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Town of Atkinson 
Office Hours 



SELECTME 


N'S OFFICE • 


362-5266 


Weekdays: 


8:00 am - 


4:00 pm 


TOWN CLERK • 362-4920 




Monday: 


10:00 am - 


Noon 




4:00 pm - 


9:00 pm 


Tuesday: 


10:00 am - 


5:00 pm 




6:00 pm - 


8:00 pm 


Wednesday: 


10:00 am - 


5:00 pm 


Friday: 


10:00 am - 


5:00 pm 


PLANNING 


BOARD / 




ZONING BOARD • 362-5761 


Weekdays: 


8:00 am - 


4:00 pm 


2nd and 3rd 


Wednesday - 






Open at 4:00 


pm 



TAX COLLECTOR • 362-5357 

Monday: 3:00 pm - 9:00 pm 

Wednesday: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm 
Friday: 10:00 am - 4:55 pm 

** Please check with Tax Collector for 
Summer Schedule. 

BUILDING INSPECTOR / 

CODE ENFORCEMENT • 362-5761 

Weekdays: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm 

Monday: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm 

KIMBALL PUBLIC LIBRARY • 



- 8:00 pm 

- 8:00 pm 

- 8:00 pm 

- 8:00 pm 

- 8:00 pm 

- 3:00 pm 



TOWN GARAGE • 362-4010 



362-5234 




Monday: 


2:00 pm 


Tuesday: 


10:00 am 


Wednesday: 


2:00 pm 


Thursday: 


10:00 am 


Friday: 


2:00 pm 


Saturday: 


10:00 am 



ATKINSON FIRE DEPARTMENT 

Emergency Number •911 

Business Number • 362-531 J 

ATKINSON POLICE DEPARTMENT 

Emergency Number '911 

Business Number • 362-4001 

Weekdays: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm 

Monday: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm 

Saturday: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm 

ANIMAL CONTROL DEPARTMENT 
Emergency Number • 362-4739 

BRUSH DUMP 
Open April - November 

Weekends: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm 

RECYCLING DROP-OFF CENTER 

1st and 3rd Saturdays: 

9:00 am - 1:00 pm 
2nd and 4th Wednesdays: 

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm 



SCHEDULE OF MONTHLY 
MEETINGS 



Selectmen: 
Planning Board: 
Board of Adjustment: 
Conservation Comm. 
Budget Committee: 



Mondays - 7:30 pm 

I St & 3rd Wednesdays 

2nd Wednesday 

2nd Monday 

2nd Tuesday 



LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS 

Atkinson Garden Club Historical Society 

Friends of the Library Lions Club 

Grange Tri-Town Friends 

Women's Civic Club 



Atkinson 
Annual Report 

For the year ending December 31, 

1995 



In Memorium 



Robert Conley 

Chief of Police 



James Grimes 

Town Engineer 
Atkinson Planning Board 



Beatrice P. Reynolds 

Librarian 



Contents 



Application for Committee Appointment 49 

Appropriations 6 

Auditor's Report 36 

Bonded Debt 14 

Building Inspector 28 

Comparative Statement 15 

Conservation Commission 29 

Current Use Assessments 38 

Detailed Vendor Payment List 17 

Financial Statement 5 

Fire Department 30 

Highway Department 31 

Kimball Public Library Financial Report 23 

Kimball Public Library 32 

Planning Board 33 

Police Department 34 

Salaries of Town Officials and Employees 16 

Selectmen 4 

Summary Inventory of Valuation 7 

Tax Collector 10 

Tax Rate Computation and Analysis 8 

Town Clerk 12 

Town Meeting Summary 24 

Town Officials Listing 1 

Treasurer's Summary 13 

Trustees of Trust Funds 40 

Vital Statistics: 

Births 46 

Deaths 46 

Marriages 47 

Zoning Board of Adjustment 35 



Town Officials 



Representatives to the General Court: 
The Honorable Natalie Flanagan 
The Honorable Vivian Clark 



Moderator Term Expires 

John W. Herlihy 1996 

Board of Selectmen 

Charles George, Jr., Chairman 1996 

Joseph DeRosa 1997 

Barbara Stewart 1998 

Town Clerk 

Linda Jette 1997 

Tax Collector 

Jessi Anastasi 1996 

Treasurer 

Michael Turell 1996 

Cemetery Trustees 

Una Collins, Chairman 1997 

Deborah Hiett 1996 

Paul Quartarone 1998 

Library Trustees 

Donald Blaszka, Chairman 1996 

Deborah Byers 1997 

Andrew Cannon 1998 

Sally Dowd 1997 

Jane Jones 1996 

Municipal Budget Committee 

Brian Boyle, Chairman 1997 

Fred Thompson, Vice-Chairman 1998 

Janine Councilman 1996 

Lenny Hall 1996 

Thomas Phaneuf 1996 

Richard Picone 1997 

Barbara Stewart ex officio 

Road Agent 

Edward H. Stewart 1996 

Sexton 

Edward H. Stewart 1996 

Supervisors of the Checklist 

Martha MacDonald, Chairman 1996 

Virginia Busby 1998 

Suzanne Malone 2000 

Trustees of Trust Funds 

Una Collins, Co-Chairman 1998 

Patricia Macomber, Co-Chairman 1997 

Dale Childs 1996 



Animal Control 

Jeannette Gould, A. CO 1996 

Dale Childs, Officer Resigned 

Dawn Childs, Assistant Resigned 

Shane Childs, Assistant Resigned 

John Sullivan, Assistant 1996 

Matthew Woodman, Assistant Resigned 

Board of Adjustment 

Charles LeMay, Chairman 1996 

Sanford Carter 1996 

John W. Herlihy 1997 

Frank Polito 1997 

Henry Riehl 1998 

Merle Ashford, Alternate 1996 

Elizabeth McGrath, Alternate 1998 

David Rockwell, Alternate 1997 

Building Inspector 

Robert J. Jones 1996 

Ronald F. Caswell, Assistant 1996 

Building Needs Committee 

Barbara Snicer, Chairman 1996 

Richard B. Wood, Vice-Chairman 1996 

Fred Childs 1996 

June England 1996 

John Kiley 1996 

Peter A. Lewis 1996 

Jamison Tomasek 1996 

Barbara Stewart ex officio 

Civil Defense Director 

Patrick Judge 1996 

Code Enforcement Officer 

Ronald F. Caswell 1996 

Robert J. Jones, Assistant 1996 

Conservation Commission 

Christine Lewis, Chairman 1996 

Carole Hall 1996 

Diane Henderson 1996 

Gordon D. Henderson 1996 

Jane Jones 1997 

Scott Kukshtel 1996 

Chet Ladd 1996 

Gordon Stone 1998 

Robert Fritz, Alternate 1996 

Elderly Affairs Director 

Philip V. Consentino 1996 



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Town Officials/Employees 



Electrical Inspector 

James Miller 1996 

Philip A. Paglierani, Assistant 1996 

Family Mediation Representatives 

Patrick Judge 1996 

Diane Kinney 1996 

Fire Department 

Michael Muiphy, Chief 
Kevin Landiy, Deputy Chief 
John Rockwell, Captain 
Scott Sullivan, Lieutenant 
Al Goldstein, Lieutenant 
Rick Daniels, Lieutenant 
Fred Beckwith, EMS Captain 
Members: 
Albert Apitz John Masse 

Daniel Beckwith Keith Miller 

Roger Culliford Robert Neill 

Joseph DeRosa Nicholas Orio 

Charles Earley Timothy Roberts 

Brett Greenlaw Tony Signorino 

Garrett Gulubicki Edward Stewart 

Andrew Guyette Donna Sullivan 

Nick Hantzis John Sullivan 

David Holigan Paul Sullivan 

Donna Holigan David Weymouth 

Darrell Hollenbeck Keith Wheeler 

Robert Kawejsza Steve Wooster 

Donna LaChance 

Fire Inspectors 

Charles Earley 
David Weymouth 

Forest Fire Warden 

Michael Murphy 
Edward Stewart, Deputy 

Health Officer 

Joseph Chamberlain 1996 

Philip A. Busby, Assistant 1996 

Planning Board 

George Lemery, Chairman 1997 

Philip A. Busby 1996 

Paul DiMaggio 1996 

John Feuer 1998 

Deidre Morse 1997 

Daniel Traynor 1998 

Thomas Dube, Alternate 1997 

Charles Kendrick, Alternate 1996 

Harold Morse, Alternate 1997 

Joseph DeRosa ex officio 



Plumbing Inspector 

William Ashford... 



1996 



Police Department 

Philip V. Consentino, Chief 
Vincent Dowd, Lieutenant 
Robert Woodbury, Lieutenant 
Diane Kinney, Sergeant 
William McNulty, Sergeant 
Rick Daniels, Sergeant 
John Tetreault, Corporal 

Patrol Officers: 
John DeSantis Charles McCarthy 

Robert DesJardins Steve McPherson 

Robert Donovan, Sr. Andrew Miville 

Jeffrey Durand, Res. Gerai'd O'Mara 

Brett Greenlaw Donald Roberts, Jr. 

Stephen Isola Jason Rodriguez 

Robert LaChance Sam Zaninni 

Kevin Landry 

Dispatch: 
JoAnne Consentino 
Diane Kinney 
Karen Kinney 

Directors: 

Dispatch Service JoAnne Consentino 

Juvenile Affairs Dale Childs 

Personnel Sgt.William McNulty 

Training Lt. Vincent Dowd 

Special Assignments: 

Court Prosecutor Sgt. Rick Daniels 

D.A.R.E. Officer Cpl. John Tetreault 

Scheduling Sgt. William McNulty 

Special Officer: 
Sally Dowd 

School Crossing Guard: 
Charles McCarthy 
Mary Duffy 

Recreation Commission 

Louis Panneton, Chairman 1997 

Gary Cereno 1998 

Robert Fritz 1998 

Gretchen Nelson 1996 

Kenneth Plourde 1997 

Cathy Thompson 1998 

Rockingham Planning Commission 
Representatives 

Carole Hall 1996 

Deidre Morse 1997 

Solid Waste District Representative 

Edward Stewart 1996 



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Town Officials/Employees 



Town Forester 

John Feuer 1996 

Capital Improvement Committee 

Brian Boyle 1996 

Fred Childs 1996 

Jane Cole 1996 

Janine Councilman 1996 

Charles Kendrick 1996 

Harold Morse 1996 

Robert Neill 1996 

Joseph DeRosa ex officio 

Code Enforcement Advisory Committee 

Brian Boyle 1996 

Philip V. Consentino 1996 

Charles D. Earley 1996 

Robert Jones 1996 

Frank Polito 1996 

Dave Weymouth, Alternate 1996 

Barbara Stewart ex officio 

Highway Safety Committee 

Fred Childs 1996 

Philip V. Consentino 1996 

Patrick Judge 1996 

John Kiley 1996 

Kevin Landry 1996 

Peter A. Lewis 1996 

Michael Murphy 1996 

Ted Stewart 1996 

John Tetreault 1996 

Frederick Waters 1996 

Memorial Day Committee 

Janine Councilman, Chairman 1996 

Steven Councilman 1998 

Recycling Committee 

Vincent Marchand, Chairman 1996 

Barbara Belmer 1996 

Deborah Byers 1996 

Greg Czarnecki 1996 

Donald DeCesare 1996 

Patrick Judge 1996 

Leann Moccia 1996 

Paul Moccia 1996 

Betty Rollins 1996 

Suzanne Romano 1996 

Road Agent Advisory Committee 

Philip Busby 1996 

James Kirsch 1996 

Peter Lewis 1996 

Ted Stewart 1996 

Joseph DeRosa ex officio 



Town Employees 

Fred Childs, Maintenance Supervisor 

Jane Cole, Selectmen 's Assistant 

Shirley Galvin, Planning Board Assistant 

Leah Hammer, Selectmen 's Clerk 

Teddie Hartwell, Selectmen 's Clerk, Resigned 

Joann Kiley, Assistant Town Clerk 

Rochelle LaFontaine, Deputy Town Clerk 

Sandra LeVallee, Bookkeeper 

Pat Macomber, Deputy Treasurer 

Pamela Murphy, Fire Dept. Clerk 

James Rafferty, Deputy Treasurer, Resigned 

Marie White, Deputy Tax Collector 

Ellen Winn, Selectmen 's Clerk, Resigned 

Kimball Public Library Staff 

Joe Rodio, Director 
Carolyn Birr, Children's Librarian 
Janice Ananian 
Christina Barney 
Roberta Cianci 
Cynthia Gunda 
Joan Houle 
Shannon McCarthy 
Nancy Pine 
Betty Rollins 
Volunteers: 
Marge Callahan 
Virginia Gielbunt 
Elsie Mauriello 
Thelma Pine 
Bert Wedgwood 

ACTV - 20 Production Staff 

Michael C. Turell, Producer 
Barbara Snicer, Producer 
JoAnne Consentino 
William M. Gordon 
Denise Jackson 
Jeannie C. Lonergan 
Christopher Ryan 
Jay Ryan 
Robin Snicer 
Barbara Stewart 
Robert Tingley 
Raymond Viglione 
C. D. Wisecarver 

Town Report Coordinators: 

Jane Cole 
Pat Macomber 



Board of Selectmen 



The Atkinson Board of Selectmen are pleased to report that 1995 proved to be a very stable year for 
the Town of Atkinson. We believe that proper steps have been taken on a fiscal basis to assure a 
relatively stable tax rate in the years to come and, while doing so, we will still be able to 
accommodate Capital Improvements the town needs to make. 

We are pleased to have updated the salary matrix for town employees, and future boards should 
look forward to being able to reward town employees on merit performance ratings. 

Because of the shrewd decision made by the voters at the 1995 Town Meeting to purchase the 
property at One Academy Avenue, the Board feels confident that a mutually agreeable airangement 
will be affected between the Kimball Trust, the Town Library, Atkinson Fire Department, 
Cemetery Tnistees, Historical Society and State of New Hampshire with regard to the intersection 
of Academy and Dow Common, and the not-too-distant future building program filled with major 
capital improvements for all of the above listed entities. 

Our heartfelt thanks to the many volunteers who serve to provide fresh ideas, enthusiasm and effort 
which keep Atkinson Town Government vibrant and focused on the present and future. 

