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Full text of "Annual reports of the Town of Farmington, New Hampshire"

ANNUAL REPORTS 

OF THE 

TOWN OF 

FARMINGTON 




for the fiscal year ending December 31st 

1991 



ANNUAL REPORTS 

OF THE 

RECEIPTS 

AND 

EXPENDITURES 



for the fiscal year ending December 31st 



1991 



TOWN 

of 

FARMINGTON 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 



Ridings Press, Inc. 
Dover, N.H. 



DEDICATION 






SERGEANT WALTER BROWN 



JOHN OAKLEY 



This year's Town Report is jointly dedicated to two men who have serv- 
ed their community with unselfish devotion. 

Sergeant Walter Brown has announced his retirement in 1992. He 
started as a full time Officer, September, 1969, and was promoted to 
Sergeant in 1973. Brownie will be missed by all for his compassion and 
devotion. 



It was with sadness that we note the passing of John Oakley. He had 
served the Town for 38 years maintaining the clock. Climbing the steeple, 
adjusting the mechanism, and repairing the clock were all part of his ef- 
forts. He was active in the community serving on the Board of Selectmen 
1977 - 1981. Planning Board, and Budget Committee. 



INDEX 

Office Hours -Town Hall, Emergency Numbers Back Cover 

Dedication 2 

Town Officers 4 

Town Warrant 6 

Budget - Purposes of Appropriation 11 

Budget - Sources of Revenue 13 

Statement of Appropriations & Taxes Assessed 15 

Summary Inventory of Valuation 17 

Bonded Debt 21 

Independent Auditor's Report 24 

Comparative Statement of Appropriations & Expenditures 25 

Water Department's Report - Financial 27 

Wastewater Department's Report - Financial 29 

Treasurer's Report 30 

Tax Collector's Report - Tax Accounts 37 

Tax Collector's Report - Tax Sale/Tax Lien 38 

Tax Collector's Report - Sewer/Water Accounts 39 

Financial Report 41 

Summary of Receipts 43 

Detail of Payments 47 

Trust Funds Report 60 

Town Clerk's Report 61 

Ranning Board's Report 63 

Report of the Board of Selectmen 64 

Police Department's Report 65 

Highway Department's Annual Report 67 

Zoning Board of Adjustment's Report 68 

Code Enforcement Office's Report 69 

Water Department Report 70 

Wastewater Department Report 71 

Parks & Recreation Department's Report 71 

Goodwin Library's Report 72 

Farmington Public Library Association's Report 73 

Farmington Fire Department Report 74 

Conservation Commission Report 75 

Health Officer/Animal Control Report 76 

Rural District Health Council, Inc.'s Report 77 

Unredeemed Taxes from Tax Lien 78 

Town Meeting Minutes March 1 3, 1 991 85 

Special Town Meeting Minutes 92 



TOWN OFFICERS 

BARBARA SPEAR, CHAIRMAN Term expires 1994 

WILLIS H. BERRY Term expires 1993 

JOHN J. SILVIA Term expires 1992 

TOWN CLERK— TAX COLLECTOR 

KATHY L. VICKERS 

DEPUTY TOWN CLERK— TAX COLLECTOR 

EDNA PARSHLEY 

TREASURER 

JEANETTE GREELEY 



WILLIAM TSIROS 



REPRESENTATIVES 



HENRY SULLIVAN 



BARRY CARR, CHIEF 
LT. PETER COSGROVE 
SGT. WALTER BROWN 
KENNETH BUTTON 



POLICE OFFICERS 

SCOTT ROBERGS 
DANIEL YODER 
DAVID HALL 



TIM BROWN 

MARKMcGOWEN 

MICHAEL MADDOCKS 

RANDY SOBEL 



MODERATOR 

EMMANUEL KRASNER 



SUPERVISORS OF THE CHECKLIST 

JEANNE DAVENHALL Term expires 1996 

LENA GEORGE Term expires 1994 

ANNEHOAGE Term expires 1992 

TRUSTEES OF TRUST FUNDS 

PAUL TURNER Term expires 1994 

WALTER McGUIGAN Term expires 1992 

NARMAN FALL Term expires 1993 

BUDGET COMMITTEE 

WILLIAM TSIROS Term expires 1992 

PHYLLIS KULIGOWSKI Term expires 1992 

DORINDA HOWARD Term expires 1992 

PETER JOHNSON Term expires 1993 

PATTY CONWAY Term expires 1 993 

TOM DAVENHALL Term expires 1993 

DON GORDON Term expires 1 994 

LAWRENCE KELLY Term expires 1 994 

JOHN FICCO Term expires 1994 



MARY BARRON (School Board Rep.) 
JOHN SILVIA, JR. (Selectmen's Rep.) 

PLANNING BOARD 

ELMER BARRON III, Chairman Term expires 1994 

JOHN JOLLES Term expires 1992 

JANE FALL Term expires 1 992 

DONALD MacVANE Term expires 1 993 

RUTH GAGNON Term expires 1 993 

COLLEEN LANZA Term expires 1 994 

GEORGE SANSOUCY (Alternate) EARL SIMONSEN (Alternate) 

BARBARA SPEAR (Selectmen's Rep.) 

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 

WILLIAM TSIROS Term expires 1992 

CAROL WORSTER Term expires 1 993 

MARY JOLLES Term expires 1 993 

COLLEEN LANZA Term expires 1994 

AARVARD WORSTER Term expires 1994 

CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

KURT OLSON Term expires 1 992 

GEORGE QUINN Term expires 1992 

EDMUND DEMERS Term expires 1993 

GERALD McCarthy Term expires 1 993 

RANDY ORVIS, Chairman Term expires 1 994 

TERRY CORNEAU (Alternate) PAT BENOIT (Alternate) 

HEALTH OFFICER 

JOHN FITCH 

DOG OFFICER 

JOHN FITCH 



TOWN WARRANT 

To the inhabitants of the Town of Farmington in the County of Strafford qualified 
to vote in Town affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Town Hall in said Farmington on Tues- 
day, the tenth day of March next (1992) at nine o'clock in the forenoon to cast 
your ballot for Town Officers and for questions required by law to be on the ballot. 
Polls will close no earlier than 7 o'clock in the evening. The remainder of the War- 
rant will be acted upon Wednesday, the eleventh day of March, beginning at 7 
o'clock in the evening. 

ARTICLE 1. To choose one Selectman for three years, one Treasurer for one 
year, one Town Clerk-Tax Collector for three years, three Budget 
Committee members for three years, one Budget Committee 
member for one year, one Moderator for two years, one Super- 
visor of the Check list for six years, one Supervisor of the Check 
List for two years, and one Trustee of the Trust Fund for three 
years. 

ARTICLE 2. Are you in favor of the adoption of the following amendment to 
the Town of Farmington Land Use Ordinance Section 8.1 as pro- 
posed by the Planning Board to read: Setback requirements shall 
be as follows: 1 12 acre zone: front 25 feet, sides and rear 1 5 feet; 
1 acre zone front 40 feet, sides and rear 1 5 feet; and 3 acre zone 
front 50 feet, sides and rear 15 feet (Recommended by the Plan- 
ning Board). 

ARTICLE 3. Shall the Town vote to require that manufactured housing units 
(mobile homes) being converted to storage units or other non- 
living uses be required to meet the BOCA building code stan- 
dards for accessory buildings. (Recommended by the Planning 
Board) 

ARTICLE 4. Are you in favor of amending the first paragraph of Article 9.1 of 
the Land Use Ordinance to read as follows: The Housing and Ur- 
ban Development Standards for the regulation of manufactured 
housing RSA 47:22-a. The Standards shall apply to all manufac- 
tured housing units brought into town after the initial adoption of 
the standards (1984). The Standards shall apply to any manufac- 
tured housing unit moved from one location in town to another 
location in town. The Standards shall not apply to manufactured 
housing units that were placed as dwelling when the Standards 
were first adopted (1 984) and which remain in the same location 
they were in 1984. A HUD label applied to the unit at the time of 
manufacture shall be prima facie evidence that an unaltered unit 
meets the Standards. If there is no HUD label or the unit has 
been altered, the owner must prove that the unit meets the stan- 
dards. (Recommended by the Planning Board). 



ARTICLE 5. Are you in favor of amending the Farmington Land Use 
Ordinance to delete Section 3.8 and replacing it, by adding a new 
section, the Waterfront Protection Overlay Zone as proposed by 
the Planning Board. These regulations would authorize the 
Ranning Board to control certain activities within 250 feet of any 
water body and more strictly limit development within 100 feet of 
water bodies in parts of town not on the municipal waste water 
system and within 50 feet of water bodies in areas serviced by 
the municipal waste water system. A water body is defined as 
ponds over 5 acres and streams that normally run 12 months a 
year. Copies of this proposed amendment are available for 
inspection at the Town Clerk's office, the Code Enforcement 
Office, the Selectmen's Office, and posted in the Town Hall, 
Osgoods, and the Post Office. (Recommended by the Planning 
Board) 

ARTICLE 6. Are you in favor of amending the Farmington Land Use 
Ordinance by adding a new section, the Wetlands Conservation 
Overlay District, as proposed by the Planning Board. These 
regulations would apply to all wetlands within the Town. Three 
classes of wetlands would be designated based upon 
established criteria. They would prohibit some activities and 
regulate other activities that could occur in wetlands and certain 
activities within 100 feet of Class 1 and 50 feet of Class 2 
wetlands, while Class 3 wetlands would not be restricted by this 
regulation. Copies of this proposed amendment are available for 
inspection at the Town Clerk's office, the Selectmen's office, the 
Code Enforcement Office and posted in the Town Hall, 
Osgood's, and the Post Office. (Recommended by the Planning 
Board) 

ARTICLE 7. To see if the Town will vote to establish partisan elections for 
local (town) elective office in the next, upcoming town election, 
(be petition) 

ARTICLE 8. Shall the Town vote to adopt the following: No tenant shall be 
eligible to receive public assistance unless the landlord first 
obtain from the Code Enforcement Officer a certificate of 
compliance with the Farmington Housing Maintenance code 
adopted in 1986 and the N.H. Life Safety Code (NFPA 101). 



ARTICLE 9. To see if the Town will vote to indemnify and hold harmless the 
Selectmen, administrative staff, or agencies for any loss, claims 
or causes of action arising out of or in the course of performance 
of their official duties. 



ARTICLE 10. To authorize the Selectmen to sell to the highest bidder 
municipal vehicles including two fire trucks, one automobile, and 
other equipment as determined by the Selectmen. 

ARTICLE 11. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen 
to apply for, receive, and expend without further action by Town 
Meeting, Federal, and State grants which may become available 
during the course of the year, in accordance with RSA 31:95-b 
and also to accept and expend money from any governmental 
unit or private source without further action by Town Meeting, to 
be used for purposes for which the town may legally appropriate 
money. 

ARTICLE 12. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
$2,476,337 (two million four hundred seventy-six thousand three 
hundred thirty-seven dollars) for the operation, expenses, and 
commitments of the Town Government which represents the 
bottom line of column No. 3 (the Selectmen's budget) in the 
posted budget (MS-7). Said sum is exclusive of special article 13 
and 1 4. (Budget Committee recommends $2,485,029 (two million 
four hundred eighty-five thousand twenty-nine dollars) exclusive 
of articles 13 and 14). 

ARTICLE 13. Due to the fact that the Farmington Fire Department, being a 
part of the Town of Farmington, has had communications pro- 
blems with their radios, we the undersigned (petitioners) feel that 
it puts the firefighters in a dangerous situation, even life threaten- 
ing. We are asking the Town of Farmington voters to raise and 
appropriate the sum of $37,274.00 to purchase VHF High band 
radios, consisting of one repeater, one base station, seven 
mobile radios, eight portable radios, thirty-three pagers. All pur- 
chases will be made only after the Farmington Fire Department 
has been issued (two) VHF high band radio licenses, (by petiion) 
(Not recommended by the Budget Committee) 

ARTICLE 14. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate $667 for the 
Woman's Resource Center, (by petition) (Not recommended by 
the Budget Committee) 



ARTICLE 15. To see if the Town will vote to pay only under protest any and all 
sums mandated by the State in violation of the State Constitution 
which are included in this budget and which the Board of Select- 
men deem expedient to pay pending resolution of their constitu- 
tionality and to refuse to pay those sums mandated by the State 
in violation of the State Constitution which the Board of Select- 
men deem inexpedient to pay. 



ARTICLE 16. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen to borrow 
notes to the credit of the Town such sums of money as may be 
necessary to meet current expenses in anticipation of Taxes. 

ARTICLE 17. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen 
to accept on behalf of the town gifts, legacies, and devises made 
to the town in trust for any public purpose, as permitted by RSA 
31:19. 

ARTICLE 18. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen 
to transfer Tax Liens and convey property acquired by the Town 
by Tax Collector's Deed by Public Auction (or advertised sealed 
bids) or in such other manner as determined by the Selectmen as 
justice may require. 

ARTICLE 19. To see if the Town will vote to discontinue the section of Dick 
Dame Lane which has been replaced by a new road as a result 
of a subdivision as shown on plot No. 40-4 at Strafford County 
Registry of Deeds on land of Paul and Elmer Barron provided no 
damages are sought by landowners. 

ARTICLE 20. To see if the Town will amend the Solid Waste Disposal Regula- 
tions, Section III H Unacceptable Waste to include those items 
voted by the Board of Selectmen, June 4, 1990 as unacceptable 
and conditionally acceptable. Copies of the items are available in 
the Town Clerk's Office and the Selectmen's office. 

ARTICLE 21. To see if the Town will vote that the responsible party for any 
hazardous material incident will be financially responsible for the 
costs of all clean up including costs of all emergency response 
costs. The property owner will be the responsible party unless 
evidence clearly indicates otherwise. 

ARTICLE 22. To see if the Town will vote to reverse action taken at the March 
1 983 Town Meeting and will grant the Selectmen the authority to 
utilize the entire Town Hall for all ages as they deem reasonable. 
The ten year restriction placed upon part of the basement, in ex- 
change for Federal money for renovations to the Senior Citizen 
Center, expires in the fall of 1992. 

ARTICLE 23. To transact such other business as may legally come before this 
meeting. 



We hereby certify that on the fourteenth day of February 1992, we posted an 
attested copy of the within warrant to the place of Meeting within named and a 
like copy at the Farmington Post Office, a public place in said Town. 



Barbara Spear, Chairman 

Willis H. Berry 

John J. Silvia, Jr. 



Then personally appeared the above-named Barbara Spear, Willis H. Berry and 
John J. Silvia, Jr. and made oath that the above certiticate by them is true. 

Kathy L. Vickers 
Town Clerk 



A true copy ot Warrent attest: 



Barbara Spear 

Willis H. Berry 

John J. Silvia, Jr. 



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STATEMENT OF APROPRIATIONS 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT: 

Town Officers' Salaries 33,760 

Town Officers' Expenses 1 57,557 

Election & Registration Expenses 1 ,980 

General Government Buildings 60,977 

Reappraisal of Property 8,000 

Ranning & Zoning 54,91 1 

Legal Expenses 36,000 

PUBLIC SAFETY: 

Police Department 397,1 1 7 

Fire Department 74,1 23 

Civil Defense 25 

HIGHWAYS, STREETS, BRIDGES: 

Town Maintenance 354,1 68 

General Highway Department Expenses 77,800 

Street Lighting 28,1 1 9 

SANITATION: 

Solid Waste Disposal 62,727 

HEALTH: 

Health Dept./Animal Control 34,400 

WELFARE: 

General Assistance 1 6,200 

By Petition 4,544 

CULTURE & RECREATION: 

Library 37,000 

Parks & Recreation 44,1 1 3 

Patriotic Purposes 600 

DEBT SERVICE: 

Princ. Long-Term Bonds & Notes 94,580 

Interest Expense - Long-Term Bonds & Notes 56,441 

Interest Expense - Tax Anticipation Notes 45,000 

Interest Expense - Other Temporary Loans 46,546 

CAPITAL OUTLAY: 

Fire Truck 1 90,000 

Haywood Block 45,000 



15 



OPERATING TRANSFERS OUT: 

Payments toCapital Reserve Funds: 1 0,000 

MISCELLANEOUS: 

Municipal Water Departnnent 611 ,433 

Municipal Sewer Department 164,273 

PICA, Retirement & Pension Contributions 84,829 

Insurance 200,674 

Unemployment Compensation 3,500 

TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS $3,036,397 

OVERLAY $50,607 



16 



TAX RATE SET BY DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE 

State of New Hampshire 

Department of Revenue Administration 

61 South Spring St., P.O. Box 457 

Coneord, NH 03302-0457 

271-3329-3397 

Board of Selectmen 
Town Office 
Farmington, N.H. 

