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Town of Brentwood 




Annual Town and School District Reports 
For the year ending December 31, 2007 



Dedication 

To Robert V. Gilbert, in recognition of 
his commitment to selfless volunteerism 
which has greatly enhanced the quality 
of life in Brentwood, this Annual Report 
is gratefully dedicated. 




Robert Gilbert was brought up in the Haverhill, MA area and attended the Haverhill Trade 
School. One of the trades he learned provided the foundation for working with all kinds of 
metal. Bob married Holly Hutchinson from Brentwood and soon moved to the homestead with 
their two children, Megan and Joshua, to care for Holly's elderly grandmother. 

As time went on and the children grew. Bob became interested in town affairs. At the time, he 
was working as the maintenance foreman at the Rockingham County Complex, from which he 
retired in 2005 after 20 years of service. Bob's first interest was the library which was in great 
need of more space. Bob became the chairman of the Building Committee, and with help from 
townspeople, businesses and the "George Beyea Fund," the new room became a reality and was 
named after its benefactor. No tax dollars were spent for this project. About that time, Bob 
became a trustee of the Library and has succeeded in getting much accomplished with help from 
others. He has been a trustee off and on since 1991. In 2002, the Building Committee planned a 
bigger addition to the library, and again Bob spearheaded the project. The town ended up with a 
beautiful building, and this was completed without going over budget. 

In 1991 Brentwood acquired ownership of the Tonry Cemetery, and a Board of Trustees was 
formed. Bob was one of them. One of the many things Bob did, with help, was make and install 
new wrought iron gates. Ironwork is one of his hobbies, and Bob does much work in this field 
and also uses copper and tin. In addition to being an accomplished craftsman in this field. Bob 
also enjoys woodworking and gardening. 

Bob was on the Municipal Highway and Municipal Advisory Committees. These committees 
assessed and evaluated the operation of, and the future needs and space of, the highway, police 
and town offices. As a result, a highway shed was built, and the expansion of the Town Hall was 
completed in 2001. 

Bob served as a Selectman from 2004 to 2007. During this time, he was a one year alternate 
member of the Zoning Board of Adjustment and, in 2005, became a full member of the Zoning 
Board of Adjustment. In addition. Bob also supervised the completion of the Brentwood 
Community Center. 

He served as chairman of the Fire Station Committee which led members through the planning, 
design and proposal process for the 2008 warrant article to build a new fire house. 

Bob recently became an active member of the New Hampshire Library Trustees Association. 

Although Bob is a quiet, reserved mannered man, he has accomplished much for our town. He 
does have quite a sense of humor that we do see now and then. 

Many thanks. Bob, for being there for our town — we greatly appreciate it! 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

TOWN OFFICERS 1 

ELECTION WARRANT 5 

TOWN MEETING WARRANT 9 

REPORT OF 2007 MEETING 13 

REPORT OF 2007 ELECTIONS 18 

2007 STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATIONS .... 21 

SUMMARY PNVENTORY OF VALUATION 23 

SCHEDULE OF TOWN PROPERTY 24 

FINANCIAL REPORT 25 

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT 26 

AUDITOR'S REPORT 29 

TOWN CLERK'S REPORT 38 

TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT 39 

UNREDEEMED TAXES REPORT 42 

TREASURER'S REPORT 43 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS 45 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS 51 

SALARIES 67 

MARY E BARTLETT MEMORIAL LIBRARY. 69 

PLANNING BOARD REPORT 71 

REPORT OF CHIEF OF POLICE 72 

BRENTWOOD FIRE/RESCUE REPORT 73 

CEMETERY TRUSTEES REPORT 74 

REPORT OF THE BUILDING INSPECTOR 75 

RECREATION REPORT 76 

BRENTWOOD CONSERVATION REPORT .... 77 

OPEN SPACE PROTECTION REPORT 79 

BRENTWOOD HIGHWAY REPORT 80 

TRUSTEE OF TRUST FUNDS REPORT 81 

MOSQUITO CONTROL REPORT 82 

PROPOSED 2008 BUDGET 84 

SCHOOL OFFICERS 89 

SCHOOL WARRANT 90 

REPORT OF SCHOOL MEETING 94 

BRENTWOOD SCHOOL ANNUAL REPORT 99 

BRENTWOOD SCHOOL SALARIES 101 

STATISTICAL DATA 102 

SCHOOL CALENDAR 103 

SCHOOL BUDGET 104 

EXETER REGION COOPERATIVE DISTRICT 1 1 2 

VITAL RECORDS 139 



TOWN OFFICIALS, 2007 

SELECTMEN: 

WAYNE ST HILATRE 2008 

VICTOR SCHMALZER 2008 

DAVID MENTER 2009 

KEVIN JOHNSTON 2009 

JEFFREY BRYAN 2010 

MODERATOR: 

RICHARD CHAMBERLAIN 2008 

TOWN CLERK/TAX COLLECTOR: 

PHYLLIS A THOMPSON 2009 

SHARON COPELAND, DEPUTY 

TREASURER: 

JONATHAN ELLIS 2008 

SUSAN FULLER, DEPUTY 

SUPERVISORS OF THE CHECKLIST: 



MARTHA CLARK 


2008 


JOANNE ALLISON 


2010 


MARY CLANCEY 


2012 


BRENTWOOD CEMETERY TRUSTEES: 




AL BELANGER 


2008 


DOUGLAS FrNAN 


2009 


JOHN STEVENS 


2010 


MUNICIPAL BUDGET COMMITTEE: 




JANE BYRNE, CHAIR 


2008 


ROBERT MANTEGARI 


2008 


BRENDA MAROTTO 


2009 


WILLIAM C FARIA 


2009 


ELYSE SEELEY 


2010 


KEN CHRISTIANSEN 


2010 


TIMOTHY HANNAN 


SCHOOL BOARD REP 


WAYNE ST HILATRE 


SELECTMEN'S REP. 



TRUSTEE OF TRUST FUNDS 

JAMES CLARK, BOOKKEEPER 2008 

JOAN TUCK 2009 

EUGENE ORCUTT 2010 

BUILDING INSPECTOR GILBERT L TUCK 

ROAD AGENT : WAYNE ROBINSON 

WELFARE ADMINISTRATOR: SUE BENOIT 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT: JULIE STEVENS 

HEALTH OFFICER: L MARK REINER, MD 

JAMES KRISHER, MD, DEPUTY 

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT: 

DONALD TILBE, DIRECTOR 
CAROLE BELLIVEAU, DEPUTY 

BRENTWOOD PLANNING BOARD: 

BRUCE STEVENS, CHAIRMAN 2010 

CHARLES PRATT 2009 

JOHN KENNEDY 2009 

ROBERT ROSSMAN 2008 

ROBERT MAGNUSSON 2008 

KATHY ST HILAIRE, ALT 2008 

DOUG BRENNER 2010 

KEVIN JOHNSTON SELECTMEN'S REP 

BRENTWOOD FIRE DEPARTMENT: 

KEVIN LEMOINE, CHIEF 

GARY RAYMOND, DEPUTY CHIEF 

JOSEPH BIRD, DEPUTY CHIEF 

LIBRARY TRUSTEES: 

JAMES CLARK 2009 

MERRILL DWYER 2008 

LYNN AUSTIN 2008 

ROBERT GILBERT 2009 

TRACY WALDRON 20 1 



4 th OF JULY COMMITTEE 

JANE BYRNE PHYLLIS THOMPSON 

WAYNE ROBINSON 

LIBRARY: 

MARILYN MOREHEAD, HEAD LIBRARIAN 
JOYCE MILLER, CHILDREN'S LIBRARIAN 
ASHLEY SWASEY, LIBRARIAN ASSISTANT 
NICOLE REED, LIBRARIAN ASSISTANT 
SUE SUTCH, LIBRARIAN ASSISTANT 
PHOEBE WALDRON, LIBRARY PAGE 

ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT: 

MICHAEL HUREAU, CHAIRMAN 2009 

RICHARD ROWE 2009 

PETER GODrNO 2008 

ROBERT GILBERT 2008 

RICHARD ZACHER, ALT 2008 

SEAN PLNE, ALT 2008 



POLICE OFFICERS: 

WAYNE ROBINSON, CHIEF ANDREW ARTFMOVICH 

DAVID ROY, LT JOSEPH GORDON 

HORACE WOOD, SGT JOSHUA TURNER 

RANDAL FROTTON, SGT STEVE ARKELL, ACO 
BRETT WELLS 
JESSE PFMENTAL 
DEREK FRANEK 
CHRISTPNE BELANGER, SECRETARY 

CONSERVATION COMMISSION: 

JON ELLIS, CHAIR 2009 

REID BUNKER, ALT 2008 

JODY KAUFMAN 2008 

DOUGLAS COWPE 2008 

HEATHER DUDLEY-TATMAN 2008 

VICTOR SCHMALZER, ALT 2008 

HEATHER GILBERT 2009 

RAYMOND JONES 2010 

ROB WOFCHUCK, ALT 2010 



BRENTWOOD RECREATION COMMISSION: 

KATHY ST HIL AIRE, CHAIR 2010 

SETH CARR 2008 

CHRISTINE BELANGER 2008 

DEXTER SWASEY 2009 

JILL WHITEMAN 2009 



The State of New Hampshire 

To the Inhabitants of the Town of Brentwood in the County of Rockingham in said State, 
qualified to vote in Town affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Brentwood Community Center in said Brentwood 
on Tuesday, the 1 1 th of March, 2008 at 8:00 of the clock in the forenoon, to act upon the 
following: 

1 . To choose all necessary town officers for the year ensuing. 

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2. To vote on proposed changes/ additions to the Brentwood Zoning and Land 
Use Ordinances. (A copy of the proposed changes is posted at the Town 
Office Building) 

3. Shall we adopt the provisions of RSA 40:13 (known as SB 2) to allow official 
ballot voting on all issues before the Town of Brentwood on the second 
Tuesday of March. 

Given by our hands and seal this /f day of February, in the year of Our Lord 
Two Thousand and Eight. 

We hereby certify that we gave notice to the inhabitants within named, to meet at the 
time and place and for the purpose within mentioned, by posting up an attested copy of 
the within warrant at the place of meeting within named, and like attested copies at the 
Town Office Building, being a public place in said Town on the J.X day of 

February, 2008. 



^gfeg^£j^j^fg£ , Chairman 

WayfeStHilaire, 



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)avid Menter . 
Kevin Johnston 




OFFICIAL BALLOT 

TOWN OF BRENTWOOD, N.H. 

MARCH 11, 2008 

SELECTMAN FOR THREE YEARS: 
VOTE FOR TWO (2) 



TRUSTEES OF THE TRUST FUNDS FOR 
THREE YEARS: VOTE FOR ONE (1) 



PLANNING BOARD FOR THREE YEARS: 
VOTE FOR TWO (2) 



ROBERT AMTHOR 



□ 



CEMETERY TRUSTEE FOR THREE YEARS: 
VOTE FOR ONE (1) 



ROBERT MAGNUSSON 



□ 



ALBERT EDWARD BELANGER □ 



SUPERVISOR OF THE CHECKLIST FOR 
SIX YEARS: VOTE FOR ONE (1) 



MARTHA D. CLARK 



□ 



MODERATOR FOR TWO YEARS: 
VOTE FOR ONE (1) 



RICHARD CHAMBERLAIN 



□ 



LIBRARY TRUSTEE FOR THREE YEARS: 



VOTE FOR TWO (2) 

MERRIL DWYER 
MARC WILSON 



□ 
□ 



TREASURER FOR TWO YEARS: 
VOTE FOR ONE (1) 



JONATHAN ELLIS 



□ 



QUESTION #1 

" SHALL WE ADOPT THE PROVISIONS 
OF RSA 40:13 (KNOWN AS SB2 ) TO 
ALLOW OFFICIAL BALLOT VOTING ON 



MUNICIPAL BUDGET COMMITTEE FOR 
THREE YEARS: VOTE FOR TWO (2) 
JANE BYRNE □ 



ALL ISSUES BEFORE THE TOWN OF 
BRENTWOOD ON THE SECOND 
TUES OF MARCH ?" 



ROBERT MANTEGARI 



□ 



YES 



□ 



NO 



□ 



Zoning Amendments for 2008 Town Meeting Ballot 



1. Are you in favor of the adopting Amendment number 1 for the Zoning Ordinance 

as proposed by the Planning Board and recommended by Brentwood Conservation 
Commission to include language in the Wetlands Protection District as follows: 

Prime wetlands have been delineated in accordance with RSA 482-A:15 for the town in 
a study entitled, "Town of Brentwood Prime Wetlands Study and Mapping by West 
Environmental, Inc and dated December, 2007. 



YES 



No 



2. Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment number 2 for the Zoning 

Ordinance as proposed by the Planning Board to amend Article IV, 4.1, D by adding a 
new section 3. to read as follows: 

3. Western side of Pine Road north of the PSNH power lines and south of NH 
Route 27. 

The land located on the westerly side of Pine Road, north of the PSNH power 
lines and south of NH Route 27 is all zoned Commercial / Industrial. These 
properties include map 203 lots 34, 35 and 36; map 204 lots 19, 20, 
21,22,23,24,25,26,27 and 28; and map 205 lots 8,9,10 and 11. 



YES 



No 



3. Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment number 3 for the Zoning 

Ordinance as proposed by the Planning Board to amend Article IV, Section 4.1, 1.D. by 
adding a new paragraph 3 to read as follows: 

The property added to tax map and lots 205.002 and 205.005 by lot line 
adjustment approved by the Planning Board in 2007 is zoned 
Commercial/Industrial. 



YES 



No 



4. Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment number 4 for the Zoning 

Ordinance as proposed by the Planning Board to amend Article V, 5.5., paragraph 5 by 
adding the following at the end of the existing section: 

The requirements of ENV-WS 1014.06 for sloping sites are incorporated 

YES No 



5. Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment number 5 for the Zoning 
Ordinance as proposed by the Planning Board to amend Article IX by adding a new 
section 5 in section 9.13 to incorporate a description of the ZBA's authority to review and 
grant equitable waivers, to read as follows: 

EQUITABLE WAIVER OF DIMENSIONAL REQUIREMENT: 

When a lot or other division of land, or structure thereupon, is discovered to be in 
violation of a physical layout or dimensional requirement imposed by a zoning 
ordinance enacted pursuant to RSA 674:16, the Zoning Board of Adjustment 
shall, upon application by and with the burden of proof on the property owner, 
grant an Equitable Waiver from the requirement, if and only if the board makes all 
of the following finding: 

a. The violation was not noticed or discovered until after a structure in violation 

had been substantially completed, 
or until after a lot had been subdivided by conveyance. 

b. The violation was not an outcome of ignorance of the law, or 
ordinance, failure to inquire, obfuscation, misrepresentation, or bad 
faith, but was instead caused by either a good faith error in 
measurement or calculation, or by an error in ordinance 
interpretation or applicability made by a municipal official. 

c. The physical or dimensional violation does not constitute a public or 
private nuisance, or diminish the value of other property in the 
area, or interfere with any future uses of such property. 

d. Due to the degree of construction or investment, the cost of 
correction so far outweighs any public benefit to be gained, that it 
would be inequitable to require the violation to be corrected. 

YES I I No I 



THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

To the Inhabitants of the Town of Brentwood in the County of Rockingham in said State, 
qualified to vote in Town affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet at Swasey Central School in said Brentwood on 
Thursday, March 13, 2008 at 7:00 p.m. to vote on the following subjects: 

1 . Recommended by the Selectmen and the Budget Committee. 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Two Million One 
Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($2,150,000) for the purpose of constructing a new 
fire station and to authorize the issuance of $2,150,000 of bonds or notes in 
accordance with the provisions of the Municipal Finance Act (RSA 33) and to 
authorize the Board of Selectmen to issue and negotiate such bonds or notes and to 
determine the rate of interest thereon. 
(2/3 ballot vote required) 

2. Recommended by the Selectmen and the Budget Committee. 

To see of the Town will vote to raise and appropriate One Thousand Five Hundred 
Dollars ($1,500) to provide funding to Lamprey Health Care. (Majority vote 
required). 

3. Recommended by the Selectmen and the Budget Committee. 

To see if the Town will vote to make repairs to the Grange Hall and to raise and 
appropriate the sum of Twenty-Five Thousand Dollars ($25,000) for this purpose. 
(Majority vote required). 

4. Recommended by the Selectmen and the Budget Committee. 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Twenty Thousand 
Dollars ($20,000) to be added to the existing Capital Reserve Fund for the repair of 
town bridges. (Majority vote required). 

5. Recommended by the Selectmen and the Budget Committee. 

To see if the Town will vote to repair roads and to raise and appropriate the sum of 
Two Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($250,000) for this purpose. 
(Majority vote required). 



6. Recommended by the Selectmen and the Budget Committee. 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Fifty Thousand 
Dollars ($50,000) to be added to the existing Capital Reserve Fund for the purchase 
of highway vehicles and related equipment. (Majority vote required). 

7. Recommended by the Selectmen and the Budget Committee. 

To see if the Town will vote to fund a mosquito control program and to raise and 
appropriate the sum of Thirty Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($30,500) for this 
purpose. (Majority vote required). 

8. Recommended by the Selectmen and the Budget Committee. 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Thirty-Five 
Thousand Dollars ($35,000) for the purchase of the Lindon Ball Field parcel 
including associated surveying and closing costs. (Majority vote required). 

9. To see if the Town will vote to change the office of town Treasurer from an 
elected position to an appointed position per RSA 41 :26-e. Such appointment shall 
be made in accordance with RSA 669: 1 7-d by the Board of Selectmen. Such 
appointment shall be made in writing and shall include the compensation to be paid. 
(Majority vote required). 

1 0. To see if the Town will vote to discontinue the Fire Department Refurbish Fire 
and Rescue Vehicles Capital Reserve Fund established in 1999. Said funds, with 
accumulated interest to date of withdrawal, are to be transferred to the Town's 
General Fund. (Majority vote required). 

1 1 . Recommended by the Selectmen and the Budget Committee. 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate Three Thousand Seven Hundred 
Fifty Four Dollars ($3,754) to be added to the existing capital reserve fund for the 
Repair and Replacement of Dry Hydrants and Water Supply Systems. 
(Majority vote required). 

12. To see if the Town will vote to change the purpose of an exiting Fire Department 
Repair and Replacement of Dry Hydrants and Water Supply Systems Capital Reserve 
Fund to the Installation, Repair, and Replacement of Dry Hydrants and Water Supply 
Systems Capital Reserve Fund. (2/3 vote required). 

13. Recommended by the Selectmen and the Budget Committee. 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Fifty Thousand 
Dollars ($50,000) to be added to the existing capital reserve fund for the replacement 
of fire and rescue vehicles. (Majority vote required). 



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14. To see if the Town will vote to change the purpose of an existing Fire 
Department Replacement of Fire and Rescue Vehicles Capital Reserve Fund to the 
Purchase of Fire and Rescue Vehicles and Related Equipment Capital Reserve Fund. 
(2/3 vote required). 

15. Not Recommended by the Selectmen or the Budget Committee. 

To see if the Town will vote to purchase a 4x4 utility truck and related equipment for 
the Fire Department and to raise and appropriate the sum of Forty Thousand Dollars 
($40,000) for this purpose. (Majority vote required). 

16. To see if the Town will vote to raise the Budget Committee recommended sum of 
Two Million Seven Hundred Four Thousand Nine Hundred Sixty-Five Dollars 
($2,704,965) for general municipal operations. The Selectmen recommend Two 
Million Seven Hundred Twelve Thousand Seven Hundred Eighty-One Dollars 
($2,712,781). This article does not include special or individual articles addressed. 

17. Recommended by the Selectmen and the Budget Committee 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Three Hundred 
Twenty-Five Thousand Dollars ($325,000) for the reconstruction of the Crawley Falls 
Bridge; and to authorize the selectmen to accept and expend federal or state aid, or 
both, as may be available and to do all things necessary to carry out the purposes of 
this appropriation. 
(Majority vote required). 

18. Submitted by Petition: 

To see if the Town will vote to approve the following resolution to be forwarded to 

our State Representatives, our State Senator and our Governor: 

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

19. To hear reports and recommendations of all committees and to take any action. 

20. To transact any other business that may legally come before the Town. 



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Given under our hands and seal this / / day of February, Two Thousand Eight. 



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Brentwood 



We hereby certify that we gave notice to the Inhabitants within named, to meet at the 
time and place and for the purposes within mentioned, by posting an attested copy of the 
within warrant at the place of meeting within named, and like attested copy at the Town 
Office Building, being a public place in the Town on the dt^ nii day of February, 
2008. 




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Kevin Johnston 
Jeffrey Bryar 



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Report of Town Meeting 
March 15,2007 



At a legal meeting of the inhabitants of the Town of Brentwood in the County of 
Rockingham, State of New Hampshire, qualified to vote in town affairs, held at Swasey 
Central School on Thursday March 15,2007 at 7:00PM the following business was 
conducted. 

Meeting called to order at 7:10PM by Moderator Richard Chamberlain. The pledge of 
allegiance was led by the Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts of Brentwood. The Moderator 
asked for a moment of remembrance for Martin Lindon and Norman Locke who recently 
died. 

The results of Tuesday's election were read, by Moderator Richard Chamberlain. 

A motion was made and duly seconded to waive the reading of the warrant. Motion 
passed by voice vote. 

Article #1. A motion was made by Robert Gilbert and duly seconded to see if the Town 
will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Two Million Three Hundred Thirteen 
Thousand Eight Hundred Dollars ($2,313,800.) for the purpose of constructing a new fire 
station and to authorize the issuance of $2,313,800 of bonds or notes in accordance with 
the provisions of the Municipal Finance Act (RSA 33) and to authorize the Board of 
Selectmen to issue and negotiate such bonds or notes and to determine the rate of interest 
thereon. (2/3 ballot vote required). A motion was made by Karen Drapaniotis and duly 
seconded to close debate. Motion passed by voice vote. The polls open at 8:20PM. 

Moderator resumed meeting while polls remained open. 

Article #2. A motion was made by Victor Schmalzer and duly seconded to see if the 
Town will vote to extend the expiration date of the $2,000,000 original bonding authority 
(of which $740,000 already has been expended) granted to the Selectmen for the purpose 
of acquiring conservation land via Article #1 at the March 13,2003 annual town meeting 
from the conclusion of fiscal year 2007 to the conclusion of fiscal year 2009. (requires 
majority vote for passage) A motion was made by Elizabeth Faria and duly seconded to 
close debate. The motion to close debate passed by voice vote. Motion passed by 
majority show of hands. 

Article #3. A motion was made by David Menter and duly seconded to see if the Town 
will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Twenty-nine Thousand Nine Hundred 
Dollars ($29,900) to fund a mosquito control program. Roger Brown moved the question. 
Motion passed by voice vote. Voice vote was too close to call. Hand count was held. 
Motion passed 

Yes 140 No 73 



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Article #4. A motion was made by Kevin Johnston and duly seconded to see if the Town 
will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Ten Thousand Dollars($ 10,000) to fund a 
Prime Wetlands Survey. Motion passed by voice vote. 

Article #5. A motion was made by Wayne ST.Hilaire and duly seconded to see if the 
Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Twenty Thousand Dollars ($20,000) 
to be added to the existing Capital Reserve fund for the repair of town bridges. Motion 
passed by voice vote. 

Article #6. A motion was made by Wayne St. Hilaire and duly seconded to see if the 
Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of One Hundred and Fifty Thousand 
Dollars ($150,000) for the purpose of road repairs. Motion passed by voice vote. 

Article #7. A motion was made by Victor Schmalzer to see if the Town will vote to raise 
and appropriate the sum of Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000) to be added to the existing 
Capital Reserve fund for the repairs and replacement of dry hydrants and water supply 
systems. Motion passed by voice vote. 

Article #8. A motion was made by David Menter and duly seconded to see if the Town 
will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Thirty Thousand Dollars ($30,000) to be 
added to the existing Capital Reserve fund for the purchase of highway vehicles and 
related equipment. Motion passed by voice vote. 

Article #9. A motion was made by Kevin Johnston and duly seconded to see if the Town 
will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Thirty Thousand Dollars ($30,000) to be 
added to the existing Capital Reserve fund for the purpose of replacing fire and rescue 
vehicles. Motion passed by voice vote. 

Article #10. A motion was made by Robert Gilbert and duly seconded to see if the Town 
will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Three Thousand Dollars($3,000) to be added 
to the existing Expendable Trust Fund known as "Library Maintenance Fund" for the 
purpose of funding long term and /or unexpected maintenance/repairs projects of the 
Library building and grounds. Motion passed by voice vote. 

Article #11. A motion was made by Wayne StHilaire and duly seconded to see if the 
Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Two Million Five Hundred Fifty Two 
Thousand, Six Hundred Ninety-Six Dollars($2, 552,696) for general municipal 
operations. This article does not include special or individual articles addressed. Motion 
passed by voice vote. 



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Article #12. A motion was made by Kevin Johnston and duly seconded to see if the Town 
shall modify the provisions of RSA 72:39-b for the Elderly Exemptions from property tax 
in the Town of Brentwood based on assessed value, for qualified taxpayers, to be as 
follows: 

For a person 65 years of age up to 75 years $70,000 

For a person 75 years of age up to 85 years $85,000 

For a person 80 years of age or older $98,000 

To qualify, the person must have been a NH resident for at least 3 consecutive years, own 
the real estate individually or jointly, or ,if the real estate is owned by such person's 
spouse, they must have been married for least 5 consecutive years. In addition, the 
taxpayer must have a net income of not more than $25,000 or, if married, a combined net 
income of less than $37,000; and own net assets not in excess of $85,000 excluding the 
value of the person's residence. A motion was made by Paul Robinson and duly seconded 
to correct the typing error, from 85 years to 80. Amendment passed by voice vote. Main 
motion as amended passed by voice vote. 

Article # 13. A motion was made by Robert Gilbert and duly seconded to see if the Town 
will vote to amend the revolving fund established in 2006 pursuant to RSA 31:95-h for 
the purpose of ambulance services. Said funds may be expended for the purchase of an 
ambulance, medical and rescue equipment. Repairs and maintenance to ambulance, 
medical and rescue equipment, medial supplies, ambulance billing, employee medical 
services, medical and rescue equipment maintenance contracts, pay to personnel for 
ambulance coverage. Medical training costs, all associated ambulance services Motion 
Passed by voice vote. 

Moderator Richard Chamberlain declared the polls closed at 9:20 PM. The results of 
Article #1. were read Yes 177 No 114 Article #1 failed to receive 2/3 

of the vote. 

A motion was made by Lynn Austin and duly seconded to amend Article #1 to 1.9 
million. Motion failed by voice vote. A motion was made by Elizabeth Faria and duly 
seconded to restrict reconsideration of Article #1 . Motion passed by voice vote 

Article # 14. A motion was made by Victor Schmalzer and duly seconded to see if the 
Town will go on record in support of effective actions by the President and the Congress 
to address the issue of climate change which is increasingly harmful to the environment 
and economy of New Hampshire and to future well being of the people of Brentwood. 

These actions include: 

• Establishment of a national program requiring reductions of U.S. 
greenhouse gas emissions while protecting the U.S. economy. 

• Creation of major national research initiative to foster rapid development 
of sustainable energy technologies thereby stimulating new jobs and 
investment. 



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In addition, the Town of Brentwood encourages New Hampshire citizens to work for 
emission reductions within their communities, and we ask our Selectmen to consider the 
appointment of a voluntary energy committee to recommend local steps to save energy 
and reduce emissions. 

The record of the vote on this article shall be transmitted to the New Hampshire 
Congressional Delegation, to the President of the United States, and to declared 
candidates for those offices. Motion passed by hand count. 

Yes 100 No 77 

Article #15. A motion was made by Wayne ST.Hilaire and duly seconded to have the 
taxpayers present vote as to which type of waste collection they want implemented when 
the current contract expires on 06/30 /08. Permission was given to Olive Tash to speak. 

* Current system 

* Automated system 

* Hybrid system 
*PAYT(pay as you throw) 

Current system was favored by the voters. 

Article #16. A motion was made by David Menter and duly seconded to see if the Town 
will vote to discontinue the following Capital Reserve Funds which have zero balances: 

*CR for revaluation. . .established in 1989 

*CR for repairs to South Road... established in 1989 

*CR for bridge repairs. . .established in 1989 (we currently have another CR 
for this use) 

*CR for ambulance... established in 1991 

*CR for sander... established in 1991 

*CR for mini pumper/forestry... established in 1991 

*CR for cruiser... established in 1991 

*CR for cruiser. . .established in 1992 

*CR for highway shed. . .established in 1993 

*CR for highway vehicles... established in 1993 (we currently have another 
CR for this use) 

*CR for highway vehicles... established in 1994 

*CR for cruiser. . .established in 1996 

*CR for expansion of library. . .established in 1999 

*CR for cruiser. . .established in 2000. 
Motion passed by voice vote. 

Article #17 Wayne St.Hilaire thanked Robert Gilbert for all his work as Selectman and 
as clerk of the works for the new Brentwood Community Center. 

Mary Clancey wanted to thank the Fire Department, Building Committee, 
Selectmen, and the Budget committee for all their hard work in trying to obtain a fire 
station for Brentwood. 

Albert Belanger spoke to the value of having Town Meeting verses SB2. 



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.Article #18. James McGean volunteers to drive our veterans to the VA Hospital or 
wherever they need to go for treatment. He would like to take a minute of prayer or 
silence to thank our veterans. 

JoAnne Allison would like to see the yearly progress report in the town 
report, not just state that the children are doing adequately. 

David Abusamra wanted to know if the town has recourse for uncollected 
taxes. He also thanked all the volunteers who served on different boards for nothing. 

Albert Belanger requested that the official record show we adjourned this 
Town Meeting in memory of Norman Locke and Martin Lindon and also the brave 
women and men in the Armed Service. A motion to adjourn and seconded was made by 
Albert Belanger at 10:22PM Motion passed by voice vote. 

^sp^ctfully Submitted, 

%yflJ^Thompson, Town Clerk 



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~ANNUAL TOWN ELECTION 
BRENTWOOD, NEW HAMPSHIRE 
MARCH 13, 2007 



TOWN CLERK 



INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS 

A. TO VOTE, completely fill in the OVAL to the RIGHT of your choice (s) like this: m 

B. Follow directions as to the number of candidates to be marked for each office. 

C. To vote for a person whose name is not printed on the ballot, write the candidate's name on 
the line provided and completely fill in the OVAL. 



SELECTMAN 



VOTE FOR NOT 
FOR THREE YEARS MORE THAN ONE 



JEFF BRYAN 



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CEMETERY TRUSTEE 



FOR THREE YEARS 



VOTE FOR NOT 
MORE THAN ONE 



JOSEPH PAGNANI J./j- O 
JOHN STEVENS 4/^ O 

(Write-in) O 



LIBRARY TRUSTEE 



FOR THREE YEARS 



VOTE FOR NOT 
MORE THAN ONE 



TRACY WALDRON fffo O 

(Write-in) - ©- 



MUNICIPAL BUDGET 
COMMITTEE 



FOR THREE YEARS 



VOTE FOR NOT 
MORE THAN TWO 



KEN R. CHRISTIANSEN fjij O 

ELYSE GALLO SEELEY^ 3 O 

(Write-in) O 

(Write-in) O 



MUNICIPAL BUDGET 
COMMITTEE 



FOR TWO YEARS 



VOTE FOR NOT 
. MORE THAN ONE 



WILLIAM C. FARIA ^/f O 



(Write-in) CD 



PLANNING BOARD 



VOTE FOR NOT 
FOR THREE YEARS MORE THAN TWO 



DOUGLAS BRENNER, ^59 O 

RICHARD NEELY ^3 O 

BRUCE STEVENS ,579 O 

(Write-in) O 

(Write-in) O 



TRUSTEE OF THE 
TRUST FUNDS 



FOR THREE YEARS 



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MORE THAN ONE 



EUGENE ORCUTT £gfi 



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'SHALL WE ADOPT THE PROVISIONS OF RSA 40:13 (KNOWN AS SB 2) TO ALLOW OFFICIAL BALLOT 
VOTING ON ALL ISSUES BEFORE THE TOWN OF BRENTWOOD ON THE SECOND TUESDAY OF 

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#1. Are you in favor of the adoption of the following amendment to the Town of Brentwood zoning ordinance as 


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Add a new paragraph 3 to Article V, Section 5.3, 6., A., to read as follows: 

3. Temporary off-site signs for non-profit, charitable or civic groups or events do not require a sign permit Q^b S 
but must be located in a safe manner. The maximum size for any off-site sign is 32 square feet. Off-site yFS ( — ) 
signs shall be allowed for no more than thirty (30) days before an event and must be removed no more 
than seven (7) days after the event. NO, €J9[ v 


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#2. Are you in favor of the adoption of the following amendment to the Town of Brentwood zoning ordinance as 
proposed by the Planning Board? 

Add a new paragraph at section 5.5 Requirement for Siting Septic Systems by adding the following state- 
ment at the end of the paragraph: s~&&" 

The final plan shall include a note listing all waivers or variances to Town Regulations/ordinances grant- ypc ( — ) 

ed in relation to the plan. In those situations where no waivers or variances are granted the note should 

read "No Town waivers or variances required". NO f£f*} 


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#3. Are you in favor of the adoption of the following amendment to the Town of Brentwood zoning ordinance as ypc t — ) 
proposed by the Planning Board? C^> > 

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Amend the Town Center District 1 to include all of tax map 216.052. j <^b 7\ 


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INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTEKS 
1. To Vote. Make a cross X in the 
square to the right of your choice. For 
each office vote for not more than the 
number of candidates stated in the 
sentence: "Vote for not more than 

." If you vote for more than the 

stated number of candidates, your vote 
for that office will not be counted. 
2. To Vote by Write-in. 
To vote for a person whose name is not 
printed on the ballot, write in the name 
of the person in the "write-in" space. 
Malce a cross X in the square to the 
right of your choice. 



For State Representative 
Vote for not more than ONE: 



REPUBLICAN 



DEMOCRATIC 



RICHARD CALANTON10, JR. D 



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"DON" PETTERSON 



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TOTAL NUMBER OF NAMES ON CHECKLIST 2489 
REGULAR BALLOTS CAST 620 

ABSENTEE BALLOTS CASR 40 



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SPECIAL ELECTION 



NOVEMBER 13, 2007 

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Secretary of Slate 



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2007 
STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATIONS 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT: 




BOARD OF SELECTMEN 


15,440 


TOWN ADMINISTRATION 


86,182 


TOWN MEETING 


2,852 


TOWN CLERK 


51,959 


VOTER REGISTRATION 


5,202 


ACCOUNTrNG/AUDITING 


40,667 


TAX COLLECTION 


54,959 


TREASURY 


8,041 


DATA PROCESSING 


16,451 


BUDGET COMMITTEE 


1,410 


REVALUATION OF PROPERTY 


36,300 


LEGAL EXPENSES 


31,501 


PLANNING BOARD 


78,455 


ZBA 


2,584 


GEN.GOVT. BUILDINGS 


47,428 


GENERAL GOVERNMENT 


31,199 


CEMETERIES 


7,727 


INSURANCE 


72,500 


REGIONAL ASSOC. 


2,846 


POLICE DEPARTMENT 


529,764 


FIRE DEPARTMENT 


237,338 


LOSS COMMITTEE 


1,200 


CODE ENFORCEMENT 


36,664 


EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 


3,803 


ROAD MAINTENANCE 


302,456 


SNOW REMOVAL 


75,101 


STREET LIGHTING 


420 


SOLID WASTE COLLECTION 


140,006 


SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL 


105,000 


ANIMAL CONTROL 


5,790 


HEALTH AGENCIES 


19,647 


HEALTH OFFICER 


300 


GENERAL ASSISTANCE 


8,750 


PARKS/RECREATION 


36,098 


LIBRARY 


162,844 


CONSERVATION COMM. 