We wish to thank the many town employees for their effort and devotion to the needs of town 
government. 

The future looks bright for the town, and we feel stability in our town government and its 
infrastructure is the key to maintaining and enhancing the quality of community life for our 
residents. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Charles George, Jr., Chairman 
Joseph DeRosa 
Barbara L. Stewart 



Financial Statement 



For Year Ended December 31, 1995 



Assets 



Cash: 

In Hands of Treasurer 




$2,842,657.34 


Capital Reserve Funds: 

Fire Department 
Cable Television 
Building Needs 
Highway Department 


$248,877.48 
66,380.13 
27,004.96 
10,493.24 




Total Capital Reserve Funds 




352,755.81 


Unredeemed Taxes: 

End of Year 1994 
End of Year 1993 


$31,768.23 
51,203.53 




Total Unredeemed Taxes 




82,971.76 


Uncollected Taxes: 

Levy of 1995 




241,808.36 


Total Assets 


$3,520,193.27 




Liabilities 




Accounts Owed by the Town: 

Special Appropriations 
School District Taxes Payable 
Outstanding 


$177,348.00 

2,413,688.00 

82,000.00 




Total Accounts Owed by Town 




$2,673,036.00 


Capital Reserves 




352.755.81 


Total Liabilities 


$3,025,791.81 


Fund Balance 


Balance 


494,401.46 


Total Liabilities and Fund 


$3,520,193.27 



1995 Appropriations Summary 



General Government 




$523,834.00 


Public Safety 


528,580.00 


Highway 


434,408.00 


Sanitation 


308,300.00 


Health 


59,730.00 


General Assistance 


11,000.00 


Culture/Recreation 


265,363.00 


Conservation 


4,886.00 


Debt Service 


105,920.00 


Capital Outlay 


215,000.00 


Capital Reserves 


31,000.00 


Total Appropriations 


$2,488,021.00 


Capital Reserves 




1% 




Capital Outlay 


General Government 


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Debt Service ^^ri^^H' 


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Highway 




179 








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Summary Inventory 
of Valuation 



Value of Land Only: 



Current Use 
Residential 
Commercial Industrial 


$148,085.00 

99,932,700.00 

4,923,000.00 




Total Taxable Land 




$105,003,785.00 


Value of Buildings Only: 






Residential 

Manufactured Housing 
Commercial/Industrial 


195,741,800.00 

50,000.00 

7,838,400.00 




Total Taxable Buildings 




203,630,200.00 


Public Utilities: 






Water 

Gas 

Electric 


674,900.00 

200,000.00 

1,542,800.00 




Total Public Utilities 




2,417,700.00 


Valuation Before Exemptions 


$311,051,685.00 


Exemptions: 






Blind Exemption (4) 
Elderly (41) 

Physically Handicapped (2) 
SolarAVind power (11) 


60,000.00 

2,936,000.00 

5,700.00 

170,916.00 




Total Exemptions 


Computed: 


(3,172,616.00) 


Net Valuation on Which Tax Rate is 


$307,879,069.00 



Tax Rate Computation 



Town Portion: 

Appropriations $2,488,022.00 

Less: Revenues (1,474,527.00) 

Less: Shares Revenues (5,596.00) 

Plus: Overlay 100,325.00 

War Service Credits 49,700.00 



Net Town Appropriation $1,157,924.00 

Municipal Tax Rate $3. 76 



School Portion: 

Due to Local School $4,840,688.00 



Less: Shared Revenues (66,550.00) 



Net School Appropriation $4,774,138.00 

School Tax Rate $15.51 



County Portion: 

Due to County $444,514.00 

Less: Shared Revenues (3,479.00) 



Net County Appropriation $441,035.00 

County Tax Rate $1.43 



Total Property Taxes Assessed $6,373,097.00 

Less: War Service Credits (49,700.00) 



Total Property Tax Commitment $6,323,397.00 



Net Assessed Valuation $307,879,069.00 



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Total Tax Rate $20.70 



Tax Rate Analysis 



1990 - 1995 




1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 



I Town 



I County 



□ School 



1990 



1991 



1992 



1993 



1994 



1995 



Town 


$2.84 


$3.09 


$2.30 


$5.13 


$3.77 


$3.76 


County 


.77 


.81 


.95 


1.30 


1.30 


1.43 


School 


10.89 


11.70 


12.75 


14.47 


15.43 


15.51 



Totals $14.50 



$15.60 



$16.00 



$20.90 



$20.50 



$20.70 



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Tax Collector's Report 



Levy of 1995 Debits Credits 



Taxes Committed to Collector 






Property Taxes 


$6,336,034.00 




Land Use Change Tax 


70,980.00 




Yield Taxes 


2,812.16 




Over Payments on Property Taxes 


24,359.24 




Interest Collected on 






Delinquent Property Taxes 


3,921.54 




Interest Collected on 






Delinquent Land Use Change Taxes 


894.51 




Total Debits 


$6,439,001.45 




Remittances to Treasurer 






Property Taxes 




$6,079,098.31 


Land Use Change Tax 




27,147.60 


Yield Taxes 




2,812.16 


Interest Collected (Property Taxes) 




3,921.54 


Interest Collected (Land Use) 




894.51 


Over Payments (Property Taxes) 




24,359.24 


Abatements (Property) 




848.33 


Abatements (Land Use) 




1,430.00 


Uncollected Land Use Change Tax 




42,402.40 


Uncollected Taxes - December 31, 1995 






(Per Tax Collector's List) 




256,087.36 


Total Credits 


$6,439,001.45 


Levy of 1994 






Uncollected Taxes - As of January 1, 


1995 




Property Taxes 


$246,443.21 




Interest Collected on 






Delinquent Property Taxes 


14,841.84 




Overpayments (Property Taxes) 


101.13 




Total Debits 


$261,386.18 




Remittances to Treasurer 






Property Taxes 




$246,544.34 


Interest Collected 




14,841.84 


Total Credits 


$261,386.18 



Grand Total Remitted to Treasurer - 1995 $6,527,374.72 

I hereby certify that the above report is correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

Jessi Anastasi, 

Tax Collector 

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Summary of Tax Sale/Tax 
Lien Accounts 

Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1995 



Debits 



1994 



1993 



1992/Prior 



Balance - Beginning 
Januai-y 1, 1994 

Taxes Sold/Executed to Town 
During Fiscal Year 



$82,052.84 



$119,388.88 



Unredeemed Taxes End of Year 



62,768.23 



52,203.53 



$23,008.71 



Interest Collected After Sale/Execution 


4,291.59 


6.528.10 


7,456.82 


Total Debits 


$123,680.47 


$88,580.94 


$30,465.53 


Credits 



emittances to Treasurer 








During Fiscal Year 








Redemptions 


$56,620.65 


$29,849.31 


$23,008.71 


Interest & Cost After Sale 


4,291.59 


6,528.10 


7,456.82 



Total Credit 



$123,680.47 



$88,580.94 



$30,465.53 



Respectfully submitted, 

Jessi Anastasi, 

Tax Collector 



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Town Clerk 



For the Year Ending December 31, 1995 

Motor Vehicle Fees $665,772.00 

Dog Licenses 4,952.00 

Dog Fines (Unlicensed) 205.00 

Marriage Licenses 1,665.00 

Boat Permit Fees 2,401.16 

Boat Agent Fees, Town 137.00 

Boat Agent Fees, State 316.50 

Articles of Agreement Fees 10.00 

Title Fees 2,750.00 

UCC Fees 1,479.75 

Certified Copy Fees 933.00 

Tax Lien Fees 330.00 

Filing Fees 9.00 

Dredge and Fill Fees 68.20 

Pole and Cable License Fees 10.00 

Postage 29.30 

Municipal Agent Fees 15,547.50 



Paid Treasurer $696,615.41 



I hereby certify that the above is correct according to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Linda S. Jette, 

Town Clerk 



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Treasurer's Summary 



January 1, 1995 to December 31, 1995 

(Unaudited) 



Cash on Hand 

General Account 
Money Market 
Investment 


$ 50,000.00 

157,521.00 

2,635,136.34 




Total Cash on Hand 




$2,842,657.34 


Recap 

Beginning Balance - January 1, 1995 

Income: 

Interest $80,673.09 
Revenues submitted by: 

Tax Collector $6,52 1 ,27 1 .42 
Town Clerk 699,438.46 
Departments 410,390.19 
Total Revenues 7,631,100.07 
Total Income 

Expenditures (7,603,832.95) 
Less Outstanding Checks and NSF's 82.982.56 


$2,651,734.57 

7,711,773.16 


Total Net Expenditures 




(7,520,850.39) 


Net Cash Balance - December 31, 1995 


$2,842,657.34 


Short Term Debt Summary 

Balance - January 1, 1995 $0.00 
Amounts Borrowed 0.00 
Interest Paid 0.00 
Payments Made 0.00 



Balance - December 31, 1995 $0.00 

Long-Term Debt Summary 

Balance Outstanding - January 1, 1995 $140,000.00 

Bonds Issued " 0.00 

Principal Payment - June 1 , 1 995 70.000.00 

Balance Outstanding - December 31, 1995 $70,000.00 



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1986 Town Hall Bond 
Repayment Schedule 



For 


Annual 


Annual 


Balance 


Year Ended 


Maturities 


Maturities 


Due 


12/31 


Due 


Paid 


$717,261.00 


1987 


$77,261.00 


$77,261.00 


$640,000.00 


1988 


$75,000.00 


$75,000.00 


$565,000.00 


1989 


$75,000.00 


$75,000.00 


$490,000.00 


1990 


$70,000.00 


$70,000.00 


$420,000.00 


1991 


$70,000.00 


$70,000.00 


$350,000.00 


1992 


$70,000.00 


$70,000.00 


$280,000.00 


1993 


$70,000.00 


$70,000.00 


$210,000.00 


1994 


$70,000.00 


$70,000.00 


$140,000.00 


1995 


$70,000.00 


$70,000.00 


$70,000.00 


1996 


$70,000.00 






Totals 


$717,261.00 


$647,261.00 


$70,000.00 



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15 



Salaries 



Erin Ahem 
Janice Ananian 
Jessi Anastasi 
William Ashford 
Christina Barney 
Daniel Beckwith 
Carolyn Bin- 
Heidi Bisol 
Jay Cadorette 
Paula Callahan 
Ronald Caswell 
Michael Cerne 
Joseph Chamberlain 
Cherie Chevalier 
Dale Childs 
Dawn Childs 
Fred Childs 
Shane Childs 
Roberta Cianci 
Jane Cole 
Joanne Consentino 
Philip Consentino 
Daniel Cote 
Timothy Craig 
John Daniels 
Joseph DeRosa 
Robert Desjardins 
Sally Dowd 
Vincent Dowd 
Mary Duffy 
Jeffrey Durand 
James Dwyer 
Charles Earley 
Timothy Fairfield 
Mark Flyzik 
Shirley Galvin 
Charles George Jr. 
Christie Giglio 
Jeanette Gould 
Brett Greenlaw 
Cynthia Gunda 
Trampas Guyette 
Leah Hammer 
Brian Hanlon 
Teddie Hartwell 
Darian Hollenbeck 
Joan Houle 
Linda Jette 
Robert Jones 
Joann Kiley 
Timothy King 



$947.50 


Diane Kinney 


$14,095.81 


968.50 


Karen Kinney 


161.70 


16,859.00 


Robert LaChance 


4,316.90 


2.425.00 


Rochelle LaFontaine 


12.049.88 


3.108.80 


Kevin Landry 


2,501.20 


3,200.02 


Shaun LeBIanc 


1,029.03 


15,253.35 


Sandra LeVallee 


23.956.00 


980.00 


Jean Lopizzo 


43.05 


828.33 


Pat Macomber 


2,084.22 


926.75 


Leigh Maglia 


1 ,029.03 


570.00 


Brian Magoon 


980.00 


730.25 


Ann Martin 


32.45 


10,030.00 


John Masse 


8.305.33 


136.00 


Chades McCarthy 


10.838.50 


12,142.50 


Shannon McCarthy 


1,196.60 


354.70 


Ken McFayden 


1 .029.03 


14,556.00 


William McNulty 


2,142.40 


915.95 


Steven McPherson 


3,246.90 


9,907.25 


James Miller 


4.990.00 


29,789.00 


Andrew Miville 


23,996.20 


14,574.30 


Robert Morse 


750.00 


16,911.00 


Pamela Murphy 


2,660.00 


335.86 


George Murray 


1 ,05 1 .75 


804.45 


Caroline Nadeau 


780.00 


32,658.00 


Philip Paglierani 


1,415.00 


2,500.00 


Chris Palmieri 


1,314.45 


5,410.35 


Josh Panneton 


950.63 


142.10 


Michelle Panneton 


1,185.83 


18,217.80 


Nancy Pine 


1,918.90 


1,249.20 


Eric Piatt 


1,234.00 


5,516.55 


Patricia Plourde 


1 ,350.40 


1,270.00 


Joseph Poist 


2,205.00 


1,680.00 


James Rafferty 


125.00 


91.70 


Donald Roberts 


546.60 


221.00 


Joseph Rodio 


25,394.35 


24,874.00 


Betty Rollins 


3,326.10 


2,875.02 


David Salois 


1,099.20 


287.96 


Barbara Stewart 


1,875.06 


325.00 


Edward Stewart 


17,361.71 


2,682.60 


John Sullivan 


104.00 


2,033.60 


John Tetreault 


31,273.40 


947.74 


Michael Turell 


1 .500.00 


7,237.10 


David Weymouth 


5,120.00 


950.00 


Marie White 


3,755.25 


1,833.75 


Carla Wilson 


1,667.95 


38.10 


Ellen Winn 


6.683.00 


10.865.10 


Robert Woodbury 


666.60 


38,485.75 


Mathew Woodman 


330.20 


9.500.00 


Patricia Wright 


318.00 


3,137.55 


Samuel Zannini 


2.910.20 


1,087.83 








Total Salaries 


$572,269.12 



16 



Detailed Vendor Payment List 



Vendor 

A Safe Place 

A & C Tire 

A & R Door Services, Inc. 

AAA Police Supply 

Aaron Cohen Assoc. 

