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Annual Reports 
of the Town of 



Allenstown, New Hampshire 




Digitized by the Internet Archive 
in 2014 



https://archive.org/details/annualreportsofse1984alle 




Judge Lionel (Mike) Stokes 

Served the Town for 43 years from 1940 to 1983. He was School Auditor for 26 years, Ballot Clerk for 10 years, 
Municipal Court Judge for 16 years, Planning Board Member for 5 years and Budget Committee member for 33 
years. Thank you for your devotion to the town of Allenstown. 



Allenstown, New Hampshire 




Annual Reports 

of the Selectmen and Treasurer to- 
gether with the Reports of the Road 
Agent and other Officers of the Town 
of Allenstown, New Hampshire for 
the Fiscal Year ending 



December 31, 1984 



Table of Contents 



Auditor's Report 34 

Budget— Town 15-17 

Computation of Tax Rate 20, 21 

Community Action Program 45-47 

Concord Regional Visiting Nurse 48 

Detailed Statement of Expenditures 28-33 

Fire Department 44 

Library 50 

Minutes of 1984 Town Meeting 6-11 

Parks and Recreation 49 

Schedule of Town Property 23 

School District 51-69 

School District Budget 58-61 

School District Warrant 53-57 

Sewer Commission 35-43 

Statement of Appropriations 18, 19 

Summary of Inventory of Valuation 22 

Tax Collector's Report 26, 27 

Town Clerk's Report 27 

Town Officers 4, 5 

Town Warrant 12-14 

Treasurer's Report 24, 25 

Trust Funds 23 

Vital Statistics 71-76 

Welfare 50 



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Town Officers 



MODERATOR 
William Smith 
2 Bailey Avenue 



Gerard Bourcier 
Gabriel Daneault 
Donald Chaput 



TAX COLLECTOR 
Jacqueline Nadeau 
6 Bailey Avenue 

CIVIL DEFENSE DIRECTOR 
Roger Letendre 
8 Ferry Street 



TOWN CLERK 
Edward R. Cyr 
9 Letendre Avenue 

SELECTMEN 
19 Bartlett 
34 Al's Avenue 
2 Meadow Lane 

ROAD AGENT 
Joseph Benninghove 
16 Webster Street 

HEALTH OFFICER 

Sharon Ahearn 
8 Summers Avenue 



TREASURER 
Catherine Valley 
41 Main Street 



Term Expires 1985 
Term Expires 1986 
Term Expires 1987 



FIRE CHIEF 
Roger Letendre 
8 Ferry Street 

WELFARE DIRECTOR 
Jeanette Plourde 
71 River Road 



SEWER COMMISSIONERS 
Paul Girard Term Expires 1985 

Charles Todd Term Expires 1986 

Robert W. Plourde Term Expires 1987 



LIBRARY TRUSTEES 
Mary Kneeland Term Expires 1985 

Vivian Doane Term Expires 1986 

Florence Parlangeli Term Expires 1987 



TRUSTEE OF TRUST FUNDS 
Roger Courtemanche 
7 Main Street 



LIBRARIAN 
Georgette Plourde 3 School Street 
Betty Richard 7 Whitten Street 

BUDGET COMMITTEE 



Joseph Lamy 
Abe Blow 
Irene Boisvert 
Robert Plourde 
Sharon Ahearn 
Carol Girard 
Richard Raymond 
Robert Bernier 



Term 
Term 
Term 
Term 
Term 
Term 
Term 
Term 



Expires 1986 
Expires 1986 
Expires 1986 
Expires 1986 
Expires 1987 
Expires 1987 
Expires 1987 
Expires 1987 



Ronald Adinolfo 
Patricia Nardone 
John Welch 
George Auger 

Gabriel Daneault 
Frank Danielli 



BUILDING INSPECTOR 
Robert Girard 
2 Ray Court 



Term Expires 1985 
Term Expires 1985 
Term Expires 1985 
Term Expires 1985 



Rep. Selectmen 
Rep. School 



FOREST FIRE WARDENS 



Rene Boudreau 



James Lane 



POLICE DEPARTMENT 

Full Time 
Norman Connor, Chief 
Robert Shine, Sgt. 
Ronald Montplaisir 

Michael Sarette 
SPECIAL OFFICERS 
Michael Hildreth 
Scott Lane 
Brenda Brown 



SCHOOL CROSSING GUARDS 
Arthur Proulx Rene Beauchesne 

SUPERVISOR OF CHECKLIST 
Louise Letendre Term Expires 1986 

Priscilla Lemaire Term Expires 1988 

Jeanne Gingras Term Expires 1990 



ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER 
Robert Bilodeau 485-9101 



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PLANNING BOARD 

REGULAR MEMBERS ALTERNATE MEMBERS 

Dennis Fowler Term Expires 1987 Lynda Girard 

Roger Laflamme Term Expires 1987 Robert Girard 

Donald Boisvert Term Expires 1985 Raymond Guilbeault 
John Welch Term Expires 1986 

Donald Chaput, Representing Board of Selectmen 



REGULAR MEMBERS 
Alfred Levesque 
Maurice Ahearn 
Arthur Houle 
Patricia Manseau (Resigned) 
Charles Currier 



BOARD OF ADJUSTMENTS 



ALTERNATES 
Louis Savaria 
Joan Menard 
Robert Cunha 



TOWN CLERK OFFICE HOURS 
Edward R. Cyr 
Route 3, Allenstown 
485-3111 
Hours 

Monday-Thursday 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM 
Friday 8:30 to 6:00 PM 



TAX COLLECTOR OFFICE HOURS 
Jacqueline Nadeau 
Town Hall 
Hours 

Wednesday 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM 
Thursday 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM 



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Minutes of Annual Meeting 
1984 Town of Allenstown 

The annual meeting of the Town of Allenstown was held on March 17, 1984. Meeting was called to order at 
1:00 p.m. by William Smith who asked the townspeople to remember Richard McNamara who recently died. 
106 people were in attendance. 

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

This Article was taken care of on March 13, 1984. The results are known. 

Article 2 To see if the Town will vote to adopt the following amendments to the Town's zoning ordinance: 

Amendment No. 1. The first proposed amendment is to add to Section 202, special definition, the 
following: 

h. Condominiums. See cluster housing. 

i. Condominium conversions. An apartment building converted for the use and ownership of in- 
dividual families. 

j. Cluster housing. Cluster housing is housing in a cluster development. A division of land into 
lots for use as individual residential building sites where said lots are arranged into one or more 
groups having area and yard measurements less than the minimum required by the zoning 
ordinance." 

Amendment No. 2. To amend Section 301, Subsection by, deleting "Residential Zone" and replac- 
ing it with the following: 

"B. Residential zones as follows: Residential Zone I being all that land in the residential zone served 
by either town water or town sewer and Residential Zone II being all that land in the residential 
zone served by neither town water nor town sewer." 

Amendment No. 3. This amendment is to amend Article IV of the Zoning ordinance by adding to 
Section 402, the following: 

"h. Cluster housing: For cluster residential development or residential development in a clustered 
concept, subject to dimensional and density requirements less than the minimum normally required 
in the particular district, the following conditions may apply: 

1. The tract shall be at least five (5) acres in size and subject to approval by the Planning Board. 

2. If developed strictly for one family detached residences the following conditions shall apply: 

A. Each individual lot shall be subject to the yard requirements for one family detached dwell- 
ings in the residential zone with water and sewer; 

B. The total number of proposed lots in the development shall not exceed the number of lots 
which could be developed under normal application requirements. For purposes of this section, 
it shall be assumed that a maximum of 80% of the total tract area could be utilized to meet lot 
area requirements; 

C. The development shall be served by an adequate water system and by either the Town 
sewerage system or community system approved by the State Water Supply and Pollution Con- 
trol Board; 

D. At least 20% of the total tract area (of which 50% shall not be wetlands or over 5% slopeland) 
shall be set aside as common land and covenanted to be maintained as permanent open space 
in private or cooperative nonprofit ownership; 



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E. Such common land shall be permanently covenanted simultaneously with the Planning 
Board's approval of the final subdivision plan; 

F. Such common land shall be restricted to open space recreational uses such as tot lot, park, 
playground, playfield, golf course, or conservation area and have suitable access to a street; 

3. If developed for one-family attached and/or multi-family residence, the following conditions shall 
apply: 

A. Each individual lot shall have a minimum of 20,000 square feet plus 8,000 square feet for 
each dwelling unit; 

B. The total land required for each building shall be 80,000 square feet plus 8,000 square feet 
for each dwelling unit; 

C. The development shall be served by an adequate water system and by either the town 
sewerage system or community system approved by the State Water Supply and Pollution Con- 
trol Board; 

Amendment No. 4. To amend Article V. Section 501, regulating uses in the residential zone by deleting 
sub section d, which permits farms and gardens in the residential zone and insert in its place the 
following: 

"d. Gardens when incidental to primary residential use but excluding any use injurious, nox- 
ious or offensive to the neighborhood." 

Amendment No. 5. Amend Article V, Section 503(c) and (d) requiring that residential lots meet 
minimum requirements for frontage on "any one street" to require frontage on an "accepted street" 
by deleting Section 503(c) and Section 503(d) and inserting in their places the following: 

"c. Where town water and town sewer are available no lot shall have less than 100 feet frontage 
on any one accepted street, not an area of less than 10,000 square feet. 

d. If either town water or town sewer are not available, no lot shall have less than 200 feet front- 
age along any one accepted street, nor an area of less than 40,000 square feet." 

Amendment No. 6. To amend Article VI Section 601 which governs uses permitted in the business 
zone by adding the following: 

"r. Automobile sales, 
s. Sales of goods." 

Amendment No. 7. Delete all of Section 603 which lists uses not permitted in the business zone and 
insert in its place the following: 

"Section 603. Uses not permitted." 

In a business zone, no land, building, structure, or premises shall be used for a coal yard, lumber 
yard, or for any other purpose injurious, noxious, or offensive to the neighborhood by reason of 
emission of odor, fumes, dust, smoke, vibration, noise or other cause. 

Amendment No. 8. Amend Section 604 which governs dimensional restrictions in the business zone 
by deleting Section 604(f), requiring frontage "on any one street" and inserting in its place the 
following new section 604(f): 

"f. No lot shall have less than 75 feet frontage on any one accepted street." 

Amendment No. 9. Amend Article VIII Supplemental Regulations, Section 810 to make Section 810 
which presently applies to apartment houses also apply to one-family attached dwellings by amend- 
ing the heading of Section 810 which presently reads "Section 810. Apartment Houses" to read: 

"Section 810. Apartment houses and One-Family Attached." 

The wording of the rest of Section 810 is not changed by this amendment. 



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Amendment No. 10. To amend Article VIII, Section 811 regulating outdoor signs by deleting Section 
811 and inserting "a height of not greater than 7 feet need not be set back more than 1 foot from 
any side or rear line." 

Amendment No. 11. Amend the heading of Section 813 which presently reads "Section 813. Mobile 
Park Regulations." by adding the words "Mobile Home and" so that the first line of Section 813 
shall read as follows: "Section 813. Mobile Home and Mobile Park Renovations." This amendment 
does not alter or affect the language of the rest of Section 813 sub sections (a) through the end 
of Section 813. 

Amendment No. 12. Amend Section 813(a)(1) by deleting Section 813(a)(1) and inserting in its place 
the following: 

"1. Mobile Home: Mobile Home shall mean any vehicle or structure so designed that it is, 
or may be, mounted on wheels, whether demountable or not, and propelled or driven on 
highways or town streets by its own or other mode of power; and constructed in such a manner 
as will permit occupancy thereof as a dwelling or sleeping place for one or more persons and 
provided with a toilet and with either a bath tub or shower and intended to be used as a perma- 
nent dwelling unit." 

Amendment No. 13. Amend Article VIII, Section 813(e)(1) dealing with location of mobile homes 
and parks by deleting Section 813(e)(1) and inserting in its place the following new Section 813(e)(1). 

"1. Location: Mobile home parks may be located only in open space and farming zones and 
only by exception upon approval of the Board of Adjustment, subject to such conditions as may 
be imposed by the Board of Adjustment. Mobile home parks shall be at least 200 feet distant 
from the nearest abutting property and at least 200 feet distant from the edge of the nearest public 
right-of-way as a buffer zone." 

Amendment No. 14. Amend Section 813(e)(3) concerning space requirements for mobile homes by 
deleting Section 813(e)(3) and inserting in its place the following: 

"(3) Space Requirements: Each mobile home space shall be at least 200 feet wide and 200 feet 
deep, and shall abut on a public way with unobstructed access to a public street. Such spaces 
shall be clearly defined and mobile homes shall be so located that a minimum of 20 feet clearance 
exists between any part of the mobile home and the lot lines of the mobile home spaces. A. One 
utility shed and greenhouse not larger than 100 square feet with a height of not greater than 
7 feet need not be set back more than 1 foot from any side or rear line." 

Amendment No. 15. Amend Article VIII Section 813(e)(5) which prohibits location of individual mobile 
homes or trailers anywhere in Allenstown except as permitted in Section 813 of the zoning ordinance 
by deleting Section 813(e)(5) and inserting in its place the following: 

"5. No individual mobile home or trailer shall be permitted in Allenstown after the date of 
this ordinance except as permitted under Section 813 and 403 of this ordinance. It shall be fur- 
ther permitted to have an individual trailer or mobile home located in the Town of Allenstown 
for a period not exceeding 14 days in any one 12 month period." 

Amendment No. 16. Amend Article VIII Section 813(i) and (i)(l) which prohibits certain alterations 
and additions to mobile homes by deleting Section 813(i) and Section 813(i)(l). 

Amendment No. 17. Amend Article VIII Supplemental Regulations by adding the following new 
provision: 

"Section 817. Hazardous Uses Barred. The storage, treatment or disposal of nuclear, chemical 
or hazardous waste as defined in RSA 147- A :2 VII shall not be permitted in any zone in the Town 
of Allenstown." 



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Amendment No. 18. Amend Article IX Section 906 by deleting Section 906 and inserting in its place 
the following new Section 906: 

"Section 906. Building permits. The issuance of a zoning permit shall precede or be in conjunction 
with the issuance of any building permit required by law. A building permit shall be valid for one 
year from the date of issuance provided that work is commenced under the permit within six months 
after issuance. Said permit may be renewed for a further period of one year. On new building "con- 
struction commenced" shall mean the completion at least of the foundation. After a foundation 
is constructed, buildings must be completed within one year unless the time is extended by the 
Building Inspector for good cause. All permits issued prior to the enactment of this amendment 
shall expire one year from the date of enactment of this amendment unless renewed under the 
above provision." 

Amendment No. 19. Amend Article XI Section 101 which provides for a fine of ten dollars ($10) each 
day for zoning violations after conviction of a zoning violation in order to increase the fine up to 
one hundred dollars ($100) for each day that the violation continues after conviction by deleting 
Section 1101 and inserting in its place the following: 

"Section 1101. In addition to any other remedies authorized by law, in case any building or struc- 
ture is erected, reconstructed, altered, repaired, converted, or maintained, or any building, struc- 
ture or land as used in violation of this ordinance, the owner or owners of the building, structure 
or land, and any other person violating the provisions of this zoning ordinance may be punished 
by a fine of not more than one hundred dollars ($100) for each day that such a violation continues 
after the conviction date not exceeding five hundred dollars ($500) in accordance with the provi- 
sions of RSA 676:17. 

Amendment No. 20. To Amend Article IV which now contains two sections numbered 403. The first 
Section 403 concerns mobile homes. This amendment Section 403 concerns dimensional restric- 
tions. In addition, there is already a Section 404 concerning dimensional restrictions. The amend- 
ment is to delete the section 403 that deals with dimensional restrictions and to add to Section 404 
Dimensional Restrictions subsections a, b, and c so that Section 404 will read as follows: 

"No building or structure shall be closer than twenty feet from any street, or closer than thirty 
feet from any rear or side lot line. 

a. A swimming pool need not be set back more than fifteen feet from the rear lot line. 

b. A garage accessory to a one or two family dwelling need not be set back more than ten 
feet from the rear lot line; and 

c. A utility shed or greenhouse not larger than one hundred square feet with a height not 
greater than seven feet need not be set back more than one foot from any side or rear lot line. 

Amendment No. 21. To amend Article III Section 305 which concerns nonconforming uses by deleting 
Subsection d of Section 305 and inserting in its place the following: 

"d. Restore to other than a conforming use after damage from any cause, unless the noncon- 
forming use is substantially reinstated within two years." 

This Article was taken care of on March 13, 1984. The results are known. 

Article 3 To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen to borrow money in anticipation of taxes. 

A Motion was made by Roger Letendre and seconded by Norman Connor to accept Article 3 as 
read. Voted and passed. 



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Article 4 To see if the Town will vote to authorize its Selectmen to sell any real estate which the Town may 
have acquired by deed as a result of nonpayment of taxes, and to authorize the Selectmen to give 
a deed in the name of the Town to the purchaser of such land. 

A Motion was made by Roger Menard and seconded by Jeannette Chevrette to accept Article 4 
as read. Voted and passed. 

Article 5 To see if the Town will vote to give a one (1%) percent discount on all 1984 property taxes within 
fifteen (15) days after mailing of the tax bills. 

A Motion was made by Charles Todd and seconded by Roland Martel to amend Article 5 by chang- 
ing fifteen (15) days to "twenty (20)" days after mailing of the tax bills. Voted and passed. A Mo- 
tion was made by Roger Menard and seconded by Sharon Ahern to accept Article 5 as amended. 
Voted and passed. 

Article 6 (By Petition) To see if the Town of Allenstown shall call upon the Governor and Executive Council, 
its State Representative(s) and State Senator to promptly convene a special Session of the Legislature 
for the sole purpose of preventing the imposition of huge cost increases in electric rates resulting 
from the Seabrook Nuclear Power Plant on the citizens, businesses, schools and agencies in the 
Town of Allenstown, and to direct the Selectmen to promptly notify our above listed elected of- 
ficials of the Town's desire. 

A Motion was made by Charles Todd and seconded by Roy Nedeau to dismiss Article 6. Mr. Todd 
took the floor and explained that it would end up costing the taxpayers more money to call the 
special session, and that it wasn't necessary. There was a general discussion as to the advisability 
of approving this Article. Amendment voted and defeated. 

A Motion was made by Doris Levesque and seconded by Vivian Doane to accept Article 6 as read. 
Voted and passed. 

Article 7 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Four Thousand ($4,000) Dollars 
as its proportionate share for the 1984 Youth Services Officer. (This Article is submitted without 
recommendation of the Budget Committee.) 

A Motion was made by Richard Therrien and seconded by Vicki Kneeland to accept Article 7 as 
read. There was a lengthy discussion as to the necessity of passing Article 7. Richard Therrien took 
the floor and explained that the Youth Services Officer works in-house with the juveniles and in 
some cases it is not necessary to place the juveniles in other more expensive schools. Voted and 
passed. 

Article 8 (By Petition) To see if the Town will vote and appropriate the sum of Thirteen Thousand ($13,000) 
Dollars to road mix Martinson Lane, a distance of twelve hundred (1,200) feet. (This Article is recom- 
mended by the Budget Committee.) 

A Motion was made by Roger Menard and seconded by Dennis Bailey to accept Article 8 as read. 
It was stated that the road was accepted by the Town two years ago. The Selectmen stated that 
they had never received a deed for the road. Mr. Therrien spoke about the legality of paving this 
street. Voted and passed. 

Article 9 (By Petition) To see if the Town will vote to purchase and appropriate the sum of Fourteen Thou- 
sand Six Hundred Twelve ($14,612) Dollars to purchase a 1984 GMC one ton dual wheel, four wheel 
drive dump truck with a nine (9) foot Fisher plow for the use of the Highway Department. (This 
Article is recommended by the Budget Committee.) 

A Motion was made by Jeannette Chevrette and seconded by Richard Bilodeau to accept Article 
9 as read. Voted and passed. 



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Article 10 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Ten Thousand Nine Hundred 
Eighty-One ($10,981) Dollars for the purchase of a 1984 Ford LTD cruiser for use by the Police Depart- 
ment. (This article is recommended by the Budget Committee.) 

A Motion was made by Sharon Ahem and seconded by Richard Ahern to accept Article 10 as read. 
Voted and passed. 

Article 11 (By Petition) To see if the town will vote and appropriate the sum of Ten Thousand ($10,000.00) 
Dollars for the purpose of building an addition to the Fire Station. (This Article is not recommend- 
ed by the Budget Committee.) 

Roger Letendre took floor and explained that the addition was needed to house the Fire Depart- 
ment equipment. A Motion was made by Roger Courtemanche and seconded by Richard Courte- 
manche to appropriate the sum of Thirteen Thousand Nine Hundred and Six Dollars ($13,906) for 
the purpose of building an addition to the Fire Station. Voted and passed by a show of hands, 
46 "yes" votes and 38 "no" votes. 

BALANCE AMOUNT OF REVENUE SHARING: $41,558.00 

Article 12 To see if the Town will vote to appropriate the sum of Six Thousand Five Hundred Fifty Eight ($6,558) 
Dollars from the Federal Revenue Sharing Trust Fund for use as a set off against the budgeted ap- 
propriation of the Town Library. (This Article is recommended by the Budget Committee.) 

A Motion was made by Charles Todd and seconded by Roger Menard to accept Article 12 as read. 
Voted and passed. 

Article 13 To see if the Town will vote to appropriate the sum of Twenty Thousand ($20,000) Dollars from 
the Federal Revenue Sharing Trust Fund for use as a set off against the budgeted appropriation 
of the Police Department. (This Article is recommended by the Budget Committee.) 

A Motion was made by Roger Letendre and seconded by Ron Peloquin to accept Article 13 as read. 
Voted and passed. 

Article 14 To see if the Town will vote to appropriate the sum of Fifteen Thousand ($15,000) Dollars from 
the Federal Revenue Sharing Trust Fund for use as a set off against the budgeted appropriation 
of the Fire Department. (This Article is recommended by the Budget Committee. 

A Motion was made by Ernest Petrin and seconded by Richard Bilodeau to accept Article 14 as 
read. Voted and passed. 

Article 15 To see if the Town will vote to accept the budget as submitted by the Budget Committee, or pass 
any vote in relation thereto. 

A Motion was made by Roger Menard and seconded by Jeannette Chevrette to accept the budget 
as amended in the amount of $1,035,529. Voted and passed. 

Article 16 To hear the reports of Auditors, Agents and Committees or of Officers heretofore chosen, and to 
pass any vote in relation thereto. 

