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352.07 

1977 





Annual Reports of 

RICHMOND 

New Hampshire 

For the Year Ending December 31, 1977 



University of 

JlewHampshire 

library 



•3^2.07 



INDEX 

Town Officers 2 

Warrant 4 

Budget 9 

Town Meeting Results 11 

Statement of Appropriations and Taxes Assessed 15 

Summary of Taxable Property 16 

Estimated and Actual Revenue 17 

Budget Summary 17 

Balance Sheet i8 

Treasurer's Report 18 

Matching Funds Special Checking Account 20 

Yield Tax Account 20 

Report of Trust Funds 21 

Comparative Statement 22 

Tax Collector's Report 24 

Uncollected Taxes 26 

Summary of Long Term Notes 28 

Timber Yield Tax 29 

Auditor's Report ' 30 

Town Clerk's Report 32 

Summary of Payments 33 

Details of Payment s 34 

Selectmen's Report 45 

Librarian's Report ' 46 

Richmond Public Library Trustees 47 

Library Trustees Finance Report 48 

Library Accounts 50 

Fire Chief's Report 51 

Bicentennial Commission 52 

Planning Board 54 

Recreation Committee Report 55 

Cemetery Committee 56 

Conservation Commission 57 

Resident List 61 

Health Officer's Report , 65 

Dog List 66 

Vital Statistics 67 

Resident Taxes 69 

Property Owned by Town ; 72 

Assessing 73 

Resident Inventory 74 

Non-Resident Inventorv 83 



PRINTED BY CANDLELIGHT, KEENE, N. H. 



TOWN OFFICERS FOR 1977 

MODERATOR 

Theodore Aldrich (1978) 
SUPERVISORS OF THE CHECKLIST 

Ruby Austin, Chairman ( 1980) Harold J. Dickinson ( 1978) 

Jennie B. Bennett (1982) 

TREASURER 

Jennie B. Bennett (1978) 

BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

Leland B. Robbins, Chairman ( 1978) Charles Gilman ( 1979) 

Dana Taylor (1980) 

TAX COLLECTOR 

Dorothy J. Robbins (1978) 

TOWN CLERK 

Dorothy J. Robbins (1978) 

HIGHWAY AGENT 

Leonard Davis (1978) 

TRUSTEE OF TRUST FUNDS 

Judith Dodier (1978) 

LIBRARY TRUSTEES 

Joseph Thibodeau, Chiarman (1978) 

Alfred L. Faust ( 1979) resigned 1977 Regina Suderman ( 1980) 

C. Richard Webber (1978) 

LIBRARIAN 

Edith W. Atkins 

SUPERINTENDENT OF CEMETERIES 

Francis Jillson ( 1978) 

FIRE CHIEF 

Robert Van Brocklin 

POLICE DEPARTMENT 

Lawrence Sweeney, Chief Robert VanBrocklin, Captain 

Guy Packard, Officer Jeffrey Taylor, Officer, Resigned 

Richard Bigda, Officer Evert Quintard, Special Officer 

OVERSEER OF THE POOR 

The Selectmen 

AUDITORS 

Arnold B. Conway Evelyn T. Conway 

HEALTH OFFICER 
Peter Whittemore 



CIVIL DEFENSE DIRECTOR 

Charles Coy 
PLANNING BOARD 

Joan Quintard, Chairman ( 1981 ) Betty Wicks, Secretary ( 1978) 
George Blais ( 1980) Jerald Merrifield ( 1981 ) 

Harry Bennett ( 1982 ) Brian Mahoney ( 1978) 

Dana A. Taylor (1978) 
BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 

Evert Quintard, Chairman (1979) 
Donald Parsells, Secretary ( 1981 ) Stillman Rogers ( 1982) 

Franklin Morse ( 1978) Leonard Davis ( 1980) 

CONSERVATION COMMISSION 
Harry Bennett, Chairman (1980) 
Norman Tandy ( 1978 ) Jeffrey Taylor ( 1978 ) 

Evert Quintard ( 1979) Stewart James ( 1980) 

BEACH COMMITTEE 

Gordon Hawley, Chairman (1978) 

Philip Dodier ( 1979 ) Robert Packard ( 1979 ) 

John Hillock ( 1980) Timothy Brewer ( 1978) 

Rodney Randall ( 1978) Roger Carrier ( 1980) 

RECREATION COMMITTEE 

Mary Taylor, Chairman (1979) 

Helen Blais ( 1978) Susanne Whittemore ( 1980) 

Patricia Webber ( 1977) Sue Brewer ( 1978) 

Dale Randall ( 1979) Jean Ahlberg ( 1979) 

CEMETERY COMMITTEE 

Jane Jilson, Chairman (1980) 

Harry Bennett ( 1978) Valma E. Davis ( 1979) 

BICENTENNIAL COMMISSION 

Norma Thibodeau, Chairman (1978) 

Dorothy Robbins ( 1978) Sylvia VanBrocklin ( 1978) 

Harold Dickinson ( 1978) Jennie B. Bennett ( 1978) 

Edith Atkins ( 1978) Christine Blais ( 1978) 

Stewart James ( 1978) Richard Boutwell ( 1978) 

MONADNOCK REGIONAL SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER 

Sheila Foote 

WINCHESTER VISITING NURSE BOARD MEMBERS 

Judith Gilman Johanne Thompson 

S.W.N.H. REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION MEMBERS 

Brian Mahoney William Pearsall 



THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

To the Inhabitants of the Town of Richmond in the County of 
Cheshire in said State, qualified to vote in Town Affairs: The 
polls will be open from 2:30 P.M. to 7:30 P.M. to vote by ballot for 
Town Officers. Polls will also be open during Town Meeting. 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Veteran's Hall in said 
Richmond on Tuesday, the 14th day of March, next at 7:30 P.M. 
of the clock in the Evening to act upon the following subjects: 

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

2. To vote, by ballot, to accept the proposed 1978 revision of the 
Richmond Zoning Ordinance in accordance with the Statutes 
of the State of New Hampshire. 

3. To see if the Town will vote to purchase a Fire Truck, the price 
thereof not to exceed thirty-six thousand (36,000) dollars; said 
purchase to be financed through the issuance of notes; and to 
authorize the Selectmen to issue and negotiate such notes and 
determine the time and place of payment thereof under such 
terms and conditions as they deem to be in the best interest of 
the Town. (By Ballot) 

4. To see if the Town will vote to elect the Planning Board in ac- 
cordance with RSA 36:4 (Supplemental) (Petitioned to appear 
on the ballot.) 

5. Shall we adopt the provisions of RSA 72:43-B and 43-C for Ex- 
panded Exemptions on Real Estate which provides for a 
resident 65 years of age up to 75, a $5,000 exemption; a 
resident of 75 years of age up to 80, a $10,000 exemption; a 
resident 80 years of age or older, a $20,000 exemption. 
Provided that the resident owns the real estate individually or 
jointly with another or his spouse with whom he has been 
living for at least 5 years as man and wife; said resident had a 
net income of less than $7,000 or combined income with spouse 
of less than $9,000; and owns assets of any kind, tangible or in- 
tangible, less bona fide encumbrances, not in excess of 
$50,000.00. 

If the provisions of this subdivision are adopted by a town or 
city that had not previously adopted this subdivision, the 
provisions of RSA 72:39 and 72:40 are no longer effective in that 
city or town. 

If after adoption of this subdivision as amended, a town or city 
votes to rescind such adoption, RSA 72:39 and 72:40 shall take ef- 
fect at the same time such rescission becomes effective: (By 
Ballot) 






6. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of 
money for Town Officer's Salaries, Expenses, Contingency 
Fund, and Vital Statistics. 

7. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of 
money for the Principal Interest on Long Term Notes, 
and the Interest on Short Term Notes. 

8. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of 
money for the Maintenance of the Town Hall and other 
Buildings. 

9. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of 
money for Insurance, Damages and Legal Expenses. 

10. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of 
money for Election and Registration. 

11. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of 
money for Solid Waste Disposal. 

12 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of 
money for Street Lighting. 

13. To see if the Town will vote to authorize withdrawal from the 
Revenue Sharing Fund established under the provisions of the 
State and Local Fiscal Act of 1976 as set-offs against budget 
appropriations in the amount indicated, and further to 
authorize the Selectmen to make pro-rata reductions in the 
amounts if estimates entitlements are reduced, or take any ac- 
tion thereon. 

APPROPRIATION ESTIMATES AMOUNTS 

Police Department, Entitlements 8 & 9 $4,000.00 

Fire Department, Entitlement 9 $1,500.00 

Capital Reserve, Fire Equip., Entitlement 9 $5,000.00 

14. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of 
money for the Police Department, or take any action thereon. 

15. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of 
money for the Fire Department, or take any action thereon. 

16. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of 
money for Planning and Zoning, including the Regional Plan- 
ning Commission, or take any action thereon. 

17. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of 
money for Civil Defense, or take any action thereon. 

18. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of 
money for the Health Department, including payments to the 
Winchester District Nursing Association, an Ambulance Sub- 
sidy, and the Cheshire Hospital, or take any action thereon. 



19. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of 
money for Highways and Bridges, or take any action thereon. 

20. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of 
money for Winter, Maintenance, or take any action thereon. 

21. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
$586.76 the State to contribute the sum of $3,925.07 for the 
TRA Program. 

22. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of 
money for the Library, or take any action thereon. 

23. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of 
money for Town Poor, or take any action thereon. 

24. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of 
money for Old Age Assistance, or take any action thereon. 

25. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of 
money for the Recreation Committee, or take any action 
thereon. 

26. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of 
money for the Beach Committee, or take any action thereon. 

27. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of 
money for Cemeteries, or take any action thereon. 

28. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of 
money to be placed in the Capital Reserve Fund for Fire- 
Fighting Equipment, or take any action thereon. 

29. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
$139.00 for the Monadnock Region Association, or take any ac- 
tion thereon. 

30. To see if the Town will vote to riase and appropriate a sum of 
money for the Meadowood County Area Fire Department, or 
take any action thereon. 

31. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of 
money for the development of Recreational Facilities, or take 
any action thereon. 

32. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of 
money for the Monadnock Family and Mental Health Service, 
or take any action thereon. 

33. To see if the Town will vote to establish a Matching Fund Ac- 
count, funded by Town appropriation and carried as a seperate 
account, and to raise and appropriate $300.00 to place in this 
fund, or take any action thereon. 

34. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of 
money for the purchase of emergency medical supplies for use 
by the Fire Dept. not to exceed $100.00 or take any action 
thereon. (By Petition) 



35. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of 
money for sanitary facilities at the Veteran's Memorial Hall, or 
take any action thereon. (By Petition) 

36. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of 
money for crushing gravel, or take any action thereon. (By 
Petition) 

37. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of 
money to move the Selectmen's Office to the first floor of the 
Town Hall making the Office accessible to all the Town 
citizens, or take any action thereon. 

38. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
1,600.00 for the purchase of two (2) Scott Air-paks, and two 
(2) extra cylinders, or take any action thereon. (By Petition) 

39. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of 
money to drill a well, and install a pump to supply safe, 
drinkable water for the Firehouse, Library and Recreation 
Area, or take any action thereon. (By Petition) 

40. To see if the Town will authorize the Tax Collector to appoint a 
Deputy Tax Collector with the approval of the Selectmen as 
described in RSA 41. 

41. To see if the Town will vote to accept $200.00 in trust for the 
Nettie Hood Stone Cemetery Lot located in Middletown 
Cemetery, the income to be used for the perpetual care and 
maintenance of the same, and known as the Nettie Hood Stone 
Trust Fund. 

42. To see if the Town will vote to empower the Selectmen to seek 
historical recognition of the Richmond Town Hall to the 
National Register of Historic Places. (By Petition) 

43. To see if the Town will vote to see that a message be sent to 
the General Court urging the Court to pass legislation that 
would oppose the practice of Construction Work in Progress 
(CWIP) as a device for Public Service of New Hampshire to 
pass in construction costs to the consumer in the form of 
higher electric rates before facilities are providing services. (By 
Petition) 

44. To see if the Town will vote to prohibit the transportation of 
nuclear fuel, waste products or other radioactive material con- 
nected with nuclear-powered plants through the Town of Rich- 
mond. (By Petition) 

45. To see if the Town will vote to prohibit the storage or disposal 
of nuclear fuel, waste products or other radioactive material 
connected with nuclear-powered plants in the Town of Rich- 
mond. (By Petition) 



46. To see if the Town will vote to restrict all future bulk power 
transmission facilities to the existing utility corridors through 
the Town, or take any action thereon. (By Petition) 

47. To see if the Town will vote to restrict the Tenneco or other 
pipelines to the existing utility corridors through the Town, or 
take any action thereon. (By Petition) 

48. To see if the Town would direct Tenneco Oil Company to locate 
their proposed pipeline upon the Public Service Right of Way. 
(By Petition) 

49. To see if the Town will vote to allow 2% discount on all 
Property Taxes paid in full within 30 days of invoice. 

50. To see if the Town will authorize the Selectmen to borrow 
money for use of the Town in anticipation of taxes. 

51. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen to sell 
Tax Deeded Property. 

52. To hear the reports of Agents, Committees, etc. heretofore 
chosen and to take any action thereon. 

53. To take any action that may legally come before this meeting. 

Given under our hands and seal, this 22nd day of February, 
in the year of our Lord nineteen hundred and seventy eight. 

Leland B. Robbins 
Charles A. Gilman 
Dana Taylor 
Selectmen of Richmond 



1977 BUDGET 



General Town Administration 

Town Officers' Salaries 
Town Officers' Expenses 
Election & Registration Expenses 
Town Hall & Other Town Buildings 
Contingency Fund 
Police Department 
Fire Department 
Insurance 
Planning & Zoning 
Damages & Legal Expense 
Civil Defense 

Health Dept. (Incl. Hospitals & Ambulance) 
Vital Statistics 

Town Dump & Garbage Removal 
Town Maintenance — Summer & Winter 
Street Lighting 
Town Road Aid 
Libraries 
Town Poor 
Old Age Assistance 
Recreation 

Public Service Enterprises 
Cemeteries 

Advertising & Regional Associations 
Principal & Long Term Notes & Bonds 
Interest — Long Term Notes & Bonds 
Interest on Temporary Loans 
Payment to Capital Reserve Funds 
Fire Equipment 

TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 
SOURCES OF REVENUE 



FROM STATE: 

Interest & Dividends Tax 

Savings Bank Tax 

Meals & Rooms Tax 

Highway Subsidy (CI. IV & V) 

Reim. A/C Business Profits Tax (Town Portion] 

FROM LOCAL SOURCES: 

Dog Licenses 

Business Licenses, Permits & Filing Fees 

Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 

Interest on Taxes & Deposits 

Income from Trust Funds 

Resident Taxes Retained 

Normal Yield Taxes Assessed 

Rent of Town Property 



1977 


1977 


1978 


Approp. 


Expended 


Budget 


3,100.00 


3,109.00 


3,400.00 


3,400.00 


3,611.00 


3,500.00 


200.00 


125.00 


400.00 


3,000.00 


1,240.00 


3,000.00 


450.00 


0.00 


450.00 


6,000.00 


5,380.00 


6,500.00 


2,400.00 


3,474.00 


3,100.00 


3.200.00 


4,866.00 


4,500.00 


486.00 


515.00 


489.00 


750.00 


1,278.00 


1,500.00 


50.00 


50.00 


150.00 


1,347.00 


1,277.00 


1,427.00 


20.00 


11.50 


20.00 


3,950.00 


3,750.00 


4,000.00 


27,000.00 


27,728.00 


41,000.00 


550.00 


493.00 


550.00 


593.00 


593.00 


586.76 


1,800.00 


1,800.00 


3,720.00 


100.00 


40.00 


500.00 


500.00 


297.00 


750.00 


1,700.00 


1,502.00 


2,210.00 


293.00 


293.00 


293.00 


500.00 


506.32 


500.00 


155.00 


155.00 


139.00 


3,000.00 


3,000.00 


3,000.00 


630.00 


630.00 


473.00 


700.00 


279.00 


700.00 


2,000.00 


2,000.00 


5,000.00 




$91,857.76 


1977 


1978 


Actual 


Estimated 


Revenue 


Revenue 


2,823.80 


2,600.00 




208.80 


200.00 


2,797.00 


2,600.00 


12,892.38 


17,900.00 


1,434.00 


1,300.00 




225.00 


225.00 




113.00 


50.00 


7,0 


5,500.00 




326.38 


300.00 




243.45 


200.00 


2,300.00 


2,300.00 


1,721.61 


2,000.00 




91.00 


100.00 



FROM FEDERAL SOURCES: 

Revenue Sharing 7,500.00 11,000.00 

TOTAL REVENUES FROM ALL SOURCES 

EXCEPT PROPERTY TAXES 46,275.00 

AMOUNT TO BE RAISED BY PROPERTY TAXES $45,582.76 

TOTAL REVENUES $91,857.76 



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TOWN MEETING RESULTS -1977 

The meeting opened with the Boy find Girl Scouts conducting 
the Salute to the flag. The Invocation was by Richard Webber. 

( 1 ) The Town voted by secret ballot for Town Officers. Elected: 
Selectman for three years, Dana A. Taylor 
Treasurer for one year, Jennie B. Bennett 
Town Clerk for one year, Dorothy J. Robbins 
Library Trustee for three years, Regina Suderman 
Trustee of Trust Funds for one year, Judith Dodier 
Cemetery Superintendent for one year, Francis Jillson 

(2) The Town voted to raise and appropriate the sum of 
$6,970.00 to cover Town Officer's Salaries, Town Officer's 
Expenses, Contingency Fund, and Vital Statistics. Motion 
Carried. 

(3) The Town voted to raise and appropriate the sum of 
$4,330.00 to cover Principle and Interest on Long Term 
Notes and Short Term Notes, Motion Carried. 

(4) The Town voted to raise and appropriate $3,000.00 for Main- 
tenence of Town Hall and Other Buildings. Motion Carried. 

(5) The Town voted to raise and appropriate $3,950.00 for In- 
surance, Damages and Legal Expenses. Motion Carried. 

(6) The Town voted to raise and appropriate the sum of $200.00 
for Election and Registration. Motion Carried. 

The Town voted to raise and appropriate the sum of 
$3,950.00 for Solid Waste Disposal. Motion Carried. 

(8) The Town voted to raise and appropriate the sum of $550.00 
for Street Lights, Motion Carried. 

(30) The Town voted to establish a Capital Reserve Fund of 
$2,000.00 for Fire Fighting Equipment for the Fire Depart- 
ment. There was a motion proposed to the floor as follows: 

Moved that the Selectmen be authorized to buy out of the 
Capital Reserve Fund, a Fire Truck to the specifications of 
the Fire Department, in the estimated amount of Twenty 
Five Thousand (25,000) Dollars to be raised as follows: 
Two Thousand Dollars (2,000.00) appropriated from 
Revenue Sharing, Three Thousand (3,000.00) raised and 
appropriated by this article, and the balance estimated as 
Twenty Thousand (20,000.00) dollars appropriated from 
Town Surplus. 

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The Moderator did not admit this Motion because the Town 

did not receive sufficient warning. Vote was taken to over 

rule Moderator's statement. 