Ernest Acheson 

Adamson Industries 

Advanced Copy Care 

H J Agudclo 

Aids Response of Seacoast 

Alert All 

All/Disc Entertainment 

Allston Plumbing & Heating 

Gregory Aloi 

American Cancer Society 

American Fire Journal 

American Girl 

American Library Assoc. 

American Rural Fire Equip 

American Speedy Printing 

Jessi Anastasi, Tax Collector 

Albert Apitz 

Apollo Safely Inc. 

Architectural Digest 

AT&T 

Atkinson DARE Program 

Atkinson Garden Club 

Atkinson Grange 

Atkinson Little League 

Atkinson Police Assoc. 

Atlantic 

Atlantic Turnkey Corp. 

Auto Electric Service 

AVITAR Assoc. 

B & J Publications 

Francis Baglione 

Thomas Baillargeon 

Mrs. Baines 

Baker & Taylor 

Barnes & Noble 

Barrett Paving 

Michael Barrett 

Bill Barllett Son 

Benjamin Bassi 

John Bavousett 

Robert Beaulieu 

Fred Beckwith 

Dan Beckwith 

Steven J. Beiras 

Ben's Uniforms 

Berger/Berger/Hyde 

Carolyn Birr 

Blair House of Flowers 

Blake Family Trust 

Blaser Family Trust 

BMG Classical Music Serv. 

BOCA International 

Book of the Month Club 

Bon Appetit 



Payment 



Vendor 



$200.00 


Roy Bonaccorso 


2,280.78 


Bound Tree Corp. 


180.00 


Brian Boyle 


1,360.00 


Boy's Life 


3,000.00 


Bride's 


385.00 


Brodart Co. 


696.42 


Bronzecraft 


2,155.00 


Brown & Sallmarsh 


4.250.00 


Brox Industries 


1 .000.00 


Bruce Trans. Group Inc. 


416.00 


Brushwood Veterinary Clinic 


3.100.00 


Burns Auto Paris 


600.00 


Burtco Inc. 


330.00 


Busby Construction 


50.00 


Philip Busby 


19.95 


Virginia Busby 


19.95 


Business Communications 


119.60 


Business Week 


65,800.00 


Lavon Butler 


355.80 


Michie Butterworth 


21,374.21 


Byrd Rev. Trust 


2.00 


C&D Auto Clinic 


548.75 


C & D Microsystems 


39.95 


Cabinet Cove 


1,304.15 


Paula Callahan 


500.00 


Joseph Cannarozzo 


700.00 


Capital Business Forms 


100.00 


The Car Phone Store 


2,500.00 


D. J. Casey 


156.00 


Castleton Ltd. 


2,243.08 


Ronald Caswell 


12,170.10 


Catalog Sales 


126.64 


Catch Basin Cleaners 


27,133.79 


CCR Data Systems 


14.48 


Cellular One 


72.00 


Center for Applied Research 


47.52 


Center for Life Management 


20.00 


Century Carpet 


6,555.32 


Century Copier 


307.48 


Cindy Cereno 


61.80 


Robert Chabot 


363.00 


Chaff Vending Service 


1,847.50 


Irene Chaisson 


1,857.00 


Chalford Publishing Corp. 


75.00 


Challant/Rabinovitz 


59.00 


A. Charpentier 


280.95 


Chaulk Services 


2.00 


Chief Supply Inc. 


650.00 


Children's Better Health 


298.88 


DaleChilds 


: 15.035.00 


Fred Childs 


52.80 


Shane Childs 


842.00 


Chili's 


8.00 


Chivers 


162.98 


Michael Clare 


53.49 


Claremont Chemicals 


120.00 


Stacey E Clark 


218.04 


Patrick Clay 


12.97 


Michael Clements 



Payment 

168,00 

1,008.84 

1,693.57 

15.60 

14.97 

85.63 

466.84 

48.00 

5,159.32 

955.00 

3,017.50 

64.99 

9,420.07 

300.00 

9.00 

95.00 

225.80 

46.95 

14.28 

1,948.38 

191.00 

2,747.20 

85.00 

300.00 

28.96 

42.70 

528.65 

179.00 

100.30 

2,844.06 

799.00 

31.00 

3,500.00 

402.84 

2,055.31 

37.94 

6,805.00 

721.90 

477.25 

250.00 

8.25 

116.00 

59.00 

35.51 

72.00 

836.57 

22,249.95 

93.75 

10.95 

941.98 

241.78 

81.40 

29.00 

6.50 

720.00 

1 64.08 

167.00 

41.56 

152.00 



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Detailed Vendor Payment List 



Vendor 

Community Newsdealers 

Amelia Coen 

Columbia House 

Jane Cole 

Cole Publications 

Una Collins 

College Board Publications 

Maurice Collins 

Columbus and Co 

Compusense 

Computer Marketplace 

Concord Hospital 

Ann Condon 

Michelle Consentino 

P. Consentino 

Conservation Commission 

Consumer Reports 

Continental Paving 

Conway Associates 

Cornerstone Survey Assoc. 

Olga Cottis 

Councilman Electric 

Countree Lawn Landscaping 

Stephen Couture 

Michael Cove 

Michael Cowan 

Crisis Pregnancy Center 

Robert Cronk 

Cross Hill Realty Trust 

Roger Cullilford 

Celeste Dalton 

John Daniels 

W S Darley & Co. 

Dave's Sporting Goods 

David Heating & Cooling 

Edwin Davis 

Cathy Deluca 

Demco 

Demers Glass Co. 

DeMoulas Super Markets 

Dept. of Agriculture 

Joseph DeRosa 

DeRosa of Boston 

Patricia Descheneau 

Robert DesJardins 

Walter Desruisseaux 

Donald Deveau 

Difeo Oil Co. 

Donald DiMatteo 

Dingee Machine 

Document Security 

Dodge Grain 

Dodge's Agway 

Donahue Brothers 

Donovan Equipment Co. 

Doubleday 

Dover Publications 

■Vincent Dowd 

Alan Dragon 



Payment 


Vendor 


219.62 


Mark Duclos 


14.00 


Dunkin Donuts 


112.15 


Dunn's Equipment 


727.89 


Jeff Durand 


116.50 


Durkin Realty Trust 


275.03 


Dynamic Designs 


28.95 


Eagle Tribune 


37.60 


Charles Earley 


26.65 


Eastern Alarms 


995.00 


East Coast Lumber 


535.00 


Ed Electric 


475.00 


Edgefield Veterinary 


67.00 


Dennis Edmondson 


25.00 


Education Guide Inc. 


917.29 


George Eldon 


2.714.75 


Electro-One Computers 


39.00 


Emergency Medical Services 


170.550.67 


Theresa Enos 


7,266.74 


Esco Awards 


4,350.00 


Exeter & Hampton Electric 


72.00 


Exeter Hospital 


542.00 


Howard Fairfield Inc. 


687.50 


Family Bank of NH 


185.15 


Family Meditation & Jvnl. Serv 


18.00 


Farmer Funeral Homes 


25.00 


Vincent Farone 


750.00 


Fire Engineering 


242.10 


Fire Fighter's News 


15.23 


Firestone 


2.00 


Fishing Tackle 


53.00 


The Flag & Gift Conn. LTD. 


334.78 


William Flynn 


282.50 


H. J. Fortin 


98.00 


Greg Foucault Appliance 


189.50 


Stephen Frank 


89.84 


Freedom Tire 


6.00 


Friends of Recreation/Plaistow 


221.42 


Frontline Cleaning Service 


140.00 


Future Supply Corp. 


48.00 


Gale Research 


567.00 


Galloway Trucking 


2.00 


Galls Inc. 


286.00 


Shirley Galvin 


355.00 


Judith W. Gammon, CTC 


30.00 


Henry Gardner 


404.00 


Gaylord Bros. 


841.00 


GCR Truck Tire Center 


2,331.29 


Vic Geary Center 


72.00 


Warren Oilman 


60.326.45 


Global computer Supplies 


153.00 


Robert Glycart 


430.64 


A Goldstein 


21.55 


Chester Goroch 


114.25 


GPHSC 


538.22 


Norman Graichen 


12.31 


Grandmaison Family Trust 


29.05 


Granite State Designers 


1,260.29 


Granite Slate Cover Corp. 


12.00 


Granite State Minerals 



Payment 

3,540.00 

60.00 

1,222.13 

1 20.00 

15.73 

8.19 

3,963.44 

117.79 

924.24 

2,492.62 

55.00 

476.50 

9.19 

54.90 

114.00 

75.00 

38.90 

20.00 

320.00 

39,319.15 

45.00 

177.76 

138,895.37 

7,642.00 

1 ,250.00 

62.00 

24.95 

19.00 

378.12 

39.00 

342.00 

14.00 

713.30 

260.00 

14.00 

900.96 

190.50 

600.00 

136.19 

243.16 

1.310.42 

1 ,402.96 

118.87 

45.00 

55.00 

265.58 

384.76 

2,300.00 

1,055.00 

2.424.04 

43.00 

241.90 

25.00 

10.00 

137.00 

57.00 

70.00 

150.00 

19,917.02 



-18 



Detailed Vendor Payment List 



Vendor 



Payment 



Vendor 



Payment 



Greater Salem Caregivers 


1,365.00 


Jack's Towing Service 


604.10 


J. Brett Greenlaw 


32.00 


Jasmine Computer Service 


130.00 


William Grimes 


457.00 


Linda Jette/Town Clerk 


837.75 


James Grimes 


6.00 


Alan Johnson 


819.00 


James Groenewal 


100.00 


Robert Jones 


220.56 


GSG Supply Inc. 


6.80 


Sumner Kalman 


13,034.86 


GTI Inc. 


401.00 


Harry Karamourtopoulos 


6.00 


Gulf States Dist. Inc. 


895.45 


Robert Kawejsza 


15.90 


Garrett Gulubicki 


15.90 


Frank Keefe 


100.00 


Trampas Guyctte 


2.00 


Keene State College 


56.25 


H & H Mobil Fleet Service 


90.35 


Paul Kelly 


117.00 


Richard Hall 


53.00 


Kellgraphics 


320.00 


Edward Hamilton 


846.75 


Edward Kennedy 


156.00 


Leah Hammer 


8.00 


Kids Discover 


35.90 


Hampstead Copy Center 


13.80 


Dudley Killam 


17.00 


Hampstead Pharmacy 


59.89 


Kimball Tree Service 


1 .550.00 


Dennis Hampt 


255.50 


Kinderprint Co. Inc. 


91.37 


Nicholas Hantzis 


2.00 


King Graphics 


1,686.60 


Harold's Locksmith 


87.50 


Kinneys Garage 


4,473.96 


Harris Assoc. 


65.00 


KJ's Electric Inc. 


2,545.01 


Peter Han 


1,708.00 


KLC Land Planning 


1,631.00 


William Haskell 


104.00 


Knightland Refrigeration 


60.00 


Haverhill Auto Trim 


175.00 


Edward Kowalczyk 


119.92 


Haverhill Gazette 


43.00 


Robert LaChance 


30.00 


Haverhill Music Centre Inc. 


89.91 


Donna LaChance 


2.00 


Haverhill Steel Supply Co. 


10.00 


Ladder Testing Services 


402.00 


R. C. Hazelton Co. Inc. 


44.58 


James LaFrance 


93.50 


HBC 


98.77 


Laidlaw Waste Systems 


268,935.36 


Health First 


670.00 


Lamprey Health Care 


1,300.00 


The Hearst Corp. 


47.91 


Landmark Information Syst. 


706.00 


Norman Heinze 


14.00 


Kevin Landry 


418.20 


John Herlihy 


49.99 


George Larkin 


23.00 


Charles Hernandez 


30.00 


Robert Lawson 


6.00 


Hews Co. Inc. 


212.31 


Leith Flower Shop 


207.75 


The Highsmith Co. Inc. 


188.94 


Letoile Roofing Co. Inc. 


196.00 


Hillside Excavation 


10,011.00 


Sandra LeVallee 


46.35 


Albert Hinckley 


148.00 


Lewis Builders 


6,272.50 


Jeff Holbrook 


570.00 


LHS Assoc. Inc. 


942.77 


David Holigan 


15.90 


The Library of America 


150.00 


Donna Holigan 


15.90 


Library Journal 


175.00 


Darrell Hollenbeck 


18.10 


The Library Store Inc. 


378.19 


Home Depot 


734.77 


The Literary Guild 


42.64 


Richard Hopley 


151.25 


LJM Service Inc. 


1,000.55 


Denise Horan 


7.00 


LOC Associates 


30.00 


Joan Houle 


28.26 


Loral Press 


290.55 


Havis-Shields Equip. Corp. 


345.16 


Loring Short Harmon 


64.00 


The Idea Bank 


200.00 


Lucron 


20.00 


Inter Inst, of Municipal Clerk 


65.00 


Stan Luhsha 


50.00 


Ingram 


77.97 


James Lundt 


161.68 


Insurance Exchange 


53,118.00 


Martha MacDonald 


126.98 


Intellabooks Inc. 


424.11 


Lloyd MaClean 


16.47 


Inter Assoc, of Elec. Inspectors 


72.00 


Pat Macomber 


42.83 


Inter Emergency Unit 


1,300.00 


Wa Maguirc 


492.00 


Inter Juvenile Officers Assoc. 


20.00 


Gerard Mahoney 


469.00 


Inter Assoc, of Fire Chiefs 


90.00 


Suzanne Malone 


95.00 


IPMA 


38.25 


Peter Marcelonis 


44.00 


Internal Revenue Service 


109.69 


The Margate 


396.48 


Jane Ireland 


48.00 


David Marge-son 


20.00 


Irwin Motors Inc. 


16,530.00 


Walter Marston 


129.00 



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Detailed Vendor Payment List 



Vendor 


Payment 


Vendor 


Payment 


Laura Hull-Martin 


2.800.00 


Walter Newell Jr. 


19.00 


Victor Maslov 


25.00 


Newsweek 


49.27 


Mason & Rich Prof. Assoc. 


4.450.00 


NH Assoc, of Assessing Officials 


20.00 


John Masse 


2.00 


NH Assoc, of Chiefs of Police 


50.00 


Bruce May 


110.00 


NH Bar Assoc. 


125.00 


McCall's Magazine 


9.97 


NH/Compensation Funds 


17.929.85 


Charles McCarthy 


873.81 


NH Depl. of Environmental Servi 


52.00 


Shannon McCarthy 


11.29 


NH Emergency Dispatch Assoc. 