No action was taken on Article 16. 



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

A Motion was made by Roger Menard and seconded by Ed Cyr to adjourn the meeting at 2:30 
p.m. Voted and passed. 



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Warrant — Allenstown 
The State of New Hampshire 

TO THE INHABITANTS OF THE TOWN OF ALLENSTOWN, IN THE COUNTY OF MERRIMACK IN SAID 
STATE, QUALIFIED TO VOTE IN THE TOWN AFFAIRS: 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Allenstown Elementary School in said Allenstown on Tuesday the twelfth 
day of March next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon to act upon the following subjects: 



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

Article 2 To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen to borrow money in anticipation of taxes. 

Article 3 To see if the Town will vote to authorize its Selectmen to sell any real estate which the Town may 
have acquired by deed as a result of nonpayment of taxes, and to authorize the Selectmen to give 
a deed in the name of the Town to the purchaser of said land. 

Article 4 To see if the town will vote to give a one (1%) percent discount on all 1985 property taxes paid 
within fifteen (15) days after mailing of the tax bills. 

Article 5 (By Petition) To see if the Town of Allenstown will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Three 
Hundred ($300.00) Dollars for the purpose of installing and maintaining a street light at New England 
Telephone pole #15/6, Public Service Co. #7/15B2, is located on Letendre Avenue in front of a right 
of way with no name. (This Article is recommended by the Budget Committee.) 

Article 6 To see if the Town of Allenstown will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Three Thousand 
Seventy Five ($3,075.00) Dollars to install a chain link fence along the fire department station on 
Ferry Street. (This Article is recommended by the Budget Committee.) 

Article 7 (By Petition) To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Eleven Thousand 
($11,000.00) Dollars for the purchase of a 1985 Ford LTD Cruiser for use by the Police Department. 
(This Article is recommended by the Budget Committee.) 

Article 8 To see if the Town of Allenstown will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Thirty Four Thou- 
sand Thirty Three Dollars and twenty four cents ($34,033.24) for the purchase of a 1985 Ford F700 
truck with plow and wing. (This Article is recommended by the Budget Committee.) 

Article 9 (By Petition) To see if the Town of Allenstown will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Twenty 
Four Thousand One Hundred Twenty Five ($24,125.00) Dollars to purchase a 1985 one ton dual 
wheel, four wheel drive truck with utility body for the use by the fire department as a rescue truck. 
(This Article is not recommended by the Budget Committee.) 



Article 10 (By Petition) To see if the Town of Allenstown will appropriate the sum of One Thousand ($1,000.00) 
Dollars per year to remove the solid waste in back of Riverside Terrace; Riverside Terrace will pro- 
vide and maintain an eight (8) cubic yard dumpster. (This Article is not recommended by the Budget 
Committee.) 

Article 11 (By Petition) To see if the Town of Allenstown will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Twelve 
Thousand ($12,000.00) Dollars to road mix Summers Avenue, a distance of one thousand (1,000) 
feet. (This Article is recommended by the Budget Committee.) 



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Article 12 (By Petition) To see if the Town of Allenstown will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Ten 
Thousand ($10,000.00) Dollars to grade and to resurface with crushed gravel the entire length of 
Riverside Drive which is 7/10ths of one (1) mile. (This Article is not recommended by the Budget 
Committee.) 

Article 13 (By Petition) To see if the Town of Allenstown will vote to remove gates and bars from the intersec- 
tion of Old Chester Turnpike and Granite Street, so-called, to the southerly borderline of P-19. 

Article 14 (By Petition) To see if the Town of Allenstown will vote to establish gates and bars for that portion 
of Old Chester Turnpike that lies South of the southernmost boundary of lots #25 on the Town 
map, and further to remove any and all gates and bars which apply to that portion of Old Chester 
Turnpike that lies North of the southernmost boundary of lot #25 on the Town map. 

Article 15 To see if the Town of Allenstown will vote to: 

(a) join the Concord Regional Solid Waste/Resource Cooperative (the "Cooperative"), said 
Cooperative being authorized by RSA Chapter 53-A entitled "Agreements between Govern- 
ment Units"; 

(b) adopt the "Agreement for Formation of Concord Regional Solid Waste/Resource Recovery 
Cooperative," a copy of which is attached to the Warrant (the "Cooperative Agreement"); 

(c) for the term of the Cooperative Agreement to perform all obligations which may from time to 
time be required of the Town pursuant to the terms of the Cooperative Agreement; 

(d) authorize the Board of Selectmen to execute and deliver the Cooperative Agreement (including 
the completion of the Town's Initial Guaranteed Minimum Quantity on Exhibit A thereto) and 
such other instruments, agreements, and documents, and to take all such other actions, as the 
Board of Selectmen may deem necessary or desirable in furtherance of the purposes set fortn 
in the Cooperative Agreement (including, but not limited to, appointing a member to the 
Cooperative's Provisional Board and Joint Board from time to time); and 

(e) take action relative thereto. 



Article 16 (By Petition) To see if the Town will vote to allow the Selectmen to appoint a three-member Police 
Commission. This Commission will act under the Board of Selectmen and above the Police Depart- 
ment and their function will be to mediate between the two. 



BALANCE AMOUNT OF REVENUE SHARING: $34,510.00 



Article 17 To see if the Town will vote to appropriate the sum of Fifteen Thousand ($15,000.00) Dollars from 
the Federal Revenue Sharing Trust Fund for use as a set off against the budgeted appropriation 
of the Highway Department. (This Article is recommended by the Budget Committee.) 

Article 18 To see if the Town will vote to appropriate the sum of Ten Thousand ($10,000.00) Dollars from 
the Federal Revenue Sharing Trust Fund for use as a set off against the budgeted appropriation 
of the Police Department. (This Article is recommended by the Budget Committee.) 

Article 19 To see if the Town will vote to appropriate the sum of Nine Thousand Five Hundred Ten ($9,510.00) 
Dollars from the Federal Revenue Sharing Trust Fund for use as a set off against the budgeted ap- 
propriation of the Fire Department. (This Article is recommended by the Budget Committee.) 

Article 20 To see if the Town will vote to accept the budget as submitted by the Budget Committee, or pass 
any vote in relation thereto. 



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Article 21 To hear reports of Auditors, Agents and Committees or of Officers heretofore chosen, and to pass 
any vote in relation thereto. 

Article 22 To transact any other business that may legally come before said meeting. 

THE POLLS WILL BE OPEN UNTIL SEVEN O'CLOCK IN THE P.M. The business meeting and reading of the 
Warrant will be held at the Allenstown Elementary School in said Allenstown at 1:00 p.m., Saturday March 16, 
1985. Given under our hands and seals this 19th day of February, A.D., 1985. 

Gabriel Daneault 
Donald A. Chaput 
Gerard Bourcier 
Selectmen of Allenstown 



A true copy of Warrant— ATTEST: 

We certify that we gave notice to the inhabitants within named, to meet at the time and place and for the pur- 
pose within mentioned, by posting up an Attested copy of the within Warrant at the place of meeting within 
named, and a like attested copy the Municipal Building being a public place in said Town, on the 19th day of 
February, 1985. 

Gabriel Daneault 
Donald A. Chaput 
Gerard Bourcier 
Selectmen of Allenstown 



14 



Budget of the Town of Allenstown, New Hampshire 

Budget 





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General Government 










Town Officers Salary 


24,988 


27,310 


29,883 


29,683 


Town Officers Expenses 


30,830 


31,777 


31,792 


32,514 


Election and Registration Expenses 


4,000 


3,782 


4,000 


3,000 


Cemeteries 


150 


146 


150 


150 


General Government Buildings 


15,670 


15,558 


16,130 


17,080 


Reappraisal of Property 


4,000 


3,207 


5,000 


5,000 


Planning and Zoning 


4,000 


1,568 


22,000 


22,000 


Legal Expenses 


2,000 


2,860 


4,000 


4,000 


Advertising and Regional Association 


3,310 


- - 


3,310 


3,310 


Contingency Fund 


1,000 


500 


1,000 


1,000 


Tax Map 


1,000 


-0- 


1,000 


1,000 


Variance Board 


1,000 


126 


1,000 


1,000 


Public Safety 










Police Department 


96,622 


1 1 1 ,828 


150,572 


111,225 


Fire Department 


62,548 


73,264 


52,652 


48,807 


Civil Defense 


1,300 


12,320 


7,000 


7,000 


Forest Fires 


2,000 


2,664 


3,200 


3,000 


Youth Officer 






4,545 


4,545 


New Equipment— Police Dept. 


10,981 


11,194 


1 1 ,000 


1 1 ,000 


Highways, Streets & Bridges 










Town Maintenance 


73,772 


88,528 


80,886 


80,886 


General Highway Department Expenses 


15,500 


15,012 


15,650 


15,650 


Street Lighting 


17,000 


17,921 


18,000 


18,300 


Highway Equipment Expenses 


19,500 


33,186 


21,500 


21,500 


Highways Bridges Town Const. 


23,000 


15,875 


25,000 


37,000 


Sidewalks 


3,200 


1,108 


3,200 


3,200 


Moth Extermination, Care of 


1,250 


1,150 


1,500 


1,500 


Surface Water 


7,500 


3,487 


7,500 


7,500 


Sanitation 










Solid Waste Disposal/Garbage Removal 


53,273 


55,396 


55,273 


55,273 


New Equipment— Highway Dept. 


14,612 


14,712 


28,645 


28,645 


Health 










Health Department 


6,000 


13,500 


7,500 


7,500 


Hospitals and Ambulances 


5,000 


5,000 


5,000 


5,000 


Animal Control 


3,625 


3,865 


1,500 


1,500 


Vital Statistics 


180 


533 


180 


180 



15 



Welfare 



General Assistance 


34,000 


56,806 


41,500 


55 000 


Old Aae Assistance/Aid to the Disabled 


18,000 


15,465 


15 000 


1 5 000 


Culture and Recreation 










Library 


15,523 


15,523 


17 005 


17 125 


Parks and Recreation 


15,600 


15,804 


12,050 


12,050 


Patriotic Purposes 


375 


375 


375 


375 


Community Action 


7,028 


7,028 


7,450 


7,450 


Debt Service 










Principal of Long-Term Bonds & Notes 


55,000 


55,000 


55,000 


55,000 


Intpre^t Fxnpnse 










Long-Term Bonds & Notes 


47,303 


47,303 


44,497 


44,497 


Interest Expense— 










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Capital Outlay 










Sewer— Contra-Plant 


176,586 


177,645 


200,400 


198,450 


Sewer— Contra-Operating 


18,897 


12,319 


20,150 


20,150 


Operating Transfers Out 










Payments to Capital Reserve Funds: 


4,000 


4,000 


5,000 


5,000 


Miscellaneous 










Municipal Water/Sewer/Electric Dept. 


4,920 


5,658 


6,396 


6,396 


FICA, Retirement & Pension Contributions 


17,000 


20,165 


21,200 


24,120 


Insurance 


38,666 


35,890 


43,000 


42,200 


Unemployment Compensation 


3,000 


1,865 


2,500 


2,000 


Total Appropriations 


1 ,035,529 


1,106,945 


1,195,091 


1,177,761 



16 



Sources of Revenue 



Estimated Actual Selectmen's Estimated 

Revenues Revenues Budget Revenues 

1984 1984 1985 1985 

(1984-85) (1984-85) (1985-86) (1985-86) 



Taxes 

Resident Taxes 

National Bank Stock Taxes 

Yield Taxes 

Interest and Penalties on Taxes 

Intergovernmental Revenues— State 

Shared Revenue— Block Grant 
Highway Block Grant 
Railroad Tax 

State Aid Water Pollution Projects 
Reimb. a/c State-Federal Forest Land 
Other Reimbursements 
Motor Vehicle Fee Transfer 

Intergovernmental Revenues— Federal 

Civil Defense 

Licenses and Permits 

Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 
Dog Licenses 
Business Licenses, 

Permits and Filing Fees 
Marriage License Fee 

Charges for Services 

Income from Departments 
Rent of Town Property 

Miscellaneous Revenues 

Interest on Deposits 
Sale of Town Property 
Int. Checking 

Other Financing Sources 

Income from Water and Sewer Dept. 
Revenue Sharing Fund 

Total Revenues and Credits 



27,850 
10 
1,000 
15,000 



74,776 

36,133 
17 

85,151 
8,357 
2,829 

12,000 



115,000 
1,005 

2,500 
741 



50 
800 



65,000 
500 
17,100 



297,786 
41,558 

1,013,163 



17,730 



8,829 



74,776 



55,218 
8,357 
2,829 

12,000 



142,621 
1,074 

7,421 



37,893 
10,531 

41,558 
420,837 



27,850 
10 
1,000 
8,000 



74,766 

36,133 
17 

85,151 
8,357 
2,829 

12,000 



3,500 



130,000 
1,000 

4,000 
741 



50 
500 



40,000 
10,000 



318,097 
34,510 

798,521 



27,850 
10 
1,000 
8,000 



74,766 

36,133 
17 

85,151 
8,357 
2,829 

12,000 



3,500 



130,000 
1,000 

4,000 
741 



50 
500 



40,000 
10,000 



318,097 
34,510 

798,521 



17 



Statement of Appropriation 

Taxes Assessed for the Tax Year 1984 
Town of Allenstown in Merrimack County, New Hampshire 



PURPOSES OF APPROPRIATIONS 



For Use 
By Town 



$ 



General Government 

Town officers' salaries 
Town officers' expenses 
Election and Registration 

expenses 
Cemeteries 

General Government Buildings 
Reappraisal of property 
Planning and Zoning 
Legal Expenses 
Advertising and Regional 

Association 
Contingency Fund 
Tax Map 
Variance Board 



Public Safety 

Police Department 
Fire Department 
Civil Defense 
Forest Fire 

New Equipment— Highway 
New Equipment— Police 

Highways, Street, Bridges 

Town Maintenance 

General Highway Department 

Expenses 
Street Lighting 

Highway Equipment Expenses 
Town Construction Highway 
Sidewalks 

Sanitation 

Garbage Removal 
Trees 

Surface Water 

Health 

Health Department 
Hospitals and Ambulances 
Animal Control 
Vital Statistics 



24,988 
30,830 

4,000 
150 
15,670 
4,000 
4,000 
2,000 

3,310 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 

96,622 
62,568 
1,300 
2,000 
14,612 
10,981 

73,772 

15,500 
17,000 
19,500 
23,000 
3,200 

53,273 
1,250 
7,500 

7,000 
4,000 
3,625 
180 



Welfare 

General Assistance 34,000 

Old Age Assistance 15,000 

Community Action Program 7,028 

Culture and Recreation 

Library 15,523 

Parks and Recreation 5,400 

Patriotic Purposes 375 

Debt Service 

Principal of Long-Term Bonds 

& Notes 55,000 

Interest Expense— Long-Term 

Bonds & Notes 47,303 

Interest Expense— Tax An- 
ticipation Notes 65,000 

Interest Expense — Other Tem- 
porary Loans (Fire Truck) 4,000 

Principal Short Term Notes 

(Fire Truck) 15,000 

Capital Outlay 

Sewer Contra Plant 1 76,586 

Sewer Contra Operating 18,897 

Operating Transfers Out 

Payments to Capital Reserve 

Funds 4,000 

Miscellaneous 

Municipal Water Department 4,920 
FICA, Retirement & Pension 

Contributions 17,000 

Insurance 38,666 

Unemployment Compensation 3,000 

Total Appropriations $1 ,035,529 



18 



SOURCES OF REVENUE 



For Use 
By Town 



Taxes 

Resident Taxes 27,850 

National Bank Stock Taxes 10 

Yield Taxes 1 ,000 
Interest and Penalties on 

Taxes 15,000 

Intergovernmental Revenues-State 

Shared Revenue-Block Grant 74,776 

Highway Block Grant 36,133 

Railroad Tax 17 
State Aid Water Pollution 

Projects 85,151 
Reimb. a/c State-Federal 

Forest Land 8,357 
Other Reimbursements 

(Recreation Land) 2,829 

Motor Vehicle Fee Transfers 12,000 

Licenses and Permits 

Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 115,000 

Dog Licenses 1,005 
Business Licenses, Permits 

and Filing Fees 2,500 

Marriage License Fees 741 

Charges For Services 

Income From Departments 50 
Rent of Town Property 800 

Miscellaneous Revenues 

Interests on Deposits 65,000 

Sale of Town Property 500 

Checking Account Interest 17,100 

Other Financing Sources 

Income from Water and Sewer 

Departments 297,786 

Revenue Sharing Fund 41,558 

Fund Balance 220,000 



Total Revenues and Credits 



1,013,163 



PROOF OF TAX RATE COMPUTATION 

$40,242,567 x 37.00 = $1,488,975 
Valuation Tax Rate Property Taxes 

to be Raised 

TAX COMMITMENT ANALYSIS 

Property Taxes to be Raised $1,488,975 

TOTAL $1 ,488,975 

Less War Service Credits 23,700 

Total Tax Commitment $1 ,465,275 



TAX RATE BREAKDOWN 

Prior Year 1984 

Tax Rate Approved 

Tax Rates 1983 Tax Rate 



Town 
County 
School Dist. 

Municipal Tax Rate 



11.80 
2.83 
25.86 



40.49 



1.01 
3.41 
32.58 



37.00 



WAR SERVICE TAX CREDITS 
Tax Credits Limits Number Tax Credits 

Totally and per- 
manently disabled 
veterans, their 
spouses or widows, 
and the widows of 
veterans who died or 
where killed on active 
duty. $700 

All other qualified 

persons $50 



Total Number 
and Amount 



8 

362 
370 



5,600 
18,100 



$23,700 



RESIDENT TAXES 
Tax Number Assessed Total Amount Assessed 

$10 2785 $27,850 



TAX RATE COMPUTATION 



Total Town Appropriations $1,035,529 

Total Revenues and Credits 1,013,163 

Net Town Appropriations 22,366 

Net School Tax Assessment(s) 1 ,394,21 1 

County Tax Assessment 145,128 

Total of Town, School and County 1,561,705 
DEDUCT Total Business Profits 

Tax Reimbursement 140,571 

ADD War Service Credits 23,700 

ADD Overlay 44,141 

Property Taxes To Be Raised 1 ,488,975 



19 



State of New Hampshire 
Department of Revenue Administration 

61 South Spring Street, P.O. Box 457 
Concord, 03301 

Selectmen/Allenstown October 11, 1984 

Gentlemen: 

Your Summary Inventory of Property Valuation and Statement of Appropriations have been approved. You 
may proceed with the assessment of 1984 taxes on the basis of the following figures. 

Net Assessed Valuation $40,242,567.00 

Taxes Committed to Collector: 

Town Property Taxes Assessed $1,488,975.00 

Precinct Taxes Assessed 

Total Gross Property Taxes $1,488,975.00 

Less: Est. War Service Tax Credits 23,700.00 

Net Property Tax Commitment* $1,465,275.00 

Tax Rate-Town 37.00 
Precinct 

*The amount of property tax commitment is subject to adjustment by reason of any increase or decrease in War 
Service Tax Credits which may result based on the above approved rate. 

In the event any adjustment was made in the Appropriations Section, we have enclosed a copy of the changes. 
Revenues and Credits have been approved as shown on the enclosed copy of the third page of the Statement 
of Appropriation. 

The net amounts approved for school, county and precincts are indicated below. These amounts are the total 
monies which should be transferred to each of these units of government. 

Net School Appropriations $1,394,211.00 
County Tax Assessment 145,128.00 
Net Precinct Appropriation (1) 

In arriving at the above approved rate the Overlay has been set in the amount of $44,141.00. 

Very truly yours, 

David J. Power, Commissioner 



2(1 



Department of Revenue Administration 



Separate Tax Rates to be Printed on 1984 Tax Bills (RSA 76:ll;ll-a;13) 



Town of Allenstown, New Hampshire 



Unit of Government 



Rate 



Municipal 

County 

School 



1.01 
3.41 
32.58 



Combined Rate 
(Non-Precincts & Single 
School Districts— Town 
or Cities) 



37.00 



Amount of Taxes to be Committed (per official tax rate letter) $1,465,275. 

RSA 76:11 provides for delivery of the list (warrant) to the collector within thirty days of receipt of approval 
of the tax rate unless for good cause the time is extended by the department. The collector shall within thirty 
days after receipt of the warrant from the selectmen (assessors) send out the tax bills unless for good cause the 
time is extended by this department. 

RSA 76:ll-a Information Required. The tax bill which is sent to every person taxed, as provided in section 
II, shall show the rate of municipal, school and county taxes separately, and each bill shall also show the as- 
sessed valuation of all lands and buildings for which said person is being taxed. The 1984 rate breakdown reflects 
a proportionate share of the Reimbursement a/c Property Exempted by 1970 Special Session for each unit of 
government. 

RSA 76:13 provides that interest at 12% per annum shall be charged upon all taxes except resident taxes not 
paid on or before Dec. 1, except that in the case where a tax bill was sent to a taxpayer on or after November 
2 and before April 1st, interest shall not be charged until 30 days after the bills are mailed. The collector shall 
state on the bill the date from which interest will be charged. 

The tax bill which you mail must contain the date from which interest will be charged and this date is deter- 
mined by the date you send the last bill on the list committed to you. RSA 76:13 also requires that you notify 
this department in writing of the date on which you send the last bill. There is enclosed a form for this purpose. 



Department of Revenue Administration 
David J. Power, Commissioner 



21 



Summary Inventory of Valuation 

Town of Allenstown in Merrimack County, New Hampshire 



1984 

Valuation 

Value of land under CURRENT USE $ 6,831,333 

BUILDINGS 28,570,040 

PUBLIC UTILITIES 

Gas 136,000 

Electric 801,240 

MANUFACTURED HOUSING Assessed as Real Property 4,975,310 

TOTAL VALUATION BEFORE EXEMPTIONS ALLOWED $41,313,923 

Blind Exemption $ 42,600 

Elderly Exemption 1,009,330 

NET VALUATION ON WHICH THE TAX RATE IS COMPUTED $40,242,567 



Utility Summary Current Use Report 

Name of Company Gas Electric No. of Owners No. of Acres 

Teneco, Inc. 36,000 FARM LAND 4 85 

Concord Natural Gas 100,000 FOREST LAND 13 604 

Concord Electric 15,000 WILD LAND 

Public Service Co. of N.H. 751,240 y Unproductive 24 1,040.2 

N.H. Electric Co-op 35,000 2 ) Productive 20 1,064.5 

TOTAL 136,000 801,240 WET LAND 5 66.6 

, - , . Total Number of Individual Property 

Elderly Exemption Count owners in current use 51 

Number of Individuals Applying 96 at 5,000 Total Number of Acres Exempted 

for an Elderly Exemption 1984 32 at 10,000 under Current Use 2,861.3 

11 at 20,000 

Number of Individuals Granted 96 at 5,000 
an Elderly Exemption 1984 32 at 10,000 

11 at 20,000 



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Schedule of Town Property 
As of December 31, 1984— June 30, 1985 

(Give value on basis of cost. If no records have been kept, make careful inventory and appraisal of all property 

belonging to the Town.) 