Vote: NO - 58 YES - 28 

(9) The Town voted to authorize withdrawal from Revenue 

Sharing Funds as follows: 
Police Department $4,000.00 

Fire Department $1,500.00 

Fire Department, Capital Reserve Fund, $2,000.00 

Motion Carried. 

10) The Town voted to raise and appropriate $6,000.00 for the 
Police Department. Motion Carried. 

11) The Town voted to raise $900.00 and appropriate $2,400.00 
for the Fire Department. Motion Carried. 

12) The Town voted to raise and appropriate $200.00 for Local 
Planning and $285.60 for Regional Planning. Motion Carried. 

13) The Town voted to raise and appropriate $50.00 for Civil 
Defense. 

14) The Town voted to raise and appropriate $1,347.00 for The 
Health Department. $520.00 for Ambulance Subsidy, $177.00 
for the Cheshire Hospital, and $600.00 for the District Nur- 
sing Association, and $50.00 for Health Officer. 

15) The Town voted to raise $10,000 and appropriate $14,000 for 
Highways and Bridges. 

16) The Town voted to raise $10,000 and appropriate $13,000 for 
Winter Maintenance. 

17) The Town voted to raise and appropriate $592.55, the State 
to contribute $3,950.00 for the TRA Program. 

18) The Town voted tor raise and appropriate $1,800.00 for the 
Library, $400.00 for Salary, $600.00 for Books, and $800.00 
for Heat, Lights and Telephone. 

19) The Town voted to raise and appropriate $100.00 for the 
Town Poor. 

;20) The Town voted to raise and appropriate $500.00 for Old Age 
Assistance. 

[21) The Town voted to raise and appropriate $950.00 for the 
Recreation Department. 

[22) The Town voted to raise and appropriate $350.00 for the 
Beach Committee. 

;23) The Town voted to raise and appropriate $700.00 for 
Cemeteries, $200.00 to be spent on Trust Fund Lots and a 

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check in the same amount to be paid to the General Fund by 
the Trustee of Trust Funds at the end of the year. 

(24) The Bicentennial Commission declined to accept the ap- 
propriation this year. 

(25) The Town voted to raise and appropriate $155.00 for the 
Monadnock Regional Association. 

(26) The Town voted to raise and appropriate $100.00 for the 
Meadowood County Fire Department. 

(27) The Town voted to raise and appropriate $500.00 for 
Recreational Facilities, on the Recreational Complex. 

(28) This Article to purchase a tract of land to be used for gravel 
and sand was defeated, it was designated as the Cragin- 
Curtis Subdivision and was an 11 acre tract on the Mill Road. 
Vote was YES - 28 NO - 49. 

(29) This Article on Crushing Gravel was tabled after some dis- 
cussion. 

(30) Voted on Earlier on the Warrant. 

(31) This article to riase and appropriate a sum of money to 
provide Toilet and Septic Facilities at the Veteran's Hall was 
tabled. Vote by show of hands to table YES - 
40 NO -21. 

(32) The Town voted to raise and appropriate $193.00 for the 
Monadnock Family and Mental Health Service. 

(33) The Town voted to return to the General Fund the $71.45 
that was in the Special Cemetery Fund and not used. 

(34) The following resolution was passed and voted on to leave in 
the hands of the Library Trustees: 

Resolution: Resolved that the Town of Richmond accepts 
the Archives established through the efforts of the Bicen- 
tennial Commission and entrusts the care of said Archives 
the Richmond Library Trustees, who shall appoint an Ar- 
chivist Librarian to continue the operation of this 
repository. 

(35) This article to have the Selectmen obtain estimates of the 
cost of a drilled well to supply potable water to the Library, 
Fire Station and Recreation Complex was accepted. 

(3b) The article to see if the Town would vote to create a Town 
Fair Commission was tabled. 

(37) The Town voted to raise and appropriate $100.00 for the 
Leon Amidon Memorial Park. 

(38) The following Ordinance was voted on and decided to pass 
over it. No action was taken as it wouldn't be valid if passed. 

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Ordinance - No motorized vehicle shall be permitted on the 
ice at Sandy Pond or Cass Pond except in the event of an 
emergency or authorized by competent authority. Any per- 
son violating this Ordinance shall be subject to a fine of 
Ten (10.00) Dollars and costs per offence. 

(39) This article to see if the Town would vote to adopt as the seal 
of Richmond, the Seal of Richmond, Yorkshire, England, ad- 
ding as an heraldic difference a bend with three pine cones 
thereon, was turned over to the Selectmen to take it under 
advisement. 

(40) This article to elect the Planning Board instead of appointing 
was passed over. 

(41) through 45 was accepted and passed as one unit. 
Meeting closed 1 A.M. March 9. 

Dorothy Robbins 
Town Clerk 



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STATEMENT OF 
APPROPRIATIONS AND TAXES ASSESSED 



Town Officer's Salaries t 


5 3,100.00 




Town Officer's Expenses 


3,400.00 




Election and Registration 


200.00 




Town Hall and Other Buildings 


3,000.00 




Police Department 


6,000.00 




Fire Department 


2,400.00 




Planning and Zoning 


486.00 




Insurance 


3,200.00 




Civil Defense 


50.00 




Vital Statistics 


20.00 




Health Department, Includes Hosp. 






Nursing Assoc. Ambulance and 






Health Officer 


1,347.00 




Solid Waste Disposal 


3,950.00 




Monadnock Family & Mental Health 
TRA 


193.00 
592.55 




Street Lighting 


550.00 




Highways 






Summer Maintenance 


14,000.00 




Winter Maintenance 


13,000.00 




Libraries 


1,800.00 




Town Poor 


100.00 




Old Age Assistance 


500.00 




Recreation 


950.00 




Recreation Complex, Beach and 






Amidon Plaque 


950.00 




Cemeteries 


700.00 




Damages and Legal 


750.00 




Advertising and Regional 


155.00 




Contingency Fund 


450.00 




Principal on Long Term Note 


3,000.00 




Interest on Long Term Note 


630.00 




Interest on Short Term Note 


700.00 




Fire Fighting Equipment 






Capital Reserve 


2,000.00 




TOTAL TOWN APPROPRIATIONS 




$68,274.00 


LESS ESTIMATED 


CREDITS 




Interest and Dividends Tax 


2,823.80 




Residence Tax 


2,520.00 




Yield Tax 


1,434.67 




Interest on Delinquent Taxes 


300.00 





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Residence Tax Penalties 


25.00 




Meals and Rooms Tax 


2,797.00 




Savings Bank Tax 


208.80 




Highway Subsidy 


7,221.38 




Class V. Highway 


5,671.00 




Forest Fire Refund 


45.00 




Bounties 


12.00 




Matching Funds Fire Department 


400.00 




Dog Licenses 


225.00 




Business Licenses. Permits and 






Filing Fees 


50.00 




Rent on Town Property 


50.00 




Motor Vehicle Permits 


4,500.00 




Telephone Booth 


25.00 




Fire Company Payment, Gift 


500.00 




Revenue Sharing 


7,500.00 




Withdrawal from Capital Reserve Funds 200.00 




TOTAL TOWN REVENUE AND 


CREDITS 


$ 36,508.65 


NET TOWN APPROPRIATION 




31,765.35 


NET SCHOOL APPROPRIATION 




82,785.14 


County Tax Assessment 




11,821.89 


TOTAL TOWN, SCHOOL AND COUNTY 


$126,372.38 


Less Business Profits Tax 




1,434.00 
$124,938.38 


Plus War Service Credits 




2,350.00 


Plus Overlay 




2,189.62 


PROPERTY TAXES TO BE RAISED 


$129,478.00 


Less War Service Credits 




$ 2,350.00 


TOTAL COMMITMENT TO COLLECTOR 


$127,128.00 


Municipal .81 






County .28 






School 1.90 






TAX RATE $2.9S 


per $100. 




SUMMARY OF TAXABLE PROPERTY 


Land 


1,367,788.00 




Buildings 


2,361,160.00 




Public Utilities 


612,570.00 




Mobile Homes 


16,450.00 




GROSS VALUATIONS 




$4,357,908.00 


Less Elderly Exemptions 


22,600.00 




Less Blind Exemption 


5,000D0 





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TOTAL EXEMPTIONS 27,600.00 

Net Value on Which Tax Rate is Based $4,330,368.00 

47 Veteran's Tax Credits at $50.00 each were deducted from gross 
amount of Property Taxes or $2,350.00. 



TOWN OF RICHMOND 

Statement of Estimated and Actual Revenues 

Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1977 





REVENUES 


BALANCES 




i. 


Estimated 


Actual 


Excess Deficit 


Interest and Dividends Tax 


$2,824.00 


2,823.80 


$ $ 


.20 


Savings Bank Tax 


209.00 


208.80 




.20 


Meals and Rooms Tax 


2,797.00 


2,797.09 


.09 




Yield Taxes 


1,700.00 


3,105.53 


1,405.53 




Interest Rec'd on Taxes 


300.00 


336.57 


36.57 




Business Licenses and Permits 50.00 


113.00 


63.00 




Dog Licenses 


225.00 


385.80 


160.80 




Motor Vehicle Permits 


4,500.00 


7,062.00 


2,562.00 




Rent of Town Property 


50.00 


91.00 


41.00 




Resident Taxes 


2,520.00 


2,580.00 


60.00 




Resident Tax Penalties 


25.00 


34.00 


9.00 




Revenue Sharing (Contra) 


7,500.00 


7,500.00 






Highway Subsidy 


9,003.00 


9,003.15 


.15 




Business Profits Tax 


1,435.00 


1,435.16 


.16 




Telephone Booth 


25.00 


47.59 


22.59 




Income From Trustees 


200.00 


243.45 


43.45 




Fire Dept. 


500.00 
$33,863.00 


1,000.00 
$38,766.94 


500.00 






$ 4,904.34 $ 


.40 



BUDGET SUMMARY 



Actual Revenues 


$38,766.94 




Estimated Revenues 


33,863.00 




Net Revenue Surplus 




$4,903.94 


Unexpended Balances of Appropriations 


9,377.57 




Overdrafts of Appropriations 


4,695.53 




Net Unexpended Balances 




$4,682.04 


Net Budget Surplus 




$9,585.98 



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BALANCE SHEET 1977 



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ASSETS 






Cash on Hand December 31, 1977 


$22,269.02 




Revenue Sharing Account 


2,852.12 




Capital Reserve (Library) 


184.41 




State of N. H. Bounties 


3.00 




Unredeemed Taxes 


836.58 




Uncollected Taxes 


60,232.31 




Uncollected Resident Taxes 


180.00 




Fire Dept. Matching Fund 


5.00 




TOTAL ASSETS 




$86,562.44 


LIABILITIES 




Reclaiming of Water Holes 


597.50 




Monadnock Regional School 


45,409.19* 




Class V. Highway Fund 


1,923.96 




Capital Reserve (Library) 


184.41 




Long Term Notes 


9,000.00 




Revenue Sharing Account 


2,852.12 




Yield Tax Deposits 


2,251.05 




Capital Reserve (Fire) 


2,000.00 




New Trust Fund (Nettie Stone) 


200.00 




Fire Dept. Matching Fund 


5.00 




TOTAL LIABILITIES 




$64,423.23 


Net Surplus Assets over Liabilities 




$22,139.21 
$86,562.44 


TREASURERS 


REPORT 




Balance on Hand, January 1, 1977 




$57,946.61 


Town Clerk: 






Car Permits 


$7,062.00 




Dog Licenses 


385.80 




Filing Fees 


6.00 


7,453.80 


Tax Collector: 






1976 Property Tax 


$14,707.69 




1976 Interest 


312.96 




1976 Yield Tax 


3,105.53 




1976 Yield Tax Interest 


23.61 




1977 Property Tax 


65,592.46 




1976 Resident Tax 


280.00 




1976 Resident Tax Penalties 


28.00 




1977 Resident Tax 


2,300.00 




1977 Resident Tax Penalties 


6.00 




1974-1975 Redemptions 


2,797.08 


89,153.33 



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State of New Hampshire: 

Class V Highway Fund $5,671.81 

Interest & Dividends Tax 2,823.80 

Forest Fire Refund 44.08 

Savings Bank Tax 208.80 

Rooms & Meals Tax 2,797.09 

Class IV & V Highway Fund 9,003.15 

Business Profits Tax 1,435.16 

Porcupine Bounties 12.00 

Matching Funds 400.00 22,395.89 

United States Treasury: 

Revenue Sharing Payment & /,782.00 
Transfer from 

Revenue Sharing Acct. Contra 7,500.00 15,282.00 

Other Sources: 

Cheshire National Bank — 



Tax Anticipation 


$30,000.00 




New England Telephone— Booth 


47.59 




Planning Board— Subdivision Fees 


67.00 




Richmond Fire Dept. — Truck 


1,000.00 




Wood Fiber, Inc. — Bridge Post 


5.00 




Selectmen: 






Building Rentals 


91.00 




Pistol Permits 


16.00 




Town Maps 


4.00 




Building Permits 


24.00 




Trustee of Trust Funds— Refund 


243.45 




Judith Dodier— Refund Granite Hill fees 48.00 




Allison Van Brocklin- " " 


" 48.00 




Ray Ellis Enterprises- " " 


" 144.00 




Nettie Hood Stone— In escrow 


200.00 




Yield Tax Bonds 


2,953.17 




Hood & Faulkner— Timber Salvage 


157.35 


35,048.56 


TOTAL RECEIPTS 




$227,280.19 


TOTAL ORDERS 




205,011.17 


Cash on Hand January 1, 1978 




$22,269.02 



Respectfully submitted, 

Jennie B. Bennett 

Town Treasurer 



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MATCHING FUNDS SPECIAL 
CHECKING ACCOUNT 

Received during year 1977 

State of New Hampshire— For hose $400.00 
Town of Richmond— Matching fund 422.00 

TOTAL RECEIVED $822.00 

TOTAL PAID 

David G. Adams— Fire Equipment $817.00 

Balance in Checking Account December 31, 1977 $5.00 

Respectfully submitted, 

Jennie B. Bennett 

Town Treasurer 



YIELD TAX ACCOUNT 

On Hand in Escrow in General Fund January 1, 1977 $571.00 
Transferred of General Fund from 

Special Checking Account during 1977 725.00 
Transferred to General Fund from 

Savings Account 209.00 

Received during 1977 2,019.17 

TOTAL RECEIVED $3,524.17 

TOTAL PAID to Tax Collector 1,273.12 

Balance in Escrow in General Fund December 31, 1977 $2,251.05 

Respectfully submitted, 

Jennie B. Bennett 
Town Treasurer 



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TAX COLLECTORS REPORT 

Summary of Warrants 

Property, Resident and Yield Taxes 

LEVY OF 1977 

-DR- 

Taxes Committed to Collector: 

Property Taxes 
Yield Taxes 
Resident Taxes 

TOTAL WARRANT 

ADDED TAXES 
Property Taxes 
Resident Taxes 
Interest Collected 
Penalties on Resident Taxes 

TOTAL DEBITS 



-CR- 
Remittances to Treasurer 



$127,177.28 
1,721.61 
2,390.00 






$131,288.89 


26.91 

130.00 

-0- 

6.00 




162.91 




$131,451.80 



Property Taxes 


65,592.46 




Yield Taxes 


1,721.61 




Resident Taxes 


2,300.00 




Penalties on Resident Taxes 


6.00 




Discount Allowed 




69,620.07 


Abatements made During the year 




1,329.42 


Property Taxes 


50.00 




Resident Taxes 


40.00 


90.00 


Uncollected Taxes as of December 






31, 1977 






Property Taxes 


60,205.40 




Added Property Taxes 


26.91 




Resident Taxes 


180.00 


60,412.31 


TOTAL CREDITS 




$131,451.80 



24 



83.92 


$16,978.43 


02.77 




23.61 




28.00 






354.38 




$16,978.43 



Summary of Warrants 
Property, Resident andYield Taxes 

LEVY OF 1976 
-DR- 

Uncollected Taxes as of January 1, 1977: 

Property Taxes $14,930.13 

Resident Taxes 310.00 

Yield Taxes 
Interest Collected on Delinquent Taxes 

Property Taxes 

Yield Taxes 

Penalties on Resident Taxes 

TOTAL DEBITS 

-CR- 

Remittances to Treasurer During Fiscal Year 

Property Taxes 

Yield Taxes 

Resident Taxes 

Interest Collected During Year 

Interest Collected During Year 
Property 
Yield 
Penalties on Resident Taxes 



Abatements: 
Property Taxes 
Resident Taxes 

TOTAL DEBITS $16,978.43 

SUMMARY OF TAX SALES ACCOUNTS 

Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1977 

-DR- 
Tax Sales on Account of Levies of: 
1976 1975 1974 

( A ) Balance of Unredeemed 
Taxes as of January 
1, 1977 $1,140.19 $1,292.01 

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$14,707.69 

1,383.92 

280.00 




302.77 
23.61 
28.00 


$16,725.99 


222.44 
30.00 


252.44 



( B ) Taxes sold to Town 




during current fiscal 




year 


$818.08 


Interest and Costs after 




Sale 




Redemption Costs 


18.50 


TOTAL DEBITS 


$ 836.58 



110.98 253.90 

$1,251.17 $1,545.91 



-CR- 



Remittances to Treasurer 
During Year 

Redemptions $1,140.19 $1,292.01 

Interests and Costs after 

Sale 110.98 253.90 

Unredeemed Taxes, 

December 31, 1977 $ 836.58 

TOTAL CREDITS $ 836.58 $1,251.17 $1,545.91 

NOTE: TOTAL DEBITS AND TOTAL CREDITS 
SHOULD AGREE. 

