FUNDS 







December 31, 2008 


1 




Cash on Hand, Bank of America 




i 


~41,810.63 

"~5~000.00 
5,000.00 
1,638.36 
2,367.33 


Common Fund 


i 


41,763.51 1 
47.12 

lass A 


S.A. Smith Prize Fund 





Cemetery Funds: 


Common Fund 




NH Public Deposit Investment Pool (NHPDIP) 




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

21,691.956 Shares The Alliance Bernstein Mid-Cap Growth Fund -C 

1,999.478 Shares-Eaton Vance Balanced Fund Class A 


15,972.063 Shares-Fidelity Puritan Fund 


1 


I 


25,007.04 


12,788.516 Shares-Seligman Common Stock Fund Class A 


i 


7,717.68 


Dora B. Bearisto Fund 




i 




NH Public Deposit Investment Pool (NHPDIP) 




433.65 


Capital Reserve Funds: 


i 




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






79,699.07 


Bridges, NHPDIP 


i 
i 




147,765.15 


Cooley Park Improvement Project, NHPDIP 
Emergency Services Building, NHPDIP 


, — 


87,516.78 
84,630.72 


Fire Department Vehicle Equipment, NHPDIP 






53,107.99 



55 



Fire Station, Renovation/Additi on, NHPDIP 426,935. 

Highway Equipme nt, NHPD JP ' 95,099 

Police Equipment, NH PDIP J_ 13~234~ 

Recycle Center La nd Closur e NHDIP ^J_ 26~962.4» 

Recycling Center, N HPDIP "_ ' " 38,618.0 

Town Hall Repair Project, NHPDIP | "" r 73,0907! 

Wilton-Lynde borough Co-Op . Bldg. & Equip., NHPDIP 176,791 4j 

Wilton-Lyndeborough Co-Op Educating Disable d Children, NHPDIP 134,985.1 

Wilton-Lyndeborough Co- Op Techn ology Advancement NHPDIP 9,986.6 

Wilton School Dist., Modifi cations of R oof Drains, NHPDIP 18,626.8i 

Wilton School Dist., Building Improvements, NHPDIP ; _]_ 87,664.7 

Wilton Water Comm. Line Installation, Ea stview to L ower Main St, NHPDIP 21,220.7 j 
Wilton Water Comm. Maint. Well Pumps & Eq uip., NHPDI P 4,505.~d j 

Wilton Water Commission, Painting of Water Tan k, NHPDIP _7B,372jfl 

Wilton Water Comm. A cquiring Quinn Bros. Lot, NHPDIP "'" 511,383.1- 

School Funds: ~\ _ __ I 

Isaac Spaldin g Fun d, NHPD IP 14.4 43.3J 
Hattie Liv esey Fund, NHP DIP _ " i " " 1 7J527JHJ 

Hannah Howard Fund, NHPDIP 5,264.26 






448 Shares Comcast Corp oration, Class A Commo n 1 J308.94 

78 S har es-Alcatel-Lucent |_ ' 461.93 

855 Shares-Qw est Co mmunications Int 'l. Inc., Co mmon 1 ,804.95 ! 

1500 Shares-AT& T, Inc . Com mon 2,995.56' 
S.Archibald Smith Prize Fund for Exc ellence in E nglish 

Certificate of Deposit, Bank of America 1 ,000.00 

Roland R. Cooley Fund^ NHPDJP _ 1 7,61 7.72 

Florence M. Wheeler Fund, NHPDIP ; " T"" 83,754.46 

FUND BALANCE rPecember 31 , 2008 2,455,349.84 



Respectfully Submitted^ 



John H. Hutchinson 

James Lamar Smith 

Elizabeth A. Castro j_ 

Trustees of the Trust Funds 



56 



WILTON TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT 
JANUARY 1, 2008 - DECEMBER 31, 2008 



Debit 





Levies 




of 2008 


Uncollected Taxes: 




Property Taxes 


- 


Excavation Activity Taxes 


- 


Land Use ChangeTaxes 


- 


Yield Taxes 


- 


Sewer Taxes 


- 


Water Bills - Includes Penalties 


- 


Taxes Committed to Collector: 




Property Taxes 


8,213,914.00 


Excavation Activity Taxes 


15,573.90 


Land Use Change Tax 


11,000.00 


Yield Taxes 


5,699.80 


Sewer Taxes 


223,692.00 


Water Bills 


185,040.00 


Added Taxes: 




Property Taxes 


7,149.00 


Sewer Taxes 


697.61 


Water Bills 


130.00 


Overpayment/Refunds: 




Property Taxes 


11,828.13 


Water Payments 


247.00 


Sewer Taxes 


275.67 


Land Use Change Tax 


- 


Water Shut Off Fees & Penalties: 


5,185.00 


Interest Collected On: 




Delinquent Property Taxes 


5,115.60 


Excavation Activity Taxes 


- 


Land Use Change Taxes 


- 


Yield Taxes 


10.40 


Sewer Taxes 


289.76 



Prior 
Levies 



342,331.88 



210.74 

19,779.44 

3,436.00 



175.68 



565.00 



19,497.34 



15.59 
1,318.21 



57 



WILTON TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT 
JANUARY 1, 2008 - DECEMBER 31, 2008 



Penalties Collected On: 






Property Taxes 


- 


312.00 


Land Use Change Taxes 


- 


- 


Tax Sale Costs 


- 


2,083.50 


Sewer Costs 


810.00 


595.00 


Total Debits 


8,686,657.87 


390,320.38 



Credit 





Levies 


Prior 




of 2008 


Levies 


Remitted to Treasurer 






During Fiscal Year: 






Property Taxes 


7,727,898.83 


339,954.40 


Interest 


5,115.60 


19,497.34 


Penalties 


- 


312.00 


Excavation Activity Taxes 


15,573.90 


- 


Land Use Change Taxes 


11,000.00 


- 


lnterest//Cost 


- 


- 


Yield Taxes 


5,637.52 


210.74 


Interest 


10.40 


15.59 


Sewer Taxes 


203,486.05 


19,343.29 


Interest 


289.76 


1,318.21 


Penalties 


810.00 


595.00 


Water Payments 


182,971.00 


2,998.00 


Shut Off Fees & Penalties 


5,185.00 


565.00 


Tax Sale Costs 




2,083.50 


Abatements Allowed: 






Property Taxes 


9,857.00 


450.16 


Land Use Change Taxes 


- 


- 


Yield Taxes 


- 


- 


Sewer Taxes 


192.00 


- 


Water Payments 


326.00 


85.00 



58 



WILTON TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT 
JANUARY 1, 2008 - DECEMBER 31, 2008 



Uncollected Taxes End of Fiscal Year: 






Property Taxes 


495,135.30 


2,103.00 


Excavation Activity Taxes 


- 


- 


Land Use Change Taxes 


- 


- 


Yield Taxes 


62.28 


- 


Sewer Taxes 


20,987.23 


436.15 


Water Payments 


2,120.00 


353.00 


Total Credits 


8,686,657.87 


390,320.38 



Debit 
...Tax Lien on Account of Levies... 
2007 2006 2000-2005 



Balance of Unredeemed Taxes 

Beginning of Fiscal Year: 
Taxes Executed to Town During Fiscal Year: 
Interest Collected After Lien Execution: 
Overpayments: 
Redemption Costs: 
Total Debits 



70,458.13 79,456.03 

160,891.17 
4,452.63 10,118.53 22,503.38 

952.01 
830.00 524.00 

166,173.80 81,100.66 102,911.42 



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 



85,134.49 47,081.41 76,089.55 

4,452.63 10,118.53 22,503.38 

830.00 524.00 952.01 



75,756.68 23,376.72 3,366.48 

166,173.80 81,100.66 102,911.42 



Respectfully Submitted, 
Jane K. Farrell, Collector 



59 



WILTON TOWN CLERK REPORT 
JANUARY 1, 2008 - DECEMBER 31, 2008 



Motor Vehicle Account: 

January - December 



# of Vehicles: 
5173 



Remitted to Treasurer, Town of Wilton: 
Municipal Agent Fees, Remitted to Treasurer, 
Town of Wilton: 



Fees Paid: 

$552,008.00 
$10,337.50 



Certified Copies of Marriage, Birth, 

Civil Unions, and Death Records @ $12 per & $8 per: 

Remitted to Treasurer, Town of Wilton: $6,416.00 

Remitted to Treasurer, St. of NH in 2008: $4,089.00 

2008 balance due paid to Treasurer, St. of NH in 2/2009: $29.00 

Prior balance due paid to Treasurer, St. of NH in 2008: $3,473.00 



Marriage Licenses and Civil Union Licenses: 
37 Licenses issued @ $45.00 per: 

Remitted to Treasurer, Town of Wilton: $1 ,665.00 

Remitted to Treasurer, St. of NH: $1 ,368.00 

2008 balance due paid to Treasurer, St. of NH in 2/2009 $38.00 

Prior year balances paid to Treasurer, St. of NH in 2008: $2,318.00 



Dog License Account: 

691 Total 2008 Licenses Issued 

Remitted to Treasurer, Town of Wilton: $4,860.50 

Remitted to Animal Population Control Program: $1 ,294.00 

Remitted to Treasurer, St. of NH $323.50 

Prior year balances paid to Treasurer, St. of NH in 2008 $2,965.00 



Respectfully Submitted, 

Jane Keefe Farrell, Town Clerk 



60 



2008 


2008 


Budget 


Actual 


450 


500 


4,700 


3,327 


100 


392 


700 


582 


600 


570 


1,500 


972 


250 


125 




119 


8,300 


6,587 


197,609 


197,609 


205,909 


204,196 



WILTON PUBLIC AND GREGG FREE LIBRARY - TREASURER'S REPORT 



Income/Expense (Operations) 
Income / Receipts 

Contributed support 

Foundation/trust grants 

Ind/Bus contributions - R & UNR 

Affiliate Organization (NHHC) 
Earned revenues 

Interest-Checking, Savings, etc. 

Miscellaneous Copy/Fax Income 

Miscellaneous Fines Income 

Non-Resident Membership 

Non-Program Sales 
Refunds, Reimbursements 
Income/Receipts Before Appropriation 
Town Appropriation 
Total income / Receipts 

Expenses / Disbursements 

Payroll & related expenses 

Gross Payroll 

Payroll taxes (FICA) 

Employee benefits 
Subtotal Payroll & related expenses 
Bookkeeping & Bank Service Charges 
Occupancy Expenses 

Cleaning & Maintenance 

Inspections 

Pest Control 

Security, Alarms 

Insurance: Property & Liability 

Repairs 

DSL/Internet 

Telephone & Fax 

Electric 

Heat 

Water & Sewer 

Groundskeeping 
Subtotal Occupancy Expenses 

61 



113,577 


113,251 


8,689 


8,194 


26,966 


26,026 


149,232 


147,471 


6,000 


6,025 


6,000 


5,479 


200 


586 


250 





800 


761 


3,300 


3,412 


500 


539 


700 


629 


1,250 


1,508 


4,800 


4,151 


7,377 


7,334 


400 


455 


500 


650 


26,077 


25,504 



Other Itemized Expenses 

Advertising 

Dues and Memberships 

Equip rental & maintenance 

Media (All) includes pre-paid expense 

Miscellaneous (special programs) 

Outreach 

Postage 

Print & Copy 

Programs 

Promotional Material (calendars) 

Supplies (Office, Housekeeping, Binding) 

Conferences inc hotel, meals, mileage 

Staff Development 
Total Other Itemized Expenses 

Total Expenses / Disbursements 
Net Ordinary Income / Expense 






35 


900 


1,077 


700 


697 


16,100 


16,750 





1,284 


1,450 


479 


1,100 


706 


50 





750 


1,386 


100 





2,700 


2,559 


500 


486 


250 





24,600 


25,459 


>05,909 


204,459 




-263 



62 



Trust Fund Income/Expenses (Consolidated) 
Income from Trust Fund 

Charles F. Blanchard 
George G. Blanchard 
Charles H. Burns 
Daniel Cragin 
James A. Day 
David A. Gregg 
Edward A. Newell 
Rev. Aubrey M. Pendleton 
Annie L. Powers 
Augusta W. Putnam 
George O. Whiting 

Ellen Holt in memory of Daisie Marie Hardy 
Total Income from Trust Fund 



Fanny W. Blanchard 
Arthur H. Burns 
Hattie Putnam Clark 
the Davis Fund 
Sally M. Frye 
Clara E. Lewis 
George A. Newell 
Nellie M. Perham 
Elizabeth M. Proctor 
Florence M. Rideout 
Thurston V. Williams 
Stuart S Draper Rev Trus 
39,151 



Disbursements/Expenses from Trust Fund Income 

Accountant (2007 year-end paid 1/2008) 1 ,000 

Building Improvements & Repairs 22,404 

Children's Programs 354 

Computer: Hardware & Equipment 1,724 

ComputenSoftware, Supplies 990 

Computer: Support 3,526 

Furniture, Fixtures / M&R 574 

Fundraising Consultant & Supplies 2,469 

Reference, Research Materials 2,062 

Special Media (AV/CD, Downloadable Audio) 1,141 

Other NH Library Trustee Dues 1 80 

Disbursement from Trust Fund 2008 36,425 



Income/Expense Carryover/Loss 

2008 YrEndAcctg Svcs Payable Jan 2, 2009 
2008 Computer Support Payable Jan 2, 2009 
Ref& Res (EBSCO) due Jan 2, 2009 
Commited payments from Trust Fund @ 1/2/09 
Net Trust Fund Income/Expense 



2J26 

1,000 
250 
495 

1,745 
981 



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WILTON PUBLIC & GREGG FREE LIBRARY BALANCES @ 12/31/08 

ACCOUNT NAME 

Fines Checking (Sovereign) 46 

Operating Checking (Sovereign) 29,610 

Savings (Sovereign) 29,414 

Trust Fund Income in Savings $2,726 

Renovation Checking (Sovereign) 1,865 

Accounts Receivable (Renovation Pledges) 

Endowment Trust (Charter) Portfolio Value 920,121 

Renovation Trust (Charter) Portfolio Value 38,881 

In-Kind 1,699 

Total Assets 1,021,635 

Respectfully Submitted, 

Joanna K. Eckstrom, Bookkeeper, January 15, 2009 

for Stanley T. Young, Trustee/Treasurer 



64 



2008 REPORT OF BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED 





Estimated 


Map& 


Units/ 


Fees 




Costs 


Lot 


Type 




New Construction 










Kevin D. & Angela J. Kimball 


190,000.00 


C-034-01 


Single 


226.80 


John E. Kukulka Jr. 


110,000.00 


F-030-02 


Single 


352.80 


Ronald & Melissa Shattuck 


450,000.00 


H-080 


Single 


859.00 


Mark R. D'Alessandro 


200,000.00 


E-014-02 


Single 


719.00 


Randy D. & Catherine J. Caswell 


265,000.00 


J-124 


Multi 


935.20 


Joseph E. Mazerall 


36,000.00 


B-101 


Comm 


450.00 


York River LLC 


180,000.00 


C-035-11 


Res 


824.20 


Additions & Alterations 










Charles K. Crawford 


15,000.00 


G-036 


Office/Lab 


52.80 


Bugeau Realty LLC 


50,000.00 


K-020 


Alteration 


50.00 


Kevin J. Degroot 


300,000.00 


J-016 


Multi 


720.00 


Charles K. Crawford 


60,000.00 


G-029 


Industrial Alt 


50.00 


Nathan A. Ball 


10,000.00 


I-039 


Addition 


35.00 


Eric S. Stapelfeld 


75,000.00 


J-037 


Alteration 


216.00 


Ronald & Melissa Shattuck 


270,000.00 


H-080 


Alt & Add 


419.00 


Robert L. Arseneau 


3,500.00 


F-013 


Bathroom 


60.00 


Peter Oberg 


25,000.00 


K-027 


Commercial 


75.60 


Dery Revoc Trust Agre, Karola 


25,000.00 


H-079 


Art Room 


35.00 


Dennis Anfuso 


10,000.00 


J-138 


Bathroom 


105.00 


Andrew V. Hoar 


75,000.00 


C-084 


Bathroom 


64.80 


Gregory M. Sullivan 


3,000.00 


L-026 


Alteration 


35.00 


Pierre D. & Deanna M. Willems 


5,000.00 


D-028 


Addition 


35.00 


Christopher K. & Alyssa J. Beal 


2,000.00 


K-046 


Porch Landing 


35.00 


Arthur B. Tuthill Jr. 


2,000.00 


H-093 


Porch 


35.00 


David W. Glines 


2,000.00 


F-145 


Commercial 


70.00 


Joel F. Stackpole 


80,000.00 


D-1 58-04 


Addition 


218.55 


Paula lasella 


150,000.00 


B-027 


Alteration 


336.90 


Kenneth Cadrain 


35,000.00 


L-005 


Alteration 


90.00 


Derek J. Bouley 


N/A 


C-105 


Add & Alt 


96.60 


Dale A. McGettigan 


50,000.00 


B-028 


Alt Garage 


230.00 


Martin L. Guay 


22,000.00 


L-009 


Sunroom 


35.00 


Donald Jerry Ballou 


3,000.00 


F-055 


Foundation 


35.00 


James E. Steinmark 


16,000.00 


C-015 


Mud room 


35.00 


Daniel L. & Joan W. Ross 


125,000.00 


D-128 


Bed/Bath 


139.25 


Martin L. Guay 


17,500.00 


L-009 


Sunroom 


35.00 


Barns, Garages, Decks, Sheds, Pools Etc. 








Donald H. & Katja Sienkiewicz 


4,000.00 


H-066 


Shed 


35.00 


William C. McKay 


400.00 


C-044 


Shed 


54.00 


Girl Scouts/Swift Water Council 


1,800.00 


F-002 


Adirondack 


N/C 


Robert Toth 


3,000.00 


D-095-9X 


Deck 


35.00 


Hillside of Wilton LLC 


5,000.00 


D-084 


Barn 


270.00 


Matthew D. Davidson 


4,000.00 


L-025 


Deck 


60.00 


John M. Yurcak Jr. 


2,500.00 


H-084 


Shed 


24.00 


Kenneth & Shah Smith 


10,000.00 


F-042-01 


Garage 


72.00 



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Barns, Garages, Decks, Sheds, Pools Etc. contd. 

Paula lasella 
Brian H. Firmin 
Nicholas D. Stepney 
Stephen P. Yurcak 
Kenneth J. & Evelyn Doerr 
Jane E. Rockwood 
Shawn P. Walsh 
Michael P. Degan 
Timothy J. McEntee 
Steven J. McDonough 

Miscellaneous 

Paul A. & Elizabeth L. Levesque 
Paula lasella 

Slocomb Real Estate Holding Co. 
Wilton Main Street Assoc. 

Permit Renewals 

John Brent Manning 

Household of Faith 

Paul R. & Elizabeth LaFontaine 

Daniel B. Gebhardt 

Donald Deslauriers Jr. 

Venable Realty Trust 

Electrical Permits 

Arthur B. Tuthill Jr. 

Ronald A. Hanisch 

David R. Pollock 

Patrick E. & Pamela A. Canney 

Pablo C. Halpren 

Ronald & Melissa Shattuck 

David W. Glines 

Michael B. Holmes 

Eric W. & Sophia J G Fowler 

Charles B. Wetherbee Sr. 

Samuel L. Hatt 

Center for Anthroposophy 

Paul C. Askew 

Paul R. & Elizabeth LaFontaine 

Eddie J. Lamminen Jr. 

Donald R. McGettigan Sr. 



Estimated 


Map & 


Units/ 


Fees 


Costs 


Lot 


Type 


i 


Etc. contd. 








3,000.00 


B-027 


Shed 


35.00 


100,000.00 


F-067 


Garage w/Apt 


234.60 


1,500.00 


F-030-02 


Shed 


35.00 


10,000.00 


H-083-02 


Barn 


168.00 


N/A 


A-059-02 


Shed 


36.00 


40,000.00 


H-108 


Barn 


134.40 


30,000.00 


H-057-01 


Garage 


70.20 


4,094.00 


C-023-08 


Shed 


35.00 


2,500.00 


B-072 


Shed 


50.30 


2,000.00 


H-1 34-01 


Shed 


35.00 




F-097 


Demo 


35.00 


15,000.00 


B-027 


Demo 


35.00 




F-161 


Demo 


35.00 




J-048 


Ugmd Utilities 


N/C 




E-012 


Garage 


35.00 




J-038 


Alt 


35.00 




A-021-02 


Storage 


35.00 




J-032 


Res 


35.00 




C-103 


Alt 


35.00 




F-121-02 


Deck/Shed 


35.00 




H-093 


Service 


25.00 




H-011 


Hot Tub 


25.00 




K-042 


Upgrade 


25.00 




K-160 


Upgrade 


25.00 




F-094-06 


Pool 


25.00 




H-080 


Res 


N/C 




F-145 


Comm. Re-wire 


35.00 




C-039 


Upgrade 


25.00 




J-136 


Re-wire 


25.00 




C-117 


Upgrade 


25.00 




K-134 


Upgrade 


25.00 




J-052 


Comm. 


35.00 




J-015 


Electrical 


25.00 




A-021-02 


Res 


N/C 




D-051 


Upgrade 


25.00 




K-040 


Res 


25.00 



66 



2008 TAX RATE COMPUTATION 



Appropriations 


4,725,904 


Less: Revenues 


2,510,374 


Less: Shared Revenues 


22,041 


Add: Overlay 


63,914 


War Credits 


39,850 


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 



2,298,253 




2,930,442 
3,633,854 
(1,069,963) 
(981,148) 



Approved School(s) Tax Effort 
Local Education Tax Rate 
State Education Taxes 

Equalized Valuation (No Utilities) x 2.14 

458,480,501 
Divided by Local Assessed Valuation (No Utilities) 

455,667,581 
Excess State Education Taxes to be Remitted to State 



2,298,253 



4,513,185 



981,148 



Tax 
Rate 



5.01 



9.84 



2.15 







County Portion 

Due to County 464,943 

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 



455,667,581 
458,718,042 



2.15 
15.85 



457,780 



8,250,366 
(39,850) 

8,210,516 



981,148 
7,269,218 
8,250,366 



1.00 
18.00 



67 



LAND: 



SUMMARY OF INVENTORY VALUATION 
SUMMARY OF INVENTORY 

Current Use 1,178,247.00 

Residential 1 70,689,586.00 

Commercial / Industrial 19,177,700.00 

Total Land 191,045,533.00 

BUILDINGS: 

Residential 243,226,348.00 

Manufactured 521 ,000.00 

Commercial / Industrial 21,389,700.00 
Total Buildings 265,137,048.00 

PUBLIC UTILITIES 3,050,461.00 

VALUATIONS BEFORE EXEMPTIONS 459,233,042.00 

EXEMPTIONS OFF ASSESSED VALUE: 

Elderly 250,000.00 

School 150,000.00 

Blind 45,000.00 

Total Exemptions 445,000.00 



NET VALUATION ON WHICH THE TAX RATE FOR MUNICIPAL, 455,423,165.00 
COUNTY & LOCAL EDUCATION TAX IS COMPUTED 

LESS PUBLIC UTILITIES 3,050,461.00 

NET VALUATION WITHOUT UTILITIES ON WHICH TAX RATE FO 452,372,704.00 
STATE EDUCATION TAX IS COMPUTED 

2008 CURRENT USE REPORT 

Acres Value 



Farm Land 




1,523.00 


278,602.00 


Forest 




6,129.00 


712,853.00 


Forest w. Stewardship 




1,431.00 


176,161.00 


Unproductive 




705.00 


10,583.00 


Wet Lands 




3.00 


48.00 


TOTAL 




9,791.00 


1,178,247.00 


TAX RATE BREAKDOWN 








Tax 




Prior Years 




Rate 




Tax Rates 






2007 


2006 


2005 


Town 


3.77 


3.37 


5.53 


County 


0.97 


0.90 


1.31 


School 


8.95 


9.65 


12.20 


State Ed Tax 


2.05 


2.13 


2.96 


TOTALS 


15.74 


16.05 


22.00 



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SCHEDULE OF TOWN PROPERTY 

MAP NO. LOCATION / DESCRIPTION VALUATION 

B-007 475 Forest Road - Goss Park 181 ,700 

B-016 Dale Street - Land 95,400 

B-023-03 Perham Corner - Land 136,800 

B-130 Burton Highway 31,500 

B-157 Dale Street - Land 12,000 

C-080 Wilton Center - Town Pound 45,000 

C-1 16 Gibbons Highway & Temple Road 9,500 

D-007 Sand Hill Road - Reservoir 1 06, 1 00 

D-013 Isaac Frye Hwy - Vale End Cemetery 43,600 

D-01 5 Isaac Frye Hwy - Old Reservoir 3,500 

D-033 Holt Road - Water Pump House 1 05,600 

D-077 Burns Hill Road - Town Forest 1 1 3,800 

D-087 Carnival Hill 113,000 

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

D-089 Carnival Hill 260,200 

D-091 89 Whiting Hill Road 206, 1 00 

D-093 Mpale Street - Frog Pond 181 ,600 

D-098 Gibbons Highway - Land 900 

D-1 02-01 Intervale Road - Water Pump 24,200 

D-103 Gibbons Highway - Land 104,300 

D-1 04 291 Gibbons Hwy - Recycling Center 452,700 

E-014-03 Russell Hill Road 800 

E-01 5 Gibbons Hwy - Scott Land 6,800 

E-023 Webb Road & Route 1 01 - Land 2,884 

F-004 Isaac Frye Hwy - South Yard Cemetery 22,500 

F-081-01 Abbot Hill Road - Water Tower 303,300 

F-157 Route 31 - Everett Well Site 138,500 

F-158 Route 31 - Abbott Well 147,900 

G-021 Route 31 & King Brook Road-Town Forest 132,800 

H-1 22 Potter Road - Wagener Woods 1 24,600 

J-041 42 Main Street - Town Hall 536,100 

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

J-061 Main Street - Parking Lot 1 1 7,000 

J-068 7 Forest Road - Library 598,300 

J-102 Forest & Main Street - Veteran's Park 1 1 ,500 

J-1 04-01 7 Burns Hill Road - Police Station 523,200 

K-014 37 Park Street - Elementary School 1 ,463,400 

K-062 1 02 Main Street - Fire Station 343,500 

K-064 Main Street - Land 107,300 

K-064-01 Main Street - Land 102,700 

K-1 36 Main Street - Land 2,900 

K-1 39 Main Street & Pine Valley Street - Land 47,300 

K-147 Main Street & Pine Valley Street - Land 43,800 

L-040 Gibbons Hwy & Island St. - Sewer Pump Station 500 

L-047 Abbot Hill Road - Laurel Hill Cemetery 156,200 

L-052 Kennedy Avenue - Land 60,000 

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SCHEDULE OF TOWN OWNED CONSERVATION EASEMENTS 



Map/Lot 


Location 


Public 
Use 


Description 


D-001 


Isaac Frye Highway 


Restricted 


Hoover Land Easement 


D-018 


Isaac Frye Highway 


Restricted 


Hoover Land Easement 


D-042 


Davisville Road 


Restricted 


Hoover Land Easement 


D-084 


Hawthorne Drive 


Allowed 


Hillside Trails 


D-084-08 


Hillside Road 


Allowed 


Hillside Trails 


D-084-03 


Pead Hill Road 


Allowed 


Fox Howe Easement 


E-027-01 


Greenville Road 


Allowed 


Souhegan Shoreland Easement 


F-048-01 


Intervale Road 


Allowed 


Souhegan Riparian Way 


F-048-02 


Intervale Road 


Allowed 


Souhegan Riparian Way 


F-048-03 


Intervale Road 


Allowed 


Souhegan Riparian Way 


F-054-08 


Isaac Frye Highway 


Restricted 


Four Corners Farm Land Easement 


F-095-12 


Isaac Frye Highway 


Allowed 


Four Corners Trail Easement 


F-098-01 


Isaac Frye Highway 


Restricted 


Four Corners Farm Land & 
Buildings 


F-100 


McGettigan Rd 


Restricted 


McGettigan Land Easement** 


F-102-4 


McGettigan Rd 


Restricted 


McGettigan Land Easement** 


F-122 


Abbot Hill Road 


Allowed 


Riverwalk Riparian Way 


H-054-03 


Badger Farm Road 


Allowed 


Four Corners Trail Easement 


H-054-08 


Abbot Hill Road 


Restricted 


Four Corners Farm Land Easement 


L-028 


Gibbons Hwy 


Allowed 


Harwood Raparian Way 



**Easement held by Society for the Protection of NH Forests with the Town of 
Wilton holding an executory interest in the easement. 



70 



SELECTMEN'S REPORT 

Selectmen Jerry Greene was replaced on the board by William Condra. Bill 
brought with him an invaluable knowledge of the building codes and enforcement 
issues. This was Bill's first year as an elected official and has proved to be an 
asset to the board. 

2008 has been a year with some turmoil with the tax rate increasing to $18.00 
per thousand of valuation, along with the ice storm in December. The basic 
reason for the increase was equally shared between the school districts and the 
lack of revenues estimated by the town. The budget for 2009 will show that all 
the schools and the town have strived to bring to the voters a flat budget or at 
least very close to those parameters. 

The Town is experiencing the same economy as other towns are in New 
Hampshire. There are foreclosures and job losses throughout. The collection of 
property taxes is slow and behind last year as of the date of this report. The 
good news is that all departments and budget committee recognize these issues 
and have tighten their belts for the year before us. 

The fire station space needs committee has been very active this year. An 
architect was hired and the building committee has had many meetings to 
determine the differences between wants and needs. The initial cost estimates 
were a shock to us all. When the committee reviewed the estimates and took 
into consideration the economy, no specific resolution was made in order to bring 
this before the voters at the annual Town Meeting. The town meeting may be 
continued to May or June for the taxpayers consideration. This will allow the 
architects time to have exact bids for the project in hand. 

The "ice storm" in December was horrific to say the least. Everyone was 
effected to some degree. The selectmen would like to take this opportunity to 
salute our "HEROES" for their unsolicited time and energy in making themselves 
available to those in need. The "HEROES" we refer to are the Police 
Department, Fire Department, Ambulance Service, and last but certainly not 
least, our Highway Department. The town owes these departments its sincere 
gratitude and thanks for their efforts in this time of need. 

The Selectmen would like to thank the trustees of the Stuart Draper Trust for the 
donation of the new basketball court located at Carnival Hill. The dedication of 
the court will take place in the spring of 2009. The town is most appreciative for 
this charitable gift. 

The Boston Post Cane for the oldest living person living in the Town of Wilton 
was passed on to Polly Kenick, who resides at 5 Howard Street. The 
presentation, given by selectmen William Condra, was held at her favorite weekly 
meeting place, Nelsons Candy, in downtown Wilton. 

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This was the year for the 100th anniversary of the Gregg Free Library. A day of 
celebration was held in September and several speakers were present to 
recognize the fund raising efforts of sponsors, library employees, and the 
trustees for their efforts in the recent library renovations and improvements. This 
was a great success and may we all take pride in this impressive building. 

A special thanks to the town office personnel who keep the town records legible, 
readily available to the public, and undaunted assistance to all the town 
departments and taxpayers. 

Let us all wish for a year of prosperity, practical wisdom and the willingness to 
listen. 



Respectfully Submitted, 
Richard D. Rockwood, Chairman 
Daniel E. Donovan III 
William F. Condra 



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WILTON POLICE DEPARTMENT 

2008 has been a very busy year for the Police Department. Unfortunately, we 
are continuing to see an increase in our activity since 2004, especially in major 
case investigations. The largest growth occurred in the category of crimes 
against persons (assaults, rapes, etc.). We were encouraged, however, to see 
decreases in the areas of drug related incidents. We were fortunate to be 
awarded a grant from the NH Highway Safety Agency again this year. This grant 
was used to make our roads safer through increased patrols directed at speeding 
drivers. 

Tragedy struck our community in April when the department responded to a 
domestic violence related homicide. This was the first murder in our Town in 
nearly three decades. We were also faced with a natural disaster in December in 
the form of a major winter ice storm that crippled the region knocking out power 
to the entire town and closing nearly every road. This agency worked in 
conjunction with all of the other Town departments to clear roads and ensure the 
safety of our residents. 

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 2009 and will continue to 
concentrate our efforts on improving our operations and nurturing our partnership 
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: 5500 



Criminal Reports: 


318 


Homicide: 




1 


Juvenile: 




128 


Arrests: 




202 


Accidents: 




144 (1 fatal) 


Motor Vehicle: 




2279 


Sincerely, 






Chief Brent D. 


Hautanen 


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73 



WILTON HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT 

2008 ended much as it started, stormy. The winter of "08" was a record breaker 
with 28 snow and/or ice events totaling 85.5" of snow and 13.5" of ice. The 
December ice storm crippled many towns and left us without power for weeks. At 
this time we are still calculating the damage and have a long road ahead of us for 
clean up. Along with the horrendous winter, the summer rains were a daily battle 
and many gravel roads showed the wear. 

The Highway Department is very grateful to the townspeople for approving the 
allocation of funds to purchase a new six-wheel freightliner plow/dump truck and 
retiring the 1992 Mack CH612. The new plow truck is equipped with a reversible 
front plow as well as a side (wing) plow, lock-in rear-end for full traction, a mid 
mounted spreader, and a Swenson 9.5 yard dump body sander combination. 

We stayed on course with our routine maintenance schedule and upgrading of 
the paved roads. This is a very expensive undertaking as we watch the price of 
oil based products (asphalt) become very volatile in today's weakened economy. 
The infrastructure of Wilton is one of old and new combined, with the old needing 
replacement and deteriorating quickly. We replaced and upgraded half of the 
drainage from Route 31 to the High School road in 2008 and need to complete 
this project in 2009. Hopefully, the School road will also be completed before the 
end of the year. 

Once again, I have to thank the four men that report to work and somehow 
handle everything that Mother Nature has thrown at us these last few years. I feel 
their diligence goes unnoticed by many. The sleepless hours they work to keep 
the roads safe through the long storms proves to me that they are dedicated to 
the citizens of this town, which we call home. 

Respectively Submitted, 
Steve Elliott 
Wilton Road Agent 



74 



REPORT OF THE WILTON WATER WORKS 2008 

An enlarged Well Head Protection Area (WHPA) was defined by adding another 90 
acres of land to the east and south of the existing WHPA. Pumping tests completed in 
the fall of 2007 confirmed the need to expand the protected area around our two 
production wells on State Route 31 South. The testing and delineation was completed 
by Dan Tinkham a hydrologist with Emery and Garrett Ground Water of Meredith, NH. 
NH DES provided a grant of $15,000.00 to help fund the project. The WHPA now 
includes approximately 396 acres. 

The Pump Station roof was replaced and structural work to the access hatch was 
completed. The access hatch is used to remove the Everett Well pump and motor from 
the pump house for maintenance purposes. Our storage/office trailer was secured to it's 
concrete pad, skirting was installed to close in the bottom of the trailer, and new stairs 
were installed. The trailer is used to store our contamination pads and booms for use in 
spill control should an accident occur in the vicinity of the wells on State Route 31. 

Merrithew Inc. was hired as Clerk of the Works to advertise and oversee the cleaning 
and interior painting of our storage tank on Abbot Hill Rd. Limmerick Steeple Jacks of 
Limmerick, Maine was the successful bidder. The work will be completed in the spring 
of 2009. 

The Abbot Well pump failed in April. Due to the age of the submersible unit it was 
decided to replace both the motor and pump with new equipment. 

The dead end water main on Intervale Road was extended approximately 800 feet to 
State Route 101 completing the loop, providing improved water quality and increased 
water volume to users on the street. 

We applied for and received chemical monitoring waivers for both production wells from 
NH DES. Waivers are granted when monitoring activities and landowner education 
complies with best management practices as established by the NH DES. This includes 
handling and disposal of hazardous waste and petroleum products within the WHPA. 

The Milford-Wilton Interconnection Project is studying the feasibility of connecting the 
two municipal water systems providing a back-up water source in the event of a 
catastrophic incident in either town. A pump station near the M i If ord- Wilton town line in 
the vicinity of Route 101 was recommended by the study to push water from Milford into 
the Wilton Water Works storage tank on Abbot Hill Road. Water being provided to 
Milford would gravity feed out of the Wilton system. NH DES provided a grant of 
$15,000.00 toward the study, with Milford contributing $2,500.00 and Wilton contributing 
$7,500.00. We are looking to the State and Federal governments for additional funding 
for the project. 

We wish to thank the Town Hall Staff and Highway Department for their help operating 
the system this past year. Their efforts make it possible for us to provide services to our 
water users at a reasonable cost. 

Respectfully Submitted, 

Wilton Water Commission 

Charles O. McGettigan, Jr. 

James A. Tuttle 

C. Stanley Schultz, Jr. 

75 



BUILDING INSPECTOR REPORT 



The year 2008 was my first as Building Inspector. I brought to this position 35 
years of building experience. Being new, I took the time to familiarize myself with 
the code books in order to better serve the public. I would like to take this 
opportunity to thank Bill Condra and the Town Hall staff for helping to familiarize 
me with the required paperwork for this job. 

During 2008, there were fewer new homes being built. Instead, people were 
remodeling and putting on additions. A number of residents upgraded their fuel 
burners to more energy efficient models. 

My office has limited daily hours, but if you need anything, please call, and I will 
make myself available to address you questions and concerns. 

Respectfully Submitted, 

Keith M. Carmen 
Building Inspector 



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WILTON BOARD OF CEMETERY TRUSTEES 

We are completing our third year as trustees. This year, per the RSA's, we have 
defined our duties and responsibilities as trustees. The cemetery software is 
now on the town computer and data is still in the beginning stages of being 
entered. Someday this software will be a great aid in locating information on 
burials. The trustees receive many inquiries and at the moment it is quite time 
consuming to find answers. 

After serving Wilton and the surrounding area as a funeral director for many 
years and almost three years as a cemetery trustee, Jim Nelson has retired and 
moved to a warmer climate. Thank you, Jim, for providing your expertise in the 
formation of our fledgling committee. Brian Adams was sworn in as the new 
appointed cemetery trustee to complete Jim's term. Brian is a very welcome 
addition to the trustees, bringing with him his extensive knowledge of the Wilton 
cemeteries. 

The town will have a contract with Medlyn Monuments to begin the work of 
repairing some of the older, broken stones. We express many thanks to the 
members of the Heritage Commission who took on this project and provided us 
with an updated CD of broken stones, complete with pictures. This work will be 
ongoing for a few years. 

The board would also like to thank residents who have attended our meetings 
expressing concerns. Input from others is of great help to the trustees in 
considering what is best for the cemeteries. 

Thanks to Steve Elliott, the custodian of the cemeteries, for all the work he and 
his crew do to maintain the cemeteries of Wilton. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Doreece J. Miller, Chair. 
Maureen F. Donovan, Clerk 
Brian Adams 



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WILTON FIRE DEPARTMENT 2008 

This year the crew was kept busy as usual. The call volume reached 165 runs. 

Our major incident for the year was the ice storm. When the town lost power we 
felt the need to man the fire station until a minimum of 90 percent of the power 
for the town was restored. So, for 10 days, a minimum of 2 people staffed the 
station around the clock. The volunteers all took turns of either a night shift or a 
day shift and some even called their workplace and used their vacation time to 
assist when it was needed. 

One thing about a small community, we all pull together in times of need and so 
far we have been able to pull through these disasters with no loss of life. 

As in past years I would like to thank the Town Hall staff, Highway, Police, and 
EMS for all their continued support. Working together with these folks makes our 
community a great place to live. 

In closing, I would like to thank all of my department for going the extra mile. If it 
wasn't for their dedication and devotion, my job would be a nightmare at times. 
These people give so much to the community; I just can't thank them and their 
families enough. Great job folks and keep up the good work. 

Respectfully Submitted, 

Raymond Dick 
Fire Chief 



WILTON FOREST FIRE WARDEN REPORT 2008 

In 2008 we had 2 small brush fires and 1 illegal burn that required a response 
from the Fire Department. It was a slow year for wildfires. I would like to thank 
the Fire Officers for their continued effort in writing the permits and checking the 
smoke calls from the fire towers. I would also like to thank the Town Hall office 
staff for writing permits during the day to free us up for other duties. We would 
like to ask that people exercise extra caution this year. The broken trees during 
the ice storm will add to the fueling of brush fires. 

'"REMEMBER*** 
ONLY YOU CAN PREVENT FOREST FIRES 

Respectfully Submitted, 

Ronald Caswell 
Forest Fire Warden 

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LIBRARY DIRECTOR'S REPORT 

The library provides wireless access to the Internet twenty-four hours a day, 
seven days a week. Public access computers are available to the public in the 
library. For the convenience of the public, there is also a scanner, a fax machine, 
and a copier available for use for a small fee. Our library catalog is online at 
wiltonlibrarvnh. org . Programming information for adults and children is also 
listed on our website. 

Visit the library website and view photographs and descriptions of the restoration 
of this 100-year-old building. 

Thanks to the staff, trustees, volunteers and our extended community of library 
users for their continuing support. We look forward to another exciting year as 
we begin our second century of service. 

Carol R. Roberts, Director 



WILTON PUBLIC AND GREGG FREE LIBRARY TRUSTEE'S REPORT 

The Library celebrated its centennial year in 2008 with a host of special events. 
In the spring we held a grand reopening of the Children's Room with special 
activities taking place each month. In April (National Library Month), we displayed 
David A. Gregg memorabilia, items from the Historical Society, and the work of 
local artists in the rotunda. Regional authors gave readings throughout the 
summer, and the Library participated in the NH Humanities Council Book Group. 
These events all led up to the rededication of the Library on September 20, 2008. 
Local and state dignitaries were on hand to witness a re-enactment of David A. 
Gregg's address to the citizens of Wilton. 

The Library renovation project has received recognition from several sources. 
The New Hampshire Chapter of the American Institute of Architects presented an 
Honor Award for Restoration to Richard Monahon, citing an "extremely sensitive, 
non-intrusive renovation, respectful of the existing structure." In addition, the 
project also received awards from the New Hampshire Preservation Alliance and 
the New Hampshire Downtown Excellence Awards. 

The Library Board of Trustees thanks everyone who donated their time, money, 
and skills to the renovation effort. This has been a true community effort, and 
reflects the pride that the citizens of Wilton have in their town and all its 
resources. 

Ronald Brown 

Chair, Library Trustees 

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WILTON CONSERVATION COMMISSION - 2008 

Natural Resource Inventory (NRI) - WCC has received most of the final maps 
of this project. These hardcopy maps are the first step in materials generated by 
the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests (SPNHF). The last 
phase is electronic data files which will be able to be edited and projected on a 
screen for use at Zoning and Planning meetings. These materials are also 
available for use by other Town boards and committees. Once again, our grateful 
thanks to the Planning Board, ZBA, NRPC, and especially Dawn Tuomala, for all 
their valuable input and assistance on this important project. 

Frog Pond - Construction work at the dam is finished. Engineering reports to the 
State and re-seeding around the construction in the spring will complete the 
project, which consisted of constructing an emergency spillway on the dam as 
advised by the State. Our sincere thanks to Continental Paving Company who 
donated equipment and top soil; to the engineers, Meridian Land Services; and 
especially to Steve Elliott and his crew for their excellent work. Also, to Jeff Stone 
who monitors the dam, to Chris Carter who mows the trail, and to the individuals 
who donated a picnic table for the site, we thank you for your contributions. 

Carnival Hill - Restoration of the field edge at the Boy Scout Lookout was 
completed this year. Due to mowing equipment used these days, field edges 
tend to grow back into the fields. The woodlands had extended beyond 20 feet 
into the field in the more than 20 years during which the Town has owned this 
section of Carnival Hill. The Wilton Community Garden at Carnival Hill had a very 
successful first year, and the group is working on a few improvements for this 
coming season. We have been happy to assist them, and our thanks to Nicole 
Colvin-Griffin for having the vision to make this wonderful project a reality. 

2008: General - Land Management responsibilities included the Carnival Hill 
field edge restoration as well as monitoring our several easements. Wooded 
areas managed by WCC received some damage due to the December 12 ice 
storm. The Open Lands efforts of WCC continue to move forward by discussing 
with landowners the value of keeping their land undeveloped through easements 
owned by a land trust or the Town. If you have 10 or more acres you might wish 
to conserve, please contact us. Additionally, a major part of our work continues to 
be attending Zoning and Planning meetings to work together with those boards in 
protecting our Town's natural resources, as well as attending local regional 
meetings where collaborative efforts help to shape and achieve conservation and 
environmental goals in and around the Souhegan Valley. 

Our sincere thanks and appreciation goes to all the Town employees, board 
members, and citizens who assisted and supported us in our work this year. 
WCC continues to be productive and successful with your help. Thank you. 

Lynne E. Draper, Chair William H. Mahar 

Spencer C. Brookes II H. Alan Preston 

Laurence S. Coronis Leslie P. Tallarico 

W.Bart Hunter 

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2008 SEWER DEPARTMENT REPORT 

The 2008 operating expense for the waste collection system was held below our 
estimate this year and the overall system remained relativity trouble free. 

The pump stations, both Intervale and Mill Street have two new pumps at each 
location and should function well for some time to come. The structures have had 
work done to repair age related problems with the brickwork and roof covering. 

The cost to treat the waste at the Milford facility is slightly less this year, resulting 
in lower payments for Wilton. With this in mind the commissioners are estimating 
that the 2009 budget will be equal to or less than that of 2008. 

We thank the Town Hall staff, the Highway Department, and the users for their 
continuing efforts in making this a successful and trouble free system. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
C. Stanley Schultz, Jr. 
Charles O. McGettigan, Jr. 
James A. Turtle 



2008 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 2008, the Center handled 26.093 Police incidents, 2.282 Fire incidents, and 
1.614 EMS incidents. MACC handled a total of 29.989 incidents, compared to 
26.435 total incidents in 2007.We have also provided hundreds of assistance 
calls for non-MACC agencies, and innumerable calls for information from the 
public. 

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 



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RECYCLING CENTER 

The Wilton Recycling Center has been affected this year by the economy an 
increasingly stringent environmental regulations. 

Overall, the volume of recyclable materials has declined. The sale of these materials ll 
a significant factor in offsetting expenses and a decline in volume has beej 
compounded by a precipitous decline in market prices for glass, steel, copper, an |i 
paper. The conservative estimates that were used for 2008 revenues missed the mam 
by a considerable margin. The Budget Committee and Selectmen have adjusted th-<j 
revenue figures for 2009 accordingly and a variety of additional cost cutting measure'; 
have been implemented to keep costs at a reasonable level. 

In the meantime the operation of the recycling center has continued to become; 
increasingly complex due to increasingly stringent environmental regulations enforced 
by the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services. Fortunately, DES ha;! 
agreed, based on on-going required test results from monitoring wells, that the 
abandoned landfill adjacent to the recycling center will not face capping and forma! 
closure in the near future. Every effort is being made to work with DES to avoid the! 
substantial cost of closure for as long as possible. 

Also, due to a change in environmental regulations, the town has been put on notice 
that the existing incinerator cannot be operated beyond the end of 2010. The town and 
the recycling committee have discussed the various options. One is installation of a 
scrubber on the incinerator at an estimated cost of between two and four million dollars! 
plus considerable annual maintenance and other expenses; this option is not being 
considered. There is a separate warrant article seeking appropriation of $11,300.00 for 
decommissioning of the incinerator and associated engineering work for modification of 
the recycling center. The latter will allow the town to determine how best to deal with 
materials that are currently incinerated as well as to come up with a design for possible 
modification of the facility. The design will be done during 2009 and whatever 
modification of the facility is required will be commenced in early 2010. The recycling 
center committee will undoubtedly be meeting regularly in the next few months and 
citizen input would certainly be encouraged. 

The Wilton Recycling Center continues to endeavor to responsibly address the solid 
waste issues in a cost-effective manner. We are grateful for the dedicated work of all 
our employees and for the cooperation and assistance of those we serve. 

Respectfully Submitted, 

Maurice Guay, Recycling Manager 



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HEALTH OFFICE 

The Health Officer conducted routine inspections of public and private schools, 
preschools, and dwellings where child, dependent adult, and foster care is 
provided The Health Officer worked closely with the Police Department, Building 
Inspector, Welfare Officer, Division for Children, Youth & Families, 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 and 
safety hazards. Of particular concern were the numbers of minor children living in 
such dwellings wherein landlords failed to provide minimal housing standards. 
Residents of Wilton are strongly encouraged to notify the Health Office of any 
concerns regarding the health and safety of tenants such as rodent, vermin, and 
insect infestation, or other unsanitary or unsafe conditions in buildings. 

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. Current information about mosquito- 
borne illness can be found at www.dhhs.state.nh.us 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Rise Smyth-Freed, BS, RN 
Health Officer 



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WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH-TEMPLE AMBULANCE SERVICE 

This year marks our 35 th year serving the residents of our towns. It is hard to 
believe that from the little station in the Wilton Town Hall, with a few very 
dedicated volunteers, we have grown to an ambulance service that offers 
Paramedic level care 24/7. We have come so far. 

On January 3, 2009 we lost one of those volunteers, Elizabeth Stevens, our 1 st 
Chief. Her dedication helped make this service what it is today. 

It has been another very busy year for Wilton-Lyndeborough-Temple Ambulance 
Service. We have responded to 455 calls for medical aid this year. These calls 
are as diverse as attending to the most critically injured motor vehicle accident 
patient to attending to a heart attack patient. We train many hours every month to 
stay proficient in our skills in order to provide the most up to date and best 
emergency care to our patients. 

In the early hours of December 12, 2008, an ice storm roared into the 
Monadnock Region. It was the worst storm in most of our memories. Since we 
serve three Towns and share some of our membership with the Lyndeborough 
Fire Dept and the Temple Fire Dept we were short handed. We sent a crew to 
the Town of Lyndeborough with an ambulance (staged at the LFD) and a crew to 
Wilton with an ambulance (staged at WFD), as we would be better able to access 
Temple from the Wilton station. We were very busy for the next 9 days with calls, 
checking on our residents in our three towns, and helping our neighbor, 
Greenville. The ambulance bay had power sooner than most of our residents and 
we were able to keep our ambulances at required temperatures. They only had 
to "sleep over" at the above fire stations for two nights. We would like to thank 
both the Wilton and the Lyndeborough Fire Departments for their hospitality. 

Most of all, a huge THANK YOU to the EMTs, EMT-ls, and EMT-Ps that worked 
tirelessly to make sure everyone was safe and sound and had everything that 
they needed. Our towns are so lucky to have all of you! 

Thank you to all that continue to donate to our Capital Fund for our 
Monitor/Defibrillator. 

Respectfully Submitted, 

Carylyn H. McEntee, Paramedic/Director 



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2008 HERITAGE COMMISSION REPORT 

The Wilton Heritage Commission meets at the Wilton Public Library on the fourth 
Tuesday of the month at 7:30 PM. 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. 

The Commission's ongoing projects include our historical House Plaque 
Program, the monitoring of the Four Corner Farm Conservation Agreement for 
outside historic appearance compliance, scanning of selected town documents 
and historic photos (visit our web-site to view a sampling of these collections; we 
are listed on the library web-site, www.wiltonlibrarvnh.org .); and further progress 
was made on our long-term goal of the Wilton Heritage Trail Program with the 
installation of the fourth in a series of Wilton historic community markers in the 
French Village section of town, and the first of three proposed downtown historic 
display kiosks, constructed by Commission members and erected at the site of 
the former Whiting Box Factory, near the police station. The displays planned for 
this kiosk will highlight the history of Main Street and the downtown mills. If you 
own a house built before 1850 and would like to participate in our plaque 
program please contact us. To date, 66 homeowners have taken advantage of 
this program; if you have town related historical photos you would be willing to 
have scanned and added to our collection, please talk to any member of the 
Commission. 

The damage survey of the three town-owned cemeteries - Vale End, South 
Yard, and Laurel Hill ~ was completed this year. A total of 105 damaged 
headstones and/or cemetery lots were photographed and documented. 
Estimates for repair were obtained. All documentation and estimates were turned 
over to the Cemetary Trustees with the recommendation that repair costs be 
included in their budget request. 

The application to put the Wilton Town Hall on the National Register of Historic 
Places was submitted last fall. We expect approval this spring or early summer. 
This will make the second town owned building to be on the register; there are 
several other sites in town on the register as well, including some private 
residences and Frye's Measure Mill. 

Finally, the Commission has begun work on researching and restoring the Old 
County Farm Cemetery. The Hillsborough County Poor Farm was located in 
Wilton at the former Whiting family farm from the years 1867 to 1894. We believe 
that there may be as many as 100 individuals, many of whom were infants or 
young children, buried on the site. A simple memorial marker was erected there 
by the county in the 1920's. 

Respectfully Submitted, 

Wilton Heritage Commission 

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WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH YOUTH CENTER 

The summer of 2008 was another great one. It was filled with many new 
members, fun and games, 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 was able to paint the craft building, ramps, and 
pavilion and seal/paint the pier walls. We were also able to replace the roof, 
paint the pump house, and install outside lighting for our night activities. 