40.00 


Bruce McCullogh 


14.00 


NH Firemen's Assoc. 


198.00 


McGlaughlin Realty Trust 


123.00 


NH Fire Prevention Soc. 


85.00 


Pauline McGowan 


174.00 


NH GFDA 


175.00 


McKinney Artesian Well 


45.00 


NH Health Officers Assoc. 


1 0.00 


Member Service Center 


14.33 


NH Library Assoc. 


57.00 


Merri Hill Rock Coop 


25.00 


NH Municipal Assoc. 


2,159.50 


George Merrill & Son Inc. 


1.249.00 


NH Office of State Planning 


30.00 


Michigan Ammo Co. Inc. 


1.573.02 


NH Retirement System 


11,069.73 


Keith Miller 


2.00 


NH State Library 


2.80 


Mitchell Security Inc. 


1.865.00 


NH Ta.x Collector's Assoc. 


15.00 


Andrew Miville 


206.52 


NH Town clerk Assoc. 


102.85 


Mobil Fleet 


310.77 


NHMA Health Ins Trust Inc. 


54.3 1 1 .60 


Mobilcomm 


258.73 


NHTC A/Joint Cert. Comm. 


245.00 


Mobilniedia 


143.07 


Walter Nolan 


114.00 


Monadnock Prods Inc. 


21.08 


North Valley Animal Hospital 


273.00 


Vivian & Roland Mondor 


23.50 


Northeast Airgas Inc. 


532.78 


Monsanto Co. 


235.00 


Northeast Fire Apparatus 


539.10 


Wilbur Moody 


24.00 


Northeast Resource Rec. Assoc. 


334.56 


D.R. Morelli & Son 


90.00 


Gordon Nye 


152.00 


Deidre Morse 


10.00 


Nynex 


11.724.07 


MSRC Inc. 


841.00 


Office of State Planning 


17.50 


Marcelle Mullen 


14.00 


Omnicron Electronics 


73.47 


Robert Murad 


43.00 


One Stop Business Centers 


61.00 


Don Murphy Auto body 


1,159.10 


Nicholas Orio 


2.00 


Mike Murphy 


460.95 


Oxford U Press Inc. 


300.02 


Mike Murphy & Sons Inc. 


758.91 


Oxmoor House 


23.91 


Pam Murphy 


780.73 


Page New England 


508.84 


Nashua District Ems 


80.00 


Pagenet 


323.80 


Nashua Screen Printing Co. 


260.00 


Steven Palermo 


4.133.00 


Nation Wide Ladder Co. Inc. 


235.00 


Palmer Gas 


6.027.55 


National Fire Apparatus Report 


7.50 


Lou Panneton 


23.10 


National Fire Protection Assoc. 


724.20 


Keith Paris 


1.621.00 


National Fire Sprinkler Assoc. 


75.00 


Susan Parker 


482.00 


National Geographic Society 


38.95 


Parkland Medical Center 


420.00 


National Info. Data Ctr. 


46.90 


PC Repair and Sales 


75.00 


National Library Service 


31.80 


Pebsco 


16,085.12 


National Safety Equip. Outlet 


307.95 


Joseph Peck 


12.00 


National Vol. Fire Council 


40.00 


Pennwell Books 


167.30 


Nault's Windham Honda 


657.00 


People 


84.27 


NE Air Supply Inc. 


34.00 


Peoples Heritage Bank 


1,601.00 


NE Assoc. Chiefs of Police 


50.00 


Pepsi Co. la Bottling Co. 


264.10 


NE Assoc, of Town Clerks 


15.00 


Perfccta Camera Corp. 


591.66 


NE Barricade 


1.551.73 


Robert Pcrreaull 


376.79 


NE Chapter/Cat. Library Assoc. 


20.00 


Michael Perrota 


36.98 


NE Council on Crime & Del. 


10.00 


Pete's Sewer Service 


527.00 


NE Library Assoc. 


45.00 


PHCC of NH 


25.00 


NE Micrographics 


75.00 


Phil's Signs 


1,715.00 


NE State Police Info. Network 


50.00 


Photo Stop Inc. 


165.93 


Robert Neill 


2.00 


Physio Control 


1,194.82 


Neptune Inc. 


4,563.30 


Thomas Pignatiello 


250.00 


The New York Times 


52.00 


Pike Industries Inc. 


953.55 



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Detailed Vendor Payment List 



Vendor 



Payment 



Vendor 



Clifton Pike 


182.65 


S & S Arts-Crafts 


Pitney Bowes 


783.00 


D. Salois 


Plaistow Police Dept. 


18.50 


Samson Fastener Co. Inc. 


Plaistow Stationers 


643.02 


Sanborns Enterprises 


Patricia Plourde 


71.08 


Milton Scher 


Plourde Sand & Gravel Co. Inc. 


6.932.32 


School-Tech Inc. 


Poland Spring 


1,037.24 


Seasonal Equipment Inc. 


John Poremba 


350.00 


Senter Auto Supply 


Porter Sargent Publishers Inc. 


88.24 


Senter Bros. Inc. 


City of Portsmouth 


60.30 


ServiceMaster 


Portsmouth Marine Soc. 


35. (W 


Seventeen 


Postmaster-Atkinson 


6,936.40 


Sexual Assault Support Services 


Charles Pothier 


14.00 


Shape Magazine 


Oliver Pottle 


98.00 


Shawmut Bank 


Irene Proulx 


14.00 


Sheraton Inn - N. Conway 


Prudential Home Mortgage 


949.00 


Sherwin-Williams 


Fred Pryor Seminars 


236.00 


David Shikes 


Psychotherapy Assoc. Inc. 


200.00 


Sierra 


Public Service of NH 


317.04 


Phillip Signorino 


Publisher's Group 


153.87 


Frank Silva 


Quality Paperback Book Club 


2.80 


Simon & Schuster Inc. 


Quill Corp. 


1.359.22 


Sirchie Labs 


Quinlan Publishing Co. Inc. 


66.80 


Skelley Motor Co. 


R & M Concrete Ent. Inc. 


3.320.00 


Skillpath Seminars 


R.I. Chapter lAAI 


125.00 


Timothy Slavitt 


Edward Radulski 


2,086.00 


E.W. Sleeper Co. 


RAK Industries 


376.35 


James Sloan 


RAM Printing Inc. 


1,676.00 


The Small Computer BK Club 


Ramada Inn 


87.36 


Michael Smith 


The Readers Subscription 


158.28 


R.D. Smith Co. 


Reads Program 


32.00 


Smith's Fire Equipment Inc. 


Regan Ford 


221.90 


Smithsonian Inst. Press 


Regent Book Co. 


60.39 


Barbara Snicer 


Reinian Publications 


10.98 


Victor Snowdon 


Reliable 


107.07 


So. NH Hazardous Materials 


E. J. Riemitis Co. Inc. 


71.95 


Springlook Landscaping Inc. 


Rivers Engineering Corp. 


8,831.74 


Staples 


Donald Roberts 


195.00 


Star Paper Co. Inc. 


Tim Roberts 


2.00 


Stark & Son 


Roberts Co. Inc. 


36.98 


State Line Pet Inc. 


Rockingham Comni. Action 


1,500.00 


State of NH 


Rockingham Counseling Ctr. 


555.00 


Barbara Stewart 


Rockingham County Admin. 


467.05 


Ed Stewart 


Rockingham County Attorney 


10.00 


Edward Stewart 


Rock/Cty Chiefs of Police 


10.00 


A. Robert Stewart 


Rockingham County Treas. 


444,514.00 


Anita Still 


Rockingham Planning Comm. 


5,495.00 


Strand Book Store 


Rockingham Trophy & Gifts 


2,085.00 


Edwin Student 


Rockingham Vstg. Nurse Assoc. 


7,038.00 


Subscription Order Services 


John Rockwell 


327.92 


Donna Sullivan 


Stephen Roderick 


400.00 


John Sullivan 


Joseph Rodio 


97.20 


Paul Sullivan 


Rolling Stone 


25.97 


Scott Sullivan 


Betty Rollins 


20.00 


Sun Refining and Mktg. Co. 


Romagnoli Publication 


1 1 .90 


Superintendent of Documents 


Robert Rosen 


14.00 


Sweeney & Sweeney 


The Rosen Publishing Group 


74.21 


Syndistar Inc. 


Ross Express Inc. 


70.90 


Tamarack Tree Service 


Ross Graphics 


567.00 


The Target Shop 



Payment 

979.77 

30.00 

264.10 

1 34.90 

64.00 

600.20 

1,423.27 

1,813.31 

260.00 

6,000.00 

16.95 

525.00 

19.97 

80,920.00 

1 60.00 

126.93 

I 10.00 

15.00 

15.90 

110.00 

92.00 

96.48 

335.23 

99.00 

200.00 

10,675.80 

6.00 

3 1 .83 

1,745.00 

95.32 

419.50 

21.47 

7.47 

8,440.00 

3,500.00 

1 2,800.05 

2,472.23 

827.43 

128.49 

218.21 

8,717.50 

373.68 

45.74 

30,393.15 

32,373.50 

2.00 

100.55 

1,181.00 

82.97 

15.90 

144.94 

15.90 

261.90 

8,517.47 

103.00 

1 ,099.00 

173.00 

1,350.00 

79.00 



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Detailed Vendor Payment List 



Vendor 



Payment 



Vendor 



Payment 



Tartan Books 


167.61 


Viking Office Prod 


201.93 


Taurus Construction Co. 


5,518.74 


James Visbeck 


120.00 


John Tetreault 


106.32 


Visual Impact Products 


83.22 


Thompson Pubhshing Group 


387.00 


Bessie Vitas 


9.00 


Cathy Thompson 


100.00 


W. T. Supply Co. Inc. 


544.09 


Thor Electronics 


4,926.80 


Ken Walker 


1,024.00 


Timberlane Athletic Council 


100.00 


Walnut Ridge Water Co. Inc. 


316.18 


Timberlane Baseball-Babe Ruth 


250.00 


Jean Ware 


41.00 


Timberlane Basketball 


300.00 


Westville Grand Rental 


2,613.87 


Timberlane Basketball Booster 


25.00 


Westville Supply Inc. 


988.24 


Timberlane Plate Glass 


225.00 


David Weymouth 


15.90 


Timberlane School Dist. 


4,779,229.90 


Keith Wheeler 


2.00 


Timberlane Tornados 


250.00 


Whelen Eng. Co. 


55.07 


Timberlane Youth Soccer League 


500.00 


Charles White 


1,725.00 


Time Books 


36.40 


Tom White 


37.84 


Torromeo Trucking Co. Inc. 


1,035.82 


Dayle Wiggin 


70.00 


Tower Publishing 


159.00 


Walworth & May Williams 


1,291.00 


Town of Hampstead 


892.65 


Caria Wilson 


253.16 


Town of Plaistow 


930.74 


Douglas Wilson 


43.00 


Town of Salem 


575.00 


Winnebago Software Co. 


396.95 


Toys "R" Us 


495.29 


Withey-Crook Assoc. Inc. 


1,270.00 


Traynor Glass Co. 


293.75 


Wood Pond Press 


39.22 


Treasurer, State of NH 


893.45 


Matthew Woodman 


27.94 


Trustees of the Trust Fund 


31,000.00 


Richard Woods 


25.00 


Michael Turell 


261.17 


Stephen Wooster 


2.00 


Two Way Comm. Service 


3,646.04 


J. Worthen 


408.00 


Union Leader 


87.95 


Work Opportunities UnLtd. Inc. 


710.00 


United Business Machines 


2,298.25 


World Almanac Education 


20.63 


United Divers Inc. 


485,79 


Worthington Prof. Services 


44.00 


University Book Service 


310.16 


Yankee 


39.00 


University Products Inc. 


70.95 


Marshall Yokell 


19.00 


Uptack Plumbing & Heat Inc. 


5,837.00 


Your Dog 


20.00 


Upton, Sanders & Smith 


951.00 


C & W Zabel Co. 


51.68 


US News 


9.95 


S. Zannini, Jr. 


30.00 


Alejandro Valdes 


24.58 


Alex Zavalianos 


99.00 


Vertronics Inc. 


270.00 


Penny ZirkleAV Leavy 


128.00 


Video Engineering 


49.29 


Julie Zocchi 


154.00 


The Video Store Shopper 


111.41 










Grand Total 


$7,202,197.25 



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Kimball Public Library 



January 1, 1995 to December 31, 1995 



Money Market - Trustee Account: 

Opening Balance - January 1, 1995 

Receipts: 

Non-Specific Gifts 
Interest 

Total Receipts 



$787.75 
162.27 



$6101.47 



950.02 



Ending Balance - December 31, 1995 



$7,051.49 



NOW Account: 

Opening Balance - January 1, 1995 

Receipts: 
Interest 
Fines 

Copier Use 
Video Fines 
Miscellaneous * 
Specified Gifts 


$ 62.64 
4,027.90 
998.50 
1,664.10 
1,989.78 
2,270.00 


$3,208.70 


Total Receipts 

Expenditures: 

Books, Magazines and Subscriptions 

Videos 

Museum Passes 

Miscellaneous 


$6,681.06 

1,283.89 

660.00 

1,998.97 


11,012.92 


Total Expenditures 




(10,623.92) 


Ending Balance - December 31, 1995 

* Includes Ruth Campbell Fund, gifts for speci 
cards, etc. 


ific collections, fees for lost books. 