UNREDEEMED TAXES FROM TAX SALES, DEC. 31, 1977 

Charles S. Bean $114.45 

Wm. & Regina Suderman $722.13 

$836.58 

UNCOLLECTED RESIDENT TAXES 



Beers, Mary Hawley 


$10.00 


Kleeman, Christopher 


$10.00 


Bischof, Joseph 


10.00 


L'Abbe, Linda 


10.00 


Castine, Dorothy 


10.00 


Lutz, Geraldine 


10.00 


*Coutts, Robert 


10.00 


Mattson, Kandace 


10.00 


♦Coutts, Madeline 


10.00 


Patnode, Henri 


10.00 


Durling, Mark 


10.00 


Ruscoe, Catherine 


10.00 


Farnum, Edith 


10.00 


Sweeney, Lawrence 


10.00 


Holman, Orrin 


10.00 


Sweeney, Dorothy 


10.00 


Holman, Diane 


10.00 


Zachai, Dorian 


10.00 



UNCOLLECTED PROPERTY TAXES 
Non-Resident 

♦♦Amidon, Norman 30.80 *Bauer, Arthur & Vivian 16.89 

♦Amidon, Stanley & Shirley 469.73 Bean, Charles S. 191.36 

♦Anderson, Norman 91.20 ** Beauregard, Charles & Sons 59.80 

**Apuzzo, Salvatore & Carmela 89.70 **Benoit, Adrian & Margaret 74.75 

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** Bingham Lumber Co. 89.70 

♦Bassett, Cortland 17.04 

♦♦Brokenshire, Gordon & 

Douglas $ 842.43 

♦♦Brokenshire, Gordon & Helen 110.03 

♦Brown, Edward & Deanne 4.49 

♦♦Bryan, Rev. John L. 315.62 

Bucknell, Phyllis 91.40 

Bucknell, William 74.78 

Chamberlain, Mrs. John 14.95 

Curtis-Cragin 166.54 

**Dabrowsky, Richard & Sharon 19.73 

Dell, Christopher 299.75 

♦♦DesJardins, Paul & Madelyn 468.95 

Dupree, George 19.44 

♦Farley, William & Carolyn 20.48 

**Fillian, George Buckley 52.33 

**Foote, Doris R. 340.86 

** Galloway, Scott 8.97 

**Grandy, Henry & Chester 

Albona & Adella 184.45 

Hallas, Henry 352.94 

Hanifin, Thomas Est. 2,067.29 

♦♦Homestead Woolen Mills 179.40 

Honek, Charles 179.40 

♦Hooper, Harry Jr. 16.00 

♦ Hope, Katherine Est. 140.53 

Johnson, Glendon 281.06 

♦♦Kellon, Richard 89.70 

Koslowski, John 545.08 

♦* Kimball, Herbert & Marion 92.42 

♦♦Lane, C.L. Co. 3,258.65 

♦♦Lay, Michael & Elizabeth 511.71 

♦♦Lucey, James & Roberta 25.42 

♦♦Maestro, Arthur Paul & Arthur 

Patrick 29.90 

♦♦Marsan, Antonin 492.93 



♦♦Massicotte, Alfred 153.24 
♦Matrone, Frank & Mary & John 

& Christine Cloud 244.13 

McCann, Frank & Katherine 917.60 

McClaskey, William 88.21 

♦♦McCobb, Ralph & Doreen 226.40 

♦ ♦ Mickiewicz , E d win & J eanne 528 . 33 

Moersen, Mark 22.28 

♦♦Morgan Reserve, Inc. 669.88 

♦♦Mullins, Virgil & Rosemary 51.73 

Nichols, George & Yvonne 35.88 

♦♦Page, James 38.87 

♦♦Patterson, Lawrence 186.88 

Peck, John 10.47 

♦♦Perry, Herman Farm 23.45 

Principe, Garrey & Anna 225.27 

♦♦Public Service Co. $18,315.84 

♦♦Radford, Harry & Angela 44.85 

♦♦Ray Ellis Enterprises 

& V.G. & Rosemary Daniels 193.60 

♦♦Ray Ellis Enterprises 152.79 

♦♦Reichert, Francis 22.57 

^♦Reineger, Clement 22.43 

Ridley, Kenneth & Pauline 126.18 

Rood, Betty 14.95 

Sexton, Raymond 201.08 

♦♦Shaw, Robert & Henrietta 197.34 

Smith, Howard & Myrtle 15.55 

Spanos, Mary 384.96 

♦♦Spaulding, James & Ruth 104.65 

Stockwell, Sidney & Marianna 148.96 

Strenkert, William & Sheila 201.41 

♦♦Suzor, Raymond & Helen 157.87 

♦♦VanSipe, Richard & Janet 399.76 

Warner, Robert & Judith 6.88 

♦Weber, Friedrich 14.95 

Williams, Dan. 200.33 

$36,778.17 



♦ Paid after December 31, 1977 
♦♦ Paid after December 31, 1977 but within Discount Period. 



Added Tax: 
♦Dorothy Ewens 26.91 

UNCOLLECTED PROPERTY TAXES 



Austin, Robert & Virginia 
♦♦Baird, Marion Est. Bal. 

Ballou, Henry Est. 
♦♦Beers, Mae Gates 

Beers, Mary Hawley 
♦♦Bigda, Richard & Joan 

Bischof, Joseph & Maureen 
White (Patnode) 



Resident 

343.09 ♦♦Blais, George & Helena 1,652.63 

33.34 ♦♦BoutweU, Richard 665.87 

69.18 ♦♦Brooks, Roger & Phyllis 723.57 

552.36 ♦♦Carpenter, Stanley & Madeline 467.03 

23.92 Carrier, Roger Jr. & Rae 135.58 

389.29 ♦♦Coy, Robert & Martha 601.82 

♦♦Crile, Don 472.71 

289.51 Davis, Leonard & Valma E. 293.40 



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**Dell, Anthony 
**DeSalles, Evelyn 

Farnum, Harry & Edith 
**Fournier, David & Agnes 
**Hewel, John B. & Wilma 

Hewlett, David 

Hillock, Homer & Zelma 

Hillock, John & Audrey 

Hillock, Ralph & Beverly 
**Holm, Donald & Marion 

Holman, Orrin & Diane 
** Knight, Ralph 
**Lane, Kenneth & Karen 

Lane, Richard & Katherine 
**Lanick, Jerry & Marion $ 

**Mahoney, Brian 
**Marsh, Russell 

Marsden, Eileen 
**Mattson, Gerald & B. Eleanor 

Merrifield, Jerald & Susan 
» Millard, Michael 
**Orcutt, Philip D. & Margaret 2 



667.33 


**Ostlund, Hazel & Thelma 




410.72 


Dubriske 


864.94 


44.85 


Powers, Arden & Barbara 


18.53 


628.22 


**Quint, John D. 


681.00 


518.07 


Remick, Floyd, Sr. 


213.78 


704.29 


**Rizzo, Judith 


329.88 


181.91 


**Rummler, Alfred 


492.53 


140.02 


Schofield, Robert & Mary 


252.28 


127.97 


Sheppard, Stephen 


435.37 


415.87 


Smart, Howard & Dorothy 


155.74 


387.26 


♦♦Stinson, Arthur & Ruby 


566.18 


145.40 


Suderman, Wm. & Regina 


480.18 


473.55 


* Sweeney, Lawrence & Dorothy 


356.55 


436.80 


**Tilton, Nathan 


112.84 


255.55 


**VanValzah, Robert & Doris 


448.28 


173.59 


Waldron, Guy & Jane 


449.60 


164.77 


Walker, Bruce & Michele 


216.77 


691.37 


Warme, Rune & Marguarite 


352.52 


227.17 


White, Maude 


123.39 


192.16 


♦♦Whittemore, Peter & Suzanne 


440.96 


370.07 


Zachai, Dorian 


291.13 


,074.54 


Total $23,427.23 



I hereby certify that the above listing showing the name and amount due from 

each deliquent taxpayer as of December 31, 1977 on account of the Tax Levies of 

1975, 1976 and 1977 are correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

Respectfully Submitted, 

Dorothy J. Robbins 

Tax Collector 

TOWN OF RICHMOND 
Summary of Long Term Notes 

Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1977 

Fire Truck, Bridge 
and Cemetery Addition 
1970 

Principal Amount $29,700.00 

Interest Rate 5Vi% 

Interest Payment Dates June and December 23rd 

Principal Due December 23rd 

Payable at Cheshire National Bank 



Fiscal Year Ending: 

December 31, 1978 
December 31, 1979 
December 31, 1980 



Principal Interest 

$3,000.00 $472.50 

3,000.00 315.00 

3,000.00 157.50 



TOTALS 



$9,000.00 



$945.00 



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YIELD TAX FOR 1976 



Name Description 

C.L. Lane Co. 

Ballou Lot #2096 

White Pine Sq. 

Hemlock 

Hardwood Sawlogs 
Beaman Lumber Co. 

Martin Lot #2622 

White Pine L.G. 

Hemlock 

Hardwood Sawlogs H.G. 

Hardwood Sawlogs L.G. 

Beaman Lumber Co. 
Bennett Lot #04562 
White Pine L.G. 
White Pine Sq. Qual. 

Beaman Lumber Co. 

James Lot #04564 

White Pine L.G. 

Hardwood H.G. 

Hardwood L.G. 
Beaman Lumber Co. 

Sandri Lot #04563 

Hemlock 

Hardwood Sawlogs L.G. 

Tree Growers, Inc. 

Little Monadnock, Grassy Hill #03009 

Hardwood, H.G. 

Hardwood L.G. 

Veneer Qual. 

Tielogs 

Cordwood 

E. Star key 

Stone Place #03173 

White Pine L.G. 

White Pine Sq. Qual. 

Hemlock 

Hardwood Sawlogs L.G. 

Cordwood 

Alfred Rummler 

Pound Foolish Farm #03182 
Unimproved Fir 
Unimproved Spruce 





Tax 


Total 


Valuation 


at 12% 


Tax 


$2,757.60 


$ 330.91 




13.62 


1.63 




151.65 


18.20 


$ 350.74 


1193.10 


143.17 




102.25 


12.27 




679.50 


81.54 




285.20 


34.22 


271.20 


496.65 


59.60 




366.00 


43.92 


103.52 


141.00 


16.92 




431.55 


51.78 




184.70 


22.16 


90.86 


162.50 


19.50 




240.00 


28.80 


48.30 


3077.37 


369.29 




192.96 


23.16 




503.25 


60.39 




674.43 


80.93 




67.50 


8.10 


541.87 


1230.00 


147.60 




80.00 


9.60 




125.00 


15.00 




856.00 


102.72 




110.00 


13.20 


288.12 


112.50 


13.50 




112.50 


13.50 


27.00 




$1,721.61 



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Winchester, N. H. 03470 
February 1 . 1978 
The Board of Selectmen 
Town of Richmond 
Winchester, N. H. 03470 

Gentlemen: 

Herewith we submit our report of an audit and examination of 
the accounts and records of the Town of Richmond, New Hamp- 
shire, for the fiscal year ended December 31, 1977. Exhibits as 
hereafter listed are included as part of our report, however, only 
this letter of transmittal, along with the special Revenue Sharing 
report need to be printed in your annual Town Report. 

One of the enclosed audit reports must be given to the Town 
Clerk for retention as part of the Town's permanent records. 

SCOPE OF AUDIT 

Our examination and audit included the accounts and records of 
the Board of Selectmen, Treasurer, Tax Collector, Town Clerk, and 
Trustee of Trust funds. 

FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

1. Comparitive Balance Sheets show an increase in the net sur- 
plus of the Town from $20,056.44 in 1976 to $22,139.21 as of 
December 31, 1977. 

2. The Statement of Appropriations and Expenditures shows a 
net unexpended balance of Appropriations in the amount of 
$4,682.04. 

3. The Statement of Estimated and Actual Revenues shows a net 
revenue surplus in the amount of $4,903.94. 

4. The Budget Summary shows a net Budget surplus for 1977 in 
the amount of $9,585.98. 

5. Summaries of other accounts include Town Treasurer's proof 
of Balance, Tax Collector's current warrants and unredeemed 
taxes, Town Clerk's accounts. Trustees of Trust Funds, and 
the Revenue Sharing account. 

6. Summary of Long Term indebtedness indicates a reduction in 
the principal amount from $12,000.00 to $9,000.00. 

7. The special Revenue Sharing Report required by the Depart- 
ment of Revenue Administration of the State of New Hamp- 
shire, must be published in your Annual Town Report. 

AUDIT PROCEDURES 
The accounts and records of Town Officials charged with the 
custody, receipt and disbursement of public funds, as indicated in 

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the scope of audit, were examined and audited in accordance with 
generally accepted auditing standards and accordingly included 
such tests of the records and other information as were considered 
necessary to conduct the audit. 

Verification of the uncollected and unredeemed taxes were made 
by mailing notices to a majority of the deliquent tax payers as in- 
dicated on the Tax Collector's records. 

CERTIFICATION OF AUDIT 

Certification is hereby made that we have examined and audited 
the accounts and records of the Town of Richmond, New Hamp- 
shire, for the fiscal year ended December 31, 1977, and in our 
opinion the attached balance sheets, and other statements of sour- 
ces of revenue and expenditures present fairly the financial 
position of the Town of Richmond for the year under review. 

THANKS 

We wish to extend our thanks and appreciation to all the Town 

officials of the Town of Richmond, for their continued excellent 

and sincere assistance and cooperation during the course of our 

examination. Tr . 

Very truly yours, 

Arnold B. Conway 

Evelyn T. Conway 

Auditors 

Town of Richmond, New Hampshire 

REVENUE SHARING ACCOUNT 

Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1977 



Available Funds - January 1, 1977 




$ 2,283.87 


Add: 






Revenue Received during 1977: 
Entitlement Period #7 
Entitlement Period #8 
Interest 


$1,974.00 

5,808.00 

286.25 


8,068.25 


Total Available Funds 




$10,352.12 


Less: Expenditures during 1977: 

Police Department 
Fire Department 

Capital Reserve (Fire Department) 
Total Disbursements 


4,000.00 
1,500.00 
2,000.00 


7,500.00 


Available Funds - December 31, 1977 




S2,852.12 


Balance 8th Entitlement Period 


$2,852.12 





Commitments: None at this date. 

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REVENUE SHARING ACCOUNT 

Balance on Hand, January 1, 1977 $2,283.87 

Received during year 1977: 

Entitlement VII $1,974.00 

Entitlement VIII 5,808.00 7,782.00 

Interest 286.25 

TOTAL RECEIPTS $10,352.12 

Withdrawn: 

Police Department $4,000.00 

Fire Department 1 ,500.00 

Fire Department-Capital Reserve 2,000.00 

TOTAL WITHDRAWN $ 7,500.00 

Balance in Savings Account, December 31, 1977 $2,852.12 

Respectfully submitted, 

Jennie B. Bennett 
Town Treasurer 



TOWN CLERKS REPORT 

Board of Selectmen. 
Richmond, N. H. 

Gentlemen: 

I hereby submit my report from January 1, 1977 to Docomber 31, 1977 



Motor Vehicle Permits 








1976 - None 








1977 - 416 




$7,062.00 




1 Permit Issued Free 






$7,062.00 


Dog Licenses 








1977 Dog Licenses Issued 








110 Including 2 Kennels 




385.80 




6 Filing Fees 




6.00 


391.80 


TOTAL REMITTED TO TREASURER 




$7,453.80 




Respectfully Submitted, 






Dorothy J . 


Robbins 






Town Clerk 





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SUMMARY OF PAYMENTS 

Town Officer's Salaries $ 3,109.30 

Town Officer's Expenses 3,611.91 

Election and Registration 125.25 

Town Hall and Other Buildings 1,239.41 

Recreational Complex 453.00 

Police Department 5,380.67 

Fire Department 3,473.03 

Leon Amidon Plaque, Appropriation 100.00 

Bounties 3.00 

Insurance 4,866.90 

Civil Defense 50.00 

Health Department 777.00 

Vital Statistics 11.50 

Planning & Zoning 514.57 

Solid Waste Disposal 3,750.00 
Highway Department 

Summer M ain tenance 2 1 , 1 7 5 . 68 

Winter Maintenance 12,222.46 

TRA 592.55 

Street Lighting 492.13 

Libraries 1,800.44 

Old Age Assistance 296.50 

Town Poor 39.91 

Revenue Sharing Transfer 7,782.00 

Recreation 906.84 

Cemeteries 749.77 

Damages & Legal Expenses 1,278.00 

Advertising And Regional 155.00 

Taxes Bought by Town 818.08 

Rebates and abatements 29.67 

Yield Tax paid to Tax Collector 1,273.12 

Interest 909.45 

Beach Committee 142.06 

Ambulance Subsidy 500.00 

Family and Mental Health 193.00 

Meadowood County Fire Dept. 100.00 

Temporary Loan 30,000.00 

Long Term Loan 3,000.00 
State and County 

County Tax 11,821.89 

Bond and Debt 286.94 

County Tax Interest 29.07 

Schools 80,548.57 

$205,011.17 

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Detail No. 1 - TOWN OFFICER'S SALARIES 

Appropriation $3,100.00 

Arnold Conway, Auditor $ 90.00 

Evelyn Conway, Auditor 60.00 

Leland B. Robbins, Selectman 600.00 

Charles A. Gilman, Selectman 600.00 

Dana Taylor, Selectman 9 Mon. 500.00 

C. Richard Webber, Selectman, 3 Mon. 100.00 

Jennie B. Bennett, Treasurer 175.00 

Judith Dodier, Trustee of Trust Funds 25.00 

Dorothy J. Robbins, Tax Collector 300.00 

Dorothy J. Robbins, Town Clerk 220.00 

Car Fees 416.00 

Resident Tax Fees 4.80 

Tax Sale Fees 18.50 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES $3,109.30 

Overdraft $ 9.30 

Detail No. 2 - TOWN OFFICER'S EXPENSES 

Appropriation $3,400.00 
Maps 4.00 

TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE $3,404.00 

City of Keene, 4 Water Tests 4.00 

Wm. Byrne, Postermaster Stamps 156.00 
Monadnock Region Humane Soc. 

Dog Board 170.00 

Charles Gilman, Postage & Expenses 25.69 

Allen Kendall, Calculator & Labels 143.22 

Phyllis Parker, Deceased Notice .20 

Dana Taylor, Expenses for Trip 45.95 
Candlelight Press 

Town Charter Prints 44.30 

Ballots 26.50 

Resident Tax Bills 35.55 

Town Reports 1,038.50 

Homestead Press 

Reports, Envelopes and Bills 41.84 

New England Tel. & Tel. Co. 357.28 
Mary Beers, Reimbursement on Car Paym. 13.00 

Keene Shopper News, Printing 18.46 
N. H. City and Town Clerks Assoc, Dues 10.00 

N. H. Tax Collector's Assoc. Dues 10.00 

N. H. Minicipal Assoc. Dues 200.00 

Richmond 4 Corners Store, Gas 5.00 

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Jaye Aldrich, Expenses and Gas to 






Town Clerks Convention 


203.36 




Clerical Help to Tax Collector 


9.00 




Branham Publishing Co. Reference Books 


14.50 




Sargent, Sowell Inc. Roll File 


40.33 




Jennie B. Bennett, Treas., Expenses 


16.60 




Arnold Conway, Expenses 


5.50 




Wheeler and Clark, Dog Tags 


24.82 




Evelyn Hubal, Transfers 


38.42 




G. H. Tilden, Supplies 


10.20 




Equity Publishing Corp. 






Revised Indexes 


50.00 




Keene Publishing Corp. Printing 


58.72 




Cheshire County Conservation Dist. 






Tilton Overlay 


25.00 




Treasurer State of N. H. Expenses 






at Revenue Administration Meeting 


230.00 




Dorothy Robbins, Compiling & Typing 






Town Report 


150.00 




Expenses 


38.29 




Sec, to Selectmen 


200.00 




Brown & Saltmarsh, 






Binder, Vouchers 


151.68 




TOTAL EXPENDITURES 




$3,611.91 


Overdraft 




$ 207.91 


Detail No. 3 - ELECTION AND 


REGISTRATION 


Appropriation 




$200.00 


Theodore Aldrich, Moderator 


12.00 




Jane Jillson, Ballot Clerk 


17.25 




Margaret Lounder, Ballot Clerk 


17.25 




Sylvia VanBrocklin, Counter 


1.50 




Harold J. Dickinson, Supervisor 


20.25 




Jennie B. Bennett, Supervisor 


24.75 




Ruby Austin, Supervisor 


32.25 




TOTAL EXPENDITURES 




$125.25 


UNEXPENDED BALANCE 




$74.75 



Detail No. 4 - RECREATIONAL COMPLEX 

Appropriation 

E. W. Blood, Construction 437.00 

Thelma Yeager, Gravel 16.00 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 

Unexpended Balance 



$500.00 



$453.00 
$ 47.00 



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Detail No. 5 - TOWN HALL AND OTHER BUILDINGS 



Appropriation 




$3,000.00 


Timber Salvage 




157.35 


Total Funds Available 




$3,157.35 


Perry Bros., Fuel 


213.03 




Service 


7.00 




Cheshire Oil Co. 