Our membership this year was 117 families who enjoyed the Youth Center from 
Wilton, Lyndeborough and 5 surrounding towns. We also had many daily guests 
who enjoyed the park facilities. The park had five Red Cross Certified swim 
instructors who taught 146 lessons. Twenty-two children participated on our 
swim team in 2008 competing with other local towns. 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 bike and safety talk, 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 ten as a New 
Hampshire Main Street Community. Downtown statistics for 2008 show: 

Promotional Events = 6 

Building Improvements = 2 

New Businesses Opened Downtown = 4 

Businesses Closed = 4 

Statistics 1998 -2008 

Since WMSA's inception in 1998, Wilton has realized a total private/public 
reinvestment of $1 ,071 ,581 and a total gain of 37 new businesses and 34 new jobs 
in the downtown business district. 

WMSA has given approximately $5,000 in grant funds to downtown businesses for 
improving their building facades or purchasing business signs, leveraging our grant 
funds for a private/public reinvestment totaling $263,458 and 52 improvements. 

WMSA has coordinated over 106 promotions and community events for Wilton 
residents and to publicize our downtown to the greater region. 

2008 Activities 

During 2008, the WMSA continued to manage projects that benefit businesses and 
residents and improve the attractiveness of our Downtown. 2007 saw the new 
sidewalk project completed with a grant obtained by WMSA. WMSA has served as a 
resource for several community groups providing information and assistance. 
The main project for 2008 was the completion of the first phase of the park in 
Lot 48 on Main Street. This included the general land preparation, installation of 
water, and conduits for electricity plus other necessary ground work and landscaping. 
The park was created to provide a vital pedestrian landscape in downtown Wilton 
which is dedicated to the enjoyment of its citizens and visitors of all ages. As a public 
space, it is also used for activities such as "Celebrate Wilton," the Harvest Fair, 
Holiday Stroll, and many more. The mission of any event is to attract people from 
near and far which will add to the vibrancy of "downtown" Wilton and bring people to 
downtown to patronize the theater, restaurants, shops, and recreational activities. 

A grant for $15,000 from New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, along with many 
private donations and other smaller grants, was utilized in the completion of the first 
phase of the park. It also included donations of trees and granite benches. The 
second phase of the park will include the burial of utility lines, more landscaping, a 
platform for performances, a pergola, and eventually a fountain. 

Other projects in 2008 included business development assistance, a Market Analysis 
of Wilton's downtown business district, mentoring, promotional help, and many public 
events. The publication of the color brochure Destination Wilton in 2007 which 



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details the shopping and recreational activities available in Wilton continues to be 
popular. 

WMSA also received $30,559 in grants and sponsorships that were reinvested back 
into programs for the community. 

Events put on by WMSA also served as venues for fundraising efforts by other 
community organizations such as "Celebrate Wilton" which was held on June 7, 
2008, and included FRES, Wilton Public and Gregg Free Public Library, Second 
Congregational Church, Lions Club, American Legion, the Masons, and Wilton Town 
Hall Theater as well as many individual volunteers. 

2008 also saw the change of Project Managers as Tracy Hutchins-Bardsley moved 
to Milford and Sarah Pack-Sadowsky came on board in June, 2008. We welcome 
Sarah and look forward to seeing her presence on Main Street. 

The Wilton Main Street Association, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, thanks the 
Town of Wilton, area businesses, organizations, and individuals for their abiding help 
and support. 

Respectfully Submitted, 

Caryn Mayo 

President, Wilton Main Street Association Board of Directors 



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Home Healthcare, REPORT TO THE TOWN OF WILTON 2008 

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2008 ANNUAL REPORT 



In 2008, Home Healthcare, Hospice and Community Services (HCS) continued 
to provide home care and community services to the residents of Wilton. The 
following information represents HCS's activities in Wilton during the past twelve 
months. 

SERVICES REPORT 

Services Offered Services Provided 

Nursing 342 Visits 

Physical Therapy 83 Visits 

Speech Pathology 2 Visits 

Occupational Therapy 19 Visits 

Medical Social Work 25 Visits 

Home Health Aide 141 Visits 

Chronic Care 177 Hours 

Health Promotion Clinics 12 Clinics 

Total Unduplicated Residents Served: 28 

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 2008 with all funding sources is 
$98,145.00 

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. 

We appreciate town support of home care for residents. Inquiries about services 
can be made by calling 654-2820, or visiting our website at 
www.HCSservices.org . 



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*3nN annual report of nrpc activities for the TOWN OF WILTON 
Land Use and Environment 

♦ Legislative Services - During the 2008 session NRPC worked closely with 
representatives of Wilton to educate members of the Legislature regarding the intent 
of several bills proposing changes to state statutes regulating grandfathered land 
uses and extractive industries. 

♦ NRPC Energy Program - This year, NRPC began a multi-year project to provide 
support to local energy committees. The NRPC will assist these committees in 
conducting an inventory of the energy use of town facilities and buildings. The 
NRPC will then assist the town in identifying steps that can save energy at each 
facility. This project will extend through 2009. 

♦ Workforce Housing - During 2008 NRPC updated the Regional Housing Needs 
Assessment. This document is a planning tool for the Wilton Planning Board that 
identifies the amount of housing that will be needed in the community by 2015. 

♦ Innovative Land Use Planning Guidelines - NRPC working with the other NH 
regional planning commissions and NH Department of Environmental Services 
completed development of the Innovative Land Use Planning Guidelines. 

♦ Brownfields - NRPC continued its regional brownfield assessment process. This 
process is identifying brownfields throughout the region that qualify for federal and 
state funding programs. 

♦ Resources and Training - Through the innovative iTRaC (Integrating Transportation 
and Community Planning) program the NRPC provided a wide array of resources to 
town volunteers and staff. 

♦ ITrac E-News- NRPC also launched the iTRAC E-News which provides bi-monthly 
updates on projects, training and resources available through the NRPC iTRAC 
program. 

Transportation 

NRPC as the designated Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the region is 
responsible for developing and maintaining the region's transportation planning program. 

♦ Support for Non-emergency Medical Transportation Project - Throughout 2008 
NRPC transportation staff has met with and advised representatives from Souhegan 
Valley communities on the initiation of the Non-emergency Medical Transportation 
Project. This project provides rides to those who need help getting to and from 
medical appointments. 

♦ Traffic Data Collection - Conducted 6 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. The count data is available to anyone through the NRPC 
website and more detailed data from each count is available upon request. 

♦ Human Service Transit Coordination - For several years the Department of 
Transportation and Department of Health and Human Services have been 
developing a process for coordinating transit services. In the coming year it is 

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anticipated that this project will lead to increased transit service throughout the 
NRPC region and help meet the transportation needs of many seniors and disabled 
adults without transportation options. 

♦ Road Inventory - During 2008, NRPC staff prepared and updated the data in the 
town Road Inventory. This data set allows officials from the Town and NH DOT to 
have the most up to date information on Wilton's roads and will be used for planning 
road improvements in the community. 

♦ Transportation Emergency Preparedness Plan - During fall 2008 NRPC began a 
project to identify the impacts of emergencies on the region's transportation system 
and identify methods to prepare for and mitigate the impact of those emergencies. 
Members of the town staff including police, fire, and planning are participating in this 
effort. 

♦ Environmental Planning for Transportation Projects - Also during the fall of 2008, 
NRPC began a project that will assess the environmental impacts of all 
transportation projects that are planned for the Souhegan Valley watershed and 
identify approaches to coordinating the mitigation process to achieve the greatest 
environmental benefit. Members of the town conservation commission and non- 
profit groups located in the community are actively participating in the development 
of this project. 

♦ Regional Traffic Model - NRPC is updating the regional traffic model to provide 
morning and afternoon peak hour traffic forecasts. 

♦ Long Range Transportation Plan - During 2008, NRPC completely updated the 
region's Long Range Transportation Plan, Transportation Improvement Program and 
Air Quality Conformity Analysis. 

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. 

♦ Updated 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. 

♦ This year NRPC worked with the town assessor and the Registry of Deed database 
to update the town digital parcel map to include all changes to property data. 

♦ Provided town volunteers with all the existing GIS data on CD for use on Town 
projects. 

♦ Completed regular maintenance tasks and performed updates to the Wilton GIS data 
which is maintained by NRPC. 

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

♦ Addressed numerous mapping requests 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 11, 2008 

& 

TOWN MEETING MINUTES FROM 

MARCH 14, 2008 

Moderator William Keefe opened the polls at the Wilton Town Hall at 10:00 A.M. for ti 
purpose of voting for Town Officers and School Officials. The polls closed at 7:00 P. 
From a voter checklist of 2847 registered voters the following votes were cast with varioi 
write-ins omitted, 415 votes, including 7 absentee ballots: 

Selectmen - 3 years 

Alexander Loverme Jr. 175 

William F Condra 215 

Treasurer - 1 year 

GaryCrooker 10 

Trustee of the Trust Funds - 3 years 
TBD 

Moderator - 2 years 

William J. Keefe 356 

Town Clerk - 3 years 

Jane Keefe Farrell 382 

Planning Board - 3 years (2 positions open) 
Jeffrey A. Kandt 259 

Matthew S. Fish 315 

Planning Board - 2 years 

Walter S. Zuber 121 

Michael J. Cooley 150 

Supervisor of the Checklist - 6 years 
Lori J. Rolke 339 

Supervisor of the Checklist - 4years 
TBD 

Water Commissioner 

Thomas P. Herlihy 174 

C. Stanley Schultz 195 

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Sewer Commissioner 

C. Stanley Schultz 329 

Cemetery Trustee - 3 years 
Doreece J. Miller352 

Cemetery Trustee - 2 years 

Maureen F. Donovan 334 

Moderator William Keefe began the business portion of the Town Meeting at the Florence 
Rideout Elementary School Auditorium on Friday the 14th day of March 2008 at 7:30 P.M. 

2. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of thirty thousand 
dollars ($30,000) to purchase a backhoe for the Wilton Recycling Center and to 
authorize the withdrawal of said monies from the Recycling Center Capital Reserve 
Fund previously established for that purpose, or to take any other action relating 
thereto. 

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

Moved by Richard Rockwood, seconded by Dan Donovan. The article was, as 
written, voice vote approved. 

3. To see if the Town will vote to discontinue the Library Renovation and Preservation 
Capital Reserve Fund. Fund balance as of 12/31/2007 was six thousand eight 
hundred twenty four dollars and forty cents ($6,824.40). Said funds, with 
accumulated interest to date of withdrawal, are to be transferred to the general fund 
or to take any other action relating thereto. 

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

Moved by Richard Rockwood, seconded by Dan Donovan. The article was, as 
written, voice vote approved. 

4. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of six thousand eight 
hundred twenty five dollars ($6,825) for Library Renovation. The monies to come 
from the general fund, or to take any other action relating thereto. 

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

Moved by Richard Rockwood, seconded by Dan Donovan. The article was, as 
written, voice vote approved. 

5. To see if the Town will vote to discontinue the Athletic Playing Fields Capital 
Reserve Fund. Fund balance as of 12/31/2007 was seventeen thousand seven 
hundred thirteen dollars and eighty-four cents ($17,713.84). Said funds, with 
accumulated interest to date of withdrawal, are to be transferred to the general 
fund, or to take any other action relating thereto. 

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

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Moved by Richard Rockwood, seconded by Dan Donovan. The article was, as 
written, voice vote approved. 

6. To see if the Town will vote to discontinue the Land Acquisition for Conservation 
Purposes Capital Reserve Fund previously established. Fund balance as of 
12/31/2007 was two thousand, nine hundred twenty nine dollars and thirty-eight 
cents ($2,929.38). Said funds, with accumulated interest to date of withdrawal, are 
to be transferred to the general fund or to take any other action relating thereto. 
(Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) 

Moved by Richard Rockwood, seconded by Dan Donovan. The article was, as 
written, voice vote approved. 

7. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of four thousand six 
hundred seventy four dollars ($4,674) for the purchase of personal protective gear 
for the Ambulance personnel. The monies to come from general taxation, or to 
take any other action relating thereto. 

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

Moved by Richard Rockwood, seconded by Dan Donovan. Lengthy discussion 
followed from voters in support of the article and voters who were opposed. Richard 
Rockwood made a motion to move the question. Dan Donovan seconded the 
motion. The motion to move the question was voice vote approved. 

The article was, as written, voice vote approved. 

8. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of ten thousand one 
hundred thirty dollars ($10,130) to purchase new computer for the Wilton Police 
Department. The monies to come from general taxation or to take any other action 
relating thereto. 

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

Moved by Richard Rockwood, seconded by Dan Donovan. Cary Hughes moved to 
amend the article to read "to purchase new computers..." Motion to amend the 
article was seconded by Mark Whitehill. A motion to accept the motion amendment 
was voice vote approved. The article as amended to reflect multiple computer 
purchases was then voice vote approved. 

9. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of five thousand eight 
hundred fifty dollars ($5,850) to purchase a new temporary evidence locker for the 
Wilton Police Department. The monies to come from general taxation or to take 
any other action relating thereto. 

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

Moved by Richard Rockwood, seconded by Dan Donovan. The article was, as 
written, voice vote approved. 

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10. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of five thousand two 
hundred thirty five dollars ($5,235) to purchase new video recording equipment and 
security locks for the Wilton Police Department. The monies to come from general 
taxation or to take any other action relating thereto. 

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

Moved by Richard Rockwood, seconded by Dan Donovan. The article was, as 
written, voice vote approved. 

11. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of twelve thousand 
five hundred dollars ($12,500) to be added to the Police Equipment Capital 
Reserve Fund previously established. The monies to come from general taxation, 
or to take any other action relating thereto. 

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

Moved by Richard Rockwood, seconded by Dan Donovan. The article was, as 
written, voice vote approved. 

12. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of fifty three thousand 
dollars ($53,000) to repair pointing of bricks and exterior trim painting for the Wilton 
Town Hall. The monies to come from general taxation, or to take any other action 
relating thereto. 

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

Moved by Richard Rockwood, seconded by Dan Donovan. Richard Rockwood 
explained the $53,000 request was based on a bid that included brick pointing, trim 
painting and work to repair the gutter system to properly redirect water away from 
the building. Following this explanation the article was, as written, voice vote 
approved. 

13. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of ten thousand 
dollars ($10,000) to be added to the Town Hall Repair Project Capital Reserve 
Fund previously established. The monies to come from general taxation, or to take 
any other action relating thereto. 

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

Moved by Richard Rockwood, seconded by Dan Donovan. Dan Donovan 
explained this Capital Reserve account was intended for the eventual refurbishing 
of the town hall meeting room, the former police station area, lighting fixtures and 
especially a mold abatement treatment. He stated the presence of mold was very 
extensive and needed to be addressed soon. 

Neil Faiman asked about the ongoing mold issues in the Town Hall and its eventual 
removal treatment and timeframe for removal. He then moved to amend the article 
to raise and appropriate twenty thousand dollars ($20,000), instead of the ten 
thousand dollars ($10,000) as originally requested, to be added to the Town Hall 

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Repair Project. The motion was seconded by Richard Rockwood. Voice vote to 
amend the original article from $10,000 to $20,000 approved. Following this 
amendment the main article, as amended, was voice vote approved. 

14. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of fifty thousand 
dollars ($50,000) to purchase a Highway Department plow 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.) 

Moved by Richard Rockwood, seconded by Dan Donovan. 

Richard Rockwood moved to amend the article to raise and appropriate the sum of 
one hundred twenty one thousand dollars ($121,000) to purchase a Highway 
Department Plow Truck. Seventy one thousand dollars ($71 ,000) to be withdrawn 
from the Highway Equipment Capital Reserve Fund, previously established, and 
fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) to come from general taxation or to take any other 
action relating thereto. 

He went on to explain the Board of Selectmen felt that is was more prudent to 
spend money on a new plow vehicle that would be heavily used by the Highway 
Department. Originally the Highway Equipment Capital Reserve Fund had been 
earmarked for an eventual new grader purchase. In review of equipment usage, 
hours on road, wear and tear etc., the Board felt contracting the occasional grader 
work made more sense than tying up town money in purchasing a new grader. 

Mr. Rockwood further explained the potential problems that can occur when buying 
used equipment which made purchasing a new plow truck more logical. 

Charlie McGettigan spoke in support of purchasing used vehicles for the Highway 
Department. 

Tom Schultz spoke agreeing that the Highway Department equipment experienced, 
with the possible exception of the police cruisers, very extensive usage. He stated 
it was never suggested the Police, Ambulance or Fire Departments purchase used 
equipment. He asked why should the Highway Department be expected to cope 
with used vehicles? 

Following further comments Dan Donovan made a motion to move the question. 
Motion to move seconded by Richard Rockwood. Vote to move the question voice 
vote approved. 

Voice vote to amend Article 14 to read to raise and appropriate the sum of one 
hundred twenty one thousand dollars ($121,000) to purchase a Highway 
Department Plow Truck. Seventy one thousand dollars ($71 ,000) to be withdrawn 
from the Highway Equipment Capital Reserve Fund, previously established, and 

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fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) to come from general taxation or to take any other 
action relating thereto. Voice vote unclear on majority voter intent. 

Next the Moderator then asked for a show of hands. Hand tally approved the 
motion to amend Article 14. 

Motion of the main article, as amended, then voice vote approved. 

15. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of sixty thousand 
dollars ($60,000) to be added to the Bridges Capital Reserve Fund previously 
established. The monies to come from general taxation, or to take any other action 
relating thereto. 

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

Moved by Richard Rockwood, seconded by Dan Donovan. The article was, as 
written, voice vote approved. 

16. To see if the Town will vote to discontinue the Revaluation of Town Capital 
Reserve Fund previously established. Fund balance as of 12/31/2007 was five 
hundred sixty four dollars and eighty-six cents ($564.86). Said funds, with 
accumulated interest to date of withdrawal, are to be transferred to the general fund 
or to take any other action relating thereto. 

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

Moved by Richard Rockwood, seconded by Dan Donovan. The article was, as 
written, voice vote approved. 

17. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of forty thousand 
dollars ($40,000) to repair the Fire Department ladder 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.) 

Moved by Richard Rockwood, seconded by Dan Donovan. The article was, as 
written, voice vote approved. 

18. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of three thousand four 
hundred dollars ($3,400) to replace eight Fire Department pagers. The monies to 
come from general taxation, or to take any other action relating thereto. 

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

Moved by Richard Rockwood, seconded by Dan Donovan. The article was, as 
written, voice vote approved. 

19. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of three thousand four 
hundred dollars ($3,400) to purchase a Fire Department laptop computer and 

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specialized software. The monies to come from general taxation, or to take any 

other action relating thereto. 

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

Moved by Richard Rockwood, seconded by Dan Donovan. Fire Chief Ray Dick 
explained he had been using his work computer for compiling fire department 
records for the past nine years. He further explained his company requested that 
he no longer use their computer for the Town's work. After this explanation the 
article was, as written, voice vote approved. 

20. 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. The monies to come from general taxation, 
or to take any other action relating thereto. 

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

Moved by Richard Rockwood, seconded by Dan Donovan. The article was, as 
written, voice vote approved. 

21. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of two hundred fifty 
thousand dollars ($250,000). The monies to be added to the Renovation/Addition 
Fire Station Capital Reserve Fund previously established or to take any other 
action relating thereto. 

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

Moved by Richard Rockwood, seconded by Dan Donovan. Richard Rockwood 
moved to amend the article to raise and appropriate the sum of two hundred 
thousand dollars ($200,000). The monies to be added to the Renovation/Addition 
Fire Station Capital Reserve Fund previously established or to take any other 
action relating thereto. Motion seconded by Dan Donovan. 

Mr. Rockwood explained the Board's intent was to raise in Article 25 the Fire 
Department's budget by fifty thousand dollars ($50,000). By increasing the Fire 
Department operation budget the Department could then allocate money for fire 
department building architectural designs in 2008 and before the 2009 town 
meeting. If the Article was left as written no money would be available for this very 
necessary step in the fire department building renovation process. 

Following this explanation the motion to amend was voice vote approved. Next the 
original motion, as amended, was voice vote approved. 

22. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of two thousand, 
seven hundred fifty dollars ($2,750) for Conservation dam work. The monies to be 
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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Moved by Richard Rockwood, seconded by Dan Donovan. 

Gilbert Hargrove moved to amend the article as written to strike the word "be" from 
the text. The amended article second line would then read "monies to come from 
general taxation or to take any other action relating thereto." Seconded by Dan 
Donovan. Motion on article amendment was voice vote approved. 

Lynne Draper explained this money was to cover an increase in the Dam Bureau's 
dam registration fee relating to the Wilton "Frog Pond" parcel. 

Voice vote on the article, as amended, voice vote approved. 

23. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of twenty four 
thousand dollars ($24,000) to be placed in the Conservation Fund. The monies to 
come from general taxation or to take any other action relating thereto. 
(Budget Committee recommends this article - Selectmen recommend this article.) 

Moved by Richard Rockwood, seconded by Dan Donovan. 

Spencer Brookes moved to amend the article to have the Article 23 read "to see if 
the Town will vote, pursuant to RSA 36-A:4 to raise and appropriate the sum of 
twenty four thousand dollars ($24,000) to be placed in the Conservation Fund 
previously established for that purpose. The monies to come from general taxation 
or to take any other action relating thereto. 

Spencer further amended the article to raise and appropriate the sum of sixty nine 
thousand dollars ($69,000) to be placed in the Conservation Fund previously 
established. Motions to amend seconded by Donald Sienkiewicz. Spencer 
explained the Conservation Commission intent was that voters would approve new 
adjusted article wording and a revised amount of sixty nine thousand dollars 
($69,000). 

Spencer explained the intent was to have monies available for the Conservation 
Commission to purchase two potential easements. The Conservation Commission 
was greatly concerned that potential easement acquisitions could be missed if the 
decision had to wait until the March Town Meeting vote. They felt their ability to 
negotiate in good faith would not be considered by a potential easement grantor 
without these funds being available. Their experience had shown them forty five 
thousand dollars ($45,000) was the typical conservation easement cost. 

The Moderator than read the motion as twice amended as follows: To see if the 
Town will vote, pursuant to RSA 36-A:4 to raise and appropriate the sum of sixty 
nine thousand dollars ($69,000) to be placed in the Conservation Fund previously 
established for that purpose. The monies to come from general taxation or to take 
any other action relating thereto. The motion to amend was voice vote approved. 

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Voice vote to approve both amendments unclear. The Moderator than asked for a 
show of hands for those in support of the amendments. Hand tally approved both 
amendments. Vote on the main article, as amended, voice vote approved. 

24. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of seven thousand, 
five hundred and eleven dollars ($7,511.00) for the Wilton-Lyndeborough-Temple 
Volunteer Ambulance and Rescue Association and to transfer this amount from the 
Florence M. Wheeler trust fund as directed under the terms of the Last Will and 
Testament of Florence M. Wheeler. These funds include all interest accumulated in 
the fund since 1 1/18/2004. No monies to come from general taxation. 
(Selectmen recommend this article). 

Moved by Richard Rockwood, seconded by Dan Donovan. Dan Donovan then 
moved to amend the article to read to see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of seven thousand, five hundred and eleven dollars 
($7,511.00) and to transfer this amount from the Florence M. Wheeler trust fund to 
the general fund as directed under the terms of the Last Will and Testament of 
Florence M. Wheeler. These funds include all interest accumulated in the fund 
since 11/18/2004. No monies to come from general taxation. Motion seconded by 
Richard Rockwood. 

Voters present expressed spirited and diverse thoughts. The eventual vote on the 
proposed amendment was voice vote denied. Voice vote, on the article as written 
no. Article denied. 

25. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of three million, nine 
hundred nineteen thousand, one hundred and forty dollars ($3,919,140) which 
represents the operating budget for the year 2008 or to take any other action 
relating thereto. Said sum does not include any of the special or individual articles 
addressed. 

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

Moved by Richard Rockwood, seconded by Dan Donovan. Richard Rockwood 
moved to amend Article 25 to read as follows: To see if the Town will vote to 
increase line number 4220, Fire Department, from eighty six thousand seven 
hundred forty dollars ($86,740) to one hundred thirty six thousand, seven hundred 
forty dollars ($136,740). The additional fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) line item 
increase would be solely utilized for the development of Architectural Plans for the 
addition of the Fire Station. Any monies not spent of this $50,000 will be added to 
the fire Station Capital Reserve fund as designated for the fire Station Addition. 
Motion seconded by Dan Donovan. 

Following discussion from the Selectmen and voters present, this motion to amend 
was withdrawn. 



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Next Richard Rockwood introduced another amendment. It read to see if the Town 
will vote to increase line number 4220-450, Fire Department miscellaneous, from 
three hundred fifty dollars ($350) to fifty thousand three hundred fifty dollars 
($50,350). The additional fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) line item increase would 
be solely utilized for the development of Architectural Plans for the addition of the 
Fire Station. Any monies not spent of this $50,000 will be returned to the general 
fund. Motion seconded by Dan Donovan. 

Following discussion this article amendment was vote approved. 

Dan Donovan next moved to amend Article 25 to increase the Highway Department 
maintenance account, line 4312, from four hundred seventeen thousand four 
dollars ($417,004) to four hundred twenty two thousand, four dollars ($422,004). 
This $25,000 increase was deemed necessary due to unanticipated costs 
associated with the past months winter weather and the prospect of more inclement 
weather in later 2008 season. This motion seconded by Richard Rockwood. Voice 
vote of this amendment approved. 

Cary Hughes next moved to amend Article 25 bottom line numbers from the original 
three million, nine hundred nineteen thousand, one hundred and forty dollars 
($3,919,140) to four million, thirty nine thousand, one hundred and forty dollars 
($4,039,140) Motion seconded by Mark Whitehill. Following several minutes of 
discussion a motion was made to move the question. The motion to move the 
question was seconded by Mark Whitehill. The motion to move was voice vote 
approved. 

Vote of the original article, as amended, was voice vote approved. 

26. To see if the Town will vote to approve the following resolution to be forwarded to 
our State Representative, our State Senator and our Governor. 

Resolved: We the citizens of Wilton, NH believe in a New Hampshire that is just 
and fair. The property tax has become unjust and unfair. State leaders who take a 
pledge for no new taxes perpetuate higher and higher property taxes. We call on 
our State Representatives, our State Senator and our Governor to reject the 
"Pledge", have an open discussion covering all options, and adopt a revenue 
system that lowers property taxes. 
(By Petition.) 

Following more spirited dialogue a motion to move this article was made and 
seconded. The vote on the motion to move the question voice vote approved. 
Voice vote on article unclear. The Moderator next asked for a hand tally. The hand 
tally count was yes 46, no 30. The article was approved. 

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

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Moved by Richard Rockwood, seconded by Dan Donovan. Reports as written and 
two inserts accepted. 

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

Richard Rockwood thanked Jerry Greene for his years of service. Congratulations 
were also given to Wilton's High School Basketball team for their tremendous effort 
in this season. 

Wil Melcher spoke briefly updating those in attendance of the Wilton Main Street 
park plans. He mentioned a sketch of the site would be available at the Town Hall 
for resident's review. 

A motion to adjourn was made and seconded. The 2008 town Meeting closed at 
11:25pm. 

Respectfully submitted, 



Jane Keefe Farrell 

Town Clerk & Tax Collector 



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MARRIAGES REGISTERED IN THE TOWN OF WILTON 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2008 



DATE 


PLACE 


GROOM 


01/25/08 


MILFORD 


BIANCHI, DALLAS J 


01/26/08 


NASHUA 


RICHARD, STEVEN L 


02/02/08 


TEMPLE 


SEATON, JESSE M 


02/16/08 WILTON 


JACQUET, STEPHEN J 


02/23/08 


LOUDON 


BRAGDON, ADAM R 


02/29/08 


MONT VERNON 


APRIL, RYAN J 


05/17/08 


HOLLIS 


HOLLAND, PAUL C 


05/17/08 WILTON 


CHALMERS, WILLIAM H 


06/07/08 


MERRIMACK 


FORBES, TYRONE I 


06/07/08 


HOLLIS 


CHAPUT, KYLE J 


06/14/08 


WILTON 


PELLERIN, MICHAEL K 


06/15/08 


MILFORD 


EARLE, GREGORY P 


06/21/08 


NASHUA 


KING, WILLIAM J 


06/27/08 


WILTON 


ROBILLARD, DAVID R 


07/05/08 


MILFORD 


BROWN, NATHAN P 


07/19/08 


RINDGE 


JORGENSEN, MICHAEL C 


08/03/08 


MANCHESTER 


STAUBIN, ALBERT J 


08/16/08 


WILTON 


DORNEMANN, KLAUS R 


08/16/08 


PETERBOROUGH 


MCGRANAGHAN, PETER R 


08/16/08 


WILTON 


RAYMOND, JOSEPH V 


08/16/08 


AMHERST 


MAUST, DREXEL J 


08/30/08 


GREENVILLE 


STEELE, MICHAEL J 


08/30/08 


WILTON 


WILBY, SETH 


09/05/08 


WILTON 


DUVAL, ROBERT E 


09/06/08 


MILFORD 


HILL, ROBERT E 


09/06/08 


LACONIA 


ARMSTRONG, MARTIN J 


09/13/08 


JAFFREY 


PELKEY, JOEL D 


09/13/08 


WILTON 


NICKERSON, AARON M 


09/28/08 


DERRY 


JONES, PETER J 


10/17/08 


NASHUA 


DAVIS, CHRISTOPHER J 


10/25/08 


WILTON 


MARBLE, BRUCE A 


10/29/08 


WILTON 


LABRECQUE, NORMAND W 


11/01/08 


MILFORD 


O'BRIEN, DANIEL J 


12/04/08 


WILTON 


HIGGINS, BRUCE A 


12/13/08 


NASHUA 


NOEL, WILLIAM L 



BRIDE 

TOLEDO .KELLY A 
CHOENG, NAVY 
FLOYD, JENNIFER L 
SAMSON, MALLORY A 
MAGOON, SARAH A 
CURRAN, CINDY A 
CALLAHAN, BONNIE L 
MURRAY, PATRICIA A 
GLINES, KIMBERLY 
LEON-GUERRERO, CRYSTAL E 
STAGNO, LINDA 
FABBO, LISA M 
PORTER, MELISSA A 
GLAUDE, APRIL A 
KENDALL, JAYMA L 
HARTE, ERIN M 
THOMAS, BETHANY K 
BOYLE-CARLSON, DEBORAH J 
DURFEE, ANGELA 
DECIERO, LINDA M 
GREELEY, CHELSEA C 
GREELEY, DENISE D 
CARTER, JOY E 
MACK, PENNY M 
HENDRICKS, KATHERINE A 
KOPYCINSKI, CHRISTINE C 
VANETTI, KIMBERLY A 
ROCCA, AMANDA L 
HARTMAN, CHRISTINA M 
LORMAN, PATRICIA E 
CAHOON, JUDITH H 
BATTS, LINDSEY S 
DUTTON, JEAN 
HUGHEY, ELIZABETH A 
CARON, PATRICE P 



CIVIL UNIONS REGISTERED IN THE TOWN OF WILTON 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2008 



DATE PLACE 

01/19/08 WILTON 
07/24/08 WILTON 



PERSON A 

RADZIEWICZ, THERESA R 
COLLINS, TANYA M 



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106 



INVENTORY OF 
TAXABLE PROPERTIES 

Property valuations are as of April 1 st , 2008 
while ownership is through December 31 st 2008. 

Note from the Assessor's Office 



02/13/2009 

Dear Taxpayer, 

This letter is being written to you with the hope that some frequently asked 
questions will be answered. As you may know the Town of Wilton did a 
"Statistical Revaluation" in 2006. This means your assessments reflect the 
market value as of 4/1/2006. Previously the town had conducted a "revaluation" 
in 2003. 

As you may know the market increased between 2003 and 2006. The 
assessments did not change in 2004 and 2005 despite the rapid rise in market 
value. Conversely the market has declined somewhat since 2006 but the 
assessments did not change for 2007 and 2008. 

Essentially once the town conducts a revaluation the values stay in place until 
the next town-wide revaluation. The NH Dept. of Revenue Administration 
equalizes the assessed values annually based on sales that occurred in Wilton 
over the preceding year. 

So, it is possible for your assessment to be more than 100% of market value in a 
declining market. It is also true that in an inclining market it is likely your 
assessment is less than 100% of market value, which was the case in 2004 and 
2005. 

Tax bills each year are comprised from what voters authorize to be spent at town 
and school meetings less the revenues generated during the fiscal year. 

As long as the entire jurisdiction is assessed near the same level whether its 
50% or 150% of market value the tax burden is dispersed equitably. 

Sincerely, 

Todd Haywood, CNHA 

Wilton Assessing Agent 



107 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWNER 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Name 



Map Lot Unit Bldg Value Land Value Exemptions Total Value 



340 GIBBONS HIGHWAY LLC 


F 


026 







114,900 





114,900 


340 GIBBONS HIGHWAY LLC 


F 


026 


01 


70,500 


115,800 





186,300 


A 4 T FOREST PRODUCTS INC 


A 


021 


01 





224 





224 


A & T FOREST PRODUCTS INC 


A 


03C 







448 





448 


ABBOTT MEMORIAL TRUST, E J 


J 


103 







1,200 





1,200 


ABBOTT MEMORIAL TRUST, E J 


J 


104 


02 





4,400 





4,400 


ABBOTT, WILLIAM M 


K 


105 


01 


323,600 


100,300 





423,900 


ABBOTT, WILLIAM M 


K 


105 


02 





95,600 





95,600 


ABBOTT, WILLIAM M 


K 


105 


03 





93,600 





93,600 


ABRAHAMS -DEMATTE, WILLIAM A 


A 


04 C 




144,600 


134,700 





279,300 


ADAMS, BRIAN 


C 


028 


01 


116,700 


127,108 





243,808 


ADAMS, ELIZABETH T 


D 


09: 




129,100 


106,700 





235,800 


ADAMS, RUTH G 


C 


113 




112,900 


111,100 


20,000 


224,000 


ADEE TRUST, SARAH INGRID COMLY 


B 


088 







140,600 





140,600 


ADKINS, ADAM F & AMANDA L 


C 


004 


03 


236,600 


122,900 





359,500 


ADREY, AURELIA 


K 


117 




160,900 


96,300 





257,200 


ALBANO, FRANCIS ALPHONSE 


H 


042 


22 


195,500 


126,000 





321,500 


ALBRECKT, CURTIS V 


J 


090 


01-B 


62,900 


93,000 





155,900 


ALEXANDER, JOHN C 


H 


089 


06 


233,800 


142,000 





375,800 


ALEXANDER -NEWSTED, NANCY R 


D 


158 


02 


147,500 


120,900 





268,400 


ALLEN, SCOTT P & LISA P 


D 


095 


05X 


174,200 








174,200 


ALLEN, SCOTT P & LISA P 


D 


095 


25X 


176,700 








176,700 


ALLEN, THERESA 


J 


118 




89,600 


79,900 





169,500 


ALLENBERG, ROBERT 


F 


103 


02 


226,500 


131,500 





358,000 


ALLEY, DAVID H 


F 


006 


04 


366,000 


119,477 


950 


485,477 


ALMY, EARL J k TERRY L 


F 


049 




112,200 


94,500 





206,700 


ALUMINUM CASTINGS INC 


D 


092 




291,300 


181,800 





473,100 


ALVANOS, ANTONIO 


J 


009 




161,000 


103,100 





264,100 


AMES, SHARON IRENE 


L 


053 




95,600 


106,700 





202,300 


ANDERSON, CHRISTOPHER J 


D 


108 




196,300 


115, 0C0 





311,300 


ANDERSON, R MICHAEL 


H 


111 


05 


143,000 


109,300 





252,300 


ANDREWS, DAVID P 


B 


079 




142,500 


137,300 





279,800 


ANDY'S SUMMER PLAYHOUSE 


C 


082 




191,600 


194,000 





385,600 


ANFUSO, DENNIS 


J 


138 




216,100 


129,800 





345,900 


APRIL, LORETTA J 


J 


126 


01 


176,700 


113,900 





290,600 


AREA AGENCY PROPERTIES INC 


B 


118 




153,300 


184,500 





337,800 


ARIA HILL LLC 


P 


088 







2,860 





2,860 


ARIA HILL LLC 


F 


088 


01 





98,400 





98,400 


ARIA HILL LLC 


M 


011 







97,500 





97,500 


ARMSTRONG, MARTIN J 


B 


147 




141,900 


103,500 





245,400 


ARSENAULT FAMILY REV TRUST 


B 


075 


02 


228,500 


120,300 





348,800 


ARSENBAU, ROBERT L 


F 


013 




136,600 


93,800 





230,400 


ASKEW, PAUL C 


J 


015 




145,600 


90,000 





235,600 


ATWOOD, GARY A k PAMBLA L 


F 


081 







864 





864 


ATWOOD, GARY A k PAMELA L 


F 


082 




194,200 


119,423 





313,623 


ATWOOD, GARY A k PAMELA L 


F 


083 


07 





216 





216 


AUBEL, GERALD 


F 


006 


01 


306,800 


113,000 





419,800 


AUCOIN, CHRISTOPHER 


M 


012 


07 


230,500 


121,900 





352,400 


AUDETTE, MARCIA A 


B 


158 




155,900 


115,600 





271,500 


AYOTTE, ROY A k TAMMIE LEE 


J 


001 




154,800 


105,900 





260,700 


BABINEAU 97 IRRV TR, ARTHUR 


B 


083 







18,100 





18,100 


BABINEAU 97 IRRV TR, ARTHUR 


B 


085 







18 





18 


BABINEAU 97 IRRV TR, ARTHUR 


D 


020 







135,320 





135,320 



108 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWNER 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Name 



Map Lot Unit Bldg Value Land Value Exemptions Total Value 



BABINEAU 97 IRRV TR, 


ARTHUR 


D 


021 







37,500 





37,500 


BABINEAU 97 IRRV TR, 


ARTHUR 


D 


022 







42,700 





42,700 


BABINEAU 97 IRRV TR, 


ARTHUR 


D 


039 







829 





829 


BABINEAU 97 IRRV TR, 


ARTHUR 


D 


040 







909 





909 


BABINEAU 97 IRRV TR, 


ARTHUR 


D 


070 







10,580 





10,580 


BABINEAU 97 IRRV TR, 


ARTHUR 


D 


071 







2,216 





2,216 


BACHAND, TONI M 




A 


039 


05X 


119,200 








119,200 


BACKEBERG TRUST DTD 


01/13/03 


A 


053 




5,400 


28,500 





33,900 


BACKEBERG TRUST DTD 


01/13/03 


A 


054 




279,400 


125,400 





404,800 


BAILEY, DAVID E & GLORIA C 


C 


035 


03 


249,000 


124,500 


250 


373,500 


BAJEK, JAMES J 




H 


119 




138,700 


127,300 


250 


266,000 


BAKAIAN, LINDA A 




H 


090 




369,200 


147,500 





516,700 


BAKER, JEFFREY & ELIZABETH 


F 


044 




83,800 


105,500 





189,300 


BAKER, MARK A 




H 


002 


02 


190,700 


142,300 





333,000 


BALINT, FRANCIS A 




D 


095 


36X 


183,400 





250 


183,400 


BALL, JOHN V 




H 


070 




109,800 


148,200 





258,000 


BALL, NATHAN A 




L 


039 




55,800 


86,400 





142,200 


BALLOU, CAROL 




L 


058 




146,300 


95,000 





241,300 


BALLOU, CHERYL S 




F 


059 




100,400 


90,000 





190,400 


BALLOU, DONALD JERRY 




F 


055 




180,200 


112,000 





292,200 


BARHAM, DAVID M 




A 


039 


03X 


153,100 








153,100 


BARNES, DENNIS B & HEIDI B 


D 


095 


43X 


178,000 








178,000 


BARNES, KENNETH H & 


KATHLEEN 


H 


054 


01 


269,800 


121,000 





390,800 


BARNES, SIDNEY E 




J 


008 




148,600 


92,500 





241,100 


BARNETT, SHEILA M 




J 


036 




197,500 


96,300 





293,800 


BARNETT, SHEILA M 




K 


008 




219,900 


98,400 





318,300 


BARNETT, THOMAS 




C 


073 




245,000 


202,000 





447,000 


BARRETT MOUNTAIN LLC 




E 


027 


01 





85,740 





85,740 


BARRETT MOUNTAIN LLC 




E 


027 


01 





560 





560 


BARRETT MOUNTAIN LLC 




E 


027 


01 





493 





493 


BARRETT MOUNTAIN LLC 




E 


027 


01 





644 





644 


BARRETT MOUNTAIN LLC 




E 


027 


01 





178 





178 


BART, BRIAN R & ABBY 


W 


C 


025 


01 


168,300 


128,069 





296,369 


BARTSCH, STEPHEN L 




D 


158 


03 


155,100 


122,200 





277,300 


BASHA, J RICHARD 




L 


020 




154,900 


99,000 





253,900 


BASTIEN, ALFRED H 




B 


106 




45,800 


113,600 





159,400 


BATCHELDER, GRACE 




D 


100 







23,100 





23,100 


BATCHELDER, WILLIAM 1 


R 


K 


127 




106,000 


99,000 


250 


205,000 


BATTAGLIA, PAUL V 




E 


041 




190,100 


128,400 





318,500 


BAUCH, WILLIAM C 




C 


135 




152,700 


121,000 


250 


273,700 


BAUDANZA, JODY 




J 


096 




111,800 


98,200 





210,000 


BAUSHA, MARK P 




L 


003 




102,100 


105,600 





207,700 


BAUSHA, WALTER 




K 


135 




83,700 


90,000 





173,700 


BAYMORE, JOHN C 




F 


041 




99,600 


131,300 





230,900 


BEACH, JANICE 




K 


006 




119,300 


110,000 


15,000 


229,300 


BEAL, CHRISTOPHER K 


5c ALYSSA J 


K 


046 




72,900 


98,200 





171,100 


BEAM, CALVIN L 




F 


083 


05 


166,700 


115,900 





282,600 


BEANIES COUNTRY STORE LLC 


J 


054 




61,600 


92,300 





153,900 


BEARD, CLEVELAND W 




D 


134 




109,900 


135,400 


30,250 


245,300 


BECK, JENNIFER S 




A 


011 




455,100 


140,400 





595,500 


BEERS, KENNETH J 




C 


023 


02 


438,600 


121,000 


250 


559,600 


BELANCIK, ALAN E 




B 


090 




249,900 


160,900 





410,800 


BELANGER, ANTHONY R 


& MARTHA R 


C 


035 


04 


254,500 


130,700 





385,200 



109 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWNER 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Kame 



Map 



Lot Unit 



Bldg Value Land Value Exemptions Total Value 



BELCHER, TRAVIS J 


C 


150 


BELL, RYAN W 


H 


111 


BELT, THOMAS G 


D 


044 


BENEDICT, DAVID L 


L 


055 


BENJAMIN, TAMARA 


B 


032 


BENJAMIN, TAMARA 


B 


033 


BENJAMIN, TAMARA 


B 


069 


BENNETT-GROH, ALICE 


C 


134 


BENNETT-GROH, ALICE 


C 


134 


BENNINK JR, ROBERT 


C 


038 


BENSMILLER, GREGG L 


B 


031 


BENSON, CHRISTINE L 


K 


114 


BENSON, KIM T 


F 


14 


BENT REVOCABLE TRUST, CHARLBS 


F 


083 


BENT-BURKE POST #10 


K 


017 


BERGERON TRUST, ANNETTE P 


K 


113 


BERGERON TRUST, ANNETTE P 


K 


141 


BERGERON, MICHAEL J 


H 


002 


BERGERON, PRISCILLA J 


C 


026 


BERGERON, PRISCILLA J 


C 


034 


BERGIN JR, ELMER S 


K 


081 


BERGSTROM, TAMMY L & MICHAEL L 


D 


095 


BERKEBILE, ANGEL M 


B 


133 


BERKEBILE, DAVID A 


D 


105 


BERRY, BRUCE W 


C 


022 


BERTRAND REVOCABLE TRUST 


B 


006 


BERUBE SR, THOMAS E 


H 


008 


BERUBE, BENJAMIN DAVID 


D 


095 


BEYER, DAWN ANGELA 


K 


031 


BIBACE REV TRUST, SANDRA S 


A 


048 


BIER TRUST, GLORY A 


D 


099 


BILLS, JOSEPH C & LINDA 


K 


044 


BIRD, NEIL D 


C 


125 


BLACK, MATTHEW 


B 


039 


BLACKMER REV TRUST, DAVID E 


A 


072 


BLAGBROUGH FAMILY REALTY TRUST 


A 


022 


BLAGBROUGH FAMILY REALTY TRUST 


A 


062 


BLAIR, SHEENA 


C 


134 


BLAIS III, ERIN M & ALBERT J 


J 


002 


BLAKE REV TRUST, WAYNE D TTE 


K 


037 


BLAKE, RICHARD K 


H 


037 


BLANCHARD & WILDER REALTY TRST 


D 


133 


BLANCHARD AUTO SALVAGE LLC 


F 


172 


BLANCHARD FAMILY REV TRUST 


C 


077 


BLANCHARD FAMILY REV TRUST 


C 


077 


BLANCHARD FAMILY REV TRUST 


F 


001 


BLANCHARD, SCOTT N 


L 


057 


BLANCHARD, STEPHEN K 


D 


133 


BLANCHARD, STEPHEN K 


K 


026 


BLANCHETTE, ROBERT A 


J 


025 


BLANCHETTE, TRAVIS A & SARAH M 


B 


140 


BLASHOCK, HERBERT 


L 


013 


BLUHM TRUST INDENTURE 


F 


134 



12 



02 



07 



0-1 



03 



02 



44X 



03 



34X 



01 



02 



1-4B 



03 



01 



02 



05 



72,800 


111,431 


250 


184 


231 


135,700 


114,400 





250,100 


151,500 


117,170 





268,670 


128,100 


96,000 





224,100 


239,100 


209,590 





448,690 





192 





192 





744 





744 


340,400 


172,916 





513,316 





1,463 





1 


463 





5,646 





5 


646 


190,200 


143,400 





333 


600 


109,100 


96,300 





205 


400 


150,100 


101,300 





251 


400 


218,500 


116,100 


250 


334 


600 


152,200 


100,800 





253 


000 


119,900 


99,000 





218 


900 


159,500 


108,900 





268 


400 


213,200 


142,300 





355 


500 


64,300 


123,684 





187 


984 





97,650 





97 


650 


116,400 


89,300 


250 


205 


700 


173,700 








173 


700 


90,000 


110,000 





200 


000 


114,000 


110,000 





224 


000 


224,900 


121,800 


250 


346 


700 


36,400 


156,600 





193 


000 


119,500 


119,400 





238 


900 


179,100 








179 


100 


223,600 


104,800 





328 


400 





1,745 





1 


745 


77,400 


104,547 





181 


947 


114,100 


97,000 





211 


100 


330,600 


113,608 





444 


208 


240,000 


114,900 





354 


900 





287,000 





287 


000 


375,400 


161,900 


250 


537 


300 





42,500 





42 


500 


93,800 


105,500 





199 


300 


63,800 


101,800 





165 


600 


243,300 


99,000 





342 


300 


191,500 


145,900 





337 


400 


243,400 


154,940 





398 


340 


12,300 


205,900 





218 


200 


98,300 


85,000 


250 


183 


300 


24,200 


181,500 





205 


700 


2,500 


174,300 





176 


800 


151,400 


95,000 





246 


400 





113,400 





113 


400 


256,900 


110,600 


250 


367 


500 


208,600 


105,600 





314 


200 


121,700 


138,300 





260 


000 


168,600 


99,000 





267 


600 


272,500 


240,978 





513 


478 



110 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWER 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Name 



Map 



Lot Unit 



Bldg Value Land Value Exemptions Total Value 



BLUHM TRUST INDENTURE 


F 


150 




136,900 


180,595 





317,495 


BLUHM TRUST INDENTURE 


H 


002 


06 





2,905 





2,905 


BLUHM TRUST INDENTURE 


H 


002 


07 





134 





134 


BLUHM TRUST INDENTURE 


H 


020 







5,340 





5,340 


BLUNDO, MARCELLE J 


F 


074 




147,600 


127,500 





275,100 


BOGDAN, DONALD R 


F 


064 




99,500 


101,500 





201,000 


BOISSONNAULT, DAVID B 


D 


110 




149,700 


127,200 





276,900 


BOISVERT, PAUL W 


C 


066 




250,100 


201,000 





451,100 


BOLTON, DIANE P 


F 


084 







992 





992 


BOLTON, DIANE P 


F 


085 




157,700 


174,384 





332,084 


BOLTON, DIANE P 


F 


087 







1,200 





1,200 


BOLTON, DIANE P 


F 


106 







732 





732 


BOLTON, DIANE P 


F 


108 







95,000 





95,000 


BOLTON, DIANE P 


K 


052 




112,400 


93,100 





205,500 


BOOTH JR, GEORGE MICHAEL 


H 


100 




281,800 


148,800 





430,600 


BOSQUET, CHERYL L 


F 


069 




220,800 


125,600 





346,400 


BOSS, JOHN R & LAYNE 


F 


033 




72,600 


98,000 





170,600 


BOSSE SR, GARY C & ROSEANN 


C 


106 




105,200 


102,500 


250 


207,700 


BOUCHER, ALBERT R 


D 


095 


3 IX 


178,900 








178,900 


BOUDREAU, KIRK 


H 


042 


24 


150,400 


126,000 





276,400 


BOUDREAU, MARK R 


D 


095 


3 OX 


174,200 








174,200 


BOULEY, DEREK J 


C 


105 




99,300 


145,300 





244,600 


BOURDON, BRUCE C & ROBIN A 


C 


025 


02 


232,000 


125,660 





357,660 


BOURGOINE, LAURIE A 


C 


078 




175,200 


190,000 





365,200 


BOURN, COLIN J 


K 


005 




153,500 


96,700 





250,200 


BOUTHILLETTE JR, GERRY 


K 


094 




145,600 


90,000 





235,600 


BOUTWELL REV TRUST, CARL S 


M 


094 




241,700 


125,000 





366,700 


BOUTWELL, JAMES 


F 


034 




134,500 


93,800 


250 


228,300 


BOYD, NATHAN B 


D 


158 


07 


157,300 


119,900 





277,200 


BOYLE, PETER J & LAURIE L 


F 


095 


05 


233,100 


132,900 





366,000 


BOYNTON, EDWARD L 


M 


042 




105,300 


118,800 





224,100 


BRACCI, RANDALL V 


M 


047 




146,800 


116,400 





263,200 


BRADSHAW IRREV TRUST, RC & MB 


L 


048 




201,500 


126,000 


250 


327,500 


BRADY, KERRY A 


D 


095 


08X 


178,000 








178,000 


BRAGDON, BARBARA E 


F 


031 


02 


280,900 


98,800 





379,700 


BRAGDON, CAROLE J 


M 


018 




181,600 


125,800 





307,400 


BRAGDON, JUNE E 


D 


111 




148,800 


105,600 





254,400 


BRAGDON, ROBERT A 


F 


035 


01 


194,500 


94,500 





289,000 


BRAGDON, ROBERT A 


F 


036 




206,800 


95,000 





301,800 


BRANCHI JR, JOANNE C & PAUL 


K 


107 




205,900 


97,900 





303,800 


BRATTEN TRUST DTD 10/14/03, DP 


A 


065 




72,000 


114,600 


250 


186,600 


BRATTEN TRUST DTD 10/14/03, DP 


A 


065 


01 





87,800 





87,800 


BRATTEN, DOUGLAS P 


A 


066 







84,400 





84,400 


BRECKENRIDGE, JAMES L & LEAH 


M 


010 




176,700 


123,800 





300,500 


BRENNAN, DONNA M 


H 


126 




121,200 


120,000 





241,200 


BRENNAN, JAMES M 


L 


037 




87,300 


82,700 





170,000 


BRENNAN, THOMAS P 


J 


083 




174,300 


109,300 





283,600 


BRETT, ERIC C & DONNA M 


C 


035 


01 


258,000 


123,900 





381,900 


BREWSTER, JANICE G 


C 


128 


02 


116,200 


116,100 





232,300 


BRIDGEO, JASON K 


M 


072 




150,800 


120,000 





270,800 


BRIGHAM FAMILY REVOC.TRST 1999 


H 


035 




180,300 


138,900 





319,200 


BRIGHTMAN REV TRUST, JUDITH 


C 


021 


01 


195,900 








195,900 


BRIGHTMAN REV TRUST, JUDITH 


C 


021 


01 


196,200 








196,200 



111 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWNER 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Name 



