File - 2011 Annual Town Report

File - 2011 Annual Town Report
MOULTONBOROUGH
2011
MOULTONBOROUGH
MOULTONBOROUGH
2011
2011
ANNUAL
REPORT
ANNUAL
ANNUAL
REPORT
REPORT
TOWN
MOULTONBOROUGH
TOWN
TOWN
OFOF
MOULTONBOROUGH
OF
MOULTONBOROUGH
PHONE
NUMBERS
PHONE
PHONE
NUMBERS
NUMBERS
TOWN HALL
TOWN TOWN
HALL HALL
EMERGENCY 911
EMERGENCY
EMERGENCY
911
911
Administration ...................................... 476-2347 Police ..................................... 476-2400, 476-2305
Administration
Administration
......................................
......................................
476-2347476-2347
Police .....................................
Police .....................................
476-2400,476-2400,
476-2305476-2305
Town Administrator ........................... 476-2347 Fire Station (burn permits) ................. 476-5658
Town Administrator
Town Administrator
...........................
...........................
476-2347476-2347
Fire Station
Fire(burn
Station
permits)
(burn.................
permits) 476-5658
................. 476-5658
Town Assessor ...................................... 476-2347
Town Assessor
Town Assessor
......................................
......................................
476-2347476-2347Sheriff ’s Department ............... 1-800-552-8960
Town Clerk ............................................ 476-2347
Sheriff ’s Department
Sheriff ’s Department
............... 1-800-552-8960
............... 1-800-552-8960
Town Clerk
Town
............................................
Clerk ............................................
476-2347476-2347
Tax Collector ........................................ 476-2347
State Police – Troop E ........................ 323-8112
Tax Collector
Tax Collector
........................................
........................................
476-2347476-2347
State Police
State
– Troop
Police E– ........................
Troop E ........................
323-8112323-8112
Land Use Boards ................................. 476-2347
Senior
Meals
Program
.........................
476-5110
Land UseLand
Boards
Use.................................
Boards .................................
476-2347476-2347
Senior Meals
Senior
Program
Meals Program
.........................
.........................
476-5110 476-5110
Code & Health Department ........... 476-2347
Code & Health
Code &Department
Health Department
........... 476-2347
........... 476-2347Poison Information Center ................ 643-4000
Human Services ................................... 476-2347
Poison Information
Poison Information
Center ................
Center 643-4000
................ 643-4000
Human Services
Human ...................................
Services ...................................
476-2347476-2347
Library ..................................................... 476-8895 Lake Patrol .............................................. 293-2037
Library .....................................................
Library .....................................................
476-8895476-8895
Lake Patrol
Lake
..............................................
Patrol ..............................................
293-2037293-2037
Recreation Department ..................... 476-8868 Lakes Region General Hospital
Recreation
Recreation
Department
Department
.....................
.....................
476-8868476-8868
Lakes Region
LakesGeneral
RegionHospital
General Hospital
Public Works – Road Agent ............ 253-7445
Public Works
Public
– Road
WorksAgent
– Road
............
Agent
253-7445
............ 253-7445
(Laconia) ...... 524-3211
Visiting Nurses ...................................... 476-2350
(Laconia)
(Laconia)
...... 524-3211
...... 524-3211
Visiting Nurses
Visiting......................................
Nurses ......................................
476-2350476-2350
Waste Management Facility ............ 476-8800 Huggins Hospital (Wolfeboro) ......... 569-2150
Waste Management
Waste Management
Facility ............
Facility
476-8800
............ 476-8800
Huggins Hospital
Huggins (Wolfeboro)
Hospital (Wolfeboro)
......... 569-2150
......... 569-2150
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1
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22
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11
Selectmen’s Meetings
Selectmen’s
Selectmen’s
MeetingsMeetings
1st & 3rd & 5th Thursday (Business) at 7p.m.; 4th Thursday (Workshop) at 4p.m.
1st & 3rd1st
& 5th
& 3rd
Thursday
& 5th Thursday
(Business)(Business)
at 7p.m.; at
4th7p.m.;
Thursday
4th Thursday
(Workshop)
(Workshop)
at 4p.m. at 4p.m.
Meeting Room at Town Hall
Meeting Room
Meeting
at Room
Town Hall
at Town Hall
Town Hall Hours
Town Hall
Town
Hours
Hall Hours
Monday thru Friday 7:30a.m. – 4p.m.
Monday thru
Monday
Friday
thru
7:30a.m.
Friday –7:30a.m.
4p.m. – 4p.m.
Town Clerk’s Office Hours
Town Clerk’s
Town Office
Clerk’sHours
Office Hours
Monday thru Friday 9a.m. – 12p.m. & 1p.m. – 4p.m.
Monday thru
Monday
Friday
thru
9a.m.
Friday
– 12p.m.
9a.m. &
– 12p.m.
1p.m. –&4p.m.
1p.m. – 4p.m.
Tax Collector’s Office Hours
TaxMonday
Collector’s
Taxthru
Collector’s
Office
Hours
Office Hours
Friday 9a.m.– 4p.m.
Monday thru
Monday
Friday
thru
9a.m.–
Friday
4p.m.
9a.m.– 4p.m.
Zoning Board & Planning Board Meetings
Zoning
Board
Zoning&Board
Planning
& Planning
Board Meetings
Board Meetings
Zoning Board 1st & 3rd Wed. at 7:30p.m., Planning Board 2nd & 4th Wed. at 7:00p.m.
Zoning Board
Zoning
1stBoard
& 3rd1st
Wed.
& 3rd
at 7:30p.m.,
Wed. at 7:30p.m.,
Planning Planning
Board 2nd
Board
& 4th2nd
Wed.
& 4th
at 7:00p.m.
Wed. at 7:00p.m.
Meeting Room at Town Hall
Meeting Room
Meeting
at Room
Town Hall
at Town Hall
Conservation Commission
Conservation
Conservation
Commission
Commission
1st Monday of every month at 7p.m.
1st Monday
1st of
Monday
every month
of everyatmonth
7p.m. at 7p.m.
Meeting Room at Town Hall
Meeting Room
Meeting
at Room
Town Hall
at Town Hall
Waste Management Facility Hours
Waste
Management
Waste Management
Facility Hours
Facility Hours
Sunday 1p.m. – 5p.m.; Mon., Tues., Fri., Sat. 8:30a.m. – 5p.m.
Sunday 1p.m.
Sunday
– 5p.m.;
1p.m.Mon.,
– 5p.m.;
Tues.,
Mon.,
Fri.,Tues.,
Sat. 8:30a.m.
Fri., Sat. –8:30a.m.
5p.m. – 5p.m.
Closed: Wednesdays, Thursdays & Holidays
Closed: Wednesdays,
Closed: Wednesdays,
Thursdays
Thursdays
& Holidays
& Holidays
Library Hours
Library Hours
Library Hours
Mon. thru Thurs. 10a.m. – 8p.m.; Fri. 10a.m. – 5p.m.; Sat. 10a.m. – 2p.m.
Mon. thruMon.
Thurs.
thru
10a.m.
Thurs.
– 8p.m.;
10a.m.Fri.
– 8p.m.;
10a.m.Fri.
– 5p.m.;
10a.m.Sat.
– 5p.m.;
10a.m.
Sat.
– 2p.m.
10a.m. – 2p.m.
Web Address
Web Address
Web Address
http://www.moultonboroughnh.gov
http://www.moultonboroughnh.gov
http://www.moultonboroughnh.gov
LAKE
WINNIPESAUKEE
MILFOIL
REMOVAL
PROJECT
LAKE
WINNIPESAUKEE
LAKE
WINNIPESAUKEE
MILFOIL
MILFOIL
REMOVAL
REMOVAL
PROJECT
PROJECT
ANNUAL REPORT
OF THE
OFFICERS
OF THE
TOWN OF MOULTONBOROUGH
Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 2011
This is to certify that the information contained in this report, taken from our Official
Records, is complete to the best of our knowledge and belief.
Joel R. Mudgett, Chairman
Edward J. Charest
James F. Gray
Betsey L. Patten
Russell C. Wakefield
BOARD OF SELECTMEN
Table of Contents
Title Page ...................................................................................................................................................... 1
Dedications ................................................................................................................................................... 3
Town Officers ............................................................................................................................................4-9
Board of Selectmen Chairman’s Report ..................................................................................................... 10
Town Administrators Report ...................................................................................................................... 11
Town Meeting Minutes – March 08 – 12, 2011 ....................................................................................12-21
TOWN WARRANT FOR 2012 ..........................................................................................................23-35
2012 BUDGET......................................................................................................................................36-46
Summary of Inventory ................................................................................................................................ 47
Summary of Tax Rates................................................................................................................................ 48
Schedule of Town Property ...................................................................................................................49-50
Comparative Statement – Appropriations and Taxes Assessed .............................................................51-53
Comparative Statement – Appropriations and Expenditures .................................................................54-55
Town Office Report – Revenues................................................................................................................. 56
Summary of Payments ...........................................................................................................................57-58
Auditor’s Letter......................................................................................................................................59-95
Tax Collector .........................................................................................................................................96-97
Town Clerk ............................................................................................................................................98-99
Supervisors of the Checklist ....................................................................................................................... 99
Treasurer ................................................................................................................................................... 100
Advisory Budget Committee .............................................................................................................101-102
Trustees of the Trust Funds................................................................................................................103-107
Development Services Office (Land Use & Code Enforcement) ......................................................108-110
Planning Board...................................................................................................................................111-112
Zoning Board of Adjustment .................................................................................................................... 113
Conservation Commission ........................................................................................................................ 114
Heritage Commission................................................................................................................................ 115
Master Plan Implementation Committee .................................................................................................. 116
Capital Improvement Program Committee ............................................................................................... 117
Milfoil Committee .............................................................................................................................118-119
Milfoil Joint Board.............................................................................................................................119-120
Town Assessor .......................................................................................................................................... 121
Fire-Rescue Department & Emergency Services Department...........................................................122-123
Red Hill Forest Fire Lookout Tower......................................................................................................... 123
Fire-Rescue Personnel .............................................................................................................................. 124
Fire-Rescue Auxiliary............................................................................................................................... 125
Forest Fire Warden and State Forest Ranger .....................................................................................126-127
Moultonborough Emergency Management .............................................................................................. 128
Public Works Department..................................................................................................................129-132
Adopt-A-Spot............................................................................................................................................ 133
Household Hazardous Waste Day ............................................................................................................ 134
Lakes Regional Hazardous Waste Collection ........................................................................................... 135
Police Department..............................................................................................................................136-143
Blue Ribbon Commission on Community Services and Facilities ........................................................... 144
Community Service Team ........................................................................................................................ 145
Human Services Director .......................................................................................................................... 146
Recreation Department ......................................................................................................................147-148
Recreation Advisory Budget Committee .................................................................................................. 149
Visiting Nurse Service .......................................................................................................................150-151
Moultonborough Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Coalition.......................................................... 152
Joint Loss Management Committee.......................................................................................................... 153
Public Library ....................................................................................................................................154-156
Vital Records:
Births............................................................................................................................................ 157
Marriages/Civil Unions................................................................................................................ 158
Deaths .......................................................................................................................................... 159
Office Hours and Scheduled Meetings ..................................................................................................... 160
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We Dedicate This Town Report To:
Mel Borrin
March 11, 1943 – September 8, 2011
Mr. Melvin B. “Mel” Borrin, our Town Moderator these past 28 years passed
away at his home on September 8, 2011. Amongst his many other services to the
Town were his 15 years with our Fire Department as a volunteer firefighter,
service as Planning Board chairman and past board member, Governor
Wentworth Regional School District past board member; and with the
Moultonborough School District as chairman, past board member and moderator.
We thank him for his distinguished service.
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TOWN OFFICERS
Representatives to the General Court
State Senate – District 3
Jeb Bradley
Carroll County District 4
Christopher J. Ahlgren
J. David Knox
Betsey L. Patten
Stephen J. Schmidt
Board of Selectmen
Joel Mudgett, Chair, 2012
Edward J. Charest, 2014
James F. Gray, 2012
Betsey L. Patten, 2013
Russell C. Wakefield, 201
Tax Collector
Susette M. Remson 2014
Sally A. Blais, Deputy Tax Collector
Town Clerk
Barbara E. Wakefield, 2014
Kathleen E. Remson, Deputy Town Clerk
Lianne Dionne, Office Clerk
Treasurer
Laura Hilliard, 2012
Noel Cantwell, Deputy Treasurer
Moderator
Melvin B. Borrin, (2011 Deceased)
Jerry Hopkins, (Interim Moderator)
Supervisors of the Checklist
Laurie Whitley, 2012
Cheryl Kahn, 2014
Sally Carver, 2016
Trustees of Trust Funds
Kenneth L. Taylor, Chair 2012
John H. Porter Jr., 2014
Jordan Prouty, 2013
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Planning Board
Joanne K. Coppinger, Chair 2012
R. Natt King, Vice Chair, 2012
Judy Ryerson, 2014
Jane Fairchild, (Resigned Sept. 2011)
Chris Maroun, 2013
Peter Jensen, 2012
Tom Howard, 2014
Keith Nelson, Alt., 2012
Ed Charest, Sel. Rep.
James Gray, Sel. Alt.
Zoning Board of Adjustment
Robert Stephens, Chair 2014
Jerry D. Hopkins, Vice Chair 2012
Russell Nolin, 2014
Ray Heal, 2012
Robert Zewski, Alt. 2012
Nicol Roseberry, Alt., 2013
Joseph Crowe, Alt. 2014
Kevin McCarthy (Resigned April 2011)
Town Administrator
Carter Terenzini
Finance & Personnel
Heidi A. Davis, Director
Carol Fucarile, Executive Assistant
Hope Kokas, Admin. Assistant
Alison Kepple, Office Secretary
Assessor
Gary Karp
Human Services Officer
Rae Marie Davis
Office of Development Services
Dan Merhalski, Town Planner (Resigned May 2011)
Bruce Woodruff, Town Planner (Appointed Oct. 2011)
Donald Cahoon, Code & Health Officer
Bonnie Whitney, Administrative Assistant
Fire Department
David R. Bengtson, Fire Chief
Paul LaBranche, Firefighter /EMT
Brian Searles, Firefighter/EMT
Wendy Smith, Office Manager
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Department of Public Works
Highway Department
Scott D. Kinmond, 2012
Highway/Road Agent/Director
Edwin A. Wakefield, Foreman
Peter W. Beede, Sr.
William F. Dow
Craig Dunn
James A. Nave
Dennis E. Shaw
Facilities & Grounds Maintenance
Dennis Emerton
Wallace A. “Andy” Daigneau
Waste Management Facility
Scott Greenwood
Dennis W. King
Ken Filpula
Robert O’Neil
Richard L’Etoile
Ovidiu Charest
Ralph Mitchell
Cemetery Maintenance (Seasonal)
Peter Wright
Kathleen McPherson
Recreation Department
Donna J. Kuethe, Director
Hilary Bride, Asst. Dir. (Resigned Dec. 2011) Kaitlin Sampson (Resigned Aug. 2011)
Donna Tatro, Administrative Assistant
Police Department
Chief, Thomas R. Dawson (Resigned 2011)
Sgt. Peter W. Beede, Jr. (Interim Chief)
Spl. Officer William Gillis, Jr.
Sgt. Scott J. Fulton
Spl. Officer Joseph L. Marinucci
Sgt. Joseph T. Canfield
Prosecutor Dennis M. Davey
Cpl. Jason F. Boucher
Executive Assistant Virginia R. Welch
Det./K-9 Stephen M. Kessler
Traffic/Parking Officer Tony J. Eldridge
M.P.O./S.R.O. Jody C. Baker
Dispatcher/Clerk Linda G. Eldridge
M.P.O. Colin D. LeBlanc
Dispatcher/Clerk Kathleen M. Lord
Officer Peter C. John
Dispatcher/Clerk Sandra J. Brackett
Officer Jared L. Beaulieu
Dispatcher/Clerk Wayne A. Black
Officer James M. Quinlan
Dispatcher/Clerk Ashley A. Jette
Officer Daniel R. Ingram
K-9, Rony
Officer Jonathan D. Kleiber
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Visiting Nurse Service
Jeri T. King, RN
Debra J. Peaslee, RN, Director
Stephanie Pigott, Office Manager
Moultonborough Visiting Nurse Service Directors
Virginia A. Forsberg, RN, Chairman
Barbara W. Sheppard, Treasurer
Helen Abbott, Secretary
Carolyn Crosby, MD
Alice Ellingwood
Audrey M. Hull (Deceased 2011)
Cynthia E. LeMien, RN
Lucille Sugar
Board of Selectmen
Dianne Davis
Moultonborough Public Library
Nancy J. McCue, Library Director
Jane P. Rice, Asst. Librarian
Judi Knowles, Children’s Librarian
Susan Stokes, Associate
Linda Nolin, Associate
AnneMarie Welch, PT Associate
Sharon Gulla, PT Associate
Library Trustees
Phyllis D. Prouty, Chair, 2014
Roger Simpson, Vice Chair, 2012
Barbara Sheppard, Treasurer, 2013
Cheryl Kahn, Secretary, 2013
Jane Coyne, 2014
Joanne Farnham, 2013
Barbara Putnam, 2012
Richard Geden, Alt., 2012
Laurie Whitley, Alt., 2012
Advisory Budget Committee
Jean Beadle, Chair CPA
Alan Ballard
Ed Marudzinski
Kathy Garry (School Board Rep)
Russell Wakefield (Select Board Rep)
Barbara Sheppard (Library Trustee Rep)
Tom Randell (Alt.)
Capital Improvement Program Committee
Richard Brown, Chair
Barbara Rando
Joel Mudgett
Heidi Davis, Ex-Officio
Dan Merhalski (Resigned May 2011)
Peter Jensen, Alt.
Alan Ballard
Jane Fairchild (Resigned Sept. 2011)
Josh Bartlett
Bruce W. Woodruff
Conservation Commission
Marie Samaha, Chair
Robert Patenaude
Bill Gassman
Peter Jensen
Paul Schmidt (Resigned May 2011)
Herb Farnham
Paul Stinson, Alt.
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Emergency Management Committee
David Bengtson, Fire Chief, Director
Scott Kinmond, Road Agent, Asst. Director
Joel Mudgett, Chairman, BoS
Carter Terenzini, Town Administrator
Thomas Dawson, Chief of Police
Mike Lancor, Superintendant of Schools
Don Cahoon, Code & Health Officer
E-911 Committee
Joel Mudgett, Chair
David Bengtson
Jerry Hopkins
Christopher Shipp
Sandra Brackett
Scott Kinmond
Richard Young
Heritage Commission
Cristina Ashjian, Chair
Jean Beadle, Secretary
Norman E. Larson
Mark Borrin, Alt.
Ed Charest, BoS Representative
Bruce Worthen
Inspectors of Election
Anita Blood
Mary Hart
Laurie Whitley
Beverly Charest
Sara M. Richardson
Joint Intermunicipal Ambulance Service Board
Charley Hanson, Center Harbor – Chair
Ken Balance, Center Harbor
David Bengtson, Secretary
Lois Brunelle, Sandwich
Arthur Kerr, Sandwich
Miller Lovett, Meredith
Joel Mudgett, Moultonborough
Phil Warren, Meredith
Joint Loss Management Committee
David Bengtson, Chair
Ken Filpula, Vice Chair
W.A. Daigneau
Scott Fulton
Scott Greenwood
Jeri T. King
Scott Kinmond
Kaitlin Sampson (Resigned Aug. 2011)
Blue Ribbon Commission on Community Services and Facilities
(Dissolved 7/21/11)
Erik Taylor, Chair
Donald McGillicuddy
Carol Robbins
John Pendexter
Richard Wakefield
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Master Plan Implementation Committee
Tom Sawyer, Chair (Business Owner)
Joanne Coppinger, Clerk (Planning Bd Rep)
Betsey Patten, (BOS Rep)
Kathy Garry (SAU 45 Rep)
Robert Patenaude (Concom Rep)
Cristinia Ashjian (Heritage Comm. Rep)
Rev. Paul O’Neil (Citizen At-Large)
Bruce W. Woodruff, Ex-Officio
Daniel Merhalski, Ex-Officio (Resigned May 2011)
Milfoil Committee
Peter Jensen, Chair
Paul Ardito
Ginny Gassman
Karin Nelson
Jim Leiterman
Paul Daisy
Brian Litcof
Susan Connolly (Alt.)
Nancy Wright
Milfoil Committee (IMA) Moultonborough, Tuftonboro, Wolfeboro
Ken Marschner, Wolfeboro Milfoil Comm., Chair
Carter Terenzini, Moultonborough, Clerk
Daniel Duffy, Tuftonboro BoS
Bill Marcussen, Tuftonboro
Linda Murray, Wolfeboro BoS
Karin Nelson, Moultonborough
David Owen, Wolfeboro Town Mgr.
Bob Boyan, Moultonborough Alt.
Dan Williams, Tuftonboro Alt.
Recreation Advisory Board
Al Hume, Chair
Carla Taylor, Vice Chair
Harry Blood
Morgan Gillis
Celeste Burns, Secretary
Chris Shipp
Senior Needs Committee
Joanne Farnham
Robert F. Fournier
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Board of Selectmen
To the Citizens of Moultonborough, I respectfully submit this Chairman’s report.
With another year passed, I first wish to thank my fellow board members; Ed Charest, Jim Gray,
Betsey Patten and Russell Wakefield. While we may not look at things the same way all of the
time I do believe we come to a decision that is best for the town. I also want to thank Carter
Terenzini, Town Administrator and all the Town Hall staff that make our jobs easier.
The Board decided to dedicate this year’s town report to Mel Borrin, who was our Town
Moderator for 28 years. He also served on our fire department, planning board, school board and
many other boards and committees in our community and town.
The SelectBoard appointed a 5 member Blue Ribbon Commission in July 2010. One of their
recommendations this year was to rehabilitate the soccer field at playground drive before starting
any other fields. The SelectBoard after reviewing the warrant article, due to questions from the
public and questions referencing funding, decided to send the question back to town meeting.
“Adopt-a-Spot” went well for its fourth year. These gardens are planted and maintained by
individuals, clubs and businesses and all are beautifully done. The SelectBoard would like to
express their thanks and hope this effort continues for years to come.
NH DOT has taken the Fox Hollow Project over, while they work on the right of way easements.
Hopefully we can soon turn a shovel and finish this project.
The Milfoil Committee continues with their work, developing a program to treat with herbicide or
hand pulling. They also are working with the N.H. Department of Environmental Services for
mapping and permits. While performing this service they also find time to continue to educate
residents and land owners. The Town owes this committee and all their volunteers a big “Thank
You”.
In closing, “Thank You” to all our town employees and volunteers for your dedicated service to
the Town of Moultonborough.
Respectfully submitted,
Joel Mudgett
Chairman
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Office of the Town Administrator
Greetings to you with my fourth report as your Town Administrator. The year brought some
modest progress on projects, resolution to some and a continuation of stalemate to others.
We moved forward with new regional efforts with the most notable being with Holderness to
provide them with Code Enforcement Services and a co-operative partner in buying low cost
electricity. The Tri-Town cooperative with Wolfeboro and Tuftonboro had its first year of efforts
tackling the milfoil invading our water bodies. I think you will find their report most interesting.
In a six page Order the NH BTLA brought closure to our 2010 property value update when it
dismissed a Petition for Reassessment. This petition had claimed the 2010 updates “…resulted in
unpredictable and unclearly defined assessment…”. Based upon an extensive review and a
lengthy public hearing, the BTLA concluded there was “…no basis… to conclude the board
should order the Town to perform any reassessment or other remedial action…”. I want to thank
the staff and SelectBoard for putting the lessons learned in our review toward continuing
improvements in our systems including our new Measure & List program kicking off in 2012.
Our budget process was a bit easier as the economy started its slow - most would agree painfully
slow - recovery and the issue of becoming a “Donor Town” was again dodged. While the “Donor
Town” tax may yet come back, we were able to obtain special legislation allowing us to spread
any such increases over both the estimated tax bill and the final actual tax bill. While the total to
be paid would remain the same, this will avoid a spike in your bill and a reset of your escrow far
in excess of what it would normally be. In the meantime your SelectBoard continues to work for
a constitutional amendment that could put us on a path to ending this nightmare forever.
The long effort to provide public transportation in Carroll County progressed with ridership on
the “Blue Loon” door to door service building steadily. The fixed route service was announced to
begin on January 3, 2012 with service to Laconia, Wolfeboro and Conway. For service
information and scheduling you may call 1.866.752.6890. The needed Fox Hollow right of way
acquisitions are moving forward with the state’s assistance and we hope for a 2012 bidding of this
project. The Blue Ribbon Commission on Community Services and Facilities provided its final
report on how to meet the Town’s need for recreation facilities. With an article for action at the
Town Meeting we can hopefully move this issue forward to some form of resolution.
And finally changes in faces abounded throughout the year with a new SelectBoard member,
Russ Wakefield, taking the place of veteran Karel Crawford, our first ever hosting of a Town
Fellow in partnership with the University of New Hampshire, the Local Government Center, and
the Municipal Managers’ Association, the transition from Dan Merhalski as our first ever Town
Planner to welcoming Bruce Woodruff in that post, the addition of several other new employees
and the passing of the beloved Moderator and friend Mel Borrin.
Should you have any questions on our efforts or comments for improvement in our services,
please feel free to contact me at any time by phone 1.603.476.2347, in person, or by email at
[email protected]
Respectfully submitted,
Carter Terenzini
Town Administrator
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TOWN OF MOULTONBOROUGH
Town Meeting Minutes
March 8, 2011 – March 12, 2011
Moderator Mel Borrin called the Town meeting to order on March 8, 2011 at 7:00 AM. The election was
held in the Moultonborough Public Safety Building meeting room. Mr. Borrin proceeded to read warrant
Article 1 and Article 2. At that time Jerry Hopkins made a motion, seconded by Sally Carver to dispense
with the reading of the remaining articles on the ballot. This was voted in the affirmative by voice vote.
School District Moderator Jerry Hopkins proceeded to read the school warrant.
Balloting proceeded immediately, ballots resulting as follows.
Votes Cast – 1185
Selectmen for Three (3) Years – (Vote for not more than two)
Russell C. Wakefield
641
Edward J. Charest
524
Peter Jensen
463
Christopher Shipp
429
Tax Collector for Three (3) Years – (Vote for not more than one)
Susette M. Remson
1019
Town Clerk for Three (3) Years – (Vote for not more than one)
Barbara E. Wakefield
1040
Trustee of Trust Funds for Three (3) Years – (Vote for not more than one)
John H. Porter Jr.
907
Library Trustee for Three (3) Years – (Vote for not more than two)
Phyllis D. Prouty
920
Jane Coyne
884
Zoning Board Member for Three (3) Years – (Vote for not more than two)
Timothy Tinel
352
Russell S. Nolin
767
Robert H. Stephens
616
Planning Board Member for Three (3) Years – (Vote for not more than two)
Judith A. Ryerson
565
Brett E. Balise
479
Thomas Howard
598
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ARTICLE 2
Shall we adopt the provisions of RSA 40:13 (known as SB 2) to allow official ballot voting on all issues
before the Town of Moultonborough on the second Tuesday of March?”(By Petition)(Not
Recommended by Selectmen 5 - 0) (Not Recommended by the Advisory Budget Committee 6 - 0)
YES – 456
NO – 696
ARTICLE 3
Are you in favor of Amendment No. 1 as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town Zoning
Ordinance as follows: To see if the Town will vote to amend the Zoning Ordinance to create a Table of
Permitted Uses in Article VI “Commercial Uses”, which represents the currently accepted uses and those
that require Special Exception or are Not Permitted in all zoning districts, and replaces the wording in
each zone currently in the ordinance. This is a formatting change only; no changes to any uses are
proposed.
(Recommended by Planning Board 7 - 0)
YES – 813
NO – 262
ARTICLE 4
Are you in favor of Amendment No. 2 as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town Zoning
Ordinance as follows: To see if the Town will vote to amend the Zoning Ordinance to amend the lot
coverage wording in Article VI (F)(3) to reflect changes approved at Town Meeting in 2010 to remove
the words “50 percent” from the following sentence: “Any easement for public use, such as a pathway or
walkway through the lot shall not be counted in the 50 percent lot coverage calculation.”
(Recommended by Planning Board 7 - 0)
YES – 818
NO – 256
ARTICLE 5
Are you in favor of Amendment No. 3 as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town Zoning
Ordinance as follows: To see if the Town will vote to amend the Zoning Ordinance Article VI (A)(5) Site
Plan Review to exclude the need for Site Plan Review for all commercial uses on lots under 1 acre that
develop under 200 sq. ft. (cumulatively) of area, or for lots over 1 acre, development under 500 sq. ft.
(cumulatively) unless such use creates over 100 vehicle trips per day or is determined by the Code
Enforcement Officer to have a substantial impact on Town services or the surrounding neighborhood. All
commercial or multi-family development above these thresholds must still receive Site Plan Approval.
(Recommended by Planning Board 7 - 0)
YES – 739
NO – 353
ARTICLE 6
Are you in favor of Amendment No. 4 as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town Zoning
Ordinance as follows: To see if the Town will vote to amend the Zoning Ordinance Article VII(B)(3) and
(4) – Non-Conforming Uses and Properties, to remove this section and prohibit expansions of primary
structures into setback areas, by the amount of the structure already intruding into the setback. (For
example, an intrusion of 200 sq. ft. could expand by up to 200 sq. ft. more into the setback. This
amendment will remove this ability.)
(Recommended by Planning Board 7 - 0)
YES – 725
NO – 360
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ARTICLE 7
Are you in favor of Amendment No. 5 as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town Zoning
Ordinance as follows: To see if the Town will vote to add a new Article XIV – Steep Slopes Ordinance
which shall apply standards to all development requiring a Building Permit, Subdivision Approval and/or
a Site Plan Review Permit, where the proposed site disturbance is 20,000 sq. ft. in the aggregate on slopes
of 15 percent or greater. No construction on slopes over 25% shall be permitted.
(Recommended by Planning Board 7 - 0)
YES – 810
NO – 292
ARTICLE 8
Are you in favor of Amendment No. 6 as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town Zoning
Ordinance as follows: To see if the Town will vote to amend Article VI (E) to revise the criteria for
granting Special Exceptions for Commercial Uses outside of the three (3) Commercial Zoning Districts.
Commercial Uses wishing to be located outside of these districts will be required to meet these new
standards, including a screening requirement to minimize impacts to neighboring properties.