81.00 




Richmond 4 Corners Store, Plowing 


275.00 




Sherwin Williams, Paint 


84.27 




Wm. Pearsall, Removing Ice 


18.00 




Robert VanBrocklin, Work at Vets. Hall !2.50 




Public Service Co. 


144.35 




Sylvia VanBrocklin, Cleaning 


101.70 




Sanel, Battery 


15.86 




Keene Electric & Plumbing, Clamps 






and Supplies 


10.18 




George Blais, Light Fixture 


13.04 




David Adams, Fire Extinguisher 


26.40 




Knowlton & Stone, Glass 


37.08 




John Goodine, Labor on Water Line 


150.00 




TOTAL EXPENDITURES 




$1,239.41 


Unexpended Balance 




$1,917.94 


Detail No. 6 - POLICE 


DEPARTMENT 




Appropriation 




$6,000.00 


(Revenue Sharing $4,000.00) 






New England Tel. & Tel. Co. 






Police Phone 


189.67 




Lawrence Sweeney, Police Chief 






Police Duty 


1,778.05 




Expenses 


1,623.60 




Robert VanBrocklin 






Police Duty 


280.80 




Expenses 


130.50 




Jeffrey Taylor 






Police Duty 


15.00 




Expenses 


10.50 




Evert Quintard 






Police Duty 


244.80 




Expenses 


253.05 




Guy Packard 






Police Duty 


157.70 




Expenses 


48.25 




School Bus Duty 


350.00 





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Stacy Press 

Officer's Reports 26.85 

R & R Communications 



Electric Filter 


61.50 




Labor on Radio 


35.50 




Richard Bigda 






Police Duty 


139.25 




Expenses 


35.65 




TOTAL EXPENDITURES 




$5,380.67 


Unexpended Balance 




$ 619.33 


Detail No. 7 - FIRE 


DEPARTMENT 




Appropriation 




$2,400.00 


State of New Hampshire, Matching Fund 


400.00 


State of New Hampshire, Forest Fire Refund 


44.08 


TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE 




$2,844.08 


(Revenue Sharing $1,500.00) 






Perry Bros. Fuel 


1,000.93 




New England Tel. & Tel. Co. 


102.70 




R & R Communications 






Labor on Tanker Radio 


36.00 




Radio Labor 


120.75 




Richmond, 4 Corners Store 






Gas & Supplies 


277.20 




Jennie B. Bennett, Treas. 






Matching Funds Transfer 


822.00 




Hew Communications 






Battery & Repair 


61.25 




Robert VanBrocklin 






N. E. Box Fire 


70.50 




Dell Fire 


108.00 




Payroll 


156.11 




Fire 


161.92 




Forest Fire Warden 


88.16 




Public Service Co., Lights 


301.99 




SWNH Fire Mut. Aid System 






Tel. Listings 


17.00 




Treasurer State of N. H. 






Carrying Straps 


10.32 




David Adams, Wool Mitts 


70.00 




N. H. Fire & Safety Equip. Co. 






Suction Hose 


30.00 




Dick Lord Auto Parts, Water Pump 


38.20 




TOTAL EXPENDITURES 




$3,473.03 


Overdraft 




$ 628.95 



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Detail No. 8 - SPECIAL APPROPRIATION 
LEON AMIDON PLAQUE 

Appropriation $100.00 

Keene Monument Co., Marker $100.00 



3.00 



Detail No. 9 - 


- BOUNTIES 


Harry Morse, 6 Bounties 




Detail No. 10 - 


INSURANCE 


Appropriation 




Mason Insurance Agency 




Library Policy 


219.00 


Library & Contents 


245.00 


Burglary Policy 


63.00 


Town Hall Policy 


374.40 


Bonds 


219.00 


Liability Policy 


618.40 


Bodily Liability Policy 


684.00 


Individuality Liability 


550.00 


Civil Defense Bldg. 


41.10 


General Liability 


695.00 


Workmen's Compensation 


768.00 


Concord General Mutual 




Firemen's Property 


273.00 


Pierce Putnam Agency 




Fire Station Policy 


117.00 


TOTAL EXPENDITURES 




Overdraft 





Detail No. 11 - CIVIL DEFENSE 



$3,200.00 



$4,866.90 
$1,666.90 



Appropriation $50.00 

George Krise, Generator Rental 50.00 

Detail No. 12 - HEALTH DEPT. INCLUDING HOSPITAL 

Appropriation 777.00 
Cheshire Hospital $177.00 
Winchester Nursing Assoc. 600.00 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES $777.00 

Detail No. 13 - VITAL STATISTICS 

Appropriation $20.00 

Dorothy Robbins Town Clerk, Recordings $11.50 

Unexpended Balance $ 8.50 

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Detail No. 14 - PLANNING AND ZONING 

Appropriation 

Regional $285.60 

Local 200.00 

Total Funds Available 485.60 

SW Regional Planning Comm. 285.60 

Keene Publishing Corp. 52.58 

Candlelight Press, Letterheads 20.70 

Curry Copy Center 87.55 

Betty Wicks, Postage 14. 14 

George Blais 

Zoning Ordinance Copies 6.00 

Filing Cabinet 25.00 

Registered Mail 3.50 

Postage 19.50 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES $514.57 

Overdraft $28.57 

Detail No. 15 - SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL 

Appropriation $3,950.00 

Town of Winchester $3,750.00 

Unexpended Balance $ 200.00 

Detail No. 16 - SUMMER MAINTENANCE 



Appropriation 




$14,000.00 


(Highway Subsidy $4,000.) 






Post 




5.00 


Total Funds Available 




$14,005.00 


E. W. Blood, Construction 






Labor on Roads, Gravel 


$ 327.00 




Tarring Roads 


85.00 




Labor on Roads 


2,715.00 




Installing Culvert 


163.00 




Penn Culvert Co. 


760.00 




Wm. Suderman, Cleaning Ditches 


18.55 




Mary Beers, Signs 


16.00 




Knowlton & Stone, Nails & Hoes 


67.09 




Frank Whitcomb, Cold Patch 


30.56 




Gerald Mattson, Clearing Brush 


49.50 




Francis Jillson, Roadwork 


101.75 




Leonard Davis, Salary & Creosote 


416.39 




Labor on Roads 


277.75 




Henry Patnode Labor 


129.88 




Beaman Lumber Co. Railings 


23.04 




Bridge Material 


4,036.12 





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Lake Asphalt Co., 


5,340.00 




Rowco Mrg., Co. Brush Saw 


45.50 




R. W. Payne Co., Grader 


492.15 




Michael Hammond, Cutting Brush 


99.00 




Rodney L'Abbe, Cutting Brush 


99.00 




Richmond 4 Corners Store 


2.40 




Quakers Const. Co. Truck 


54.00 




Paul Sargent Labor 


66.00 




Donald Class, Labor 


90.00 




TOTAL EXPENDITURES 


$15,504.68 




Overdraft 


$ 1,499.68 




Detail No. 16A - CLASS V. HIGHWAY 




Balance Carried Forward from 1976 




$1,923.15 


1977 Allotment 




5,671.81 


Total Funds Available 




$7,594.96 


Transferred to Hatchery Road TRA Project 




Check to State of New Hampshire 




5,671.00 


Unexpended Balance Carried forward 


to 1978 


$1,923.96 v n< 


Detail No. 17 - WINTER 


MAINTENANCE 


Appropriation 




$13,000.00 


(Highway Subsidy $3,000.) 






Total Funds Available 




$13,000.00 


E. W. Blood, Construction 






Plowing and Sanding 


$11,592.08 




Ralph Hillock, Plowing 


179.25 




Gerald Mattson, Plowing 


25.00 




Leonard Davis, Salary 


400.00 




Wm. Suderman, Roadwork 


26.13 




TOTAL EXPENDITURES 




$12,222.46 


Unexpended Balance 




$ 777.57 


Detail No. 18 - 


- TRA 




Appropriation 




$592.55 


Treasurer, State of New Hampshire 




592.55 


Detail No. 19 - STREETLIGHTING 




Appropriation 




$550.00 


Public Service Co. of New Hampshire 
Unexpended Balance 




$492.13 

$ 57.87 



Detail No. 20 - LIBRARY 
Appropriation $1,800.00 

Perry Fuel Co. $425.95 



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Public Service Co. 59.46 

New England Te. & Tel. Co. 102.66 

Paid to Library Trustee 1,212.37 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES $1,800.44 

Overdraft $ .44 

Detail No. 21 - OLD AGE ASSISTANCE 

Appropriation $500.00 

Treasurer, State of New Hampshire $296.50 

Unexpended Balance $203.50 

Detail No. 22 - TOWN POOR 

Appropriation $100.00 

Wilbur Bros. Groceries $39.91 

Unexpended Balance $ 60.09 

Detail No. 23 - REVENUE SHARING TRANSFER 
Transferred to Jennie B. Bennett, Treasurer $7,782.00 

Detail No. 24 - RECREATION 

Appropriation $950.00 

Helen Blais 

Band Payment 60.00 

Supplies for Halloween, Christmas 

and Dances 65.07 

Richard Bigda, Police Duty 24.00 

Richmond 4 Corner's Store, Supplies 35.64 
Mary Taylor 

Material for Float 15.78 

Band Payment 40.00 

Day Camp Permission Slips 7.95 

Halloween Party 9.55 

Christmas Party 19.42 

TBJ Productions, Dance 60.00 
Dale Randall 

Christmas & Halloween Party Expenses 26.57 
Jean Ahlberg 

Stamps 4.55 

Band Payment 40.00 

Halloween Party Expenses 3.00 

Monadnock Assoc. Band 50.00 

Keene Industrial Paper Co. 82. 1 1 

Roland Marrien, Day Camp Counselor 100.00 

Ferdy Ahlberg, Counselor 15.80 

Stacy Brooks, Counselor 25.00 

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Betsy Jillson, Counselor 25.00 
Clark Insurance Co. 

Day Camp Insurance 66.00 
Fred Toot, Remainder of Day Camp Exp. 76.00 

Suzanne Whittemore, Tickets 20.70 

Christmas Party Expenses 14.40 

Sue Brewer, Band Payment 20.00 
TOTAL EXPENDITURES $906.84 

Unexpended Balance $ 43.16 

Detail No. 25 - CEMETERIES 

Appropriation $700.00 

(See Assets, $243.45 Check from Trustee of Trust Funds) 

Francis Jillson 

Cemetery Labor 492.99 

Perpetual Care Lots 243.45 

Keene Industrial Paper, Flags 13.33 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES $749.77 

Overdraft $ 49.77 

Detail No. 26 - DAMAGES & LEGAL EXPENSES 

Appropriation $750.00 

Granite Hill Legal Fees Refund $240.00 

Total Funds Available $990.00 

Goodnow, Arwe, Ayer and Prigge 

Legal Services 1,266.00 

Priscilla Longdon, Dog Damage 12.00 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES $1,278.00 

Overdraft $ 288.00 

Detail No. 27 - ADVERTISING AND REGIONAL 

Appropriation $155.00 

Monadnock Regional Assoc. $155.00 

Detail No. 28 - TAXES BOUGHT BY TOWN 
Dorothy J. Robbins, Tax Collector $818.08 

Detail No. 29 - REBATES AND ABATEMENTS 

Frank D'Orio, 

Rebate on Property Tax 18.69 

Alfred Rummler 

Rebate on Yield Tax 10.98 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES $29.67 

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Detail No. 30 - CONTINGENCY FUND 

Appropriation $450.00 

No Funds Expended 

Detail No. 31 - RECLAIMING OF WATER HOLES 

Carry Over from 1976 $1,000.00 

Arthur Whitcomb $ 402.50 

Balance to be Carried forward to 1978 $ 597.50 

Detail No. 32 - YIELD TAXES PAID TO TAX COLLECTOR 
Dorothy J. Robbins Tax Collector $1,273.12 

Detail No. 33 - INTEREST 
Appropriation 



Long Term Interest 




$ 630.00 


Short Term Interest 




700.00 


Total Funds Available 




$1,330.00 


Cheshire National Bank 






Long Term Interest 


630.00 




Short Term Interest 


279.45 




TOTAL EXPENDITURES 




$909.45 


Unexpended Balance 




$420.55 


Detail No. 34 - BEACH 


COMMITTEE 




Appropriation 




$350.00 


Gordon Hawley, Picnic Table 


40.00 




Zimmermans, Material for Beach 


38.50 




Keene Sand & Gravel 


63.56 




Total Expenditures 




$142.06 


Unexpended Balance 




$207.94 



Detail No. 35 - AMBULANCE SUBSIDY 

Appropriation $520.00 

Town of Winchester $500.00 

Unexpended Balance $ 20.00 

Detail No. 36 - Family & Mental Health 

Appropriation $193.00 

Monadnock Family & Mental Health Service $193.00 

Detail No. 37 - MEADOWOOD COUNTY FIRE DEPT. 

Appropriation $100.00 

Meadowood County Fire Dept. $100.00 

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Detail No. 38 - TEMPORARY LOAN 
Cheshire National Bank $30,000.00 

Detail No. 39 - LONG TERM NOTE 

Appropriation $3,000.00 

Cheshire National Bank $3,000.00 

Detail No. 40 - STATE & COUNTRY 

Warren G. Allen, County Treas. County Tax $11,821.89 

County Tax Interest 29.07 

Treasurer, State of New Hampshire 

Bond & Debt Tax $286.94 

Detail No. 41 - SCHOOLS 

Appropriation $82,785.14 

Carried Forward from 1976 43,172.62 

Total Amount Available 125,957.76 

1976 $43,172.62 

1977 $37,375.95 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES $80,548.57 

Balance Carried Forward as a Liability $ 45,409.19 



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SELECTMEN'S REPORT 

This year has brought several increases in volume of work for 
this office. 

The assessing process has greatly expanded with initial growth 
and improvements extending it through the summer months. Land 
figures in the last survey to determine Tax Assessment Ratios 
brought about a two-year study of Land Assessment Adjustment 
for the Town of Richmond. The Board received valueable as- 
sistance in reviewing and applying this study from the week-long 
school of assessing sponsored by the State which they attended 
this summer. The initial applications of this study are described 
prior to the Property Tax Record section of this report. The full 
use of this formula should occur during the ensuing year. 

All governmental programs have expanded forms and some now 
require several copies to be prepared for different departments to 
save other governmental agencies office time. The State, by not 
settling its budget, created a money management problem this 
year but our General Fund balance allowed us to manage ef- 
ficiently and still further reduce Short Term Interest. 

Town growth has increased the annual services provided in- 
dividual citizens involving processing of taxes, permits and other 
forms. Many permits require in-field inspection to insure proper 
compliance and prevent violation of other resident's rights. This 
Board, after expending much effort on behalf of the Granite Hill 
Petitioneers, were requested to take no further action. The attempt 
of Land Vest to transfer land involved in a sub-division refusal in- 
volving previous owners is still pending. With regular meeting 
nights often being totally involved with meeting citizen needs, the 
schedule of additional work sessions has been greatly expanded. 

We sincerely thank the many residents that assume active roles 
of leadership in Town Agencies whose valuable assistance enables 
the Town to function smoothly. 

Leland B. Robbins 
Dana A. Taylor 
Charles A. Gilman 

Selectmen of Richmond 



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LIBRARIANS REPORT 

1977 

Circulation Data— 

Fiction 1521 

Non-Fiction 1140 

Juvenile 992 

Magazines 518 

Puzzles 18 

Patterns 2 

TOTAL 4191 

TOTAL for 1976 2817 

I am including the total circulation figure for 1976 to show the 
rise in this years figure. This brings our per capita figure to 9.8. 
This rise is mainly in the fiction field. Fictional paperbacks ac- 
count for most of this. In the non-fiction field our young people 
have been using our reference and special subject material more, 
adults have been using our books on all phases of country living, 
how-to books and crafts. Our magazine figure is almost double 
that of last year. My many thanks to all our contributors of 
periodical material. And another important factor-more people 
have been using the library. 

On the day of the dedication of the Archives and on Richmond Day 
the library played an active part. Exhibits from the archives at- 
tracted much attention and gave many people a chance to see the 
new addition. The Friends of the Library sponsored interesting 
and lucre tive sale tables at both functions and of course, books for 
sale attracted many buyers and browsers. The Friends sponsored a 
sale of baked beans, brown bread, apple pies and harvest produce 
in October. In November, the annual Holly Fair attracted many 
area craftsmen to exhibit and sell. Both events were financially 
successful. 

The Richmond Library cookbook was the project of the year for 
the Friends group. It was an outstanding achievment brought into 
being largely by the efforts of the late Virginia Oswald, former 
President of the Friends of the Library. This group is planning a 
new bookstack for the library in her memory. Ginny's cheerful 
presence is missed by us all. 

Those of you who have visited the library of late have noticed at- 
tractive new draperies all over the library. The material was pur- 
chased by the Friends and our good friend Norma Thibodeau tur- 
ned our addition into a sewing room for several weeks to make 
them up. They not only add to the attractiveness of the place but 

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keep out much of that chilly weather. 

On behalf of the Trustees and myself I want to thank all of you 
who have given books for our Memory Shelf, our regular shelves 
and to our book sales. Your continued interest is most valuable to 
us and we all appreciate it. 

Our hours are Tuesdays 3-8 P.M., Saturdays 2-5 P.M. In the 
summer members of the Friends group volunteer for the hours of 
6-8 P.M. Won't you plan to visit us soon? 

Respectfully submitted, 

Edith W. Atkins 

Librarian 

RICHMOND PUBLIC LIBRARY TRUSTEES, 

March 8, 1977 

For many years past, the Richmond Public Library trustees 
have not submitted an annual report, having fallen into a custom 
of letting the annual report of the Librarian suffice. However, the 
trustees have a responsibility of reporting yearly on their own 
behalf. They are therefor respectfully submitting this annual 
report for the year ending March 8, 1977, to the Town, without at- 
tempting to repeat anything Edith Atkins has already so well men- 
tioned, at the same time undertaking to submit subsequent 
statements in time to be printed in the Annual Reports of Rich- 
mond, each year. 

We accepted the donation of a culvert from Dana Taylor, 
provided ourselves with copies of the state laws governing library 
trustees, watched the educational film for library trustees, 
"Multiple Choice," from the State Library; installed a book drop 
so books can be returned outside of library hours, worked on a 
police identification list for library property, conferred with the 
Selectmen on the potable water problem resulting in Article 35 in 
the Warrant, handled numerous matters of the archives, also 
proposed to the Post Office Department a commemorative postage 
stamp for Richmond's mother of an American President, Eliza 
Ballou Garfield. We are discussing opening the library Thursdays 
6-8 p.m. in addition to the present hours with the Friends of the 
Richmond Library a volunteer group we hope always to encourage. 