36,160 


DEBT SERVICE 


158,221 


DEBT SERVICE 


1 


CONTINGENCIES 


89,430 


MATCHING FUNDS/GRANTS 


10,000 


TOTAL OPERATING BUDGET 


$2,552,696 



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STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATIONS, 2008 (Cont'd) 



WARRANT ARTICLES: 

MOSQUITO CONTROL 29,900 

PRIME WETLANDS SURVEY 10,000 

CR BRIDGE REPAIRS 20,000 

ROAD REPAIRS 150,000 

CR WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS 1 0,000 

CR HIGHWAY EQUIPMENT 30,000 

CR REPLACE FD VEH/EQUIPMENT 30,000 

EXPENDABLE TRUST FUND 3,000 

TOTAL WARRANT ARTICLES 282,900 



TOTAL BUDGET $2,835,596 



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2007 SUMMARY INVENTORY OF VALUATION 

LAND, IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED 185,346,807 

RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS 263,525,900 

COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS 38,562,315 

MANUFACTURED HOUSING 1,986,400 

PUBLIC UTILITIES, ELECTRIC 12,318,751 

VALUATION BEFORE EXEMPTIONS 501,740,173 

LESS EXEMPTIONS 1,116,900 

NET VALUATION ON WHICH TAX RATE IS COMPUTED 500,623.273 

MINUS PUBLIC UTILITIES 12,318,751 

NET VALUATION WITHOUT UTILITIES ON WHICH TAX RATE 

FOR STATE EDUCATION TAX IS COMPUTED 488,304,522 



2007 TAX RATE 



MUNICIPAL RATE 3.00 

COUNTY RATE .89 

LOCAL SCHOOL RATE 14.30 

STATE SCHOOL RATE 2.23 

TAX RATE 20.42 

POPULATION 4129 



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SCHEDULE OF TOWN PROPERTY AS OF 12/31/07 



TOWN OFFICE BUILDING 

(Includes PD contents) 
HIGHWAY SHED 



GRANGE MUSEUM 



LIBRARY 



SWASEY CENTRAL SCHOOL 



POLICE DEPARTMENT 
FIRE DEPARTMENT 

BRENTWOOD COMM CENTER 



LAND 

BUILDING 

CONTENTS 

LAND 

BUILDING 

CONTENTS 

EQUIPMENT 

LAND 

BUILDING 

CONTENTS 

LAND 

BUILDING 

CONTENTS 

LAND 

BUILDING 

CONTENTS 

EQUIPMENT 

EQUIPMENT 

CONTENTS 

LAND 

BUILDING 

CONTENTS 



227,300 
556,000 
244,054 
154,400 
151,200 

76,278 
488,211 

93,800 
215,800 

25,000 
136,400 
1,050,200 
983,691 
433,200 
4,101,300 
773,200 
150,000 
705,848 
298,733 
365,700 
448,888 

59,742 



TOWN CEMETERY 215. 
SCRABBLE ROAD 209 
OFF ROUTE 125 
RTE 125 
MIDDLE ROAD 
MIDDLE ROAD 
RIVERSIDE DRIVE 
MIDDLE ROAD 
PRESCOTT ROAD 
REAR, OLD DANVILLE 
PEABODY DRIVE 220 
LYFORD LANE 
SOUTH ROAD 
MIDDLE ROAD 
PICKPOCKET RD 
OFF ROUTE 125 
ROBINSON ST 
OFF SOUTH ROAD 
MIDDLE ROAD 
SOUTH ROAD 
HAIGH ROAD 



216. 
216 
211. 

215. 

224. 
217. 
207 



208 
222 
217 
213 
216 
214 
222 
215 
222 
214 



021 
025 
030 
.032 
023 
002 
062 
111 
.042 

RD 224.040 
001 
,055 
.001 
.103 

.030.001 
.030 
050 
.008 
.022 
.046 
117 



LAND 
LAND 
LAND 
LAND 
LAND 
LAND 
LAND 
LAND 
LAND 
LAND 
LAND 
LAND 
LAND 
LAND 
LAND 
LAND 
LAND 
LAND 
LAND 
LAND 
LAND 



146,800 

130,500 

83,400 

173,300 

130,800 

150,300 

92,100 

236,100 

15,300 

20,500 

144,700 

150,500 

190,100 

187,800 

99,700 

83,400 

172,200 

76,400 

22,100 

295,200 

123,000 



TOTAL 



$14,463,145 



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FINANCIAL REPORT 
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2007 

ASSETS 

CASH ON HAND 12/31/07 $5,134,085.34 

UNREDEEMED TAXES 

LEVY OF 2006 113,100.20 

LEVY OF 2005 23,887.17 

LEVY OF 2004 2,549.71 

139,537.08 
UNCOLLECTED TAXES AS OF 12/31/07 576,367.56 

TOTAL ASSETS $5,849,989.98 

LIABILITIES 

ACCOUNTS OWED BY THE TOWN: 



SAU#16 


1,569,023. 


DISTRICT 


1,944,767. 


ENCUMBERED FUNDS: 




WD Landfill Fees 


11,000. 


PB Contract for work 


3,000. 


Rec Ground Maint. 


1,003. 


CC Easement audits 


1,500. 



TOTAL LIABILITIES $3,530,293.00 



CURRENT SURPLUS $2,3 1 9,696.98 



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Page 000001 



ACTUAL S BUDGETED EXPENSES & ENCUMBRANCE 
Report Sequence = Fund or Acct Group 
Account = First thru Last; Mask = ii-illfi.if-iii 
Level of Detail = DEPARTMENT; Level = 9 



Fund: GENERAL FUND 



Account Number 



Period: January 2007 to December 2001 



Account Name 



Current Year Period Current Year Balance Percent 

Budgeted Expenditures Expenditures Encumbrances Remaining Left 



OPERATING BUDGET 

4130.10 BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

4130.20 TOWN ADMINISTRATION 

4130.30 TOWN MEETING 

4140.10 TOWN CLERK 

4140.20 VOTER REGISTRATION 

4150.10 ACCOUNTING 4 AUDITING 

4150.40 TAX COLLECTION 

4150.50 TREASURY 

4150.60 DATA PROCESSING 

4150.90 BUDGET COMMITTEE 

4152.10 REVALUATION OF PROPERTY 

4153.10 LEGAL EXPENSE 

4191.10 PLANNING BOARD 

4191.20 ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 

4194.10 GENERAL GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS 

4194.20 GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

4195.10 CEMETERIES 

4196.10 INSURANCE NOT OTHERWISE ALLOCATED 

4197.10 ADVERTISING AND REGIONAL ASSOCIATION 

4210.10 POLICE DEPARTMENT 

4215.10 AMBULANCE 

4220.10 FIRE DEPARTMENT 

4225.10 LOSS COMMITTEE 

4240.10 CODE ENFORCEMENT 

4290.10 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 

SUB TOTAL HIGHWAY 



15440.00 


15268.43 


15268.43 


86182.00 


79507.46 


79507.46 


2852.00 


2717.50 


2717.50 


51959.00 


51542.55 


51542.55 


5202.00 


5210.67 


5210.67 


40667.00 


40551.23 


40551.23 


54959.00 


53862.26 


53862.26 


8041.00 


8041.44 


8041.44 


16451.00 


16985.28 


16985.28 


1410.00 


760.12 


760.12 


36300.00 


36102.00 


36102.00 


31501.00 


22239.60 


22239.60 


78455.00 


72224.05 


72224.05 


2584.00 


1293.91 


1293.91 


47428.00 


46300.37 


46300.37 


31199.00 


28778.02 


28778.02 


7727.00 


7656.67 


7656.67 


72500.00 


74609.75 


74609.75 


2846.00 


2846.04 


2846.04 


529764.00 


541940.97 


541940.97 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


237338.00 


225486.59 


225486.59 


1200.00 


322.50 


322.50 


36664.00 


22566.72 


22566.72 


3803.00 


1490.04 


1490.04 



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00 
00 
00 
00 
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171.57 

6674.54 
134.50 
416.45 
(8.67) 
115.77 
1096.74 
(0.44) 
(534.28) 
649.88 
198.00 
9261.40 
6230.95 
1290.09 
1127.63 
2420.98 
70.33 
(2109.75) 
(0.04) 
(12176.97) 
0.00 
11851.41 
877.50 
14097.28 
2312.96 



1.11 

7.74 

4.72 

0.80 

(0.17) 

0.28 

2.00 

(0.01) 

(3.25) 

46.09 

0.55 

29.40 

7.94 

49.93 

2.38 

7.76 

0.91 

(2.91) 

0.00 

(2.30) 

0.00 

4.99 

73.13 

38.45 

60.82 



J312.20 ROAD MAINTENANCE 
1312 . 50 SNOW PLOWING/REMOVAL 

"TOTAL* 



SUB TOTAL HIGHWAY 



4316.10 STREET LIGHTING 

4323.10 SOLID WASTE COLLECTION 

4324.10 SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL 

4414.10 ANIMAL CONTROL 

4415.10 HEALTH AGENCIES & HOSPITALS 

4419.10 HEALTH OFFICE 

4440.10 GENERAL ASSISTANCE 

4520.10 PARKS AND RECREATION 



302456.00 


283383.25 


283383.25 


0.00 


19072.75 


6.31 


75101.00 


71078.89 


71078.89 


0.00 


4022.11 


5.36 


377557.00 


354462.14 


354462.14 


0.00 


23094.86 


6.12 


420.00 


402.94 


402.94 


0.00 


17.06 


4.06 


140006.00 


138568.60 


138568.60 


0.00 


1437.40 


1.03 


105000.00 


104373.71 


104373.71 


0.00 


626.29 


0.60 


5790.00 


2815.05 


2815.05 


0.00 


2974.95 


51.38 


19647.00 


19647.00 


19647.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


300.00 


250.00 


250.00 


0.00 


50.00 


16.67 


8750.00 


2989.78 


2989.78 


0.00 


5760.22 


65.83 


36098.00 


36018.15 


36018.15 


0.00 


79.85 


0.22 



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ACTUAL & BUDGETED EXPENSES S ENCUMBRANCE 

Report Sequence = Fund or Acct Group 

Account = First thru Last; Mask = ##-#### .##-### 

Level of Detail = DEPARTMENT; Level = 9 



Fund: GENERAL FUND 



Period: January 2007 to December 2007 





Current Year 


Period 


Current Year 




Balance 


Percent 


Account Number Account Name 


Budgeted 


Expenditures 


Expenditures 


Encumbrances 


Remaining 


Left 


4550.10 LIBRARY 


162844.00 


155530.44 


155530.44 


0.00 


7313.56 


4.49 


4611.10 CONSERVATION COMMISSION 


36160.00 


35578.44 


35578.44 


0.00 


581.56 


1.61 


4651.10 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


4711.10 DEBT SERVICE, NOTE 


158221.00 


156396.51 


156396.51 


0.00 


1824.49 


1.15 


4723.10 DEBT SERVICE 


1.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


1.00 


100.00 


4724.10 CONTINGENCIES 


99430.00 


25000.00 


25000.00 


0.00 


74430.00 


74.86 


**TOTAL** OPERATING BUDGET 


2552696.00 


2390336.93 


2390336.93 


0.00 


162359.07 


6.36 


4901.10 WARRANT ARTICLES 


282900.00 


280900.00 


280900.00 


0.00 


2000.00 


0.71 


**TOTAL** GENERAL FUND 


2835596.00 


2671236.93 


2671236.93 


0.00 


164359.07 


5.80 



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ACTUAL & BUDGETED EXPENSES S ENCUMBRANCE 

Report Sequence = Fund or Acct Group 

Account = 01-4901.10-390 thru 01-4916.10-960; Mask = ##-#### .##-### 

Level of Detail = OBJECT; Level = 9 



Fund: GENERAL FUND 



Period: January 2007 to December 2007 



Account Number 



Account Name 



Current Year Period Current Year Balance Percent 

Budgeted Expenditures Expenditures Encumbrances Remaining Left 



WARRANT ARTICLES 



01-4901.10-390 WA MOSQUITO CONTROL 

01-4901.10-391 WA WETLANDS SURVEY 

01-4901.10-730 WA COMPLETE BRC BLDG 

01-4901.30-710 BOND FOR LAND/PROPERTY ACQUIS. 

01-4901.50-390 WA CR FORESTRY PROGRAM 

01-4902.90-760 WA FRONT END LOADER 

01-4902.90-761 LEASE PURCHASE HIGHWAY EQUIP 

01-4902.90-762 WA PURCHASE AMBULANCE 

01-4903.10-721 WA BOND FOR FIRE STATION 

01-4909.10-730 WA CR BRIDGE REPAIRS 

01-4909.90-767 WA ROAD REPAIRS 

01-4910.80-740 FD RADIOS/PAGERS 

01-4911.90-392 WA NEW OUTLOOK 

01-4914.30-911 FD REVOLVING FUND 

01-4915.90-390 CR TAX MAPS 

01-4915.90-710 FD CR FIRE STATION STUDY 

01-4915.90-711 WA CR UNSCHEDULED MAINTENANCE 

01-4915.90-712 WA CR WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS 

01-4915.90-760 WA CR. POLICE CRUISERS 

01-4915.90-762 WA CR. RECYCLING FEES 

01-4915.90-766 WA CR DUMP TRUCK (S) /EQUIP 

01-4915.90-769 WA CR REPAIR/REFURB VEHICLES 

01-4915.90-771 WA CR TO REPLACE FD VEH/EQUIP 

01-4915.90-961 WA CR. AMBULANCE FEES 

01-4 915.90-962 WA CR BALLFIELD FACILITIES 

01-4916.10-960 LIBRARY EXPENDABLE TRUST FUND 

"TOTAL* * WARRANT ARTICLES 

"TOTAL** GENERAL FUND 



29900 


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27900 


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Plodzik & Sanderson 

Professional Association/Accountants & Auditors 
193 North Main Street » Concord . New Hampshire ■ 03301-5063 » 603-225-6996 « FAX-224-1380 



INDEPENDENT A UDITOR 'S REPOR T 



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

We have audited the accompanying financial statements of the governmental activities, the major fund and the aggregate remaining 
fund information of the Town of Brentwood as of and for the year ended December 31, 2006, which collectively comprise the Town's 
basic financial statements as listed in the table of contents. These financial statements are the responsibility of the Town's 
management. Our responsibility is to express opinions on the financial statements based on our audit. 

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

In our opinion, the financial statements referred to above present fairly, in all material respects, the respective financial position of the 
governmental activities, the major fund, and the aggregate remaining fund information of the Town of Brentwood as of December 3 1 , 
2006, and the respective changes in financial position thereof for the year then ended in conformity with accounting principles 
generally accepted in the United States of America. 

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

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




4 y&OMolfiA/i&IO 



October 26, 2007 



?■■) 



EXHIBIT A 

TOfVN OF BRENTWOOD, NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Statement of Net Assets 

December 31, 2006 



ASSETS 

Cash and cash equivalents 

Investments 

Intergovernmental receivable 

Other receivables, net of allowances for uncollectible 

Capital assets, not being depreciated: 

Land 
Capital assets, net of accumulated depreciation: 

Buildings and building improvements 

Equipment and vehicles 

Infrastructure 
Total assets 

LIABILITIES 

Accounts payable 
Intergovernmental payable 
Accrued interest payable 
Bond anticipation note payable 
Unearned revenue 
Noncurrent obligations: 
Due within one year: 
Bonds 

Capital lease 
Due in more than one year: 
Bonds 
Capital lease 

Total liabilities 

NET ASSETS 

Invested in capital assets, net of related debt 
Restricted for specific purposes 
Unrestricted 

Total net assets 



Governmental 
Activities 

$ 713,174 

4,800,461 

1,199 

703,817 

3,752,393 

1,811,401 

854,783 

1,084,012 

13,721,240 

3,806 

4,259,478 

31,545 

240,000 

2,229 



95,612 
12,567 

1,083,313 

41,406 

5,769,956 



6,269,691 

247,275 

1,434,318 

$ 7,951,284 



The notes to the basic financial statements are an integral part of this statement. 

30 



EXHIBIT B 
TOHW OF BRENTWOOD, NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Statement of Activities 
For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 2006 













Net (Expense) 






Charges 


Operating Grants, 


Capital 


Revenue and 






for 


Contributions 


Grants and 


Changes in 




Expenses 


Sendees 


and Interest 


Contributions 


Net Assets 


Governmental activities: 










Functions: 












General government 


$ 536,869 


$ 20,412 


$ 18,658 


$ 


$ (497,799) 


Public safety 


909,562 


103,503 


27,598 


- 


(778,461) 


Highways and streets 


306,794 


- 


93,421 


83,302 


(130,071) 


Sanitation 


232,461 


- 


- 


- 


(232,461) 


Health 


54,484 


- 


- 


- 


(54,484) 


Welfare 


4,251 


- 


- 


- 


(4,251) 


Culture and recreation 


273,408 


43,144 


- 


- 


(230,264) 


Conservation 


53,177 


- 


- 


119,878 


66,701 


Interest on long-term debt 


75,665 


- 


- 


- 


(75,665) 


Other debt service 


59,481 
$ 2,506,152 


- 


- 


- 


(59,481) 


Total governmental activities 


$ 167,059 


$ 139,677 


$ 203,180 


(1,996,236) 



General revenues: 
Taxes: 
Property 
Other 
Motor vehicle permit fees 
Licenses and other fees 

Grants and contributions not restricted to specific programs 
Unrestricted investment earnings 
Miscellaneous 

Total general revenues 
Change in net assets 
Net assets, beginning 
Net assets, ending 



1,092,108 
225,333 
737,455 

53,767 
186,514 
104,085 

89,450 



2,488,712 

492,476 

7,458,808 

$ 7,951,284 



The notes to the basic financial statements are an integral part of this statement. 

37 



EXHIBIT C-l 

TOWN OF BRENTWOOD, NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Balance Sheet 

Governmental Funds 

December 31, 2006 



ASSETS 

Cash and cash equivalents 

Investments 

Receivables, net of allowance for uncollectible: 

Taxes 

Accounts 

Interest 

Intergovernmental 
Interfund receivable 
Total assets 

LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCES 

Liabilities: 
Accounts payable 
Intergovernmental payable 
Interfund payable 
Bond anticipation note payable 
Deferred revenue 
Total liabilities 

Fund balances: 
Reserved for encumbrances 
Reserved for endowments 
Reserved for special purposes 
Unreserved, undesignated, reported in: 
General fund 
Special revenue funds 
Total fund balances 
Total liabilities and fund balances 





Other 


Total 




Governmental 


Governmental' 


General 


Funds 


Funds 


S 452,615 


$ 260,559 


$ 713,174 


4,222,405 


578,056 


4,800,461 


672,744 


- 


672,744 


6,487 


22,934 


29,421 


1,652 


- 


1,652 


1,199 


- 


1,199 


2,000 


426 


2,426 


$ 5,359,102 


$ 861,975 


6,221,077 


$ 2,134 


$ 1,672 


$ 3,806 


4,259,478 


- 


4,259,478 


- 


2,426 


2,426 


240,000 


- 


240,000 


2,229 


- 


2,229 


4,503,841 


4,098 


4,507,939 


214,706 


_ 


214,706 


- 


194,001 


194,001 


- 


53,274 


53,274 


640,555 


- 


640,555 


- 


610,602 

857,877 


610,602 


855,261 


1,713,138 


$ 5,359,102 


$ 861,975 


$ 6,221,077 



The notes to the basic financial statements are an integral part of this statement. 

32 



EXHIBIT C-3 

TOWN OF BRENTWOOD, NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balances 

All Governmental Funds 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 2006 



Revenues: 
Taxes 

Licenses and permits 
Intergovernmental 
Charges for services 
Miscellaneous 

Total revenues 

Expenditures: 
Current: 
General government 
Public safety 
Highways and streets 
Sanitation 
Health 
Welfare 

Culture and recreation 
Conservation 
Debt service: 
Principal 
Interest 
Other 
Capital outlay 

Total expenditures 

Deficiency of revenues under expenditures 

Other financing sources (uses): 
Transfers in 
Transfers out 
Capital lease 

Total other financing sources and uses 

Net change in fund balances 
Fund balances, beginning 
Fund balances, ending 





Other 


Total 




Governmental 


Governmental 


General 


Funds 


Funds 


$ 1,317,441 


$ 


$ 1,317,441 


791,222 


- 


791,222 


516,622 


878 


517,500 


74,513 


92,546 


167,059 


140,138 


65,268 


205,406 


2,839,936 


158,692 


2,998,628 


506,369 




506,369 


840,856 


31,628 


872,484 


307,674 


21,000 


328,674 


232,461 


- 


232,461 


54,484 


- 


54,484 


4,251 


- 


4,251 


29,659 


202,898 


232,557 


1,121 


52,056 


53,177 


137,705 


- 


137,705 


79,888 


- 


79,888 


58,446 


- 


58,446 


1,263,333 


- 


1,263,333 


3,516,247 


307,582 


3,823,829 


(676,311) 


(148,890) 


(825,201) 


209,105 


375,364 


584,469 


(374,503) 


(209,966) 


(584,469) 


119,106 


- 


119,106 


(46,292) 


165,398 


119,106 


(722,603) 


16,508 


(706,095) 


1,577,864 


841,369 


2,419,233 


$ 855,261 


$ 857,877 


$ 1,713,138 



The notes to the basic financial statements are an integral part of this statement. 

33 



SCHEDULE 1 

TOWN OF BRENTWOOD, NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Major General Fund 

Schedule of Estimated and Actual Revenues (Non-GAAP Budgetary Basis) 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 2006 



Taxes: 
Property 
Land use change 
Timber 
Excavation 

Interest and penalties on taxes 
Total taxes 

Licenses, permits and fees: 
Business licenses, permits and fees 
Motor vehicle permit fees 
Building permits 
Other 

Total licenses, permits and fees 

Intergovernmental : 
State: 

Shared revenue block grant 

Meals and rooms distribution 

Highway block grant 

Other 
Federal: 

FEMA 
Other: 

Farm and ranch land protection program 
Total intergovernmental 

Charges for services: 
Income from departments 

Miscellaneous: 
Sale of municipal property 
Interest on investments 
Insurance dividends and reimbursements 
Other 

Total miscellaneous 

Other financing sources: 
Transfers in: 
Nonmajor funds: 
Special revenue 
Permanent 
Total other financing sources 

Total revenues and other financing sources 
Unreserved fund balance used to reduce tax rate 

Total revenues, other financing sources and use of fund balance 







Variance 






Positive 


Estimated 


Actual 


(Negative) 


$ 1,033,627 


$ 1,092,108 


$ 58,481 


190,000 


190,611 


611 


1,711 


1,564 


(147) 


268 


268 


- 


40,000 


32,890 


(7,110) 


1,265,606 


1,317,441 


51,835 


6,000 


10,500 


4,500 


719,000 


737,456 


18,456 


22,000 


27,958 


5,958 


15,000 


15,308 


308 


762,000 


791,222 


29,222 


26,746 


26,746 




158,877 


158,877 


- 


83,302 


83,302 


- 


- 


390 


390 


130,829 


109,709 


(21,120) 


119,000 


119,000 
498,024 


. 


518,754 


(20,730) 


63,000 


74,513 


11,513 


2,000 


1,500 


(500) 


80,000 


104,085 


24,085 


- 


3,120 


3,120 


35,000 


31,433 


(3,567) 


117,000 


140,138 


23,138 



205,605 
3,500 


205,605 

3,500 

209,105 

$ 3,030,443 


- 


209,105 


- 


2,935,465 


$ 94,978 


608,903 
S 3,544,368 





34 



SCHEDULE 2 

TO WN OF BRENTWOOD, NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Major General Fund 

Schedule of Appropriations, Expenditures and Encumbrances (Non-GAAP Budgetary Basis) 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 2006 





Encumbered 






Encumbered 


Variance 




From 






To Subsequent 


Positive 




Prior Year 


Appropriations 


Expenditures 


Year 


(Negative) 


Current: 






General government: 












Executive 


$ 


$ 78,726 


$ 82,446 


$ 


$ (3,720) 


Election and registration 


- 


56,455 


53,933 


- 


2,522 


Financial administration 


750 


117,566 


117,936 


- 


380 


Revaluation of property 


- 


19,500 


17,829 


- 


1,671 


Legal 


5,000 


30,002 


31,889 


- 


3,113 


Planning and zoning 


- 


90,960 


70,507 


11,800 


8,653 


General government buildings 


- 


62,855 


58,393 


- 


4,462 


Cemeteries 


- 


8,056 


5,429 


- 


2,627 


Insurance, not otherwise allocated 


- 


67,001 


65,349 


- 


1,652 


Advertising and regional associations 


- 


2,600 

533,721 


2,658 
506,369 


- 


(58) 


Total general government 


5,750 


11,800 


21,302 


Public safety: 












Police 


- 


507,036 


483,840 


4,776 


18,420 


Fire 


- 


340,693 


298,132 


- 


42,561 


Building inspection 


- 


34,364 


38,303 


- 


(3,939) 


Other 


- 


1,327 
883,420 


1,983 
822,258 


- 


(656) 


Total public safety 


- 


4,776 


56,386 


Highways and streets: 






Highways and streets 


- 


353,761 


307,284 


- 


46,477 


Street lighting 


- 


450 
354,211 


390 
307,674 


- 


60 


Total highways and streets 


- 


- 


46,537 


Sanitation: 








Solid waste collection 


- 


131,233 


133,446 


- 


(2,213) 


Solid waste disposal 


- 


95,000 
226,233 


99,015 
232,461 


- 


(4,015) 


Total sanitation 


- 


- 


(6,228) 


Health: 








Pest control 


- 


36,287 


31,664 


- 


4,623 


Health agencies and hospitals 


- 


22,686 


22,586 


- 


100 


Other 


- 


- 


234 
54,484 


- 


(234) 


Total health 


- 


58,973 


- 


4,489 


Welfare: 








Direct assistance 


- 


8,690 


4,251 


- 


4,439 


Culture and recreation: 








Parks and recreation 


- 


29,832 


29,659 


- 


173 


Conservation: 








Administration 


- 


3,443 


1,121 


- 


2,322 








(Continued) 



■>'. 



SCHEDULE 2 (Continued) 

TOWN OF BRENTWOOD, NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Major General Fund 

Schedule of Appropriations, Expenditures and Encumbrances (Non-GAAP Budgetary Basis) 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 2006 



Other financing uses: 
Transfers out: 
Nonmajor funds: 

Mary E. Bartlett Public Library 
Expendable trust 
Ambulance revolving 
Total other financing uses 

Total appropriations, expenditures, 
other financing uses and encumbrances 





Encumbered 






Encumbered 


Variance 




From 






To Subsequent 


Positive 




Prior Year 


Appropriations 


Expenditures 


Year 


(Negative) 


Debt service: 






Principal of long-term debt 


- 


137,705 


137,705 


- 


- 


Interest on long-term debt 


- 


78,005 


78,853 


- 


(848) 


Interest on tax anticipation notes 


- 


1 


1,035 


- 


(1,034) 


Other 


4,750 
4,750 


100,000 
315,711 


58,446 
276,039 


- 


46,304 


Total debt service 


- 


44,422 


Capital outlay: 






Playground 


5,000 


- 


- 


5,000 


- 


Conservation easements 


- 


324,605 


743,337 


- 


(418,732) 


Road repairs 


- 


150,000 


157,532 


- 


(7,532) 


Ambulance 


137,962 


- 


136,488 


- 


1,474 


BRC Building 


- 


300,000 


106,870 


193,130 


- 


Highway vehicle and equipment 


16,430 
176,098 


- 


- 


- 


16,430 


Total capital outlay 


774,605 


1,144,227 


198,130 


(391,654) 



- 


153,626 

93,000 

108,903 

355,529 

$ 3,544,368 


147,075 

93,000 

134,428 

374,503 

$ 3,753,046 




- 


6,551 
(25,525) 


- 




- 


(18,974) 


$ 186,598 


$ 


214,706 


$ (236,786) 



36 



SCHEDULE 3 

TOWN OF BRENTWOOD, NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Major General Fund 

Schedule of Changes in Unreserved - Undesignated Fund Balance (Non-G.AAP Budgetary Basis) 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 2006 



Unreserved, undesignated fund balance, beginning 



$ 1,336,964 



Changes: 
Unreserved fund balance used to reduce 2006 tax rate 



(608,903) 



2006 Budget summary: 
Revenue surplus (Schedule 1) 
Overexpenditure of appropriations (Schedule 2) 
2006 Budget deficit 

Decrease in fund balance reserved for program purposes 

Unreserved, undesignated fund balance, ending 



94,978 
(236,786) 



(141,808) 
54,302 



$ 640,555 



•;/ 



Town Clerk's Report 
January 1, 2007 to December 31, 2007 

Automobile Permits 5409 $729,144.64 

Automobile Decals $12,398.50 

Mail in Fees $173.00 

Automobile Title Fees 808 $1,616.00 

Boat Registrations $2,251.72 

Boat Decals 143 $214.50 

Dog Licenses $3,390.00 

Dog Fines $638.00 

Dog fees collected for the State $1 ,382.00 

Vital Records $1,548.00 

Marriage License Fees 8 $360.00 

Miscellaneous Fees $1,439.97 

Total Remitted to the Town $754,556.33 
Respectfully Submitted, 

f I 

Brentwood Town Clerk / Tax Collector 



38 



IWS-61 



TAX COLLECTORS REPORT 

For the Municipality of BRENTWOOD Year Ending 12/31/7007 

DEBITS 



UNCOLLECTED TAXES- 
BEG. OF YEAR* 


Levy for Year 
of this Report 


PRIOR LEVIES 

orvK 2005 

2 00b (PLEASE SPECIFY YEARS) 


Property Taxes 


#3110 


xxxxxx 
xxxxxx 
xxxxxx 
xxxxxx 
xxxxxx 
xxxxxx 
xxxxxx 


$592,886.11 






Resident Taxes 


#3180 








Land Use Change 


#3120 


90.00 


28,000 




Yield Taxes 


#3185 


576.32 






Excavation Tax @ $.02/yd 


#3187 








Utility Charges 


#3189 

















TAXES COMMITTED THIS YEAR 




2007 




Property Taxes 


#3110 


pn i/,s sm i 


,n 


Resident Taxes 


#3180 






Land Use Change 


#3120 


^ 011 00 




Yield Taxes 


#3185 


^RM.Rfi 




Excavation Tax @ $.02/yd 


#3187 






Utility Charges 


#3189 






COST BEFORE LIEN 




552.75 





OVERPAYMENT: 



FOR DRA USE ONLY 



Property Taxes 


#3110 


22,363.86 








Resident Taxes 


#3180 










Land Use Change 


#3120 










Yield Taxes 


#3185 










Excavation Tax @ $.02/yd 


#3187 










PRFnTT RATANP.Fq 




? r-,10 oo 








Interest - Late Tax 


#3190 


ft 7fi1 A? 


pi 7R/, n 


$3,610.14 




fyWtWtmtmtoCi IR . RFT .EASE 


W%% 


91 .TO 




21.37 




TOTAL DEBITS 


$ M,?4R,97T?R/ 


$ 6?1,^ 73 


, $ 31,6?1 SL- 


$ 



This amount should be the same as the last year's ending balance. If not, please explain. 



NH DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ADMINISTRATION 

MUNICIPAL SERVICES DIVISION 

P.O. BOX 487, CONCORD, NH 03302-0487 

(603)271-3397 

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TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT 

For the Municipality of ERMLWXD Year Ending 17/31/7007 



CREDITS 



REMITTED TO TREASURER 


Levy for this 

2007^ 


2006 


PRIOR LEVIES 

(PLEASE SPECIFY YEARS) 
2005 


Property Taxes 


$9,589,029.30 


£399,819.52 






Resident Taxes 










Land Use Change 


33,000.00 


90.00 


14.000 




Yield Taxes 


4.763.06 


576.37 






Interest (include lien conversion) 


6.761.42 


27.784.30 


\eactAL 




Penalties 


21.39 




21. V 




Excavation Tax @ $.02/yd 










Utility Charges 










Conversion to Lien (principal only) 




i«q cor, ?1 






(TKTRFTTIRFTTFN 


SS? 7S 








DISCOUNTS ALLOWED 











ABATEMENTS MADE 



Property Taxes 


5.380.00 


4.040.38 






Resident Taxes 










Land Use Change 










Yield Taxes 










Excavation Tax @ $.02/yd 










Utility Charges 




















CURRENT LEVY DEEDED 











UNCOLLECTED TAXES 



END OF YEAR #1080 



Property Taxes 


S7ft T.7 Sft 








Resident Taxes 










Land Use Change 


■n on m 




1/, nm.OO 




Yield Taxes 


Pf,.pn 








Excavation Tax @ $.02/yd 










Utility Charges 




















TOTAL CREDITS 


$10,248,973.28 


$621 ..mrj 


§1,fi31.S1 


$ 



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Rev. 07/07 



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1 2/31/2007 



TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT 

BRENTWOOD 



DEBITS 





Last Year's Levy 
$ 2,006.00 


PRIOR LEVIES 


Unredeemed Liens Balance at Beg. of Fiscal Year 




$ 60,954.95 


$ 19,445.71 




Liens Executed During Fiscal Year 


$ 202,397.58 








Interest & Costs Collected 
(AFTER LIEN EXECUTION) 


$ 4,899.25 


$ 7,181.36 


$ 5,231.09 














REFUNDS 


$ 373.23 


















TOTAL DEBITS 


$ 207,670.06 


$ 68,136.31 


$ 24,676.80 


$ 


CREDITS 


REMITTED TO TREASURER: 


Last Year's Levy 
$ 2,006.00 


PRIOR LEVIES 

(PLEASE SPECIFY YEARS) 


Redemptions 


$ 89,670.61 


$ 34,868.08 


$ 16,896.00 




Interest & Costs Collected 
(After Lien Execution) 


#3190 


$ 4,899.25 


$ 7,181.36 


$ 5,231.09 


































Abatements of Unredeemed Liens 




$ 2,199.70 






Liens Deeded to Municipality 










Unredeemed Liens Balance 
End of Year 


#1110 


$ 113,100.20 


$ 23,887.17 


$ 2,549.71 




TOTAL CREDITS 


$ 207,670.06 


$ 68,136.31 


$ 24,676.80 


$ 



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Unredeemed Taxes - December 31, 2007 



2006 



2005 



2004 



AT&T Wireless 




$815.02 




Berdeen, P.L. 




$10,039.06 




Berry, Timothy & Si 


ms, Marcia 


$5,908.53 


$4,984.25 


Bradsher, Todd 




$814.87. 




Brentwood Real Estate 


$9,367.27 


$2,138.20 


Bronk, Frank H. Jr. 


& Georgia 


$3,053.00 




Chenevert, Jeffrey 




$1,763.66 




Dupere, Jeffrey S. & Lisa 


$4,258.01 




Dyment Realty LLC 


- 208.029.000 


$3,031.90 






-208.015.000 


$19,297.67 




Elliot, Phyllis & Willi 


am 


$1,651.44 




Elliot, Phyllis & Willi 


am 


$1,466.22 




Haase, Marjorie 




$3,935.16 


$3,154.22 


Haley, Gregory 




$5,499.61 


$4,565.97 


Haley, Gregory 




$5,318.36 


$4,482.76 


Knowles, Alan 




$5,859.10 




LaFleche, Ricky 




$3,723.46 


$1,208.69 


Owner Unknown 


211.032.000 


$100.23 


$90.02 




204.018.000 


$47.48 


$41.55 


Richard, Jeffrey & Genevieve 


$4,070.84 




Sanborn, George 




$3,812.67 


$3,221.51 


Tardy, Mary J. 




$6,750.71 




Tardy, Mary J. 




$3,252.57 




Tardy, Mary J. 