(Recommended by Planning Board 7 - 0)
YES – 795
NO – 297
ARTICLE 9
Are you in favor of Amendment No. 7 as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town Zoning
Ordinance as follows: To see if the Town will vote to amend Article V (A)(4) Signs to allow all types of
real estate signs, as being exempt from the Sign Permit procedure as follows: “Temporary real estate signs
advertising property on which the signs are located, not exceeding three (3) feet by four (4) feet in size
and limited to two signs per lot. Additionally, off premise directional signs offering real estate, must
comply with the 1993 policies of the Moultonborough Board of Selectmen or amendments thereto”. The
current ordinance only allows real estate signs advertising property for sale.
(Recommended by Planning Board 5 - 2)
YES – 416
NO – 709
At 8:30 PM, the Moderator recessed the meeting until Saturday March 12, 2011.
SATURDAY MARCH 12, 2011
Moderator Mel Borrin called the town meeting to order at 9:30 AM. The meeting was held at the
Moultonborough Academy Auditorium.
ARTICLE 10
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Seven Hundred Thirty Three Thousand
dollars ($733,000) for a road improvement program as generally illustrated below, and to meet said
appropriation with funds from a NH Department of Transportation Highway Block Grant of One Hundred
Forty Three Thousand dollars ($143,000) and the balance of Five Hundred Ninety Thousand dollars
($590,000) from taxation.
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Project
Budget
Sheridan Road (Reconstruction of 1,500 +/- lf & Shim & Overlay 1,700 +/- lf)
Eagle Shores Shim & Overlay (6,300 +/- lf)
Birch Lane – Shim (3,300 +/- lf)
Engineering
Contingency
TOTALS
$275,000
$216,000
$88,000
$100,000
$54,000
$733,000
Note: Inclusion of any road on this list was based upon a condition assessment and budget estimate
prepared in November of 2010. It is no guarantee of work being undertaken on the identified roadway.
Final construction decisions are made upon detailed engineering and actual bids received with work
deletions or additions based upon the final bids.
(Recommended by Selectmen 5 - 0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 6 - 0)
A motion was made by Road Agent Scott Kinmond and seconded by Selectwoman Betsey Patten to bring
the article to the floor.
A motion was made by Rick Buckler and seconded by Karel Crawford to dispense of the second reading
of the articles through the end of the meeting. This was voted in the affirmative by majority voice vote.
Article 10 was voted in the affirmative by a majority voice vote.
ARTICLE 11
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Three Hundred Twenty Eight Thousand
dollars ($328,000) for a program of capital improvements and expenditures, and equipment as generally
illustrated below, and to meet said appropriation by a withdrawal of Fifty Five Thousand dollars
($55,000) from the Highway Equipment Capital Reserve Fund and the balance of Two Hundred and
Seventy Three Thousand dollars ($273,000) from taxation.
a.
b.
c.
Fire Dept. (Turn-Out Gear)
Fire Dept. (Fire Boat)
Highway Dept. (6 Wheel Dump Truck w/Plow & Wing)
Total
(Recommended by Selectmen 5 - 0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 6 - 0)
$
$
$
$
15,000
163,000
150,000
328,000
A motion was made by Selectwoman Karel Crawford and seconded by Selectman Joel Mudgett.
This article was voted in the affirmative by a majority voice vote.
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ARTICLE 12
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Two Hundred Twenty Seven Thousand
Five Hundred dollars ($227,500) and to deposit the same in the following Capital Reserve Accounts.
Personnel Liability CRF
Community Substance CRF
Communication Technology CRF
Reappraisal CRF
Firefighting Equipment CRF
Police Communications CRF
Highway Equipment CRF
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
Total $
14,500
9,500
22,500
24,000
75,000
7,000
75,000
227,500
(Recommended by Selectmen 5 - 0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 6 - 0)
A motion was made by Selectwoman Karel Crawford and seconded by Selectman Joel Mudgett.
This article was voted in the affirmative by a majority voice vote.
ARTICLE 13
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Two Hundred Twelve Thousand dollars
($212,000) and to deposit the same in the following Maintenance Trust Fund Accounts:
Milfoil
Lee’s Mills
Dry Hydrant
$
$
$
Total $
200,000
2,000
10,000
212,000
(Recommended by Selectmen 5 - 0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 6 - 0)
A motion was made by Selectwoman Betsey Patten and seconded by Jerry Hopkins.
This article was voted in the affirmative by a majority voice vote.
ARTICLE 14
To see if the Town will vote to discontinue the so-called Recreation Revolving Fund (Article 50 of the
1994 Town Meeting) with the balance of One Hundred Sixty Three Thousand Three Hundred Twenty
Two dollars ($163,322) as of December 31, 2010 and said sum, together with any accrued interest or
additional principal due thereto at the time of discontinuance, being credited to the General Fund.
(Recommended by Selectmen 4 - 1)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 6 - 0)
A motion was made by Selectwoman Karel Crawford and seconded by Jean Beadle.
This article was defeated by a majority hand count.
ARTICLE 15
To see if the Town will vote to amend its action under Article 10 of the 2010 Annual Town Meeting,
relative to the appropriation for Fox Hollow Road intersection improvements, by striking the amended
date of December 30, 2011, at which time the appropriation was to lapse, and inserting in lieu thereof the
date of December 30, 2013 or upon receipt of the grant and the project is completed, whichever is sooner.
(Recommended by Selectmen 5 - 0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 6 - 0)
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A motion was made by Road Agent Scott Kinmond and seconded by Bob Stephens.
This article was voted in the affirmative by a majority voice vote.
ARTICLE 16
To see if the Town will vote to allocate Twenty Five Percent (25%) of the collected land use change tax
revenue, but not to exceed Twenty Thousand dollars ($20,000) per year, pursuant to RSA 79-A and
deposit said money in the Conservation Fund already established, in accordance with RSA 36-A:5, III as
authorized by RSA 79-A:25, II.
(Recommended by Selectmen 4 - 1)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 1 Yes – 5 No)
A motion was made by Marie Samaha and seconded by Keith Nelson to bring the article to the floor.
A motion was made by Tom Howard and seconded by Natt King to amend the percentage in the article to
allocate Fifty Percent (50%) of land use change tax revenue, in place of 25%. The article reading as
follows:
To see if the Town will vote to allocate Fifty Percent (50%) of the collected land use change tax
revenue, but not to exceed Twenty Thousand dollars ($20,000) per year, pursuant to RSA 79-A and
deposit said money in the Conservation Fund already established, in accordance with RSA 36-A:5, III as
authorized by RSA 79-A:25, II.
The amendment was voted in the affirmative by a majority voice vote.
This amended article was voted in the affirmative by a majority voice vote.
At this time Selectman Chair Joel Mudgett presented retiring Selectwoman Karel Crawford with a gift
and recognized her for her many years of dedication. Karel was a selectperson for a total of nine years and
chairman for six of those years. Karel thanked everyone for their support throughout the years and stated
she is moving on to a new chapter in her life and enjoying her grandaughter.
ARTICLE 17
To see if the Town of Moultonborough will vote to set the fee for the Waste Management Facility and
Beach Permit at $10.00. Senior Citizens age 65 or older will pay $5.00 for Waste Management Facility
and Beach Permit. Fee will be charged every two years.
(By Petition)
(Not Recommended by Selectmen 5 - 0)
(Not Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 6 - 0)
This article proceeded in error as a motion and second was not formally made. The moderator brought the
motion to the floor by asking if any petitioner would like to speak to the article. After floor discussion on
the article a motion was made by Eric Taussig and seconded by Al Hume to amend the article to add the
words "to go back to the old fee beginning in January 01, 2013."
The amendment was voted in the affirmative by majority hand vote.
The amended article was defeated by a majority voice vote.
Please note--Upon discussion with DRA, Secretary of State, and Town Counsel on the overlooked motion
and second, the directive given was that it was a "harmless error", considering the article was defeated. It
was deemed that the intent of the legislative body was made clear and all were given the right to voice
opinion.
At this time a motion was made by Christopher Shipp and seconded by Selectwoman Karel Crawford to
vote articles 18, 19, and articles 21 through 28 collectively.
This was voted in the affirmative by a majority voice vote.
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Moderator Borrin asked if anyone would like to discuss any of these articles and proceeded to read the
amounts of each article. He stated that the total amount of all articles is Forty Four thousand, two
hundred one dollars ($44,201.00).
The petitioned articles 18, 19 and 21-28 were voted in the affirmative by a majority voice vote. They are
as follows:
ARTICLE 18
To see if the Town of Moultonborough will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $830 for the annual
support of services provided to the citizens of this community by the Visiting Nurse Association-Hospice
of Southern Carroll County & Vicinity, Inc. The VNA-Hospice agency has been serving the Town
residents for many years, and the Town has consistently supported the VNA-Hospice. This year we are
asking for less than what was approved last year.
(By Petition)
(Recommended by Selectmen 5 - 0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 6 - 0)
ARTICLE 19
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $7,500 for Tri-County Community
Action for the purpose of continuing services of the Fuel Assistance Program for the residents of
Moultonborough. (Recommended by Selectmen 5 - 0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 6 - 0)
ARTICLE 20
This article was voted on after article 28. See Below.
ARTICLE 21
To see if the Town of Moultonborough will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Twelve Thousand
dollars ($12,000.00) for the Moultonborough Suicide prevention and Mental Health Coalition to support
training for said committee of volunteers, supporting community forums and/or small support
groups/training sessions conducted by the trained volunteers/professionals and provide suicide
prevention, mental health information, and assist in the support of local access to mental health services
within the Moultonborough community for its residents.
(By Petition)
(Recommended by Selectmen 5 - 0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 6 - 0)
ARTICLE 22
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $1,072.00 in support of Starting Point
providing advocacy and support to victims of domestic and sexual violence and their children.
(By Petition)
(Recommended by Selectmen 5 - 0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 6 - 0)
ARTICLE 23
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Five Hundred dollars ($500.00) in
support of West Wynde Senior Housing.
(By Petition)
(Recommended by Selectmen 5 - 0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 6 - 0)
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ARTICLE 24
To see if the Town of Moultonborough will vote to raise and appropriate $1000 to the Loon Preservation
Committee to support the work of the local self funded Loon Center.
(By Petition)
(Recommended by Selectmen 5 - 0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 6 - 0)
ARTICLE 25
To see if the Town of Moultonboro will vote to raise and appropriate Eight Thousand Dollars ($8,000.00)
for the Winnipesaukee Wellness Center.
(By Petition)
(Recommended by Selectmen 5 - 0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 6 - 0)
ARTICLE 26
To see if the Town of Moultonboro will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $9,000.00 to be allocated
to the Moultonboro/Sandwich Senior Meals Programs.
(By Petition)
(Recommended by Selectmen 5 - 0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 6 - 0)
ARTICLE 27
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $3,000 to establish a tuition assistance
fund for Moultonborough children of working families attending the Sandwich Children’s Center. There
are thirteen families enrolled from Moultonborough, up 13% from last year. Fifty percent of the toddler
and preschool age children enrolled are from Moultonborough, NH.
(By Petition)
(Recommended by Selectmen 5 - 0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 6 - 0)
ARTICLE 28
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $1,299.00 to maintain and continue the
system of services of the Inter-Lakes Day Care Center.
(By Petition)
(Recommended by Selectmen 5 - 0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 6 - 0)
ARTICLE 20
In 2005 the road called Victory Lane was developed and paved in accordance with the Town of
Moultonborough Road specifications by Peter Costa developer. At the time of completion, it was
obviously inspected for compliance as it was to be submitted at the next Town Meeting held.
For the second time, we are asking that the Town take over the maintenance of Victory Lane as it has
proven to withstand the seasonal changes for the past 5 years with no detrimental effects.
Additionally, we note that since it is in close proximity to the junction of 171, many people use our road
to turn around including trucks.
(By Petition)
(Recommended by Selectmen 0 Yes – 0 No - 5 Abstained)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 0 Yes - 4 No - 2 Abstained)
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A motion was made by Selectman Joel Mudgett and seconded by Selectman Ed Charest to bring the
article to the floor.
A motion was made by Joel Mudgett and seconded by Betsey Patten to amend article 20 to read as
follows:
To see if the Town will vote to accept Victory Lane, as a Class V town road. The Town shall receive a
recordable plot plan and deed, which will show the road, right of ways and easements for slopes and
drainage.
The plan will show all culverts, water, sewage, electric, telephone and cables under the road or in the right
of way.
Any and all expenses will be the responsibility of the petitioner’s /owners.
Selectman Mudgett explained that expenses means paperwork such as filing fees.
The amendment was voted in the affirmative by a majority voice vote.
The amended article was voted in the affirmative by a majority voice vote.
ARTICLE 29
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, subject to any and all changes made at this
meeting, the sum of Seven Million Eight Hundred Fifty Sixty Thousand Two Hundred Sixty Eight
dollars ($7,856,268) to pay the expenses of General Government, Public Safety, Highways and Streets
(including Cemeteries), Sanitation, Human Services, Visiting Nurse Service, Culture and Recreation,
Development Services and Debt Service.
(Recommended by Selectmen 5 - 0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 6 - 0)
A motion was made by Selectman Joel Mudgett and seconded by Selectwoman Karel Crawford to bring
the article to the floor.
A motion was made by Tom Howard and seconded by Naomi Strickland to reduce the sum in the
Recreation Dept budget by $25,000.00. This amount of $25,000 would be appropriated from the
recreation revolving fund. After discussion, Tom Howard and Naomi Strickland took back their motion
and second.
There was then much discussion on the police departments frozen position and the school resource
officer.
A motion was made by Chris Shipp and seconded by Jerry Hopkins to amend the amount to raise and
appropriate from ($7,856,268) to ($7,931,268). It was requested the additional funds be used to fill the
12th position in the police department, even though it was realized the real expenditure is ultimately
decided by the selectmen and not allowed to be specified in the article.
The amendment was voted on in the affirmative by a majority hand vote.
The amended article was voted in the affirmative by a majority voice vote.
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ARTICLE 30
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Four Hundred Forty Four Thousand Sixty
dollars ($444,060) to pay the expense of operating the Public Library.
(Recommended by Selectmen 5 - 0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 6 - 0)
A motion was made by Selectman Joel Mudgett and seconded by Selectwoman Betsey Patten.
At this time Phyllis Prouty explained there was a typographical error in the library operating financial
report on page 149. The total revenue should read $101,830.21 not $101,000.00 as printed. She further
explained the amount of $11,103.52 under Refurbishing and Replacing is left over from the budget. This
is put into a tech fund, which was suggested by the Advisory Budget Committee towards computers.
This article was voted in the affirmative by a majority voice vote.
ARTICLE 31
To transact any other business that may legally come before said Meeting.
A motion was made by Chris Shipp and seconded by Susette Remson to adjourn the meeting at 11:30
AM. This was voted in the affirmative by majority voice vote.
A True Copy Attest
Barbara E. Wakefield, Certified Town Clerk
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2012
Warrant
&
Budget
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TOWN OF MOULTONBOROUGH
STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
TOWN WARRANT FOR 2012
To the inhabitants of the Town of Moultonborough in the County of Carroll, in said State, qualified to
vote in Town Affairs:
You are hereby notified to meet at the Moultonborough Public Safety Building, 1035 Whittier Highway,
in said Moultonborough, on Tuesday the 13th day of March, 2012, at 7:00 A.M., to act upon Articles 1
through 9 of the Warrant. The polls will close no earlier than 7:00 P.M.
The Voters will take up Article 10 and the remaining Articles of the Warrant on Saturday, March 17,
2012, at 9:00 A.M., (School District will meet first, with a twenty minute adjournment before Town
Meeting) at the Auditorium, Moultonborough Academy.
ARTICLE 1
To choose by ballot and majority vote: Two (2) Selectman for three (3) years, One (1) Treasurer for three
(3) years, One (1) Moderator for two (2) years, One (1) Road Agent for three (3) years, One (1)
Supervisor of the Checklist for six (6) years, One (1) Trustee of Trust Funds for three (3) years, Two (2)
Library Trustees for three (3) Years, Two (2) Planning Board Members for three (3) years, One (1)
Zoning Board Member for one (1) Year.
ARTICLE 2
Shall a charter commission be established for the purpose of establishing a new municipal charter?
(Recommended by Selectmen 4-1)
ARTICLE 3
Are you in favor of Amendment 1 as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town Zoning Ordinance as
follows: To see if the Town will vote to amend Zoning Ordinance Article V, Signs, in its entirety to
reformat and rearrange logically for readability with no new wording or intent.
(Recommended by Planning Board 5-0)
ARTICLE 4
Are you in favor of Amendment 2 as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town Zoning Ordinance as
follows: To see if the Town will vote to amend Zoning Ordinance Article V, Signs, by replacing the first
paragraph with a new Section, entitled, “Purpose and Intent” that clarifies the reasons for and functions of
the sign regulations.
(Recommended by Planning Board 6-0)
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ARTICLE 5
Are you in favor of Amendment 3 as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town Zoning Ordinance as
follows: To see if the Town will vote to amend the Zoning Ordinance to create a new Article XV,
Definitions, consolidating existing terms currently used throughout the entire document into one place for
ease of use, and adding guidance for interpretation of terms.
(Recommended by Planning Board 5-0)
ARTICLE 6
Are you in favor of Amendment 4 as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town Zoning Ordinance as
follows: To see if the Town will vote to amend Zoning Ordinance Article XV, Definitions (if so created
by Article 3 above) by adding a new section, entitled, General Definitions that would add generally
accepted zoning and land use terms to the zoning text for clarity of interpretation.
(Recommended by Planning Board 5-0)
ARTICLE 7
Are you in favor of Amendment 5 as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town Zoning Ordinance as
follows: To see if the Town will vote to amend Zoning Ordinance Article VI (F)(2) to add language to
the existing table that defines a 50 ft. setback for front, side and rear for commercial structures in the
Residential/Agriculture zoning district, and in (F)(2)a, to add a new Conditional Use Permit that would
allow reduction of the required 25 ft. vegetative buffer between the building and roadway within the front
setback for sufficient cause. Finally, in (F)(3), to add back the Residential/Agriculture zone to the 50%
lot coverage maximum requirement as it had been prior to the change approved during the 2011 Town
Meeting. This amendment corrects an oversight that allows commercial use lot coverage with no upper
limit and no setback requirement in the Residential/Agriculture zone.
(Recommended by Planning Board 5-0)
ARTICLE 8
Are you in favor of Amendment 6 as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town Zoning Ordinance as
follows: To see if the Town will vote to amend Zoning Ordinance Article VIII, Flood Plain
Development, by adding language needed for compliance with the National Flood Insurance Program
(NFIP) regulations as recommended by a compliance review by the Agency. This action is required from
time to time to ensure the Town remains enrolled in the program.
(Recommended by Planning Board 5-0)
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ARTICLE 9
Are you in favor of a citizen’s petition to amend the Town Zoning Ordinance to Repeal Articles VI A(3),
VI D, VI E (solely as it applies to commercial development in Residential/Agricultural Zones) and those
portions of Article VII relating to Special Exceptions (solely as it applies to commercial development in
Residential/Agricultural Zones) for commercial uses in the Residential/Agricultural Zone and to eliminate
Special Exceptions for commercial uses in the Residential/Agricultural Zone and delete all references
thereto wherever they may appear in the Zoning Ordinance, effective March 18, 2012.
(By Petition)
(Not Recommended by Planning Board 6-0)
ARTICLE 10
To see if the Town will vote to approve the cost items included in the collective bargaining agreement
(CBA) reached between the Town and the Moultonborough Police Benevolent Association and further to
raise and appropriate the sum of Nineteen Thousand Seven Hundred and Twenty dollars ($19,720) for the
current fiscal year, such sum representing the additional costs attributable to the increase in salaries and
benefits over those that would be paid at current staffing levels in accordance with the most recent Town
compensation plan.
Yearr
FY 2012
FY 2013
FY 2014
Estimated Increase
$19,720
$ nil (1)
$ nil (1)
(1) The contract does not obligate the Town to pay a COLA in years 2 and 3 unless one is granted to
all other Town employees. Should a COLA be granted; each .5% would cost approximately
$4,600 per fiscal year for those covered by this CBA.
(Recommended by Selectmen 5-0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 4-0)
ARTICLE 11
To see if the Town, in the event that Article 10 is defeated, will authorize the governing body to call one
special meeting, at its option, to address Article 10 cost items only?
(Recommended by Selectmen 5-0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 4-0)
ARTICLE 12
To see if the Town will vote to clarify the purposes of the so-called Historical Society Fund, a revocable
trust fund, created under Article 45 of the Town Meeting of 1994, to rename it the “Historic Building
Fund” with the maintenance of the Old Town House and Middle Neck School continuing as its purpose
and the Board of Selectmen continuing as agents to expend.
(Recommended by Selectmen 5-0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 5-0)
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ARTICLE 13
To see if the Town will vote to amend its action under Article 34 of the Town Meeting of 1987 meeting
by which it created the so-called Highway Equipment Fund, a Capital Reserve Fund, by striking the
phrase “…Highway Equipment…” and inserting in lieu thereof the phrase “…Public Works
Equipment…” and to further strike the phrase “…for the purchase of highway equipment…” and
inserting in lieu thereof the phrase “…for the purchase of public works equipment…”.
(Recommended by Selectmen 5-0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 5-0)
(Note: Requires a 2/3 votes which must be noted in the minutes)
ARTICLE 14
To see if the Town will vote to discontinue the so-called Resource Recovery Park/ Waste Management
Facility fund with the balance of Twenty Three Thousand Seven Hundred Seventy
t One Dollars and Eight
Cents ($23,771.08) as of December 31, 2011 with said remaining funds, together with any interest
accumulated thereon at the time of transfer, being transferred to the general fund and further to raise and
appropriate the sum of Twenty Three Thousand Seven Hundred Seventy One Dollars and Eight Cents
($23,771.08) to the renamed and repurposed Public Works Equipment Fund*, a Capital Reserve Fund.
(Recommended by Selectmen 5-0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 5-0)
[*Note: Formerly known as the Highway Equipment Fund]
ARTICLE 15
To see if the Town will vote to amend its action under Article 50 of the Town Meeting of 1994 to read as
follows: “To establish a Recreation Revolving Fund pursuant to RSA 35-B:2 II to receive all fees and
charges imposed for the use of recreation and park services and facilities. Said funds shall be allowed to
accumulate from year to year, and shall not be considered to be part of the general fund unreserved fund
balance. The treasurer shall have custody of all monies in the fund, which may be expended only for
recreation purposes as stated in RSA 35-B, and shall pay out the same only upon order of the recreation
director, without further legislative body approval required, in accordance with policy to be established
by the Board of Selectmen.”
(Recommended by Selectmen 5-0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 5-0)
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ARTICLE 16
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Seven Hundred and Fifty Thousand
dollars ($750,000) for a road improvement program as generally illustrated below, and to meet said
appropriation with anticipated funds from a NH Department of Transportation Highway Block Grant of
One Hundred and Fifty Thousand dollars ($150,000) and the balance from taxation.
Project
Budget
Ossipee Mountain Road (Drainage; Shim & Overlay 4,250’+/-)
Sheridan Road (Reconstruct 1,400’+/- & Reclaim & Pave 4,125’+/-)
Lake Shore Drive (East) (Drainage; & Reclaim & Pave 2,560’+/-)
Highway Garage Road (Reconstruct 500’+/-)
Chip Sealing
Engineering & Construction Inspection
TOTALS
100,000
425,000
103,000
35,000
22,000
65,000
$750,000
Note: Inclusion of any road on this list was based upon a condition assessment and budget estimate
prepared in November of 2011. It is no guarantee off work being undertaken on the identified roadway.
Final construction decisions are made upon detailed engineering and actual bids received with work
deletions or additions based upon the final bids.
(Recommended by Selectmen 5-0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 5-0)
ARTICLE 17
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Two Hundred Eighty Five Thousand
dollars ($285,000) for a program of capital improvements and expenditures, and equipment as generally
illustrated below, and to meet said appropriation by a withdrawal of Thirty Five Thousand dollars
($35,000) from the Public Works Equipment Capital Reserve Fund, formerly known as the Highway
Equipment Fund, Fifty Thousand dollars ($50,000) from the Fire Department Equipment Fund, Twenty
Five Thousand dollars, ($25,000) from the Municipal Building Fund, and the balance of One Hundred
Seventy Five Thousand dollars ($175,000) from taxation.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
DPW/Highway Dept. (One Ton w/Plow/Sander)
DPW/Buildings & Grounds (Flooring replacement)
Police Department (Cruiser)
Fire Dept. (Turn-Out Gear)
Fire Dept. (Chassis Repair – Engine 3)
Fire Dept. (Refit DPW Pickup > Utility 1)
Administration (Software Update)
Total
(Recommended by Selectmen 5-0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 5-0)
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$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
45,000
25,000
35,000
15,000
50,000
15,000
100,000
285,000
ARTICLE 18
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Three Hundred Forty Two Thousand Six
Hundred Fifty dollars ($342,650) and to deposit the same in the following Capital Reserve Accounts.
Personnel Liability CRF
Community Substance Abuse CRF
Communication Technology CRF
Reappraisal CRF
Firefighting Equipment CRF
Police Communications CRF
Department of Public Works Equipment CRF*
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
Total $
14,500
10,150
22,500
24,000
109,000
2,500
160,000
342,650
(Recommended by Selectmen 5-0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 5-0)
[*Note: Formerly known as the Highway Equipment Fund]
ARTICLE 19
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Two Hundred Forty Eight Thousand
dollars ($248,000) and to deposit the same in the following Expendable Maintenance Trust Fund
Accounts:
Milfoil
Historic Buildings*
Municipal Buildings
Lee’s Mills
Dry Hydrant
$
$
$
$
$
Total $
195,000
12,500
35,000
3,000
2,500
248,000
(Recommended by Selectmen 5-0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 5-0)
[*Note: Formerly known as the Historical Society Fund]
ARTICLE 20
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Five Thousand dollars ($5,000) to be
expended by the SelectBoard on the continued operation of the Red Hill Fire Tower with such entity as
shall, in their best judgment, undertake a cooperative regional staffing effort of said Tower on behalf of
the area fire departments.
(Recommended by Selectmen 5-0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 5-0)
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ARTICLE 21
To see if the town will vote to discontinue completely, pursuant to RSA 231:43, the portion of unused
right of way of Old Route 109 located at the southwest corner of the intersection of said old route with the
current NH Route 109 abutting land now or formerly off Rock Pile Real Estate LLC, with said parcel
containing approximately 1,638 square feet, beginning at an iron pipe on the southerly side of Old Route
109 and at the northwesterly corner of the herein described parcel; thence turning N 78Û 43’ 28” E and
running along the new right of way line for the Old Route 109 a distance of 97.15’ to a monument; thence
turning S 28Û 01’ 19” E and running along the new right of way line for the New Route 109 a distance of
51.24’ to a monument; thence turning and running along the Old Route 109 Right of Way along a curve
turning to the left with a radius of 209.44’ and a length of 124.00’ to the point of beginning, all as shown
on a plan entitled “Old Route 109 Right of Way Easement Release From Town of Moultonborough (Old
Route 109 Right of Way) to Rock Pile Real Estate, LLC (Tax Map 44 Lot 13), Intersection of Old Route
109 and NH Route 109, Moultonborough, Carroll County, NH” dated November 30, 2011. Said right of
way contains no utilities. No owner of land shall be deprived of access over such unused right of way
portion. And further to authorize the SelectBoard to negotiate, execute, deliver and accept such release(s)
and other documents, upon such terms and conditions as it deems reasonable, appropriate and in the best
interests of the Town, including receiving a settlement value of One Thousand Six Hundred and Fifty
Dollars and No Cents ($1,650.00), as it deems necessary to effectuate the purposes of this article.
(Recommended by Selectmen 5-0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 5-0)
[Note: A copy of the plan map is on file in the Offices of the Selectmen]
ARTICLE 22
To see if the Town will vote to amend its action under Article 16 of the Town Meeting of 2009 to (a)
designate the appropriation as non-lapsing to December 30, 2013, or whenever the project is certified as
completed by the Board of Selectmen whichever shall first occur, in lieu of the current non-lapsing date
of December 30, 2012; (b) raise and appropriate the sum of One Hundred Ninety Nine Thousand and Five
Hundred Dollars and No Cents ($199,500.00) with said appropriation to be met by a withdrawal from the
Municipal Building Capital Reserve Fund, and (c) restrict any further expenditures of funds under
paragraph a. of said Article 16, as amended, to the Playground Drive Field.
(Recommended by Selectmen 5-0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 5-0)
[Note: It is the intent of this Article to provide sufficient monies to undertake the rehabilitation of the
Playground Drive soccer field and to prohibit the expenditure of any monies remaining in the original
article - or new monies appropriated under this Article - on the proposed new soccer field at the Old
Route 109 Community/Senior Center.]
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ARTICLE 23
To see if the Town will vote to accept the report of the Board of Selectmen and Advisory Budget
Committee regarding the Optional Fiscal year running July 1 to June 30 and act to adopt an optional fiscal
year budget through the provisions of RSA 31:94-a, July through June commencing with the July 1, 2013
– June 30, 2014 budget year.
(Recommended by Selectmen 4-1)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 4-1)
[Note: If this Article is adopted, the March 2013 Town Meeting will be presented with an 18 month
budget for the period of January 1, 2013 to June 31, 2014. Budgets thereafter will commence on July 1 of
a given year and end on June 30 of the following year.]
ARTICLE 24
To see if the Town will vote to adopt a May Town Meeting through the provisions of RSA 39:1-a for the
selection of town officers and the transaction of all other town business, dependent upon Article 23
having first been voted in the affirmative, commencing with the 2014 Town Meeting.
(Recommended by Selectmen 3-2)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 4-1)
ARTICLE 25
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, subject to any and all changes made at this meeting,
the sum of Seven Million Nine Hundred Forty Two Thousand and Thirty Six Dollars ($7,942,036) to pay
the expenses of General Government, Public Safety, Public Works (including Highways, Cemeteries,
Buildings and Grounds, and Transfer Station), Human Services, Visiting Nurse Service, Culture and
Recreation, and Development Services.
(Recommended by Selectmen 5-0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 5-0)
ARTICLE 26
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Four Hundred Fifty Four Thousand and
Four Hundred Eighty Four dollars ($454,484) to pay the expense of operating the Public Library.
(Recommended by Selectmen 5-0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 5-0)
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ARTICLE 27
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Seven Thousand Five Hundred ($7,500)
for Tri-County Community Action for the purpose of continuing services of the Fuel Assistance Program
for the residents of Moultonborough.
(By Petition)
(Recommended by Selectmen 5-0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 5-0)
ARTICLE 28
To see if the Town of Moultonborough will raise and appropriate the sum of Eight Hundred Thirty
Dollars ($830) for the annual support of services provided to the citizens of this community by the
Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice dba Visiting Nurse Association-Hospice of Southern Carroll
County and Vicinity, Inc.