During the year these groups used the newly enlarged library for 
meetings or sponsored activities a total of 42 times: Trustees, 
Bicentennial Commission, Girl Scouts and Friends of the Library. 
May we point out to church, recreation and other groups with 
events to which no admission is charged that the library has some 

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many fine and even amusing films which can be borrowed free of 
charge. 

We also have been working on a real country project for the 
library grounds hoping educationally to demonstrate (1) bringing 
back an old apple tree, (2) rescuing and getting grapes from a 
"lost" grape vine, and (3) demonstrating the identification and 
peculiarities of the Tamarack, a Richmond tree that although it is 
an evergreen sheds its leaves every winter only seeming dead, but 
can furnish posts lasting in the ground 20 years. 

Respectfully Submitted, 

Joseph G. Thibodeau 
Jane P. Jillson 
Alfred L. Faust 

LIBRARY TRUSTEES FINANCE REPORT 

Receipts 

Town Appropriation 1212.37 

Balance Carried forward 38.56 

Balance from previous appropriation 

year retained by library 250.00 



Total Receipts 1500.93 

Expenditures 

Salaries 400.00 

Books 660.50 

All other operating expenditures 268.44 
Total Expenditures 1328.94 

Balance at end of year 1 7 1 .99 

Total Expenditures 1500.93 

Total funds spent directly by town for upkeep, utilities 

and/or maintenance of library included in library budget. 588.07 

Town appropriation JL?12-37 

Total appropriation 1800.44* 

*note: over payment from town of 44' 

Respectfully submitted, Treasurer, Library Trustee 

Regina Suderman January 1, 1978 

Finances for the fiscal year beginning 1-1-77 ending 12-31-77 

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Below is the detailed extract of Richmond Public Library 
checking account #548 004 3 in the Cheshire National Bank for 
1976, at the end of which year that balance was $38.56. 

This was supported by payments from the Town Treasurer to 
Edith Atkins, Librarian: 

April 19, 1976 $300. 200 books and supplies 

100 shelving 

December 27, 1976 

December 27, 1976 $550. 350 salary 

200 books & supplies 
(shelving) 



$900 $900 



This was in accordance with the Town Meeting Results — 1976 
Article #16 "The Town voted to raise and appropriate the sum of 
$900.00 for the Library, $350.00 for salary, $400.00 for books and 
$150.00 for shelves, moved, seconded and motion carried. 

In addition in accordance with Chapter 202-A:23 of the State 
Law governing Public Libraries " — Exceptions.", the Trustees 
have Savings Account No. 115299 in the Cheshire National Bank 
under title of "Trustees, Richmond Town Library containing $10 
anonymously donated towards obtaining potable water. 

The Trustees must note that due to a transposition error they 
requested an operating budget of $1,050 for the Richmond Public 
Library in the 1977 budget. This should have beene $1,000, or $50 
less. 

Alfred L. Faust, 
Secretary 



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LIBRARY ACCOUNTS - 1976 



DATE 


Explanation 


Debit 


Credit Balance 


1/1/76 


Ck. Acct. Balance #5480043 
Cheshire National 




327.59 


1/14/76 


Deposit 




200.00 527.59 


2/9/76 


Ck. # 114 


88.10 


439.49 


2/9/76 


Ck. # 115 


150.00 


289.49 


2/13/76 


Ck. # 116 


18.57 


270.92 


2/13/76 


Ck. #117 


21.00 


249.92 


2/13/76 


Ck. # 118 


3.50 


246.42 


2/13/76 


Ck. # 119 


8.50 


237.92 


2/13/76 


Ck. # 120 


7.00 


230.92 


3/21-76 


Ck. # 121 


36.00 


194.92 


3/21/76 


Ck. # 122 


19.05 


175.87 


4/21/76 


Ck. # 123 


60.05 


115.82 


4/21/76 


Ck. # 124 


3.50 


112.32 


4/22/76 


Deposit 




200.00 312.32 


4/27/76 


Ck. # 125 


121.67 


190.65 


4/29/76 


Deposit 




124.67 315.32 


8/17/76 


Ck. # 126 


3.95 


311.37 


8/17/76 


Ck. # 127 


16.95 


294.42 


8/17/76 


Ck. # 128 


20.61 


273.81 


8/17/76 


Ck. # 129 


8.95 


264.86 


8/17/76 


Ck. # 130 


124.00 


140.86 


9/27/76 


Ck # 131 


21.00 


119.86 


12/14/76 


Ck. # 132 


32.80 


87.06 


12/14/76 


Ck. # 133 


15.90 


71.16 


12/14/76 


Ck # 134 


3.95 


67.21 


12/28/76 


Ck # 135 


28.65 


38.56 



813.70 



524.67 



March 5, 1977 



Sworn and attested to by 
•Joseph G. Thibodeau, Treasurer 



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Report of 
FIRE CHIEF 

I hereby submit my report to the selectmen and the citizens of 
Richmond for the year ending Dec. 31, 1977. 

In the year 1977 we had several small forest fires one building 
fire at Whipple hill, also several chimney fires. 

We cleaned cut brush around three waterholes, one on Rte. 119 
by Guy Packards, one on 119 by Beers and one on Rte. 32 by 
Thompsons. 

We were fortunate to receive 400 dollars from the Rural Com- 
munity Fire protection grants through the department of Resour- 
ces and economic development which we had to match. We bought 
500 ft. of VA in. hose, 200 ft. 2V& in. hose. 

At this time I would like to thank everyone who worked on 
trucks and equipment when needed. Especially want to thank 
Meadowood and surrounding towns of Swanzey, Winchester and 
Fitzwilliam for help through Mutual Aid. 

Respectfully Submitted, 

Robert Van Brocklin 
Chief Richmond Fire Dept. 

By authority of the State of New Hampshire the Forest Fire 
Warden controls all outside burning in his town, except backyard 
cooking fires. Any person wishing to kindle a fire when the ground 
is not covered with snow, must obtain a fire permit free of cost 
from the Town Forest Fire Warden. No permits will be issued for 
fires between the hrs. of 9 A.M. and 5 P.M. unless it is raining. 

Robert Van Brocklin 
Forest Fire Warden 

To Citizens of Richmond: 

Your financial support of Meadowood is sincerely appreciated by 
all. 

It is only through such financial help that Meadowood can con- 
tinue in its vital role of furnishing the area with highly 
specialized fire-fighting and rescue equipment, and training 
facilities for area firemen. 

We are pleased to include your name on our Supporting Mem- 
bership List and to enclose your membership card. 

Sincerely, 

Charles J. Hanrahan 
Chairman, Executive Committee 
Board of Directors 

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To all of our friends in the Richmond Fire Dept., all of us at 
Meadowood send our most sincere and grateful thanks to the mem- 
bers of the Richmond Dept. 

Your continued support is most gratefully appreciated. 

Sincerely 
Charles Hanrahan 

ANNUAL REPORT - 1977 
RICHMOND BICENTENNIAL COMMISSION 

1977 the two hundred twentyfifth anniversary year of the Town 
of Richmond marked the third and final year of the Bicentennial 
Commissions existence. The highlight of events planned by the 
commission was the dedication day of the Richmond Archives on 
May 30, 1977. The luncheon which included a two tiered birthday 
cake made by Dorothy Robbins, the archives open house, re- 
enactments of the return of the delegation from Vermont and the 
first Town Meeting, performed by the Selectmen and the Fire 
Department, the return after forty years of the original Richmond 
Weights and Measures by Professor Richard Martin and the many 
other gifts to the Archives are all deeply appreciated. We wish to 
thank everyone for making this historic event such a success. 
Many townspeople and guests enjoyed the day. 

The two hundred twentyfifth anniversary quilt has been given to 
the archives. Those who participated in its making felt it too his- 
torical to leave town. The archives is open by appointment by con- 
tacting the newly appointed archivist, Priscfila Longden. It is 
hoped that the archives will grow in the years to come. 

The remaining 225th and bicentennial plates have been given to 
the archives to help support it with the exception of five of each 
which will remain permanently as historical momentoes. 

Our July 4 raffle funds were used to help defray expenses of our 
dedication day luncheon. The efforts of the Conservation Com- 
mission to restore the Quaker Cemetary have been of great as- 
sistance to us in carrying out our "heritage" project. The Bicen- 
tennial Commission would like to see this historic cemetary main- 
tained and so we have established, in the hands of the Con- 
servation Commission, a five hundred dollar gift, the income of 
which is to be used for upkeep of the Quaker Cemetary ( still owned 
by the Quakers according to the Cheshire registry of deeds and 
therefore not subject to town maintainence.). 

Microfilm of some early town documents is being ordered from 
the Church of the Latter-Day Saints, so that early records of the 
town will be in the archives. The library will have a few new books 
in the history line as our final funds will be a gift for this purpose. 

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In summary may we thank everyone for their support in helping 
us to observe the birth of our country and the anniversary of our 
town. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Norma C. Thibodeau 
Chairman 

Three Year Final Financial Report from the 
Richmond Bicentennial Commission 

1975 Income: 

Approp. $ 218.75 

NHARBC Grant to the Richmond 
Bicentennial Commission (to be 
matched by funds raised by 

the Commission) $1,000.00 

Friends of the Lib. $488.00 

Plate sales, raffle $662.86 

Total $2,640.81 

Expenditures 

Archives & Periodicals Room $2,145.28 
Bicent. Plates, & Quilts 455.41 



TOTAL 




$2,600.69 


1976 Carried forward from 1976 




40.12 


Income: 






Plate sales and Raffle 


1,033.88 




Donations 


25.00 





TOTAL 1,099.00 

Expenditures: 

Anniversary Plates $150.00 

Parade, films, State of 

N. H., Bicentennial Album 

Police duty $246.21 

TOTAL $396.21 

1977 Carried forward $702.79 

Income Plate sales, raffle, donations $340.21 

Total $1,043.00 

Expenditures: 

Conservation Commission $500.00 

Richmond Library 87.15 

Archive materials 187.90 

Archives dedication 189.26 

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Album, marker, freight 78.69 

TOTAL $1043.00 

Final balance 12-31-77 000.00 

NOTE: Town Appropriations for 1975, 1976, ex- 
pended directly by selectmen see Town report 
for those years. 

Report of the 
PLANNING BOARD 

Your Planning Board was busy this year in writing a new 
Zoning Ordinance for our town. 

We took the best parts of the proposed ordinance of 1976 and ad- 
ded the many suggestions we received from you, to come up with a 
workable ordinance that we are proud of. 

The two Public Hearings were held November 16 and December 
7, and although these were not heavily attended, the people 
present were very helpful in finalizing the Ordinance that we sin- 
cerely hope you will "vote in" at the March 1978 Town Meeting. 

In reviewing 1977, in addition to the new ordinance, we also ap- 
proved the following subdivisions: Bucknell Subdivision on Route 
32, North; Ruby Austins subdivision on Monument Road; Donald 
Bryants subdivision on Route 32, South (who also donated 56.7 
acres to Camp Takodah;) Cragin Curtis subdivision on Mill Road; 
Guy Packards subdivision on Route 119, East; Ruby Austins sub- 
division which was a boundry change between two owners; and the 
Kurt Richter subdivision on Martin Road. 

As requested at a Public Hearing in December a joint meeting of 
the Board of Selectmen, the Conservation Committee, and the 
Planning Board met with the representatives of Tenneco in 
reference to locating the underground gas pipe line going through 
Richmond. 

The Planning Board members thank you for your support. 

Respectfully submitted, 

George R. Blais, Chairman 

Jerry Merrifield, Vice-Chairman 

Betty Wicks, Secretary 

Dana Taylor, Selectman Representative 

Harry Bennett, Conservation Committee Repres. 

Joan Quintard 

Biff Mahoney 

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Annual Report 1977 
Richmond Recreation Committee 

The year 1977 was a very busy one for the Recreation Com- 
mittee. We started the year out with a Band Concert presented by 
the Winchester Jr. High School. This was held after a Church sup- 
per at the Veteran's Hall and attendance was the best in a long 
time. 

In April we took the children bowling at the Winchester Com- 
munity House. This is something which is done every April 
vacation for all Richmond choldren, regardless of age. Ap- 
proxatemately 30 children attended and a good time was had by 
all. 

An adult dance was held in May. Music was provided by the 
"Good Time Neighbors". W r e had good attendance with about 60 
people present. Light refreshments were served. 

July was an exceptionally busy month for us this year. As I'm 
sure you all know, the Recreation Committee sponsored the parade 
this year which was held July 2nd in conjuction with the Firemen's 
BBQ. The day was ideal and attendance perfect. We hope everyone 
enjoyed it, especially the fact that we were able to have 
M.R.H.S. band. I would like to take this time to thank all who 
helped to make it possible. It was a lot of work but worth every 
minute of it. The committee also sponsored games that afternoon 
behind the Fire Station. That same evening we held a Disco Dance 
at the Fire Station which featured T.J. the D.J. This was a free 
dance and open to all ages. Many of the children enjoyed them- 
selves along with their parents! 

Swimming lessons began July 5th and ran until Aug. 18th. 
About 40 Richmond children took advantage of these free lesson. 

Day Camp ran the last full week of July with about 36 town 
children in attendance. Our councilor this year was Roland Morin 
from Manchester, N. H. Our Jr. Councilors were Ferd Ahlberg, Jr., 
Stacey Brooks and Betsy Jillson. 

Camp Tokodah Camperships this year were given to Tommy 
Hillock, Scott Fisher, Kathy White and Melissa Davis. We hope 
they all enjoyed their camp stays. 

In late August the children had an opportunity to see Pinochio 
at the Keene Summer Theater. 

With October came ghosts and goblins and Halloween parties. 
This year we sponsored a Halloween Costume dance for adults. 
Everyone in coustume got in free. Prizes were given for Most 
Original, Funniest & Ugliest. Music was provided by the Crystal 
Lattice. The turn out was very good and costumes were excellent. 

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On Monday, Oct. 31st we had our annual Halloween party for 
the children. Judging was also done here and prizes awarded. We 
were able to get a Laurel and Hardy film for everyone s enjoyment. 

Santa came to the Veterans Hall on Sunday Dec. 18th. His sack 
was full of surprises for all town children. Refreshments were ser- 
ved and a nice visit with Santa enjoyed by all. 

We feel we had a very sucessful year and would like to thank 
everyone who helped us to make it possible. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mary J. Taylor, Chairman Helen Blais 

Dale Randall, Secretary Sue Brewer 

Jean Ahlberg, Treasurer Suzanne Whittemore 

Pat Webber 



RECREATION COMPLEX COMMITTEE 

In our second year of existance we tried to continue the develop- 
ment of our land behind the Fire Department. Our request for 
$2500, was cut down to $500. at Town Meeting. This did not allow 
us to do much but cut the trees behind the Library, remove the 
stumps and to add a little gravel fill for our proposed playground 
area. Hopefully the townspeople will consider this years proposal 
for funds so we may improve the area for our children. 

Respectfully submitted, 

George R. Blais, Chairman Harry Bennett 

Sue Brewer, Secretary Lee Robbins 

Bob Van Brocklin 

Report of the 
RICHMOND CEMETERY COMMITTEE 

To the Board of Selectmen: 

The usual care of the Middle Town Cemetery and the South 
Cemetery has been maintained, and the Benson Cemetery has been 
mowed. The brush was cleared out on the north wall of the Middle 
Town Cemetery, and the wall between the South Cemetery and the 
Earl R. Howard Memorial Cemetery was cleared. The dead wood 
was pruned out of the ornamental shrubs in the various 
cemeteries. Trees and shrubs suffered considerable damage caused 
by the severe ice storm. All resultant debris has been cleaned up 
and removed. 

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Families are beginning to purchase lots in the Earl R. Howard 
Memorial Cemetery, and anyone wishing to have a choice of lots in 
this peaceful spot should contact Valma Davis, our secretary. We 
are fortunate to have this cemetery finished because, with the ex- 
ception of a few individual burial spots in the South Cemetery 
which are reserved by the cemetery committee for the interment of 
residents whom the selectmen certify as being unable to pay for a 
lot, the only burial lots remaining in town are in this area. 

Our goals for the year 1978 are to fill some graves, repair and 
straighten some monuments, and to try to lay up the north wall of 
the South Cemetery as much as possible. We believe that we can 
accomplish this and provide the usual maintenance within the 
$500.00 requested from the town for the coming year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Jane Jillson, Chairman 

Valma E. Davis, Secretary 

Harry J. Bennett 

NOTE: In connection with the Benson Cemetery, Michael Jillson 
has been doing extensive work in the field of mapping the area and 
cataloging the known graves. He is doing this as a Boy Scout 
citizenship project. We wish to extend to him our sincere thanks 
and wish him well in this worthwhile endeavor. 

Valma E. Davis 
Harry J. Bennett 

Report of the 
RICHMOND CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

To the Board of Selectmen: 

According to the provisions of the Enabling Act, under which 
the Richmond Conservation Commission was established, the 
Commission hereby presents an account of its activities for the 
year ending December 31, 1977: 

1. Under the above mentioned Act, the Commission may appoint 
persons who have special talents or interests as associate members 
to assist it in its programs. These associate members are 
privileged to have an input in our deliberations but have no vote. 

The Commission appointed Luke Faust, who is always working 
in our Town Forest and is an avid student of forest magazines, of- 
ten contributing much input in the area of forest problems; Robert 
Schofield, who has shown an active interest in our work; and 
William Suderman, whose photographic talents will be a great as- 
set to our endeavors from time to time. 

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2. The Commission has held regular meetings every month, as 
well as numerous work sessions. After the minutes of the meetings 
have been approved, a copy of them is sent to the selectmen each 
month. 

3. Under the direction of Mr. Fred Toot, the weed control 
program at Cass Pond was monitored and the results checked by 
Mr. Knowlton, a state pond specialist. Mr. Jones again made 
regular observations, and luckily, there were no serious outbreaks 
this year. Commissioner Jeff Taylor organized a work group, 
which removed several loads of weeds from the pond. 

4. The Commission manned an informational booth at the An- 
nual Richmond Town Fair and disseminated pamphlets on all 
facets of water quality control, soil erosion, forest management, 
and other related subjects. 

5. Commission members have done more timber stand im- 
provement work in the Town Forest. 

6. In view of the fact that the Quaker Cemetery does not belong 
to the town, the Commission voted to accept a donation of $500.00 
from the Bicentennial Commission to be held in a special account, 
the interest from which may be expended by the Commission for 
the maintenance of the cemetery. So much effort was made to res- 
tore the cemetery that it seems imperative that it be prevented 
from returning to the wilderness condition which existed prior to 
the restoration. Therefore, to Commission agreed to assume the 
responsibility for its preservation. 

7. Although the Commission tried valiently to rectify the 
damage created by an unauthorized filling of a wetland area near 
the Four Corners, the New Hampshire Special Water Control 
Board refused to co-operate. For this, and other obvious reasons, 
the Conservation Commission strongly urges everyone to vote 
favorably on the revised zoning ordinance, which not only makes 
the entire ordinance easier to understand, but also would establish 
a Wetland District. This would give us some local control over 
wetland activities. 