$3,249.19 




Tierney, Andrea 




$5,977.32 




Williamson, Susan 




$36.85 




Totals 




$113,100.20 


$23,887.17 



$2,549.71 



$2,549.71 



I hereby certify the above list showing names and amounts due from each delinquent taxpayer, as 
of December 31 , 2007 is correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

Respectfully Submitted, 

PhyWs Thompson, Town Clerk/Tax Collector 



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TOWN OF BRENTWOOD, NEW HAMPSHIRE 
JANUARY 1, 2007 TO DECEMBER 31, 2007 



CASH ON HAND JANUARY 1, 2007 




$ 4,674,702.12 


General Fund, CDs 






TAX COLLECTOR 






2007 PROPERTY TAX 


9,589,029.30 




PRIOR PROPERTY TAX 


399,819.52 




YIELD TAX & FEES 


5,339.38 




EXCAVATION TAX 


- 




LAND USE CHANGE 


47,090.00 




TOTAL INTEREST ON DELINQUENT TAXES 


42,346.74 




TAX SALES & COSTS 


143,143.64 




TOWN CLERK 






M.V PERMITS, TITLES, DECALS 


743,385.64 




BOAT DECALS & FEES 


2,466.22 




MARRIAGE LICENSES 


360.00 




DOG LICENSES, FEES, PENALTIES 


5,410.00 




VITAL STATISTICS 


1,548.00 




CURRENT USE RELEASE FEES 


42.76 




MISCELLANEOUS FEES 


1,439.97 




STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 






SHARED REVENUE, HIGHWAY GRANT 


109,996.94 




ROOMS & MEALS TAX 


174,276.58 




MISCELLANEOUS STATE GRANTS 


213,212.90 




GENERAL REVENUE 






INTEREST ON GENERAL FUND & CDs 


122,308.46 




PRIVATE DUTY REIMBURSEMENT 


101,099.24 




CEMETERY LOTS, MAINT, ETC 


2,080.00 




BUSINESS LICENSES & PERMITS 


1,305.00 




BUILDING, DRIVEWAY, OIL, SPRINKLER PERMITS 


27,178.68 




CABLE FRANCHISE FEE 


27,837.95 




AMBULANCE FEES 


- 




OFFICES & BOARDS 


50,870.02 




MISC. REFUNDS & REIMBURSEMENTS 


690,320.93 




PROCEEDS FROM BONDS 


976,151.00 




IMPACT FEES 


50,993.87 




TOTAL 




13,529,052.74 


LESS DISBURSEMENTS 




12,639,366.65 


LESS CONSERVATION EASEMENT PURCHASE 




374,309.00 


LESS GRANT TXFD TO RECREATION ACCOUNT 




5,000.00 


LESS IMPACT FEES TXFD TO IMPACT FEES ACCT 




50,993.87 
$5,134,085.34 


CASH ON HAND DECEMBER 31, 2007 






GENERAL FUND CHECKING ACCOUNT 


945,775.86 




CDs 


4,188,309.48 




TOTAL 


5,134,085.34 





43 



IMPACT FEES ACCOUNT 



Beginning Balance - 1/1/07 100,549.05 

Fees collected 2007 50,993.87 

Interest earned 633.52 

Disbursements: Recreation 10,346.00 

Police 8,719.99 

Town Office Bldg. 4,989.90 

Swasey School 38,360.50 

Co-op Middle School 1 0,404.57 

Exeter High School 19,632.01 

Library 5,532.07 

Balance as of 12/31/07 54,191.40 



CONSERVATION COMMISSION BOND ANTICIPATION NOTE 

Initial Amount of Bond, 11/16/2007 976,151.00 

Disbursement (Purchase Powers easement) 360,000.00 

Interest earned 3,406.34 

NH DES Grant Proceeds 95,000.00 

Remaining Bond Proceeds as of 12/31/07 714,557.34 



AMBULANCE REVOLVING FUND 

Balance, 1/1/07 163,528.68 

Ambulance Fees Collected in 2007 50,291.95 

Interest earned 4,51 1 .92 

Disbursements: 

Refund 6.39 

Reimburse General Fund 18,817.90 

Balance, 12/31/07 199,508.26 



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Page 000001 



Fund: GENERAL FUND 



ACTUAL 4 ANTICIPATED REVENUES 

Report Sequence = 

Account = First thru Last; Mask = ##-#### . ## 

Level of Detail = Transaction Detail; Level = 9 



Period: January 2007 to December 2007 



Account Number Account Name 
01-1081.05 IMPACT FEES 
REVENUE FROM TAXES 



Prior Year Current Year Current Year Current Year Balance Percent 
Ptd Revenues Ptd Revenues Budgeted Ytd Revenues Uncollected Left 



PROPERTY TAXES 



0.00 



0.00 



0.00 



. 



0. 



0.00 



01-3110.00 

01-3110.10 
01-3110.20 
01-3110.30 
01-3110.40 
01-3110.50 



01-3115.10 
01-3115.20 



REVENUE FROM TAXES 
PROPERTY TAXES, CURRENT 
PROPERTY TAXES, PRIOR 
PROPERTY TAXES PREPAYMENT 
PROPERTY TAXES, OVERLAY 
ABATEMENT INTEREST 

"TOTAL** PROPERTY TAXES 
UTILITY TAXES, CURRENT 
UTILITY TAXES, PRIOR 



0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


9294981.67 


9566665.44 


0.00 


9566665.44 


(9566665.44) 


0.00 


246221.83 


398347.52 


0.00 


398347.52 


(398347.52) 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


(7504.50) 


(5569.24) 


0.00 


(5569.24) 


5569.24 


0.00 


(183.71) 


(129.07) 


0.00 


(129.07) 


129.07 


0.00 


9533515.29 


9959314.65 


0.00 


9959314.65 


(9959314.65) 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 



LAND USE CHANGE TAX 

01-3120.10 
01-3120.20 



LAND USE CHANGE TAX, CURRENT 
LAND USE CHANGE TAX, PRIOR 



* TOTAL* 



LAND USE CHANGE TAX 



190571.00 

14000.00 



204571. 



33000.00 
14090.00 



47090.00 



.00 



33000.00 
14090.00 



0.00 



57090.00 



(33000.00) 
(14090.00) 



(47090.00) 



o.c 

0.( 



RESIDENT TAXES 

01-3180.10 
01-3180.20 



RESIDENT TAXES, CURRENT 
RESIDENT TAXES, PRIOR 



'TOTALS- 



RESIDENT TAXES 



0.00 
0.00 



0.1 



0.00 
0.00 



0.( 



0.00 
0.00 



:.'. 



0.00 
0.00 



0.00 
0.00 



:. 



0.00 
0.00 



0.00 



YIELD TAX 

01-3185.10 
01-3185.20 
01-3185.30 
01-3185.40 



INTEREST ON TAXES 
01-3190.10 



YIELD TAXES, CURRENT 
YIELD TAXES, PRIOR 
GRAVEL TAX 
EXCAVATION ACTIVITY TAX 



'TOTAL** YIELD TAX 



987.55 

147.13 

0.00 

267.50 



PROPERTY TAX INTEREST 



1402.18 



L4868.01 



5763.06 

576.32 

0.00 

0.00 



5339.38 



21631.61 



0.00 


4763.06 


(4763.06) 


0.00 


0.00 


576.32 


(576.32) 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 



0.00 



0.00 



5339.38 



21631.61 



(5339.38) 



(21631.61) 



0.00 



0.00 



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Page 000002 



ACTUAL & ANTICIPATED REVENUES 

Report Sequence = 

Account = First thru Last; Mask = ##-####.## 

Level of Detail = Transaction Detail; Level = 9 



Fund: GENERAL FUND 



Period: January 2007 to December 2007 



Account Number 



Account Name 



Prior Year Current Year Current Year Current Year 
Ptd Revenues Ptd Revenues Budgeted Ytd Revenues 



Balance Percent 
Uncollected Left 



01-3190.20 
01-3190.30 
01-3190.40 
01-3190.90 
01-3190.91 
01-3190.92 
01-3190.93 



RESIDENT TAXES, PENALTIES 


0.00 


0.00 


YIELD TAX INTEREST/FEES 


0.00 


71.91 


LAND USE CHANGE TAX, 


INTEREST 


699.08 


4487.72 


TAX SALES REDEEMED 




111362.09 


141061.46 


TAX COSTS 




1304.42 


1708.95 


LIEN REPAYMENTS 




0.00 


0.00 


TAX LIEN INTEREST 




16182.98 


16155.50 



**TOTAL** INTEREST ON TAXES 144416.58 185117.15 
"TOTAL** REVENUE FROM TAXES 9883905.05 10196861.18 



LICENSES, PERMITS & FEES 



BUSINESS LICENSES 



0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


71.91 


(71.91) 


0.00 


0.00 


4487.72 


(4487.72) 


0.00 


0.00 


141061.46 


(141061.46) 


0.00 


0.00 


1708.95 


(1708.95) 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


16155.50 


(16155.50) 


0.00 



0.00 185117.15 (185117.15) 0.00 
0.00 10196861.18 (10196861.18) 0.00 



01-3210.10 


WATER PERMIT 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


01-3210.20 


JUNK YARD PERMIT 


25.00 


25.00 


0.00 


25.00 


(25.00) 


0.00 


01-3210.30 


DRAG STRIP PERMIT 


100.00 


100.00 


0.00 


100.00 


(100.00) 


0.00 


01-3210.50 


PEDDLER'S/HAWKERS PERMIT 


0.00 


200.00 


0.00 


200.00 


(200.00) 


0.00 


01-3210.60 


INDIVIDUAL PERC TEST FEES 


10375.00 


5255.00 


0.00 


5255.00 


(5255.00) 


0.00 



*TOTAL* 



BUSINESS LICENSES 



10500.00 



5580.00 



0.00 



5580.00 



(5580. ( 



0.00 



TOTAL MOTOR VEHICLES 



01-3220.10 
01-3220.20 
01-3220.30 



01-3220.35 
01-3220.40 
01-3220.50 
01-3220.60 



MOTOR VEHICLE DECALS 
MOTOR VEHICLE PERMIT FEES 
MV REGISTRATION (TITLE) FEES 

"TOTAL** TOTAL MOTOR VEHICLES 
MV POSTAGE FEE 
MV OVERPAYMENTS 
BOAT REGISTRATIONS 
BOAT DECALS 



BUILDING & CODE PERMITS 



01-3230.10 
01-3230.20 
01-3230.30 
01-3230.40 



BUILDING PERMITS 
DRIVEWAY PERMIT FEES 
OIL BURNER PERMITS 
SPRINKLER PERMITS 



11900.00 


12398.50 


0.00 


12398.50 


(12398.50) 


0.00 


723911.50 


729144.64 


0.00 


729144.64 


(729144.64) 


0.00 


1644.00 


1616.00 


0.00 


1616.00 


(1616.00) 


0.00 


737455.50 


743159.14 


0.00 


743159.14 


(743159.14) 


0.00 


0.00 


226.50 


0.00 


226.50 


(226.50) 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


2218.40 


2251.72 


0.00 


2251.72 


(2251.72) 


0.00 


204.00 


214.50 


0.00 


214.50 


(214.50) 


0.00 



27957.42 


25638.68 


0.00 


25638.68 


(25638.68) 


0.00 


2600.00 


1100.00 


0.00 


1100.00 


(1100.00) 


0.00 


280.00 


140.00 


0.00 


140.00 


(140.00) 


0.00 


300.00 


300.00 


0.00 


300.00 


(300.00) 


0.00 



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Page 000003 



ACTUAL & ANTICIPATED REVENUES 

Report Sequence = 

Account = First thru Last; Mask = ##-#### .## 

Level of Detail = Transaction Detail; Level = 9 



Fund: GENERAL FUND 



Period: January 2007 to December 2007 



Account Number 



Prior Year Current Year Current Year Current Year Balance Percent 
Account Name Ptd Revenues Ptd Revenues Budgeted Ytd Revenues Uncollected Left 



* TOTAL* 



BUILDING S CODE PERMITS 



31137.42 



27178. i 



0.00 



27178. 



(27178.68) 



OTHER LICENSES 



01-3290.10 


DOG LICENSES 




3533.50 


3390.00 


0.00 


3390.00 


(3390.00) 


0.00 


01-3290.20 


DOG LICENSE FINES 




847.00 


638.00 


0.00 


638.00 


(638.00) 


0.00 


01-3290.30 


DOGS, STATE FEES 




1460.00 


1382.00 


0.00 


1382.00 


(1382.00) 


0.00 


01-3290.40 


MARRIAGE LICENSE FEES 




585.00 


360.00 


0.00 


360.00 


(360.00) 


0.00 


01-3290.50 


VITAL RECORDS 




1244.00 


1548.00 


0.00 


1548.00 


(1548.00) 


0.00 


01-3290.70 


TOWN CLERK MISC FEES 




2014.77 


1439.97 


0.00 


1439.97 


(1439.97) 


0.00 


01-3290.71 


FILING FEES 




0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


01-3290.80 


CURRENT USE RELEASE FEES 




21.37 


42.76 


0.00 


42.76 


(42.76) 


0.00 




"TOTAL** OTHER LICENSES 


9705.64 


8800.73 


0.00 


8800.73 


(8800.73) 


0.00 




**TOTAL** LICENSES, PERMITS & 


FEES 


791220.96 


787411.27 


0.00 


787411.27 


(787411.27) 


0.00 



REVENUE FROM OTHER GOVERNMENTS 



FROM FEDERAL GOVERNMENT 



01-3319.10 
01-3319.15 
01-3319.20 



C.O.P.S. GRANT 
FEDERAL GRANT 
F.E.M.A. GRANT 



*TOTAL* 



FROM FEDERAL GOVERNMENT 



0.00 
0.00 
0.00 



0.00 



0.00 

340340.00 

47759.53 



388099.53 



0.00 
0.00 
0.00 



0.00 

340340.00 

47759.53 



0.00 
(340340.00) 
(47759.53) 



0.00 



388099.53 (388099.53) 



0.00 
0.00 
0.00 



0. 



FROM STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 



01-3351.10 




NH - Shared Rev. Block Grant 


55064.49 


29474.00 


0.00 


29474.00 


(29474.00) 


0.00 


01-3353.10 




Highway Block Grant 




57711.90 


80522.94 


0.00 


80522.94 


(80522.94) 


0.00 


01-3353.11 




HIGHWAY SUPPLEMENT 




0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


01-3359.10 




REIMBURSE CD. MEALS 




999.20 


390.23 


0.00 


390.23 


(390.23) 


0.00 


01-3359.11 




REIMB. FOREST FIRES 




0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


01-3359.12 




NH STATE ROOMS & MEALS 




158876.71 


174276.58 


0.00 


174276.58 


(174276.58) 


0.00 


01-3359.13 




RECYCLING GRANT 




0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


01-3359.14 




NH STATE EDCUATION GRANT 


ADM 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


01-3359.15 




MISC STATE GRANTS 




0.00 


210000.00 


0.00 


210000.00 


(210000.00) 


0.00 




**TOTAI 


,** FROM STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 


272652.30 


494663.75 


0.00 


494663.75 


(494663.75) 


0.00 


"TOTAL** 


REVENUE FROM OTHER GOVERNMENTS 


272652.30 


882763.28 


0.00 


882763.28 


(882763.28) 


0.00 



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ACTUAL & ANTICIPATED REVENUES 

Report Sequence = 

Account = First thru Last; Mask = ##-#### . ## 

Level of Detail = Transaction Detail; Level = 9 



Fund: GENERAL FUND 



Period: January 2007 to December 2007 







Prior Year 


Current Year 


Current Year 


Current Year 


Balance 


Percent 


Account Number Account Name 


Ptd Revenues 


Ptd Revenues 


Budgeted 


Ytd Revenues 


Uncollected 


Left 


INCOME FROM 


DEPARTMENTS 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 




01-3401.10 


AMBULANCE CHARGES 


0.00 


01-3401.20 


PB SECRETARIAL FEES 


1700.00 


3295.50 





00 


3295.50 


(3295.50) 





00 


01-3401.21 


PB PLANNER FEES 


1750.00 


2300.00 





00 


2300.00 


(2300.00) 




00 


01-3401.22 


PB LOT FEES 


120.00 


0.00 


c 


00 


0.00 


0.00 




00 


01-3401.24 


PB SALE OF ZONING BOOKS 


145.00 


0.00 


"! 


00 


0.00 


0.00 




00 


01-3401.30 


TRUSTEE OF TRUST FUNDS, MOWING 


3500.03 


1788.70 





00 


1788.70 


(1788.70) 





00 


01-3401.40 


PD PRIVATE DUTY REIMBURSEMENT 


48797.32 


101099.24 


. 


00 


101099.24 


(101099.24) 





00 


01-3401.41 


PD COURT REIMBURSEMENTS 


1363.02 


862.27 


] 


00 


862.27 


(862.27) 




00 


01-3401.42 


PD INSURANCE/ACCIDENT REPORTS 


470.00 


630.00 





00 


630.00 


(630.00) 





00 


01-3401.43 


PD PISTOL PERMITS 


190.00 


210.00 





00 


210.00 


(210.00) 





03 


01-3401.44 


FD INS/ACCIDENT REPORTS 


25.00 


0.00 





00 


0.00 


0.00 





00 


01-3401.45 


COPIES 


681.50 


723.00 





00 


723.00 


(723.00) 





00 


01-3401.46 


C.U. APPLICATION FEES 


0.00 


0.00 


9 


00 


0.00 


0.00 





00 


01-3401.47 


PROCEEDS FROM IMPACT FEES 


12633.61 


0.00 





00 


0.00 


0.00 





00 




"TOTAL** INCOME FROM DEPARTMENTS 


71375.48 


110908.71 





00 


110908.71 


(110908.71) 





00 


01-3402.20 


ZBA FEES 


1441.79 


1243.83 





00 


1243.83 


(1243.83) 





oo 


01-3500.10 


REDC GRANT REVENUE 


0.00 


870.31 





00 


870.31 


(870.31) 





)0 


SALE OF TOWI* 


PROPERTY 


1500.00 


2198.43 


0.00 


2198.43 


(2198.43) 




01-3501.10 


SALE OF PROPERTY 


0.00 


01-3501.20 


SALE OF CEMETERY LOTS 


600.00 


1000.00 





00 


1000.00 


(1000.00) 





DO 


01-3501.21 


CEMETERY LOTS, MAINTENANCE 


600.00 


0.00 





00 


0.00 


0.00 





00 


01-3501.22 


CEMETERY LOTS, FILING FEES 


48.00 


80.00 





00 


80.00 


(80.00) 





00 


01-3501.30 


SALE OF RECYCLED GOODS 


57.00 


104.50 





00 


104.50 


(104.50) 





00 




**TOTAL** SALE OF TOWN PROPERTY 


2805.00 


3382.93 





00 


3382.93 


(3382.93) 





: 


01-3501.31 


SALE OF CHECKLISTS 


25.00 


150.00 





00 


150.00 


(150.00) 





00 


01-3501.32 


SALE OF LABELS 


0.00 


0.00 





00 


0.00 


0.00 





00 


01-3501.33 


SALE OF TONIC 


0.00 


0.00 





.00 


0.00 


0.00 





00 


01-3501.34 


SALE OF TAX MAPS 


75.00 


480.00 





00 


480.00 


(480.00) 





00 


01-3501.35 


SALE OF COINS 


0.00 


0.00 





00 


0.00 


0.00 





30 


01-3501.36 


WHITE GOODS STICKERS 


1020.00 


530.00 





00 


530.00 


(530.00) 





00 


INTEREST ON 


INVESTMENTS 



















10078.48 



6196.45 



0.00 



6196.45 



(6196.45) 



01-3502.11 



*TOTAL** INTEREST ON INVESTMENTS 
INTEREST ON CD'S 



10078.48 
92354.99 



6196.45 
117077.31 



0.00 
0.00 



6196.45 
117077.31 



(6196.45) 
(117077.31) 



0.00 



0.00 
0.00 



4$ 



02/04/08 09:57 



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Page 000005 



ACTUAL & ANTICIPATED REVENUES 

Report Sequence = 

Account = First thru Last; Mask = ##-#### .## 

Level of Detail = Transaction Detail; Level = 9 



Fund: GENERAL FUND 



Period: January 2007 to December 2007 



Account Number 



Account Name 



Prior Year Current Year Current Year Current Year Balance Percent 
Ptd Revenues Ptd Revenues Budgeted Ytd Revenues Uncollected Left 



RENT OF TOWN PROPERTY 

01-3503.10 RENT OF TOWN PROPERTY 

**TOTAL** RENT OF TOWN PROPERTY 



FINES 
01-3504.10 



FINES 



'TOTAL* 



FINES 



0.00 
0.00 

3533.33 
3533.33 



4075.00 
4075.00 

5700.00 
5700.00 



0.00 

0.00 
0.00 



4075.00 
4075.00 



TOTAL INSURANCE REFUNDS/REIMB 



01-3506.10 

01-3506.11 
01-3506.40 



INSURANCE DIVIDENDS 

INSURANCE CLAIMS 

INSURANCE PREMIUMS, REIMBURSED 



"TOTAL** TOTAL INSURANCE REFUNDS/REIMB 
OTHER MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES 



3119.51 



2730.40 



0.00 



2730.40 



(4075. ( 
(4075. ( 



5700.00 (5700.00) 
5700.00 (5700.00) 



(2730.40) 



0.00 
0.00 



0.1 



0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


3119.51 


2730.40 


0.00 


2730.40 


(2730.40) 


0.00 



0.00 



01-3508.20 


FRANCHISE FEE, CABLEVISION 


18692.16 


27837.95 


0.00 


27837.95 


(27837.95) 


0.00 


01-3508.21 


REFUNDS 


2762.86 


431.50 


0.00 


431.50 


(431.50) 


0.00 


01-3509.10 


Other Misc Revenue 


2005.77 


6067.10 


0.00 


6067.10 


(6067.10) 


0.00 


01-3509.11 


VOIDED CHECKS 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


01-3915.10 


WITHDRAW FROM CAPITAL RESERVES 


212291.24 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


01-3915.20 


WITHDRAW FROM CONSERVATION FD 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


01-3915.30 


LIBRARY REVOLVING TRUST 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 




**TOTAL** OTHER MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES 


235752.03 


34336.55 


0.00 


34336.55 


(34336.55) 


0.00 


01-3934.10 


PROCEEDS FROM L/T BONDS & NOTE 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


01-3934.20 


PROC FRM L/T BNDS INTEREST 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


01-4711.10 


DEBT SERVICE, NOTE 


(1035.02) 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 




**TOTAL** GENERAL FUND 


11368323.90 


12154717.22 


0.00 


12154717.22 


(12154717.22) 


0.00 



4 •> 



Receipts 2007 












End of year 2007 








Balance from receipts journal 


$ 12,154,717.22 


Tax overpayments, int & costs 


$ 24,209.09 


Proceeds from bonds 


$ 1,216,151.00 


Impact Fees 


$ 50,993.87 


From Capital Reserve 


$ 24,659.27 


Transfer from CC fund 


$ 16,709.20 


Prime Wetlands Grant 


$ 2,342.59 


FD revolving fund 


$ 18,817.90 


Misc reimbursements 


$ 14,754.29 


Overlay & Interest 


$ 5,698.31 














Total 


$ 13,529,052.74 



50 



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Page 000001 



ACTUAL S BUDGETED EXPENSES & ENCUMBRANCE 

Report Sequence = Fund or Acct Group 

Account = First thru Last; Mask = ##-#### .##-### 

Level of Detail = OBJECT; Level = 9 



Fund: GENERAL FUND 



Period: January 2007 to December 2007 



Account Number 



Account Name 



Current Year Period Current Year Balance Percent 

Budgeted Expenditures Expenditures Encumbrances Remaining Left 



OPERATING BUDGET 



BOARD OF SELECTMEN 



01-4130.10-130 


EX SALARIES - SELECTMEN 


13366.00 


13366 


00 


13366 


00 





on 


0.00 


0.00 


01-4130.10-225 


EX FICA/MEDICARE 


1022.00 


1022 


43 


1022 


43 





00 


(0.43) 


(0.04 


01-4130.10-250 


EX UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION 


1.00 





00 





00 





30 


1.00 


100.00 


01-4130.10-390 


EX RECRUITMENT EXPENSES 


1.00 





00 





00 





00 


1.00 


100.00 


01-4130.10-550 


EX PRINTING 


0.00 





00 





00 





00 


0.00 


0.00 


01-4130.10-551 


EX ADS /NOT ICES 


1000.00 


880 


00 


880 


00 





00 


120.00 


12.00 


01-4130.10-670 


EX BOOKS/PERIODICALS 


50.00 





00 





00 





00 


50.00 


100.00 



* TOTAL* 



BOARD OF SELECTMEN 



15440. 



15268.43 



15268.43 



0.00 



171.57 



1.11 



TOWN ADMINISTRATION 



01-4130.20-110 


TA SALARY, A. A. 


01-4130.20-111 


TA NEW AA 


01-4130.20-210 


TA HEALTH INSURANCE 


01-4130.20-211 


TA IN LIEU OF INS. 


01-4130.20-215 


TA LIFE INSURANCE 


01-4130.20-219 


TA DENTAL INSURANCE 


01-4130.20-225 


TA FICA/MEDICARE 


01-4130.20-230 


TA DEFERRED COMPENSATION 


01-4130.20-231 


TA NH Retirement 


01-4130.20-240 


TA TRAINING/SEMINARS 


01-4130.20-290 


TA SHORT TERM DISABILITY 


01-4130.20-390 


TA HR CONSULTANT 


01-4130.20-670 


TA BOOKS/PERIODICALS 



*TOTAL** TOWN ADMINISTRATION 



30188.00 


30762.79 


30762.79 


36162.00 


32207.28 


32207.28 


10269.00 


6846.48 


6846.48 


0.00 


825.00 


825.00 


240.00 


164.68 


164.68 


220.00 


145.80 


145.80 


5076.00 


4918.52 


4918.52 


604.00 


497.54 


497.54 


2422.00 


2342.40 


2342.40 


100.00 


405.00 


405.00 


400.00 


391.97 


391.97 


500.00 


0.00 


0.00 


1.00 


0.00 


0.00 


86182.00 


79507.46 


79507.46 



00 
00 

00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 

f)!) 



(574.79) 

3954.72 

3422.52 

(825.00) 

75.32 

74.20 

157.48 

106.46 

79.60 

(305.00) 

8.03 

500.00 

1.00 



(1.90) 

10.94 

33.33 

0.00 

31.38 

33.73 

3.10 

17.63 

3.29 

(305.00) 

2.01 

100.00 

100.00 



6674.54 



7.74 



TOWN MEETING 



01-4130.30-130 


MTG MODERATOR'S SALARY 


250.00 


500.00 


500.00 


0.00 


(250.00) 


(100.00 


01-4130.30-550 


MTG TOWN REPORT PRINTING 


2600.00 


2217.50 


2217.50 


0.00 


382.50 


14.71 


01-4130.30-610 


MTG GENERAL SUPPLIES 


1.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


1.00 


100.00 


01-4130.30-690 


MTG MISCELLANEOUS 


1.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


1.00 


100.00 



*TOTAL** TOWN MEETING 



2852. 



2717.50 



2717.50 



0.00 



134.50 



4.72 



'</ 



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Page 000002 



ACTUAL 4 BUDGETED EXPENSES S ENCUMBRANCE 

Report Sequence = Fund or Acct Group 

Account = First thru Last; Mask = ##-#### .##-### 

Level of Detail = OBJECT; Level = 9 



Fund: GENERAL FUND 



Period: January 2007 to December 2007 



Account Number 



Account Name 



Current Year Period Current Year Balance Percent 

Budgeted Expenditures Expenditures Encumbrances Remaining Left 



TOWN CLERK 



1-4140. 
1-4140. 
1-4140, 
1-4140, 
1-4140, 
1-4140, 
1-4140, 
1-4140, 
1-4140, 
1-4140, 
1-4140 
1-4140 
1-4140 
1-4140 
1-4140 
1-4140 
1-4140 



10-110 
10-111 
10-130 
10-210 
10-215 
10-219 
10-225 
10-231 
10-240 
10-258 
10-290 
10-550 
10-560 
10-620 
10-625 
10-670 
10-680 



TC DEPUTY CLERK 

TC OFFICE CLERK 

TC SALARY, TOWN CLERK 

TC HEALTH INSURANCE 

TC LIFE INSURANCE 

TC DENTAL INSURANCE 

TC FICA/MEDICARE 

TC NH RETIREMENT 

TC SEMINARS /TRAINING 

TC CONVENTIONS 

TC SHORT TERM DISABILITY INS 

TC PRINTING EXPENSES 

TC DUES/SUBSCRIPTIONS 

TC OFFICE SUPPLIES 

TC COMPUTER PROGRAM 

TC AUTO REGISTRATION BOOKS 

TC DOG LICENSES 



11268.00 

8042.00 

21014.00 

5349.00 

40.00 

70.00 

3085.00 

1634.00 

125.00 

550.00 

132.00 

0.00 

50.00 

250.00 

0.00 

200.00 

150.00 



11154.40 

7971.08 

21014.50 

5348.88 

37.88 

72.84 

3071.02 

1636.40 

92.50 

408.00 

124.80 

28.60 

106.00 

120.24 

0.00 

210.00 

145.41 



11154.40 

7971.08 

21014.50 

5348.88 

37.88 

72.84 

3071.02 

1636.40 

92.50 

408.00 

124.80 

28.60 

106.00 

120.24 

0.00 

210.00 

145.41 



GO 



CO 



CO 



CO 



00 



00 



113.60 


1.01 


70.92 


0.88 


(0.50) 


0.00 


0.12 


0.00 


2.12 


5.30 


(2.84) 


(4.06) 


13.98 


0.45 


(2.40) 


(0.15) 


32.50 


26.00 


142.00 


25.82 


7.20 


5.45 


(28.60) 


0.00 


(56.00) 


(112.00) 


129.76 


51.90 


0.00 


0.00 


(10.00) 


(5.00) 


4.59 


3.06 



*TOTAL* 



TOWN CLERK 



51959. ( 



51542.55 



51542.55 



116.45 



VOTER REGISTRATION 



01-4140.20-120 


EL SALARIES CLERKS /COUNTERS 


300.00 


775 


00 


775.00 





00 


(475.00) 


(158.33) 


01-4140.20-130 


EL SALARIES -SUPERVISORS 


800.00 


1550 


00 


1550.00 





00 


(750.00) 


(93.75) 


01-4140.20-330 


EL SOFTWARE/SUPPORT 


1.00 





00 


0.00 





00 


1.00 


100.00 


01-4140.20-390 


EL MEALS/SERVICES 


425.00 


1275 


oo 


1275.00 





00 


(850.00) 


(200.00) 


01-4140.20-550 


EL PRINTING 


0.00 


126 


00 


126.00 





00 


(126.00) 


0.00 


01-4140.20-551 


EL PUBLIC NOTICES 


400.00 


468 


00 


468.00 





00 


(68.00) 


(17.00) 


01-4140.20-620 


EL PRINTING/SUPPLIES 


1600.00 


1008 


4H 


1008.48 





00 


591.52 


36.97 


01-4140.20-625 


EL POSTAGE 


1.00 


8 


19 


8.19 





00 


(7.19) 


(719.00) 


01-4140.20-740 


EL EQUIP/MAINTENANCE/SEMINARS 


1675.00 





00 


0.00 





DC 


1675.00 


100.00 



"TOTAL" VOTER REGISTRATION 



5202.00 



5210.67 



5210.67 



i.67) 



(0.17) 



ACCOUNTING & AUDITING 



01-4150.10-110 


FA OFFICE CLERK/BOOKKEEPER 


25900.00 


25820.87 


25820.87 


0.00 


79.13 


0.31 


01-4150.10-111 


TA Trainee 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


01-4150.10-130 


FA TRUSTEES BOOKKEEPER 


1.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


1.00 


100.00 


01-4150.10-131 


FA TRUSTEES, EXPENSES 


1.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


1.00 


100.00 


01-4150.10-210 


FA HEALTH INSURANCE 


1284.00 


1283.76 


1283.76 


0.00 


0.24 


0.02 



52 



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Page 000003 



Fund: GENERAL FUND 



J A L & BUDGETED EXPENSES & ENCUMBRANCE 
Report Sequence = Fund or Acct Group 



ount = First thru Last; Mask = ##-#### . 
Level of Detail = OBJECT; Level 



Period: January 2007 to December 2007 



Account Number 



Account Name 



Current Year Period Current Year Balance Percent 

Budgeted Expenditures Expenditures Encumbrances Remaining Left 



01-4150.10-225 FA FICA/MEDICARE 1981.00 1946.60 1946.60 0.00 

01-4150.10-301 FA AUDITING SERVICES 11500.00 11500.00 11500.00 0.00 

01-4150.10-302 FA GASB 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 

"TOTAL** ACCOUNTING & AUDITING 40667.00 40551.23 40551.23 



o. 