(By Petition)
(Recommended by Selectmen 5-0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 5-0)
ARTICLE 29
To see if the Town of Moultonborough will vote to raise and appropriate One Thousand Dollars ($1,000)
to the Loon Preservation Committee to support the work of the local self funded Loon Center.
(By Petition)
(Recommended by Selectmen 5-0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 5-0)
ARTICLE 30
To see if the Town of Moultonborough will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Twelve Thousand
Dollars ($12,000) for the Moultonborough Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Coalition to support
training for said committee of volunteers, supporting community forums and/or small support
groups/training sessions conducted by the trained volunteers/professionals and provide suicide
prevention, mental health information, and assist in the support of local access to mental health services
within the Moultonborough community for its residents.
(By Petition)
(Recommended by Selectmen 5-0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 5-0)
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ARTICLE 31
To see if the Town of Moultonborough will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of One Thousand Two
Hundred and Fifteen Dollars ($1,215) in support off Starting Point providing advocacy and support to
victims of domestic and sexual violence and their children.
(By Petition)
(Recommended by Selectmen 5-0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 5-0)
ARTICLE 32
To see if the Town of Moultonborough will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Eight Thousand
Dollars ($8,000) for the Winnipesaukee Wellness Center.
(By Petition)
(Recommended by Selectmen 5-0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 5-0)
ARTICLE 33
To see if the Town of Moultonborough will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Nine Thousand
Dollars ($9,000) to be allocated to the Moultonboro/Sandwich Senior Meals Program.
(By Petition)
(Recommended by Selectmen 5-0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 5-0)
ARTICLE 34
To see if the Town of Moultonborough will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Three Thousand
Dollars ($3,000) to establish a tuition assistance fund for Moultonborough Children of working families
attending the Sandwich Children’s Center.
(By Petition)
(Recommended by Selectmen 5-0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 5-0)
ARTICLE 35
To see if the Town of Moultonborough will vote to enact the portion of the final report of the Blue
Ribbon Commission on Community Services and Facilities to rehabilitate the Playground Drive soccer
field as a multi use field as proposed in the 30% design presented to the Board of Selectmen on January
5th, 2012 and not consider constructing or allocating any funds for a new field until the Playground Drive
soccer field is rehabilitated and fully utilized.
(By Petition)
(Recommended by Selectmen 4-0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 3-1)
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ARTICLE 36
To see if the Town of Moultonborough will vote to discontinue the Community/Senior Center Capital
Reserve Fund which was established in 2008 as a mechanism for donations for a future community/senior
center and to which no donations have ever been received. Said remaining funds, with accumulated
interest to date of withdrawal, are to be transferred
f
to the Town of Moultonborough’s general fund per
RSA 35:16A.
(By Petition)
(Recommended by Selectmen 0-4)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 1-3)
ARTICLE 37
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $1,350 to maintain and continue the
system of services of the Inter-Lakes Day Care Center.
(By Petition)
(Recommended by Selectmen 4-0)
(Recommended by Advisory Budget Committee 4-0)
ARTICLE 38
To transact any other business that may legally come before said Meeting.
Given under our hands and seal this 9th day of February, 2012
Joel R. Mudgett, Chairman
Edward J. Charest, Vice Chair
James F. Gray
Betsey L. Patten
Russell C. Wakefield
Selectmen of Moultonborough
A True Copy of Warrant Attest:
Joel R. Mudgett, Chairman
Edward J. Charest, Vice Chair
James F. Gray
Betsey L. Patten
Russell C. Wakefield
Selectmen of Moultonborough
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Budget - Town of Moultonborough FY 2011
MS-6
1
Acct. #
2
3
OP Bud.
PURPOSE OF APPROPRIATIONS Warr.
(RSA 32:3,V)
Art.#
4
5
6
7
Appropriations
Prior Year As
Approved by DRA
Actual
Expenditures
Prior Year
Appropriations
Ensuing FY
(Recommended)
Appropriations
Ensuing FY
(Not Recommended)
GENERAL GOVERNMENT
4130-4139 Executive
25
409,386
230,789
444,857
4140-4149 Election,Reg.& Vital Statistics
25
19,293
5,995
25,748
4150-4151 Financial Administration
25
780,937
701,916
816,780
25
198,694
234,984
200,236
25
269,428
247,671
289,291
4152
Revaluation of Property
4153
Legal Expense
4155-4159 Personnel Administration
4191-4193 Planning & Zoning
4194
General Government Buildings
25
272,500
331,159
273,500
4195
Cemeteries
25
21,804
17,763
21,455
4196
Insurance
25
160,000
135,770
140,000
4197
Advertising & Regional Assoc.
4199
Other General Government
25
1,619,029
1,442,524
1,693,973
25
849,688
734,566
783,825
PUBLIC SAFETY
4210-4214 Police
4215-4219 Ambulance
4220-4229 Fire
4240-4249 Building Inspection
4290-4298 Emergency Management
4299
Other:
AIRPORT/AVIATION CENTER
4301-4309 Airport Operations
HIGHWAYS & STREETS
4311
Administration
25
1,480,229
1,300,837
1,498,027
4312
Highways & Streets
25
268,000
173,376
264,000
4313
Bridges
4316
Street Lighting
4319
Other: Road Projects
16
733,000
581,108
750,000
25
529,921
494,299
528,838
SANITATION
4321
Administration
4323
Solid Waste Collection
4324
Solid Waste Disposal
4325
Solid Waste Clean-up
4326-4329 Sewage Coll. & Disposal & Other
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MS-6
FY 2011
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
OP Bud.
Warr.
Art.#
Appropriations
Prior Year As
Approved by DRA
Actual
Expenditures
Prior Year
Appropriations
Ensuing FY
Appropriations
Ensuing FY
Acct. #
PURPOSE OF APPROPRIATIONS
(RSA 32:3,V)
(Recommended)
(Not Recommended)
WATER DISTRIBUTION & TREATMENT
4331
Administration
4332
Water Services
4335-4339 Water Treatment, Conserv.& Other
ELECTRIC
4351-4352 Admin. and Generation
4353
Purchase Costs
4354
Electric Equipment Maintenance
4359
Other Electric Costs
HEALTH
4411
Administration
4414
Pest Control
25
456,804
-
4415-4419 Health Agencies & Hosp. & Other
380,165
-
451,225
-
WELFARE
25
158,318
137,642
158,648
4520-4529 Parks & Recreation
25
437,237
379,306
351,633
4550-4559 Library
26
444,060
427,907
454,484
4441-4442 Administration & Direct Assist.
4444
Intergovernmental Welfare Pymts
4445-4449 Vendor Payments & Other
CULTURE & RECREATION
4583
Patriotic Purposes
4589
Other Culture & Recreation
-
-
-
CONSERVATION
4611-4612 Admin.& Purch. of Nat. Resources
4619
Other Conservation
4631-4632 Redevelopment and Housing
4651-4659 Economic Development
DEBT SERVICE
4711
Princ.- Long Term Bonds & Notes
4721
Interest-Long Term Bonds & Notes
4723
Int. on Tax Anticipation Notes
4790-4799 Other Debt Service
MS-6
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Budget - Town of Moultonborough
MS-6
1
FY 2011
2
Acct. #
SOURCE OF REVENUE
3
Warr.
Art.#
4
5
6
Estimated Revenues
Prior Year
Actual
Revenues
Prior Year
Estimated
Revenues
Ensuing Year
INTERFUND OPERATING TRANSFERS IN
3912
From Special Revenue Funds
3913
From Capital Projects Funds
3914
From Enterprise Funds
Sewer - (Offset)
Water - (Offset)
Electric - (Offset)
Airport - (Offset)
3915
From Capital Reserve Funds
17 & 22
3916
From Trust & Fiduciary Funds
14 & 17
3917
Transfers from Conservation Funds
55,000
101,935
234,500
273,399
48,771
2,810,330
2,676,001
OTHER FINANCING SOURCES
3934
Proc. from Long Term Bonds & Notes
30,000
Amount Voted From Fund Balance
Estimated Fund Balance to Reduce Taxes
TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUE & CREDITS
2,522,508
**BUDGET SUMMARY**
Prior Year
Operating Budget Appropriations Recommended (from page 4)
Ensuing Year
9,436,328
9,631,020
439,500
614,421
44,201
68,615
TOTAL Appropriations Recommended
9,920,029
10,314,056
Less: Amount of Estimated Revenues & Credits (from above)
2,522,508
2,676,001
Estimated Amount of Taxes to be Raised
7,397,521
7,638,055
Special Warrant Articles Recommended (from page 5)
Individual Warrant Articles Recommended (from page 5)
MS-6
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2012 BUDGET
TOWN OF MOULTONBOROUGH
BUDGET
2011
W/ Amendments
& 2010 Encumbrances
GENERAL GOVERNMENT:
Executive Officers
Administration
Tax Collector
Town Clerk
Town Assessing
Abatements
Elections
DPW - Facilities
Development Services
Insurance
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
361,236.00
443,703.00
150,357.00
191,577.00
199,794.00
19,293.00
332,500.00
271,578.00
160,000.00
PUBLIC SAFETY:
Police Department
Fire Department
$
$
HIGHWAYS AND STREETS (incl. CEMETERIES):
Highways & Streets DPW - Highway
DPW - Private Roads
DPW - Fema Damage
Road Projects
Road Improvement Block Grant
State Aid to Roads ( Fox Hollow )
DPW - Cemeteries
SANITATION:
DPW - Transfer Station
WELFARE:
Human Services
HEALTH & SOCIAL SERVICES:
Visiting Nurse Service
Community Action Program
Interlakes Day Care Center
Loon Preservation Center
MS Senior Meals Program
Starting Point
Suicide Prevention Coalition
VNA Hospice
West Wynde Elderly Housing
Winnipesaukee Wellness Center
Sandwich Children's Center
Red Hill Firetower
Collective Bargaining Agreement - Police
LIBRARY:
Library
ACTUAL
2011
BUDGET
2012
EXPENDITURES
$
$
$
$
230,788.93
394,135.36
136,539.33
171,241.60
180,465.20
54,519.27
5,995.18
331,159.29
247,670.99
135,769.85
444,857.00
467,625.00
154,785.00
194,370.00
200,236.00
25,748.00
273,500.00
289,291.00
140,000.00
1,615,279.00
817,772.00
$
$
1,442,524.28
734,565.84
1,693,973.00
783,825.00
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
1,415,779.00
268,000.00
85,000.00
792,563.10
377,713.58
241,126.00
21,804.00
$
$
$
$
$
$
1,300,837.05
173,376.15
544,896.17
7,075.00
29,137.23
17,763.38
1,498,027.00
264,000.00
600,000.00
150,000.00
21,455.00
$
526,171.00
$
494,298.64
528,838.00
$
158,668.00
$
137,642.12
158,648.00
$
461,304.00
$
380,165.07
451,225.00
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
7,500.00
1,299.00
1,000.00
9,000.00
1,072.00
12,000.00
830.00
500.00
8,000.00
3,000.00
-
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
7,500.00
1,299.00
1,000.00
9,000.00
1,072.00
8,853.20
830.00
500.00
8,000.00
3,000.00
-
7,500.00
1,350.00
1,000.00
9,000.00
1,215.00
12,000.00
830.00
8,000.00
3,000.00
5,000.00
19,720.00
$
444,060.00
$
427,906.75
454,484.00
-43-
$
$
$
$
$
CULTURE AND RECREATION:
Recreation
$
439,537.00
$
379,305.89
351,633.00
CAPITAL OUTLAY:
Mach., Vehicles and Equipment:
Fire Department - Fire Boat
Fire Department - Bunker Gear
Fire Department - Engine 3 Repair
Fire Department - Utility 1 Refit
DPW Facilities - Flooring Replacement
DPW Highway - 1 Ton w/ Plow / Sander
DPW Highway Equipment - Truck
Pathway Phase 2 & 3
Playground Drive & Community Center Fields (2)
Police Department - Cruiser
Town Hall Software Update
Town Hall Generator
Town Hall Roof
Transfer Station - Equipment & Improvements
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
173,858.00
12,139.00
143,269.00
29,085.00
257,444.30
59,920.32
6,164.18
35,507.89
$
$
$
$
$
$
12,138.73
143,268.75
190.00
24,828.19
53,245.42
2,500.00
35,507.89
15,000.00
50,000.00
15,000.00
25,000.00
45,000.00
199,500.00
35,000.00
100,000.00
-
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
9,500.00
22,500.00
75,000.00
75,000.00
7,000.00
14,500.00
24,000.00
9,500.00
22,500.00
75,000.00
75,000.00
7,000.00
14,500.00
24,000.00
10,150.00
22,500.00
109,000.00
160,000.00
2,500.00
14,500.00
24,000.00
23,771.08
TO CAPITAL RESERVE ACCOUNTS:
Comm Substance Abuse P&E - CR
Communications Technology - CR
Firefighting Equipment - CR
Highway Dept Equipment - CR
PD Comm Equipment - CR
Personnel Reserve - CR
Reappraisal - CR
Public Works Equipment - CR
( Funds to be Transferred from RRP/WMF MF Fund)
TO TRUST AND AGENCY FUNDS:
Dry Hydrant - MF
Historical Buildings - MF
Lee's Mills - MF
Municipal Building - MF
Milfoil - MF
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
EXPENDITURES FROM CR AND MF
Police Department - Communcations Equipment - CR
Police Department - Comm.Sub Prev. & Enf - CR
DPW - Road Sealing & Paving - MF
Historical Buildings - MF
Milfoil - MF
$
$
$
$
$
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS
2010 Amendments & Encumbrances
2010 Budget
$
$
$
-44-
10,000.00
2,000.00
200,000.00
$
$
$
$
$
-
10,995,903.37 $
(990,874.37)
10,005,029.00
10,000.00
2,000.00
200,000.00
2,295.29
10,150.00
53,606.50
2,443.16
199,605.31
8,978,112.01
2,500.00
12,500.00
3,000.00
35,000.00
195,000.00
-
10,314,056.08
Estimated
Revenue 2011
Actual
Revenue 2011
Estimated
Revenue 2012
TAXES:
Land Use Change Taxes
Yield Taxes
Payment in Lieu of Taxes
Boat Taxes
Interest & Penalties on Taxes
$
$
$
$
$
5,000.00
5,000.00
36,640.00
25,000.00
40,000.00
$
$
$
$
$
64,724.46
5,458.89
39,104.31
23,581.86
50,424.26
15,000.00
10,000.00
35,000.00
26,500.00
35,000.00
LICENSES AND PERMITS:
Motor Vehicle Permit Fees
Building Permits / Health Fees
Other Licenses, Permits, Fees
$
$
$
1,090,000.00
45,000.00
10,000.00
$
$
$
1,030,756.48
53,188.73
12,195.00
1,065,000.00
65,000.00
8,500.00
FROM STATE:
Shared Revenue
Meals & Room Tax Distrib.
Highway Block Grant
State Aid to Roads ( Fox Hollow )
$
$
$
$
180,628.00
161,419.00
-
$
$
180,628.47
161,418.84
-
CHARGES FOR SERVICES:
Income From Departments
Nurse Income
Police Department Income
WMF Income
$
$
$
200,000.00
60,000.00
130,000.00
$
$
$
214,594.69
48,429.24
161,137.76
250,000.00
75,000.00
135,000.00
$
$
64,800.00
50,000.00
$
$
4,015.11
22,207.07
15,000.00
25,000.00
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
1,860.00
10,000.00
102,011.00
65,000.00
22,500.00
75,150.00
500.00
5,000.00
50,000.00
2,000.00
$
$
$
$
$
1,860.00
9,224.62
71,312.27
83,130.00
72,178.69
5,110.75
55,735.00
62,079.03
2,500.00
1,860.00
12,500.00
70,000.00
35,000.00
22,500.00
500.00
7,500.00
55,000.00
56,870.00
2,500.00
MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES:
Sale of Municipal Property
Interest on Investments
Other Miscellaneous Revenue:
Rent Town Property
Land Use Office - Income
Miscellaneous Income
WMF/Beach/Temp. Permits
Cable Franchise
Recreation Sponsors & Income
Cemetery Trust Fund Interest
Fire Tower Income
Employee Insurance Payment
Cobra (Ins) Reimbursement
Lee's Mill - Dock Leases
INTERFUND OPERATING TRANSFERS IN:
Road Sealing / Paving MF
Historical Buildings MF
Milfoil MF
Municipal Building MF (2010)
Senior Center CR (2010)
Substance Abuse Prevention & Enforcement CR
Police Department Communication Equip CR
Police Department Communication Equip CR ( 2010)
FROM MAINTENANCE TRUST FUNDS:
Municipal Building MF
Public Works Equipment - CR
( Funds to be Transferred from RRP/WMF MF Fund)
FROM CAPITAL RESERVE FUNDS:
Highway Equipment CR
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
-
$
-
$
$
$
$
$
218,500.00
150,000.00
53,607.00
2,443.00
199,605.00
17,744.00
27,081.00
10,150.00
2,295.00
7,409.00
-
$
$
$
-45-
55,000.00
$
55,000.00
224,500.00
23,771.08
-
35,000.00
OTHER FINANCING SOURCES:
Amount used to Reduce Taxes
$
30,000.00
TOTAL REVENUES AND CREDITS
$
2,522,508.00
Total Appropriations
Total Appropriations does not include Carry-Over
Less Amount of Estimated Revenues
$
$
2,522,508.00
Amount of Taxes to be Raised
2010 Amendments & Encumbrances
(Exclusive of School/County Taxes)
$
$
$
-46-
$
2,810,329.53
2
2,676,001.08
10,995,903.37 $
8,978,112.01
10,314,056.08
$
2,810,329.53
$ 2,676,001.08
8,473,395.37 $
(990,874.37)
7,482,521.00
7
6,167,782.48
7
7,638,055.00
Summary Inventory of Valuation
MS-1 for 2011
Land Values
$
1,707,720,108.00
Building Values
$
1,030,756,600.00
Public Utilities
$
7,942,289.00
Total Valuation Before Exemptions
$
2,746,418,997.00
$
1,913,961.00
Net Valuation on Which the Tax Rate for
Municipal, County and Local Education
is computed
$
2,744,505,036.00
Less Value Public Utilities
$
7,942,289.00
Net Valuation without Utilities on
which Tax Rate for State Education Tax
is Computed
$
2,736,562,747.00
Elderly Exemptions
$
1,645,200.00
Blind Exemptions
$
150,000.00
Disabled Exemptions
$
100,000.00
Improvements to Assist Persons
with Disabilities
$
18,761.00
Total Exemptions Allowed
$
1,913,961.00
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2011
Municipal
County
School - State
School - Local
Tax Rate:
2010
2009
2008
2.77
1.06
1.97
2.53
$
$
$
$
2.63
1.05
2.32
2.12
$
$
$
$
2.22
1.03
2.31
2.14
$
$
$
$
$ 8.33
$
8.12
$
7.70
$ 7.66
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2.32
0.97
2.21
2.16
2007
$
$
$
$
2.07
0.79
2.01
2.12
$ 6.99
2006
$
$
$
$
1.89
0.75
2.34
1.73
$ 6.71
2005
$
$
$
$
2.05
0.77
2.58
1.39
$ 6.79
2004
$
$
$
$
1.66
0.78
2.87
2.68
$ 7.99
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6WDWHPHQWRI$SSURSULDWLRQV
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Town Officers
Administration
Tax Collector
Town Clerk
Town Assessing
Elections
Building & Ground Maintenance
Development Services
Insurance
Police Department
Fire Department
Dept of Public Works - Highway Department
Private Roads
Road Projects
Road Improvement Block Grant
State Aid To Roads
Cemeteries
Dept of Public Works - Transfer Station
Human Services
Visiting Nurse Service
Community Action Program
Interlakes Day Care Center
Loon Preservation Center
M. Senior Meals Program
Salvation Army
Starting Point
Suicide Prevention Coalition
VNA Hospice
West Wynde Elderly Housing
Winnipesaukee Wellness Center
Center Harbor Cong. Church
Sandwich Children's Center
Library
Recreation
Capital Outlay - Old Fire Station Roof/Trim/Paint
Capital Outlay - Town Hall Trim Repair/Full Paint
Capital Outlay - Energy Building Maintenance
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$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
409,386.00
441,103.00
149,057.00
190,777.00
198,694.00
19,293.00
272,500.00
269,428.00
160,000.00
1,619,029.00
849,688.00
1,480,229.00
268,000.00
590,000.00
143,000.00
21,804.00
529,921.00
158,318.00
456,804.00
7,500.00
1,299.00
1,000.00
9,000.00
1,072.00
12,000.00
830.00
500.00
8,000.00
3,000.00
444,060.00
437,237.00
-
Capital Outlay - Phase 2: Sign Replacement FHWA
Capital Outlay - Backhoe
Capital Outlay - Highway Equipment
Capital Outlay - Fire Equipment Bunker Gear
Capital Outlay - Fire Boat
Capital Outlay - Police Cruiser
Capital Outlay - Fleet Passenger / Cargo Vehicle
Pathway Warrant Article
Capital Reserve Highway Equipment
Capital Reserve Fire Equipment
Capital Reserve Reappraisal
Capital Reserve Communication Technology
Capital Reserve Police Dept Comm. Equipment
Capital Reserve Community Substance Abuse & Prev
Capital Reserve Personnel Reserve
Maintenance Trust Lee's Mills Improvements
Maintenance Trust Historical
Maintenance Trust Dry Hydrant
Maintenance Trust Milfoil
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
727$/$335235,$7,216
Land Use Change Taxes
Yield Taxes
Payment in Lieu of Taxes
Boat Taxes
Interest & Penalties on Taxes
Motor Vehicle Permit Fees
Building Permits / Health Fees
Other Licenses, Permits and Fees
Shared Revenue
Meals & Room Tax Distrib.
Highway Block Grant
Nurse Income
Police Department Income
WMF Income
Interest on Investments
Sale of Town Property
Rent Town Property
Development Services Income
Miscellaneous Income
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
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15,000
163,000
75,000
75,000
24,000
22,500
7,000
9,500
14,500
2,000
10,000
200,000
5,000.00
5,000.00
36,640.00
25,000.00
40,000.00
1,090,000.00
45,000.00
10,000.00
180,628.00
161,419.00
200,000.00
60,000.00
130,000.00
50,000.00
64,800.00
1,860.00
10,000.00
102,011.00
Cable Franchise
Recreation Sponsors & Income
Cemetery Trust Fund Interest
Fire Tower Income
Landfill & Beach Permit Income
Cobra (Ins) Reimbursement
Lee's Mills - Dock Leases
From Capital Reserve
Fund to Reduce Taxes
$
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$
$
$
$
$
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Overlay
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$
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Gross Approp. - Revenue Net Local School
State Education Taxes
22,500.00
75,150.00
500.00
5,000.00
65,000.00
50,000.00
2,000.00
55,000.00
30,000.00
(2,522,508.00)
19,668.00
184,013.00
$ 12,332,889.00
$ (6,931,025.00)
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Town Assessing
Abatement Refunds
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Public Works - General Highway
Private Roads
Road Improvement - Block Grant
Road Projects
Road Projects - Fox Hollow
State Aid to Roads
Public Works - Transfer Station
Human Services
Visiting Nurse Service
VNA-Hospice
Interlakes Day Care Center
Meals-on-Wheels
Winnipesaukee Wellness Center
Community Action Program
Starting Point
Salvation Army
Loon Center
West Wynde Elderly Housing
Suicide Prevention Coalition
Center Harbor Cong. Church
Sandwich Children's Center
Recreation
$SSURS
$ 409,386
$ 441,103
$ 149,057
$ 190,777
$ 198,694
$
$ 272,500
$ 269,428
$ 21,804
$ 19,293
$ 160,000
$ 849,688
$ 1,619,029
$ 1,480,229
$ 268,000
$ 143,000
$ 590,000
$
$
$ 529,921
$ 158,318
$ 456,804
$
830
$
1,299
$
9,000
$
8,000
$
7,500
$
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$
$
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$
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$ 12,000
$
$
3,000
$ 437,237
130,000
200,000
75,150
$
$
$
50,000
5,000
60,000
$
$
$
161,419
45,000
10,000
$
$
$
590,939
50,000
1,090,000
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
234,714
12,591
104,973
241,126
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$ 1,032,042
$
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$ 1,280,777
$
198,694
$
$
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$
279,428
$
21,804
$
19,293
$
210,000
$
864,038
$ 1,679,029
$ 1,480,229
$
268,000
$
539,133
$
602,591
$
104,973
$
241,126
$
659,921
$
158,318
$
656,804
$
830
$
1,299
$
9,000
$
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$
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$
180,465
$
54,519
$
331,159
$
247,671
$
17,763
$
5,995
$
135,770
$
734,566
$
1,442,524
$
1,300,837
$
173,376
$
7,075
$
544,896
$
29,137
$
$
494,299
$
137,642
$
380,165
$
830
$
1,299
$
9,000
$
8,000
$
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$
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$
$
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$
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$
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$
$
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$
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$
178,597
$
636,659
$
62,518
$ 1,109,535
$
18,229
$
(54,519)
$
(13,659)
$
31,757
$
4,041
$
13,298
$
74,230
$
129,472
$
236,505
$
179,392
$
94,624
$
532,058
$
57,694
$
75,835
$
241,126
$
165,622
$
20,676
$
276,639
$
$
$
$
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$
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$
$
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$
$
$
133,081
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$
Library
$ 444,060
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$
Capital Outlay - Town Hall Roof
$
Capital Outlay - Town Hall Generator
$
Capital Outlay - Fire Boat
$ 163,000
Capital Outlay - Fire Equipment Bunker Gear
$ 15,000
Capital Outlay - Highway Truck & Equip
$ 150,000
Capital Outlay - Police Cruiser
$
Capital Outlay - Fleet Passenger / Cargo Vehicle
$
Capital Outlay - Playground Dr. & Comm. Ctr. Field $
Capital Outlay - Transfer Station Equip & Improve
$
Capital Outlay - Pathway Phase 2 & 3
$
Capital Outlay - Lee's Mills
$
Capital Outlay - Safe Routes to School
$
Pathway Warrant Article
$
Conservation Commission Expenditures
$
Capital Reserve Highway Equipment
$ 75,000
Capital Reserve Fire Equipment
$ 75,000
Capital Reserve Reappraisal
$ 24,000
Capital Reserve Communication Technology
$ 22,500
Capital Reserve Police Dept Comm. Equipment
$
7,000
Capital Reserve Community Substance Abuse & Prev $
9,500
Capital Reserve Personnel Reserve
$ 14,500
Maintenance Trust Lee's Mills Improvements
$
2,000
Maintenance Trust Historical
$
Maintenance Trust Dry Hydrant
$ 10,000
Maintenance Trust Milfoil
$ 200,000
Reserve & Trust Expenditures - Historical Buildings
$
Reserve & Trust Expenditures - Police Comm.Equip
$
Reserve & Trust Expenditures - Comm.Sub.Abuse Prev $
Reserve & Trust Expenditures - Road Sealing/Paving $
Reserve & Trust Expenditures - Milfoil
$
Trustees of Trust Funds
TOTALS
$ 9,920,029
$
$
55,000
2,522,508
29,085
$
990,874
257,444
35,508
$
$
$
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59,920
$
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$
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$
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$
163,000
$
15,000
$
150,000
$
$
$
257,444
$
35,508
$
$
$
$
29,085
$
$
75,000
$
75,000
24,000
$
$
22,500
$
7,000
$
9,500
$
14,500
$
2,000
$
$
10,000
$
200,000
$
$
$
$
$
$
55,000
$ 13,433,411
75,000
75,000
24,000
22,500
7,000
9,500
14,500
2,000
10,000
200,000
2,443
2,295
10,150
53,607
199,605
8,979,360
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
-
2,500
53,245
12,139
143,269
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$
$
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$
6,675
$
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$
2,861
$
6,731
$
$
$
232,616
$
$
(190)
$
$
$
29,085
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
(2,443)
$
(2,295)
$
(10,150)
$
(53,607)
$ (199,605)
$
55,000
$ 4,454,052
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Boat Registration Fees
Code Enforcement - Building Permits
NH Highway Block Grant
NH Shared Revenue
NH Meals & Rooms Tax Distribution
Payments In Lieu of Taxes
Sale of Town Property *
Sale of Cemetery Lots **
Rent Town Property
Forest Fire Reimbursement
Cemetery Grave Opening
Cobra Reimbursement
State Cable Franchise
Misc Revenue
Lees Mill Dock Leases
Interest on Investments-Checking Acct
Interest on Investments-Savings Acct
Police Income - Grants
Police Income - Pistol Permits
Police Income - Misc
Police Income - Fines
Police Income - Alcohol Fines
Police Income - Details
Land Use Office - Revenue
Town Offices Revenue
Septic Design Income
WMF Recycling Income
WMF Disposal Fees
WMF & Beach Permit Income
WMF Temporary Permit Income
Visiting Nurse Income
Recreation - Sponsor Income
Recreation - Program Income
Recreation - Beach Passes
Tsfr from Trust & Cap Rsrv Funds
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$25,000.00
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$250,000.00
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$10,000.00
$0.00
$1,860.00
$5,000.00
$0.00
$50,000.00
$22,500.00
$102,011.00
$2,000.00
$50,000.00
$0.00
$17,000.00
$1,100.00
$7,800.00
$1,100.00
$16,000.00
$17,000.00
$10,000.00
$0.00
$0.00
$130,000.00
$0.00
$65,000.00
$0.00
$200,000.00
$75,150.00
$0.00
$0.00
$55,000.00
$23,581.86
$0.00
$50,273.73
$0.00
$161,418.84
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$180,628.47
$0.00
$39,104.31
$0.00
$69,868.11 $65,853.00
$3,405.00 $1,750.00
$1,860.00
$0.00
$5,110.75
$0.00
$3,150.00
$0.00
$62,079.03
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$64,326.83
$0.00
$2,500.00
$0.00
$145.37
$0.00
$22,061.70
$0.00
$24,735.18
$0.00
$940.00
$0.00
$2,224.80
$0.00
$2,394.00
$0.00
$2,550.00
$0.00
$15,585.26
$0.00
$9,224.62
$0.00
$2,180.44
$0.00
$2,915.00
$0.00
$85,884.73
$0.00
$75,253.03
$0.00
$79,370.00
$0.00
$630.00
$0.00
$214,594.69
$0.00
$3,394.00
$0.00
$68,784.69
$0.00
$3,130.00
$0.00
$375,334.00
$0.00
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$23,581.86
$50,273.73
$161,418.84
$0.00
$180,628.47
$39,104.31
$4,015.11
$1,655.00
$1,860.00
$5,110.75
$3,150.00
$62,079.03
$0.00
$64,326.83
$2,500.00
$145.37
$22,061.70
$24,735.18
$940.00
$2,224.80
$2,394.00
$2,550.00
$15,585.26
$9,224.62
$2,180.44
$2,915.00
$85,884.73
$75,253.03
$79,370.00
$630.00
$214,594.69
$3,394.00
$68,784.69
$3,130.00
$375,334.00
$1,326,521.00 $1,658,638.44 $67,603.00 $1,591,035.44
Respectfully submitted,
Heidi Davis
Finance & Personnel Director
* Check was issued to Trustees of Trusts - Town Acquisition Fund
** Town purchased Cemetery Lots back from Property Owner
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Town Officers
Administration
Tax Collector
Town Clerk
Assessing
Abatement Refunds
Buildings & Grounds
Development Services
Cemeteries
Elections
Insurance
$230,788.93
$395,383.17
$136,539.33
$171,241.60
$180,465.20
$54,519.27
$331,159.29
$247,670.99
$17,763.38
$5,995.18
$135,769.85
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Police Department
$734,565.84
$1,442,524.28
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Highway Maintenance
Private Roads
Road Improvement Block Grant
Road Projects
Road Projects - Fox Hollow
State Aid to Roads
$1,300,837.05
$173,376.15
$7,075.00
$544,896.17
$29,137.23
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$137,642.12
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Visiting Nurse Service
VNA - Hospice
Interlakes Day Care Center
Meals on Wheels
Winnipesaukee Wellness Center
Community Action Program
Starting Point
West Wynde Elderly Housing
Loon Center
Suicide Prevention Coalition
Center Harbor Cong. Church
Sandwich Children's Center
$380,165.07
$830.00
$1,299.00
$9,000.00
$8,000.00
$7,500.00
$1,072.00
$500.00
$1,000.00
$8,853.20
$0.00
$3,000.00
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Playground Improvements
Library
$379,305.89
$0.00
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Backhoe
Conservation Commission Expenditures
Fire Equipment - Bunker Gear
Fleet Passenger / Cargo Vehicle
Highway Generator
Highway Trucks & Equip
Lee's Mills
Old Fire Station Roof/Trim & Paint
Pathway Phase 2 & 3
Phase 1 - Sign Replacement FHWA
Phase 2 - Sign Replacement FHWA
Playground Drive & Comm. Ctr.Fields
Police Cruiser
Safe Routes to School Grant
Town Hall Generator
Town Hall Roof
Town Hall Trim Repair/Full Paint
Transfer Station Equipment & Improvements
$12,138.73
$143,268.75
$190.00
$24,828.19
$53,245.42
$2,500.00
$35,507.89
([SHQGLWXUHVIURP7UXVWDQG$JHQF\)XQGV
Road Sealing/Paving
Police Dept Comm. Equipment
Community Substance Abuse Prevention & Enforcement
Historical
Milfoil
$53,606.50
$2,295.29
$10,150.00
$2,443.16
$199,605.31
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$5,401,864.00
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Tax Collector’s Report
SUMMARY OF TAX ACCOUNTS
January 1, 2011 - December 31, 2011
Town of Moultonborough, NH
-DEBITS-------------------Levies of---------------------2011
2010
Uncollected Taxes-Beginning of Fiscal Year
Property Taxes
Land Use Change
Yield Taxes
Property Tax Credit Balance
Taxes Committed This Year:
Property Taxes
Land Use Change
Yield Taxes
Overpayment:
Property Taxes
Property Tax-Interest
Property Tax-Costs
Yield Tax-Interest
Yield Tax-Costs
Land Use Change Tax
Miscellaneous Fees
TOTAL DEBITS
$ 965,823.52
$
$
636.73
($
12,166.99)
$22,668,279.00
$
80,988.46
$
6,713.60
$
$
$
$
45,149.10
$
9,539.40
$
50.00
$
$
$
450.00
$
121.00
$22,799,123.57
$
$
$
$
$
-CREDITSRemitted to Treasurer During Period:
Property Taxes
$21,595,895.93
Yield Tax
$
4,822.16
Land Use Change Tax
$
64,724.46
Property Tax-Interest (Inc lien conversion)
$
9,539.40
Property Tax-Costs
$
50.00
Land Use & Yield Tax-Interest
$
Land Use & Yield Tax-Costs
$
Land Use Change-Interest
$
Miscellaneous Fees
$
121.00
Conversion to Lien (principal only)
Abatements Made:
Property Taxes
$
7,315.00
Land Use Change Tax
$
16,714.00
CURRENT LEVY DEEDED
$
5,057.00
UNCOLLECTED TAXES-END OF YEAR
Property Taxes
Yield Taxes
Property Tax Credit Balance
TOTAL CREDITS
$ 1,126,138.69
$
1,891.44
($
33,145.51)
$22,799,123.57
-96-
884.16
33,038.42
7,739.50
38.94
18.00
____________
$ 1,008,179.27
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
692,821.71
636.73
33,038.42
7,739.50
38.94
18.00
273,885.97
$
$
____________
$ 1,008,179.27
Tax Collector’s Report
SUMMARY OF TAX ACCOUNTS
January 1, 2011 - December 31, 2011
Town of Moultonborough, NH
-DEBITS--------------------Levies of---------------------2010
2009
2008
Prior Years
Unredeemed Liens Bal. Beg.