8. Our group has been active in the discussions between the 
townspeople and the Tenneco gas officials, who may run a gas line 
route through the town. We would like to have it go on the exis- 
ting power line land, but we have tried to present a compromise 
route, which the Tenneco officials have promised to explore. 

9. Our main objective for 1978 is to be able to accumulate 
enough funds to repair the Town Forest road sufficiently to allow 
Richmond citizens to have safe access into the Forest and to 
enable them, under supervision, to obtain firewood from trees 
which we have treated and marked for removal. This would not 
only improve the Forest, but would also provide fuel for those not 

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owning woodlots. 

We thank you all for your support in 1977, and we look forward 
to serving you in 1978. 

The Financial Statements are as follows: 

Richmond Conservation Commission Regular Fund 

Balance in Cheshire National Bank, January 1, 1977 $834.44 

Receipts: 

Interest $42.47 

Maps 1.00 

Donations 15.00 58.47 

TOTAL RECEIPTS $892.91 

Disbursements: 

Dues to N. H. Assoc, of 

Conservations $25.00 

Vegetation Control Service 10.00 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS 35.00 

Balance on hand December 31, 1977 $857.91 



Medium Intensity Soil Survey Fund 

Balance in Cheshire National Bank, January 1, 1977 $262.58 

Receipts: 

Interest $13.64 13.64 

TOTAL RECEIPTS $276.22 

Disbursements: None 

Balance on hand, December 31, 1977 $276.22 

Cass Pond Preservation Fund 

Balance in Cheshire National Bank, January 1, 1977 $317.07 

Receipts: 

Interest $14.00 14.00 

TOTAL RECEIPTS $331.07 

Disbursements 

Robert Knowlton, Consultant $100.00 

Jeffrey Jones - Weed Treatment 100.00 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS 200.00 

Balance on hand, December 31, 1977 $131.07 

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Quaker Cemetery Account 
Receipts: 

Donation $500.00 
Interest $1.88 

TOTAL RECEIPTS $501.88 

Disbursements: None 

Balance on hand, December 31, 1977 $501.88 

Respectfully submitted, 

Harry J. Bennett, Chairman 
Evert O. Quintard, Treasurer 
Norman Tandy, Secretary 
Jeffrey Taylor 
Stewart R. James 



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TOWN OF RICHMOND 

List of Adults and Children who 
Live Permanently in Town as of June 30, 1977 

(Residents, Age 18 to 65) 



Ackler, Lynn 
Ackler, Dorothy 
Ahlberg, Ferdinand 
Ahlberg, Jean 
Aldrich, Theodore 
Aldrich, Jaye 
Austin, Robert 
Austin, Virginia 
Bartos, Richard 
Bartos, Betty 
Beers, Mary Hawley 
Bennett, Shaun 
Bennett, Sara 
Bigda, Richard 
Bigda, Joan 
Bischof , Joseph 
Blair, Harold 
Blair, Patsy 
Blackledge, James 
Blackledge, Maureen 
Blais, George 
Blais, Helena 
Boutwell, Richard 
Bradshaw, Walter 
Bradshaw, Jill 
Brewer, Geraldine 
Brewer, Timothy 
Brewer, Susan 
Brewer, Kevin 
Brewer, Mary 
Brooks, Roger 
Brooks, Phyllis 
Burns, Brian 
Bush, Marshall 
Calzini, Richard 
Calzini, Joseph 
Calzini, Diane 
Carrier, Roger, Sr. 
Carrier, Mary 
Carrier, Roger, Jr. 
Carrier, Rae 
Carrier, Robert 
Carpenter, Stanley 
Carpenter, Madelyn 
Castine, Richard 
Castine, Edna 
Castine, Dorothy 
Conway, Allan 
Coutts, Robert 
Coutts, Madeline 



Coy, Robert 
Coy, Martha 
Coy, Charlie 
Crile, Don 
Davis, Leonard 
Davis, Valma E. 
Davis, Wendy 
DeSalles, Evelyn 
Dell, Anthony 
Dietrich, Philip 
Dietrich, Adele 
Dick, Anita 
Dodier, Philip 
Dodier, Judith 
Doubleday, Milton 2nd 
Doubleday, Sandra 
Doubleday, Milton 3rd 
Dugan, Ella 
Durling, Patricia 
Durling, Mark 
Durling, Judith 
Farnum, Edith 
Fournier, David 
Foote, Richard 
Foote, Sheila 
Frampton, David 
Frampton, Margaret 
Finley, James 
Finley, Olive 
Gilman, Charlie 
Gilman, Judith 
Gamarlo, Barbara 
Gorman, Robert 
Gorman, Judith 
Graves, David 
Graves, Judith 
Hamm, George 
Hamm, Verena 
Hammond, Horace 
Harvey, Alan 
Hawley, Gordon 
Hawley, Mary 
Heise, Shirley 
Herman, Tom 
Hewlett, David 
Hillock, Homer 
Hillock, Zelma 
Hillock, John 
Hillock, Audrey 
Hillock, James 



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Hillock, Melody 

Hillock, Ralph 

Hillock, Beverly 

Holm, Donald 

Holm, Marion 

Holman, Orrin 

Holman, Diane 

Hull, Ma 'Carry 

James, Stewart R. 

Jarvis, Donald 

Jarvis, Arlene 

Jillson, Francis 

Jillson, Jane 

Johnson, C. Walter 

Kleeman, Christopher 

Krise, George 

Krise, Janice 

L'Abbe. Linda 

LaBelle, Grover 

LaBelle, Marilyn 

LaBelle. Rita M 

Lane, Richard 

Lane, Katherine 

Lane, Kenneth 

Lane, Karen 

Lanick, Jerry 

Lanick. Marion 

Lawrence, Linda 

Lescynski, Henry 

Lescynski. Nancy 

Lewandowski. Richard (S \\ 

Longdon, John 

Longdon, Priscilla 

Lord. Harry 

Lounder, Arthur 

Lounder, Margaret 

Lounder. Dorothy 

Lutz, Geraldine 

McCann, Michael 

McCann, Betsy 

Mahoney, Brian 

Marrer, Kenneth 

Marrer, Mary Jane 

Marrer. Linda 

Marsh, Russell 

Martin, Edward L. Jr. 

Mattson, Gerald 

Mattson, B Eleanor 

Mattson. G. Tanton 

Mattson, Janice 

Mattson, Kendall 

Mattson, Kerwin 

Mattson. Kandace 

Mattson, Weldon 

May, Richard 

May, Shirley 



Merrifield, Jerald 
Merrifield, Susan 
Merrifield, Francis 
Merrifield, Velma 
Merrifield, Louise 
Millard, Michael 
Milonas, Charles 
Moore, Marion 
Myers, Roger 
Myers, Dorothy 
Orcutt, Margaret 
Oswald, Virginia 
Packard, Robert 
Packard, Susan 
Parsells, Donald 
Parsells, Linda 
Patnode, Henri 
Patnode, Maureen 
Pearsall, William 
Pearsall, Andrea 
Pearsall, Diane 
Quint, John D. 
Quintard, Evert 
Quintard, Joan 
Randall, Rodney 
Randall, Dale 
Remick, Bertha 
Rice, James 
Rice, Martha 
Rice, Frank 
Rice, Winifred 
Rizzo, Anthony 
Rizzo, Judith 
Robbins, Leland B. 
Robbins, Louise 
Robbins, Raymond 
Rogers, Stillman 
Rogers, Barbara 
Ruscoe, Catherine 
Schofield, Robert 
Schofield, Mary 
Sheppard, Stephen 
Smart, Howard 
Smart, Dorothy 
Stone, Helen 
Swanson, Marcia 
Swanson, Carl W. 
Swanson, Francine 
Swanson, James 
Swanson, Gail 
Sweeney, Lawrence 
Sweeney, Dorothy 
Suderman, William 
Suderman, Regina 
Tandy, Norman 
Tandy, Jean 



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Tandy, Peter 
Taylor, Dana 

Taylor, Mary 
Taylor, Jeffrey 
Taylor, Christine 
Thibodeau, Joseph 
Thibodeau, Norma 
Thresher, Elmer 
Thresher, Hazel 
VanBrocklin, Robert 
VanBrocklin, Sylvia 
VanBrocklin, Hugh 
VanBrocklin, Allison 
VAnValzah, Robert 
VanValzah, Doris 
Tilton, Nathan 
Waldron, Guy 

Ahlberg, Evelyn 
Austin, Ruby 
Baker, Irene 
Ballou, Henry 
Beers Mae Gates 
Bennett, Harry 
Bennett, Jennie 
Cass, Lyman 
Dickinson, Harold 
Dugan, Robert 
Farnum, Harry 
Fournier, Margaret 
Faust, Alfred 
Faust, Beatrix 
Glick, John A. 
Glick, Harriet 
Hapgood, Charles 
Heald, Elva 
Heise, Roy 
Hunter, James 
Hunter, Ruth 
Johnson, Mary A. 
Knight, Ralph 
Knight, Hazel 
LaBelle, Leon 

Ahlberg, Ferdinand 2nd 
Ahlberg, Melissa 
Ahlberg, Nils 
Austin, Robert 
Austin, Mary Susan 
Bigda, David 
Bigda, Sharon 
Bigda, Lisa 
Blair, Harold Jr. 
Blais, Fred 
Blais, Ruth 



Waldron, Jane 
Walker, Bruce 
Walker, Michele 
Warme, Marguarite 

Webber, C. Richard 
Webber, F. Patricia 
Whittemore, Peter 
Whittemore, Suzanne 
Whiton, Margaret 
Wicks, Arthur 
Wicks, Elizabeth 
Wilson, Jon 
Wilson, Scott 
Youst, Jeremy 
Zachai. Dorian 
Wyman, Robert 

Elderly 65 and Over 

Leeman, Maymie 
Lowerre, Morse Jr. 
Martin, Eunice 
Moore, William 
Morse, Harry 
Morse, Effie 
Morse, Franklin 
Nagine, Anthony 
Orcutt, Philip D. 
Packard, Guy 
Packard, Mona 
Robbins, Dorothy 
Sporie, Carl 
Steinberg, Herbert 
Stinson, Arthur 
Stinson, Ruby 
Swanson, Edwin W. R. 
Sweeney, Francis 
Sweeney, Louise 
Thompson, Johanne 
Warme, Rune 
White, Maud 
Whitney, Emily 
Whitney, Grace 

SCHOOL CHILDREN 

Brooks, Stacy 
Brooks, George 
Brooks, Eric 
Brooks, Kelley 
Brunk, Kathryn Ann 
Carrier, Betty 
Castine, William 
Castine, Laurie 
Castine, David 
Conway, Barbara 
Conway, Barbara 



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Davis, Dennis 
Dodier, Debbie 
Durling, Ted 
Foote, Tracy 
Foote, Mark 
Foote, Stephenie 
Gorman, Melissa 
Graves, Craig 
Graves, Crescent 
Graves, Cory 
Hamm, Juli 
Hawley, David 
Hawley, Allison 
Heise, Roy Jr. 
Huebner, Holly 
Huebner, Jennifer 
Hillock, William 
Hillock, John Jr. 
Hillock, Tommy 
Holm, Donald Jr. 
Jillson, Michael 
Jillson, Jennifer 
Jillson, Betsy 
Marrer, Nancy 
Marrer, Michael 
Mattson, Duane 
May, Ernest 
Merrifieid, Jennifer 



Bigda, Dawn 
Blair, Burt Allen 
Blais, Roxanne 
Bradshaw, Chad 
Brewer, Sean 
Brewer, Christopher 
Brooks, Heather 
Carrier, Amy 
Carrier, Yvonne 
Davis, Gary Jr. 
Davis, Sarah 
Dodier, David 
Fisher, Timothy 
Frampton, Sarah 
Frampton, David A. 
Gorman, Sasha 
Hillock, Vicky Lynn 
Hillock, James Jr. 
Hillock, Jennifer 
Hillock, Catherine 
Holman, Sarah 
Holman, Erin Marie 
Jarvis, Jesse Ralph 
Jarvis, Joshua 
L'Abbe, Rodney Jr. 
L'Abbe, Derek 



Patnode, Jackie 
Pearsall, Billy 
Pearsall, Patricia 
Pearsall, John 
Royar, Garth 
Royar, Katrina 
Randall, John 
Randall, Tommy 
Rice, James 
Rice, Diane 
Robbins, Brenda 
Robbins, Stacy 
Swanson, Carl 
Swanson, Christine 
Swanson, Sherry 
Sweeney, William 
Sweeney, Bryon 
Taylor, Kris 
Thibodeau, Wendy 
Thompson, Carol 
VanValzah, Robbie 
Waldron, Kristin 
Waldron, Clark A. 
White, Bruce 
White, Crissy 
White, Cathy 



PRE SCHOOL CHILDREN 



Lane, Nathan 
Lutz, Courtney 
Lutz, Leighton 
Mahoney, Sean 
Mattson, Airial Bessie 
May, Debbie 
May, Diane 
May, Rebekah 
Merrifieid, Laurie 
Patch, Katine 
Packard, William Leslie 
Pearsall, Andrew 
Remick, Matthew 
Rizzo, Angela 
Rogers, Juliette M. 
Schofield, Asher 
Sheppard, Jesse 
Suderman, Jason 
Swanson, James A. 
Swanson, Timothy 
Sweeney, Rebekah Joy 
Sweeney, April Dawn 
Sweeney, Benjamin 
Taylor, Dana A. 
Taylor, Kerri Jean 
Taylor, Julie 



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Taylor, Jennifer Webber, Margaret 

Taylor, Justin Whittemore, Melissa 

Thibodeau, Robert Whittemore, Dennis 



HEALTH OFFICERS REPORT 

This year as Richmond Health Officer, inspection and approval 
of two privies was made. 

On three occasions, water samples were taken from Cass Pond 
and analyzed by the City of Keene. The test results showed Cass 
Pond to be a safe place for water sports. 

There were reports of dog bites and one report of a child with 
head lice was received. 

Peter Whittemore 
Health Officer 



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DOG LIST 



OWNERS NMi 


an.m 


F 


SF 


OWNERS 


NM un.m F 


SF 


Ahlberg, Jean 






1 


Marz, Bonita 




1 


Baird, Tom 






1 


Mattson, Duane 


1 




Baker, Irene 


1 






Mattson, B. Eleanor 




1 


Bartos, Richard 






1 


Mattson, Kerwin 


3 




Bennett, Shaun 






1 


McCann, Kelly 




3 


Bigda, Richard 


1 






Merrifield, Francis 


1 




Bradshaw, Walter 


1 


1 




Merrifield, Velma 


1 




Brewer, Geraldine 




1 




Merrifield, Velma 




1 


Brewer, Timothy 






1 


Merrifield, Jerald 


1 


1 


Burns, Brian 






1 


Nagine, Anthony 


1 




Bush, Marshall 


1 




1 


Oswald, Virginia 


1 




Calzini, David 






1 


Packard, Guy 


2 




Calzini, Richard 1 








Parsells, Donald 


1 




Castine, Richard 






1 


Patnode, Henri 


1 




Chase, Edith 


1 






Patnode, Maureen 


2 




DeSalles, Evelyn 


1 






Quintard, Evert 




1 


Dick, Anita 


1 






Randall, Rodney 


1 




Dodier, Philip 


1 






Robbins, Lee 


1 




Doubleday, Milton 2nd 




2 




Smart, Howard 


1 




Dugan, Robert 


1 




1 


Swanson, Edwin 


1 




Durling, Patricia 




1 




Sweeney, Francis 


1 




Farnum, Edith 


2 




1 


Sweeney, Lawrence 


1 




Foote, Richard 


1 






Tandy, Kristin 


1 




Fournier, David Kennel 








Tandy, Norman 


1 




Frampton, David 






1 


Taylor, Dana 


1 




Gamarlo, Barbara 




1 




Taylor, Jeffrey 


1 




Gilman, Charlie 


1 






Tilton, Nathan 


1 1 




Gorman, Robert 


1 


1 




Thibodeau, Norma 


1 




Graves, David 




1 




Thresher, Elmer 


1 




Hamm, George 






1 


VanBrocklin, Robert 


1 




Hammond, Horace 






1 


VanBrocklin, Hugh 


1 




Herman, Tom 


1 






VanValzah, Doris 


1 




Hillock, Audrey 


1 






Waldron, Guy 


1 




Hillock, Ralph 


1 






Walker, Bruce 


1 




Hollock, Beverly 




1 




Warme, Rune 


1 




Hooper, Terrance 


1 






Wilcox, Fred 


1 




James, Stewart R. 


1 






Youst, Jeremy 




1 


Jarvis, Donald 






1 








Johnson, Mary 


2 






Added Dog Taxes 






Kleeman, Chris. 


1 






Blais, George 


1 




Knight, Ralph 


1 






Leather, Paul 


1 




Krise, George 




2 




Milonas, Charles 




1 


LaBelle, Marilyn Kennel 








Longdon, John 


1 




Lescynski, Nancy 






1 


Davis, Leonard 




1 


Marrer, Kenneth 




1 










Mahoney, Brian 


1 













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Ackler, Lynn 


$10.00 


Ahlberg, Ferdinand 


10.00 


Ahlberg, Jean 


10.00 


Aldrich, Theodore 


10.00 


Aldrich, J aye 


10.00 


Austin, Robert 


10.00 


Austin, Virginia 


10.00 


Baird, Thomas 


10.00 


Bartos, Richard 


10.00 


Beers, Mary 


10.00 


Bennett, Shaun 


10.00 


Bennett, Sara 


10.00 


Bigda, Richard 


10.00 


Bigda, Joan 


10.00 


Blackledge, James 


10.00 


Blackledge, Maureen 


10.00 


Blair, Harold 


10.00 


Blair, Patsy 


10.00 


Bischof, Joseph 


10.00 


Blais, George 


10.00 


Blais, Helena 


10.00 


Blais, Christine 


10.00 


Boutwell, Richard 


10.00 


Bradshaw, Walter 


10.00 


Bradshaw, Jill 


10.00 


Brewer, Geraldine 


10.00 


Brewer, Timothy 


10.00 


Brewer, Susan 


10.00 


Brewer, Kevin 


10.00 


Brewer, Mary 


10.00 


Brewer, Keith 


10.00 


Brooks, Roger 


10.00 


Brooks, Phyllis 


10.00 


Burns, Brian 


10.00 


Bush, Marshall 


10.00 


Calzini, Richard 


10.00 


Calzini, Joseph 


10.00 


Calzini, Irene 


10.00 


Carrier, Roger Sr. 


10.00 


Carrier, Mary 


10.00 


Carrier, Roger Jr. 


10.00 


Carrier, Rae 


10.00 


Carpenter, Stanley 


10.00 


Carpenter, Madelyn 


10.00 


Castine, Richard 


10.00 


Castine, Edna 


10.00 


Castine, Dorothy 


10.00 


Conway, Allen 


10.00 


Coutts, Robert 


10.00 


Coutts, Madeline 


10.00 


Coy, Charlie 


10.00 


Coy, Robert 


10.00 


Coy, Martha 


10.00 


Crile, Don 


10.00 



Davis, Leonard 


10.00 


Davis, Valma E. 