4.40 


1.74 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 



115.77 



0.28 



TAX COLLECTION 




01-4150.40-110 


TX DEPUTY COLL SALARY 


01-4150.40-111 


TX OFFICE CLERK 


01-4150.40-130 


TX SALARY - COLLECTOR 


01-4150.40-210 


TX HEALTH INSURANCE 


01-4150.40-215 


TX LIFE INSURANCE 


01-4150.40-219 


TX DENTAL 


01-4150.40-225 


TX FICA/MEDICARE 


01-4150.40-231 


TX NH RETIREMENT 


01-4150.40-240 


TX SEMINARS 


01-4150.40-258 


TX CONVENTIONS 


01-4150.40-290 


TX SHORT TERM DIS INS 


01-4150.40-391 


TX ABSTRACTS 


01-4150.40-560 


TX DUES/SUBSCRIPTIONS 


01-4150.40-610 


TX GENERAL SUPPLIES 


01-4150.40-625 


TX POSTAGE 



11268.00 

8042.00 

21014.00 

5349.00 

40.00 

70.00 

3085.00 

1634.00 

125.00 

550.00 

132.00 

1000.00 

50.00 

600.00 

2000.00 



11151.20 

7915.90 

21014.50 

5348.88 

37.93 

72.96 

3066.11 

1636.39 

92.50 

452.00 

124.80 

931.80 

20.00 

71.90 

1925.39 



11151.20 

7915.90 

21014.50 

5348.88 

37.93 

72.96 

3066.11 

1636.39 

92.50 

452.00 

124.80 

931.80 

20.00 

71.90 

1925.39 



no 
oo 
on 

00 
00 

00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



116.80 


1.04 


126.10 


1.57 


(0.50) 


0.00 


0.12 


0.00 


2.07 


5.18 


(2.96) 


(4.23) 


18.89 


0.61 


(2.39) 


(0.15) 


32.50 


26.00 


98.00 


17.82 


7.20 


5.45 


68.20 


6.82 


30.00 


60.00 


528.10 


88.02 


74.61 


3.73 



*TOTAL* 



TAX COLLECTION 



54959.00 



53862.26 



53862.26 



0.00 



1096.74 



2.00 



TREASURY 

01-4150.50-130 
01-4150.50-225 



T SALARY - TREASURER 
T FICA/MEDICARE 



*TOTAL** TREASURY 



7470.00 
571.00 



8041.00 



7470.00 
571.44 



7470.00 
571.44 



11.44 



8041.44 



0.00 
0.00 



0.00 



0.00 
(0.44) 



0.00 



(0.01) 



DATA PROCESSING 



01-4150.60-330 


DP SOFTWARE/SUPPORT 


12300.00 


12901.28 


12901.28 


01-4150.60-390 


DP WEB SITE 


1200.00 


1200.00 


1200.00 


01-4150.60-391 


DP INTERNET SERVICE 


1350.00 


1284.00 


1284.00 


01-4150.60-610 


DP SUPPLIES 


1.00 


0.00 


0.00 


01-4150.60-740 


DP HARDWARE UPGRADES 


1600.00 


1600.00 


1600.00 




**TOTAL** DATA PROCESSING 


16451.00 


16985.28 


16985.28 



.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 



0.00 



601.28) 


(4.89 


0.00 


0.00 


66.00 


4.89 


1.00 


100.00 


0.00 


0.00 



(534. 2E 



(3.25) 



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Page 000004 



ACTUAL 4 BUDGETED EXPENSES 4 ENCUMBRANCE 

Report Sequence = Fund or Acct Group 

Account = First thru Last; Mask = ##-#### . ##-### 

Level of Detail = OBJECT; Level = 9 



Fund: GENERAL FUND 



Period: January 2007 to December 2007 



Account Number 



Account Name 



Current Year Period Current Year 
Budgeted Expenditures Expenditures Encumbrances 



Balance Percent 
Remaining Left 



BUDGET COMMITTEE 



01-4150.90-110 


BUD COM SECRETARY 


1200.00 


706.18 


706.18 


0.00 


493.82 


41.15 


01-4150.90-225 


BUD COM FICA/MEDICARE 


110.00 


53.94 


53.94 


0.00 


56.06 


50.96 


01-4150.90-240 


BUD COM SEMINARS 


100.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


100.00 


100.00 




**TOTAL** BUDGET COMMITTEE 


1410.00 


760.12 


760.12 


0.00 


649.88 


46.09 


REVALUATION OF 


PROPERTY 















01-4152.10-312 
01-4152.10-313 
01-4152.10-314 
01-4152.10-315 
01-4152.10-316 



AS CURRENT USE APPRAISALS 

AS TAX MAP UPDATES 

AS MATHEMATICAL UPDATE 

AS TAX APPRAISALS 

AS ELECTRIC UTILITIES 



* TOTAL* 



REVALUATION OF PROPERTY 



0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


4500.00 


3822.00 


3822.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


15600.00 


15600.00 


15600.00 


16200.00 


16200.00 


16200.00 


36300.00 


35622.00 


35622.00 



0.00 
0.00 
0.00 
0.00 
0.00 



0.00 


0.00 


678.00 


15.07 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 



0.00 



678.00 



1.87 



LEGAL EXPENSE 

01-4153.10-320 
01-4153.10-390 
01-4153.10-691 



LE TOWN ATTORNEY 
LE LEGAL/ENG, OTHER 
LE PAYMENTS TO IRS 



* TOTAL* 



LEGAL EXPENSE 



30000.00 

1500.00 

1.00 



31501.00 



21401.60 

838.00 

0.00 



21401.60 

838.00 

0.00 



22239.60 



22239.60 



0.00 


8598.40 


28.66 


0.00 


662.00 


44.13 


0.00 


1.00 


100.00 



0.1 



9261.40 



29.40 



PLANNING BOARD 


PB SECRETARIAL SALARY 


34307.00 


32682.41 


32682.41 


0.00 


1624.59 




01-4191 


.10-110 


4.74 


01-4191 


.10-210 


PB HEALTH INSURANCE 


10270.00 


10269.72 


10269.72 


0.00 


0.28 


0.00 


01-4191 


.10-215 


PB LIFE INSURANCE 


90.00 


95.22 


95.22 


0.00 


(5.22) 


(5.80) 


01-4191 


.10-219 


PB DENTAL 


146.00 


145.80 


145.80 


0.00 


0.20 


0.14 


01-4191 


.10-225 


PB FICA/MEDICARE 


2624.00 


2500.20 


2500.20 


0.00 


123.80 


4.72 


01-4191 


.10-230 


PB NH RETIREMENT 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


01-4191 


.10-231 


PB NH RETIREMENT 


2688.00 


2611.64 


2611.64 


0.00 


76.36 


2.84 


01-4191 


.10-240 


PB SEMINARS 


50.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


50.00 


100.00 


01-4191 


.10-290 


PB SHORT TERM DIS INSURANCE 


250.00 


244.38 


244.38 


0.00 


5.62 


2.25 


01-4191 


.10-310 


PB ENGINEERING REVIEWS 


1000.00 


500.00 


500.00 


0.00 


500.00 


50.00 


01-4191 


.10-320 


PB LEGAL 


2000.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


2000.00 


100.00 


01-4191 


.10-390 


PB CIRCUIT RIDER 


16200.00 


16200.00 


16200.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


01-4191 


.10-391 


PB CIRCUIT RIDER/LONG RANGE 


3000.00 


3000.00 


3000.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


01-4191 


.10-392 


PB GROWTH MANAGEMENT 


1.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


1.00 


100.00 


01-4191 


.10-550 


PB PRINTING 


1000.00 


9.90 


9.90 


0.00 


990.10 


99.01 



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ACTUAL & BUDGETED EXPENSES & E( 
Report Sequence = Fund or Acct Group 
Account = First thru Last; Mask = H-Hit. It- 
Level of Detail = OBJECT; Level = 9 



CUMBRANCE 



»?» 



Fund: GENERAL FUND 



Period: January 2007 to December 2007 



Account Number 



Account Name 



Current Year Period Current Year Balance Percent 

Budgeted Expenditures Expenditures Encumbrances Remaining Left 



01-4191.10-551 
01-4191.10-560 
01-4191.10-611 
01-4191.10-620 
01-4191.10-625 
01-4191.10-690 
01-4191.10-740 



PB ADS/NOTICES 

PB RPC DUES 

PB REGISTRY 

PB OFFICE SUPPLIES 

PB POSTAGE 

PB MISCELLANEOUS 

PB EQUIPMENT 



1000.00 

3448.00 

30.00 

150.00 

100.00 

100.00 

1.00 



187.00 

3489.00 

0.00 

140.79 

0.00 

147.99 



187.00 
3489.00 

0.00 
140.79 

0.00 
147.99 

0.00 



00 

00 
00 
00 
00 

00 
00 



813.00 

(41.00) 

30.00 

9.21 
100.00 
(47.99) 

1.00 



81.30 
(1.19) 
100.00 

6.14 
100.00 
(47.99) 
100.00 



* TOTAL * 



PLANNING BOARD 



78455. ( 



72224.05 



72224.05 



0.00 



6230.95 



7.94 



ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 



01-4191.20-110 ZBA SALARY 

01-4191.20-225 ZBA FICA/MEDICARE 

01-4191.20-625 ZBA POSTAGE/LEGAL NOTICES 

**TOTAL** ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 



1100.00 


869.39 


869.39 


0.00 


230.61 


20.96 


84.00 


66.52 


66.52 


0.00 


17.48 


20.81 


1400.00 


358.00 


358.00 


0.00 


1042.00 


74.43 



2584.00 



1293.91 



1293.91 



0.00 



1290.09 



49.93 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS 



01-4194.10-210 


GB HEALTH INSURANCE 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 





00 


0.00 


0.00 


01-4194.10-225 


GB FICA/MEDICARE 


1214.00 


1118.81 


1118.81 





00 


95.19 


7.84 


01-4194.10-231 


GB NH RETIREMENT 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 





00 


0.00 


0.00 


01-4194.10-341 


GB TELEPHONE 


6000.00 


5929.15 


5929.15 





00 


70.85 


1.18 


01-4194.10-342 


GB TELEPHONE SERVICE CONTRACT 


1250.00 


1293.00 


1293.00 





00 


(43.00) 


(3.44) 


01-4194.10-360 


GB MAINTENANCE PERSON 


15864.00 


14625.11 


14625.11 





00 


1238.89 


7.81 


01-4194.10-410 


GB ELECTRICITY 


7600.00 


8204.30 


8204.30 





00 


(604.30) 


(7.95) 


01-4194.10-411 


GB HEATING OIL/GAS 


4200.00 


5765.89 


5765.89 





00 


(1565.89) 


(37.28) 


01-4194.10-430 


GB REPAIRS/MAINTENANCE 


3000.00 


3560.58 


3560.58 





00 


(560.58) 


(18.69) 


01-4194.10-490 


GB FIRE ALARM CONTRACT 


1500.00 


300.00 


300.00 





00 


1200.00 


80.00 


01-4194.10-610 


GB SUPPLIES 


100.00 


92.22 


92.22 





00 


7.78 


7.78 


01-4194.10-611 


GB FLORAL TRIBUTES 


300.00 


516.45 


516.45 





00 


(216.45) 


(72.15) 


01-4194.10-640 


GB CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES 


1000.00 


1320.58 


1320.58 





00 


(320.58) 


(32.06) 


01-4194.10-692 


GB BOTTLED WATER 


300.00 


429.00 


429.00 





00 


(129.00) 


(43.00) 


01-4194.10-710 


GB IMPROVEMENTS TO GROUNDS 


600.00 


495.84 


495.84 





00 


104.16 


17.36 


01-4194.10-720 


GB IMPROVEMENTS TO BUILDINGS 


4000.00 


2374.57 


2374.57 





00 


1625.43 


40.64 


01-4194.10-721 


GB BUILDINGS (FD) 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 





00 


0.00 


0.00 


01-4194.10-750 


GB EQUIPMENT 


500.00 


274.87 


274.87 





00 


225.13 


45.03 


**TOTAL 


v * GENERAL GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS 


47428.00 


46300.37 


46300.37 





00 


1127.63 


2.38 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

01-4194.20-190 GG VOL APPRECIATION 



1.00 



305.00 



305.00 



0.00 



(304.00) 



***** **\ 



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ACTUAL 



BUDGETED EXPENSES & ENCUMBRANCE 
Report Sequence = Fund or Acct Group 
Account = First thru Last; Mask = ##-#### . ## 
Level of Detail = OBJECT; Level = 9 



-ill 



Fund: GENERAL FUND 



Period: January 2001 to December 2007 



Account Number 



Account Name 



Current Year Period Current Year Balance Percent 

Budgeted Expenditures Expenditures Encumbrances Remaining Left 



01 


-4194.20-230 


GG LOSAP 


01 


-4194.20-390 


GG MICROFILM RECORDS 


01 


-4194.20-391 


GG MISCELLANEOUS CONTRACTS 


01 


-4194.20-440 


GG LEASED FURN/EQUIPMENT 


01 


-4194.20-611 


GG REGISTRY OF DEEDS 


01 


-4194.20-620 


GG OFFICE SUPPLIES 


01 


-4194.20-625 


GG POSTAGE 


01 


-4194.20-670 


GG RSA'S/SUPPLEMENTS 


01 


-4194.20-672 


GG BRENTWOOD NEWSLETTER 


01 


-4194.20-681 


GG MILEAGE 


01 


-4194.20-690 


GG MISCELLANEOUS 


01 


-4194.20-691 


GG PERAMBULATIONS 


01 


-4194.20-692 


GG AERIALS 


01 


-4194.20-693 


GG MISCELLANEOUS FEES 



*TOTAL** GENERAL GOVERNMENT 



6000.00 


4000.00 


4000.00 


2000.00 


577.29 


577.29 


2000.00 


2013.75 


2013.75 


2046.00 


2045.76 


2045.76 


1000.00 


366.80 


366.80 


5400.00 


6430.59 


6430.59 


2500.00 


2296.99 


2296.99 


400.00 


270.85 


270.85 


9200.00 


9200.00 


9200.00 


600.00 


1175.99 


1175.99 


50.00 


95.00 


95.00 


1.00 


0.00 


0.00 


1.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


1199.00 


28778.02 


28778.02 



CEMETERIES 


CEM SALARIES 


3113.00 


2939.87 




01-4195.10-110 


2939.87 


01-4195.10-225 


CEM FICA/MEDICARE 


238.00 


224.89 


224.89 


01-4195.10-410 


CEM ELECTRICAL SERVICE 


250.00 


295.85 


295.85 


01-4195.10-635 


CEM FUEL 


125.00 


123.58 


123.58 


01-4195.10-650 


CEM GROUNDSKEEPING 


4000.00 


4072.48 


4072.48 


01-4195.10-740 


CEM EQUIPMENT 


1.00 


0.00 


0.00 




"TOTAL** CEMETERIES 


7727.00 


7656.67 


7656.67 



INSURANCE NOT OTHERWISE ALLOCATED 



01-4196.10-520 
01-4196.10-521 
01-4196.10-522 



IN PROPERTY & LIABILITY 
IN WORKER'S COMPENSATION 
IN HEALTH INSURANCE REIMB 



35000.00 

37500.00 

0.00 



32290.75 

42319.00 
0.00 



32290.75 

42319.00 

0.00 



"TOTAL** INSURANCE NOT OTHERWISE ALLOCATED 
ADVERTISING AND REGIONAL ASSOCIATION 
01-4197.10-560 NHMA DUES 

"TOTAL** ADVERTISING AND REGIONAL ASSOCIATION 
POLICE DEPARTMENT 



72500.00 

2846.00 
2846.00 



74609.75 

2846.04 
2846.04 



74609.75 

2846.04 
2846.04 






00 


2000.00 


33.33 





00 


1422.71 


71.14 





00 


(13.75) 


(0.69) 





00 


0.24 


0.01 





00 


633.20 


63.32 





00 


(1030.59) 


(19.09) 





00 


203.01 


8.12 





00 


129.15 


32.29 





00 


0.00 


0.00 





00 


(575.99) 


(96.00) 





00 


(45.00) 


(90.00) 





00 


1.00 


100.00 





00 


1.00 


100.00 





?j 


0.00 


0.00 



00 



0.00 

0.00 
0.00 



2420.98 



70.33 



(2109.75) 

(0.04) 
(0.04) 



7.76 



173.13 


5.56 


13.11 


5.51 


(45.85) 


(18.34 


1.42 


1.14 


(72.48) 


(1.81 


1.00 


100.00 



0.91 



2709.25 


7.74 


4819.00) 


(12.85) 


0.00 


0.00 



(2.91) 

0.00 
0.00 



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ACTUAL i. BUDGETED EXPENSES & ENCUMBRANCE 

Report Sequence = Fund or Acct Group 

Account = First thru Last; Mask = i§-i#itf .#§-§« 

Level of Detail = OBJECT; Level = 9 



Fund: GENERAL FUND 



Period: January 2007 to December 2007 



Account Number 



Account Name 



Current Year Period Current Year Balance Percent 

Budgeted Expenditures Expenditures Encumbrances Remaining Left 



01-4210.10-110 


PD SALARY 


230760.00 


246536.65 


246536.65 


01-4210.10-111 


PD ADMINISTRATION 


8000.00 


8251.20 


8251.20 


01-4210.10-112 


PD SECRETARY 


25217.00 


24866.95 


24866.95 


01-4210.10-113 


PD INVESTIGATOR 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


01-4210.10-115 


PD PRIVATE DUTY 


40000.00 


45715.00 


45715.00 


01-4210.10-140 


PD OVERTIME 


5000.00 


9516.48 


9516.48 


01-4210.10-210 


PD HEALTH INSURANCE 


51862.00 


48439.20 


48439.20 


01-4210.10-211 


PD IN LIEU OF INS 


2400.00 


2600.00 


2600.00 


01-4210.10-212 


PD COURT FEES 


2500.00 


3558.72 


3558.72 


01-4210.10-215 


PD LIFE INSURANCE 


650.00 


634.34 


634.34 


01-4210.10-219 


PD DENTAL INSURANCE 


875.00 


437.40 


437.40 


01-4210.10-225 


PD FICA/MEDICARE 


7219.00 


10091.69 


10091.69 


01-4210.10-230 


PD DEFERRED COMP 


4615.00 


881.40 


881.40 


01-4210.10-231 


PD NH RETIREMENT 


31258.00 


32045.39 


32045.39 


01-4210.10-240 


PD TRAINING 


10000.00 


8243.10 


8243.10 


01-4210.10-241 


PD FIREARMS QUALIFICATION 


5000.00 


1882.66 


1882.66 


01-4210.10-290 


PD SHORT TERM DIS INSURANCE 


1600.00 


1492.07 


1492.07 


01-4210.10-320 


PD CRIMINAL PROSECUTOR 


11157.00 


11556.76 


11556.76 


01-4210.10-330 


PD COMPUTER SUPPORT 


8500.00 


10553.93 


10553.93 


01-4210.10-341 


PD TELEPHONE/ PAGERS 


5000.00 


4934.99 


4934.99 


01-4210.10-390 


PD MUTUAL ASSISTANCE 


1.00 


0.00 


0.00 


01-4210.10-440 


PD CRUISER 


30000.00 


29417.55 


29417.55 


01-4210.10-560 


PD DUES & SUBSCRIPTIONS 


150.00 


0.00 


0.00 


01-4210.10-620 


PD SUPPLIES 


3000.00 


2103.44 


2103.44 


01-4210.10-635 


PD GASOLINE 


18000.00 


21651.20 


21651.20 


01-4210.10-660 


PD VEHICLE REPAIRS/MAINTENANCE 


8000.00 


9265.39 


9265.39 


01-4210.10-661 


PD RADIO REPAIRS 


500.00 


0.00 


0.00 


01-4210.10-681 


PD MILEAGE 


1000.00 


1013.59 


1C13.59 


01-4210.10-690 


PD UNIFORMS 


7000.00 


3957.29 


3957.29 


01-4210.10-691 


PD MISCELLANEOUS 


500.00 


390.49 


390.49 


01-4210.10-740 


PD EQUIPMENT 


10000.00 


1904.09 


1904.09 




**TOTAL** POLICE DEPARTMENT 


529764.00 


541940.97 


541940.97 



' 


00 


(15776.65) 


(6.84) 


] 


00 


(251.20) 


(3.14) 


: 


00 


350.05 


1.39 




CO 


0.00 


0.00 




00 


(5715.00) 


(14.29) 





00 


(4516.48) 


(90.33) 


[ 


00 


3422.80 


6.60 


3 


00 


(200.00) 


(8.33) 





00 


(1058.72) 


(42.35) 





CO 


15.66 


2.41 





00 


437.60 


50.01 





00 


(2872.69) 


(39.79) 





00 


3733.60 


80.90 





00 


(787.39) 


(2.52) 





00 


1756.90 


17.57 





00 


3117.34 


62.35 





CO 


107.93 


6.75 





00 


(399.76) 


(3.58) 





00 


(2053.93) 


(24.16) 


c 


00 


65.01 


1.30 





"■: 


1.00 


100.00 





00 


582.45 


1.94 





00 


150.00 


100.00 





::. 


896.56 


29.89 







(3651.20) 


(20.28) 





. 


(1265.39) 


(15.82) 





' 


500.00 


100.00 





00 


(13.59) 


(1.36) 





.00 


3042.71 


43.47 





00 


109.51 


21.90 





.'.' 


8095.91 


80.96 



0.00 



(12176.97) 



(2.30) 



AMBULANCE 

01-4215.10-110 
01-4215.10-240 
01-4215.10-390 
01-4215.10-620 
01-4215.10-660 



AMB HOLIDAY COVERAGE 

AMB TRAINING 

AMB BILLING SERVICE 

AMB SUPPLIES 

AMB REPAIRS 



*TOTAL** AMBULANCE 



0.00 
0.00 
0.00 
0.00 
0.00 



0. 



0.00 



0.00 


'. 


0.00 


. 


0.00 


0. 


0.00 


0. 


0.00 


1. 



00 



0.00 



0.00 



0.00 



0.00 



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ACTUAL 4 BUDGETED EXPENSES 4 ENCU 
Report Sequence = Fund or Acct Group 
Account = First thru Last; Mask = ##—#### . ##—### 

Level of Detail = OBJECT; Level = 9 



R A N C E 



Fund: GENERAL FUND 



Period: January 2007 to December 2007 



Account Number 



Account Name 



Current Year Period Current Year Balance Percent 

Budgeted Expenditures Expenditures Encumbrances Remaining Left 



FIRE DEPARTMENT 




01-4220.10-110 


FD SALARIES 


01-4220.10-111 


FD FULL TIME FIREFIGHTER 


01-4220.10-112 


FD SECRETARY 


01-4220.10-210 


FD HEALTH INSURANCE 


01-4220.10-215 


FD LIFE INSURANCE 


01-4220.10-219 


FD DENTAL INSURANCE 


01-4220.10-225 


FD FICA/MEDICARE 


01-4220.10-230 


FD DEFERRED COMP 


01-4220.10-231 


FD NH RETIREMENT 


01-4220.10-240 


FD DEPARTMENT TRAINING 


01-4220.10-290 


FD SHORT TERM DISABILITY 


01-4220.10-341 


FD TELEPHONE 


01-4220.10-350 


FD EMPLOYEE MEDICAL SERVICES 


01-4220.10-390 


FD AMBULANCE BILLING SERVICE 


01-4220.10-410 


FD ELECTRICITY 


01-4220.10-411 


FD HEATING OIL 


01-4220.10-560 


FD DUES/SUBSCRIPTIONS 


01-4220.10-620 


FD AMBULANCE SUPPLIES 


01-4220.10-635 


FD VEHICLE FUEL 


01-4220.10-660 


FD VEHICLE REPAIRS 


01-4220.10-661 


FD RADIO REPAIRS 


01-4220.10-680 


FD DEPARTMENTAL SUPPLIES 


01-4220.10-690 


FD PROTECTIVE GEAR 


01-4220.10-720 


FD BUILDING MAINTENANCE 


01-4220.10-740 


FD EQUIPMENT 


01-4220.10-741 


FD EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE 


01-4220.10-830 


FD FORESTRY 



77000.00 

69774.00 

500.00 

17116.00 

200.00 

292.00 

6903.00 

1395.00 

12000.00 

2800.00 

540.00 

3778.00 

0.00 

1.00 

5300.00 

7500.00 

2857.00 

1.00 

4000.00 

8760.00 

3200.00 

4470.00 

4500.00 

1000.00 

2350.00 

1100.00 

1.00 



67101.43 

69423.02 

37.89 

17116.32 

191.82 

291.6C 

5364.61 

1395.42 

12757.20 

L110.0C 

495.72 

3717.28 

0.00 

0.00 

4382.03 

7301.92 

2513.75 

0.00 

4351.60 

10407.57 

2790.50 

3978.16 

4262.65 

2891.18 

2370.62 

1234.30 

0.00 



67101.43 

69423.02 

37.89 

17116.32 

191.82 

291.60 

5364.61 

1395.42 

12757.20 

1110.00 

495.72 

3717.28 

0.00 

0.00 

4382.03 

7301.92 

2513.75 

0.00 

4351.60 

10407.57 

2790.50 

3978.16 

4262.65 

2891.18 

2370.62 

1234.30 

0.00 






33 


9898.57 


12.86 


: 


03 


350.98 


0.50 





30 


462.11 


92.42 


: 


33 


(0.32) 


0.00 


: 


33 


8.18 


4.09 


: 


00 


0.40 


3.14 


: 


33 


1538.39 


22.29 


: 


'33 


(0.42) 


(0.03) 





33 


(757.20) 


(6.31) 


■ 


33 


1690.00 


60.36 





33 


44.28 


8.20 





38 


60.72 


1.61 





83 


0.00 


0.00 





33 


1.00 


100.00 





33 


917.97 


17.32 





83 


198.08 


2.64 


3 


83 


343.25 


12.01 





83 


1.00 


100.00 





00 


(351.60) 


(8.79) 





oc 


(1647.57) 


(18.81) 





10 


409.50 


12.80 


3 


88 


491.84 


11.00 





83 


237.35 


5.27 





30 


(1891.18) 


(189.12) 





" 


(20.62) 


(0.88) 





:: 


(134.30) 


(12.21) 


3 


33 


1.00 


100.00 



* TOTAL* 



FIRE DEPARTMENT 



237338. 



225486.59 



225486.59 



0.00 



11851.41 



4.99 



LOSS COMMITTEE 

01-4225.10-110 
01-4225.10-225 
01-4225.10-350 
01-4225.10-351 
01-4225.10-390 



JLMC SALARIES 
JLMC FICA/MEDICARE 
JLMC DRUG/ALCOHOL TESTING 
JLMC PRE EMP PHYSICALS 
JLMC CONSORTIUM 



100.00 
8.00 
100.00 
792.00 
200.00 



16.26 
1.24 

130.00 
0.00 

175.00 



16.26 
1.24 

130.00 
0.00 

175.00 



.00 
.00 

.08 
.OC 

.00 



83.74 


83.74 


6.76 


84.50 


(30.00) 


(30.00 


792.00 


100.00 


25.00 


12.50 



*TOTAL* 



LOSS COMMITTEE 



1200.00 



322.50 



322.50 



0.00 



877.50 



73.13 



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ACTUAL 5 BUDGETED EXPENSES & ENCUM 
Report Sequence = Fund or Acct Group 
Account = First thru Last; Mask = ##-#### . ##-### 
Level of Detail = OBJECT; Level = 9 



R A N C E 



Fund: GENERAL FUND 



Period: January 2007 to December 2007 







Current Year 


Period 


Current Year 




Balance 


Percent 


Account Number 


Account Name 


Budgeted 


Expenditures 


Expenditures 


Encumbrances 


Remaining 


Left 


CODE ENFORCEMENT 


CE BUILDING INSPECTOR 


25000.00 


14758.74 


14758.74 


0.00 


10241.26 




01-4240.10-110 


40.97 


01-4240.10-111 


CE TEST PIT FEES 


7000.00 


5540.00 


5540.00 


0.00 


1460.00 


20.86 


01-4240.10-112 


CE DRIVEWAY FEES 


2300.00 


825.00 


825.00 


0.00 


1475.00 


64.13 


01-4240.10-225 


CE FICA/MEDICARE 


1913.00 


1129.01 


1129.01 


0.00 


783.99 


40.98 


01-4240.10-550 


CE PRINTING/BOOKS 


450.00 


313.97 


313.97 


0.00 


136.03 


30.23 


01-4240.10-560 


CE DUES/SUBSCRIPTIONS 


1.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


1.00 


100.00 




"TOTAL** CODE ENFORCEMENT 


36664.00 


22566.72 


22566.72 


0.00 


14097.28 


38.45 


EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 


EM PAYROLL 


2000.00 


1094.85 


1094.85 


0.00 


905.15 




01-4290.10-110 


45.26 


01-4290.10-225 


EM FICA/MEDICARE 


153.00 


83.76 


83.76 


0.00 


69.24 


45.25 


01-4290.10-240 


EM TRAINING/CERT 


1000.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


1000.00 


100.00 


01-4290.10-670 


EM BOOKS/PAMPHLETS 


50.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


50.00 


100.00 


01-4290.10-680 


EM SUPPLIES/UNIFORMS 


500.00 


163.46 


163.46 


0.00 


336.54 


67.31 


01-4290.10-690 


EM MEALS 


100.00 


147.97 


147.97 


0.00 


(47.97) 


(47.97) 



* TOTAL** EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 



3803.00 



1490.04 



1490.04 



0.00 



2312.96 



60.82 



SUB TOTAL HIGHWAY 



ROAD MAINTENANCE 


HWY SALARIES 


121470.00 


101507.71 


101507.71 


0.00 


19962.29 




01-4312.20-110 


16.43 


01-4312.20-111 


HWY SALARIES, MOWING 


0.00 


11711.25 


11711.25 





00 


(11711.25) 


0.00 


01-4312.20-140 


HWY OVERTIME 


4000.00 


2628.15 


2628.15 





00 


1371.85 


34.30 


01-4312.20-210 


HWY HEALTH INSURANCE 


23962.00 


25389.16 


25389.16 





00 


(1427.16) 


(5.96) 


01-4312.20-211 


HWY IN LIEU OF INSURANCE 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 





00 


0.00 


0.00 


01-4312.20-215 


HWY LIFE INSURANCE 


320.00 


287.73 


287.73 





00 


32.27 


10.08 


01-4312.20-219 


HWY DENTAL INSURANCE 


437.00 


437.40 


437.40 





00 


(0.40) 


(0.09) 


01-4312.20-225 


HWY FICA/MEDICARE 


9598.00 


8862.10 


8862.10 





00 


735.90 


7.67 


01-4312.20-230 


HWY DEFERRED COMP 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 





00 


0.00 


0.00 


01-4312.20-231 


HWY NH RETIREMENT 


6881.00 


9246.60 


9246.60 





no 


(2365.60) 


(34.38) 


01-4312.20-240 


HWY TRAINING/EDUCATION 


700.00 


0.00 


0.00 





00 


700.00 


100.00 


01-4312.20-290 


HWY SHORT TERM DIS INSURANCE 


800.00 


692.94 


692.94 





00 


107.06 


13.38 


01-4312.20-341 


HWY TELEPHONE/ PAGERS 


1900.00 


1967.00 


1967.00 





no 


(67.00) 


(3.53) 


01-4312.20-390 


HWY CUT BRUSH/TREES 


3500.00 


0.00 


0.00 





00 


3500.00 


100.00 


01-4312.20-410 


HWY ELECTRICITY 


2000.00 


2508.53 


2508.53 





00 


(508.53) 


(25.43) 


01-4312.20-411 


HWY HEATING OIL 


4000.00 


5213.40 


5213.40 





00 


(1213.40) 


(30.33) 



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ACTUAL & BUDGETED EXPENSES & Et 
Report Sequence = Fund or Acct Group 
Account = First thru Last; Mask = ##-#### - ##- 
Level of Detail = OBJECT; Level = 9 



CUMBRANCE 



fit 



Fund: GENERAL FUND 



Period: January 2007 to December 2007 



Account Number 



Account Name 



Current Year Period Current Year Balance Percent 

Budgeted Expenditures Expenditures Encumbrances Remaining Left 



01-4312.20-440 HWY EQUIPMENT RENTAL/MOWING 

01-4312.20-620 HWY OFFICE SUPPLIES 

01-4312.20-635 HWY FUEL 

01-4312.20-640 HWY BUILDING MAINTENANCE 

01-4312.20-660 HWY VEHICLE MAINT/REPAIRS 

01-4312.20-680 HWY COLD PATCH 

01-4312.20-681 HWY SUPPLIES/PARTS 

01-4312.20-682 HWY SIGNS/TOOLS 

01-4312.20-683 HWY GUARD RAILS 

01-4312.20-684 HWY CULVERTS /BASINS 

01-4312.20-685 HWY CRUSHED STONE/GRAVEL 

01-4312.20-686 HWY HAND TOOLS 

01-4312.20-687 HWY MOWING EQUIPMENT 

01-4312.20-690 HWY UNIFORMS 

01-4312.20-730 HWY ROAD RECONSTRUCTION 

01-4312.20-740 HWY EQUIPMENT/RADIO 

01-4312.20-760 HWY EQUIPMENT PAYMENTS 

01-4312.20-761 HWY TRUCK LEASE PAYMENT 

"TOTAL" ROAD MAINTENANCE 



5000.00 


5723.00 


5723.00 





CO 


(723.00) 


(14.46) 


150.00 


72.90 


72.90 




00 


77.10 


51.40 


14500.00 


20543.68 


20543.68 





00 


(6043.68) 


(41.68) 


1500.00 


908.85 


908.85 





do 


591.15 


39.41 


20000.00 


20978.88 


20978.88 





00 


(978.88) 


(4.89) 


2500.00 


1514.36 


1514.36 


3 


00 


985.64 


39.43 


5500.00 


5781.14 


5781.14 





00 


(281.14) 


(5.11) 


1700.00 


1728.47 


1728.47 





09 


(28.47) 


(1.67) 


500.00 


0.00 


0.00 





00 


500.00 


100.00 


2500.00 


1630.35 


1630.35 





00 


869.65 


34.79 


1000.00 


532.00 


532.00 





DO 


468.00 


46.80 


500.00 


249.26 


249.26 





00 


250.74 


50.15 


2000.00 


1066.68 


1066.68 





30 


933.32 


46.67 


1000.00 


442.45 


442.45 





CO 


557.55 


55.76 


30000.00 


18064.88 


18064.88 





30 


11935.12 


39.78 


1500.00 


657.00 


657.00 





DO 


843.00 


56.20 


33038.00 


33037.38 


33037.38 





00 


0.62 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 





00 


0.00 


0.00 


302456.00 


283383.25 


283383.25 





.'CO 


19072.75 


6.31 



SNOW PLOWING/REMOVAL 



01-4312.50-110 


SN SALARIES 


01-4312.50-120 


SN SEASONAL EMPLOYEES 


01-4312.50-140 


SN OVERTIME 


01-4312.50-225 


SN FICA/MEDICARE 


01-4312.50-230 


SN Deferred Compensation 


01-4312.50-231 


SN NH RETIREMENT 


01-4312.50-430 


SN EQUIPMENT MAINT 


01-4312.50-440 


SN EQUIPMENT RENTAL 


01-4312.50-680 


SN SAND/SALT/COLD PATCH 


01-4312.50-681 


SN PARTS 


01-4312.50-682 


SN EXTRA VOTED AT T.M. 



*TOTAL" SNOW PLOWING/REMOVAL 
"TOTAL** SUB TOTAL HIGHWAY 



1.00 


4057.44 


4057.44 


0.00 


(4056.44)( 


***** **i 


8000.00 


6701.74 


6701.74 


0.00 


1298.26 


16.23 


10000.00 


12059.78 


12059.78 


0.00 


(2059.78) 


(20.60) 


1377.00 


1745.64 


1745.64 


0.00 


(368.64) 


(26.77) 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


1723.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


1723.00 


100.00 


4500.00 


13798.45 


13798.45 


0.00 


(9298.45) 


(206.63) 


2000.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


2000.00 


100.00 


45000.00 


30650.73 


30650.73 


0.00 


14349.27 


31.89 


2500.00 


2065.11 


2065.11 


0.00 


434.89 


17.40 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


75101.00 


71078.89 


71078.89 


0.00 


4022.11 


5.36 


377557.00 


354462.14 


354462.14 


0.00 


23094.86 


6.12 



STREET LIGHTING 


SL STREET LIGHTING 


420.00 


402.94 


402.94 


0.00 


17.06 




01-4316.10-410 


4.06 




"TOTAL** STREET LIGHTING 


420.00 


402.94 


402.94 


0.00 


17.06 


4.06 



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ACTUAL 



& BUDGETED EXPENSES & ENCUMBRANCE 
Report Sequence = Fund or Acct Group 
Account = First thru Last; Mask = ##-#### . ##-### 
Level of Detail = OBJECT; Level = 9 



Fund: GENERAL FUND 



Period: January 2007 to December 2007 







Current Year 


Period 


Current Year 




Balance 


Percent 


Account Number 


Account Name 


Budgeted 


Expenditures 


Expenditures 


Encumbrances 


Remaining 


Left 


SOLID WASTE COLLECTION 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 




01-4323.10-240 


RECY TRAINING 


0.00 


01-4323.10-341 


RECY TELEPHONE 





00 





00 





00 





00 


0.00 





00 


01-4323.10-540 


RECY HAULING 





00 





00 





00 





00 


0.00 





00 


01-4323.10-560 


WD DUES 


5626 


00 


5626 


00 


5626 


00 





00 


0.00 





00 


01-4323.10-571 


WD RUBBISH COLLECTION 


89384 


00 


88632 


84 


88632 


84 





00 


751.16 





84 


01-4323.10-572 


WD CURBSIDE RECY COLLECTION 


44694 


00 


44309 


76 


44309 


76 





00 


384.24 





86 


01-4323.10-680 


RECY SUPPLIES/BINS 


300 


00 





00 





00 





00 


300.00 


100 


00 


01-4323.10-710 


RECY SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS 


1 


00 





00 





00 





00 


1.00 


100 


00 


01-4323.10-740 


RECY USED OIL 


1 


CO 





00 





00 





00 


1.00 


100 


00 




"TOTAL** SOLID WASTE COLLECTION 


140006 


00 


138568 


60 


138568 


60 





00 


1437.40 


1 


03 



SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL 

01-4324.10-390 WD LANDFILL FEES 

"TOTAL** SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL 



105000.00 


104373.71 


104373.71 


0.00 


626.29 


0.60 


105000.00 


104373.71 


104373.71 


0.00 


626.29 


0.60 



ANIMAL CONTROL 



01-4414.10-110 


ACO SALARIES 


3400.00 


01-4414.10-225 


ACO FICA/MEDI 


260.00 


01-4414.10-240 


ACO TRAINING 


600.00 


01-4414.10-341 


ACO TELEPHONE 


180.00 


01-4414.10-390 


ACO VETERINARY SERVICES 


50.00 


01-4414.10-681 


ACO MILEAGE 


100.00 


01-4414.10-685 


ACO NHSPCA 


200.00 


01-4414.10-740 


ACO EQUIPMENT 


1000.00 




**TOTAL** ANIMAL CONTROL 


5790.00 



163 


20 


2163.20 


165 


49 


165.49 





00 


0.00 


■ 


00 


60.00 


] 


00 


0.00 


33 


38 


33.38 





00 


0.00 


392 


'<:•; 


392.98 



2815.05 



2815.05 





00 


1236.80 


36.38 





00 


94.51 


36.35 





00 


600.00 


100.00 





00 


120.00 


66.67 





00 


50.00 


100.00 





Oil 


66.62 


66.62 





00 


200.00 


100.00 





00 


607.02 


60.70 



0.00 



2974.95 



51.38 



HEALTH AGENCIES S HOSPITALS 



01-4415.10-801 NP RVNA 

01-4415.10-802 NP SEACOAST HOSPICE 

01-4415.10-803 NP SEACOAST RED CROSS 

01-4415.10-804 NP SEXUAL ASSAULT SUPPORT SERV 

01-4415.10-805 NP SEACOAST MENTAL HEALTH 

01-4415.10-807 NP AREA HOMEMAKERS 

01-4415.10-808 NP A SAFE PLACE 

01-4415.10-809 NP CHILD S FAMILY SERVICES 



3746.00 


3746.00 


3746.00 





00 





00 





1000.00 


1000.00 


1000.00 





00 





00 


0. 