$3,597.70 
non-resident 



Respectfully submitted, 

Jane Gaudette Jones, Treasurer 
Kimball Public Library Trustees 



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Town Meeting Summary 

March 1995 



Article 2. Combine positions of Town Clerk and Tax Collector, effective March, 1997. Failed 
(Yes 655; No 718) 

Article 3. Adopt Exemption for Totally and Permanent Disabled. Passed (Yes 1035; No 290) 

Article 4. Creates a new section of the Zoning Ordinance providing for Extended Family Accessory 
Living Units. Passed (Yes 803; No 539) 

Article 5. Repeals and replaces existing Wetlands Ordinance. Defeated. (Yes 315; No 1056) 

Article 6. Create a one year term for the Tax Collector for the purpose of aligning the positions of Town 
Clerk and Tax Collector. Passed 

Article 7. Eliminate fee-based stipends for Town Clerk and Tax Collector. Direct Selectmen to establish 
and present to 1996 Town Meeting a compensation package for these positions, effective March, 1997. 
Amendment to establish study committee ruled improper by the Moderator because it would change 
original motion. Motion to Table Failed. Original article Passed (Yes 169; No 112) 

Article 8. Establish the position of Town Administrator with a salary range of $35,000 to $45,000. 
Failed (Yes 46; No 223) 

Article 9. Raise and appropriate $240,000 to reconstruct 5,200 feet of Providence Hill Road. Tabled 

Article 10. Raise and appropriate $109,000 to reconstmct 3,600 feet of Providence Hill Road. Tabled 

Article 11. Raise and appropriate $25,560 to reclaim and resurface 1,415 feet of Pheasant Lane. Passed 

Article 12. Raise and appropriate $41,946 to reclaim and resurface 2,070 feet of Oak Hill Circle. Passed 

Article 13. Raise and appropriate $41,254 to reclaim and resurface 2,036 feet of Old Coach Road.Passed 

Presentation of Recycler of the Year Award to Patrick Judge. Presentation of engraved gavel to Robert C. 
Morse, retiring Selectman. 

Article 14. Accept Sleepy Hollow as Town Road and raise and appropriate $1 ,500 to gravel. Amended to 
raise $1,500 to gravel and grade. Amended article Passed 

Article 15. Accept Houle's Grove Road as a Town Road and raise and appropriate $3,000 to gravel and 
grade. Motion to Table failed. Amendment to strike the words "accept as Town Road". Amended article 
Passed 

Article 16. Replace position of elected Road Agent with appointed, full-time Highway Supervisor, with a 
salary of $30,000 to $35,000. Failed 

Article 17. Change the term of Highway agent from one to three years. No vote taken. To be placed on 
official ballot. 



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1996 

Town Warrant 

and 

Budget 



Atkinson Town Warrant 

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 



TO the inhabitants of the Town of Atkinson in the County of Rockingham in said State, 
qualified to vote in Town Affairs - 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Atkinson Town Hall on Tuesday, the twelfth day of 
March next at 8:00 o'clock in the forenoon, to act upon the articles required to be voted on by official 
ballot. By vote of the Selectmen, the polls for the meeting will remain open from 8:00 o'clock in the 
forenoon until 8:00 o'clock in the everting. 

All voters are further notified to meet at 1:00 o'clock in the afternoon on Saturday, the 
sixteenth day of March next, at the Dyke Auditorium of the Atkinson Academy, to act on all other 
articles in this warrant. 

Article 1. To choose all necessary Town Officers for the coming year. 

Article 2. Senate Bill No. 2 

By Petition of Cathy Thompson etal: "Shall we adopt the provisions of RSA 40:13 to allow official 
ballot voting on all issues before the Town?" 

Yes No 

Article 3. Two Year Road Agent's Term 

"Are you in favor of increasing the term of a town highway agent from one (1) year to two (2) years, 
beginning with the term of a town highway agent who shall be elected at next year's regular town 
meeting?" 

Yes No 

Article 4. Reduction of Frontage Requirements 

"Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 1. to the Zoning Ordinance as proposed by the 

Atkinson Planning Board?" This amendment would clarify the procedure by which the Zoning Board 

of Adjustment may grant a reduction to frontage, as allowed by Section 490:1 REDUCTION OF 

FRONTAGE REQUIREMENTS. This amendment would add the words 'by Special Exception' into 

the existing text. The amendment language is as follows: 

To add, after the word may, 'by Special Exception' to existing text of Section 490: 1 . 

The amended Section 490: 1 to read as follows: 

The Board of Adjustment may by Special Exception reduce frontage requirements by no 
more than 33 and 1/3% where street layouts and lot shapes may lend greater usage of the property 
under consideration, provided, however, that at the building line, a distance of the required frontage is 
being met. (This means in an RR-3, 250 feet between lot lines; in an RR-2, 200 feet between lot lines; 
and in a TR-2 area, 200 feet between lot lines.) 

Yes No 

Article 5. Correction of conflicting zoning ordinances 

"Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment 2 to the Atkinson Zoning Ordinance as proposed by 
the Atkinson Planning Board." This amendment would delete Section 630 PLANNED RESIDENTIAL 
AND RECREATIONAL DEVELOPMENTS and delete Section 620:5b of Section 620 and replace it 
with a new Section 620:5b to define the density as one unit per acre maximum wherein community 
water and sewage treatment plant are used. The amendment language is as follows: 



1) To delete Section 630. PLANNED RESIDENTIAL AND RECREATIONAL 
DEVELOPMENTS in its entirety; and 

2) Delete existing Section 620:5b and replace with a new Section 620:5b as follows: 

'(b) Residential unit density shall comply with the requirement of the TR-2 District, provided, 
however, that in order to provide for private non-subsidized adult and retirement housing alternatives, 
and where public or community water system, and municipal, public or community sewage treatment 
plants and services are available, the residential density within an RRRCD shall be calculated on the 
basis of not more than one residential dwelling unit per acre.' 

3) To renumber in proper sequence. 

(This amendment would correct two conflicting sections (Section 620 & 630) and clarify the density 
requirement.) 

Yes No 

Article 6. Conservation Approval Requirement Deleted 

"Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 3 to the Zoning Ordinance as proposed by the 
Atkinson Planning Board?" This amendment would delete a reference for the approval by the 
Conservation Commission as required in Section 410:6c. This deletion would bring the Zoning 
Ordinance into compliance with state law. The proposed language is as follows: 

To delete from Section 410:6c, (fourth line) the words 'and the Atkinson Conservation 
Commission.' 
The amended text to read as follows: 

'c. Such location and construction is compatible with the intent and purpose of this ordinance. 
After permission for such uses has first been received from the New Hampshire Wetlands Board, 
approval for such uses shall be obtained as part of subdivision and/or site plan approval or, if not 
applicable, by special exception from the Board of Adjustment.' 

(This amendment would bring the Zoning Ordinance into compliance with state law which gives local 
Conservation Commission advisory authority only.) 

Yes No 

Article 7. Town Clerk's Salary Range 

To see if the Town will vote to approve a salary range of $28,000 to $37,000 for the position of Town 
Clerk, based on a 40 hour work week. Benefits as identified in the Atkinson Employee's Handbook. 

Recominended by the Board of Selectmen 
Recommended by the Budget Committee 

Article 8. Tax Collector's Salary Range 

To see if the Town will vote to approve a salary range of $15,000 to $22,000 for the position of Tax 
Collector, based on an 20 hour work week. Benefits as identified in the Atkinson Employee's 
Handbook. 

Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 
Recommended by the Budget Committee 

Article 9. Cable Broadcasting Salaries 

To see if the Town will vote to pay production personnel for Atkinson Community Television 
broadcasts. 

Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 
Recommended by the Budget Committee 

Article 10. The Budget 

To raise such sums of money as may be necessary to defray the town charges during the ensuing year 
and make appropriations for same. 

Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 
Recommended by the Budget Committee 

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Article 11. Hearse House Repairs 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate up to the sum of Two Thousand Two Hundred 
Dollars ($2,200.00) to raise the 1892 Hearse House, located in the lower level of the Old Cemetery. 

Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 
Recommended by the Budget Committee 

Article 12. Clear Land for Cemetery 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate up to the sum of Two Thousand Dollars 
($2,000.00) to clear approximately one acre of land at the rear of the Old Cemetery, Section III ( a 
portion of the 1 Academy Avenue land) for expansion of the cemetery. 

Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 
Recommended by the Budget Committee 

Article 13. East Road Bike Paths 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate up to the sum of Thirteen Thousand Seven 
Hundred Forty Dollars ($13,740.00), representing Atkinson's share of a project totaling 
$159,629.00, to construct 4 foot shoulders on East Road, between Route 125 in Plaistow and 
Academy Avenue in Atkinson, to provide a bike/walkway between the two town centers. 

Recommended by Board of Selectmen 
Recommended by the Budget Committee 

Article 14. Cable Television Capital Reserve 

To see if the Town will vote to appropriate the sum of Twenty Four Thousand Dollars ($24,000.00) 
to the Capital Reserve Fund established to develop and equip a facility for the Atkinson Community 
Television, such moneys to come from the revenue given to the Town by Harron Cablevision per the 
Franchise Agreement. 

$18,000 Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 
Recommended by the Budget Committee 

Article 15. Purchase Land for Town Garage 

By Petition of Douglas R Hubbell, etal. "To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate up to the 
sum of One Hundred Seventy Five Thousand Dollars ($175,000.00) to purchase land and buildings 
in the Industrial Park off Hall Farm Road suitable for use as a town garage, recycling center and brush 
dump as recommended in the 1989 Town of Atkinson Master Plan update." 

Not Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 
Not Recommended by the Budget Committee 

Article 16. Construct Town Garage 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate up to the sum of One Hundred Fifty Thousand 
Dollars ($150,000.00) for the purpose of engineering and constructing on a new Town Garage 
facility. 

Conditionally Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 
Not Recommended by the Budget Committee 

Article 17. Designation of Sawyer Avenue Land 

By Petition of Patricia I Kiley, etal. "To see if the Town will vote to designate the town owned land 
(20 +/- acres) on Sawyer Ave. from the corner of Main St. and abutting the 48 +/- acres of 
conservation land, previously known as the Ruth Sawyer land, for the exclusive purposes of passive 
recreation and/or educational utilization. 

Not Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 



Article 18. Purchase of Kachanian Land 

By petition of Carol Grant, etal. "To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Two 
Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($250,000.00) for the purchase of approximately 21.9 acres of the 
Robert Kachanian land fronting on Main Street, for the purpose of protecting one of Atkinson's most 
significant historic settings and most significant scenic vistas from "old Atkinson"." 

Not Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 
Not Recommended by the Budget Committee 

Article 19. Common Complex 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate up to the sum of Ten Thousand Dollars 
($10,000.00) to prepare a conceptual design of the proposed Complex at the Common, which would 
include a proposed Library addition, new Fire Station and new Common. 

Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 
Recommended by the Budget Committee 

Article 20. Sawyer Avenue Capital Reserve 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Ten Thousand Dollars 
($10,000.00), such sum to be deposited in the Capital Reserve Fund established for the purpose of 
renovating the road at the intersection of Main Street and Sawyer Avenue. 

Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 
Recommended by the Budget Committee 

Article 21. Reclaim Maple Avenue 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate up to the sum of Thirty Two Thousand Nine 
Hundred Ninety Four Dollars ($32,994.00) to reclaim 2,000 feet of lower Maple Avenue, work to 
be done under the supervision of the Road Agent. 

Not Recommended by the Board of Selectmen (2 to 1 vote) 
Not Recommended by the Budget Committee 

Article 22. Reclaim Upland Lane 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate up to the sum of Twenty Nine Thousand Eight 
Hundred Fourteen Dollars ($29,814.00) to reclaim 1,807 feet of Upland Lane, work to be done 
under the supervision of the Road Agent. 

Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 
Recommended by the Budget Committee 

Article 23. Reclaim Robie Lane 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate up to the sum of Sixteen Thousand Four Hundred 
Ninety Nine Dollars ($16,499.00) to reclaim 1,000 feet of Robie Lane, work to be done under the 
supervision of the Road Agent. 

Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 
Recommended by the Budget Committee 

Article 24. Reclaim Far View Hill Road 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate up to the sum of Twenty Five Thousand One 
Hundred Twenty Three Dollars ($25,123.00) to reclaim 1523 feet of Far View Hill Road, work to 
be done under the supervision of the Road Agent. 

Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 
Recommended by the Budget Committee 



Article 25. Reclaim Woodside Way 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate up to the sum of Eighteen Thousand Eight 
Hundred Ninety Two Dollars ($18,892.00) to reclaim 1 145 feet of Woodside Way, work to be done 
under the supervision of the Road Agent. 

Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 
Recommended by the Budget Committee 

Article 26. Reclaim Providence Hill 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate up to the sum of Eighty Thousand Dollars 
($80,000.00) to reconstruct 2700 feet of Providence Hill Road, work to be done under the 
supervision of the Road Agent. 

Not Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 
Not Recommended by the Budget Committee 

Article 27. Disposition of Cruiser 

To see if the Town will authorize the disposition of a police cruiser by sale, bid or trade. 

Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 
Recommended by the Budget Committee 

Article 28. Support of R.S.V.P. 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Two Hundred Dollars ($200.00) to 
support the services of the Retired Senior Volunteer Program. 

Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 
Recommended by the Budget Committee 

Article 29. Town Garage Preliminary Work 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate up to the sum of Ten Thousand Dollars 
($10,000.00) for the purpose of doing preliminary work and reviewing available sites for a new 
Town Garage. 

Not Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 
Recommended by the Budget Committee 

Article 30. Community Center Renovations 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate up to the sum of Sixty One Thousand Two 
Hundred Forty Eight Dollars ($61,248.00) to renovate the old building at the Community Center. 

Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 
$39,375 Recommended by the Budget Committee 

Article 31. Circuit Rider 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate up to the sum of Five Thousand Two Hundred 
Dollars ($5,200.00) to fund the cost of a Professional Circuit Rider to review Planning Board 
applications and plans. These costs are to be offset by revenue received from an appropriate increase in 
the Planning Board application fees. 

Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 
Recommended by the Budget Committee 

Article 32. Trustees of Trust Fund Bookkeeper 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate up to the sum of Three Hundred Dollars 
($300.00) to pay a bookkeeper for maintenance of the records of the Trustees of the Trust Funds. 

Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 
Recommended by the Budget Committee 

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Article 33. Discontinue portion of Emery Drive 

To see if the Town will vote to discontinue a portion of Emery Drive known as 'Parcel D' on a 'Plan 
of Land in Atkinson, N.H. as Drawn for Bradley & Genie Wallace', recorded in the Rockingham 
County Registry of Deeds. This parcel contains approximately 7,026 square feet of land. 

Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 

Article 34. Perpetual Care Funds 

To see if the Town will vote to accept the Perpetual Care funds totaling Two Thousand Two Hundred 
Dollars ($2,200.00), as follows: 

• NEW CEMETERY: 

Beatrice Spera, Lot 179, $200 (Shrubs); 
Estate of Erdine Mitton: 

(1) Theodore and Erdine Mitton, Lot 127, $250; 

(2) Joshua A. Richards, Lots 50 and 63, $250; 
Raymond J. Clocher, Lot 66, $250; 

Floyd Kilburn, Lot 140, $300. 