^Tom 


Davis, Wendy 


\<sm 


Dell, Anthony 


10.00 


DeSalles, Evelyn 


10.00 


Dietrich, Philip 


10.00 


Dietrich, Adele 


10.00 


Dick, Anita 


10.00 


Dodier, Philip 


10.00 


Dodier, Judith 


10.00 


Doubleday, Milton 3rd 


10.00 


Doubleday, Milton 2nd 


10.00 


Doubleday, Sandra 


10.00 


Dugan, Ella 


10.00 


Durling, Patricia 


10.00 


Durling, Mark 


10.00 


Durling, Judith 


10.00 


Farnum, Edith 


10.00 


Finley, James 


10.00 


Finley, Olive 


10.00 


Foote, Richard 


10.00 


Foote, Sheila 


10.00 


Fournier, David 


10.00 


Frampton, David 


10.00 


Frampton, Margaret 


10.00 


Gamarlo, Barbara 


10.00 


Gilman, Charlie 


10.00 


Gilman, Judith 


10.00 


Gorman, Robert 


10.00 


Gorman, Judith 


10.00 


Graves, David 


10.00 


Graves, Judith 


10.00 


Hamm, George 


10.00 


Hamm, Verena 


10.00 


Hammond, Horace 


10.00 


Harvey, Alan 


10.00 


Hawley, Gordon 


10.00 


Hawley, Mary 


10.00 


Hewlett, David 


10.00 


Heise, Shirley 


10.00 


Herman, Tom 


10.00 


Hillock, Homer 


10.00 


Hillock, Zelma 


10.00 


Hillock, John 


10.00 


Hillock, Audrey 


10.00 


Hillock, Ralph 


lo.od 


Hillock, Beverly 


10.00 


Holm, Donald 


10.00 


Holm, Marion 


10.00 


Holman, Orrin 


10.00 


Holman, Diane 


10.00 


James, Stewart Ross 


$10.00 


Jarvis, Donald 


10.00 


Jarvis, Arlene 


10.00 



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Jillson, Francis 


10.00 


Jillson, Jane 


10.00 


Johnson, C. Walter 


10.00 


Krise, George 


10.00 


Krise, Janice 


10.00 


Kleeman, Christopher 


10.00 


LaBelle, Grover 


10.00 


LaBelle, Marilyn 


10.00 


L'Abbe, Linda 


10.00 


Lane, Richard 


10.00 


Lane, Katherine 


10.00 


Lane, Kenneth 


10.00 


Lane, Karen 


10.00 


Lescynski, Henry 


10.00 


Lescynski, Nancy 


10.00 


Longdon, John 


10.00 


Longdon, Priscilla 


10.00 


Lord, Harry 


10.00 


Lounder, Arthur 


10.00 


Lounder, Margaret 


10.00 


Lounder, Dorothy 


10.00 


Lutz, Geraldine 


10.00 


Mahoney, Brian 


10.00 


Marrer, Kenneth 


10.00 


Marrer, Mary Jane 


10.00 


Marrer, Linda 


10.00 


McCann, Mike 


10.00 


McCann, Betsy 


10.00 


Marsh, Russell 


10.00 


Martin, Edward L. Jr. 


10.00 


Mattson, Gerald 


10.00 


Mattson, B. Eleanor 


10.00 


Mattson, Kandace 


10.00 


Mattson, Kerwin 


10.00 


Mattson, Kendall 


10.00 


Mattson, G. Tanton 


10.00 


Mattson, Janice 


10.00 


Mattson, Weldon 


10.00 


McAllister, Bertha 


10.00 


Merrifield, Francis 


10.00 


Merrifield, Velma 


10.00 


Merrifield, Louise 


10.00 


Merrifield, Jerald 


10.00 


Merrifield, Susan 


10.00 


May, Richard 


10.00 


May, Shirley 


10.00 


Millard, Michael 


10.00 


Milonas, Charles 


10.00 


Moore, Marion 


10.00 


Myers, Roger 


10.00 


Myers, Dorothy 


10.00 


Orcutt, Margaret M. 


10.00 


Oswald, Virginia 


10.00 


Packard, Robert 


10.00 


Packard, Susan 


10.00 


Parsells, Donald 


10.00 



Parsells, Linda 


10.00 


Pearsall, William 


10.00 


Pearsall, Andrea 


10.00 


Pearsall, Diane 


10.00 


Patnode, Henri 


10.00 


Quint, John D. 


10.00 


Quintard, Evert 


10.00 


Quintard, Joan 


10.00 


Randall, Rodney 


10.00 


Randall, Dale 


10.00 


Remick, Bertha 


10.00 


Rizzo, Anthony 


10.00 


Rizzo, Judith 


10.00 


Rogers, Stillman 


10.00 


Rogers, Barbara 


10.00 


Rice, Frank 


10.00 


Rice, Winifred 


10.00 


Rice, James 


10.00 


Rice, Martha 


10.00 


Robbins, Leland B. 


10.00 


Robbins, Louise 


10.00 


Robbins, Raymond 


10.00 


Royar, Dorothy 


10.00 


Ruscoe, Catherine 


10.00 


Sheppard, Stephen 


10.00 


Schofield, Robert 


10.00 


Schofield, Mary 


10.00 


Smart, Howard 


10.00 


Smart, Dorothy 


10.00 


Smith, Carol 


10.00 


Stone, Helen 


10.00 


Suderman, William 


10.00 


Suderman, Regina 


10.00 


Swanson, Marcia 


10.00 


Swanson, Carl W. 


10.00 


Swanson, Francine 


10.00 


Sweeney, Lawrence 


10.00 


Sweeney, Dorothy 


10.00 


Tandy, Norman 


10.00 


Tandy, Jean 


10.00 


Tandy, Peter 


10.00 


Tarr, Phyllis 


10.00 


Tilton, Nathan 


10.00 


Taylor, Dana 


10.00 


Taylor, Mary 


10.00 


Taylor, Jeffrey 


10.00 


Taylor, Christine 


10.00 


Thibodeau, Joseph 


10.00 


Thibodeau, Norma 


10.00 


Thresher, Elmer 


10.00 


Thresher, Hazel 


10.00 


VanBrocklin, Robert 


10.00 


VanBrocklin, Sylvia 


10.00 


VanBrocklin, Hugh 


10.00 


VanBrocklin, Allison 


10.00 


VanValzah, Robert 


10.00 



70 



VanValzah, Doris 


10.00 


Waldron, Guy 


10.00 


Waldron, Jane 


10.00 


Walker, Bruce 


10.00 


Walker, Michele 


10.00 


Warme, Marguarite 


10.00 


Webber, C. Richard 


10.00 


Webber, F. Patricia 


10.00 


Whittemore, Peter 


10.00 


Whittemore, Suzanne 


10.00 


Wicks, Arthur 


10.00 


Wicks, Elizabeth 


10.00 


White, Maureen 


10.00 


Wilson, Jon 


10.00 


Wilson, Scott 


10.00 


Wyman, Robert 


10.00 


Zachai, Dorian 


10.00 




$2,390.00 



Added Taxes 




Lanick, Jerry 


10.00 


Lanick, Marion 


10.00 


Lounder, Catherine 


10.00 


Whiton, Margaret 


10.00 


Swanson, James 


10.00 


Swanson, Gail 


10.00 


Hillock, James 


10.00 


Youst, Jeremy 


10.00 


Larson, Roland 


10.00 


Larson, Charlotte 


10.00 


Hull, Ma 'Carry 


10.00 


Breton, Raymond 


10.00 


Breton, Denise 


10.00 



71 



PROPERTY OWNED BY THE TOWN 

Town Hall, Land & Buildings $ 20,000.00 

Town Hall, Furniture and Equipment 2,000.00 
Veteran's Memorial Hall 25,000.00 

Fire Department Equipment 3,000.00 

Old Tramp House 500.00 

Civil Defense Building 7,500.00 

Civil Defense Equipment and Supplies 1,500.00 
Fire Department Building 22,000.00 

(Furniture and Equipment) 35,000.00 

Highway Department, Land & Buildings 1,000.00 
Highway Department Equipment 550.00 

Parks, Commons and Playgrounds 6,250.00 

(Beach, Whitney Acre and Town Commons) 
Library, Land and Buildings 15,000.00 
Library Books and Equipment 7,500.00 

Quaker Property 500.00 

Shepherdson Lot 300.00 

Cemeteries, Land 7,000.00 



Parker Meadow 300.00 

Taylor-Newell Lot 500.00 

Wm. Nash House Lot 300.00 



$154,600.00 



1,100.00 



TOWN FOREST 

Clarke Lot 400.00 

Bullock Lot 3,100.00 

George Martin Meadows 300.00 

Melvin Place 1 A 300.00 

Allen Grove 1,250.00 

Total Valuation of All Town Property $161,050.00 



72 



ASSESSING 1977 

This year the Board inspected over one hundred properties for 
assessing purposes. 

The State Equalization System has pointed out repeatedly a 
severe lack of sufficient value being placed on land in Richmond. 
In the last survey, buildings were assessed at 50 to 60% of sale 
price while land did not often reach 5% of sale price. This problem 
launched a two year project of developing a land value policy. This 
policy, while well defined, has created problems in actual ap- 
plication. The Board decided that several major revisions were still 
necessary before application. The Board chose to apply that part of 
the policy that was acceptable and to use the lowest land figure 
that will appear in the new policy for all other land. 

All parcels of land were reprocessed under the following criteria. 
All acerage above 2 acre houselots and all land in other uses will be 
valued at $50.00 per acre unless otherwise designated below. 

Designated, undeveloped houselots - - 2 acres - $500.00 

Developed houselot - - 2 acres -$700.00 with shallow well 

spring septic deduct 20% for 
lack of septic system 

Developed houselot - - 2 acres - $1300.00 with deep well and 

septic deduct 10% for lack of 
septic or deep well 

Commercial Land - $800.00 per acre 

Lake Lots - $1000.00 per lot with frontage plus $150.00 for sep- 
tic 

$300.00 for 
shallow well or 
spring 

$600.00 for deep 
well 
- $750.00 without frontage and same for added factors 



73 



RESIDENT INVENTORY 



NAME 



VALUE 

Land Bldgs. 



TOTAL TOTAL 
Value Tax 



Ahlberg, Ferdinand & Jean 

25 A Cronk Place 
Aldrich, Theodore & Jaye 

15 A Carpenter Place 
Austin, Robert & Virginia 

20 A Carter Place 
Service Credit $50. 
Austin, Ruby 

11 A Bar den Place 
Elderly Exempt. $1900. 
Service Credit $50. 

Baker, Irene 

9 A Part of Thayer Place 

2 A Young Lot 
Baird, Marion. Est. 

2.1 A Home Place 

7.3 Thomas Baird Lot 

10.3 Andrew Baird Lot 

12 A Tucker Meadow 
Ballou. Henry 

1 A Home Place 

Elderly Exempt. $1900. 

Service Credit $50. 
Bartos. Richard 

1 A Blodgett Place 
Beers, Mae Gates 

85 A Home Place 3 R 

Service Credit $50. 82 CI' 

Elderly Exempt. $1900. 
Beers. Mary Hawley 

8 A Williams Lot 

8 A Mullen Lot 
Bennett, Harrv J. & Jennie B. 

19 A Home Place & Bldgs. 

32 A Irene Lot 

29 A Scott Lot 

12 A Bigelow Lot 

5 A Scott Meadow 
15 A Carpenter Lot 

6 A Lawrence Flat 
1 A Prescott Lot 

4 A Scott Mowing 

5 A Handy Lot cu 

1 A School House Lot & Bldg. 
Bennett. Shaun 

2 Lots & Bolza Cottage 

5 A Part of Bullock Place 
Bigda, Richard & Joan 
6.2 A Brickyard Brook #8 
Bischof. Joseph & Maureen White 

2.1 A Packard Lot 



725 


14411 


15136 


$ 452.56 


1350 


11559 


12909 


385.97 


2200 


10947 


13147 


343.09 



1750 14709 



1650 6485 

400 

1305 19754 

365 
515 
600 

700 5186 



1300 5924 

750 

2296 1900 



400 
400 

2150 11937 



14559 385.31 



8535 

22539 
3986 



255.19 

673.91 
69.18 



7224 215.99 



20146 552.36 



800 



23.92 



3220 








400 


1722 


19429 


580.92 


2200 


4683 






250 




7133 


213.27 


1510 


11510 


13020 


389.29 


705 


10650 


11355 


289.51 


74 











VALUE 




TOTAL 


TOTAL 


NAME 


Land B 


Idgs. 


Value 


Tax 


Service Credit $50. 






Blais, George & Helena 










1.5 A Howe Tavern Lot 


75 








2 A Southwick Place 


1300 


19948 






1 A Knight Place 


1300 


16317 






8 A Parker Meadow 


400 








3.1 A Stinson Lot 


455 








2 A Hood Land 


100 








3.2 A Bullock Rd. Lot #2 


1360 


14017 


55272 


1,652.63 


Blair, Harold & Patsy 










1 A Hooper Place 


700 


8010 


8710 


260.42 


Blackledge, James & Maureen 










11.3 A Brickyard Brook #6 


1765 


21848 


236.13 


706.02 


Boutwell, Richard G. 










25 A Buffum Lot 


1850 


20420 


222.70 


665.87 


Bradshaw, Walter & Jill 










97.7 A Conway Place 


6085 


1X294 






1 4 A Dannals Place 


700 


4590 


296.69 


837.10 


Breton, Raymond & Denise 










3.7 A Morgan Reserve #31 


1385 


12880 


142.65 


426.52 


Brewer, Kevin & Mary 










1 A Quaker Property 


700 


11488 


121.88 


364.42 


Brewer, Norman & Geraldine 










1 A Howe Tavern 


1300 


10814 






6 A Martin Lot 


300 




124.14 


321.17 


Service Credit $50. 










Brewer, Timothy & Susan 










2 A Leon Amidon Place 


1 300 


96 1 3 


109.13 


326.29 


Brooks, Roger & Phyllis 










29.5 Rawding Place 


2675 


18882 






40 A Sherwin Lot 


2000 








20 A Rice Lot 


1000 








26.3 A Part of E. Cass Lot 


1315 




258.72 


723.57 


Service Credit $50. 










Calzini, Richard 










7 A Lang Rd. Tract C 


950 


i 38 1 7 


147.67 


441.53 


Carpenter, Stanley & Madeline 










5.1 AO.T. Cass Lot 


1455 


14165 


156.20 


467.03 


Carrier, Roger Sr., & Mary 










1.7 A Montgomery Place 


700 


8130 


8830 


264.01 


Carrier, Roger Jr., & Rae 










2.5 A Boquist Place 


725 


5482 


6207 


135.58 


Service Credit $50. 










Cass, Lyman 










80 A Home Place 


4600 


10324 






34.9 A O.T. Cass Lot 


1745 


2502 






8 A Crooker Meadow 


400 








Service Credit $50. 










Elderly Exempt. $1900. 






17671 


478.36 


Coy, Charles 










2 A Part of Mullen Lot 


700 


5754 


6454 


192.97 


Coy, Robert & Martha 










57 A Gorham Place 


4050 


16078 


20128 


601.82 



75 



NAME 



VALUE TOTAL TOTAL 

Land Bldgs. Value Tax 



Coutts, Robert & Madeline 

.5 Williams Mill Site & Cottage 
Crile, Don 

14 A Part of Lee Woods Lot 

12.8 A Donqui Farm 

Service Credit $50. 
Davis, Leonard & Valma E. 

3 A Mary King Place 

Service Credit $50. 
Dell, Anthony 

113.7 A Conway Place 
DeSalles, Evelyn P. 

7 A Part of Cronk Place 

Service Credit $50. 
Dickinson, Harold J. 

12 A Home Place 

Elderly Exempt. $1900. 
Dietrich, Philip & Adele 

3.6 A Bullock Rd. #5 
Dodier, Philip J. & Judith A. 

1 A Store, House & Apartment 
5.5 A Part of Twitchell Place 

Dugan, Robert & Ella 

21.6 A Part of Gorham Place 
Durling, Patricia 

2 A Part of Lewis Cass Place 
Farnum, Harry & Edith 

3 /4 A Putney Lot & Bldg. 
Elderly Exempt. $1900. 
Faust, Alfred L. & Beatrix H. 
62 A Garfield Place 



700 



700 



4640 



1380 



8208 



cu 



22 A Holbrook Lot 

Service Credit $50. 
Finley, James & Olive 

35 A Part of Lang Lot 
Foote, Richard A. & Sheila 

9.9 A Bullock Rd. #3 
Fournier, David & Agnes 

5.3 A Stanley Amidon Place 
Frampton, David & Margaret 

7.5 A Tolman Meadow 

8.3 A Twitchell Lot 

Service Credit $50. 
Gilman, Charles 

3 A Martin Homestead 
Glick, John A. 

49 A Cook Place 

Service Credit $50. 
Gorman, Robert & Judith 

28.7 A Cliff Goodell Place 

65 A Murdock Lot 
Graves, David & Judith 



5340 159.66 



1840 14942 17482 472.71 

1350 10135 11485 293.40 

6285 16034 22319 667.33 

1550 13859 15409 410.72 

1800 12029 11929 356.67 



9588 



286.68 



1600 
1475 


21604 
26074 


23204 
27549 


693.79 
823.71 


1680 


15559 


17239 


515.44 


1300 


25488 


26788 


800.96 


700 


2700 


1500 


44.85 


1300 
2100 
1100 


7511 


12011 


309.12 


2350 


8510 


10860 


324.71 


1695 


16390 


18085 


540.74 


1465 


19546 


21011 


628.22 


375 
1615 


13899 


15889 


425.08 


1350 


16256 


17606 


526.41 


3050 


9980 


13030 


339.59 


2035 
3250 


24669 


29954 


895.62 



76 



NAME 



VALUE 
Land Bldgs. 



TOTAL TOTAL 
Value Tax 



10 A Part of Bullock Lot 
5 A Whitcomb Lot 
Hamm, George & Verena 
15.6 A Sidney Bo wen Place 

1 A Part of Sidney Bowen Lot 
Hammond, Horace 

1.1 A House Lot 
Hapgood, Charles A. 

2 A Campbell Place 
Harvey, Alan S. 

1 A Ryan Place 
Service Credit $50. 

Hawley, Gordon & Mary 

3.23 A Phillips Place 

Service Credit $50. 
Heald, Elva R. & Roger A. 

4 A Part of Bowen Lot 

Elderly Exempt. $1900. 
Heise, Roy B. & Shirley 

80 A Jonas Wheeler Place 

Camp Development 

42 A Part of O.T. Cass Lot 

2 Trailers 

3 Camper Trailers 

Service Credit $50. 
Herman, Thomas & Jeremy Youst 

2.1 A Morgan Reserve #2 
Hewel, John B. & Wilma 

1.4 A Part of Gorham Place 
Hewlett, David 

8 A Christopherson Place 
Hillock, Homer & Zelma 

1.75 A Home Place 
Hillock, John & Audrey 

2 A Part of Hillock Land 
Hillock, Ralph & Beverly 

l A A Robert Hollock Land 
Holm, Donald F. & Marion F. 