Description 


Value 


Town Hall, Lands and Buildings 


54,550 


Furniture and Equipment 


10,000 


Libraries, Lands and Buildings 


42,150 


Furniture and Equipment 


10,000 


Police Department, Lands and Buildings 




Equipment 


25,000 


Fire Department, Lands and Buildings 


60,000 


Equipment 


75,000 


Highway Department, Lands and Buildings 


20,000 


Equipment 


40,000 


Materials and Supplies 


6,000 


Parks, Commons and Playgrounds 


2,000 


Sewer Plant & Facilities, if owned by Town 


4,800,000 


Schools, Lands and Buildings, Equipment 


850,640 


Total 


$5,995,340 



Report of Trust and Capital Reserve Funds 
Town of Allenstown 
December 31, 1984 



Principal 



Income 



Date 



Balance New Balance Balance 



of 

Creation Name of Trust Fund 


Purpose of 
Trust Fund 


How Invested 


Beginning Funds 
Year Created 


End 
Year 


Beginning During 
Year Year 


3/12/23 Evans Fund 


Cemetery 


2-02404-4 


275 


275 


384.63 


32.61 


6/14/34 Catherine S. Bates 


Cemetery 


2-05233-0 


100 


100 


101.89 


29.62 


4/14/34 Peter Donahue 


Cemetery 


2-05234-8 


50 


50 


133.31 


10.83 


5/10/46 John Hill 


Cemetery 


2-06810-4 


200 


200 


612.66 


47.30 


10/17/41 Jane Harris 


Cemetery 


2-07260-9 


100 


100 


215.69 


18.63 


12/13/54 Louise Evans 


Cemetery 


2-1 2979-1 


150 


150 


197.02 


20.48 


8/1/78 Albert Michaux 


Cemetery 


2-29173-2 


400 


400 


143.10 


32.05 


2/10/58 Emanuel LaBrecque 


Cemetery 


2-14978-5 


100 


100 


23.31 


7.28 


12/31/64 Capital Reserve 


Town Equipment 


2-18809-2 


2,298.34 4,000 


6,298.34 


2,298.34 


314.82 



Income Balance 
End 
Year 



423.58 
131.51 
144.14 
660.13 
234.32 
217.50 
175.15 
30.59 



23 



Allenstown — Treasurer's Report 



Edward Cyr, Town Clerk 
Jacqueline Nadeau, Tax Collector 
STATE OF N.H.: 
Highway Block Grant 
Shared Revenues 
Railroad Tax 

Reimbursement State federal land 
Reimbursement Recreational Prop. 
State Grant Water Pollution 
Princ State Project Fund 
Refund Emergency Adm FV 1983 
Refund TRA 

Refund Road Toll Gas Highway Dept. 
Refund Civil Defense 
Municipal Sepc. Dividend 



145,599.25 
1,802,180.61 



36,121.93 
107,673.70 
17.30 
9,918.11 
4,310.89 
45,300.33 
32,759.00 
100.00 
11.30 
150.50 
1 ,330.00 
93.00 

Total State of N.H. 



237,786.06 



TOWN OF ALLENSTOWN 
Refund Welfare 
Sale Town Equipment 
Sale 1981 Cruiser 
Community Action Rent 
Permit Video Games 
Sale of Land 

Flea Market & yard sale permits 
Animal Control Board of dogs 
Community Action Refund Cleaning 
Timber Tax Security Deposits 
Building Permits 
Refund Forestry Dept. 
Sale of Checklist 
Suncook Valley Disposal Refund 
Law Office Cullity & Kelley 
Social Sec. Refund 
Zoning Books 
Permit Printing Shop 
Rf VFW 

Equity Pub. Co. 
Memphis Equip. 
Town of Pembroke Refund 
Insurance Refund Home Ins 
Insurance Refund Home Ins 
Massiello Ins. Prem. Refund 
Parking Tickets, Police Dept. 
Insurance accident reports Police Dept. 
Reimbursement Allenstown Library Soc. Sec. Wh. Tax 
Reimbursement Allenstown Sewer Comm. BC&BS 
Interest Checking Account 
Interest CD. 
Temporary Loans 
Suncook Bank Refund 
Revenut Sharing 



Auto Accident Police Cruiser 
Auto Accident Police Cruiser 



2,725.00 
150.00 
697.50 
500.00 
420.00 
2,332.92 
50.00 
50.00 
180.00 
3,629.50 
2,230.00 
9.40 
57.24 
35.68 
153.60 
182.30 
2.50 
10.00 
386.26 
18.75 
16.14 
738.00 
1,116.17 
411.17 
737.00 
805.00 
35.00 
1,018.58 
4,671.70 
10,956.48 
22,301.38 
1 ,000,000.00 
358.78 
41,558.00 

Total receipts 
Expenses 

Balance December 31, 1984 



3,412,998.57 
2,646,062.72 

766,935.85 



24 



REVENUE SHARING FUNDS 



Balance Jan. 1, 1984 
Received 

Interest 

Expended 1984 
Balance Dec. 31, 1984 



33,999.06 
29,584.00 

63,583.06 
2,286.14 

41,558.00 

24,311.20 

Catherine Valley 
Treasurer 



25 



Tax Collector's Report 
Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1984 (June 30, 1985) 

Town of Allenstown 

— DR. — 



Levies Of: 



Uncollected Taxes- 
Beginning of Fiscal Year 1985 1984 1983 Prior 

Property Taxes $454,736.56 $ -0- 

Resident Taxes 8,030.00 5,120.00 

Yield Taxes -0- 959.08 

Sewer Rents 31,428.89 -0- 

Taxes Committed To Collector: 

Property Taxes $-0- $1,477,800.07 $ -0- $ -0- 

Resident Taxes - - 27,290.00 - - - - 

Yield Taxes - - 3,485.48 - - - - 

Sewer Rents -0- 97,073.60 -0- -0- 

Added Taxes: 

Property Taxes - - 235.00 - - - - 

Resident Taxes - - 820.00 620.00 - - 

Overpayments: 

a/c Property Taxes - - 53.08 - - - - 

Interest Collected on Delinquent 

Property Taxes: -0- 297.56 25,726.07 

Sewer Interest 112.07 462.28 

Penalties Collected on Resident Taxes . - - 83.00 385.20 6.00 

TOTAL DEBITS $-0- $1,607,249.86 $521,389.00 $6,085.08 



-CR. — 

Remittances To Treasurer 



During Fiscal Year: 



Property Taxes 


-0- 


$1,110,274.14 


$452,019.96 $ 


-0- 


Resident Taxes 


-0- 


18,350.00 


4,200.00 


60.00 


Sewer Rents 


-0- 


69,082.47 


31 ,359.54 


-0- 


Interest Collected During Year 


-0- 


297.56 


25,726.07 


-0- 


Penalties on Resident Taxes 


-0- 


83.00 


385.20 


6.00 


Sewer Interest 


-0- 


112.07 


462.28 


-0- 


Discounts Allowed 


-0- 


7,717.37 


8.62 


-0- 


Abatements Made During Year: 










Property Taxes 


-0- 


6,323.15 


2,707.98 


-0- 


Resident Taxes 


-0- 


1 ,670.00 


150.00 


-0- 


Sewer Rents 


-0- 


6.70 


69.35 


-0- 


Uncollected Taxes— End of Fiscal Year: 










(As per collector's list) 










Property Taxes 


-0- 


353,773.49 


-0- 


-0- 


Resident Taxes 


-0- 


8,090.00 


4,300.00 


5,060.00 


Sewer Rents 


-0- 


27,984.43 


-0- 


-0- 




-0- 


3,485.48 


-0- 


959.08 


TOTAL CREDITS 


-0- 


1 ,607,249.86 


521,389.00 


6,085.08 



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Summary of Tax Sales Accounts 
Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1984 (June 30, 1985) 

Town of Allenstown 

— DR. — 

Tax Sales on Account of Levies Of 

Previous 





1984 


1983 


1982 


Years 


Balance of Unredeemed Taxes- 










Beginning Fiscal Year* 






$118,588.37 


$ 84,652.71 


Taxes Sold To Town During Current Fiscal 










Year** 


-0- 


227,857.37 


-0- 


-0- 


Interest Collected After Sale 


-0- 


1,505.19 


3,177.75 


26,320.59 


Redemption Costs 


-0- 


-0- 


-0- 


-0- 


TOTAL DEBITS 


$- - 


$229,362.56 


$121,766.12 


$110,973.30 




— CR. — 








Remittances to Treasurer During Year: 










Redemptions 


$-0 - 


$ 80,432.97 


$ 41,370.69 


$ 81,497.43 


Interest & Costs After Sale 


-0 - 


1,505.19 


3,177.75 


26,320.59 


Abatements During Year 


- - 


1,970.32 


2,021.06 


2,707.82 


Deeded To Town During Year 


-0- 


-0- 


-0 - 


-0- 


Unredeemed Taxes— End of Fiscal Year 


-0 - 


145,454.08 


75,196.62 


447.46 


Unremitted Cash 


-0- 


-0- 


-0- 


-0- 


TOTAL CREDITS 


$- - 


$229,362.56 


$121,766.12 


$110,973.30 



*These sums represent the total of Unredeemed Taxes, as of January 1, 1984 from Tax Sales held in Previous 
Fiscal Years. 

**Amount of Tax Sale(s) held during current fiscal year, including total amount of taxes, interest and costs to 
date of sale(s). 



Town Clerk's Report 

December 31, 1984 

Board of Selectmen 
Library Street 

Allenstown, New Hampshire 03275 

The following is a breakdown of monies collected by the Town Clerk: 

Auto Permits 
Dog Fees (Net) 
Election Fees 
Marriage Licenses 
Dog Nuisance 

Total Due to the Town 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Edward R. Cyr, 
Allenstown Town Clerk 



$143,895.00 
1,050.75 
32.00 
507.00 
115.00 

$145,599.75 



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Detailed 



Statement 



of Expenditures 



TOWN OFFICERS SALARIES: 

Total $27,310.28 

TOWN OFFICERS EXPENSES: 

Payroll 9,431 .00 

TAX COLLECTOR EXPENSES: 

Suncook Bank, Postage 540.20 

Brown & Saltmarsh 60.00 

Tax Collector Assoc. Dues 15.00 

Merrimack Cty. Reg. Deeds 341.00 

Suncook Postmaster 176.70 

Von Ohlsen Assoc. 1 ,544.93 

Total Tax Collector 2,677.83 

Carrie Plodski, Sanderson, Audit 6,000.00 

Town Line Printing— Town Report 5,075.00 

Suncook Bank— Postage 624.43 

Suncook Postmaster— Postage 1,363.25 

COPIER SUPPLIES: 

Offtech 405.41 

Town Line Printing 52.25 

Taft Business 29.10 

COMPUTER PROCESSING: 

Von Ohlsen Associates 3,114.62 

OFFICE SUPPLIES: 

Brown & Saltmarsh 61.67 

MidState Office Equipment 110.00 

Town Line Printing 64.50 

Bank of N.H. (Gosselin) 12.42 

MISCELLANEOUS: 

Pauline Adinolfo, 

Expenses 3 delegate to Conv. 50.00 

Checkwriter 577.40 

IRS 34.04 

Johnson Flower Shop 30.00 

Monitor Pub. Co. 12.38 

NATAT— Dues 25.00 

N.H. Assoc. of Assessing 20.00 

N.H. Municipal Assoc.— dues 788.47 

N.H. Municipal Assoc.— Sec. dues 10.00 
N.H. Municipal Assoc. — 

Attend Convention (3) 138.00 

N.H. Resource & Recovery— dues 44.13 

Union Leader 145.80 



TOWN CLERK EXPENSES: 

Branham Pub. 11.15 

Brown & Saltmarsh 304.90 

Ed. R. Cyr, Convention 298.46 

Mar-Don Printing 20.95 

N.H. City & Town Clerk Assoc. 12.00 

State Treas. 133.00 

Suncook Postmaster 100.00 

Total Town Clerk Expenses 880.46 

TOTAL OFFICERS EXPENSES $31,777.16 

ELECTION EXPENSES: 

PAYROLL EXPENSES 2,044.07 

Busy Bee 33.80 

Mike Chroniak, Janitor 10.00 

Fay's Restaurant 176.08 

Gaylord's 47.15 

J. Letendre 15.00 

Monique's Restaurant 135.56 

Suncook House of Pizza 20.00 

Allenstown Elementary School 25.00 

Sue St. Germain 50.00 

Town Line Printing 165.00 

Union Leader 17.82 

Catherine Valley 5.00 

Bank of N.H. 16.99 

Von Ohlsen Assoc. 1,019.41 

W.E. Aubuchon .69 

Total $ 3,781.57 

TOWN HALL EXPENSES: 

Payroll (Arthur Proulx) 2,183.90 

Pembroke Water Works 168.95 

Tax Collector, Sewer 133.90 

Fred. W. Saltmarsh & Son (Oil) 5,989.00 

Public Service of N.H. 1,343.04 

New England Telephone 683.24 

ABC Glass 30.00 

W.E. Aubuchon 26.17 

Barrett Paving 51.00 

Richard Bilodeau 15.00 

Phil Dandurand 1.80 

S. Desrosiers— Air Conditioner 125.00 

Johnson Flower Shop— Trees 52.50 

A.L McDonnell 381.76 



2S 



Treas. State of N.H. 


40.00 


Donald Peloquin 


30.00 


Rudy Plourde 


126.00 


Fred W. Saltmarsh— Furnace repairs 


100.15 


Simplex 


372.00 


State Roofing 


1 ,890.00 


E. Vallee 


552.00 


VM Son Plumbing 


15.00 


W.E. Aubuchon 


125.15 


Rochester Germicide 


196.70 


Star Market 


8.55 


Steenbeke's 


.45 


Aubrey Viar 


23.38 


Bank of N.H. 


59.51 


Michael Annis 


28.00 


Richard Bilodeau 


OO Art 

28.00 


Walt Gelinas & Sons 


550.00 


Rudy Plourde 


46.00 


Dnan naymonu 




Total Town Hall Expenses 


15,558.15 


DCADDDAICAI rtr DDftDCDTVi 

REAPPRAISAL Or PROPERTY: 




Marie Adinolfo 


82.00 


Horizon Assoc. 


2,000.00 


i own Lint! nnnuny 


1 1 oe: nn 


Total 


3,207.00 


POLICE DEPARTMENT: 




Payroll Expenses 


79,101.98 


AAA Police Supply & Clothing 


540.23 


Ben's Uniform 


51.00 


Idea Consultant 


253.90 


Morey's Uniform 


771 .49 


TBA Police Dist. 


32.50 


Chris Warn 


103.60 


Grappone Ford— New Cruiser 


11,194.12 


Town of Hooksett— Communication 


5,568.00 


Town of Hooksett — Juvenile Officer 


3,746.50 


AAA Police Supply 


56.00 


W.E. Aubuchon 


3.37 


Brown & Saltmarsh 


165.89 


Concord Monitor 


27.00 


Phil Dandurand 


14.70 


Equity Publishing 


62.50 


Exec. Visual 


31.50 


IBM Corp. 


8.70 


Law Enforcement 


32.90 


Mid State Office Equipment 


94.00 


Treas. State of N.H. 


40.00 


Offtech 


14.55 


Taft Business Mach. 


29.10 


G.A. Thompson 


85.50 


Tom Ray Office Supply 


123.37 


Town Line Printing 


284.00 



Bank of N.H. 684.24 

VM Martin Plumbing 61.38 

W.E. Aubuchon 66.69 

Henry Baker 18.20 

Frank Veliveau 20.00 

Brown & Saltmarsh 6.20 

Elliott Hosp. 31.00 

Concord Hospital 75.00 

M.J. Kelly 40.00 

Treas. State of N.H. 34.50 

Riley's Sport Shop 516.70 

C. Robertson 35.75 

Town Line Printing 126.00 

Union Leader 98.40 

Huckins Oil Co. 6,036.90 

Kimball's Store 21.30 

Art's Service 1,789.52 

Bob's Citgo 2,860.17 

Hooksett Auto Supply 128.60 

Interstate Securities 1,063.20 

Roy Nedeau 950.00 

Robbins A.P. 206.00 

Sanel Auto Parts 54.58 

State Motors 7.50 

Tab Distributors 471.80 

Terbak Service 47.00 

Tires Inc. 658.80 

Branham Publishing 33.15 

Equity Publishing 278.45 

N.H. Assoc. of Police Chiefs 10.00 

Idea Consultant 52.35 

N.E. Telephone 2,421.60 

Treas. State of N.H. 40.60 

Rose Rice 21 .50 

Skymaster Antenna 45.00 

Wright Communication 153.02 

Total Police Department $122,969.58 

FIRE DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES: 

Payroll Expenses 14,603.20 

Richard Averill 5.00 

Capital AM A 100.00 

Cyr Rogers Ins. 269.50 

N.H. Firefighters Assoc. 170.00 

National Fire 102.10 

Heaton Publishing 58.50 

Roger Letendre 125.00 

Treas. State of N.H. 40.00 

Fire Fighters Assoc. 139.01 

Fire Training Com. 30.00 

The Fire Barn 388.50 

General Electric 2,696.00 

Motorola 608.80 

A&G Electric 22.50 



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Ron Adinolfo 


597.50 


Allenstown Fire Fighter Assoc. 


36.02 


W.E. Aubuchon 


422.33 


Automotive Customizing 


80.00 


Rob. Bergeron 


165.00 


Bi-Wise Market 


125.73 


Chantily's 


5.25 


Robert D. Chevrette 


1,298.00 


Robert R. Chevrette 


700.50 


Chevrette, Mark 


487.50 


Chevrette, Mike 


1,646.00 


Max Cohen 


8.00 


Walt Gelinas 


4,000.00 


St. John Church 


125.00 


Roger Letendre 


9.58 


Merriam Graves 


42.74 


Treas. State of N.H. 


209.35 


Manchester Oxygen 


10.75 


Pambro Sales 


24.75 


Donald Peloquin 


110.00 


Penn Hampshire 


74.41 


Ralph Pill 


595.47 


Suncook House of Pizza 


32.48 


Steenbeke's 


15.26 


Taylor Rental 


118.72 


Tom-Ray Office Supply 


28.22 


Bank of N.H. 


37.22 


Dean Wilber's 


5.00 


A.G. Electric 


88.06 


ABC Glass 


200.00 


Adams Lock 


43.70 


B&B Wood Prod. 


93.60 


Robert Bergeron 


449.18 


William Briggs 


80.00 


Bob D. Chevrette 


188.00 


Bob R. Chevrette 


62.50 


Mark Chevrette 


20.00 


Mike Chevrette 


172.00 


Epsom Redi Mix 


645.00 


Max Cohen 


762.46 


Fire Fighter Assoc. 


80.66 


Walter Gelinas 


400.00 


Goffstown Auto Parts 


11.56 


Grossman's 


1 ,054.50 


Home Styler 


62.00 


Mast Rd. Bldg. 


8,964.10 


Merrivale Enterprises 


2,500.00 


Ralph Pill 


1,525.41 


Pizza House 


10.49 


Plourde Sand & Gravel 


305.50 


Quality Forms 


4,000.00 


Tom Roberts, Plumbing 


533.48 


Seaman Supply 


63.66 


Steenbeke's & Sons 


2,215.40 



St. Martin's Siding 


4,260.00 


Taylor Rental 


236.38 


W.E. Aubuchon 


44.60 


Bob's Citgo 


98.00 


Concord Fire Extinguishers 


13.00 


Phil Dandurand 


22.10 


Fire Service Inst, of N.H. 


49.13 


GAP 


25.82 


Grappone, Inc. 


87.00 


Great Bay Fire Supplies 


152.15 


Greenland Corp. 


16.00 


Hooksett Auto Parts 


359.10 


Interstate Sec. Systems 


102.00 


Leblanc Service 


423.75 


Merrill Radiator Inc. 


37.52 


Merriam Graves 


20.16 


R. & L. Service 


258.10 


Sanel Auto Parts 


9.21 


Suncook Diesel 


65.75 


Wright Communication 


373.13 


W.E. Aubuchon 


40.76 


Boston Coupling 


72.97 


Concord Fire Ext. 


8.00 


Hooksett Exxon 


18.00 


Goffstown Auto Parts 


60.56 


Hooksett Auto Parts 


35.70 


Mack Sales 


43.12 


McDevitt GMC 


56.20 


Merriam Graves 


52.06 


Manchester Oxygen 


11.00 


Pambro Sales 


11.06 


R. & L. Service 


392.35 


R.B. Allen 


120.00 


Sanel A.P. 