Dear Sirs: 

Your 1991 Tax Rate has been computed and set. The tax rate, its breakdown, 
the amount to be committed to the tax collector, the appropriations due other 
units of government, the amount of overlay, and the assessment used to 
calculate the tax rate are listed below as follows: 

1991 Tax Rate and Commitment 

1991 Tax Rate 40.82 

1 991 Amount of tax to be Committed to Tax Collector 3,755,787 

1991 Tax Rate Breakdown 

Units of Government Tax Rates 

Town/City 1 4.81 

School 21.49 

County 4.52 

Combined Rate (Town/City, County & School) 40.82 

Due Other Units of Government 

Due School District 2,071 ,020 

Due County 429,1 69 

Other Pertinent Information 

1991 Overlay 50,607 

Net Valuation Used in Setting the Tax Rate 93,1 30,498 



Date: 09/23/91 Andrea Reid 

Director 



17 



TAX RATE COMPUTATIONn"AX RATES 

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ADMINISTRATION 
Concord, N.H. 03302-0457 

Net Assessed Valuation $93,1 30,498 

Tax Rate Computation Tax Rates 

Town/City Portion 

Appropriation $3,036,397 

Revenues .1,712,087 

Net Appropriation 1,324,310 

Add: 

Overlay 50,607 

Credits 45,800 

Sub Total 96,407 

1,420,717 
Less: 

Shared Revenue 

Returned to Town 41 ,881 

Approved Town Effort 1 ,378,836 

Municipal Tax Rate 1 4.81 

School Portion 

Net School Assessment 2,071 ,020 

Less: 

Shared Revenues 

Returned to Town 69,205 

Approved Tax Amount 2,001 ,81 5 

Regional School Assessment 

Approved School Effort 2,001 ,81 5 

School Tax Rate 21 .49 

County Portion 

Net County Assessment 429,169 

Less: 

Shared Revenues 

Returned to Town 8,233 

Approved County Amount 420,936 

County Tax Rate .4.52 

Combined Tax Rate 40.82 



18 



Commitment Analysis 

Total Property Taxes Assessed 3,801 ,587 

Less: Credits 45,800 

Property Tax Commitment 3,755,787 



Proof of Rate 

VALUATION TAX RATE ASSESSMENT 

$93,130,498 40.82 3,801,587 



REVISED ESTIMATED REVENUES 
TAXES: 

Resident Taxes 34, 1 80 

National Bank Stock Taxes 2,000 

Yield Taxes 9,000 

Interest & Penalties on Taxes 1 35,000 

Land Use Change Tax 4,000 

INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUES — STATE: 

Shared Revenue - Block Grant 63,471 

Highway Block Grant 79,938 

Railroad Tax 397 

State Aid Water Pollution Projects 1 7,737 

State-Federal Forest Land/Recreation Land/Flood Land 178 

Other Reimbursements 17,120 

LICENSES & PERMITS: 

Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 200,000 

Dog Licenses 3,800 

Business Licenses, Permits & Filing Fees 9,765 

Town Clerk Fees 5,500 

Fines & Forfeits 5,500 

CHARGES FOR SERVICES: 

Income from Departments 9,900 

Rent of Town Property 3,300 

Plowing 9,000 

Police - Outside Services 3,500 

Other Reimbursements 145,270 

Water/Sewer Reimbursements 50,100 



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MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES: 

Sale of Town Property 8,000 

Miscellaneous 2,000 

700 

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES: 

Income from Water & Sewer Departments 775,706 

Withdrawals from Capital Reserve 36,000 

Income from Trust Funds 1 ,850 

Fund Balance 79,1 75 

TOTAL REVENUES & CREDITS $1,712,087 

OVERLAY - $50,607 (REQUIREMENT FOR THE YEAR) 

TAX CREDITS 

Estimated 
Limits No. Tax Credits 

1. Paraplegic, double amputees owning specially 

adapted homesteads with VA assistance. Unlimited Exempt 

2. Totally and permanently disabled veterans, their 
spouses or widows, and the widows of veterans who 

died or were killed on active duty. 700/1,400 5 7,000 

3. Other war service credits 50/100 388 38,800 
TOTAL NUMBER AND AMOUNT 393 $45,800 

LrriLiTY SUMMARY 

PSNH 1 ,000,000 

N.H. Electric 220,000 

ELDERLY EXEMPTION COUNT 

Total number of Individuals granted an Elderly Exemption for Current Year. 

44 at 1 0,000 439,650 

22 at 1 5,000 31 4,500 

28 at 20,000 520,300 

94 1,274,450 

CONSERVATION RESTRICTION ASSESSMENT REPORT 

No. of Acres 

Farm Land 586.16 

Forest Land 5,609.21 

Wild Land 

1 . Unproductive 958.29 

2. Productive 973.72 

3. Natural 791 .84 

Wet Land 256.90 

Total Number of Acres Exempted under Current Use 9,1 76.1 2 



20 



BONDED DEBT 



SEWER BOND — FHA 

Original Amount Issued (December 9, 1974) 



Principal Ma 
Decembe 
Decembe 
Decembe 
Decembe 
Decembe 
Decembe 
Decembe 
Decembe 
Decembe 
Decembe 
Decembe 
Decembe! 
Decembe 
Decembe 
Decembe 
Decembe 
Decembe 
Decembe 
Decembe 
Decembe 
Decembe 
Decembe 
Decembe 
Decembei 
Decembe 
Decembe 
Decembe 
Decembe 
Decembe 



urity Date 
9,1975. . 
1976. , 
1977. . 
1978. . 



$10,000.00 

10,000.00 

10,000.00 

15,000.00 

1979 15,000.00 

1980 20,000.00 

1981 20,000.00 

1982 20,000.00 

1983 20,000.00 

1984 20,000.00 

1985 20,000.00 

1986 30,000.00 

1987 30,000.00 

1988 30,000.00 

1989 30,000.00 

1990 35,000.00 

1991 35,000.00 

1992 35,000.00 

1993 35,000.00 

1994 40,000.00 

1995 40,000.00 

1996 40,000.00 

1997 40,000.00 

1998 45,000.00 

1999 45,000.00 

2000 45,000.00 

2001 50,000.00 

2002 50,000.00 

2003 50,000.00 



Interest Payable December 9 
Maturities Year End - December 9, 2003 



21 







$350,000 at 5% 










WATER BOND 






PRINCIPAL 


INTEREST 


TOTAL 


YEAR 


BALANCE 


$12,000 


$17,500 


$29,500 


1982 


$338,000 


12,000 


16,900 


28,900 


1983 


326,000 


12,000 


16,300 


28,300 


1984 


314,000 


12,000 


15,700 


27,700 


1985 


302,000 


12,000 


15,100 


27,100 


1986 


290,000 


12,000 


14,500 


26,500 


1987 


278,000 


12,000 


13,900 


25,900 


1988 


266,000 


12,000 


13,300 


25,300 


1989 


254,000 


12,000 


12,700 


24,700 


1990 


242,000 


17,000 


12,100 


29,000 


1991 


225,000 


17,000 


11,250 


28,250 


1992 


208,000 


17,000 


10,400 


27,400 


1993 


191,000 


17,000 


9,550 


26,550 


1994 


174,000 


17,000 


8,700 


25,700 


1995 


157,000 


17,000 


7,850 


24,850 


1996 


140,000 


17,000 


7,000 


24,000 


1997 


123,000 


17,000 


6,150 


23,150 


1998 


106,000 


17,000 


5,300 


22,300 


1999 


89,000 


9,000 


4,450 


13,450 


2,000 


80,000 


8,000 


4,000 


12,000 


2001 


72,000 


8,000 


3,600 


1 1 ,600 


2002 


64,000 


8,000 


3,200 


11,200 


2003 


56,000 


8,000 


2,800 


10,800 


2004 


48,000 


8,000 


2,400 


10,400 


2005 


40,000 


8,000 


2,000 


10,000 


2006 


32,000 


8,000 


1,600 


9,600 


2007 


24,000 


8,000 


1,200 


9,200 


2008 


16,000 


8,000 


800 


8,800 


2009 


8,000 


8,000 


400 


8,400 


2010 






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WATER NOTE 





JULY 8 


JANUARY 8 




YEAR 


INTEREST 


PRINCIPAL 


INTEREST 


BALANCE 


1985 


6,300 






$252,000 


1986 


6,000 


12,000 


6,300 


240,000 


1987 


5,750 


10,000 


6,000 


230,000 


1988 


5,500 


10,000 


5,750 


220,000 


1989 


5,250 


10,000 


5,500 


210,000 


1990 


5,000 


10,000 


5,250 


200,000 


1991 


4,750 


10,000 


5,000 


190,000 


1992 


4,500 


10,000 


4,750 


180,000 


1993 


4,250 


10,000 


4,500 


170,000 


1994 


4,000 


10,000 


4,250 


160,000 


1995 


3,750 


10,000 


4,000 


150,000 


1996 


3,500 


10,000 


3,750 


140,000 


1997 


3,250 


10,000 


3,500 


130,000 


1998 


3,000 


10,000 


3,250 


120,000 


1999 


2,750 


10,000 


3,000 


110,000 


2000 


2,500 


10,000 


2,750 


100,000 


2001 


2,250 


10,000 


2,500 


90,000 


2002 


2,000 


10,000 


2,250 


80,000 


2003 


1,750 


10,000 


2,000 


70,000 


2004 


1,500 


10,000 


1,750 


60,000 


2005 


1,250 


10,000 


1,500 


50,000 



TOWN OF FARMINGTON 
NEW HAMPSHIRE 



$1 62,900 Five Year Serial Note 



05/31/88 
11/30/88 
05/31/89 
11/30/89 
05/31/90 
11/30/90 
05/31/91 
11/30/91 
05/31/92 
11/30/92 
05/31/93 



5,090.63 
5,090.63 
4,072.50 
4,072.50 
3,054.38 
3,054.38 
2,036.25 
2,036.25 
1,018.13 
1,018.13 

30,543.78 



32,580.00 

32,580.00 

32,580.00 

32,580.00 

32,580.00 
162,900.00 



6.25% p. a. 

$162,900.00 

130,320.00 

97,740.00 

65,160.00 

32,580.00 





23 



INDEPENDENT AUDITOR'S REPORT ON FINANCIAL PRESENTATION 

To the Town Manager and 

Members of the Board of Selectmen 
Town of Farmington 
Farmington, New Hampshire 

We have audited the accompaning general purpose financial statements and 
the combining and individual fund financial statements of the Town of Farmington 
as of and for the year ended December 31, 1990, as listed in the table of con- 
tents. These financial statements are the responsibility of the Town's manage- 
ment. Our responsibility is to express an opinion on these financial statements 
based on our audit. 

We conducted our audit in accordance with generally accepted auditing stan- 
dards. 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 opi- 
nion. 

As described in Note IB, the general purpose financial statements referred to 
above do not include the General Fixed Asset Account Group, which should be in- 
cluded to conform with generally accepted accounting principles. The amount 
that should be recorded in the General Fixed Asset Account Group is not known. 

In our opinion, except that omission of the General Fixed Asset Account Group 
results in an incomplete presentation, as explained in the above paragraph, the 
general purpose financial statements referred to above present fairly, in all 
material respects, the financial position of the Town of Farmington as of 
December 31, 1990, and the results of its operations (and cash flows of nonex- 
pendable trust funds) for the year then ended, in conformity with generally ac- 
cepted accounting principles. Also, in our opinion, the combining and individual 
fund financial statements referred to above present fairly, in all material respects, 
the financial position of each of the individual funds of the Town as of December 
31, 1990, and the results of operations of such funds for the year then ended, in 
conformity with generally accepted accounting principles. 

February 21 , 1 991 Plodzik & Sanderson 

Professional Association 



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WATER DEPARTMENT 1991 



Balance Forward January 1 , 1 991 $ 2,01 0.57 

Receipts: 

Water Rents 1 83,738.92 

Service Work & Connections 9,699.65 

Interest on Past Due Bills . . .5,156.16 

198,594.73 

Refunds & Recoveries 167.60 

NOW Account Interest 731 .97 

Transfers from Money Market 41 0,000.00 

410,899.57 
Total Available 61 1 ,504.87 

Disbursements: 

Salaries (21 8.31 Employee BC/BS) 63,548.78 

Auditor 1,950.00 

Chemicals 10,285.98 

Petroleum Products 969.88 

Utilities 21,007.10 

Office Supplies 1 ,426.59 

Janitorial Supplies 243.97 

Insurances 1 5,863.67 

Lab 898.00 

Vehicle Maintenance 1 ,383.07 

Plant Maintenance 10,712.95 

Miscellaneous 6,667.95 

Overpayments ref. (499.72 paper abate) 22.58 

Principal & Int. on Bond Issue 48,850.00 

Clean Well #3 2,850.00 

Consultants 2,276.98 

Capital Reserve (Transfers to) 6,828.00 

New Well 1 90,1 27.27 

Repair Precinct Building 585.00 

Mainline Renewal 6,376.47 

1990 Encumbrances 2,496.55 

(Encumbered to 1992 for new 
well 207,872.73) 

395,370.79 

TransferstoMoney Market Account 60,000.00 

Transfer to Capital Res. (Conn fees) . . .2,750.00 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS 



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Cash on Hand January 1, 1992 

NOW ACCOUNT 1 53,384.08 

Money Market Account 1 40,079.23 

Capital Reserve Account 41 ,61 1 .87 

Escrow Water System Account 9,097.1 3 



WATER DEPARTMENT MONEY MARKET ACCOUNT: 

Balance as of January 1 , 1 991 78,608.28 

Deposit f ronn Davidson Settlement 400,000.00 

Deposits from NOW Account 60,000.00 

Transfers to NOW Account -41 0,000.00 

Transfers to Capital Reserve -7,500.00 

Interest Earned in 1 991 . .18,970.95 

Balance 12/31/91 140,079.23 



WATER DEPARTMENT CAPITAL RESERVE ACCOUNT: 

Balance as of January 1 , 1 991 22,791 .04 

Deposits from Connection Fees 10,250.00 

Deposits from NOW Account , 6,828.00 

Interest Earned in 1 991 . . .1,742.83 

Balance 12/31/91 41,611.87 



WATER DEPARTMENT ESCROW SYSTEM ACCOUNT: 

Opened Account 11/91 400.00 

Deposits in 1 991 8,683.20 

Interest Earned in 1 991 1 3.93 

Balance 12/31/91 9,097.13 



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WASTEWATER DEPARTMENT 1991 

Balance ForwardJanuary 1 , 1991 $ 3,196.98 

Receipts: 

Sewer Rents 151,162.63 

Service Work & Connections 224.72 

Interst on Past Due Bills 3,855.59 

155,242.94 

Reimb. Streann Assim. Study 3,386.54 

NOW Account Interest 821 .24 

Transfers from Money Market 46,000.00 

50,207.78 

TOTAL AVAILABLE 208,647.70 

Disbursements: 

Salaries (3.23 Employee BC/BS) 43,271 .46 

Auditor 1,950.00 

Chemicals 6,484.00 

Petroleum Products 2,004.63 

Utilities 28,639.97 

Office Supplies 1 ,280.95 

Janitorial Supplies 246.28 

Insurances 1 2,844.58 

Lab 12,684.75 

Vehicle Maintenance 482.96 

Plant Maintenance 11 ,234.62 

Line Maintenance 467.58 

Miscellaneous 4,023.14 

Overpayments Ref. (92.48 paper abate) 100.10 

Dewatering Belt Press 5,500.00 

Trench Shoring 10,765.00 

Stream Assimilation 6,773.08 

Consultants 548.00 

1990 Encumbrances 440.86 

Transfers to Capital Reserve . . .9,319.00 

159,060.96 

Transfers to Money Market . 30,000.00 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS 1 89,060.96 

Cash on Hand January 1, 1992: 

NOW ACCOUNT 1 9,586.74 

Money Market Account 9,71 6.01 

Capital Reserve Account 53,732.03 



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WASTEWATER DEPARTMENT MONEY MARKET ACCOUNT: 

Balance as of January 1 , 1 991 27,1 54.72 

Deposits from NOW Account 30,000.00 

Transfers to NOW Account -46,000.00 

Transfers to Capital Reserve -3,000.00 

Interest Earned in 1 991 . . .1,561.29 

Balance 12/31/91 9,716.01 

WASTEWATER DEPARTMENT CAPITAL RESERVE ACCOUNT: 

Balance as of January 1 , 1 991 39,078.74 

Deposits f ronn Money Market Acct 3,000.00 

Deposits fronn NOW Account 9,31 9.00 

Interest Earned in 1 991 . .2,334.29 

Balance 1 2/31 /91 53,732.03 



TREASURER'S REPORT 
GENERAL FUND 

BalanceForward January 1,1991 $108,834 02 

Received from Town Clerk: 

Boat Fees 2,403.40 

Motor Vehicle 246,078.00 

Titles 1,730.00 

U.C.C 2,379.50 

Bad Check Fines 1 3.00 

Certified Copies 342.00 

Certified Copies - State Fees 1 86.00 

Dog Fines 925.00 

Dog Licenses 2,951 .50 

Marriage Licences 21 7.00 

Various Licenses 550.00 

Deposits on Construction Plans 235.00 

Donations - Police Department 1 00.00 

Water/Sewer Payroll Reimbursement -FICA 13,395.39 

Water/Sewer Payroll Reimbursement -FED 16,699.43 

Water/Sewer Payroll Reimbursement -Lonestar . . 748.18 
Water/Sewer Payroll Reimbursement -Medicare . .2,705.81 