Of Fiscal Yr
Liens Executed During Fiscal Year
Interest & Costs Collected
(After Lien Execution)
TOTAL DEBITS
$160,677.41 $103,243.50
$3,213.29
$ 9,459.69 $ 17,162.27 $ 42,491.82
$1,459.77
$304,317.17 $177,839.68 $145,735.32
$4,673.06
$294,857.48
-CREDITSRemittance to Treasurer:
Redemptions
Interest/Costs (After
Lien Execution)
Abatements of Unredeemed Taxes
Liens Deeded to Municipality
Unredeemed Liens Bal. End of Year
TOTAL CREDITS
$136,094.42 $ 72,243.44 $ 94,734.35
$2,505.64
$ 9,459.69
$ 5,747.60
$ 5,669.39
$147,346.07
$ 42,491.82
$
$ 5,733.96
$ 2,775.19
$1,459.77
$304,317.17 $177,839.68 $145,735.32
$4,673.06
$ 17,162.27
$
$ 6,265.89
$ 82,168.08
$ 707.65
Since the end of 2005 I have been reviewing our options to accept payments for real estate taxes
electronically. I am pleased to say that in the Fall of 2011 taxpayers were able to pay their real estate
taxes online or by telephone through a third party payment provider contracted through the Town. The
Town does not receive nor store any credit card or bank information. To pay online, go to the Town’s
website and click the House Icon on the left and enter your payment information. If you wish to pay by
telephone, call the toll free number 1.866.480.8552. There is a convenience fee charged to the taxpayer
by the provider which is disclosed prior to submitting your payment (currently 2.85% for credit cards and
$1 for electronic checks online). The Town does not charge nor receive any fees for this program. At this
time we are unable to process credit or debit cards over the counter, nor are we able to accept payments
over the telephone. To date thirty-two taxpayer’s have chosen to pay their taxes electronically totaling
$34,715.
Low & Moderate Tax Relief Program: You can obtain the forms on-line (Useful Links section of the
town website) or stop by the Tax Collector’s Office. I would expect the forms to be available by May 2,
2012. You are eligible for the program if you own a homestead or an interest in a homestead and have
resided in the home since April 1, 2011; and if you are single with an adjusted gross income of $20,000 or
less; or married or head of NH household with an adjusted gross income of $40,000 or less. The claim
forms must be mailed no earlier than May 1, 2012 and no later than June 30, 2012. Although this is a
State sponsored program, I will try to answer any questions you may have regarding this program.
Respectfully submitted,
Susette M. Remson
Certified Tax Collector
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Report of the Town Clerk
January 1, 2011- December 31, 2011
MOTOR VEHICLE PERMITS
Registrations Issued
Titles Processed
Municipal Agent (State decals, Plate work)
8745
1193
8644
$1,030,846.48
DOG LICENSE FEES
Issued
1029
$7,019.50
UNIFORMED COMMERCIAL CODE FILING FEES
76
WETLANDS APPLICATIONS
Processed
38
$1,140.00
$ 652.00
VITAL STATISTIC FEES
Certified copies
(birth, death, marriage, divorce) Issued
$1,730.00
130
MARRIAGE LICENSES
Issued
$1,360.00
29
MISCELLANEOUS FEES
Pole licenses, aqua-therm permits, articles of agreements,
Filing, checklists, copies
TOTAL AMOUNT COLLECTED FOR TOWN
$293.50
$1,043,041.48
TOTAL AMOUNT COLLECTED FOR STATE
AS A MOTOR VEHICLE MUNICIPAL AGENT
$505,359.97
TOTAL
$1,548,401.45
In 2011 the Town Clerk's Office added another online service. We now have the Vital records (birth,
death, marriage and divorce) certified copy requests available online.
I attended Senate hearings in Concord during their winter sessions where they discussed pro's and con's of
passing a number of bills affecting my office. The functions of the Town Clerk's Office was affected by
several law changes concerning Elections, Motor Vehicle, Marriage and various other duties we process.
The upcoming year of 2012 will be extremely busy, especially processing 4 elections.
March 13, 2012 - Town & School Election Day
March 17, 2012 - Annual Town & School Meeting
September 11, 2012 - State Primary Election Day
November 06, 2012 - General Election Day
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The dog license tags arrived January 1st. Per state RSA, dogs must be licensed by April 30th each year or
there will be a $25.00 civil forfeiture issued to the dog owner. You may also license your dog by mail.
The fees are $7.50 for an altered dog or $10.00 for a non-altered dog. The fee is $2.00 for a dog whose
owner is 65 years of age. Mail the proper fee and a self-addressed, stamped envelope to the Town Clerk’s
Office, Post Office Box 15, Moultonborough, NH 03254, or go to the Moultonborough website homepage
(www.moultonboroughnh.gov) and look for online services.
Respectfully submitted,
Barbara E. Wakefield
NHTC Certified Town Clerk
Supervisors of the Checklist 2011 Report
The Supervisors of the Checklist are responsible for maintaining the voter checklist according to the laws
of the State of NH.
In 2011 a key effort for the Supervisors was the State Mandated 2011 Checklist Purge. New Hampshire
RSA 654:39 requires that the checklist be verified every ten years by striking from the checklist the
names of all persons who have not voted in any election in the last four years. With the creation of the
statewide voter registration database called “ElectioNet” in 2006, Supervisors now have access to this
type of election history data. There were 408 Moultonborough voters affected by the 2011 purge.
According to RSA 669:62 the Supervisors are responsible for appointing an interim moderator in case of
a vacancy. The Supervisors appointed Jerry Hopkins as Interim Town Moderator in September 2011.
There will be four elections in 2012. Preparation for the NH Presidential Primary began in 2011.
As of the NH Presidential Primary on January 10, 2012, Moultonborough has 1312 Undeclared voters,
556 Democrats and 1555 Republicans for a total of 3423registered voters. This number often changes
weekly which makes keeping the checklist up to date an important focus for the Supervisors.
We look forward to seeing you at the polls.
Respectfully submitted,
Sally Carver
Cheryl Kahn
Laurie Whitley
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Balance - January 1st - 2011
$
514,591.71
Tax Collector
Town Clerk
Town Offices
Building Inspection
Nurse Association
Transfers IN- From Savings Account
Town of Moultonborough, Withholding
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
23,059,483.62
1,043,082.68
891,980.97
50,273.73
176,329.31
14,912,500.00
718,717.80
40,852,368.11
Other - Voided Check
Interest
$
$
$
447,843.31
145.37
447,988.68
Total Payments for all Purposes
Transfers OUT - From Savings Account
Town of Moultonborough, Withholding
$
$
$
$
25,307,868.82
14,071,000.00
718,717.80
40,097,586.62
Receipts
Payments
Balance - December 31st - 2011
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Balance - January 1, 2011
$
8,009,561.96
Transfer From Checking
Interest
$
$
$
14,071,000.00
22,061.70
14,093,061.70
Transfer To Checking
$
14,912,500.00
Balance December 31, 2011
Respectfully submitted,
Laura Hilliard
Treasurer
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Advisory Budget Committee (ABC)
Moultonborough’s Advisory Budget Committee (ABC) established in July 2008 is an appointed volunteer
body whose mission is to provide the community and governing bodies with independent review and
objective analysis of the annual budget.
ABC’s review and analysis is intended to provide all groups, involved in preparing budget elements, with
constructive recommendations on their planned budgets and spending practices. Specifically, our
expertise, review and recommendations are intended to provide assurance and confidence to all proposed
budgets. The ABC reviews all budget proposals and proposed monetary warrant articles originating from
the Town Administrator, SelectBoard, School Board, Library and appointed committees. The committee
operates under the authority of, and appointment by, the SelectBoard and the School Board. Membership
consists of six (6) individuals: one School Board member, one SelectBoard member, one Library Trustee
and three members appointed at-large. In addition to the six full time members the Committee has added,
this year, one alternate member at large.
Our approach continues to be a collaborative process between the ABC, The Town Administrator, School
Administration, Board of Selectmen, School Board and Library Trustees. Our intent is to ensure the
budget process is a constructive versus confrontational experience and that the results of our collaborative
efforts will be assessed as contributing measurable improvement to the town financials.
As the Committee began its comprehensive review of the 2012 budget we continued to stress the concept
of “One Town, One Tax Rate” and consolidation of duplicative activities and promotion of economies of
scale wherever feasible. The ABC would like to express thanks to the various Administrative Staffs and
members of the SelectBoard, School Board and Library Trustees for delivering responsible year- overyear budgets with nominal increases for the upcoming year. Proposed town spending for 2012 includes a
nominal year- over- year increase of .8 % or $74,000. The Proposed School Budget for the 2012/2013
includes an increase of 1.65% or $228,586. The Library budget has increased 2.35% or $10,424.
Included in the increases are significantly higher costs for health care, retirement and special education
funding due to unanticipated out of district placements. Additionally, the ABC reviewed the proposed
three year Collective Bargaining Contract for the Moultonborough School Staff Association (MSSA). We
are encouraged with the efforts by both the School Board negotiators and the negotiators for the MSSA.
It is this Committees opinion that the proposed three year Collective Bargaining Contract represents a
reasonable beginning to balancing the compensation requirements of the MSSA members with the current
economic and political climate particularly in view of additional costs related to pension funding that
have been passed down from Concord.
In addition to budget review, we continue to support and review opportunities to enhance services and
consolidate operational efficiencies for the town as a whole. We are in strong support of the efforts made
this year to propose a viable business model for utilization of the recreation revolving fund.
A significant effort was undertaken by the town to analyze opportunities to enhance and consolidate both
Town and School recreational activities. As a committee we continue to believe that synergies and
opportunities to enhance youth athletics exist through some level of consolidation. We are disappointed
that the School Board and Town SelectBoard could not come to a favorable consensus on this subject.
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Additionally, we spent considerable time with the Town analyzing the potential change from a calendar
(12/31) year end to a fiscal (6/30) year end. There are many benefits to Moultonborough for changing
the annual budget year to June 30 and related Town Meeting date to May.
In summary, this Committee has spent the last four years reviewing in detail all departmental
organizational operating budgets as well as the overall organization, policies and practices for the Town,
School and Library. We believe the operating budgets as presented represent a fair assessment of the cost
to operate the various entities under their current organizational structures. We also strongly believe that
there are many opportunities to enhance community services and the operational efficiency of the Town
as a whole. Moultonborough, as a Town, has much to offer. Our economically diverse population and
high property tax base affords us a unique opportunity to provide for all our citizens a lifestyle and
community services that most other communities of similar size in the State find cost prohibitive. In order
to accomplish further improvements and resulting enhanced services it is imperative that all Town Boards
(SelectBoard, School Board and Library Trustees) work together in an open and cooperative manner for
benefit of the entire Community. To enable this community to grow we need to work harder at coming
together as a community. Nothing remains stagnant forever. In very well run organizations, the policies,
procedures, working-relationships and trends are continually reviewed and adjusted to improve conditions
and results. Our leaders should seek shared opportunities and interests that draw our school, retirement,
business and summer lakefront communities together. We are One Town / and have One Tax Rate.
Our respective final 2011 reports and all committee minutes, issued since this report went to print, can be
found on the Moultonborough Town website at www.moultonboroughnh.gov
Respectfully submitted,
Jean Beadle, Chair
Moultonborough Advisory Budget committee
Members:
Alan Ballard
Jean Beadle
Ed Marudzinski
Tom Randell (ABC Alternate at Large)
Kathy Garry (School Board Representative)
Barbara Sheppard (Library Trustee Representative)
Russ Wakefield (Select Board Representative)
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Trustees of the Trust Funds
The Trustees of Trust Funds for the Town of Moultonborough, NH met Six (6) times during the year in
public sessions managing thirty (35) trust accounts varying between $2.7 and $3.3 million dollars.
Forty Five (45) Deposits totaling Five Hundred Thousand and Ninety Two Dollars ($592,000) and
Twenty Three Withdrawals (23) totaling Three Hundred Thousand and Eighty Seven Dollars ($387,000)
were made during the year.
The money that we transferred from money market account to one and five year Certificates of Deposits
proved to be prudent as the income generated from the increased interest rates was significant.
As required by law, the Trustees reviewed and reaffirmed their Investment Policy for the Year 2011.
Once again, we welcome your attendance to our meetings. Meeting dates are posted in the Town Hall and
on the Town Website.
Trustees of Trust Funds
Town of Moultonborough
P.O. Box 324
Moultonborough, NH 03254-0324
Respectfully submitted,
Kenneth L. Taylor, Chair - 2012
Jordan S. Prouty - 2013
John H. Porter, Jr. - 2014
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MMF: 90800505
Common Trust Library
Common Trust Cemetery
Principal Trust
Common Trust Cemetery
MMF: 90400499
MMF: 90400507
Maintenance
Equipment
Maintenance
Maintenance
Appraisal
Maintenance &
Improvement
Maintenance
New Buildings
Capital Reserve
Road Sealing Fund
Fire Fighting
Rangeway Fund
Historical Society Fund
Appraisal Fund
Playground Fund
Dry Hydrant Fund
Municipal Building Fund
Senior Center
Police Dept Communication Eqpt
Fund
Moultonborough Recreation
Resource Recovery Park/Waste
Mgmt Facility
Lee's Mill Fund
1995
1989
1995
1995
1993 &
1995
1995
1995 &
1999
1993
Capital Reserve
Special Fund
Miller Environmental Education
Community Substance Abuse
Communications Technology
Personnel Liability
Milfoil Control Trust Fund
Municipal Bldg Fund II
Highway Equipment II
School Building II
Special Education II
Senior Center II
6/27/1905
6/27/1905
6/27/1905
6/27/1905
12/29/2010
11/21/2011
12/30/2011
11/21/2011
11/21/2011
11/21/2011
TRUST FUND TOTALS
New Buildings
Equipment
Buildings
Special Education
Capital Reserve
Capital Reserve
Capital Reserve
Memorial
Memorial
Chele Environmental
6/27/1905
Special Education
Purchase Town Property
MMF: 90600375
Renovations & Buildings
SAU # 45 Special Education
Town Property Acquisition
MMF: 90400531
MMF: 90200773
MMF: 90000774
MMF: 90700775
MMF: 90500776
MMF: 90300777
MMF: 90100542
MMF: 90500540
MMF: 90300536
MMF: 90500535
MMF: 90700539
MMF: 90000364
MMF: 90300503
MMF: 90100373
MMF: 90600361
Special Fund
MMF: 90100368
MMF: 90000509
Maintenance Fund
Maintenance Fund
Maintenance Fund
MMF: 90400772
Recreation Fac
Christmas Maintenance Fund
Moultonborough Childres's
Christmas Fund
SAU # 45 School Building
MMF: 90200508
MMF:90900543
MMF: 90800510
MMF: 90100491
MMF: 90200495
MMF: 90700370
MMF: 90700493
MMF: 90900369
Capital Reserve
6/27/1905
1992
5/14/2009
3/13/2002
3/13/2002
3/13/2002
4/26/2011
3/13/2002
1989
9/23/2011
MMF: 90600506
MMF: 90900779
MMF: 90500494
Memorial
Buildings & Grounds
Equipment
Duclos Fund
School Building & Grounds
Highway Fund
1986
MMF: 90400183
Visiting Nurse Services
Visiting Nurse Services
MMF: 90500366
HOW INVESTED
NAME OF TRUST FUND
PURPOSE OF TRUST
FUND
12/20/2005
DATE OF
CREATION
%
2,051,946.79
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
29,141.21
57,520.00
89,628.00
4,888.17
40,748.68
14,517.42
25,211.70
164,747.71
442,407.69
23,186.36
1,812.01
8,207.70
16,745.00
0.00
42,694.41
100,000.00
515,615.54
29,582.13
(200.92)
43,168.05
49,030.23
21,385.00
1,442.19
59,500.48
9,243.71
0.00
133,032.56
38,741.71
9,897.37
80,052.68
BALANCE
BEGINNING
YEAR
1,054,877.81
50,000.00
150,000.00
100,000.00
175,000.00
50,000.00
216,891.00
14,500.00
22,500.00
9,500.00
250.00
65,853.00
3,546.50
2,000.00
22,346.94
7,000.00
10,000.00
24,000.00
75,000.00
650.00
50,000.00
4,745.37
1,095.00
NEW FUNDS
CREATED
0.00
CASH
GAINS OR
(LOSSES)
PRINCIPAL
785,473.46
27,081.00
17,744.00
55,000.00
199,605.00
10,150.00
125,000.00
100,000.00
2,500.00
9,704.00
50,000.00
50,000.00
2,443.00
53,607.00
75,000.00
7,639.46
WITHDRAWALS
2,321,351.14
46,427.21
32,256.00
95,000.00
100,000.00
175,000.00
22,919.00
0.00
72,020.00
112,128.00
4,238.17
40,998.68
14,517.42
91,064.70
39,747.71
342,407.69
24,232.86
1,812.01
10,207.70
16,745.00
22,346.94
39,990.41
50,000.00
465,615.54
39,582.13
(200.92)
67,168.05
46,587.23
21,385.00
76,442.19
5,893.48
9,893.71
50,000.00
58,032.56
35,847.62
9,897.37
81,147.68
BALANCE
END YEAR
691,669.91
10.43
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1,207.65
1,887.92
445.58
2,122.96
654.82
14,859.66
62,620.67
82,129.95
406.40
569.65
1,187.66
6,813.18
0.00
3,233.01
2,274.02
282,948.87
4,737.38
4,763.10
12,917.79
8,660.80
14,764.77
83,194.57
29,505.63
789.06
0.00
44,229.37
7,882.53
7,560.31
9,292.17
BALANCE
BEGINNING
YEAR
0.00
%
30,606.94
385.10
48.71
75.36
99.47
174.07
48.25
531.45
828.16
48.17
1,254.40
397.38
365.38
2,358.93
5,741.58
650.02
21.53
85.01
212.90
137.67
414.93
1,089.40
8,841.92
310.64
41.23
508.04
521.24
326.69
768.57
801.73
266.57
120.64
1,744.13
432.60
148.10
806.97
DURING
YEAR
AMOUNT
51,577.51
491.23
50,000.00
134.61
149.88
$801.79
670,699.34
395.53
48.71
75.36
99.47
174.07
48.25
1,739.10
2,716.08
493.75
2,886.13
1,052.20
15,225.04
14,979.60
87,871.53
1,056.42
591.18
1,272.67
7,026.08
137.67
3,647.94
3,363.42
291,790.79
5,048.02
4,804.33
13,425.83
9,182.04
15,091.46
83,963.14
30,307.36
921.02
120.64
45,973.50
8,315.13
7,558.53
9,297.35
2,991,103.69
46,822.74
32,304.71
95,075.36
100,099.47
175,174.07
22,967.25
0.00
73,759.10
114,844.08
4,731.92
43,884.81
15,569.62
106,289.74
54,727.31
430,279.22
25,289.28
2,403.19
11,480.37
23,771.08
22,484.61
43,638.35
53,363.42
757,406.33
44,630.15
4,603.41
80,593.88
55,769.27
36,476.46
160,405.33
36,200.84
10,814.73
50,120.64
104,006.06
44,162.75
16,509.11
90,445.03
GRAND TOTAL
EXPENDED
BALANCE
OF PRINCIPAL
DURING
END YEAR
& INCOME
YEAR
INCOME
Report of The Trust Funds of The Town of MOULTONBOROUGH, N.H. on DECEMBER 31, 2011
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NUMBER OF
SHARES
80,052.68
8,211.74
88,264.42
Accumulated Trust (Cemetery);
Meredith Village Savings Bank
MMF 90900366
TOTAL
BALANCE
BEGINNING YEAR
Principal Trust (Library);
Meredith Village Savings Bank
MMF 90800505
NAME OF BANKS, STOCKS, BONDS
***HOW INVESTED***
DESCRIPTION OF INVESTMENT
1,095.00
0.00
1,095.00
PURCHASES
0.00
0.00
0.00
CASH CAPITAL
GAINS
0.00
0.00
0.00
PROCEEDS
FROM SALES
***PRINCIPAL***
ADDITIONS
0.00
0.00
GAINS/LOSSES
FROM SALES
89,359.42
8,211.74
81,147.68
BALANCE END
YEAR
17,591.32
8,299.15
9,292.17
BALANCE
BEGINNING YEAR
955.07
148.10
806.97
INCOME
DURING YEAR
951.67
149.88
801.79
EXPENDED
DURING YEAR
INCOME
17,594.72
8,297.37
9,297.35
BALANCE END
YEAR
106,954.14
16,509.11
90,445.03
PRINCIPAL & INCOME
END OF YEAR
GRAND TOTAL
Report of The Common Trust Fund Investments of The Town of MOULTONBOROUGH, N.H. for Year Ending on DECEMBER 31, 2011
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1/4/1945
4/16/1947
3/18/1904
4/30/1926
4/12/1935
12/18/1918
1/18/1954
9/2/1903
6/3/1934
8/17/1979
9/30/1935
03/14/1893
11/24/1931
7/29/1916
12/5/1952
1/4/1945
10/14/1930
4/12/1937
4/22/1960
8/29/1962
1/4/1945
12/29/1953
6/18/1990
8/24/1988
10/30/1944
10/8/1956
2/1/1954
8/8/1930
6/5/1929
7/8/1957
5/31/1957
1/1/1925
11/1/1929
2/23/1981
11/13/1957
03/14/1893
7/30/1937
7/11/1961
5/23/1929
5/28/1954
1/4/1983
DATE OF
CREATION
GRAND TOTALS
Adams, Hannah
Banfield, Edith & Mark
Bean, Josiah N.
Beede, D. Earle
Berry, Loran
Bickford, E. S.
Clement, David & Freeman
Cuff, Thomas
Curtis, William H.
Davis, Cora & J. R.
Edwards, John, Fred, Sopie
Glines, Peavey
Graves, Jennie L.
Green, Addie
Green, Ralph E. & Wilbur S.
Hartjen, Helen K.
Hutchins, Rosetta
Jaclard, Stephen
Kelley, Phineas
Lee, John M. & George E.
Lee, William E.
Mason Cemetery Trust
Mayo, Katherine
Moulton, Sarah S.
Perkins, Lillie V.
Red Hill Cemetery
Richardson, Anna
Richardson, Orlando
Rollins, John A.
Sibley, Lewis A.
Sinclair, Sarah
Smith, Florence Wentworth
Smith, Joseph
Smith, William
Stubbs, Marion E.
Sturtevant, Hosea Jr. &
Sturtevant, Richard
Sturtevant, Sarah E.
Veasey, Addie
Wallis, Annie
Weston. William. H.
Wiggins, Alice R.
World War Memorial Plot
NAME OF TRUST FUND
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
Cemetery
%
CASH
NEW
BALANCE
WITHFUNDS GAINS OR
BEGINNING
DRAWALS
CREATED (LOSSES)
YEAR
100%
$ 9,897.37
Common Trust 3.54% $ 350.00
Common Trust 3.03% $ 300.00
Common Trust 1.01% $ 100.00
Common Trust 1.01% $ 100.00
Common Trust 1.01% $ 100.00
Common Trust 10.10% $ 1,000.00
Common Trust 3.03% $ 300.00
Common Trust 3.03% $ 300.00
Common Trust 2.02% $ 200.00
Common Trust 2.02% $ 200.00
Common Trust 3.03% $ 300.00
Common Trust 2.02% $ 200.00
Common Trust 1.01% $ 100.00
Common Trust 1.01% $ 100.00
Common Trust 5.05% $ 500.00
Common Trust 3.03% $ 300.00
50.00
Common Trust 0.51% $
Common Trust 2.02% $ 200.00
Common Trust 2.02% $ 200.00
Common Trust 1.01% $ 100.00
Common Trust 2.02% $ 200.00
61.37
Common Trust 0.62% $
Common Trust 1.01% $ 100.00
Common Trust 1.01% $ 100.00
Common Trust 2.02% $ 200.00
Common Trust 2.64% $ 261.00
50.00
Common Trust 0.51% $
50.00
Common Trust 0.51% $
Common Trust 1.01% $ 100.00
Common Trust 4.04% $ 400.00
Common Trust 1.01% $ 100.00
Common Trust 5.05% $ 500.00
Common Trust 1.01% $ 100.00
Common Trust 2.53% $ 250.00
Common Trust 10.10% $ 1,000.00
Common Trust 3.03% $ 300.00
Common Trust 4.04% $ 400.00
Common Trust 1.01% $ 100.00
Common Trust 1.01% $ 100.00
Common Trust 1.01% $ 100.00
Common Trust 2.02% $ 200.00
Common Trust 2.02% $ 200.00
Common Trust 0.25% $
25.00
PURPOSE
OF TRUST HOW INVESTED
FUND
PRINCIPAL
9,897.37
350.00
300.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
1,000.00
300.00
300.00
200.00
200.00
300.00
200.00
100.00
100.00
500.00
300.00
50.00
200.00
200.00
100.00
200.00
61.37
100.00
100.00
200.00
261.00
50.00
50.00
100.00
400.00
100.00
500.00
100.00
250.00
1,000.00
300.00
400.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
200.00
200.00
25.00
7,560.31
463.93
84.75
74.95
43.12
49.48
787.76
199.39
65.65
41.65
149.91
180.29
130.81
74.95
74.95
349.29
180.29
43.85
156.28
60.75
55.85
188.12
43.68
49.48
74.95
149.91
225.43
37.48
43.85
87.69
312.55
74.95
330.19
87.69
174.65
290.99
167.55
312.55
74.95
62.22
68.59
156.28
156.28
18.74
BALANCE
BALANCE
BEGINNING
END YEAR
YEAR
100.00%
4.66%
2.20%
1.00%
0.82%
0.86%
10.24%
2.86%
2.09%
1.38%
2.00%
2.75%
1.89%
1.00%
1.00%
4.86%
2.75%
0.54%
2.04%
1.49%
0.89%
2.22%
0.60%
0.86%
1.00%
2.00%
2.79%
0.50%
0.54%
1.08%
4.08%
1.00%
4.76%
1.08%
2.43%
7.39%
2.68%
4.08%
1.00%
0.93%
0.97%
2.04%
2.04%
0.25%
%
148.10
241.96
3.26
1.48
1.21
1.27
15.17
4.24
3.10
2.05
2.97
4.07
2.81
1.48
1.48
7.20
4.07
0.80
3.02
2.21
1.32
3.29
0.89
1.27
1.48
2.97
4.13
0.74
0.80
1.59
6.04
1.48
7.04
1.59
3.60
10.95
3.97
6.04
1.48
1.38
1.43
3.02
3.02
0.37
DURING
YEAR
AMOUNT
INCOME
149.88
6.99
3.30
1.50
1.23
1.28
15.35
4.29
3.14
2.07
3.00
4.12
2.84
1.50
1.50
7.29
4.12
0.81
3.06
2.24
1.34
3.33
0.90
1.28
1.50
3.00
4.18
0.75
0.81
1.61
6.12
1.50
7.13
1.61
3.65
11.08
4.01
6.12
1.50
1.39
1.45
3.06
3.06
0.38
EXPENDED
DURING
YEAR
7,558.53
698.90
84.71
74.93
43.10
49.47
787.57
199.34
65.61
41.62
149.88
180.24
130.77
74.93
74.93
349.21
180.24
43.84
156.24
60.72
55.83
188.08
43.67
49.47
74.93
149.88
225.39
37.47
43.84
87.67
312.48
74.93
330.10
87.67
174.60
290.86
167.50
312.48
74.93
62.20
68.57
156.24
156.24
18.73
BALANCE
END YEAR
1,048.90
384.71
174.93
143.10
149.47
1,787.57
499.34
365.61
241.62
349.88
480.24
330.77
174.93
174.93
849.21
480.24
93.84
356.24
260.72
155.83
388.08
105.04
149.47
174.93
349.88
486.39
87.47
93.84
187.67
712.48
174.93
830.10
187.67
424.60
1,290.86
467.50
712.48
174.93
162.20
168.57
356.24
356.24
43.73
$ 16,509.11
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GRAND TOTAL
OF PRINCIPAL
& INCOME
Report of The Cemetery Common Trust Fund of The Town of MOULTONBOROUGH, N.H. on DECEMBER 31, 2011
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Altman, Marta
Bagdasarian, Elena
Behr, Isabelle A.