• OLD CEMETERY, Section Ul: 

Shirley Wason, Lot 101, $300; 

Robert Mauriello Lot 171, $250; 

John and Theresa McNally, Lot 142, $100; 

Pauline Salter, Lot 59, $300. 

Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 
Recommended by the Budget Committee 

Article 35. Amendment of Cemetery Rules and Regulations 

To see if the Town will vote to amend the Cemetery Rules and Regulations as follows: 

No. 1 1 . Amend to read: "All interments shall be conducted between spring opening and fall 
closing dates. The opening and closing dates shall be determined by the Cemetery Board of Trustees 
using weather and road conditions as guidelines." 

No. 14. After the second sentence in the paragraph, add the following sentence: "All shnibs and 
plants shall be planted well within the boundaries of individual lots of all sizes All avenues between 
two and four grave lots shall remain free of any type of obstructions." 

No. 16. Delete No. 16 and replace with the following New No. 16: 
"The Cemetery Board of Trustees shall have the authority to grant permission to erect, to build 
monument foundations, to clean and to letter all monuments and to install flush comer stones and flush 
type markers. The request for permission shall be submitted in writing to the Cemetery Board of 
Trustees using the authorized form, which also lists the 'Rules and Regulations Governing 
Monuments and Markers.' Lot owners and monument dealers shall both sign each request. Contact the 
Chairman of the Cemetery Board of Trustees to request permission forms." 

No. 17. Delete in its entirety. 

Conditionally Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 

Article 36. Adoption of Underground Propane Gas Tank Ordinance 

To see if the Town will vote to adopt the following amendment of and addition to the Town Ordinance 
relative to the installation of Underground Tanks (adopted March 17, 1984): Label the existing 
ordinance, pertaining to underground storage of petroleum products, as 'I. Petroleum Products' 

ADD the following new section: 

'II. Propane Gas. Underground propane gas tanks may be installed within the Town of Atkinson 
under the following conditions: 

1. Underground LP Gas systems must be designed and installed in accordance with the 
provisions of NFPA 58, Standard For The Storage and Handling of Liquefied Gases; NFPA 54, 
National Fuel Gas Code; BOCA, National Fire Prevention Code, and all applicable state, provincial, 
and local codes and regulations covering these installations, specifically including RSA 146-C. 



2. An underground tank shall be set on a firm foundation; i.e., poured concrete pad. All tanks 
must be anchored to the concrete foundation using appropriate methods; i.e., plastic covering wrapped 
around tie downs. 

3 . Clean sand (no rocks) shall be used to back fill around the tank and gas lines to the building 
foundation. 

4. Marking tape shall be installed below ground level, approximately one foot or less above 
buried gas lines, for warning purposes. 

5. A manual shut-off shall be installed on gas lines, to be located at the side of the building 
nearest the location of the buried gas tank. 

6. Two (2) anode bags shall be installed with any buried tank over 500 gallons; one anode bag 
with any buried tank of 500 gallons or less. (Anode bags shall be spot welded to tank, and located at 
the lowest point in tank hole.) 

7. Each tank installation will be marked with a three-foot column above grade, placed close to 
the center of the buried tank and painted yellow. This column shall be permanent in nature and have a 
minimum diameter of one inch (1"). 

Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 

Article 37. Commercial Fire Safety Inspections 

To see if the Town will vote to adopt the following ordinance as submitted by the Code Enforcement 

Committee: 

"The purpose of this ordinance is to require all commercial businesses in the Town of Atkinson to 

submit to an annual fire safety inspection by the town's Fire Inspectors under guidelines developed 

and approved by the Code Enforcement Committee. The annual fee for these inspections shall be 

$35.00. This fee shall be borne by the owner of the business being inspected. 

Failure to allow the yearly inspection of said commercial business may result in a fine of not 
more than Ten Dollars ($10.00) per day for every day (excluding weekends and holidays) that the Fire 
Inspectors are not allowed to enter the commercial business to perform this inspection. 

A fine of Ten Dollars ($10.00) per day may be assessed to the owner of the commercial property 
for failure to correct any violations that are found, following the five (5) day grace period allowed by 
the Fire Inspectors." 
Assessment of fines will be determined by the Board of Selectmen. 

Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 

Article 38. Treasurer's Authorization to hire money 

To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Town Treasurer, with the approval of the Selectmen 
pursuant to RSA 33:7 and 33:7A or otherwise, to hire such sums of money as needed in anticipation of 
taxes. 

Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 

Article 39. To hear reports of town officers and committees and act upon same and transact any 
other business that may legally come before the meeting. 

Given under our hands this twenty sixth day of February, 1996. 

Atkinson Board CHARLES GEORGE, JR., Chairman 

of JOSEPH DEROSA 

Selectmen BARBARA L STEWART 



1996 Warrant Articles 











Budget Committee 


Art. 


Article 


Proposed 


Recommended 




Not 


# 


Description 


Amount 


by Selectmen 


Recommended 


Recommended 


11 


Hearse House Repairs 


$2,200.00 


$2,200.00 


$2,200.00 




12 


Clear Cemetery Land 


$2,000.00 


$2,000.00 


$2,000.00 




13 


East Rd. Bike Paths 


$13,740.00 


$13,740.00 


$13,740.00 




14 


Cable Capital Reserve 


$24,000.00 


$18,000.00 


$24,000.00 




15 


Industrial Park Land 


$175,000.00 


$0.00 




$175,000.00 


16 


Construct Town Garage 


$150,000.00 


$150,000.00 




$150,000.00 


18 


Kachanian Land Purchase 


$250,000.00 


$0.00 




$250,000.00 


19 


Common Complex 


$10,000.00 


$10,000.00 


$10,000.00 




20 


Main St./Sawyer Ave. 


$10,000.00 


$10,000.00 


$10,000.00 




21 


Reclaim Maple Ave. 


$32,994.00 


$0.00 




$32,994.00 


22 


Reclaim Upland Lane 


$29,814.00 


$29,814.00 


$29,814.00 




23 


Reclaim Robie Lane 


$16,499.00 


$16,499.00 


$16,499.00 




24 


Reclaim Far View Hill Rd. 


$25,123.00 


$25,123.00 


$25,123.00 




25 


Reclaim Woodside Way 


$18,892.00 


$18,892.00 


$18,892.00 




26 


Reclaim Providence Hill Rd. 


$80,000.00 


$0.00 




$80,000.00 


28 


Retired Senior Program 


$200.00 


$200.00 


$200.00 




29 


Town Garage Engineering 


$10,000.00 


$0.00 


$10,000.00 




30 


Community Center 


$61,248.00 


$61,248.00 


$39,375.00 


$21,873.00 


31 


Circuit Rider 


$5,200.00 


$5,200.00 


$5,200.00 




32 


Trustees Bookkeeper 


$300.00 


$300.00 


$300.00 






Totals 


$917,210.00 


$363,216.00 


$207,343.00 


$709,867.00 



Proposed 1996 Operating Budget (Up 4.65% from 1995) 
Recommended Warrant Articles (Down 41.2% from 1995) 

Total Proposed 1996 Appropriations 

(Down 1 1.65% from Actual 1995 Appropriations) 



$1,990,737.00 

$207,343.00 

$2,198,080.00 



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1995 


1995 


1996 


1996 


Sources of Revenue 


Estimated 


Actual 


Estimated 


Estimated 




Revenue 


Revenue 


Revenue 


Revenue 


TAXES 










Interest/Penalties 


$50,000.00 


$37,927.40 


$40,000.00 


$40,000.00 


Current Use 


$30,000.00 


$27,147.60 


$60,000.00 


$55,000.00 


Yield Tax 




$2,812.16 







INTERGOVERNMENfTAL 
REVENUE - STATE 
Shared Revenue 
State/FEMA 
State Highway Block Grant 

LICENSES AND PERMITS 
Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 
Dog Licenses 
Bus. Licenses, Permits, 

Filing Fees 
Fines & Forfeits 

CHARGES FOR SERVICES 
Income from Departments 
Police Details 
Cable Television 

MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES 
Interest on Deposits 
Rental of Town Property 
Sale of Town Property 
Federal Grants 
Recreation Contributions 

Fund Balance 



Totals 



$100,000.00 


$150,196.22 


$110,000.00 


$100,000.00 


$0.00 


$0.00 






$81,724.00 


$82,168.22 


$82,130.71 


$82,130.71 


$610,000.00 


$667,307.00 


$710,000.00 


$700,000.00 


$3,000.00 


$4,942.00 


$5,000.00 


$5,000.00 


$75,000.00 


$62,142.40 


$65,000.00 


$65,000.00 


$1,000.00 


$1,750.00 


$1,500.00 


$1,000.00 


$13,500.00 


$25,389.50 


$25,000.00 


$20,000.00 


$14,000.00 


$18,750.00 


$20,000.00 


$15,000.00 


$23,000.00 


$21,934.00 


$24,000.00 


$20,000.00 


$55,000.00 


$80,673.09 


$75,000.00 


$75,000.00 




$7,200.00 


$8,800.00 


$8,800.00 


$8,000.00 


$10,132.00 


$9,000.00 


$9,000.00 


$50,000.00 


$18,335.00 


$43,000.00 


$43,000.00 


$20,000.00 


$10,245.00 


$20,000.00 


$12,000.00 


$200,000.00 


$203,014.00 


$100,000.00 


$100,000.00 


$1,334,224.00 


$1,432,065.59 


$1,398,430.71 


$1,350,930.71 



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Town Meeting Summary, March 1995 

Article 18. Raise and appropriate $50,000 to refurbish 1981 Engine No. 3. Amended to $58,350. Passed 
as amended (Yes 134; No 64) 

Article 19. Fire Department Capital Reserve. Passed Over. 

Article 20. Raise and appropriate $1,902,066 as operating budget. Passed 

Article 21. Raise and appropriate $30,595 to fund position of third full-time officer, funds to be 
reimbursed through Federal funds. Passed 

Article 22. Sell a Ford caiiser. Amended to sell, by bid, sale or trade. Passed 

Article 23. Raise and appropriate $5,000 to research sites and for engineering costs for a new Fire Station. 
Passed 

Article 24. Raise and appropriate $8,750 for renovations to Fire Station. Passed 

Article 25. Raise and appropriate $89,000 for expansion of Woodlock Park; $25,000 to be reimbursed by 
Federal grant; $20,000 to be reimbursed through donations. Passed (Yes 159; No 29) 

Ailicle 26. Raise and appropriate $12,000 for computers for Town Clerk's office. Passed 

Article 27. Establish a Capital Reserve Fund for repairs to Sawyer Avenue and raise and appropriate 
$10,000 to be put into this fund. Passed 

Article 28. Appropriate $21,000 in Harron Cable TV franchise fees to the Cable TV Capital Reserve Fund. 
Passed 

Article 29. Raise and appropriate $5,000 for a Library space utilization survey. Passed. 

Article 30. Raise and appropriate $15,000 representing first year costs of a four-year revaluation. Passed 

Article 3 1 . Make the Sexton an appointed position. Tabled 

Article 32. Raise and appropriate $2,500 to record cemetery deeds in the Rockingham Registry of Deeds. 
Passed 

Ailicle 33. Raise and appropriate $15,369 to repair stone walls around the Old Cemetery. Failed 
(Yes 59; No 78) 

Ailicle 34. Raise and appropriate $90,000 to acquire 6 acres of land between the Old and New Cemeteries 
for future expansion. Amended to $85,000. Amendment passed. Amended to $215,000 to acquire 8 acres 
plus building. Article Passed as amended 

Article 35. Accept Perpetual Care Funds. Passed 

Article 36. Amend Cemetery Ordinance to open cemeteries from sunrise to sunset, seven days a week. 
Passed 

Article 37. Amend Cemetery Rules and Regulations. Passed. 



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Town Meeting Summary, March 1995 

Article 38. Adoption of Street Numbering Ordinance. Passed 

Article 39. Accept Atkinson Farm Road as a Town road. Passed 

Article 40. Accept Jasmine Drive as a Town Road. Passed 

Article 41. Accept Rose Lane as a Town Road. Passed 

Article 42. Reinstate the Inventory Form. Failed 

Article 43. Vote to require the licensing of cats. Tabled 

Article 44. Authorize the treasurer to hire money town will need in anticipation of taxes. Passed 

Article 45. Hear reports of Town Officers: Police Chief Consentino thanked Patrick Judge for his 18 years 
of service as a member of the Atkinson Police Department. 



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Department 

& 

Committee Reports 



Building Inspector 



Building in 1995 remained consistent with 1994. A small increase in single family homes was 
noted, but there was a decrease in condominiums. Depending on market conditions, we may see a 
phenomenal increase in building in 1996. The Planning Board has approved five single family 
subdivisions and 2 condominium projects. There is a potential for approximately 89 new single 
family homes and 79 new condominium units. Looks like we will be very busy! As always, the 
market conditions will determine Atkinson's future. 

The Town continues to add to its inventory of low/moderate homes in Atkinson. In 1994, 4 low/ 
moderate occupancy permits were issued. In 1995, we issued 1 low/moderate occupancy permit 
and 1 low/moderate building permit. Of the new subdivisions approved, an additional 24 units 
could be added in the near future. 

In 1995, 196 Building Permit Applications were reviewed. 195 permits were issued, 1 denied and, 
later, 8 were voided. The total value of these permits was $6,065,205.00 

TYPE NUMBER OF PERMITS ** 

New Homes 33 

Foundations 33 

Condominiums 4 

Garages 9 

Additions 22 

Alterations 1 1 

Remodeling 40 

Decks 8 

Sheds 5 

Pools 14 

Pole Barn 1 

Pump House 1 

Reroof 13 

Commercial 1 

** List of 1995 Building Permits is available in the Code Enforcement Office for public review. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Robert Jones, 

Building Inspector 



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Conservation Commission 



The Atkinson Conservation Commission meets regularly on the second Monday of each month at 
Atkinson Town Hall beginning at 7:30 pm. Anyone interested is welcome to attend since all 
meetings are open to the public. 