Water/Sewer Payroll Reimbursement -Net 79,037.78 

Reimbursements -Fire Department 117.80 

Reimbursements - Gas 1 ,369.07 

Reimbursements -Highway Department 4,965.17 

Reimbursements -Other Insurance 2,022.25 

Reimbursements -Police Department 3,737.62 

Reimbursements -Recreation Department 1,200.00 



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Reimbursements -Sewer Department 2,353.34 

Reimbursements -Welfare Department 239.25 

Reimbursements -Workers' Compensation 7,639.02 

Reimbursements -Water Department 2,132.40 

Reimbursements- Water Loan 48,850.00 

Energy Grant Money 2,900.00 

Federal Forest 1 78.48 

Highway Subsidy 77,396.27 

Recycling Grant Money 9,650.00 

Reimbursements -State Gas 436.00 

Railroad Tax 396.75 

Shared Revenue 1 82,790.1 3 

State Aid - Water Pollution 1 7,737.00 

Court Fines 2,1 37.80 

Capital Reserve Transfers 38,015.09 

Current Use Application Fees 50.00 

Election Filings 8.00 

Escrow -Sidewalk Account 2,883.25 

Impact Fees 2,000.00 

Landfill Charges 1 ,456.00 

Miscellaneous 6,034.29 

Planning Board 4,572.25 

Photo Copies 300.70 

Private Donations -Town 2,402.68 

Police -Outside Services 3,164.50 

Police Reports 760.00 

Parking Tickets 446.50 

Reimbursement - American National 7,11 9.60 

Rent of Town Property 4,477.92 

Sale of Town Property 4.00 

Trust Funds 1 ,538.40 

Zoning Board of Adjustment 780.08 

Building Permits 6,464.68 

Pistol Permits 41 6.00 

Septage Permits 2,1 30.00 

Dog Licenses to State 280.00 

Marriage Licenses to State 1 ,023.00 

TOTAL RECEIVED FROM TOWN CLERK 825,281 28 

Received from Tax Collector: 

1987 Tax Lien 1,518.41 

1987 Tax Lien Interest 851.19 

1 987 Tax Lien Penalty 88.00 

1988 Tax Lien 49,528.87 

1 988 Tax Lien Interest 1 7,201 .29 

1988 Tax Lien Penalty 1 ,51 1 .00 



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1 989 Tax Lien 1 57,620.61 

1989 Tax Lien Interest 28,254.01 

1 989 Tax Lien Penalty 2,825.00 

1990 Current Use Change Taxes 6,505.00 

1 990 Current Use Interest 383.35 

1990 Current Use Penalty 48.50 

1990A Property Taxes 327,682.29 

1990A Property Interest 33,826.24 

1 990A Property Tax Penalty 8,677.50 

1990B Property Taxes 549,315.60 

1 990B Property Tax Interest 27,266.57 

1990B Property Tax Penalty 2,883.00 

1 990 Resident Tax Costs 31 6.00 

1990 Resident Taxes 3,860.00 

1 990 Resident Tax Penalty 386.00 

1990A Sewer Rents Costs 525.50 

1 990B Sewer Rents Costs 220.50 

1990 Tax Lien 163,909.15 

1 990 Tax Lien Interest 6,551 .88 

1990 Tax Lien Penalty 3,063.00 

1 990A Water Rents Costs 11 5.50 

1990B Water Rents Costs 35.50 

1 990 Yield Taxes 6,577.46 

1990 Yield Tax Interest 616.55 

1 990 Yeild Tax Penalty 43.50 

1991 A Property Tax 1,632,561.61 

1991 A Property Tax Interest 7,051.15 

1991 B Property Tax 1 ,338,81 0.28 

1 991 B Property Tax Interest 503.30 

1991 Resident Tax 24,700.00 

1 991 Resident Tax Penalty 98.00 

1991 Land Use Change Tax 1 ,920.00 

1 991 Land Use Change Tax Interest 1 6.00 

1991 A Yield Tax 861.67 

1 991 A Yield Tax Interest 4.52 

1991 B Yield Tax 1 ,256.04 

National Bank Stock Taxes 2,000.00 

1981 Tax Sales 474.53 

1 985 Tax Sales 49.49 

1986 Tax Sales 456.83 

Tax Sale Interest . . .1,990.33 

TOTAL RECEIVED FROM TAX COLLECTOR 4,414,960 72 

Miscellaneous: 

NOW Account Interest 6,305.1 7 

Transfers from Money Market 867,000.00 



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Tax Anticipation Notes 1 .900,000.00 

CD & Savings -Sale of Truck 1,783.70 

Escrow Payment Road Account 4,527.89 

Escrow . .1,960.38 

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS 2,781,577 14 



Total Receipts & Beginning Balance 8,130,653.16 

Plus Voided Checks 1 5,957.52 

Less orders paid per Selectmen 7,285,933.58 

Less Transfers to Money Market .800,000.00 

Balance December 31, 1991 60,677.10 

Money Market Account: 

Balance January 1 , 1 991 11 4,594.44 

Deposits 932,354.31 

Interest Earned 4,588.40 

Less Withdrawals 867,000.00 

Balance December 31 , 1 991 1 84,537.1 5 

Skating Rink Improvement Account: 

Balance January 1 , 1 991 79.35 

Interest Earned 3.41 

Less withdrawal to CD . .30.83 

Balance December 31 , 1 991 51 .93 

Truck Sale Account: 

Balance January 1 , 1 991 87.08 

Interest Earned 1 .61 

Less withdrawal to CD . .88.69 

Balance December 31 , 1 991 00.00 

William Willey/Gravel Road Account: 

Balance January 1 , 1 991 3,21 7.27 

Interest Earned .179.38 

Balance December 31 , 1 991 3,396.65 

Road Project Account: 

Balance January 1 , 1 991 5,027.89 

Interest Earned 221 .99 

Withdrawal 4,527.89 

Balance December 31 , 1 991 721 .99 



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Conservation Commission Land Acquisition Account: 

Balance January 1 , 1 991 248.45 

Interest Earned 7.08 

Withdrawal (to CD) 203.07 

Balance December 31 , 1991 52.46 

Escrow Sidewalk Account: 

Balance January 1 , 1 991 0.00 

Deposits 2,883.25 

Interest Earned 48.96 

Withdrawal 1 ,960.38 

Balance December 31 , 1 991 971 ,83 

Certificates of Deposits Accounts: 

1 Year Skating Rink Fund 1 ,272.83 

1 Year Conservation Commission 10,987.07 

TOTAL CD's 1 2,259.90 



TREASURER'S REPORT 
WATER DEPARTIVIENT 

Balance Forward January 1,1991 2,010 57 

Received from Tax Collector: 

1 990A Water Rents 20,329.82 

1990A Water Rents Interest 2,497.44 

1 990B Water Rents 36,464.97 

1990B Water Rents Interest 2,132.56 

1 991 A Water Rents 61 ,957.78 

1991 A Water Rents Interest 330.90 

1 991 B Water Rents 64,442.73 

1991 B Water Rents Interest 87.72 

Water Connection Fees 4,000.00 

Water Final Billings 543.62 

Water Services 5,699.65 

Water Services Interest 107.54 

Reimbursements to Water Department 167.60 

TOTAL RECEIVED FROM TAX COLLECTOR 1 98,762 33 

Miscellaneous: 

NOW Account Interest 731 .97 

Transfers from Money Market .410,000.00 

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS RECEIPTS 410.731.97 



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Total Receipts & Beginning Balance 611 ,504.87 

Less Orders Paid Per Selectmen 395,370.79 

Less Transfers to Capital Reserves 2,750.00 

Less Transfers to Money Market 60,000.00 

Balance December 31, 1991 1 53,384 08 

Money Market Account: 

Balance January 1 , 1 991 78.608.28 

Deposits 460,000.00 

Interest Earned 18,970.95 

Less Withdrawals .417,500.00 

Balance December 31 , 1 991 1 40,079.23 

Water Capital Reserve Savings Account: 

Balance January 1 , 1 991 22,791 .04 

Deposits 17,078.00 

Interest Earned . . .1,742.83 

Balance December 31 , 1 991 41 ,61 1 .87 

Escrow Water System 

Balance January 1 , 1 991 0.00 

Deposits 9,083.20 

Interest Earned 13.93 

Balance December 1991 9,097.13 



TREASURER'S REPORT 
WASTEWATER DEPARTMENT 

Balance ForwardJanuary 1,1991 3,196.98 

Received from Tax Collector: 

1 990A Sewer Rents 1 7,677.57 

1990A Sewer Rents Interest 2,145.59 

1 990B Sewer Rents 23,640.25 

1990B Sewer Rents Interest 1 ,331 .39 

1991 A Sewer Rents 59,191.63 

1991 A Sewer Rents Interest 296.94 

1 991 B Sewer Rents 50,21 3.03 

1991 B Sewer Rents Interest 81 .67 

Sewer Final Billings 440.15 

Reimbursements to Sewer Department 3,386.54 

Sewer Services 224.72 

TOTAL RECEIVED FROM TAX COLLECTOR 1 58,629 48 



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Miscellaneous: 

NOW Account Interest 821 .24 

Transfer from Money Market . .46,000.00 

Total Miscellaneous Receipts 46,821 .24 

Total Receipts & Beginning Balance 208,647.70 

Plus Voided Checks 274.51 

Less Orders Paid by Selectmen 1 59,335.47 

Less Transfers to Money Market . .30,000.00 

Balance December 31, 1991 1 9,586.74 

Money Market Account: 

Balance January 1 , 1 991 27,1 54.72 

Deposits 30,000.00 

Interest Earned 1 ,561 .29 

Less Withdrawals .49,000.00 

Balance December 31 , 1 991 9,71 6.01 

Wastewater Capital Reserve Savings Account: 

Balance January 1 , 1991 39,078.74 

Deposits 1 2,31 9.00 

Interest Earned 2,334.29 

Balance December 31 , 1 991 53,732.03 



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TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT 

SUMMARY OF TAX ACCOUNTS 

Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1991 

-DR.— 
Levies of 

1991 1990 Prior 

Uncollected Taxes 
Beginning of Fiscal Year: 

Property Taxes 877,705.89 49.77 

Resident Taxes 1 1 ,660.00 

Land Use Change Taxes 6,505.00 

Yield Taxes 7,396.21 

Taxes Committed to Collector: 



Property Taxes 


3,756,248.00 


Resident Taxes 


34,180.00 


National Bank Stock Taxes 


2,000.00 


Land Use Change Tax 


1,920.00 


Yield Taxes 


2,783.04 


Added Taxes: 




Property Taxes 


2,543.00 


Resident Taxes 


1 ,800.00 


Overpayments: 




a/c Property Taxes 


29.00 


a/c Interest 


50.54 



380.00 



63.21 

Interest Collected on: 

Delinquent Taxes 7,524.43 74,895.00 

Penalties Collected on: 

Resident Taxes 98.00 386.00 

TOTAL DEBITS $3,809,176.01 $978,991.31 49.77 

— CR— 

Remitted to Treasurer 
During Fiscal Year: 

Property Taxes 2,971 ,371 .89 876,997.89 

Resident Taxes 24,700.00 3,860.00 

National Bank Stock Tax 2,000.00 



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1 ,920.00 


6,505.00 


2,117.71 


6,577.46 


7,574.97 


74,958.21 


98.00 


386.00 


8,113.18 


708.00 




7,940.00 




818.75 



Remitted to Treasurer cont. 

Land Use Change Tax 
Yield Taxes 
Interest on Taxes 
Penalties on Resident Tax 

Abatements Allowed: 

Property Taxes 
Resident Taxes 
Yield Taxes 

Uncollected Taxes 
End of Fiscal Year: 

Property Taxes 779,334.93 49.77 

Resident Taxes 11,280.00 240.00 

Yield Taxes 665.33 

TOTAL CREDITS 3,809,176.01 978,991.31 49.77 



SUMMARY OF TAX SALE/TAX LIEN ACCOUNTS 
Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1991 

— DR.— 

Tax Sale/Lien on Account of Levies of 

1990 1989 Prior 

Balance of Unredeemed Taxes 



Beginning of Fiscal Year: 




281,405.41 


65,498.00 


Taxes Sold/Executed to Town 








During Fiscal Year: 


514,480.32 






Interest Collected After 








Sale/Lien Execution: 


6,551.88 


28,254.01 


20,042.81 


Redemption Costs: 


3,063.00 


2,825.00 


1,599.00 


TOTAL DEBITS 


524,095.20 
-CR.- 


312,484.42 


87,139.81 


Remittance to Treasurer 








During Fiscal Year: 








Redemptions 


163,909.15 


157,620.61 


52,028.13 


Interest & Costs 








After Sale 


9.614.88 


31,079.01 


21,641.81 



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Abatements During Year: 60.35 260 16 202 22 

Deeded to Town During Year 1 ,731 .12 

Unredeemed Taxes End of Year: 350,510.82 123,524.64 1 1,536.53 

TOTAL CREDITS 524,095.20 312,484.42 87,139.81 



TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT 

SUMIVIARY OF SEWER/WATER ACCOUNTS 

Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1991 



— DR.- 

Uncollected Taxes 
Beginning of Fiscal Year: 

Water Rents 57,151.00 

Sewer Rents 41 ,377.82 

Water Services 11 ,582.03 

Sewer Services 695.00 

Water Connection Fees 74,000.00 

Sewer Connection Fees 246,500.00 

Taxes Committed to Collector: 

Water Rents 1 82,705.21 

Sewer Rents 162,185.10 

Water Services 4,735.48 

Sewer Services 664.72 

Water Connection Fees 1 ,000.00 

Added Taxes: 

Water Rents 227.75 

Water Finals 971 .70 

Sewer Finals 965.81 

Overpayments: 

a/c Water Rents 00 

a/c Sewer Rents 00 

Interest Collected: 

Water Rents/Services 5,156.16 

Sewer Rents/Services 3,855.59 

TOTAL DEBITS 793,773.37 



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-CR.- 

Remitted to Treasurer 
During Fiscal Year: 

Water Rents 183,195.30 

Sewer Rents 1 50,722.48 

Water Services 5,699.65 

Sewer Services 224.72 

Water Connection Fees 4,000.00 

Sewer Connection Fees 00.00 

Water Interest 5,156.16 

Sewer Interest 3,855.59 

Water Finals 543.62 

Sewer Finals 440.1 5 

Abatements Allowed: 

Water Rents 499.72 

Sewer Rents 92.48 

Uncollected Taxes 
End of Fiscal Year: 

Water Rents 56,388.94 

Sewer Rents 52,747.96 

Water Services 1 0,61 7.86 

Sewer Services 1,1 35.00 

Water Connection Fees 71 ,000.00 

Sewer Connection Fees 246,500.00 

Water Finals 428.08 

Sewer Finals 525.66 

TOTAL CREDITS 793,773.37 



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FINANCIAL REPORT 

ASSETS: 

Cash $ 60,677.1 

Petty Cash/Tax Collector's Office 225.00 

S/A Skating Rink Fund 51 .93 

Investment Funds 1 ,272.83 

Cash/Money Market Account 1 84,537.1 5 

Cash Payroll Account 25.00 

Escrow Account/Midway 721 .99 

Escrow Sidewalks 971 .83 

Willey Gravel Pit & Road Money 3,396.65 

1991 Resident Tax 11 ,280.00 

1 990 Resident Tax 240.00 

1986 Property Tax 49.77 

1 991 Property Tax - June 31 6,364.39 

1991 Property Tax - December 462,970.54 

Yield Tax 665.33 

1987 Tax Lien 2,01 3.66 

1988 Tax Lien 5,713.81 

1989 Tax Lien 123,524.64 

1990 Tax Lien 350,510.82 

Taxes Bought by the Town, Not Redeemed: 

1 986 Taxes Bought by Town not Redeemed 1 ,426.96 

1 985 Taxes Bought by Town not Redeemed 337.25 

1 984 Taxes Bought by Town not Redeemed 462.23 

1 983 Taxes Bought by Town not Redeemed 323.57 

1 982 Taxes Bought by Town not Redeemed 325.68 

1 981 Taxes Bought by Town not Redeemed 296.51 

1 980 Taxes Bought by Town not Redeemed 254.80 

1 979 Taxes Bought by Town not Redeemed 1 96.27 

1 978 Taxes Bought by Town not Redeemed 1 85.79 

Intergovernmental A/R . .23,560.08 

1,552,581.58 

LIABILITIES: 

S.A.U. 61 970,1 39.00 

Tax Anticipation Note 300,000.00 

Employees Deductions 1 ,334.50 

Escrow Accounts 5,090.47 

Deposit on Construction Plans 1 85.00 

State of New Hampshire 1 57.50 

Deferred Revenue Impact Fees 14,000.00 

Donations to Departments 200.00 

1 991 Encumbered Funds 6,550.00 

1,297,656.47 



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ASSETS 1 ,552,581 .58 

LIABILITIES .1,297,656.47 

NET SURPLUS $ 254,925.1 1 

CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

Conservation Commission Cash $ 52.46 

Investments 10,987.07 

ASSETS $11 ,039.53 



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SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS 