Bennett, Norman
Brown, Evelyn
Carson, Robert M.
Chesley, Myron
Clifford, Mary E.
Coyne, John V.
Davenport, Mildred
Davis, Fred E.
Dunlap, John F.
Farnham, Hebert
Foss, M. Verna
French, George B.
French, Martha
Frye, Clarence H.
Hadam, J.F.
Hare, Madeleine H.
Hatch, Mildred
Horan, Cynthia C
Learned, Kathryn Morris
Lincoln, Barbara
Locke, Sherman S.
MacKinnon, Janet L.
MacPhail, Barbara M
Martin, Captain Steven
May, John W.
Moultonborough Grange
Moultonborough Library Memorial
Munroe, Harold H.
Paterson, G.H.
Plaisted, Richard & Arelene
Plaisted, Dorothy E.
Rand, Jeanne
Reiner, John & Martha
Richards, Anne H. & George D.
Richmond, Mary B.
Schmidt, Julia
Scofield, Stephen
Severance, Katherine M.
Shay, Daniel J.
Smart, Loenard M.
Sobel, Jesse & Gertrude
Swedberg, Jack
Taylor, Adele V.
Thompson, Jessie G.
Thurston Memorial
Vappi, Josephine V.
Visser, June
Wakefield, Willis & Leah
Walker, Donald L.
Wiggins, Dortha
undesignated
12/26/2000
1/1/1985
5/24/1989
3/2/1993
1/1/1986
5/31/1986
2/1/1991
5/19/1994
11/23/1987
9/28/1987
5/9/1989
3/2/1993
1/14/1978
7/11/1989
2/1/1965
6/12/1937
9/1/1989
7/1/1988
9/27/2002
1/31/1984
5/11/1992
4/28/1998
3/2/1993
10/26/1981
5/19/1994
8/6/1992
4/22/1969
2/24/1989
6/2/2010
9/27/1980
1/1/1986
1/1/1987
3/18/1991
7/31/2003
12/26/2000
2/27/1992
9/10/1988
1/14/1978
9/22/1990
8/28/1986
6/29/1990
5/27/2011
8/27/2003
12/3/2003
12/20/2006
3/2/1993
1/14/1978
5/18/2007
1/1/1987
5/1/1974
1/31/1984
8/15/1992
1/31/1984
7/10/2007
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1.41%
0.12%
0.84%
0.03%
0.31%
1.22%
3.47%
1.25%
0.67%
0.31%
0.53%
0.37%
0.15%
0.32%
0.12%
4.38%
0.59%
3.87%
1.50%
0.24%
0.32%
33.13%
0.07%
0.25%
1.25%
0.50%
0.89%
0.86%
0.21%
1.53%
0.47%
0.62%
0.06%
1.37%
7.36%
12.49%
2.33%
0.15%
1.02%
0.16%
0.37%
0.00%
1.42%
0.25%
1.79%
4.53%
0.15%
0.56%
1.14%
0.97%
1.24%
0.19%
0.47%
0.12%
%
1,125.00
100.00
675.00
25.00
250.00
975.00
2,780.00
1,000.00
540.00
245.00
425.00
295.00
120.55
255.00
100.00
3,510.25
475.00
3,100.00
1,200.00
195.00
255.00
26,524.28
60.00
200.00
1,000.00
400.00
713.00
690.00
167.77
1,223.35
375.00
500.00
50.00
1,100.00
5,890.00
10,000.00
1,868.21
120.55
820.00
125.00
300.00
0.00
1,140.00
200.00
1,430.00
3,624.79
120.55
450.00
915.00
779.38
990.00
150.00
380.00
100.00
470.00
25.00
500.00
100.00
81,147.68
1,125.00
100.00
675.00
25.00
250.00
975.00
2,880.00
1,000.00
540.00
245.00
425.00
295.00
120.55
255.00
100.00
3,510.25
475.00
3,100.00
1,200.00
195.00
255.00
26,524.28
60.00
200.00
1,000.00
400.00
713.00
690.00
167.77
1,223.35
375.00
500.00
50.00
1,100.00
6,390.00
10,000.00
1,868.21
120.55
845.00
125.00
300.00
470.00
1,140.00
200.00
1,430.00
3,624.79
120.55
450.00
915.00
779.38
990.00
150.00
380.00
100.00
9,292.17
47.39
8.31
25.87
308.83
22.91
(0.00)
190.13
157.66
202.20
33.08
78.42
(0.04)
218.29
78.22
92.36
19.97
45.72
354.09
2,061.96
381.87
22.91
147.67
23.09
66.15
234.65
22.05
144.37
3.65
55.13
201.57
413.43
202.61
111.92
54.92
89.24
57.00
22.91
55.33
22.05
727.48
100.27
638.85
49.88
43.89
55.33
3,302.12
11.44
44.10
202.61
106.10
135.72
136.05
102.84%
1.52%
0.14%
0.92%
0.03%
0.34%
1.32%
3.57%
1.35%
0.73%
0.34%
0.58%
0.39%
0.16%
0.35%
0.14%
4.74%
0.64%
4.18%
1.40%
0.27%
0.35%
33.38%
0.08%
0.27%
1.35%
0.57%
0.95%
0.92%
0.19%
1.61%
0.51%
0.66%
0.08%
1.28%
6.99%
13.50%
2.52%
0.16%
1.08%
0.17%
0.41%
0.00%
1.33%
0.23%
1.63%
4.40%
0.16%
0.50%
1.24%
1.05%
1.33%
0.20%
0.51%
0.11%
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1.10
7.40
0.26
2.76
10.63
28.84
10.86
5.89
2.71
4.64
3.18
1.30
2.80
1.10
38.28
5.20
33.77
11.29
2.16
2.80
269.39
0.65
2.20
10.86
4.57
7.67
7.46
1.52
13.02
4.09
5.35
0.63
10.35
56.40
108.94
20.32
1.30
8.74
1.34
3.31
0.00
10.72
1.88
13.15
35.53
1.30
4.06
9.98
8.46
10.77
1.65
4.14
0.90
801.79
10.66
1.87
13.07
35.30
1.29
4.04
9.92
8.41
10.70
1.64
4.11
0.90
12.20
1.10
7.35
0.26
2.74
10.56
28.66
10.79
5.85
2.69
4.61
3.16
1.29
2.78
1.10
38.03
5.16
33.55
11.22
2.14
2.78
267.67
0.64
2.19
10.79
4.54
7.62
7.41
1.51
12.94
4.07
5.32
0.63
10.28
56.04
108.25
20.19
1.29
8.68
1.33
3.29
0
9,297.35
234.73
22.06
144.42
3.66
55.14
201.64
413.62
202.68
111.95
54.94
89.27
57.02
22.91
55.35
22.06
727.73
100.30
639.07
49.95
43.91
55.35
3,303.85
11.45
44.12
202.68
106.13
135.77
136.09
0.01
218.38
78.24
92.39
19.98
45.79
354.45
2,062.66
382.00
22.91
147.73
23.10
66.17
0.00
47.46
8.33
25.95
309.06
22.91
0.02
190.20
157.71
202.27
33.09
78.45
(0.03)
90,445.03
1,359.73
122.06
819.42
28.66
305.14
1,176.64
3,293.62
1,202.68
651.95
299.94
514.27
352.02
143.46
310.35
122.06
4,237.98
575.30
3,739.07
1,249.95
238.91
310.35
29,828.13
71.45
244.12
1,202.68
506.13
848.77
826.09
167.78
1,441.73
453.24
592.39
69.98
1,145.79
6,744.45
12,062.66
2,250.21
143.46
992.73
148.10
366.17
470.00
1,187.46
208.33
1,455.95
3,933.85
143.46
450.02
1,105.20
937.09
1,192.27
183.09
458.45
99.97
PRINCIPAL
INCOME
GRAND
BALANCE
NEW
CASH
BALANCE
DURING EXPENDED
WITHBALANCE
INCOME
BALANCE TOTAL OF
BEGINNING FUNDS GAINS OR
BEGINNING
YEAR
DURING
DRAWALS END YEAR
PERCENT
END YEAR PRINCIPAL
YEAR
CREATED (LOSSES)
YEAR
AMOUNT
YEAR
& INCOME
100.00% 80,052.68
1,095.00
NOTE:Individual "Income Percent" and Individual Income "During Year" are affected by rounding. Total Figures are accurate to the penny.
NAME OF TRUST FUND
DATE OF
CREATION
PURPOSE
OF TRUST HOW INVESTED
FUND
Report of The Library Common Trust Fund of The Town of MOULTONBOROUGH, N.H. on DECEMBER 31, 2011
Development Services Office Annual Report
Land Use
The Development Services Office serves the Town’s land use Boards and Commissions, as well as
serving as the primary point of contact for correspondence and applications for permitting for each of
these public bodies. Support is provided to the Planning Board, Zoning Board of Adjustment, Heritage
Commission, Conservation Commission, Capital Improvement Program Committee and Master Plan
Implementation Committee, as well as subcommittees of the Board of Selectmen as needed. Consisting of
the Town Planner, Code Enforcement Officer and the Administrative Assistant, the Office provides
assistance and service to citizens and landowners in the areas of development, permitting, health and code
issues and assistance with questions and requests for information.
It is the mission of this Office to facilitate the process of determining the Town’s long-range community
goals and advocate the implementation of these goals once they are established with particular emphasis
on balancing community vitality with the preservation of the unique character embodied here; to serve the
public as a source of information and data about the community; to develop and fairly administer
regulatory processes that apply to development and construction with an emphasis on assisting the public,
and to provide expertise for special projects with emphasis on GIS, contextual development, and Master
Plan goals.
The major responsibilities of this Office are:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Maintain and implement the Town’s Master Plan
Maintain and administer the approval process for development and subdivision of land
Staff the Planning Board, Conservation Commission, Zoning Board of Adjustment and
SelectBoard (as needed) for their respective land use and development issues
Serve as an information source on the Town and development process for the public, Town staff
and applicants
Represent the Town on regional and state committees and projects (as needed)
Conduct research and grant writing
Conduct special projects as assigned by the SelectBoard and Town Administrator or any of the
Town’s Boards and Commissions
Maintain and implement the Town’s Geographic Information System
Support services include staff support at meetings, preparation of the Board’s meeting agendas, schedules
and minutes, Public Notices, processing and review of applications for permits, grant writing, web site
maintenance for each Board or Commission, and drafting Notices of Decision. Also, work products
include critical review and periodic updating of all land use ordinances and regulations along with the
drafting of well-considered amendment language, among other duties. The Office also conducts research,
prepares reports and presentations to the various Town Boards and Commissions, and administers the
terms of permit approvals and processes code enforcement violations to compliance through the use of a
new formal procedure with forms.
This year, Development Services assisted the Planning Board and ZBA with preparing Notices of
Decision for 41 completed applications. Additional assistance was provided to the Conservation
Commission, Heritage Commission, Milfoil Committee and the Board of Selectmen. A draft demolition
permit application was developed along with a standard operating procedure with forms for the new
“involuntary merger” statute. Staff assisted the Heritage Commission in drafting a proposed demolition
review ordinance for consideration next year. Road design standards for new subdivisions and a proposed
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Town policy for the standards for reconstructing existing roadways in Town was also developed this year.
Staff also assisted the Planning Board with drafting the six (6) proposed Zoning Ordinance Amendments
for 2012 Town meeting.
I want to thank the Office staff and all board and committee members for their patience and
understanding with me during these first few months as I’ve slowly learned about our community and its
rules and regulations that serve to protect the health, safety and general welfare of all.
Code Enforcement/Health
On the Code Enforcement side, the building permits were up 15% for the year over 2011. It started out as
a slow year until April which saw an increase in permitting, and then in September it increased again
making for a pretty good year. Let’s hope this trend continues as it’s a good sign the economy is
improving.
We have started electronically filing all of the building permits and associated paper work with scans of
all the documents being entered into the files.
This was my first year in Holderness helping out on Thursdays, however, as of March 7th; I will be there
on Wednesdays. The transition has made for a busy and sometimes difficult year due to the extreme
differences in the two Zoning Ordinances. Their Zoning Ordinance is much more comprehensive and in
most areas, much more restrictive then Moultonborough’s, so changing the focus from one to the other
has been challenging at times.
On the Health side we reviewed 65 Septic designs, forwarding them to the NH Department of
Environmental Services for approval.
The table presented below indicates the building permits we issued and the total declared valuation for
each category:
30
Single Family Dwellings
$8,990,900
85
Alterations & Additions
3,663,085
14
Garages
438,500
26
Sheds
135,600
44
Decks
426,500
03
Barns
405,000
03
Pole barns
82,000
01
Water Damage
50,000
05
Foundations
53,500
02
Antennas.
20,000
01
Horse Arena
456,000
02
Swimming Pools
34,000
02
Handicap Ramps
2,300
01
Bunkhouse
175,000
01
Walk-in Cooler
6,500
220
Total Building Permits
$14,938,885
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111
64
55
25
19
20
294
Electrical Permits
Plumbing Permits
Mechanical Permits
Oil Burner Permits
Sign Permits
Gas Pipe Permits
Total Other Permits
514
TOTAL PERMITS
Respectively submitted,
Bruce W. Woodruff, Town Planner
Donald Cahoon, Code Enforcement/Health Officer
Bonnie Whitney, Administrative Assistant
Town Planner Uses GIS to analyze land use and environmental trends
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Planning Board Report – 2011
The Planning Board has review and approval authority over most land use changes and adjustments of
Lot lines, including subdivisions, in the Town of Moultonborough under NH RSA’s 672-678, and hears
applications for Subdivision Approval, Site Plan Review, Conditional Use Permits and other similar
issues relating to land use. The Board consists of six (6) Full elected members, one (1) Board of
Selectmen’s Representative, and currently has two (2) Alternate members. The Board meets regularly on
the second and fourth Wednesday of each month with work sessions on the fifth Wednesday, if
applicable.
The following report is based on the Board’s activity for 2011. This year the board met twenty-one (21)
times for regular meetings, four (4) times for Work Sessions, held three (3) Public Hearings and cancelled
two (2) meetings due to a lack of new applications. The majority of requests this year were for Site Plan
Reviews, with only two (2) net newly created lots, after accounting for mergers of preexisting lots.
The following is a breakdown of the Board’s activity for 2011:
Site Plan Review
Site Plan Amendment
Site Plan Extension
Major Subdivision
Boundary Line Adjustment
Conditional Use Permit
Voluntary Merger of Pre-Existing Lots
6
1
1
1
2
2
5
Total
18
At Town Meeting in 2011, the Board presented seven (7) proposed ordinance amendments, with the
voters approving six of the amendments at Town Meeting. These included adding a Table of Permitted
Uses to the Ordinance, which was a re-formatting of the existing uses, and the changing of wording to
ensure that easements and walkways would be required to be included in the Village Zone’s 65 percent
impervious surface analysis. A significant change was the revision of the thresholds for development
requiring Site Plan Review and the addition of a Steep Slopes Protection Ordinance. Also approved were
amendments that included removing the allowance for the expansion of non-conforming primary
structures by Special Exception, as well as amending the requirements for development outside of a
commercial zone that requires a Special Exception. The last proposal which was not approved by the
voters at Town Meeting was an amendment to the sign ordinance to allow other types of temporary real
estate signs, mainly rental or lease, to be placed on lots without the need for a permit.
As your Chairman, I will once again take this opportunity to thank each member of the Board for their
diligent service and hard work this year. As volunteers, they represent the best in the spirit of municipal
service and work to help shape the Town we all love. Ms. Fairchild left the board in November, due to a
change in residence, therefore creating a vacancy. This vacancy was temporarily filled by Alternate Peter
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Jensen until the 2012 elections, and will then create a one (1) year term to be filled by election. I would
like to thank Jane for her years of service on the board.
I’d also like to extend thanks to Town staff including Code Enforcement officer Don Cahoon, the new
Town Planner Bruce Woodruff and Administrative Assistant Bonnie Whitney for their assistance to the
Board in preparing for meetings and providing background and research information when called upon.
Respectfully submitted,
Joanne Coppinger
Chair
Members:
Joanne Coppinger
R. Natt King
Judy Ryerson
Chris Maroun
Tom Howard
Jane Fairchild
Peter Jensen
Ed Charest
Alternates:
Keith Nelson
James Gray (Selectmen’s Rep. Alternate)
Please try out the On-line Geographic Information System found on the Town’s Web Site
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Zoning Board of Adjustment Report - 2011
The Zoning Board of Adjustment functions as a judicial authority in the Town of Moultonborough under
RSA’s 672-677, and hears applications for Variances, Special Exceptions and other similar issues relating
to the Town’s Zoning Ordinance. The Board consists of five (5) Full Members and two (2) Alternate
Members. The Board meets regularly on the first and third Wednesday of each month with an occasional
cancellation due to activity levels.
The following report is based on the Boards activity for 2011. This year the board met nineteen (19) times
for regular meetings; five (5) times meetings were cancelled due to a lack of new applications.
The following is a breakdown of the Board’s activity for 2011:
Approved Applications:
Special Exception to Expand a Non-Conforming Structure
Variance
Special Exception – Commercial Use
Special Exception – Access & Egress
Appeal from an Administrative Decision
Equitable Waiver of Dimensional Requirements
Denied Applications:
Variance
Special Exception - Application withdrawn by applicant
Variance – Application withdrawn by applicant
Total Hearings
2
12
1
1
1
1
3
1
2
24
The overall level of development activity in Moultonborough held about the same as in 2010. The Board
saw an increase in the requests for variances as a result of the vote at 2010 Town Meeting which revoked
then Article VII (B)(3) of the Zoning Ordinance which allowed for the expansion of primary dwelling
units effective September 1, 2011.
There was one request approved for a condominium conversion for the Taylor home. The ZBA did see
two requests for commercial development, one approved and the second withdrawn by the applicant.
This year the Board took time to review and update it's operating policies.
As many of you may know, our first Town Planner resigned in May and was replaced by Bruce
Woodruff, who comes to us with over 22 years of experience. We welcome Bruce to our Staff. As your
Chairman, I would like to take this opportunity to thank each of our full and alternate members for their
dutiful attendance and service to the community. As volunteers, they represent the very best in the spirit
of municipal service and are frequently called upon to make the difficult, and often thankless, decisions
that help shape the Town we all live in. I’d also like to thank Town staff for their assistance to the Board
in preparing for meetings and providing background and research information when called upon.
Respectfully submitted,
Robert H. Stephens
Chairman
Members:
Alternate:
Jerry Hopkins
Nicol Roseberry
Robert Zewski
Russ Nolin
Ray Heal
Joseph Crowe
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Conservation Commission Report - 2011
The Conservation Commission is an appointed, volunteer body committed to the proper utilization and
protection of the natural resources and for the protection of watershed resources for the Town of
Moultonborough. The Commission is an advisory body and may offer advice on conservation matters to
state and local agencies and boards. The Commission currently consists of five (5) Full Members and two
(2) Alternate Members. The Commission typically meets on the first Monday of each month.
A portion of the Conservation Commission’s time is spent reviewing and commenting upon projects that
will affect the natural resources of the Town. The Commission reviews subdivision and site plan
applications and submits comments to the Planning Board as requested. The Commission also reviews
and comments upon wetland permit applications submitted to the State’s Department of Environmental
Services. During 2011, there were 36 applications reviewed and forwarded to the NHDES for various
projects within Moultonborough and 11 comments submitted to the Planning Board. The breakdown of
permits is as follows: Standard Dredge and Fill Permit (SD&F):-12, Minimum Impact Expedited Permit
(MIE): -11, Permit By Notification (PBN): -13.
This year the Commission
• Continued support for the Milfoil Committee.
• Supported the passage of a revised Steep Slopes Ordinance.
• Implemented Conservation Commission By-Laws
• Continued the measurement of the amount of phosphorus in Moultonborough waters and
educated the public about the levels. The Commission accomplished this through the use of
satellite imagery and a volunteer water sampling program.
• Won town approval for regular funding of the Conservation Commission Fund through the Land
Use Change Tax. The Commission receives 50% of the LUCT up to $20,000.
• Reviewed a number of land parcels to determine their conservation value to the town and its
citizens.
• Initiated a Monitoring Process for Conservation Commission held and some town land parcels.
• Partnered with the Lakes Region Planning Commission in the Watershed Restoration Plan for
Moultonborough Inlet.
• Applied for and received support from Taking Action on Wildlife for assistance in identifying
wildlife habitat areas in the town.
As the Chair of the Commission, I would like to once again thank the individual members of the
Commission for their dedicated service and commitment to protecting the town’s natural resources and
endeavoring to expand the local role of the Commission to better serve this purpose. I would especially
like to thank Paul Schmidt, who resigned from the Commission this past May, for his years of
volunteering and for sharing his knowledge of Moultonborough with newer members. His experience
was invaluable to all of us.
Respectfully submitted,
Marie Samaha
Chairman
Members:
Alternates:
Marie Samaha
Robert Patenaude
Peter Jensen
Paul Stinson
Herb Farnham
Bill Gassman
John Oliver
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Moultonborough Heritage Commission Annual Report 2011
Established in March 2009, the Heritage Commission works toward the proper recognition, use, and
protection of significant historical and cultural resources in the Town of Moultonborough. In May 2011,
the Commission was greatly honored to receive a Preservation Achievement Award for exemplary work
in education and planning, which is now on display in the Moultonborough Town Hall. Members of the
Commission and then Town Planner Daniel Merhalski attended the annual awards announcement
ceremony in Concord, where the presentation noted how the Moultonborough Heritage Commission has
“set a new standard for community education and advocacy” with its Community Landmarks lecture
series and the 2010 Community Landmarks Tour. Once again, the Commission would like to thank the
private property owners, sponsors, and volunteers who all contributed so much to the tour. In 2011, the
Commission continued to work with individuals and local and state entities on preservation initiatives and
projects. In August, the Commission sponsored the NH Preservation Alliance summer workshop on
“Preserving Community Character: Strategies for Managing Change in the Lakes Region.”
In order to promote public recognition and appreciation of local historical resources, the Heritage
Commission continued its Community Landmarks Series in 2011, focusing attention on significant
buildings and sites. These seasonal events, hosted by the Moultonborough Public Library, again drew
record attendance and enthusiastic public response. In May, Gordon DuBois spoke on the self-sustaining
farm operation at the Laconia State School. In June, as part of this year’s focus on barns and agricultural
heritage, the Commission organized an information session on barn preservation. Professor John Porter
gave a presentation on NH Barn Types and provided tips for barn maintenance, and Beverly Thomas of
the NH Preservation Alliance facilitated a discussion of preservation strategies for barn owners, including
RSA 79-D and Barn Assessment Grants. Cristina Ashjian lectured in July on Tom Plant’s Bald Peak
Club, developed in 1919-1920 as part of his Lucknow estate, and again in August on the Kona Farm
estate for the NH Boat Museum in Wolfeboro. In 2012, the Commission will host an Archaeology Field
School for the NH Division of Historical Resources and Plymouth State University.
Respectfully submitted,
Cristina Ashjian
Chair
Members:
Jean Beadle, Secretary
Norman E. Larson
Bruce Worthen
Mark Borrin (Alternate)
Ed Charest (BoS Representative)
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Master Plan Implementation Committee Report - 2011
The Master Plan Implementation Committee (MPIC) is charged by the Board of Selectmen to prepare and
maintain an updated schedule of priorities contained within the Master Plan’s Implementation Chapter
(Chapter X), and to monitor and report to the Board of Selectmen and the general public on the progress
of Town Boards, Committees and Departments in completing the requested action items from the Master
Plan. The Committee intent is to report these findings in correspondence to the Board of Selectmen, in the
Annual Town Report, on the Town’s web site, and through such other means as may be advisable. The
Committee consists of seven (7) members and one (1) Ex-Officio, non-voting member. The voting
members are representatives from the Board of Selectmen, Planning Board, Heritage Commission, School
District, and a citizen at-large. The Committee has met quarterly during the past year, but additional
meetings may be scheduled as needed.
The Committee, in its first full year, continued to review and monitor implementation tasks outlined in
the Master Plan. The Committee has expanded its web page by including the Implementation Matrix and
schedule, and continues to formalize communication and coordination with Boards and Commissions to
ensure that the Town stays on track with the work prescribed in the Master Plan.
As the Chair of the Committee, I would like to thank the members of the MPIC for their service and
commitment to ensuring that the Master Plan remains the task-driven plan for the Town’s vision for itself
into the future, rather than a forgotten exercise simply required by state statute. The work of the
Committee will regularly provide measurement of progress for assessment and benchmarking. Please
continue to check the webpage for quarterly updates.
Respectively submitted,
Tom Sawyer, Chairman
Members:
Tom Sawyer - Chair (Business Owner)
Joanne Coppinger - Clerk (Planning Board Rep.)
Betsey Patten - (BOS Rep.)
Bob Patenaude - (Con Com Rep.)
Cristina Ashjian - (Heritage Com. Rep.)
Rev. Paul O'Neil - (Citizen At-Large)
Kathy Garry - (SAU 45 Rep.)
Ex-Officio:
Bruce W. Woodruff
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Capital Improvement Program Committee Report
The Capital Improvement Program Committee (CIPC) is an appointed, volunteer body created to review
and recommend the method for the orderly implementation and financing of a Capital Improvements
Program in a manner which meets the needs of the Town and minimizes fluctuations of the tax rate and
the impact thereof upon its taxpayers. The Capital Improvements Program Committee was established
pursuant to Warrant Article 10 of the March 14, 2009 Town Meeting. The Committee operates under the
framework of Chapter 674:5, 674:6 and 674:7 of the New Hampshire Revised Statutes Annotated
(RSAs).
The committee is comprised of five (5) permanent members and two (2) alternates. Membership comes
from representatives of the Advisory Budget Committee, the Board of Selectmen, the Planning Board,
and four citizens, as well as two (2) Ex-Officio members of Town staff. The Committee meets regularly
on a monthly basis, but may meet more frequently to carry out its duties.
In this, the second year of the CIPC’s existence, the committee undertook an orderly review of the
Town’s Capital needs by interfacing with Department Heads, Boards and Commissions. Committee
members toured the various Town facilities, reviewed the Town’s previous capital expenditures and
budgets, forecast future trends, and submitted to the various Town, School and Library units the formal
Capital request forms for analysis, review, prioritization and recommendation.
The majority of the Committee’s work took place throughout this year focusing initially on finalizing the
process and procedures, then on the formal recommendation of the CIP to the SelectBoard. All requests
for capital items were received, reviewed and discussed in accordance with the process for preparing the
next iteration of the Six Year Capital Improvement Program document (CIP). This process of reviewing
capital project requests is an annual one that will be refined and recommended based upon current Town
needs. The committee’s final report for the Capital Improvements Program 2012-2017 was submitted to
the Board of Selectmen at the end of October 2011 for the Town Meeting 2012.
As Chair, I would like to thank the members of the CIPC for their dedication and commitment to the
Town’s fiscal well-being. Town Staff have also done considerable work in an effort to support this
process. Our work is an on-going, iterative process, but the 2012-2017 CIP is a plan that will ensure the
needs of the Town are met while supporting a manageable tax level for our residents.
Respectfully submitted,
Richard Brown
Chairman
Members:
Alternates:
Richard Brown
Barbara Rando
Alan Ballard
Joel Mudgett
Peter Jensen
Heidi Davis, Ex-Officio
Bruce Woodruff, Ex-Officio
Josh Bartlett
Betsey Patten
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Milfoil Committee Report - 2011
The Milfoil Committee was formed in 2009 by the Conservation Commission. Our charge was to
develop and implement a program to control the infestation of milfoil and other invasive plant species in
Moultonborough waters. This is a long term goal and we will succeed only with continued support of
residents and volunteers.
In 2010 we identified 430 acres of heavy infestation and were able to treat about 330 of those acres by the
end of the committee’s first season. With the help of a great volunteer staff and the New Hampshire
Lakes Association we also initiated the Lake Hosts educational and boat inspection program at three of
our public ramps.
In 2011 we treated the additional 100 acres of heavy infestation found in 2010 as well as about 75 acres of
heavy regrowth in areas treated the prior year.