Nap Lot Unit Bldg Value Land Value Exemptions Total Value 



BRIGHTMAN REV TRUST, JUDITH 


C 


C21 


01 














BRINKER JR, RICHARD B 


A 


042 




515,800 


142,125 





657,925 


BROCKU, PAUL E 


D 


109 




105,300 


115,500 





220,800 


BROCHU, PAUL J 


B 


140 


07 


198,300 


133,200 





331,500 


BRODERICK, BRIAN 


K 


126 




106,200 


99,000 





205,200 


BRODERICK, MICHAEL 


M 


049 




98,800 


115,200 





214,000 


BRODEUR, DENNIS R 


D 


056 




110,100 


150,000 





260,100 


BRODEUR, DENNIS R 


D 


056 


01X 


16,700 








16,700 


BROGAN, LISA 


P 


123 


01 


152,600 


120,611 





273,211 


BROOKES II, SPENCER C 


L 


002 




128,600 


101,800 





230,400 


BROOKES, LESLEY 


P 


155 




30,200 


146,200 





176,400 


BROOKS, CARLTON H 


C 


041 




101,000 


131,900 


250 


232,900 


BROOKS, S PHILIP & VIRGINIA 


B 


003 




205,600 


135,500 





341,100 


BROWN, CARLENE M 


K 


060 




124,700 


87,500 





212,200 


BROWN, JARED 


K 


110 




136,500 


99,000 





235,500 


BROWN, LAWRENCE A 


M 


031 




163,100 


121,200 





284,300 


BROWN, NATHAN 


K 


068 




182,700 


97,600 





280,300 


BROWN, RONALD E 


B 


137 




243,200 


123,300 





366,500 


BROWNE, STUART 


B 


035 


02 


365,200 


127,140 





492,340 


BROWNE, STUART 


J 


073 




185,500 


110,900 





296,400 


BROWNE, STUART 


J 


074 




183.100 


85,700 





268,800 


BRUNEAU, WENDY L 


H 


061 




175,800 


165,000 





340,800 


BUCKO, MARY B 


K 


142 




115,300 


99,000 


250 


214,300 


BUDD, ROSS S 


K 


090 




62,100 


86,000 





148,100 


BUDRO REV TRUST, CLAIRE L 


D 


003 




486,000 


138,297 





624,297 


BUDRO REV TRUST, CLAIRE L 


D 


004 







60 





60 


BUFFUM, E BEVAN 


C 


065 




496,800 


266,000 


250 


762,800 


BUGEAU REALTY LLC 


K 


020 




332,800 


89,900 





422,700 


BUJNOWSKI, JASON W 


H 


042 


03 


153,000 


126,000 





279,000 


BULLARD III, EARL A 


D 


079 




124,200 


126,600 





250,800 


BULLING, WILLIAM & JANET 


C 


128 


01-01 


247,400 


114,200 


250 


361,600 


BUONAMANO, STEPHEN & ARTHUR 


B 


131 




97,900 


101,800 





199,700 


BURELLE REV TRUST, LINDA A TTE 


C 


104 




196,200 


125,600 





321,800 


BURGE, MONTY J 


B 


044 




129,500 


121,400 





250,900 


BURKE, PAULA J 


H 


059 




181,200 


111,281 





292,481 


BURKE, PAULA J 


H 


060 


01 





525 





525 


BURNETT, RANDALL L & WANDA L 


H 


036 




139,100 


148,200 


250 


287,300 


BURNS, JAMES A 


D 


120 




186,200 


110,000 





296,200 


BURSEY, DAVID W 


F 


020 







25,300 





25,300 


BUTTRICK, MARSHALL A 


G 


017 







32 





32 


BYAM, DEBORAH L 


M 


029 




169,900 


120,000 





289,900 


BYAM, KATHRYN R 


J 


059 




56,800 


60,900 





117,700 


CADRAIN, KENNETH 


L 


005 




52,600 


87,700 





140,300 


CADY, MICHAEL W 


B 


119 




43,100 


172,353 





215,453 


CAHOON, JUDITH H 


E 


007 




390,400 


134,923 





525,323 


CAIADO SR, MANUEL J 


D 


062 




148,400 


111,600 





260,000 


CAIAZZI, CHRISTOPHER C 


B 


152 




188,500 


118,900 





307,400 


CAMARA, JOSEPH 


M 


069 




120,100 


117,600 


250 


237,700 


CAMPBELL, CLAUDIUS 


D 


095 


2 IX 


180,300 








180,300 


CAMPBELL, MICHAEL S 


B 


040 




4,900 


84,400 





89,300 


CAMPBELL, MICHAEL S 


B 


041 




163,800 


132,600 





296,400 


CAMPBELL, ROBERT J 


D 


135 




109,900 


108,000 





217,900 


CAMPOS, ANTHONY P 


H 


106 




256,800 


132,000 





388,800 



112 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWNER 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Name 



Nap 



Lot 



Unit 



Bldg Value Land Value Exemptions Total Value 



CANNEY, PATRICK E & PAMELA A 


K 


160 




63,700 


59,100 





122,800 


CAPPEL, JORG W & TAMMIE L 


F 


070 




143,900 


125,600 





269,500 


CARBONE, STEPHEN A 


K 


152 




124,300 


99,000 





223,300 


CARE, MICHAEL D 


H 


130 




92,400 


124,200 





216,600 


CARLSMITH, D ANN 


C 


050 




207,200 


157,600 





364,800 


CARLSON REVOCABLE TRUST, EDNA 


B 


001 







96,400 





96,400 


CARLSON REVOCABLE TRUST, EDNA 


B 


001 


01 





98,400 





98,400 


CARLSON REVOCABLE TRUST, EDNA 


B 


002 




182,500 


119,800 





302,300 


CARNDUFF, ARTHUR W & MARGARET 


D 


136 




378,200 


250,000 





628,200 


CARPENTER JR, H WHITNEY 


A 


039 


UX 


121,100 








121,100 


CARROLL, CHRISTINE M 


E 


013 




136,600 


112,500 





249,100 


CARSON SR, ROBERT R 


B 


081 




70,500 


100,500 





171,000 


CARSON, CHARLES L 


F 


063 


02 


203,300 


126,000 





329,300 


CARTER JR, PAMELA S & NICHOLAS 


C 


115 


02 


90,100 


121,100 





211,200 


CARTER, CHRISTOPHER & TRACI 


K 


119 




116,300 


104,500 





220,800 


CARTER, LYNDSEY M 


K 


063 




47,500 


64,000 





111,500 


CARVER, RANDAL G & HEATHER L 


D 


095 


27X 


180,900 





250 


180,900 


CARWELLOS, GEORGINA 


D 


095 


11X 


179,100 








179,100 


CASS JR . , HARLEY G 


C 


003 




111,900 


105,500 





217,400 


CASSIDY, JENNIFER L 


D 


042 


02 


173,600 


140,100 





313,700 


CASSIDY, LAWRENCE S t BRENDA L 


K 


150 




57,200 


70,900 





128,100 


CASTRO, ELIZABETH A 


M 


021 




166,200 


116,300 


250 


282,500 


CASWELL, ANN M 


M 


062 




106,200 


121,200 





227,400 


CASWELL, RANDY D & CATHERINE J 


J 


124 







90,000 





90,000 


CATTIGAN, THOMAS M & LOUISE 


M 


028 




93,900 


122,500 





216,400 


CAVALLARO, JAMES A & EILEEN L 


H 


074 




134,500 


140,100 





274,600 


CENTER FOR ANTHROPOSOPHY 


J 


052 




113,700 


96,200 





209,900 


CENTER, MARGARET 


K 


049 




182,800 


84,500 


250 


267,300 


CHALET PEARL INC 


A 


071 







25,651 





25,651 


CHALET SUSSE INTERNATIONAL 


C 


127 







401,000 





401,000 


CHALET SUSSE INTERNATIONAL 


C 


127 


01 


1,231,700 


502,200 





1,733,900 


CHALET SUSSE INTERNATIONAL 


C 


128 


01-02 





136,600 





136,600 


CHAMBERLAIN, CURTIS W 


E 


029 


FX 


5,900 








5,900 


CHAMBERS FAMILY TRUST 


H 


042 


02 


155,500 


126,000 





281,500 


CHAPMAN, SCOTT J 


H 


054 


02 


242,000 


121,500 


1,200 


363,500 


CHAPPELL, KATIE D 


J 


034 




132,700 


91,900 





224,600 


CHAPUT, PETER J 


D 


082 


01 


157,400 


116,200 





273,600 


CHARETTE, CAROLYN R 


M 


035 







99,000 





99,000 


CHARETTE, NORMAN 


M 


036 




152,200 


122,500 


250 


274,700 


CHARTIER, WILLIAM N 


L 


059 




90,800 


90,000 





180,800 


CHARTIER, WILLIAM N 


L 


061 




100 


500 





600 


CHATFIELD, JOHN F 


L 


014 




179,600 


109,700 





289,300 


CHAUVIN, SHAWN P & DIANA L 


B 


023 


01 





2,000 





2,000 


CHECANI, CRAIG 


F 


017 




51,300 


97,000 





148,300 


CHEEVER, KEVIN P & PAMELA J 


A 


043 




167,500 


170,400 





337,900 


CHENEY, WAYNE C 


J 


011 




109,100 


98,000 





207,100 


CHENEY, WENDY L & JAMES C 


K 


104 




82,600 


90,800 





173,400 


CHILDRESS, SUSAN 


K 


030 




241,000 


97,100 





338,100 


CHOINKA, KEITH 


J 


010 




218,000 


95,000 





313,000 


CHOU, WALTER Y 


C 


127 


02 


155,900 


147,100 





303,000 


CHOW, MICHAEL 


D 


094 







1,364 





1,364 


CHOW, MICHAEL 


L 


064 







122 





122 


CHOW, MICHAEL 


L 


065 







41 





41 



113 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWNER 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Name 



Map 



Lot Unit 



Bldg Value Land Value Exemptions Total Value 



CHRISTINO, GLENN T 


D 


066 




185,100 


101,800 





286,900 


CIARDELLI, GARY A 


B 


038 




250,400 


128,657 


250 


379,057 


CINGULAR WIRELESS NET RE 


G 


024 


TOWER 


201,400 


121,500 





322,900 


CLAIRE, DENNIS A 


D 


069 




217,000 


153,600 





370,600 


CLAIRE, STEPHEN R 


M 


068 




103,800 


116,400 





220,200 


CLAPP, ROGER D 


C 


101 







1,425 





1,425 


CLARK JR, RAYMOND P 


C 


122 




235,600 


118,800 


250 


354,400 


CLARK REV TRUST OP 1998, D H 


A 


012 




254,900 


172,900 





427,800 


CLARK REV TRUST, STEVEN & SHAN 


H 


107 


05 


197,300 


160,300 





357,600 


CLAYTON, ABBIE 


H 


044 







80,900 





80,900 


CLEAVES TRUST, DOROTHY 


J 


134 




185,300 


134,800 


250 


320,100 


CLEAVES TRUST, DOROTHY 


J 


139 







5,000 





5,000 


CLEVELAND, BRADLEE W 


B 


099 




34,300 


102,000 


15,250 


136,300 


CLOUGH, TODD A & LAURA A 


J 


082 




144,600 


87,900 





232,500 


CLUTZ, RICHARD G 


H 


054 


03 


315,400 


126,600 





442,000 


COAN, BARBARA F 


J 


130 




119,600 


111,900 





231,500 


COCHRANE, BRENDA S 


F 


092 







4,200 





4,200 


COFFIN, JAMES P 


A 


0S1 




136,900 


129,000 





265,900 


COFFIN, JAMES P 


J 


125 




265,200 


124,800 





390,000 


COLBY STREET REALTY LLC 


J 


098 




409,100 


112,500 





521,600 


COLLINS FAMILY TRUST OF 2007 


A 


003 




226,900 


127,376 


' 


354,276 


COLLINS, ROBERT L 


K 


016 




245,400 


117,000 


250 


362,400 


COLLINS, ROBERT W & MELISSA J 


H 


067 


02 


260,100 


141,800 





401,900 


COLSON, MATTHEW M 


C 


023 


04 


245,200 


127,600 





372,800 


COMTOIS, BRYAN D 


F 


095 


11 


242,600 


125,000 





367,600 


COMTOIS, DANIEL 


K 


047 







3,500 





3,500 


CONDON, DONALD I 


D 


047 




155,300 


128,400 





283,700 


CONDRA, WILLIAM F 


L 


001 




201,700 


118,600 





320,300 


CONLON, JOHN C & STACEY R 


C 


035 


05 


262,200 


132,500 





394,700 


CONLON, ROBERT P & LINDA N 


H 


094 







179,500 





179,500 


CONNOLLY, STAC IE J 


J 


065 




172,300 


99,000 





271,300 


CONRAD, THOMAS 


B 


121 




97,400 


111,546 





208,946 


CONRAD, THOMAS 


D 


154 







5,500 





5,500 


CONSTANT, JANE M 


M 


082 




153,700 


123,000 





276,700 


COOK, EARL & GAIL 


H 


089 


01 


226,200 


176,700 





402,900 


COOLEY, MICHAEL J & LISA R 


M 


033 




103,800 


121,200 





225,000 


COREY, MICHAEL & ELAINE 


F 


094 


07 


238,800 


142,200 





381,000 


CORNWELL, DANIEL M & JESSICA M 


M 


001 




94,200 


85,500 





179,700 


CORONIS, LAURENCE S 


C 


049 




101,600 


176,000 





277,600 


COTE, ALMOND J 


C 


056 




34,600 


125,070 





159,670 


COTE, ALMOND J 


C 


058 







117,331 





117,331 


COTE, ALMOND J 


C 


134 


01-2 


174,700 


127,100 





301,800 


COTTER JR, JOHN A 


C 


112 




173,300 


111,900 





285,200 


COUNTRYWIDE BANK FSB 


J 


030 




304,200 


100,300 





404,500 


COURT, STEPHEN t PATTI 


C 


015 


02 


72,500 


101,200 





173,700 


COVELL, CHARLES J & AMY A 


F 


102 


02 


126,200 


134,876 





261,076 


COVICI LIVING TRUST, JOAN C 


A 


035 




76,000 


102,926 





178,926 


COX, MICHAEL D 


D 


026 




101,300 


114,000 





215,300 


CRAM, MAUREEN R 


D 


153 




148,500 


130,600 





279,100 


CRAWFORD, CHARLES K 


E 


035 







773 





773 


CRAWFORD, CHARLES K 


E 


036 







3,184 





3,184 


CRAWFORD, CHARLES K 


G 


003 







2,084 





2,084 


CRAWFORD, CHARLES K 


G 


022 







1,116 





1,116 



114 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWNER 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Name 



Map 



Lot Unit 



Bldg Value Land Value Exemptions Total Value 



CRAWFORD, CHARLES K 


G 


023 







175,500 





175,500 


CRAWFORD, CHARLES K 


G 


024 







307,501 





307,501 


CRAWFORD, CHARLES K 


G 


026 




142,000 


118,800 





260,800 


CRAWFORD, CHARLES K 


G 


027 




58,500 


121,800 





180,300 


CRAWFORD, CHARLES K 


G 


028 







16,052 





16,052 


CRAWFORD, CHARLES K 


G 


029 




206,800 


138,600 





345,400 


CRAWFORD, CHARLES K 


G 


030 




101,900 


127,800 





229,700 


CRAWFORD, CHARLES K 


G 


036 




71,600 


211,200 





282,800 


CRAWFORD, CHARLES K 


G 


037 




282,700 


216,048 





498,748 


CRAWFORD, CHARLES K 


G 


039 







4,507 





4,507 


CREIGHTON, BRENDA M 


H 


110 


01 


91,600 


140,400 





232,000 


CRESTA REVOCABLE TRUST 


D 


158 


01 


151,800 


124,900 


250 


276,700 


CRETSINGER, DAVID W J 


H 


057 


08 


265,600 


190,900 





456,500 


CROOKER, GARY S 


L 


011 




90,500 


92,500 





183,000 


CROTTY, MICHAEL W & ARIEL 


D 


075 




153,800 


112,800 





266,600 


CROWLEY, NORMA L 


D 


027 




83,100 


112,500 





195,600 


CUDDIHY, JAMES M 


A 


056 




89,800 


120,000 





209,800 


CUDDIHY, KENNETH M & VICTORIA 


J 


129 




170,900 


116,200 





287,100 


CUDDIHY, MARVIN W 


A 


055 




71,800 


148,200 


250 


220,000 


CUNNINGHAM, KATHY L 


K 


102 




106,900 


81,000 





187,900 


CURRAN, DAVID E 


H 


042 


21 


427,500 


124,781 





552,281 


CUTLER, JAMES C & CORINNE M 


L 


031 


02 


168,100 


101,900 





270,000 


CUTTING TOOL TECHNOLOGIES INC 


B 


098 




129,000 


131,300 





260,300 


D' ALESSANDRO, MARK R 


E 


014 


02 





98,000 





98,000 


D'AMORE, LOUIS J & DONNA L 


D 


085 




343,000 


125,400 





468,400 


DAILEY, HARRY S 


H 


111 


01 


257,500 


126,000 





383,500 


DALEY, DANIEL J 


B 


148 




118,700 


122,100 





240,800 


DALEY, DANIEL J 


B 


149 







99,800 





99,800 


DANIELS, DEBORAH A 


E 


029 


CX 


15,200 








15,200 


DAVIDSON JR, DONALD C 


M 


087 




226,800 


125,000 





351,800 


DAVIDSON TRUST, MARWOOD 


E 


025 







1,000 





1,000 


DAVIDSON TRUST, MARWOOD 


E 


029 







262,650 





262,650 


DAVIDSON TRUST, MARWOOD 


E 


030 




24,200 


174,447 





198,647 


DAVIDSON TRUST, MARWOOD 


E 


031 







150,700 





150,700 


DAVIDSON TRUST, MARWOOD 


E 


032 







295,199 





295,199 


DAVIDSON TRUST, SALLY M 


E 


021 




206,900 


246,810 





453,710 


DAVIDSON TRUST, SALLY M 


E 


022 







307,000 





307,000 


DAVIDSON, GUY M 


E 


029 


BX 


7,900 





30,000 


7,900 


DAVIDSON, MATTHEW D 


E 


029 


DX 


7,200 








7,200 


DAVIDSON, MATTHEW D 


L 


025 




143,200 


112,800 





256,000 


DAVIDSON, MICHAEL D 


E 


024 




9,200 


81,300 





90,500 


DAVIDSON, MICHAEL D 


E 


026 







76,500 





76,500 


DAVIDSON, MICHAEL D 


G 


004 







71,700 





71,700 


DAVIS, KENNETH P 


H 


058 


02 


92,500 


133,100 





225,600 


DAVIS, KIMBALL D 


M 


053 




187,000 


121,200 





308,200 


DAY, PRESTON E 


M 


065 




85,200 


120,000 





205,200 


DAY-LEWIS, WESLEY 


H 


085 







88,700 





88,700 


DECIERO, LINDA 


F 


032 


03 


142,700 


95,500 





238,200 


DEFELICE, THOMAS 


J 


024 




231,900 


106,100 





338,000 


DEGAN, P MICHAEL 


K 


093 




197,200 


92,000 





289,200 


DEGAN, P MICHAEL 


C 


023 


08 


307,300 


120,870 


250 


428,170 


DEGEN, KIP E 


H 


088 


01 


165,800 


135,000 





300,800 


DEGROOT, KEVIN J 


J 


016 




123,700 


100,800 





224,500 



115 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWNER 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Ka 



Map 



Lot Unit 



Bldg Value Land Value Exeaptions Total Value 



DRUMS, HARK S & HOLLY 


E 


K 


040 




78,000 


112,800 





190,800 


DKLL'OBTO, MICHAEL G 




C 


C63 




276,100 


203,800 





479,900 


DBLUCA, AMANDA M 




:< 


C92 




207,200 


101.800 





309,000 


DKMERS, KAREN B 




c 


C85 




258,800 


223,700 





482,500 


DBRIE, KAREN E 




M 


C23 




122,300 


118,800 





241,100 


: : - : -■ : : : - v : : - : ~- : 


■^:ia 


K 


C79 




227,200 


169,700 





396,900 


DBRY, KEVIN N 




K 


C79 


01 


242,800 


136,100 





378,900 


OBSCHENES, CASS I L 




K 


158 







100 





LOO 


:Hsr-?:cis cassi i 




:< 


159 




57,300 


59,100 





116,400 


DESCHBNSE TRUST, PATRI 


CIA A 


D 


037 




105,800 


115,200 





221,000 


:z£_v;-:::-s jr. donald 




C 


103 




151,200 


96,000 





247.;;; 


DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL 




M 


C67 




146,800 


116,400 





263 


DBVINB, SAMUEL 




J 


109 




190,300 


89,300 





279,600 


z, SAMUEL 




M 


045 


01 





11,300 





11,300 


dbysher, ram 1 




A 


C47 


01 


411,600 


140,336 





r51, 938 


DICK, RAYMOND A 




M 


C12 


04 


155,200 


124,400 





279,600 


DICKSTEIN, STEVEN 




D 


095 


35X 


179,100 








179,100 


::??LEY, DBBORA A 




P 


165 




216,100 


118,800 





334,900 


DIOCESE OF MANCHESTER, 


SACRED 


1 


072 




501,400 


103,600 





605,000 


DIOCBSB OP MANCHESTER, 


SACRED 


L 


C51 







45,000 





45,000 


DION, DONALD A b TERESA A 


A 


33< 




121,800 


142,107 





263,907 


s :asok b 




D 


C58 




166,600 


117,550 





284,150 


DOBRR, KENNETH J & EVELYN M 


A 


C59 


02 





9,449 





9,449 


DOLD, : 




5 


129 




89,000 


118,000 





207,000 


DOLLIVSB, TRICIA A 




C 


130 




66,200 


132,000 





198,200 


DONAHUE REVOCABLB TRUST, JUNE 


B 


126 




173,200 


139,500 


250 


312,700 


DONOVAN III, DANIEL E 




C 


C18 




407,100 


140,600 





547,700 


DORAN, DARYL P 




C 


100 




185,300 


169,800 





355.100 


DORAN, DAVID P 




C 


024 


:: 


185,100 


135,900 





321,000 


DORM DBVatt 




B 


108 


01 


163,000 


124,400 





287,400 


DCXHERTY, MATTHEW G 




P 


C6C 




218,300 


112,700 





331,000 


DOUGHERTY, MRU 6 i 


MELISSA 


K 


097 


02 


176,500 


ice,":: 





277,200 


DCXLAS. CHAD E 




C 


134 


1-U 


61,000 


115,200 





176,200 


_ P 




A 


031 


02-01 





150,100 





150,100 


DRAKE TRUST, ROBIN R 




D 


012 




221,600 


129,600 





351,200 


DRAKE, MARGCT T 




K 


C63 




110,900 


133,300 





244,200 


DRAPEAU, JAMES 




- 


108 


01-1 


171,300 


120,200 





291,53: 


DRAPER ENERGY COMPANY 


INC 


? 


171 




136,500 


289,500 





426,000 


DRAPER BNBRGY COMPANY 


INC 


? 


171A 




326,600 








326,600 


DRAPER ENERGY COMPANY 


INC 


K 


066 




648,000 


127,400 





775,400 


DRAPER BNERGY COMPANY 


INC 


K 


C67 




159,100 


99,000 





258,100 


DRAPER BNERGY COMPANY 


INC 


I 


-.'-. 




128,400 


90,300 





218,700 


DRAPER RBV TRUST, BONNIE 


J 


126 




1,600 


85,600 





87,200 


DRAPER RE/ TRUST, BONNIE 


J 


127 




310,300 


117,600 





427,900 


D?A?E? TRUSI STUART S 




J 


C43 




336,000 


98,500 





434,500 


DRAPES L V^*E E 




D 


067 




146,100 


126,500 





272,600 


draper, snuua 




K 


173 




4,100 


90,700 





94,800 


DRAPER, WILLIAM A 




c 


III 


02 


281,700 


124,600 





406,300 


DRAPER, WILLIAM A 




c 


111 


04 





96,200 





96,203 


DROHAN REV IBDST, NANCY J 


D 


C82 


05 


37,500 


130,100 





167,600 


dp.-jymone lou :• 




D 


C95 


16X 


178, CC0 





250 


178,000 


DRY, RANDY L 




B 


131 


08 


261,800 


159,900 





421,700 


DUBE, AMANDA 




C 


134 


1-4A 


107,500 


105,500 





213,000 



116 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWNER 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Name 



Hap 



Lot Unit 



Bldg Value Land Value Exemptions Total Value 



DUBOIS, ANDRE V 


C 


033 




211,100 


187,804 





398,904 


DUBOIS, DAVID A 


K 


073 




278,100 


95,000 





373,100 


DUCHARME, GERTRUDE A 


C 


Oil 




89,700 


101,300 





191,000 


DUCHARME, GERTRUDE A 


C 


Oil 


X 


8,100 








8,100 


DUCHARME, GERTRUDE A 


c 


013 


01 





81,800 





81,800 


DUCHARME, GERTRUDE A 


c 


013 


02 


12,100 


86,300 





98,400 


DUCHARME, GERTRUDE A 


c 


013 


03 





77,100 





77,100 


DUCHARME, GERTRUDE A 


c 


013 


04 





75,800 





75,800 


DUCHARME, MARK A 


F 


037 




245,600 


100,300 





345,900 


DUCHESNE, DENNIS F 


H 


107 


03 


292,000 


130,600 


950 


422,600 


DUGAN, FRANCIS J & MARY 


F 


152 




195,400 


140,609 





336,009 


DUMAIS, DAVID & DONNA J 


A 


019 




120,800 


127,500 


250 


248,300 


DUMONT, RONALD J & DEIRDRE M 


F 


107 




185,100 


150,000 





335,100 


DUNN, ELIZABETH MYER 


D 


084 


03 





1,989 





1,989 


DUNN, GRETCHEN C 


D 


084 


02 


589,500 


117,723 





707,223 


DUNN, RANDOLPH A 


J 


019 




217,000 


122,200 





339,200 


DUPLEASE, AUBREY M 


F 


094 


03 


135,500 


134,300 





269,800 


DUPLEASE, RICHARD E 


H 


087 




151,900 


139,200 





291,100 


DUPONT, PHILIP F & SHARON 


D 


130 




248,400 


124,140 





372,540 


DUPUIS, ALFRED T & BEVERLY A 


F 


029 




58,000 


87,300 





145,300 


DUPUIS, ALFRED T & BEVERLY A 


F 


047 




118,900 


112,700 





231,600 


DUQUETTE REV TRUST, ROBERT R 


A 


058 


02 





294 





294 


DUQUETTE REV TRUST, ROBERT R 


A 


058 


03 


169,100 


136,462 





305,562 


DUQUETTE REV TRUST, ROBERT R 


A 


058 


04 





689 





689 


DURFEE JOINT REV TRUST AGREEMT 


B 


029 




208,500 


130,800 





339,300 


DURKEE, ROBBRT 


B 


140 


08 


186,500 


138,800 





325,300 


DUSSAULT, KRISTIE J & DAVID R 


M 


058 




168,200 


110,600 





278,800 


DUVAL, LEE A 


K 


125 




168,100 


115,000 





283,100 


DWYER, JEFFREY P 


J 


005 




177,500 


104,500 





282,000 


DYE, CHRISTINE K 


K 


146 




149,400 


101,800 





251,200 


E & T'S UNITED VENTURE INC 


L 


027 




70,600 


129,600 





200,200 


EAGLE INVESTMENTS LLC 


F 


095 


08 





119,000 





119,000 


EARLE, GREGORY P 


M 


071 




89,900 


120,000 





209,900 


EARTHERN VESSEL TRUST 


H 


088 




253,500 


115,349 





368,849 


EASTER, LINDA A 


K 


089 




92,400 


90,500 





182,900 


EASTVIEW CONDO ASSOCIATION 


D 


095 
















EASTVIEW CONDOMINIUM ASSOC 


D 


096 


01 





1,170 





1,170 


EASTVIEW CONDOMINIUMS 


D 


















EBNER, DONALD E 


C 


097 




128,800 


130,200 





259,000 


ECKSTROM, ROBERT R 


D 


159 




6,000 


26,700 





32,700 


ECKSTROM, ROBERT R 


J 


088 




141,200 


85,500 


250 


226,700 


EDELBLUT, KATHLEEN M 


H 


051 


02 





120,700 





120,700 


EDELBLUT, KATHLEEN M 


H 


051 


03 


992,300 


263,769 





1,256,069 


EDELBLUT, KATHLEEN M 


H 


052 







106,600 





106,600 


EDMUNDS SR, RALPH L 


B 


132 




118,600 


110,000 


250 


228,600 


EDMUNDS, DANIEL S 


D 


144 




296,700 


129,900 





426,600 


EDMUNDS, KAREN L 


F 


042 


03 


216,300 


107,700 





324,000 


EDWARDS, JERALD P 


K 


051 




90,200 


88,800 





179,000 


EDWARDS, MARK 


F 


091 







26 





26 


EGAN REV TRUST DTD 7/15/03, H 


M 


098 




110,600 


106,200 





216,800 


EGAN REV TRUST DTD 7/15/03, H 


M 


097 







500 





500 


EGAN, CHRISTOPHER T 


F 


159 




104,000 


127,300 


250 


231,300 


EKSTROM, JARL J 


D 


095 


33X 


179,100 








179,100 



117 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWNER 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Naae 



Map 



Lot 



Unit 



Bldg Value Land Value Exemptions Total Value 



ELCOCK, NANCY P 


H 


060 




70,100 


130,600 





200,700 


ELLIOTT, RHODRI A 


F 


006 


02 


281,700 


120,100 





401,800 


ELLISON, MARK 


D 


095 


10X 


182,800 








182,800 


EMBERGBR, MICHAEL J & MELISSA 


H 


083 


03 


277,800 


128,100 





405,900 


ENSELL, JASON M & CHRISTINA M 


C 


004 


02 


230,100 


119,500 





349,600 


EQUITY ONE INC 


K 


018 




160,800 


99,000 





259,800 


ESHBACK, KEITH J 


J 


004 




129,300 


105,600 





234,900 


FAIKAN JR, ROBERT NEIL 


D 


017 




144,000 


127,800 





271,800 


FAIRBANK, KIM D 


D 


080 




128,500 


107,800 





236,300 


FALX, STEPHEN C & CHER I K 


C 


051 




423,200 


144,613 





567,813 


FAMILY TRUST, THE 


B 


C31 


02 


200,300 


167,600 





367,900 


FARIOLE, WALTER & PAMELA 


K 


C09 




104,600 


87,900 





192,500 


FARKAS, JOSEPH A 


H 


088 


02 


213,800 


138,700 





352,500 


FARMER, BRITTA S & GARY D 


J 


C27 




127,900 


91,400 





219,300 


FARRELL, JANE KEEFE 


P 


096 




71,600 


134,200 





205,800 


FARRINGTON, RICHARD P 


D 


019 


02 


237,500 


139,700 





377,200 


FEDERAL NAT'L MORTGAGE ASSOC 


M 


026 




96,600 


121,200 





217,800 


FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE 


K 


056 




86,500 


91,300 





177,800 


FERGUSON, ELIZABETH N 


D 


146 




214,000 


128,100 





342,100 


PERRELL, RICHARD S & CHERYL L 


C 


035 


16 


247,900 


127,500 





375,400 


FIELD, STEVEN P 


L 


042 




164,000 


91,600 





255,600 


PIERO, THOMAS H & JOANNE M 


K 


103 




98,500 


96,900 





195,400 


FILES, LENORE M 


H 


089 


05 


240,700 


168,000 





408,700 


FIMBLE DOOR COMPANY INC 


E 


028 







1,808 





1,808 


FINLAYSON, WILLIAM 


G 


001 


01 


375,000 


161,550 





536,550 


FIORE, RALPH 


K 


108 




175,700 


89,000 





264,700 


FIRMIN, BRIAN H 


F 


067 




134,600 


99,800 


250 


234,400 


FIRST LIGHT FARM LLC 


F 


095 


02 





405 





405 


FIRST LIGHT FARM LLC 


F 


095 


03 





718 





718 


FIRST LIGHT FARM LLC 


F 


095 


04 


223,500 


118, BOO 





342,300 


FIRST LIGHT FARM LLC 


P 


095 


07 





1,709 





1,709 


FIRST LIGHT FARM LLC 


F 


095 


13 





113,700 





113,700 


FIRST LIGHT FARM LLC 


P 


095 


14 





127,000 





127,000 


FIRST LIGHT FARM LLC 


F 


095 


15 





718 





718 


FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH 


C 


075 




257,000 


211,000 





468,000 


FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH 


C 


081 




289,200 


196,000 





485,200 


FISCHER, JAMES ANDREW 


H 


037 


01 


216,600 


131,500 





348,100 


FISCHER, ROBERT A 


B 


063 


02-01 


312,200 


245,300 





557,500 


FISHER, JOHN R 


J 


077 




150,100 


107,800 





257,900 


FISHER, WAYNE 


K 


091 




140,000 


93,000 





233,000 


FISHER, WAYNB P 


F 


031 


01 


147,300 


95,5CC 





242,800 


FISK, DARRE11 A 


D 


082 




189,100 


122,700 





311,800 


FISK, WILLIAM A 


D 


081 




140,400 


120,500 





260,900 


FLANAGAN, JOHN E & RBNEE A 


M 


089 




130,400 


118,800 





249,200 


FLANAGAN, KEVIN 


C 


134 


01-9 


296,500 


113,800 





410,300 


FLEURANT, DONALD M 


H 


128 




135,700 


129,600 





265,300 


FLY WAY FARM LLC 


A 


077 







255 





255 


PLY WAY FARM LLC 


A 


078 







990 





990 


PLY WAY FARM LLC 


A 


079 







1,949 





1,949 


FONG, MICHAEL 


K 


128 




124,500 


99,000 





223,500 


FOOTE FAMILY TRUST, SHERYL C 


P 


C94 


02 





4,862 





4,862 


FORBES, TYRONE 


M 


C16 




53,100 


122,500 





175,600 


FORTIER, MICHAEL W 


M 


017 




120,000 


125,000 





245,000 



118 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWNER 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Name 



Map 



Lot Unit 



Bldg Value Land Value Exemptions Total Value 



FOSSNES, ERIK S & CARYL L 


F 


095 


09 


275,300 


123,800 





399,100 


FOUR WINDS COUMMUNITY 




C 


128 


04 


197,000 


187,300 





384,300 


FOURNIER, RONALD P 




K 


082 




175,900 


88,100 


250 


264,000 


FOWLER, ERIC W & SOPHIA J G 


J 


136 




268,700 


118,600 





387,300 


FOX, DAVID T 




H 


096 




159,000 


141,000 





300,000 


FREDERICK, ANDREW J 




D 


145 




223,900 


132,400 





356,300 


FREDETTE, WALTER J & 


LEONA G 


K 


039 




214,900 


108,900 





323,800 


FRENCH, LINDA J 




A 


033 







400 





400 


FRISELLA, MICHAEL J 




H 


057 


03 





106,400 





106,400 


FRITSCH, PETER-ERIC 




D 


095 


04X 


173,700 








173,700 


FROLKEY, KEITH A 




J 


085 







95,000 





95,000 


FRONGILLO, ALEXANDER 




A 


048 


02 


315,600 


133,100 





448,700 


FROST, CHRISTOPHER B 




C 


148 




152,500 


117,700 





270,200 


FRYE & SON, E B 




A 


023 




192,400 


180,900 





373,300 


FRYE & SON, E B 




A 


024 







4,400 





4,400 


FRYE & SON, E B 




A 


025 







4,100 





4,100 


FRYE & SON, E B 




A 


028 




81,000 


134,100 





215,100 


FRYE & SON, E B 




A 


063 







25,100 





25,100 


FRYE FAMILY TRUST, WALTER S 


F 


127 







6,854 





6,854 


FRYE FAMILY TRUST, WALTER S 


F 


135 







2,911 





2,911 


FRYE REVOCABLE TRUST, 


GARY W 


F 


137 


03 


312,500 


134,669 





447,169 


FRYE REVOCABLE TRUST, 


GARY W 


H 


029 


07 





3,122 





3,122 


FRYE TRUST, WALTER S 




F 


137 


02 


203,700 


137,710 





341,410 


FRYE TRUST, WALTER S 




F 


139 




1,900 


6,808 





8,708 


FRYE, DAVID B 




E 


033 




2,000 


23,761 





25,761 


FRYE, GAIL H 




F 


137 


01 


14,500 


71,908 





86,408 


FULLER REV TRUST, SHARON M 


B 


042 


02 


182,400 


125,000 





307,400 


G & P CONSTRUCTION 




J 


089 




177,500 


132,600 





310,100 


GABEL, MARK A 




K 


177 




112,000 


99,000 





211,000 


GABOR, WILLIAM T 




D 


122 




130,700 


120,000 





250,700 


GAGE, DAVID A 




H 


021 


01 





1,917 





1,917 


GAGE, DAVID A 




H 


028 




140,600 


128,100 





268,700 


GAGE, DAVID A 




H 


029 


06 


258,800 


126,600 





385,400 


GALLAGHER, THOMAS M 




C 


118 




110,000 


98,000 





208,000 


GALLETTA FAMILY TRUST 




M 


009 




144,000 


120,000 





264,000 


GALLEY, KENNETH C & AUSHRA R 


H 


121 


02 


231,800 


119,700 





351,500 


GANTNIER, WILLIAM H 




H 


076 




107,800 


126,383 





234,183 


GARDENT, ANDREW B 




J 


081 




139,900 


99,000 





238,900 


GARDNER, STACY A 




L 


043 




77,500 


85,500 





163,000 


GARNER, MICHAEL J 




D 


095 


19X 


174,900 








174,900 


GARNHAM, DANIEL A 




K 


161 




61,100 


55,100 





116,200 


GAROFANO JR, STACEY & 


DONALD J 


H 


029 


04 


119,900 


131,300 





251,200 


GAUDETTE, JOHN H 




H 


021 


02 


296,700 


158,000 





454,700 


GAUDETTE, KATHRYN H 




H 


134 


04 


231,300 


122,700 





354,000 


GEBHARDT, DANIEL B 




J 


032 




191,900 


117,200 





309,100 


GENDRON, MICHAEL P 




H 


089 


08 


204,500 


134,000 





338,500 


GENTES, ADRIAN C 




K 


028 




135,200 


100,700 





235,900 


GERSKY JR., ALLEN J 




D 


157 




181,300 


127,000 





308,300 


GIBBONS REV TRUST, MARCIA J 


B 


057 




149,700 


133,800 





283,500 


GIBBONS, GABRIELLE M 




J 


023 




213,800 


92,500 





306,300 


GIBBONS, HENRY H 




H 


069 







378 





378 


GIBBONS, LISA 




J 


117 




85,100 


86,200 





171,300 


GIBBONS, MARK J 




B 


057 


01 


169,700 


131,300 





301,000 



119 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWNER 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Name 



Map 



Lot Unit 



Bldg Value Land Value Exemptions Total Value 



GIFFORD, DOUGLAS J 


H 


029 


05 


112,400 


131,300 





243,700 


GILBERT JR, DENNIS G 


H 


009 




109,500 


119,400 





228,900 


GILL, LAURA J 


K 


115 




105,000 


96,300 





201,300 


GILLIS, CHERRYL L 


B 


087 




198,200 


131,400 





329,600 


GILMAN, WILLIAM R 


C 


006 




109,200 


130,200 


250 


239,400 


GILMORE REV TRUST, B A 


F 


126 




72,700 


180,700 





253,400 


GIRL SCOUTS/SWIFT WATER COUNCI 


F 


002 




114,700 


492,600 





607,300 


GISO JR, JOHN J 


J 


069 




194,100 


93,000 





287,100 


GLENECK, PAUL A 


B 


128 




244,500 


129,600 





374,100 


GLINES, DAVID W 


F 


144 







500 





500 


GLINES, DAVID W 


F 


145 




298,800 


167,600 





466,400 


GLINES, DAVID W 


F 


146 







27,300 





27,300 


GLINES, DAVID W 


F 


163 




12,100 


121,800 





133,900 


GLINBS, DAVID W 


H 


003 




151,200 


138,800 





290,000 


GODDARD REV TRUST, ELAINE C 


F 


027 




156,800 


153,200 





310,000 


GODDARD REV TRUST, ELAINE C 


F 


028 




155,900 


278,900 





434,800 


GODDARD RBV TRUST, ELAINE C 


F 


166 


01 





112,500 





112,500 


GODDARD, CLAIRE E 


F 


138 




150,900 


179,300 





330,200 


GODDARD, WILLIAM B 


C 


061 


01 


456,600 


219,800 





676,400 


GOINSALVOS, MARK E 


D 


082 


02 


87,000 


105,700 





192,700 


GOLDING, MARY 


H 


065 




140,100 


131,300 





271,400 


GOOD NEWS BIBLE CHURCH WILTON 


F 


012 


01 


488,500 


162,700 





651,200 


GOODHUE, JAMES R 


M 


066 




94,700 


118,800 





213,500 


GOODWIN JR, VIRGIL W 


M 


076 




146,100 


120,600 





266,700 


GOODWIN, PETER J 


C 


002 




167,700 


150,200 





317,900 


GORDON, JAMES R & JANICE S 


H 


134 


03 


265,700 


115,800 


250 


381,500 


GORMAN, CATHERINE M 


H 


111 


03 


140,900 


114,600 





255,500 


GORMAN, SEAN T & STEPHANIE W 


C 


020 




159,200 


125,400 





284,600 


GOTT, DAVID J 


H 


004 




267,400 


122,500 





389,900 


GOTTSTEIN, JOSEPH J 


H 


029 


01-1 


131,100 


171,800 





302,900 


GOULET, DANNY P 


K 


162 




78,700 


59,100 





137,800 


GOULETTE, WILLIAM J 


K 


059 




118,400 


87,500 


250 


205,900 


GRACE, CONAN TERRY 


B 


049 




321,700 


147,200 





468,900 


GRACE, JUDY A 


C 


141 




192,000 


119,900 





311,900 


GRAHAM, ADAM & JESSICA 


D 


113 




100,500 


104,500 





205,000 


GRAHAM, ANTHONY M & GLYNN 


H 


013 




115,000 


103,100 





218,100 


GRAHAM, ANTHONY M & GLYNN 


H 


015 







712 





712 


GRAHAM, ANTHONY M & GLYNN 


H 


038 




12,100 


1,165 





13,265 


GRAHAM, ANTHONY M & GLYNN 


H 


041 




223,500 


114,375 





337,875 


GRAHAM, DAVID W 


C 


023 


01 


251,200 


148,700 





399,900 


GRAHAM, WILLIAM F 


K 


099 




104,400 


80,000 





184,400 


GRANITE STATE CONCRETE 


B 


011 




53,700 


1,049,200 





1,102,900 


GRANITE STATE CONCRETE INC 


B 


012 




1,400 


377,800 





379,200 


GRANITE STATE CONCRETE INC 


B 


013 







100 





100 


GRANITE STATE CONCRETE INC 


B 


095 







3,518 





3,518 


GRANT, LACHLAN G & CYNTHIA 


B 


116 




111,100 


95,000 





206,100 


GRANT, SUSAN C 


D 


116 




163,700 


123,800 





287,500 


GRANTZ, DAVID L & SHIRLEY L 


M 


020 




246,500 


83,700 





330,200 


GRAVES REV TRUST 9/19/03, P 


D 


059 







113,200 





113,200 


GRAVES REV TRUST 9/19/03, P 


D 


060 




323,500 


133,200 





456,700 


GRAVLIN, PETER S 


C 


121 


02 


170,600 


105,300 





275,900 


GRAY, KEVIN V 


A 


031 


02-02 


387,600 


132,700 





520,300 


GREATER NASHUA HABITAT 


K 


096 


01 





80,600 





80,600 



120 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWNER 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Name 



Map Lot Unit Bldg Value Land Value Exemptions Total Value 



GREELEY REV TRUST, 


RICHARD D 


E 


002 


01 


170,900 


119,665 





290,565 


GREELEY REV TRUST, 


RICHARD D 


E 


002 


01 


56,200 


98,475 





154,675 


GREELEY REV TRUST, 


RICHARD D 


E 


002 


02 





12,859 





12,859 


GREELEY REV TRUST, 


RICHARD D 


E 


002 


01AX 


8,200 








8,200 


GREELEY REV TRUST, 


RICHARD D 


E 


002 


01BX 


9,400 








9,400 


GREELEY REV TRUST, 


RICHARD D 


E 


003 







165 





165 


GREELEY REV TRUST, 


RICHARD D 


E 


006 







594 





594 


GREELEY, DENISE D 




C 


142 




114,300 


116,200 





230,500 


GREELEY, MARLON RANDY 


c 


143 




242,700 


132,300 


250 


375,000 


GREENE REV TRUST, 


JERRY WALTER 


B 


102 




687,100 


213,400 





900,500 


GREENE REV TRUST, 


LOUISE K 


B 


103 




24,400 


103,800 





128,200 


GREENE, MARTHA J 




B 


056 


01 


309,800 


125,000 





434,800 


GREENE, MARTHA J 




B 


056 


02 





97,800 





97,800 


GREENE, MARTHA J 




B 


056 


03 





100,500 





100,500 


GREENMAN REV TRUST 


, JANET W 


A 


052 







103,200 





103,200 


GRIFFIN, CHRISTOPHER E 


K 


036 




158,000 


94,500 





252,500 


GRIFFIN, RICHARD A 




J 


033 




311,000 


108,900 





419,900 


GRIFFITH, JOHN R 




F 


124 




322,100 


132,252 





454,352 


GRIFFITH, JOHN R 




F 


124 


01 


112,100 


131,835 





243,935 


GRIFFITHS CARL & DEBRA 


H 


001 


03 


241,400 


161,477 


250 


402,877 


GROH, TRAUGER M 




C 


133 




11,000 


111,305 





122,305 


GROSE REV TRUST, ELLEN LOUISE 


F 


093 


04 


370,700 


148,300 





519,000 


GROVES, BONITA E 




D 


095 


07X 


173,700 








173,700 


GUAY SR, MAURICE G 




B 


095 


X 


14,700 








14,700 


GUAY, BRUCE E 




C 


134 


01-7 


54,900 


109,700 





164,600 


GUAY, MARTIN L 




L 


009 




7,900 


96,300 





104,200 


GUAY, MARTIN L 




L 


010 




10,100 


9,600 





19,700 


GUILBEAULT, PETER 


J & NANCY J 


C 


109 




95,500 


93,800 





189,300 


GUILD, MARY E & CURTIS L 


H 


032 


02 


331,800 


132,300 





464,100 


GUILFORD TRANSPORTATION 


K 


166 







30,600 





30,600 


GUYMONT, RALPH H 




C 


072 




223,800 


200,000 





423,800 


HAAS, SHIRLEY 




A 


075 




291,800 


133,200 


250 


425,000 


HACKBART, JOEL B 




D 


095 


03X 


178,000 








178,000 


HAEGLE, MICHELE A 




H 


114 


03 


163,000 


114,600 





277,600 


HAHNL, THOMAS 




B 


039 


01 


225,100 


146,200 


250 


371,300 


HAJJAR, DAVID 




H 


077 




223,100 


135,320 





358,420 


HALL JR, ROGER 




F 


094 


05 


242,900 


126,900 





369,800 


HALL REV TRUST, EMILY J 


B 


048 


02 


185,500 


134,300 





319,800 


HALL, CHARLES A 




H 


045 




167,500 


147,200 





314,700 


HALL, WILLARD L 




B 


061 




153,000 


129,400 





282,400 


HALPERN, PABLO C 




F 


094 


06 


271,700 


160,300 





432,000 


HAMBRICK, LEE F 




D 


158 


09 


119,100 


113,500 





232,600 


HANDY, CAROL A 




B 


146 




117,100 


118,300 





235,400 


HANISCH FAMILY TRUST 


C 


098 




144,500 


149,200 





293,700 


HANISCH, RONALD A 




H 


010 


01 





109,500 





109,500 


HANISCH, RONALD A 




H 


011 




330,100 


136,400 





466,500 


HANNAN, JAMES V & 


KATIE J 


D 


095 


01X 


177,900 








177,900 


HANNIGAN III, MICHAEL J 


K 


122 




112,800 


100,400 





213,200 


HANNIGAN JR., MICHAEL J 


L 


054 




88,400 


104,800 





193,200 


HANSEN, OTTO E 




L 


012 




124,500 


107,200 





231,700 


HARGROVE, GILBERT 


P 


L 


029 




129,500 


109,500 





239,000 


HART, LYNN A 




F 


072 




100,700 


129,800 





230,500 


HARTWELL, STEVEN W & JENNIFER 


M 


046 




163,400 


116,400 





279,800 



121 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWNER 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Name 



Map 



Lot Unit 



Bldg Value Land Value Exemptions Total Value 



HARWOOD, MATTHEW R 

HARWOOD, MATTHEW R 

HASTINGS REV TRUST, MARK A 

HASTINGS, DANIEL I 

HASTINGS, JUNE L T 

HATFIELD, ROGER 5c SABRINA 

HATT, SAMUEL L 

HAWNTHORNE, CHARLES C & JEANNE 

HAYDEN, AMANDA 

HEALD FAMILY TRUST, ROSS L TTE 

HEALD FAMILY TRUST, ROSS L TTE 

HEALD FAMILY TRUST, ROSS L TTE 

HEALD FAMILY TRUST, ROSS L TTE 

HEALD FAMILY TRUST, ROSS L TTE 

HEALY, MICHAEL J 

HEALY, PHILIP B & LEE-ANN K 

HEINONEN, KARL L 

HELLER-BLACKMER REV TRUST, H 

HELLER-BLACKMER REV TRUST, H 

HELLER-BLACKMER REV TRUST, H 

HENDERSON, ANDREW J 

HERLIHY, CRAIG M & CHRISTINE E 

HERLIHY, THOMAS P 

HERNANDEZ, GAIL C & EDUARDO 

HICKERSON JR, WILLIAM H 

HICKMAN, JUSTIN L 

HIGGINS PREVEL SIMPSON PALMER 

HIGH MOWING SCHOOL 

HIGH MOWING SCHOOL 

HIGH MOWING SCHOOL 

HIGH MOWING SCHOOL 

HIGH MOWING SCHOOL 

HIGHFIELDS REVOCABLE TRUST 

HIGHFIELDS REVOCABLE TRUST 

HIGHLAND HORSESHOE REALTYTRUST 

HILL, EMELIENNE GIBBONS 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CEMETERY 

HILLSIDE OF WILTON LLC 

HILTON, PHILIP J 

HOAGLAND SR, DAVID A 

HOAGLAND SR, DAVID A 

HOAR, ANDREW V 

HODGE REVOCABLE TRUST, HERBERT 

HODGEN, ARTHUR J 

HODGEN, ARTHUR J 

HOLDER REV TRUST, L DAVID 

HOLKA, CHRISTOPHER T 

HOLLAND JR, PAUL C 

HOLLAND JR, PAUL C 

HOLLAND JR, PAUL C 

HOLLAND JR, PAUL C 

HOLLIDAY, DAVID P 

HOLMES, FREDERICK M 



L 


028 


01 


131,300 


89,500 





220,800 


L 


028 


02 





90,000 





90,000 


H 


029 


01-3 


231,300 


165,200 


250 


396,500 


D 


065 




98,900 


108,900 





207,800 


G 


031 


01 


101,400 


140,000 





241,400 


C 


004 


01 


219,600 


147,400 





367,000 


K 


134 




72,100 


90,000 


250 


162,100 


F 


133 


01 


273,600 


161,500 





435,100 


D 


095 


28X 


179,000 








179,000 


E 


044 







1,694 





1,694 


E 


045 




96,300 


134,353 





230,653 


E 


045 


A 


2,000 








2,000 


E 


047 







819 





819 


G 


025 







3,387 





3,387 


C 


015 


01 


46,200 


102,800 


250 


149,000 


F 


035 




229,800 


135,000 





364,800 


B 


122 




33,000 


121,300 





154,300 


C 


001 







372,000 





372,000 


C 


007 


01 


218,200 


231,400 





449,600 


C 


007 


02 


886,700 


331,000 





1,217,700 


B 


093 




22,300 


100,300 


. 