Cash on Hand January 1 , 1 991 1 08,834.02 

From Local Taxes 3,896,049.95 

From Tax Sales Redeemed 980.85 

Tax Liens 372,577.04 

Interest & Penalties 145,352.88 

State of New Hampshire 299,1 23.65 

Income from Trust Funds 1 ,538.40 

All Licenses & Permits 9,560.68 

Town Clerl< Fees 5,948.50 

Motor Vehicle Permits 246,078.00 

Boat Fees 2,403.40 

Dog Licenses 3,231 .50 

Dog Fines 925.00 

Municipal Court 2,584.30 

Rent of Town Property 4,477.92 

Interest on Deposits 1 0,893.57 

Temporary Notes 1 ,900,000.00 

Money Mar[<et Account 867,000.00 

Water Loan 48,850.00 

Planning Board 4,572.25 

Zoning Board of Adjustment 780.08 

Sale of Town Property 4.00 

Police Reports 760.00 

Refunds & Recoveries 6,426.79 

Impact Fees 2,000.00 

Landfill Charges 1 ,465.00 

Reimb. School & Ambulance 1 ,369.07 

Payments Police Outside Services 3,1 64.50 

Reimb. Rec. Dept. Workers CAPP 1 ,200.00 

Water/Sewer Misc. Reimb 4,485.74 

Water/Sewer Payroll Reimb 11 2,586.59 

Capitol Reserve Transfer to Spend 38,01 5.09 

Qoseout Sale of Truck Savings Account 1 ,783.70 

Closeout 457 Plan 7,1 1 9.60 

Davidson Rubber Settlement 1 32,354.31 

Escrow Sidewalk Account 2,883.25 

Donation Fire Dept. Training Fund 100.00 

Donation Police Dept 100.00 

Deposits on Sidewalk Construction Plans 235.00 

Midway Escrow Account 4,527.89 

Reimb. Insurance 2,022.25 

Reimb. Departments 8,959.84 

Private Donations . 2,402.68 

8,265,727.29 

RECEIPTS DETAILS 

Cash on Hand January 1, 1991 108,834.02 

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FROM LOCAL TAXES 

1991 Resident Taxes 24,700.00 

1 990 Resident Taxes 3,860.00 

Meld Taxes 8,695.1 7 

Current Use 8,425.00 

Tax Collection 1 991 2,971 ,371 .89 

Tax Collection 1 990 876,997.89 

National Bank Stock 2.000.00 

3,896,049.95 

FROM TAX SALES REDEEMED 

Levy of 1 981 474.53 

Levy of 1 985 49.49 

Levy of 1 986 456.83 

980.85 

FROM TAX LIENS 

1987 Tax Lien 1 ,51 8.41 

1 988 Tax Lien 49,528.87 

1989 Tax Lien 1 57,620.61 

1 990 Tax Lien 163,909.15 

372,577.04 
Interest Received & Resident Tax Penalties 1 45,352.88 

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Highway Subsidy 77,396.27 

Shared Revenue 1 82,790.1 3 

State Aid Water Pollution 1 7,737.00 

Forest Lands 1 78.48 

Railroad Tax 396.75 

State Police Gas A/R 91 $1 38.00 436.00 

Energy Grant A/R 1 991 2,900.00 

Reimb. Workman's Comp 7,639.02 

Recyling Grant Money A/R 91 9,650.00 

299,123.65 
INCOME FROM TRUST FUNDS 

Trustee Trust Funds (Town Poor) 1 ,538.40 



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ALL LICENSES AND PERMITS 

Building Permits 6,464.68 

Septage Permits 2,1 30.00 

Rstol Permits 41 6.00 

Licenses, Junk Yard, Food, etc 550.00 

9,560.68 

TOWN CLERK FEES 

^tles 1,730.00 

Marriage Licenses (Town) 21 7.00 

Marriage Licenses (State) 1 ,023.00 

UCC 2,379.50 

Certified Copies (Town) 342.00 

Certified Copies (State) 1 86.00 

Bad Checl< Fines 1 3.00 

Filing Fees (Current Use & Election) 58.00 

5,948.50 

MOTOR VEHICLE PERMITS 

Kathy L. Vickers, Clerk 246,078.00 

BOAT FEES 

Kathy L. Vickers, Clerk 2,403.40 

DOG LICENSES 

Kathy L. Vickers, Clerk Town 2,951 .50 

State Fees 280.00 

DOG FINES 

Kathy L. Vickers, Clerk 925.00 

MUNICIPAL COURT 

Court Fines & Parking Tickets 2,584.30 

RENT OF TOWN PROPERTY 

Court Room Rental & Alton Shoe Parking Lot 4,477.92 

INTEREST 

N.O.W. Account & Money Market 10,893.57 



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TEMPORARY NOTES 

Farmington National & Savings Bank $1 ,900,000.00 

MONEY MARKET 

Transfer from Money Market Account 867,000.00 

WATER LOAN 

Water Department 48,850.00 

PLANNING BOARD 

Panning Board 4,572.25 

ZBA 

ZBA 780.08 

SALE OF TOWN PROPERTY 

Land 4.00 

POLICE REPORTS 

Accident Reports 760.00 

REFUNDS & RECOVERIES 

From All Sources 6,426.79 

Impact Fees from Developers 2,000.00 

Landfill Charges 1 ,465.00 

Reimb. Gas School & Ambulance (A/R 91 $1 85.95) 1 ,369.07 

Payments Police Outside Services 3,164.50 

Reimb. Rec. Dept. Worker CAPP (A/R 91 ) 1 ,200.00 

Water/Sewer Misc. Reimb 4,485.74 

Water/Sewer Payroll Reimb 11 2,586.59 

Capitol Reserve Transfer to Spend 38,01 5.09 

Closeout Sale of Truck Savings Account 1 ,783.70 

Qoseout Employees Savings Plan 7,11 9.60 

Davidson Rubber Settlement 1 32,354.31 

Escrow Sidewalk Account 2,883.25 

Fire Department Training Fund 1 00.00 

Police Department Dedicated Donation 100.00 

Deposit on Sidewalk Construction Plans 235.00 

Midway Escrow 4,527.89 

Reimb. Insurance 2,022.25 

Reimb. Departments 8,959.84 

Private Donations 2,402.68 



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DETAIL OF PAYMENTS 

Town Officers' Salaries 34,194,54 

Town Officers' Expenses 158,289.53 

Insurance Expenses 1 77,820.74 

Election & Registration 1 ,344.89 

Town Hall Expenses 38,71 1 .79 

Health/Animal Control 8,323.52 

Debt Service 226,526.69 

Police Department 362,559.03 

Fire Department 85,228.02 

Planning Board & Zoning Board of Adjustment 48,589.85 

Landfill Expenses 59,368.51 

Highways- Winter & Summer 209,980.47 

Highways - General Expenses 72,055.79 

PICA -Town's Contribution 31,338.28 

Police Retirement/Medicare 26,342.06 

Police Outside Services 3,661 .30 

Appraisals 3,890.00 

Industrial Search 292.24 

Street Lighting 29,642.13 

Legal/Enforcement Expense 24,663.92 

Rural District Health 24,003.00 

Strafford County CAPP 1 ,500.00 

Strafford Dispatch 11 ,241 .63 

Libraries 37,000.00 

Town Poor 1 3,243.34 

Memorial Day 600.00 

Parks & Recreation 42,423.56 

Town Clock 525.00 

River Maintenance 3,500.00 

Removal of Trees 1 ,500.00 

Police Cruiser 1 4,423.00 

Special Highway Subsidy 74,768.96 

Capital Reserve/Landfill 5,000.00 

Capital Reserve/Reevaluation 5,000.00 

Consultant/Engineers 3,386.54 

Hayward Block 44,658.00 

Personnel Liabilities 16,324.07 

Christmas Lights 1 ,000.00 

Town Hall Renovations 8,218.49 

Sidewalks - Downtown 5,000.00 

Recycling Building 1 ,500.00 

New Fire Truck 1 90,000.00 

Rebuild/Repair/Repave Roads 31 ,000.00 

Temporary Loans 2,000,000.00 

Money Market Account 800,000.00 



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S.A.U. 61 2,009,849.00 

Town Clerk Fees to State 1 ,275.00 

Dog Licenses 1 92.00 

1990 Taxes Bought by the Town 51 4,480.32 

County Tax 429,1 69.00 

Energy Improvements to Buildings 10,410.00 

Civil Defense 00 

Women's Resource Center 544.00 

W/S Payroll 11 2,586.59 

Revenue Payments 1 73.75 

Overlay 24,837.71 

1990 Encumbered Highway 8,700.00 

1990 Encumbered Recycling 19,300.00 

American National Closeout 7,1 1 9.60 

Return of Deposit (Contractor Plans) 50.00 

Midway Escrow Account 4,527.89 

Sdewalks Escrow Account 1 ,960.38 

Private Donations 2,402.68 

$8,086,216.81 

TOWN OFFICERS' SALARIES 

Town Officers 34, 1 94.54 

Appropriation 33,760.00 

Expenditures 34,1 94.54 

Overdraft 434.54 

TOWN OFFICERS' EXPENSES 

Personnel 1 10,980.36 

Auditors 8,1 00.00 

Telephone 4,1 39.04 

Dues 3,714.23 

Postage 4,472.28 

Office Supplies 3,048.96 

Register of Deeds 4,820.29 

Printing 3,430.60 

Mileage 724.41 

Advertising 61 9.48 

Tax Map Update 1 ,000.00 

Office Equipment 3,262.20 

RSA's 718.26 

Training 440.52 

Maintenance Agreements 6,243.90 

Rebind/Restore Old Records 2,575.00 

158,289.53 

Appropriation 157,557.00 

Expenditures 1 58,289.53 

Overdraft 732.53 



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INSURANCE EXPENSES 

Health/Medical 81,315.10 

Disability/Life Insurance 9,805.18 

Vehicles 25,034.10 

Liability/Officers & Others 9,957.00 

Property & Liability 21 ,597.90 

Workmen's Compensation 26,797.63 

Unemployment Compensation 2,442.83 

Bonds 871.00 

177,820.74 

Appropriation 204,174.00 

Expenditures .177,820.74 

Unexpended 26,353.26 

ELECTION AND REGISTRATION 

Election Personnel 1 ,023.50 

Printing Ballots & Forms 1 55.41 

Meals 130.98 

Computer Materials 35.00 

1,344.89 

Appropriation 1 ,980.00 

Expenditures . . 1,344.89 

Unexpended 635.1 1 

TOWN HALL EXPENSES 

Fuel Oil 8,91 0.86 

Electricity 5,993.56 

Janitor 16,418.47 

Supplies 2,274.74 

Repairs 1,981.72 

Sewer & Water 232.44 

State Energy Audit . . 2,900.00 

38,711.79 

Appropriation 35,300.00 

Expenditures . .38,711.79 

Overdraft 3,411.79 

HEALTH/ANIMAL CONTROL 

Personnel 6,700.00 

Supplies/Training 503.52 



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Sheltering Animals . . .1,120.00 