2011 saw the beginning of the more difficult task of treating the moderate to low density areas not treated
the prior year as well as re-infested areas of moderate to low density. These moderate to low density
areas were treated using teams of DES certified divers that made use of the town’s new Diver Assisted
Suction Harvesting (DASH) equipment for much of the work. The DASH equipment is co-owned with
Wolfeboro and Tuftonboro who have joined in a pilot program to expand and coordinate efforts of milfoil
control in the Lakes Region.
2011 was the first active year of Moultonborough’s volunteer Weed Watcher program. The Weed
Watcher volunteers were critical to our efforts of locating the low and moderate infestations that would
then be treated by the Diver teams.
In 2011 the Lake Host program in Moultonborough performed over 2,500 inspections on boats and
trailers at our three public ramps providing the boat owners with the latest information about how to
prevent the inadvertent spread of exotic weeds.
This year we applied herbicide to 175 acres of heavily infested milfoil and used State Certified diver
teams to remove approximately 13,000 gallons of milfoil from other areas with moderate and low density
milfoil infestations. Some of these infestations were re-growth and some had not been treated in the prior
year due to time and/or resource limits. With the town’s continued support we expect to continue the
transition from herbicide treatments for heavy infestations to non-herbicide treatments for moderate and
low density infestations. We expect this will eventually bring the overall infestation amounts to much
lower levels that will be manageable on a long term basis from the standpoint of funding, equipment and
manpower resources.
The Committee currently consists of seven (7) Members and two (2) alternates. The Committee usually
meets twice a month.
As the Chair of the Milfoil Committee, I want to thank each of the committee members for their many
hours of service. As volunteers, their commitment helps protect our Town’s most valuable natural
resource and the ultimate source of much of Moultonborough’s economy and prosperity. Volunteers who
contributed as members while their schedules allowed also deserve our thanks; Jim Leiterman, Nancy
Wright, plus Bob Goffredo who, though not a member, continues to offer help in many areas. I would
like to thank the Selectmen, The Department of Public Works and Carter Terenzini for their help and
especially the long list of 40+ volunteers whose contributions made our several programs successful. The
volunteer programs that contributed to this season’s success are Lake Hosts, Weed Watchers, Clerk-of-
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the-Works for DASH and Hand-Pull dive teams and Milfoil Disposal. Finally, the success of the
program’s second year was due primarily to the continued support of our town’s residents who back this
program.
Respectfully submitted,
Peter Jensen
Chairman
Members:
Peter Jensen
Brian Litkof
Beverly Nelson
Karin Nelson
Paul Ardito
Sue Connelly
Paul Daisy
Ginny Gassman
Allen Hoch
Milfoil Joint Board – Towns of Moultonborough, Tuftonboro, Wolfeboro
After 17 months of planning, two Diver Assisted Suction Harvesting (DASH) units co-owned and coshared by the three Lake Winnipesaukee watershed towns were finally put to work in June of 2011. The
project, sponsored in part by a NH LAKES grant, is a regional cooperative effort to remove invasive
variable milfoil within the waters of the Towns of Moultonborough, Tuftonboro and Wolfeboro. The
major premises to be tested were the efficiency of the DASH units as a milfoil removal option and the
cost effectiveness of the units by using certified milfoil divers to perform milfoil harvesting.
NH LAKES contracted with three certified milfoil dive contractors to work on behalf of the towns to
harvest milfoil from selected bays, ponds and lakes in the northeastern end of the Lake Winnipesaukee
watershed in 2011. The DASH units were designed to be user-friendly and constructed for heavy duty
use. The Town of Moultonborough employed two diver contractors and approached 60 days of DASH
activity. The Town of Wolfeboro harvested milfoil using one contractor for 18.5 days. Tuftonboro’s
milfoil committee utilized a DASH unit for a day in Winter Harbor to acclimate their committee members
and volunteer divers to the new DASH in preparation for future diver harvesting in 2012.
The equipment on the DASH units performed admirably during the harvesting season. Two balky boat
engines at the start of the season did cause some frustration, but as the season progressed, the
performance of the engines improved with regular use and the addition of gas additives. The actual
harvesting equipment worked very well as each diving contractor made minor adjustments to better suit
their specific diving needs. A mid-season modification to the anchoring pole devices on the boat decks
was needed for both units and the DASH construction contractor quickly responded to the problem. At
the conclusion of the season, suggestions were made by the dive contractors on possible changes and
additions to the DASH units that could improve operational efficiency. These suggestions are being
studied for the next harvesting season.
After tallying up the diver and operational cost factors for gallons of milfoil harvested per day, the results
were good considering the many variables experienced in a first year of operation. Divers, though
experienced, needed to develop techniques that worked best for them using the new DASH equipment.
Diving conditions, including wave action, bottom sediment quality and the level of infestation of milfoil,
all played an important role in the effectiveness of removal and the subsequent cost for milfoil abatement.
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The Town of Moultonborough, using the DASH equipment and contract divers, harvested approximately
9,552 gallons of milfoil plants in 60 days. The town spent $72,000 for DASH milfoil removal which
equated to $7.54 per gallon of milfoil harvested. The hard and rocky sediment in Moultonborough’s
waters required a greater length of time for the divers to extract each plant to ensure the root system was
included during the harvesting process. Complete removal of the plant is paramount for a lasting impact.
The Town of Wolfeboro used a DASH and contract divers to harvest milfoil for 18.5 days at total cost of
$22,030. The amount of milfoil removed approached 11,320 gallons from the waters of Back Bay,
Wolfeboro Bay and the Heath Brook area of Lake Wentworth. The milfoil harvested via one dive
contractor using a town DASH was approximately $1.95 per gallon of milfoil harvested. The DASH
harvesting productivity in Wolfeboro was significantly influenced in a positive way by a soft sediment
bottom allowing for quick removal of plants and plant roots. Most of the harvesting took place in Back
Bay (15 days) and accounted for the majority of milfoil pulled during the summer. Also, the clusters of
milfoil patches were relatively close to each other, thereby minimizing travel distances and time to
harvest the next patch.
The Town of Tuftonboro formed its milfoil committee this past year and had the New Hampshire
Department of Environmental Services (DES) survey their waters to map where variable milfoil could be
found. Without a dedicated budget and a DES required five year milfoil management plan in place, the
use of the DASH by Tuftonboro’s milfoil committee was minimal, other than for training purposes.
Tuftonboro is gearing up for an active effort in 2012 to combat milfoil in their waters.
A great deal of planning went into this project. Considering this past summer and fall was the
“shakedown” year to try the new DASH units, the Milfoil Joint Board believed the year was a very
successful one. The major goals of this year’s project work were achieved. Costs per day were reduced
and productivity in the removal of milfoil was substantially increased. Next season should show even
greater improvements and planning efforts are well underway in each of the three towns to maximize
DASH use.
The many volunteers who gave of their time and talents to implement this project truly deserve much of
the credit for their willingness to significantly help accomplish the project’s goals. The NH LAKES and
DES staffs have once again been exemplary in their assistance to the Milfoil Joint Board and town milfoil
committees. The residents of the three towns should take great satisfaction in knowing they now have a
rapid response capability to control aquatic invasive plants in an effective and efficient manner with the
use of the co-owned and co-shared DASH units!
Members of the Milfoil Joint Board include from Moultonborough: Carter Terenzini, clerk; Karin Nelson,
and Al Hoch, alternate; Tuftonboro: Bill Marcussen, Dan Duffy, and Dan Williams, alternate; Wolfeboro:
Linda Murray, Ken Marschner, and David Owen, alternate and fiscal agent.
Respectfully submitted,
Kenneth W. Marschner
Chairman
Milfoil Joint Board: Towns of Moultonborough, Tuftonboro, Wolfeboro
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Town Assessor’s Report
It was another busy year in the Assessing office. In August, Vision Government Solutions completed a
statistical update of all properties in Town. In September, we defended a petition submitted to the New
Hampshire Board of Tax and Land Appeals (BTLA) by a number of taxpayers to overturn the results
from the 2010 statistical update of values. The ruling found there was no basis to conclude that the BTLA
should order the Town to perform any reassessment or other remedial action other than what is already
scheduled to be done.
While the national real estate market suffered through another dismal year, locally we continue to fare
better than the rest of the country. The “Lakes Region” and the Town of Moultonborough appear to have
avoided the major declines in property values that have affected many areas of the country. Although we
have been affected by foreclosures and bank sales, we have far fewer than other areas of the state and
country. In 2011, we had about the same number of qualified sales as in 2010. In 2011, we had twentyfive waterfront sales, eight selling for more than $1 million. The largest sale price for the year was
$4,325,000. Projections for 2012 show another sluggish year, according to many real estate publications.
Each year the New Hampshire Department of Revenue (DRA) conducts a sale-to-ratio study to determine
the overall assessment ratio for each municipality in the state as of April 1st. The assessment ratio is the
measurement of the assessment level of a municipality. The guidelines established by the New Hampshire
Assessing Standards Board (ASB) suggest a median ratio between 90% and 110%. Other measures of
assessment equity usually used include the Coefficient of Dispersion (COD), a measure of assessment
equity between taxpayers. The ASB guideline requires a COD of less than 20%. Our 2010 ratio study
provided a median ratio of 97.4% and a COD of 10.5%. While we have not received the 2011
equalization statistics from the DRA as of this date, a trial run from the same time period showed a
median ratio of 95.4% and a COD of 15.0%.
The last full measure and list in Town was 2004. It has been too long since most have been inspected. So
this year we are starting a measure and list inspection program. We will not be inspecting every property
this year, but we plan to inspect part of the town each year. We hope to complete an inspection of every
property in town by 2017.
The inspection will consist of a measurement of the exterior dimensions of the buildings and an
inspection of the interior features to determine the age of the building, construction quality, overall
condition, type of flooring, heating type, number of bedrooms/bathrooms, plus additional features such as
fireplaces, porches and basement finish. New photographs may also be taken. Vision Government
Solution’s staff members will initially visit properties early in the year. If they are unable to inspect the
interior of the property, a letter will be sent this summer requesting an appointment to inspect the interior.
All Vision employees carry an introductory letter from the Town, an ID and have a sign on the vehicle.
Please feel free to stop by our office if you have questions or concerns regarding your assessment. Our
staff is always here to help in any way. We also have assessing information available on our website,
www.moultonboroughnh.gov.
Respectfully submitted,
Gary J. Karp
Town Assessor
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2011 Annual Report of Fire-Rescue & Emergency Services Department
In 2011 the Fire-Rescue and Emergency Services Department responded to 931 incidents, a 13.6%
increase from the previous year and the busiest year in the history of the Department.
2011 Incident Summary
# of Incidents
4
4
4
6
7
374
21
21
10
4
34
192
10
11
13
24
5
41
39
107
Type
Building Fires
Chimney fires
Oil burner fire/malfunction
Vehicle fires
Forest/Brush/Grass fires Dumpster/Outside trash fire
EMS Call, excluding vehicle accidents with injury
Motor Vehicle Accident with injuries
Motor Vehicle Accident with no injuries
Carbon Monoxide incident
Power line down
Arcing, shorted electrical equipment
Public Service Assistance, Other
Unauthorized burning
Mutual Aid Cover Assignment
Good Intent
Dispatched & cancelled en route
Authorized controlled burning
Alarm system malfunction
Alarm system activation, no fire
Other
Moultonborough Fire Rescue is a combination department comprised of a full time chief and two
firefighter/emergency medical technicians working 7am to 5pm Monday through Friday with Call
firefighter/EMT’s covering nights and weekends. The Department currently has roster of 38 Call
personnel including 23 Emergency Medical Technicians, of which two are EMT-Paramedics and three are
EMT-Intermediates. The Department is committed to providing the highest levels of emergency service
to the Town through investing in training of its personnel; this investment has paid dividends in a safer,
more cost effective operation of the Department, currently 80% of the fire department is trained to the
Firefighter Level 1 or higher. In 2011 Department personnel obtained the following certifications,
Firefighter Level 1:
Michael Dow, Adam Gravelle, Jennifer Stanford, and Brandyn Wixon
Firefighter Level 2:
Joseph Vosgershian
EMT-Basic:
Jennifer Stanford and Joseph Vosgershian
Fire & Emergency Services Instructor Level 2 & 3:
Richard Buckler
ICS 300 Intermediate Incident Command for Expanding Incidents: Raymond Bassett, Peter Beede Sr.,
and Richard Buckler.
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ICS 400 Advanced Incident Command for Command & General Staff for Complex and Multi Agency
Coordinating Incidents: Richard Buckler
In September, Chief Bengtson, Deputy Buckler, Lt. Daigneau and firefighters Dow, Stanford and Nye
attended the National Fire Academy in Emmitsburg, Maryland where they studied Decision Making for
Initial Company Operations, Community Risk Issues and Prevention and Incident Safety Officer
Operations. The EMS personnel of the Department completed Alternative Refresher Training Program
under the supervision of David Rivers, 24 hours of refresher training is required every two years to
maintain licensing as an EMT, and this is in addition to the 24 hours of continuing education that is
required annually.
Red Hill Fire Tower
The Red Hill fire tower was operated and staffed on a part time basis this year, with the tower being
staffed on Class 3 and higher fire danger days by Call personnel. The need to operate the tower was
broached during budget preparations with the Select Board deciding to eliminate the Tower Observers
position in the 2011 budget, the Fire Department Call personnel asked the Select Board to allow the
department to keep the personnel and create and another firefighter/emergency medical technician
position, the Select Board consented and firefighter/EMT Brain Searles was hired. In December the Select
Board held a public hearing on the Red Hill fire tower after receiving a recommendation from the Fire
Department Officers that the tower operation be discontinued, the Select Board voted to terminate the
tower lease and return the tower to the Lakes Region Conservation Trust. As an end of an era in the
history of Moultonborough Fire Rescue, the Fire Department would like to recognize the service and
dedication of Tower Observer and Watchman Ed Maheux, Ed’s 21 plus years of service have made him a
local landmark as part of the Tower Quest program and his “Free tickets good for absolutely nothing” are
valued collectors items. Ed, we thank you for being a valued resource to many in the Lakes Region.
The continued operation and effectiveness of this Department is the result of the dedication, efforts and
sacrifices of the Call firefighters and their families. As Fire Chief, I would like to thank them for all that
they do for our community.
Respectfully submitted,
David Bengtson
Chief of the Department
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Moultonborough Fire Rescue
Full Time Personnel
Fire Chief:
David Bengtson-EMT-Basic
Firefighter/EMT-Intermediate
Paul LaBranche
Brian Searles
Call Personnel
Deputy Chief’s:
Richard Buckler-EMT-Basic
Peter Beede Sr.
Captains:
Mark Fullerton-EMT-Basic
Raymond Bassett-EMT-Basic
Lieutenants:
Barbara Beede-EMT-Intermediate
Jeff Shannon
Christopher Shipp-EMT-Paramedic
Andrew Daigneau-EMT-Basic
Engineer:
Kenneth Kahn
Assistant Engineer:
John Schlemmer Jr.
Firefighters/EMT:
Bonnie Bassett, EMT-Intermediate
Chris Bassett
Elise Bolwell, EMT-Basic
Richard Brown
Jason Bryant
Chris Burbank, EMT-Basic
Bill Burke, EMT-Basic
Mike Colclough, EMT-Basic
Chris Conway
Justin Conway
Glenn Davis
Mike Dow
Craig Dunn, Sr.
Ron Fitzgerald, EMT-Basic
Michelle Fullerton, EMT-Basic
Adam Gravelle
Norman Larson
Jay Luff
Kelly Marsh, EMT-Paramedic
John Mensch, EMT-Basic
Marshall Nye, III, EMT-Basic
Cynthia Schlemmer, EMT-Basic
Stacy Shannon
Basil Sole, EMT-Intermediate
Jennifer Stanford, EMT-Basic
Joe Vosgershian, EMT-Basic
Brandyn, Wixon
Tim Woods, EMT-Intermediate
Explorers:
Matt Harfst
Nick Marsh
Kyla Wyman
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Moultonborough Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary
P.O. Box 446, Moultonborough, NH 03254
The mission of the Moultonborough Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary is to assist the fire department
at fires, accident scenes and any other emergency scene by supplying the firefighters with food and
beverage when they receive a call that requires a lengthy time of involvement.
We automatically
respond to any first alarm fires relayed by the Lakes Region Dispatch, otherwise, we respond by request
of the Fire Department.
During 2011, we responded to the Bean Road fire in February, and also provided coffee, apples and
cookies to both stations during Hurricane Irene, when our firefighters were asked to man both stations
during the storm. We also responded to a December fire with cookies and coffee.
In March, the Auxiliary prepared and served the lunch for the election officials at the town election, and
also prepared and served the annual Fire Warden dinner.
In May, the Auxiliary helped the Police Department with their annual ‘Special Olympics Torch Run’ by
setting up a lunch and cooking hot dogs and hamburgers for the Torch runners, families and support
group.
In June, the Auxiliary ran the food cantina for the Red Cross Blood Drive. We prepared food and
provided refreshments for the blood donors to help them recuperate after their donation.
We repaired and replaced broken lights on the Christmas wreaths that are hung on the light poles in town
during the holidays.
The Auxiliary had numerous fund raisers during the year to raise money for the Santa Fund. With the
donations of the Community and local businesses, the Auxiliary was able to buy Christmas toys for 43
local needy children in Moultonborough. We work in cooperation with the local school, the Visiting
Nurses Association and the Police Department.
The Auxiliary usually meets on the first Thursday of each month at 7 PM. Anyone interested is welcome
to attend. Meetings are generally held at the Life Safety Building or the Neck Station. To learn more
about the organization, come and see us.
Respectfully submitted,
Richard E. Plaisted
Auxiliary Chief
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Report of Forest Fire Warden and State Forest Ranger
Your local Forest Fire Warden, Fire Department, and the State of New Hampshire Division of Forests &
Lands, work collaboratively to reduce the risk and frequency of wildland fires in New Hampshire. To
help us assist you, please contact your local Forest Fire Warden or Fire Department to determine if a
permit is required before doing ANY outside burning. Under State law (RSA 227-L:17) a fire permit is
required for all outside burning, unless the ground is completely covered with snow. The New Hampshire
Department of Environmental Services also prohibits the open burning of household waste. Citizens are
encouraged to contact the local fire department or DES at 603.271.1370 or www.des.state.nh.us for more
information. Safe open burning requires diligence and responsibility. Help us to protect New
Hampshire’s forest resources. For more information please contact the Division of Forests & Lands at
603.271.2214, or online at www.nhdfl.org.
Both in terms of the number of fires, as well as the number of acres burned, this past fire season was the
smallest since records have been kept. Extensive rainfall virtually all season long kept the fire danger
down. When fires did start they were kept very small. The largest fire for the season was only 5.4 acres
which occurred in Littleton on May 2nd 2011. There was however a small window of high fire danger in
the northern third of the state during July when little rainfall was recorded. During this time there were a
number of lightning started fires which are fairly unusual in New Hampshire. As has been the case over
the last few years, state budget constraints have limited the staffing of our statewide system of 16 fire
lookout towers to Class III or higher fire danger days. Despite the reduction in the number of days
staffed, our fire lookouts are credited with keeping most fires small and saving several structures due to
their quick and accurate spotting capabilities. The towers fire spotting was supplemented by contracted
aircraft and the NH Civil Air Patrol when the fire danger was especially high. Many homes in New
Hampshire are located in the wildland urban interface, which is the area where homes and flammable
wildland fuels intermix. Several of the fires during the 2011 season threatened structures, a constant
reminder that forest fires burn more than just trees. Homeowners should take measures to prevent a
wildland fire from spreading to their home. Precautions include keeping your roof and gutters clear of
leaves and pine needles, and maintaining adequate green space around your home free of flammable
materials. Additional information and homeowner recommendations are available at www.firewise.org.
Please help Smokey Bear, your local fire department, and the state’s Forest Rangers by being fire wise
and fire safe!
2011 FIRE STATISTICS
(All fires reported as of November 2011)
(figures do not include fires under the jurisdiction of the White Mountain National Forest)
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CAUSES OF FIRES REPORTED
Arson
Debris
Campfire
Children
Smoking
Railroad
Equipment
Lightning
Misc.*
Year
7
2011
63
2010
10
2009
2
2008
9
2007
1
1
3
29 (*Misc.: power lines, fireworks, electric fences, etc.)
Total
Fires
Total
Acres
125
360
334
455
437
42
145
173
175
212
ONLY YOU CAN PREVENT WILDLAND FIRE
2011 Forest Fire Warden’s Report
Fire Permits Issued
3070
Type:
Category 1, a contained camp or cooking fire no greater than 2 feet in diameter
681
Category 2, a contained camp or cooking fire no greater than 4 feet in diameter
183
Category 3, a fire greater than 4 feet in diameter, un-contained (Brush)
2206
Fire Activity
Illegal, unauthorized or non-permitted burning
10
Forest, woods or wildland fires
1
Brush/Grass fires
5
Two brush fires were the result of improper disposal of wood stove embers or coals and/or failing to
insure that camp fires were completely extinguished.
Four were the result of downed or arcing power lines.
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2011 Annual Report of Moultonborough Emergency Management
In March the Town conducted a tabletop exercise of its Local Emergency Operations Plan under the
supervision and guidance of LMK Emergency Planning Associates of Bow, NH. The exercise was
conducted in compliance with the Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program. The exercise was
designed to evaluate the Town’s capabilities through several tabletop scenarios and provide an after
action report with recommendations for areas of improvement. The exercise included participation from
the Town Administrator, Selectmen, Police, Fire, and Highway Departments and the Emergency
Management Director. The evaluators noted the strengths of the Town’s Fire and Police Departments in
their understanding of their respective roles and interoperability of the two agencies, it also noted the
adequacy of the Town’s emergency notification system (CodeRed) to provide Town-wide notification to
its residents. The report recommended revising and improvements to the plan in the areas of
communications, incident management, public information/warning and the emergency operation center.
The Town improved its capability to handle town wide emergencies by adding a generator to the Town
Hall, this now provides the Town with an alternative site for its Emergency Operations Center. The
generator was funded through a 50/50 matching funds grant under the NH Homeland Security EMPG
program.
In 2011 the Town’s Emergency Operations Center was only opened once in August for the Tropical
Storm Irene weather event. The town was spared from the brunt of the storm with the track passing to the
west in Vermont where a large part of the state experienced wide scale damage. Emergency Services
personnel staffed both fire stations throughout the duration of the storm with crews handling multiple
reports of wires down and the bulk of the town being without power for about 10 hours. Chief Bengtson
and Road Agent Kinmond conducted preliminary damage assessments on Town owned Buildings and
Roads after Tropical Storm Irene. For Public Assistance; Road Agent Kinmond reported damage to
Ossipee Park Road affecting the guard rail system from erosion. For Individual Assistance; Director
Bengtson reported damage to one local business that sustained damage from a fallen tree. Public
Assistance debris clean up, protective measures and road systems damages for Tropical Storm Irene
totaled $162,183.00, the bulk of which is the estimated $150,000 for the erosion damage on Ossipee Park
Road. Reimbursement for these costs was submitted to FEMA.
CodeRed, the Town’s emergency notification system saw a significant jump in the number of residents
and property owners enrolling in the system in 2011, the system now has 2,216 registrations with about
14% of those enrolled receiving notifications via email or text message. From May through September the
CodeRed Weather Warning system issued 60 alerts to residents in the areas affected by the severe
weather warnings issued by the National Weather Service. 682 residents/property owners have subscribed
to the CodeRed Weather Warning service to date. Residents and property owners may enroll by clicking
the “CodeRed” icon on the upper right side of the Town’s web home page; www.moultonboroughnh.gov
or enrollment forms are available at the Town Hall and Public Safety Building.
Respectfully submitted,
David Bengtson
Emergency Management Director
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Public Works Annual Report
2011 was a productive year for the department as a whole, with several multiyear projects being
completed and the continuation of ongoing division operational assessments to gain cost & productivity
efficiency. The year was capitalized by working partnerships with local contractors on road and facility
maintenance projects. These partnerships showed cost savings with combined work forces all the while
putting dollars back to our local economy.
HIGHWAY DIVISION:
During 2011 the highway division spent 9317 hrs on General Highway maintenance to include
maintenance of the 77 miles of town roads, and 287 hrs on winter maintenance of private roads. The staff
spent 3339.5 man hrs on equipment maintenance, 1436.5 man hrs on cemetery maintenance, 1448.75 man
hrs on Parks & Grounds Maintenance, 2774.5 man hrs on Facilities Maintenance and 188.75 man hrs
assisting other town departments. The 2010-2011 winter season recorded 42 events which brought the
crews out to handle the 103” of snow and several icing incidents. The division used 1142.6 tons of magic
salt, 921.17 tons on town roads and 221.5 tons on private roads. The division used 3251.2 tons of
sand/salt mix 1289.5 tons on town roads and 1961.7 tons on private roads. The total 2010-2011 winter
maintenance cost for town and private roads was just over $381K. This cost includes all equipment town
& privately owned, and deicing materials. The division received delivery of a replacement dump truck
with plow, wing and in-body sander. The new truck replaced a 14 year old truck which was traded in
towards the new vehicle purchase.
The highway staff attended 256 hrs of continuing education with attendance at the UNH Technology
Transfer Center, Fisher Plow Factory, NHMTA- Fleet Pro attending classes on salt reduction, winter
maintenance, Municipal Garage Safety, Construction administration, Fisher Plow Repair training, and Air
Brake certification. The division welcomed newly hired Equipment Operator Andy Wolanek and Office
Clerk Angela Hoyt. I would like to also extend our thanks to part time Equipment Operator Andy
Brackett, who filled in during a staffing shortage during the year.
The crew performed routine maintenance work on the roads with gravel road grading and graveling,
ditching, culvert replacements, pot hole patching, tree trimming & removal, pavement repairs and
removal of debris and trash. The division was also assisted by outside contractors with the services of
catch basin cleaning, street & parking lot sweeping, roadside mowing, and hazard tree removals with a
crane.
The crew worked on several projects in preparation of pavement preservations:
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EAGLE SHORES RD (6300’+)
BIRCH LANE (3300’+/-)
KERRIE COURT (1425’+/-)
The crew tree trimmed the roadways, and then worked with a local contractor to replace the cross culverts
on the roadway and cleaned the ditches of the road. An outside paving contractor then added a leveling
course of asphalt and then finish course of asphalt.
SHERIDAN ROAD (Reconstruction/Pavement Preservation project 7900’+)
Due to the inability to prepare a project design which met the approval of the division and the
neighborhood, the project was post-phoned for further evaluation with a context sensitive solution
approach towards the reconstruction design of the 1400’ section. With the project being post phoned the
monies allocated were applied to a 2012 paving project moving it forward. The section was from the Rt.
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25 intersection, north 7900’, which received a leveling course and top coat of pavement from the
contracted Paving contractor.
PAVEMENT PRESERVATION (crack sealing & Chip sealing)
Prior to chip sealing an outside crack sealing company came in and crack sealed 8400 LF on Sibley Rd.,
Alpine Park, Ossipee Park Rd., Kona Farm Rd., Hanson Rd., Krainwood Dr., Hanson Mill Rd.,
Driftwood Dr. and lower portion of Shaker Jerry. During the summer, the Chip Sealing was done on
Sibly Rd. and Alpine Park Rd.
RED HILL RD (350’+/-) SAWMILL WAY (1300’+/-) RECONSTRUCTION
This section of road was reconstructed by the removal of pavement and sub-grade rocks, and
re-establishment of the ditches and drainage culverts. The road surface on Sawmill received geo-textile
fabric and re-graveled, and Red Hill Road was completely reconstructed for approximately 350’, with
under-drain installed in the road bed to allow for the underground water to be pulled out from beneath it.
The road then received a new sub base gravel, then geo-textile, and gravel. The road was then base coat
paved this fall by our outside paving contractor.
This project was done using the highway division staff, and equipment, as well as an outside contractor
from the vender list for excavator(s) and a vibratory rolling for compaction. The highway/road agent was
assisted by the outside contractor and the town contracted construction administrator with the lay out,
engineering concerns relative to the installation of the under-drain and base paving. This combined effort
verses bidding the project saved an estimated $40K-$50K, which is approximately 30-40%. This type of
small scaled self engineered projects, with utilization of Town staff, equipment, and town purchased
aggregate under contract, and then using outside contractors on an hourly equipment rate saves hundreds
and thousands of dollars, all the while keeping the dollars spent locally.
FACILITIES & GROUNDS:
The division was plagued with a major repair of the perimeter drain at the Public Safety Building, after
exploratory work was scheduled to scope the perimeter drain and upon locating it some 12+ feet down
from the surface, discovered that the pipe was crushed and was substandard. The outcome of the project
was the replacement of the perimeter drain located on the southerly side of the building and running to the
northeast to daylight. The outside contractor which was utilized came from the vendor list, and was able
to remain on the job to complete the repair. The highway division and the Town Engineer assisted with
equipment, technical direction and documentation. The F&G Maintenance staff was busy throughout the
year providing & coordinating maintenance of the Facilities & Grounds, to include the mowing &
trimming of all facilities and parks, making & maintenance of ice at the Town ice rink, support to the
milfoil collection project, care & maintenance of Town beaches, collection of recyclables from Town
buildings and the care and maintenance of the Town’s cemeteries.
In May 2011 the local Moultonborough Girl Scout Troop, hosted a Green Up, Clean Up day at the Town
Parks & Beaches. The scouts worked with Agt. Kinmond and T/L Dennis Emerton to coordinate the
event, which promoted community volunteerism for the beautification of our Town parks & beaches. The
Town DPW staff assisted the group, which had 50 +/- volunteers who helped clean up the beaches by
raking and picking up debris & trash. The Volunteers also helped plant an Elm Tree from the Elm
Society, planted shrubs and place bark mulch around them at the Playground/Park facility. It was a great
day for all, and greatly appreciated by the F&G Staff.
This past year the Board of Selectmen/ Town Cemetery Trustees adopted an ordinance regarding the rules
and usages of the Town cemeteries. A working group consisting of Cemeteries Maintenance Worker
Peter Wright, Residents Richard Kennedy and Bruce Worthen helped provide recommendations for the
Selectmen/Trustees to consider.
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2011 Facilities & Grounds Projects:
Playground Drive- Recreation Facility
The crew and highway division added infield mix to the baseball field at Playground Drive, grading and
leveling it. The gazebo area was re-roofed, and a gravel walkway was constructed between the parking lot
access stairs to the paved roadway.
Energy Management System - Town Hall
Facilities Worker Andy Daigneau conducted oversight of a contracted vender to install an energy
management system at the Town Hall; the system is a computerized system that allows for temperature
controls to be adjusted as the outside temperatures change and during times when the facility spaces are
not occupied.