76.00 


Wright Communication 


258.63 


Keene Med. Products 


427.00 


Manchester Red Cross 


46.50 


W.E. Aubuchon 


45.10 


Fred W. Saltmarsh Oil 


2,014.73 


Public Service 


1 ,800.83 


N.E. Telephone 


956.88 


Allenstown Tax Collector 


39.85 


Pembroke Water Works 


75.50 


Capital Area Mutual Aid Compact — 




Dispatch 


3,661.00 


Capita! Area Mutual Aid Compact- 




Supplies 


48.60 


Merriam Graves 


32.16 


Idea Consultant 


52.35 


Omni Service 


79.26 


R.B. Allen 


99.60 


Whelen Engineering 


50.00 


Agway Product 


473.34 


Huckins Oil 


528.17 


Total Fire Department 


73,263.73 



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FOREST FIRE EXPENSES: 

Payroll Fighting Forest Fires 2,105.85 

Allenstown Firefighter Assoc. 15.20 

Bob's Citgo 14.00 

Burpee Auto Sales 50.00 

Goffstown Auto Parts 52.18 

Hooksett Auto Parts 25.25 

Huckins Oil 335.35 

Wright Communications 65.90 

Total Forest Fires 2,663.73 

CARE OF TREES EXPENSE: 

Briggs Enterprise 650.00 

Clarke Tree Service 500.00 

Total Expenses 1,150.00 

PLANNING & ZONING EXPENSES: 

Dennis Fowler 62.50 

Robert Girard 4.65 

Pat Manseau 6.20 

Monitor Publication 12.38 

N.H. Municipal Association 143.00 

Suncook, Postmaster 4.65 

Town Line Printing 1 ,335.00 

Total 1 ,568.38 

ANIMAL CONTROL EXPENSES: 

Roger Bilodeau, Payroll 1,270.00 

American Fence 825.00 

W.E. Aubuchon 29.43 

Roger Bilodeau— Supplies 203.96 

Mike Chroniak 15.00 

Hooksett Vet Clinic 320.00 

Huckins Oil 467.50 

Kimball's 127.25 

Morey's Uniform 8.50 

Treas. State of N.H. — Kennel license 50.00 

N.H. Animal Rescue— dues 25.00 

SPCA 5.00 

Terbak Services 218.00 

Treas. Humane Society 15.00 

H.K. Webster 239.09 

Wheeler & Clark 46.09 

Total Animal Control 3,864.82 

INSURANCE EXPENSES: 

N.H. Municipal Unemployment 

Comp. Fund 2,030.62 
N.H. Municipal Workmen's 

Comp. Fund 11,562.00 

Davis & Towle Ins. 3,548.62 

Blue Cross-Blue Shield 5,292.39 

Massiello Ins. Agency 10,755.22 
N.H. MM Trust Worker 

Comp. Pr. Yr. audit 4,195.00 

Total Insurance 37,755.43 



CIVIL DEFENSE EXPENSES: 

Payroll 1,155.00 

ABC Glass 172.43 

RB Allen 36.71 

W.E. Aubuchon Co. 149.23 

Bob's Citgo 228.00 

Max Cohen 194.34 

L. Duperron 300.00 

Walt Gelinas & Sons 1,277.00 

Hooksett Auto Supply 24.45 

Huckins Oil Co. 251.94 

Letendre, Chet 400.00 

Jeanne Letendre 200.00 

Motorola 544.00 
Treas. State of N.H. —Distributing 

Agency 982.49 

Prevue Product 133.64 

Tom Roberts 1,883.74 

Sanel Auto Parts 32.25 

Steenbeke's & Sons 3,185.85 

Sullivan Tires 237.76 

Taylor Rental 165.02 

Tom Ray Office Equipment 65.78 

Towle Paving 700.00 

Total 12,319.63 
HEALTH: 

N.H. Visiting Nurse Assoc. 

(1984—6,000.00) 13,500.00 
Tri Town Ambulance (1985—7,500.0 0) 5,000.00 

Total 18,500.00 
VITAL STATISTICS: 

State of N.H. Marriage License Fees 533.00 

Ed R. Cyr 147.00 

TOWN DUMP AND GARBAGE REMOVAL: 

Payroll Expense 5,210.48 

B&B Contractors— Bulldoze dump 400.00 

Ben Bailey 300.00 

City of Concord 33,891.84 

John Currier 120.00 

Monitor Publishing 36.30 

Plourde Sand & Gravel 244.08 

Suncook Valley Disposal 15,059.96 

Union Leader Corp. 88.83 

Total Expenditures 55,396.96 
TOWN MAINTENANCE: 

Payroll Expense 71,946.40 

B.H. Curley 757.31 

Rick Harkness 230.00 

H.K.Webster 231.40 

Granite State Miner— salt 2,528.71 

International Salt 2,237.53 

Sterling Salt 482.04 



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Rick Bilodeau 40.00 

Walt Gelinas & Sons 2,750.00 

Robert Hemeon 773.50 

Nick Isia 180.00 

Don Peloquin 240.00 

Murray Tasker 320.00 

Total Town Maintenance 88,527.55 
STREET LIGHTING: 

Public Service of N.H. 17,921.09 

GENERAL EXPENSE OF HIGHWAY: 

Concord Answering Service 300.00 

Public Service of N.H. 1,232.57 

New England Telephone 828.64 

F.W. Saltmarsh & Son 532.95 

A.B.C. Glass 110.00 

W.E. Aubuchon 205.64 

Barrett Paving 70.00 

Cohen Machine 16.00 

Curtis Industries 51.12 

W.T. Fitzgerald 750.00 

A.E. Fleury 424.00 

Gilbert Inc. 97.78 

Goffstown Auto 14.97 

McDevitt GMC 18.00 

Merrivale Enterprises 265.00 

Treas. State of N.H. 10.00 

Shepard Auto Sales 115.60 

Steenbeke's & Son 246.60 

Terbak Services 89.80 

Zep Mfg. 119.00 

W.E. Aubuchon 626.94 

J. Benninghove 28.00 

Bi-Wise Market 99.70 

Chroniak's 25.00 

Curtis Ind. 33.93 

Epsom Auto Body 53.00 

Greenlands 54.00 

Normand Hamel 30.00 

John Harty 19.00 

R.C. Hazelton 139.34 

Huckins Oil 6.95 

Hooksett Vet 65.00 

Interstate Restaurant Equipment 11.76 

Lamont Labs 197.00 

Lawson Products 132.67 

Merriam Graves 247.40 

Rita Nedeau 27.00 

Treas. State N.H. Distr. Agency 124.50 

N.H. Traffic Div. 27.20 

N.H. Water Pollution 30.00 

Manchester Oxygen 94.48 

Plourde Sand & Gravel 92.10 

Share Corp. 442.29 

Steenbeke's 54.99 

Bank of N.H. 27.27 



Wright Communication 65.25 

Zee Medical Supplies 201.40 

Zep Mfg. 99.58 

Huckins Oil 533.84 

Manchester Oxygen 1 , 1 54.68 

F.W. Saltmarsh 1,199.32 

Barrett Paving 3,216.17 

Plourde Sand 75.60 

Payroll 64.00 

Total General Highway Expenses 15,011.99 

HIGHWAY EQUIPMENT EXPENSE: 

Bob's Citgo— Gas 21.00 
Eddie's Service Station— Gas 432.15 
Huckins Oil Co.— Gas 6,599.76 
ABC Glass— Truck Repair & Parts 54.00 
Barrett Equipment— Truck Repair & Parts 542.29 
Bob's Citgo— Truck Repair & Parts 228.50 
Casey/Dupuis — Truck Repair & Parts 168.70 
Suncook Diesel— Truck Repair & Parts 108.20 
Ed's Carburetor— Truck Repair & Parts 140.00 
N.H. Explosives— Truck Repair & Parts 1,126.46 
H.P. Fairfield— Truck Repair & Parts 542.27 
Albert E. Fleury— Truck Repair & Parts 2,938.00 
Gilbert Ins.— Truck Repair & Parts 78.62 
Goffstown Auto Parts- 
Truck Repair & Parts 567.29 
John Grappone— Truck Repair & Parts 29.66 
Greenlands— Truck Repair & Parts 20.60 
R.C. Hazelton 129.85 
Hewitt Auto Parts 181.36 
Hooksett Auto Parts 1 ,469.85 
John's Truck Service 3,267.64 
Lawson Prod. 63.65 
McDevitt GMC 41.61 
Memphis Equipment 32.28 
Merrill's Radiator 19.50 
Roy Nedeau 1,615.00 
Rita Nedeau 27.00 
Treas. State of N.H. 450.00 
Palmer Springs 381.01 
Patsy's Garage 512.11 
E.J. Prescott 162.63 
Ralph Truck 535.00 
Robbins Auto Parts 1 ,099.78 
Russell Auto Parts 769.05 
Sanel Auto Parts 2,174.77 
Shepard Auto Parts 105.66 
E.W. Sleeper 43.41 
Sullivan Tires 312.59 
ABC Glass 174.73 
Barrett Equipment 31.38 
Jos. Benninghove 15.00 
Bob's Citgo 69.80 
Casey & Dupuis 161.50 
B&B Chain 340.85 
Mike Clayton 136.23 



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Suncook Diesel 37.50 

Donovan Springs 782.66 

N.H. Explosives 156.58 

HP. Fairfield 472.39 

John Grappone 255.90 

A.E. Fleury 152.00 

Greenland Corp. 53.65 

Hooksett Auto Parts 226.67 

Merrill Radiator 433.00 

Roy Nedeau 855.00 

Robbins Auto Parts 205.60 

Ronson 239.20 

Sanel's Auto Parts 217.89 

E.W. Sleeper 157.61 

Steenbeke's & Son 37.36 

Still's Nursery 18.80 

Sullivan Tires 845.68 

Wright Communication 117.25 

Total Equipment Expenses 33,185.58 
SURFACE WATER: 

Walter Gelinas & Sons 3,336.75 

National Fence 150.00 

Total Surface Water 3,486.75 

NEW EQUIPMENT: 

McDevitt GMC— Hwy. Truck 14,612.00 

State of N.H. —Plow 100.00 

Total 14,712.00 
OLD AGE ASSISTANCE: 

Treas. State of N.H. 14,672.76 

LIBRARY: 15,523.00 
WELFARE: 

Food 4,571 .42 

Rent 20,734.86 

Electricity 8,983.19 

Heat 2,188.47 

Juveniles 15,330.71 

Telephone 77.02 

Medical 1,385.19 

Misc. Charges 4,208.18 

Total Welfare 57,597.94 



LEGAL EXPENSES: 

Richard Therrien 2,860.00 

TAXES BOUGHT BY TOWN 227,857.37 

PROPERTY TAX DISCOUNT 17.39 

PROPERT TAX ABATED 173.43 
PROPERTY TAX 

OVERPAYMENT REFUND 904.17 
MOTOR VEHICLES PERMIT REFUND 333.00 

DOG LICENSE REFUNDED 10.00 
EMPLOYEES SOC. SEC. 

TOWN SHARE 11,265.66 
EMPLOYEES POLICE RET. 

TOWN SHARE 8,899.31 

VARIANCE BOARD: 

Equity Publishing 86.25 

Pat Manseau 4.65 

Monitor Publishing 35.38 

Total 126.28 
CONTINGENCY: 

Pauline Adinolfo— Attend Meetings 100.00 

Gerard Bourcier— Attend Meetings 100.00 

Donald Chaput— Attend Meetings 100.00 

Gabriel Daneault— Attend Meetings 100.00 

Cahterine Valley— Attend Meetings 100.00 

Total 500.00 

Community Action Program 7,028.00 

Interest Anticipation Notes 56,161.55 

Interest Sewer Bonds 47,302.50 

Interest Fire Truck Note 2,250.00 
Principal Tax Ant. Notes 1 ,000,000.00 

Principal Fire Truck Note 11,312.55 

Principal Bonded Note 55,000.00 

TOWN CONSTRUCTION HIGHWAY: 

B&B Contractor 280.00 

Barrett Paving 943.95 

Kruger Const. 605.00 

Monitor Pub. 12.38 

Sanel Auto Parts 33.75 

Stanley & Son 14,000.00 

Total 15,875.08 



MEMORIAL DAY: 

J.J. Maguire Post American Legion 

MUNICIPAL WATER: 

Pembroke Water Works— Hydrants 

CEMETERIES: 

Aubuchon 

Roger Courtemache 

Total 



375.00 



5,658.00 



5.68 
140.68 

145.68 



SIDEWALK CONSTRUCTION: 

Barrett Paving 1,107.71 

Capital Reserve Fund— Suncook Bank 4,000.00 
County Tax 145,128.00 



School District 1984-85 
School District 1983-84 



640,000.00 
719,364.87 



Total Payments 



3,651,769.61 



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Carri • Plodzik • Sanderson 



accountants & auditors 
193 North Main Street 
Concord, New Hampshire 03301 
Telephone: 603-225-6996 

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

We have examined the combined financial statements and the combining fund and account group financial 
statements of the Town of Allenstown, New Hampshire as of and for the year ended December 31, 1983, as 
listed in the table of contents. Our examination was made in accordance with generally accepted auditing stan- 
dards and, accordingly, included such tests of the accounting records and such other auditing procedures as 
we considered necessary in the circumstances. 

As described in Note IB, the combined financial statements referred to above do not include financial statements 
of the General Fixed Asset Group of Accounts which should be included to conform with generally accepted 
accounting principles. 

In our opinion, except that ommission of the General Fixed Asset Group of Accounts results in an incomplete 
presentation, as explained in the second paragraph, the combined financial statements and the combining fund 
and account group financial statements referred to above present fairly the financial position of the Town of 
Allenstown, New Hampshire at December 31, 1983, and the results of its operations for the year then ended, 
in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles applied on a basis consistent with that or the preceding 
year. 

Our examination was made for the purpose of forming an opinion on the combined financial statements taken 
as a whole and on the combining fund and account group financial statements. The accompanying financial in- 
formation listed as supplemental schedules in the table of contents is presented for purposes of additional analysis 
and is not a required part of the combined financial statements of the Town of Allenstown, New Hampshire. 
The information has been subjected to the auditing procedures applied in the examination of the combined, com- 
bining fund and account group financial statements and, in our opinion, is fairly stated in all material respects 
in relation to the combined financial statements taken as a whole. 

April 17, 1984 Carri • Plodzik • Sanderson 



34 



Allenstown Sewer Commission 



To: Citizens of the Town of Allenstown 
From: Board of Sewer Commissioners 

The Board of Sewer Commissioners are pleased to submit their reports of the operation and maintenance of 
the Wastewater Plant and the Town Sewer System for 1984. 

We are happy to report that we were able to decrease our sewer rate by .15 this past year and at this time 
we do not project an increase. 

We would like to take this opportunity to inform you that our Treatment Plant has been experiencing a grease 
problem which is extremely detrimental and costly to our operation. For this reason we ask everyone to refrain 
from putting cooking grease into the sewer system and thank you for your cooperation in this matter. 

During the past year our operational and maintenance costs have been shared with Pembroke at a rate of 51.24% 
share Allenstown and a 48.76% share for Pembroke. 

Our Sewer Commission meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month and your Sewer Commission 
welcomes your attendance. Thank you for your continued support. 

Sincerely, 

Allenstown Sewer Commission 
Paul Girard, Chairman 
Charles H. Todd, Commissioner 
Robert W. Plourde, Commissioner 



35 



Suncook Wastewater Treatment Plant 
Operation and Maintenance Budget — 1984 



1985 

1984 Expended as Recommended 
Budgeted of 12-31-84 Budget 



Staff Salaries: 








Superintendent 


$ 20,528 


$ 20,628 


$ 22,050 


oniet uperator 


1 7 nQc; 
I 1 ,uoo 


\ 1 , 1 oo 


1 7 CCD 
I /,DOU 


Maintenance Mecnanic 


1 A 1 1Q 

14,1 i y 


1 A 91 Q 


1 a 7nn 
1 4, / UU 


iviainienance iviecnanic 


1 A 1 1 Q 

I 4, I I C7 


i 4,<i i y 


1 a 7nn 
1 4, /UU 


Total Staff Salaries 


$ 65,851 


$ 66,251 


$ 69,100 


Utilities: 








Power 


$ 32,900 


$ 39,371 


$ 40,000 


Water 


2,000 


1,664 


2,000 


Fuel & Heat 


8,500 


7,824 


8,000 


i eiepnone 


ouu 


400 


DUU 


Total Utilities 


$ 44,000 


$ 49,347 


$ 50,600 


Administrative: 








Clerical 


$ 6,800 


$ 5,980 


$ 7,050 


Office Supplies 


500 


437 


500 


Office Equipment 


450 


384 


400 


Postage 


250 


180 


250 


Advertising 


100 


-0 - 


200 


Training & Subscriptions 


300 


382 


350 


Total Administrative 


$ 8,400 


$ 7,363 


$ 8,750 


Other Operating Costs: 








Chemicals 


$ 7,500 


$ 6,234 


$ 7,500 


Maintenance 


18,500 


16,800 


23,000 


Supplies & Materials 


4,000 


3,201 


4,000 


Equipment 


3,000 


2,781 


9,000 


Alarm System Fees 


300 


300 


300 


Vehicle Expense 


3,000 


3,444 


3,000 


Insurance 


10,000 


1 1 ,533 


12,000 


Payroll Taxes 


5,085 


5,056 


6,000 


Snow & Garbage Removal 


500 


388 


750 


Uniform Expense 


1,700 


1,792 


1,900 


Sludge Removal 


4,000 


2,962 


4,000 


Professional Fees 


750 


193 


500 


Total Other Operating Costs 


$ 58,335 


$ 54,684 


$ 71,950 


TOTALS 


$176,586 


$177,645 


$200,400 



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Allenstown-Pembroke 
Summary of Plant Expenditures 

1984 



Sewage 

Treatment 52.9% Share 47.1% Share 

Plant Allenstown Pembroke 



Staff Salaries: 

Superintendent $ 20,628 $ 10,912 $ 9,716 

Chief Operator 17,185 9,091 8,094 

Maintenance Mechanic 14,219 7,522 6,697 

Maintenance Mechanic 14,219 7,522 6,697 

Total Staff Salaries $ 66,251 $ 35,047 $31,204 
Utilities: 

Power $ 39,371 $ 20,827 $ 18,544 

Water 1,664 880 784 

Fuel & Heat 7,824 4,139 3,685 

Telephone 488 258 230 

Total Utilities $ 49,347 $ 26,104 $ 23,243 
Administrative: 

Clerical $ 5,980 $ 3,163 $ 2,817 

Office Supplies 437 231 206 

Office Equipment 384 203 181 

Postage 180 95 85 

Advertising - - - - - - 

Training & Subscriptions 382 202 180 

Total Administrative $ 7,363 $ 3,894 $ 3,469 
Other Operating Costs: 

Chemicals $ 6,234 $ 3,298 $ 2,936 

Maintenance 16,800 8,887 7,913 

Supplies & Materials 3,201 1,693 1,508 

Equipment 2,781 1,471 1,310 

Alarm System Fees 300 159 141 

Vehicle Expense 3,444 1,822 1,622 

Insurance 11,533 6,101 5,432 

Payroll Taxes 5,056 2,675 2,381 

Snow & Garbage Removal 388 205 183 

Uniform Expense 1,792 948 844 

Sludge Removal 2,962 1,567 1,395 

Professional Fees 193 102 91 

Total Other Operating Costs $ 54,684 $ 28,928 $ 25,756 

TOTALS $177,645 $ 93,973 $ 83,672 



37 



Town of Allenstown 
Operating Budget— 1984 



1984 
Budgeted 



Expended as 
of 12-31-84 



1985 
Recommended 
Budget 



RIVER ROAD PUMP STATION: 
Electricity 

Maintenance/supplies/materials 

Insurance 

Water 

Total Pump Station 

MAINTENANCE-SEWER LINES: 
Town Lines-Maintenance 

SEWER USER COSTS: 
Computer Billing Service 
Sewer Billing Postage 

Total Sewer User Costs 

OTHER OPERATING COSTS: 
Office Supplies 
Legal Fees 

Replacement Cost Fund 
Professional Fees 

Total OTHER Oper. Costs 

TOTALS 



$ 3,500 
2,000 
197 
250 

$ 5,947 



$ 4,000 



$ 2,000 
575 

$ 2,575 



$ 75 
2,000 
4,000 
300 

$ 6,375 
$18,897 



$ 3,853 
1,105 
194 
504 



$ 5,656 



$ 192 



$ 2,000 
444 



$ 2,444 



$ 27 
-0- 
4,000 
-0- 



$ 4,027 
$12,319 



$ 4,000 
2,500 
200 
600 

$ 7,300 



$ 4,000 



$ 2,000 
500 

$ 2,500 



$ 50 
2,000 
4,000 
300 

$ 6,350 
$20,150 



SEWER COMMISSIONERS ANNUAL SALARY— $1 ,500— GENERAL FUND 



38 



Allenstown Sewer Commission 
Summary — Plant & Town Accounts 
Revenues and Expenditures 
1984 

Balance as of 12-31-83 $ 32,128.83 
REVENUES: 

Sewer Rent Collections $100,483.10 
Pembroke Sewer Commission 81,627.12 
State Gasoline Refund 147.77 
Felix Septic Service 421.75 
Cyr-Rogers Insurance Agency 406.00 
Allenstown-Pembroke Pump Stations- 
Insurance 284.00 
Interest Earned— Sewer Fund 1,583.83 
Sewer Permit Fees 75.00 
Pembroke Sewer Commission 3.14 
Sewer Payment-Redeposit 58.90 

Total Revenues $185,090.61 
EXPENDITURES: 

Treatment Plant Expenditures $177,644.62 

Town Sewer Operating Expenditures 12,318.90 

Total Expenditures $189,963.52 

Balance $ 27,255.92 

Checking Account Balance $ 1,519.94 

Sewer Fund Passbook Balance 25,736.00 

Balance $ 27,255.94 
REPLACEMENT COST FUND: 

Balance as of 12-31-83 $ 36,522.26 

Interest Earned 3,848.22 

Payment to Fund— 1984 4,000.00 

Balance $ 44,370.48 

Replacement Cost Passbook $ 44,370.48 



39 



Allenstown Sewer Commission 
Summary — Capital Projects Account 

1984 

Balance as of 12-31-83 $425,957.48 
REVENUES: 

State of N.H.— Annual Grant Payment $ 85,151.00 

Interest Earned on Savings 28,318.99 

Total Revenues 113,469.99 
EXPENDITURES: 

Town of Allenstown— Selectmen $ 32,759.00 

Principal Payment 1984 

Town of Allenstown — Selectmen 40,730.70 

Interest on Savings 

Town of Allenstown— Selectmen 45,300.33 

State Grant Payment 

Town of Pembroke — Sewer Commission 39,850.67 

State Grant Payment— Plant 

Union Leader — Advertising 104.46 

Chain Hoist 

Total Expenditures 158,745.16 

Balance $380,682.31 

Checking Account Balance $ 69.28 

Savings Account Balance 7,580.36 

Certificate of Deposits 373,032.67 

Balance $380,682.31 



40 



Schedule of Debt Service Requirements 



Town of Allenstown, New Hampshire 



Amount of Original Issue 
Date of Original Issue 
Principal Payable Dates 
Interest Payable Dates 
Payable At 



December 31, 1984 

Sewer Bonds— 5.10% 

$1,615,000 
April 15, 1971 
April 15 

April 15 and October 15 

New England Merchants National Bank, Boston, MA 



Total 



Maturities — Fiscal Year Ending: 



Principal 



Interest 



December 


31, 


1985 


55,000 


44,497 


December 


31, 


1986 


55,000 


41,693 


December 


31, 


1987 


55,000 


38,887 


December 


31, 


1988 


55,000 


36,083 


December 


31, 


1989 


55,000 


33,277 


December 


31, 


1990 


55,000 


30,473 


December 


31, 


1991 


55,000 


27,667 


December 


31, 


1992 


55,000 


24,863 


December 


31, 


1993 


55,000 


22,057 


December 


31, 


1994 


55,000 


19,253 


December 


31, 


1995 


50,000 


16,575 


December 


31, 


1996 


50,000 


14,025 


December 


31, 


1997 


50,000 


11,475 


December 


31, 


1998 


50,000 


8,925 


December 


31, 


1999 


50,000 


6,375 


December 


31, 


2000 


50,000 


3,825 


December 


31, 


2001 


50,000 


1,275 



41 



Suncook Wastewater Treatment Plant 
Expenditures 







Maintenance 

1 • H- I 1 1 III 1 IV. V, ■ 








Atkomatic Valve Company 


$ 63.82 


Electricity: 

Public Service Company 


$39,370.60 


Public Works Supply 
Everseal Vault Company 
Goffstown Auto Parts 


215.88 
3.42 
32.35 


Postage: 




Merriam Graves Corporation 


15.95 


180.00 


Atkomatic Valve Company 


19.00 


The Suncook Postmaster 


Penn-Hampshire Lubricants 


16.04 


Professional Fees: 




Laissier Control Systems 
Sanel Auto Parts 
Loren Dyer 
Shaban Mfg. Inc. 