8,323.52 

Appropriation 1 0,400.00 

Expenditures 8,323.52 

Unexpended 2,076.48 

DEBT SERVICE 

Principal 94,580.00 

Interest 54,440.63 

Lease Purchases 46,545.34 

Tax Anticipation Note Interest . .30,960.72 

226,526.69 

Appropriation 242,567.00 

Expenditures 226,526.69 

Unexpended 16,040.31 

POLICE DEPARTMENT 

Police Personnel 306,231 .49 

Police Overtime 1 2,331 .30 

Telephone 8,434.28 

Uniforms 2,91 6.93 

Radio Maintenance 1 ,1 98.91 

Office Supplies 2,006.92 

Police Supplies 3,532.52 

Tires 1,821.09 

Police Training 5,484.97 

Gas 9,482.28 

Cruiser Maintenance 5,438.22 

Juvenile Investigations 71 2.99 

New Equipment . 2,967.13 

362,559.03 

Appropriation 367,375.00 

Expenditures 362,559.03 

Unexpended 4,81 5.97 

FIRE DEPARTMENT 

Rre Department Payments Firefighters 20,696.97 

Chief - Clothing 600.00 

Deputy Chief (2) - Clothing 1 ,200.00 

Mileage 1 77.47 

Forest Fire Protection 00 



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Training 1 ,769.69 

Telephone 4,209.28 

Office Supplies 305.21 

Electric/Building 3,698.59 

Fuel Oil/Building 5,099.98 

Water 52.00 

Sewer 80.00 

Maintenance Supplies 51 6.48 

Truck Expense 7,769.51 

Equipment Expense 15,662.60 

New Equipment 1 7,265.60 

Chemicals 41 9.65 

Repairs Air Pacs 379.09 

Alarm System 21 8.40 

Radio Repairs 3,009.75 

Rre Prevention 1 ,385.00 

Paging Units 00 

Physicals 712.75 

85,228.02 

Appropriation 74,1 23.00 

Expenditures . .85,228.02 

Overdraft 11,105.02 

PLANNING BOARD & ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 

Personnel 44,022.01 

Postage 589.80 

Ranning Consultants 00 

Strafford Regional Planning Commission 00 

Printing & Advertising 567.98 

Mileage 741 .31 

Telephone 649.47 

BOCA Dues 1 80.00 

Supplies 1 ,839.28 

Enforcement Funds 00 

48,589.85 

Appropriation 54,91 1 .00 

Expenditures . .48,589.85 

Unexpended 6,321 .1 5 

LANDFILL EXPENSES 

Labor 35,528.62 

Fuel 5,651.76 

Oil & Lubricant 228.30 



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Lights 162.07 

Tires 1,300.00 

Repairs & Parts 7,546.09 

Stickers 530.13 

Pest Control 200.00 

Metal Removal 00 

Tire Removal 2,250.00 

Regional Solid Waste Agreement 1 ,81 7.00 

Recycling 4, 1 54.54 

59,368.51 

Appropriation 61 ,227.00 

Expenditures 59,368.51 

Unexpended 1 ,858.49 

HIGHWAYS - WINTER & SUMMER 

Highway Personnel 1 50,227.05 

Salt 19,373.98 

Hot Top 5,914.72 

Cleaning Catch Basins 5,000.00 

Culverts/Catch Basins 5,1 31 .22 

Contract/Sweeping 5,600.00 

Bridge Repair 98.82 

Sifter 1,800.00 

Gravel 9,996.00 

Mower Rental 2,050.00 

Uniforms 1 ,41 8.68 

Building Repair (Encumber $2,850 to 1 992) 3,1 80.00 

Dues & Training 1 90.00 

209,980.47 

Appropriation 222,772.00 

Expenditures 209,980.47 

Unexpended 1 2,791 .53 

HIGHWAY GENERAL EXPENSES 

Gasoline 2,500.16 

Diesel Fuel 1 4,91 7.70 

Engine Oil 999.20 

Lights/Building 2,259.06 

Telephone 61 3.72 

Water 52.00 

Radio Repairs 456.00 

Tires 1,796.00 

Rubbish Removal 3,328.24 

Cleaning Supplies 565.52 



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Mileage 172.69 

Repairs & Parts 36,484.05 

Repaint Trucks 1 ,01 7.67 

Cutting Edges 3,496.23 

Traffic Signs 1 ,31 6.55 

New Equipment 775.00 

Painting Lines 1,306.00 

72,055.79 

Appropriation 77,800.00 

Expenditures . .72,055.79 

Unexpended 5,744.21 

F.I.C.A. TOWN'S CONTRIBUTION 

FNS 31 ,338.28 

Appropriation 39,766.00 

Expenditures . .31,338.28 

Unexpended 8,427.72 

POLICE RETIREMENT/MEDICARE 

FNS 26,342.06 

Appropriation 23,063.00 

Expenditures . 26,342.06 

Overdraft 3,279.06 

POLICE OUTSIDE SERVICES 

Weddings, Public Functions 3,661 .30 

Appropriation 3,500.00 

Expenditures 3,661 .30 

Overdraft 161.30 

APPRAISALS 

Alfred lekler 3,890.00 

Appropriation 8,000.00 

Expenditures 3.890.00 

Unexpended 4,110.00 

INDUSTRIAL SEARCH 

Business Promotions 292.24 



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Appropriation 200.00 

Expenditures 292.24 

Overdraft 92.24 

STREETING LIGHTING 

Public Service of NH 29,642.1 3 

Appropriation 28,1 1 9.00 

Expenditures 29,642.13 

Overdraft 1,523.13 

LEGAL/ENFORCEMENT FUNDS 

Cooper, Hall, Whittum & Shillabar, etc 24,663.92 

Appropriation 36,000.00 

Expenditures 24,663.92 

Unexpended 11 ,336.08 

RURAL DISTRICT HEALTH 

Rural District Health Association 24,003.00 

Appropriation 24,000.00 

Expenditures .24,003.00 

Overdraft 3.00 

STRAFFORD COUNTY CAPP 

Strafford County CAPP, (Encumber $2,500.00 to 1992) 1,500.00 

Appropriation 4,000.00 

Expenditures 1,500.00 

Unexpended 2,500.00 

STRAFFORD COUNTY DISPATCH 

Strafford County Dispatch 11 ,241 .63 

Appropriation 11 ,242.00 

Expenditures 11,241.63 

Unexpended 37 

LIBRARIES 

Farmlngton Library Association 37,000.00 

Appropriation 37,000.00 

Expenditures 37,000.00 



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TOWN POOR 

Welfare 1 3,243.34 

Appropriation 16,000.00 

Expenditures . .13,243.34 

Unexpended 2,756.66 

MEMORIAL DAY 

C. L. Perkins Post No. 60 American Legion 600.00 

Appropriation 600.00 

Expenditures 600.00 

PARKS & RECREATION 

Personnel 36,360.1 2 

Boys Club 700.00 

Girls Club 700.00 

Maintain Parks 2,841 .60 

Hay Day 300.00 

Field Trips 00 

Road Race 600.00 

Recreation Dept. - Supplies 00 

Telephone 521 .84 

Supplies - Boys' Club 400.00 

42,423.56 

Appropriation 42,588.00 

Expenditures . .42,423.56 

Unexpended 1 64.44 

TOWN CLOCK 

John H. Oakley, Care of Clock 525.00 

Appropriation 525.00 

Expenditures 525.00 

RIVER MAINTENANCE 

XXXXXXXXX 3,500.00 

Appropriation 3,500.00 

Expenditures 3,500.00 

REMOVAL OF TREES 

Removal of Trees 1 ,500.00 

Appropriation 1 ,500.00 

Expenditures 1 ,500.00 



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POLICE CRUISER 

New Cruiser 1 4,423.00 

Appropriation 1 5,000.00 

Expenditures . 14,423.00 

Unexpended 577.00 

SPECIAL HIGHWAY SUBSIDY 

Street Paving, etc 74,768.96 

Appropriation 77,396.00 

Expenditures . .74,768.96 

Unexpended 2,627.04 

CAPITAL RESERVE — LANDFILL 

Trustees of Trust Fund 5,000.00 

Appropriation 5,000.00 

Expenditures 5,000.00 

CAPITAL RESERVE — REEVALUATION 

Trustees of Trust Fund 5,000.00 

Appropriation 5,000.00 

Expenditures 5,000.00 

CONSULTANTS/ENGINEERS 

Goldberg, Zoino, Associates, etc 3,386.54 

Appropriation 1 3,000.00 

Expenditures 3,386.54 

Unexpended 9,61 3.46 

HAYWARD BLOCK 

Bank of New Hampshire & Watson Sand & Gravel 44,658.00 

Appropriation 45,000.00 

Expenditures .44,658.00 

Unexpended 342.00 

PERSONNEL LIABILITIES 

Accrued Sick Days, Vacation Days Due Upon Separations 16,324.07 

Appropriation 22,000.00 

Expenditures 16,324.07 

Unexpended 5,675.93 

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CHRISTMAS LIGHTS 

Businessman's Association 1,000.00 

Appropriation 1,000.00 

Expenditures 1 ,000.00 

TOWN HALL RENOVATION 

Fire Doors (Encumber to 1 ,200.00 to 1 992) 8,21 8.49 

Appropriation 11 ,000.00 

Expenditures 8,218.49 

Unexpended 2,781.51 

SIDEWALKS - DOWNTOWN REHABILITATION 

Midway Excavators 5,000.00 

Appropriation 5,000.00 

Expenditures 5,000.00 

RECYCLING BUILDING 

Misc. Items 1 ,500.00 

Appropriation 1 ,500.00 

Expenditures 1 ,500.00 

NEW FIRE TRUCK 

Kovatch Equip, and Misc. Equip 190,000.00 

Appropriation 190,000.00 

Expenditures 190,000.00 

REBUILD/REPAIR/REPAVE ROADS 

Midway Excavators 31 ,000.00 

Appropriation 31 ,000.00 

Expenditures 31 ,000.00 

TAN NOTES 

Farmington National Bank 2,000,000.00 

MONEY MARKET ACCOUNT 

Transfer to Regular CInecking Account 800,000.00 

SCHOOL 
Farmington School District 2,009,849.00 



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TOWN CLERK FEES TO STATE 

Treasurer, State of N.H 1 ,275.00 

DOG LICENSES 

Treasurer, State of N.H 192.00 

1990 TAXES BOUGHT BY THE TOWN 

Kathy L. Vickers, Tax Collector 51 4,480.32 

COUNTY TAX 

Treasurer, Strafford County 429,1 69.00 

ENERGY IMPROVEMENTS TO BUILDINGS 

Windows, Insulation, Overhead Doors 10,410.00 

Appropriation 1 4,677.00 

Expenditures . .10,410.00 

Unexpended 4,267.00 

CIVIL DEFENSE 

Expenditures GO 

Appropriation 25.00 

Expenditures 00 

WOMEN'S RESOURCE CENTER 

1991 Payments " 544.00 

Appropriation 544.00 

Expenditures 544.00 

WATER/SEWER PAYROLL 

Water/Sewer Payroll 11 2,586.59 

EXPENDITURES REVENUES 

Overpayments -Taxes, Reimbursements 1 73.75 

OVERLAY 
Tax Abatements (Includes 19,833.78 Non-Cash Trans.) 24,837.71 



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1990 ENCUMBRANCES 

1990 Encumbered Highway 8,700.00 

Appropriation 8,700.00 

Expenditures 8,700.00 

1990 Encumbered Recycling 19,300.00 

Appropriation 1 9,300.00 

Expenditures 19,300.00 

American National Account Closeout 7,1 1 9.60 

Contractor Plans 50.00 

Midway Escrow Account 4,527.89 

Sidewalks - Escrow 1 ,960.38 

Private Donations - Town 2,402.68 



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TOWN CLERK'S REPORT 

REMITTANCE SUMMARY 

January 1, 1991 - December 31, 1991 

28 Boat Fees $ 2,403.40 

5,791 Motor Vehicle 246,078.00 

868 Titles 1,730.00 

1 64 UCC 2,379.50 

Total Received from above Sources 252,590.90 

1 Bad Check Fine 1 3.00 

96 Certified Copies 342.00 

31 Certified Copies - State Fees 1 86.00 

27 Dog Fines 925.00 

539 Dog Licenses 2,951 .50 

31 Marriage Licenses 21 7.00 

8 Various Licenses 550.00 

Total Received fronn above Sources 5,184.50 

9 Deposits on Construction Plans 235.00 

1 Donations - Police Departnnent 100.00 

1 9 V^ater/Sewer Payroll Reimb.— FICA 1 3,395.39 

1 9 Water/Sewer Payroll Reimb.— FED 1 6,699.43 

19 Water/Sewer Payroll Reimb. — Lonestar 748.18 

1 7 Water/Sewer Payroll Reimb.— Medicare 2,705.81 

1 9 Water/Sewer Payroll Reimb.— NET 79,037.78 

2 Reimbursements - Fire Dept 1 1 7.80 

1 Reimbursements - Gas 1 ,369.07 

9 Reimbursements- Highway Dept 4,965.17 

6 Reimbursements -Other Ins 2,022.25 

1 9 Reimbursements - Police Dept 3,737.62 

1 Reimbursement - Rec. Dept 1 ,200.00 

1 Reimbursement - Sewer Dept 2,353.34 

3 Reimbursement -Welfare 239.25 

3 Reimbursements- Workers' Comp 7,639.02 

2 Reimbursements -Water Dept 2,132.40 

3 Reimbursements -Water Loan 48,850.00 

Total Received from above sources 187,547.51 

1 Energy Grant Money 2,900.00 

1 Federal Forest 1 78.48 

4 Highway Subsidy 77,396.27 

1 Recycling Grant Money 9,650.00 

6 Reimbursements - State Gas 436.00 



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1 Railroad Tax 396.75 

2 Shared Revenue 182,790.13 

1 State Aid - Water Pollution .17,737.00 

Total Received from above Sources 291 ,484.63 

26 Court Fines 2,1 37.80 

2 Capital Reserve Transfers 38,015.09 

5 Current Use Application Fees 50.00 

8 Election Filings 8.00 

1 Escrow -Sidewalk Account 2,883.25 

1 Impact Fees 2,000.00 

57 Landfill Charges 1 ,465.00 

7 Miscellaneous 6,034.29 

45 Planning Board 4,572.25 

21 Photo Copies 300.70 

2 Private Donations -Town 2,402.68 

42 Police -Outside Services 3,164.50 

21 Police Reports 760.00 

1 2 Parking Tickets 446.50 

2 Reimbursements -American National 7,119.60 

1 4 Rent of Town Property 4,477.92 

2 Sale of Town Property 4.00 

1 Trust Funds 1 ,538.40 

1 4 Zoning Board of Adjustment 780.08 

Total Received from above Sources 78,1 60.06 

124 Building Permits 6,464.68 

1 04 Pistol Permits 41 6.00 

1 42 Septage Permits . . .2,310.00 

Total Received from above sources 9,01 0.68 

558 Dog Licenses to State 280.00 

31 Marriage Licenses to State 1 ,023.00 

Total Received from above Sources 1 ,303.00 

TOTAL RECEIPTS COLLECTED 825,281 .28 



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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE PLANNING BOARD FOR 1991 

Despite the continued economic slowdown, the Planning Board has had a busy 
and prosperous year. We are pleased to welcome two new Board Members: Earl 
Simonsen and Skip Sansoucy: and will miss the dedicated service of Emmanuel 
(Manny) Krasner who served this Board for twelve years. Mr. Krasner retired from 
the Board in March of 1991 in order to be able to pursue other goals. 

A total of 30 applications were made to the Planning Board during 1991 : 1 for 
Earth Removal, 1 3 for Subdivisions and 1 4 for Site Review (9 of which requested a 
waiver of site review and were granted the waivers, 4 were approved and 1 was 
denied for lack of information and improper plan.) An additional 2 were presented 
to the Board for revision of their original plan. 

Several Subcommittees were organized which dealt with the following areas: 

CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS: This subcommittee worked diligently to compile 
much of the necessary information. They were aided by the Selectmen and all 
town department heads. The project is scheduled for completion in 1992. 

WETLANDS ORDINANCE: The group reviewed and amended an ordinance 
which will be presented to the voters in March of 1992. 

WATERFRONT PROTECTION OVERLAY ZONE: Also reviewed and amended 
for presentation to the voters in March of 1992. 

Additional items worked on by the Planning Board during 1991 some of which 
will be presented to the voters consist of: specific time limits for conditional ap- 
provals and approved subdivisions; clarification of existing mobile home regula- 
tions and changes in the set-back requirements. 

The Board wishes to express its appreciation to the Selectmen, the Conserva- 
tion Commission and all department heads for their help and cooperation in 
various endeavors and look forward to their continued assistance as we move in- 
to 1992. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Elmer W. Barron III 

Chairman 



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REPORT OF THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

1 991 was a year of challenges to find ways to fund projects without using addi- 
tional property tax dollars. The settlement with Davidson provided $525,000 
which the Town spent for two new wells and a fire engine. There is admiration for 
the new fire engine which arrived in December. It is a 1 500 gallon pumper-tanker 
that was custom built to specifications drawn up by the Fire Department. The 
construction of a pump station for the new wells is nearly complete and the well 
should be in use in March of 1992. Two State Grants assisted in energy im- 
provements and the Town's recycling efforts. The baler was installed at the land- 
fill and a new storage building constructed with 50 percent State funds. The State 
also paid 50 percent of the cost of Energy improvements to the Fire Station and 
Waste Water Treatment plant for improvements ranging from new overhead 
doors to an electronic variable speed drive. The Town participated with the State 
in a Waste load Allocation Study of the Cocheco River to determine the effect of 
any proposed increase of effluent from the waste water plant. This study would 
have cost the Town $50,000, but with State help the cost to the Town was $3,400. 
While the Town's application for a CDBG grant scored well, the State's funds 
were exhausted so that the Town did not receive housing money. A new applica- 
tion is being readied for 1992 seeking $350,000. 

It was a shock to learn of the sudden death of John Oakley, who was caretaker 
of the Town Clock for 28 years and also served in other capacities including 
Selectmen, Budget Committee, and Planning Board. He will be missed. After five 
years, the Town Hall custodian, Roger Belanger left. He continues to be active in 
the publication of Puddledock Press. A new police officer was hired, Randy Sobel. 
Desert Storm took Police Officer Dan Yoder to Montana for several weeks. We all 
rejoiced to see him and all the other military personnel from Farmington return 
safely. The Board hired Francis Marcoux who has done an excellent custodial job 
at the Town Hall. Francis worked with volunteers to oversee painting the Town 
Hall interior, including the gym and its ceiling. 

While the entire fire department deserves recognition for their efforts to pro- 
tect the community, the Board wishes to give special recognition to Gary Pageau, 
who at risk to his own life, rescued a resident of Green Street from a burning living 
unit. 

On the legal front, the Town was successful in defending a suit regarding 
drainage into Kicking Horse Brook and in obtaining a cleanup order for a 
machinery junk yard. 

A survey of the landfill revealed continued life expectancy and enabled the 
Selectmen to plan more economically for the eventual closure. The Town par- 
ticipated in a Hazardous Household Waste Collection day. High prices for scrap 
metal enabled the Town to have the metal removed at no cost. 

The downtown continued to see improvements with new sidewalks on Main 



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Hill. One phase of paving on the Ten Rod Road was completed. Shimming was 
done on Meeting House Hill Road, Spring Street, Ten Rod Road, Grove Street, 
and other shorter sections of streets. A winter maintenance plan was adopted. 

In closing we wish to thank our outstanding staff of dedicated employees who 
have carried out our policies and services. We thank all the businesses and their 
owners who have donated time, goods, money, and equipment for a multitude of 
causes. We thank Mr. and Mrs. James Thayer for their many contributions in- 
cluding a FAX machine to the police, new lights for the Town Clock, and a trust 
fund to pay the electricity in perpetuity on those lights. We also express our 
deepest gratitude to the many individuals who have given freely of their time to 
serve on committees and boards for the Town. These efforts have been a tremen- 
dous boost to the community, and we thank them for their time, help and dedica- 
tion. We also thank the many citizens who have contributed their time and efforts 
in other ways. It is as a community working together that we are able to say with 
pride, "We live in Farmington." 

Barbara Spear, Chairperson 

John J. Silvia, Jr., Selectman 

Willis Berry, Selectman 



FARMINGTON POLICE DEPARTMENT 
1991 ANNUAL REPORT 

The Police Department is proud to report to its bosses, the people, what has 
occurred during the past year and what the department wants to accomplish for 
1992. 

First, let's start with personnel. The department had one Officer called to duty 
for the Desert Storm Operation and for quite sometime he was away, stationed in 
Montana. We had another Officer on a special assignment across the State in 
Claremont, New Hampshire helping out in a drug investigation for about 3 
months. We had one Officer in the police academy for almost 3 months. We had 
two other Officers who were on notice for possible activation regarding the 
Desert Storm Operation and we had a position that we were trying to fill. Basically 
the Department was short handed by 40 percent for about 25 percent of the en- 
tire year. The department was able to hire a New Hampshire certified officer 
hereby saving the Town several thousand dollars in training costs. This officer 
started around the first of May. Additionally, throughout the year we had officers 
out on workmen's compensation resulting in several months of lost time. 

Second, training; the department and Town, through the Board of Selectmen, 
have a strong and deep commitment to training the officers and staff in order to 
minimize officer stress, increase ability, deter lawsuits and provide the best possi- 
ble police service for the funds allocated. The department and officers attended 
training on hazardous waste, crime scene photography, narcotic prosecution, 



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establishing a defensive emergency vehicle operation program, drug identifica- 
tion, sexual assault investigation, basic fingerprinting and DWI programs to name 
a few. The office staff attended training on stress in the workplace, and on 
Uniform Crime Reporting updates. 

Third, in looking at police operations we fared well despite having 40 percent of 
the department away due to injuries, special assignment, the Police Academy 
and a war for a good portion of the year. The department presented almost 1200 
cases to the Rochester District Court for prosecution. That statistic would have 
been higher if the department had been at full strength for the whole year. The 
court assessed $31 ,923.80 in fines, levied 21 years worth of license suspensions, 
committed people to jail for 384 days and suspended over 3 years worth of jail 
time for violators. 

The department conducted a dozen directed patrols around town in order to 
deal with speeding, suspicious activity, trespassing or other criminal activity. We 
helped conduct McGruff and child fingerprinting programs for the Farmington Na- 
tional Bank and the Milton Police Department and when school began we 
reinstituted our school lunch program. In the schools, we participated in driver 
education classes and in health classes dealing with alcohol awareness. 

This department initiated the concept of a Strafford County regionalized Drug 
Task Force. The County Attorney's office and other departments began to sup- 
|X)rt the idea, however, the Attorney's General office turned down our request at 
funding. We continued to meet with the County Attorney and apparently the At- 
torney's General Office noticed because progress has been made recently on the 
concept of regionalizing resources. The future looks promising in this area. 

We sponsored a meeting of the New Hampshire Criminal Investigators 
Association at which there were representatives from State, Local and Federal 
agencies. In August a drug talk was presented to several Yugoslavian students by 
our detectives. 

Fourth, regarding equipment, the department received a FAX machine as a 
donation from the Thayer family, t want to thank them ever so much. The machine 
has been a great help in sending and receiving information. We obtained a new 
copier, Conway Office Products also brought a nice stand for it at no cost to the 
department. Progress was made in protecting the Office staff as a new bullet 
proof window was installed. I feel very confident that the Town received a dollars 
worth of service for each budget dollar expended. 