WASTE MANAGEMENT DIVISION:
The transfer station and resource park has evolved into a well oiled machine within the public works
group. The staff is in constant motion with the streamlining of the recycling collection at the facility, all
the while placing customer service at the top of the list. The facility has seen increases in several
recycling areas, which has brought in higher revenues to the town, to which we thank Supervisor Scott
Greenwood who has been watching the market, and with his staff promoting the importance of recycling,
by making it easier for the users of the facility. With a full time staff member leaving the employ
Supervisor Greenwood and Agent Kinmond, agreed to use part time or per diem staff to fill the hours,
allowing for more employment hours to current and new part time staffers.
The facility saw the final phase of a three year project of upgrades to the facility, with the construction of
a pole barn to store bailed recyclables which await sale. The pole barn was bid as a local project, with
oversight of construction by the Public Works Department. A local contractor constructed the pole barn
this fall, concluding the facility upgrades.
Supervisor Greenwood and I would like to thank the users of the facility for working with us to “Reduce,
Reuse and mostly Recycle.” Please know that it is with your continued cooperation that we can reduce
costs associated with the operation of the facility.
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Town Recycling Yearly Comparisons
ITEM
MSW
DEMO
SHINGLES
LEAVES
GLASS
CANS ALUM
CANS STEEL
SCRAP METAL
MIXED PAPER
CARDBOARD
HDPE PLASTIC
PETE PLASTC
VEH BATTERIES
ELECTRONICS
RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES
TIRES
FLOURESCENT BULBS / COMPACT
BULBS
PROPANE TANKS
20#
CLOTHING
FREON
USED OIL
VEHICLES
PROPANE TANKS
2009
976.88
809.13
N/A
1278
143.43
17.72
25.46
72.7
138.81
36.01
16.5
15.7
2.4
17
344
10
UNIT
TONS
TONS
CU YD
TONS
TONS
TONS
TONS
TONS
TONS
TONS
TONS
TONS
TONS
LBS
TONS
324 LBS
91
5
197
750
45372
TANKS
TONS
UNITS
GALLONS
CARS
2010
983.3
367.4
122.9
1142
184.2
8.6
11.89
135.26
129.8
128.5
13.3
19
4.3
11.7
327
9.6
UNIT
TONS
TONS
TONS
CU YD
TONS
TONS
TONS
TONS
TONS
TONS
TONS
TONS
TONS
TONS
LBS
TONS
350 LBS
124
2.5
209
770
53059
1#
CLEAN WOOD
TANKS
TONS
UNITS
GALLONS
CARS
2011
963.3
249.5
134
714
179.6
9.7
15.3
125
164.83
108.5
14.3
18.6
3
10.7
456
4.8
UNIT
TONS
TONS
TONS
CU YDS
TONS
TONS
TONS
TONS
TONS
TONS
TONS
TONS
TONS
TONS
LBS
TONS
6816 EACH
68
11
133
1430
51798
351
92
TANKS
TONS
UNITS
GALLONS
CARS
TANKS
TONS
TOTAL 2011 REVENUE FROM RECYCLING THROUGH NRRA $86,816.21
If you have any questions regarding the Waste Management Facility and or recycling you can contact
Supervisor Scott Greenwood at [email protected] or call 1.603.476.8800.
As I complete my first term as Highway/Road Agent, I want to take this opportunity to thank all residents
for their support of the Public Works Department staff. I would also like to thank my dedicated
Supervisors and Staff who all came together to create a hard working Public Works team. Many thanks go
to the private winter maintenance contractors who help us maintain the nearly 200 miles of private roads
in the town. If you have a concern or question you can reach me at the Highway Garage 1.603.253.7445,
or emergencies or after hours through the PD at 1.603.476.2400. We always like hearing from the
residents regarding our roads, and feel free to email us at [email protected] or Road Agent
Kinmond at [email protected]
Respectfully submitted,
Scott D. Kinmond, (2012)
Highway/Road Agent- Director of Public Works
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Adopt-a-Spot Participants
“Adopt a Spot” is a Town beautification program covering nine (9) public buildings and parks.
Participants plan, plant and maintain these Flower Gardens throughout the entire growing season and pay
for those associated costs. They improve our quality of life, reduce the costs to taxpayers, let area
businesses, service clubs and individuals put their best foot forward and exemplify what makes living in
small towns like us just so very special.
The Town provides a sign at each spot naming the sponsoring business or group. Prizes are awarded for
the 1st, 2nd and 3rd top designs and all are given a certificate of recognition.
1st Place: Community Center
by Donnybrook Home Services
2nd Place: Public Safety Building
by Miracle Farms Landscaping
3rd Place: Center Harbor Town Line
by Miracle Farms Landscaping
Other Participants
James and Peter Nigzus & Family
Pine Ridge Lawn and Landscape
Moultonborough Aubuchon
Robert Patenaude
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Dion’s Plant Place & Landscape
Moultonborough Lion’s Club
Moultonboro Toastmasters
Household Hazardous Waste Day
On Saturday, August 6, 2011, the Town of Moultonborough and the Lakes Region Planning Commission
hosted its annual Household Hazardous Waste Day, at the Moultonborough Public Works- Highway
Garage. The collection period ran from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon with the collection contractor Clean
Harbors on site to collect and handle all materials listed as household hazardous waste. Several area
volunteers from Moultonborough, Center Harbor, and Tamworth assisted with survey data collection,
traffic control, and provided information on household hazardous waste. The collection area was also
staffed with DPW staff from both Highway and Waste Management Facilities to assist residents with
collection of non-hazardous recyclables i.e.: waste oil, fluorescent bulbs, batteries and propane tanks.
Residents can visit the Town’s web site Public
Works page or the Lakes Region Planning
Commissions website page to view
information on hazardous household products
and proper methods and places of disposal of
these products.
I would like to personally thank our residents
for their efforts to protect the town from
improper disposal of household hazardous
waste. My special thanks go to Chuck &
Marie Connell for their 15 years of dedicated
volunteerism on this effort.
I would also thank those who made things run smoothly.
Community Volunteers:
Chuck & Marie Connell
Tom Howard
Russ Goyette
Joe Quaresima
Chris Clyne
Ned Beecher
Sue Stowbridge
Scott Bartlett
DPW Staff:
WMF Supervisor: Scott Greenwood
WMF Attendant: Dennis King
Highway Foreman: Ed Wakefield
Highway Worker: Francis Horne
Fire Chief: Dave Bengtson
LRPCC HHW Coord.: Dave Jeffers
Clean Harbors Coord.: Seth Dawber
DPW Director: Scott Kinmond
Respectfully submitted,
Scott D. Kinmond, Highway/Road Agent/DPW Director
HHW Site Coordinator
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Lakes Region Household Hazardous Waste Collection
The 2011 Lakes Region Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Collections were conducted in a safe and
efficient manner on July 30, 2011 and August 6, 2011 at eight different locations. The event was
coordinated by the Lakes Region Planning Commission (LRPC). 1,690 households participated in this
annual collection; overall this represents 4.5% of the households in the twenty-four Lakes Region
communities that participated in this year’s HHW Collection. The percentage of households participating
from individual communities ranged from less than 2% to more than 13%.
Nearly 17,000 gallons of HHW and more than 40,000 feet of fluorescent bulbs as well as more than 2,000
compact fluorescent bulbs (CFLs) were disposed of properly. Oil-based paint products continue to
comprise more than half our costs of disposal. Residents are encouraged to use latex paint when possible,
for it is not considered a hazardous material in New Hampshire and any residue can be dried out and
disposed of in the household trash.
One third of those attending this year’s collections had never attended an HHW collection in New
Hampshire. Many volunteers and municipal staff assisted in publicizing and staffing the collection sites;
their efforts are greatly appreciated. This year we distributed 1,500 handy flipbooks with tips and recipes
for Alternatives to Household Hazardous Waste.
The estimated cost for this collection which helps protect our region’s water quality was $2.13 per Lakes
Region household. The appropriation for each community participating in the 2012 collection will remain
the same as this past year. The next Household Hazardous Waste Collections will be held July 28, 2012
and August 4, 2012. All residents and property owners in participating communities are encouraged to
take this opportunity to safely dispose of your household hazardous products.
Map of collection sites:
For more information, check with your local coordinator or
LRPC (http://www.lakesrpc.org/services_hhw.asp) for details.
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Police Department
Personnel:
2011 has been another year of change within the police department due to the hiring of new employees, as
well as the resignations of current employees. On March 25, 2011, Communications Specialist Gina
Aponte resigned from the department as a part-time public safety communications specialist. On April
14, 2011, Master Patrol Officer (Ret.) Wayne Black returned to the department as a part-time public
safety communications specialist. On July 12, 2011, we hired Communications Specialist Ashley Jette as
a part-time public safety communications specialist. On July 18, 2011, we hired Officer Daniel Ingram as
a full-time police officer to replace Master Patrol Officer Black, who retired in December of 2010 as a
police officer. On September 1, 2011, Chief of Police Thomas Dawson resigned from the department, at
which time I was appointed by the Board of Selectmen as Officer In Charge/Interim Chief of Police until
a permanent replacement is hired. On September 30, 2011, Officer James Quinlan resigned as a full-time
police officer to pursue his dream of professional fighting, but remains on the department as a part-time
police officer. On October 5, 2011, we hired Communications Specialist Fred Whiting as a part-time
communications specialist. Also on October 5, 2011, Officer Joseph Marinucci resigned as a part-time
police officer. On November 21, 2011, Communications Specialist Fred Whiting resigned as a part-time
public safety communications specialist. On December 1, 2011, Officer Colin LeBlanc was promoted to
the rank of Master Patrol Officer. Also on December 1, 2011, we hired Officer Jonathan Kleiber as a fulltime police officer to replace Officer James Quinlan. On December 2, 2011, Communications Specialist
Ashley Jette resigned as a part-time public safety communications specialist to accept a position as a fulltime dispatcher with the Dartmouth College Department of Safety and Security in Hanover, New
Hampshire. I would like to extend my thanks to the members of the department for covering the extra
workload caused by the vacancies and working tirelessly to train the new personnel.
Training:
Officers attended over 1200 hours of training. These trainings included Incident Response to Bombings,
Officer as Prosecutor, AG’s Child Abuse Conference, Stopping the School Shooter, Basic Drug
Investigation, ASP Instructor School, A.R.I.D.E., 2011 NHEDA Conference, Scenario Training with
Simunitions, Stress Management for Supervisors, Firearms Instructor Recertification, Warrants and
Complaints, Basic Police Photography, Motorcycle Traffic Accident Reconstruction, Terminal Agency
Coordinator, Sobriety Checkpoint for Supervisors, Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs, LASO Training, Instructor
Development, Patrol and Contraband Investigation, Telephone Records in Investigation, Crime Scene II,
NAPWDA K-9 Certification, Suicide Bombing Incidents, Field Training Officer, as well as numerous inservice/department trainings.
Community Programs, Partnerships and Events:
Community Policing: We conducted a successful blood drive, participated in the Special Olympics Torch
Run, as well as participated in many charity events.
Good Morning Program: The Moultonborough Police Department continues to offer the good morning
program to the citizens of Moultonborough. There are currently five citizens in the program.
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Grants: The department continues to secure grant funds from the New Hampshire Highway Safety
Agency for Speed Enforcement, Sobriety Check Points, DWI Saturation Patrols, School Bus Safety
Patrols and Police Equipment. Participation in these programs proved very helpful in promoting and
educating the motoring public in the safe and responsible manner in operating a motor vehicle. We have
also received funding from the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office for Enforcing Underage
Drinking Laws and the United States Department of Justice for bulletproof vest replacement for officers.
Moultonborough Police Association: The Moultonborough Police Association continues to offer support
to Moultonborough families, as well as Law Enforcement Officers throughout the state in their time of
need. The Moultonborough Police Association awarded four scholarships to graduating seniors from
Moultonborough Academy in 2011, as well as sponsored or made contributions to the Children’s Hospital
at Dartmouth (CHAD), Meals on Wheels, Moultonborough Recreation Department, New Hampshire
Police Cadet Training Academy, and Winnipesaukee Sportsman Club, as well as others.
Moultonborough Police Children’s Christmas Fund: The Moultonborough Police Department assisted in
providing 32 families with a total of 76 children with Christmas presents in 2011. I would like to thank
Executive Assistant Virginia Welch for spearheading and working tirelessly in this endeavor. I would
also like to give a special thanks to the citizens and businesses of Moultonborough, as well as the
Moultonborough Fire-Rescue Department Ladies Auxiliary for your donations and contributions to the
Moultonborough Police Children’s Christmas Fund.
Moultonborough Police Citizens Academy: The Moultonborough Police Department conducted its 1st
Annual Citizen Police Academy at the Moultonborough Public Safety Building, which was coordinated
by Sergeant Joseph Canfield. Ten citizens of Moultonborough participated in the ten week program.
Celeste Burns, Sally Carver, Evan Clinton, Patricia Conley, Lydia Eaton, Arthur Glaski, Robert Goffredo,
Gary Haracz, Edward Marudzinski and Mark Taylor graduated from the program on April 20, 2011.
Moultonborough Police Explorer Post 142: Sergeant Joseph Canfield took over the reigns as the Advisor
of Moultonborough Police Explorer Post 142 in 2011. Currently there are six Explorers in the Explorer
Post. These six Explorers are Nathaniel Bult, Joshua Lahey, Kate Lahey, Cieran Paterson, Tyler Reidy
and Austin Wakefield. The program is open to all youths between 14 and 21 years of age and is designed
to allow youths to have exposure to different aspects of Law Enforcement through classroom and handson approach.
New Hampshire Police Cadet Training Academy: Each year the New Hampshire Police Cadet Training
Academy is held at Hesser College in Manchester, New Hampshire. This year I completed my 10th year
as a staff member at the Academy. Four Explorers from Moultonborough Police Explorer Post 142
attended the week long program this year. Explorer Joshua Lahey and Explorer Nathaniel Bult graduated
from the Advanced Session and Explorer Cieran Paterson and Explorer Austin Wakefield graduated from
the Basic Session. The New Hampshire Police Cadet Training Academy is sponsored by the New
Hampshire Chiefs of Police Association, New Hampshire Police Association, the Exploring Division of
Daniel Webster Council of Boy Scouts of America, and Hesser College. The program is open to all
youths between 14 and 21 years of age and is designed to allow youths to have exposure to different
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aspects of Law Enforcement, as well as teach them about integrity, motivation, pride, respect, selfdiscipline, and teamwork.
New Hampshire Highway Safety “Looking Beyond the Traffic Ticket” Awards:
(From left to right: Sgt. Scott Fulton, Off. Peter John, Det. Stephen Kessler, Sgt. Peter Beede at awards
ceremony at New Hampshire Police Standards and Training, in Concord, NH)
On December 13, 2011, Detective Stephen Kessler and Officer Peter John received awards during a
ceremony at New Hampshire Police Standards and Training, in Concord, New Hampshire. Detective
Kessler and Officer John were two of fifteen officers in the entire State of New Hampshire that were
honored at the “Looking Beyond the Traffic Ticket” Awards Ceremony. Detective Kessler received an
award for “Excellent Police Tactics and Observation Skills,” as a result of checking a suspicious vehicle
at a local business on February 27, 2010. Detective Kessler followed the fresh foot tracks in the snow
from the vehicle to a residence, which resulted in Detective Kessler arresting an individual for Felonious
Sexual Assault on a minor. Officer John received an award for “Dedicated Traffic Enforcement,” due to
his efforts in apprehending violators for Falsifying Inspection Stickers/Registration Stickers, as well his
commitment to the enforcement of motor vehicle laws and apprehension of impaired/intoxicated
motorists. The awards that Detective Kessler and Officer John received are just two examples of the
efforts of the department as a whole that have contributed to making the community a safer place to live,
work and visit.
Regional Partnerships: We continued our partnership with the Belknap County Special Operations Group
and the Belknap County Regional Traffic Accident Reconstruction Team. Detective Stephen Kessler and
Master Patrol Officer Colin LeBlanc are members of the Belknap County Special Operations Group.
Master Patrol Officer LeBlanc is a member of the Belknap County Regional Traffic Accident
Reconstruction Team.
Please visit our website www.moultonboroughpd.com or call us at 603.476.2400 if you are interested in
joining any of these programs or would like more information on these programs.
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Juvenile:
In the spring of 2011, School Resource Officer (S.R.O.) Jody Baker was appointed as the juvenile officer.
Although S.R.O. Baker had a significant amount of contact with juveniles through her duties at the
school, the total number of juvenile arrests remains moderately low. Many incidents that occur in the
school are handled administratively with input from S.R.O. Baker or our department if it involves a
criminal offense. Overall drug and alcohol use by juveniles remains an area of concern. It is not always
easily detected and is often well hidden by those parties involved in the behavior. Our department
remains diligent with information from the school and various other sources in attempting to intervene
where we legally can do so. We remain proactive in education and early detection. In the past year, we
had two instances at school where evidence of a particular drug or drugs were found. This area of
concern continues to remain a priority for our department to keep our kids safe. Drug work in particular
takes time, unless the juvenile is caught inadvertently. Parental support and cooperation is a must in these
cases. Other areas of concern of course are motor vehicle related issues. Juveniles at 16 years of age are
treated as adults for motor vehicle offenses; however they are still handled with care based on their age.
It is a privilege to drive and parents need to know that they can take that privilege away before the police
even become involved. Overall we are fortunate in this community where everyone looks out for our
juvenile population.
In 2011, there were a total of 10 juveniles (16 years of age and younger) arrested or taken into protective
custody for the following criminal or status offenses:
CHINS Petition Truancy
Protective Custody
Aggravated Felonious Sexual Assault
Simple Assault
Possession of a Controlled Drug
Unlawful Possession of Alcohol
Criminal Mischief
1
1
5
4
2
1
3
Four of these cases were adjudicated in family court and the status offense case was rectified in family
court. In one of the cases, charges could not be brought forward due to the age of the juvenile as it relates
to alcohol. One case is still pending arraignment in family court and in one of the cases the petition was
withdrawn due to a competency issue and the case was turned over to another agency. One of the
petitions was withdrawn due to the juvenile turning 17 before their scheduled court date and in one case
the juvenile was released with no charges from a protective custody arrest.
K-9:
Detective Stephen Kessler and partner, K-9 Rony, have had another successful year with 27 Calls For
Service (C.F.S.), both in Moultonborough and in communities where we have mutual aid agreements.
Detective Kessler and Rony continued to participate as active operators on the Belknap County Special
Operations Group. The K-9 team once again worked hard to receive their patrol and narcotics
certification for 2011 through the North American Police Working Dog Association.
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Statistics:
The Police Department employs and is allotted 12 full-time sworn officers, 4 part-time sworn officers, 1
non-sworn Executive Assistant, 1 regular part-time Prosecutor, and 6 non-sworn part-time/per diem
Dispatchers to deliver quality law enforcement services to the community. From January to December,
the Police Department handled 34,907 Calls For Service. (See Yearly Statistical Comparisons)
I would like to thank the men and women of the Moultonborough Police Department for their dedication
to the department and community. I would also like to thank New Hampshire State Police, Carroll
County Sheriff’s Department, Belknap County Sheriff’s Department, Center Harbor Police Department,
Meredith Police Department, Sandwich Police Department, Tuftonboro Police Department and the many
other unnamed law enforcement agencies for their help and support. I would also like to thank Chief
Bengtson and the men and women of the Moultonborough Fire-Rescue Department, as well as Road
Agent Scott Kinmond and the men and women of the Moultonborough Public Works Department for
their continued support. I would also like to thank the Board of Selectmen, the Town Hall staff and all
town employees for their continued support.
We invite you to visit our website at
www.moultonboroughpd.com, visit us at the Moultonborough Public Safety Building or call us at
603.476.2400. Please feel free to contact us 24/7/365, as the officers are here to assist you in any way
they can or direct you to the appropriate services that can assist you. If you see anything suspicious,
please report it, as the citizens of Moultonborough are our eyes and ears within the community and you
just never know what that piece of information might bring to an investigation. We look forward to
serving our residents and the people that visit our community, ensuring the safety and quality of life that
Moultonborough is known for.
Respectfully submitted,
Sergeant Peter W. Beede, Jr.
Interim Chief of Police
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*39,294 *38,179 *35,973 *41,867 *34,907 -16.62%
3,298
537 2,216
5,487
3,888 -29.14%
605
690
656
664
599
-9.79%
301
398
362
342
342
0.00%
261
327
309
297
299
0.67%
32
51
38
31
33
6.45%
8
20
15
14
10 -28.57%
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Assist Citizens (Walk ins @ Public Safety Building)
5,045 5,641 5,571
5,955
4,906
Assist Citizens (Total Telephone Calls Received)
14,946 14,800 12,900 14,159 12,063
Assist Citizens (Telephone Police)
12,874 12,984 11,254 12,435 10,748
Assist Citizens (Telephone Fire)
2,072 1,816 1,646
1,724
1,104
Total 911 Calls (Police, Fire, & EMS)
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N/A
N/A
667
1087
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Mv Accident- Fatalities
Mv Accident- Alcohol Involved
Mv Accident- Pedestrian/Bicyclist
Driving While Under the Influence
Driving After Suspension/Revocation
Motor Vehicle Violations (Total)
Motor Vehicle Summons
Motor Vehicle Warnings
150
107
43
0
7
1
34
37
4,396
489
3,907
148
116
32
0
3
0
43
37
4,663
467
4,196
97
65
32
0
1
0
41
38
4,419
490
3,929
114
65
49
3
6
2
41
52
4,584
590
3,994
149
117
31
1
3
2
29
45
4,270
431
3,839
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80.00%
-36.73%
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Commercial Alarms
Dog Calls (ACO & PD)
Domestic Violence Calls
Abandon 911 Calls
Abandon Motor Vehicles
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Assist Fire- Rescue
Arson- Bombing
Assaults
Assist Citizens
Assist Motorist
Assist Other Agency
Burglary
Civil Matter
Civil Stand-by (DV)
Community Policing Events
Criminal Mischief
Criminal Threatening
Criminal Trespass
Death Investigation
Directed Patrol
Disturbance
Drug Offenses
Dumping/Littering
Explorer Post Activities
Fire Investigations- Structure
Fire Permits Issued by Dispatch
Fingerprinting
Fish & Game Related
General Complaints
Harassing Phone Calls
Involuntary Emergency Admission
Juvenile Matters
Lost/Found Property
Missing Persons
MV Accidents Reported
MV Complaints Reported
MV Unlocks
Neighbor Disputes
348
222
402
31
104
83
461
1
27
509
183
270
15
45
28
155
77
15
18
2
2,943
36
13
9
92
1
189
75
2
391
29
2
96
106
14
191
321
135
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225
354
37
91
60
466
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501
210
294
19
44
31
298
69
24
14
6
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22
30
17
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3
189
126
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294
17
1
163
101
17
192
299
143
4
344
128
239
27
74
72
383
1
20
403
177
187
24
30
24
203
61
21
14
3
3,097
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29
13
44
5
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92
4
247
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126
98
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120
278
120
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328
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204
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57
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29
315
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Road Hazards Reported
Sex Offender Registrations
Sex Offense Reported
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Town Ordinance Violations
Traffic Control
Unsecured Premise
Underage Drinking Enforcement
Warrant Service
Welfare Checks
Vehicle off the road
VIN Verifications
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30
125
52
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Blue Ribbon Commission on Community Services and Facilities
The Blue Ribbon Commission on Community Services and Facilities was created by the SelectBoard to
“… create an orderly process to review and assess the need for and provision of services by the
Community Services Team (Human, Health, Senior and Recreation) and the related need for and
provision of facilities for the same…”. The commission met over a period of seven months in almost
twenty meetings, including a public hearing for the general public, and delivered its report to the
SelectBoard on April 8, 2011. Our recommendations were to:
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Develop an indoor gymnasium for use by the Recreation Department on or adjacent to existing
school land;
Rehabilitate the soccer field at Playground Drive;
Upon relocation of the recreation department, move the location of the Moultonborough Visiting
Nurses Association (MVNA) and Human Services Department to the current Recreation
Department facility to address confidentiality concerns;
Establish a Human Services Information Team and establish a Human Services webpage to
provide information on services available to the public; and
Construct dividers and other equipment changes at the Lion’s Club to improve the available uses
of the existing facility.
Our work was completed with the delivery of our final report which is available on the Town web site in
its entirety (Click on Town Committees to find us). We leave in their hands and the hands of the
community the pursuit of and final decision on our various recommendations. I want to thank my fellow
members and all those who met with us and attended our meetings for their insight and helpful guidance.
Respectfully submitted,
Erik Taylor
Chairman
Members:
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Carol Robbins
Richard Wakefield
John Pendexter
Don McGillicuddy
Community Services Team
The Community Service Team, (CST) is a team approach to providing community resources to all
residents of Moultonborough and is comprised of the following municipal departments: Human
Resources, Recreation and Visiting Nurse Service. This year we added the Moultonborough Library to
our team. The team meets on a regular basis to collaborate on how best to provide services to the
townspeople. We refer, when appropriate, those who we identify as benefiting from the services offered
by the other departments. This has resulted in a cooperative approach to providing community and human
services to Moultonborough residents and an improved delivery of these services. We also collaborate on
offering recreation and education programs.
This year our major programming focus was on the Community Resource Fair which was held on Friday
June 3rd. In our team meetings we had recognized that many adults, especially senior adults, may not be
aware of all the many opportunities afforded our residents. We determined that a one day fair where
people could stop in and learn about a wide variety of health, wellness, social, service, municipal,
volunteer and recreation opportunities in the community would be beneficial. We had over 30 vendors
and well over 100 participants enjoying gaining this knowledge and experience. The fair was held at the
Moultonborough Recreation Dept./Community Center and Moultonborough Library. The day was a great
success with very positive feedback from participants and vendors.
As we move in to 2012 the team will continue to meet and collaborate in order to maintain and improve
our delivery of community services to Moultonborough.
Respectfully submitted,
Donna Kuethe,
Rae Marie Davis,
Recreation Dir.
Human Services Dir.
Debra Peaslee,
Visiting Nurse Service Dir.
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Nancy McCue,
Library Dir.
Health and Human Services Director
Moultonborough is a very special place to live. We are so fortunate to be surrounded by the beautiful
mountains and lakes, as well as a unique diversity of population. Our town has approximately 25,000
residents in the summer and about 4100 in the winter. We have a mixture of wealthy, retired, tourists as
well as year around working families.
Our community is very special having our Visiting Nurse Service, Recreation Department, Police
Department, Fire Departments, Meals on Wheels, local Churches, and Service Organizations all working
together to make Moultonborough a healthy and save place to live.
As I write this report it is 1 degree outside. Many families are facing hard times; lots of people are out of
work or only working part time. Oil prices and gas have gone up as well as food and almost everything
else. It is a very stressful time of year. My office has many coming to ask for help and I am so grateful to
be able to assist them in many ways. We are able to provide them with information about State, Federal,
and Local agencies as well as local food pantries in our area. Our town is also able to help with rent, fuel,
medicine etc.
With our schools and concerned citizens contacting me about neighbors in need, no one in this town has
to live on the streets, be cold or not have food and medicine that they need. We do not give loans but do
ask these families to help out if they can with some community service to help offset some of the expense.
Thank You Moultonborough Residents for your continued caring and kindness to others. We are a
special community.
Respectfully submitted,
Rae Marie Davis
Human Service Director
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Report of the Recreation Department
The mission of the Moultonborough Recreation Department is: “To provide high quality programs and
facilities that offer a range of healthy recreational and leisure activities to the Moultonborough
community.” In 2011 we have accomplished this by: offering quality programs, events and experiences
for a variety of ages; working towards maintaining and improving recreation facilities; collaborating with
different organizations, agencies and individuals; hiring, training, supervising and evaluating the best
possible staff and volunteers and being dedicated to the recreation profession and the town of
Moultonborough
Recreation Programs and events offered in 2011 are as follows: (Participant numbers are shown
next to the program or event listed).
Programs, Events and Trips geared to adults and senior adults: Boston Flower Show – 37, King Arthur
Flour and Saint Gauden’s National Historic Site – 41, Salem Witch Museum and Peabody Essex Museum
-23 (Salem and St. Gauden’s trips held in conjunction with the Moultonborough Library), Cabbage Island
Clambake – 26, Community Resource Fair – 100+ and 30+ vendors – a cooperative effort with the
Community Services Team. O.A.R. – Operation Active Recreation – 10, Gentle Yoga – 18, Tai Chi – 5;
Zumba – 6, “Get Paid to Talk” – an Introduction to Voice Overs – 10, W.O.W – Woman of Words
Workshop – 10, Edith’s Tourney – Adult Division – 20, Adult Softball League – 10 teams =
approximately 180 players, Water Aerobics (summer) – varied, “Muscle Mommies” – 4, Walking
Program – 10.
Family Special Events/Trips: Father – Daughter Spring Fling Dance – 46, Moultonborough Pathway
Road Race – held in conjunction with the Moultonborough Pathway Association – 70 + 20+ volunteers,
Annual Halloween Party – 275+ (children and adults), Family Water Carnival – 60+, Family Skating
Party (cancelled due to weather), Globetrotters Trip – 41, Turn off the TV Night – 5 Families. In addition,
the Recreation Dept. budget funds the July 4th parade, town-wide barbecue, Moultonborough’s portion of
the fireworks in Center Harbor and holiday lighting.
Teens and “Tweens”: After School Recreation Drop-In Program 45, average daily attendance 14,
American Red Cross “Safe on My Own” Class – 7, American Red Cross “Babysitting Course” –
7,Morbid Mountain Halloween Trip – 42, Snow Tubing/Swimming trip – 13,Smitty’s Trip – 26, Ski Trip
– cancelled.
Summer Programs:“Hot and Happy” – 10, Happy Campers Day Camp – 80,RECking Crew Day Camp –
122, Teen Adventure – 69, Tennis Lessons – 17, Swimming lessons – 70, Adapted Swim Lessons –7,
“Winnie Minnows” – 8, Speedy Swimmers – 5, Children’s Stage Adventures – 22. We also hosted
Challenger Soccer camps including “First Kicks” for children ages 2-5.
Youth Sports Programs/Events:Basketball – 128, T-Ball – 27, Softball 50 (Moultonborough children
play baseball as part of the Lakes Region Cal Ripken Baseball League now separate from the Recreation
Dept. therefore baseball numbers are not reported here.), Soccer – 128, Volleyball – 17, Hershey Track
and Field – 24, Junior Division Edith’s Tourney – 3,“Nutty November” – (approximately) 40 (adults and
children),Pitch, Hit and Run Competition – 33, youth sport clinics – numbers vary.