122,600 


H 


042 


04 


140,300 


126,000 





266,300 


D 


032 




199,400 


122,160 





321,560 


K 


003 




131,900 


96,700 





228,600 


B 


046 




120,100 


123,300 





243,400 


H 


111 


11 


151,300 


114,800 





266,100 


H 


118 


01 


142,000 


133,200 





275,200 


P 


116 







157,900 





157,900 


F 


128 




304,600 


127,500 





432,100 


F 


128 


T 


836,500 





150,000 


836,500 


F 


130 




371,500 


272,000 





643,500 


F 


131 




1,644,700 


132,300 





1,777,000 


B 


144 




387,400 


130,991 





518,391 


B 


145 







729 





729 


L 


019 







25,600 





25,600 


F 


093 


02 


131,700 


120,400 





252,100 


A 


007 







100 





100 


D 


084 







10,932 





10,932 


A 


058 


01 


366,900 


128,700 





495,600 


D 


124 







6,467 





6,467 


M 


095 




46,100 


83,300 





129,400 


C 


084 




174,000 


200,500 





374,500 


K 


010 




103,800 


90,300 


250 


194,100 


L 


022 




118,700 


97,000 





215,700 


L 


030 







9,400 





9,400 


H 


057 


06 


335,000 


186,191 





521,191 


B 


153 




171,000 


124,100 





295,100 


B 


151 




103,500 


116,100 


250 


219,600 


K 


033 




130,000 


84,500 





214,500 


K 


034 







8,800 





8,800 


K 


038 







8,800 





8,800 


H 


057 


09 


326,600 


193,300 





519,900 


F 


037 


01 


134,000 


105,000 


30,250 


239,000 



122 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWNEfl 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Name 



Map 



Lot Unit 



Bldg Value Land Value Exemptions Total Value 



HOLMES, MICHAEL B 




C 


039 




253,000 


141,372 


250 


394,372 


HOLMES, RAYMOND A 




J 


091 




65,000 


86,600 


250 


151,600 


HOLMES, RICHARD F 




D 


030 




148,800 


112,500 





261,300 


HOLMES, THOMAS G 




F 


037 


02 


7,300 


82,900 





90,200 


HOLT ET ALL, MARK 




B 


017 







1,645 





1,645 


HOLT, MARK C 




B 


019 




208,800 


135,800 





344,600 


HOME FARM REALTY TRUST 




B 


074 




37,400 


123,821 





161,221 


HOME FARM REALTY TRUST 




B 


075 




201,500 


149,355 





350,855 


HOME FARM REALTY TRUST 




B 


075 


01 





3,446 





3,446 


HOMESALES INC 




K 


157 




141,000 


85,500 





226,500 


HOOPER, TIMOTHY 




M 


027 




219,900 


122,500 





342,400 


HOOVER REV TRUST 4/28/88, 


H M 


C 


042 







996 





996 


HOOVER REV TRUST 4/28/88, 


H M 


D 


001 







2,438 





2,438 


HOOVER REV TRUST 4/28/88, 


H M 


D 


002 







1,810 





1,810 


HOOVER REV TRUST 4/28/88, 


H M 


D 


018 




175,100 


114,815 


15,250 


289,915 


HOPE FOR HOMES 




K 


058 




350,500 


90,000 





440,500 


HORSLEY REV TRUST, SYLVIA 




J 


013 




122,900 


89,800 





212,700 


HORST, DANIELLE 




C 


035 


15 


245,200 


131,000 





376,200 


HOUSEHOLD OF FAITH 




J 


038 


X 


79,400 








79,400 


HOUSEHOLD OF FAITH 




J 


038 


01 


79,400 








79,400 


HOUSEHOLD OF FAITH 




J 


038 


02 


79,400 








79,400 


HOUSEHOLD OF FAITH 




J 


038 


MAIN 














HOWARD LIVING TRUST, ROBERT L 


F 


132 




99,400 


127,724 





227,124 


HOWARD, COURTNEY E 




D 


055 




145,500 


179,400 





324,900 


HOWARD, GREGORY M 




D 


054 




141,900 


121,800 


250 


263,700 


HOWARD, JOSEPH T 




D 


112 




137,700 


95,000 





232,700 


HOWLEY, THOMAS 




D 


095 


23X 


179,100 








179,100 


HSBC BANK USA 




H 


114 


01 


228,200 


135,900 





364,100 


HUBBARD REV TRUST OF 2005 


, ERI 


H 


120 




261,700 


135,900 





397,600 


HUBBARD, DAVID W 




H 


029 


02 


181,000 


130,400 





311,400 


HUBBARD, REED P 




J 


112 




230,200 


98,600 





328,800 


HUBBARD, REED P 




J 


112 


01 





8,200 





8,200 


HUBBIRD, SARAH J 




B 


114 




44,400 


102,000 





146,400 


HUBERT, NANCY M 




J 


022 




105,500 


88,500 





194,000 


HUGHES, HELAINE 




K 


088 




186,500 


100,700 





287,200 


HUNTER, D RACHEL 




C 


040 




73,400 


158,300 


250 


231,700 


HUNTOON, JULIE A 




H 


048 




74,600 


124,500 





199,100 


HURLEY TRUST, ELIZABETH 




K 


145 




118,000 


99,000 


30,250 


217,000 


HUSSEY, FORREST A 




J 


029 




368,800 


99,300 





468,100 


HUSSEY, JOHN G 




H 


134 


05 


261,900 


143,000 





404,900 


HUTCHINSON REV TRUST, GRETCHEN 


F 


104 




207,300 


137,000 





344,300 


HUTCHINSON, CRAIG J 




J 


092 




67,300 


111,900 





179,200 


HUTCHINSON, GREG 




B 


142 




201,000 


146,800 





347,800 


HUTCHINSON, JOHN H 




K 


155 




157,900 


104,500 





262,400 


HUTCHINSON, MICHELLE A & JEFF 


F 


Oil 




147,600 


110,000 





257,600 


HUTCHINSON, SUZETTE A 




B 


004 







88,200 





88,200 


HUTCHINSON, SUZETTE A 




K 


086 




130,000 


100,700 





230,700 


HYDE, JOHN F & DEBRA A 




D 


095 


02X 


178,000 








178,000 


HYMOWITZ REV TRUST, JANET 


H 


J 


060 




93,500 


97,500 





191,000 


IANNACCI, ARTHUR & VIRGINIA 


F 


079 




155,900 


125,400 





281,300 


IASELLA, PAULA 




B 


027 




33,300 


133,200 





166,500 


IKERD, GREG 




A 


013 




310,000 


147,800 





457,800 


ILLIES, CHRISTIAN 




F 


133 




208,400 


154,900 





363,300 



123 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWNER 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Name 



Map 



Lot 



Unit 



Bldg Value Land Value Exemptions Total Value 



INGRAHAM, ROBERT D 


B 


127 




176,400 


132,500 





308,900 


INGRBSS, JEANNE L & JOHN 


B 


136 




109,200 


131,500 





240,700 


IRELAND, HELEN-ANN 


A 


039 


02X 


103,000 








103,000 


ISENE, HENRIETTE 


H 


037 


02 


144,900 


125,300 





270,200 


JACKSON, MONICA FLORES 


H 


047 




122,500 


140,400 





262,900 


JACOB, CHRISTOPHER C 


K 


118 




100,800 


87,500 





188,300 


JACOBSON, ANDREW 


K 


151 




38,200 


70,900 





109,100 


JACQUES REV TRUST, MICHAEL S 


E 


Oil 


02 


274,300 


113,877 





388,177 


JACQUES, STEVEN B 


D 


029 




106,100 


117,600 





223,700 


JACQUES, STEVEN B. 


B 


Oil 


01 


39,600 


91,600 





131,200 


JADIS REV TRUST, PAUL A 


K 


001 




156,800 


91,600 





248,400 


JADIS, PAUL A 


M 


054 




159,000 


123,800 





282,800 


JAREST TRUST, ARTHUR 


K 


140 




80,000 


99,000 





179,000 


JAREST, ELEANOR L 


K 


085 




115,800 


79,200 





195,000 


JARVIS, JILL 


K 


130 







600 





600 


JASPER, JAMES A 


B 


092 




280,400 


132,800 





413,200 


JASPER, JOHN L & CINDY L 


B 


135 




135,400 


107,800 





243,200 


JASPER, PHILIP & BRIDGET E 


M 


090 




89,700 


117,200 





206,900 


JEAN, KEVIN M 


M 


037 




120,700 


122,500 





243,200 


JEFPERS, JANICE G 


B 


112 




113,700 


102,500 





216,200 


JENKS, SEAN P & ANGELA 


K 


023 




176,100 


96,300 





272,400 


JENNINGS, DAVID L 


D 


158 


10 


331,600 


126,100 





457,700 


JENNINGS, SHERRY L 


A 


039 


09X 


119,200 








119,200 


JENSEN, R GARY 


L 


016 







25,400 





25,400 


JENSEN, R GARY 


L 


017 




20,900 


94,100 





115,000 


JL TRUST 


H 


026 




111,200 


131,600 





242,800 


JOAS 1997 TRUST, DONNA S 


C 


076 




453,300 


218,300 


250 


671,600 


JOHNSON IRREV TRUST, CS & JL 


B 


113 




132,400 


131,600 





264,000 


JOHNSON, CAROLYN E 


J 


120 




106,700 


80,300 


250 


187,000 


JOHNSON, LOREY Z 


B 


055 




168,300 


135,900 





304,200 


JOHNSTON, EVELYN K & DAVID 


H 


101 




179,600 


151,800 





331,400 


JOHNSTON, NATHAN & MELANIE 


C 


110 




174,500 


96,000 





270,500 


JONES, MIKEALA & MELODIE 


J 


137 




91,400 


94,100 





185,500 


JONES, PETER J 


H 


071 




116,300 


125,000 





241,300 


JONES, STEPHEN A 


J 


078 




72,000 


97,000 





169,000 


JORDAN, WILLIAM A 


J 


084 




132,100 


92,500 





224,600 


JORDAN, WILLIAM A 


K 


032 




146,900 


111,900 





258,800 


JORGENSON, MICHAEL 


K 


077 




103,800 


81,000 





184,800 


JOWDERS REV TRUST '95, AW 


M 


038 




147,800 


125,000 


250 


272,800 


JOWDERS, DANIEL 


K 


029 




183,600 


97,100 





280,700 


JOWDERS, HAROLD R 


F 


043 




106,400 


105,000 


30,250 


211,400 


JOWDERS, JOHN A 


M 


012 


06 


244,000 


120,900 





364,900 


JOYAL, JASON E 


K 


015 




160,700 


101,800 





262,500 


JOYCE, MICHAEL E 


D 


158 


06 


185,000 


101,600 





286,600 


JUDD JR, GRETCHEN H & THOMAS W 


C 


064 




785,000 


263,500 





1,048,500 


KAHN, RICHARD S 


A 


041 




112,500 


125,000 





237,500 


KALADISH REV TRUST, ALISON 


A 


044 


01 





6,075 





6,075 


KALADISH, ROBERT 


H 


105 




224,900 


123,000 





347,900 


KAMINSTEIN, GREGORY B 


D 


096 




424,200 


171,192 





595,392 


KANDT, JEFFREY A 


D 


082 


03 


176,300 


115,500 





291,800 


KANN, ERWIN G 


E 


034 




196,800 


144,881 





341,681 


KANN, PAUL J 


L 


031 


01 


110,800 


96,400 





207,200 


KAYMEN, REBEKAH 


A 


020 




164,300 


135,600 





299,900 



124 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWNER 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Name 



Map Lot Unit Bldg Value Land Value Exemptions Total Value 



KEEFE, WILLIAM J 


D 


084 


01 


214,400 


138,700 





353,100 


KEEFE, WILLIAM J 


H 


051 


01 


152,400 


138,600 





291,000 


KEEFE, WILLIAM J 


J 


046 




111,400 


48,800 





160,200 


KEENAN, JOHN T & JUDITH L 


H 


054 


07 


328,600 


126,800 





455,400 


KEILIG TRUST, R H SR & J L 


H 


129 




125,700 


156,500 


500 


282,200 


KELLEY, DANIEL & DONNIE 


A 


010 




211,300 


135,900 





347,200 


KENNEDY, ANDREW T & CATLIN A 


A 


039 


12X 


144,100 








144,100 


KENNEDY, H JAMES 


F 


003 




87,500 


241,900 





329,400 


KENNEDY, H JAMES 


J 


122 




41,800 


90,700 





132,500 


KENNEDY, H JAMES 


K 


120 




111,000 


115,000 





226,000 


KENNEDY, LISA 


J 


007 




121,400 


103,100 





224,500 


KENNEDY, MATTHEW J 


F 


045 




131,200 


100,000 





231,200 


KENNEDY, PAUL J 


F 


088 


02 


159,600 


123,000 





282,600 


KENNEY, PATRICK E & SARA Y 


F 


136 




144,700 


134,800 





279,500 


KEYES JR, RICHARD H 


C 


023 


07 


274,500 


120,883 





395,383 


KHOURY JR, CHARLES R 


H 


111 


06 


165,500 


113,100 





278,600 


KIDDIE, ELEANOR R 


H 


005 




7,600 


213,300 





220,900 


KILGORE, JOHN & ALEXANDRA 


B 


053 




210,400 


175,200 





385,600 


KIM, STEVE C 


F 


123 


02 


288,000 


133,462 





421,462 


KIMBALL, DANA J 


D 


132 




287,500 


167,000 


250 


454,500 


KIMBALL, KEVIN D & ANGELA J 


C 


034 


01 





100,197 





100,197 


KIMBALL, LAWRENCE D 


H 


058 


01 


108,400 


135,800 





244,200 


KINCAID REVOCABLE TRUST/2001 


A 


018 




9,700 


121,800 





131,500 


KINDER, RICHARD V 


C 


014 




100,600 


99,000 





199,600 


KING JR, DONALD E 


F 


121 


04 


546,700 


141,500 





688,200 


KING, NEIL 


H 


014 




167,700 


110,000 





277,700 


KING, TAMARA L 


K 


019 




92,800 


90,000 





182,800 


KINGERY, SERGE & DIANE 


B 


070 


01 





150,000 





150,000 


KINGSTON, JESSE & KRISTIE 


B 


063 


02-02 


217,200 


156,800 





374,000 


KLEBES, DANA R 


D 


141 




146,300 


126,600 





272,900 


KLINGHOFFER, JUDITH A 


C 


114 




109,600 


104,500 





214,100 


KNIGHT, JAMES A 


K 


149 




69,300 


70,900 





140,200 


KNIGHT, STEVEN M 


F 


083 


06 


161,300 


115,500 





276,800 


KNOWLES JR, NORRIS E & TAMARA A 


B 


001 


02 


182,500 


125,000 





307,500 


KOFALT, JAMES & JOAN 


H 


067 


03 


458,700 


119,300 





578,000 


KOKKO, ROBERT P 


D 


095 


4 IX 


173,700 








173,700 


KOUDSI, AMER 


C 


035 


02 


259,200 


121,300 





380,500 


KRICHEVSKY/ROSEN FAM REV LV TR 


B 


064 




165,200 


151,718 





316,918 


KRICHEVSKY/ROSEN FAM REV LV TR 


B 


064 


01 





160 





160 


KRUG, PETER J 


C 


124 




186,600 


126,000 





312,600 


KUKULKA JR, JOHN E 


F 


030 


01 


91,500 


95,400 





186,900 


KURLANDER, ARON W 


B 


143 




113,800 


103,500 





217,300 


LABARRE, RAYMOND P 


B 


073 




151,500 


129,000 


250 


280,500 


LABEL ART INC 


J 


110 




525,300 


99,900 





625,200 


LABEL ART INC 


J 


111 




199,500 


76,000 





275,500 


LABEL ART INC 


J 


113 




11,200 


57,100 





68,300 


LABEL ART INC 


L 


032 







6,500 





6,500 


LABEL ART INC 


L 


038 







4,600 





4,600 


LABEL ART INC 


L 


066 




525,800 


117,500 





643,300 


LABNON REV TRUST, DAVID M 


C 


017 


01 





98,100 





98,100 


LABNON REV TRUST, DAVID M 


C 


017 


02 


43,000 


116,300 





159,300 


LABNON REV TRUST, DAVID M 


c 


017 


03 





116,400 





116,400 


LABNON REV TRUST, DAVID M 


c 


017 


05 


351,200 


116,300 





467,500 



125 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWNER 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Name 



Map 



Lot 



Unit 



Bldg Value Land Value Bxeaptiona Total Value 



LABNON WALKER REALTY TRUST 

LABRECC'JE, JAMES A & ANN K 

LACASSE, RITA A 

LACHANCE, AMY 

LACOMBB, RUBIN & BRENDA 

LACROIX, CHRISTINE A & TIMOTHY 

LADD, LAWRENCE E & RACHEL E 

LADOUCEUR, ROGER H 

LAFONTAINE, PAUL R & ELIZABETH 

LAGE, DAVID S & PATRICIA A 

LAJOIE, ROLAND 

LAMBERT, BRIAN P & LYNN R 

LAMMINEN JR, EDDIE J 

LAMMINEN JR, EDDIE J 

LAMMINEN JR, EDDIE J 

LAMMINEN, C EDITH 

LANCARIC, MARC & KAREN 

LANDIS REALTY LLC, JS 

LANE, STEPHEN A 

LANGDELL, JANE 

LANGDELL, JANE 

LANZA, MICHELLE R 

LAPONSEE, DAVID 

LAPONSEY, JANE E 

LAPCNSIE, JOHN CORAD 

LARPENTER, BRYAN 

LASS, JEFFREY N 

LAURENITIS REV TRUST, ARLENE A 

LAURENT, RICHARD J 

LAVELLB, RICHARD & LINDA 

LAWRENCE, KENNBTH E 

LAWRENCE, STEVE B 

LAWRENCE, WESLEY H 

LAWSON JR REVOCABLE TRUST, JAM 

LEACH, TIMOTHY A & HEATHER J 

LEBLANC, BRENDAN ■ & STEPHANIE 

LEBLANC, NORMAN E 

LEDGER, EDWARD M 

LEFRANCOIS, RICHARD P 

LEFRANCOIS, RICHARD P 

LEGERE, MARK W & KRISTI N 

LEMAY, ALLISEN R 

LEMIRE REAL ESTATE, JOAN ? 

LSMIRE REVOCABLE TRUST, JCAN P 

LEMIRE REVOCABLE TRUST, JOAN P 

LEMIRE REVOCABLE TRUST, JOAN P 

LEMIRE REVOCABLE TRUST, JOAN P 

LEMIRE, GEORGE D 

LEONARDI, MICHAEL J 

LEPINE, LAURIE A 

LESTRANGE REV TRUST OF 2007 

LETOURNEAU, WAYNB A 

LEUTZINGER REVOCABLE TRUST, CH 



c 


017 


04 





122,000 





122, 


A 


016 




318,800 


160,600 





479, 


D 


066 




98,800 


87,500 





: = ? 


M 


C83 




144,700 


120,600 





265, 


K 


080 




88, 6CC 


Bl,700 





170, 


D 


143 




101,300 


129,400 





230, 


B 


031 


11-01 


469,600 


184,800 





654, 


J 


C26 




176,500 


101,800 





278, 


A 


C21 


02 


186,900 


121,725 


250 


308, 


B 


021 


07 





117,000 





117, 


C 


119 




429,800 


106,700 


250 


536, 


M 


034 




218,700 


120,000 





338, 


D 


050 







2,835 





2, 


D 


C51 




151,300 


127,800 





279, 


D 


053 







15 







M 


063 




95,800 


121,200 





217, 


C 


019 




169,600 


129,200 





298, 


J 


050 




59,100 


94,900 





154, 


H 


115 




109,700 


113,800 





223, 


C 


070 




12,000 


129,230 





141, 


C 


071 




91,100 


124,866 





215, 


D 


095 


42X 


178,000 








178, 


J 


MS 




105,800 


104,500 





210, 


D 


095 


22X 


173,700 








173, 


J 


114 




127,400 


81,700 





209, 


C 


024 


02 


212,400 


136,100 





348, 


B 


022 




83,300 


132,000 





215, 


A 


002 




31,900 


135,100 





167, 


M 


079 




142,400 


131,300 





273, 


F 


052 




143,700 


95,800 





239, 


H 


053 




153,000 


169,700 





322, 


C 


090 




275,000 


139,500 





414, 


B 


05B 




200,400 


158,200 


250 


358, 


C 


135 


01 


281,700 


126,500 





408, 


K 


065 




173,700 


113,200 





286, 


P 


095 


06 


234,800 


68,200 





303, 


3 


060 




163,100 


135,100 





298, 


C 


123 




272,500 


121,800 





394, 


K 


078 




119,500 


79,000 


250 


198, 


K 


079 







8,000 





8, 


F 


093 


05 


184,400 


146,800 





331, 


B 


050 


02 


139,600 


110,700 





250, 


J 


055 




146,800 


97,500 





244, 


F 


025 




C 


2,310 





2, 


F 


063 


01 


189,600 


110,100 





299, 


J 


062 




330,500 


109,400 





439, 


J 


063 




492,600 


150,000 





642, 


D 


095 


14JC 


174,700 





250 


174, 


F 


080 




154,600 


117,600 





272, 


M 


015 




158,100 


120,000 





278, 


B 


021 


01 


234,100 


121,900 


250 


356, 


M 


096 




82,300 


81,000 





163, 


A 


008 







10,300 





10, 



126 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWNER 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Name 



Map 



Lot 



Unit 



Bldg Value Land Value Exemptions Total Value 



LEUTZINGER REVOCABLE 


rRUST, CH 


A 


009 


LEUTZINGER REVOCABLE 


rRUST, CH 


A 


032 


LEVERT, STEVEN C & DIANE E 


A 


015 


LEVESQUE DANIEL G 




J 


132 


LEVESQUE, PAUL A & ELIZABETH L 


F 


097 


LEVINE, HAROLD C 




B 


078 


LEVINS, HOLLY M 




M 


048 


LEWIS, DION A 




D 


095 


LIEBERMANN, MELISSA S 




H 


023 


LILLEY, CHRISTINA L 




C 


121 


LIMOGES, MICHAEL J 




M 


056 


LINDQUIST JR, ALFRED 


i 


B 


026 


LITCHFIELD REV TRUST, 


ALVIN G 


C 


059 


LITCHFIELD REV TRUST, 


ALVIN G 


C 


092 


LITCHFIELD REV TRUST, 


ALVIN G 


C 


093 


LITTLEFIELD, MARY J 




F 


014 


LIZOTTE, THOMAS M 




H 


029 


LOCKLIN, LLOYD E 




B 


018 


LOCKLIN, LLOYD E 




M 


041 


LORD, GARY L 




J 


107 


LORD, NICHOLAS A & JENNY A 


D 


041 


LORDEN REVOCABLE TRUST, CELIA 


C 


037 


LORDEN REVOCABLE TRUST, CELIA 


C 


052 


LORING JR, ROBERT 




F 


105 


LOVERME JR, ALEXANDER 


& KELLY 


H 


054 


LOVERME, JEANETTE F 




D 


031 


LOVETT, ALAN 




F 


006 


LUCIER, NANCY 




H 


116 


LUSHEAR, VICTOR H. 




D 


106 


LUTER, DANIEL E 




K 


002 


LYNCH, ANTHONY T 




K 


022 


MACARELLI, JOSEPH S 




F 


088 


MACCALLUM, DENNIS L 




M 


085 


MACDONALD, EDWARD D 




F 


057 


MACDONALD, SEAN S 




B 


091 


MACFARLAND, ABBY L 




F 


166 


MACKINTOSH JR, ROBERT 


C 


F 


077 


MACLELLAN CONCRETE CO 


INC, J G 


B 


154 


MACLELLAN CONCRETE CO 


INC, J G 


B 


155 


MACLELLAN CONCRETE CO 


INC, J G 


B 


156 


MACMARTIN JR, J ALEXANDER 


A 


001 


MACMARTIN JR, J ALEXANDER 


A 


080 


MACPHERSON, MARK R 




M 


086 


MAGEE, CATHERINE A 




B 


141 


MAGOFFIN, BARRY LEE 




C 


129 


MAGOFFIN, BRIAN & ANN 




C 


014 


MAGUIRE, ROBERT 




K 


116 


MAHAR, WILLIAM G 




B 


050 


MAHER, JEFFREY T 




D 


150 


MAHONEY, DAWN W 




L 


056 


MAKI, DENNIS W 




D 


064 


MAKI, MICHAEL E & 




F 


162 


MALARSKY, LAWRENCE & 


JEANINE 


B 


070 



37X 



01 



01-2 



04 



03 



03 



03 



01 



02 






6,124 





6,124 


614,500 


199,265 





813,765 


235,100 


152,700 


250 


387,800 


196,500 


113,400 





309,900 





128,900 





128,900 


161,300 


132,000 





293,300 


102,400 


115,200 





217,600 


174,600 








174,600 


165,100 


169,300 





334,400 


134,900 


114,800 





249,700 


88,600 


105,600 





194,200 


287,000 


131,600 





418,600 


219,200 


143,200 





362,400 





17,300 





17,300 





16,900 





16,900 


100,500 


109,500 





210,000 


270,300 


157,100 





427,400 


188,400 


139,200 


250 


327,600 


91,800 


120,000 





211,800 


135,300 


74,400 





209,700 


151,000 


114,300 





265,300 





926 





926 


479,600 


272,930 





752,530 


166,700 


124,800 





291,500 


271,400 


124,200 





395,600 


118,100 


129,300 





247,400 


251,100 


102,700 





353,800 


91,700 


113,300 





205,000 


28,500 


115,200 





143,700 


159,000 


96,700 





255,700 


155,900 


99,800 





255,700 


171,300 


123,000 





294,300 


145,000 


125,600 





270,600 


166,400 


104,500 





270,900 


266,400 


153,900 





420,300 


252,100 


112,200 





364,300 


140,100 


125,600 





265,700 





8,217 





8,217 





10,527 





10,527 





11,532 





11,532 


260,800 


131,482 





392,282 





1,493 





1,493 


143,800 


125,600 





269,400 


158,100 


137,400 





295,500 


162,000 


132,000 


250 


294,000 


161,100 


90,100 





251,200 


95,400 


96,300 





191,700 


181,700 


122,400 


250 


304,100 


194,900 


134,400 





329,300 


129,100 


95,000 





224,100 


100,300 


139,800 





240,100 


406,100 


272,500 





678,600 





164,500 





164,500 



127 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWNER 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Naae 



Map Lot Unit Bldg Value Land Value Exemptions Total Value 



MALCOLMSON, DAVID S 


D 


086 




374,200 


181,100 





555,300 


MALLOWS JR, ALLEN J 


L 


033 




108,200 


103,500 





211,700 


MALONEY, DEBORAH J 


C 


054 




192,600 


104,000 





296,600 


MALONEY, DEBORAH J 


c 


055 







100 





100 


MALCNEY, LEO F 


H 


043 




158,300 


118,600 





276,900 


MALONEY, PATRICIA A 


A 


039 


08X 


113,200 








113,200 


MALCNEY, ROBIN E 


B 


140 


03 


141,100 


115,500 





256,600 


MAN/NASHUA CELLULAR TELEPHONE 


F 


012 


04 


290,800 


169,500 





460,300 


MANHA REVOCABLE TRUST, SUSAN 


D 


019 


06 


314,600 


140,200 





454,800 


MANNAR INC, FRANK A 


H 


075 




168,000 


126,429 





294,429 


MANNEBERG, LEE & AMNON 


C 


021 




247,300 


137,600 





384,900 


MANNING, JOHN BRENT 


E 


012 




213,900 


106,600 





320,500 


MANSFIELD, SYLVIA L 


H 


124 


02 





116,700 





116,700 


MARDONES, LYNNE & ALANA 


H 


102 




149,400 


125,400 





274,800 


MARKAVERICH, DARRYL J 


D 


034 




153,200 


133,300 





286,500 


MARKAVERICH, DENNIS M 


D 


042 


01 


67,400 


102,415 





169,815 


MARKAVERICH, JASON P 


D 


035 




141,700 


123,000 





264,700 


MARKS, EDWARD J 


H 


089 


04 


261,300 


163,800 





425,100 


MAROIS JOINT REV TRUST 


B 


039 


03 


379,400 


120,611 





500,011 


MARTEL, BARRY R 


L 


018 




112,200 


110,300 





222,500 


MARTEL, THERESA M 


L 


035 




122,200 


82,700 





204,900 


MARTELL, DENNIS A 


E 


010 


03 


155,500 


114,456 





269,956 


MARTIN REVOCABLE TRUST, ANDREW 


H 


017 




144,200 


120,500 





264,700 


MARTIN REVOCABLE TRUST, ANDREW 


H 


019 







3,960 





3,960 


MARTIN, JAMES P 


K 


083 




127,200 


89,800 





217,000 


MARTIN, JANET B & ANDREW 


H 


018 




324,300 


154,700 





479,000 


MARTIN, JANET B & ANDREW 


H 


024 







405 





405 


MARTIN, KEVIN W 


D 


158 


05 


147,500 


113,700 





261,200 


MARTUS, MARILYN L 


F 


051 




136,800 


101,000 





237,800 


MASON, LEAH M 


D 


095 


32X 


174,200 








174,200 


MATTE, JOHN W 


K 


143 




93,300 


89,100 





182,400 


MAUGEL JR, RALPH R 


C 


115 


01 


228,400 


145,700 





374,100 


MAYHEW, STEVEN C 


H 


134 


11 


230,500 


120,000 





350,500 


MAZERALL, JOSEPH E 


B 


101 




191,800 


126,900 





318,700 


MAZZUCHELLI, JOSEPH A 


H 


103 


01 


178,700 


137,300 





316,000 


MAZZUCHELLI, RICHARD 


H 


103 


02 


318,900 


133,106 





452,006 


MCBEB, DAVID G 


D 


095 


40X 


176,600 








176,600 


MCCOLL, PETER E & DOROTHY L 


H 


117 




300,600 


116,800 





419,400 


MCCONNEY, YASUHIRO & CYNTHIA 


J 


039 




278,500 


110,400 





388,900 


MCCJRRY REV INTER VIVOS TRUST 


B 


059 




113,200 


132,700 





245,900 


MCDONALD, TRENT P 


J 


018 




266,700 


108,900 





375,600 


MCDONNELL, KATHLEEN B 


B 


042 


01 


153,400 


125,000 





278,400 


MCDONOUGH, STEVEN J 


H 


133 




54,900 


78,091 





132,991 


MCDONOUGH, STEVEN J 


H 


134 


01 


331,500 


170,624 





502,124 


MCDONOUGH, STEVEN J 


H 


134 


08 





571 





571 


MCDONOUGH, STEVEN J 


H 


134 


09 





301 





301 


MCDONOUGH, STEVEN J 


H 


134 


10 





225 





225 


MCELENEY, CHRISTOPHER J 


M 


012 


05 


242,200 


119,800 





362,000 


MCENTEE, TIMOTHY J 


B 


071 







1,862 





1,862 


MCENTEE, TIMOTHY J 


B 


072 




242,900 


92,700 





335,600 


MCGETTIGAN REV TRUST, ELEANOR 


F 


090 




99,100 


120,616 





219,716 


MCGETTIGAN REV TRUST, ELEANOR 


F 


102 


03 





831 





831 


MCGETTIGAN REV TRUST, LAURA 


F 


103 


01 


114,500 


130,400 





244,900 



128 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWNER 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Name 



Map 



Lot Unit 



Bldg Value Land Value Exemptions Total Value 



MCGETTIGAN SR, DONALD R 




F 


086 




4,400 


122,100 





126,500 


MCGETTIGAN SR, DONALD R 




K 


040 




174,700 


105,600 





280,300 


MCGETTIGAN, DALE A 




B 


028 




111,100 


140,400 





251,500 


MCGETTIGAN, DAVID M 




K 


055 




87,700 


87,500 





175,200 


MCGETTIGAN, ELEANOR J ET 


AL 


F 


100 







2,698 





2,698 


MCGETTIGAN, ELEANOR J ET 


Ah 


F 


102 


04 





18,543 





18,543 


MCGETTIGAN, JAMES J 




F 


089 




169,100 


126,449 


250 


295,549 


MCGETTIGAN, JAMES J 




F 


102 


01 





448 





448 


MCGONEGAL, W MICHAEL & DEBRA G 


B 


021 


03 


289,800 


122,600 





412,400 


MCGRADE, SHELLY A 




H 


108 


01-2 


238,300 


143,600 





381,900 


MCGRATH TRUST, PRISCILLA 


F 


K 


096 




168,100 


97,900 


15,000 


266,000 


MCINTYRE, DENNIS 




K 


012 




74,100 


89,100 





163,200 


MCISAAC, MICHAEL J 




H 


134 


06 


303,400 


134,700 


250 


438,100 


MCKAY, WILLIAM C 




C 


043 







119,100 





119,100 


MCKAY, WILLIAM C 




C 


044 




233,700 


150,100 


250 


383,800 


MCKENZIE, JACQUELINE 




B 


100 




122,700 


120,000 





242,700 


MCKEOWN TRUST, THE 




M 


022 




209,300 


110,000 


250 


319,300 


MCKINSTRY, RONALD & KAREN 


E 


C 


023 


03 


227,900 


121,200 





349,100 


MCLINN, DAVID E 




B 


140 


06 


187,400 


144,400 





331,800 


MCVICKER, STEPHEN 




C 


134 


01-5 


203,500 


118,600 





322,100 


MEAD, KEVIN B & JANINE 




H 


062 




201,000 


167,500 





368,500 


MEDLYN, EDWARD R 




D 


095 


39X 


170,300 








170,300 


MEEHAN, JEFFREY S 




K 


170 




52,900 


107,300 





160,200 


MELCHER JR REV TRUST, HAROLD P 


H 


095 




179,800 


116,749 





296,549 


MELCHER, ADAM & CHAP IN 




D 


076 




199,500 


111,100 





310,600 


MELLON, NANCY S 




H 


027 




93,500 


127,700 





221,200 


MELTZER, ALISON B 




K 


050 




171,000 


89,500 





260,500 


MERCIER JR, ARTHUR R 




D 


151 




217,100 


123,000 





340,100 


MERRILL, CHERYL 




B 


021 


04 


196,800 


127,600 





324,400 


MERRILL, JOHN A 




H 


098 




218,100 


124,800 





342,900 


MERRILL, PAUL A 




H 


025 




220,700 


118,800 





339,500 


MESERVE FAMILY REV LIV TRUST 


B 


140 


09 


180,700 


108,900 





289,600 


MIGNEAULT, EDWARD 




H 


043 


01 


161,900 


129,300 





291,200 


MILES, EMILY J 




B 


068 




169,200 


200,600 





369,800 


MILFORD AREA COMMUNICATIONS 


B 


068 


X 


2,700 








2,700 


MILFORD ELM STREET TRUST 




K 


165 




4,700 


26,000 





30,700 


MILLER, DAVID D 




A 


039 


13X 


99,900 








99,900 


MILLER, TUCKER R 




B 


001 


03 





105,200 





105,200 


MILLETT, STASIA B 




M 


091 




166,800 


142,100 





308,900 


MILLWARD, IVY 




B 


115 




125,300 


108,000 





233,300 


MINOTT, LOUISE 




F 


071 




200,400 


125,600 





326,000 


MITCHELL REV TRUST, THOMAS 


B 


030 




168,900 


112,500 





281,400 


MJWD LLC 




F 


095 


10 





610 





610 


MOCHRIE, MARION E 




F 


038 


X 


38,800 








38,800 


MOFFETT, SUZAN 




H 


042 


08 


227,500 


138,100 





365,600 


MOIR, CHRISTOPHER J 




K 


084 




160,700 


79,700 





240,400 


MONADNOCK COMMUNITY LAND ' 


rRUST 


A 


039 







770,300 





770,300 


MONADNOCK MT SPRING WATER 


INC 


F 


018 




1,000 


134,200 





135,200 


MONADNOCK MT SPRING WATER 


INC 


F 


141 







187,500 





187,500 


MONADNOCK MT SPRING WATER 


INC 


F 


142 




877,700 


763,400 





1,641,100 


MONADNOCK MT SPRING WATER 


INC 


F 


143 







143,100 





143,100 


MONTRESOR, MAUREEN A & THOMAS D 


J 


021 




154,900 


89,100 





244,000 


MOORE, ALBERT & ANNE C 




C 


146 




143,300 


110,000 





253,300 



129 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWNER 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Name 



Map 



Lot 



Unit 



Bldg Value Land Value Exemptions Total Value 



MOORE, ANNE C 


C 


145 







600 





6C0 


MOORE, CAROL M 


D 


019 


01 


156,900 


139,700 





296,600 


MOORE, MARYBETH E 


C 


035 


12 


219,800 


125,500 





345,300 


MOREAU, HENRY 


D 


083 




77,400 


108,900 


250 


186,300 


MORI ARTY, TODD M 


H 


092 




166,300 


124,700 





291,000 


MORNEAU, SCOTT L 


D 


148 




135,300 


124,800 





260,100 


MORO, JOHN J 


D 


147 




168,400 


130,000 


250 


298,400 


MORRISON, SHERRY 


K 


131 







500 





500 


MORROW, STEPHEN L 


C 


134 


01-8 


215,900 


107,100 





323, COO 


MORSE, CRAIG E 


K 


153 




115,400 


101,200 





216,600 


MORSE, DOUGLAS K 


F 


123 




185,500 


203,100 


250 


388,600 


MORSE, JONATHAN P 


L 


004 




194,100 


106,700 





300,800 


MORSE, JULIA 


F 


073 




147,400 


126,300 





273,700 


MOTZKO, JOHN F & HOLLY A 


B 


058 




109,200 


128,800 





238,000 


MUDGETT SR, STEPHEN J 


E 


029 


GX 


11,600 








11,600 


MULLETT HOUSING ASSOCIATES 


K 


174 




1,765,600 


208,800 





1,974,400 


MURI, HEINZ H 


H 


057 


12 


340,900 


174,400 





515,300 


MURPHY, SEAN C & JESSICA L 


H 


114 


02 


151,800 


121,700 





273,500 


MURRAY, PATRICIA A 


L 


008 




140,500 


111,900 





252,400 


NADEAU, DONALD R & MARIA D 


F 


048 


03 


153,300 


105,500 





258,800 


NADEAU, GARY A 


M 


074 




196,300 


120,600 





316,900 


NANGLE, KEITH E & KRISTINA L 


M 


032 




114,100 


122,500 





236,600 


NASH, JONATHAN J & KIMBERLY A 


D 


078 




73,700 


140,400 





214,100 


NATURE CONSERVANCY 


E 


008 







21,247 





21,247 


NEEL, JASON D & AMY L 


C 


120 




123,100 


124,500 





247,600 


NEEL, M PATRICIA 


C 


131 




190,800 


135,400 


250 


326,200 


NELSON, BRUCE S 


H 


107 


01 


304,200 


123,100 


250 


427,300 


NELSON, DANIEL & PAMELA 


K 


024 




100,700 


99,000 





199,700 


NELSON, DAVID A 


F 


058 




190,300 


100,500 


250 


290,800 


NELSON, DOUGLAS 


J 


047 




113,700 


101,100 





214,600 


NELSON, PAUL M 


A 


039 


14X 


118,800 








118,800 


NEVEUX, CATHERINE J 


C 


086 




147,900 


152,600 





300,500 


NEVIN, FLORENCE C 


C 


089 




236,000 


161,400 


250 


397,400 


NEW ENGLAND FORESTRY FOUNDATION 


c 


031 







10,612 





10,612 


NEW ENGLAND FORESTRY FOUNDATION 


c 


036 







3,919 





3,919 


NEW ENGLAND FORESTRY FOUNDATION 


E 


011 


03 





3,186 





3,186 


NEW ENGLAND FORESTRY FOUNDATION 


E 


016 







2,584 





2,584 


NEW ENGLAND FORESTRY FOUNDATION 


E 


020 







3,105 





3,105 


NEW ENGLAND TEL & TEL 


C 


089 


01 





65,300 





65,300 


NEW HAMPSHIRE, STATE OF 


B 


096 







22,200 





22,200 


NEW HAMPSHIRE, STATE OF 


D 


072 







138,800 





138,800 


NEW HAMPSHIRE, STATE OF 


G 


011 







578,300 





578,300 


NEW HAMPSHIRE, STATE OF 


G 


015 







16,100 





16,100 


NEW HAMPSHIRE, STATE OF 


H 


109 







171,800 





171,800 


NEW HAMPSHIRE, STATE OF 


J 


049 







5,100 





5,100 


NEW SPARTAN PROPERTIES LLC 


B 


008 




8,000 


584,000 





592,000 


NEW SPARTAN PROPERTIES LLC 


B 


009 







130,500 





130,500 


NEW SPARTAN PROPERTIES LLC 


B 


010 




8,900 


597,300 





606,200 


NEW SPARTAN PROPERTIES LLC 


B 


104 







173,100 





173,100 


NEW SPARTAN PROPERTIES LLC 


B 


105 







67,500 





67,500 


NEW SPARTAN PROPERTIES LLC 


B 


111 




32,000 


399,500 





431,500 


NEW SPARTAN PROPERTIES LLC 


F 


122 


01 





52,300 





52,300 


NEW SPARTAN PROPERTIES LLC 


F 


122 


02 





51,800 





51,800 



130 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWNER 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Name 



Map 



Lot Unit 



Bldg Value Land Value Exemptions Total Value 



NEW SPARTAN PROPERTIES LLC 

NEW SPARTAN PROPERTIES LLC 

NEW SPARTAN PROPERTIES LLC 

NEW SPARTAN PROPERTIES LLC 

NEW SPARTAN PROPERTIES LLC 

NEW SPARTAN PROPERTIES LLC 

NEW SPARTAN PROPERTIES LLC 

NEW SPARTAN PROPERTIES LLC 

NEW SPARTAN PROPERTIES LLC 

NEW SPARTAN PROPERTIES LLC 

NEW SPARTAN PROPERTIES LLC 

NEW SPARTAN PROPERTIES LLC 

NEW SPARTAN PROPERTIES LLC 

NEW SPARTAN PROPERTIES LLC 

NEW SPARTAN PROPERTIES LLC 

NEWSTED, GARY M 

NH WATER RESOURCES DIVISION 

NH WATER RESOURCES DIVISION 

NH WATER RESOURCES DIVISION 

NH WATER RESOURCES DIVISION 

NICHOLS IV, EDWARD F 

NICHOLS, ADAM A 

NICHOLS, ANN L 

NICHOLS, WAYNE & DESIREE 

NICHOLS, WAYNE & DESIREE 

NICKERSON, AARON M 

NILSSON-MULLEN, ANNELIE 

NINE MAPLE STREET REALTY TRUST 

NITA JR, ALBERT A 

NOEL, PATRICIA E 

NOFTLE REV TRUST, JANICE P 

NOLAN, JAMES H 

NORFORD, ROBERT C 

NORMAN, DAVID D 

NOURSE, DONALD R 

O'LEARY, ARTHUR F 

O'LEARY, MARGARET R 

O'NEILL, RYAN P & NORMA I 

0' TOOLE, JAMES M 

OAK LANE HOLDINGS LLC 

OBED, DIANE J 

OBERG, PETER 

OCCHIALINI, JAMES N 

OCCHIALINI, JAMES N 

OHLUND, DAWN M 

OLESEN, MARGARET A 

OLSEN, STANLEY C 

ORCHARD VIEW ASSOCIATION 

ORMISTON, JAMES LEE t KATE M 

ORZEL, DIANE 

OSGOOD, JERE 

OTHOT, STEVEN L 

OUELLETTE, PETER R & STEPHANIE 



F 


122 


03 





51,400 





51,400 


F 


122 


04 





51,400 





51,400 


F 


122 


05 





51,200 





51,200 


F 


122 


06 





51,400 





51,400 


F 


122 


07 





51,100 





51,100 


F 


122 


08 





51,700 





51,700 


F 


122 


09 





54,000 





54,000 


F 


122 


10 





51,300 





51,300 


F 


122 


11 





51,600 





51,600 


F 


122 


12 





50,000 





50,000 


F 


122 


13 





51,700 





51,700 


F 


122 


14 





51,500 





51,500 


F 


122 


15 





51,300 





51,300 


P 


122 


16 





50,200 





50,200 


F 


122 


17 





70,200 





70,200 


H 


057 


02 


220,200 


132,600 





352,800 


B 


015 







147,700 





147,700 


B 


065 







1,400 





1,400 


B 


066 







38,700 





38,700 


E 


005 







173,300 





173,300 


E 


001 




157,400 


124,300 





281,700 


A 


039 


06X 


118,000 








118,000 


C 


134 


01-6 


110,800 


113,700 





224,500 


C 


138 




114,800 


104,500 


250 


219,300 


C 


140 







39,300 





39,300 


K 


061 




107,700 


87,500 





195,200 


J 


038 


03 


79,400 








79,400 


K 


048 




172,600 


102,400 





275,000 


B 


140 


04 


258,900 


127,100 





386,000 


K 


133 




125,600 


96,300 





221,900 


B 


063 


01 


310,700 


178,000 





488,700 


M 


064 




127,100 


118,800 





245,900 


C 


108 




69,800 


98,000 





167,800 


H 


006 


01 


197,500 


131,600 





329,100 


D 


095 


12X 


175,600 








175,600 


K 


095 




124,100 


99,300 





223,400 


H 


037 




209,400 


176,200 





385,600 


H 


014 




131,800 


121,200 





253,000 


F 


151 


01 


267,000 


134,500 





401,500 


F 


170 




76,500 


264,800 





341,300 


J 


076 




139,600 


99,000 





238,600 


K 


027 




410,700 


135,300 





546,000 


A 


044 




362,700 


67,885 





430,585 


A 


045 







1,593 





1,593 


H 


058 


03 


177,200 


131,400 





308,600 


J 


115 




99,800 


81,000 





180,800 


L 


050 







56,300 





56,300 


H 


111 


13 


900 


40,000 





40,900 


A 


059 


01 


506,400 


128,662 





635,062 


F 


154 




160,600 


187,200 





347,800 


H 


113 




180,500 


148,000 





328,500 


K 


123 




97,600 


99,000 





196,600 


B 


051 




322,900 


111,900 





434,800 



131 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWNER 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Name 



Map 



Lot 



Unit 



Bldg Value Land Value Exemptions Total Value 



OWEN, CHRISTOPHER C 


C 


067 




348,400 


227,000 





575,400 


OWEN, CHRISTOPHER C 


C 


068 







158,000 





158,000 


OWENS REVOCABLE TRUST, DION 


F 


021 







256,100 





256,100 


OXMAN, ALLAN G & SUSAN B 


J 


099 




108,200 


96,900 





205,100 


PACKARD REVOCABLE TRUST 


E 


019 




281,400 


114,285 





395,685 


PAGE, LEO L 


B 


067 




202,100 


159,967 


250 


362,067 


PAGE, STEVEN P. 