Next, I would like to turn to 1992, already the department has expanded ser- 
vices over last year. The DARE program began in January and the school lunch 
program has been reinitiated and will continue until school gets out. 

We are researching possible grants from the Department of Transportation 
and the New England State Police Information Network regarding DWI and drug 



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programs respectively. We will be working throughout the year ori revamping our 
rules and regulations, policies and procedures to ensure that we are in com- 
pliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act that was passed by Congress. 
The State is going to a new Uniform Crime Reporting format in which 53 
categories will be required and tracked instead of the current 8 categories, so we 
must prepare for these changes that are coming in 1992. We will be looking into 
national accreditation for the department, which is similar to accreditation re- 
ceived by schools and hospitals, by complying with certain national standards. In 
this program there are 944 standards set down by the accreditation commission. 

Lastly, I want to mention Sergeant Walter W. Brown. As most people know by 
now he is retiring in June of this year and I want to take a minute to reflect upon 
Walter and his service to the community. Sergeant Brown has been dedicated to 
the department and to the Town. His knowledge of people and his easy going 
style have reflected favorably upon the department but most importantly upon 
himself. When I started as Chief in 1987 I'm sure he had some uncertainty as to 
what to expect. Walter became more knowledgeable and attained many skills. He 
constantly showed an interest in improving himself and he became more profi- 
cient in his duties. It was always Walter I turned to when I needed information 
about a person or that person's family. I was never disappointed in that area. 
Walter and I have on many occasions talked about the changes in law enforce- 
ment and the young men entering into the field and what I remember most 
distinctly is Walter's compassion for people and how he tried to treat every per- 
son just like he would like to be treated. I wish him many happy and full years in 
his retirement. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Barry J. Carr 

Chief of Police 



HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT 1991 ANNUAL REPORT 

To the good citizens of the Town of Farmington, N.H. The Farmington Highway 
Department was involved in many various activities over the past fiscal year. 

Many of you might have seen the crew this past summer paving the 
Meetinghouse Hill Road, which was shim coated in house with our own equip- 
ment and I'm proud to say our own new paving drag box. The distance covered 
was 2 3/4 miles. We also paved 1 mile on Spring Street and the paved portion of 
the River Road. 

The Highway Department also reconstructed the grade and drainage system 
and built a new fence along part of the sidewalk on Tappan Street from the Goslin 
property to the parking lot of Bud Star Market. 

Again this year the Town of Farmington subcontracted the sidewalk project 
from Grove Street to School Street to Unex Construction. Due to budget con- 



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straints the Highway Department completed the proposed project from the 
Lafavour property on North Main Street to Courtland Street upgrading storm drain 
pipes, raising storm drain covers to correct grades and completing to the 
sidewalk to finish grade. 

Again this year we are still in the process of replacing, upgrading and installing 
new culverts throughout the Town and the country road ways. The Department 
extended the storm drain system on Pleasant Street and repaired the road ser- 
vice with our own in house equipment. 

Dedicated to do our best at holding the line on property taxes, many of the 
aforementioned projects were done with State subsidy monies. 

The Board of Selectmen adopted a Winter Maintenance Plan. 

I would like to take this time to thank the Citizens of Farmington and the Board 
of Selectmen for their continued support in what the Highway Department tries to 
do. We look forward to many years of continued service in the years to come. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Clark Hackett, Road Agent 



ANNUAL REPORT 1991 
FARMINGTON ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 

Once again it is my pleasure to report on the activities of the Farmington Zon- 
ing Board of Adjustment. This is a volunteer board, appointed by the Selectmen. 
Our job is to hear appeals requesting variances and special exceptions to the Far- 
mington town ordinance, or appeals from administrative decisions made by town 
officials. I am extremely pleased that we have earned the reputation (well de- 
served) of being a democratic board which conducts fair and impartial hearings. 
We continue to update our knowledge with changes in state zoning laws and 
trends in state planning. During the fall, some members attended the 16th Annual 
Municipal Law Lecture Series. 

During 1 991 , the Board held 1 7 public hearings. Seven of these were requests 
for variances, seven were for special exceptions, and three were appeals from 
administrative decisions. Of the request for special exceptions, all were granted; 
of the request for variances, 4 were granted. Regarding the appeals from ad- 
ministrative decisions, one appeal was granted, the other two were denied. 

Some requests for variances over the last few years have led the Board to 
question the fairness of certain ordinances, such as the setback requirements in 
the 1- and 3-acre zones. The Planning Board took over our input under advise- 
ment and has since proposed amendments to the Land Use Ordinance. 



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The Board collected application fees totalling $819.00. These fees cover the 
cost of processing applications, such as postage (notification of public hearings 
are sent to abutters by certified mail, return receipt requested) and newspaper 
advertisements. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mary M. Jolles, Chairperson 



REPORT OF THE CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICE 

In 1991 the Code Enforcement Office v^as asked to take an active role in 
Economic Development by assisting existing industries and businesses in their 
efforts to expand and also to work with new industries and businesses that are 
considering Farmington as a location for future development. 

There is considerable interest in Farmington due to the large tracts of land on 
Route 1 1 that are available. However, the lack of sewer and water limits the prac- 
tical uses. 

In 1991 the Code Enforcement Office reviewed 96 construction plans, issued 
92 building permits valued at $1 ,333,575 and issued 45 electrical permits. The of- 
fice also renewed 125 building permits from 1990 and 1989 which are still pend- 
ing completion. The building permits are broken down as follows: 

New Homes 7 

Mobile Homes 9 

Residential Repairs/Alterations 20 

Residential Additions 29 

Residential Outbuildings 7 

Commercial Buildings 3 

Commercial Repairs/Alterations 13 

Others 4 

Renewals 1 25 

62 complaints were investigated with 3 resulting in court action. 796 construc- 
tion and electrical inspections were conducted. 9 life safety inspections were 
conducted at the request of the property owner. 38 evening meetings of the Plan- 
ning and Zoning Boards were attended as well as 4 seminars totalling 10 days 
and 3 evenings. 

The Code Enforcement Office scheduled 27 applicants for new business 
before the Planning Board and 23 applicants for Public Hearings. These ap- 
plicants require from 1/2 hour to several hours to complete each application and 
review their plans for compliance to Town and State Regulations. 

All applications to the Zoning Board of Adjustment are processed through the 
Code Enforcement Office and the office receives many inquiries relating to 



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Variances, Special Exceptions and Appeals of Adnninistrative Decisions. Many 
applicants, when nnade aware of the criteria which must, (by law) be met, to 
receive a variance, do not go forward, which results in fewer public hearings. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Donald J. Gilbert 

Code Enforcement Officer 



WATER DEPARTMENT 
1991 ANNUAL TOWN REPORT 

The two new wells (No. 4 and 5) are installed and awaiting pumps. The pipeline 
work is 90 percent complete and the control building is almost entirely enclosed. 
The entire job should be completed by mid-March. The addition of these two wells 
provides a much needed backup water supply with a reserve capacity to meet the 
needs of the Town for the forseeable future. 

We pumped approximately 91,604,000 gallons of water or an average of 
251 ,000 gallons per day from Well No. 3 and approximately 1 2, 324,000 gallons of 
water or an average of 33,764 gallons per day from Well No. 2. 

Our goal for the next few years will be to replace and clean water mains that 
are undersized and deteriorated principally in the Bunker and Glen Street areas. 
The storage tank was inspected in 1991 , and found to be in good shape. The tank 
is scheduled to be cleaned in 1992. 

We started getting persistent bacterial violations in 1990 and had one in 
January 1991, so it was decided to go to permanent chlorination on January 24, 
1991 . Since we have done this, there has been only one violation in May. We are 
adding a minimum dose of chlorine and trying not to effect the taste of the water. 

The New Hampshire Department of Transportation was supposed to rebuild 
the Tappan Street Bridge in 1991, so we decided to place the water main in the 
street and across the bridge. This would remove an old 6" main that goes under 
part of the Catholic Church building and through the river bed. NHDOT had an 
emergency bridge replacement job and was not able to replace the bridge as 
planned in 1991. We brought the required materials and tied into the Central 
Street main and laid several sections of pipe towards the bridge. This job is now 
scheduled for completion in 1992, depending on State priorities. 

Respectfully submitted. 
Dale Sprague, Superintendent 



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WASTEWATER DEPARTMENT 
1991 ANNUAL TOWN REPORT 

The Wastewater plant treated 75,648,000 gallons of sewage or an average 
flow of 207,300 gallons per day. The biochemical oxygen demand average 
removal was 94 percent and the suspended solids average removal was 92 per- 
cent for the year. The Discharge permit requires a minimum of 85 percent 
removal for both so the plant is operating very well. There were no major capital 
items replaced in 1991 - just the maintenance of the existing equipment and 
structures. All units are operational. 

The State is conducting a study of the Cocheco River and how the effluent ef- 
fects the quality of the river. This is called an assimilative capacity study. The out- 
come of this study should be available by the end of January or beginning of 
February, 1992. This study will determine what changes the plant will have to 
make and whether the sewer moratorium can be lifted. We will review this study 
and use 1992 to look at various options and make long range plans for upgrading 
the plant to meet the Town's future needs. 

The Wastewater Department participated with the State in an energy grant of 
50/50 matching funds. This grant provided for the installation of an oil fired 
heating system with the electric heating system being reduced to a backup only. 
The garage door was replaced with an insulated door and deadlights added to the 
windows. Several louvers were covered over permanently and one temporarily 
(winter only) to reduce heat loss. Two variable frequency inverters were added to 
the return sludge pumps with new nonslip belt/sheave drives to increase their effi- 
ciency. These energy improvements are calculated to save $4,285 per year with 
a simple combined payback of 3.2 years. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dale Sprague, Superintendent 



PARKS AND RECREATION 

The Parks and Recreation Department is proud to have added more programs 
to its schedule that are free to the adults and children of Farmlngton this year. As 
the economic times get tougher for everyone, we know how important it is to have 
affordable recreation available to as many citizens as possible. 

This year we have added a Junior High Recreation basketball league into our 
winter schedule. With basketball being as popular as it is in Farmington, we were 
able to put together a league of four teams with ten players each. Also new this 
year is a coed adult volleyball league with four teams of eight players each. This 
allows couples to enjoy a night of recreation together, rather than two separate 
nights for men and women. 



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We are especially proud of our 1991 high school rec basketball team who took 
second place in the Northeast Basketball League. This league is comprised of 
teams from much larger cities such as Dover, Rochester and Seabrook. The team 
was chosen after the high school teams and was therefore made of players who 
would not have played because of grades or those who felt they could not play 
high school ball. Our recreation assistant, Steve Mosher, coached the team, ar- 
ranged to have the play-offs in Farmington for the first time and was elected to 
the position of vice president of the league for the 1991-1992 season. 

Hay Day was one of our most successful yet, but do not be fooled, we are 
always looking for new ideas for Hay Day. If you have any ideas for an event, do 
not be shy, give us a call we may put you and your idea to work. A fresh face often 
brings with it fresh ideas. We are also open to any ideas for new programs of any 
kind, so if you have anything you would like to see going on give us a call. 

As always this is the best time to thank our volunteers and businesses for 
donating their time and money for everything from chaperoning dances to 
donating for the fireworks at Hay Day. There are many things that we would not 
be able to do without you. There are never enough hands when we sponsor a big 
event like Hay Day or the Road Race, so if you have some time, let us know, we 
appreciate any help you can give. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Linda Ghareeb, Recreation Director 



1991 GOODWIN LIBRARY REPORT 

STATISTICS: 1988 1989 1990 1991 

Total Circulation 14,458 

In-house Usage 

Interlibrary Loan 15 

The demand and desire by this community for expanded library services 
presented itself in dramatic numbers in 1 991 . The total circulation - the number of 
books and magazines checked out of the library -jumped by 30 percent. The in- 
terlibrary loan service increased over 47 percent. Most of these requests for out- 
side material are for student and adult education, or information purposes. The 
majority of the 1,819 patron cards belong to Farmington residents. Many of this 
number are one card per family. An in-house usage survey counts the number of 
materials used but not circulated out of the library. This year's survey has shown 
a doubling of usage by town citizens. 

Programs sponsored by or held at the library in 1991 include: 
Weekly preschool story hour. 
Art Show Exhibitor Open House. 



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17,669 


18,326 


23,027 


1,300 


2,990 


5,450 


64 


139 


215 



Programs continued: 
Art Exhibit - held for one week in April. 
Free income tax service sponsored by the IRS. 
Summer reading program - held for 6 weeks, for children ages 7-12. 
Writer's workshop - taught by Milli Gay. 



FARMINGTON PUBLIC LIBRARY ASSOCIATION REPORT 
BUDGET 1992 



Proposed 
1991 



Actual 
1991 



Proposed 
1992 



Income: 
Dividends 

Interest: Savings, CD's 
Women's Club 
Town of Farmington 
Fines, Cards 
Gifts 
Miscellaneous 



Expenses: - Books: 
Books 
Magazines 



Salaries: 
Librarian 
Staff 

Bookkeeper 
Janitor 

Social Security 
N.H. Employ. Sec. 



Buildings, Grounds: 
Insurance 
Supplies 
Telephone 
Water/Sewer 
Lights 
Fuel 



8,900.00 
4,500.00 

700.00 
37,000.00 

200.00 
1,000.00 

332.00 



5,500.00 
3,277.00 

670.00 
37,000.00 

312.00 
1,690.00 

375.00 



8,000.00 

720.00 

650.00 

46,392.00 

300.00 

1,000.00 
300.00 



52,632.00 


48,824.00 


57,362.00 


10,000.00 


7,127.73 


10,000.00 


1,000.00 


884.28 


1,000.00 


11,000.00 


8,012.01 


11,000.00 


17,900.00 


17,900.00 


18,437.00 


8,700.00 


8,000.00 


9,406.00 


1,200.00 


1,300.00 


1,400.00 


1,850.00 


1,850.00 


1,950.00 


2,300.00 


2,100.00 


2,279.00 


150.00 


180.00 


250.00 


32,100.00 


31,330.00 


33,722.00 


2,100.00 


1 ,965.00 


2,140.00 


800.00 


1,325.00 


1,650.00 


400.00 


349.00 


400.00 


150.00 


188.00 


150.00 


1,900.00 


1,778.00 


1 ,600.00 


1,000.00 


1 ,383.00 


1,400.00 



6,350.00 



6,988.00 



7,340.00 



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Proposed 
1991 


Actual 
1991 


Proposed 
1992 


Miscellaneous: 
Repairs 

Children's Programs 
Staff Development 
Miscellaneous 

Totals 


500.00 

500.00 

1,382.00 

800.00 

2,882.00 
52,632.00 


864.00 

441.00 

1 ,548.00 

3,226.00 

5,407.00 

52,409.01 


3,000.00 
500.00 

1,000.00 
800.00 

5,300.00 
57,362.00 



FARMINGTON FIRE DEPARTMENT 
ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1991 

The Farmington Fire Department answered 168 alarms during 1990. The 
average response time was 6 minutes. 

Our new fire truck (Engine 1) was delivered in December 1991. This new fire 
apparatus will greatly increase our ability to protect property and people and also 
serve the town. We would like to thank all the people of Farmington for their sup- 
port. Our Ladder Truck was tested again and certified. Engine 3 will be converted 
from a tank truck to a hose-reel truck. This should greatly improve our ability to 
supply more water to the surrounding areas. 

We will do more training this year than ever before due to more rules and 
regulations from both the State and from NFPA. 

We would like to give special recognition to Capt. Gary Pageau for his bravery. 
He went above and beyond the call of duty as a firefighter. Capt. Pageau rescued 
a person from a burning structure, thus saving the person's life. 

The Farmington Fire Department would like to thank all of you for your support 
in our many fundraisers, making them very worthwile. Also we would like to thank 
all the citizens who came out on many a cold and late night to serve us coffee, 
etc. Thank you for your past interest in the department and hopefully we can all 
work toward a safer place to live. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Richard Moulton, Chief 



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1991 REPORT 
OF THE CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

The Conservation Comnnission had a very productive year. 

Handbooks were made available to the Commissioner's this year by a donation 
from the Portsmouth Knights of Columbus. 

21 wood duck houses were built and put up. Materials were donated by 
Cameron's Home and Garden Center and Palmer's Hardware. A monetary dona- 
tion from Purity Supreme Supermarket was also received. 

The Conservation Commission applied to have the UNH outreach program 
help the Town with an inventory and management program for the Town Forest, 
adjacent to the mill pond on Old Bay Road, and was accepted. This should prove 
to help townspeople take advantage of our valuable Town Forest resource that 
has been sitting idle for several years. 

The Conservation Commission had worked with the Planning Board during the 
year compiling proposed wetlands and waterfront ordinances. We are in hopes 
that this proposal will be approved by ballot at the upcoming town meeting. While 
this proposal will protect our wetlands and surface water resources, it is very 
compatible with and will have a positive impact economic development of the 
Town. 

Plans for 1 992 include continuing with our Town Forest project, wood duck pro- 
ject, and to start indexing our natural resources. 

We invite anyone interested to participate in the Conservation Comission ac- 
tivities. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Randy R. Orvis 

Chairman 



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REPORT OF THE HEALTH OFFICER/ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER 

This year has been a productive one for the Health/Animal Control Department. 
Three Hundred Thirty-Eight complaints have been responded to. The complaints 
vary from barking dogs to loose cows to requests for health inspections. 