1,812.60 
72.22 
45.89 
46.07 


Laissier Control 


62.24 


Caley-Whitmore Corp. 


130.42 


i oiai 


4> 17Z.DO 


T~ 'III 1*7 11 

F.W. Webb 
r.W. Saltmarsh 


10.79 
24.50 


Fuel & Heat: 




Steenbeke & Sons 


5.20 


I aV^llpp Oil Tnr 
Ld V dllcc V_711 1IIL. 


<R 1 1X0 8^ 
4) 1/ JOU.OJ 


117 r a 1 1 

W.h. Aubuchon 


52.81 


F W Saltmarsh 

1 . VV . ' ( 1 1 I 1 1 1 (. 1 1 .M 1 


6 443.17 


Stills Nursery 


135.91 


Total 


$ 7,824.02 


Gerald Loso 
Saltmarsh & Sons 


10.00 
49.95 


Telephone: 




T -1 1 1 |— ' 1 T 

Frederick Flo Inc. 


545.90 


N.E. Telephone 


$ 487.73 


Browns Way Equipment 


115.70 




Hooksett Auto Supply 


2.60 


Office Supplies: 




Loncord hire hxtng. 


Tr-i r\r\ 

251.00 


Brown & Saltmarsh 


$ 51.60 


Frederick Flo 


11,991.85 


i . hccp mc Pnir xw t\ c \ / 
vju Motrin is i iidiiiid* y 


? 14 


A I MrDonnpll 

1 V . Li . IVIL L/ V, / 1 11 1 <. 1 1 


46 00 


A R l) 1 W l t ^ T"YT ^1 Tl \ / 

r \ . D . L/1LN v,UI 1 1 L'd 1 I y 


379 7K 


F T Prp^roft 


39 73 


Brown & Saltmarsh 


26.70 


Barrett Paving 


145.60 




14 97 


\C t \ m lint* S ^nnPi*cnn 
IxVJl 1 1 1 1 1 1 1: jell lUtl 3vH 1 


"OU.ZJ 


v i \jor>t 11113 i iiciiiiiciv_y 


12 13 


Mprriri m Clr^ vps 

1'IV. 1 1 HI 1 1 1 V 1 1 11 V V, J 


34.00 


Total 


$ 436.62 


Total 


1 5 on 
$16,800.03 


Water: 








Pembroke Water Works 


$ 1,664.55 


Supplies & Materials: 

VWK Scientific 


$ 908.63 


Office Equipment: 




\ A 7 I* A L , 1 

W.h. Aubuchon 


150.82 


A.B. Dick Company 


fT Toi ""70 

$ 383.73 


Certified Laboratories 


///. 1Z 




Goffstown Auto Parts 


42.51 


Training & Subscriptions: 




Hach Company 


17.31 


i — < 1 IT" * i_ 

Clemson University 


$ 30.00 


Foster & Co. Inc. 


D l.OD 


I\.H. Safety Louncil 


on on 
ZV.JU 


Zee Medical Service 




Water Supply Pollution Control 


251.00 


Shaban Mfg. Inc. 


1 /,1 7Q 


Bio Cycle 


72.00 


Gosselins Pharmacies 


37.25 


Total 


$ 382.30 


Kar Products 
J.F. McDermitt 


49.78 
43.10 


Chemicals: 




Bi-Wise Markets 


20.00 


Nalco Chemical Company 


$ 1,456.90 


Steenbeke & Sons 


4.96 


Jones Chemicals 


4,777.06 


Cleveland Cotton Products 


589.26 


Total 


$ 6,233.96 


Gosselins Pharmacy 


41.95 


International Products Corp. 
State Chemical Mfg. Co. 
Merriam Graves 
C.A. Turner 

Total 


57.28 
71.02 
115.00 
107.00 

$ 3,201.38 



42 



Equipment: 




Insurance: 






B & B Chain Company 


$ 88.00 


N.H. Municipal Workers Fund 


$ 


3,629.00 


W.E. Aubuchon 


35.98 


Maseillo Agency 




5,156.00 


Goffstown Auto Parts 


53.04 


i otai 


<£ 
4> 


a 70c; nn 


C.R. Swaney Co. 


250.35 






Loren Dyer 


137.24 


Insurance: 






Zep Mfg. Company 


45.66 


Blue Cross Payments 




T 7/17 


Kar Products 


53.11 






Kar Products 


11.22 


Payroll Taxes: 






Service Sales 


134.61 


Treasurer, State of NH 




j,IDo. 1 1 


Panbro Sales 


45.90 




W.E. Aubuchon 


60.97 








N.H. Explosives 


70.00 


ALLENSTOWN SEWER COMMISSION 




Nasco 


56.57 


OPERATING COSTS: 






W.E. Aubuchon 


26.95 








Enviro Quip Corporation 


147.71 


River Road Pump Station 






C.A. Turner 


135.15 


Electricity: 






W.E. Aubuchon 


7.48 


Public Service Company 


$ 


J,ODJ. jL 


N.H. Explosives 


1,050.00 






C.A. Turner 


371.10 


Insurance: 






Total 


$ 2,781.04 


Maseillo Agency 


$ 


194.00 


Alarm System Fees: 




Water: 






Concord Answering Service 


$ 300.00 


Pembroke Water Works 


$ 


503.95 


Snow & Garbage Removal: 




Maintenance— Supplies & Materials: 






B & B Refuse 


$ 338.64 


Cohen Machinery 


$ 


71.58 


Stills Nursery 


49.05 


F.W. Saltmarsh 




111.06 


l otai 


3> z>oi .Kyi 


Certified Laboratories 




88.80 






A.W. Chesterton 




814.57 


Vehicle Expense: 




W.E. Aubuchon Co. 




14.55 


Huckins Oil 


$ 2,441.51 


G. Loso 




4.45 


Goffstown Auto Parts 


174.44 


Total 


$ 1,105.01 


Sparks Garage 


313.27 








Gerald Loso 


3.00 


Maintenance — Town Lines: 






Goodyear 


19.00 


Sanitary Service Company 


$ 


150.00 


Spring & Equipment 


332.58 


Plourde Sand & Gravel 




11.55 


Pembroke Automotive 


160.67 


Barrett Paving 




25.65 


Total 


$ 3,444.47 


Steenbeke & Sons 




5.07 






Total 


$ 


192.27 


Sludge Removal: 










Goffstown Auto Parts 


$ 87.90 


Sewer User Costs: 






Walter Gelinas 


135.00 


Computer Billing Service— 






Keiths Trucking Service 


2,639.37 


Von Ohlsen Associates 


$ 


2,000.00 


State of NH 


100.00 








T ~ 1. — 1 

total 


!p Z,VoZ.Z/ 


Postage: 








Suncook Postmaster 


$ 


443.60 



Replacement Cost Fund: 

Replacement Cost Fund payment $ 4,000.00 



43 



Allenstown Fire Department 



To The Citizens of Allenstown: 

In 1984, the Allenstown Fire Department responded to 309 calls, an increase of 84% from 1983. A breakdown 
of these calls are listed at the end of this report. 

The addition on the fire station is almost complete. The meeting room, the kitchen, bathroom and truck bay 
have been completed. Vinyl siding has been installed and the outside walls have 6 " of insulation. A hose tower 
has been added to the building. The Forestry equipment and three trucks are located in the basement of the 
fire station. Still to be done are the training room, landscaping and the parking lot. 

An Emergency Operating Center is housed in the cellar of the fire station. This consists of a meeting room 
with radiological instruments, generators, maps of Allenstown, and various equipment and supplies needed in 
the event of a disaster. This is the first time that all emergency units have been located in the same building. 

A Rescue Unit was organized in June, 1984. A 1960 Ford truck was converted to a rescue unit, known as 50-X1. 
Eight licensed attendants are assigned, with more fire fighters to be licensed in 1985. The unit responded to 127 
medical emergencies since its start on June 1. A portable cascade system is part of this unit and breathing ap- 
paratus can be filled at a fire scene, if needed. This has proven to be a valuable asset to our fire department. 
The rescue unit was formed to assist Tri-Town Ambulance, and with both units working together, the emergen- 
cy needs of Allenstown are met. If this service is to continue, a new rescue unit will be needed in the near future. 

The Fire Department would like to thank the citizens of Allenstown and the board of Selectmen for their sup- 
port in 1984. 

Yours in fire safety, 
Roger A. Letendre 
Fire Chief 



CAPITAL AREA DISPATCH CENTER STATISTICS FOR 1984 



Square Population Calls Calls Decrease Response 

Town Miles 1983 1983 1984 Increase Time 

Allenstown 20.6 4638 168 309 +84% 3.0 

SUMMARY OF ALARMS FOR THE ALLENSTOWN FIRE DEPARTMENT FOR 1984 

Structure Fires 14 Odors in Bldgs. 2 

Vehicle Fires 7 Investigations 3 

Chimney Fires 17 Wash Gasoline 5 

Brush & Grass 24 Unknown Problems 2 

Service Calls 15 Electrical Problems 10 

Mutual Aid 22 Smoke in Bldgs. 2 

Appliances 8 Non-Permit Fires 1 

Medical Aid 120 Extinguished Fires 2 

Vehicle Accidents 16 Dump Fires 10 

Outside Fires 3 Dumpster Fires 1 

Box Alarms 19 Total Ca i ls 30 9 

Drills 6 



44 



1984 Summary of Services 
Provided to Allenstown Residents 
By the Suncook Area Center 
Belknap-Merrimack Community Action Program 



Services 



Units of Number of 

Service Households/ Persons 



Value 



CONGREGATE MEALS— All senior citizens are 5,576 meals 
welcome to our congregate meal site for meals, 
activities and field trips. Value— $3.79/meal. 

MEALS ON WHEELS-CAP delivers hot meals 7,021 meals 
to elderly homebound residents 5 days per week. 
Value— $4.49/meal. 

SENIOR JOBS PROJECT-Provides referral ser- 2 
vice with no charge to either employer or the 
employee. Seeks to match talents and skills of 
persons 55 and over who are seeking part-time 
employment with suitable work. Value— $27.00 
per client (includes labor and support costs). 

SENIOR COMPANION PROGRAM- Volun- 
teers visiting homebound seniors to help out in 
personal, meaningful ways. Value to companions 
include mileage, weekly stipend ($3.29 per unit). 
Value to visitees is compared to similar private 
services ($4.00 per unit/hour). 

RURAL TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM-The 
CAP Rural Transportation Program provides 
regularly scheduled bus trips to and from towns 
and cities in Belknap and Merrimack Counties, 
and to the congregate meal sites. Value is 
$2.38/ride. 

FUEL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM-CAP program 239 
provided an average of $486.09 in fuel assistance 
to needy households, particularly the elderly. 

WEATHERTZATION— The Weatherization Pro- 21 homes 

gram provides free insulation, storm doors and 
windows, and other energy saving materials to 
homeowners and renters, allowing them to 
become more self-sufficient. Value is materials, 
labor and associated costs. 



93 people 
33 people 
2 people 



3,200 
volunteer hours 
2,741 
visitee hours 



352 rides 



5 people 
16 people 

85 people 



239 households 



21 households 



$21,133.00 



$31,524.00 



$54.00 



$10,528.00 
$10,964.00 

$838.00 



$116,175.00 



$25,040.00 



4? 



WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN-CAP 
program provides clinics and vouchers for high 
nutrition food to income eligible children, nurs- 
ing and post-partum mothers at nutritional risk. 
Value includes monetary value of vouchers and 
clinic services— $28.00. 

HEAD START— Provides classroom and in-home 
learning programs for low income children with 
special needs. Value is $2,443 per child per year. 

EMERGENCY FOOD PANTRIES— Can provide 
up to three days of food for people facing 
emergencies, including disaster relief to stolen 
food stamps. Value is $1.45 per meal. 

SURPLUS CHEESE-Provided surplus foods to 
eligible households. 
Value of Cheese-$7.35/5 lb. block 
Value of Butter— $1.56/1 lb. block 
Value of Dry Milk-$4.40/20 qts. 
Rounds I, II, III, IV 

CLOTHING ASSISTANCE-Provided clothing 
to low income households through donated 
clothing. Value of clothing— $25.00 per 
household. 

LIFELINE— Personal Emergency Response Sys- 
tem—provided automated emergency response 
systems to meet the special health needs of 
isolated high risk, low income elderly. 
Value— $20.00 per month. 

CHRISTMAS BASKETS-approximately $10 
per basket. 



1,190 units 



64 persons 



$33,320.00 



SUMMER 
EDUCATION 
PROGRAM. 



RECREATION/CONSUMER 



10 children 



99 meals 



1,526 (5 lb. 
blocks of cheese) 

2,367 (1 lb. 
blocks of butter) 
249 (20 qts. dry 
milk) 

264 



2 units 



98 baskets 



10 



10 households 
21 persons 

99 people 



1,264 households 



264 households 



2 people 



98 people 



10 people 



$24,430.00 



$144.00 



$11,216.00 
(cheese) 

$3,693.00 
(butter) 

$1,096.00 
(milk) 

$6,600.00 



$360.00 



$980.00 



No Assignable 
Value 



TOTAL $298,095.00 



46 



Community Action Program 
Belknap-Merrimack Counties, Inc. 
1985 Suncook Area Center Operating Budget 

PERSONNEL: 

Area Director $16,786.00 

Outreach Worker 11,183.00 

Fringe 9,040.00 



TRAVEL: 

Volunteer Travel— 2,000 miles @ 20C/mile 400.00 

Program Travel— 10,500 miles @ 20C/mile 2,100.00 

Support Services Travel— 600 miles @ 20C/mile 120.00 



SUPPORT SERVICES: 

Deputy Director 561.00 
Fiscal Officer 379.00 



$37,009.00 



$ 2,620.00 



$ 940.00 



OPERATING EXPENSES: 

Rent— $237.50/month 2,850.00 
Electricity 700.00 

Telephone 2,300.00 
Printing 142.00 
Computer Services 180.00 
Postage 500.00 
Office Supplies 183.00 
Janitorial Supplies and Maintenance 230.00 
Liability and Fire Contents Insurance 250.00 
Advertising 25.00 
Staff Development and Trng./Conferences 150.00 

Subscriptions 75.00 

$ 7,585.00 

TOTAL $48,154.00 



Federal Share: $25,835 (54%) 
Town Share: $22,319 (46%) 



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Concord Regional Visiting Nurse Association 



The Concord Regional Visiting Nurse Association, Inc. continued to service Allenstown for this past year. In 
the Home Care Program, service is provided under a physician's plan of treatment to patients who are essential- 
ly homebound with diagnosed illness. This service is rendered by health professionals (Registered Nurses, Physical 
Therapist, Occupational Therapist, Speech Therapist, Nutritionist) and paraprofessionals (Homemaker/Home 
Health Aides, Home Assistants) according to the patient's and family's needs. Hospice care is provided to pa- 
tients in the last six months of a terminal illness. The Health Promotion Program has services (child health, fami- 
ly planning, screening) that are provided to low income/high risk patients and families in group settings, such 
as clinic and screening sites. 

Health Education and Instruction is part of each home visit or clinic visit. 

Anyone in Allenstown may request service; patient, doctor, health facility, pastor, friend or neighbor. Patients 
are also referred by other agencies. All requests are answered, but continuing home care can be provided only 
with a physician's orders. 

A call to the Concord Regional Visiting Nurse Association, Inc., (224-4093) between the hours of 8 a.m. and 
9 p.m., seven days a week is all that is necessary to start services or make inquiries. Hospice staff are on call 
(224-4093) 9 p.m. to 8 a.m. 

Federal regulations specify a charge is applicable to all visits. Fees are scaled for those unable to pay the charge 
if that person has no other funding source available. However, for fee scaling, federal regulations require a finan- 
cial statement be completed and a fee appropriate for which the patient will be responsible. Town monies sub- 
sidize those visits that are scaled or that no fee is collectible. 

This Agency is accredited by National League for Nursing and American Public Health Association Certified 
for Medicare and is a member agency of Home Care Association of New Hampshire, United Way of Merrimack 
County, and National Association for Home Care. 

Visits made during the year beginning October 1, 1983 to September 30, 1984 were: 



No. of Clients 



Visits 



Home Care 
Health Promotion 



75 
337 



2,232 
1,195 



December 1, 1984 



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Allenstown Parks and Recreation 



Dear Taxpayers: 

This year has been a very prosperous one for Parks & Recreation. 1984 saw the near completion of phase 2 
of the Allenstown Park project. All underground drainage and surface catch basins have been installed, major 
landscaping complete, access road paved and parking lot graded and graveled. 

1985 will see the completion of the project with the installation of two picnic tables and outdoor grills and the 
final seeding of the picnic and playground area. 

Projects planned for 1985 are the resurfacing and relining of the courts. They are in bad need as some areas 
are worn down to the asphalt base. The second project is to asphalt the parking area to avoid erosion from water 
runoff. 

The summer rec program was an overwhelming success again this year. We plan to run the program in 1985 
and plan to extend the length of it. I would like to publicly express my sincere thanks to Mr. Harry Brechtel 
and his staff for the excellent job done in running this program. 

My sincere thanks to all. 

Ron Adinolfo 

Allenstown Parks & Recreation 



DETAILED EXPENDITURES PARKS & RECREATION 



W. Gelinas & Sons— landscape & drain 10,012.00 

O'Brien & Sons— equipment 871 .40 

Park & Tennis Courts Total 10,883.40 

Suncook Rod & Gun Club 200.00 

Little League 250.00 

Men's Softball League 250.00 

Tritown Football League 250.00 

950.00 

Allenstown Summer Recreation 

Wages 1 ,250.00 

H. Brecktle 227.52 

Hills Sporting Goods 1,098.36 

Huckins Oil 80.36 

Rider Trans. 703.00 

Total 3,386.24 

R. Adinolfo 46.42 

Aubuchon— Supplies 214.00 

D. Chandler, Soccer League 58.00 

Merr. Cty. Soccer League 10.00 

Steenbeke— supplies 13.31 

Indian Head Sports— Girls Softball 124.69 

Smith Trophies— Girls Softball 145.00 

$611.42 

Total Rec. & Park $15,804.16 



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Allenstown Public Library — 1984 



Income 

Town Appropriations $15,523.00 

Donations 15.00 

Carried over from 1983 $1,336.10 

1984 Expenditures 

Books $ 2,518.61 

Magazines 499.25 

Fuel $1,916.62 

Electricity 421.22 

Water 55.50 

Telephone 296.50 

Salaries 7,494.56 

Building & Maintenance 2,231.23 

Supplies 58.21 

Miscellaneous & Dues 113.11 

$15,604.81 

Carried over to 1985 $ 1,269.29 



Vicki Kneeland 

Library Trustee/Treasurer 



Welfare Officer 

In 1984 the Town of Allenstown has helped the total of 200 people. 



Families helped 182 

Single People 10 

Elderly 1 

Juveniles 7 



New Hampshire Youth Advocacy Project Inc. 

Family Focus Program 

Southern New Hampshire Services 

Foster Homes 

Transportation of Juveniles 

Also Attorney Fee 

I am in the Selectmen's Office Monday through Friday from 1 P.M. to 2:30 P.M. 

Jeanette Plourde 
Welfare Officer 



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School District of Allenstown 



Superintendent of Schools 

George I. Blaisdell 



Asst. Supt. of Schools for Business 

Patsy Baugh 



Principals 

Kathleen Sciarappa 
Deborah Brooks 



School Board 



Ernest Coulombe 
Frank Danieli 
Evelyn Guilbeault 

Treasurers 

Sharon Ahearn 
Barbara J. Bilodeau 

Moderator 

William Smith 

Enumerator 

P.T.A. 



Term Expires 1985 
Term Expires 1986 
Term Expires 1987 

Nurse 

Jeanne Descoteaux 



Truant Officer 

Armand Lemay 

District Clerk 

Patricia Nardone 



Auditors 

Brent W. Washburn, CP. A. 



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Report of School District Treasurer 



For the Fiscal Year July 1, 1983 to June 30, 1984 
SUMMARY 

Cash on Hand July 1, 1983 $ 71,718.84 

Received from Selectmen 

Current Appropriation $1 ,209,364.87 

Revenue from State Sources 584,389.10 

Revenue from Federal Sources 31 ,362.00 

Received from all Other Sources 60,603.01 

TOTAL RECEIPTS $1,885,718.98 

Total Amount Available for Fiscal Year 1 ,957,437.82 

Less School Board Orders Paid 1,876,332.69 

BALANCE ON HAND JUNE 30, 1984 $ 81,105.13 

Sharon Ahearn 
Barbara J. Bilodeau 
District Treasurers 



Allenstown School District Statistics 

For the School Year Ending June 30, 1984 



Half Days in Session 360 

Total Enrollments 578 

Average Daily Membership 544.5 
Percent of Attendance 94.5 

Average Daily Attendance of Pupils 516.4 



Superintendent's Salary 
1983-1984 



Assistant Superintendent's 
Salary 
1983-1984 



Allenstown 

Chichester 

Deerfield 

Epsom 

Pembroke 



$ 7,400.54 
3,748.83 
6,468.20 
5,866.05 
15,364.38 

$38,848.00 



Allenstown 

Chichester 

Deerfield 

Epsom 

Pembroke 



$ 5,524.50 
2,798.50 
4,828.50 
4,379.00 
11,469.50 

$29,000.00 



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Minutes of the Allenstown School District Meeting 



The Allenstown Annual School District Meeting was held on Friday evening, March 9, 1984, at the Allenstown 
Elementary School. In attendance were all officers of the Allenstown School District, members of the School Ad- 
ministration, as well as approximately seventy-five qualified voters of the Town of Allenstown. 