350.00 


350.00 


350.00 





00 





00 


' 


550.00 


550.00 


550.00 





00 





00 





1000.00 


1000.00 


1000.00 





00 





00 


0. 


1000.00 


1000.00 


1000.00 





00 





00 





2000.00 


2000.00 


2000.00 





00 





00 





1000.00 


1000.00 


1000.00 





00 





00 






00 



00 



00 



1,1 



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Town of Brentwood 

ACTUAL S BUDGETED EXPENSES & ENCUMBRANCE 

Report Sequence = Fund or Acct Group 

Account = First thru Last; Mask = ##-#### .##-### 

Level of Detail = OBJECT; Level = 9 



Page 000012 



Period: January 2007 to December 2007 



Account Number 



Account Name 



Current Year Period Current Year Balance Percent 

Budgeted Expenditures Expenditures Encumbrances Remaining Left 



01-4415.10-810 NP R MCFARLAND CHILDREN'S CENT 

01-4415.10-811 NP ROCKINGHAM NUTRITION 

01-4415.10-812 NP ROCK COMM ACTION PROGRAM 

01-4415.10-813 NP R.S.V.P. 

01-4415.10-814 NP BIG BROTHERS/BIG SISTERS 

01-4415.10-815 NP NEW OUTLOOK 

**TOTAL** HEALTH AGENCIES & HOSPITALS 



3000.00 


3000.00 


3000.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


479.00 


479.00 


479.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


5422.00 


5422.00 


5422.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


100.00 


100.00 


100.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


19647.00 


19647.00 


19647.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 



HEALTH OFFICE 


HE HEALTH OFFICER 


100.00 


100.00 


100.00 


0.00 


0.00 




01-4419.10-110 


0.00 


01-4419.10-390 


HE FLEX PAY 


200.00 


150.00 


150.00 


0.00 


50.00 


25.00 




**TOTAL** HEALTH OFFICE 


300.00 


250.00 


250.00 


0.00 


50.00 


16.67 



GENERAL ASSISTANCE 



01-4440.10-110 


WE SALARIES 


1556.00 


1556.00 


1556.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


01-4440.10-225 


WE FICA/MEDICARE 


119.00 


119.05 


119.05 


0.00 


(0.05) 


(0.04 


01-4440.10-240 


WE SEMINARS/TRAINING 


50.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


50.00 


100.00 


01-4440.10-560 


WE DUES 


25.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


25.00 


100.00 


01-4440.10-681 


WE MILEAGE 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


01-4440.10-840 


WE DIRECT ASSISTANCE 


7000.00 


1314.73 


1314.73 


0.00 


5685.27 


81.22 



* TOTAL* 



GENERAL ASSISTANCE 



8750.00 



2989.78 



5760.22 



65.83 



PARKS AND RECREATION 



01-4520.10-130 


REC DIRECTOR SALARY 


15243 


00 


15252.40 


15252.40 





00 


(9.40) 


(0.06) 


01-4520.10-225 


REC FICA/MEDICARE 


1166 


00 


1166.85 


1166.85 





00 


(0.85) 


(0.07) 


01-4520.10-341 


REC TELEPHONE 


600 


00 


834.29 


834.29 





00 


(234.29) 


(39.05) 


01-4520.10-410 


REC ELECTRICAL SERVICE 


900 


00 


1541.11 


1541.11 





00 


(641.11) 


(71.23) 


01-4520.10-411 


REC HEATING OIL 


1000 


00 


1530.29 


1530.29 





00 


(530.29) 


(53.03) 


01-4520.10-430 


REC EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE 


800 


00 


320.07 


320.07 





00 


479.93 


59.99 


01-4520.10-440 


REC PORTABLE TOILETS 


1300 


00 


1033.53 


1033.53 





00 


266.47 


20.50 


01-4520.10-520 


REC INSURANCE 





00 


0.00 


0.00 





00 


0.00 


0.00 


01-4520.10-571 


REC RUBBISH REMOVAL 





00 


0.00 


0.00 





00 


0.00 


0.00 


01-4520.10-650 


REC GROUND MAINTENANCE 


5000 


00 


4613.75 


4613.75 





00 


386.25 


7.73 


01-4520.10-680 


REC SUPPLIES 


100 


00 


9.70 


9.70 





00 


90.30 


90.30 


01-4520.10-681 


REC TRAILS EXPENSES 


1 


00 


0.00 


0.00 





00 


1.00 


100.00 


01-4520.10-710 


REC GROUNDS IMPROVEMENTS 


8488 


00 


8487.02 


8487.02 





00 


0.98 


0.01 


01-4520.10-810 


REC TOWN EVENTS 


1500 


00 


1229.14 


1229.14 





00 


270.86 


18.06 



62 



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ACTUAL & BUDGETED EXPENSES 4 ENCU 
Report Sequence = Fund or Acct Group 
Account = First thru Last; Mask = ##-#### .##-### 
Level of Detail = OBJECT; Level = 9 



Page 000013 



B R A N C E 



Fund: GENERAL FUND 



Period: January 2007 to December 2007 



Account Number 



Account Name 



Current Year Period Current Year Balance Percent 

Budgeted Expenditures Expenditures Encumbrances Remaining Left 



'TOTAL** PARKS AND RECREATION 



36098.00 



36018.15 



36018.15 



79.85 



0.22 



LIBRARY 



01-4550.10-110 


LIB SALARIES 


90183 


00 


84683 


55 


84683.55 





00 


5499.45 


6 


10 


01-4550.10-210 


LIB HEALTH INSURANCE 


17116 


00 


15689 


31 


15689.96 





00 


1426.04 


8 


33 


01-4550.10-215 


LIB LIFE INSURANCE 


122 


00 


129 


20 


129.20 


. 


00 


(7.20) 


(5 


90) 


01-4550.10-219 


LIB DENTAL INSURANCE 


292 


00 


291 


60 


291.60 





00 


0.40 





14 


01-4550.10-225 


LIB FICA/MEDICARE 


6899 


00 


6528 


14 


6528.94 





00 


370.06 


5 


36 


01-4550.10-230 


LIB DEFERRED COMPENSATION 


657 


00 


661 


83 


661.83 





00 


(4.83) 


(0 


74) 


01-4550.10-231 


LIB NH RETIREMENT 


2325 


00 


2259 


63 


2259.63 





00 


65.37 


2 


81 


01-4550.10-290 


LIB SHORT TERM DISABILITY INS 


393 


00 


428 


73 


428.73 





00 


(35.73) 


(9 


09) 


01-4550.10-341 


LIB TELEPHONE 





00 





00 


0.00 





00 


0.00 





00 


01-4550.10-342 


LIB QUARTERLY PAYMENTS 


44857 


00 


44857 


00 


44857.00 





00 


0.00 





00 


01-4550.10-390 


LIB PROGRAMS 





00 





00 


0.00 





00 


0.00 





00 


01-4550.10-410 


LIB ELECTRIC 





00 





00 


0.00 





00 


0.00 





00 


01-4550.10-411 


LIB GAS/OIL 





00 





00 


0.00 





00 


0.00 





00 


01-4550.10-490 


LIB FIRE ALARM CONTRACT 





00 





00 


0.00 





00 


0.00 





00 


01-4550.10-670 


LIB BOOKS/MEDIA 





00 





00 


0.00 





00 


0.00 





00 


01-4550.10-740 


LIB EQUIPMENT REPAIRS/REPLAC. 





00 





00 


0.00 





oo 


0.00 





00 


01-4550.10-750 


LIB FURNISHINGS 





00 





oo 


0.00 





oo 


0.00 





00 


01-4550.10-820 


LIB CONTRACTS 





00 





00 


0.00 







0.00 





00 




"TOTAL** LIBRARY 


162844 


00 


155530 


44 


155530.44 





00 


7313.56 


4 


.49 



CONSERVATION COMMISSION 



01-4611.10-110 


CC BOARD SECRETARY 


600.00 


450.00 


450.00 





00 


150.00 


25.00 


01-4611.10-225 


CC FICA/MEDICARE 


50.00 


0.00 


0.00 





00 


50.00 


100.00 


01-4611.10-240 


CC TRAINING 


140.00 


66.00 


66.00 





00 


74.00 


52.86 


01-4611.10-301 


CC PROF AUDITING OF EASEMENTS 


1500.00 


1500.00 


1500.00 





00 


0.00 


0.00 


01-4611.10-390 


CC ERLAC DUES 


150.00 


150.00 


150.00 





00 


0.00 


0.00 


01-4611.10-551 


CC ADS/NOTICES 


750.00 


469.44 


469.44 





00 


280.56 


37.41 


01-4611.10-560 


CC DUES 


250.00 


225.00 


225.00 





00 


25.00 


10.00 


01-4611.10-610 


CC SUPPLIES 


1.00 


0.00 


0.00 





00 


1.00 


100.00 


01-4611.10-625 


CC POSTAGE 


1.00 


0.00 


0.00 





00 


1.00 


100.00 


OTHER FINANCIAL USES 



















01-4611.10-990 CC FUND 

**TOTAL** OTHER FINANCIAL USES 



32718.00 


32718.00 


32718.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


32718.00 


32718.00 


32718.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 



(, ■; 



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Page 000014 



Fund: GENERAL FUND 



ACTUAL 



& BUDGETED EXPENSES & ENCUMBRANCE 
Report Sequence = Fund or Acct Group 
Account = First thru Last; Mask = ##-#### .##-### 
Level of Detail = OBJECT; Level = 9 



Period: January 2007 to December 2007 



Account Number 



Account Name 



Current Year Period Current Year Balance Percent 

Budgeted Expenditures Expenditures Encumbrances Remaining Left 



"TOTAL" CONSERVATION COMMISSION 
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 



01-4651.10-341 
01-4651.10-551 
01-4651.10-625 
01-4651.10-681 



BIDC TELEPHONE 
BIDC ADVERTISING 
BIDC POSTAGE 
BIDC MILEAGE 



*TOTAL* 



ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 



36160.00 



0.00 



35578.44 



35578.44 



0.00 



0.00 



;).(. 



o.:: 



581.56 



0.00 



1.61 



0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 



0.00 



DEBT SERVICE, NOTE 



01-4711.10-000 


DEBT SERVICE, NOTE 




6960.00 


5136.00 


5136.00 


0.00 


1824.00 


26.21 


01-4711.10-384 


DEBT SERVICE, NOTE 




0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


OTHER FINANCIAL 


USES 




0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 




01-4711.10-980 


DEBT T.O.B P & I 


0.00 


01-4711.10-981 


DEBT DEMERITT P & I 




54348.00 


54348.00 


54348.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


01-4711.10-983 


DEBT LIBRARY 




51813.00 


51812.50 


51812.50 


0.00 


0.50 


0.00 


01-4711.10-984 


DEBT OPEN SPACE BOND 




45100.00 


45100.01 


45100.01 


0.00 


(0.01) 


0.00 




"TOTAL** OTHER FINANCIAL 


USES 


151261.00 


151260.51 


151260.51 


0.00 


0.49 


0.00 




"TOTAL" DEBT SERVICE, 


NOTE 


158221.00 


156396.51 


156396.51 


0.00 


1824.49 


1.15 



DEBT SERVICE 



01-4723.10-340 


DEBT SERVICE, TAN 


1.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


1.00 


100.00 




"TOTAL** DEBT SERVICE 


1.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


1.00 


100.00 


CONTINGENCIES 

















01-4724.10-810 
01-4724.10-811 



CONTINGENCIES 


89430.00 


25000.00 


25000.00 


0.00 


64430.00 


72.05 


MATCHING FUNDS /GRANTS 


10000.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


10000.00 


100.00 


"TOTAL" CONTINGENCIES 


99430.00 


25000.00 


25000.00 


0.00 


74430.00 


74.86 


"TOTAL" OPERATING BUDGET 


2552696.00 


2389856.93 


2389856.93 


0.00 


162839.07 


6.38 



64 



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Page 000015 



ACTUAL S BUDGETED EXPENSES S ENCUMBRANCE 

Report Sequence = Fund or Acct Group 

Account = First thru Last; Mask = ##-#### . ##-### 

Level of Detail = OBJECT; Level = 9 



Fund: GENERAL FUND 



Period: January 2007 to December 2007 



Account Number 



Account Name 



Current. Year Period Current Year Balance Percent 

Budgeted Expenditures Expenditures Encumbrances Remaining Left 



WARRANT ARTICLES 




01-4901.10-390 


WA MOSQUITO CONTROL 


01-4901.10-391 


WA WETLANDS SURVEY 


01-4901.10-730 


WA COMPLETE BRC BLDG 


01-4901.30-710 


BOND FOR LAND/PROPERTY ACQUIS. 


01-4901.50-390 


WA CR FORESTRY PROGRAM 


01-4902.90-760 


WA FRONT END LOADER 


01-4902.90-761 


LEASE PURCHASE HIGHWAY EQUIP 


01-4902.90-762 


WA PURCHASE AMBULANCE 


01-4903.10-721 


WA BOND FOR FIRE STATION 


01-4909.10-730 


WA CR BRIDGE REPAIRS 


01-4909.90-767 


WA ROAD REPAIRS 


01-4910.80-740 


FD RADIOS /PAGERS 


01-4911.90-392 


WA NEW OUTLOOK 


01-4914.30-911 


FD REVOLVING FUND 


01-4915.90-390 


CR TAX MAPS 


01-4915.90-710 


FD CR FIRE STATION STUDY 


01-4915.90-711 


WA CR UNSCHEDULED MAINTENANCE 


01-4915.90-712 


WA CR WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS 


01-4915.90-760 


WA CR. POLICE CRUISERS 


01-4915.90-762 


WA CR. RECYCLING FEES 


01-4915.90-766 


WA CR DUMP TRUCK (S) /EQUIP 


01-4915.90-769 


WA CR REPAIR/REFURB VEHICLES 


01-4915.90-771 


WA CR TO REPLACE FD VEH/EQUIP 


01-4915.90-961 


WA CR. AMBULANCE FEES 


01-4915.90-962 


WA CR BALLFIELD FACILITIES 


01-4916.10-960 


LIBRARY EXPENDABLE TRUST FUND 



"TOTAL** WARRANT ARTICLES 
**TOTAL** GENERAL FUND 



29900 


00 


27900 


00 


27900. 


00 


0. 


00 


2000 


00 


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10000 


00 


10000 


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150000 


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282900 


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280900 


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280900 


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2000 


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2835596 


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2670756 


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2670756 


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End of year 2007 












Operating Budget 


$ 2,670,756.93 




From General Ledger accounts: 






State of NH 


$ 2,846.50 




County tax 


$ 447,413.00 




Regional Coop 


$ 5,073,046.00 




SAU16 


$ 3,921,566.00 




Due From Miscellaneous funds 


$ 13,268.16 




Cemetery maintenance fees 


$ 1,000.00 




Overlay & interest 


$ 5,698.31 




Refund BCC Rental 


$ 600.00 




Due From Capital Reserve 


$ 36,078.04 




Tax map updates 


$ 480.00 




Insurance Credits & reimb. 


$ (2,730.40) 




From FD revolving fund 


$ 16,760.15 




Property tax overpayments 


$ 24,209.09 




Due From Easement Purchase 


$ 614,309.00 




Payroll taxes & deductions 


$ (19.12) 




From impact fees (PD computers) 


$ 2,245.73 




Transfer to Conservation Comm 


$ 4,742.79 




Paid from 2006 Encumbered Funds 


$ 197,639.30 




Grant money & interest txfd to Playground 


$ 5,269.17 




sub total 


$ 13,035,178.65 




Encumbered from 2007 






PB contract for work 


$ (3,000.00) 




WD Landfill Fees 


$ (11,000.00) 




Recreation Ground Maintenance 


$ (1,003.00) 




Cons. Comm Easement Audit 


$ (1,500.00) 




total encumbered 


$ (16,503.00) 










Total disbursements 


$ 13,018,675.65 










Treasurer's disbursements 




$ 12,639,366.65 


Conservation easement purchase 




$ 374,309.00 


Grant txfd to Plaground Fund 




$ 5,000.00 






$ 13,018,675.65 



66 





2008 SALARIES 




Employee Name 


Waqes & OT 


Private Details 


Gross Waqes 


Arkell, Stephen J. 


6,078.70 


124.00 


6,202.70 


Artimovich, Andrew 


4,910.98 


11,060.75 


15,971.73 


Belanger, Christine 


24,803.75 




24,803.75 


Benoit, Sueanne 


1,556.00 




1,556.00 


Bird, Joseph 


42,302.24 




42,302.24 


Bradsher, Todd 


128.10 




128.10 


Bryan, Jeffrey 


2,041.38 




2,041.38 


Byrne, Jane 


22,330.39 




22,330.39 


Byrne, Norman 


128.10 




128.10 


Clancey, Mary 


37.89 




37.89 


Copeland, Sharon 


22,305.60 




22,305.60 


Demeritt, Duane 


39,715.14 


124.00 


39,839.14 


Diburro, Lesley 


1,255.70 




1,255.70 


Edminston, Jr., Ronald 


47.80 




47.80 


Ellis, Jonathan 


5,581.44 




5,581.44 


Foard, Joshua 


102.85 




102.85 


Franek, Derek 


39,193.49 


9,253.50 


48,446.99 


Freeman, Robert 


4,538.71 




4,538.71 


Fritz, Jason 


418.37 




418.37 


Frotton, Randal 


38,808.22 


1,612.00 


40,420.22 


Fuller, Susan 


1,122.36 




1,122.36 


Garside, Jr., Norman 


3,416.12 




3,416.12 


Gauthier, Timothy 


29,795.09 




29,795.09 


Gilbert, Robert 


635.00 




635.00 


Gill, Donna 


15,252.40 




15,252.40 


Gillen, Seth 


259.41 




259.41 


Gordon, Joseph 


126.99 




126.99 


Graham, Sarah 


522.00 




522.00 


Hallett, Jennifer 


93.00 




93.00 


Ingersoll, Wayne 


0.00 


186.00 


186.00 


Isabel, John 


3,611.09 




3,611.09 


Johnston, Kevin 


2,570.38 




2,570.38 


Keegal, Joyce 


375.39 




375.39 


Kelloway, George 


2,832.79 




2,832.79 


Kern, Edward 


28.20 




28.20 


Kilrain, Michael 


7,089.41 




7,089.41 


King, Ricky 


974.55 




974.55 


Knight, Brenda 


903.95 




903.95 


Leach, Thomas 


1,650.73 




1,650.73 


Lemoine, Kevin 


10,101.42 




10,101.42 


Lemoine, Norman 


2,939.87 




2,939.87 


LoConte, David 


0.00 


1,790.25 


1,790.25 


Lord, William 


9,147.39 




9,147.39 


Maloney, Michael 


0.00 


310.00 


310.00 


Markey, Jonathan 


504.45 




504.45 


Martin, Hollis 


1,543.26 




1,543.26 


Mazur, Diana 


123.71 




123.71 


Mechem, Dennis 


2,207.26 




2,207.26 


Menter, David 


2,570.38 




2,570.38 



6 7 



Employee Name 


Waqes & OT 


Private Details 


Gross Waqes 


Miller, Joyce 


28,978.37 




28,978.37 


Morehead, Marilyn 


32,970.19 




32,970.19 


Perkins, Kristopher 


2,815.58 




2,815.58 


Pimental, Jesse 


38,472.25 


3,038.00 


41,510.25 


Prina, Alan 


43,385.01 




43,385.01 


Raymond, Gary 


3,994.01 




3,994.01 


Reed, Nicole 


10,030.97 




10,030.97 


Robinson, Wayne 


60,628.44 


3,500.50 


64,128.94 


Roy, David 


45,421.87 


1,968.50 


47,390.37 


Schmalzer, Victor 


2,570.38 




2,570.38 


Schrempf, Derick 


1,036.52 




1,036.52 


Simmons, Thomas 


0.00 


984.25 


984.25 


St. Hilaire, Kathy 


33,551.80 




33,551.80 


St. Hilaire, Wayne 


2,978.48 




2,978.48 


Stevens, Julie 


34,230.48 




34,230.48 


Sutch, Susan 


2,462.76 




2,462.76 


Swasey, Ashley 


7,183.13 




7,183.13 


Swasey, Russell 


879.26 




879.26 


Tash, Olive 


30,330.79 




30,330.79 


Therrien, Matthew 


1,662.43 




1,662.43 


Thompson, Phyllis 


42,029.00 




42,029.00 


Thorsell, Carolyn 


20,071.90 




20,071.90 


Tilbe, Donald 


20,953.11 




20,953.11 


Tilbe, Jr., Donald 


764.08 




764.08 


Tuck, Gilbert 


13,879.48 




13,879.48 


Turner, Joshua 


6,903.35 


3,810.25 


10,713.60 


Vadeboncoeur, Donna 


7,399.29 




7,399.29 


Waldron, Phoebe 


1,427.04 




1,427.04 


Wells, Brett 


43,733.86 


11,516.50 


55,250.36 


West, Brian 


951.56 




951.56 


Wood, Horace 


45,167.84 


21,560.50 


66,728.34 


Woods, Michael 


1,056.05 




1,056.05 


Totals 


944,600.73 


70,839.00 


1,015,439.73 



i:S 




Trustees of 
The Mary E. Bartlett Library 

Lynn Austin James Clark Merril Dwyer Robert Gilbert Tracy Waldron 




2007 Annual Report of the Trustees to 
The Honorable Board of Selectmen and the Citizens of Brentwood 

To provide enlightenment, entertainment and cultural enrichment by giving unrestricted access to 

a wide array of traditional and unconventional library offerings in various media forms, and to 

do so in a helpful, welcoming way without bias and with full respect for patrons' privacy. 

This mission statement is not only what guides the library trustees and staff in the execution of daily 
and long-term tasks. It is also the standard against which we want to be measured by you, our patrons 
and friends. Looking back on 2007, while we hope we're never satisfied, the feedback and statistics 
give reasonable cause for good feelings. 

• Circulation growth last year was 2Vi%; the compound growth rate for the past five years was 
10.1%. The number of cardholders increased 4% last year and compounded at 7.6% over five 
years. With population growth probably under 1% last year and at 2Vi% per year for the last five 
years, the library continues to grow faster than the town — a larger proportion of the town's citi- 
zens are using (and we hope enjoying) the media the library provides. There are now over 40,000 
items that are available for circulation. 

• Over 5,000 children attended various children's programs in 2007, up some 16% for the year. 
Humanities Council Programs, other speakers (many found by the Friends of the Library), Ladies 
Night at the Movies and book discussions attracted and delighted 860 adults. 

• About a year ago, a grant from the Gates Foundation allowed us to join the New Hampshire 
Downloadable Audio Books Consortium. Download audio books to your computer, burn a disk 
and enjoy listening. Don't know how? Ask us! 

• The Friends of the Library: just trying to acknowledge and thank them presents an annual chal- 
lenge and reveals the inadequacy of our writing skills. They provided much needed shelving, a 
colorful book bin for the children (with many attractive books to fill it), a refrigerator and pop- 
corn maker the library could never have afforded which make gatherings and our showings of 
various "flicks" so much more enjoyable for kids and grownups alike — the list is long. And ... a 
lot of hard work, plus money generates memorable programs for adults and children, and reduced 
rate, some free, passes to museums and other attractions. Their "Beat the Benefactor" challenge 
successfully raised some extra money which will enable more programs like the Majestic Thea- 
tre's "Through the Looking Glass," Martha Dana and her puppets, the super-popular Wildlife En- 
counters, talented musician Steve Blunt and Signs and Smiles, a sign language program for 
toddlers. We are so grateful. 

• Special thanks go to the Brentwood Gardeners whose design, planting and maintenance of our 
grounds and gardens adds so much beauty and enriches everyone's library experience. 

• Sine qua non literally means "without which, not." Webster's defines it as "Something which is 
absolutely indispensable or essential." The definition perfectly fits our Library Director, our 
Children's Librarian and our talented and dedicated Assistants. They, indeed, are the sine qua non 
of the library's success. Through their many dedicated hours they earn our thanks and yours. 
The trustees are proud of the library; all you have to do is visit there, interact with our staff, and 
you'll know why. 

Respectfully submitted by the Trustees of the Library 
69 



The Mary E. Bartlett Library 
2007 Receipts — Expenditures — Fund Balances 



Received from 


Expendi 


tures 




Town of Brentwood $44,857.00 


Audio 




$ 3,261.24 


Donations 2,280.65 


Books 




13,258.24 


Impact Fees 5,532.07 


Building Maintenance 


5,676.17 


Humanities Council Grant 925.56 


Children's Books 




8,551.46 


Edward and Jeannette Gatta 750.00 


Equipment: purchase & maintain 


3,784.18 


Gates Grant 600.00 


Doors/Fittings: bsmnt. addition 


3,307.50 


Gove Fund 1,100.00 


Electric 




4,165.33 


All Other 908.04 


Heating 




4,669.28 


Total $56,953.32 


Library Furnishings 


85.68 




Library Programming 


2,690.08 




Magazines 




1,744.11 




Professional 




343.00 




Supplies 




3,964.99 




Telephone 




1,193.74 




All Other 




65.75 




Total 




$56,760.75 


Fund Balances December 31, 2007 






Harriet Gove Fund 
Building Donations Fund 
William Fennelly Fund 
Edward and Jeannette Gatta Fund 
Other Funds, incl. anonymous 
Impact Fees 


$4,104.40 
799.91 
510.00 
750.00 
3,683.99 
368.21 





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REPORT OF THE PLANNING BOARD 

2007 

Honorable Board of Selectmen 
Citizens of Brentwood 

This past year the Planning Board approved 5 new residential subdivisions, 
resulting in the creation of 6 new lots. Of the 14 commercial Site Plan Review 
applications approved in 2007, only one pertained to undeveloped land. The 
remaining were expansions or amendments to previously approved sites. Five 
applications for Boundary Line Adjustments were also approved this past year. 

The board, along with the assistance of the Rockingham Planning Commission, 
continues to work on Brentwood's Master Plan, and will complete two chapters 
this year: Housing and Community Profile. The Profile will be a statistical review 
of the town, population, education, income, etc. The Rockingham Planning 
Commission has completed the re-codification of our zoning ordinance, to clear 
up any ambiguous sections of our regulations and to coordinate it with the new 
tax map numbers that were instituted in 2004. The new zoning book, along with 
appropriate maps, will soon be available on the town web site. 

At the March 2007 Town Meeting, residents voted to appropriate funds for a 
Prime Wetlands Study, which was completed this past December for Brentwood's 
Conservation Commission. The Conservation Commission presented this report 
to the Planning Board, who unanimously voted to add to the March 2008 ballot its 
recommendation of amending the Wetlands Conservation District Ordinance to 
incorporate prime wetlands designation for 14 wetlands, as delineated by the 
Town of Brentwood Prime Wetlands Study. 

The Planning Board is responsible for planning for the orderly growth of the 
town, as would be allowed by the zoning and site plan review regulations, 
adopted by the town and board respectively. We continually work to meet the 
needs and goals of Brentwood as stewards of the use of the land in our 
community. The board meets on the first and third Thursdays and encourages 
residents to attend meetings. The 7 member board is elected for three year terms, 
and we may appoint alternates, who participate in discussion and vote in the 
absence of a regular member. We invite interested residents to consider joining 
the board as an alternate member; we currently have three open alternate positions 
available. No previous experience required; we are a group with diverse 
backgrounds and work experience. 

Respectfully Submitted on behalf of the Planning Board, 

Bruce J. Stevens 

Chairman 



77 



CHIEF OF POLICE REPORT 2007 



Board of Selectmen 
Citizens of Brentwood 

I am very proud of the professionalism and commitment shown by members of our 
department. 

Department Roster: 

Chief: Wayne M. Robinson Detective: Randall Frotton 

Administrative Asst: Christine Belanger Full Time Officers: Jesse Pimental, 

Lieutentent: David Roy Derek Franek, and Brett Wells 

Sergeant: Denny Wood Part Time Officers: Andrew Artimovich, 

Steven Arkell, Joshua Turner, Joseph Gordon 

All officers participated in the mandatory training as set by the state and federal 
government. In addition this year officers trained in the use of Taser X26. Three tasters have 
been purchased and will be a safer alternative in the use of force. 

We have hired Heather Newell as our new part time prosecutor. Heather has a great deal of 
experience in preparing and presenting cases in a court of law. 

I would like to thank Inspector Joseph Fusell of the NH Liquor Commission for teaching 
another successful D.A.R.E. class. We feel this program is very important and will make a 
difference in the year to come. 

I am grateful for the support given to the police department from the town boards, town 
departments, and members of the Brentwood Ladies Auxiliary and the citizens of Brentwood. 

In 2007 the Town of Brentwood Police department answered 6755 calls for service. Of 
which 1 87 were arrests, 268 incidents, and 1 33 motor vehicle crashes. 

For 2007 the department was reimbursed for the following: 

Reports-$630.00 Details: $101 ,099.24 Fines-$5700.00 

Pistol Permits-$2 1 0.00 Witness Fees-$862.27 

A total of$l 08,501 .51 went into the General Fund to help defray costs incurred by various 
town agencies. 

The police department continues to serve the community 24 hours a day 7 days a week. The 
phone number for EMERGENCY calls is 911 or 679-2225. Our NON-EMERGENCY number 
is 642-6400 ex 22. 

Respectfully Submitted, 

Wayne M. Robinson 
Chief of Police 



7 2 



Report of the Brentwood Fire Department 

Board of Selectmen 
Citizens of Brentwood 

For the year 2007 the department responded to 265 fire emergencies, 238 medical 
emergencies, and 1 85 service calls. Service calls are non emergency responses (public 
assist, inspections, fire drills, etc.) 

Last year a proposal for a new fire station was put before the town residents in which 
they decided by a narrow margin not to build. This year a new proposal will be brought to 
the residents once again. 

The Toys for Tots program was available to families in need at Christmas time. This 
program continues to grow each year. Thank you to our members who volunteer their 
time and do a great job. 

The fire department had four new members join in the last year. They have worked hard 
to become certified over the last year and have been a great asset to the department. We 
have also lost some members over the last year due to other commitments. For that 
reason, the fire department is always in need of new members in both fire and EMS 
duties. If you have the time and desire to help others, stop in and learn more about joining 
your fire department, or call the station at 642-8132. 

To obtain a burn permit, call the station M-F 730 to 430. If burning on the weekend call 
on Fridays and set up an appointment. 

I wish to thank all the members of the department, the Firemen's Association and the 
Ladies Auxiliary for their dedicated work and support. 



Respectfully submitted 

Kevin Lemoine 
Fire Chief 



7 3 



CEMETERY TRUSTEES 

REPORT OF EXPENDITURES AND REVENUES FOR 2007 

EXPENSES 

( 2006 BUDGED 2007 BUDGET 2007 DISBURSED 

01-4195.10-110 CEMSALARIES 1 ($3,000.00) $3,113.00 $2,939.87 

01-4195.10-225 CEM FICA/MEDICARE ($230.00) $ 238.00 $ 224.89 

01-4195.10-410 CEM ELECTRIC SERVICE... ($ 250.00) $ 250.00 $ 285.88 

01-4195.10-635 CEMFUEL ($ 75.00) $ 125.00 $ 123.58 

01-4195.10-650 CEM GROUNDSKEEPING... ($1,000.00) $ 4,000.00 2 $4,072.48 

01-4195.10-740 EQUIPMENT ($ 1.00) $ 1.00 $ 0.00 



TOTAL ($4,556.00) $7,727.00 $7,646.70 

REVENUES 

( 2006 ) 2007 

FROM CEMETERY TRUST FUND ($3,500.03) $ 1,788.70 s 

FROM SALES OF CEMETERY LOTS [@ $200 4 each] ( $ 600.00 ) $ 1,000.00 

FROM LOT MAINTENANCE FEES [@ $200 each] ( $ 600.00 ) $ 1,000.00 



TOTAL ( $4,700.03 ) $ 3, 788.70 

1 Superintendent 

2 Includes Gravel for new driveway 

3 Reflects change in reimbursement formula 

4 Does not include $16 Deed Registration fee paid to Registry 

A few notable changes in the Tonry Cemetery were made during the year 2007. A kiosk has been erected at the entrance to the 
cemetery. Here are posted excerpts from the Rules and Regulations Manual regarding important new requirements for burial permits, 
monuments, and the directives controlling the placement and removal of gravesite flowers and decorations. In addition, a new driveway 
around the southernmost burial sector was constructed by the Highway Department. Visible from the highway, a large, new sign has been 
erected which identifies not only the name of the cemetery but the death date on the oldest gravestone there: 1824. Also, new edging was 
placed along the path to the flagpole, and receptacles for cigarette butts have been placed in various locations along the driveways. The water 
in the well was professionally tested and officially found not suitable for drinking, so the "Do Not Drink This Water" signs that have been 
placed at the water spigots for years should be scrupulously heeded. 

As usual, numerous hours of unpaid effort and labor have been contributed by our clerk, Phyllis Thompson, and Superintendent 
Norman Lemoine. This past year, in addition, a particular note of thanks by the citizens of Brentwood is due to John Stevens, who volunteered 
his labor in the construction of the kiosk. 

Respectfully Submitted by the Cemetery Trustees: 





Douglas Finan 



74 



REPORT OF THE BUILDING INSPECTOR 



A total of 1 18 Building Permits were issued in 2007. The following is a 
breakdown of the permits issued and the estimated value. 



New Dwellings 


13 


$3,089,680.00 


Commercial Buildings 


14 


2,803,657.00 


Barns, Garages & Sheds 


13 


131,133.00 


Decks & Porches 


14 


61,650.00 


Remodeling & Additions 


26 


1,069,494.00 


Inground Pools 


9 


215,500.00 


Electrical Upgrades 


8 


21,400.00 


Signs 


7 


25,280.00 


Solar Systems 


2 


33,000.00 


Elevator Installation 


1 


45,000.00 


Miscellaneous 


6 


8600.00 


Renewals 


5 


50.00 



Total 118 $7,504,444.00 

Respectfully submitted 



jd£^^(Z~J< 



Gilbert L. Tuck 
Building Inspector 



75 



Recreation 2007 
Brentwood seems to have slowed down on our growth, but we still have community spirit. We are able to 
run our children's sport programs thanks to the dedication of our great volunteers. A big thanks goes out to 
all our volunteers who generously donate their time. 