During this past year the commission has reviewed several proposed subdivision applications with 
wetland impact and made recommendations to the Atkinson Planning Board and the New 
Hampshire State Wetlands Board. Several of our meetings were well attended. The commission 
had a lot of input from local citizens regarding proposed subdivisions adjacent to Route 1 1 1 near 
Big Island Pond and another off Maple Avenue on Little Rob Road. The commission has done a 
considerable number of site walks on all the applications before the commission and also to assist 
local citizens who request information about wetlands on their property. The site walks included a 
subdivision road off Providence Hill; the proposed golf course, where a pond is proposed for 
excavation; and two proposed subdivisions - Carriage Estates off Maple Avenue and Snug Harbor 
off Route 111. 

As part of the commission's ongoing Town Forest Management Plan, the next scheduled logging 
project located on the Marshall land off Island Pond Road north of Route 1 1 1 was completed this 
past year. Both Chet Ladd and Doug Henderson have coordinated this project and have spent much 
time to ensure that the town's forest management plan is implemented. 

A subcommittee of the conservation commission, which is chaired by Scott Kukshtel and includes 
volunteers from the community and Planning Board, has been meeting regularly and conducting 
site walks to evaluate Atkinson's wetlands. Technical assistance and funding is through the grant 
which was received from Rockingham Regional Planning Commission/Office of State Planning 
and N.H. Audubon Society to evaluate the wetlands in our community. Since the evaluation phase 
is not complete, the commission will be planning an informational meeting before starting the 
second phase of this two year grant, which is planned to update the wetlands ordinance with the 
information obtained through the evaluation process and through the expertise of the agencies 
offering the grant. Betsy Weare, planner from Rockingham Regional Planning Commission, has 
provided many hours of valuable technical assistance to the Wetlands Evaluation Subcommittee and 
its members. All these people have spent much time learning about the town's wetlands. 

The commission encourages the townspeople to enjoy and use the town conservation lands. The 
lands and trails are here for your outdoor passive recreational enjoyment. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Carole Hall, 

Secretary 



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Fire Department 



The Fire Department members continue to train and update themselves in all aspects of Fire and 
Emergency Medical Services. We have logged over 7,000 man hours for training and calls, 
including a total of 359 emergency responses, throughout the year. All members continue to 
unselfishly volunteer their time to protect and serve the residents of our community. 

The Fire Prevention Department has had a very busy year. They continue to work with the 
Building Department and Planning Board, addressing life safety issues as they arise. As always, 
the month of October (Fire Prevention Week) was an exciting and very important period for our 
department. The first item of business was to produce a film to introduce our residents to a series 
of four fire safety films which were shown on Channel 20. Our thanks to Barbara Snicer and her 
staff for assisting in this effort. 

During October, the three Atkinson schools were visited and a fire prevention program was 
presented to all students - day care through fifth grade. Videos, demonstrations, fire drills and 
handouts were all part of the educational programs. Thanks to Donald Main for his generous 
monetary contributions to this venture. Many thanks also to the Atkinson Academy staff and staff 
of the two day care centers for their warm welcome. It is the Fire Department's belief that teaching 
proper fire safety procedures is the key to a fire-free environment. 

On October 14th, an open house was held at the fire station. We hope that more of our residents 
will attend this annual event. Come visit our facilities, meet our members and check out your 
equipment. 

The refurbishment of Engine 3 has been completed and we are very happy with the final product. 
Engine 3 will be able to serve the community dependably for many years to come. 

1995 was a very important year for the Town, with the Statewide start of E 91 1. The phone system 
has proven to be a valuable asset to Emergency responders. During that process we were also able 
to update our road names and numbers to eliminate conflicts. I thank all the residents who 
cooperated in this process and made their changes promptly, regardless of the associated 
inconvenience. I also want to thank the 911 Committee for the good work done to make the 
transition to E 91 1 as smooth as possible. A special thank you to Greg Lemay, whose Eagle project 
of house numbering was invaluable to all Emergency Responders throughout our community. 

In closing, I wish to thank the membership for their dedication to training and fire/emergency 
rescue responses and also the Fire Prevention Bureau for the diligence in dealing with developers. 
I also wish to thank the Fire Department Officers for working with me to continue to bring the Fire 
Department to the highest standards possible with the development of defined goals and objectives. 

Lastly, many thanks to the townspeople for their continued support. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Michael E. Murphy, 

Chief 

Breakdown of Fire Calls For 1995 

In-House Rescues... 184 Motor Vehicle Accidents 48 Possible Structure Fires. ...2 

Mutual Aid Calls 25 Carbon Monoxide/Fire Activations.. .44 Smoke Investigations 10 

Car Fires 2 Still Alarms 12 HazMat Situations 2 

Unpermitted Fires 3 Oil Burner Malfunctions 2 Wood Stove Problems 1 

Dryer Fires 1 Cooking/Stove Fires 5 Gas Grill Fires 1 

Lawnmower Fires 1 Wires Down/Burning 6 Grass Fires 10 

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Highway Department 



1995 was another productive year for the Atkinson Highway Department. By completing Old 
Coach Road and Oak Hill Circle we have finished an entire neighborhood by either reconstructing 
or repaving every road between Pope Road and Walker Road. We also completed another 
neighborhood consisting of Bluebird Lane, Pheasant Lane, Salem Road and Jericho Road. Jericho 
was done using off-site improvement money from a private contractor. 

I am very proud of the work that took place on Providence Hill Road this year. Lewis Builders 
generously donated the reconstruction of a one thousand foot area of the road. The town shimmed 
and overlaid roughly 1600 feet in addition to that 1000 feet, giving the town approximately half a 
mile of good pavement for very little cost. Additionally, I am happy with the drainage work we 
completed in 1995 on Upper and Maple Avenue in preparation for the reconstruction and paving of 
lower Maple Avenue, from Academy Avenue to Main Street. 

Also for 1996, we anticipate the completion of another neighborhood, to include repaving of Green 
Hill Road, partially reconstructing the failed end of Robie Lane and totally reconstructing Upland 
Road. Far View Hill Road and Woodside Way are also scheduled for reconstruction. 

Reconstruction of Providence hill Road will again be an issue at Town Meeting this year. It is a 
highly traveled road in need of attention, and I would appreciate your support in getting the article 
passed and the road completed. 

I am very proud of our snow removal efforts so far this winter. Despite an unusually harsh 
December, I was able to stay within my winter budget for 1995. For 1996, I'm hoping to complete 
the computerization of our sander fleet and the installation of calcium chloride spray systems to 
make our sanding operations more efficient and give them greater range. Calcium chloride makes 
what salt we use more efficient and melts ice at colder temperatures; this should help drop our salt 
use by about 10 to 15 percent for an average season. 

In closing, I'd like to thank the townspeople for their continued support at election time. Town 
Meeting, and throughout the year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Edward A. Stewart, 

Road Agent 



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Kimball Public Library 



The biggest news from 3 Academy Avenue during 1995 was the Town's decision to expand. 
A professional consultant will help the Town determine the best method of expansion to suit our 
growing space needs. Aaron Cohen Associates of New York was chosen to conduct our space 
needs survey; the first draft of his report is being reviewed as this report goes to press. Library 
2000 conducted a town-wide survey to collect data to be used by the consultant. The committee 
also had input in selecting Cohen Associates. 

The director and staff participated in enrichment workshops, programs and activities, including 
Merri-Hill-Rock and WinnShare Library Cooperatives. The staff became certified in CPR, part of 
their continuing effort to serve the town in an ever-expanding way. Joe Rodio, our Library 
Director, keeps current in all facets of library science, weeds the oldies, obtains new materials at 
the best prices, keeps our costs down, works with the Trustees on policies and procedures, strives 
constantly to benefit the staff and patrons. We are extremely fortunate to have such knowledgeable, 
devoted, friendly staff and core of volunteers. 

The Friends purchased CD Roms, framed a photograph by Caroline Orr for the gallery, organized 
trips, funded our holiday programs, and continued to remain very sensitive and informed about the 
needs of KPL. The Friends' willing spirit, and determination to grow, make this dynamic group 
invaluable. 

Circulation figures climbed; year-end figures broke records. 1995 circulation was more than 5300 
over 1994, with an overall 9% increase. Feedback indicates a happier, more informed group of 
patrons use the library for a variety of reasons. Adult video rentals were up 28%, audio books 
were up 31%, music items were up an astounding 103%! Although we all love a quiet evening 
with a good book, these figures clearly indicate that our patrons know KPL is truly a multi-media 
lending library. 

Story hours continue to serve the small ones. What a wonderful way to introduce them to the world 
of books and a very good opportunity for young parents to pick out a book, magazine, album or 
video to bring home. 



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The wheelchair-access restroom was completed in the spring. General and/or emergency clean-up, 
fix-up items were handled as needed. Most large items will wait for expansion. 

Thank you sincerely for the donations, memorial contributions, suggestions, compliments, and 
most of all for your support and patronage, without which YOUR library would become a building 
without a purpose. Atkinson and its library: a winning combination in 1995 and in the future. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Sally A. Dowd, Secretary 
KPL Board of Trustees 



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Planning Board 



The 1995 calendar year was a veiy busy year for the Planning Board. 

Subdivision activity, especially in the 'low/moderate cluster' kept us busy much of the year and, 
many times, into the wee hours of the morning. I want to thank the Planning Board members, all 
of whom have regular jobs, for being attentive and informative until 1:00 or 2:00 a.m. I also want 
to apologize to those of you who had to wait until these late hours to have input or be informed on 
matters before the board. During this time, we have approved the following: 

Subdivisions: 

• Brushwood Estates (off Jericho Road) - 14, 4-bedroom single family homes. 

• Butler Estates (off Providence Hill Road) - 12, 4-bedroom single family homes. 

Low/Moderate Cluster Subdivisions: 

• Dearborn Estates (off Amberwood/Fernwood Drive) - 1 1, 3-bedroom single family homes 
with 3 units set aside for low/moderate. 

• Carriage Chase Estates (off Little Rob Road) - 21 homes, 16, 4-bedroom and 5, 3-bedroom. 
5 units set aside for low/moderate. 

• The Woodlands of Atkinson (off Lakeside Drive/Route 1 1 1) - 56, 2-bedroom units. 12 set 
aside for low/moderate. 

The Planning Board is working to shorten our Public Hearings by using a Technical Review 
Person from Rockingham Planning Commission. We feel this will make the process more 
understandable for the board, the public and the developers. 

We have also worked to form a line of communication between the Planning Board and other 
Boards in town. Members have been assigned as liaisons to these various boards. We are 
especially grateful for our new reviews of plans being performed by the Conservation Commission 
which is not only looking for wetlands crossings, but is now commenting on the total plan and has 
already helped us on two plans. 

We are glad to report that the Capital Improvement Plan, which the Planning Board has jurisdiction 
over, is progressing very well. Its success is based on the cooperation of all departments. We want 
to thank Harold Morse for chairing that Committee. 

We are all looking forward to a busy 1996. 

Respectfully submitted, 

George Lemery, 

Chainnan 



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Police Department 



1995 was a relatively quiet year. We did experience a veiy disturbing increase in house breaks. We 
encountered a group of thugs who were not only hitting our town, but also broke into a number of 
homes in surrounding towns. We put in place as many extra patrols as we could with the personnel 
we had at that time. Fortunately, this group moved on and things quieted down considerably. 

In March of 1995 we employed our third full-time officer. This was made possible through COPS 
FAST, a grant funded by the Federal Government, for which I applied. By employing this third 
full time police officer, we are now providing 24-hour-a-day coverage by the same officers. This 
now allows the officer to become very familiar with who should and should not be in any given 
area at any given time. I have carefully considered a request from the Board of Selectmen to hire a 
fourth full-time police officer, and can confidently say there is absolutely no need to take on the 
added expense at this time. At this time we are in good shape for providing coverage to our 
residents, and will be able to continue to do so for quite some time, with the present complement of 
full-time officers. 

We are constantly trying to come up with additional programs for our elderly. Our second annual 
Flu Shot Clinic was very successful - we had almost 200 residents come to our Police Station for 
their flu shots. A new agreement with Mitchell Security Company will allow the installation of the 
Medical Alert System in the homes of our seniors at a reduced cost. This is a valuable tool which 
allows a person to call for assistance by pressing only one button, which is suspended on a chain 
around their neck. The only cost to the resident is a $15.00 per month monitoring charge. The 
regular $170.00 installation charge has been split between Mitchell Security and the Police 
Department's Donation Account. If you would be interested in taking advantage of this service, 
please call me at the Police Station between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. at 362-4001 . 

We are fortunate that Atkinson has one of the lowest, if not the lowest, crime rate in the area. This 
is accomplished by providing as many neighborhood patrols as possible. By being as visible as we 
have been has helped reduce our neighborhood crime statistics dramatically. 

I have in the past and will continue in the future to make myself available to any Atkinson resident. 
I can be reached through the Police Department at 362-4001, or at my home, 362-5627. All 
members of the Police Department are dedicated to providing the residents of Atkinson with the 
most efficient and professional police service possible. Please drive defensively, love and respect 
thy neighbor, and make 1996 a safe, memorable, and enjoyable year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Philip V. Consentino, 
Chief of Police 



34 



Zoning Board of Adjustment 



During 1995, the Zoning Board of Adjustment met 11 times, held 11 Public Hearings (plus 
continuances) and reviewed 14 Home Business approvals, renewals and exemptions. 

These hearings were concerned with requests for the following: 

1 . Variances to the Atkinson Zoning Ordinance (6) 

2. Special Exceptions allowed by the Atkinson Zoning Ordinance (5) 

3 . Administrative Appeal (0) 

4 . Rehearing requests (4) 

This year's hearing results were as follows: 

Purpose Of Hearing Granted Denied 

Variances to: 

Sideline 2 

Frontage 1 

Wetland 1 2 

Special Exceptions: 

Home Businesses: 

New 1 

Renewals 7 

Exemptions 5 1 

Accessory Apartments 2 

Reduction of Frontage 1 

Non-Conforming/Alteration 1 

Seasonal/ Year Round 1 

Rehearing Requests: 4 

Records of all public hearings and decisions are maintained in the Zoning Board of Adjustment 
Office and available for public review. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Charles LeMay, 

Chairman 



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MASON + RICH 

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION 
Accountants and Auditors 

Two Capital Plaza, Suite 3-1 
Concord, NH 03301 



April 10, 1995 



Boai-d of Selectmen 

Town of Atkinson 

2 1 Academy Avenue 

Atkinson, New Hampshire 0381 1 

In planning and performing our audit of the financial statements of the Town of Atkinson, New 
Hampshire for the year ended December 31, 1994 we considered the Town's internal control 
structure to determine our auditing procedures for the purpose of expressing an opinion on the 
financial statements and not to provide assurance on the internal control structure. 