H 


064 




219,100 


138,000 


250 


357,100 


PAJANEN, LINDA D 


C 


149 




13,200 


105,600 





118,800 


PALAZZO SR, GEORGE R 


D 


095 


06X 


174,800 





250 


174,800 


PAQUETTE, ROLAND P & RACHEL M 


M 


039 




87,700 


120,000 





207,700 


PAQUIN, LINDA MARIE 


J 


097 




156,100 


111,000 





267,100 


PARKER REV TRUST, JEAN L 


K 


097 


01 


104,300 


92,500 





196,800 


PARKER REVOCABLETRUST, NATALIE 


J 


123 




272,500 


109,300 





381,800 


PARKER, GRAYSON L 


B 


035 


01 


226,100 


182,012 





408,112 


PARKER, GRAYSON L 


B 


036 







46,451 





46,451 


PARKER, GRAYSON L 


J 


116 




242,900 


93,200 





336,100 


PARKER, GRAYSON L 


K 


057 




140,000 


103,500 





243,500 


PARKER, MARISA A 


M 


078 




168,500 


126,300 





294,800 


PARKER, NATALIE C 


J 


075 




266,500 


110,000 





376,500 


PARKER, ROBERT L 


D 


095 


20X 


178,500 








178,500 


PARKER, RUSH A & KIMBERLY A 


M 


081 




165,300 


123,600 





288,900 


PARKER, WILLIAM R 


C 


057 







200 





200 


PARKER, WILLIAM R 


C 


094 







94,700 





94,700 


PARKER, WILLIAM R 


c 


095 




62,400 


99,900 





162,300 


PARKER -CHR I STOU, MELISSA 


H 


118 




221,800 


121,600 





343,400 


PARO, CHERYL 


B 


097 




5,900 


115,400 





121,300 


PARO, COLETTE R 


L 


044 




74,200 


78,800 





153,000 


PARO, STEVEN D 


B 


086 




157,500 


141,400 





298,900 


PARRISH, PAUL L 


D 


095 


18X 


174,700 








174,700 


PARZIALE, CHARLES & MARIE 


B 


031 


05 


284,800 


177,700 


250 


462,500 


PARZIALE, CHARLES & MARIE 


B 


031 


13 





144,200 





144,200 


PASQUARELLA REV TRUST, M J 


A 


017 




295,500 


161,700 


250 


457,200 


PATTERSON SR, JAMES 


C 


107 




121,700 


98,000 





219,700 


PAWLOWICZ, MATTHEW £■ STEPHANIA 


H 


134 


07 


255,400 


135,813 





391,213 


PECKHAM, ALAN D 


H 


111 


04 


125,600 


107,700 





233,300 


PELKEY, DEAN M 


J 


119 




84,200 


55,000 


250 


139,200 


PELLERIN, JOAN C 


D 


074 




135,700 


138,100 


250 


273,800 


PELLERIN, KENNETH M 


J 


031 




106,400 


90,000 





196,400 


PELLERIN, LEO E 


J 


106 




104,600 


80,800 


250 


185,400 


PELLET I ER, GEORGE I 


E 


014 




285,300 


137,500 





422,800 


PEP DIRECT LLC 


B 


110 




3,393,600 


841,300 





4,234,900 


PEPLER, LORI A & MARK R 


J 


071 




155,300 


87,500 





242,800 


PEREZ, DANIEL C & JULIA 


A 


049 




363,700 


188,800 





552,500 


PERFITO, SANDRA S 


C 


134 


1-3B 


94,700 


104,500 





199,200 


PERKINS, PATRICK W 


E 


004 




163,800 


131,041 





294,841 


PETERSON, JUDITH H 


J 


110 


01 


84,900 


96,000 





180,900 


PETERSON, LEONARD J 


C 


079 




717,900 


307,500 


250 


1,025,400 


PETERSON, W W ALLEN 


H 


057 


04 


241,000 


126,000 


250 


367,000 


PFINGSTON JR, ROBERT E 


M 


088 




140,700 


128,100 





268,800 


PHILBRICK, BRENDAN J 


D 


107 


01 


129,300 


157,700 





287,000 


PHILBRICK, JEREMY 


B 


094 




171,200 


119,800 





291,000 


PHILBRICK, MARTHA A 


B 


160 




80,700 


99,800 





180,500 


PICKELL JR, ROBERT C & JAMIE 


M 


080 




158,700 


120,000 





278,700 



132 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWNER 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Name 



Map 



Lot 



Unit 



Bldg Value Land Value Exemptions Total Value 



PIETERSE, MERLE B 


C 


134 


1-3A 


87,300 


105,500 





192,800 


PINE HILL WALDORF SCHOOL 


F 


099 


01 


2,064,500 


458 


400 





2,522,900 


PINE HILL WALDORF SCHOOL 


F 


099 


02 


1,995,100 


408 


700 





2,403,800 


PINET, BARBARA A 


A 


064 




119,000 


121 


196 





240,196 


PINETTE, GARY 


M 


075 




129,400 


120 


600 





250,000 


PINKERTON, PHILLIP T 


K 


053 




164,300 


87 


500 





251,800 


PINKERTON, PHILLIP T 


K 


054 







78 


800 





78,800 


PIRKEY, PAUL 


H 


086 


01 


196,700 


172 


200 





368,900 


PITTMAN, ALEXIS 


K 


109 




120,900 


97 


900 





218,800 


PITTMAN, RUTH S 


F 


125 




105,400 


122 


065 





227,465 


PITTS, KENNETH P 


H 


007 




111,100 


117 


700 





228,800 


PLINER, SUSAN ABERNATHY 


D 


005 




272,000 


151 


300 





423,300 


POHL LIVING TRUST 


D 


019 


03 


216,800 


149 


500 





366,300 


POIROT, ROBERT K 


M 


092 




178,500 


126 


300 





304,800 


POISSON, PAUL JOSEPH 


D 


101 







52 


600 





52,600 


POISSON, PAUL JOSEPH 


D 


102 




117,900 


164 


400 





282,300 


POISSON, PAUL JOSEPH 


H 


124 


01 


148,200 


126 


300 





274,500 


POITRAS, DANIEL J 


C 


147 




177,900 


136 


800 





314,700 


POLLOCK REV TRUST, NANCY C TTE 


B 


037 




251,300 


151 


900 





403,200 


POLLOCK REVOCABLE TRUST, ROBER 


L 


021 




127,400 


98 


000 





225,400 


POLLOCK, DAVID R 


K 


042 




123,300 


100 


400 





223,700 


POLLOCK, JEAN B 


D 


137 




132,000 


185 


400 


250 


317,400 


POLONSKY, CHRISTINE F 


H 


089 


07 


216,700 


138 


300 





355,000 


POLSON, WILLIAM R 


M 


084 




154,000 


120 


600 





274,600 


POPEK, EDWARD A 


H 


042 


01 


180,900 


128 


400 


250 


309,300 


POPORES, GREGORY S 


F 


056 




141,200 


99 


800 





241,000 


PORTNOY, WILLIAM E 


D 


061 




302,300 


134 


400 





436,700 


POTTER, DAVID M 


H 


012 




180,200 


208 


100 


250 


388,300 


POTTER, JOHN R 


J 


121 




189,600 


89 


100 





278,700 


POWERS, DAVID 


H 


111 


09 


121,100 


115 


100 





236,200 


PRATT, JEANNE M 


B 


031 


11-02 


253,100 


173 


100 





426,200 


PRATT, MARGARET M 


F 


083 


03 


326,000 


115 


500 





441,500 


PRATT, ROBERT L 


F 


151 




217,300 


132 


100 





349,400 


PREJSNAR REV TRUST 9/23/96, JT 


B 


077 




189,700 


132 


000 


250 


321,700 


PRESTON, CATHERINE C 


J 


090 


01-A 


56,200 


88 


000 





144,200 


PRESTON, HOWARD A 


A 


029 




140,700 


135 


697 





276,397 


PRICE, JACKIE 


H 


010 




147,300 


115 


500 





262,800 


PRIES REV TRUST, HEATHER M 


B 


034 




160,200 


131 


988 





292,188 


PROCTOR AGENCY 


J 


060 


01 


173,200 


97 


500 





270,700 


PROCTOR REV TRUST, DIANA L 


C 


102 







182 


300 





182,300 


PROCTOR, JAMES M 


D 


152 




228,200 


131 


300 





359,500 


PROCTOR, STEPHEN G 


B 


084 







15 


800 





15,800 


PROCTOR, STEPHEN G 


J 


108 




140,700 


85 


100 





225,800 


PROCTOR, SUSAN 


J 


040 




149,300 


99 


000 





248,300 


PROSSER, ROBERT C 


D 


095 


26X 


178,400 





250 


178,400 


PROVOST TRUSTS, PIERRE I V&LURA 


B 


014 







9,644 





9,644 


PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NH 


D 


097 
















PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NH 


L 


049 
















PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NH 


L 


04 9A 




3,034,900 








3,034,900 


PUCCIARELLO, THOMAS R 


B 


021 


05 





101,400 





101,400 


PUCCIARELLO, THOMAS R 


B 


021 


06 


561,800 


158,200 





720,000 


PUCCIARELLO, THOMAS R 


B 


021 


08 





94,600 





94,600 


PUTNAM'S STORE 


J 


053 




56,600 


92 


300 





148,900 



133 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWNER 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Name 



Map 



Lot Unit 



Bldg Value Land Value Exemptions Total Value 



PUTNAM, BENJAMIN J & ANN 


K 


004 




124,200 


96,700 





220,900 


PUTNAM, DANIEL A & ROBYN L 


L 


067 




103,300 


76,100 





179,400 


PUTNAM, PAUL K 


C 


019 


01 


158,600 


132,500 





291,200 


PUTNAM, SUSAN J 


F 


015 




112,200 


95,000 





207,200 


QUAGLIA, PATRICIA A 


B 


048 


03 


158,100 


111,900 





270,000 


QUINN BROTHERS CORP 


B 


005 







88,200 





88,200 


QUINN BROTHERS CORP 


F 


173 







687,400 





687,400 


QUINN REV TRUST, BRIAN JOSEPH 


B 


140 


01 


145,400 


119,700 





265,100 


QUINN TRUST, V ELLA TUTTLE 


F 


054 




106,800 


102,900 





209,700 


QUINN, THOMAS M 


C 


099 


01 





88,800 





88,800 


QUINN, THOMAS M 


C 


099 


02 





86,400 





86,400 


R & B REALTY TRUST 


M 


007 







96,000 





96,000 


RADA, LILIA 


P 


032 


01 


138,400 


91,000 





229,400 


RADER REAL ESTATE TRUST 


G 


001 







6,626 





6,626 


RADZIEWICZ, THERESA R 


H 


057 


11 


441,000 


166,800 





607,800 


RAFFERTY, CAROL E 


L 


060 




68,300 


90,000 





158,300 


RAFTER, BRUCE T 


H 


039 




135,400 


121,200 


250 


256,600 


RAHRBACH, DALE R 


B 


107 




72,400 


135,000 





207,400 


RAMSELL, RICHARD C & JENNIFER 


C 


099 


03 


273,900 


107,000 





380,900 


RANKIN, DON P 


H 


042 


12 


194,200 


137,500 


250 


331,700 


RANTALA, TOMI M & TRACY R 


H 


057 


10 


231,300 


196,200 





427,500 


RANTAMAKI, RICHARD A 


J 


079 




176,100 


120,000 





296,100 


RASMUSSEN, JANE 


B 


046 


01 


212,500 


139,800 


15,250 


352,300 


RAYMOND, GARY W 


E 


010 


01 


277,500 


115,000 





392,500 


RAYMOND, GARY W 


E 


010 


02 


342,400 


123,800 





466,200 


REEVES III, ANCEL W & DENISE M 


D 


095 


17X 


173,700 








173,700 


REGIONAL URBAN DEVELOPMENT 


F 


063 




141,100 


110,000 





251,100 


REGIONAL URBAN DEVELOPMENT 


F 


065 




83,700 


94,500 





178,200 


REGIONAL URBAN DEVELOPMENT 


F 


066 




219,800 


115,600 





335,400 


REGIONAL URBAN DEVELOPMENT 


H 


055 




203,800 


157,800 





361,600 


REGIONAL URBAN DEVELOPMENT 


J 


070 




379,000 


115,600 





494,600 


REGIONAL URBAN DEVELOPMENT 


J 


080 




173,500 


108,000 





281,500 


REID, CURTIS W 


B 


031 


03-01 


306,200 


181,300 





487,500 


RENNIE JR, ROBERT G 


F 


042 


02 


161,900 


95,000 





256,900 


RENWICK, HUGH B 


H 


104 




269,800 


139,200 





409,000 


REYNOLDS FAMILY REV TRUST AGMT 


K 


069 




142,200 


100,700 





242,900 


REYNOLDS, NATHAN D 


C 


005 




207,600 


124,100 





331,700 


RICHARD, MARK E 


K 


124 




114,900 


103,100 





218,000 


RICHARDS JR., FRANCIS A 


B 


120 




21,600 


104,000 


250 


125,600 


RIVARD, RAYMOND & JACKIE 


H 


086 


02 


11,400 


118,200 





129,600 


ROBBINS REV TRUST, HELENE G 


C 


074 




829,600 


298,100 





1,127,700 


ROBBINS, DONALD 


B 


108 




90,800 


125,000 





215,800 


ROBERGE, JOSEPH & NANCY 


C 


137 




144,400 


111,000 





255,400 


ROBERGE, RAYMOND J 


C 


060 




296,400 


213,900 





510,300 


ROBERTS IRREVOCABLE TRUST, DOR 


F 


083 




155,400 


131,500 





286,900 


ROBICHAUD, JEAN GUY 


H 


099 




141,300 


129,600 





270,900 


ROCCA, KENNETH P 


B 


159 




242,700 


114,800 





357,500 


ROCHE, DEBRA S 


B 


089 




255,100 


139,700 





394,800 


ROCKWELL, STEPHANIE 


K 


041 







60,000 





60,000 


ROCKWELL, STEPHANIE 


K 


043 




276,800 


103,000 





379,800 


ROCKWOOD, JANE E 


H 


108 




298,800 


148,900 





447,700 


RODGERS, SUSAN I 


F 


046 




111,900 


98,000 





209,900 


ROEDEL COMPANIES LLC 


K 


168 




2,250,900 


286,100 





2,537,000 



134 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWNER 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Name 



Map 



Lot 



Unit 



Bldg Value Land Value Exemptions Total Value 



ROEDEL PARTNERS OF WILTON LLC 


C 


128 


03 


40,900 


277,300 





318,200 


ROEDEL, DEBORAH 


A 


074 




390,800 


174 


600 





565,400 


ROEDEL, KATHARINE L 


A 


076 




919,400 


212 


028 





1,131,428 


ROLKE, STUART A 


D 


114 




133,700 


103 


100 





236,800 


ROLLINS, FORREST C & DONNA L 


H 


111 


02 


146,100 


126 


000 





272,100 


ROPER JR, MARTIN J 


D 


129 




616,900 


166 


700 


C 


783,600 


ROSS, DANIEL L & JOAN W 


D 


128 




339,000 


171 


300 





510,300 


ROSS, STEPHEN P & MARY L 


C 


023 


05 


258,200 


121 


400 





379,600 


ROSSI, LOUIS R 


F 


153 




168,500 


162 


100 





330,600 


ROSSIGNOL, KIMBERLY 


M 


050 




101,900 


120 


000 





221,900 


ROSSWAAG, CAROL A 


F 


048 


01 


152,700 


106 


400 





259,100 


ROTHWELL, JANET H 


H 


001 


02 


177,100 


183 


300 





360,400 


ROUGEUX, FRANCIS E 


B 


070 


03 





183 


400 





183,400 


ROWE, DAMIAN C & PATRICIA M 


H 


089 


02 


300,400 


149 


600 





450,000 


ROY, CHRISTINE L 


B 


024 







104 


700 





104,700 


ROY, DAVID P 


K 


129 




95,500 


99 


000 





194,500 


ROY, RICHARD 


K 


172B 




28,600 


34 


100 





62,700 


RUGGIERO, LORRAINE L 


B 


140 


02 


206,400 


119 


700 





326,100 


RUOTOLO, MICHAEL 


M 


019 




130,900 


117 


600 





248,500 


RUPERT, DOUGLAS A 


B 


031 


06 


285,600 


185 


300 





470,900 


RUSE, JEANNE 


H 


121 


01 


247,200 


118 


500 





365,700 


RYAN, JANE F 


D 


095 


13X 


174,200 










174,200 


RYAN, THOMAS E 


H 


006 




98,300 


114 


700 


250 


213,000 


RYSNIK, JOHN M 


H 


073 




108,900 


148 


800 





257,700 


S & G REALTY TRUST 


D 


106 


01 





117 


600 





117,600 


S & G REALTY TRUST 


D 


106 


02 





112 


500 





112,500 


S & G REALTY TRUST 


D 


107 


02 





108 


200 





108,200 


S & S REALTY INC 


C 


083 







1 


915 





1,915 


SADOWSKI, EDMUND J 


M 


044 




103,100 


115 


200 





218,300 


SALER, JULES 


E 


037 




101,600 


154 


400 





256,000 


SALISBURY, CYNTHIA J 


K 


106 




108,800 


87 


500 





196,300 


SALISBURY, ETHAN ALLEN 


K 


178 




91,800 


97 


900 





189,700 


SALISBURY, PETER D 


F 


050 




114,700 


106 


600 





221,300 


SAMSON, RALPH L 


M 


077 




139,100 


123 


800 





262,900 


SAMUELS, WILLIAM R 


M 


057 




105,700 


110 


000 





215,700 


SANBORN, CHRISTOPHER W 


A 


070 




128,500 


134 


000 





262,500 


SANCRANTI JR, DENISE & CHARLES 


M 


006 




229,800 


123 


800 





353,600 


SANDERS REV TRUST 5/7/02, J 


A 


031 


01 


559,900 


161 


660 





721,560 


SANDERS, PENELOPE 


F 


168 




74,100 


94 


400 





168,500 


SANDERS, RODNEY A 


F 


009 




82,800 


101 


000 





183,800 


SANDERS, RODNEY A 


F 


010 




228,900 


98 


000 





326,900 


SANDERS, RODNEY A 


F 


167 




846,300 


312 


600 





1,158,900 


SANDERS, RODNEY A 


F 


169 




263,200 


125 


600 





388,800 


SANTERRE, ELMER A 


J 


044 




114,600 


92 


300 


250 


206,900 


SARGAVAKIAN, CAROLANNE 


H 


034 




300,200 


131 


300 


250 


431,500 


SARGENT REV TRUST, KENNETH 


H 


032 




153,300 


192 


600 


250 


345,900 


SARGENT, DONALD L 


H 


091 




209,700 


135 


000 





344,700 


SARGENT, JONATHAN N 


H 


030 




111,200 


131 


300 





242,500 


SAVAGE JR, HARLAND H 


A 


026 




83,400 


117 


600 





201,000 


SAVAGE SR, HARLAND H 


A 


027 




129,100 


113 


460 


250 


242,560 


SAWERS, JOHN 


D 


149 




141,200 


123 


600 





264,800 


SBONA, GERALD E & ANDREA J 


H 


042 


23 


177,300 


126 


000 





303,300 


SCALES, JENNIFER J 


H 


002 


05 


240,900 


150 


400 





391,300 



135 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWNER 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Naae 



Map 



Lot 



Unit 



Bldg Value Land Value Exemptions Total Value 



SCHASTNY, carol:;."! 
SCHMIDT SR, DAVID M 
SCHNARB, CURTIS G & LINDA J 
SCHNBEMAN, CAROL IKS 
SCHULTZ, C STANLEY 
KHUN THOMAS C 
SCHWAB, LAWRENCE fc KRISTIN 
BCBUB, RICHARD E E RBBECCA L 
SCHWAB, RICHARD B fi RBBECCA L 
SCHWAB, RICHARD B & RBBECCA L 
BCBMKB, DAVID H. 

soman davit w. 
nmn t 

SCRIPTBR, JOHN A 
SBCOND EENTLEY REALTY TRUST 
SBCOND CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH 
SSETON JR. LELAND W 
SEKANINA, STEVEN M 

WM DEVELOPMENT LLC 

■nan development llc 

SENATOR DEVELOPMENT LLC 
SENATOR DEVELOPMENT LLC 
SENATOR DEVELOPMENT LLC 
SEWASKY, BRIAN A 
UMBIiTM. F GARRETT 
SHANKLIN, F GARRETT 
SKANKLIN, TOM D 
SHANKLIN, NORMAN D 
SKANKLIN, IBM C 
SHARKEY FAMILY T : 
SHARKEY RBV TRUST, RICHARD L 
SHARKEY RBV TRUST, RICHARD L 

sunoci Ronu i melissa 

SHEA, JOHN F 

SHEA, SAMUEL 

SHELLEY, BRIAN K & LORETTE 

SHEPARDSCN, JOHN 

SHEPPARD, RICHARD C 

sks=e"':j :. :-::• ■ :::. : 

SHIELDS, GERALD W & BONNIE E 
SHOEMAKER LAND ASSOC LLC 
.-.:<ER LAND ASSOC LLC 
SICARD, PAUL 3 i 
SIENKIEWICZ, DONALD H & KATJI 
SILVA, GLENN A & JENNIFER R 

-.. JOHN A & NANCY A 
Sim, CARLO A & ANNE W 

simoni, carlo a i anne w 
singer, scott & heather 

::: john 
skelly rev trust, jf jr i ba 
slocome real estate holding co 
slowik, donald j 



c 


045 




J 


014 




L 


015 




c 


346 




M 


012 


01 


B 


127 


01 


F 


149 


02 


F 


147 




F 


149 


01 


F 


149 


01 


H 


110 


02 


1 


110 


03 


? 


118 




D 


095 


24X 


H 


127 




J 


017 




J 


128 




B 


031 


11-03 


F 


095 


12 


F 


098 


CI 


F 


098 


02 


P 


129 




- 


054 


:? 


K 


112 




F 


109 




F 


113 




P 


117 




P 


117 


Cl 


P 


119 




F 






P 


C23 




P 


C24 




H 


C80 




B 


C54 




K 


121 




P 


032 


:: 


B 


080 




M 


024 




H 


081 




C 


088 


01 


F 


093 


01 


P 


093 


03 


p 


D23 


01 


K 


066 




B 


062 




F 


076 




H 


056 




H 


089 


03 


C 


023 


06 


L 


:24 




L 


023 




F 


161 




B 


031 


03 



33,100 

139,400 

84,200 

187,300 

172,800 

178,300 

178,300 





181,900 

398,200 



161,300 

173,700 

508,700 

491,000 

185,900 

164,800 



274,900 



300 

34,000 

176,000 





680,400 

C 





227,700 



50,200 

307,000 

142,500 

142,600 

149,200 

201,200 



260,400 





172,600 

118,600 

292,500 

177,800 



376,500 

261,400 

136,100 

228,500 

14,600 

274,903 



135,040 
98,000 
117,800 
172,900 
115,200 
126,100 
127,500 
201 

1,220 
134,915 
166,172 
107,913 
111,900 

170.879 
106,800 
100,900 
138,800 

1,082 
121,738 

1,080 

1,821 

13,988 

108,900 

7,732 

395 

163,042 

161 

84 

9,398 
118,477 

2,138 
135,740 
133,700 
107,800 
90,500 
117,700 
125,600 

2,795 
149,700 
99,374 
106,300 
111,600 
123,430 
127,500 

us ::: 

2,048 
190,300 
121,000 
115,600 
133,300 
126,300 
214,704 






168,140 


250 


237,400 





202,000 





360,200 





268,000 





304,400 





305,800 





Ml 





1,220 





316,815 





564,372 





107,913 





273,200 





173,700 





679,579 





597,800 





286,800 





323,600 





1,082 





396,638 





1,080 





2,121 





47,988 





284, 9C0 





7,732 





395 





843,442 





168 





84 





9,396 





346,177 





2,138 





185,940 





440,700 





250,300 





233,100 





266,900 


250 


326,800 





2,795 










99,374 





106,300 





284,200 





242,000 





420,000 





302,800 





2,048 





566,800 





382,400 


c 


251,700 


: 


361,800 


: 


140,900 





489,604 



136 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWNER 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Name 



Map 



Lot 



Unit 



Bldg Value Land Value Exemptions Total Value 



SMART, DANIEL R 
SMITH, FREDERICK 
SMITH, HARRY R 
SMITH, KENNETH & SHARI 
SMITH, KENNETH R 
SMITH, RICHARD A & MARY ELLEN 
SMITH, ROTH A 
SMITH, RUTH A 
SMITH, SAMSON 
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SOODAK, WILLIAM & VICTORIA 
SOPHIA WAY REALTY LLC 
SOUHEGAN WOOD PRODUCTS 
SOUHEGAN WOOD PRODUCTS 
SOVEREIGN BANK, S-BNK WILTON-L 
SOVEREIGN BANK, S-BNK WILTON-L 
SPEAR JR, ROBERT E 
SPIEGEL, RONALD H 
SPITTEL, ROBERT M 
SPITTEL, ROBERT M 
ST CLAIR, DOUGLAS W 
ST CLAIR, MICHAEL R 
ST CYR, MARK R 
STACKPOLE, JOEL F 
STAGNO, LINDA 
STAITI, JACQUELINE 
STAPLEFELD, ERIC S 
STARKWEATHER, TIMOTHY 
STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 
STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 
STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 
STEALY, TIMOTHY 



E 


029X 


10,500 








10,500 


K 


045 


88,200 


97,900 





186,100 


C 


096 


142,800 


148,800 





291,600 


F 


042 01 


193,500 


104,600 





298,100 


H 


050 01 


136,700 


167,500 





304,200 


A 


038 


89,700 


173,600 


250 


263,300 


D 


009 


186,000 


133,600 





319,600 


D 


046 





68,000 





68,000 


H 


022 


66,400 


117,600 





184,000 


A 


006 





3,914 





3,914 


E 


009 





2,660 





2,660 


E 


038 





3,879 





3,879 


E 


039 





5,216 





5,216 


E 


040 





1,713 





1,713 


E 


043 





512 





512 


E 


046 





2,097 





2,097 


F 


156 





5,868 





5,868 


G 


002 





731 





731 


G 


007 





34 





34 


G 


008 





92 





92 


G 


009 


167,800 


127,875 





295,675 


G 


016 





2,406 





2,406 


G 


019 





2,685 





2,685 


G 


020 





900 





900 


G 


032 





153 





153 


G 


038 





594 





594 


G 


040 





4,214 





4,214 


G 


041 





2,606 





2,606 


G 


042 





317 





317 


G 


043 





3,827 





3,827 


H 


083 05 





6,940 





6,940 


L 


045 


76,300 


81,000 





157,300 


H 


054 06 


258,800 


119,800 





378,600 


K 


167 


33,800 


55,600 





89,400 


K 


169 


361,000 


117,700 





478,700 


J 


056 


336,000 


97,500 





433,500 


J 


057 


484,800 


96,200 





581,000 


B 


047 


126,200 


115,500 





241,700 


C 


062 


284,100 


211,500 





495,600 


C 


047 


230,000 


139,700 





369,700 


D 


006 





100 





100 


A 


067 


44,500 


124,446 


250 


168,946 


A 


067 01 





45,649 





45,649 


J 


028 


195,600 


113,900 





309,500 


D 


158 04 


137,100 


115,500 





252,600 


D 


036 


118,900 


117,600 





236,500 


E 


014 01 


256,000 


126,500 





382,500 


J 


037 


174,300 


96,300 





270,600 


K 


007 


31,600 


100,500 


250 


132,100 


G 


014 





9,300 





9,300 


G 


018 





2,300 





2,300 


L 


046 





72,000 





72,000 


C 


012 


127,100 


102,400 





229,500 



137 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWNER 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Name 



Map Lot Unit Bldg Value Land Value Exemptions Total Value 



STEARNS REV TRUST 6/18/03 


F 


068 




75,200 


142,400 


30,250 


217,600 


STEARNS, JAMES W 


B 


045 




143,800 


120,500 





264,300 


STEIN REVOCABLE TRUST, RANDI A 


E 


042 




376,100 


120,450 





496,550 


STEINBERG, JOSEPH S 


A 


069 




291,000 


139,000 





430,000 


STEINMARK, JAMES E 


C 


015 




219,000 


117,400 





336,400 


STEPNEY, NICHOLAS D 


F 


030 


02 


113,200 


95,100 





208,300 


STEVENS, JERE N 


B 


023 


02 


180,600 


135,300 





315,900 


STEVENS, MARK A 


D 


082 


04 


122,000 


125,000 





247,000 


STICKNEY, KENNETH C 


B 


042 




157,100 


128,100 


250 


285,200 


STILWELL, DAVID W & ELEANOR I 


K 


011 




97,800 


90,300 





188,100 


STITHAM, ZACHARY 


M 


012 


08 


308,400 


135,900 





444,300 


STONE IRREV TRUST, RF & EM 


M 


008 




162,000 


121,200 





283,200 


STONE REVOCABLE TRUST, LYNNE R 


K 


035 




143,800 


98,700 





242,500 


STRAW, MATTHEW F 


D 


158 


08 


165,000 


119,900 





284,900 


STREETER, ELIZABETH J 


J 


020 




108,200 


92,500 





200,700 


STUTSRIM, PAUL R & DIANE C 


D 


127 




340,000 


151,100 





491,100 


STUTZMAN, JEFFREY L 


B 


031 


09 


207,200 


146,500 





353,700 


SUKHAREV, ALEXIS 


H 


123 




736,800 


128,504 





865,304 


SULLIVAN ET AL 


D 


ooe 







1,126 





1,126 


SULLIVAN ET AL 


D 


010 







22 





22 


SULLIVAN ET AL 


D 


138 







1,134 


o . 


1,134 


SULLIVAN ET AL 


D 


139 







846 





846 


SULLIVAN ET AL 


D 


140 


01 





5,432 





5,432 


SULLIVAN REV TRUST, PETER C 


D 


140 


02 


203,500 


235,700 





439,200 


SULLIVAN, BRIAN L 


C 


111 




199,500 


102,500 





302,000 


SULLIVAN, GREGORY M 


L 


C26 




157,400 


106,700 





264,100 


SULLIVAN, JOSEPH B 


H 


067 


04 


456,800 


145,587 





602,387 


SULLIVAN, JOSEPH B 


H 


067 


05 





733 





733 


SUMA REALTY TRUST 


K 


171 




157,800 


98,500 





256,300 


SWATKO, MICHAEL A 


C 


088 


02 


214,800 


151,700 





366,500 


SWEENEY, JOHN F 


B 


031 


12 


344,700 


166,100 





510,800 


SWEENEY, PAUL M 


D 


123 




152,300 


120,000 





272,300 


SWEEZY, PAUL & ALAN 


D 


011 







206 





206 


SWEEZY, PAUL & ALAN 


D 


014 







5,349 





5,349 


SWEEZY, PAUL & ALAN 


D 


043 







3,000 





3,000 


SWEEZY, PAUL & ALAN 


D 


142 




425,500 


155,584 





581,084 


SWISHER, RONALD G 


H 


131 




126,600 


121,500 


250 


248,100 


SZEWCZYK, TODD 


H 


002 


01 


215,500 


141,800 





357,300 


TAKAHASHI, YOKO 


A 


047 


02 


366,200 


126,472 





492,672 


TALBOTT, MICHAEL W & BELYNDA B 


B 


140 


10 


258,700 


155,800 





414,500 


TALISMAN PROPERTIES WILTON TR 


F 


012 


02 





383,500 





383,500 


TALISMAN PROPERTIES WILTON TR 


F 


012 


03 





6,697 





6,697 


TALLARICO LIVING TRUST 


G 


033 







806 





806 


TALLARICO LIVING TRUST 


G 


034 




68,000 


123,600 





191,600 


TALLARICO, JOHN K 


G 


035 


01 


125,100 


127,708 





252,808 


TALLARICO, LESLIE 


G 


031 




14,400 


116,619 





131,019 


TALLARICO, LESLIE 


G 


035 




281,900 


131,190 


250 


413,090 


TALLARICO, LESLIE 


G 


035 


02 





348 





348 


TARBOX, LISA K 


B 


076 




131,200 


103,500 





234,700 


TAYLOR, CHRISTINE M 


H 


033 




113,500 


131,300 





244,800 


TAYLOR, DON 


A 


058 


06 





4,125 





4,125 


TAYLOR, DON 


A 


061 







1,488 





1,488 


TAYLOR, DON 


A 


068 







3,999 





3,999 



138 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWNER 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Name 



Map 



Lot Unit 



Bldg Value Land Value Exemptions Total Value 



TAYLOR, DON 


C 


029 







4,018 





4,018 


TAYLOR, DON 


C 


032 







1,503 





1,503 


TAYLOR, JESSICA C 


H 


111 


10 


126,900 


114,200 





241,100 


TEMPLE ROAD CONDO ASSOCIATION 


C 


134 


3 + 4 














TESTA REV TRUST, CORINNE F 


M 


040 




103,500 


120,000 


250 


223,500 


TESTA REV TRUST, CORINNE F 


M 


045 







62,700 


C 


62,700 


TESTA, DIANE R 


M 


061 




153,200 


121,200 





274,400 


TETREAULT, ROLAND R 


J 


093 




144,900 


96,500 


250 


241,400 


THERIAULT IRREV TRUST, A J 


J 


012 




119,800 


99,000 





218,800 


THIBAULT, MARK P 


M 


012 


02 


189,300 


113,600 





302,900 


THIBAULT, VANCE ARTHUR 


H 


029 


03 


156,200 


131,300 





287,500 


THOMAS, HEIDI A 


D 


095 


38X 


178,600 








178,600 


THOMPSON JR REVOCABLE TRUST, L 


H 


072 




488,300 


163,200 





651,500 


THOMPSON, ARCHIE 


D 


023 







16,700 





16,700 


THOMPSON, ARCHIE 


D 


024 




114,400 


100,500 





214,900 


THOMPSON, CHRISTOPHER D 


B 


082 




44,600 


101,000 





145,600 


THOMPSON, MARK W 


A 


058 


05 


162,300 


127,332 





289,632 


THOMPSON, RICHARD F 


D 


019 


04 


233,100 


140,200 





373,300 


THOMPSON, SCOTT A 


D 


025 




130,600 


128,400 





259,000 


THOMPSON, TERRI LEE 


P 


061 




12,900 


87,500 





100,400 


THUNBERG, ANNA 


B 


138 




99,500 


101,800 





201,300 


TIEDEMANN, CHRISTINE 


B 


025 




115,000 


125,100 





240,100 


TIERNEY JR., DAVID B 


M 


055 




106,600 


121,200 


250 


227,800 


TIGHE, JOHN F 


K 


074 




86,500 


88,000 





174,500 


TIGHE, MARTHA R 


K 


075 




110,900 


92,500 





203,400 


TORELLI JR, LOUIS V & BRENDENA M 


J 


072 




229,200 


99,000 





328,200 


TORRE, JOSEPH F 


A 


004 


01 


190,200 


126,000 


250 


316,200 


TORRE, JOSEPH F 


A 


005 







123,200 





123,200 


TOTH, ROBERT 


D 


095 


09X 


175,400 








175,400 


TOWNSEND JR, C JOHN 


D 


095 


29X 


178,500 








178,500 


TOWNSEND, GREGORY S 


B 


031 


10 


353,900 


230,600 





584,500 


TOWNSEND, PATRICIA A 


D 


019 


05 


176,300 


142,300 





318,600 


TRAVIS, STEPHEN E 


D 


063 




170,600 


125,400 





296,000 


TRAVIS -GOODWIN, MELISSA 


H 


001 


01 


298,500 


196,000 





494,500 


TREMBLAY, RANDAL P 


H 


107 


04 


213,200 


152,700 





365,900 


TROW, DONNA L 


D 


052 




122,700 


127,600 





250,300 


TUCKER, PETER M 


D 


038 




74,000 


114,000 





188,000 


TUOMALA, PHILIP E & DAWN B 


A 


071 


01 


177,500 


131,663 





309,163 


TUOMALA, PHILIP E & DAWN B 


K 


172A 




97,500 


70,500 





168,000 


TUTHILL JR, ARTHUR B 


H 


093 




144,600 


136,300 





280,900 


TUTHILL, KEITH A 5c LESLIE J 


C 


016 




225,400 


98,200 





323,600 


TUTTLE TRUST, EDNA L 


F 


007 







87,200 





87,200 


TUTTLE TRUST, EDNA L 


F 


008 




106,500 


103,500 





210,000 


TUTTLE, CECELIA M 


B 


012 


X 


21,200 








21,200 


TUTTLE, JAMES A 


G 


006 







2,940 





2,940 


TUTTLE, JAMES A 


M 


030 




205,300 


120,000 





325,300 


TUTTLE, JOANNE S 


J 


066 




6,700 


54,900 





61,600 


TUTTLE, LEROY V 


E 


018 







99,400 





99,400 


TUTTLE, LEROY V 


F 


016 







111,700 





111,700 


TUTTLE, LEROY V 


F 


019 




125,000 


261,500 


250 


386,500 


TUTTLE, WILLIAM A & VIRGINIA 


F 


053 




105,500 


95,000 





200,500 


TWOEAGLES, DANIEL 


B 


052 




297,500 


127,400 


250 


424,900 


TYLER, JAMES K 


K 


164 




79,800 


55,000 





134,800 



139 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWNER 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Name 



Hap 



Lot Unit 



Bldg Value Land Value Exemptions Total Value 



TYLER, JAMES K 


K 


163 




171,400 


69,700 





241,100 


TYLER, WALLACE S 


C 


091 




145,600 


126,500 





272,100 


UMENHOFER, MARK R 


D 


115 




140,900 


104,500 


250 


245,400 


UNKNOWN 


B 


161 







7,400 





7,400 


USSELMAN, LUANN 


H 


125 




128,000 


126,000 





254,000 


USSERY, JOSEPH E 


K 


098 




76,300 


91,500 





167,800 


USURIELLO, CHARLES A 


B 


043 




94,900 


121,800 


500 


216,700 


VADIUM REALTY CORP. 


E 


027 







116,300 





116,300 


VALIN, DAVID J 


H 


111 


08 


259,800 


117,500 





377,300 


VALLEY, MICHELLE A 


G 


010 




169,200 


116,300 





285,500 


VALLIER, MARCIA L 


D 


057 




146,500 


136,300 





282,800 


VAN KANAN, MICHAEL & IRENE 


A 


037 







167,700 





167,700 


VANBLARIGAN JR, PAUL 


J 


006 




120,000 


102,200 





222,200 


VANDENBURGH, DOUGLAS W 


A 


047 


03 


458,200 


128,232 





586,432 


VANDER-HEYDEN, SCOTT A 


F 


093 


06 


208,600 


151,700 





360,300 


VANDERHEYDEN, SHIRLEY 


F 


083 


01 


134,500 


168,100 





302,600 


VANDERSPURT, CHERYL 


B 


150 




129,800 


115,400 





245,200 


VANDERWOUDE, KEVIN D 


J 


003 




109,800 


105,600 





215,400 


VANDYKE, ROBERT B 


G 


012 







324 





324 


VANDYKE, ROBERT B 


G 


013 







4,756 





4,756 


VANETTI, EDWARD 


H 


029 


08 


126,600 


137,600 


' 


264,200 


VANETTI, KIMBERLY 


K 


013 




149,700 


99,000 





248,700 


VANWINKLE, GERALD A 


M 


093 




174,100 


123,800 


250 


297,900 


VARGISH, ALICE E 


J 


087 




196,500 


95,000 





291,500 


VARGISH, ALICE E 


J 


141 




300 


23,800 





24,100 


VARNEY, CURTIS 


L 


041 




120,900 


83,300 





204,200 


VENABLE REALTY TRUST 


F 


121 


02 


214,600 


135,800 





350,400 


VERGO, MATTHEW T 


A 


039 


10X 


96,000 








96,000 


VICKERS-KILGORE, JILL M 


K 


087 




89,900 


89,000 





178,900 


VINCENT REV TRUST, JEAN E 


C 


144 




89,400 


101,800 


250 


191,200 


VINTON JR REV TRUST, HOWARD S 


H 


132 




178,200 


132,627 


250 


310,827 


VISCO, MARGARET M 


M 


070 




152,200 


116,400 





268,600 


VITALI, CHARLES H & RANDEE A 


F 


062 




111,200 


92,500 





203,700 


VOLZ, BRADFORD & AMELIA M 


A 


014 




349,300 


138,856 





488,156 


WADLEIGH FAMILY REVOCABLE TR 


H 


087 


01 


148,900 


144,000 





292,900 


WADLEIGH, BRUCE E 


M 


043 




98,100 


120,000 





218,100 


WADLEIGH, MICHAEL R & JO 


K 


071 




206,700 


101,800 





308,500 


WAGNER, CHARLES W & THERESE S 


D 


045 




249,900 


141,700 


250 


391,600 


WALDO, DEBORAH W 


D 


125 




275,000 


156,365 





431,365 


WALKER, CARL D 


H 


107 


02 


268,700 


154,765 





423,465 


WALKER, HUGH DALE & JEANNETTE 


A 


057 




190,200 


144,600 





334,800 


WALKER, WILLIAM B 


H 


082 







1,823 





1,823 


WALSH FAMILY TRUST, THE 


H 


057 


01 


247,300 


133,400 





380,700 


WARD, CAROL A 


H 


067 


01 


216,600 


125,402 





342,002 


WASSELL FAMILY TRUST 


D 


155 







5,500 





5,500 


WASSELL FAMILY TRUST 


D 


156 







5,500 





5,500 


WASSELL FAMILY TRUST 


J 


086 







23,400 





23,400 


WASSELL FAMILY TRUST 


J 


090 




119,600 


122,500 





242,100 


WATERMAN JR, THEORDORE 


B 


125 




242,300 


139,500 





381,800 


WATERS, JANET R 


B 


134 




93,600 


119,400 





213,000 


WATSON, WILLIAM J 


F 


094 


04 


130,700 


133,200 





263,900 


WATTS REVOCABLE TRUST, EARL W 


C 


027 







45,374 





45,374 


WATTS REVOCABLE TRUST, EARL W 


C 


028 




170,100 


161,575 





331,675 



140 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWNER 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Name 



Map 



Lot Unit 



Bldg Value Land Value Exemptions Total Value 



WATTS REVOCABLE TRUST, EARL W 


C 


030 







2,738 





2,738 


WAY JR, JENNIFER & ALAN T 


J 


035 




117,800 


83,100 





200,900 


WEBB, RENEE L 


F 


075 




101,800 


125,000 





226,800 


WEEKS, MICHAEL 


C 


010 




178,200 


110,445 





288,645 


WEINERT, LAWRENCE R & CARRIE A 


C 


132 




107,400 


130,400 





237,800 


WEINZIMMER, RUSSEL D 


H 


042 


06 





1,126 





1,126 


WEINZIMMER, RUSSEL D 


H 


042 


07 


147,200 


115,061 





262,261 


WEISSFLOG, MARK P 


K 


021 




243,900 


107,800 





351,700 


WELLS FARGO BANK 


F 


048 


02 


216,000 


116,400 





332,400 


WELLS, DOUGLAS G 


D 


121 




117,700 


110,000 





227,700 


WELLS, LYNDA J 


A 


046 




145,900 


136,000 





281,900 


WELLS, LYNDA J 


A 


050 




6,100 


27,300 





33,400 


WESSON, PATRICK & MONICA 


H 


097 




169,000 


132,600 





301,600 


WEST VIEW FARMS LLC 


B 


020 







1,669 





1,669 


WEST VIEW FARMS LLC 


B 


070 


04 


231,900 


169,381 





401,281 


WEST VIEW FARMS LLC 


B 


070 


05 


38,900 


2,822 





41,722 


WESTBROOK, GEORGE 


A 


039 


04X 


175,600 








175,600 


WETHERBEE SR, CHARLES B 


C 


117 




86,500 


93,800 





180,300 


WETHERBEE SR, CHARLES B 


J 


045 




77,300 


91,000 





168,300 


WHALEN, HELEN W 


F 


039 




1,700 


21,900 





23,600 


WHALEN, HELEN W 


F 


040 




71,300 


91,200 





162,500 


WHALEN, WILLIAM W 


F 


164 




111,600 


104,500 


250 


216,100 


WHATMOUGH, RUTH A 


B 


021 


02 


344,500 


150,500 





495,000 


WHEELER, CATHERINE C 


K 


025 




155,200 


90,000 





245,200 


WHISTLEWIND ENTERPRISES LLC 


J 


058 




102,500 


97,500 





200,000 


WHITE REV TRUST, LEIGHTON A 


E 


017 







315,820 





315,820 


WHITE, DAVID A & SHEILA M 


M 


013 




124,700 


123,800 





248,500 


WHITE, WILLIAM 


D 


095 


45X 


176,700 








176,700 


WHITEHILL, MARK H 


H 


078 




146,000 


107,443 





253,443 


WHITNEY SR, ERNEST T 


K 


144 




70,800 


83,300 


250 


154,100 


WHITNEY, EDNA M 


C 


008 







61,400 





61,400 


WHITNEY, EDNA M 


F 


038 




14,600 


96,900 





111,500 


WHITNEY, ERIC N 


D 


126 




145,500 


145,800 





291,300 


WHITNEY, MARCIA J 


L 


036 




79,800 


91,000 





170,800 


WHITNEY, RICHARD A 


C 


009 




11,900 


82,600 





94,500 


WIER, JAMES H 


D 


048 




500 


2,400 





2,900 


WIER, JAMES H 


D 


049 




157,500 


127,127 





284,627 


WILKINSON, PAULA D 


A 


004 


02 


556,600 


258,848 





815,448 


WILKINSON, PAULA D 


A 


004 


03 





2,900 





2,900 


WILLEMS, PIERRE D & DEANA M 


D 


028 




72,800 


98,000 





170,800 


WILLIAMS, KERMIT & CHERYL 


J 


133 




606,800 


110,000 





716,800 


WILSON JR, KENNETH J 


H 


068 




274,600 


126,358 





400,958 


WILTON CENTER TENNIS CLUB 


C 


069 




13,500 


30,000 





43,500 


WILTON CONG OF JEHOVAH WITNESS 


c 


102 


01 


425,700 


148,600 





574,300 


WILTON MAIN STREET ASSOCIATION 


J 


048 







93,600 





93,600 


WILTON MAIN STREET ASSOCIATION 


J 


105 




299,600 


103,400 





403,000 


WILTON MASONIC TEMPLE 


J 


067 




178,700 


117,000 





295,700 


WILTON REALTY TRUST 


A 


031 




797,500 


160,479 





957,979 


WILTON REALTY TRUST 


A 


031 


02-03 





3,148 





3,148 


WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 


K 


014 




1,318,400 


145,000 





1,463,400 


WILTON TELEPHONE COMPANY 


J 


064 




85,400 


100,800 





186,200 


WILTON TELEPHONE COMPANY 


J 


064 


IX 


191,800 








191,800 


WILTON TELEPHONE COMPANY 


J 


100 




39,500 


103,100 





142,600 



141 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWNER 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Name 



Map 



Lot Unit 



Bldg Value Land Value Exemptions Total Value 



WILTON 


TELEPHONE COMPANY 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OP 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


TOWN 


OF 


WILTON 


-LYNDEBOROUGH CO-OP DIST 


WILTON 


-LYNDEBOROUGH VOLUNTEER 


WINDWA 


jKER, DELIA B. 


WINTHR 


DP III 


MILES V 



J 


101 


B 


007 


B 


016 


B 


023 


B 


130 


B 


157 


C 


080 


C 


116 


D 


007 


D 


013 


D 


015 


D 


033 


D 


077 


D 


087 


D 


088 


D 


089 


D 


091 


D 


093 


D 


098 


D 


102 


D 


103 


D 


104 


E 


014 


E 


015 


E 


023 


F 


004 


F 


081 


F 


157 


F 


158 


G 


021 


H 


122 


J 


041 


J 


042 


J 


061 


J 


068 


J 


102 


J 


104 


K 


062 


K 


064 


K 


064 


K 


136 


K 


138 


K 


139 


K 


147 


K 


179 


L 


025 


L 


040 


L 


047 


L 


052 


J 


135 


B 


117 


J 


131 


D 


016 



C3 



CI 



03 



01 



CI 



01 



01 



73,900 


101 


200 





175 


100 


34,600 


147 


100 





181 


700 





95 


400 





95 


400 





136 


800 





136 


800 





31 


500 





31 


500 





12 


000 





12 


000 





45 


000 





45 


000 





9 


500 





9 


500 


23,400 


82 


700 





106 


100 





43 


600 





43 


600 





3 


500 





3 


500 


600 


105 


000 





105 


600 





113 


800 





113 


800 





113 


000 





113 


000 





7 


276 





7 


276 





260 


200 





260 


200 


103,900 


102 


200 





206 


100 





181 


600 





181 


600 







900 







900 


1,200 


23 


000 





24 


200 





104 


300 





104 


300 


200,200 


252 


500 





452 


700 







800 







800 





6 


800 





6 


800 





2 


884 





2 


884 





22 


500 





22 


500 


200,500 


102 


800 





303 


300 


3,400 


135 


100 





138 


500 





147 


900 





147 


900 





132 


800 





132 


800 





124 


600 





124 


600 


415,900 


120 


200 





536 


100 





63 


000 





63 


000 





117 


000 





117 


000 


475,800 


122 


500 





598 


300 





11 


500 





11 


500 


325,300 


197 


900 





523 


200 


220,000 


123 


500 





343 


500 





107 


300 





107 


300 





102 


700 





102 


700 





2 


900 





2 


900 





39 


900 





39 


900 





47 


300 





47 


300 





43 


800 





43 


800 





62 


700 





62 


700 





136 


600 





136 


600 







500 







500 





156 


200 





156 


200 





60 


000 





60 


000 


4,939,600 


820 


300 





5,759 


900 


87,100 


133 


100 





220 


200 


107,600 


105 


600 





213 


200 


134,600 


118 


800 





253 


400 



142 



ASSESSED VALUE BY OWNER 
WILTON, NH 



Owner Name 



Map Lot 



Unit 



Bldg Value Land Value Exemptions Total Value 



WIRBAL, DAVID G 


M 


073 




141,900 


121,200 





263,100 


WISAN, JANE 


C 


139 




91,400 


99,000 





190,400 


WISNIEWSKI, MICHAEL 


H 


042 


05 


230,000 


115,394 





345,394 


WITT, KARL D & BARBARA J 


M 


060 




144,700 


120,000 





264,700 


WITTENAUER, EDWARD R & LAURA M 


F 


148 







10,900 





10,900 


WITTENAUER, EDWARD R & LAURA M 


F 


160 




197,900 


128,500 





326,400 


WOHLGEMUTH, DANIEL F 


K 


101 




163,000 


81,000 





244,000 


WOOD REVOCABLE TRUST, DOROTHY 


M 


012 


03 


219,400 


113,000 


250 


332,400 


WOOD, EDWARD J 


J 


094 




159,500 


99,800 


250 


259,300 


WOOD, ROBERT H 


C 


135 


02 


201,100 


126,500 





327,600 


WOODBURY, N BEVERLY 


D 


095 


15X 


178,500 








178,500 


WOODWARD, PAMELA 


L 


006 







26,700 





26,700 


WOODWARD, PAMELA 


L 


007 




164,400 


115,000 





279,400 


WOODWORTH, MICHAEL P 


K 


148 




68,700 


72,900 





141,600 


WOOLEVER, NANCY U 


H 


134 


02 


239,000 


116,100 





355,100 


WORCESTER & CULLINAN 


J 


051 




94,000 


99,100 





193,100 


WORCESTER, MARK W 


K 


156 




125,700 


103,100 





228,800 


WORTHEN 2004 REV TRUST, GAIL J 


A 


034 




675,800 


135,930 





811,730 


WRIGHT, DAVID A 


B 


031 


04 


311,900 


178,000 





489,900 


WRIGHT, DIANE L 


K 


111 




172,500 


107,400 





279,900 


WRIGHT, GLENN S 


M 


051 




111,200 


120,000 





231,200 


WRIGHT, WINFIELD D 


C 


048 




150,800 


156,000 





306,800 


WROE, EILEEN C 


H 


016 




225,000 


134,654 


250 


359,654 


YANDELL, CHARLES D 


K 


137 




164,300 


115,000 





279,300 


YGGDRASIL LAND FOUNDATION INC 


H 


112 







6,420 





6,420 


YOOK, VINCENT 


A 


073 




882,600 


208,670 





1,091,270 


YORK RIVER LLC 


C 


035 


06 


7,500 


118,000 





125,500 


YORK RIVER LLC 


C 


035 


07 





110,900 





110,900 


YORK RIVER LLC 


c 


035 


08 





414 





414 


YORK RIVER LLC 


c 


035 


09 





119,200 





119,200 


YORK RIVER LLC 


c 


035 


10 





135,000 





135,000 


YORK RIVER LLC 


c 


035 


11 





126,400 





126,400 


YORK RIVER LLC 


c 


035 


13 





113,600 





113,600 


YORK RIVER LLC 


c 


035 


14 


128,500 


107,100 





235,600 


YOUNG, GERTRUDE 


K 


132 




69,000 


87,500 


20,000 


156,500 


YOUNG, PETER F 


B 


123 







2,700 





2,700 


YOUNG, SALLY J 


K 


100 




81,400 


76,100 





157,500 


YOUNG, STANLEY T 


B 


124 




342,600 


129,214 





471,814 


YURCAK JR, JOHN M 


H 


084 




255,300 


152,700 


250 


408,000 


YURCAK, STEPHEN P 


H 


083 


02 


311,900 


127,115 





439,015 


ZAHAR, JOHN 


M 


052 




144,000 


121,200 





265,200 


ZAIGER, DANIEL 


H 


055 


01 


93,300 


125,600 





218,900 


ZAMOISKI TRUST, NANCY J 


C 


061 




218,400 


269,000 





487,400 


ZAMOISKI, ANDREW B 


K 


070 




83,600 


84,500 





168,100 


ZAVGREN, JOHN R 


C 


126 







4,100 





4,100 


ZAVGREN, JOHN R 


C 


136 




293,600 


200,800 





494,400 


ZETT, NIGEL A & LUCINDA M 


H 


054 


05 


269,800 


121,100 





390,900 


ZIELIE, MICHAEL J 


C 


087 




413,400 


155,100 





568,500 


ZUBER, WALTER S 


H 


083 


01 


195,100 


199,400 





394,500 



143 



ANNUAL REPORT 



of the 



School District Officers 



For the Town of 



WILTON 
NEW HAMPSHIRE 



Year Ending June 30, 2008 



INDEX 
WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 



Administrative Reports: 

Superintendent S13 

Assistant Superintendent S16 

Principal S18 

Business Administrator S20 

Title I Director S21 

Auditors' Report S30 

Budget Comparison S37 

Expenditures S32 

Health Service Report S22 

Projected Revenues S46 

SAU 63 Budget S23 

School Board Budget S38 

School District Officers SI 

Special Education Expenditures S35 

Staff S26 

Statement of Analysis of Changes in Fund Equity S36 

Statement of Revenues S31 

Statistics S28 

Synopsis of 2008 District Meeting & Elections S5 

Treasurer's Report S29 

Warrant for Election of Officers S2 

Warrant for District Meeting S3 



WILTON 



SCHOOL DISTRICT OFFICERS 



Moderator: 


Mr. William Keefe 


2009 


Clerk: 


Mrs. Kelly Eshback 


2009 


Treasurer: 


Mr. Stanley Greene (Appointed) 


2009 


Auditors: 







SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS 



Chairman: 


Mr. Gilbert P. Hargrove 


2010 


Secretary: 


Mr. Edward Popek 


2009 




Mrs. Joyce Fisk 


2011 



SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 



Dr. Leo P. Corriveau 



ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 



Mr. Trevor Ebel 



PRINCIPAL 



Mr. Kenneth Griffin 



si 



STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT WARRANT 

FOR ELECTION OF OFFICERS ON MARCH 10, 2009 

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 Tenth Day of March 2009 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. 



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 

2009. 



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 12, 2009 

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 12, 2009 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 10, 2009. 



5. Passage of this article shall override the 10 percent limitation imposed on this 
appropriation due to the non-recommendation of the budget committee. 

To see if the Wilton School District will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of up to eight 
million seventy-eight thousand six hundred fifty-three dollars ($8,078,653) (Gross Budget) for 
the purpose of construction of additions and renovations to the Florence Rideout Elementary 
School including furnishings, equipment, site development, architectural, underwriting, 
attorney and other fees, and for any other items incidental to or necessary for said construction, 
seven million seven hundred fifty-seven thousand nine hundred dollars ($7,757,900) of such 
sum to be raised through the issuance of bonds or notes under and in compliance with the 
Municipal Finance Act, RSA Chapter 33:1 et seq. , as amended; with the balance of up to three 
hundred twenty thousand seven hundred fifty-three dollars ($320,753) for the first year's 
principal and interest payments and estimated closing costs including bond underwriting and 
attorney fees, to be raised through general taxation and; to authorize the School Board to apply 
for, obtain and accept federal, state or other aid, if any, which may be available for said project 
and to comply with all laws applicable to said project; to authorize the School Board to issue, 
negotiate, sell and deliver said bonds and notes and to determine the rate of interest thereon and 
the maturity and other terms thereof; and to authorize the School Board to take any other action 
on or to pass any other vote relative thereto? (2/3 ballot vote required) 
(Supported by the School Board -Not Supported by the Budget Committee) 



6. To see if the Wilton School District will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of three 

million twenty-one thousand six hundred seventy-eight dollars ($3,021,678) 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) 



7. To see if the Wilton School District will vote to approve the cost items included in the 
collective bargaining agreement reached between the Wilton School Board and the Florence 
Rideout Elementary Support Staff Association which calls for the following increases in 
salaries and benefits: 



S3 



Year Estimated Increase 

2009-2010 $ 6,397.00 

and further to raise and appropriate the sum of $ 6,397.00 for the 2009-2010 fiscal year, such 
sum representing the additional costs attributable to the increase in salaries and benefits over 
those of the appropriation at the current staffing levels paid in the current fiscal year? This 
appropriation is not included in the operating budget warrant article. (Supported by the School 
Board - Supported by the Budget Committee) 



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



9. To see if the Wilton School District will vote to raise and appropriate up to forty- five 
thousand dollars ($45,000) for the purpose of purchasing equipment and installation required to 
replace the primary grades building boiler and associated equipment and systems. 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) 



10. To see if the Wilton School District will vote to raise and appropriate up to fifty 
thousand dollars (550,000.00) 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, 2009? This warrant article is 
not included in the operating budget. 
(Supported by the School Board - Supported by the Budget Committee) 



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



GIVEN UNDER OUR HANDS AT SAID WILTON THIS DAY OF FEBRUARY 2009. 



Joyce Fisk Gilbert P. Hargrove Edward Popek 

SCHOOL BOARD 



A true copy attest: 



SCHOOL BOARD 



S4 



WILTON BOND WARRANT ARTICLE 
FEBRUARY 19, 2008 



Present: School Board members; Ed Popek, Joyce Fisk, and Gilbert Hargrove, Superintendent of 
Schools Francine Fullam, Assistant Superintendent Carolann Wais, Principal Ken Griffin, 
Director of Special Education Deborah Bemis, Business Manager Dan Starr, and representatives 
from Barker Architects. 

ARTICLE 6: Passage of this article shall override the 10 percent limitation imposed on this 
appropriation due to non-recommendation of the budget committee. 

Article 6: To see if the Wilton School District will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of up to eight 
million six hundred twenty-eight thousand seven hundred fifty-three dollars ($8,628,753) (Gross 
Budget) for the purpose of construction of additions and renovations to the Florence Rideout 
Elementary School including furnishings, equipment, site development, architectural, 
underwriting, attorney and other fees, and for any other items incidental to or necessary for said 
construction, eight million three hundred forty-nine thousand dollars ($8,349,000) of such sum to 
be raised through the issuance of bonds or notes under and in compliance with the Municipal 
Finance Act, RSA Chapter 33:1 et seq., as amended; with the balance of up to two hundred 
seventy nine thousand seven hundred fifty-three dollars ($279,753) for the first year's principal 
and interest payments and estimated closing costs including bond underwriting and attorney fees, 
to be raised through general taxation and; to authorize the School Board to apply for, obtain and 
accept federal, state or other aid, if any, which may be available for said project and to comply 
with all laws applicable to said project; to authorize the School Board to issue, negotiate, sell and 
deliver said bonds and notes and to determine the rate of interest thereon and the maturity and 
other terms thereof; and to authorize the School Board to take any other action on or to pass any 
other vote relative thereto? 