The Moderator, William Smith, called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. The Meeting proceeded according to 
the Articles presented in the ALLENSTOWN TOWN REPORT, for the year, 1983. 



ARTICLE 1 TO SEE IF THE DISTRICT WILL VOTE TO AUTHORIZE THE SCHOOL BOARD TO ACCEPT 
GIFTS AND DONATIONS ON BEHALF OF THE SCHOOL DISTRICT. 

A motion was made by Vicki Kneeland and seconded by Joan Menard to accept this article as 
read. There was no discussion, and this article was declared passed by a voice vote. 

ARTICLE 2 TO SEE IF THE DISTRICT WILL VOTE TO AUTHORIZE THE SCHOOL BOARD TO ACCEPT 
AND EXPEND ON BEHALF OF THE DISTRICT A SUM OF MONEY NOT TO EXCEED $47,000, 
TO BE OBTAINED FROM THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OR OTHER SOURCES THAT MAY 
MAKE SUCH FUNDS AVAILABLE TO THE DISTRICT; PROVIDED THAT THE SCHOOL 
DISTRICT WILL NOT BE THEREBY REQUIRED TO RAISE ANY MONEY BY LOCAL TAXA- 
TION IN THIS OR SUBSEQUENT YEARS AS THE RESULT OF SUCH EXPENDITURE OF 
$47,000. (Budget Committee recommends approval.) 

A motion was made by Joan Menard and seconded by Vivian Doan to accept this article as read. 
There was no discussion, and this article was declared passed by a voice vote. 

ARTICLE 3 TO SEE IF THE DISTRICT WILL VOTE TO AUTHORIZE THE SCHOOL BOARD TO APPLY 
FOR, ACCEPT, AND EXPEND, WITHOUT FURTHER ACTION BY THE SCHOOL DISTRICT 
MEETING, MONEY FROM THE STATE, FEDERAL, OR OTHER GOVERNMENTAL UNIT OR 
A PRIVATE SOURCE WHICH BECOMES AVAILABLE DURING THE 1984-1985 SCHOOL 
FISCAL YEAR, PROVIDED THAT SUCH EXPENDITURE BE MADE FOR WHICH A SCHOOL 
DISTRICT MAY APPROPRIATE MONEY AND THAT SUCH EXPENDITURE NOT REQUIRE 
THE EXPENDITURE OF OTHER SCHOOL DISTRICT FUNDS. FURTHER, THAT THE SCHOOL 
BOARD HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING PRIOR TO ACCEPTING AND SPENDING SUCH 
MONEY. 

A motion was made by Joe Benninghove and seconded by Joan Menard to accept this article 
as read. There was no discussion, and the article was declared passed. 

ARTICLE 4 TO SEE IF THE DISTRICT WILL VOTE TO AUTHORIZE THE TREASURER, WITH THE AP- 
PROVAL OF THE SCHOOL BOARD, TO APPOINT A DEPUTY TREASURER. 

A motion was made by Vivian Doan and seconded by Joan Menard to accept this article as read. 
During discussion it was pointed out that this would not be a full-time position, that it would 
be in case of absence by the Treasurer. Further, there would be no stipend for the Deputy 
Treasurer; the only cost to the Town would be to have the Deputy Treasurer bonded. 

A voice vote was taken, and determined by the Moderator to be too close to call. On a hand 
vote, the motion passed 30-24. 



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ARTICLE 5 TO SEE WHAT SUM OF MONEY THE DISTRICT WILL RAISE AND APPROPRIATE FOR THE 
ADDITIONAL COST ITEMS AS SET FORTH IN THE LATEST COLLECTIVE BARGAINING 
AGREEMENT WITH THE ALLENSTOWN EDUCATION ASSOCIATION FOR THE 1984-1985 
FISCAL YEAR. 

A motion was made by Pauline Begin and seconded by Debbie Keane that the sum of $40,491, 
be appropriated for the additional cost items, this amount representing the figure agreed upon 
as the first year of a three year contract with the Allenstown Education Association. 

During discussion, it was pointed out that the base salary for a first year teacher would rise 
to $11,400. Frank Danieli explained, in detail, the step and track system, under which a teacher's 
salary is determined. There followed a discussion of the highlights of the teachers' benefits: 90% 
BC/BS payment for a single person and 65% payment for a family plan; group life insurance 
coverage and course re-imbursement. The point was made that with this contract, Allenstown 
still would have the lowest base salary in the area. Further points were made that those on fixed 
incomes find it increasingly difficult to pay their taxes, and any increase is considered a burden. 

A call for the question was made, and the voice vote was considered too close to call. A call 
for a show of hands was made, and the vote was 32-30. At this point, a call for a secret ballot 
was made by Roy Nadeau. It was determined by the Moderator that this was an inappropriate 
request; he did, however, entertain a request for a division of the House. The division was so 
made, and the tally was taken by Pat Nardone, School District Clerk and a concurring tally was 
taken by Patsy Baugh, Assistant Superintendent of Schools. The vote was 33-33, and the tie 
was broken in favor of the Article by William Smith, Moderator, and the article was declared 
passed. 

ARTICLE 6 TO SEE IF THE DISTRICT WILL VOTE TO APPROVE THE LONG TERM CONTRACT, 
SHOULD SUCH AN AGREEMENT BE ACHIEVED, NEGOTIATED BY THE ALLENSTOWN 
SCHOOL BOARD AND THE ALLENSTOWN EDUCATION ASSOCIATION. 

A motion was made by Vicki Kneeland and seconded by Joan Menard to accept this article as read. 

A question was asked by Tom Keriazes regarding the ramifications of a negative vote on this 
question. George Blaisdell, Superintendent of Schools, stated that if the article is defeated, the 
contract must be re-negotiated next year. The cost for this re-negotiation could be $5,000. It was 
further stated that the article asks for acceptance or rejection of the terms of the contract, not 
a monetary figure. Money can not be appropriated for the second year of the contract until next 
year's School District Meeting. 

A call for the question and a voice vote was taken. It was determined that the voice vote was 
too close to call, and a show of hands was taken. The vote was 35-26, and the article was declared 
passed. 

ARTICLE 7 TO HEAR THE REPORTS OF AGENTS, AUDITORS, COMMITTEES, OR OFFICERS CHOSEN 
AND TO PASS ANY VOTE RELATING THERETO. 

There were no reports to hear or votes to be taken. 

ARTICLE 8 TO DETERMINE AND APPOINT THE SALARIES OF THE SCHOOL BOARD AND TRUANT 
OFFICER, AND FIX THE COMPENSATION OF ANY OTHER OFFICERS OR AGENTS OF THE 
DISTRICT. 

It was stated that the salaries of the School Board and other District Officers will not increase; 
the appropriation for this article is included within the District Budget. 



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ARTICLE 9 TO SEE WHAT SUM OF MONEY THE DISTRICT WILL RAISE AND APPROPRIATE FOR THE 
SUPPORT OF SCHOOLS, FOR THE PAYMENT OF SALARIES AND BENEFITS FOR SCHOOL 
DISTRICT OFFICIALS AND AGENTS AND FOR THE PAYMENT OF STATUTORY OBLIGA- 
TIONS OF THE DISTRICT. 

A discussion ensued regarding line 1100 in the Budget. It was stated that the amount recom- 
mended by the Budget Committee reflected a decrease in the estimated number of students at- 
tending Pembroke Academy for 1984-1985, and therefore a decrease in the amount budgeted 
for Pembroke Academy tuition. It was stated that the tuition to Pembroke Academy is approx- 
imately the same as that for Raymond High School, and approximately $1100 less than Concord 
High. A motion was made by Archie Lefebvre and seconded by John Welch to accept the Budget 
Committee's recommendation of $2,004,465. A motion to amend the Budget to $2,044,956— which 
reflects the monetary amount of the contract— was made by Mark Lefebvre and seconded by 
Tony Reddington. Gretta Gendron asked that the Moderator explain in detail what a yes vote 
and a no vote represented at this stage. The Moderator complied with her request, and there 
was a call for the question. The amendment was declared passed on a hand vote, 32-21. 

A discussion on the educational and financial merits of the Kindergarten program ensued. It 
was pointed out that the Town, due to the distribution formula of Foundation Aid, receives 
more State assistance with the Kindergarten than without it, actually saving the Town money. 
The vote on the original question was then taken, again with an explanation by the Moderator 
of what the yes and no vote would mean. The motion was declared passed on a hand vote, 36-16. 

ARTICLE 10 TO CHOOSE AGENTS AND COMMITTEES IN RELATION TO ANY SUBJECTS EMBRACED 
IN THE WARRANT. 

There were no agents or committees chosen. 

ARTICLE 11 TO TRANSACT ANY OTHER BUSINESS THAT MAY LEGALLY COME BEFORE THIS 
MEETING. 

No other business was brought before the School District Meeting. A motion was made by Priscilla 
LeMaire and seconded by Sharon Ahearn to adjourn the meeting, and meeting was declared 
adjourned at 9:00 p.m. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Patricia Nardone 
School District Clerk 



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Allenstown School District Warrant 
The State of New Hampshire 



TO THE INHABITANTS OF THE SCHOOL DISTRICT IN THE TOWN OF ALLENSTOWN IN THE COUNTY 
OF MERRIMACK QUALIFIED TO VOTE IN DISTRICT AFFAIRS: 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Allenstown Elementary School in said District on the 8th day of March, 
1985 at 7 o'clock in the evening to act upon the following subjects: 

1 . To hear the reports of Agents, Auditors, Committees, or Officers chosen and to pass any vote relating thereto. 

2. To see if the District will vote to authorize the School Board to accept gifts and donations on behalf of the 
School District. 

3. To see if the District will vote to authorize the School Board to accept and expend on behalf of the District 
a sum of money not to exceed $66,087.00 to be obtained from the Federal Government or other sources that 
may make such funds available to the District; provided that the School District will not be thereby required 
to raise any money by local taxation in this or subsequent years as the result of such expenditure of $66,087.00. 
(Budget Committee recommends approval.) 

4. To see if the District will vote to authorize the School Board to apply for, accept, and expend, without further 
action by the School District Meeting, money from the state, federal, or other governmental unit or a private 
source which becomes available during the 1985-1986 school fiscal year, provided that such expenditure be 
made for purposes for which a School District may appropriate money and that such expenditure not require 
the expenditure of other School District funds. Further, that the School Board hold a public hearing prior to 
accepting and spending such money. 

5. To determine and appoint the salaries of the School Board and Truant Officer, and fix the compensation of 
any other officers or agents of the District. 

6. To see what sum of money the District will raise and appropriate for the support of schools, for the payment 
of salaries and benefits for school district officials and agents and for the payment of statutory obligations 
of the District. 

7. To choose Agents and Committees in relation to any subjects embraced in the Warrant. 

8. To transact any other business that may legally come before said meeting. 
Given under our hands and seal this day of February 19th, A.D. 1985. 

Ernest Coulombe 
Frank Danieli 
Evelyn Guilbeault 
Allenstown School Board 



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The State of New Hampshire 

TO THE INHABITANTS OF THE SCHOOL DISTRICT IN THE TOWN OF ALLENSTOWN, QUALIFIED TO 
VOTE IN DISTRICT AFFAIRS: 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Allenstown Elementary School in said District, on the 12th day of March, 
1985 at 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon, to act upon the following subjects: 

1. To choose a Moderator for the ensuing year. 

2. To choose a Clerk for the ensuing year. 

3. To choose a member of the School Board for the ensuing three years. 

4. To choose a Treasurer for the ensuing year. 

5. To choose an Auditor for the ensuing year. 

The polls are to open at 10:00 A.M. and will close not earlier than 7:00 o'clock P.M. 

All other School District business to be conducted at the regular School District meeting as other wise posted. 
Given under our hands and seal this 19th day of February, 1985. 

Ernest Coulombe 
Frank Danieli 
Evelyn Guilbeault 
Allenstown School Board 



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Budget — Allenstown School District 



SECTION I 



Purpose of Appropriation 



Approved 
Budget 
1984-85 



School 
Board's 
Budget 
1985-86 



Budget 
Committee 
Recommended 
1985-86 



INSTRUCTION 

Regular Programs 
Special Programs 
Other Instructional Programs 
Adult/Continuing Education 

SUPPORT SERVICES 
Pupil Services 
Attendance & Social Work 
Guidance 
Health 

Instructional Staff Services 

Improvement of Instruction 

Educational Media 
General Administration 

All Other Objects 

S.A.U. Management Serv. 

Other Gen. Adm. Services 
School Administration Services 
Business Services 

Operation & Maint. of Plant 

Pupil Transportation 
Other Support Services 

FACILITIES ACQUISITIONS & CONST. 

OTHER OUTLAYS 
Debt Service 

Principal 

Interest 
Fund Transfers 

To Federal Projects Fund 

To Food Service Fund 



1,090,658.00 1,183,323.00 



302,748.00 
8,325.00 
600.00 



150.00 
32,541.00 
16,067.00 

4,840.00 
9,635.00 

15,491.00 
46,416.00 
725.00 
79,114.00 

114,881.00 
107,779.00 
107,553.00 



20,000.00 
7,040.00 

13,000.00 
67,393.00 



325,693.00 
9,423.00 
600.00 



150.00 
33,935.00 
18,287.00 

6,560.00 
9,828.00 

23,067.00 
50,502.00 
900.00 
86,243.00 

132,917.00 
101,434.00 
113,653.00 

1 ,000.00 



20,000.00 
5,960.00 

13,800.00 
102,287.00 



1,188,323.00 



TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 



2,044,956.00 2,239,562.00 



2,244,562.00 



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School Budget 



SECTION II 

Revenues & Credits Available 
to Reduce School Taxes 


Revised 
Revenues 
1984-85 


Board's 
Budget 
1985-86 


Committee 
Budget 
1985-86 


Unreserved Fund Balance 
Foundation Aid 
Sweepstakes 
School Building Aid 
Handicapped Aid 
Other— Catastrophic Aid 


50,323.00 
317,252.00 

14,584.00 
5,104.00 
129,893.00 

41,303.00 


-0- 
317,252.00 
14,584.00 
5,104.00 

a o/"*v nr»o r\r\ 

129,893.00 
52,500.00 




Revenue From Federal Source 

Child Nutrition Program 
Other— Federal Funds 


34,000.00 
13,000.00 


52,287.00 
13,800.00 




Local Revenue other than Taxes 
Handicapped Transportation 
Other— Interest 
Lunch Sales 


7,893.00 
4,000.00 
33,393.00 


7,893.00 
6,000.00 
50,000.00 




TOTAL SCHOOL REVENUES & CREDITS 
DISTRICT ASSESSMENT 


650,745.00 
1,394,211.00 


649,313.00 
1,590,249.00 


1,595,249.00 


TOTAL REVENUES & DISTRICT ASSESSMENT 


2,044,956.00 


2,239,562.00 


2,244,562.00 



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School Administrative Unit Budget 



1985-1986 
ESTIMATED REVENUES 



Account 
Number 



Description 



770 Unreserved Fund Balance, June 30, 1985 

4000 REVENUE FROM FEDERAL SOURCES 

4410 Elementary and Secondary Education Act 

Title I— Pine Haven 
4470 Handicapped Program (P.L. 94-142) 

Other 89:313 

Other Grants 

Federal Funds Bookkeeper 

1000 LOCAL REVENUE EXCLUSIVE OF DISTRICT SHARE 

Tuition 

Diagnostic Local 
Other Staff 

TOTAL REVENUE (Exclusive of District Share) 
Other (Interest & Advertisement) 



$ -0 



$160,000.00 
55,500.00 
1 1 ,594.00 
3,000.00 
5,856.00 



$180,439.00 
51,383.00 
56,240.00 

4,300.00 



TOTAL REVENUES 



$528,312.00 



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ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES 



Function Object Purpose of Expenditure 



2000 SUPPORT SERVICES 

2200 INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF SERVICES 

2210 All Improvement of Instruction $ 895.00 

2300 GENERAL ADMINISTRATION SERVICES 

2310 All School Administrative Unit Board 6,970.00 

2320 All Office of the Superintendent 95,990.00 

2330 All Special Area Administrative Services 22,525.00 

2390 All Other General Administration Services 34,843.00 

2500 BUSINESS SERVICES 

2520 All Fiscal 42,900.00 

2540 All Operation & Maintenance of Plant 14,778.00 

2600 All MANAGERIAL SERVICES 22,463.00 

2900 All OTHER SUPPORT SERVICES 29,112.00 

Project TELL 83,563.00 

Alternative School 70,931 .00 

Epsom Int. Instruction 25,945.00 

Other Grants 3,000.00 

Title I/Pine Haven 160,000.00 

Other Staff 56,240.00 

Support Services 89:313 11,594.00 

Diagnostic Services 106,883.00 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES $788,632.00 

LESS ESTIMATED REVENUES 528,312.00 

AMOUNT TO BE SHARED BY DISTRICTS $260,320.00 
Distribution of $260,320.00* to be raised by Districts 
* Entries marked with asterisks must be the same. 



1983 





Equalized 


Valuation 


1983-84 


Pupil 


Combined 


District 


District 


Valuation 


Percent 


Pupils 


Percent 


Percent 


Share 


Allenstown 


$ 63,467,905 


18.1 


553 


20.7 


19.40 


$ 50,502.08 


Chichester 


$ 42,080,302 


12.0 


188 


7.0 


9.50 


$ 24,730.40 


Deerfield 


$ 84,974,456 


24.2 


276 


10.3 


17.25 


$ 44,905.20 


Epsom 


$ 63,001,910 


18.0 


323 


12.1 


15.05 


$ 39,178.16 


Pembroke 


$ 97,246,387 


27.7 


1328 


49.9 


38.80 


$101,004.16 


TOTAL 


$350,770,960 


100.0 


2668 


100.0 


100.0 


$260,320.00 



December 3, 1984 Charles Yeaton, Chairman 

School Administrative Unit Board 



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School District Audit 



Brent W. Washburn, CPA 

Hooksett Turnpike Road 
Concord, New Hampshire 03301 
Telephone 603-224-6133 

August 29, 1984 

The School Board 
Allenstown School District 
Suncook, New Hampshire 03275 

Members of The Board: 

We have examined the financial statements of the various funds and account groups of the Allenstown School 
District for the year ended June 30, 1984 and have issued our report thereon, dated August 29, 1984. As part 
of our examination, we reviewed and tested the District's system of internal accounting controls to the extent 
we considered necessary to evaluate the systems as required by generally accepted auditing standards. Under 
these standards, the purpose of such evaluation is to establish a basis for reliance thereon to determine the nature, 
timing and extent of such auditing procedures that are necessary for expressing an opinion on the financial 
statements. Such study and evaluation disclosed the following conditions that we believe to be material weaknesses. 

The objective of internal control is to provide reasonable but not absolute assurance as to safeguarding of assets 
against loss from unauthorized use or disposition, and the reliability of financial records for preparing financial 
statements and maintaining accountability for assets. The concept of reasonable assurances recognizes that the 
cost of a system of internal accounting control should not exceed the benefits derived and also recognizes that 
the evaluation of these factors necessarily requires estimates and judgments by management. 

There are inherent limitations that should be recognized in considering the potential effectiveness of any system 
of internal accounting control. In the performance of most control procedures, errors can result from misunderstand- 
ing of instructions, mistakes of judgment, carelessness or other personal factors. Control procedures whose ef- 
fectiveness depends upon segregation of duties can be circumvented by collusion. Similarly, control procedures 
can be circumvented intentionally by management with respect to the estimates and judgments required in the 
preparation of financial statements. Further projection of any evaluation of internal accounting control to future 
periods is subject to the risk that procedures may become inadequate because of changes in conditions and that 
the degree of compliance with the procedures may deteriorate. 

Our study and evaluation of the District's system of internal accounting control for the year ended June 30, 
1984 which was set forth in the first paragraph, would not necessarily disclose all weaknesses in the system. 
The following conditions, while not material weaknesses in internal accounting control merit your consideration. 

1. Inventory of Fixed Assets 

As is the practice with many New Hampshire School Districts, the Allenstown School District 
has not maintained a record of its fixed assets. In order to adequately maintain control of its ex- 
isting fixed assets, we recommend the District cause an inventory of these assets as soon as prac- 
tical. As part of their long-term policies, District officials should initiate fixed asset records. Cost 
or consideration given is the general accepted method for valuing fixed assets, and should be 
recorded on all new acquisitions. Where adequate documentation of cost is unavailable for ex- 
isting fixed assets, an estimate of the original cost is an acceptable standard under accounting 
principles for governmental entities. The existence of fixed asset records will not only aid District 
officials in their control of these assets, but should be an invaluable tool in long-range planning. 



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2. Expenditures 

During our review we noted that several invoices were not effectively cancelled so as to prevent 
their reuse. In addition, all invoice footings and extensions should be reviewed before approval. 

3. School Lunch Sales 

Very little control exists over School Lunch Sales receipts. We recommend that the District in- 
vestigate the feasibility of implementing control mechanisms at the point of sale. 

4. Student Activity Funds 

Included in the Student Activities Funds is the athletic account, sums are transferred from the 
General Fund to this account and individual checks are issued from athletic account to referees 
and umpires at the time the games are played. This activity should be accounted for under the 
General Fund. 

Publication Requirement 

The provisions of R.S.A. 71-A.21 require that only this letter shall be published in the next annual report of 
the School District. 

However, we suggest that you consider the publication of the entire report which includes auditor's opinion, 
financial statements and notes to financial statements. No portion of either the auditor's opinion, financial 
statements or notes to financial statements may be published separately. 

We extend our thanks to the officials and employees of Allenstown School District for their assistance during 
the course of our audit. 

Very truly yours, 

Brent W. Washburn, CPA 



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Report of the Superintendent of Schools 



This past year has been a busy and rewarding one for the school district. Due to the efforts of our school staff, 
led by Mrs. Sciarappa and Mr. Gormalley, I believe that our program has improved. A great many staff members, 
identified in Mrs. Sciarappa's report, have given extensively of their time and efforts for our continuing cur- 
riculum and review efforts. These efforts result in improved teaching and learning for children. 

Our kindergarten program continues to do well with a very talented teacher. Because of that program, the 
district received substantially more money in state aid than would have been the case without it. 