As the winter months arrive we start the New Year with our basketball program for kid's grades K through 
8, while the adults get into the moves with their partners during our Ballroom Dance lessons. To finish up 
during the cold weather, we celebrated with a Manchester Monarch game for the young at heart, and 
Finding Nemo show for the little people. 

Spring fever brings everyone out for the Easter egg hunt and pancake breakfast, with a special appearance 
by the Easter Bunny. For the big kids, it's the fun filled trip to Foxwood and Mohegan Sun Casino with 
hopes of winning it big. 

T-ball, Softball and baseball programs get started with practice getting ready for the big games. All the 
fields are being used to capacity, the kids are off and running. Our thanks go out to the Lindon's for their 
continued support in allowing the use of their land behind the Library. All is well with our 3 rd year with the 
Exeter Junior Baseball League (EJBL) league for our 9-12 boys. Our Babe Ruth 14-15 year old team made 
it all the way to the Championship game which was held in Raymond. 

Summer brought the annual discounted tickets to Water Country and a new twist, 2 weeks of soccer camp 
held at the recreation fields. For some adult time we offered pick up softball, and for all to enjoy straight 
shooting with Archery classes. Just in time for school to start we held our Red Cross babysitter course. 

Along with Brentwood Safety Day we held an open house for the newly refurbished Brentwood 
Community Center. Along with the changes indoors we made one outdoors, we now offer a brand new 
regulation basketball court for all to enjoy. 

Autumn helped us kick off our fall soccer program, and discounted tickets to the Deerfield Fair. Even 
though the weather. hasn't cooperated we still held our annual Halloween party, with plenty of snacks, a 
magic show and lots of other games for the kids to enjoy. 

Through the incredible efforts of our newly formed playground committee, spring 2008 we will be 
installing a much needed playground at the recreation center for all to enjoy! Our fundraising continues for 
this exciting project- please call the recreation office to see how you can help! 

With the end of the year approaching we enjoyed making a holiday craft with friends, and offered tickets to 
see the Boston Pops, and a fun filled morning at Exeter Lanes for our Senior group. 

A very special thanks goes to the Lamprey River Bow Hunters Club who spent all summer volunteering 
their time putting all the siding on the Brentwood Community Center. The Lamprey River Bow Hunters 
and Field Archery Club meet at the recreation building as well as the New England Blacksmiths. The two 
groups continue to maintain and improve our facility. The Police, Fire and Highway departments are a big 
help with our special events. The people at Swasey School continue to support our programs. 

Respectfully 

Donna Gill, Recreation Director 

Recreation Commission 



lb 



CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

The primary responsibility of Conservation Commissions in New Hampshire is to advocate for and protect 
wetlands and other valuable natural resources across the state. In that role, we review and respond to all 
subdivision or other land use applications that would have some impact on wetland areas; as an advisory 
group only, we make comments and recommendations to the Planning Board, the Zoning Board of 
Adjustment and the NH Department of Environmental Services about alternative layouts that might reduce 
potential adverse impacts and provide better protection for the Town's natural assets. During 2007, there 
were only a few such applications, as the weak real estate market has chilled developers' and financiers' 
enthusiasm. 

The other key responsibility of the Commission is maintenance and oversight of Conservation Easements 
acquired and held by the Town. This responsibility continues to grow as the Open Space Committee 
achieves success with grant applications and usage of the 2003 $2,000,000 bond authority. At the end of 
2007, we closed a 40-acre easement on South Road and expect to close an additional 45-acre easement, 
also on South Road, early in 2008. Those transactions were funded by a NHDES grant of $348,849, 
$976,151 from the 2003 Bond Authority and funds from the Conservation Fund. At this time, 
approximately $286,000 remains available to be drawn from the original $2,000,000 bond authority. The 
Town now holds 21 conservation easements covering 680 acres; other agencies including the Southeast 
Land Trust of NH, the Rockingham County Conservation District and the Society for Protection of NH 
Forests hold an additional 27 easements covering 1 109 acres. Approximately 18% of the Town has been 
protected from further development through these easements and other conservation restrictions. Each 
easement must be monitored annually to insure that the terms of the easement deed are being honored; the 
monitoring takes the form of a perimeter site walk and completion of a written report. For the first time in 
2006 and again in 2007, the Commission added a $ 1 500 line item to its budget to engage outside assistance 
in completing the monitoring. While we have not yet used any of those funds, we expect to hire the 
Southeast Land Trust of NH to assist us in 2008 and beyond. 

Two other significant projects occupied the Commission during the year. As noted in the 2006 report, 
Theresa Walker from the Rockingham Planning Commission was working on a thorough and expansive 
update of the Natural Resource Inventory project begun a few years ago. At year-end, the only remaining 
aspect of that important project was final editing of a number of resource maps to be included in the report. 
Once completed, the report may be incorporated into the Master Plan and will be available for public 
review. 

The other significant project begun during 2007 was a Prime Wetland Study, funded by a $10,000 town 
warrant article and a matching grant from the New Hampshire Estuaries Project. Over the course of the 
summer and fall West Environmental studied a number of wetlands around town and as of year-end has 
submitted a recommendation that 14 wetlands totaling 696 acres, roughly 23% of the town's wetlands, be 
designated as Prime. The Planning board on January 1 7, 2008 endorsed the West recommendation and an 
amendment to the Zoning ordinance will be on the March 2008 ballot for voter consideration. West's 
report is available for review at the town office. 

Jonathan Ellis, Chair 



// 



2007 INCOME AND EXPENDITURES FOR CONSERVATION FUND 



BALANCE FORWARD, 1/1/07 $42,305.63 

INCOME 

Donation 200.00 

Moose plate grant 500.00 

CLCA grant for 2006 Shipley closing 3,000.00 

Annual town funding 32,71 8.00 

NHEP grant for Prime Wetland Study 5,026.71 

Refund from Powers closing 36.00 

USDA grant from 2006 Shipley closing 2.400.20 

Subtotal 43,880.91 

EXPENSES 

Legal and Professional fees for Bonds & easements 6,771 .52 

Brentwood CSA - Moose Plate Grant recipient 500.00 

Appraisals, site walks and preliminary layouts 10,156.60 

Surveys 4,610.00 

Southeast Land Trust of NH, for Community Land 7,956.44 
Protection Specialist and Easement Costs for Powers 
and Shipley 

NH Municipal Bond Bank - Application Fee 2,500.00 

Contribution to Powers Easement Acquisition 14,309.00 

Copies 39.76 

West Environmental, Inc. for Prime Wetland Study 2,739.80 

Subtotal 49,583.12 

BALANCE, 12/31/07 $36,603.42 



U 



Open Space Committee 

The Brentwood Open Space Committee (OSC) was active in 2007, applying for grants, meeting and 
negotiating with landowners, and initiating a partnership with the Southeast Land Trust of New Hampshire. 

The Town entered into a two-year partnership with the Southeast Land Trust of New Hampshire 
(SELTNH) to support a Community Land Protection Specialist position at the land trust. The Specialist 
was hired by SELTNH in March 2007 and spends a third of her time assisting the Brentwood Open Space 
Committee with grant applications, landowner negotiations, and all aspects of completing land deals, such 
as drafting conservation easement deeds, coordinating property surveys, deed and title research, and 
completing baseline documentation. 

In 2006, the Town applied to the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NH DES) Water 
Supply Land Grant Program for funds to acquire conservation easements on two properties off South Road 
with frontage on the Exeter River. The Exeter River is a drinking water supply for the Town of Exeter and 
therefore these properties were eligible for the water supply grant funds. NH DES notified the Town in late 
spring 2007 that it would be awarded $348,849. 

The OSC and Specialist worked with the landowners on South Road through the summer and fall to 
negotiate the conservation easement deeds and complete the associated legal documents for each property. 
As recommended by the OSC, in October the Brentwood Board of Selectmen approved the acquisition of 
two conservation easements using the NH DES grant and $976,151 from the Brentwood open space bond. 

On November 29, 2007, the Town closed on the 40.5-acre conservation easement on the Powers property at 
7 South Road. The second conservation easement on the 50-acre Poesse-Bertram property at 69 South 
Road will close on January 31, 2008. These two easements complement the nearly 2,000 acres already 
protected along the Exeter River and elsewhere in Brentwood, part of a concerted effort by the Town of 
Brentwood to conserve the Exeter River Watershed. 

The Town received an indication late in 2007 that the 2006 $2+ million grant application to the Coastal and 
Estuarine Land Conservation Program (CELCP) would not receive federal funding because of substantial 
budget cuts to CELCP. The Town had submitted a request for funding for six properties, two of which were 
conserved using DES and Town funds as described above. The Town may be able to submit a new CELCP 
application in 2008. 

The OSC and SELTNH continue to meet with interested landowners and search for other potential grant 
sources. The Town has a new application pending with the NH DES water supply land grant program for 
another property on the Exeter River. The Wetlands Reserve Program, a federal grant program through the 
Natural Resource Conservation Service, holds promise for Brentwood landowners with extensive wetlands 
or river frontage interested in conserving their land; there are several applications pending for that program. 

Finally, all of us involved with the Open Space effort in town would like to thank Howard Cadwell for his 
leadership and immense contributions to the program since its origins several years ago. With the hiring of 
the Land Protection Specialist, Howard was able to withdraw from active involvement to focus on the 
creation of his own financial planning business. Without his enthusiasm and immeasurable efforts, we 
could not have achieved the successes we've shared with you in our annual reports. 

For the Committee, 

Ellen Snyder & Jonathan Ellis 



79 



BRENTWOOD HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT 
Report for 2007 



This year we had many projects. The two major projects were the Pickpocket Bridge, 
which had to be replaced and was completed by the Brentwood and Exeter Highway 
Departments, and the Crawley Falls Bridge, which was temporarily fixed so that we 
could reopen the road. The plan for 2008 is to reconstruct the bridge with the assistance 
of the State of NH. 

We reclaimed and paved Ladd Road and started South Road from Rt. 125 to Lake Road. 
We hope to finish South Road in 2008. 

We replaced the leach field at the BCC and expanded the front parking lot. We also 
cleaned up the rocks at the back of the ball fields for future use. 

We extended the main road of the Tonry Cemetery on Middle Road to provide easier 
access to the rear of the cemetery. 

We replaced our 1993 Ford pickup with a 2007 Chevrolet one ton with plow and sander. 
We also added a 1998 Vermeer wood chipper and replaced a riding lawn mower with a 
new Husqvama riding lawn mower. 

During the year we have been collecting metal items that people want to discard and 
taking them to the salvage yard to redeem for cash. We would like to thank the 
townspeople who have brought items in as this enables us to purchase tools that we need 
plus we were able to buy a new leaf vacuum to use in our cemeteries and at the town 
office. 

Again this year I would like to thank our seasonal workers who come out and help us 
plow the roads in the winter and who helped us during the flood periods. 

The Brentwood Highway Department is open Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 
4:30pm. You may call the department at 775-7654 or if it is an emergency call 
Rockingham Dispatch at 679-2225. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Wayne M. Robinson 
Road Agent 



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TOWN OF BRENTWOOD 
MOSQUITO CONTROL 

Once again, New Hampshire led the nation with human Eastern Equine Encephalitis 
(EEE) activity. In 2007, there were three human cases, one horse, one alpaca and six mosquito 
pools testing positive for EEE. A fourth human case occurred in a Scottish tourist vacationing in 
the Bartlett-North Conway area. No one can be certain where he contracted the disease since he 
traveled to Rhode Island during that time. The confirmed human cases occurred in the Towns of 
Newton, Newfields and Hampton. Kensington had the horse case while Raymond had an alpaca. 
The six mosquito pools were found in Newton (2), Brentwood (2), Kingston (1) and Fremont (1). 

Due to the ongoing public health threat, Brentwood chose to continue weekly adult 
mosquito surveillance in its 2007 program. Adult mosquitoes were monitored at four locations 
throughout town. The mosquitoes were collected in light traps, identified, and sent to the State 
Lab to be tested for diseases. After a positive EEE mosquito pool was found in Town, spraying 
was conducted at the School and Recreation Area. A second mosquito pool tested positive for 
EEE in September and the same two sites were sprayed again. No further EEE activity was 
found in Brentwood. 

The proposed 2008 Mosquito Control plan for Brentwood includes trapping mosquitoes 
for disease testing, sampling wetlands for larval mosquito activity, larvicide where mosquito 
larvae are found, and emergency spraying when a public health threat exists. The control 
program begins in April when mosquito larvae are located in stagnant water such as swamps, 
ditches, woodland pools and catch basins. Trapping adult mosquitoes for disease testing begins 
in June. The mosquito control program ends in late September or early October when 
temperatures drop and daylight diminishes. 

Homeowners can reduce the number of mosquitoes in their yards by emptying any 
outdoor containers that hold standing water, such as buckets, trash barrels, and boats. Tires 
collect enough water for mosquitoes to survive. It is also a good idea to change the water in bird 
baths every two or three days. 

If you do not want your property treated for mosquitoes, then a written request is 
needed. Please send a letter to Dragon Mosquito Control, P.O. Box 46, Stratham, NH 03885. Be 
sure to include your name, physical address, phone number, and a description of your property 
with boundaries. You may call us to reaffirm last years' request. Our phone number is 964-8400. 
You may call our office for assistance regarding mosquitoes, the insecticides we use, spray dates, 
or questions about West Nile Virus or Eastern Equine Encephalitis. 

For more information on Eastern Equine Encephalitis and West Nile Virus, visit the NH 
Department of Health and Human Services website online at www.dhhs.state.nh.us or the 
Centers for Disease Control at www.cdc.gov 

Respectfully submitted, 

Sarah MacGregor, President 

Dragon Mosquito Control, Inc. 



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02/20/2008 08:47 



Town of Brentwood 



Page 000001 



BUDGET WORKSHEET - EXPENDITURES 

Report Sequence = Fund or Acct Group 

Account = First thru Last; Mask = ##-#### . ##-### 

Level of Detail = DEPARTMENT; Level = 9 



Fund: GENERAL FUND - YR 2008 



Budget Year: January 2008 thru December 2008 



Account Number 



Account Name 



OPERATING BUDGET 



2007 2007 2008 2008 
Budget Actual Sel. Approve BComApproved 
(3) (4) (6) (7) 



4130.10 BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

4130.20 TOWN ADMINISTRATION 

4130.30 TOWN MEETING 

4140.10 TOWN CLERK 

4140.20 VOTER REGISTRATION 

4150.10 ACCOUNTING & AUDITING 

4150.40 TAX COLLECTION 

4150.50 TREASURY 

4150.60 DATA PROCESSING 

4150.90 BUDGET COMMITTEE 

4152.10 REVALUATION OF PROPERTY 

4153.10 LEGAL EXPENSE 

4191.10 PLANNING BOARD 

4191.20 ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 

4194.10 GENERAL GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS 

4194.20 GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

4195.10 CEMETERIES 

4196.10 INSURANCE NOT OTHERWISE ALLOCATED 

4197.10 ADVERTISING AND REGIONAL ASSOCIATION 

4210.10 POLICE DEPARTMENT 

4215.10 AMBULANCE 

4220.10 FIRE DEPARTMENT 

4225.10 LOSS COMMITTEE 

4240.10 CODE ENFORCEMENT 

4290.10 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 



15,440 


15,268 


15,855 


15,855 


86,182 


79,507 


58,678 


58,678 


2,852 


2,718 


3,227 


3,227 


51,959 


51,543 


58,360 


58,360 


5,202 


5,211 


11,627 


11,627 


40,667 


40,551 


44,666 


44,666 


54,959 


53,862 


55,934 


55,934 


8,041 


8,041 


8,332 


8,332 


16,451 


16,985 


17,151 


17,151 


1,410 


760 


1,311 


1,311 


36,300 


36,102 


38,700 


38,700 


31,501 


22,240 


31,201 


31,201 


78,455 


72,224 


81,326 


81,326 


2,584 


1,294 


2,200 


2,200 


47,428 


46,300 


69,926 


69,926 


31,199 


28,778 


32,049 


32,049 


7,727 


7,657 


6,148 


6,148 


72,500 


74,610 


73,827 


73,827 


2,846 


2,846 


3,024 


3,024 


529,764 


541,941 


599,888 


599,888 


237,338 


225,487 


255,353 


248,000 


1,200 


323 


858 


'' 858 


36,664 


22,567 


30,481 


30,481 


3,803 


1,490 


9,507 


9,507 



SUB TOTAL HIGHWAY 

4312.20 ROAD MAINTENANCE 
4312.50 SNOW PLOWING/REMOVAL 

"TOTAL* 



SUB TOTAL HIGHWAY 



4316.10 STREET LIGHTING 

4323.10 SOLID WASTE COLLECTION 

4324.10 SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL 

4414.10 ANIMAL CONTROL 

4415.10 HEALTH AGENCIES S HOSPITALS 

4419.10 HEALTH OFFICE 



302,456 


283,383 


317,591 


317,591 


75,101 


71,079 


'78,126 


77,663 


377,557 


354,462 


395,717 


395,254 


420 


403 


396 


396 


140,006 


138,569 


143,926 


143,926 


105,000 


104,374 


108,000 


108,000 


5,790 


2,815 


5,790 


5,790 


19,647 


19,647 


20,770 


20,770 


300 


250 


100 


100 



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Town of Brentwood 



Page 000002 



BUDGET WORKSHEET - EXPENDITURES 

Report Sequence = Fund or Acct Group 

Account = First thru Last; Mask = ##-#### . ##-### 

Level of Detail = DEPARTMENT; Level = 9 



Fund: GENERAL FUND - YR 2008 



Budget Year: January 2008 thru December 2008 



Account Number Account Name 




2007 
Budget 

(3) 


2007 

Actual 

(4) 


Sel 


2008 

. Approve 
(6) 


2008 

BComApproved 

(7) 


4440.10 GENERAL ASSISTANCE 
4520.10 PARKS AND RECREATION 
4550.10 LIBRARY 

4611.10 CONSERVATION COMMISSION 
4651.10 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 






8,750 

36,098 

162,844 

36,160 


2,990 

36,018 

155,530 

35,578 




6,810 

43,732 

173,475 

46,442 




6,810 

43,732 

173,475 

46,442 


4711.10 DEBT SERVICE, NOTE 
4723.10 DEBT SERVICE 
4724.10 CONTINGENCIES 


158,221 

1 

99,430 


156,397 
25,000 




197,992 

1 

60,001 




197,992 

1 

60,001 


"TOTAL** 


OPERATING 


BUDGET 


2,552,696 


2,390,337 


2, 


,712,781 


2 


,704,965 


4901.10 WARRANT ARTICLES 






282,900 


280,900 


2, 


,940,754 


2 


,940,754 


**TOTAL** BUDGET 


TOTAL 


2,835,596 


2,671,237 


5, 


,653,535 


5, 


,645,719 



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02/14/08 10:51 



Town of Brentwood 



Page 000001 



BUDGET WORKSHEET - EXPENDITURES 

Report Sequence = Fund or Acct Group 

Account = 01-4901.10-390 thru 01-4916.10-960; Mask = ##-#### .§#-»»§ 

Level of Detail = Account Number; Level = 9 



Fund: GENERAL FUND - YR 2008 



Budget Year: January 2008 thru December 2008 



Account Number 


Account Name 


2007 

Budget 

(3) 


2007 

Actual 

(4) 


2008 

Sel. Approve 

(6) 


2008 

BComApproved 
(7) 


WARRANT ARTICLES 


WA MOSQUITO CONTROL 

WA WETLANDS SURVEY 

WA CRAWLEY FALLS BRIDGE REFURB 

WA COMPLETE BRC BLDG 

BOND FOR LAND/PROPERTY ACQUIS. 

WA CR FORESTRY PROGRAM 

WA LIGHT TOWER RESCUE 2 

LEASE PURCHASE HIGHWAY EQUIP 

WA PURCHASE UTILITY TRUCK 

WA BOND FOR FIRE STATION 

WA CR BRIDGE REPAIRS 

WA ROAD REPAIRS 

WA GRANGE HALL REPAIRS 

WA LAMPREY HEALTH 

FD REVOLVING FUND 

CR TAX MAPS 

FD CR FIRE STATION STUDY 

WA CR UNSCHEDULED MAINTENANCE 

WA CR WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS 

WA CR. POLICE CRUISERS 

WA CR. RECYCLING FEES 

WA CR DUMP TRUCK (S) /EQUIP 

WA CR REPAIR/REFURB VEHICLES 

WA CR TO REPLACE FD VEH/EQUIP 

WA CR. AMBULANCE FEES 

WA BALLFIELD FACILITIES 

LIBRARY EXPENDABLE TRUST FUND 

**TOTAL** WARRANT ARTICLES 


i 

29,900 
10,000 


27,900 
10,000 


30,500 
325,000 




01-4901.10-390 
01-4901.10-391 


30,500 


01-4901.10-392 


325,000 


01-4901.10-730 






01-4901.30-710 










01-4901.50-390 










01-4902.90-760 










01-4902.90-761 










01-4902.90-762 










01-4903.10-721 






2,150,000 

20,000 

250,000 

25,000 

1,500 


2,150,000 


01-4909.10-730 
01-4909.90-767 
01-4910.80-740 


20,000 

150,000 


20,000 

150,000 


20,000 

250,000 

25,000 


01-4911.90-392 






1,500 


01-4914.30-911 








01-4915.90-390 










01-4915.90-710 










01-4915.90-711 


10,000 








01-4915.90-712 
01-4915.90-760 


10,000 


3,754 


3,754 


01-4915.90-762 










01-4915.90-766 
01-4915.90-769 


30,000 


30,000 


50,000 


50,000 


01-4915.90-771 
01-4915.90-961 


30,000 


30,000 


50,000 


50,000 


01-4915.90-962 






35,000 
2, : 940,754 


35,000 


01-4916.10-960 


3,000 
282,900 


3,000 
280,900 






2,940,754 



*TOTAL" BUDGET TOTAL 282,900 280,900 2,940,754 2,940,754 



86 



ANNUAL REPORTS 

OF THE 

BRENTWOOD SCHOOL DISTRICT 



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BRENTWOOD DISTRICT OFFICERS 

2007-2008 

SCHOOL BOARD 

Ann Marie Chesno Term Expires 2009 

Elizabeth Faria Term Expires 2009 

Tim Hannan Term Expires 2008 

Virginia Knutson Term Expires 2008 

Gary Whitmarsh Term Expires 201 



SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 

Dr. ARTHUR L. HANSON 



ASSOCIATE SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 
AND DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES 

PAULA. FLYNN 

ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS FOR CURRICULUM 

AND ASSESSMENT 

JEROME E. FREW 



ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS FOR TECHNOLOGY 

STEPHEN A. KOSSAKOSKI, PH.D. 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATOR 

WALTER C. PIERCE 



TREASURER 

KATRINA ALLEN TERM EXPIRES 2008 



MODERATOR 

DOUGLAS COWIE TERM EXPIRES 2009 



CLERK 

PHYLLIS THOMPSON TERM EXPIRES 2009 



AUDITOR 

VACANT 

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SCHOOL WARRANT 

BRENTWOOD SCHOOL DISTRICT 

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

To the inhabitants of the School District of Brentwood, in the County of 
Rockingham and said State, qualified to vote on District affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Swasey Central School in said District on 
SATURDAY, THE EIGHTH DAY OF MARCH, 2008, AT 9:00 AM, to act upon the 
following subjects: 

1 . To see if the District will vote to raise and appropriate the Budget Committee's 
recommended amount of $4,952,829 for the support of schools, for the payment 
of salaries for the School District officials and agents, and for the payment for the 
statutory obligations of the District. The School Board recommends $4,952,829. 
This article does not include appropriations voted in other warrant articles. 
(Majority vote required) 

2. Shall the District approve the cost items included in the collective bargaining 
agreement reached between the Brentwood School Board and the Brentwood 
Teachers Association covering the three year period from September 1 , 2008 to 
August 31 , 201 1 which calls for the following increases in salaries and benefits 
totaling: 

Year Estimated Increase 

2008-09 $ 99,836 

2009-10 $101,721 

2010-11 $111,711 

and further raise and appropriate the sum of $99,836 for the 2008-09 school 
year, such sum representing the additional costs attributable to the increase in 
salaries and benefits over those of the appropriation at current staffing levels 
paid in the prior fiscal year? 

3. Shall the District, if Article 2 is defeated, authorize the School Board to call one 
special meeting, at its option, to address Article 2 cost items only? 

4. Shall the School District raise and appropriate a sum not to exceed Eight 
Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($8,500.00) to upgrade electrical equipment and 
lighting systems at the Swasey Central School and implement energy efficiency 
measures including removal and replacement of gymnasium lights? 

5. Shall the School District raise and appropriate a sum not to exceed Twenty 
Thousand Three Hundred Thirty Three Dollars ($20,333.00) to upgrade electrical 
equipment and lighting systems at the Swasey Central School and implement 
energy efficiency measures including installation of energy efficient lighting and 
occupancy-sensing controls in classrooms and offices? 



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6. Shall the School District raise and appropriate a sum not to exceed Twenty 
Thousand Fifty Five Dollars ($20,055.00) to upgrade electrical equipment and 
lighting systems at the Swasey Central School and implement energy efficiency 
measures including installation of a variable frequency drive on the hot water 
circulation pump? 

7. To see if the School District will raise and appropriate the sum of $12,000 for the 
purpose of security improvements to Swasey Central School. 

8. To engage in public discussion regarding the proposal to adopt the provisions of 
RSA 40:13 (known as SB2) to allow official ballot voting on all issues before the 
Brentwood School District on the second Tuesday of March? (By Petition) 

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

1 0. To transact any other business that may come before this meeting. 
Given under our hands this / r_. day of February 2008. 

State of New Hampshire 
True Copy of Warrant - Attest 
BRENTWOOD SCHOOL BOARD 




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3-Marie Chesno, Chairperson Gary WhitrVlarsh 



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Tim Hann^p l Vi rg i vC\ ; \ iKnutson / 





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BRENTWOOD SCHOOL DISTRICT WARRANT 



To the inhabitants of the School District of the town of Brentwood, County 
of Rockingham, State of New Hampshire, qualified to vote on District 
affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Brentwood Fire Hall in said District 
on TUESDAY, THE ELEVENTH DAY OF MARCH, 2008, AT 8:00 AM to 7:00 
PM, to act upon the following subjects: 



1 . To choose (2) School Board members for the ensuing three (3) years. 

2. To choose a School District Treasurer for the ensuing two (2) years. 

3. To choose a School District Auditor for the ensuing one (1) year. 

4. Shall we adopt the provisions of RSA 40:13 (known as SB2) to allow 
official ballot voting on all issues before the Brentwood School District on 
the second Tuesday of March? 

Given under our hands this // day of February 2008. 



State of New Hampshire 
True Copy of Warrant - Attest 



BRENTWOOD SCHOOL BOARD 



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Ann Marie Chesno, Chairperson 
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OFFICIAL BALLOT 

TOWN OF BRENTWOOD, N.H. 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 

March 11,2008 



SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER FOR THREE YEARS : 
VOTE FOR TWO ( 2 ) 

CHARLES J. GARGALY JR I — I 

□ 



□ 



SCHOOL DISTRICT TREASURER FOR ONE YEAR : 

VOTE FOR ONE (1) 
KATRINA ALLEN I — ' 



□ 



SCHOOL DISTRICT AUDITOR FOR ONE YEAR : 
VOTE FOR ONE (1) 

□ 



QUESTION # 1 

" SHALL WE ADOPT THE PROVISIONS OF RSA 40:1 3 
( KNOWN AS SB 2 ) TO ALLOW OFFICIAL BALLOT VOTING 
ON ALL ISSUES BEFORE THE BRENTWOOD SCHOOL 
DISTRICT ON THE SECOND TUESDAY OF MARCH ? " 



YES □ 



MO 



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REPORT OF BRENTWOOD SCHOOL DISTRICT MEETING 
MARCH 10,2007 



At a legal meeting of the inhabitants of the town of Brentwood in the County of 
Rockingham, State of New Hampshire, qualified to vote in School affairs, held at Swasey 
Central School on Saturday March 10, 2007 at 9:00 AM the following business was 
conducted: 

Meeting was called to order at 9:15AM by Moderator Douglas Cowie. The Pledge of 
allegiance lead by Moderator Douglas Cowie. Doug had the School Board members 
introduce themselves and he also gave permission for outsiders to speak. The Moderator 
used his rules not Robert Rules. 

A request was presented to the Moderator with five signatures requesting a secret ballot 
on Articles 1-4. 

Article # 1 . A motion was made by Anne Marie Chesno and duly seconded to see if the 
District will vote to raise and appropriate the Budget Committee's recommended amount 
of $4,736,827 for the support of schools, for the payment of salaries for the School 
District officials and agents, and for the payment of the statutory obligations of the 
District. The School Board recommends $4,822,176. 

An amendment was made by Jim Berlo and duly seconded to vote 
$4,442,679. A motion was made by Crystal Buswell and duly seconded to move the 
question. Motion passed by voice vote. Amendment failed by voice vote. 

An amendment was made by Jason Clark and duly seconded to amend the 
amount to $4,859,741. A motion was made by Duane Demeritt and seconded to move the 
question. Motion passed by voice vote. Moderator declared vote too close to call. 
Amendment failed with show of hands. Yes 130 No 167. 

An amendment was made by Stacey Cordier and duly seconded to amend the 
amount to $4,754,481. A motion was made by Jim Johnson and duly seconded to close 
debate. Motion passed by voice vote. Amendment failed by voice vote. 

Five voters requested that remaining amendments be by secret ballot. 

An amendment was made by Jim Johnson and duly seconded to amend the 
amount to $4,822,176. A motion was made by Duane Demeritt and duly seconded to 
close debate. Motion passed by voice vote. Amendment failed by ballot vote. 

Yes 130 NO 133 



9 4 



A motion was made by Kevin Dillon and duly seconded to close debate on Article 
#1 and vote on the main motion $4,736,827. Polls opened and motion failed by ballot 
vote. 

Yes 135 NO 140 

A motion was made by Brenda Marotto and duly seconded to reconsider 
$4,754,481. Motion to reconsider failed by voice vote. 

An amendment was made by Jason Clark and duly seconded to reconsider 
$4,822,176. A motion was made by Roger Brown and duly seconded to close debate. 
Motion passed by voice vote. Main motion as amended passed by ballot vote. 

Yes 165 No 88 

A motion was made by Crystal Buswell and duly seconded to restrict reconsideration of 
Article #1 . Motion to restrict passed by voice vote. 

The five petitioners withdrew their request for secret ballot on Articles 2-4. 

Article #2. A motion was made by Ann Marie Chesno and duly seconded to see 
if the School District will raise and appropriate the sum of $12,000 for the purpose of 
security improvements to Swasey Central School. A motion to close debate was made by 
Roger Brown and duly seconded. Motion to close debate passed by voice vote. Main 
motion passed by voice vote. 

Article #3. Discussion regarding the proposal to adopt the provisions of 
RSA40:13 (Official Ballot Law-also known as SB2) which will be voted on by official 
ballot on Tuesday March 13,2007. Motion to close discussion by Jim Berlo and duly 
seconded passed by voice vote. 

Article #4. A motion was made by Jane Byrne and duly seconded to see if the 
voters of the Brentwood School District will vote to restrict the Brentwood School Board 
from creating and/or funding an assistant administrator position for Swasey School, 
understood as any position fulfilling the role of Assistant Principal, Curriculum 
Coordinator, Special Education Coordinator, Staff Specialist and/or any such similar role, 
for the school year 2007-2008. A motion was made by Jim Berlo and duly seconded to 
close debate. Motion to close debate failed by voice vote. A motion was made by Jane 
Byrne and duly seconded to table Article #4 indefinitely. Motion passed by voice vote. 

Article #5. Ann Marie Chesno thanked Michael Johnson for his work while on 
the school board. A round of applause was given in his honor. 

Article #6. A motion was made by Albert Belanger and duly seconded to 
adjourn in Mary Datro's memory. Meeting closed at 1 : 1 5P.M. 

Respectfully Submitted, 

Brentwood School District Clerk 



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OFFICIAL BALLOT 

TOWN OF BRENTWOOD, N.H. 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 

MARCH 13, 2007 



SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER FOR THREE YEARS 
VOTE FOR ONE (1) 

GARY WHITMARSH I I 

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SCHOOL DISTRICT TREASURER FOR ONE YEAR 

VOTE FOR ONE (1) 
KATRINA ALLEN , . > I I 

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SCHOOL DISTRICT AUDITOR FOR ONE YEAR : 
VOTE FOR ONE (1) 



QUESTION #1 

" SHALL WE ADOPT THE PROVISIONS OF RSA 40:13 
( KNOWN AS SB 2 ) TO ALLOW OFFICIAL BALLOT VOTING 
ON ALL ISSUES BEFORE THE BRENTWOOD SCHOOL 
DISTRICT ON THE SECOND TUESDAY OF MARCH ? " 



YES VF/ □ 



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OFFICIAL BALLOT 
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EXETER REGION COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT 

MARCH 13, 2007 Su*u! £rV. ,Wrat/,_ 

SCHOOL DISTTIICT CLEITK 






INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS 

A. TO VOTE, completely fill in the OVAL to the RIGHT of your choice (s) like this: f5> 

B. Follow directions as to the number of candidates to be marked for each office. 

C. To vote for a person whose name is not printed on the ballot, write the candidate's name on 
the line provided and completely fill in the OVAL 



THESE POSITIONS ARE ELECTED BY THE VOTERS OF ALL SIX TOWNS OF TOE 
EXETER REGION COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT 



FOR BRENTWOOD 
""MEMBER 

ON COOPERATIVE 
SCHOOL BOARD 

For Term Ending 2010 Election 

VOTE FOR NOT MORETHAN ONE 



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KRISHNA "KRIS' MAGNUSSOM 
MARILYN MOREHEAD 3 tf?. 



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FOR KENSINGTON 
: MEMBER ■ 

ON COOPERATIVE 
SCHOOL BOARD 

For Term Ending 201 Election . 
" VOTE FOR NOT MORE THAN ONg V3 ' 

BARBARA COLLINS-RIGORDAEVA O 



SUSAN LALiME 



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FOR COOPERATIVE 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 

MODERATOR 

For Term Ending 2000 Election 
VOTE FOR NOT MORE THAN ON E 

CHARLES F. TUCKER Qi^> O 



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"1: "•" """SRairtfiffDistrfctraise and appropriates an operating budget, not including appropriations by special 
warrant articles and other appropriations voted separately, the amounts set forth on the budget posted with the 
-warrant-, or as amended by- vote of the first session, for the purposes set forth therein, totaling $'16,435,040? 
^hould4his^rtic&Beldef£iated,Jhe-defaultbudgHLaiialLbe_ : !f.46,105,313, which is the same as last year, with 
certain adjustments requiied by previous action of the District or by law; or the governing body may hold one 
^-special. meeting Jn-accoi.darice.with:BSA_40_ :13,_X_gD d _< w l. t0 *?ks u p the issue of a revised operating budget 
only, (The School Board recommends $46,435,840 as sei forth on said budget.) "~ " 



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The Brentwood School Annual Report, March 2008 

Life at Swasey Central School is busy and productive both for students and staff. The 
school enrollment is at an all time high with new children arriving almost weekly. We all try to 
make our new families feel welcome and a part of our school community. The boys and girls face 
new social and academic challenges each day as do the teachers. We are all modeling lifelong 
learning by seeking out new approaches designed to help every child reach his or her potential! 