However, during our audit we did become aware of several matters that are opportunities for 
strengthening internal controls and operating efficiency. The material that accompanies this letter 
summarizes our comments and suggestions regarding those matters. This letter does not affect our 
report dated April 10, 1995 on the financial statements of the Town. 

We will review the status of these comments during our next audit engagement. We have already 
discussed these comments and suggestions with various Town personnel and we will be pleased to 
discuss them in further detail at your convenience, to perform any additional study of these matters, 
or to assist you in implementing the recommendations. 

Respectfully submitted, 

MASON + RICH 
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION 

Accountants and Auditors 



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MASON + RICH 



Status of Prior Year's Recommendations: 

We noted that the prior year's recommendations concerning monthly reconciliations of the cash 
accounts to the general ledger, the the reporting of the Police Donations Account, and accounting 
for road bonds had been implemented and have addressed our findings expressed in the prior 
year's audit. However, we would recommend that one additional simple procedure be implemented 
for the Road Bonds to complete the process and enable the Planning Board to close out its files as 
the Bonds where returned. The Treasurer should forward to the Planning Board a copy of the 
closure of the account to enable the Planning Boaid to close out the files it maintains. 

Conservation Commission Bank Accounts: 

Finding - The Conservation Commission bank accounts, as confirmed by the bank this year, do 
not list the Town Treasurer as an authorized signer of the accounts. 

Recommendation - NH RSA 36A:5 requires the account to be in the custody of the Treasurer. 
We would recommend that this be done in 1995 and the Treasurer be added as an authorized signer 
on the account. 

Management's Comments - In accordance with the recommendations of the auditors, we are 
requesting that the Conservation Commission amend their accounts to include the name of the 
Treasurer as an authorized signer on the accounts. 

Lapse of Warrant Articles: 

Finding - The Board of Selectmen did not vote to encumber warrant articles to be carried over to 
1995 prior to the end of 1994, as required by RSA 32:7V. 

Recommendation - The Selectmen need to approve warrant article carryovers prior to year end. 
Without a binding contract or a vote at Town Meeting on the original article making it non-lapsing, 
the original warrant article lapses at year end and reverts to fund balance unless approved prior to 
year end. 

Management's Comments - In future years, all votes on carryover warrant articles will be taken 
in early December to ensure compliance with the new state statutes. 



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44 



Vital 

Statistics 

1995 



Births 1995 



Name of Child 

Bassi, Rebecca Francis 
Burke, Jacob Alexander 
Butler, Eric Daniel 
Cartier, MacKenzie Arlene 
Cole, Allison Patricia 
Lipfert, Jennifer Marie 
Morse, Emma Marie 
Pozerycki, Kendra Alanna 
Shields, Harrison Patrick 
Somers, Sadie Marie 







Mother's 


te of Birth 


Maiden Name 


Feb 


24 


Marsha Ann Senn 


Jan 


29 


Lee Ann McEvoy 


May 


1 


Vickie L. Bilo 


Aug 


11 


Maureen Crites 


June 


28 


Patricia Ellen Ingraham 


Apr 


29 


Laura Ann Ippolito 


July 


13 


Susan Marie Niziak 


Sept 


5 


Anne Michelle Runk 


Apr 


16 


Jane Anne Pike 


Feb 


12 


Marie Ann Manson 



Name of Father 

Benjamin Peter Bassi, Jr. 
James Clinton Burke 
Daniel Biyan Butler 
Michael Wayne Cartier 
John Frederic Cole 
Raymond Maxwell Lipfert 
Charles William Morse 
John Douglas Pozerycki 
Stephen Patrick Shields 
Robert William Somers 



Deaths 1995 



Name of Deceased 



Bailey, Ava Mae Sept 27(1987) 


96 


Burris, Daniel B., Jr. 


Aug 


31 


59 


Carpenter, Arthur William 


Feb 


2 


53 


Carr, Jane 


Feb 


25 


77 


Chapinski, Frank 


Oct 


12 


62 


Conley, Robert 


Sept 


18 


78 


Difeo, Ciriaco J. 


June 


7 


79 


DiMaria, Sam 


Jan 


4 


81 


Fleming, George J. 


Nov 


11 


83 


Greenough, Irene Mary 


May 


8 


79 


Milliard, Gerald 


Jan 


19 


66 


Kachanian, Araxie 


May 


31 


81 


Karamourtopoulos, Harry 


July 


17 


66 


Klenner, Marjorie 


Jan 


18 


72 


Krohn, Neal Robert 


Apr 


3 


58 


Lewis, Ralph Archie 


Apr 


4 


88 


Mauriello, Elsie 


May 


18 


70 


Page, Lester L. 


June 


26 


57 


Rodgers, Rosamond M. 


July 


29 


64 


Salter, Walter 


Sept 


2 


75 


Stavropoulos, Peter 


Nov 


4 


26 


Wason, Austin 


Mar 


6 


72 


Willard, Emerson A. 


July 


20 


85 


Williams, Hazel C. 


Oct 


7 


80 



Date Age Name of Parents 

Charles Johnson/Annie S. Haskell 

Daniel B. Burris, Sr./Mildred Baker 

Robert A. Carpenter/Alice L. Bustead 

William W. Aechtler/Ouida Cefrey 

Adam Ciapinski/Sophie Delkta 

Burial 

Sabino DiFeo/Carmela Cipriani 

William DiMaria/Josephine Corabi 

William C. Fleming/Ellen G. Winston 

Mandival S. Moneypenny/Clara E. Livingstone 

Burial 

Burial 

Paul Karamourtopoulos/Zoe Mastorakis 

Burial 

Harry Krohn/Eythel Cleary 

Burial 

Anton Antonsen/Martha Andressen 

Fred Page/Esther Shere 

John Rawson/Rose M. Nadeau 

John Salter/GertiTjde Shaw 

Steven A. Stavropoulos/Diane T. Fortune 

Burial 

Emery Willard/Alice Scarborough 

Burial 



46 



Marriages 1995 



Date 



Groom & Bride 



Residence 



Officiant 



June 24 



Aug 



12 



Sept 23 

Sept 16 

Feb 25 

May 2 

June 24 

Apr 29 

June 24 

Oct 14 



Abbott, Brian Keith 

Kaulback, Robyn Melissa 
Aloi, Frederick Carl 

Stanton, Patricia Lynn 
Antinoro, Anthony Carl 

Busineau, Suzanne 



Haverhill, MA 
Atkinson, NH 
Atkinson, NH 
Atkinson, NH 
North Andover, MA 
North Andover, MA 



Richard B. Thompson, 

R.C. Priest 
James Stirling, III - 

Pastor 
Rev. Clyde L. Powell - 

Clergy 



Bennett, Kane Conroy 

Landry, Jennifer Lynn 
Bonin, Arthur Robert 

Chasse, Cheryl Lynn 
Brink, Samuel John 

Kellett, Cathie Susan 
Brown, Thomas James, Jr. 

Peterson, Paula Diane 
Brumwell, Robert William 

Herlihy, Kerry Lynne 
Burke, Roland Stephen 

Condon, Deborah Lee 
Burke, William Thomas 

Morancie, Amy Rose 



Edgartown, MA 
Atkinson, NH 
Atkinson, NH 
Raymond, NH 
Atkinson, NH 
Atkinson, NH 
Hillsborough, NC 
Hillsborough, NC 
Novi, MI 
Atkinson, NH 
Atkinson, NH 
Atkinson, NH 
Atkinson, NH 
Atkinson, NH 



William E. Beane - 

Justice of the Peace 
Allen W. Cook - 

Pastor 
Linda S. Jette - 

Justice of the Peace 
Peter W. Lovejoy - 

Clergyman 
Rev. John B. Finnigan ■ 

R. C. Priest 
Charles W. Johnson - 

Justice of the Peace 
Rec. Clyde L. Powell - 

Pastor 



Nov 15 Cappello, Joseph Anthony, Jr. 

Farnsworth, Doreen Marie 
June 10 Capsalis, Michael David 

Conway, Patricia Grace 
Apr 22 Chester, William Henry 

Gadsby, Laurie Denise 



East Hampstead, NH 
Atkinson, NH 
Fremont, NH 
Atkinson, NH 
Atkinson, NH 
Salisbury, MA 



Philip D. Fichera - 
Justice of the Peace 

Richard B. Thompson - 
R. C. Priest 

Rev. Florent R. Bilodeau 
R. C. Priest 



Jan 27 Daigle, Joel Robert 

Travers, Vicki Lynn 
Feb 12 Dalton, Edward J. 

O'Dwyer, Diane M. 
Sept 9 DeCaro, Christopher John 

Willneff, Jill Ann 
Oct 7 Desroche, Paul John 

Pothier, Carrie Ann 



Atkinson, NH 
Hampstead, NH 
Atkinson, NH 
Atkinson, NH 
Atkinson, NH 
Atkinson, NH 
Sandown, NH 
Atkinson, NH 



Eleanor M. Zaremba - 

Justice of the Peace 
Linda S. Jette - 

Justice of the Peace 
Linda S. Jette - 

Justice of the Peace 
Richard B. Thompson - 

R. C. Priest 



May 27 Engermann, Matthew Spencer 
Ani, Michelle Eme 

May 12 Erb, Keith Vernon, Jr. 
Roman, Lisa Ellen 



Atkinson, NH 
Atkinson, NH 
Burlington, MA 
Atkinson, NH 



Stanley Choate - 
Bishop/Pastor 

Linda S. Jette - 

Justice of the Peace 



June 10 Ferrara, Martin 

DeLucia, Rose Frances 



Methuen, MA 
Atkinson, NH 



Gerard DesMarais 
Pastor 



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Marriages 1995 



Aug 


19 


Gale, Ronald William 


Atkinson, NH 


Joan C. Tuck - 






Gear, Linda Elizabeth 


Atkinson, NH 


Justice of the Peace 


May 


27 


Gray, Lawrence Samuel 


Atkinson, NH 


Robert F. Dobson - 






Perry, Heather Nicole 


Atkinson, NH 


Pastor 


Dec 


16 


Greer, David Roller 


Virginia Beach, VA 


Rev. Clyde L. Powell - 






Sullivan, Jill 


Atkinson, NH 


Pastor 


Oct 


22 


Haskell, James Douglas 


Westfield, MA 


Rev. Clyde L. Powell - 






Ginkus, Jo Ann 


Westfield, MA 


Pastor 


July 


22 


Killam, Dean Bartley 


Atkinson, NH 


Dr. Elliott T. Fair, Jr. - 






King, Susan Morrison 


Atkinson, NH 


Minister 


June 


10 


LaFrance, Chad David 


Houston, TX 


Richard B. Thompson - 






Pirog, Tania Marie 


Atkinson, NH 


R. C. Priest 


July 


1 


LeFebvre, Philip Joseph 


Atkinson, NH 


Linda S. Jette - 






Stacey, Christine Florence 


Atkinson, NH 


Justice of the Peace 


May 


25 


Lemieux, Roland Joseph 


Haverhill, MA 


Linda S. Jette - 






Sai-gent, Laura Marie 


Haverhill, MA 


Justice of the Peace 


May 


6 


Lisbon, Joseph Costa III 


Atkinson, NH 


Annette M. Cooke - 






Leriche, Wendy K. 


Salem, NH 


Justice of the Peace 


May 


21 


Luz, Mark Andrew 


Derry, NH 


Richard B. Thompson - 






Fournier, Kimberly Renee 


Atkinson, NH 


R. C. Priest 


May 


14 


Melesky, Stephen Michael 


Atkinson, NH 


Robert E. Aspinwall - 






Shanahan, Melissa Anne 


Plaistow, NH 


Clergyman 


May 


19 


Miller, Harry Brian 


Atkinson, NH 


Linda S. Jette - 






Painten, Stacie Ellen 


Haverhill, MA 


Justice of the Peace 


Sept 


16 


Morse, Lawrence R. 


Newton Junction, NH 


Dennis Plourde - 






Apitz, Donna J. 


Atkinson, NH 


Reverend 


Mar 


31 


Pozerycki, John Douglas 


Atkinson, NH 


Richard J. Rondeau - 






Pozerycki, Anne Michelle 


Atkinson, NH 


Justice of the Peace 


Nov 


18 


Priest, Benjamin Todd 


Atkinson, NH 


Rev. Harry Soper, Jr. - 






Gulliver, Sharon May 


Atkinson, NH 


Pastor 


July 


1 


Ranfone, John Joseph 


North Andover, MA 


Richard J. Rondeau - 






Currier, Sandra Lee 


Atkinson, NH 


Justice of the Peace 


Aug 


19 


Reynolds, Keith Douglas 


Haverhill, MA 


Richard J. Rondeau - 






Richard Paula Jean 


Haverhill, MA 


Justice of the Peace 


July 


29 


Rychwa, William Andrew, Jr. 


Atkinson, NH 


Richard J. Rondeau - 






Showalter, Janice Marie 


Salem, NH 


Justice of the Peace 


Mar 


18 


Thornton, Dwayne Lee 


Atkinson, NH 


Richard B. Thompson - 






Kelly, Elaine Ann 


Haverhill, MA 


R. C. Priest 


May 


2 


Weeden, Daniel Thomas 


Atkinson, NH 


Pauline H. Keezer - 






Goldthwaite, Dana-Ann 


Atkinson, NH 


Justice of the Peace 



- 48 



Application For Committee 

Appointment 



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boards, commissions and committees. If you are a registered voter of Atkinson and would like to 
serve as member of one of the following, please fill out the form below, noting your area of 
interest, and submit it to the Selectmen's Office. 



O Boiird of Adjustment 

O Building Needs Committee 

O Cable TV Advisory Board 

O Conservation Committee 

O Highway Safety Committee 

O Planning Board 

O Recreation Commission 

O Recycling Committee 

O Other (Please Specify) 



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