The door-to-door campaign to license all dogs is working very well. In 1 990, the 
need to remind residents to license their dogs was a necessity. By doing so, it has 
made owners more aware of their responsibility to license their dogs. Making the 
need to go door-to-door a lesser one in 1991. 

A total of $3,876.50 was generated from dog licenses and various fines. Fifty- 
one canines have been transported to the Cocheco Valley Humane Society. 

Due to the rabies virus coming into this area, I want to make everyone aware of 
the great urgency to have all pets inoculated. 

Due to the increased number of calls received at my home, I would appreciate 
all calls being directed to the police department. Your cooperation would be 
gratefully appreciated. 

Respectfully submitted, 

John C. Fitch 

Health/Animal Control Officer 



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RURAL DISTRICT HEALTH COUNCIL, INC. 
ANNUAL REPORT 

Rural District Health Council, Inc. continues to serve as Farmington's home 
health agency offering skilled nursing, rehabilitative services, home health aides, 
homemakers and hospice care on an intermittent basis. A nurse is available to 
our clients 24 hours a day, seven days a week with visits made as needed. Home 
health services help to limit the length of hospitalizations and enable people to re- 
main in their homes as opposed to nursing home placement. 

Rural District Health Council, Inc. provides Well Child Clinics for residents of 
our nine communities with children from birth through six years receiving 
physicals, immunizations, growth and development counselling, nutritional 
counselling, and lead, anemia and urine testing. Home visits are provided for 
newborns and sick children of all ages. Sids counselling is offered to all families 
that are dealing with Sudden Infant Death. As of December 31st, 1991 three- 
hundred and seventeen children are enrolled in our Well Child Clinics. 

Health Screenings are offered in five locations for resident of all nine com- 
munities to educate the public with regard to health maintenance through B/P 
monitoring, diet counselling, and assessment of blood hemoglobin and glucose. 
Over two-hundred and sixty-five flu shots were given this fall. 

There have been many changes within the Agency this year. The growth has 
been astounding, we have completed over 15,450 visits in 1991, up from 10,080 
in 1 990. The staff has adjusted well to the growth and the change that comes with 
a change in administration. We have taken the plunge into the world of com- 
puterization. Rural District is working with two other area VNAs and Strafford 
Hospice to provide our communities with a certified Medicare Hospice program. 

Rural District is especially pleased to have been able to reduce our per capital 
request to each of our supporting towns. We have accomplished this without any 
infringement on available services. We recognize that each of our communities 
are having to tighten-up their budgets and we are doing our best to help in those 
efforts. During this economic climate when more and more people cannot afford 
health care, are avoiding hospitalization and have no insurance Home Health 
Care is increasingly important. 

We appreciate and need your ongoing support. We thank your Board 
Representatives for their time and efforts on behalf of Rural District Health Coun- 
cil, Inc. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Linda Hotchkiss 
RNBS Exec. Dir. 



77 



UNREDEEMED TAXES FROM TAX LIEN 
December 31, 1991 









1988/ 


Name 


1990 


1989 


Prior 


Adams, Terry W. & Tina L. 


1,153.61 






AHL Realty 


1,029.42 


510.70 




Archambault, Edmond & Barbara 


1,676.16 






Aubert, Thomas & Anctil, Wm. 


1,892.42 


325.47 




Aubert, Thomas & Anctil, Wm. 




339.03 




Aubert, Thomas & Anctil, Wm. 




353.43 




Aubert, Thomas & Anctil, Wm. 




324.63 




Augustine, Bruce K. & Karen M. 


1,086.28 






Backry, S. Michael & Diane 


909.56 






Bailey, Trudy 


572.37 






Barnes, Wanda & Shane 


477.48 


464.71 


84.12 


Barron, Elmer 


889.20 






Barron, Paul & Elmer, III 


3,232.55 


3,061.04 




Barron, Paul & Elmer, III 


237.03 


226.38 




Barron, Paul & Elmer, III 


195.52 


187.60 




Baud, Harrison & Martha 


1,382.11 


201.55 




Beaudoin, Richard & Claude 


894.89 






Beaudoin, Richard & Claude 


1,337.23 






Belleau, John & Edna 


5,907.33 


4,610.55 




Belleau, John & Edna 


1,702.85 






Bisson, Gerard & Nichole 


1,669.61 


520.66 




Blanchette, Thomas & Sallyanne 


2,164.00 


652.11 




Bodwell, Charles & Sandra 


3,084.12 


1,251.54 




Bollettiero, John 


73.88 


71.73 




Bollettiero, John 


87.52 


84.29 




Bologna, Giuseppe & Laurie 


971.04 






Bologna, Giuseppe & Laurie 


14.36 






Boske, Roger & Ellen 


468.46 


538.89 




Bouchard, George Jr. 


1,113.05 






Boudreau, James J. & Perry M. 


699.35 






Boutin, Bertha 


667.65 


407.48 




Bowden, William & Sonia 


1,818.88 






BP Profit Merchandise, Inc. 


3,807.64 


2,949.37 




Bright, William & Mary Beth 


387.28 


350.56 




Brooks, George & Mona 


757.28 






Brown, Charles R. Sr. 


1,483.95 






Brown, Vernon & Katherine 


1,308.59 






Brown, Vernon William 


1,031.08 


124.77 


, 


Butt, Harold 


736.39 


704.70 




Canney, Richard & Jeanette 


2,366.22 






Carty, James P. 


606.52 






Casavant, Thomas & Colleen 


1,293.02 







78 









1988/ 


Name 


1990 


1989 


Prior 


Cascella, Angelo 


113.21 


109.40 




Gate, Ronald & Doris 


681.86 






Chapman, Donald III 


1,259.56 






Chasse, Gerard L. 


1,394.57 






Colcord, Elmer & Evelyn 


20.44 






Collins, Kevin & Helen 


2,531.68 


502.10 




Conway, Daniel & Patti Lynn 


1,471.09 


1,360.56 




Cosgrove, Peter F. & Ann 


390.42 






Costa, Leonard - Trustee 


3,811.46 


1,521.41 




Costa, Leonard - Trustee 


8,526.44 


3,307.36 




Costa, Leonard - Trustee 


4,079.84 


1,897.23 




Cotter, John & Bonnie 


1,847.35 


1,819,92 


519.69 


Covey, Debra 


621.45 






Cray, William J. 


459.07 






Currier, Ronald L. & Rosanna 


377.42 






D'Allessandro, Richard & Lenore 


2,685.73 






D'Agostino, James 


222.33 


213.82 


166.68 


Daipe, Laurent & Rita 


3,511.67 


221.31 




Day, Percy & Joyce 


1,057.53 


1,060.84 




DeFaIco, Dan & Stephanie 


742.03 






Demeritt, Delphin Jr. & Dolores 


181.37 






Desimone, Carlo 


3,921.36 






Desjardins, Chris & Jeanne 


2,596.30 


2,554.95 




Dillingham, Roy & Gloria 


397.57 






Dodge, Bruce R., et als 


1,598.69 






Doughty, Stanley & Beverly 


2,207.69 






Downs, Mildred L. 


1,024.53 






Doyle, Joseph & Sherrill 


477.87 






Dudley, Diane 


1,072.00 






Duval, Timothy & Tammy 




179.78 




Edwards, Steven J. & Alice L. 


944.78 






Ehrman, Audrey L. 


2,296.64 






Ela Motel Realty Trust 


10,156.76 






Ela Motel Realty Trust 


515.37 






Estes, Albert & Elizabeth & 








Moore, Diane L. 


1,174.22 






Farmers' Home Administration 




655.60 




Farmington National Bank 


690.51 






Farrell, Thomas & Chyrel 


192.89 






Ferguson, Karen & Melvin 0. 


576.25 






Fischer, Elizabeth 


9,570.67 






Fischer, Elizabeth 


1 ,550.04 






Ford, Robert 


1,721.98 






Formosa, Evan 


2,662.82 







79 









1988/ 


Name 


1990 


1989 


Prior 


Frank, David B. & Robyn L. 


1,452.56 






Fricke, Donna 




1,297.82 




Gagne, Ivan & Barbara 


1,405.00 






Garland, Donald R. 


495.18 






Garland, Donald R. 


173.73 






Garland, Donald & Crosby, Gladys 


475.36 






Garland, Walter & Doreen 


2,907.32 






Garland, Wendall & Karen 


1,844.40 


1,735.45 




Gauthier, Mark 


2,230.60 


2,133.12 




Gelinas, Emile R. 


2,554.91 


1,571.22 


1,177.82 


Glidden, Melvin & Patricia 


1,032.89 






Goff, Florence 


1,718.73 






Golden Circle Road Assn. 


214.66 


206.31 




Goodwin, Steven & Carolyn 


2,676.96 






Gordon, Donald & MacKinnon, Ann 


2,232.46 






Goslin, Randall & Donna 


3,848.32 


2,772.86 




Gosselin, Richard 


12,863.61 






Gosselin, Richard 


335.23 






Gowen, Gerald W. 


548.16 






Gray, Dean 


473.34 


124.78 




Gray, Lawrence W. & Barbara A. 


1,175.16 






Grondin, Sterling & Nancy 


924.37 


933.82 




Gullison, Joyce L. 


804.56 






Harding, Thonnas & Arleeta 


340.18 






Harmon, Scott T. 


108.84 






Harmon, Scott T. 


2,351.17 






Hennessey, Michael P. 


404.65 






Henning, Ken 


56.98 






Hinton, Virginia 


473.34 


452.82 




Hodgdon, Royce 


1,389.15 


1,340.61 




Hogan, Kerry & Eileen 


4,205.05 


3,199.53 




Hogan, Kerry & Eileen 


1,618.65 






Hogan, Kevin & Nancy 


1,410.50 






Hogan, Richard & Paula, Heirs 








of Maude Young 


311.31 






Howard, Donald & Sylvia 


584.70 






Howard, Donald & Sylvia 


737.33 


702.30 




Howard, Donald & Sylvia 


2,526.11 


2,313.63 




Howard, Donald 


1,861.68 


1,781.15 




Howard, Donald 


396.80 


377.23 




Howard, Everett A. 


102.23 






Howard, Everett & Donald 


1,904.26 


1,846.91 




Howard, Marion W. 


242.52 


229.98 




Howard, Marion W. 


609.20 


583.73 





80 









1988/ 


Name 


1990 


1989 


Prior 


Howard, Marion W. 


426.13 


406.38 




Howard, Marion W. 


707.20 


423.36 




Hudson, Ronald & JoAnn 


3,730.38 


3,557.26 




Hudson, Ronald H., Jr. 


736.39 


704.70 




Huppe, Timothy & Wendy 


592.29 






Huse, Thomas & Delia 


2,123.67 






Hussey, Kenneth 


104.47 


100.79 


37.62 


Inland Acres Associates 


486.44 


465.76 




Inland Acrea Associates 


632.11 


605.25 




Inland Acres Associates 


252.33 


241.44 




Jackson, Kenneth L., Jr. 


1,063.10 


802.51 




Jackson, Kenneth L., Jr. 


2,282.39 


2,182.25 




James, Kenneth & Karen 


3,126.38 






Johnston, Robert H. & Norma 


294.45 






Kearney, William 






2,973.16 


Keegan, James 


197.02 






Kenyon, Kimberly D. 




38.34 




Kimball, Howard & Nancy 


621.77 


121.88 




King, Lindsay et al 


957.98 






Krasner, Emmanuel 


5,750.71 






LaPierre, Michael & Ethel 


332.60 


207.31 




LaPointe, Ronald J. & Gail M. 


1,832.50 






Leavy, Cal A. 


283.44 






Leeman, Albert & Yvonne 


94.67 






Legere, Gerard & Regina 


179.78 






Leighton, Steven & Webb, Ear 


431.88 


268.90 




Leighton, Steven & Webb, Ear 


285.04 


171.85 




Leighton, Steven & Webb, Ear 


287.23 


173.97 




Leighton, Steven & Webb, Ear 


285.04 


171.85 




Leighton, Steven & Webb, Ear 


531.73 


317.84 




Leighton, Steven & Webb, Ear 


613.57 


367.56 




Lemay, Larry & Steven 


1,971.93 






Lemieux, Melvin & Elaine 


3,216.20 


3,076.10 




Lepine, Charles, Jr. 


1,062.74 


642.63 


736.39 


Lizotte, Roger & Diane 


320.75 






Local Colour Development 


105.48 






Local Colour Development 


1,363.04 






Lopes, Kevin & Asaro, Glen 


312.90 


198.03 




Lover, Lawrence 


1,978.74 






Masson, Joseph A. 


1,890.45 






Masson, Joseph A. 


1,609.02 






Mathieu, Ronald & Josephine 


1,782.25 


1,776.10 




Mazza, Ethel W. 


1,653.42 






McCarthy, Jeremiah & Susan 


2,271.52 


2,482.82 





81 









1988/ 


Name 


1990 


1989 


Prior 


McDuffee, Steven & Kristie 


317.21 






Mclnerney, Sally 


646.50 






Melanson, Bryon S. 


467.90 


448.53 




Meoli, Richard 


76.07 


73.90 




Meoli, Richard 


71.11 


69.19 




Michaud, Oscar & Stella 


390.43 


374.23 


420.18 


Migneault, Amalia & Stewart, K. 


1,204.62 


1,153.57 


1,806.26 


Miller, Marie L. 


2,119.30 






Moody, Timothy & Cheryl 


2,333.20 






Mooney, Shirley A. 


1,447.92 






Morong, Bennett K. & Candace 


967.89 






Morong, Bennett K. & Candace 


1,973.45 






Moulton, Paul R. & Linda S. 


55.50 






Murphy, James E. 


710.30 


680.19 


542.29 


Murphy, Patrick J. & Jane A. 


93.47 






Murray, Linda M. 


1,648.88 


592.46 


823.31 


Murray, Richard & Alice 


408.97 


391 .46 




Murtaugh, William 


830.27 


794.05 




Northern Land Traders, Inc. 


5,905.51 


5,646.65 




Northern Land Traders, Inc. 


2,927.46 


2,799.05 




Northern Land Traders, Inc. 


291.59 


279.11 




Northern Land Traders, Inc. 


273.05 


261.89 




Northern Land Traders, Inc. 


275.23 


264.05 




Olson, Fredericka B. 


48.44 






Page, Rene 


926.29 






Paquette, Gregg 


108.73 






Patch, Bruce & Beverly 


426.46 






Patch, William 


847.74 


409.70 




Pecor, Richard & Wasik, Francis 


569.40 


545.39 




Percy, Donald W. & Frances 


573.52 






Pike, Lester & Eileen 


178.62 


308.56 




Pike, Lester & Eileen 


1,434.54 


2,714.03 




Pike, Lester & Eileen 


4,150.58 


3,389.45 




Pike, Mary D. 


165.57 






Pitre, Joseph & Dianne 


680.76 


651.97 




Pitre, Joseph DBA Pitre Ent. 


300.92 


289.17 




Pitre, Joseph & Diane 


1,185.24 


1,183.59 




Politano, John F. 


1,045.62 






Potocki, Paul 


1,804.94 






Putney, Lisa 


660.04 


632.57 


599.99 


Rancourt, Claude C. - Trustee 








Rancourt Village 


527.34 






Randall, Ralph & LeClerc, Jo 


557.67 






Rasch, Ronald & Mona 


2,687.92 







82 



Name 1990 1989 

Reeves, Joseph & Christine 171.02 114.46 

Reil, Nancy L. 531.51 

Ridley, Charlotte 695.21 715.32 

Rollins, Jeffrey S. & Cathy L. 1 ,747.08 

Rooney, Elaine 621.45 

Rousseau, Wesley J. 3,449.78 

Rowe, Elmer & Sylvia 2,372.49 1,476.47 

S & W Enterprises 3,976.83 3,786.98 

Salvo, Joseph 73.88 

Salvo, Joseph 87.52 

Saulnier, Paul H. & Gayle A. 2,241 .52 

Scher, Asya & Vitalij 836.82 90.64 

Scher, Asya & Vitalij 742.36 

Seacoast Modular Services 171.02 114.46 

Seale, Jane 760.48 

Semons, Margaret R. 95.39 

Seymour, John P. & Kim 387.25 

Shapiro, Barbara 203.16 41.39 

Sheehan, John P. & Carole A. 1 ,580.09 

Silver, Richard & Mary Ellen 518.82 1,032.99 

Simpson, Raph & Bessie 

Smith, Robert G. 328.01 

Smith, Timothy B. 1,241.76 

Smith, William L. 332.40 

Solari, Reynold & Lauri 1 ,698.91 1 ,004.25 

Soucy, Virginia 1,592.08 1,487.65 

Sowards, Regina 326.02 312.89 

Stanley, Marlene 2,136.72 2,043.77 

Staples, Frank M. & Thelma M. 1 ,794.79 

Staples, Hov\/ard Sr. 476.71 

Sunderland, James & Varney, Tim 3,556.04 2,605.36 

Talon, Robert E. 584.11 

Tarmey, Darrell & Donna 1,523.35 420.83 

Tattersall, Robert & Joyce 455.82 

Temple, Charles & Mildred 177.57 170.81 

Thayer, Richard & Sandy A. 1 ,086.70 

Thomas, Joseph & Faye 891.11 50*.82 

Thompson, Wendell & Roberta 2,146.74 1,899.15 

Tibbetts, Lester & Gloria 976.53 933.98 

Tibbetts, Lester & Gloria 346.15 331.85 

Tibbetts, Lester G. 953.61 

Tiews, Marilyn J. 3,068.70 

Trant, David 74.95 

Trant, David 70.05 



1988/ 
Prior 



1,324.71 



241.29 



83 



1988/ 
Name 1990 1989 Prior 



Trant, Joseph S. 