Janet Hart, the newly appointed Assistant Principal, has been very busy since she arrived 
in August. She continues to become familiar with the many functions of an elementary building 
leader. The responsibilities of the principals have markedly increased this year. The largest 
impact has been the addition of the daily oversight of literacy, math, and technology curriculum 
and instruction due to budgetary considerations leading to the elimination of three professional 
positions. Mrs. Ostrowski and Mrs. Hart are working together to redefine and assign the multiple 
roles and tasks expected of the school administrators. 

Effectively communicating with parents and the community is a challenge taken very 
seriously at Swasey. All of us try to send out regular Newsletters that are also posted on the 
school website (http://scs.saul6.org) and the SAU website (http://www.saul6.org) has an 
Activity Calendar that is regularly updated to give information about school and SAU events. The 
wonderful new Marquee Sign, donated by the Parent-Faculty Group to Swasey, helps us to provide 
current information (unless the snow drifts are too high or the mud too deep). We thank Road 
Agent Wayne Robinson and those who work at the Brentwood Highway Department for their 
cooperation in helping us to clear snow banks around the school. 

The main emphasis of our school days is on providing quality instruction to all children in all 
academic areas. Our staff is dedicated to researching and using best practices within the 
classrooms. Staff meetings and early dismissal times are focused on instruction and methodology 
including using technology to enrich learning opportunities for the children. We embrace the NH 
Department of Education's Follow the Child Initiative by aiming for a personalized learning 
experience for each child. The focus is on the whole child: physically, personally, socially, and 
academically. The Department of Education has provided school districts with access to software 
that enables us to analyze state assessment data in conjunction with student demographics, 
enrollment and academic data. The information is used to continuously improve instruction for 
our boys and girls. 

Staff and students continue to work together to maintain a supportive and safe school 
community where all people feel welcome. The Responsive Classroom® philosophy and strategies 
continue to be the basis of our approach. Using consistent and supportive language with the 
students and each other, as well as encouraging them to do the same, contributes greatly to the 
positive school atmosphere. The Second Step® curriculum is used as a tool to teach our children 
about violence prevention by focusing on empathy, impulse control, problem solving, and anger 
management. We know that nothing works with all people so we are constantly looking for varied 
approaches that support the same philosophy of inclusion, acceptance, choice, and academic 
challenge. 

Each year technology becomes more deeply embedded in our society and, of course, our 
school. The teachers and staff have faced the challenges that this brings along with the 
enriched opportunities for learning. Students have access to many resources through the SAU 

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and school as does the community. Some new programs directly support academic learning such as 
SuccessMaker and Skills Tutor. Other software allows children to hear themselves read aloud to 
help increase fluency. The SAU has made Atomic Learning available to every student, family, and 
staff member. This can be accessed through the SAU 16 website although you will need to call 
the school for a 'parent' password before you can view the tutorials. Atomic Learning has 
excellent tutorials on many computer programs such as Excel, Audacity, Firefox, Kidspiration, 
Kidpix, and hundreds more. Each topic is divided into sections and each video is only a minute or 
two long so that time can be focused on a general introduction or specific topics. 

It is important that the community feels a part of our school. There is an active Parent- 
Faculty Group that sponsors presentations for parents, raises funds to support district 
initiatives, and facilitates the successful Blue-Ribbon award winning volunteer program. The 
school sponsors a variety of opportunities, such as Grandfriends' Day, that bring parents and 
community member into our classrooms. The mural that the children and staff created through 
last year's Artist-in-Residence program has been installed in the outside front entrance for all to 
enjoy. 



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SAU #16 CALENDAR 

2008-2009 



KEY 



( ) 
Bold 



Teacher In-service 
Holiday/No School 
Vacation 
Note Footnote 



AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 



23 Days 



[25] 


[26] 


27 


28 


(29) 


d) 


2 


3 


4 


5 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


29 


30 









Aug. 25 - Teacher In-Service 

Aug. 26 - Teacher In-Service & Student Orientation 6 & 9 

Aug. 27 - School Opens - All students 

August 29 and Sept. 1 Labor Day Weekend — No School 



OCTOBER 






22 Days 




1 


2 


3 


6 7 


8 


9 


10 


(13) 14 


15 


16 


17 


20 21 


22 


23 


24 


27 28 


29 


30 


31 



Oct. 13 - Columbus Day - No School 
NOVEMBER 15 Days 



3 


[4] 


5 


6 


7 


10 


(11) 


12 


13 


14 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 



Nov. 4 Teacher In-Service , K-12 
Nov. 1 1 Veterans' Day - No School 
Nov. 26 - 28 — Thanksgiving Recess 



DECEMBER 



1 7 Days 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


22 


23 
30 


24 


25 


26 


29 


31 







FEBRUARY 






1 5 Days 


2 3 


4 


5 


6 


9 10 


11 


12 


13 


16 17 


18 


19 


20 


23 24 


25 


26 


27 



Feb. 23-27 - Winter Vacation 



MARCH 



21 Days 



2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


16 


17 


18 


19 


[20] 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


30 


31 









Mar. 20 - Teacher In-Service Day (SES Day) 
APRIL 18 Days 







1 


2 3 


6 


7 


8 


9 10 


13 


14 


15 


16 17 


20 


21 


22 


23 24 


27 


28 


29 


30 


April 27 


- April30 - 


- Spring 


Vacation 


MAY 






19 Days 


4 


5 


6 


1 

7 8 


11 


12 


13 


14 15 


18 


19 


20 


21 22 


(25) 


26 


27 


28 29 



Dec. 24 - Dec. 31 Holiday Recess 



May 1 - Spring Vacation 

May 25 - Memorial Day - No School 



JANUARY 




19 Days 


5 6 
12 13 
(19) 20 
26 27 


7 

14 
21 
28 


1 2 

8 9 
15 16 
22 23 
29 30 



JUNE 



Jan. 1& 2 - Holiday Recess 
Jan. 19 -MLK No School 



1 5 Days 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


1 r . 


16 


17 


18 


19 



June 12* - Graduation 

June 15** - Last day for Students 

June 16 - Teacher in-Service (185 day contract) 

"June 16, 17 & 18 are snow make-up days, if needed 



180 Student Days 

703 



MS-27 



SCHOOL BUDGET FORM 

BUDGET FORM FOR SCHOOL DISTRICTS WHICH HAVE ADOPTED 
THE PROVISIONS OF RSA 32:14 THROUGH 32:24 

OF: BRENTWOOD NH 

Appropriations and Estimates of Revenue for the Fiscal Year From July 1, 2008 to June 30, 2009 

IMPORTANT: 

Please read RSA 32:5 applicable to all municipalities. 



1 .Use this form to list ALL APPROPRIATIONS in the appropriate recommended and not recommended area. 
This means the operating budget and all special and individual warrant articles must be posted. 

2. Hold at least one public hearing on this budget. 

3. When completed, a copy of the budget must be posted with the warrant. Another copy must be placed on file 
with the school clerk, and a copy sent to the Department of Revenue Administration at the address below. 



This form was posted with the warrant on (Date): 



BUDGET COMMITTEE 
Please sign in ink. 



THIS BUDGET SHALL BE POSTED WITH THE SCHOOL WARRANT 



FOR DRA USE ONLY 



NH DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ADMINISTRATION 
MUNICIPAL SERVICES DIVISION 
P.O. BOX 487, CONCORD, NH 03302-0487 
(603)271-3397 



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MS-27 



Budget - School District of . 



BRENTWOOD 



FY 2009 



Acct.# 



SOURCE OF REVENUE 



Estimated 
WARR. Actual Revenues Revised Revenues Revenues 

ART.# Prior Year Current Year ensuing fiscal year 





REVENUE FROM LOCAL SOURCES 




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1300-1349 


Tuition 




21,172.48 


7,500.00 


10,000.00 


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Transportation Fees 










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Earnings on Investments 




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13,000.00 


20,000.00 


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Food Service Sales 






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83,541.00 


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Student Activities 










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Bond Re-Funding 






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1900-1999 


Other Local Sources • Impact Fees 




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38,360.00 


18,000.00 


1900-1999 


Other Local Sources 




22,665.95 


0.00 


5,000.00 





REVENUE FROM STATE SOURCES 




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School Building Aid 




122,447.68 


130,762.00 


126,638.00 


3220 


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Catastrophic Aid 




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7,500.00 


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Vocational Aid 










3250 


Adult Education 










3260 


Child Nutrition 






1,000.00 


1,000.00 


3270 


Driver Education 










3290-3299 


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REVENUE FROM FEDERAL SOURCES 




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Federal Program Grants 










4540 


Vocational Education 










4550 


Adult Education 










4560 


Child Nutrition 






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9,500.00 


4570 


Disabilities Programs 










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Medicaid Distribution 




38,196.54 


8,500.00 


8,500.00 


4590-4999 


Other Federal Sources (except 4810) 










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Sale of Bonds or Notes 










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Transfer from Food Service-Spec.Rev.Fund 










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Transfer from Other Special Revenue Funds 










5230 


Transfer from Capital Project Funds 










5251 


Transfer from Capital Reserve Funds 











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MS-27 
Rev. 08/05 



BRENTWOOD SCHOOL DISTRICT 

SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS 

PREVIOUS TWO FISCAL YEARS PER RSA 32:ll-a 

SPECIAL EDUCATION EXPENSES 

1210 Special Programs 

1430 Summer School 

2130 Vision services 

2140 Psychological Services 

2150 Speech and Audiology 

2159 Speech-Summer School 

2160 Physical Therapy 
2150 Occupational Therapy 
2722 Special Transportation 
2729 Summer School Transportation 



2005-2006 


2006-2007 


514,617 



698,660 









35,479 

52,391 




42,039 

89,770 




14,086 

77,369 

12,265 




13,445 

38,180 

30,652 





Total Expenses 706,207 912,746 

SPECIAL EDUCATION REVENUE 

1950 Services to other LEAs 

3110 Special Ed. Portion Adequacy funds 135,528 135,528 

3110 Foundation Aid 

3111 Catastrophic Aid 
3190 Medicaid 15,774 38,197 

Total Revenues 151,302 173,725 

ACTUAL DISTRICT COST FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION 554,905 739,021 



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SUPERINTENDENT'S PRORATED SALARY 
2006-2007 

BRENTWOOD $7,172.25 

EAST KINGSTON $3,653.10 

EXETER $20,810.49 

EXETER REGION COOP $66,778.67 

KENSINGTON $4,420.25 

NEWFIELDS $3,787.05 

STRATHAM $15,148.19 

$121,770.00 



ASSOCIATE AND ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT'S SALARIES 

(Total reflects 2.5+ positions, $52,061. $98,465. $96,918. $5,000) 

2006-2007 

BRENTWOOD $14,868.95 

EAST KINGSTON $7,573.32 

EXETER $43,142.68 

EXETER REGION COOP $138,440.29 

KENSINGTON $9,163.72 

NEWFIELDS $7,851.01 

STRATHAM $31,404.03 

$252,444.00 



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The Exeter Region 



Cooperative 



School District 



Annual Report 



For the Year Ending June 30, 2007 
For the Proposed 2008-2009 Budget 



7 7 2 



Table of Contents 



Subject Page 

Board Members and District Officers 3 

S AU 1 6 Report of Administration 4 

Warrant of the 2008 School District Meeting 8 

Budget 2008-2009 1 1 

Budget Advisory Committee Report 1 2 

2 Year Special Education Costs 1 3 

Independent Audit Report Summary 14 

Enrollment Projections 1 5 

Minutes of 2007 District Meeting 1 6 

2007 Warrant Articles and Voting Results 2 1 

SAU 16 Superintendent Salaries 23 

S AU 1 6 Approved Budget 2008-2009 24 

SAU 1 6 Approved Calendar 2008-2009 28 



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Exeter Region Cooperative School District 
Board Members and District Officers 

Chair of the School Board: Sally Oxnard 





Term 




Name 


Expires 


Town 


Kimberley Casey 


2008 


East Kingston 


Townley Chisholm 


2009 


Exeter 


Barbara Collins-RigordaEva 


2010 


Kensington 


Lucy Cushman 


2008 


Stratham 


Patricia Lovejoy 


2009 


Stratham 


Tomasen Madden-Carey 


2010 


Exeter 


Kristina Magnusson 


2010 


Brentwood 


Dr. Sarah "Sally" Oxnard 


2008 


Exeter 


Raymond Trueman 


2009 


Newfields 


School District Website: www.saul6.org 





Moderator: Charles Tucker 

School District Clerk: Sue Bendroth 

School District Treasurer: Robert Boyd 

Superintendent's Office 

Arthur L. Hanson, Ed.D. 

Email: ahanson@saul6.org 

Superintendent of Schools 



Paul A. Flynn, M.Ed. 

Email: pflynn@saul6.org 

Associate Superintendent 

Director of Human Resources 



Stephen A. Kossakoski, Ph.D. 

Email: skossakoski@saul6.org 

Assistant Superintendent 

Technology & Research 



Jerome E. Frew, M.Ed. 

Email: jfrew@saul6.org 

Assistant Superintendent 

Curriculum & Assessment 



Walter C. Pierce, MBA, M.S.T. 

Email: wpierce@saul6.org 

Business Administrator 

Project Manager 



Nathan S. Lunney, MBA, RSBA 

Email: nlunney@saul6.org 

Chief Financial Officer 



Patricia Dowey, M.Ed. 

Email: pdowey@saul6.org 

Special Education Administrator 



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SCHOOL ADMINISTRATIVE UNIT SIX TEE N 

SAU16 



Walter C. Pierce, MBA, M.S.T. 

I EXETER REGION COOPERATIVELY* .... „ . w^ „ „ 

,j > .-* ■■ j ^ 3- Business Administrator STEPHEN A. KOSSAKOSKI, PH.D. 



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STRATHAM 



NEWFIELDS I^H. BRENTWOOD 



E.K1NGSTONV I KENSINGTON 




Arthur L. Hanson, Ed.D. Paul A. Flynn, M.Ed. 

Superintendent of Schools Associate Superintendent 

Director of Human Resources 



Assistant Superintendent 
NATHAN S. LUNNEY, MBA, RSBA Technology and Research 

Chief Financial Officer 

24 Front Street Exeter. NH 03833 JEROME E. FREW, M.Ed. 

tel: 603.775.8653 fax: 603.775.8673 PATRICIA DOWEY, M.ED. Assistant Superintendent 

www saul6 org Special Education Administrator Curriculum and Assessment 



REPORT FROM SAU 16 ADMINISTRATION FOR SCHOOL YEAR 2007-2008 

The SAU 16 School Districts are committed to working together to develop common standards and 
values that will result in graduates who are caring, productive and contributing members of society 

In August of 2007, the schools opened their doors with the following enrollments: Swasey Central School 
in Brentwood -411; East Kingston Elementary School - 193; Exeter Elementary (Main Street School 
and Lincoln Street School) - 1023; Kensington Elementary School - 215; Newfields Elementary School 
- 162; Stratham Memorial School -611; Cooperative Middle School - 1,368; the Seacoast School of 
Technology - 630, Exeter High School - 1,668 and Great Bay eLearning Charter School -100. 

Administration 

Dr. Arthur Hanson is retiring at the conclusion of this school year, having served as superintendent of 
SAU 16 for eleven years. The SAU 16 Board has conducted a nation-wide search and anticipates having 
a successor named for Dr. Hanson by mid-February 2008. Additionally, Main Street School Principal 
Paul Ford will be retiring in June 2008 after 21 years of outstanding service to the Exeter School District. 
The Exeter School Board will be faced with the challenge of finding a successor to Principal Ford within 
the next couple of months. 

Curriculum and Assessment 

Curriculum 

In October of 2007, we received approval of our Master Plan for Professional Development by the State 
for the next five years. This plan details our recertification process, professional development model, 
supervision and evaluation process and also outlines the curriculum review and assessment processes. 

At the high school level, staff members are involved in identifying competencies for every course in 
compliance with a 2009 deadline as part of the school approval process. The area of focus of each of the 
SAU wide curriculum committees is described below. 

Art 

Revision of the SAU 16 Art Curriculum is scheduled for this year. Technology, as it integrates 
art with other subjects, will be one of the focal points of this revision and alignment to state and 
national standards. Opportunities to integrate art with other curriculum areas will be addressed. 
How to address copyright, fair use and other related policies that have unique applications to art 
instruction and student products are also being discussed. 

Literacy 

The work of the "NH Pre-K-12 Literacy Task Force" serves as the focus of discussions this year. 
The SAU 16 Website has been updated with the most current practices - NH Literacy Action Plan 
for 21st Century Literacy, links, and documents from the work of the SAU 16 Literacy 
Committee. Emphasis is placed on the consistent application of the writing rubric and continued 
professional development is provided to increase all teachers' capacity as literacy instructors. 



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REPORT FROM SAM 16 ADMINISTRATION I OR SCHOOL YEAR 2007-21IOK 



Mentoring 

Development, implementation and evaluation of the SAU 16 in-house mentoring program are 
nearly completed. A summer Mentor Training Institute was held and we currently have 
approximately 80 trained mentors in the SAU. 

Math 

The implementation of Everyday Math, third edition, is taking place during the year. Following 
the recommendation by the teachers who attended the presentation of these materials, we 
continue to offer training and professional development in this area as needed. The middle school 
and high school are continuing to provide a wide range of remediation and enrichment 
opportunities for all students in mathematics. 

Science 

K-8 curriculum realignment has taken place during the last two years, aligning the curriculum 
with the NH grade level and grade span expectations. Professional development activities 
focusing on the "Skills and Inquiry" strand for grades K-5 continue to be offered. Science topic 
study groups are available to interested staff members as part of the NH-PALS Grant. 

Social Studies 

All teachers have received hard copies of the K-5 Social Studies Curriculum that has correlated 
state curriculum frameworks, skill strands, grade level and grade span expectations. The 
committee is looking at the World History strand this year, as well as providing suggestions for 
assessment and integrating technology. 

Professional Development 

Supervision and Evaluation documents are being reviewed and revised this year and will 

comprise most of the work for this group. 

School Nurses 

The school nurses are reviewing the SAU 16 health websites, SAU health policies, standing 

nurses' orders, discussing common health related procedures (peanut allergies, etc.) and 

reviewing with building representatives the pandemic preparedness plan for their building. As 

with each year, nurses prepare health alert lists, health care plans, review universal precautions 

with staff, provide health supplies for classrooms and gather emergency information on staff 

members. 

No Child Left Behind 

With the reauthorization of NCLB on the horizon, discussions focus on the major components 
proposed in the reauthorization and the various statements made by professional organizations 
relative to the reauthorization. 

Wellness 

The SAU Wellness Advisory Committee will convene to share local practices, review the 
implementation of the policies SAU -wide and discuss strategies for communicating wellness 
practices, healthy foods and lifestyles throughout SAU 16. 

Physical Education 

The last formal review of the Physical Education Curriculum was completed in 2002. With the 
change of school approval standards, creation of extended learning opportunities, and the 
integration of Information, Communication and Technology Standards in all subjects, the revision 
will focus on these areas. Statements of how each of the performance indicators are assessed will 
be cited in the new document. 



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REPORT FROM SAU 16 ADMINISTRATION FOR SCHOOL YEAR 2007-2008 

Technology Education/Family and Consumer Science 

These areas were last formally reviewed during 2002-2003. Since that time, standards for school 
approval have changed and an alignment study, as well as the identification of the integration of 
ICT standards through these curriculum areas, is taking place. 

We are very fortunate in SAU 16 to annually have over 200 teachers who volunteer service to a variety of 
curriculum committees and task forces. Most of these groups meet after school hours, are facilitated by 
district and building level administrators and meet occasionally during a full day session to conduct the 
ongoing analysis of curriculum for the 2 1 st Century Learner. 

Assessment 

During the fall of 2007, all students in grades 3-8 and 1 1 participated in the New England Common 
Assessment Program (NECAP) exams in reading and mathematics. Fifth, eighth and eleventh graders 
participated in a writing component as well. Beginning in May 2008, the NECAP Science Test will be 
administered to all students in grades 4, 8 and 1 1 . The results of these exams illustrate how our students 
perform on a standardized test that is based on Grade Level Expectations at the state level, and will be 
reported to students, parents and the community once they become available. When the 2006 results were 
released in August 2007, it was learned that all schools in SAU 16 made "Adequate Yearly Progress". In 
January 2008, the 2007 results will be released, but are not currently available. 

Annually in May, most of the SAU 16 schools administer the Northwest Evaluation Association 
Measures of Academic Progress (NWEA). This computer adaptive instrument gives us one indicator of 
each student's growth over a set period of time in language usage and mathematics. The NWEA program 
also provides valuable information that assists in grouping students and illustrating specific instructional 
suggestions for each student. 

Our students are assessed in a variety of ways including teacher developed tests, projects, displays and 
presentations. It is important to remember that any standardized test is one indicator and one type of 
assessment. Our teachers encourage and provide forums for students to demonstrate what they "know 
and are able to do" . 

SAU 16 Office Renovation 

The year the Exeter Region Cooperative School Board reviewed its financing options to fund the 
renovation of approximately 10,000 square feet at 30 Linden Street, the former location of Exeter High 
School, to provide rental space for the SAU 16 Central Offices. The Board approved the plan for 
renovation of the space and the project was completed in June 2007. The SAU vacated its rental space at 
24 Front Street and relocated to 30 Linden Street in early July 2007. The 30 Linden Street campus was 
renamed The Tuck Learning Campus. This renovation project is eligible for 40 % State building aid 
over 5 years. The first installment was received by the ERCSD this fiscal year. The cost savings 
accruing to the taxpayers of the SAU/ERCSD due to the cessation of rental payments, combined with the 
building aid receipts, will enable the renovation cost to be recovered in less than three (3) years. 

Seacoast School of Technology Renovation Project 

On March 13, 2007, thanks to the voters of the Exeter Region Cooperative School District, the 
$8, 500,000 appropriation for the renovation and addition project of SST was approved by an 
overwhelming 78% majority vote. Students, staff, and Board members are grateful for your generous 
support. Equally important was the support of the Department of Education Career/Technical Leadership 
for their guidance, as well as the hard work of our local legislators in gaining the vote of approval of the 
State Legislature and Governor. Their efforts resulted in our receiving $6,375,000 State Renovation 
Project funding. 

Design of the project was completed in May 2007 and the bidding process was finalized in time for 
construction to begin in July. The first phase of construction was the completion of the site work, 

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REPORT FROM SAU 16 ADMINISTRATION FOR SCHOOL YEAR 2007-2008 

foundation for the Automotive Technologies building and the renovation of the Early Childhood 
Education/Wright Start pre-school program space. This phase was completed by the end of September. 
The completion of the remaining program spaces and the new automotive building will occur in phases 
throughout the remainder of the 2008 school year and summer with final project completion anticipated 
for the fall of 2008. 

Technology 

The state minimum standards require that digital portfolios be implemented for all students in grades 
K-12. Teachers will be involved in training and pilot testing digital portfolios during the 2007-2008 
school year with full implementation occurring by November 2008. An SAU 16 Portfolio Committee has 
been established and is comprised of approximately 30 members representing all SAU 16 schools. 
Members of this committee are currently working on a number of projects leading toward full 
implementation of the portfolio in 2008. Additionally, we were able to secure grant funds from the New 
Hampshire Department of Education to create a teacher technology and portfolio mentoring program. 
Eighteen teachers have been trained to provide training and support to our teachers in the use of 
technology and in the creation of digital portfolios. Since last spring, these mentors have provided over 
450 hours of professional development opportunities to SAU 16 teachers. 

Helping our students to understand how to safely use Internet technologies is of prime importance in 
today's connected society. Toward this end, SAU 16 has formed a district-wide Internet Safety 
Committee. The committee is comprised of representatives from Microsoft, BeNetSafe.org, the Granite 
State Distance Learning Network, along with SAU 16 guidance counselors, teachers and administrators. 
The committee will host an Internet safety night for all SAU 16 communities on Tuesday, 
February 5, 2008 at 7:00PM in the auditorium at Exeter High School. The committee is also establishing 
an Internet safety student mentoring program where middle and high school students will be trained to 
teach elementary students how to safely use Internet resources. 

All schools continue to use PowerSchool to collect attendance data and student demographic information. 
Exeter High School and the Cooperative Middle School have fully implemented the system which 
includes online grade reporting, report card generation, and online student/parent access to grades and 
attendance data. All Lincoln Street School teachers have been trained to use the PowerSchool grade book 
and report card system. Stratham Memorial School teachers will be trained in January 2008 with the goal 
of creating report cards for quarter three. East Kingston teachers issued quarter one report cards using 
PowerSchool while our remaining elementary schools will be working toward full implementation of this 
system in the coming year. 

Great Bay eLearning Charter School (GBeCS) 

The Great Bay eLearning Charter School currently enrolls one-hundred and four students in grades nine, 
ten, eleven and twelve. The focus of the school is to foster student achievement through project-based 
learning in a technologically rich learning environment. Several GBeCS seniors have applied for early 
admission to their colleges of choice. As of December 11, 2007, we are proud to announce acceptances 
to Jacksonville University (FL), Johnson and Wales University (RI), Johnson State College (VT), New 
England College (NH) and the University of New Hampshire (Durham, NH). Students from any SAU 16 
town can apply to attend the school free of charge. For more information about the school, please visit 
their website ( http://www.gbecs.org ) or call the school directly (775-8638). 

Sincere appreciation is offered to all of the SAU 16 Joint School Board Members, the Board of Trustees 
for the Great Bay eLearning Charter School and the Seacoast School of Technology's Governing Board 
for their continued support and dedication to the students that attend SAU 16 Schools. The Boards' 
tireless efforts and dedication on behalf of collaborative educational and co-curricular excellence is often 
unrecognized. Their commitment to all students and to their communities allows SAU 1 6 to be 
recognized as a superior school system. 

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2008 ANNUAL DISTRICT MEETING WARRANT 

As revised by the First Session 

EXETER REGION COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT 

To the inhabitants of the Exeter Region Cooperative School District, County of 
Rockingham, State of New Hampshire qualified to vote upon District affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet as follows: 

FIRST SESSION OF ANNUAL MEETING (Deliberative): In the Talbot Gymnasium 

at the Tuck Learning Campus, 30 Linden Street in Exeter, New Hampshire on 
Thursday, February 7, 2008, at 7:00 PM for explanation, discussion, debate, and 
possible amendment of the following warrant articles: 

1 . Shall the District raise and appropriate as an operating budget, not including 
appropriations by special warrant articles and other appropriations voted separately, the 
amounts set forth on the budget posted with the warrant, or as amended by vote of the 
first session, for the purposes set forth therein, totaling $48,1 50,360? Should this article 
be defeated, the operating budget shall be $47,817,297, which is the same as last year, 
with certain adjustments required by previous action of the District or by law; or the 
governing body may hold one special meeting, in accordance with RSA 40:13, X and 
XVI, to take up the issue of a revised operating budget only. (The School Board and 
Budget Advisory Committee both recommend $48,150,360 as set forth on said budget.) 

2. Shall the District raise and appropriate to the expendable trust fund known as the 
"Maintenance Fund" (established by the 2001 District meeting under RSA 198:20-c for 
the purpose of funding long term and/or unexpected maintenance/repair projects of 
school buildings and grounds) the sum of the amount of the June 30, 2008 
undesignated fund balance (surplus) up to $40,000? (The School Board and Budget 
Advisory Committee both recommend this appropriation.) 

{The source of funding for this $40,000 will be the State Building Aid payment 
received as a result of the cost of renovations to a portion of the Tuck Learning 
Campus, formerly Exeter High School, for the relocation of the SAU 16 offices. 
This will be the second of five years of State Building Aid payments to replenish 
monies of the Maintenance Trust Fund used for the renovation.) 

3. Shall the District raise and appropriate to the expendable trust fund known as the 
"Special Education Trust Fund" (established by the 2002 District meeting under RSA 
198:20-c for the purpose of funding unanticipated special education expenses) the sum 
of the amount of the June 30, 2008 undesignated fund balance (surplus), after giving 
effect to any appropriation under Article 2, above, up to $100,000? (The School Board 
recommends this appropriation.) 

4. Shall the District increase the limit for the accumulated balance (including 
interest) of the "Special Education Trust Fund" to $500,000? (The School Board and 
Budget Advisory Committee both recommend adoption of this article.) 



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5. On petition of David Pendell and others: 

Shall the District vote in favor of a non-binding resolution to encourage the Exeter 
Region Cooperative School Board to NOT expend $75,000 out of the 2007-2008 budget 
surplus or trust fund for the purpose of renovations at the new Exeter High School? 



6. On petition of certain citizens: 

Shall the Exeter Region Cooperative School District vote to raise and appropriate 
the sum of $10,000 in order to enhance the annual independent audit through 
compliance with Statement on Auditing Standards No. 112 and GASB Statement No. 34 
for fiscal year 2009? 



7. To hear reports of agents, auditors, and committees or officers heretofore 
chosen. 

8. To transact any other business which may legally come before the meeting. 



SECOND SESSION: At the polling places designated below on Tuesday, March 11, 
2008, to choose the following School District Officers: 



School District Board Member (East Kingston) 3-year Term Exp 

School District Board Member (Exeter) 3-year Term Exp 

School District Board Member (Stratham) 3-year Term Exp 

School District Moderator 1-year Term Exp 

Budget Committee Member (East Kingston) 1-year Term Exp 

Budget Committee Member (Exeter) 1-year Term Exp 

Budget Committee Member (Stratham) 1-year Term Exp 

Budget Committee Member (Exeter) 2-year Term Exp 

Budget Committee Member (Newfields) 2-year Term Exp 

Budget Committee Member (Stratham) 2-year Term Exp 

Budget Committee Member (Brentwood) 3-year Term Exp 

Budget Committee Member (Exeter) 3-year Term Exp 

Budget Committee Member (Kensington) 3-year Term Exp 



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at the First Session; by ballot, the polls to be open at the polling places at the hours 
designated below: 



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VOTERS IN TOWN OF POLLING PLACE 



POLLING HOURS 



Brentwood 
East Kingston 

Exeter 

Kensington 

Newfields 

Stratham 



Brentwood Community Center 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM 



East Kingston Elementary 
School Multi-purpose Room 

Talbot Gymnasium 
Tuck Learning Campus 

Kensington Town Hall 

Newfields Town Hall 



8:00 AM to 7:00 PM 



7:00 AM to 8:00 PM 



8:00 AM to 7:30 PM 



8:00 AM to 7:00 PM 



Stratham Municipal Center 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM 



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EXETER REGION COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT 


FY 2008-2009 PROPOSED BUDGET 


1/10/2008 


BUDGET 


ACTUAL 


BUDGET 


PROPOSED 


PROGRAM 


2006-2007 


2006-2007 


2007-2008 


2008-2009 


ART 


340,043 


335,595 


356,409 


381,209 


MUSIC 


348,405 


348,272 


369,035 


392,346 


PHYSICAL ED 


492,244 


501,695 


531,120 


567,634 


BASIC CLASSROOM 


455,982 


550,672 


509,834 


534,255 


ALTERNATIVE ED 


288,076 


313,384 


340,990 


369,244 


READING 


458,443 


462,623 


486,817 


512,187 


MATHEMATICS 


1 ,565,640 


1 ,530,749 


1,673,656 


1,835,313 


BUSINESS ED 


138,398 


104,010 


138,434 


134,410 


SCIENCE 


1,693,740 


1,643,999 


1 ,806,205 


1,896,832 


ENGLISH 


1 ,824,575 


1,912,970 


1,926,011 


2,006,935 


ESL/ESOL/ELL 


36,310 


759 


36,800 


81,563 


SOCIAL STUDIES 


1,597,070 


1,637,200 


1,674,481 


1,759,087 


WORLD LANGUAGE 


1,114,060 


1,114,375 


1,170,241 


1,210,265 


HEALTH 


171,867 


187,447 


197,557 


207,832 


FAMILY & CONS SCIENCE 


185,245 


184,852 


198,493 


206,703 


TECH ED 


228,776 


201,075 


226,895 


240,818 


COMPUTER 


1 ,247,295 


1,140,815 


1,330,778 


1,414,256 


SUBS/SABB/TUT/STAFF DEV 


253,000 


201,167 


261 ,000 


216,600 


REGULAR EDUCATION 


$12,439,169 


$12,371,657 


$13,234,756 


$13,967,489 


SPECIAL EDUCATION 


4,116,446 


3,515,001 


4,345,110 


4,214,572 


SEACOAST SCH OF TECH 


1,398,035 


1,434,594 


1 ,461 ,527 


1,549,558 


ATHLETICS/XCURR 


722,188 


736,373 


763,251 


786,592 


ADULT ED 


70,120 


124,179 


74,290 


80,020 


GUIDANCE/ATTENDANCE 


1,117,552 


1,117,039 


1,189,947 


1 ,248,965 


NURSE/HEALTH SERVICES 


341,496 


356,421 


374,428 


396,693 


PSYCH/SPEECH PATH 


426,015 


381,958 


441 ,825 


481,212 


MEDIA/TRAINING 


340,909 


352,161 


355,685 


370,380 


SCHOOL BD/SPED ADMIN 


248,300 


265,981 


260,800 


260,800 


SAU #16 ADMIN 


1,085,354 


1,085,353 


1,140,842 


1,129,241 


SCHOOL ADMIN 


1 ,895,646 


1,920,292 


1 ,974,750 


1,990,640 


PLANT OPERATIONS 


2,077,447 


2,866,979 


2,324,347 


2,490,341 


UTILITIES/ENERGY 


1,528,825 


1 ,568,369 


1,686,000 


1 ,779,800 


TRANSPORTATION 


1,483,211 


1 ,434,853 


1,615,465 


1 ,679,248 


BENEFITS 


7,717,007 


7,082,418 


8,210,077 


8,735,480 


INSURANCE 


200,000 


216,927 


209,100 


209,100 


GENERAL FUND TOTAL 


$37,207,720 


$36,830,555 


$39,662,200 


$41,370,131 


DEBT SERVICE 


5,793,880 


5,793,878 


4,555,130 


4,561,719 


CAP RES/TRUST FUNDS 


- 


- 


- 


- 


CAPITAL PROJ/SP W.A. 


475,000 


475,000 


- 


- 


FEDERAL/STATE GRANTS 


1 ,398,340 


1,207,929 


1,398,510 


1,398,510 


FOOD SERVICE FUND 


820,000 


904,627 


820,000 


820,000 


TOTAL -ALL FUNDS 


$45,694,940 


$45,211,988 


$46,435,840 


$48,150,360 













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Exeter Region Cooperative School District 
Budget Advisory Committee 

Annual Report 2008 

As part of the 2007 Annual Meeting, voters approved the creation of an advisory budget 
committee to work with the SAU and the Cooperative School Board to develop and review the 
operating budget for the district. Committee members were appointed by the moderator for this first 
year and we held approximately 10 meetings between August and January. The members were 
thoroughly oriented to the budget process and to the many facets of the Cooperative Middle and 
Exeter High Schools and the other educational opportunities funded and supported by the district. 
We not only examined the proposed operating budget line-by-line, but toured the facilities, met with 
all administrators and compared our spending to similar schools and districts throughout the state. 
The committee worked well together toward common fiscal management goals in a climate that was 
thoughtful, respectful and productive. 

The budget committee worked diligently to develop a fair budget for FY2008-2009 that 
balances the quality of education that this district is accustomed to having with a palatable budget 
increase to cover contractual obligations and requests. The committee would like to thank SAU16 
Chief Financial Officer Nathan Lunney and his staff for all of their hard work and assistance. The 
committee's work would not have been possible without their help and responsiveness to our 
questions and requests. The committee presented our recommended budget to the School Board in 
early January and it was unanimously accepted and approved. The proposed operating budget of 
$48,150,360, is a 3.69% increase over the current year and is the lowest percentage increase in the 
cooperative budget in the last 5 years. 