There has been a number of issues which occurred in the community during the past year which have caused 
the school to respond quickly. School staff have been instrumental in teaching children about strangers who 
try to entice them into cars. When the community needed leadership and organization for this sensitive topic 
the school provided these things. The school has provided information for the large number of children who 
return from school to an empty home. The school has implemented attendance monitoring procedures so that 
parents and school staff will quickly know if a child fails to appear at school. These efforts are typical of the ac- 
tions taken by the school to respond to community problems. 

There are two other issues which I feel should be called to your attention. We have, increasingly, a space prob- 
lem at the school. Several specialized programs such as special education, Chapter I, reading, and the like have 
been implemented since the building was built. Visitors to the school have repeatedly commented about our 
space shortages. This situation will worsen in the future. The second issue is that of planned building maintenance. 
Because the school's budget has been so "tight" in the last several years, maintenance, which should be regular- 
ly scheduled and performed on such items as the roof, elevator, windows, and plumbing and heating systems 
has not been performed. Monies planned for such contingencies, have been removed from the budget in the 
past several years. While these items may be disconcerting to many of you, I feel it absolutely necessary to call 
these things to your attention. 

Your School Board has given a great deal of their time and effort to provide overall leadership, directions, and 
governance for the school district. Their efforts are very important to Allenstown's students and citizens and 
are very much appreciated by those of us associated with the schools. 

Respectfully submitted, 
George I. Blaisdell 



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Report of the Principal 1984-85 



ALLENSTOWN IS SOARING 

This year we have selected a theme for Allenstown Elementary School which captures the spirit of our school 
emblem, the eagle. "Allenstown Is Soaring" and our accomplishments reflect this theme. Our Balloon Release 
Day the first week of school sent our message to neighboring towns and states. Channel 21 captured this feeling 
and we were on the news the opening day of school. Our former graduates soared to the top as Pembroke 
Academy's Valedictorian and Salutatorian are from Allenstown. Our Scholastic Achievement Test scores are well 
above the average for students across the nation. 

PUBLIC RELATIONS 

Research confirms that over 80% of information learned about the schools comes through the newspaper. We've 
tripled our efforts to keep the community informed. Our new student newspaper, The Eagle, reflects the current 
activities of our students on a monthly basis. A monthly calendar of activities is sent home with each child as 
well. We continue to receive coverage in The Suncook Banner and three times this year a general newsletter was 
sent to each Allenstown resident. 

Our staff has invited parents and other community members to the school on many occasions. The Halloween 
parade, community breakfasts and lunches, the Thanksgiving Feast and numerous evening music programs 
brought everyone together. Our new community group, FOCUS: The citizens' investment in education, has helped 
direct our efforts to involve the community. 

THE CURRICULUM 

Our Five Year Curriculum Plan is in its second year. This year we've concentrated on piloting science and health 
materials. Our science program is outdated but we've discovered some excellent replacement materials. Carolyn 
Elliott, Chair of the department, has developed a comprehensive resource manual. 

A second area of concentration this year has been language arts. Nancy Beaudet has piloted an outstanding 
primary reading program called AIRS. Janice Kenney, our department Chair, has organized materials for our 
curriculum guide. Edie Klyve, Nancy Kudler and Barbara Locke have developed a comprehensive program for 
the Dupont School. 

Our thrust in math, chaired by Gail Wright, has been to develop a program to strengthen math concepts. Our 
eighth grade algebra course continues to be strong and "Math Their Way" has helped provide a stronger foun- 
dation for younger students in conceptualizing mathematics. 

David Goldsmith, our social studies chair, has provided direction as we plan to update our maps, globes, New 
Hampshire and American history materials. The new textbooks have been very useful as we build our social 
studies program. 

Rose Galligan and Penny Yeaton have assisted us as we delve into the world of computers. Their three year 
plan is in its first year and concentrates on allowing students to use computers in the classroom. Parents have 
been assisting with programming. With less than ten computers in our school, this program has plenty of room 
for growth. 

We continue to provide enrichment for our talented youngsters. Anne Donovan and Katherine Mitchell will 
sponsor competitors in Odyssey of the Mind. Katherine also directs our newly established ACES program. The 
grant she and John Kindelan wrote earned $6,500.00 for our curriculum from state funds. Their work and the 
enthusiasm of our students from the summer program set our ACES program off in the right direction. 



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Kathy Conlin, Chair of our special needs department, has effectively organized our limited space and materials 
to serve students with special needs. Her work has provided opportunities for youngsters to remain within the 
Allenstown Elementary School and receive a fine education despite handicapping conditions. 

It is important to recognize that although certain faculty members provide exceptional leadership, each educator 
makes valuable contributions. Our successes are due to the fact that the teachers and staff are bright, energetic 
and dedicated. It's working together that makes the difference! 

THE SCHOOL BUILDING AND GROUNDS 

Our school beautification efforts were begun in the fall. Bald E, our fluffy eagle, spends one week in the cleanest 
classroom. Flower bulbs were planted by each child at the lower elementary level and volunteers helped erect 
our new shrubbery. 

The elementary playground was planned and built by community volunteers. It was a great disappointment 
when weekend vandals damaged some equipment. We'll do some rebuilding in the spring. 

This year has been a strained one for building maintenance. Fires, floods, leaky pipes, urinals and walls, poor- 
ly wired electrical outlets, the elevator, faulty fire extinguishers and numerous "spot maintenance" projects have 
been a great concern. The administration and Greta Gendron have developed a Ten Year Maintenance Plan to 
promote building upkeep. 

Classroom space needs continue to be a serious concern. Our open space fifth grade has grown to over sixty- 
five students. Chapter I, occupational therapy, the art and music teachers and remedial reading are in terribly 
cramped situations. Our libraries in both schools are much too small. Our first grade classrooms are quite full. 
The need for space should be carefully studied. 

The church has been very cooperative as we continue to lease the Armand R. Dupont School. Roger Letendre 
has kept the Dupont building running smoothly. Father Jean has been very supportive to our school. 

NEW DIRECTIONS 

Michael Gormalley, our new assistant principal, comes to Allenstown with a strong background in education 
and administration. Through his efforts, the Dupont school is moving closer to a middle school, responding to 
the needs of the students and staff. He has kept morale high and sought numerous free and inexpensive materials 
for the school. His presence in both buildings and resourcefulness have been a welcome addition to Allenstown. 

Faculty and administrative concern for excellence in the classroom has led to the development of The Evalua- 
tion Advisory Council. This group is studying teacher evaluation practices and will present a report to the school 
board in June, 1985. 

Concern for excellence has also led to the purchase of additional testing materials. Our efforts to upgrade our 
curriculum and teaching methods need to be continuously assessed. 

We're proud of our accomplishments and intend to make Allenstown Elementary School as fine as it can be. 
In the years to come we'd like to continue saying that "Allenstown Is Soaring!" 

Respectfully submitted, 
Kathleen Sciarappa 
Principal 



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Allenstown Teacher Roster 
1983-1984 



Primary 


Beaudet, Nancy 


$12,950.00 


Primary 


Bernardin, Diane 


12,375.00 


Primary 


Briggs, Suzanne 


15,675.00 


Music 


Chase, Cynthia 


10,400.00 


Primary 


Danieli, Edythe 


13,525.00 


Primary 


Duchesne, Claire 


5,485.25 


Science 


Elliott, Carolyn 


15,542.00 


Intermediate 


Galligan, Rose 


15,075.00 


Grades 7-8 


Gamache, Michael 


11,150.00 


Grades 7-8 


Goldsmith, David 


11,625.00 


Intermediate 


Grandmont, Alice 


13,525.00 


Primary 


Gregorakakis, Ruth 


15,775.00 


Intermediate 


Heath, Judith 


9,147.00 


4th Grade 


Higgins, Leslie 


12,475.00 


Junior High 


Joscelyn, Cheryl 


14,675.00 


Primary 


Kenney, Janice 


15,775.00 


Reading 7-8 


Kudler, Nancy 


13,800.00 


Intermediate 6-7-8 


Lockwood, Joyce 


14,675.00 


English 


McDiarmid, Joanne 


13,525.00 


Reading 


Mitchell, Katherine 


12,000.00 


English/Reading 


Painchaud, Denise 


10,400.00 


Intermediate 


Proulx, Linda 


4,669.92 


Readiness 


Robinson, Diane 


12,375.00 


Reading/Social Studies 


Sullivan, Michael 


in a r\r\ c\r\ 

10,400.00 


Physical Education 


Tremblay, Sandra 


13,525.00 


Primary 


TAT 1 1 I""* 1 • 1 ■ 1 

Welch, Elizabeth 


8,692.14 


Primary 


Wilusz, Colleen 


15,525.00 


Primary 


Wright, Gail 


14,675.00 


Primary 


Yeaton, Penelope 


15,275.00 


Learning Disability 


Breen, Sheila 


12,850.00 


Special Education 


Conlin, Kathleen 


15,725.00 


Special Education 


Donovan, Anne 


11,525.00 


Speech Therapy 


Stickney, Joyce 


15,625.00 


Guidance Counselor 


Kindelan, John 


15,500.00 


Nurse 


Descoteaux, Jeanne 


12,944.00 


Principal 


Brooks, Deborah 


11,304.90 


Principal 


Sciarappa, Kathleen 


11,304.90 


Assistant Principal 


Suprenant, Robert 


20,516.00 



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Allenstown School District 
Armand R. Dupont School 
Class of 1984 



Charles Howard Andrews, Jr. 


Peter Ronald Girard 


Lorraine E. Baillargeon 


Vanessa D. Gonzalez 


Karen D. Battistelli 


Michael Goodnow 


Jimmy Richard Bean 


Leonard Ellery Guest, Jr. 


Jerri Lynn Beauchesne 


Dana W. Hamel 


Reed William Beauchesne 


Robert Bruce Holland 


Cora Ann Bennett 


Sabrina Lynn Hoyt 


Brieitte Bergeron 


Anthony W. Johnson 


Donald M. Berube, Jr. 


Tricia Lynn Johnston 


Trina J. Berube 


Amy Louise Juranty 


Marcia Lynn Bilodeau 


Paul Patrick Kling 


Laura Bleau 


Lee Ann LaBelle 


Stacey Ann Boisseau 


Cindy Lee Lemieux 


Lee Ann Breton 


Robin Lockhart 


Therese Maureen Brown 


Lorry Lynn Malo 


Eric Christopher Carter 


Kevin E. Messing 


Steven Kenneth Clement 


Timothy Kevin Morrissey 


Mpridpth A Courtpmanchp 


lamps ISIadpau 


Laurianne L. Demers 


Judi Ann O'Brien 


Lisa Marie DeVitto 


Tracy Ann Parrish 


Gary LaRocher (Duclos) 


Robert R. Prince 


Denise Loren Dwyer 


Michael R. Richard 


Edward Charles Fay, III 


Bernice Rowell 


Amy Louise Fleury 


Lorie Ann Sabean 


Kevin Paul Fleury 


Melissa Kay Sullivan 


Suzanne Fogg 


Shawn David Theriault 


Carrie Ann Forcier 


Kevin Alan Triacca 


Scot Andrew Frechette 


Melynda A. Turcotte 


Matthew Eric Gage 


William Robert Turcotte 


Christine Lynn Gauthier 


Tracy Ann Venne 


Lisa R. Gelinas 


Ann-Marie Welch 



Kimberly Ann Zachodny 



68 



Annual School Health 
Service Report 
1983-1984 



Report of Local Medical Services Number of Pupils 

Pupils Examined 73 
Immunizations 

Toxoid DT 28 

Vaccination Oral Polio 20 

Other MMR 9 
Tests 

Tuberculosis Tine 1 
Other 

Flu Shots 7 
Report of School Nurse-Teacher 

Vision Tests 574 

Hearing Tests 577 

Inspections 1178 

Heights 557 

Weights 557 

First Aid 1937 

Other— Blood Pressure 168 

Vaccinations & Communicable Diseases 

Communicable 
Chicken Pox 9 
Pediculosis— Nits 18 
Scabies 2 

Defects Found By School Nurse-Teacher 

Number Treated By 

Cases Physician 

Vision 6 5 

Hearing 9 9 

Posture 2 2 

Teeth 48 7 

Clinics and Special Referrals 

No. 

No. Children 
Examined Treated 

Dental Cleanings & Fluoride 54 54 

Preschool* (5/2/84) 49 
Number of Home Visits 316 



Examining Physician — Dr. Paul Shaw 

Jeanne B. Descoteaux, R.N. 
School Nurse-Teacher 
6/18/84 



69 



Vital 
Statistics 



Allenstown— Births 



Date of 


Place ot 






Living or 






Residence Birthplace 


Birthplace 


Birth 


Birth 


Name of Child 


Sex 


Stillborn 


Name of Father 


Maiden Name of Mother 


of Parents of Father 


of Mother 


12-17-83 


Manchester 


Courtney Lord 


F 


L 


Gregory Lord 


Diane Bergeron 


Allenstown 


NH 


NH 


12-13-83 


Concord 


Joshua Desjardins 


M 


L 


Mark Desjardins 


Karen Gagne 


Allenstown 


NH 


NH 


12-16-83 


Concord 


Craig Cyr 


M 


L 


Wm. Cyr 


Maureen Garvey 


Allenstown 


NY 


VT 


12-31-83 


Concord 


Brandy Rollins 


F 


L 


David Rollins 


Linda Dwyer 


Allenstown 


Mass 


Maine 


1-1-84 


Hanover 


Joshua Duclos 


M 


L 


Michael Duclos 


Annette Catalano 


Allenstown 


Mass. 


Penn. 


12-28-83 


Manchester 


Jason Payne 


M 


L 


Eric Payne 


Lisa Foraker 


Allenstown 


NH 


NH 


1-19-84 


Manchester 


Dennis Chenette 


M 


L 


Paul Chenette 


Sylvette Brunette 


Allenstown 


Rl 


NH 


1-9-84 


Concord 


Gregory Hildreth 


M 


L 


Michael Hildreth 


Linda Scannell 


Allenstown 


NH 


Mass. 


1-16-84 


Concord 


Justin Hussey 


M 


L 


Kenneth Hussey 


Claire Brisbois 


Allenstown 


Maine 


Maine 


2-24-84 


Concord 


Jennifer Brissett 


F 


L 


Francis Brissette, Jr. 


Jody Banker 


Allenstown 


NH 


NH 


2-27-84 


Concord 


Nicholas Ellis 


M 


L 


William Ellis 


Patricia Cahill 


Allenstown 


NH 


Mass. 


3-3-84 


Concord 


Katie Soule 


F 


L 


Peter Soule 


Lucy Desrochers 


Allenstown 


NH 


NH 


3-5-84 


Concord 


Amanda Beauchesne 


F 


L 


Albert Beauchesne 


Margaret Chronis 


Allenstown 


NH 


NH 


3-9-84 


Derry 


Matthew Wright 


M 


L 


Brian Wright 


Evelyn-Ann Hastings 


Allenstown 


Maine 


Mass. 


2-16-84 


Manchester 


Laura Kaczmarski 


F 


L 


Joseph Kaczmarski 


Cindy Philie 


Allenstown 


NH 


NH 


2-24-84 


Manchester 


Craig Bourgeois 


M 


L 


Ronald Bourgeois 


Tina Desrochers 


Allenstown 


NH 


NH 


2-27-84 


Manchester 


Brian Champagne 


M 


L 


David Champagne 


Donna Paquet 


Allenstown 


NH 


NH 


2-27-84 


Manchester 


Justin Reese 


M 


L 


David Reese 


Michelle Dumont 


Allenstown 


Penn. 


Maine 


2-28-84 


Manchester 


Heidi Girard 


F 


L 


Paul Girard 


Carol-Ann Turgeon 


Allenstown 


NH 


NH 


3-5-84 


Manchester 


Adam Laflamme 


M 


L 


Gary Laflamme, Sr. 


Cynthia Longfellow 


Allenstown 


NH 


NH 


3-16-84 


Manchester 


Kyle Boucher 


M 


L 


Gerald Boucher 


Janice Keough 


Allenstown 


NH 


Mass. 


3-30-84 


Manchester 


Lvalea-NenaDulli 


F 


L 


Dulli Tiaseh 


Rainah Abdul-Ghani 


Allenstown 


Malaysia 


Malaysia 


3-23-84 


Concord 


Matthew DesPres 


M 


L 


Bradford DesPres 


Anne Chamberlin 


Allenstown 


Colorado 


NH 


3-24-84 


Concord 


Jonathan Lamphere 


M 


L 


Ralph Lamphere 


Candy Cox 


Allenstown 


NH 


NH 


4-2-84 


Concord 


Kevin Cheney 


M 


L 


Arthur Cheney 


Patrician Brooks 


Allenstown 


NH 


Michigan 


4-2-84 


Concord 


Eric Girard 


M 


L 


Edward Girard 


Barbara Gould 


Allenstown 


NH 


NY 


3-22-84 


Concord 


James Sanborn 


M 


L 


Peter Sanborn 


Patricia Lavoie 


Allenstown 


NH 


Conn. 


4-7-84 


Manchester 


Kyle Maxfield 


M 


L 


George Maxfield 


Kimberley Smith 


Allenstown 


Maine 


NH 


4-13-84 


Manchester 


Keith Hayes 


M 


|_ 


Thomas Hayes 


Susan Lucier 


Allenstown 


NH 


NH 


4-14-84 


Concord 


John T. Tanguay 


M 


L 


John R Tanguay 


Diane Velosky 


Allenstown 


Canada 


NH 


4-17-84 


Concord 


Jenna Bradley 


F 


L 


David Bradley 


Pamela Gillis 


Allenstown 


NH 


Mass. 


5-13-84 


Manchester 


Jennifer Nerdahl 


F 


L 


Michael Nerdahl 


Marie Fredette 


Allenstown 


Wise. 


NH 


5-4-84 


Manchester 


Daniel Dearborn 


M 


L 


William Dearborn 


Donna LeBlanc 


Allenstown 


NH 


NY 


5-12-84 


Manchester 


Melissa Hanright 


F 


L 


George Hanright 


Barbara Foley 


Allenstown 


Mass. 


Mass. 


5-16-84 


Manchester 


Caleb Smith 


M 


L 


Kurt Smith 


Norma-Jean Stockwell 


Allenstown 


NH 


Mass. 


6-3-84 


Concord 


Robert Coulsey 


M 


L 


Donald Coulsey Jr. 


Carolyn Pace 


Allenstown 


Mass. 


NH 


6-22-84 


Manchester 


Stephanie Thompson 


F 


L 


Harold Thompson. Jr. 


Deborah Boucher 


Allenstown 


NH 


NH 


6-20-84 


Concord 


Ernest Clyde Ken Rowe 


M 


L 


Clyde K. Rowe, Jr. 


Francine Boutin 


Allenstown 


Maine 


Quebec, 
Can. 


6-21-84 


Concord 


Tyler Grandmaison 


M 


L 


Brian Grandmaison 


Leslie French 


Allenstown 


NH 


Maine 


7-5-84 


Concord 


Shannon Sargent 


F 


L 


Larry Sargent, Jr. 


Marsha Parker 


Allenstown 


Samoa 


VT 


7-12-84 


Allenstown 


Joel M M. Southard 


M 


L 


David Southard 


Annie Morrison 


Allenstown 


Maryland 


VT 


7-13-84 


Manchester 


Diane Fortin 


F 


L 


Donald Fortin 


Lucille Plante 


Allenstown 


NH 


NH 


7-7-84 


Manchester 


Jason Glaude 


M 


L 


Michael Glaude 


Susan Ouellette 


Allenstown 


NH 


NH 


7-3-84 


Manchester 


Meaghan Holbrook 


F 


L 


Malcolm Holbrook 


Elaine Clement 


Allenstown 


Mass. 


NH 


8-12-84 


Manchester 


Krystal Baillargeon 


F 


L 


Gerald Baillargeon 


Sylvie Allard 


Allenstown 


NH 


Canada 



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8-15-84 


Concord 


Patrick Evans 


M 


L David Evans 


Katherine Desforge 


Allenstown 


NH 


Mass. 


8-15-84 


Concord 


Joslyn Gagnon 


F 


L Joseph Gagnon 


Lynn Desrochers 


Allenstown 


NH 


NH 


8-17-84 


Concord 


Erica Huppe 


F 


L Robert Huppe, Jr. 


Julie Olsen 


Allenstown 


Calif. 


Minn. 


8-27-84 


Manchester 


Sean C. Stevens 


M 


L Mark Stevens 


Denise Desrochers 


Allenstown 


Mass. 


NH 


8-29-84 


Manchester 


Daniel Panza 


M 


L James Panza 


Karen Goff 


Allenstown 


Virginia 


Mass. 


8-29-84 


Manchester 


Christine Panza 


F 


L James Panza 


Karen Goff 


Allenstown 


Virginia 


Mass. 


9-3-84 


Concord 


Danielle Stevens 


F 


L. Ronald Stevens 


Monique Gagne 


Allenstown 


NH 


NH 


9-6-84 


Concord 


Jessica Bartlett 


F 


L Robert Bartlett, Jr. 


Sylvia Hearn 


Allenstown 


NH 


NH 


10-10-84 


Manchester 


Craig Townsend 


M 


L Jeffrey Townsend 


Diane Boisseau 


Allenstown 


NH 


NH 


10-31-84 


Manchester 


Kevin Mulcahy, Jr. 


M 


L Kevin Mulcahy, Sr. 


Catherine Creed 


Allenstown 


Mass. 


Alaska 


10-13-84 


Concord 


Wayne Blake 


M 


L Wayne Blake 


Theresa Sherman 


Allenstown 


NH 


NH 


11-4-84 


Concord 


Crystal Belletete 


F 


L Wm. Belletete, Sr. 


Nancy Loucks 


Allenstown 


Mass. 


Conn. 


10-29-84 


Concord 


Jamie Tilton 


F 


L Robert Tilton 


Brenda Annis 


Allenstown 


NH 


NH 


11-29-84 


Concord 


Leo Lavin IV 


M 


L Leo Lavin III 


Susan Grandmaison 


Allenstown 


NH 


NH 


11-15-84 


Concord 


Lindsey Leonard 


F 


L Roland Leonard 


Patricia Newton 


Allenstown 


NH 


Mass. 


11-18-84 


Concord 


Richard Greenlaw II 


M 


L Richard Greenlaw 


Jean Wilkinson 


Allenstown 


NH 


Mass. 