(2/3 ballot vote required) 

Supported the School Board - Not Supported by the Budget Committee 

Gilbert Hargrove called the meeting to order at 7:35 pm. The Florence Rideout Elementary School 
Renovation Proposal has been a two year study by the Building Committee and a three year 
study for the Wilton School Board. Ed Popek of the Wilton School Board presented the 
renovation project with a power point slide show. He began stating that a thriving community 
depends on three components: 

1. Quality Education Access 

2. Quality Housing Market 

3. Healthy Business Environment 

The School Board needs to address the lack of classroom space, the non-functioning and non- 
existent core facilities such as the cafeteria, library, science labs, computer labs, health facilities, 
and health and safety issues. In consideration of multiple options the Board decided that they 
needed to fix all core facility and classrooms at the existing building... The lack of science and 
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SPED areas, security issues with two separate building and poorly operating bathroom and 
heating and ventilation systems would be addressed in the renovation. 

The proposal would include three available classrooms for each grade while adding only three 
additional classrooms to the existing building. This plan will meet the needs of the community 
for the next fifty years. 

Architect Kyle Barker, of Barker Architects, spoke to the site plan prepared by his firm. In an 
overhead presentation he reviewed the proposed addition and renovation the school. The addition 
will combine the two building into one while enhancing the classical architecture of the 1 895 
building. 

Construction Manager Tony Spagnuola, of Barker Architects, spoke to the actual construction 
and renovation. The project, if approved, would begin in July 2008 to be completed in two 
phases. The scope of the renovation would encompass two years of construction without 
interrupting the daily operation of the school. 

Ed Popek, School Board member, spoke in regard to the bond process. The proposal for the bond 
will be a 20 year Capital Appreciation Bond in the amount of eight million three hundred forty- 
nine thousand dollars ($8,349,000). The first full year of payment on the bond would be 2010, 
and would add about $ 1 .08 per $100 valuation to the tax rate. The state will cover thirty percent 
(30%) of the construction costs over the life of the bond. Mr. Popek stated that the CAB bond tax 
rate to stay relatively the same over 20 years providing the towns continued growth. The board 
feels the economic downturn will provide significant building cost saving if built now. The 
proposed warrant will fix the critical needs of the school and allow the town to meet the needs of 
the community now and in the future. Mr. Popek closed by asking for the support of this plan on 
March 13, 2008. 

Discussion followed with questions regarding present and projected enrollment numbers. The 
School Board hired architect Kyle Barker to do projection. His findings were based on studies 
done with the Nashua Regional Planning Commission and a study of enrollment done grade by 
grade. Chairman of the Budget Committee Cary Hughes along with member Mark Whitehill 
questioned the population statistics and the need to build for an enrollment of 410-500 students. 
The Budget Committee feels projected drop in population trends does not justify additional 
classrooms. The committee would like to have seen more than one proposal for the project. 

Kyle Barker, architect from Barker Architects, explained that while looking at the redesign of the 
school he wanted to support any growth, and felt that enrollment numbers were not an exact 
science. He also noted that some classrooms had only five hundred twenty (520) square feet; 
according to the State Department of Education such space would be appropriate for only 14 
students. 

Resident Harry Dailey asked for the actual increase of square footage to be added to classrooms 
and core facility. The number was not available. Tony Spagnuola, Construction Manager, stated 
that prudence dictates that at least one additional classroom be added to the project. 



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Resident Carol Roberts asked the costs of the building be clearly separated from the operating 
costs when the issue is brought to the School District Meeting. 

With no further discussion the meeting wad adjourned at 8:45pm. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Kelly CEshback 



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WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT WARRANT 
ANNUAL SCHOOL DISTRICT MEETING MARCH 14, 2008 

Present: School Board Members: Ed Popek, Joyce Fisk, and Gilbert Hargrove; 
Superintendent Francine Fullam, Assistant Superintendent Carolann Wais, Principal Ken 
Griffin, Director of Special Education Deborah Bemis, Business Manager Dan Stan. 

Moderator Bill Keefe called the meeting to order at 7:30pm. Mr. Keefe asked that all 
speaking to identify themselves; direct all questions to the moderator; that all motions be 
made in writing with copies to the clerk; discussion be limited to one amendment at a 
time; that the moderator would abstain from voting; and all non registered voters not 
participate in any vote. 

Article 6, the bond, was to be by paper ballot. Proponents of Articles 6 would be given 1 5 
minutes to present said article, including the architect and construction manager from 
Barker Architects. The Budget Committee would also be allowed 15 minutes to address 
said article. Polls would remain open for one hour. 

ARTICLE 6; Passage of this article shall override the 10 percent limitation imposed 
on this appropriation due to non-recommendation of the budget committee. 



Ed Popek moved that the Wilton School District vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
up to eight million six hundred twenty-eight thousand seven hundred fifty-three 
dollars(8,628,753) (Gross Budget) for the purpose of construction of additions and 
renovations to the Florence Rideout Elementary School including furnishings, equipment, 
site development, architectural, underwriting, attorney and other fees, and for any other 
items incidental to or necessary for said construction, eight million three hundred forty- 
nine thousand dollars (8,349,000) of such sum to be raised through the issuance of bonds 
or notes under and in compliance with the Municipal Finance Act, RSA Chapter 33:1 et 
seq., as amended; with the balance of up to two hundred seventy-nine thousand seven 
hundred fifty-three dollars ($279,753) for the first year's principal and interest payment 
and estimating closing costs including bond underwriting and attorney sees, to be raised 
through the general taxation and; to authorize the School Board to apply for, obtain and 
accept federal, state or other aid, if any, which may be available for said project and to 
comply with all laws applicable to said project; to authorize the School Board to issue, 
negotiate, sell and deliver said bonds and notes and to determine the rate of interest 
thereon and the maturity and other terms thereof; and to authorize the School Board to 
take any other action on or to pass any other vote relative thereto. (2/3 ballot vote 
required) Joyce Fisk seconded the motion. 

Ed Popek spoke on behalf on the School Board. In a power point presentation he 
explained the need to solve space issue, correct the undersized and non existent core 
facilities, as well as security and heating and ventilation problems. The plan brought forth 
by the School Board would meet the needs of the community for the next 50 years. The 
proposed renovation would provide for three classrooms per grade. With present 
enrollment at 310 students nearly ninety four percent (94%) of the cost would bring the 
building up to current standard, leaving only six percent (6%) to build the additional 



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classrooms raising the capacity of the school to 395 students. The renovation will address 
the lack of science and computer labs, lack of Special Education space, the non 
functioning cafeteria, undersized classrooms, undersized library and nurse office, and 
security problems associated with two separate buildings. 

The cost of the 20 year Capital Appreciation Bond would be for eight million three 
hundred forty-nine thousand dollars ($8,349,000). The School Board feels that the time to 
build it now; with low bond rates, and sub contractors bidding low, the predicted cost 
would only increase by next year. The state aid is expected to cover nearly one third of 
the costs. The net increase for a home valued at three hundred thousand dollars 
($300,000) would be between twenty to fifty dollars a month. 

Chairman Cary Hughes of the Wilton Budget Committee spoke regarding non support of 
Article 6. The committee recognizes the need for renovation of the school yet the size of 
the proposal and exorbitant cost led not to support said article. The Wilton Budget 
Committee was presented with only one proposal by the Florence Rideout School 
Building Committee, and although less expensive alternatives were studied, the Budget 
Committee was not provided an opportunity to formally consider a bonding process to 
finance any of the alternatives. The Budget committee voiced concerns of building for a 
population of 400 and 500 hundred students. Their findings regarding population 
statistics point to declining enrollments. 

The Wilton Budget Committee referred back to the renovation to the Wilton- 
Lyndeborough Co-op . Part of the presentation at that time was that the expansion would 
accommodate sixth grades from both towns. The Florence Rideout School Building 
Committee has stated that there is no room available yet the Budget Committee has been 
unable to obtain confirmation of that statement. The Wilton Budget Committee felt that 
the costs associated with the bond were seriously understated, and the current economic 
forecast reflects declining real estate values. 

The Budget Committee feels that we are in a time of great flux. There are question 
regarding other schools withdrawing from our SAU, with the impact of that withdrawal 
unknown and possibly increasing operating budgets for the town of Wilton and 
Lyndeborough.The Budget Committee believes that further work and planning will 
provide for the needs of the school at a significantly lower cost. 

Public discussion began at 8:15pm. Questions arose regarding the conflicting number 
between the budget committee of 400 - 500; and the school board of 300 - 375. Ed 
Popek of the Wilton School Board explained the project was designed for the present 
population of the school with three additional classrooms expected to accommodate 75 
more students. The school would be able to handle up to 500 in peak enrollment periods 
but only for a short time. The bidding process was discussed with Tony Spagnuola of 
Barker Architects explaining the Building Committee choice of a construction 
management project which ninety percent (90%) of the schools in New Hampshire 
prefer. From there the project manager puts the project out to bid. It was noted by Ed 
Popek that this was a fixed cost and that the number stated was the maximum. 



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Resident Tom Puchiarello spoke regarding the timing of the project, and that said project 
was not a reflection of the need to renovate. Discussion followed regarding what would 
be a right time. 

Matt Fish spoke regarding the number of approved subdivision in town. Mark Whitehill 
of the Wilton Budget Committee remarked that in his twenty years on the planning board 
a lot of subdivision approved never came be, approval does not mean that all will be 
built. 

Johanna Lynch of the Building Committee stated that right now the building is 
overcrowded, renovations are made every fifty years and tonight we have a choice and 
the chance to correct this. Many parents spoke to the safety concerns the building 
including the shared bathrooms in the 1 895 building, multiple entrances, and lack of 
adequate space for Special Education students, and traffic issues. 

Concern for the residents on fixed income arouse with rebuttal from the school board 
stating that schools will always hurt those on fixed incomes. 

Discussion regarding renewal resources followed. It was stated that different plans had 
been discussed. Tony Spagnuola of Barker Architects discussed renewable energy 
systems. He stated that the lack of commercial systems, high cost of installation, low 
payback made this plan most cost effective. The new building design would reduce 
exterior wall by seventeen percent (17%), increase roof size by six percent (6%) while 
replacing all window and heating and ventilation systems at great savings. 

Don Davidson, a Budget Committee member felt that there were real safety issues that 
town needed to address, but that option had not been presented 

At 9: 1 5pm Chris Parker-Christou moved the vote. Seconded by Joyce Fisk. At 9: 1 7pm 
the polls opened for a period of one hour. 

At 10:00pm Moderator Keefe resumed the meeting beginning with Article 7. 

ARTICLE 7. Joyce Fisk moved that the Wilton School District vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of three million twenty-two thousand six hundred seventy-nine 
($3,022,679) for the support of schools, for the payment of salaries for the district 
officials and agents, and for the payment of statutory obligation of the district. Gilbert 
Hargrove seconded the motion. 

Don Davidson asked of the vote to be made with other schools in our SAU would affect 
this budget. Gilbert Hargrove of the Wilton School Board said it would not impact this 
budget. Resident Mark White hill feels that we need to work on a better product for less 
money, and as a town we can not afford these increases every year. Johanna Lynch stated 
that many people would not receive a cost of living raise yet still value education. With 
no further discussion by voice vote the motion passed. 

ARTICLE 9. Joyce Fisk moved that Article 9 precede Article 8. Gilbert Hargrove 
seconded the motion. The motion passed. 



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ARTICLE 9. Joyce Fisk moved that the Wilton School District vote to raise and 
appropriate up to twenty thousand dollars ($20,000) to be added to the school district 
building and maintenance and improvement Capital Reserve Fund previously established, 
with such amount to be funded from the year end undesignated fund balance available on 
July 1, 2008.Gilbert Hargrove seconded the motion- 
Walter Pries asked for the present balance of said fun. It was reported to be eighty five 
thousand five hundred sixty-one dollars ($85,561). With no further discussion the article 
passed by voice vote. 

Moderator Keefe recessed the meeting until 10:20 when the polls closed and votes were 
counted The meeting was called to order at 10:35pm with the result of the vote. One 
hundred ninety-seven (197) voted in favor of renovation and one hundred thirty-two 
(132) against Article 6 failed to meet the 2/3 required vote. 

ARTICLE 8. Gilbert Hargrove move to amend ARTICLE 8 from twenty-five thousand 
dollars ($25,000) to fifty thousand dollars ($50,000). Ed Popek seconded that motion. 

Discussion on the motion to amend included question regarding the increase and costs 
spent to date. It was reported that thirty thousand dollars ($30,00) had been spent. 
Members of the public wanted to know if the original twenty-five thousand was not 
enough to get other options for the project Gilbert Hargrove said that the School Board 
would bring in other options to the town and budget committee and would present the 
best plan to the public at next years meeting. 

Chris Parker-Christou moved the vote. Seconded by Gilbert Hargrove. The voice vote 
was unclear and Moderator Keefe asks for a vote by hands. The vote was 44 in favor with 
15 against The motion to amend passed. 

ARTICLE 8. Gilbert Hargrove moved that the Wilton School District vote , if article 6 is 
defeated, to raise and appropriate up to fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) for the purpose of 
hiring a professional architect and design form to develop building designs, renovation 
and construction alternatives for a new school. Ed Popek seconded the motion. The 
motion passed by voice vote. 

ARTICLE 10. Gilbert Hargrove moved to hear reports of agents, auditor, committees, or 
officers chosen and to pass any vote relating thereto. Joyce Fisk seconded the motion. 
Gilbert Hargrove made a presentation to Superintendent Francine Fullam and Assistant 
Superintendent Carolann Wais for their tireless years serving our SAU. 

A motion to adjourn was made by Cary Hughes. Seconded by Mark Whitehill. The 
meeting adjourned at 1 1 :07pm. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Kelly C. Eshback 



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ELECTION RESULTS - MARCH 11, 2008 
Wilton School District 



MODERATOR: 



William Keefe 



362 



SCHOOL BOARD: 


Joyce Fisk 
Richard Griffin 


250 
127 


TREASURER: 


John Hutchinson (write in) 


2 


CLERK: 


Kelly Eshback 


350 


AUDITORS: 


Doris Boutwell (write in) 
Carlene Brown (write in) 


3 
2 



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Signature 



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Superintendent of Schools 

Annual Report, 2008 

Accountability beyond Test Scores: Improving Schools Responsibly and Efficiently During a Year of Transitions 

This annual report is a little different from past years in that we have asked all school district leaders to join me 
in reporting a balanced annual review of their departments and/or schools to best inform taxpayers on the 
progress and performance we are making. These annual reports are a responsible way to demonstrate 
accountability to our communities. They also promote and encourage quality service, integrity, support, and 
collaboration as we strive to continuously improve the quality of education in SAU 63 schools. 

Just as the SAU 63 board had planned a year ago, one superintendent of schools would move to the new SAU 87 
and one would stay with SAU 63. Trevor Ebel, our Assistant Superintendent of Schools this year, former 
principal of WLC HS for the last six years has been chosen as SAU 63's next superintendent. Trevor's district 
knowledge and familiarity will best ensure a smooth transition to new governance structures in the years ahead. 
On July 1, 2009, 1 will move to SAU 87, as its first superintendent to help start this new school system and help 
the Mascenic School District address its facility and restructuring issues. I have been delighted and honored to 
work with Trevor as he assumes the leadership of SAU 63 schools on July 1. 

We began this school year by unifying the SAU administrative leadership team and school district leaders. Each 
school has goals that will be reported on by principals in their annual reports. We asked them to report on a 
balanced view of their schools performance. The SAU administrative leadership team similarly established 
strategic priorities to help the school achieve their individual plans within the SAU system. Our vision statement 
and strategic priorities can be seen on the SAU 63 web site. 

As a "Follow the Child" SAU, we also support the initiatives of the Commissioner of Education, Dr Lyonel Tracy, 
and the New Hampshire Board of Education. This broad reform effort calls for a more personalized education of 
all students and raises the bar for school completion and college and career readiness. Its focus is on high 
school redesign to reach the passions, interests, skills, and aptitudes of all students to better prepare them to 
succeed in a global economy. 

Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District was able to hire Jon Ingram, a well-known principal with much 
experience in high school leadership reform and the NEAS&C accreditation process. In late September the staff 
at Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative under the co-chairmanship of Linda Kalloger and Amanda Kovaliv 
conducted a self-study and hosted a successful accreditation visit. They will receive the status report soon as the 
school prepares to continuously improve over the next several years. 

New teacher evaluation programs have been implemented in two school districts. SAU employees similarly 
have a new evaluation program as do school administrators. Support staff members are finalizing evaluation 
programs and procedures as well this year. In each case their involvement has helped produce a quality product 
that they support. 

An inventory of policies required by state and federal laws and regulations was undertaken last summer. With 
the assistance of graduate practicum students from Plymouth State University, we have identified over forty 
policies that are needed for SAU schools. Some of the new policies and revisions can be seen on the SAU web 



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site under school board policies. We will continue to expand this site as things develop this year. Most policy 
manuals need work and will be available online in 2009. Cyber-bullying, civility, public complaints, non- 
discrimination, sexual harassment, and high school graduation for students with disabilities are some that we 
have presented for school board approval in 2008. 

As far as student academic performance, we are working to improve assessment scores at every level of our 
schools. We see many areas on the NECAP and SAT exams that need our attention and some areas where our 
students are doing much better than state and national average. On the PSAT, and AP tests we have found 
similar results. To be sure we are not pleased with the results, but not discouraged either. You can see our 
results on the SAU web site under Balanced Scorecard for your convenience. Every school in the SAU is 
analyzing data to improve student performance this year. We also plan to hold a mid-year review of school 
system's progress towards meeting school and district strategic objectives. The SAU's strategic goals are divided 
among four strategic priorities, with the most important being high student performance. We will also strive to 
increase student and stakeholder engagement; effective and efficient financial operations; and staff learning 
and growth. Next summer we will analyze results from this school year and plan accordingly to improve. 

Teacher mentoring programs continue to receive enthusiastic support of our teachers. Technology specialists 
are infusing internet based technologies throughout our schools. "Richer Picture" digital portfolios are being 
introduced in three grades this year and next. School and district web sites continue to evolve in order to meet 
the needs of staff, students, parents and communities. 

Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District continues to expand its use of Power School administrative 
software tools. Mascenic School District will select a new administrative software program that can meet its 
needs in the future, including data management. Lyndeborough Central School submitted a new technology 
plan for NH Department of Education's approval last fall. Mascenic Regional High School and Boynton Middle 
School applied for a NH Edies School of Excellence Award. With their passion for improvement, such awards will 
definitely come soon. 

As for internal processes and efficiencies, boards were able to replace two principals and two superintendents 
efficiently and affordably within budgets. New field lights and driveway improvements at Wilton-Lyndeborough 
Cooperative were projects that were kept within budget parameters. School districts enacted energy 
conservation measures this year to keep costs down. Lunch programs continued to improve on the revenue side 
with small price increases. The food service program managers have improved record keeping, supervision and 
management operations over the last six months. All school districts have year-end fund balances annually that 
help to lower taxes. Last fall all school financial transactions were audited by the firm of Plodzik and Sanderson, 
P.A. Their findings and recommendations have already helped us and will continue to refine accounting and 
financial management practices in the future. All schools have also conducted fire and emergency safety drills 
as required in partnership with local police. We have formal agreements with town police that are mutually 
supportive and beneficial in ensuring safe school environments. Donations and grants have helped cover staff 
training, computer purchases, after school programs, summer school programs, and programs for at-risk 
children, including Title I services, and special education services. Two graduate students from Plymouth State 
University have logged many hours of pre-service training at the SAU and both high schools. Undergraduate 
students from Franklin Pierce University have become "buddies" with students at Boynton Middle School. 
Monadnock Family Services in partnership with SAU schools agreed to provide free counseling to students and 



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families that may need extra assistance. Another partner, The Monadnock Ledger Transcript also agreed to 
publish our SAU Newsletter, The Spotlight, with some financial savings in advertizing for the districts. 

Staff have attended conferences and workshops to learn about computer assisted instruction, mentoring, math, 
student discipline, portfolios, professional learning communities, data analysis, curriculum articulation, NECAP 
assessments, special education law, autism, high school redesign, reading strategies, smart boards, safety, 
facility construction, and planning. 

While the schools continue to improve, boards have embraced numerous governance transition and facility 
issues this year. These include establishing kindergartens in three districts, including the new Mason School 
District. All submitted comprehensive plans that have received positive preliminary reviews by NH Department 
of Education officials. Mascenic has begun creating and staffing SAU 87, including locating temporary office 
space in New Ipswich. The Mascenic board will also propose purchasing land for a new K-4 elementary school 
for Greenville and New Ipswich students. Renovations to the high school and middle school are also planned. 
The new Mason School board has been planning for a major addition to the Mason Elementary School which 
they will receive when reimbursements are made to Mascenic School District. Creating a kindergarten plan, 
creating a tuition agreement with Milford, and hiring staff have kept the new board busy for the last five 
months. Wilton School District has supported the tireless work of its Building Committee and will propose a 
major renovation and additions to the Florence Rideout Elementary School that will address space and code 
compliance issues. The Wilton Building Committee would earn an "All Madden Team" award for its 
commitment to helping the board solve its facility issues affordability and responsibly. The Lyndeborough school 
board has proposed a bond to finance its kindergarten plan, which includes two additional rooms to meet 
program requirements. The Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative board's acceptance of requests to consolidate 
the Lyndeborough and Wilton School Districts into the cooperative should encourage everyone who supports 
efficient and affordable high quality education. Reducing administrative costs and duplication, improving 
accountability, and curriculum coordination are powerful reasons to streamline the governance of the school 
systems. 

In all of these efforts, school boards, staff, community leaders, and most importantly students and parents 
deserve high praise for their commitment to improving the quality of education in SAU 63 schools. Please know 
that your schools are making significant progress during a challenging year of profound systemic change. I have 
been honored to help during these challenging times. The positive relationships we are developing in support of 
students will help shape our schools well into the future. Thank you for your support of our wonderful schools. 

Respectfully, 
Leo P. Corriveau 
Superintendent of Schools 
SAU 63 



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Assistant Superintendent's Annual Report 
2008-2009 



First of all, I would like to let you know how excited I am for the opportunity to serve in the role 
of Assistant Superintendent for SAU #63. This has been a very rewarding time to join this 
outstanding SAU as the New Ipswich and Greenville communities form SAU #87 and the towns 
of Lyndeborough, Mason, and Wilton continue to be part of SAU #63. 

This year much effort has been focused on student achievement across the SAU. One of the 
major roles of an Assistant Superintendent is to ensure that the curriculum that is being delivered 
to your students is meeting each student's needs and providing them the necessary skills to be 
successful in the life endeavors. The administrative team has spent many hours examining the 
New England Common Assessment scores from the 2007-2008 school year. The data that is 
contained in these reports allows each school within the SAU to carefully examine each 
individual students achievement and identify possible strengths and weakness that may exist in 
the curriculum at the given grade level. The NECAP scores also provide all schools to complete 
a comparative analysis in relation to other schools in the state. Our goal as an administrative 
team is to ensure that each student is being provided quality instruction that will enable them to 
demonstrate their academic success on this form of state assessment. 

This year also marks the beginning of our Curriculum Leadership Team with the Wilton, 
Lyndeborough, and WLC Schools. The Curriculum Leadership Team has embarked on a journey 
to examine the currently existing curriculum that is being taught at grades K-12 and its impact on 
student learning. To accomplish this goal, the team has begun the process of curriculum mapping 
their individual curriculum. The goal of the CLT is to develop, enhance and prepare to teach the 
curriculum mapping process to all educators within these three districts next fall. One might 
ask — why curriculum mapping? The answer is simply-curriculum mapping is a tool that will 
allow teachers, administrators, and even parents to examine what is being taught to children in 
any given grade level, how it is connected to the state standards and facilitate collaboration 
among the various stakeholders. 

The Mascenic School District is continuing to improve its goal of raising student achievement at 
the elementary, middle and high school levels. At the elementary school level, teachers are 
examining the concept of Professional Learning Communities and how they might re-shape the 
educational landscape for the school communities. The goal of PLC's is to encourage 
professional collaboration and conversation about student achievement in order to identify 
deficiencies early enough and to target areas of growth. The elementary schools' are working on 
identifying a new math series for adoption. The goal of the Curriculum Leadership Team at all 



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levels is to identify the new math series and bring it to the school board for adoption and to 
collaborate among the different grade levels (K-12) the various skills that are being taught. 
Boynton Middle School continues to improve student performance on the state assessment 
examines and escape the classification of a school in need of improvement. One of the many 
goals of the school community is to continue to enhance its use of data from student assessment 
and to target goals to improve student performance. At Mascenic High School faculty have 
begun the process of working with an outside facilitator to examine the current curriculum and 
look for ways to also improve student performance. 

As you might have concluded, student achievement is our primary goal for this year. I continue 
to work with building principals to identify building goals and initiatives that will allow us to 
work together to enhance the quality educational experience that we provide students in our 
schools. For example, we continue to work with new educators to the district and to the 
profession by providing them a dynamic teacher mentoring program. The mentoring program 
provides educators time to transition successfully into the school system and provide them the 
necessary supports that will allow them the time to focus on student achievement and less on 
survival. 

And finally, on the Wilton, Lyndeborough, and WLC sides of the SAU — we begin to fully 
implement a new teacher evaluation system for educators. This new tool which had been 
developed during the past five years will provide teachers and administrators a baseline for what 
is effective teaching. It also provides a common language for teachers and principals to focus on 
education and how a teacher's individual performance can impact student achievement. The 
Mascenic School District is also piloting this plan this year and will decide upon final adoption 
by the end of the school year. 

Once again, our goal this year is to identify what we are currently doing in the classrooms and to 
target goals that will allow us to improve education. I appreciate the support from all the 
communities as we continue down this road and I look forward to leading the communities of 
Wilton, Lyndeborough and Mason as the new superintendent of SAU #63 in July 2009. 

Sincerely, 



Trevor Ebel 

Assistant Superintendent of Schools 



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FLORENCE RIDEOUT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

1 8 Tremont Street, PO Box 430 

Wilton, New Hampshire 03086 

Telephone #(603) 654-6714 

Fax #(603) 654-2018 



Principal's Report 2008-2009 



Opening day for the Florence Rideout Elementary School was Wednesday, 
August 27, 2008. Enthusiastically students and teachers began their educational journey 
together. 

The Florence Rideout School Community continues to examine its educational 
practices in its pursuit of academic excellence for students. One of the strategies we 
utilize is analyzing New England Common Assessment Program (NECAP) data and 
Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA) data. In the state NECAP testing pertaining 
to Reading; 76% of third grade students scored proficient or proficient with distinction, 
56% of fourth grade students scored proficient or proficient with distinction, 72% of fifth 
grade students scored proficient or proficient with distinction, and 64% of sixth grade 
students scored proficient or proficient with distinction. In the area of Math 61% of third 
grade students scored proficient or proficient with distinction, 49% of fourth grade 
students scored proficient or proficient with distinction, 63% of fifth grade students 
scored proficient or proficient with distinction, and 63% of sixth grade students scored 
proficient or proficient with distinction. One of our school goals is to increase student 
achievement in Reading and Math as reflected by our NECAP scores. Internally we 
administer the NWEA assessment tests twice a year to provide a valuable tool for 
teachers to track student growth and achievement as well as academic areas that need 
strengthening. The entire school staff spent many hours analyzing data to look at our 
students' strengths and weaknesses in order to create an action plan to improve areas of 
weakness in the curriculum so the number of students scoring proficient and proficient 
with distinction increases. 

This analyzing of data led the staff to form Math and Reading Committees to 
further examine the consistency of our Math and Reading programs. In the area of Math 
and Reading we began looking for a new comprehensive curricula that was research 
based, predicated upon best practices, meets state standards, and the learning needs of our 
students. I am proud to announce that the school purchased the Houghton Mifflin 
Harcourt math program entitled Think Math for the 2008-2009 school year as it met the 
aforementioned criteria to improve student learning. We have found a reading program 
which meets the reading criteria and look forward to purchasing it in the future. 
Consistent and comprehensive math and reading curricula are essential for student 
achievement and life-long success. 

Our Florence Rideout Elementary School website is thriving. It receives over 
1 ,200 hits monthly, as it offers a great deal of school information. Parents have the 
ability to email teachers, have access to classroom information from individual teachers, 



S18 
FLORENCE RIDEOUT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF SEX, RACE, OR NATIONAL ORIGIN 



and download the student handbook into a hard copy. In the future we hope to do even 
more such as contain links to various educational websites, and have the ability to allow 
parents to download school forms. 

Another accomplishment in communication for the 2008-2009 school year was 
the introduction of the Global Connect parent notification system. This electronic 
telephone messaging system allows parents to be notified of no school, delayed opening, 
or early dismissal in a fraction of the time previously needed with the old telephone tree 
system. 

The hardworking Florence Rideout Elementary School PTO continues to 
contribute generously to our school for many educational endeavors throughout the year. 
Its support and financial assistance greatly enhance educational opportunities for our 
students. I sincerely thank the PTO for its ongoing dedication and sponsorship of our 
school. 

In closing, I would like to take this opportunity to thank all teachers, aides, 
support staff, nurse, custodians, lunch staff, bus drivers, and my office staff for their time 
and effort in ensuring the continued successful educational growth in our school. It is my 
heartfelt pleasure to work for the Wilton community. 

Finally, I wish to acknowledge and thank the parents, community, School Board, 
and SAU staff for their support, motivation, and friendship. It is an honor to serve as the 
principal of the Florence Rideout Elementary School. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Kenneth Griffin, Jr. 



S19 



Business Administrator's Report 
Fiscal Year 2007-2008 



This year has been a year of transition; the SAU office relocated from 
New Ipswich to Wilton. One town withdrew from its cooperative 
district; one district withdrew from the SAU; and we said a fond farewell 
to our Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent. Through it all, 
each of the four districts served by SAU 63 ended the year with a 
favorable undesignated fund balance (each district spent less than the 
voters had appropriated). 

This year is the first year in many years in which all districts and the SAU 
underwent extensive financial and control audits by a professional CPA 
audit firm, Plodzik and Sanderson. The auditors spent a total of 52 man- 
days at our office reviewing, sampling, interviewing, checking and 
otherwise auditing the financial systems and records for the SAU and all 
our districts. Although their final reports will not be completed for 
another few months, we have been assured that our records accurately 
reflect the financial condition of each district and the SAU. In other 
words, the combined budgets equaling approximately 27 million dollars 
have been managed and recorded properly by the business office staff 
of three people. 

Our operation is designed to operate quietly in the background, while 
aggressively supporting the educational staffs as they effectively and 
efficiently educate the children of our communities. We expect 2008- 
2009 to be an equally successful year. 



Dan Starr, Business Administrator, SAU 63 



S20 



Title I 

SAU63 

Wilton District 

2007-2008 



The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 uses Title I as a vehicle for the federal 
government's expanded influence in providing at risk students additional assistance 
above and beyond that provided through regular state and local resources. During the 
2007-2008 school year, the Wilton District's Title I allocation provided funds to hire a 
tutor for 15 hours per week. Because of the limited hours of Title I support available to 
Florence Rideout Elementary School (FRES), academic help was given to eligible 
students in grades land 2. 

A core principle of Title I requires that services provided to eligible students must 
supplement the regular educational program, but not supplant it. Title I services at 
Florence Rideout Elementary School provided extra help in foundational reading skills 
with early and intensive research based literacy instruction. An important goal of the Title 
I program is to accelerate student learning by utilizing high quality instructional practices 
that are taught directly, explicitly and systematically. 

No Child Left Behind requirements include higher accountability in using federal 
education funds. Districts are also required to hire "high quality" teachers, encouraged to 
use effective, research-based instructional methods, and provide parent involvement 
activities to facilitate high standards and academic achievement for all children by the 
year 2014. 

Last year, Title I sponsored professional development workshops for teachers, 
including research based instruction to build strong foundational literacy concepts and 
skills. Opportunities for parent involvement included Title I program planning, literacy 
workshops and family events, including our annual fall 2007, Friday Night Pizza event 
and spring 2008, Ice Cream Social. These events provided parents with resources, 
information and support to help parents strengthen their children's learning at home. 

Our Title I staff is committed to provide high quality instruction to help meet the 
individual needs of our diverse learners. We look forward to continue our work with the 
dedicated staff and families of the Wilton District toward closing the academic gap. 



Sally Barrnett, 
Director, Title I 



S21 



2007 - 2008 ANNUAL SCHOOL HEALTH SERVICE REPORT 
FLORENCE RIDEOUT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 



Report of School Nurse - Teacher 

Vision Test 32 

Hearing Test 30 

Inspections 474 
First Aid 4131 

Height & Weights 316 

Communicable Diseases 

Strep Throat 6 

Pediculosis 5 

Fifth Disease 4 

Conjunctivitis 3 

Defects found by School Nurse 

Vision Referrals 9 

Ear Infections 5 

Hearing Referral 4 

Nebulizer Treatments 19 

Staph Skin Infections 2 



Medications Administered 1928 

Ambulance Calls 1 

Conducted: 

Growth and Development Classes Grades 4-6 

Rescue Breathing Classes for 8 Cub Scouts 

Flu Clinic for 17 adults 

Continuing Education Workshops 

School Health Symposium - "Prevent and Protect" 

School Health Symposium - Asthma Conference 



Submitted, 
Diana Zoltko 



S22 



Notice of Public Hearing 

and 

School Administrative Unit No. 63 Meeting 



An SAU No. 63 board meeting will be held on Tuesday, October 14, 2008 at 6:30 p.m followed 

immediately by a public hearing on the proposed SAU 63 budget at 8:00 pm in the library at 

Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative High and Middle School, Wilton, NH 

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



Total Budget 

Minus Anticipated Federal Funding 

Amount to be Shared by Districts 





Geofrey Brock, Chair ■ 


SAU 63 Board 




Proposed Budget: 




2009-2010 


2008-2009 


Office of the Superintendent 




$295,761 


$377,014 


Business Services 




$243,827 


$288,293 


Facilities 




$40,590 


$36,791 




SAU Total 


$580,178 


$702,098 


Special Education Administration 




$193,290 


$287,763 


Psychological Services 




$62,509 


$136,814 


Misc. SPED Grant Services 




$239,762 


$293,935 




Sped Total 


$495,561 


$718,512 




Fed Offset 


imLsm 


(2311,077) 




Sped Apport 


$333,061 


$407,435 


Speech Services 


Speech Total 


$42,129 


$125,701 




Fed Offset 


(121,000) 


(577,142) 




Speech Apport 


$21,129 


$48,559 


OT and PT Services 


OT/PT Total 


$36,563 


$162,655 




Fed Offset 


(518.S0Q) 


(520,158) 




OT/PT Apport 


$18,063 


$142,467 


Title I 


Title 1 Total 


$80,987 


$255,615 




Fed Offset 


($80,987^ 


(5255,§15) 




Title 1 Apport 


$0 


$0 



$1,235,419 $1,964,581 


($282,987) ($664,022) 


$952,432 $1,300,559 



S23 



School Administrative Unit No. 63 Apportionment 
Based on the Proposed 09-10 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. 



2009-2010 Apportionment of Districts 



District 



2006-2007 latestfOS-07) 

Eq.Valuation Val. Ratio ADM In Attend ADM-A Ratio 



Average 2009-10 

Ratio Net Budget 



Witton 


234,040,103 


28.16% 


286.2 


35.83% 


31.99% 


185,600 


Lyndeborough 


74,316,346 


8.94% 


81.2 


10.17% 


9.57% 


55,522 


WLCoop 


340,505,676 


40.97% 


380.1 


47.59% 


44.27% 


256,845 


Mason 


182,230,428 


21.93% 


51.2 


6.41% 


14.17% 


82,211 




831,092,553 


100.00% 


798.7 


100.00% 


100.00% 


580,178 






2008-09 


2008-09 


2009-10 


2009-10 






District 


Ratio 


Net Budget 


Ratio 


Budget 






Wilton 






31.99% 


185,600 






Lyndeborough 






9.57% 


55,522 






WLCoop 






44.27% 


256,845 






MRSD - Masn 






14.17% 


82,211 





100.00% 



580,178 



Special Education Apportionment of Costs Based 
on Number of Students Served as of October 1, 2008: 



District 

Wilton 
Lyndeborough 

WLCoop 
MRSD - Masn 





2009-10 


2009-10 


Students 


Ratio 


Budget 


67 


36.80% 


122,567 


16 


8.80% 


29,309 


71 


39.01% 


129,927 


28 


15.39% 


51,258 



182 



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S26 



FLORENCE RIDEOUT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SUPPORT STAFF 



LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


POSITION 


CAREY 


WILLIAM 


CUSTODIAN -PART TIME 


CARTER 


KELLY 


SECRETARIAL CLERK - PART TIME 


CARUSO 


ANTHONY 


CUSTODIAN 


COUTU 


SHEILA 


AIDE - SPECIAL EDUCATION 


DAILEY 


GISELE 


AIDE - SPECIAL EDUCATION 


DIAMANTOPOULOS 


DEBORAH 


AIDE - SPECIAL EDUCATION 


DUCHARME 


DEBORAH 


AIDE - SPECIAL EDUCATION 


ESHBACK 


KELLY 


AIDE - KINDERGARTEN 


GILBERT 


STEPHANIE 


AIDE 


GORMAN 


MARY 


MENTOR PROGRAM COORDINATOR 


GRIFFIN 


PAMELA 


AIDE - LIBRARY 


HARKLEROAD 


ANN 


AIDE - GENERAL & SPECIAL EDUCATION 


KLAUSNER 


KIMBERLY 


AIDE - SPECIAL EDUCATION 


LACROIX 


EMILY 


AIDE - SPECIAL EDUCATION 


LITTLE 


DONNA 


AIDE - SPECIAL EDUCATION 


MATT 


ERIC 


TECH COORDINATOR 60% 


OLSON 


KATHLEEN 


AIDE - SPECIAL EDUCATION 


POLSON 


PATRICIA 


AIDE - SPECIAL EDUCATION 


REED 


BARRY 


CUSTODIAN 


SALISBURY 


STACIE 


AIDE - SPECIAL EDUCATION 


STEVENS 


PATRICIA 


SECRETARY 


TOWNSEND 


NANCY 


AIDE - GENERAL 



S27 



WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 
STATISTICS FOR SCHOOL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2008 



KINDERGARTEN 



R-6 



7-8 



9-12 



TOTAL 



35 



251 



89 



160 



PERCENT OF ATTENDANCE 
AVERAGE DAILY ATTENDANCE 
AVERAGE DAILY MEMBERSHIP 



93.0 


95.7 


95.1 


94.9 


10.6 


269.5 


73.3 


165.6 


11.46 


281 5 


77.1 


174.4 



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



7 
8 
28 



S28 



Treasurer's Monthly Report 
Wilton School District 
Ending June 30, 2008 



Date 



Source 



Description 



Amount 



06/02/2008 

06/12/2008 
06716/2008 
06/17/2008 
06/19/2008 
06/27/2008 



06/30/2008 



Edmund Heffernan 

Primex 

U.S. Department of Education 

U.S. Department of Education 

State of New Hampshire 

Town of Wilton 

State of New Hampshire 

State of New Hampshire 

State of New Hampshire 

Edmund Heffernan 

Citizens Bank 



Dental Insurance - May 2008 


$ 


72.29 


U/C Audit Refund 


$ 


286.00 


REAP Manifest #14 


$ 


2,335.66 


REAP Manifest #14 


$ 


5,954.96 


Medicaid 


$ 


86.02 


Final 2007/2008 Appropriation 


$ 


181.016.07 


Medicaid 


$ 


69.07 


Medicaid 


$ 


247.50 


Medicaid 


$ 


23.62 


Dental Insurance • June 2008 


$ 


72.29 


Investment Account - Interest 


$ 


113.07 



$ 190,276.55 



For June 2008: 



Received from District 
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 

Total Revenue Received in June 2008 



$ 


181,016.07 


$ 


- 


$ 


426.21 


$ 


• 


$ 


- 


$ 


6,290.62 


$ 


113.07 


$ 


430.58 


$ 


- 


$ 


190,276.55 




Total 


$ 


2,261,512.00 


$ (2,261,512.00) 



District Assessment for FY 2007-2008 
Received from District YTD 

Due from District (balance of year) 



Cash on Hand July 1 , 2007 
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 $ 2,845,849.73 

Less School Board Orders Paid YTD $ (2,819,566.45) 
Balance on Hand per TrewuW t Account $ 204,599.49 



$ 


178,316.21 


$ 


2,261,512.00 


$ 


530,383.67 


$ 


10,551.02 


$ 


14,414.32 


$ 


4,019.25 


$ 


16,857.82 


$ 


2,752.43 


$ 


5,359.22 


$ 


- 



To the Wilton School Board: 

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




Stanley Greene 

Wilton School District Treasurer 



S29 




Plodzik & Sanderson 

Professional Association/Accountants & Auditors 
193 North Main Str eet • Concord « New Hampsh ire • 03301-5063 • 603-225-6996 • FAX-224-1380 



January 20, 2009 



We have completed our fieldwork and are currently in the finalization stage of the audit for the 
Wilton School District for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2008. Unfortunately it will not be ready 
to be included in the School District's annual report. We apologize for any inconvenience this 
causes and will forward the audit report as soon as possible. 



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S31 



WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 
FINANCIAL REPORT OF SCHOOL BOARD 
FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2008 
EXPENDITURES 

INSTRUCTION 

REGULAR EDUCATION PROGRAMS 

1100-112 TEACHER SALARIES $ 824,130.08 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 293,389.03 

430 REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE SERVICES 6,804.99 

610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER/TESTS 26,672.06 

641 BOOKS & OTHER PRINTED MEDIA 19,850.92 

650 COMPUTER SOFTWARE 773.55 

731 NEW EQUIPMENT 888.06 

735 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 2,400.00 

890 MISCELLANEOUS 5,335.00 

1110-114 TEACHER AIDE SALARIES 50,660.72 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 7,374.81 

1120-114 SUBSTITUTE SALARIES 31,931.85 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 2,702.94 

1210 SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS 

112 SPED TEACHER SALARIES 143,488.97 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 53,932.83 

610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER/TEST 412.06 

641 BOOKS AND OTHER PRINTED MEDIA 1,197.27 

650 COMPUTER SOFTWARE 161.29 

731 NEW EQUIPMENT 842.48 

1211-114 SPED TEACHER AIDE SALARIES 108,828.61 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 17,178.98 

1212-122 SPED TUTOR SALARIES/SUMMER PROGRAM 6,925.97 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 503.55 

1213-122 SPED TUTOR SALARIES 1,140.00 

220 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 22.56 

1290 OTHER SPECIAL PROGRAMS 

561 PUBLIC - IN STATE TUITION 14,180.74 

569 PRIVATE IN & OUT OF STATE TUITION 37,469.22 

1410 OTHER INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS 

112 DRAMA STIPEND 2,300.00 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 20.17 

GUIDANCE SERVICES 

2122-112 GUIDANCE SALARIES 33,339.00 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 7,146.19 

323 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES (TESTING) 3,062.50 

610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER/TESTS 593.47 

HEALTH SERVICES 

2134-112 NURSES SALARIES 53,618.00 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 20,108.87 



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610 GENERAL SUPPLIES/PAPER 1,059.02 

SPED SUPPORT SERVICES 

2152=323 SPEECH SERVICES 47,585.37 

2163-323 PT & OT SERVICES 4,080.49 

2190-323 OTHER STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES 2,545.00 

PSYCHOLOGICAL COUNSELING SERVICES 

2143-321 ASSOCIATE PSYCHOLOGIST SALARY 28,490.00 

323 PSCHOLOGICAL COUNSELING SERVICES 1,870.00 

610 GENERAL SUPPLIES/PAPER 72.63 

SPED RELATED SERVICES - SAU 

2159-323 SPEECH SERVICES 9,567.00 

21 61 -323 OCCUPATIONAL & PHYSICAL THERAPY 30,81 6.00 

2162-323 PHYSICAL THERAPY SERVICES 3,270.79 

IMPROVEMENT OF INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES 

2210-290 STAFF DEVELOPMENT 9,215.00 

SUPPORT SERVICES INSTRUCTION 

2212-290 INST. & CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT 357.00 

EDUCATION MEDIA SERVICES 

2221-114 LIBRARY AIDE SALARY 13,468.80 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 2,140.80 

2222-430 REPAIRS & MAINT. SERVICE 843.64 

610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER 1,161.53 

641 BOOKS & OTHER PRINTED MEDIA 5,380.52 

649 OTHER INFORMATION RESOURCES 461.39 

AUDIO VISUAL SERVICES 

2223-610 GENERAL SUPPLIES/PAPER 591.80 

731 NEW EQUIPMENT 309.79 

SCHOOL BOARD SERVICES 

2310-120 CENSUS ENUMERATOR 600.00 

220 SOCIAL SECURITY 45.90 

2311-120 SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS 300.00 

220 SOCIAL SECURITY 4.35 

2312-120 CLERK 100.00 

220 SOCIAL SECURITY 1.44 

2313-120 TREASURER 1,000.00 

220 SOCIAL SECURITY 76.50 

2317-120 AUDITOR 150.00 

220 SOCIAL SECURITY 2.18 

330 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES (AUDIT) 3,695.00 
2318-330 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES (LEGAL) 10,183.21 

331 SPED LEGAL SERVICES 4,174.00 

332 AUDIT 2,500.00 
2319-520 LIABILITY INSURANCE 2,119.91 

534 POSTAGE 683.06 

540 ADVERTISING 2,527.79 

610 GENERAL SUPPLIES/PAPER 368.01 

810 DUES & FEES 2,413.25 

890 MISCELLANEOUS 1,205.00 



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SUPPORT SERVICES - SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION 


2410-113 


PRINCIPAL SALARY 


200 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 


430 


REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE SERVICES 


531 


TELEPHONE 


534 


POSTAGE FEES 


550 


PRINTING 


580 


TRAVEL/CONFERENCES 


610 


GENERAL SUPPLIES/PAPER 


810 


DUES & FEES 


2411-114 


SECRETARIAL SALARIES 


200 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 



EXEC. ADMINISTRATION SERVICES - SAU 

2321-312 OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT 96,659.00 

2332-319 SPECIAL EDUCATION ADMINISTRATION 63,238.00 



80,000.00 
17,851.58 
5,494.45 
4,259.61 
1,010.64 
1,361.00 
170.00 
2,320.12 
1,299.00 

39,917.72 
7,633.66 

OPERATION & MAINTENANCE OF PLANT SERVICES 

2620-114 CUSTODIAN SALARIES 86,583.52 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 28,211.05 

411 WATER/SEWER 12,260.00 

421 DISPOSAL SERVICES 3,220.00 

424 LAWN & GROUNDS CARE 30.54 

430 REPAIRS & MAINT. SERVICES 46,326.61 

520 BUILDING INSURANCE 7,097.09 

580 CUSTODIAL MILEAGE 312.59 

610 GEN. SUPPLIES/PAPER 8,955.43 

622 ELECTRICITY 18,557.28 

624 OIL 51,360.64 

731 NEW EQUIPMENT 2,547.78 

735 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 872.68 

STUDENT TRANSPORTATION SERVICES 

2721-519 STUDENT TRANSPORTATION 97,983.82 

2722-519 SPED TRANSPORTATION 42,394.65 

2725-510 FIELD TRIP TRANSPORTATION 529.30 

INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SERVICES 

2844-112 TECH COORDINATOR 27,929.62 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 2,275.65 

290 WORKSHOPS & CONFERENCES 200.00 

580 TRAVEL 195.80 

610 SUPPLIES 989.99 

731 NEW EQUIPMENT 919.15 

ARCHITECTURAL/ENGINEERING SERVICES 

4300-720 BUILDING EVALUATION WARRANT ARTICLE 5,000.00 

FUND TRANSFERS 

5251-930 CAPITAL RESERVE FUND 20,000.00 



TOTAL EXPENDITURES $ 2,760,790.88 



S3A 



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 
2006-2007 

319,152.55 

106,987.47 

86.00 

87,697.11 

78,876.60 


Expenditure Amount 
2007-2008 

332,021.47 

191,462.65 

2,685.73 

51,649.96 

42,394.65 


Total Expenditures 


592,799.73 


620,214.46 


Itemized Revenue Sources 

1.) Catastrophic Aid 
2.) Equitable Education Aid 
3.) IDEA Entitlement (Grant) 
4.) Medicaid 


Revenue Amount 
2006-2007 

62,712.00 
197,417.00 

6,806.23 


Revenue Amount 
2007-2008 

2,130.67 
152,678.00 

10,551.02 


Total Revenues 


266,935.23 


165,359.69 


Actual District Cost for 
Special Education 


325,864.50 


454,854.77 



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WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 
STATEMENT OF ANALYSIS OF CHANGES IN FUND EQUITY 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2008 



FUND EQUITY JULY 1,2007 



GENERAL 


FEDERAL 


CAPITAL RESERVE 


FUND 


FUND 


FUND 


184,17081 




$ 81,587.95 



ADDITIONS: 
REVENUE 



$ 2,818,211.09 



$ 16,857.82 



23,74870 



DELETIONS: 
EXPENDITURES 



$ 2,797,782.41 



$ 16,857.82 



FUND EQUITY JUNE 30, 2008 



$ 204,599.49 



$ 105,336.65 



ASSETS 

CASH 

TOTAL ASSETS 



WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT BALANCE SHEET 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2008 



$ 204,599.49 
$ 204,599.49 



$ 105,336.65 
$ 105,336.65 



TOTAL LIABILITIES 



FUND EQUITY 

RESERVED FOR SPECIAL PURPOSES 
RESERVED FOR ENCUMBRANCES $ 50,862.36 
RESERVED FOR AMOUNTS VOTED $ 20,000.00 
UNRESERVED FUND BALANCE $ 133,737.13 



$ 105,336.65 



TOTAL LIABILITIES & FUND EQUITY $ 204,599.49 



$ 105,336.65 



S36 



Regular Education 
Account Number 

1100 

1410-90 

2122 

2134 

2210/12 

2221/2223 

2310/19 

2321 

2410/11/90 

2620 

2721/25 

2844 

5110-5120 



Wilton School District 
Budget Comparison 2009-2010 



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 

Debt Service 



Voted 


Voted 


Proposed 




2007-2008 


2008-2009 


2009-2010 


Plus/Minus 


1,372,221 


1,340,600 


1,260,949 


-79,652 


2,500 











43,595 


47,981 


38,329 


-9,652 


75,259 


77,664 


48,015 


-29,649 


12,001 


12,001 


11,501 


-500 


26,486 


28,882 


28,149 


-733 


20,810 


27,730 


27,986 


256 


96,659 


107,842 


185,600 


77,758 


173,841 


164,071 


169,305 


5,234 


270,033 


271,467 


285,024 


13,557 


96,563 


108,055 


110,055 


2,000 


30,985 


31,640 


31,127 


-513 

















Regular Education Totals 


2,220,954 


2,217,933 


2,196,040 


-21,894 
-0.99% 


Special Education 




Voted 


Voted 


Proposed 




Account Number 




2006-2007 


2006-2007 


2009-2010 


Plus/Minus 


1210 


Special Education 


357,155 


361,153 


332,898 


-28,255 


1290 


SPED Tuition 


53,201 


87,875 


79,882 


-7,993 


2142/2190 


SPED Support Services 


82,080 


158,855 


187,220 


28,365 


2143 


Psychological Counseling Services 


33,465 


31,981 


34,861 


2,880 


2159/61 


SPED Related Services (SAU) 


40,383 


42,398 


22,010 


-20,388 


2332 


Special Administration Services (SAU) 


63,238 


63,804 


122,567 


58,763 


2722 


SPED Transportation Services 


60,700 


58,680 


46,200 


-12,480 




Special Education Totals 


690,222 


804,746 


825,638 


20,892 
3.0% 




Operating Grand Total 


2,911,176 


3,022,679 


3,021,678 


-1,002 


Separately voted warrants 










-0.03% 










Account Number 












4300 


Architecture & Engineering Services 





50,000 





-50,000 


4600 


Special Warrant - Boiler Replacement 








45,000 


45,000 


5221/51 


Reserve Account Transfers 


20,000 


20,000 


50,000 


30,000 




Grand Total 


2,931,176 


3,092,679 


3,116,678 


23,999 
0.78% 



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Updated 01/29/2009, Printed 2/10/2009 



Wilton School District Budget 2009-2010 



1of8 



Wilton School District 


Expended 


Voted 


Voted 


Proposed 


Change 


Florence Rideout Elementary School 


2007-2008 


2007-2008 


2008-2009 


2009-2010 


09 vs. 10 


I 










Regular Education Programs 










1100 112 (Teacher Salaries 


824,130.08 


879,612 


854,667 


784,695 




1100 211iMedical Insurance 


168,556.56 


180,576 


190,623 


193,503 




1100 212 Dental Insurance 


12,119.47 


8,754 


8,827 


8,342 




1100 213 Life Insurance 


981.20 


1,094 


1,094 


1,037 




1100 214 Disability Insurance 


2,426.35 


2,574 


2,556 


2,325 




1100 220 Social Security 


60,369.42 


67,290 


65,282 


60,029 




1100 232 Retirement 


44,851.81 


49,112 


47,608 


50,566 




1100 250 Unemployment 


742.96 


760 


760 


720 




1100 


260 


Workers' Compensation 


3,341.26 


4,750 


4,615 


4,080 


















Total 


1,117,519.11 


1,194,522 


1,176,032 


1,105,297 


















i 




i I 


1100 


430 Repairs & Maintenance Services 


6,804.99 


5,000 


6,200 


6,200' 


1100 


610 General Supplies/Paper/Tests 


26,672.06 


35,449 


33,791 


29,920 


1100 


641 Books & Other Printed Media 


19,850.92 


20,083 


15.000 


30,658 


1100 


650 Computer Software 


773.55 


1,000 


500 


250 




1100 731 New Equipment 


888.06 


887 


595 


250 




1100| 735 Replacement Equipment 


2,400.00 


2,400 


1 


275 




1100' 890 Miscellaneous 


5,335.00 


6,300 


2,300 


2,300 










Total 


62,724.58 


71,119 


58,387 


69,853 












! i 


1110 114 Teacher Aide Salaries 


50,660.72 


57,909 


56,643 


44,400 




1110 211 Medical Reimbursement 


3,170.00 


3,917 


3,900 


3,200 




1110 213 Life Insurance 


172.80 








173 




1110 220 Social Security 


3,875.60 


3,794 


4,333 


3,397 




1110 250 Unemployment 


156.41 


160 


200 


120 




1110 


260 Workers' Compensation 


0.00 





306 


231 
















Total 


58,035.53 


65,780 


65,382 


51,521 


















1120 114 Substitute Salaries 


31,931.85 


29,600 


29,600 


29,600 




1120 220 Social Security 


2,442.83 


2,264 


2,264 


2,264 




1120 250 Unemployment 


78.21 


80 


80 


80 




1120 260 1 Workers' Compensation 


112.55 


160 


160 


160 




















Total 


34,565.44 


32,104 


32,104 


32,104 


































1130 


1 14 Homebound Tutor Salaries 


0.00 


8,000 


8,000 


2,000 




1130 


220 Social Security 


0.00 


612 


612 


153 




1130 


250 Unemployment 


39.10 


40 


40 


10 




1 1 30 260 Workers' Compensation 


30.25 


43 


43 


11 




| 








Total 


69.35 


8,695 


8,695 


2,174 














Regular Education Totals 


1,272,914.01 


1,372,220 


1,340,600 


1,260,949 


•79,652 














-5.94% 



Proposed 09-10 Budget 



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Updated 01/29/2009, Printed 2/10/2009 



Wilton School District Budget 2009-2010 



2 of 8 







Wilton School District 


Expended 


Voted 


Voted 


I Proposed 


Change 






Florence Rideout Elementary School 


2007-2008 


2007-2008 


2008-2009 


| 2009-2010 


09 vs. 10 
















Special Education Programs 










1210 1 112 SPED Teacher Salaries 


143,488.97 


154,704 


156,605 


116,995 




1210 


211 Medical Insurance 


31,555.14 


35,909 


22,000 


18,025 




1210 


212 Dental Insurance 


1,655.82 


1,924 


1,940 


1,455 




1210 


213 Life Insurance 


206.40 


230 


230 


173 




1210 


214 Disability Insurance 


426.28 


495 


501 


374 




1210 


220 Social Security 


10,964.98 


11,835 


11,980 


8,950 




1210 


232 Retirement 


8,380.44 


8,973 


9,083 


8,038 




1210 


250 'Unemployment 


156.41 


160 


160 


128 




1210 260 


Workers' Compensation 


587.36 


835 


846 


608 












Total 


197,421.80 


215,065 


203,345 


154,746 


























1210; 430 


Repairs & Maintenance Services 


0.00 


615 


500 


250 




1210 


610 


General Supplies/Paper/Tests 


412.06 


1,025 


1,000 


1,000 




1210 


641 


Books & Other Printed Media 


1,197.27 


1,435 


1,400 


1,400 




1210 


650 


Computer Software 


161.29 


615 


700 


700 




1210 


731 


New Equipment 


842.48 


820 


850 


850 


1210 


735 


Replacement Equipment 


0.00 


410 


470 


470| 




















Total 


2,613.10 


4,920 


4,920 


4,670 






















! 