During the course of our budget deliberations we developed several recommendations for 
the district to examine and study. These recommendations include data comparisons to justify 
expenses and the need for certain positions within the district as well as defining the fully burdened 
cost per student at each of the district's facilities. This involves outlining the costs associated with 
continuing to operate programs at the Tuck Learning Campus to ensure that tenants and users are 
paying their fair share and expenses are not being subsidized by the district taxpayers. The 
committee also recommended that the School Board work towards increasing public knowledge and 
input when it comes to the spending of the budget surplus on projects and initiatives that were not 
included as part of the proposed operating budget. This recommendation is combined with a 
request to develop both a short-term and long-term capital improvement plan that would ensure all 
projects were thought out, prioritized and allowed to go through a budget process review. 

The members of the committee are eager to stand for election this year in order to continue 
to serve the district in this important role. We plan to continue meeting year-round to work with 
members of the school board and the SAU on the recommendations that have been made and start 
developing the FY2009-2010 operating budget as early as possible. 

Sincerely, 

Robert Aldrich, Exeter 
Chairman 

Elyse Gallo, Brentwood Simon Heslop, Newfields Deborah Johnson, Exeter 

Patty Lovejoy, School Board Roy Morrisette, Exeter David Pendell, East Kingston 

Mark Poirier, Stratham Mark Portu, Stratham vacant, Kensington 

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Exeter Region Cooperative School District 



Special Education Programs 



Previous Two Fiscal Years per RSA 32:ll-a 













12/30/2007 




















SPECIAL EDUCATION EXPENSES 




2005-2006 


2006-2007 










1200/1230 Special Programs 




5 3,344,997 


$ 3,457,397 


1430 Summer School 




B1 ,763 


57,604 


2140 Psychological Services 




1 27 ,268 


135,848 


2150 Speech and Audiology 




152,482 


166,497 


2162 Physical Therapy 




47,146 


49.B17 
29,796 


21B3 Occupational Therapy 




37.65B 


2722 Special Transportation 




255.QB8 


343.6B2 


2729 


Summer School Transp 




22,735 


1 1 ,489 ; 














TOTAL EXPENSES 




4,049,137 


4,252,130 












SPECIAL EDUCATION REVENUES 
















1950 Service to other LEAs 




14,750 


15,075 


3110 Special Ed Portion AEG 




1,551,133 


1,551,133 


3240 Catastrophic Aid 




440,013 


325,104 


45B0 Medicaid 




248,770 


208,931 








TOTAL REVENUES 




2,254,666 


2,100,244 












t 


ACTUAL DISTRICT COST FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION $ 1,794.471 


$ 2,151887 





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Year Ending June 30, 2007 



Exeter Region Cooperative School District 



Independent Audit Report Summary 
Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2007 



The Management Letter from Plodzik & Sanderson was not available 

at the time of printing. The traditional excerpts from the audit will be included 

in the final published copy of the ERCSD Annual Report 

that will be posted under 

ERCSD School Board Minutes on the district website at 

www.saul6.org. 



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725 



Year Ending June 30, 2007 



Exeter Region Cooperative School District 



Enrollment Projections 



12/30/2007 





Cooperative 


Middle School 














6th Grade 


7th Grade 


8th Grade 


Total 


% Change 










2007-08 


447 


473 


44B 


1366 


2.9%^ 


2008-09 


457 


455 


484 


1396 


2 2% 


2009-10 


4B4 4BB 


466 


1416 


1.4% 


2010-11 


427 494 


478 


1399 


-12% 


2011-12 


487 


435 


50B 


1428 


2 1% 


2012-13 


474 


496 


444 


1414 


-1.0% 


2013-14 


479 


484 


508 


1471 


4.0% 


2014-15 


490 


4B7 


495 


1472 


0.1% 


2015-16 


449 


498 


499 


144B 


-1 .B% 


2016-17 


4B2 


458 


5D9 


1429 


-1.2% 


2017-18 


4B4 


473 


469 


1426 


-0.2% 







Exeter High School 


















9th Grade 


10th Grade 


11th Grade 12th Grade 


Total 


% Chaiuje 












20D7-08 


415 


442 


385 


402 


1644 


-4 0% 


2008-09 


434 


385 


429 


364 


1612 


-1.9% 


2009-10 


472 


403 


374 


405 


1B54 


2.6% 


2010-11 


455 


438 393 


355 


1B41 


-0.8% 


2011-12 
2012-13 


467 


421 42B 


374 


16B8 


29% 


494 


433 408 


404 


1739 


3.0% 


2013-14 


432 


459 420 


3BB 


1B99 


-2.3% 


2014-15 


496 


400 446 


398 


1740 


2.4% 


2015-16 


4B5 


460 3BB 


424 


1757 


1 0% 


2016-17 


488 


450 44B 


369 


1753 


-0.2% 


2017-18 


494 


452 439 


422 


1807 


3 1% 



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Year Ending June 30, 2007 



MINUTES OF THE EXETER REGION COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT 

FIRST SESSION OF THE 2007 ANNUAL MEETING 

DELIBERATIVE SESSION - THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2007 - 7:00 PM 

TUCK LEARNING CAMPUS - TALBOT GYMNASIUM 



ERCSD BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT: 

Greg Kann - Chair - Exeter 
Ray Trueman - Newfields 
Patty Lovejoy - Stratham 
Kns Magnusson - Brentwood 
Townley Chisholm - Exeter 



Lucy Cushman - Vice-Chair - Stratham 
Kim Casey - East Kingston 
Robin Scott - Kensington 
Sally Oxnard - Exeter 



ADMINISTRATION : 
MODERATOR: 
ATTORNEY FOR ERCSD: 



Arthur Hanson, Walter Pierce, Nathan Lunney 
Charles Tucker, Esq. 
Diane Gorrow, Esq. 



Moderator Charles Tucker called the meeting to order at 7:02 PM followed by the Pledge of Allegiance, 
introduction of board members, administration and district attorney and explanations of the purpose of the 
meeting and that voting takes place on March 13, 2007 at the respective voting locations in each SAU 16 
town. Moderator Tucker reviewed the procedures for a deliberative session that would be followed for 
the evening. 

Moderator Tucker read Warrant Article #1 : 



Warrant Article 1. Shall the District raise and appropriate as an operating budget, not including 
appropriations by special warrant articles and other appropriations voted separately, the amounts 
set forth on the budget posted with the warrant, or as amended by vote of the first session, for the 
purposes set forth therein, totaling $46,435,840? Should this article be defeated, the operating 
budget shall be $46,105,313, which is the same as last year, with certain adjustments required by 
previous action of the District or by law; or the governing body may hold one special meeting, in 
accordance with RSA 40:13, X and XVI, to take up the issue of a revised operating budget only. 
(The School Board recommends $46,435,840 as set forth on 
said budget.) 

Nathan Lunney, SAU 16 Chief Financial Officer, spoke to the article and discussed his PowerPoint 
presentation on the budget. Moderator asks for any questions or comments. 

Alan Bailey, Exeter, asked about the budget, student enrollment and whether any students outside of the 
district attend Exeter High School. After reviewing the figures and doing the math it looks like it is over 
$15,000 per student year and that 35 of the 39 line items were over budget and wanted to know if that was 
normal practice. He also asked when those lines are changed is it a decision of the ERCSD? 

Nathan Lunney responded by saying that as of November 1, 2006 the enrollment was 3,042, which was 
inclusive of GBeCS. There is not a practice in place to have students attend out of district. Line numbers 
are discussed at board meetings wherein the past they were discussed in subcommittees. 

Alan Bailey, Exeter, encouraged the board to do everything they could to slow down the rate of increases. 

Arthur Baillargeon, Exeter, had questions about transportation and more specifically the rise in cost for 
late bus. How many students use these buses? Also had questions about athletic bussing cost going up 
$15,000 and whether that was due to more athletics or going further for sports programs? 

Nathan Lunney reviewed the history and usage of the late bus and that following February vacation will 
move to 3 late buses for CMS and 1 late bus for the High School. He also commented that participation 



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numbers have grown in athletics but maybe the largest driver over the last 3 years is not having students 
drive themselves due to liability. 

John Henson, Exeter, noted that we are not at the age that we ride our bicycles any more, but use our 
buses to take us where we need to go. 

Jim Johnson, Brentwood, asked to have equalized value explained and how it relates to assessment value 
of 6 towns? He also requested that next year the breakdown be clearer to read. He asked about lease of 
equipment and whether any staff in S AU has leased cars and how many submit for travel reimbursement? 

Nathan Lunney reviewed the statutory formula used, which is a spreadsheet from the state, which adjusts 
your property to make it equal with other properties in the state. It is split between elementary and 
cooperative towns. The entire cooperative pays according to the cooperative portion of the budget spread 
throughout the 6 towns. Brentwood is 13.84% (Brentwood's cooperative responsibility) on top of 7.77% 
(Brentwood's elementary responsibility). The area of leased equipment refers to Pitney Bowes postage 
machine, photocopiers, DocStar, accounting systems, etc. ERCSD does not have any leased cars and 
there are 20 employees in SAU 16 that can put in for reimbursement for mileage and transportation. 

Moderator noted that since no further discussion, Warrant Article #1 would go on the ballot as presented. 

Moderator read Warrant Article #2: 

Warrant Article 2. To see if the School District will raise and appropriate the sum of $8,500,000 
(gross budget) for the purpose of constructing renovations and additions and purchasing 
furnishings and equipment for the Seacoast School of Technology (Region 18 Vocational Center); to 
authorize the acceptance of a construction grant in the amount of $6,375,000 (75% of the total cost 
of the project) from the State of New Hampshire; to authorize the use of $956,250 from tuition fees 
received from the Seacoast School of Technology member districts to fund the balance of the 25% 
local share not covered by building aid, and further to authorize the use of State Building Aid in the 
amount of $1,168,750 to be received in annual increments of $233,750 over the next 5 years. 
Further, to authorize the school board to apply for, accept and expend grants and donations from 
state, federal or other private sources that may become available. This is a non-lapsing special 
warrant article under RSA 32:7 and will not lapse until the project is complete or until June 30, 
2013, whichever is earlier. This article is contingent upon receiving the grant from the State of New 
Hampshire in the amount of $6,375,000. (The School Board recommends this appropriation). 
(Passage of this article will not impact the tax rate.) 

Kim Casey, ERCSD Board member from East Kingston introduced Nancy Pierce, SST Principal who will 
be retiring after 13 years of service to this school and has done an outstanding job on behalf of the 
students at SST. Ms. Casey noted some of the accomplishments that have occurred under Mrs. Pierce's 
leadership. 

Nancy Pierce, Principal of SST - spoke to the article noting that passage of this article would not impact 
local tax rate. She noted the schools that send students to SST that it was built in 1980 and in need of 
renovations and over last 10-year enrollment gone from 250 to 630 students. 

Larry Foss, Stratham -spoke in favor of the article as an employer, spokesperson for the Exeter New Car 
Dealers and president of the National Association for Teacher Educational Foundation. 

John Henson, Exeter, spoke in favor of the article noting Governor Lynch is in favor of this and feels the 
Legislature is also. 

Joyce Daniels, East Kingston, has 2 sons in SAU 16 schools and oldest son attends SST Building Trades, 
which has made a huge difference in his education and would ask for your support of this renovation. 

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Arthur Baillargeon, Exeter, an SST advocate feels renovation is plus for students and teachers and is 
much needed. He feels one of most important votes in many years and asks that state of NH also support 
this project. 

Andrea Cole, Kensington, student at both EHS and SST spoke to let everyone know the opportunities 
SST has afforded both she and her brother and hopes everyone votes. 

Matt Kramer, UNH student and graduate of SST biotechnology program - very thankful for program and 
opportunities it afforded him. It gives an advantage over other students when you go forward in that field. 

Margaret Callahan, Assistant Pnncipal of SST (not a resident but no objection to her speaking); noted that 
77% of students go onto post-secondary education. She announced a tour on Saturday March 3 9-11 and 
everyone is welcome to attend. 

Langdon Plumer, Exeter, noted support this evening is terrific and urged support. Arthur Baillargeon, 
Exeter, reiterated the tour date of March 3rd tour and in case of bad weather it would be March 4th. 

No further discussion, Moderator declared article would appear on ballot as presented. 

Moderator read Warrant Article #3: 

Warrant Article 3. Shall the District raise and appropriate to the expendable trust fund known as 

the Maintenance Fund (established by the 2001 District meeting under RSA 198:20-c for the 

purpose of funding long term and/or unexpected maintenance/repair projects of school buildings 

and grounds) the sum of the amount of the June 30, 2007 undesignated fund balance (surplus) up to 

$40,000? (The 

School Board recommends this appropriation.) 

(The source of funding for this $40,000 will be the first State Building Aid payment received as a 
result of the cost of renovations to a portion of the Tuck Learning Campus, formerly Exeter High 
School, for the relocation of the SAU 16 offices. This will be the first of five years of State 
Building Aid payments to replenish monies of the Maintenance Trust Fund used for the 
renovation.) 

Mr. Trueman, ERCSD Board member from Newfields spoke to the article. 

Arthur Baillargeon, Exeter, asked what grounds meant? 

Mr. Trueman, ERCSD Board member from Newfields noted that plans would be available for review at 
the SAU Office. 

No further discussion, Moderator declared article would go on the ballot as presented. 

Moderator Tucker read Warrant Article #4. 

Warrant Article 4. On petition of Edward Berry and others: 

To see if the Towns comprising the Exeter Regional Cooperative School District will Vote to 
establish a Budget Committee according to the provisions of RSA: Chapter 32 providing for a 
Cooperative School District Budget Committee. Membership shall be composed of seven 
committee members; one member elected by each sending town and one representative appointed 
by the Exeter Regional Cooperative School Board. 

Amendment by Elyse Seeley-Gallo, Brentwood: 



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Amendment: According to RSA 195:12, this budget committee shall have the same number of 
elected members as the cooperative district school board, plus one member appointed from the 
school board. Until such time as budget committee members are elected by the registered voters of 
the towns of Brentwood, East Kingston, Exeter, Kensington, Newfields and Stratham, the 
moderator of the cooperative school district deliberative session meeting is directed by law to 
appoint the initial 9 members within 15 days of the vote establishing the committee through this 
warrant article, and is requested by this petition to follow the recommendation of each town's 
Board of Selectmen to complete this process. Amendment was seconded. 

Elyse Seeley-Gallo, Brentwood - explained the reason for the amendment is that the membership needs to 
be the same as the membership of the ERCSD Board. Noted the following selectmen voted in favor of 
this: East Kingston, Newfields, Kensington and Brentwood. Stratham did not vote on it and Exeter has 
not voted on this. 

Vote 38 in favor; 43 opposed. Amendment fails. 

Moderator that we are now back to original citizens petition article as presented and since Attorney 
Gorrow spoke that the article in its original format would be acceptable to go forward, the Moderator has 
asked that if the article passes, please inform him if you are interested in being on this committee. 

Elysee Seeley-Gallo, Brentwood - spoke to the petition warrant article. 

David Barr, Stratham, one of the initial ERCSD board members and also prior to that a Stratham School 
Board member stated he left the board the same year that a budget committee was approved by the voters 
and was one of the nine members appointed to that committee. He explained the meetings were parallel 
to the meetings that were held by the school board and was opposed to creating a budget committee since 
all the board meetings are open. He offered the following amendment: 

Amendment: To see if the Towns comprising the Exeter Regional Cooperative School District will 
Vote to establish a Budget Committee according to the provisions of RSA: Chapter 32 providing for 
a Cooperative School District Budget Committee. Membership shall be composed of seven 
committee members; one member elected by each sending town and one representative appointed 
by the Exeter Regional Cooperative School Board. (The Voters of the first Deliberative Session 
February 8, 2007 
strongly opposed this article). Amendment was seconded. 

Alan Bailey, Exeter, spoke against the amendment feeling it was confusing. 

Vote 64 yes: 16 no. Amendment passes. 

Karen Plumer, Exeter, spoke against a budget committee. 

Moderator stated that the official budget committee presents to the town and this meeting can only exceed 
that budget by 10%. 

Kim Casey, ERCSD Board member from East Kingston offered this amendment: 

Amendment: To see if the Towns comprising the ERCSD will Vote to establish an Advisory Budget 
Committee. Membership shall be composed of 9 committee members in the same proportion as 
town representation on the cooperative board. Amendment was seconded. 

Kim Casey spoke to amendment. Jim Johnson, Brentwood, spoke against motion. 



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Elyse Seeley-Gallo stated the intent is now not the same and what is the legality of that? 

Moderator asked Attorney Gorrow for her legal opinion. Attorney Gorrow said you can change the intent 
and amend the language as long as it is an article that is not prescribed by the law. 

John Hazekamp, Stratham, agreed with an Advisory Committee as a first step and compromise. 

Roy Morrisette, Exeter, would support Kim's amendment noting you have 9 members who are elected to 
represent you and they bring forth what they feel is a budget that supports their administrators. 

Jim Johnson, Brentwood, spoke to the Brentwood budget. 

Vote 82 yes: 5 no. Amendment passes. 

Alan Bailey, Exeter, addressed the article as it deals with audits given the auditors have used the word 
'adverse' in the reports issued. He noted the adverse is based on the board not using GASB 34 
procedures and also asked whether the finance committee of ERCSD Board no longer meets because he 
has not seen minutes since 2006. 

Greg Kann, ERCSD Board member from Exeter noted that to comply with GASB 34 requires additional 
funding and that is one of the reasons the board has been slow to respond to GASB 34. Mr. Kann 
explained that finances are discussed at the school board meetings for the most part as there are no longer 
subcommittees. He also stated that GASB 34 should be in compliance by the next audit. 

Elyse Seeley-Gallo, Brentwood, motioned to add the following to the amendment made by Kim Casey: 

Amendment: The moderator in the first instance shall appoint the members of the budget 
committee, except for the additional member appointed from the school board, within 15 days of 
the vote establishing the committee. The members appointed by the moderator shall serve until the 
next annual meeting when the meeting shall elect their successors. Amendment was seconded. 

Vote 40 yes: 24 no. Amendment passes. 

Lucy Cushman, ERCSD Board member from Stratham spoke against having any kind of budget 
committee. 

Benjamin Long, Stratham, spoke to the article. Roy Morrisette, Exeter, spoke to article. Jim Johnson, 
Brentwood, spoke to article. 

No further discussion, amended article will go forward as presented. 

5. To hear reports of agents, auditors, and committees or officers heretofore chosen. 

Kim Casey, ERCSD Board member from East Kingston announced a February 20th meeting in 
Manchester and a March 5th Meeting in Dover to discuss adequate education. 

6. To transact any other business which may legally come before the meeting. 

Motion to adjourn at 9:25 PM. 
Respectfully submitted, 

Susan E.H. Bendroth, ERCSD Clerk 
February 8, 2007 

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MINUTES OF THE EXETER REGION COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT 
SECOND SESSION OF THE 2007 ANNUAL MEETING 
VOTING SESSION - MARCH 13, 2007 

The polls were open at the polling places at the hours designated below to choose the following School 
District Officers: School District Member (Brentwood), School District Member (Exeter), School District 
member (Kensington), School District Moderator and vote, by ballot on the articles listed as 1 through 4. 

Voters in Town of: Polling Place: Polling Hours: 

Brentwood Brentwood Fire Hall 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM 

East Kingston East Kingston Elementary School 8:00 AM to 7 : 00 PM 

Multi-Purpose Room 

Exeter Talbot Gym at the old Exeter High School 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM 

Kensington Kensington Town Hall 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM 

Newfields Newfields Town Hall 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM 

Stratham Stratham Municipal Center 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM 

Results of the election of Exeter Region Cooperative School District Officers: 

Brentwood Board Member, term ending at 2010 election: 
Kristina "Kris" Magnusson 2,690 

Marilyn Morehead 2,030 

Exeter Board Member, term ending 2010 election: 

Tomasen Carey 2,508 

M. Kathleen "Kathy" McNeill 2,191 

Kensington Board Member, term ending 2010 election: 
Barbara Collins-RigordaEva 2,395 

Susan Lalime 2.037 

School District Moderator, term ending 2008 election: 
Charles F. Tucker 4,178 

Article #1 : Shall the District raise and appropriate as an operating budget, not including appropriations 
by special warrant articles and other appropriations voted separately, the amounts set forth on the budget 
posted with the warrant, or as amended by vote of the first session, for the purposes set forth therein, 
totaling $46,435,840? Should this article be defeated, the operating budget shall be $46,105,313, which is 
the same as last year, with certain adjustments required by previous action of the District or by law; or the 
governing body may hold one special meeting, in accordance with RSA 40:13, X and XVI, to take up the 
issue of a revised operating budget only. (The School Board recommends $46,435,840 as set forth on 
said budget.) 

YES 2,844 NO 1,766 



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Article #2 : To see if the School District will raise and appropriate the sum of $8,500,000 (gross budget) 
for the purpose of constructing renovations and additions and purchasing furnishings and equipment for 
the Seacoast School of Technology (Region 18 Vocational Center); to authorize the acceptance of a 
construction grant in the amount of $6,375,000 (75% of the total cost of the project) from the State of 
New Hampshire; to authorize the use of $956,250 from tuition fees received from the Seacoast School of 
Technology member districts to fund the balance of the 25% local share not covered by building aid, and 
further to authorize the use of State Building Aid in the amount of $1,168,750 to be received in annual 
increments of $233,750 over the next 5 years. Further, to authorize the school board to apply for, accept 
and expend grants and donations from state, federal or other private sources that may become available. 
This is a non-lapsing special warrant article under RSA 32:7 and will not lapse until the project is 
complete or until June 30, 2013, whichever is earlier. This article is contingent upon receiving the grant 
from the State of New Hampshire in the amount of $6,375,000. (The School Board recommends this 
appropriation). 

(Passage of this article will not impact the tax rate.) 



YES 3,726 



NO 



1,352 



Article #3 : Shall the District raise and appropriate to the expendable trust fund known as the 
"Maintenance Fund" (established by the 2001 District meeting under RSA 198:20-c for the purpose of 
funding long term and/or unexpected maintenance/repair projects of school buildings and grounds) the 
sum of the amount of the June 30, 2007 undesignated fund balance (surplus) up to $40,000? (The School 
Board recommends this appropriation.) 

(TJie source of funding for this $40,000 will be the first State Building Aid payment received as a 
result of the cost of renovations to a portion of the Tuck Learning Campus, formerly Exeter High 
School, for the relocation of the SAU 16 offices. This will be the first of five years of State 
Building Aid payments to replenish monies of the Maintenance Trust Fund used for the 
renovation.) 



YES 3,472 



NO 



1,481 



Article #4 : On petition of Edward Berry and others: 

To see if the Towns comprising the Exeter Region Cooperative School District will Vote to 
establish an Advisory Budget Committee. Membership shall be composed of nine committee members in 
the same proportion as town representation on the cooperative board. The moderator in the first instance 
shall appoint the members of the budget committee, except for the additional member appointed from the 
school board, within 15 days of the vote establishing the committee. The members appointed by the 
moderator shall serve until the next annual meeting when the meeting shall elect their successors. 



YES 2,900 



NO 



1,880 



Respectfully submitted, 



Susan E.H. Bendroth, ERCSD Clerk 
March 13,2007 



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Year Ending June 30, 2007 



Exeter Region Cooperative School District 



S AU 1 6 Superintendent Salaries 



12/30/2007 



SUPERINTENDENT'S PRORATED SALARY 

2006-2007 



BRENTWOOD 

EAST KINGSTON 

EXETER 

EXETER REGION COOP 

KENSINGTON 

NEWFTELDS 

STRATHAM 



$7,172.25 

$3,653.10 

$20,810.49 

$66,778.67 

$4,420.25 

$3,787.05 

$15,148.19 



$121,770.00 



ASSOCIATE AND ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT'S SALARBES 

(Total reflects 2.5+ positions, $52,061. $98,465. $96,918. $5,000) 

2006-2007 



BRENTWOOD 

EAST KINGSTON 

EXETER 

EXETER REGION COOP 

KENSINGTON 

NEWFffiLDS 

STRATHAM 



$14,868.95 
$7,573.32 

$43,142.68 

$138,440.29 

$9,163.72 

$7,851.01 

$31,404.03 



$252,444.00 



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Year Ending June 30, 2007 



SAU# 16 BUDGET 


] 


FISCAL YEAR 2008-2009 






ACCT# ITEM DESCRIPTION 


BUDGET 


ACTUAL 


BUDGET ADOPTED 12/17107 


12/17/2007 


FY 2006-07 


FY 2006-07 


FY 2007-08 


FY 2008-09 




CENTRAL OFFICE ADMINISTATION 














11-2320-110 ADMINISTRATIVE SALARIES 


381,797 00 


379,213.91 


395,470 00 


412,910.00 


11-2320-111 TREASURER &BRD MINUTES 


1,500 00 


1,309.90 


1,500.00 


1,5D0.Q0 


11-2320-113 SPECIAL ED ADMIN SALARIES 


89,250.00 


89,250.00 


93,690.00 


97,720.00 


11-2320-114 SUPPLEMENTAL SALARIES 


1,000.00 


187 00 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


11-2320-115 SECRETARIES SALARIES 


157,760.00 


159,394.04 


166,190.00 


173,565.00 


11-2320-117 HUMAN RESOURCES 


52,185.00 


52,061.03 


54,200.00 


56,370.00 










11-2320-211 HEALTH INSURANCE 


139,330.00 


128,472.08 


138,995.00 


144,230 00 


11-2320-212 DENTAL INSURANCE 


7,330.00 


5,223.97 


7,330.00 


7,660 00 


11-2320-213 LIFE INSURANCE 


3,410.00 


3,390.50 


3,640 00 


3,640.00 


11-2320-214 DISABILITY INSURANCE 


4,920 00 


5,315.58 


5,750.00 


5,980.00 


11-2320-231 LONGEVITY 


1,224.00 


2,797 50 


1,860.00 


2,675.00 


11-2320-232 RETIREMENT (8.74*/.) 


46,600 00 


39,719.37 


62,31000 


65,100.00 


11-2320-220 FICA (7.65%) 


52,450 00 


45,22831 


54,620.00 


57,100 00 


11-2320-250 WORKERS COMPENSATION 


3,200 00 


3,405 71 


3,200.00 


3,500.00 


11-2320-260 UNEMPLOYMENT COMP. 


480.00 


82.67 


480.00 


480.00 


11-2320-290 CONFERENCES 


6,000 00 


4,086.65 


6,000.00 


6,000 00 


11-2320-270 COURSE REIMBURSEMENTS 


3,300.00 


1,410.00 


3,300.00 


3,300.00 












11-2320-320 STAFF TRAINING 


26,000.00 


12,767.94 


26,000.00 


25,000.00 


11-2320-371 AUDIT EXPENSE 


6,000 00 


6,900.00 


7,000.00 


7,700.00 


11-2320-372 LEGAL EXPENSE 


7,000 00 


4,84250 


7,000.00 


6,000.00 


11-2320-373 MENTOR TRAINING 


6,500.00 


8,788 50 


6,500.00 


6,500.00 










11-2320-450 RENT 

11-2320-440 REPAIR & MAINTENANCE 


74,000.00 


73,080.00 


85,000.00 


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7,500.00 


7,500.00 


7,500.00 


7,500.00 










11-2320-520 ERRORS AND OMISSIONS 


1,400.00 


605.15 


1,400.00 


1,400.00 


11-2320-521 PROPERTY INSURANCE 


2,900.00 


2,900.00 


3,300 00 


3,783.00 


11-2320-531 TELEPHONE 


13,000.00 


21,417.14 


13,000.00 


13,000.00 


11-2320-532 POSTAGE 


12,000.00 


(559.04) 


12,000.00 


10,000.00 


11-2320-580 TRAVEL 


16,200.00 


17,248.78 


16,570.00 


17,320 00 










11-2320-610 SUPPLIES 


13,500 00 


23,45248 


13,500.00 


13,500.00 


11-2320-611 MAINTENANCE CONTRACTED 


4,950.00 


5,673.80 


5,200.00 


5,000.00 


11-2320-614 SUPERINTENDENT SEARCH 


0.00 


400.65 


0.00 


0.00 












11-2320-733 LEASED EQUIPMENT 


20,500 00 


16,886 26 


21.500 00 


20,000 00 


11-2320-734 EQUIPMENT 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


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11-2320-810 DUES & SUBSCRIPTIONS 


11,000.00 


12,351 12 


11,600.00 


12,400.00 


11-2320-870 CONTINGENCY 


2,500 00 


27,895 74 


2,500.00 


2,500 00 








1,176,686.00 


1,162,699.24 


1,239,105.00 


1,194,333.00 









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SAU# 16 BUDGET 


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FISCAL YEAR 2008 2009 






ACCT# ITEM DESCRIPTION 


BUDGET 


ACTUAL 


BUDGET i 


ADOPTED 1211/10 / 


12/17/2007 


FY 2006-07 


FY 2006-07 


FY 2007-08 


FY 2008 09 










FISCAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION 












11-2321-110 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 


121,870.00 


131,355.00 


134,560 00 


140,240 00 


11-2321-116 FISCAL SRV MGR/ACCOUNTANT 


91,300.00 


91,072.02 


94,950.00 


97,450.00 


11-2321-115 BOOKKEEPER/CLERICAL 


31,700.00 


25,940.26 


33,630.00 


39,170 00 


11-2321-130 PAYROLL/A/P SALARIES 


111,120.00 


115,504.33 


119,920.00 


125,150 00 








11-2321-211 HEALTH INSURANCE 


121,710.00 


113,001.60 


121,500 00 


118,500 00 


11-2321-212 DENTAL INSURANCE 


4,250.00 


4,469 85 


4,250.00 


4,750.00 


11-2321-213 LIFE INSURANCE 


2,325.00 


1,788.19 


2,490.00 


2,560.00 


11-2321-214 DISABILITY INSURANCE 


3,470.00 


1,588.45 


3,610.00 


3,820.00 


11-2321-220 FICA (7.65%) 


27,610.00 


27,085 28 


29,670.00 


31,250.00 


11-2321-231 LONGEVITY 


4,695.00 


4,695 00 


4,695.00 


6,330.00 


11-2321-232 RETIREMENT (8.74%) 


24,570.00 


13,325.58 


30,960.00 


32,300.00 


11-2321-250 WORKERS COMPENSATION 


2,300.00 


2,321.37 


2,300.00 


2,400.00 


11-2321-260 UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATE 


432.00 


432.00 


430.00 


432.00 


11-2321-290 CONFERENCES 


1,200.00 


3,221 41 


1,800 00 


2,800.00 










11-2321-330 [COMPUTER SUPPORT SERVICES 


10,250.00 


12,590.00 


12,580.00 


13,750.00 








11-2321-440 REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE 


4,000.00 


4,000.00 


4,000.00 


3,000.00 










11-2321-520 TREASURER'S BOND 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


11-2321-531 TELEPHONE EXPENSE 


4,000.00 


4,000 00 


4,000.00 


4,000.00 


11-2321-500 MILEAGE 


8,200.00 


3,883.55 


8,660.00 


8,380.00 










11-2321-610 SUPPLIES EXPENSE 


5,500.00 


2,035.42 


5,500.00 


5,000.00 








11-2321-741 EQUIPMENT 


1,000.00 


0.00 


1,000 00 


800 00 












FISCAL SVS TOTALS 


581,502.00 


562,309.31 


620,505.00 


642,082.00 











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SAW 16 BUDGET 


FISCAL YEAR 2008 2009 


ACCT# 


ITEM DESCRIPTION BUDGET ACTUAL BUDGET ADOPTED 12117107 


12/17/2007 


FY 2006-07 FY 2006-07 FY 2007-08 FY 2008-09 














TECHNOLOGY 




















2820- 1 10 TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE SALARI1 


95,395.00 


74,514.00 


101,340.00 


80,410.00 


2820-321 TECHNICAL CONSULTANT 


10,000.00 5,579 05 


9,000.00 


9,000.00 


2820-329 TECHNICAL TRAINING 


8,900.00 16,862.05 


18,250.00 


22,400.00 










2320-531 TELEPHONE 


2,240.00 2,634.45 


1,700.00 


2,700.00 


2320-580 MILEAGE 


10,00000 7,112.52 


11,000 00 


8,600.00 










2820-610 SUPPLIES 


6,455.00 5,928.61 6,200.00 


6,200.00 


2820-611 SHIPPING 


1,500.00 119 82 1,500.00 


1,000.00 


2820-641 BOOKS AND PERIODICALS 


650.00 165.00 : 650.00 ! 650.00 


2820-650 


SOFTWARE 


38,546.00 


34,814.89 27,545.00 29,148.00 
























2820-733 FURNITURE 


0.00 


0.00 


00 


00 


2820-738 REPLACEMENT OF EQUIPMENT 


2,500.00 2,13246 


2,500.00 


2,500 00 


2820-739 EQUIPMENT 


8,965.00 29,272.22 


7,265.00 


7,697.00 




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2900-211 HEALTH INSURANCE 


22,000 00 27,571.17 


22,000.00 


43,820.00 


2900-212 DENTAL INSURANCE 


900.00 61568 900.00 


920 00 


2900-213 jLIFE INSURANCE 


160.0D 


93.32 


160.00 


16D.00 


2900-214 DISABILITY INSURANCE 


490 00 


261.45 


490 00 


450 00 


2900-220 FICA (7.65%) 


7,960 00 6,851.07 


8,140.00 


6,600.00 


2900-221 RETIREMENT (8 74%) 3,280.00 2,738 73 


3,880.00 


6,200 00 


2900-250 WORKERS COMPENSATION 


492.00 0.00 


490 00 


500.00 


2900-260 UNEMPLOYMENT COMP. 


550.00 


579.00 


550 00 


600.00 






















TECHNOLOGY TOTAL 


220,983.00 


217,845.49 


223,560.00 


229,555.00 






















TOTAL - Central Office, Fiscal 


1,979,171.00 


1,942,854.04 


2,083,170.00 2JJ65,970JOO 


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Town Clerk & Tax Collector 

Phyllis Thompson 

Office Hours: M-TH 9:00am-4 :30pm 
T 7:00pm-9:00pm 
F 8:30am-4:00pm 
Sat 9:00am- 12:00pm 

Phone: (603)642-6400x14 

Email: townclerk@brentwoodnh.gov 

Sharon Copeland, Deputy 

Phone: (603)642-6400x13 



Selectmen & Assessing 

Julie Stevens, Administrative Assistant 
Office Hours: M-TH 8:00am-4:00pm 

F 9:00am- 1:00pm 
Phone: (603)642-6400x10 
Email: i stevens@brentwoodnh. gov 



Planning Board 

Kathy St. Hilaire, Administrative Asst. 
Office Hours: M-TH 8:00am-4:30pm 
Phone: (603)642-6400x16 
Email: planningboard@brentwoodnh.gov 
Bruce Stevens, Chair 



Building Inspector 

Gilbert Tuck 

Phone: (603)642-6400x18 

Recreation Department 

Phone: (603)642-6400 x20 

Email: recreation@brentwoodnh.gov 

Road Agent 

Wayne Robinson 
Phone: (603)775-7654 

Brentwood Police Department 

Wayne Robinson, Chief 
Christine Belanger, Admin. Asst. 
Phone: (603)642-6400 x22 
Fax: (603)642-3165 
Email: police@brentwoodnh. gov 
Emergency Phone 911 

Mary E. Bartlett Library 

Marilyn Morehead, Director 

Phone: (603)642-3355 

Fax: (603)642-3383 

Email: bartlettlibrarv@comcast.net 



Town Treasurer 

Jonathan Ellis 

Phone: (603)642-6400x19 

Email: treasurer@brentwoodnh. gov 

Susan Fuller, Deputy 



Welfare 

Sue Benoit, Welfare Director 
Hours by appointment only 
Phone: (603)642-6400x10 



Fire Department 

Kevin Lemoine, Chief 
Business Phone: (603)642-8132 
Emergency Phone 91 1