11-19-84 


Concord 


Benjamin Doyon 


M 


L David Doyon 


Ingrid Olson 


Allenstown 


NH 


NH 


11-25-84 


Concord 


Michael Perry 


M 


L Allan Perry 


Sharon Landry 


Allenstown 


Mass. 


Mass. 



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Allenstown — Marriages 1984 



Date of 
Marriage 


Place of 
Marriage 


Name of 
Groom & Bride 


Residence 
of Each 


Dates of 
Birth 


Place of 
Birth 


Groom's 
Parents 


Bride's 
Parents 


Name & Station 
by whom married 


12-24-83 


Weare 


James Carver 
Rosemarie Misso 


Allenstown 
Allenstown 


5- 25-49 

6- 27-58 


NH 
NJ 


Chester Carver 
Unknown 


Anthony Misso 
Eleanor Wilke 


John J. Downes 
J. of Peace 


12-24-83 


Berlin 


Edward Lavelie 
Ann Bristol 


Allenstown 
Allenstown 


3-28-40 
3-16-58 


Mass. 
Mich. 


Edward Lavelie 
Bertha Tupper 


Gerald Glazier 
JoAnn Kiefaber 


June Ann Losier 
J. of Peace 


12-21-83 


Salem 


Walter Brady, III 
Nancy Dumensil 


Salem 
Allenstown 


12-21-46 
12-15-46 


Mass. 
NH 


Walter Brady, Jr. 
Eloise Lott 


Herve Bouffard 
Jeannette Fanny 


Philip Fichera 
J. of Peace 


1-10-84 


Manchester 


Ignatios Adamtzikis 
Karen McNamara 


Allenstown 
Allenstown 


7-20-52 
6-15-60 


Greece 
Mass. 


Menkuse Adamtzikis 
Elepkinc-Karddies 


Vince McNamara 
Jannette Ellitot 


Phyllis Zioze 
J. of Peace 


1-10-84 


Suncook 


John Anderson 
Gale Williams 


Allenstown 
Allenstown 


7-31-41 
6-25-40 


Mass. 
NH 


J.E. Anderson 
Anna Anderson 


Winston Clark, Sr. 
Hazel Wiggin 


Kathleen Clark 
Minister 


2-25-84 


Allenstown 


Peter Viar 
Ann Nash 


Phillipsburg, NJ 
Phillipsburg, NJ 


3-7-55 
6-4-54 


NH 

Mass. 


Aubrey Viar 
Aurea Mulaire 


Wm. Blizard 
Pauline Thibeault 


Lucille Moon 
Just, of Peace 


3-17-84 


Salem 


Dennis Dube 
Debra Bicchieri 


Allenstown 
Allenstown 


4-2-56 
2-4-57 


NH 

Mass. 


Daniel Dube 
Sarah Reynolds 


Raymond Todd 
Anne Wetmore 


John Lamprey 
Just, of Peace 


3-24-84 


Allenstown 


Alfred Hebert 
Lisa Guyer 


Hooksett 
Allenstown 


6-3-60 
10-25-63 


NH 
NH 


Alfred Z. Hebert 
Pauline Champagne 


Harold Guyer 
Lillian Bernier 


Roger Bilodeau 
R.C. Priest 


2-18-84 


Concord 


Roger Champagne 
Bonny Smart 


Allenstown 
Hopkinton 


9-1-63 
2-10-61 


NH 
NH 


Jean Champagne 
Shirley Baker 


Calvin Smart 
Nancy Mohmot 


Thomas Johnson, Jr. 
Just, of Peace 


4-14-84 


Pembroke 


Lee Spofford 
Veronica Gauthier 


Pembroke 
Allenstown 


11-7-63 
4-12-65 


NH 
NH 


Richard Spofford, Sr. 
Linda Prince 


Robert Gauthier 
Annette Baril 


Rev. Continelli 
Ord. Elder 


4-26-84 


Hooksett 


David Desaulniers 
Lucy Laliberte 


Allenstown 
Allenstown 


12-10-32 
1-22-30 


NH 

Mass. 


Arthur Desaulniers 
Elsie House 


Liborio Lombardo 
Phylis Cuilla 


Alfred Page 
Reverend 


4-28-84 


Allenstown 


Roger Bison 
Donna Campbell 


Epsom 
Allenstown 


11-3-63 
6-11-65 


NH 
NH 


Edward Biron, Jr. 
Marriette Marquis 


Harry Campbell 
Irene Nadeau 


Roger Bilodeau 
R.C. Priest 


4-27-84 


Pembroke 


William Stidham 
Brenda Motz 


Allenstown 
Allenstown 


10-7-55 
9-22-58 


OH 

Kentucky 


William Stidham 
Iva Jones 


Jack Lay 
Ruth Fee 


Paul Glenn 
Minister 


5-5-84 


Concord 


Paul Cyr 
Lori Nelson 


Allenstown 
Laconia 


3-25-55 
1-29-55 


NH 

Mass. 


Arthur Cyr 
Gracia Richard 


Charles Nelson 
Rita Bartoloni 


Rev. Geo. Murray 
Pastor 


4-1-84 


Deerfield 


Glenn Houle 
Wendy Snook 


Allenstown 
Deerfield 


2-20-54 
11-16-55 


NH 

Mass. 


Gabriel Houle 
Anne Langevin 


James Dulong 
Edna Milley 


Rev. Mary Caldwell 
Pastor 


5-18-84 


Allenstown 


Roland Leonard 
Patricia Vaillancourt 


Allenstown 
Allenstown 


10-13-54 
8-19-51 


NH 

Mass. 


Rolland Leonard 
Hazel Lutz 


Elwyn Newton 
Marion Schuckle 


Irene Dalbec 
Just, of Peace 


5-12-84 


Manchester 


Robert Therrien 
Janet Proulx 


Allenstown 
Bedford 


6-10-63 
8-12-63 


NH 
NH 


Ronald Therrien 
Madeleine Poulin 


Donald Proulx 
Rolande Methot 


Rev. Desjardins 
Cath. Priest 


5-26-84 


Pembroke 


Jonathan Broek 
Lacinda Simmons 


Allenstown 
Pembroke 


2-24-62 
4-19-64 


NH 
VT 


John Broek 
Barbara Buc 


Chas. Simmons 
Simone Wilson 


Rev. P. Lovejoy 
Clergyman 


5-26-84 


Exeter 


Mark Chevrette 
Denise Justin 


Allenstown 
Kensington 


12-20-63 
7-19-65 


NH 
Mass. 


Robert D. Chevrette 
Virginia Roy 


George Justin 
Rochelle Bertrand 


Rev. Richard Munsey 
R.C. Priest 


5-25-84 


Chichester 


Daniel Akerley 
Donna Carter 


Allenstown 
Allenstown 


11-1-55 
6-1-59 


W. Germ. 
Mass. 


Benj. Akerley 
Rosa Drnck 


Luther Carter 
Edith Carlon 


Sandra Brown 
Just, of Peace 


4-27-84 


Merrimack 


Paul Arsenault 
Joanne Deshaies 


Allenstown 
Manchester 


7-9-37 
6-18-41 


NH 
NH 


Ernest Arsenault 
Rhea Breton 


Bernard Maloney 
Lucienne Beauchemin 


Wm. Keeffe 
Clergyman 


3-26-84 


Hooksett 


James Hayes 
Margaret Reed 


Allenstown 
Pembroke 


10-27-23 
12-28-25 


NH 

Mass. 


James Hayes 
Bridgette Mullen 


Wm. Durkee 
Mary Allen 


Rev. M. Richer 
R.C. Priest 


6-9-84 


Pembroke 


Daniel Lavoie 
Karen Ferguson 


Epsom 
Allenstown 


8-4-61 
8-25-64 


NH 

Mass. 


Paul Lavoie 
Jacqueline Lavigne 


Roy A. Ferguson 
Virginia Kaloyanides 


Rev. Lovejoy 
Clergyman 


6-16-84 


Manchester 


Alfred Bell 
Betty Wescom 


Allenstown 
Allenstown 


3- 15-59 

4- 14-54 


NH 
NH 


Alfred Bell 
Mary Small 


Bernard Page 
Evelyn Tardy 


Simonne Bouley 
Just, of Peace 


6-2-84 


Concord 


David Letourneau 
Patricia Chikalla 


Allenstown 
Concord 


12-4-58 
9-27-57 


NH 
GA 


Albert Letourneau 
Theresa Coll 


Gerald Chikalla 
Jessie Ely 


Rev. Walter Larson 
Pastor 


6-23-84 


Manchester 


Stephen Liakos 
Maureen Warren 


Allenstown 
Auburn 


5-17-52 
4-20-57 


NH 
NH 


Charles Liakos 
Eva Millios 


Thomas Warren 
Marilyn Cavanaugh 


Rev. John Maheras 
Priest 


6-30-84 


Chester 


Daniel Kent 
Patricia Duguay 


Pembroke 
Allenstown 


8-29-61 
3-17-65 


NH 
NH 


Floyd Kent 
Jeanne Racine 


Robert Duguay 
Sandra Luoma 


Christine Perkins 
Just, of Peace 


6-30-84 


Concord 


Michael Dow 
Tami Gelinas 


Allenstown 
Allenstown 


6-11-61 
12-16-65 


NH 
NH 


Raymond Dow 
Loretta French 


Walter Gelinas 
Gloria Paquette 


Robert Poulin 
Just, of Peace 



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7-5-84 


Manchsster 


Stephen Jones 


Allenstown 


3-28-50 


Mass. 


Robert Jones 


James Owen 


Louise Kathan 






Martha Owen 


Allenstown 


11-5-53 


Miss. 


Eleanor Kempton 


Martha Moore 


Just, of Peace 


7-1 4-84 


Epsom 


Craig Kordic 




I U- 1 «3-Ot 


Cuyahoga 


Thomas Kordic 


James Kouri 


Rev. Beless 






Darlene Kouri 


Allenstown 


11-15-62 


NH 


Carol Kurilko 


Rita Fournier 


Minister 


7-7-84 


Allenstown 


Richard A. Lemay 


Pembroke 


10-1 7-6 1 


NH 


Albert Lemay 


Geo. Letourneau 


Roger Bilodeau 






Karen Letourneau 


Allenstown 


8-12-64 


NH 


— Baril 


— Bergevin 


Priest 


7-7-84 


Lf Ul ILUi (J 


Mark Pohccior 
ivi a i n. nenssior 


A 1 1 on ctouu n 


5-1-56 


NH 




Harold Denoncour 








Kathy Denoncour 


Concord 


11-21-62 


NH 


Lillian Beaudoin 


Shirley Emery 


Clergyman 


7-21-84 


Allenstown 


Jeffrey Gryva! 




4-16-62 


NH 


John Gryval 


Marcel Chevrette 


Daw Q Rtls\Waa ■ 1 






Donna Chevrette 


Allenstown 


5-27-62 


NH 


— Mallette 


— Guertin 


R.C. Priest 


7-14-84 


AII©nstown 


MfHiiuny udyiiuii 


A 1 1 a n c t rtuu n 


12-31-61 


NH 


Haoul (jagnon 


Arthur Baum 


ntjv. n . Dnuuwdu 






Marie Baum 


Pembroke 


7-3-63 


NH 


Doris Demers 


Simone Amyot 


R.C. Priest 


7-21-84 


Keene 


Rlaino nail 
DldllltJ DdM 


A 1 loncfnuin 


10-8-60 


NH 


KJIirhaal Rail 


Antonio Nappi 


Robert Rennie 






Faith Nappi 


Keene 


5-10-63 


VT 


Esther Ylitalo 


Eva Wilson 


Minister 


7-29-84 


Portsmouth 


Mark Cass6S8 


Allenstown 


8-28-55 


Fla 


Michael Cassese 


Max Neal 


Sanford Roberts 






Rebecca Neal 


Allenstown 


5-22-60 


Mass. 


— Knipe 


— Artiburn 


Just, of Peace 




Allenstown 


Daniel Couture 


Londonderry 


6-4-63 


NH 


Phillippe Couture 


Leo Payeur 


Roger Bilodeau 






Carol Payeur 


Pembroke 


7-11-64 


NH 


Ghislaine Isabella 


Lennie Bickford 


R.C. Priest 


8-17-74 


Concord 


Kevin Hardy, Sr. 


Allenstown 


1-31-54 


NH 


Herve Hardy 


Richard Sweatt 


Ontnn Hi CM 

oeton u. oitt 






Shirley Roy 


Allenstown 


5-4-59 


NH 


Barbara Bartlett 


Joyce Taylor 


Just, of Peace 


8-25-84 


HookS9tt 


Wayne Dimick 


Allenstown 


10-4-54 


NH 


William uimick 


Robert LeSage 


Donald Fowler 






Carol Lesage 


Allenstown 


8-3-63 


NH 


Marie Dickson 


Beatrice Perreault 


Just, of Peace 


7-27-84 


Allenstown 


Robert Provost 


Hook sett 


2-18-47 


NH 


Frank Provost 


WiiTred Letendre 


Roger Bilodeau 






Rose Talbot 


Hooksett 


4-3-41 


NH 


Marcel Montplaisir 


Jeannette Gamelin 


Priest 


7-14-84 


Manchester 


Colin Egan 


Allenstown 


1 1-15-52 


VT 


Thomas Egan 


■ j*fc*Mt ft 1.1. .1 

John Moul 


Raymond Blair 






Christine Moul 


Manchester 


1-3-56 


NH 


Florence Lamphere 


Mary Nester 


Priest 


9-22-84 


Pembroke 


Christopher Warn 


Pembroke 


10-lo-OU 


Spain 


Robert Warn 


unas. WeDD 


Rev. Hubert Topliff 






Arleen Webb 


Allenstown 


9-24-58 


Okla. 


Doris Paddock 


Barb. Chalmers 


Minister 


9-29-84 


Pembroke 


Mark French 


nooKsen 


3-27-62 


NH 


William French 


Richard Cholette 


Rev. A. Page 






Pamala Lavoie 


Allenstown 


11-29-61 


NH 


Dot Scott 


Alice Glines 


Reverend 


9-29-84 


Pembroke 


Thomas Cadrette 


Allenstown 


8-18-62 


NH 


Chester Cadrette 


Lawrence Blair 


Sestino Continelli 






Laura Blair 


Allenstown 


2-17-63 


Ala. 


Ruth Underwood 


Marjorie Hall 


Ord. Elder 


1 0-6-84 


Allenstown 


Martr Uohart 

iviarK neoen 


Allenstown 


19 in 


MM 
rirl 


Adelard Hebert 


Maurice Bernard 


Rev. Gagnon 






Debra Bernard 


Pembroke 


7-11-63 


NH 


Jeannine Gaumont 


Beverly Distadio 


R.C. Priest 


1 0-1 3-84 


Allenstown 


Robert Girard, Jr. 


Allenstown 


4-22-61 


NH 


piooon uiraru, or. 


John McCoy 


□ aii D Riln/Hoai i 

nov. n . Dfiixiodu 






Tamara McCoy 


Allenstown 


12-3-64 


NH 


Carolyn Towle 


Susan Carlson 


R.C. Priest 


10-1 3-84 


Pembroke 


Leo Provencal 


Allenstown 


1 1 -26-28 


NH 


Antonio Provencal 


Melvin Leary 


Qbu C Print i naili 
nc V . O. O U 1 1 U lit) 1 1 1 






Eliz. Keniston 


Allenstown 


3-11-29 


NH 


Yvonne Duhaime 


Olive Griffin 


Ord. Elder 


1 0-1 2-84 


Northum- 


Chas. Manchester 


Allenstown 


6-16-41 


Mass. 


Harry Manchester 


Ira Robinson 


Nancy Marshall 




berland 


Shirley Sargent 


G roveton 


7-2-48 


NH 


Dorothy Butler 


Evelyn Brigham 


Just, of Peace 


10-20-84 


Pembroke 


Robert Dyment 


Allenstown 


7-21-62 


NH 


Robert E. Dyment 


Joseph Tibbetts 


Chester Eaton 






Teresa Tibbetts 


Allenstown 


12-28-62 


NH 


Jacky Stricford 


Mildred Coall 


Just, of Peace 


11-17-84 


Allenstown 


Robert Lanctot 


Allenstown 


1-23-42 


Mass. 


Wood row Lanctot 


Charles Monnius 


Jeffrey Keeler 






Lorraine Simpson 


Allenstown 


4-30-45 


NJ 


Evelyn Lehan 


Anna Kohlheim 


Just, of Peace 


10-27-84 


Manchester 


Christopher Arnold 


Manchester 


12-7-61 


NH 


Wm. Arnold 


Paul Begin 


Rev. D. Robinson 






Linda Begin 


Allenstown 


6-19-65 


NH 


Barbara Smith 


Pauline Lafond 


Ord. Priest 


12-1-84 


Pembroke 


Harry Newman 


Allenstown 


5-4-45 


PA 


Earl Newman 


Robert Chandler 


Sestino Contintelli 






Joyce Antalan 


Allenstown 


6-28-57 


NH 


Dorothy Frye 


Elaine DePlonty 


Religious 


10-5-84 


Concord 


John Mack, III 


Allenstown 


6-7-54 


NY 


John Mack, Jr. 


Waldo Miller 


Marshall Hickok 






Sarah Miller 


Concord 


2-27-55 


ME 


Marilyn McGinnis 


Florence Ring 


Just, of Peace 



75 



Allenstown — Deaths 



Date of 
Death 


Place of 
Death 


Name and Surname 
of the Deceased 


Age 


Place of 
Birth 


Sex 


Single, 

Married, 

Widowed 


Occupation 


Name of Father 


Maiden Name 
of Mother 


12-27-83 


Concord 


Roland Baillargeon 


62 


NH 


M 


Widowed 


Dept. Sheriff 


Louis Baillargeon 


Maria Lamontagne 


1-1-84 


Hanover 


Joshua Duclos 


1hr. 


NH 


M 


Single 


Infant 


Michael Duclos 


Annette Calalano 


1-3-84 


Concord 


Jack Williams 


48 


Ohio 


M 


Married 


Paper Mfg. 


Edwin Williams 


Helen (unknown) 


1-6-84 


Concord 


Glenn McNamara 


95 


VT 


M 


Widowed 


Milkfarmer 


William McNamara 


Annie Bedel 


2-21-84 


Allenstown 


John Letendre 


68 


NH 


M 


Married 


Slashertender 


John F. Letendre 


Ernestine Bouchard 


3-10-84 


Concord 


Richard McNamara 


57 


NH 


M 


Married 


Dairyfarmer 


Glenn McNamara 


Gladys Richards 


6-12-84 


Allenstown 


Jeanette Chevrette 


48 


NH 


F 


Married 


Reporter 


Armand Beaule 


Jeannette Coufoure 


1-14-84 


Manchester 


Yvonne Dion 


88 


NH 


F 


Widowed 


Housewife 


Hilaire Drolel 


Elodie DeMontigny 


2-19-84 


Manchester 


Louis Parlangeli 


72 


NY 


M 


Married 


Pediatrician 


Santo Parlengeli 


Jennie Quido 


5-11-84 


Manchester 


Jeannette Coll 


81 


NH 


F 


Widowed 


Store clerk 


Charles Stokes 


Anna Roy 


6-1-84 


Manchester 


Henry Grenier 


64 


NH 


M 


Single 


Dye laborer 


Emile Grenier 


Alphonsine Houle 


6-7-84 


Manchester 


Robert Irzyk 


49 


Mass. 


F 


Married 


Checkout sup. 


Philip Greco 


Camilla Altamare 


6-10-84 


Manchester 


Germaine Duponi 


77 


NH 


F 


Married 


Trimmer 


Calixte Pinsonneault 


Hermina Brouillette 


6-11-84 


Manchester 


John Dycus 


91 


Lithuania 


M 


Widower 


Laborer 


Michael Dycus 


Ursula- 


6-19-84 


Manchester 


Leo Martel 


77 


NH 


M 


Married 


Lab Tech. 


Camil Martel 


Marie Caron 


5-18-84 


Manchester 


Stanley Krochmal 


62 


NH 


M 


Married 


Secondary Sch. 


Andrew Krochmal 


Anna Beristetzlei 


8-3-84 


Allenstown 


Rose Dion 


84 


NH 


F 


Nev. Mar. 


Weaver 


Gilbert Dion 


Exilda Laronde 


8-9-84 


Manchester 


William Belletete 


25 


Mass. 


M 


Married 


Foreman 


Pierre Belletete 


Gloria Mitchell 


8-31-84 


Manchester 


Antoinette Martel 


72 


NH 


F 


Mar. 


Housewife 


Joseph Brasley 


Justine Boutotte 


9-6-84 


Manchester 


Lillian Martel 


75 


NH 


F 


Married 


Winder 


Emery Fanny 


Alexina Proulx 


9-6-84 


Manchester 


Honri Labrie 


77 


NH 


M 


Married 


Loomfixer 


Joseph Labrie 


Rebecca John 


8-4-84 


Concord 


Alice Haines 


AQ 

oy 


NH 




Married 


Textiles 


Ernest Masse 


Clara Boulerisse 


10-8-84 


Allenstown 


Robert Walton 


69 


Mass. 


M 


Married 


Foreman 


John Walton 


Alice Babbit 


10-11-84 


Manchester 


Maurice Allaire 


52 


NH 


M 


Div. 


Textiles 


Ernest Allaire 


Laura Beaulac 


10-3-84 


Manchester 


Roger Provencher 


59 


NH 


M 


Married 


Truck driver 


Albert Provencher 


Marie Anne Poulette 


10-18-84 


Manchester 


Timothy Scannell 


66 


MA 


M 


Div. 


Civil Serv. 


Timothy Scannell 


Katherine O'Donnell 


9-7-84 


Concord 


Donald A. Ross 


36 


MA 


M 


Married 


Claims Exam. 


Albert Ross 


Hazel Brown 


11-19-84 


Allenstown 


Edmour Simoneau 


77 


MA 


M 


Married 


B&M RR 


Edmour J. Simoneau 


Mary Flood 


10-31-84 


Concord 


Carolyn Girard 


45 


NH 


F 


Married 


Proprietor 


Herbert Towle, Sr. 


Louise Bean 


11-6-84 


Concord 


Juliette Farrell 


71 


Canada 


F 


Married 


Beauty salon 


Unknown 


Unknown 


12-1-84 


Concord 


Aime Richard 


79 


NH 


M 


Married 


Stablehand 


Joseph Richard 


Delima Blain 


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8-22-83 


Manchester 


Jeanne Plourde 


72 


NH 


F 


Leg. Sep 


Assembler 


Emilien Martel 


Philomene Gamelin 



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