1211 


114 


SPED Aide Salaries 


108,828.61 


104,812 


117,246 


134,059 




1211 


211 


Medical Reimbursement 


7,563.19 


8,200 


10,140 


11,400 




1211 


213 


Life Insurance 


504.00 








576 




1211 


220 


Social Security 


8,325.44 


7,655 


8,969 


10,256 




1211 


250 


Unemployment 


391.03 


400 


360 


380 




1211 


260 


Workers' Compensation 


395.32 


562 


632 


697 
























Total 


126,007.59 


121,629 


137,347 


157,368 
































1212 


122 


SPED Tutor Salaries (Summer) 


6,925.97 


11,200 


11,200 


12,650 




1212 


220 j Social Security 


302.20 


857 


857 


968 




1212 


232 Retirement 


104.40 


650 


650 


734 


1212 


250, Unemployment 


54.74 


56 


56 


63 


1212 


260 Workers' Compensation 


42.21 


60 


60 


68 
















Total 


7,429.52 


12,823 


12,823 


14,483 












I 












1213 


122 


SPED Tutor Salaries 


1,140.00 


2,500 


2,500 


1,500 




1213 


220 


Social Security 


0.00 


190 


191 


115 




1213 


250 Unemployment 


12.71 


13 


13 


8 


1213 


260 1 Workers' Compensation 


9.85 


14 


14 


8 














Total 


1,162.56 


2,717 


2,718 


1,631 
















Special Education Totals 


334,634.57 


357,154 


361,153 


332,898 


-28,255 










-7.82% 






Proposed 09-10 Budget 



S39 



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Wilton School District Budget 2009-2010 



3 of 8 





Wilton School District 




Expended 


Voted 


Voted 


Proposed 


Change 






Florence Ride out Elementary School 


2007-2008 


2007-2008 


2008-2009 


2009-2010 


09 vs. 10 








Other Special Programs 




1290 


561 Public - In State Tuition 




14,180.74 


18,000 


22,900 


79,880 






1290 


562 Public - Out of State Tuition 




0.00 


1 


1 


1 






1290 


564 private In & Out of State Tuition 




37,46922 


35,200 


64,974 


1 











Total 


51,64996 


53,201 


87,875 


79,882 










i 




Other Special Program Totals 


51,649.96 


53,201 


87,875 


79,882 




i 








Other Instructional Programs 








1410 


112 Drama Stipend 




2,300.00 


2,300 












1410 


220 Social Security 




000 


176 












1410 


250 Unemployment 




11.73 


12 












1410 


260 Workers' Compensation 




8.44 


12 





o 


! 


1410 


321 Drama Stipend-Contracted Serv 




0.00 













1490 


810 Environmental Camp 




0.00 








o 














Total 


2,320.17 


2.500.00 


0.00 













Guidance Services 




2122 


112 Guidance Salaries 




33,339 00 


30,611 


34,340 


25,071 






2122 


211 Medical Insurance 




4,374.00 


6,548 


6,487 


6,810 






2122 


212 Dental Insurance 




33558 


289 


291 


291 






2122 


220 Social Security 




2,281.45 


2,342 


2,627 


1,918 






2122 


250 Unemployment 




39.10 


40 


40 


40 






2122 


260 Workers' Compensation 




116.06 


165 


185 


130 










Total 


40,485.19 


39,995 


43,970 


34,260 










I 




2122 


323 Professional Services (Testing) 




3,062.50 


3,000 


3,200 


3,200 






2122 


610 General Supplies/Paper/Tests 




593.47 


600 


811 


869 
















Total 


3,655.97 


3,600 


4,011 


4,069 
















Guidance Services Totals 


44,141.16 


43,595 


47,981 


38,329 


-9,652 










-20.12% 




Hearth Services 










2134 


112 Nurses Salaries 




... 

53,618.00 


53,618 


55,462 


38,187 






2134 


211 Medical Insurance 




12,216.60 


12,224 


12,107 


1,000 






2134 


212 Dental Insurance 




440.92 


481 


485 


485 






2134 


213 Life Insurance 




57.60 


58 


58 


58 






2134 


214 ( Disability Insurance 




169.92 


172 


177 


122 






2134 


220 Social Security 




3,870.98 


4,102 


4,243 


2,921 




2134 


232 Retirement 




3,109.76 


3,110 


3,217 


2,658 




2134 


250 Unemployment 




39.10 


40 


40 


40 






2134 


260 Workers' Compensation 




203.99 


290 


299 


199 
















I 


Total 


73,726.87 


74,095 


76,088 


45,670 












2134 


430 Repairs & Maintenance Services 




0.00 


1 


1 


379 






2134 


580 Travel/Conference 




0.00 


50 


50 


50 






2134 


610 General Supplies/Paper 




1,059.02 


1,110 


1,474 


1,478 






2134 


731 New Equipment 




0.00 















2134 


735 Replacement Equipment 




0.00 


1 


1 


302 






2134 


610 Dues & Fees 




0.00 


1 


50 


135 






2134 


890 Miscellaneous 




0.00 


1 





1 












Total 


1,059.02 


1,164 


1,576 


2,345 






Health Services Totals 


74,785.89 


75,259 


77,664 


48,015 


-29,649 






-38.18% 





Proposed 09-10 Budget 



S40 



Updated 01/29/2009, Printed 2710/2009 



Wilton School District Budget 2009-2010 



4 of 8 





Wilton School District 


Expended 


Voted 


Voted 


Proposed 


Change 




Florence Rideout Elementary School 


2007-2008 


2007-2008 


2008-2009 


2009-2010 


09 vs. 10 














SPED Support Services 








2142 323 


Psychological Testing Services 


0.00 


1,000 


7,460 


7,460 




2152 323 


Speech Services 


47,585.37 


54,000 


67,320 


64,800 




2153 323 


Audiological Testing Services 


0.00 


1,000 


1,200 


1,200 




2163 


323 


PT & OT Services 


4,080.49 


4,680 


44,550 


45,360 




2190 


323 


Other Student Support Services 


2,545.00 


21,400 


38,325 


68,400 






















Total 


54,210.86 


82,080 


158,855 


187,220 


















SPED Support Services Totals 


54,210.86 


82,080 


158,855 


187,220 


28,365 












17.86% 














Psychological Counseling Services 










2143 114 


Associate Psychologist Salary 


0.00 








o| 


2143 220 


Social Security 


0.00 













2143 232 


Retirement 


0.00 













2143 250 


Unemployment 


0.00 













2143 260 


Workers' Compensation 


0.00 













2143 321 


Associate Psychologist-Contracted 


28,490.00 


31,680 


31,680 


34,560 




2143 323 


Psychological Counseling Services 


1,870.00 


1,485 


1 


1 




















Total 


30,360.00 


33,165.00 


31,681.00 


34,561 


* 










2143 580 


Travel/Conferences 


0.00 


150 


150 


150' 


2143 610 


General Supplies/Paper 


72.63 


150 


150 


150 














Total 


72.63 


300 


300 


300 














Psychological Service Totals 


30,432.63 


33,465 


31,981 


34,861 


2,880 












9.01% 








i 




SPED Related Services - SAU 








2159 


323 


Speech Services 


9,567.00 


9,567 


8,847 


10,894 




2161 


323 


O.T. and P.T. Services 


30,816.00 


30,816 


33,551 


11,116 




2162 


323 


PTSvcs 


3,270.79 

























Total 


43,653.79 


40,383 


42,398 


22,010 
















SPED Related Serv. SAU Totals 


43,653.79 


40,383 


42,398 


22,010 


•20,388 


i 






-48.09% 










Improvement of Instruction Services 








2210 240 


Tuition Reimbursement 


0.00 





1,000 







2210 290 


Staff Development 


9,215.00 


10,000 


10,000 


10,000 




2210 291 


Staff Development 


0.00 


1,000 





1,000 




2210 649 


Other Information Resources 


0.00 


1 


1 


1 






' 








Total 


9,215.001 


11,001 


11,001 


11,001 


























Impr. of Instr, Services Totals 


9,215.00, 


11,001 


11,001 


11,001 











0.00% 



Proposed 09-10 Budget 



S41 



Updated 01/29/2009, Printed 2/10/2009 



Wilton School District Budget 2009-2010 



5 of 8 





Wilton School District 


Expended 


Voted 


Voted 


Proposed Change 




Florence Rideout Elementary School 


2007-2008 


2007.2008 


2008.2009 


2009-2010 09 vs. 10 






Support Services - Instruction 


I 




2212 290 


Inst. & Curriculum Development 


357.00 


1,000 


1,000 


500 














Total 


357 00 


1,000 


1,000 


500 












Support Serv. Instr. Totals 


357.00 


1,000 


1,000 


500 -500 






-50.00% 


Educational Media Services 




2221 114 


Library Aide Salary 


13,468.80 


15,053 


16,099 


16,099 


2221 211 Medical Reimbursement 


1,000.00 


1,000 


1,200 


1,200 


2221 213 Life Insurance 


14.40 








58 




2221; 220 Social Security 


1,030.32 


1,152 


1,232 


1,232 




2221 250, Unemployment 


39.10 


40 


40 


40 i 


222 1 260 Workers' Compensation 


56.98 


81 


87 


87 1 
















Total 


15,609.60 


17,326 


18,658 


18,716 










2222 430 


Repairs & Maintenance Services 


843 64 


888 


950 


950 




2222 610 General Supplies/Paper 


1,161.53 


1,305 


800 


800 




2222 641 Books & Other Printed Media 


5,380.52 


5,500 


5,500 


5,500 




2222 649 Other Information Resources 


461.39 


487 


480 


480 i 


2222 731 New Equipment 


0.00 


1 


1 


1 ' 


2222 


735 Replacement of Equipment 


0.00 


1 


1 


1! 




! i I i ; ! 




Total 


7,847 08 


8,182 


7,732 


7,732 








' 




Audio Visual Services 






2223 


610 General Supplies/Paper 


591.80 


600 


600 


800; 


2223 


650 Computer Software 


0.00 


1 


1 


1 


2223 


731 New Equipment 


309 79 


376 


1,000 


600 


2223 


735 Replacement of Equipment 


0.00 


1 


891 


300 








i i 






Total 


901.59 


978 


2,492 


1.701 






















Media/A. V. Services Totals 


24,358.27 


26,486 


28,882 


28,149 


-733 










I 


-2.54% 


School Board Services 






2310 120 Census Enumerator 


600.00 


600 


600 


600; 


2310 220 Social Security 


45.90 


46 


46 


46 


231 1 1 120 School Board Members 


300.00 


300 


300 


300 


2311 220 Social Security 


4.35 


23 


23 


23 1 


2312 120 Clerk 


100.00 


50 


50 


50: 


2312 220 Social Security 


1.44 


4 


4 


4; 


2313 120 


Treasurer 


1,000.00 


1,000 


1,200 


1,200 


2313 220 


Social Security 


76.50 


46 


46 


46 


2314 120 


Ballot Clerks/Moderator 


0.00 


50 


50 


50i 


2314; 220 


Social Security 


0.00 


4 


4 


4 


2317! 120 


Auditor 


150.00 


150 


8,000 


o 


2317! 220 Social Security 


2.18 


12 


12 







231 7 | 330 


Professional Services (Audit) 


3,695.00 








9,000 




2318 330 


Professional Services (Legal) 


10,183.21 


3,000 


3,000 


3,000 


231 8 331 SPED Legal Services 


4,174.00 


3,500 


3,500 


3,500 


2318 332 Audit 


2,500.00 













2319 319 Supervisors/Town 


0.00 


75 


75 


75 




2319 520 SB. Liability Insurance 


2,119.91 


2,500 


2,120 


1,638 




2319 534 Postage 


683.06 


1,900 


1,750 


1,500 















Proposed 09-10 Budget 



S42 



Updated 01/29/2009, Printed 2/10/2009 



Wilton School District Budget 2009-2010 



6 of 8 







Wilton School District 


Expended 


Voted 


Voted 


Proposed 


Change 






Florence Rideout Elementary School 


2007-2008 


2007-2008 


2008-2009 


2009-2010 


09 vs. 10 


















School Board Services continued 












2319 


540 i Advertising 


2,527.79 


3,500 


3,200 


3,200 




2319 


610 


General Supplies/Paper 


368.01 


500 


400 


400 




2319 


810 


Dues & Fees 


2,413.25 


2,850 


2,850 


2,850 




2319 


890 


Miscellaneous 


1,205.00 


700 


500 


500 






















Total 


32,149.60 


20,810 


27,730 


27,986 
























School Board Services Totals 


32,149.60 


20,810 


27,730 


27,986 


256 
















0.92% 


































Executive Administration Services SAU 












2321 


312! Office of the Superintendent 


96,659.00 


96,659 


107,842 


185,600 






I 












Total 


96,659.00 


96,659 


107,842 


185,600 


















Specific Area Administration Services SAU 










2332 319 SPED Administration 


63,238.00 


63,238 


63,804 


122,567 




















Total 


63,238.00 


63,238 


63,804 


122,567 






i 












SAU Administration Totals 


159,897.00 


159,897 


171,646 


308,167 


136,521 




"T 








79.54% 




i 






















Support Services - School Administration 










2410 


113 Principal Salary 


80,000.00 


81,722 


77,250 


79,568 




2410 


211 Medical Insurance 


6,108.40 


16,995 


6,054 


6,355 




2410 


212 Dental Insurance 


440.64 


481 


485 


441 




2410 


213 Life Insurance 


57.60 


58 


58 


58 




2410 


214 Disability Insurance 


236.00 


246 


247 


255 




2410 


220 


Social Security 


6,020.98 


6,252 


5,910 


6,087 




2410 


232 


Retirement 


4,640.06 


4,740 


4,481 


5,377 




2410 


250 


Unemployment 


39.10 


40 


40 


40 




2410 


260 


Workers' Compensation 


308.80 


439 


417 


414 
























Total 


97,851.58 


110,973 


94,942 


98,595 




































2410 


430 


Repairs & Maintenance Services 


5,494.45 


5,500 


2,000 


3,040 




2410 


442 


Equip Rental/Lease 


0.00 





7,200 


7,200 




2410 


531 


Telephone 


4,259.61 


4,300 


4,000 


4,500 




2410 


534 


Postage 


1,010.64 


800 


750 


800 




2410 


550 


Printing 


1,361.00 


1,300 


1,250 


1,300 




2410 


580 


Travel/Conferences 


170.00 


500 


500 


500 




2410 


610 


General Supplies/Paper 


2,320.12 


3,000 


2,800 


2,800 




2410 


650 


Computer Software 


0.00 


300 


300 


1 




2410 


735 


Replacement Equipment 


0.00 





1,200 


1 




2410 


810 


Dues & Fees 


1,299.00 


640 


1,500 


1,500 






















Total 


15,914.82 


16,340 


21,500 


21,642 



















Proposed 09-10 Budget 



Updated 01/29/2009, Printed 2/10/2009 



S4T 



Wilton School District Budget 2009-2010 



7 of 8 





Wilton School District 


Expended 


Voted 


Voted 


Proposed 


Change 




Florence Rideout Elementary School 


2007-2008 


2007-2008 


2008-2009 


2009-2010 


09 vs. 10 






Support Services - School Adm continued 


2411 


114 Secretarial Salary 


39,917.72 


38,626 


39,592 


40,779 




2411 


211 Medical Insurance 


1,000.00 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 




2411 


212 Dental Insurance 


• 440.64 


481 


485 


441 




2411 


213 Life Insurance 


57.60 


58 


58 


58 




2411 


214 Disability Insurance 


0.00 













2411 


220 Social Security 


3,130.27 


2,955 


3,013 


3,120 




2411 


231 Retirement 


2,779.92 


2,621 


2,687 


2,878 




2411 


250 Unemployment 


78.21 


80 


80 


80 




2411 


260 Workers' Compensation 


147.02 


209 


214 


212 








I 




Total 


47,551.38 


46,030 


47,129 


48,568 




















2490 890 Assembly Expense 


0.00 


500 


500 


500 


















Total 


0.00 


500 


500 


500 








I 




I 
















School Administration Totals 


161,317.78 


173,843 


164,071 


169,305 


5,234 










3.19% 












Operation & Maintenance of Plant Services 








2620 114 Custodial Salaries 


86,583.52 


83,305 


85,212 


84,807 


2620 211 Medical Insurance 


12,998.27 


16,867 


16,218 


17,025 


2620 212 Dental Insurance 


794.84 


962 


970 


882 




2620 213 Life Insurance 


127.60 


115 


115 


115 




2620 214 Disability Insurance 


0.00 













2620 220 Social Security 


6,499.93 


6,373 


6,519 


6,486 




2620 231 Retirement 


5,578.42 


5,316 


5,450 


5,839 




2620 250 Unemployment 


131.97 


135 


134 


120J 


2620 260 Workers' Compensation 


2,080.02 


2,957 


3,025 


3,265 


















Total 


114,794.57 


116,030 


117,643 


118,541 






| 






















2620 411 Water/Sewer 


12,260.00 


14,000 


14,000 


14,000, 


2620 421 Disposal Services 


3,220.00 


3,300 


3,300 


3,300 




2620 422 Snow Plowing Services 


0.00 


400 


400 


400 




2620 424 Lawn & Grounds Care 


30.54 


600 


600 


50 




2620 430 Repairs & Maintenance Services 


46,326.61 


34,050 


34,850 


39,850, 


2620 520 Building Insurance 


7,097.09 


8,258 


7,097 


5,481 




2620 580 Custodial Mileage 


312.59 


700 


500 


400 




2620 610 General Supplies/Paper 


8,955.43 


9,500 


10,000 


12,000' 


2620 622 Electricity 


18,557.28 


20,800 


20,800 


22,800 




2620 624 Oil 


51,360.64 


60,000 


62,275 


68,200 




2620 731 New Equipment 


2,547.78 


1,040 


1 


1 


2620 735 Replacement Equipment 


872.68 


1,355 


1 


1 










Total 


151,540.64 


154,003 


153,824 


166,483 




, 








Operation & MainL Totals 


266,335.21 


270,033 


271,467 


285,024 


13,557 


4.99% 



Proposed 09-10 Budget 



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Wilton School District Budget 2009-2010 



8 of 8 





Wilton School District 


Expended 


Voted 


Voted 


Proposed 


Change 




Florence Rideout Elementary School 


2007-2008 


2007-2008 


2008-2009 


2009-2010 


09 vs. 10 




i 










Student Transportation Services 










2721 


519 Student Transportation 


97,983.82 


95,763 


107,255 


109,255 




2722 


519 SPED Transportation (All) 


42,394.65 


60,700 


58,680 


46,200 




2725 


510 


Field Trip Transportation 


529.30 


800 


800 


800 






















Total 


140,907.77 


157,263 


166,735 


156,255 
























Student Transportation Totals 


140,907.77 


157,263 


166,735 


156,255 




















information Management Services 












2844 


112 


Technology Coordinator 


27,929.62 


26,353 


27,144 


25,585 




2844 


211 


Medical Insurance 


0.00 













2844 


212 


Dental Insurance 


0.00 













2844 


213 


Life Insurance 


0.00 





o 







2844 


220 


Social Security 


2,136.64 


2,016 


2,076 


1,957 




2844 


231 


Retirement 


0.00 













2844 


250 


Unemployment 


39.12 


40 


40 


40 




2844 


260 


Workers' Compensation 


99.89 


142 


147 


133 

























Total 


30,205.27 


28,551.00 


29,407 


27,715 





















2844 


290 


Workshops/Conferences 


200.00 


200 


400 


400 




2844 


430 Repairs & Maintenance Services 


0.00 





630 


630 




2844 


580 Travel 


195.80 


200 


200 


200 




2844 


61 0j Supplies 


989.99 


1,000 


1,000 


1,500 




2844 


650|Comuter Software 


0.00 





1 


680 




2844 


731 


New Equipment 


919.15 


1,033 


1 


1 




2844 


734 


Mobile Computer Lab Warrant Article 


0.00 













2844 


735 


Replacement Equipment 


0.00 


1 


1 


1 
























Total 


2,304.94 


2,434 


2,233 


3,412 






















Info. Management Services Totals 


32,510.21 


30,985 


31,640 


31,127 


-513 
















-1.62% 


Debt Service 










5110 


910 Principal on Debt/Bond 


0.00 













5120 


830 Interest on Debt/Bond 


0.00 





o 









i 












Total 


0.00 





0, 



























Debt Service Total 


0.00 

































Operating Grand Total 


2,735,790.88 


2,911,175 


3,022,679 


3,021,678 


-1,002 
















-0.03% 


















Sepai 


■ately Voted Reserve Accounts/Warrants 




























4300 


720 


Building Evaluation Warrant Article 


5,000.00 













4300 


720 


Architectural Warrant Article 


0.00 





50,000 







4600 


735 


Boiler Replacement Warrant 


0.00 








45,000 




5222 


930 


Special Revenue Funds 


0.00 













5251 


930 


Capital Reserve Fund 


20,000.00 


20,000 


20,000 


50,000 






















Separately voted accounts total 


25,000.00 


20,000 


70,000 


95,000 


25,000 
















35.71% 






















Grand Total 


2,760,790.88 


2,931,175 


3,092,679 


3,116,678 


23,999 














0.78% 



Proposed 09-10 Budget 



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Wilton School District- Projected Revenues 
2009-2010 





Actual 


Planned 


2008-2009 


Estimated 


Revenue Sources 


2007-2008 


2008-2009 Received to date 


2009-2010 


Revenue from Local Sources: 










1300-1349 SPED Tuition 


14,414.32 


0.00 


17,126.62 


0.00 


1 500-1 599 Earnings on Investments 


6,771.68 


8,500.00 


4,252.62 


8,500.00 


1900-1999 Other Revenue 










1910 Use of Facility 


30.00 


0.00 


0.00 




1920 Trust Funds 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


1980 Prior Year 


399.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


1990 Other Local 


4.00 


0.00 


25.00 


0.00 


Revenue from State Sources: 










31 1 1 Equitable Education Aid 


528,253.00 


528,253.00 


369,778.00 


711,802.00 


3210 Building Aid 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


3230 Catastrophic Aid 


2,130.67 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


Revenue from Federal Sources: 










4100-4539 Title II, IV, VI, Class Size 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


4580 Medicaid 


10,551.02 


0.00 


9,831.63 


0.00 


Transfers from Other Funds: 










5210 From Fund Balance 


0.00 


20,000.00 


20,000.00 


50,000.00 


5251 From Capital Reserve 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


Total Projected Revenues 


562,553.69 


556,753.00 


421,013.87 


770,302.00 



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WILTON - LYNDEBOROUGH 
COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT 



WILTON and LYNDEBOROUGH 
NEW HAMPSHIRE 




ANNUAL REPORT 



Year Ending June 30, 2008 



INDEX 
WILTON/LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT 



Administrative Reports: 

School Board Chairman S67 

Superintendent S68 

Assistant Superintendent S71 

Principal S73 

Business Administrator S74 

Title I Director S75 

Auditor's Report S82 

Budget Comparison S95 

Expenditures S88 

Graduates S77 

Health Service Report S76 

Long Term Debt on Building Project S86 

Projected Revenues S94 

SAU 63 Budget S83 

School Board Budget S96 

School District Officers S49 

Special Education Expenditures S87 

Staff S78 

Statement of Analysis of Changes in Fund Equity S93 

Statement of Revenues S92 

Statistics S80 

Synopsis of 2008 District Meeting & Elections S54 

Treasurer's Report S81 

Warrant for Election of Officers S2 

Warrant for District Meeting S50 



WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE 
SCHOOL DISTRICT OFFICERS 



Moderator: 
Clerk: 
Treasurer: 
Auditor : 



Mr. Walter Holland 
Mr. Andy M. Philippy 
Mr. Stanley Greene 
Ms. Sharon Boisvert 



2009 
2009 

Appointed 
2009 



SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS 



Chair: 
Members: 



Mr. Tony Lynch, Wilton 

Mr. Dion Lewis, Wilton 

Mr. Harry Dailey, Wilton 

Mr. Robert Nields, Lyndeborough 

Mr. Matthew Ballou, Lyndeborough 



2009 
2010 
2011 
2009 
2011 



Wilton 

Wilton 

Wilton 

Lyndeborough 

Lyndeborough 



BUDGET COMMITTEE MEMBERS 
Ms. Deb Ducharme 
Ms. Kelly Eshback 
Ms. Kim Reynolds 
Mr. William Ball 
Ms. Ann Harkleroad 



2009 
2010 
2011 
2010 
2011 



SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 
Dr. Leo P. Corriveau 

ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 
Mr. Trevor Ebel 

PRINCIPAL 
Mr. Jon Ingram 

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL 
Ms. Susan Ballou 



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STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT WARRANT 

FOR ELECTION OF OFFICERS ON MARCH 10. 2009 

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 tenth day of March 2009 - 
Wilton voters at the Wilton Town Hall at 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon 
and Lyndeborough voters at the Lyndeborough Town Hall at 8:00 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 ensumg three (3) years; one (1) Member of the School Board, by 
ballot, from the Town of Lyndeborough for the ensuing three (3) years. 



3 . To choose one ( 1 ) Member of the Budget Committee, by ballot, from the Town of 

Wilton for the ensuing three (3) years. 



4. To choose one (1) Clerk, by ballot, for the ensuing year. 



Polls will not close before 7:00 P.M. 



GIVEN UNDER OUR HANDS AT SAID WILTON THIS DAY OF FEBRUARY, 

2009 



Tony Lynch Dion Lewis Harry Dailev 

Robert Nields Matthew Ballou SCHOOL BOARD 

A true copy attest: 



SCHOOL BOARD 



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STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT WARRANT 

FOR ANNUAL DISTRICT MEETING ON MARCH 6, 2009 

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 March 6, 2009 at 
Seven (7:00) o'clock in the afternoon to act upon the following: 

Notice: School District Officers to be elected at the Town Meeting to be held at the Wilton Town Hall in 
Wilton at 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon and at the Lyndeborough Town Hall in Lyndeborough at 8:00 
o'clock in the forenoon on Tuesday, March 10, 2009. 

5. To see if the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District will vote to raise and appropriate 
the sum of five million nine hundred sixty-one thousand four hundred sixty nine dollars ($5,961,469) 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. 

6. To see if the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District will vote to approve the cost 
items included in the collective bargaining agreement reached between the Wilton-Lyndeborough 
Cooperative School Board and the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative Teachers' Association which calls 
for the following increases in salaries and benefits: 

Year Estimated Increase 

2009-2010 $ 62,263 

and further to raise and appropriate the sum of $ 62,263 for the 2009-2010 fiscal year, such sum 
representing the additional costs attributable to the increase in salaries and benefits over those of the 
appropriation at the current staffing levels paid in the current fiscal year? This appropriation is not 
included in the operating budget warrant article. 
Recommended by the School Board - Recommended by the Budget Committee. 



7. To see if the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District, if Article 6 is defeated, will vote 

to authorize the School Board to call one special meeting, at its option, to address Article 6 cost items 

only? 

Recommended by the School Board - Recommended by the Budget Committee. 



8. To see if the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District will vote to approve the cost 
items included in the collective bargaining agreement reached between the Wilton-Lyndeborough 
Cooperative School Board and the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative Support Staff Association which 
calls for the following increases in salaries and benefits: 

Year Estimated Increase 

2009-2010 $6,097 

and further to raise and appropriate the sum of $ 6,097 for the 2009-2010 fiscal year, such sum 
representing the additional costs attributable to the increase in salaries and benefits over those of the 



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appropriation at the current staffing levels paid in the current fiscal year? This appropriation is not 

included in the operating budget warrant article. 

Recommended by the School Board - Recommended by the Budget Committee. 



9. To see if the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District, if Article 8 is defeated, will vote 
to authorize the School Board to call one special meeting, at its option, to address Article 8 cost items 
only? Recommended by the School Board -Recommended by the Budget Committee. 



10. 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 , 2009? This warrant article is not 
included in the operating budget warrant article. 
Recommended by the School Board - Recommended by the Budget Committee. 



11. To see if the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District will vote to raise and appropriate 
the sum of up to thirty-five thousand dollars ($35,000) to be added to the school district Capital Reserve 
Fund for Building and Roadway Construction/Reconstruction and Building Equipment Replacement 
previously established, with such amount to be funded from the year end undesignated fund balance 
available on July 1, 2009? This warrant article is not included in the operating budget warrant article. 
Recommended by the School Board - Recommended by the Budget Committee. 



12. To see if the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District will vote to raise and appropriate 
the sum of up to twenty thousand dollars ($20,000) to be added to the school district Capital Reserve 
Fund for technology advancement (for equipment and training) previously established, with such amount 
to be funded from the year end undesignated fund balance available on July 1, 2009? This warrant article 
is not included in the operating budget warrant article. 
Recommended by the School Board - Recommended by the Budget Committee. 



13. To see if the District will vote to accept the "Proposed Amended and Restated Articles of 
Agreement Among the School Districts of Wilton and Lyndeborough" which provide for the joinder of 
the school districts of Wilton and Lyndeborough with the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School 
District. The text of the proposed amended and restated articles is posted with the warrant and may be 
found in the annual report, which text is incorporated herein by reference. 
Recommended by the School Board -Recommended by the Budget Committee. 



14. To see if the District will vote to surrender and convey to Beverly Koster, Eric W. Fowler and 
Sophia J. G. Fowler, owners of property at 37 Bums Hill Road, its rights to pass and repass over a 
driveway on land of said individuals. The easement rights were established in deed to William H. Jordan, 
dated September 7, 1926, a predecessor in title to the District. 
Recommended by the School Board - Recommended by the Budget Committee. 



1 5 . Shall the voters of the Wilton Lyndeborough Consolidated school district within the school 
administrative unit number 63 adopt the provisions of RSA 194-C:9-b to allow for the insertion of the 
school administrative unit budget as a separate warrant article at annual school district meetings? 
(Submitted By Petition) 



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



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thereto. 

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

GIVEN UNDER OUR HANDS AT SAID WILTON THIS DAY OF FEBRUARY 2009 

Tonv Lynch Dion Lewis Harry Dailev 

Robert Nields Matthew Ballou SCHOOL BOARD 

A true copy attest: 



SCHOOL BOARD 



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WLC School District Annual Meeting March 7, 2008 

Page 1 Revision 2 

WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE 

SCHOOL DISTRICT ANNUAL MEETING 
March 7, 2008 

Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative Cafeteria 7:30 P.M. 

Minutes 

Present: 

Moderator: Walter Holland 

School Board members: Chairman Scagel, Mr. Nields, Mr. Howe, Mr. Lynch, Mr. Lewis, 

Budget Committee: Ms. Ducharme, Ms. Eshback, Mr. Ball, Ms. Reynolds, and Ms. 

Harkleroad 

Lyndeborough Supervisors of the Checklist: Edna Worcester, Maria Brown, and Stephanie 

Roper. 

Wilton Supervisors of the Checklist: Laurie Rolke and Joan Pelarin. 

Others: Superintendent Fullam, Principal Ebel, Special Education Director Bemis, and 

Recording Secretary Heather Loewy Nichols. 

Moderator Walter Holland opened the School District Annual Meeting at 7:30 p.m. He led the 
pledge of allegiance, introduced the Board and committee members present, and reviewed the 
rules and procedures of the meeting. He then, without objection, granted voice without vote to 
Superintendent Fullam, Principal Ebel, and Special Education Director Bemis. 

A MOTION was made by Chairman Scagel and SECONDED by Mr. Nields to accept 
the proposed rules of order. 
Voting: Motion carried by voice vote. 

Moderator Holland read the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District Warrant for 
Election of Officers as follows: 

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 School District Affairs: 

You are heareby notified to meet on the eleventh day of March 2008 - Wilton voters at the 
Wilton Town Hall at Town 10:00 in the forenoon and Lyndeborough voters at the 
Lyndeborough Town Hall at 8:00 in the forenoon to vote for District Officers. 

Moderator Holland read the Wilton-Lyndeborough School District Warrant for Annual 
District Meeting as follows: 

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 School District Affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative Middle-Senior 
High School in said District on March 7, 2008 at 7:30 in the afternoon to act upon the 
following: 

Warrant Article 5 : 

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Moderator Holland read the article as follows: 

To see if the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of six million twenty-nine thousand eight hundred twenty-none dollars 
($6, 029,829) for the support of schools, for the payment of salaries for the school district 
officials and agents, and for payment of the statutory obligation 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. 

A MOTION was made by Mr. Howe and SECONDED by Chairman Scagel to approve 
Warrant Article 5. 

Moderator Holland opened the floor for discussion. 

Mr. Howe stated that there was an oversight on the part of the Board in the salaries item of the 
non contractual employees. He explained that the total amount agreed upon was $13,375 
among seven employees but that this amount was not included in the budget. He explained 
that the Board feels that they will be able to find, over the course of the year, this amount in 
the budget so the monies will not need to be raised and appropriated above and beyond the 
amount stated in Warrant Article 5. 

Sally Curran, of Lyndeborough, questioned what the increase was for. 

Mr. Lynch presented a quick overview of the increase to the audience, noting that the food 
service used to have a separate tax id number but now this expense of $178,000 is included in 
the operating budget; however it has no tax impact as the expense will be balanced with 
revenue from school lunch purchases. He also noted that this previous year Special Education 
costs were lower but for the 2008-2009 year the budget has increased by 12%. He noted that 
once one subtracts the items which the Board has little control over the budget increase is just 
0.9%. 

Mr. Howe asked Principal Ebel to speak about the school and what the budget is supporting. 

Principal Ebel gave a short speech about new efforts at the school including new courses in 
Language Arts and Social Studies among other accomplishments. 

Dave Romer, of Lyndeborough, noted that the bulk of the increase to the budget was from 
Special Education costs. He suggested that the Board move $100,000 from the Capital 
Reserve Fund for disabled students and reduce the operating budget. 

After some discussion, Mr. Romer MOVED that the operating budget be reduced from 
$6,029,829 to $5,929,829. He noted that the Board should not be saving for tomorrow money 
which is needed today. 

Chairman Scagel explained that the Board has suggested saving that money in case a student 
or two should move into the District after the budget was approved and the District ended up 
with a deficit. She further explained that it was the intention of the Board to have this money 
for an unanticipated middle of the year expense. 



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Thomas Shultz SECONDED the motion and stated that anything the Board can do to 
reduce the budget should be done. 

Mr. Lynch noted that if one removes the $178,000 food service expense from the equation 
and the budget increase is 4.5%. 

Mr. Whitehill, of Wilton, stated that it is unacceptable that the budget is up. He explained that 
if you take the enrolment numbers reported to the state from this year and last year the cost 
per student is increasing over 12%. He stated that in a good economy this is unacceptable but 
more so in this economy. He stated that the Board should think outside the box and produce a 
better product for less money. He further stated that the Board thinks that the towns have a pot 
of money that never runs out and they keep asking for more but that people on a fixed budget 
have to choose between taxes and heat or medication. 

Chairman Scagel stated that regular education costs have increased 2.3% after Special 
Education and food services expenses are removed. She stated that it is unfair to say that the 
budget has increase 12% per child and noted that the Board has contractual obligations and 
that the cost of everything increases over time. 

Mr. Whitehill stated that the money that has to be raised comes out of people's pocket and it 
is too much money. 

Mr. Lewis stated that he can appreciate what Mr. Whitehill is saying and noted that the Board 
has spent two to three months focusing on the budget and where costs can be cut. He 
explained that the Special Education Capital Reserve Fund is a saving account in case the 
District needs it for emergency situations, for instance if an expensive child were to move into 
the District during the year. He stated that he is reluctant to use this account to reduce the 
operating account and noted that the District is continuing to look for ways to save such as 
through consolidation. 

Voting: Moderator Holland was unable to determine the results by a voice vote so he 
called for count of raised hands. This was also indeterminable so Moderator Holland 
called for attendees to stand to have their vote counted. The standing tally was 22 ayes 
and 23 nays. The motion to reduce the operating budget by $100,000 failed. 

Dave Romer presented a chart which showed a 20% decrease in enrollment since the last peak 
enrollment year. He stated that in the last two years enrollment has decreased from a total of 
843 students to 753 students. He explained that there is a 10% decrease in enrollment for the 
three schools and that this is not unique to these two towns as enrollment is going down 
everywhere, primarily because the baby boomer's kids have gone through the system. He 
presented a chart which showed staffing compared to student enrollment and explained that as 
the number of students increased the Board used this to justify adding more staffbut now the 
schools are experiencing a downward trend. 

A MOTION was made by Mr. Romer and SECONDED by Mr. Whitehill to reduce the 
operating budget by $50,000 which represents the cost of one teacher. 

Neil Faiman, of Wilton, stated that the graph which Mr. Romer presented has different scales 
for each of the lines. He stated that with different proportionalities the graph means nothing 
and urged everyone to be cautious about drawing conclusions from it. 

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Mr. Lynch stated that when you compare this year's seventh grade class to the upcoming 
class, next year will have only two less students than this year and that while it is likely that 
the District is headed towards a decline it is hard to cut a seventh grade math class for two less 
students. 

Mr. Lewis cautioned making predictions based on the elementary schools as students move 
into the district all year long. 

Principal Ebel noted that two students started at the school today. 

Mr. Lewis noted that two years does not constitute a trend and that students are always 
moving in from out of district. 

Mr. Whitehill stated that one needs to look at the studies. He explained that the Housing and 
Enrollment in New Hampshire study completed in May of 2005 talks about demographics 
versus growth. He stated that the study explains that 35-49 year olds whom had most of the 
students as a group are declining and the current parents are not having as many kids. He 
stated that if the Board can not cut $50,000 out of a $6 million budget then they should do it 
just for the practice. 

Bob Rogers, of Lyndeborough, stated that he is a retired teacher and he supports the schools 
but that the economy is sliding into a recession and in the coming year there will be people 
with reduced incomes. He stated that the tax base has been able to absorb the 2-3% increases 
over the years because the tax valuations have increased but he does not think that the tax 
base will increase this year. He stated that hopefully in a few years the situation will get better 
but currently the district can not support the increase. 

Andy Roper, of Lyndeborough, stated he would like to see better data on how the population 
in the feeder schools correlates to the High School population. 

Mr. Lynch stated that he does not have that information prepared but that he did look at the 
data and generally one do sees a wave going through the schools with a high of 397 two years 
ago. He stated that he may have been able to have that information for this evening if he had 
been asked sooner. 

Tom Shultz, of Wilton, stated that he agreed with the motion to drop $50,000 but noted that it 
should not mean reducing the staff as he is not in favor of reducing staff. 

Mr. Howe explained that the increase in teachers has not been driven by the student 
population rather it has been driven by programs such as adding a Language Arts teacher 
because the Board felt that it was needed for the curriculum. 

Mr. Lewis explained that at first the increase looks huge but the lions share of it is for the 
food service which is just an accounting correction and then Special Education costs, which 
the Board has no control over, and then NES&C, which costs is also uncontrollable. 

Howard Dailey, of Wilton, stated that he thinks that everything brought up tonight speaks 
more and more to the consolidation of the districts and if you get all the data and numbers 
together in one place it would create better long rang planning. 

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Deb Ducharme, of the Budget Committee, stated that the positions the tax payers have voted 
in over the last three years have been brought to them as warrant articles. The voters have 
made the decision to have the teachers and making the decision to remove them would require 
juggling academics which would not be beneficial to the students. 

Mr. Rogers noted that the motion is for a sum of money, not for the removal of a teacher or 
any other specific use. 

Jacob Bosh, of Wilton, stated that the Board has established a teacher base and experience 
counts. He noted that if the teachers are kept for a length of time then the students will benefit 
more than from the hiring and firing of teachers at will. 

Ms. Curran stated that the motion does not say that a position must be cut, just $50,000 and 
with an anticipated Undesignated Fund balance of $60,000 she thinks that $50,000 can be cut 
comfortably. 

Bill Keefe, of Wilton, stated that the Budget Committee has gone over this budget line by line 
and the voters should support their Budget Committee and approve the number they have 
presented. 

Mr. Whitehill questioned whether absolutely nothing can be done about the Special Education 
budget and whether there is no room for maneuvering. 

Mr. Howe explained that if a child needs services the district can work on getting the best deal 
for the service but the services still need to be rendered. 

In response to a question from Mr. Romer, Special Education Director Bemis stated that she 
does not have the exact numbers but that that she is expecting more Special Education 
students next year than this year. 

Voting: Moderator Holland was unable to get a definitive majority through voice vote so 
he asked for a raising of hands. The motion to remove $50,000 from the operating 
budget failed with 20 ayes and 25 nays on a counting of hands. 

Voting: Motion to approve Warrant Article 5 carried on a voice vote. 

Warrant Article 6: 

Moderator Holland read Warrant Article 6 as follows: 

To see if the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District will vote to approve the cost 
items necessary for the continuation of a mentor program for a period of two years: 

Year Estimated Sum 

2008-2009 $28,209 

2009-2010 $28,209 



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and to raise and appropriate the sum of up to twenty-eight thousand two hundred nine dollars 
($28,209) for payment of wages, benefits, and stipends for the teachers in the mentor program 
for the 2008-2009 school year. This warrant article is not included in the operating budget 
warrant article. 
Recommended by the School Board. Not recommended by the Budget Committee. 

A MOTION was made by Chairman Scagel and SECONDED by Mr. Lewis to approve 
Warrant Article 6. 

Mr. Lewis made a presentation to the Board regarding the mentoring program. He noted that 
there are lots of mentors currently in the process and the Board knows of a retirement for this 
year and there are four new teachers this year that are in the program that the Board would 
like to see finish. 

Mr. Romer questioned why the Budget Committee did not support the Warrant Article. 

Ms. Eshback stated that it was not a unanimous decision and that some members liked it but 
thought that the timing was not correct and some felt it didn't directly benefit the students as 
much as the staff, while still others felt the work should just be picked up by the current staff. 

Mr. Shultz stated that federal money started the program and now that the money has run out 
no one will volunteer to mentor because they are no longer getting paid to do it. 

In response to a question from Mr. Roper, the Board stated that in 1996 there were 30 states 
that mandated mentoring and while it is not mandated in New Hampshire 30% of New 
Hampshire districts have a mentoring program., 

The Board and Mr. Roper discussed teacher turn over rates. 

Mr. Roper stated that it sounds like something the staff could teach themselves and he does 
not see the need to spend the money on it at this time. 

A member of the WLC staff stated that the ultimate goal of the program is to provide the best 
educational environment for the students by retaining good teachers. She stated that last 
summer every single interviewee asked if there was a mentor program and she has seen the 
quality of education increase many times because the time it takes a teacher to acclimate to 
the school has decreased by half. She further explained that a teacher can not put their 
classroom on hold like in industry and this program provides a structured consistent program 
for all new teachers across the district and allows them to develop without being judged. She 
noted that when teachers are retained in a school ,it increases the school climate and it attracts 
a better pool of applicants. She also noted that at the beginning of each year department heads 
are responsible for creating their budget and there is not enough time for that and mentoring. 
She also noted that it is a conflict for the department chairs to act as both a mentor and 
evaluator. She further explained that mentees have an increased support network, get to 
understand the whole district, and receive consist information. She noted that it also 
revitalizes the mentors while allowing them to develop cross disciplinary relationships and 
through these leadership opportunities they take on new roles that they would not have taken 
on before. She explained that the district gets more then just mentoring for the new teachers 
through this program. It was also noted that the coordinator provides class coverage so the 
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classes. It was also noted that not passing this warrant article would be like throwing away a 
gift of two years given to the District through the grant. 

In response to a comment from Mr. Shultz, Principal Ebel stated that he does not think that 
one can make a correlation between mentoring and standardized test scores. 

Bill Ball, of Lyndeborough, stated that he does not support the mentoring program and read a 
passage from a Harvard study which stated that principals and teachers play a major roll in 
mentoring. 

Voting: Motion failed by voice vote. 

Warrant Article 7 : 

Moderator Holland read Warrant Article 7 as follows: 

To see if the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative District will vote to raise and appropriate the 
sum of up to thirty-five thousand dollars ($35,000) to be added to the school district Capital 
Reserve Fund for technology advancement (for equipment and training) previously 
established, with such amount to be funded from the year undesignated fund balance 
available on July 1, 2008. This warrant article is not included in the operating budget 
warrant article. 
Recommended by the School Board. Recommended by the Budget Committee. 

A MOTION was made by Mr. Nields and SECONDED by Mr. Lynch to approve 
Warrant Article 7. 

In response to a question from Mr. Whitehill, Moderator Holland stated that there is $25,1 1 1 
currently in the fund. 

Voting: motion passed by voice vote. 

Warrant Article 8 : 

Moderator Holland read Warrant Article 8 as follows: 

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, 2008. This warrant article is not included in the operating budget 
warrant article. 
Recommended by the School Board. Recommended by the Budget Committee. 

A MOTION was made by Mr. Lewis and SECONDED by Mr. Howe to approve 
Warrant Article 8. 

Moderator Holland stated that the current balance of the fund is $107,000 and the proposed 
contribution is $25,000. 



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In response to a question from Cliff Johnson, Moderator Holland stated that the proposed 
Special Education budget is $1,394,029. 

In response to a question from Mr. Whitehill, Moderator Holland stated that if the 
undesignated fund balance is not otherwise appropriated then the excess will go back to the 
tax payers. 

In response to a question from Neil Faiman, Mr. Howe explained that a few years ago the 
District incurred a deficit appropriation of $440,000 and this fund would offset a situation like 
this in the future. 

Mr. Romer stated that an out of district placement costs $40,000 - $45,000 per year per 
student and an additional $15,000 - $20,000 for transportation if the top end services are 
needed. Mr. Howe stated that it can cost as much as $250,000 for a residential placement per 
year, per student. 

In response to a question from Steve Brown, of Lyndeborough, Mr. Howe stated that the 
Board has not discussed at what point the District would not need to fund the account. 

Voting: Motion passed by voice vote. 

Warrant Article 9 : 

Moderator Holland read Warrant Article 9 as follows: 

To see if the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District will vote to enlarge the 
purpose of the existing Building Construction/Reconstruction and Building Equipment 
Replacement Capital Reserve Fund to the Building and Roadway 
Construction/Reconstruction and Building Equipment Replacement Capital Reserve Fund? 
(2/3 vote required) 

A MOTION was made Mr. Lynch and SECONDED by Mr. Nields to approve Warrant 
Article 9. 

Mr. Lynch stated that the Board has a plan as to what to do with the road noting that last year 
the warrant article was not approved because the voters thought the proposed name change 
was to inclusive. He explained that the current proposal would allow the Board to use the fund 
to do some work on the driveway. 

Dick Rockwood, of Wilton, suggested that proposed title may still give the Board problems 
for use on the sidewalk. 

Mr. Lynch explained that the construction would not include creating a raised sidewalk but 
rather a painted walking lane, which would have the least impact on drainage. 

Mr. Rockwood suggested that the Board may want to consider starting a new fund. 

Mr. Shultz stated that he agrees that there could be issues with the wording but noted that if a 
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In response to a question from the public, Mr. Lynch stated that the repairs would include 
items such as patching existing cracks, apply tack coat, installing speed bumps, and possible 
catch basin work. He noted that the Board has approximate numbers but does not have a bid 
and will seek bids once the project is approved. 

Bill Keefe, of Wilton, explained that when the fund was set up the Board was trying to 
address the issue of building maintenance and wanted to keep the new construction in good 
condition. He noted that the road is in better condition than the regular roads in Wilton but 
also noted that one wants a good driving surface for students. 

Charles McGettigan, of Wilton, stated that the road isn't as bad as the normal roads because 
the normal roads are not being kept up. He stated that 38 years ago he was involved in 
building the school road and it is still not a bad road today. He suggested that the road could 
be sealed. 

Mr. Howe stated that the fund pre-dates the building project and that no money has been 
added to it for some time. 

Mr. Shultz noted that the school road has different needs from Wilton's regular roads because 
the children walk up and down it to get to school and he feels the work should be done this 
year. 

In response to a question from the public, Principal Ebel stated that NES&C gave the Board a 
recommendation, not a mandate, to fix the road and while it is not binding the District may 
receive a warning for not completing the repairs. 

Mrs. Ducharme noted that fund needs to be used for things that break such as the roof which 
needs to be repaired. She stated that before they discuss fixing the road they should consider 
the needs of the roof. 

Principal Ebel stated that two structural engineers had been brought in to evaluate the roof, 
specifically regarding concerns in the older hallway. The engineers found no structural 
damage, merely some drainage issues which predate the construction. He stated that no 
damage had been caused by the snow and that the only thing that needs to be addressed is the 
drainage. 