Other Activities/lessons for children/youth:Kids Night Out -19, Skating Lessons – 23, Winter Bingo –
17, Greetings from the North Pole – 60, CATCH – 16, Kids on Stage – 8, “Artventures” – 4 (held during
adult Zumba time for the convenience of parents); Kidzercize – 15; Karate – 8, “Winter Days” – held in
cooperation and conjunction with the Moultonborough Central School – over 200.
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Recreation Advisory Board: The Recreation Advisory Board functions as a bridge between the
community and the recreation dept. Appreciation for their time and commitment goes to board members
Al Hume, Carla Taylor, Chris Shipp, Celeste Burns, Harry Blood and Morgan Gillis. The Recreation
Advisory Board meets the second Monday of the month at 7:00 PM at the Moultonborough Recreation
Dept.
Recreation Facilities: All Moultonborough Recreation Facilities – The Community Center,
Moultonborough Recreation Area on Playground Drive, including baseball and soccer fields, ice rink,
tennis courts, basketball court and play areas, Long Island Beach, The Point at Long Island and the
Moultonborough Pathway are all well used. States Landing Beach sees less use than its counterpart and
guards are not assigned at that swimming area. Addressing the challenges to that area and the future of the
facility are on the Rec. Dept.’s priority for the coming years. We look forward to working with Public
Works and the Pathway Committee on Phase II corrections, and with other town agencies, committees
and staff on other recreation facility improvements.
Committees and Collaborations: The Moultonborough Recreation Dept. continues to collaborate with
other town departments, various organizations and staff serves on various committees including but not
limited to: The Community Services Team, Moultonborough Taking Action, Moultonborough Pathway
Association and Moultonborough Wellness Committee.
Moultonborough Recreation personnel continue to maintain professional certifications and respond to the
expectation of excellence and regularly attend workshops and trainings in order to offer the best in
recreation services and stay current on standards, requirements, trends and issues in the recreation
profession. The Recreation staff is active in the parks and recreation movement at the state, regional and
national level.
Appreciation: Thanks to our well over 100 volunteers who serve on boards, committees, coach, officiate,
chaperone, supervise, instruct and help maintain facilities. Thanks to the Fire Dept. for foaming our fields
and other assistance - to the Police Dept. for much assistance during the year; to the Public Works Dept.
especially to Denny and Andy; to the Moultonborough Library, Visiting Nurse Service and Human
Service Dept., Moultonborough-Sandwich Meals program for co-operative adult/senior programming
efforts. A very special thanks to Moultonborough Schools and their personnel for many co-operative
efforts, a strong town-school relationship and for use of their facilities. Thanks too to local businesses and
organizations that sponsor our teams and events, to the Board of Selectmen for their support and
recognition of the very important role that municipal recreation plays in our community’s health. Thanks
go to our very energetic seasonal and part time staff members.
Changes and Thanks: The Recreation Dept. faced some big changes this year. In August, Recreation
Activities Assistant, Kaitlin Sampson left her position to explore other career opportunities, and in
December Assistant Recreation Director, Hilary Bride left her position and NH for a great career
advancement and her “dream job” in Virginia. Thanks to both of these young women for the incredible
enthusiasm and dedication they brought to our department and community. Their contributions were
many and they are both missed. A special thanks to Administrative Assistant Donna Tatro and Dan
Sturgeon, serving as a recreation assistant, for stepping up in a very big way to ensure the department’s
quality services continue.
Respectfully submitted,
Donna J. Kuethe
Recreation Director
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Moultonborough Recreation Advisory Board
Mission Statement
The mission of the Advisory Board to the Moultonborough Recreation Department is to provide the
public a standard of excellence in programs and services in a cooperative spirit that encourages
participation in recreation, sport and leisure activities, while carefully promoting and utilizing recreational
resources and facilities available in the community.
Purpose
The principal function of the Advisory Board is to serve as a communication bridge between the
Recreation Director, the Board of Selectmen and the Community and to promote programs and services to
encourage support from our community through input and participation.
2011 brought new faces to the make-up of the Recreation Advisory Board. In January we thanked Jane
Fairchild, Becky Bryant and Joanne Farnham for their service. In March we welcomed Chris Shipp to
our Board and in May we welcomed Morgen Gills. In December we bid farewell to retiring Athletic
Director Harry Blood. Our current Board consists of Chair Al Hume, Vice-Chair Carla Taylor, Secretary
Celeste Burns, and members Chris Shipp and Morgen Gillis. Both of our alternate positions are currently
vacant and can be applied for on the town’s website.
Our year began with housekeeping issues as we aligned our Agendas and Minutes with the Board of
Selectmen and refreshed ourselves on the current rules to follow for those documents. Then we quickly
moved into more meaty discussions of the Blue Ribbon’s Commission’s recommendations for Recreation
Department related items. We also worked on the grievance policy and researched if we could align it
more with the Academy’s policy to allow for a more seamless transition for students.
The second half of the year included meetings with Fellow Michael Branley and discussions on both the
Afterschool and Activities Survey and the October Afterschool Report. The year ended with staffing
changes at the Recreation Department and the Board anticipates a busy 2012 while we assist with Events
that it sponsors.
The Recreation Advisory Board meets on the second Monday of the month, at 7:00p.m. at the
Community Center, and encourages those interested in Recreation Activities in Moultonborough to
attend. The RAB is committed to broadening the scope of the work we do, maintaining that recreation in
our town is for everyone, from our very youngest to our most senior residents, and the more input and
participation we have from the citizens of Moultonborough the better able we are to assist the recreation
department in implementing the best programs for all.
Respectfully Submitted,
Celeste Burns
Secretary
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Visiting Nurse Service
The Moultonborough Visiting Nurse Service (MVNS) marked 40 years in 2011. This is an opportunity to
reflect back over the past 40 years and consider the many changes and challenges MVNS has faced.
During the beginning and early years of providing home care service to this community, a nurse was
available on a part time basis and an office person only 6 hours a week. Children immunization clinics,
newborn home visits and care of the elderly were the focus of services delivered. After 10 years there
were greater numbers of patients and nursing visits; the need to increase the availability of a nurse
became evident so the hours were adjusted to full time. As MVNS approached 20 years it was apparent
that health care trends were changing with much shorter hospital stays and patients discharged to home
requiring a higher level of skilled care. In order to provide a more comprehensive range of skilled
services, MVNS tackled the Medicare certification process in 1993. With this certification, MVNS was
able to offer physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, medical social service and home
health aide. Due to the patients requiring visits on weekends and holidays an on-call nurse 24/7 was put
in place. It was imperative to integrate a computer system in order to perform electronic billing for the
services provided. In 2001 (30 years), Medicare Prospective Payment System arrived where home care
agencies are reimbursed for an episode of care instead of per visit rate. Here we are 40 years later with the
nurses utilizing laptops for more efficiency in documentation and to streamline the flow from admission
to reimbursement.
Since 1971, providing quality care has always been on the forefront of MVNS mission and philosophy.
The team of MVNS will work with you and your physician to establish a plan of care to assist you during
your recovery from surgery or illness. In 2011 we have made a total of 1186 with 544 nursing visits; 434
physical therapy; 36 occupational therapy; 5 speech therapy; 1 medical social service; 166 home health
aide visits. We encourage and welcome residents to visit our office for routine blood pressure screening.
MVNS participates with the other departments of the Community Service Team (CST); our biggest venue
was coordinating a very successful Community Resource Fair in June with over 30 vendors and more
than 100 people participating in the event.
The annual flu clinic saw a decrease in participation again this year with only 82 people attending the
clinic; this is likely due to the vaccine being readily available in the community at locations such as
grocery stores, department stores and pharmacies. The nurses made home visits to 55 residents who
would find it difficult to stand in line at a public clinic. A total of 197 flu shots were given this year. The
MVNS will be evaluating plans for flu season 2012. Thank you to the many volunteers, Police, Fire and
Highway departments for your assistance during this public event. A special thank you to the National
Honor Society for their assistance.
It is imperative staff stay current in health care as treatments, procedures and regulations frequently
change. The staff stays up to date with these changes by attending training and educational programs
with a focus this year on i.e. IV Infusion Therapy, Advanced Wound Care; OASIS (assessment tool); and
documentation.
In December, MVNS had an unannounced inspection by the N.H. Department of Health & Human
Services. The inspection is made to ensure compliance with State and Medicare regulations. This survey
included interviewing the staff of MVNS to identify there are processes in place which demonstrate
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adequate communication between staff regarding patient care, patient progress toward goals and plans for
discharge from home care. The surveyors also conducted medical record review to ensure documentation
reflects services provided by MVNS were as ordered by the patient physician. A surveyor made a home
visit with a nurse to observe the care provided to the patient. I am proud to report that MVNS was found
to have no deficiencies.
It was a busy holiday season with MVNS purchasing boots and coats for 78 children. This was made
possible by the donations provided by local organizations, churches and townspeople. Sincere thanks and
appreciation to all of you for your efforts and generous contributions to this much needed cause. A
special thank you to the volunteers of the Board of Directors for their assistance with the holiday
shopping.
I would like to recognize the dedicated and professional staffs who work diligently to provide quality
home care to this community: Jeri King, RN; Cecile Andrews, RN; Nancy Gallagher, RN; Vicki
Holland, RN; and Stephanie Pigott, Office Manager. MVNS welcomes Nicole Hoyt, RN as a Per Diem
nurse to assist with coverage on weekends, holidays and when the census requires.
I extend thanks and appreciation to the Board of Directors for your guidance and support to MVNS. I
would like to welcome Dianne Davis as our new board member. Dianne returns after having been on the
Board of Directors for many years in the past.
The Board of Directors is saddened by the loss of Board member Audrey Hull, RN; she was a
compassionate and enthusiastic member; she enjoyed volunteering at the annual flu clinic and shopping
for the children at the holidays. Audrey will truly be missed. I would like to recognize her many years of
dedication to MVNS.
Respectfully submitted,
Debra Peaslee, RN
Director
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Moultonborough Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Coalition
2011 was another busy year for the coalition. Aside from our mission to make Mental Health Services
accessible to residents of the Town, we were able to continue to spread the word around the state as to our
prevention efforts.
It should be noted that the Coalition was honored to be awarded the Unity Award at the State Suicide
Prevention Conference May 10th. We continue to work closely with our partners at Northern Human
Services, Lakes Region General Hospital, Starting Points as well as reaching out to make further
connections.
We urge anyone with an interest or curiosity to attend our open meetings which are typically held the
second Wednesday of the month @ 4:00 at our Town Library.
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Joint Loss Management Committee
This committee is a type of safety committee and is a cooperative effort involving representatives from
management and the employees working together to control workplace hazards. This relationship allows
the employees who are most familiar with a work task input regarding safeguards instituted in the work
environment. This committee is required by RSA 281-A:64. The committee is tasked with:
•
•
•
•
•
Assigning a person in each department that is knowledgeable of site specific safety requirements
and be accountable for their implementation and adherence.
Providing for health and safety inspections at least annually for hazard identification purposes.
Performance of audits at least annually regarding the inspection findings.
Communication of identified hazards, with recommended control measures, to the person(s) most
able to implement controls.
Assist with the identification of necessary safety and health training for employees; and assist
with the identification and definition of temporary, alternate tasks.
With the approval of the Select Board, the committee held safety training in December at the Public
Safety Building. 32 employees from 8 different departments attended a two topic training session on
Slips, Trips and Falls and Winter Safety. The classes were presented by Tim Parsons of the NH Local
Government Center and by Road Agent Kinmond and Fire Chief Bengtson.
The JLMC would like to thank Kaitlin Sampson for her service to the committee and the Town.
Committee members are:
David Bengtson, Chairman
Ken Filpula, Vice Chairman
Wallace (Andy) Daigneau
Scott Greenwood
Scott Fulton
Jeri King
Scott Kinmond
Kaitlin Sampson
Fire Department
Waste Management Division
Facility & Grounds
Waste Management Division
Police Department
Visiting Nurses
Highway Agent
Recreation Department
Road Agent Scott Kinmond presenting at the Fall Employee Safety Training Session
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Library Director’s Report
2011 was another busy year at the library. We added 1,458 new books and 469 audio-visual materials to
the collection. In March we upgraded our Circulation System so our catalog would be available online.
With this upgrade patrons can check their accounts and reserve materials from their own computers.
Some year-end statistics: We checked out 82,196 items. 536 new patrons signed up for library cards. Our
14 high-speed internet access computers were used more than 8,000 times. We borrowed 1,404 items for
our patrons from other NH libraries and in return lent those libraries 907 items. Our patrons downloaded
985 books (audio or ebooks) through our website.
Free or discounted passes to local museums and attractions were used by 274 patrons. (Thanks to the
Friends of the Library for underwriting these popular passes.)
1,519 people attended 80 programs for adults throughout the year. Programs included lecturers from the
UNH Speakers Bureau and the NH Humanities Council, and a series of computer workshops taught by
the exceptional Kyle Libby. We offered presentations on Yankee humor, Constitutional history, herbal
remedies, cupcake decorating, hiking in NH, the Founding Fathers, Covered Bridges, and Irish and folk
music. We co-sponsored several successful programs with the Moultonborough Historical Society and
with the Recreation Department.
Our Program Room was used 208 times by non-profit groups with 4,404 participants. A Stitch and Chat
Group met every Friday morning. Volunteers from AARP again helped a great many income-qualified
local citizens file their tax returns. Priscilla Burlingham continued to organize a special Evening of Poetry
on the first Tuesday of every month. We also hosted a year-round bridge group and mahjong group in the
summer months.
The 4th of July Book Sale was, as usual, extremely successful. Jane and Mary Rice lead a great group of
volunteers to sell thousands of books to hundreds of happy readers while raising money for special library
projects.
The Friends of the Library celebrated their 25th anniversary. This dedicated organization continues to
provide wonderful support for the library. Their Fall Book and Author Luncheon at the Castle in the
Clouds was tremendously successful. In August dozens of library patrons enjoyed their First Annual
“Dip-In” Contest. (Friends and staff members brought in their favorite dip to share and patrons voted for
their favorite.) The Friends also sponsor very popular book discussions in the spring and fall.
We are very fortunate to have such terrific support from volunteers, patrons, Friends and the residents of
Moultonborough. Thank you to all those who contribute in so many ways to make the Library such an
important part of the community.
Respectfully submitted,
Nancy McCue
Library Director
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Children’s Programs
The theme for 2011’s One Book/One Community was sled dogs. We read sledding adventure stories by
Gary Paulsen and Scott O’Dell and heard Pam Flowers from Alaska tell of her 2500 mile trek across the
Arctic alone with her 8 dogs. Youngsters were able to meet local “Chinook” dogs and their own school
nurse’s Siberian husky team. We had crafts, a winter hike and movies that all tied into this theme. It
involved a lot of volunteers from the school and community and ended with a potluck supper of great
“trail” food.
The Summer Reading Program “One World, Many Stories” featured weekly crafts and story times.
There were performances by Odds Bodkin and magician Norman Ng. We got up close and personal with
some really unusual creatures from Reptiles on the Move and giggled at the antics of Lindsay and her
puppets. It culminated with our annual ice cream party featuring singer, Paul Warnick. Over 250
youngsters participated and won super prizes for their reading. We appreciate the generosity of
Storyland, Funspot, Pirate’s Cove, White Lake Speedway, York’s Animal Kingdom, Canobie Lake Park,
and especially Dewey’s Ice Cream in Center Harbor. Our 21 “Junior Friends” were extremely helpful as
well.
For seasonal events we listened to scary stories by Simon Brook, jingled bells with Paul Warnick and
Moultonborough’s own Santa (aka Dennis King), We decorated rocks, turkeys, valentines, eggs, May
baskets and gingerbread houses. We had a float in the 4th of July parade, hunted Easter eggs and a
groundhog, danced around the May Pole and played Quidditch to celebrate Harry Potter’s birthday! At
our Read-a-Thons we manage to consume a large amount of pizza, ice cream and good books. All
together throughout the year we had 135 programs for children with 2,199 in attendance.
We thank the Friends of the Library for helping to finance so many of these programs and the good folks
who volunteer their time.
For photos of these events and
www.moultonboroughlibrary.org.
to
check
on
Respectfully submitted,
Judi Knowles
Children’s Librarian
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Moultonborough Public Library
Total Budget 2011
Operating Budget:
Income:
Bank Interest
Town Budget
Total Income
$
6.90
89,480.00
$89,486.90
Expenses:
Books, Newspapers, Magazines
Cleaning
Computer Support
Encumbered (chimney repair)
Maintenance
Media (DVDs, CDs)
Miscellaneous
Office Expenses
Professional
Programs
Small Equipment
Utilities: Electricity
Heating Oil
Telephone
$16,211.15
8,420.00
1,567.66
3,000.00
19,626.63
5,711.12
1,083.79
4,501.82
1,255.98
5,269.67
521.44
9,103.55
7,379.33
2,506.71
Total Expenses:
$86,158.85
Balance December 31, 2011
$3,328.05
Total Salaries (including longevity)
Total Benefits
Total Operating Budget
$234,994.94
103,431.71
89,480.00
Total Expenses of Library
$427,906.65
Respectfully submitted,
Barbara W Sheppard
Trustee/Treasurer
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04/11/2011
04/27/2011
05/24/2011
06/01/2011
06/29/2011
07/02/2011
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07/10/2011
07/12/2011
07/22/2011
09/27/2011
09/27/2011
09/28/2011
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BLIZNIK, STEVEN
TROMBLY, BRENT
LESH-CHEVALLIER, DONALD
GARGONE, DAVID
ABBOTT JR, ARTHUR
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WHITNEY, JONATHAN
MCLAUGHLIN JR, MICHAEL
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Respectfully submitted,
Barbara E. Wakefield
NHCTC Certified Town Clerk
I hereby certify that the above return is correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.
These records are generated through the State of New Hampshire and forwarded to the resident's town.
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ULM, OLIVIA GRACE
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BLIZNIK, COOPER EVERETT
TROMBLY, COLT MASON
LESH-CHEVALLIER, RYAN SYLAS
GARGONE, ISLA BELLE
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ULM, REBECCA
CREELMAN, HEATHER
BLIZNIK, LINDSAY
TROMBLY, DAWN
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BLACKADAR, SARAH B
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The Town clerk's office processed 26 resident and non-resident marriages in 2011. The above list is entered into the town report upon request of
the applicant.
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NHCTC Certified Town Clerk
DOIRON, CHERYL
01/03/11
LACONIA
STRONACH, CLIFF
PATTERSON, CHRISTOPHER
01/27/11
MOULTONBOROUGH
PATTERSON, BRADLEY
LEWIS, MARY
02/12/11
MOULTONBOROUGH
DUNNE, ROBERT
CASTALDO, ELAINE
02/16/11
MOULTONBOROUGH
CAPOLUPO, JOHN
HULL, MARION
03/02/11
LACONIA
MARQUARDT, ADRIAN
JOHNSON, PATTI-ANN
03/06/11
PLYMOUTH
MAITLAND, JOHN
ANDREWS, FRANCISKA
03/13/11
CONCORD
HANDY, ROY
MOFFITT, DOROTHY
03/15/11
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RAPP, FRANK
MURPHY, JOHN
03/17/11
MEREDITH
MURPHY SR, JOHN
MORGAN, MICHAEL
03/31/11
LACONIA
MORGAN, LAWRENCE
CLIFFORD, BEVERLY
04/06/11
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AVERY, ROLAND
WILSON, JAMES
04/07/11
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WILSON, JAMES
WEEKS, MARY
04/10/11
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LANDRY, HENRY
MACDONALD, MARILYN
04/14/11
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GEBHARDT, CARL
POLITO, INGEBORG
04/21/11
LACONIA
HOMMANN, UNKNOWN
CLIFFORD, MARTIN
05/17/11
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CLIFFORD, ROLAND
HULL, AUDREY
05/18/11
LACONIA
CHASE, LESLIE
WHITE, DAVID
05/20/11
MANCHESTER
WHITE, DONALD
SPENCER, EDITH
06/05/11
MOULTONBOROUGH
WHELAN, THOMAS
ELLIOTT, ADELAIDE
06/15/11
MEREDITH
ROWE SR, ARTHUR
LIVELY, GLENDA
06/17/11
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GILLOOLY, GEORGE
BLACKBURN, GORDON
06/17/11
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BLACKBURN, HAROLD
POCOCK, LYNDOL
06/23/11
MEREDITH
POCOCK, HAROLD
GRAVALESE, ELIZABETH
07/06/11
WOLFEBORO
JOHNSON, KEITH
KING JR, WILLIAM
07/13/11
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KING, WILLIAM
ROOKS, WILLIAM
07/16/11
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ROOKS II, EUGENE
COSTELLO, GEORGE
07/17/11
WOLFEBORO
COSTELLO, GEORGE
AUSTIN, WILBUR
08/27/11
MEREDITH
AUSTIN, THOMAS
BORRIN, MELVIN
09/08/11
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BORRIN, JULIUS
BETZ JR, STEPHEN
09/08/11
LEBANON
BETZ SR, STEPHEN
HILLER, CAROLE
09/23/11
MOULTONBOROUGH
CLARK, WILLIAM
HEALEY, SANDRA
10/14/11
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HEALEY, DONALD
DAVIS, RICHARD
11/17/11
MOULTONBOROUGH
DAVIS, RICHARD
CARLSON, WALTER
12/03/11
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CARLSON, WALTER
I hereby certify that the above return is correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.
These records are generated through the State of New Hampshire and forwarded to the resident's town at the time of death.
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RYE, DOROTHY
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Town of Moultonborough
Hours of Operation
Administration Office Hours
Monday thru Friday
7:30 am – 4:00 pm
Town Clerk Office Hours
Monday thru Friday
9:00 am – 12:00 pm
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Tax Collector Office Hours
Monday thru Friday
9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Transfer Station Facility Hours
Sunday
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Mon., Tue., Fri. & Sat.
8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Closed Wed., Thurs. & most legal Holidays
Library Hours
Monday thru Thursday
Friday
Saturday
10:00 am – 8:00 pm
10:00 am – 5:00 pm
10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Scheduled Public Meetings
Selectmen’s Business Sessions
1st, 3rd & 5th Thursday
7:00 pm
Planning Board Meetings
2nd & 4th Wednesday
7:00 pm
Zoning Board of Adjustment
1st & 3rd Wednesday
7:30 pm
Conservation Commission
st
1 Monday
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7:00 pm
Notes
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Notes
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PUBLIC NOTICE
Town of Moultonborough, New Hampshire
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: Pursuant to New Hampshire Revised Statutes Annotated 674:
39-aa Restoration of Involuntary Merged Lots.
Pursuant to Section VI of this statute, Town residents are hereby notified: “Lots or parcels that
were involuntarily merged prior to September 18, 2010 by a city, town, county, village district,
or any other municipality, shall at the request of the owner, be restored to their pre-merger
status and all zoning and tax maps shall be updated to identify the pre-merger boundaries of said
lots or parcels as recorded at the appropriate registry of deeds, provided:
a. The request is submitted to the governing body (Board of Selectmen) prior to December
31, 2016.
b. No owner in the chain of title voluntarily merged his or her lots…”
The complete text of this statute is available for inspection at the following locations:
1. Moultonborough Public Library at the Reference Desk;
2. Moultonborough Town Hall at the Office of Development Services;
Interested parties are invited to contact the Office of Development Services relative to the
process for filing a claim under this statute.
DATE OF POSTING (Town Hall and Public Library): December 16, 2011
POSTING TO REMAIN THROUGH TO DECEMBER 31, 2016
Publication of this notice shall be included in each of the town’s annual reports from 2011 to
2015.
MOULTONBOROUGH
2011
MOULTONBOROUGH
MOULTONBOROUGH
2011
2011
ANNUAL
REPORT
ANNUAL
ANNUAL
REPORT
REPORT
TOWN
MOULTONBOROUGH
TOWN
TOWN
OFOF
MOULTONBOROUGH
OF
MOULTONBOROUGH
PHONE
NUMBERS
PHONE
PHONE
NUMBERS
NUMBERS
TOWN HALL
TOWN TOWN
HALL HALL
EMERGENCY 911
EMERGENCY
EMERGENCY
911
911
Administration ...................................... 476-2347 Police ..................................... 476-2400, 476-2305
Administration
Administration
......................................
......................................
476-2347476-2347
Police .....................................
Police .....................................
476-2400,476-2400,
476-2305476-2305
Town Administrator ........................... 476-2347 Fire Station (burn permits) ................. 476-5658
Town Administrator
Town Administrator
...........................
...........................
476-2347476-2347
Fire Station
Fire(burn
Station
permits)
(burn.................
permits) 476-5658
................. 476-5658
Town Assessor ...................................... 476-2347
Town Assessor
Town Assessor
......................................
......................................
476-2347476-2347Sheriff ’s Department ............... 1-800-552-8960
Town Clerk ............................................ 476-2347
Sheriff ’s Department
Sheriff ’s Department
............... 1-800-552-8960
............... 1-800-552-8960
Town Clerk
Town
............................................
Clerk ............................................
476-2347476-2347
Tax Collector ........................................ 476-2347
State Police – Troop E ........................ 323-8112
Tax Collector
Tax Collector
........................................
........................................
476-2347476-2347
State Police
State
– Troop
Police E– ........................
Troop E ........................
323-8112323-8112
Land Use Boards ................................. 476-2347
Senior
Meals
Program
.........................
476-5110
Land UseLand
Boards
Use.................................
Boards .................................
476-2347476-2347
Senior Meals
Senior
Program
Meals Program
.........................
.........................
476-5110 476-5110
Code & Health Department ........... 476-2347
Code & Health
Code &Department
Health Department
........... 476-2347
........... 476-2347Poison Information Center ................ 643-4000
Human Services ................................... 476-2347
Poison Information
Poison Information
Center ................
Center 643-4000
................ 643-4000
Human Services
Human ...................................
Services ...................................
476-2347476-2347
Library ..................................................... 476-8895 Lake Patrol .............................................. 293-2037
Library .....................................................
Library .....................................................
476-8895476-8895
Lake Patrol
Lake
..............................................
Patrol ..............................................
293-2037293-2037
Recreation Department ..................... 476-8868 Lakes Region General Hospital
Recreation
Recreation
Department
Department
.....................
.....................
476-8868476-8868
Lakes Region
LakesGeneral
RegionHospital
General Hospital
Public Works – Road Agent ............ 253-7445
Public Works
Public
– Road
WorksAgent
– Road
............
Agent
253-7445
............ 253-7445
(Laconia) ...... 524-3211
Visiting Nurses ...................................... 476-2350
(Laconia)
(Laconia)
...... 524-3211
...... 524-3211
Visiting Nurses
Visiting......................................
Nurses ......................................
476-2350476-2350
Waste Management Facility ............ 476-8800 Huggins Hospital (Wolfeboro) ......... 569-2150
Waste Management
Waste Management
Facility ............
Facility
476-8800
............ 476-8800
Huggins Hospital
Huggins (Wolfeboro)
Hospital (Wolfeboro)
......... 569-2150
......... 569-2150
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Selectmen’s Meetings
Selectmen’s
Selectmen’s
MeetingsMeetings
1st & 3rd & 5th Thursday (Business) at 7p.m.; 4th Thursday (Workshop) at 4p.m.
1st & 3rd1st
& 5th
& 3rd
Thursday
& 5th Thursday
(Business)(Business)
at 7p.m.; at
4th7p.m.;
Thursday
4th Thursday
(Workshop)
(Workshop)
at 4p.m. at 4p.m.
Meeting Room at Town Hall
Meeting Room
Meeting
at Room
Town Hall
at Town Hall
Town Hall Hours
Town Hall
Town
Hours
Hall Hours
Monday thru Friday 7:30a.m. – 4p.m.
Monday thru
Monday
Friday
thru
7:30a.m.
Friday –7:30a.m.
4p.m. – 4p.m.
Town Clerk’s Office Hours
Town Clerk’s
Town Office
Clerk’sHours
Office Hours
Monday thru Friday 9a.m. – 12p.m. & 1p.m. – 4p.m.
Monday thru
Monday
Friday
thru
9a.m.
Friday
– 12p.m.
9a.m. &
– 12p.m.
1p.m. –&4p.m.
1p.m. – 4p.m.
Tax Collector’s Office Hours
TaxMonday
Collector’s
Taxthru
Collector’s
Office
Hours
Office Hours
Friday 9a.m.– 4p.m.
Monday thru
Monday
Friday
thru
9a.m.–
Friday
4p.m.
9a.m.– 4p.m.
Zoning Board & Planning Board Meetings
Zoning
Board
Zoning&Board
Planning
& Planning
Board Meetings
Board Meetings
Zoning Board 1st & 3rd Wed. at 7:30p.m., Planning Board 2nd & 4th Wed. at 7:00p.m.
Zoning Board
Zoning
1stBoard
& 3rd1st
Wed.
& 3rd
at 7:30p.m.,
Wed. at 7:30p.m.,
Planning Planning
Board 2nd
Board
& 4th2nd
Wed.
& 4th
at 7:00p.m.
Wed. at 7:00p.m.
Meeting Room at Town Hall
Meeting Room
Meeting
at Room
Town Hall
at Town Hall
Conservation Commission
Conservation
Conservation
Commission
Commission
1st Monday of every month at 7p.m.
1st Monday
1st of
Monday
every month
of everyatmonth
7p.m. at 7p.m.
Meeting Room at Town Hall
Meeting Room
Meeting
at Room
Town Hall
at Town Hall
Waste Management Facility Hours
Waste
Management
Waste Management
Facility Hours
Facility Hours
Sunday 1p.m. – 5p.m.; Mon., Tues., Fri., Sat. 8:30a.m. – 5p.m.
Sunday 1p.m.
Sunday
– 5p.m.;
1p.m.Mon.,
– 5p.m.;
Tues.,
Mon.,
Fri.,Tues.,
Sat. 8:30a.m.
Fri., Sat. –8:30a.m.
5p.m. – 5p.m.
Closed: Wednesdays, Thursdays & Holidays
Closed: Wednesdays,
Closed: Wednesdays,
Thursdays
Thursdays
& Holidays
& Holidays
Library Hours
Library Hours
Library Hours
Mon. thru Thurs. 10a.m. – 8p.m.; Fri. 10a.m. – 5p.m.; Sat. 10a.m. – 2p.m.
Mon. thruMon.
Thurs.
thru
10a.m.
Thurs.
– 8p.m.;
10a.m.Fri.
– 8p.m.;
10a.m.Fri.
– 5p.m.;
10a.m.Sat.
– 5p.m.;
10a.m.
Sat.
– 2p.m.
10a.m. – 2p.m.
Web Address
Web Address
Web Address
http://www.moultonboroughnh.gov
http://www.moultonboroughnh.gov
http://www.moultonboroughnh.gov
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