74.95 






Trant, Joseph S. 


70.05 






Tuck, Clayton G. & Alice E. 


326.43 






Tufts, Franklin & Octavia 


626.15 


599.23 




Vachon, Don & Debra 


1,362.20 


1,310.38 


83.02 


Vincent, Robert W.& Paula A. 


20.32 






Walsh, Barry E. & Donna E 


983.42 






Whitehouse, Bertram 0. Sr. & D. 


55.50 






Whitten, Joseph & Dorothy 


2,305.04 


1,392.07 




Wicks, Walter W. & Rose 


351.11 






Wilderness Land Invest. Inc. 


174.35 






Willard, Frank & Darleen 


681.43 






Wilson, Fred II 


2,817.46 






Wojtysiak, Anthony, Sr. 


262.71 


168.66 




Welters, Betty Lou 


2,867.13 






Yoder, Daniel S. & Patricia 


372.66 






Young, Doris 




234.85 




Young, Fred A. 


416.58 







TOTALS 350,510.82 123,524.64 11,536.53 



84 



MINUTES TOWN MEETING 
March 13, 1991 

Emmanuel Krasner, Moderater, opened the meeting at 7:10 P.M. He read the 
election results from March 12, 1991. This covered Articles 1 through 6. 

ARTICLE 1 . To choose one Selectman for three years, one Selectman for two 
years, one Treasurer for one year, three Budget Committee 
members for three years, two Budget Committee members for 
two years, one Budget Committee member for one year, and one 
Trustee of the Trust Fund for three years. 

ARTICLE 2. Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment Number 1, 
amending section 3.6 of the Town of Farmington Land Use Or- 
dinance as proposed by the Planning Board to allow business 
and commercial uses including retail sales by special exception 
in the industrial district. Yes 355 No 115 

ARTICLE 3. Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment Number 2 as pro- 
posed by tlie Planning Board for the Town of Farmington Land 
Use Ordinance to create an Aquifer Protection Zone to "protect, 
preserve and maintain existing and potential ground water sup- 
ply and ground water recharge areas within the known aquifer 
from adverse development or land use practice." the proposed 
amendment prohibits certain uses and permits certain uses 
within the zone. It includes part or all of the following tax map lot 
numbers: U7 lot 15; U1 lots 10, 11, 12, 23, 24, 25, 26, and 27; 
R46 lots 1, 1A, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, and 8; and R50 lot 2. Copies of this 
proposed amendment are available for inspection at the Town 
Clerk's office, the Selectmen's office and posted in the Town 
Hall, Osgoods, and the Post Office. Yes 388 No 93. 

ARTICLE 4. Are you in favor of adopting by reference as an ordinance the 
Boca National Building Code of 1990, and to repeal all provisions 
of the 1985 Boca Code (Adopted by the Town, March, 1986) in 
conflict therewith? Yes 256 No 174 

ARTICLE 5. Are you in favor of authorizing the Planning Board to adopt site 
review regulations that will cover and control a change of use or 
expansion of use for nonresidential uses or residential uses 
where there are more than two dwellings per lot as provided in 
RSA 674:43. This will update the Site Review Regulations regard- 
ing applicability, 2.04 of the Site Review Regulations. Copies of 
this proposed ordinance are available for inspection at the Town 
Clerk's office, the Selectmen's office and posted in the Town 
Hall, Osgood's, and the Post Office, Yes 269 No 198 



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ARTICLE 6. Are you in favor of amending the Land Use Ordinance to add a 
new section entitled "Special Downtown District" which would 
exempt commercial development in certain areas of the Town of 
Farmington from Site Review Regulations? Copies of this pro- 
posed amendment are available for inspection at the Town 
Clerk's office and the Selectmen's office and posted in the Town 
Hall, Osgood's, and the Post Office. (By petition) (The Planning 
Board does not have a recommendation on this article.) 

Yes 183 No 276 

ARTICLE 7. To see if the Town will vote to indemnify and hold harmless the 
Selectmen, administrative staff, or agencies for any loss, claims 
or causes of action arising out of or in the course of performance 
of their official duties. 

John Scruton made a motion to accept as read, seconded by 
Patty Conway. No discussion. Approved by voice vote. 

ARTICLE 8. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen to borrow 
notes to the credit of the Town such sums of money as may be 
necessary to meet current expenses in anticipation of Taxes. 

John Scruton made a motion to accept as read, secpnded by 
Willis Berry. No discussion. Approved by voice vote. 

ARTICLE 9. To see if the Town will ratify the agreement negotiated between 
the Board of Selectmen and Davidson Rubber in settlement of 
claims by the Town against Davidson Rubber Company relating 
to the release of contaminants on and beneath the Sara Green- 
field property, and requiring Davidson Rubber Company to 
remediate the aquifer beneath the Sarah Greenfield property so 
as to once again be suitable for use as a public drinking water 
supply for the Town. Under the Terms of the Settlement, David- 
son Rubber Company has paid the Town $525,000 for the cost of 
a new drinking water supply well and in repayment of legal and 
consulting costs, in partial settlement of the Town's claims. The 
$525,000 is now held in an escrow account pending Town 
ratification of the agreement. To facilitate remediation, the 
selectmen have negotiated a limited restrictive covenant with 
Davidson Rubber Company to limit the use by the Town of cer- 
tain portions of the Sarah Greenfield property for a time period 
not to exceed thirty years, and to refrain from using the aquifer 
beneath the Sarah Greenfield property for drinking water pur- 
poses until the aquifer meets all applicable legal standards 
governing public drinking water supplies. A copy of the Agree- 
ment is posted for inspection at the Selectmen's offices. Town 
Hall, Osgoods, and the Post Office. 



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William Tsiros made a motion to accept as read, seconded by 
Mary Barron. After much discussion, it was approved by voice 
vote. 

ARTICLE 10. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
$2,996,853 (two million nine hundred ninety-six thousand, eight 
hundred fifty-three dollars) for the operation, expenses, and com- 
mitments of the Town Government which represents the bottom 
line of column number 3 (the Selectmen's budget) in the posted 
budget (MS-7). Said sum includes Article 11 through Article 14 
but is exclusive of special Article 15 and 16. (Budget Committee 
recommends $3,001,397 (three million one thousand three hun- 
dred ninety-seven) inclusive of Articles 11 through 16. 

John Scruton made a motion to raise and appropriate 
$2,996,853. Donald Gordon seconded. Mary Barron made a mo- 
tion to amend to add $544 for the Woman's Resource Center (Ar- 
ticle 15). Patty Conway seconded. The amendment was ap- 
proved by voice vote after an explanation of the center was 
made. Mary Barron made a motion to add $4,000 for CAP (Article 
16) with the following conditions: 

A. Office to be open a minimum of 4 hours per day/three days 
per week from November 15 through March 15. 

B. Hours to be posted and met. 

C. Office to be staffed by a person qualified to make decisions. 

William Tsiros seconded. Linda Ghareeb offered a friendly 
amendment to say that the person staffing the office be qualified 
to take fuel assistance applications and qualified to make deci- 
sions on those applications. This was accepted as a friendly 
amendment. The amendment was approved by voice vote. 
Richard Moulton made a motion to amend Article 14 down to 
$190,000 as it was not going to cost as much as originally 
thought. Donald Gordon seconded and the amendment was ap- 
proved by voice vote. A petition to vote Article 1 4 by secret ballot 
was presented to the moderator. There was a call to open the 
polls at 8:05 PM and close them at 8:20 PM. Since it was evident 
that voting would not be complete at 8:20 PM, a motion was 
made and seconded to keep the polls open until 8:30. The 
meeting was called back to order at 8:30. The vote on Article 14 
was 1 40 Yes and 43 No. After much discussion on the various ar- 
ticles involved, the original motion as amended ($2,991 ,397) was 
approved by voice vote. 



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ARTICLE 11. To see if the Town will vote to pay only under protest any and all 
sums mandated by the State in violation of the State Constitution 
which are included in this budget and which the Board of 
Selectmen deem expedient to pay pending resolution of their 
constitutionality and to refuse to pay those sums mandated by 
the State in violation of the State Constitution which the Board of 
Selectmen deem inexpedient to pay. (As voted in Article 10.) 

ARTICLE 12. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate $3,000 to 
purchase property for the new well and if necessary go the route 
of condemnation under eminent domain to obtain land for wells 
four and five. (The Cemetery Association has generously agreed 
to sell most of the land needed for $1.) (As voted in Article 10.) 

ARTICLE 13. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate $397,000 to 
construct new wells, a pumping station and necessary 
transmission lines. $400,000 plus interest from the Davidson 
Settlement is being set aside for Articles 12 and 13. (As voted in 
Article 10.) 

ARTICLE 14. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate two hundred 
thousand dollars $200,000 for the purchase of a 1 500 gallon fire 
truck and authorize the withdrawal of thirty-five thousand eight 
hundred and sixteen dollars ($35,816) plus interest from the 
Capital Reserve Fund created for that purpose. (As voted in 
Article 10.) 

ARTICLE 15. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate $544 for the 
Woman's Resource Center, (by petition) (Recommended by the 
Budget Committee) (As voted in Article 10.) 

ARTICLE 16. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
$4,000 for Strafford County Community Action, (by petition) 
(Recommended by the Budget Committee) (As voted in Article 
10.) 

ARTICLE 17. This article to be voted on to determine if the people will desolve 
the Office of Town Administrator and replace the Town 
Administrator with a full time position for one of the elected 
Selectman at a salary of $20,000 per year. This act will put the 
administration of town business in the hands of the voters 
through their elected representative. If this article is adopted it 
will go into effect 90 days from passage of the article, to insure 
proper transition of duties. (By Petition) 

A motion to table was made by Barbara Spear, duly seconded. 
After much discussion, Butch Barron called the question, was 



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duly seconded and approved by voice vote. The nnotion to table 
was approved by voice vote. At this time it was asked to go to Ar- 
ticle 22. 

ARTICLE 22. To see if the Town will vote to adopt the Ordinance for Registra- 
tion and Operation of Bicycles as proposed by the Board of 
Selectmen. Copies of this proposed ordinance are available for 
inspection at the Town Clerk's office, the Selectmen's office and 
posted in the Town Hall, Osgoods, and the Post Office. 

A motion to reject by Gerald Easson was duly seconded. After 
much discussion, the Article was rejected by voice vote. We then 
went back to Articles 18, 19, 20, and 21. 

ARTICLE 18. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen 
to apply for, receive and expend without further action by Town 
Meeting, Federal and State grants which may become available 
during the course of the year, in accordance with RSA 31:95-b 
and also to accept and expend money from any governmental 
unit or private source without further action by Town Meeting, to 
be used for purposes for which the Town may legally appropriate 
money. 

ARTICLE 19. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen 
to accept on behalf of the Town gifts, legacies and devises made 
to the Town in trust for any public purpose, as permitted by RSA 
31:19. 

ARTICLE 20. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen 
to transfer Tax Liens and convey property acquired by the Town 
by Tax Collector's Deed by Public Auction (or advertised sealed 
bids) or in such other manner as determined by the Selectmen as 
justice may require. 

John Scruton moved to approve as read Articles 18 through 20 
as they were standard Articles. Patty Conway seconded. This 
was approved by voice vote. 

ARTICLE 21. To see if the Town will relinquish all claims it might have to that 
portion of Courtland Street which shows on the Town Tax Map 
between Lot numbers U1 1 1 7, U1 1 1 8, U5 1 66, and U5 1 65 ex- 
cepting that portion currently maintained as a street and plowed 
as a cul-de-sac by the Town. 

A motion by John Scruton to approve as read was seconded by 
Barbara Spear and approved by voice vote. (Now to Article 23) 

ARTICLE 23. To authorize the Selectmen to sell to the highest bidder munici- 



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pal vehicles and other equipment as determined by the 
Selectmen. 

Patty Conway made a motion to approve as read, seconded by 
Ann MacKinnon and approved by voice vote. 

ARTICLE 24. To see if the Town will authorize the Selectmen to negotiate with 
and in their sole discretion reach a settlement with Norman and 
Dorothy Parent and Joan E. Deptula or the current owners of tax 
map parcel U 09 lot 37 on a piece of land which is in dispute. The 
right to sell or otherwise agree upon the disposition of up to one 
acre of land from the Town's parcel U 09 lot 31 is specifically 
included in this authority. 

John Scruton moved to accept as read, seconded by Mary 
Barron and approved by voice vote. A motion to table Articles 25 
through 27 was made by John Scruton and duly seconded. A 
friendly amendment to do Articles 25 and 26 together and Article 
27 separately was accepted, (see Article 26.) 

ARTICLE 25. This Article is to be voted on to determine if the people will 
desolve the Zoning Board of Adjustment. If this Article is adopted 
it is to take place immediately. (By Petition) (See Article 26.) 

ARTICLE 26. This Article to be voted on to determine if the people will desolve 
the Sight Review Board. If this Article is adopted it is to take 
place immediately. (By Petition) 

After much discussion. Butch Barron called the question, 
seconded by Ann MacKinnon. This motion was approved by 
voice vote. The vote to table Articles 25 and 26 was approved by 
voice vote. 

ARTICLE 27. This Article to be voted on to determine if the people will desolve 
the Office of the Building Inspector. If this Article is adopted it is 
to take place immediately. (By Petition) 

John Scruton made a motion to table, duly seconded. Randy 
Orvis made a point of order to read the question. The motion was 
withdrawn. Randy Orivs moved to reject the Article seconded by 
Ann MacKinnon. It was felt that the same job could be done in a 
halftime position with a reduced pay of $10,000 and eliminating 
the secretarial position and appoint a part-time Planning and 
Zoning secretary. After much discussion, Donald Gordon called 
the question. This was duly seconded. The motion to cut off 
debate was approved by voice vote. The motion to reject the 
Article was approved by voice vote after much discussion 



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concerning what a yes vote or no vote would mean. 

ARTICLE 28. To transact such other business as may legally come before this 
meeting. 

A reminder of the dedication in the Town Report to Ken Dickie 
was made along with mention of past dedications of Wayne 
Spear (deceased) and William Cooper. 

The meeting was adjourned at 10:30 PM following a motion to 
adjourn duly seconded and approved by voice vote. 



Kathy L. Vickers 
Town Clerk 



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SPECIAL TOWN MEETING MINUTES 

June 4, 1991 

This Special Town Meeting opened at 7:02 PM with Moderator Emmanuel 
Krasner calling the meeting to order and reading Warrant Article 1. 

ARTICLE 1. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of $45,000 
for the purchase of the parcel of land known as the Hayward 
Block, Tax map U6, lot 23, 24 and for expenses associated with 
the demolition of the building and filling of the area. (Recom- 
mended by the Budget Committee.) 

A motion to approve was made by Donald Gordon and seconded 
by Barbara Spear. After much discussion, Walter McGuigan 
moved the question. Barry Elliott seconded. The motion to move 
the question was approved by voice vote. The vote by voice vote 
was taken and was too close to call. A show of hands was asked 
for. Donald Howard presented a petition for secret ballot. A short 
recess was taken to set up for balloting. The ballot vote started at 
7:50 PM. After determining if everyone who wanted to vote did a 
motion was made by Barry Elliott to close the polls. This was 
seconded by Ann MacKinnon and approved by voice vote. The 
results of the vote was: Yes 39 No 30. 

ARTICLE 2. To transact such other business as may legally come before this 
meeting. A motion to adjourn at 8:05 was made by Ann MacKin- 
non, duly seconded and approved by voice vote. 



Kathy L. Vickers 
Town Clerk 



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OFFICE HOURS - TOWN HALL 

TOWN CLERK — TAX COLLECTOR 

9 AM ■ 5 PM • Monday thru Friday 

Closed Wednesday 1 PM • 5 PM 

SELECTMEN'S OFFICE 
8 AM - 4 PM 

Board of Adjustment - Meets First Thursday each Month 
7:00 PM • Court Room Building 

Planning Board ■ Meets Second and Fourth Tuesday each Month 
7:30 PM - Court Room Building 

Conservation Commission • First Monday 
7:30 PM • Court Room Building 

Police Emergency & Ambulance 755-2231 

Police Business 755-2731 

Rre Department (to report fires only) 755-2222 

Fire Department (business phone only) 755-2131 

Town Clerk - Tax Collector 755-3657 

Selectmen's Office 755-2208 

Water & Sewer Department 755-4883 

Building Inspector's Office/Planning & Zoning 755-2774 

Hours: Monday - Friday 8 AM - 4 PM 

Goodwin Public Library 755-2944 
Rural District Health Council 

Visiting Nurses 755-2202 

Highway Garage 755-4884