Loraine Stroup, of Lyndeborourgh, suggested that the road could be in better shape but stated 
that it not a major priority. She suggested that the stripping and labeling needs to be done. She 
stated that she would like to see more of the engineering study as she does not think that 
$97,000 will be enough to cover the construction. She questioned whether the sidewalk is 
really needed. 

Mr. Lynch stated that he got advice from engineers, one of which spent several hours on site 
before preparing his report. He explained that a typical raised sidewalk would not be high 
enough to stop a slipping care and it would severely impact drainage. 

Voting: Moderator Holland declared a voice vote to be indeterminable and asked for a 
count of raised hands. The motion passed with 30 ayes and 10 nays. 

Warrant Article 10 : 

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Moderator Holland read Warrant Article 10 as follows: 

To see if the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of up to ninety-seven thousand dollars ($97,000) for the purpose of 
repair and maintenance of the roadway leading to the school, such sum to be with drawn 
from the Building and Roadway Construction/Reconstruction and Building Equipment 
Replacement Capital Reserve Fund established for such purpose? This warrant article is not 
included in the operating budget warrant article. 
Recommended by the School Board. Recommended by the Budget Committee. 

A MOTION was made by Chairman Scagel and SECONDED by Mr. Lewis to approve 
Warrant Article 10. 

In response to a question from Mr. Shultz, Moderator Holland stated that there is currently 
$172,549 in the fund. 

After discussion, a MOTION was made by Mr. McGettigan and SECONDED by Mr. 
Roper to amend the article to include the following: Prior to construction a public forum 
will be held to view the final construction plan. 
Voting: Motion to amend the article carried with a voice vote. 

Voting: The motion to approve the amended Warrant Article 10 passed with a voice 
vote. 

Warrant Article 1 1 : 

To see if the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District, if Warrant Article #9, above 
is defeated, will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of ninety-seven thousand dollars 
($97, 000) for the purpose of repair and maintenance of the roadway leading to the school? 
This is a special warrant article not included in the operating budget warrant article. 
Recommended by the School Board. Not recommended by the Budget Committee. 

A MOTION was made by Chairman Scagel and SECONDED by Mr. Lewis to withdraw 

the warrant article. 

Voting: the motion passed with a voice vote, the article was withdrawn. 

Warrant Article 12 : 

Moderator Holland read Warrant Article 12 as follows: 

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

A MOTION was made by Chairman Scagel and SECONDED by Mr. Lewis to approve 

Warrant Article 12. 

Voting: motion passed with a voice vote. 

Warrant Article 13: 



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

Chairman Scagel stated that the District Consolidation Committee needs volunteers especially 
those experienced with budgets and also parents. 

The Board expressed thanks to Superintendent Fullam for 20 years of wonderful service. 
They noted that she has been the Superintendent for 14 years and that she has always kept the 
vision of what is best for the students. 

Moderator Holland declared the meeting adjourned at 10:37 p.m. 

Respectfully Submitted, 



/>\ 




Heather Loewy Nichols 
Recording Secretary 



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Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative - Election Data 



Moderator (vote for 1 • 1 veari 
Walter Holland 


Total 
43 


Marge HaRyburton 
Walter 


3 
. 1 


Bob Howe 


1 


Robert Rogers 

Leo Trudeau 


1 

1 


Adam Hanson 


1 


Ron Curran 


1 


Donald Duck 


1 


Stephanie Roper 


1 


School Board Member (vote for 1 • 3 year) 




Matthew Ballou 


31 


Dwight Sowerby 
Paul Martin 


11 
7 


Bob Howe 


6 


Fran Bujak 
Maria Brown 


5 
3 


David Roemer 


3 


Connie Forbes 


2 


Geoff Brock 


2 


Karen Grybko 
Larry Bofevert 
Nadine Preftakes 


2 


Mick Leavitt 




Bailou 




Bob Nields 




Bill Ban 




Adam Hanson 




Steve Brown 




Jennifer Howe 




MarkCrombie 




Linda Shim 




Ann HarkJeroad 




Chase Roeper 
Arnold Byam 
Bruce Houston 




Budaet Committee Member (vote for 1 • 3 year) 




Ann HarkJeroad 


324 


Sharon Boisvert 


1 


Wendy Lazotte 
Karen Grybko 


1 
1 


Budaet Committee Member (vote for 1 - 2 vear) 




William Ball 


290 


Bob Howe 


3 



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Don Guertin 
Karen Grybko 
Paul Martin 
Steve Gilson 
Steve Martin 
Arnold Byam 
Richard Herfurth 



Auditors fvote for 21 M veari 

Arnold Byam 

Salty Curran 

Steven Brooks 

Bruce Houston 

Kevin Boette 

Larry Boisvert 

Paul Martin 

Ginny Christenton 

Michelle Boette 

Adam Hanson 

Bob Johnson 

Bob Rogers 

Idena Holden 

Sally Reynolds 

Richard Herfurth 

Susan Decloedt 

Don Guertin 

David Roemer 

AndyRoeper 




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WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE 

MIDDLE SCHOOL - HIGH SCHOOL 
57 SCHOOL ROAD 
P.O. BOX 255 
WILTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE 03086-0255 

(603)654-6123 



On behalf of the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School Board, I would like to thank you for attending this 
year's District Meeting and taking part in the education of Wilton and Lyndeborough's youth. 

At a time when some taxpayers see children more as a burden to their towns than our best hope for the 
future, it is important that you have chosen to get involved and participate in decisions about WLC's 
priorities for the upcoming year. Tonight you will also have an opportunity to vote in favor of combining the 
two elementary school districts in Wilton and Lyndeborough into WLC. By voting "yes" for consolidation you 
can show your support for better and more efficient education for all grades in both towns. 

This year, energy and pride about what's happening at WLC have continued to grow. The WLC School Board 
is happy to share credit for some items, but the most significant advances continue to come from the efforts 
of dedicated staff and involved parents. Increased cooperation with Milford's Applied Technology Center and 
participation in Virtual High School is bringing even wider choices to our small school. Student musical 
productions and other activities are expanding opportunities beyond sports. Academics and expectations are 
increasing as the switch to block scheduling is starting to show results. The Co-Op Connection has seen a 
surge in parental involvement. Students are more engaged in their education, and you can see the 
difference. 

It has also been a year of significant change behind the scenes. This year saw a new superintendent, 
assistant superintendent, interim principal, and two new board members. We will begin the upcoming school 
year with Trevor Ebel moving up to become superintendent of an SAU that still has four districts, but two 
fewer towns, no assistant superintendent and half the revenue. By the time you read this, the board will be 
well on the way to selecting a permanent principal for WLC. In this already busy year, WLC board members 
also took a lead role on the Tri-District Consolidation committee, which seeks to streamline operations at all 
three schools in Wilton and Lyndeborough. 

With thanks to capital reserve funds voters set aside in previous years, we've been able to address some 
maintenance issues on School Road and are making plans to do more to improve safety and drainage. The 
soccer field lights have been replaced with energy efficient fixtures, putting afternoon and night games back 
on the schedule. 

Work on the budget you'll be voting on tonight began well before the recent economic downturn. The 
administration and the board have been working hard, as all of us have been in our own lives, to increase 
productivity and results while tightening our belts. This budget reflects difficult decisions and hard choices 
but puts our kids' education first. 

It has been an honor to serve on the WLC board for the last two and a half years. As my term comes to a 
close, I know you'll continue to support WLC's administration, teachers and board members as they keep 
the positive momentum going. 

Sincerely, 




Tony Lyn( 
WLC Boarti Chairman 



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Superintendent of Schools 

Annual Report, 2008 

Accountability beyond Test Scores: Improving Schools Responsibly and Efficiently During a Year of Transitions 

This annual report is a little different from past years in that we have asked all school district leaders to join me 
in reporting a balanced annual review of their departments and/or schools to best inform taxpayers on the 
progress and performance we are making. These annual reports are a responsible way to demonstrate 
accountability to our communities. They also promote and encourage quality service, integrity, support, and 
collaboration as we strive to continuously improve the quality of education in SAU 63 schools. 

Just as the SAU 63 board had planned a year ago, one superintendent of schools would move to the new SAU 87 
and one would stay with SAU 63. Trevor Ebel, our Assistant Superintendent of Schools this year, former 
principal of WLC HS for the last six years has been chosen as SAU 63's next superintendent. Trevor's district 
knowledge and familiarity will best ensure a smooth transition to new governance structures in the years ahead. 
On July 1, 2009, 1 will move to SAU 87, as its first superintendent to help start this new school system and help 
the Mascenic School District address its facility and restructuring issues. I have been delighted and honored to 
work with Trevor as he assumes the leadership of SAU 63 schools on July 1. 

We began this school year by unifying the SAU administrative leadership team and school district leaders. Each 
school has goals that will be reported on by principals in their annual reports. We asked them to report on a 
balanced view of their schools performance. The SAU administrative leadership team similarly established 
strategic priorities to help the school achieve their individual plans within the SAU system. Our vision statement 
and strategic priorities can be seen on the SAU 63 web site. 

As a "Follow the Child" SAU, we also support the initiatives of the Commissioner of Education, Dr Lyonel Tracy, 
and the New Hampshire Board of Education. This broad reform effort calls for a more personalized education of 
all students and raises the bar for school completion and college and career readiness. Its focus is on high 
school redesign to reach the passions, interests, skills, and aptitudes of all students to better prepare them to 
succeed in a global economy. 

Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District was able to hire Jon Ingram, a well-known principal with much 
experience in high school leadership reform and the NEAS&C accreditation process. In late September the staff 
at Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative under the co-chairmanship of Linda Kalloger and Amanda Kovaliv 
conducted a self-study and hosted a successful accreditation visit. They will receive the status report soon as the 
school prepares to continuously improve over the next several years. 

New teacher evaluation programs have been implemented in two school districts. SAU employees similarly 
have a new evaluation program as do school administrators. Support staff members are finalizing evaluation 
programs and procedures as well this year. In each case their involvement has helped produce a quality product 
that they support. 

An inventory of policies required by state and federal laws and regulations was undertaken last summer. With 
the assistance of graduate practicum students from Plymouth State University, we have identified over forty 
policies that are needed for SAU schools. Some of the new policies and revisions can be seen on the SAU web 



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site under school board policies. We will continue to expand this site as things develop this year. Most policy 
manuals need work and will be available online in 2009. Cyber-bullying, civility, public complaints, non- 
discrimination, sexual harassment, and high school graduation for students with disabilities are some that we 
have presented for school board approval in 2008. 

As far as student academic performance, we are working to improve assessment scores at every level of our 
schools. We see many areas on the NECAP and SAT exams that need our attention and some areas where our 
students are doing much better than state and national average. On the PSAT, and AP tests we have found 
similar results. To be sure we are not pleased with the results, but not discouraged either. You can see our 
results on the SAU web site under Balanced Scorecard for your convenience. Every school in the 5AU is 
analyzing data to improve student performance this year. We also plan to hold a mid-year review of school 
system's progress towards meeting school and district strategic objectives. The SAU's strategic goals are divided 
among four strategic priorities, with the most important being high student performance. We will also strive to 
increase student and stakeholder engagement; effective and efficient financial operations; and staff learning 
and growth. Next summer we will analyze results from this school year and plan accordingly to improve. 

Teacher mentoring programs continue to receive enthusiastic support of our teachers. Technology specialists 
are infusing internet based technologies throughout our schools. "Richer Picture" digital portfolios are being 
introduced in three grades this year and next. School and district web sites continue to evolve in order to meet 
the needs of staff, students, parents and communities. 

Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District continues to expand its use of Power School administrative 
software tools. Mascenic School District will select a new administrative software program that can meet its 
needs in the future, including data management. Lyndeborough Central School submitted a new technology 
plan for NH Department of Education's approval last fall. Mascenic Regional High School and Boynton Middle 
School applied for a NH Edies School of Excellence Award. With their passion for improvement, such awards will 
definitely come soon. 

As for internal processes and efficiencies, boards were able to replace two principals and two superintendents 
efficiently and affordably within budgets. New field lights and driveway improvements at Wilton-Lyndeborough 
Cooperative were projects that were kept within budget parameters. School districts enacted energy 
conservation measures this year to keep costs down. Lunch programs continued to improve on the revenue side 
with small price increases. The food service program managers have improved record keeping, supervision and 
management operations over the last six months. All school districts have year-end fund balances annually that 
help to lower taxes. Last fall all school financial transactions were audited by the firm of Plodzik and Sanderson, 
P.A. Their findings and recommendations have already helped us and will continue to refine accounting and 
financial management practices in the future. All schools have also conducted fire and emergency safety drills 
as required in partnership with local police. We have formal agreements with town police that are mutually 
supportive and beneficial in ensuring safe school environments. Donations and grants have helped cover staff 
training, computer purchases, after school programs, summer school programs, and programs for at-risk 
children, including Title I services, and special education services. Two graduate students from Plymouth State 
University have logged many hours of pre-service training at the SAU and both high schools. Undergraduate 
students from Franklin Pierce University have become "buddies" with students at Boynton Middle School. 
Monadnock Family Services in partnership with SAU schools agreed to provide free counseling to students and 



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families that may need extra assistance. Another partner, The Monadnock Ledger Transcript also agreed to 
publish our SAU Newsletter, The Spotlight, with some financial savings in advertizing for the districts. 

Staff have attended conferences and workshops to learn about computer assisted instruction, mentoring, math, 
student discipline, portfolios, professional learning communities, data analysis, curriculum articulation, NECAP 
assessments, special education law, autism, high school redesign, reading strategies, smart boards, safety, 
facility construction, and planning. 

While the schools continue to improve, boards have embraced numerous governance transition and facility 
issues this year. These include establishing kindergartens in three districts, including the new Mason School 
District. All submitted comprehensive plans that have received positive preliminary reviews by NH Department 
of Education officials. Mascenic has begun creating and staffing SAU 87, including locating temporary office 
space in New Ipswich. The Mascenic board will also propose purchasing land for a new K-4 elementary school 
for Greenville and New Ipswich students. Renovations to the high school and middle school are also planned. 
The new Mason School board has been planning for a major addition to the Mason Elementary School which 
they will receive when reimbursements are made to Mascenic School District. Creating a kindergarten plan, 
creating a tuition agreement with Milford, and hiring staff have kept the new board busy for the last five 
months. Wilton School District has supported the tireless work of its Building Committee and will propose a 
major renovation and additions to the Florence Rideout Elementary School that will address space and code 
compliance issues. The Wilton Building Committee would earn an "All Madden Team" award for its 
commitment to helping the board solve its facility issues affordability and responsibly. The Lyndeborough school 
board has proposed a bond to finance its kindergarten plan, which includes two additional rooms to meet 
program requirements. The Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative board's acceptance of requests to consolidate 
the Lyndeborough and Wilton School Districts into the cooperative should encourage everyone who supports 
efficient and affordable high quality education. Reducing administrative costs and duplication, improving 
accountability, and curriculum coordination are powerful reasons to streamline the governance of the school 
systems. 

In all of these efforts, school boards, staff, community leaders, and most importantly students and parents 
deserve high praise for their commitment to improving the quality of education in SAU 63 schools. Please know 
that your schools are making significant progress during a challenging year of profound systemic change. I have 
been honored to help during these challenging times. The positive relationships we are developing in support of 
students will help shape our schools well into the future. Thank you for your support of our wonderful schools. 

Respectfully, 
Leo P. Corriveau 
Superintendent of Schools 
SAU 63 



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Assistant Superintendent's Annual Report 
2008-2009 



First of all, I would like to let you know how excited I am for the opportunity to serve in the role 
of Assistant Superintendent for SAU #63. This has been a very rewarding time to join this 
outstanding SAU as the New Ipswich and Greenville communities form SAU #87 and the towns 
of Lyndeborough, Mason, and Wilton continue to be part of SAU #63. 

This year much effort has been focused on student achievement across the SAU. One of the 
major roles of an Assistant Superintendent is to ensure that the curriculum that is being delivered 
to your students is meeting each student's needs and providing them the necessary skills to be 
successful in the life endeavors. The administrative team has spent many hours examining the 
New England Common Assessment scores from the 2007-2008 school year. The data that is 
contained in these reports allows each school within the SAU to carefully examine each 
individual students achievement and identify possible strengths and weakness that may exist in 
the curriculum at the given grade level. The NECAP scores also provide all schools to complete 
a comparative analysis in relation to other schools in the state. Our goal as an administrative 
team is to ensure that each student is being provided quality instruction that will enable them to 
demonstrate their academic success on this form of state assessment. 

This year also marks the beginning of our Curriculum Leadership Team with the Wilton, 
Lyndeborough, and WLC Schools. The Curriculum Leadership Team has embarked on a journey 
to examine the currently existing curriculum that is being taught at grades K-12 and its impact on 
student learning. To accomplish this goal, the team has begun the process of curriculum mapping 
their individual curriculum. The goal of the CLT is to develop, enhance and prepare to teach the 
curriculum mapping process to all educators within these three districts next fall. One might 
ask— why curriculum mapping? The answer is simply-curriculum mapping is a tool that will 
allow teachers, administrators, and even parents to examine what is being taught to children in 
any given grade level, how it is connected to the state standards and facilitate collaboration 
among the various stakeholders. 

The Mascenic School District is continuing to improve its goal of raising student achievement at 
the elementary, middle and high school levels. At the elementary school level, teachers are 
examining the concept of Professional Learning Communities and how they might re-shape the 
educational landscape for the school communities. The goal of PLC's is to encourage 
professional collaboration and conversation about student achievement in order to identify 
deficiencies early enough and to target areas of growth. The elementary schools' are working on 
identifying a new math series for adoption. The goal of the Curriculum Leadership Team at all 



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levels is to identify the new math series and bring it to the school board for adoption and to 
collaborate among the different grade levels (K-12) the various skills that are being taught. 
Boynton Middle School continues to improve student performance on the state assessment 
examines and escape the classification of a school in need of improvement. One of the many 
goals of the school community is to continue to enhance its use of data from student assessment 
and to target goals to improve student performance. At Mascenic High School faculty have 
begun the process of working with an outside facilitator to examine the current curriculum and 
look for ways to also improve student performance. 

As you might have concluded, student achievement is our primary goal for this year. I continue 
to work with building principals to identify building goals and initiatives that will allow us to 
work together to enhance the quality educational experience that we provide students in our 
schools. For example, we continue to work with new educators to the district and to the 
profession by providing them a dynamic teacher mentoring program. The mentoring program 
provides educators time to transition successfully into the school system and provide them the 
necessary supports that will allow them the time to focus on student achievement and less on 
survival. 

And finally, on the Wilton, Lyndeborough, and WLC sides of the SAU — we begin to fully 
implement a new teacher evaluation system for educators. This new tool which had been 
developed during the past five years will provide teachers and administrators a baseline for what 
is effective teaching. It also provides a common language for teachers and principals to focus on 
education and how a teacher's individual performance can impact student achievement. The 
Mascenic School District is also piloting this plan this year and will decide upon final adoption 
by the end of the school year. 

Once again, our goal this year is to identify what we are currently doing in the classrooms and to 
target goals that will allow us to improve education. I appreciate the support from all the 
communities as we continue down this road and I look forward to leading the communities of 
Wilton, Lyndeborough and Mason as the new superintendent of SAU #63 in July 2009. 

Sincerely, 



Trevor Ebel 

Assistant Superintendent of Schools 



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WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE 

MIDDLE SCHOOL / HIGH SCHOOL 

57 SCHOOL ROAD, P.O. BOX 255 

WILTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE 03086-0255 

(603)654-6123 

WWW.WLCWARRIORS.NET 



'WLC will strive to be a positive learning community that ensures each student has the opportunity to develop to 

his or her potential." 



The Wilton-Lyndeborough -Cooperative School community has been very busy the past year 
continuing its pursuit of excellence. It is with this pursuit in mind that the school community 
adopted two goals for the school year. We are focusing on creating a school community which 
fosters all students' academic success and nurturing a sense of personal connection for each 
student with the WLC school community. 

This past fall WLC was visited by a team of educators who represented the New England 
Association of Schools and Colleges. This team's charge was to assess WLC based on 
NEAS&C's standards to decide whether or not we met the criteria for accreditation. The entire 
school community spent several years preparing for this visit. It was a positive learning 
experience for us all. We anticipate we will see the visiting team's final report sometime this 
Spring. This report will note the things we do well and make recommendations as to how we 
can improve as a school. We are looking forward to viewing the report. 

This year WLC has made some dramatic improvements in the area of technology. As we 
prepare students for success in the new millennium we must provide them access to the tools 
and skills necessary for this success. We have made improvements in both the technological 
infrastructure and the integration of technology in instruction. These efforts will allow our 
students to compete in the new global society that is quickly emerging. 

In an effort to make these improvements, students and staff have collaborated on efforts to 
study our schedule, collect data, discuss student outcomes and openly discuss the culture of 
our school. It is this collaboration that makes WLC such a wonderful place for our students to 
learn. 

During this school year we have seen the reemergence of the WLC Co-op connection, a 
parent led organization that provides families and community an avenue for direct involvement 
with the school community. We recognize the importance of a school's relationship with the 
communities it serves and look forward to strengthening those ties moving forward. 

Of course our pride as a school stems not just from our facility, our strategies, and our 
community bonds, but most importantly from our students. Our students continue to 
accomplish amazing things. 

WLC students are challenging themselves everyday to achieve their best. We are looking 
forward tp celebrating their many accomplishments with them in the year ahead. 



Respectfully Submitted 
Jon K. Ingram 



S73 



Business Administrator's Report 
Fiscal Year 2007-2008 



This year has been a year of transition; the SAU office relocated from 
New Ipswich to Wilton. One town withdrew from its cooperative 
district; one district withdrew from the SAU; and we said a fond farewell 
to our Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent. Through it all, 
each of the four districts served by SAU 63 ended the year with a 
favorable undesignated fund balance (each district spent less than the 
voters had appropriated). 

This year is the first year in many years in which all districts and the SAU 
underwent extensive financial and control audits by a professional CPA 
audit firm, Plodzik and Sanderson. The auditors spent a total of 52 man- 
days at our office reviewing, sampling, interviewing, checking and 
otherwise auditing the financial systems and records for the SAU and all 
our districts. Although their final reports will not be completed for 
another few months, we have been assured that our records accurately 
reflect the financial condition of each district and the SAU. In other 
words, the combined budgets equaling approximately 27 million dollars 
have been managed and recorded properly by the business office staff 
of three people. 

Our operation is designed to operate quietly in the background, while 
aggressively supporting the educational staffs as they effectively and 
efficiently educate the children of our communities. We expect 2008- 
2009 to be an equally successful year. 



Dan Starr, Business Administrator, SAU 63 



S74 



Title I 

SAU63 

Wilton Lyndeborough Cooperative School District 

2007-2008 



The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 uses Title I as a vehicle for the federal 
government's expanded influence in providing at risk students additional assistance 
above and beyond that provided through regular state and local resources. During the 
2007-2008 school year, the Title I allocation for Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative 
School District (WLC) provided funds to hire a full time tutor. Services were provided to 
7 th and 8 th grade students in reading/ language arts and mathematics during the school 
year as well as in our summer program 

A core principle of Title I requires that services provided to eligible students must 
supplement the regular educational program, but not supplant it. The focus of our 
program is to accelerate student learning by utilizing high quality instructional practices 
to promote mastery of grade level concepts and skills in the classroom 

No Child Left Behind requirements in Title I schools include higher accountability in 
using federal education funds. Districts are also required to hire "high quality" teachers 
who are encouraged to use effective, research-based instructional methods. Additionally, 
Title I is required provide parent involvement activities. Together, these directives are 
expected to facilitate high standards and academic achievement for all children by the 
year 2014. 

During the 2007-2008 school year, Title I sponsored a series of professional 
devebpment workshops for teachers that focused on research based literacy instruction. 
Opportunities for parent involvement included Title I program planning, literacy 
workshops and family events to assist parents to support their children's learning at 
home. 

Our Title I staff is committed to provide high quality instruction to help meet the 
individual needs of our diverse learners. We look forward to building a stronger 
collaborative teaching community with the dedicated teachers and to assist the families of 
the Wilton Lyndeborough School District toward closing the academic achievement gap. 



Sally Barrnett, CAGS 
Director, Title I 



S75 



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

2007-2008 

Nursing Activities/Student Contacts: 

Total Visits to the Health Office 8825 

Middle School 2590 

High School 6235 



Injuries - Total 650 

Middle School 259 

High School 391 

School (MS + HS) 325 

Home (MS + HS) 258 

(any "outside of school" injury) 

Sports (MS + HS) 67 

Bus 



Medications: 

Total Medications Administered 6024 

Middle School 1747 

High School 4277 

Screening: 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, or simply weighed and measured as a part of 
their visit to my office for something else. 
(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 



Candace Rapf, RN, BSN 



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WILTON / LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SUPPORT STAFF 



Last Name 


First Name 


ABORN 


GLENN 


ANDREWS 


CYNTHIA 


BIRD 


ANN 


CASWELL 


ROBERT 


COFFEY 


SHARON 


DRAPER 


LINDA 


DRISCOLL 


ELISE 


EDMUNDS 


DONNA 


FLUHR 


JANE 


FLYNN 


MICHAEL 


GALLETTA 


E. JOYCE 


GORMAN 


MARY 


GRAVELL 


RACHEL 


GRIFFIN 


PAM 


HASU 


SCOTT 


KILLAR 


BENJAMIN 


MACKENZIE 


ERICA 


RODGERS 


SUSAN 


RYAN 


WILLIAM 



Position 

AIDE - SPED 

AIDE - SPED 

CUSTODIAN - P.TIME 

CUSTODIAN / FIELD MAINTENANCE 

SECRETARY - P.TIME 

IN-SCHOOL SUSPENSION MONITOR 

SECRETARY 

AIDE - SPED 

SCHOOL TO CAREER COORDINATOR 

CUSTODIAN 

SECRETARY 

MENTOR PROGRAM COORDINATOR 

AIDE - SPED 

AFTERNOON MEDIA SPECIALIST 

CUSTODIAN - P.TIME 

TECH COORDINATOR 

AIDE - SPED 

AIDE - SPED 

CUSTODIAN 



S79 



WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICTS 
STATISTICS FOR SCHOOL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2008 

GRADES 7-8 GRADES 9-12 



WILTON 



TOTAL 



PERCENT OF ATTENDANCE 



AVERAGE DAILY ATTENDANCE 



AVERAGE DAILY MEMBERSHIP 



89 


160 


95.1 


94.9 


73.3 


165.6 


77.1 


174.4 



LYNDEBOROUGH 



TOTAL 



PERCENT OF ATTENDANCE 



AVERAGE DAILY ATTENDANCE 



AVERAGE DAILY MEMBERSHIP 



29 


81 


97.1 


95.6 


35.0 


84.5 


36.0 


88.4 



Attending Public Schools Outside District 
Attending Private Schools Outside Districl 
Home School 



WILTON 


LYNDEBOROUGH 


Grades 1-12 


Grades 1-12 


7 


6 


8 


2 


28 


29 



S80 



Treasurer's Monthly Report 

Wilton-Lyndeborough Coop S.D. 

Ending June 30, 2006 



Date 



Source 



Description 



Amount 



■ 

06/0272006 


State of New Hampshire 


Medicaid 


$ 


48.92 




Linda Draper 


Health & Dental Insurance • June 2008 


$ 


1,487.50 




Constance Forbes 


Dental Insurance - June 2008 


$ 


35.23 




Primex 


U/C Audit Refund 


$ 


436.00 




County of Hillsborough 


HAP.P.Y. Grant 


$ 


623.30 


06/10/2008 


WLC Food Service 


Food Service Payroll 


$ 


13,684.21 


06/12/2008 


U.S. Department of Education 


REAP Manifest #13 


$ 


1,601.98 


06/17/2008 


State of New Hampshire 


Medicaid 


$ 


437.76 


06/19/2008 


Town of Wilton 


Final 2007/2008 Appropriation 


$ 


197,792.94 


06/20/2008 


State of New Hampshire 


Food Service 


$ 


6,290.96 


06/25/2008 


Town of Lyndeborough 


Final • 2007/2008 Appropriation 


$ 


85,972.30 


06/26/2008 


State of New Hampshire 


2nd Semester Drivers Ed 


$ 


3,300.00 


06/27/2008 


State of New Hampshire 


Medicaid 


$ 


261.25 




State of New Hampshire 


Medicaid 


$ 


221.56 




Special Education Office 


PO#3950 


$ 


117.11 




WLC Food Service 


Food Service Payroll 


$ 


13,098.24 


06/30/2008 


State of New Hampshire 


Medicaid 


$ 


189.62 




State of New Hampshire 


Medicaid 


$ 


206.25 




Wilton-Lyndeborough Coop Schoo 


I Refunds 


$ 


513.86 




TD BankNorth 


Money Market Account • Interest 


$ 


420.01 




TD BankNorth 


Checking Account - Interest 


$ 
$ 


222.23 
326,961.23 




For June 2008: 


Received from District (Lyndeborough) 


$ 


85,972.30 






Received from District (Wilton) 


$ 


197,792.94 






Received from State 


$ 


3,923.30 






Federal Funds Received 


$ 


7,656.32 






Received from Tuition 


$ 


. 






Received from Trust Funds 


$ 


- 






Received from GAPS (REAP Grant) 


$ 


1,601.98 






Interest Received 


$ 


642.24 






Other Revenues Received 


$ 


29,372.15 






Bank Service Charges 


$ 


- 



Total Revenue Received in June 2008 



326,961.23 



District Assessment for FY 2007- 



Due from District (balance of year) 



Wilton 

$2,748,968.12 
($2,748,968.12) 

$0.00 



Lyndeborough 

$1,274,416.88 
($1,274,416.88) 

$0.00 



Total 

$4,023,385.00 
($4,023,385.00) 

$0.00 



Cash on Hand July 1, 2007 
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 

Less School Board Orders Paid YTD 

Balance on Hand per Treasurer's Account 



$ 


480,674.95 


$ 


4.023,365.00 


$ 


1,155,261.78 


$ 


61,606.74 


$ 


10,797.06 


$ 


- 


$ 


11,980.47 


$ 


10,388.88 


$ 


150,893.58 


$ 


- 


$ 


5,424,313.51 


$ 


(5,568.210.06) 


$ 


336,778.40 



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 Q 

Wilton-Lyndeborough Coop School District Treasurer 



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i 



Plodzik & Sanderson 

Professional Association/Accountants & Auditors 
1 93 North Main Street . Concord . New Hampshire . 03301-5063 . 603-225-6996 . FAX-224-138Q 



January 20, 2009 



We have completed our fieldwork and are currently in the finaiization stage of the audit for the 
Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2008. 
Unfortunately it will not be ready to be included in the School District's annual report We 
apologize for any inconvenience this causes and will forward the audit report as soon as possible. 



S82 



Notice of Public Hearing 

and 

School Administrative Unit No. 63 Meeting 



An SAU No. 63 board meeting will be held on Tuesday, October 14, 2008 at 6:30 p.m followed 

immediately by a public hearing on the proposed SAU 63 budget at 8:00 pm in the library at 

Wllton-Lyndeborough Cooperative High and Middle School, Wilton, NH 

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



Total Budget 

Minus Anticipated Federal Funding 

Amount to be Shared by Districts 





Geofrey Brock, Chair ■ 


SAU 63 Board 




Proposed Budget: 




2009-2010 


2008-2009 


Office of the Superintendent 




$295,761 


$377,014 


Business Services 




$243,827 


$288,293 


Facilities 




$40,590 


$36,791 


i 


SAU Total 


$580,178 


$702,098 


Special Education Administration 




$193,290 


$287,763 


Psychological Services 




$62,509 


$136,814 


Misc. SPED Grant Services 




$239,762 


$293,935 




Sped Total 


$495,561 


$718,512 




Fed Offset 


(3162,500) 


(5311,077) 




Sped Apport 


$333,061 


$407,435 


Speech Services 


Speech Total 


$42,129 


$125,701 




Fed Offset 


($21,000) 


(177,142) 




Speech Apport 


$21,129 


$48,559 


OT and PT Services 


OT/PT Total 


$36,563 


$162,655 




Fed Offset 


(&1§,5W) 


(80.1M1 




OT/PT Apport 


$18,063 


$142,467 


Title 1 


Title 1 Total 


$80,987 


$255,615 




Fed Offset 


(«q,»7) 


(5255.615} 




Title 1 Apport 


$0 


$0 



$1,235,419 


$1,964,581 


($282,987) 


($664,022) 


$952,432 | 


$1,300,559 



S83 



School Administrative Unit No. 63 Apportionment 
Based on the Proposed 09-10 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. 



2009-2010 Apportionment of Districts 





2000-2007 




latestf 06-07) 




Average 


2009-10 


District 


Eq. Valuation 


Val. Ratio ADM in Attend 


ADM-A Ratio 


Ratio 


Net Budget 


WiKon 


234,040,103 


28.16% 


286.2 




35.83% 


31.99% 


185,600 


Lyndeborough 


74,316,346 


8.94% 


81.2 




10.17% 


9.57% 


55,522 


WLCoop 


340,505,676 


40.97% 


380.1 




47.59% 


44.27% 


256,845 


Mason 


182,230,428 


21.93% 


51.2 




6.41% 


14.17% 


82,211 




831,092,553 


100.00% 


798.7 




100.00% 


100.00% 


580,178 






2008-09 


2008-09 




2009-10 


2009-10 






District 


Ratio 


Net Budget 




Ratio 


Budget 






Wilton 








31.99% 


185,600 






Lyndeborough 








9.57% 


55,522 






WLCoop 








44.27% 


256,845 






MRSD - Masn 








14.17% 


82,211 





100.00% 



580,178 



Special Education Apportionment of Costs Based 
on Number of Students Served as of October 1, 2008: 



District 

Wilton 
Lyndeborough 

WLCoop 
MRSD - Masn 





2009-10 


2009-10 


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Ratio 


Budget 


67 


36.80% 


122,567 


• 16 


8.80% 


29,309 


71 


39.01% 


129,927 


28 


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51,258 



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20 YEAR DEBT SCHEDULE FOR 



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W.LTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL D.STR.CT 5 * HAMPSHIRE MUNICIPAL BOND BANK 

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

08/28/99 (603) 271-2595 Of 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/&MAII ADDRESS: NHMBB OAOL.COM 
02/15/2000 
5.2000% 



DEBT 


PERIOD 


PRINCIPAL 








TOTAL 


FISCAL YEAR 


YEAR 


ENDING 


OUTSTANDING 


PRINCIPAL 


RATE 


INTEREST 


PAYMENT 


TOTAL PAYMENT 




02/15/2000 








$185,797.09 


$185,797.09 


$185,797.09 


1 


08/15/2000 


$6,476,775.00 


$321,775.00 


4.500% 


164.746.19 


486.521.19 






02/15/2001 








157.506.25 


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 








150.193.75 


150.19375 


632.700.00 


3 


08/15/2002 


5,830,000.00 


325,000.00 


5.000% 


150,193.75 


475.19375 






02/15/2003 








142.068.75 


142,06875 


617.262.50 


4 


08/15/2003 


5,505,000.00 


325.000.00 


5.000% 


142.068.75 


467,06875 






02/15/2004 








133,94375 


133,94375 


601.012.50 


5 


08/15/2004 


5,180,000.00 


325,000.00 


5.000% 


133,943.75 


458,94375 






02/15/2005 








125,81875 


125.81875 


584.76250 


6 


08/15/2005 


4,855.000 00 


325,000.00 


5.000% 


125,81875 


450,81875 






02/1 5/2006 








117,69375 


117.89375 


568,51250 


7 


08/15/2006 


4.530.000.00 


325,000.00 


5.000% 


117.69375 


442.69375 






02/15/2007 








109.56875 


109.56875 


552.26250 


8 


08/15/2007 


4,205,000.00 


325,000.00 


5.000% 


109,56875 


434.56875 






02/15/2008 








101,44375 


101.44375 


536,01250 


9 


08/15/2008 


3,880.000.00 


325,000.00 


5.000% 


101.44375 


426.44375 






02/15/2009 








93.31875 


93,31875 


519.762.50 


10 


08/15/2009 


3,555.000.00 


325,000.00 


5.250% 


93,31875 


418.31875 






02/15/2010 








84.787.50 


84.787.50 


503,106.25 


11 


08/15/2010 


3,230,000.00 


325,000.00 


5.250% 


84.787.50 


409,787.50 






02/15/2011 








76,256.25 


76,256.25 


486,04375 


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 








59,19375 


59.19375 


451,91875 


14 


08/15/2013 


2.255,000.00 


325.000.00 


5.250% 


59.19375 


384.19375 






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% 


50,66250 


375,662.50 






02/1572015 








42,131.25 


42.131.25 


417.79375 


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 


400731.25 


17 


08/15/2016 


1.280,000.00 


320.000.00 


5.250% 


33,600.00 


353,600.00 






02/15/2017 








25.200.00 


25,200.00 


378.800.00 


18 


08/15/2017 


960,000.00 


320,000.00 


5.250% 


25,200.00 


345,200.00 






02/1572018 








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 


08/1 5/201 9 


320,000.00 


320,000.00 


5.250% 


8,400.00 


328,400.00 


328.400.00 








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TOTALS 




$6,476,775.00 




$3,543,168.28 


$10,019,943.28 


$10,019,943.28 



S86 



WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOP 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 
2006-2007 

394,602.13 

137,594.57 

531.02 

470,218.37 

79,132.70 


Expendrture Amount 
2007-2008 

435,023.93 

166,645.52 

1,196.06 

316,342.99 

69,231.08 


Total Expenditures 


1,082,078.79 


988,439.58 


Itemized Revenue Sources 

1 .) Catastrophic Aid 
2.) Equitable Education Aid 
3.) IDEA Entitlement (Grant) 
4.) Medicaid 


Revenue Amount 
2006-2007 

337,525.21 
271,448.00 

45,765.25 


Revenue Amount 
2007-2008 

250,398.18 
310,891.00 

11,773.16 


Total Revenues 


654,738.46 


573,062.34 


Actual District Cost for 
Special Education 


427,340.33 


415,377.24 



S87 



FINANCIAL REPORT OF SCHOOL BOARD 
WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT 
FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2008 



2007-2008 

1,459,725.16 

469,249.88 

5,239.94 

16,731.69 

39,591.63 

23,771.41 

10,502.80 

6,620.88 

4,798.20 

32,538.95 
3,125.36 

5,160.00 
436.68 



223,547.72 
80,466.07 
208.92 
378.74 
66.82 
159.94 
284.96 

102,235.82 
13,352.68 

14,823.42 
592.90 

OTHER SPECIAL PROGRAMS 
1 290-561 PUBLIC - INSTATE TUITION 41 ,731 .20 

1290-563 PRIVATE - IN & OUT OF STATE TUITION 274,61 1 .79 

VOCATIONAL PROGRAMS 

1390-561 VOCATIONAL EDUCATION TUITION 14,108.03 

591 SERVICES PURCHASED/PRIVATE SOURCES 873.00 

OTHER INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS 

1410-112 CO-CURRICULAR SALARIES-ACADEMIC 15,628.00 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 2,113.15 

610 GENERAL SUPPLIES/PAPER 1,144.82 

810 DUES & FEES 3,047.20 

890 MISCELLANEOUS 13.00 



EXPENDITURES: 


1100-112 


TEACHER SALARIES 


200 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 


430 


REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE SERVICES 


442 


RENTAL OF EQUIPMENT 


610 


GENERAL SUPPLIES/PAPER/TESTS 


641 


BOOKS & OTHER PRINTED MEDIA 


650 


COMPUTER SOFTWARE 


731 


NEW EQUIPMENT 


735 


REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 


1120-114 


SUBSTITUTE TEACHER SALARIES 


200 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 


1130-114 


TUTOR SALARIES 


200 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 


SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS 


1210-112 


SPED TEACHER SALARIES 


200 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 


610 


GENERAL SUPPLIES/PAPER/TESTS 


641 


BOOKS & OTHER PRINTED MEDIA 


650 


COMPUTER SOFTWARE 


731 


NEW EQUIPMENT 


735 


REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 


1211-114 


SPED TEACHER AIDE SALARIES 


200 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 


1212-122 


SPED SUMMER TUTORS SALARIES 


200 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 



S88 



CO-CURRICULAR PROGRAM 

1420-1 12 CO-CURRICULAR SALARIES-ATHLETIC 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

430 REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE SERVICES 

442 RENTAL OF EQUIPMENT 

591 PURCHASED SERVICES/PRIVATE SOURCES 

610 GENERAL SUPPLIES/PAPER 

735 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 

810 DUES & FEES 

890 MISCELLANEOUS 



40,726.00 

3,818.01 

3,000.00 

298.52 

23,430.00 

2,973.62 

7,078.47 

3,471.40 

246.20 



1490-591 PURCHASED SERVICES-PRIVATE SOURCES 



12,900.00 



COUNSELING SERVICES 

2122-112 GUIDANCE SALARIES 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

323 TESTING 

610 GENERAL SUPPLIES/TESTS 

641 BOOKS & OTHER PRINTED MEDIA 

810 DUES & FEES 



96,981.07 

42,901.61 

3,462.50 

1,734.50 

230.84 

358.00 



PLACEMENT SERVICES 
21 26-1 12 SCHOOL TO CAREER POSITION 
200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 



43,155.92 
16,104.00 



OTHER COUNSELING SERVICES 
2129-1 14 GUIDANCE SECRETARY SALARY 
200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 



15,252.60 
1,909.99 



HEALTH SERVICES 

2134-112 NURSES SALARY 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

430 REPAIRS & MAINTENACE SERVICES 

610 GENERAL SUPPLIES/PAPER 

641 BOOKS & OTHER PRINTED MEDIA 

810 DUES & FEES 



55,873.00 

11,330.71 

80.00 

713.83 

39.97 

135.00 



PSYCHOLOGICAL COUNSELING CONTRACTED SERVICES 
2143-321 ASSOCIATE PSYCHOLOGIST 

323 PSYCHOLOGICAL COUNSELING SERVICES 
580 TRAVEL/CONFERENCES 
610 GENERAL SUPPLIES 



44,942.82 

261.96 

180.00 

96.68 



SPECIAL ED SUPPORT SERVICES 
2152-323 SPEECH SERVICES 
21 63-323 P.T. SERVICES/O.T. SERVICES 
2190-323 OTHER STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES 



6,141.48 

132.64 

25,060.94 



SPECIAL ED RELATED SERVICES - SAU 
21 59-323 SPEECH SERVICES SAU 
2191-323 OCCUPATIONAL & PHYSICAL THERAPY 



1,632.00 
3,576.00 



IMPROVEMENT OF INST. SERVICES 
2210-240 TUITION REIMBURSEMENT 



4,560.00 



S89 



290 STAFF DEVELOPMENT-TEACHERS 8,107.47 

2212-290 INSTR. & CURRICULUM DEV. 7,734.18 

291 PROFESSIONAL DEV. - TECHNOLOGY 44.94 

649 PROFESSIONAL BOOKS & PUBLICATIONS 1 1 0.00 

EDUCATIONAL MEDIA SERVICES 

2222-112 MEDIA GENERALIST SALARY 61,642.00 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 17,549.70 

610 GENERAL SUPPLIES/PAPER 144.56 

641 BOOKS & OTHER PRINTED MEDIA 4,932.66 

810 DUES & FEES 45.00 

AUDIO VISUAL SUPPLIES 

2223-532 DATA COMMUNICATIONS/INTERNET 480.00 

610 GENERAL SUPPLIES/PAPER 164.22 

650 COMPUTER SOFTWARE 357.42 
735 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 953.83 

SCHOOL BOARD SERVICES 

2311-120 SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS 500.00 

220 SOCIAL SECURITY 7.25 

2312-120 CLERK 535.00 

220 SOCIAL SECURITY 5.80 

2313-120 TREASURER 1,300.00 

220 SOCIAL SECURITY 99.46 

2317-120 AUDITORS 200.00 

220 SOCIAL SECURITY 15.30 

2318-330 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES (LEGAL) 10,349.90 

331 SPED LEGAL SERVICES 32,649.07 

2319-520 S. B. LIABILITY INSURANCE 2,535.00 

534 POSTAGE 700.00 

540 ADVERTISING 4,149.91 

550 PRINTING/BINDING 1,605.60 

610 GENERAL SUPPLIES/PAPER 304.43 

810 DUES & FEES 3,139.80 

890 MISCELLANEOUS 884.40 

EXECUTIVE ADMINISTRATION SERVICES - SAU 

2321-312 OFFICE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT 129,107.00 

SPECIFIC AREA ADMINISTRATION SERVICES - SAU 

2332-319 SPED ADMINISTRATION 84,723.00 



SUPPORT SERVICES - SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION 



-113 


PRINCIPAL SALARIES 


200 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 


240 


COURSE 


430 


REPAIRS & MAINT. SERVICES 


531 


TELEPHONE 


534 


POSTAGE 


550 


PRINTING 


580 


TRAVEL/CONFERENCES 



154,297.72 

52,783.32 

2,400.00 

2,274.00 

14,505.10 

3,457.53 

650.00 

3,695.00 



S90 



610 


GENERAL SUPPLIES/PAPER 


650 


COMPUTER SOFTWARE 


810 


DUES & FEES 


2411-114 


SECRETARIES SALARIES 


200 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 



4,916.03 
1,779.99 
4,503.00 

69,469.51 
36,450.18 

2490-890 GRADUATION/ASSEMBLIES 3,156.99 

OPERATION & MAINTENANCE OF PLANT 

2620-114 CUSTODIAL SALARIES 119,915.41 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 45,911.88 

411 WATER/SEWER 15,344.00 

421 DISPOSAL SERVICES 8,451.48 

422 SNOW PLOWING SERVICES 13,725.00 
424 LAWN & GROUNDS CARE 5,151.20 
430 REPAIRS & MAINT. SERVICES 42,083.86 
442 LEASED EQUIPMENT 8,868.00 
520 BUILDING INSURANCE 30,893.00 
580 CUSTODIAL TRAVEL 1,400.00 
610 GENERAL SUPPLIES/PAPER 11,121.78 

622 ELECTRICITY 61,362.43 

623 BOTTLED GAS 324.00 

624 OIL 47,064.49 
731 NEW EQUIPMENT 338.00 
735 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 7,369.01 

STUDENT TRANSPORTATION 

2721-519 STUDENT TRANSPORTATION 992.50 

2722-519 SPED TRANSPORTATION (ALL) 69,231.08 

2723-519 VOC-ED TRANSPORTATION 34,010.00 

2744-519 ATHLETIC TRANSPORTATION 41,660.88 

2745-519 FIELD TRIP/CO-CURRICULAR TRANSP. 6,320.43 

OPERATION OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS 

2844-112 TECHNICAL COORDINATOR 47,891.00 

200 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 17,943.34 

610 SUPPLIES 254.69 

DEBT SERVICE 

5110-910 PRINCIPAL ON DEBT 325,000.00 

5120-830 INTEREST ON DEBT 211,012.50 

FUND TRANSFERS 

5221-930 TRANSFER TO FOOD SERVICES 52,329.18 

5251-930 TRANSFER TO CAPITAL RESERVE W.A. 50,000.00 



TOTAL EXPENDITURES: $ 5,347,055.45 



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WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT 
STATEMENT OF ANALYSIS OF CHANGES IN FUND EQUITY 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2008 



FUND EQUITY JULY 1,2007 







FOOD 


FUND 22 


FUND 70 


GENERAL 




SERVICE 


PROJECTS 


TRUST 


495,240.24 


$ 


45,216.33 




$ 248,496.56 



ADDITIONS: 
REVENUE 



$5,207,153.73 $ 185,529.70 $ 15,682.86 $ 61,200.37 



DELETIONS: 
EXPENDITURES 
OTHER DELETIONS 



$ 5,364,424.61 



$ 193,089.97 



$ 15,890.00 
$ 983.82 



FUND EQUITY JUNE 30, 2008 



$ 337,969.36 



$ 37,656.06 



$ (1,190.96) 



$ 309,696.93 



WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT 
BALANCE SHEET 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2008 







FOOD 




FUND 22 


FUND 70 


GENERAL 




SERVICE 


I 


PROJECTS 


TRUST 


ASSETS 












CASH $ 337,969.36 


$ 


24,745.36 


$ 


(1,190.96) 


$ 309,696.93 


OTHER RECEIVABLES 


$ 


4,492.59 








INTERGOVERNMENTAL RECEIVABLES 












OTHER CURRENT ASSETS 


$ 


9,182.94 








TOTAL ASSETS $ 337,969.36 


$ 


38,420.89 


$ 


(1,190.96) 


$ 309,696.93 



LIABILITIES 

OTHER CURRENT PAYABLES $ 764.83 

OTHER PAYABLES 

TOTAL LIABILITIES $ 764.83 

RESERVED FOR ENCUMBRANCES $ 28,263.88 

RESERVED FOR SPECIAL PURPOSES $ 37,656.06 

RESERVED FOR AMOUNTS VOTED $ 60,000.00 

UNRESERVED FUND BALANCE $ 249,705.48 

TOTAL LIABILITIES & FUND EQUITY $ 337,969.36 $ 38,420.89 



$ (1,190.96) $309,696.93 



$ (1,190.96) $309,696.93 






S93 



Wilton-Lyndeborough Coop School District- Projected Revenues 

2009-2010 





Actual 


Planned 


2008-2009 


Estimated 


Revenue Sources 


2007-2008 


2008-2009 


Received to date 


2009-2010 


Revenue from Local Sources: 










1300-1349 Tuition 


13,831.46 


0.00 




0.00 


1 500- 1 599 Earnings on Investments 


10,388.88 


18,000.00 


2,820.26 


10,000.00 


1600-1699 Food Service 


0.00 


172,430.00 


83,215.00 


180,750.00 


1900-1999 Other Revenue 


101,974.44 


0.00 






1920 Trust Funds 


0.00 


0.00 




0.00 


1980 Prior Year 


1,297.69 


0.00 


291.50 


0.00 


1990 Other Local 


1,275.94 


0.00 




0.00 



Revenue from State Sources: 

31 1 Equitable Education Aid 



745,458.00 745,458.00 



521,821.00 774,152.00 



3210 Building Aid 


137,357.36 


130,000.00 


65,000.00 


130,000.00 


3230 Catastrophic Aid 


250,398.18 


11,238.00 


20,210.00 


0.00 


3242 Voc Ed - Transportation 


0.00 


4,143.00 


2,681.60 


4,000.00 


3260 Child Nutrition 


0.00 


6,200.00 


2,482.73 


7,000.00 


3270 Driver's Education 


12,900.00 


17,500.00 


2,850.00 


17,500.00 


3290 Other State Aid 


2,790.45 


0.00 






Revenue from Federal Sources: 










4100-4539 Title II, IV, VI, Class Size 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


4560 Child Nutrition 


52,245.03 


46,370.00 


23,404.25 


48,500.00 


4580 Medicaid 


11,773.16 


0.00 


3,342.64 


0.00 


Transfers from Other Funds: 










5100-5139 Other Sources 










5210 From Fund Balance 


0.00 


97,000.00 




80,000.00 


5251 From Capital Reserve 


0.00 


60,000.00 


50,549.62 


0.00 


Total Projected Revenues 


1,341,690.59 


1,308,339.00 


778,668.60 


1,251,902.00 



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WILTON POLICE DEPARTMENT 

WILTON FIRE DEPARTMENT 

WILTON AMBULANCE 

WILTON TOWN OFFICE 

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

Office Hours: 

Monday, Tuesday & Friday 

Wednesday 

Thursday 

Board of Selectmen meet Monday Nights 

BUILDING INSPECTOR 

Office Hours: 

Monday 

Tuesday 

Wednesday 

Thursday 

Friday 



91 1 Emergency or 654-9452 
911 Emergency or 654-6758 
911 Emergency or 654-2222 

654-9451 



9:00-4:00 
Closed 
9:00-7:00 
6:30 PM 

654-3960 

11:00 AM -1:00 PM 

10:00 AM -Noon 

Closed 

5:00 PM -7:00 PM 

2:00 PM -3:30 PM 

& by appointment 



FLORENCE RIDEOUT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 
Web site address: http://florencerideout.net 

WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL 
Web site address: http://www.wlcwarriors.net 

WILTON SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 



654-6714 



654-6123 



878-8100 



WILTON RECYCLING CENTER 

Recycle Hours: 

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Sunday 

Tuesday 

Thursday 

Monday, Wednesday & Friday 

WILTON PUBLIC & GREGG FREE LIBRARY 
Web site address: http://wiltonlibrarynh.org 
Library Hours: 
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Thursday 

Friday 

Saturday 



654-6150 



9:00- 5:00 
8:00-11:45 
7:30- 5:00 
9:00- 5:00 
Closed 



654-2581 



11:00-7:00 

9:30 -7:00 

11:00-5:00 

9:00 - 2:00 Sept - June 

9:00 - 12:00 July & Augus 

Closed 



Sunday & Monday 

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Please note all hours subject to change.