1 A Home Place 

Service Credit $50. 
Holman, Orrin W. & Diane C. 

3.2 A Bullock Rd. #6 
Hull, Ma'Carry 

3 A Morgan Reserve #8 
Hunter, James H. & Ruth P. 

5.4 A Reidy Place 
Elderly Ex $1900. Blind Ex $1000. 
James, Stewart Ross 
18.8 Home Place 

125 A Snow Lot cu 

38.4 A Lee Woods Lot cu 

Service Credit $50. 



1700 


15037 






250 




16987 


507.91 


1380 


13438 






400 




15218 


455.01 


1305 


6358 


7663 


229.12 


700 


4652 


5352 


160.02 


1300 


11032 


12332 


318.72 



762 

1400 

12100 
2100 



14200 



12744 



20151 
23731 



14962 



12244 



800 (400) 
2200 (300) 
(1500) 

61082 



1305 

1300 

1600 

700 

700 

700 

1300 

1360 
1350 
1070 



1540 
3500 
1075 



12208 

16027 

21955 

5384 

3983 

3580 

14281 



13513 

17327 

23555 

6084 

4683 

4280 

15581 



14761 



397.36 



366.09 



1,176.35 
404.03 
518.07 
704.29 
181.91 
140.02 
127.97 
415.87 



11592 12592 387.26 

14096 15446 461.83 

11250 9420 281.65 



20876 



574.19 



77 



NAME 



VALUE TOTAL TOTAL 

Land Bldgs. Value Tax 



Jarvis, Donald P. & Arlene A. 

2 A Home Place 
Service Credit $50. 

Johnson, C. Walter 

45 A Martin Place 

60 A Martin Lot 
Knight, Ralph 

4 A Old Home Place & Camp 

1 A Hart Lot & Cabin 
Krise, George A. & Janice R. 

6.8 A Moore Place 

14.5 A Quaker Lot 

Service Credit $50. 
LaBelle, Grover, Marilyn & Rita 

I A Home Place 
Lane, Kenneth & Karen 

35 A Daniels Lot 
Lane, Richard & Katherine 

4 A Reservoir Lot 
Lanick, Jerry & Marion 

3 A Part of Freeman Land 
^eeman, Maymie I. 

.5 Prescott Place 
Service Credit $100. 
Lescynski, Henry R. & Nancy 

10.4 A Bullock Rd. #4 
Longdon, John & Priscilla 

8 A Sherrick Place 
Lord, Harry C. & George W. 

25 A Cronk Land & Bldg. 

Service Credit $50. 
Lounder, Arthur & Margaret 

4 A Weeks Place 
Service Credit $50. 

Lutz, Joseph & Geraldine 

100 A Beals Place 
Mahoney, Brian 

7.2 A Part of Hood Place 
Marrer, Kenneth & Mary Jane 

II A Part of Twitchell Lot 
Service Credit $50. 

Marsh, Russell 

1 A Harry Hooper Land 
Marsden, Eileen 

5.1 A Wakefield Tavern 
Martin, Eunice & Edward L. Jr. 

70 A Home Place & Bldgs. 

Service Credit $50. 
Martin, Edward L. Jr. 

46.5 A Otis Martin Place 
Mattson, Gerald & B. Eleanor 

5 A Part of Mahoney Place 
Service Credit $50. 



1300 



14820 



16120 



1400 



7878 



9278 



431.98 



2850 


7422 






3000 




13272 


396.83 


500 


1093 






700 


2570 


4863 


145.40 


1540 


11974 






725 




14239 


375.74 


700 


5445 


6145 


183.73 


2950 


12888 


15838 


473.55 


800 


13809 


14609 


436.80 


1375 


7172 


8547 


255.55 


700 


6951 


7651 


128.76 


1720 


9522 


11242 


336.13 


1600 


11041 


12641 


377.96 


2450 


17683 


20133 


551.97 



227.41 



6200 


12435 


18635 


557.18 


960 


4846 


5806 


173.59 


1750 


26963 


28713 


808.51 


700 


4811 


5511 


164.77 


1455 


21668 


23123 


691.37 


3420 


18695 


22115 


611.23 


1860 


1310 


-3170 


94.78 


850 


8420 


9270 


227.17 



78 



NAME 



VALUE 

Land Bldgs. 



TOTAL TOTAL 
Value Tax 



May, Richard & Shirley 

15 A Prentice Lot & Bldg. 
Merrifield, Francis & Velma 

10 A Home Place 
Merrifield, Jerald & Susan 

1 A Boyeson Place 
Millard, Michael 

5.1 A Putney Place 
Moore, William, & Marion 

.5 House Lot 
Morse, Franklin 

1 A Home Place 
Morse, Harry O. & Effie 

10 A Home Place 
Elderly Exempt. $1900. 
Orcutt, Philip D. & Margaret M. 
85 A part of Harkness Place 

2 A Camp Lot 

160 A J. Ballou Place 

80 A L. Ballou Place 
105 A H. Ballou Lot 
131 A Harkness Lot 

81 A Howe Lot 
72 A Ballou Lot 
40 A Martin Lot 

1 A Newman Lot 
10 A Converse Lot 
7 A Bowen Lot 

2 A Camp Lot 
Service Credit $50. 

Ostlund, Hazel & Thelma Dubriske 
59 A Home Place 
1 A Cottage 

10.8 Ingalls Place 
Elderly Exempt. $1900. 

Oswald, Virginia 

29 A John Bolles Place 

Service Credit $50. 
Packard, Guy 

47.9 A Home Place 
Elderly Exempt. $1900. 

Packard, Robert & Susan 

1 A Smith Place 
Par sells, Donald & Linda 

19.3 A Part of E. Cass Place 

Service Credit $50. 
Pearsall, Wm. & Andrea 

5 A Home Place 

5 A Factory Bldg. 

Service Credit $50. 
Quint, John D. 

15 A Burgess Lot & Bldg. 



1350 


5625 


6975 


208.55 


1100 


11264 


12364 


369.68 


700 


5727 


6427 


192.16 


855 


11522 


12377 


370.07 


700 


7942 


8642 


258.39 


1170 


4177 


5347 


159.87 


960 


4078 


3138 


93.82 


5450 


17251 






400 








9200 


11354 






4300 








5250 








6550 








4050 








3600 








2000 








400 








500 








350 








400 




71055 


2,074.54 


4150 


14784 






700 


5694 






1000 


4500 










28928 


864.94 


2650 


16664 


19314 


527.48 



2695 

700 
2165 



1450 
1750 



400 



10483 



11278 337.21 



10432 11132 332.84 

21213 23378 649.00 



18165 
7680 



29045 



818.44 



79 



NAME 



VALUE 
Land Bldgs. 



TOTAL TOTAL 
Value Tax 



15 A Burgess Lot 
.6 A Freeman Lot 
52 A Merrill Lot 
44 A Garnsey Lot 
2.3 A Laurance Flat 
250 A Taft Lot 
68.8 A Norwood Lot 
88 A Martin Lot 
65 A Putney Lot 
Quintard, Evert & Joan 
138.2 A Freeman Place 

6.6 A Brickyard Brook #12 
Service Credit $50. 
Randall, Rodney 

49.7 A Swan Place 
Trailer 

Remick, Floyd Sr. 

3 A Fisher Lot 
Rice, Frank & Winifred 

5.3 A Home Place 
Rice, James 

1 A Home Place 
Rizzo, Judith 

21 A Mill House & Land 
Robbins, Leland & Louise 

6.2 A Fisher Place 

Service Credit $50. 
Robbins, Leonard & Dorothy 

2 A Home Place 
Rogers, Stillman & Barbara 

6 A Part of Lewis Cass Place 
Royar, Dorothy 

5 A Tolman Place 
Rummler, Alfred 

102 A Prescott Place 

24 A Buffum Lot 

1 A Dan Buffum Lot 

Service Credit $50. 
Schofield, Robert & Mary 

69 A Atherton Lot 

Service Credit $50. 
Sheppard, Stephen 

37.8 A Hooper Place 
Schoolhouse 

Smart, Howard & Dorothy 

1 A Home Place 

Service Credit $50. 
Stinson, Arthur & Ruby 

10.6 A Home Place 



cu 


500 


1377 






cu 


525 








cu 


21 








cu 


1820 








cu 


1540 








cu 


80 








cu 


8750 








cu 


2408 








cu 


3080 








cu 


2275 
1300 




22776 


681.0C 


cu 


4767 


20131 








cu231 




26429 


740.22 




3085 


8646 










1500 


13231 


395.60 




1350 


5800 


7150 


213.78 




1465 


11603 


13068 


390.73 




1300 


9185 


10485 


313.50 




1650 


9383 


11033 


329.88 




910 


6926 


7836 


184.29 




700 


7268 


7968 


238.24 




1380 


12625 


14005 


418.74 




850 


10190 


11040 


330.90 




1300 


12720 






cu 


3250 








cu 


840 








cu 


35 




18145 


492.53 



4050 

2440 
560 

700 
1130 



6060 

9212 
2349 

6181 
12806 



10110 



14561 



6881 



252.28 



435.37 



155.74 



80 



NAME 



VALUE TOTAL TOTAL 

Land Bldgs. Value Tax 



100 A Aldrich Lot 
Stone, Helen A. 

14.5 A Home Place 

Service Credit $50. 
Suderman, Wm. & Regina 

30 A Part of Walker Place 

Service Credit $50. 
Swanson, Carl W. & Francine 

1.5 A House Lot 
Swanson, Edwin W. R. 

134.5 A Sprague Place 

7.3 A Meadow 
Sweeney, Francis P. & Louise 

20 A Home Place 

Elderly Exempt. $1900 
Sweeney, Lawrence & Dorothy 

3.5 A Part of Prescott Lot 
Tandy, Norman & Jean 

29.9 A Kelton Lot 12.7 R 

17.2 cu 
Taylor, Dana 

1.1 A Walter Johnson Place 

917 A Twitchell Land 

Service Credit $50. 
Taylor, Jeffrey & Christine 

8 A Bowen Lot 

17 A Part of Scott Lot 
Thibodeau, Joseph & Norma 

1 A Rollins Place 
43 A Allen Lot 
Service Credit $50. 

Thompson, Johanne 

20 A Home Place 
Thresher, Elmer & Hazel 

10 A South wick Lot 
Tilton, Nathan 

4 A Shepherdson Lot 
Garage & Shed 

12 A Hammond Lot 
VanBrocklin, Hugh & Allison 

5.5 A Granite Hill #3 
VanBrocklin, Robert & Sylvia 

47.1 Home Place 

VanValzah, Robert & Doris 

17.8 A Home Place & 

Hooper Land 

26 A Mullen Lot 

Service Credit $50. 
Waldron, Guy & Jane 

2 A Williams Place 
Walker, Bruce & Michele 

5.1 A Part of Kelton Lot 



5000 18936 566.18 

1325 14130 15455 412.10 

2700 15032 17732 480.18 



700 


6616 


7316 


218.74 


7925 


7827 






365 




16117 


481.89 


1460 


11430 


10990 


328.60 



1375 10550 11925 356.55 



1835 
602 18900 21337 587.97 

1300 
785 12242 14327 378.37 



1600 








850 


14208 


16658 


498.07 


1300 


18465 






2150 




21915 


605.25 


1600 


7958 


9558 


285.78 


1700 


13413 
1014 


15113 


451.87 


660 


1500 






600 




3774 


112.84 


575 




575 


17.19 


2955 


5423 


8378 


250.50 


2165 


13200 






1300 




16665 


448.28 


1300 


13737 


15037 


449.60 


1455 


5795 


7250 


216.77 



81 





VALUE 


TOTAL 


TOTAL 


NAME 


Land 


Bldgs. 


Value 


Tax 


Warme, Rune & Marguarite 










5.5 A Lang Lot Tract E. 


1475 


10315 


11790 


352.52 


Webber C. Richard 










1 A Vienna Scott Place 


560 


11964 


12624 


374.76 


Whipple, Ray 










40 A Handy Lot 


2000 




2000 


59.80 


White, Maud 










2 A Burgess Place 


700 


5327 


4127 


123.39 


Elderly Exempt. $1900. 










Whitney, Emily 










1 A Home Place 


1300 


10092 


9492 


283.81 


Elderly Exempt. $1900. 










Whittemore, Peter & Suzanne 










3.2 A Part of Tolman Meadow 


1360 


13388 


14748 


440.96 


Wicks, Arthur & Elizabeth 










15 A Sam Bolles Place 


1950 


11471 


13421 


351.28 


Service Credit $50. 










Wilcox. Fred & Helen 










1.3 A Karen Jensen Place 


700 


8003 


8703 


260.21 


Zachai, Dorian 










5 A Whipple Place 


850 


8187 


9737 


291.13 


Trailer 




700 







82 



NON-RESIDENT INVENTORY 



NAME 



VALUE TOTAL TOTAL 

Land Bldgs. Value Tax 



Adamovitch, Michel 

I A Leliwa Place 

16 A Sprague - Russell Lot 
3 A Dog Patch 

Allenby, Robert W. & Nancy T. 

99 A Wiswall Lot 
Amidon, Norman 

20.6 A Part of Freeman Lot 
Amidon, Stanley & Shirley 

6.7 A Herrick Lot 

28 A Allen-Herrick Lot 
10 A Wiswall Lot 

15 A Bur bank Lot 
72.5 A Home Land 
15 A Camp Site 
9 A Sherrick Lot 
32 A Piper Lot 

29 A Burgess Lot 
40 A Mann Lot 

3 A Nelson-Gray Lot 
50 A Leonard Lots 

I I A Locust Pasture 
Anderson, Kenneth & Linda 

2.1 A Morgan Reserve $7 
Anderson, Norman 

6 A Soderman Lot 
Apuzzo, Salvatore & Carmela 

60 A Carpenter Lot 
Atkins, Edith 

160 A Bullock Place 

6 A School House Lot 

1.1 A Pond Lot 
Bailey, Hamilton & Nancy 

297 A Whitney Place 

50 A Bolles Lot 

17 A Howard Lot 
70 A Norwood Lot 

100 A Nims Lot 

Bakken, Harold & Wm. Warren 

1.4 A Morgan Reserve #17 
Balavender, Raymond & Doris 

21 A Rich Lot & Morse Camp 
Ballou, Mrs. Hazel 

65 A Quinn-Grogan Lot 
Ballou, Lawrence 

117 A Newell Lot 
Ballou, Ronald & Ruth 

15.7 A Martin Lot 
75 A Cummings Lot 



2775 $ 82.97 
4950 148.01 

1030 30.80 



560 965 

800 

450 

4950 

1030 

335 
1400 

500 

750 
3625 

400 

450 
1600 
1450 
2000 

150 
2500 

550 15710 469.73 

505 505 15.10 

760 2290 3050 91.20 

3000 3000 89.70 



9070 


13665 






700 


2790 






1000 




27225 


814.03 


15450 


21828 






2500 








850 








3500 








5000 




49128 


1,468.93 


500 




500 


14.95 


1510 


2943 


4453 


133.14 


3250 




3250 


97.18 


5850 




5850 


174.92 


785 








3750 




4535 


135.60 



83 





VALUE 


TOTAL 


TOTAL 


NAME 


Land 


Bldgs. 


Value 


Tax 


Barrett, Frederick, Robert & 










Dorothy Allen 










15 A Nutting Lot 


750 




750 


22.43 


Bauer, Arthur & Vivian 










3.3 A Morgan Reserve # 29 


565 




565 


16.89 


Beaman, Charles & Marrianne 










8 A Brickyard Brook #11 


800 




800 


23.92 


Bean, Charles S. 










90 A Merrifield Lot 


4500 








38 A Winchester Lot 


1900 




6400 


191.36 


Beauregard, Charles & Sons 










40 A Norwood Lot 


2000 




2000 


59.80 


Beauvais, Charles & Joyce 










5.2 A Bullock Rd. #10 


660 




660 


19.73 


Bell, Margaret M. 










18.5 A Part of Lewis Cass PL 


1325 


250 


1575 


47.09 


Benoit, Adrian & Margaret 










50 A Corliss Lot 


2500 




2500 


74.75 


Bense, Roger & Jo Anne 










2.9 A Morgan Reserve #4 


1345 


9207 


10552 


315.50 


Bingham, Edith 










4 A Part of Lang Lot 


600 


1000 


1600 


47.84 


Bingham Lumber Co. 










40 A Hammond Lot 


2000 








20 A Naramore Lot 


1000 




3000 


89.70 


Blacher, Steven M. 










2.1 A Morgan Reserve #21 


505 




505 


15.10 


Bassett, Cortland A. 










11.4 A Wood Lot 


570 




570 


17.04 


Brewer, Kenneth S. 










19 A Bullock Lot 


950 








45 A Bullock Lot 


2250 




3200 


95.68 


Bridge, Ann M. 










10 A Twitchell Land 


1300 




1300 


38.87 


Brokenshire, Gordon & Douglas 










12 A Whitney Place 


600 








19 A Home Place 


1550 


20250 






115.5 A Tucker-Newell Lot 


5775 




28175 


842.43 


Brokenshire, Gordon & Helen 










Cottage & 2 Lots at Sandy Pond 


2000 


1680 


3680 


110.03 


Brooks, Paul 










17 A Beals Lot & Cabin 


1310 


2590 






1 A Sherwin Lot 


500 




4400 


131.56 


Brown, Edward & Deanne 










3 A Lord Lot 


150 




150 


4.49 


Bryan, Rev., John L. 










12 A Barrus Place 


1200 


9356 


10556 


315.62 


Bryant, Thomas 










25 A Nancy-Brown Lot 


1250 




1250 


37.38 


Bryant, Donald 










10.2 A Colburn Lot 1 & 2 


910 








5.4 A Colburn Lot #3 


670 








5.7 A Colburn Lot #4 


685 









84 



NAME 



VALUE TOTAL TOTAL 

Land Bldgs. Value Tax 



5.6 A Colburn Lot #5 

5.1 A Colburn Lot #6 
Bucknell, Phyllis 

41.28 A Bucknell Lot #2 

3.86 A Bucknell Lot #3 
Bucknell, William 

42.03 A Bucknell Lot #1 
Burleson, Peter 

65 A Ray Whipple Place 
Burns, August & Margaret 

99 A L. Howard Place 
Carter, John H. & Mary H. 

3 A Morgan Reserve #10 
Chamberlain, Mrs. John 

2A L. Ballou Place 
Cersosimo, Anthony 

105 A Swan-Colony Lot 
Cheshire County YMCA 

Lake Lots #7, 8, 11, 17, 18 
19, 20, 21 

75,5 A Allen Lot 

107 A Mann Lot 

17.7 A Pickering Place 

15 A Naramore Lot 
8 A Amidon Lot 

3 A Smith Lot 

56.7 A Bryant Colburn Land 
Cuburn, Malcolm 

16 A Scott Lot 

Cohn, Martin & Majorie B. 

50 A R/Bowen Place 
Criag, James & Margaret 

40 A Aldrich Lot 
Cronk, Alice 

5 A Kingman Lot 
Curtis-Cragin Sub. 

11 A Tract 1 

5 A Tract 2 

5.1 A Tract #3 

5.2 A Tract #4 

5.1 A Tract #5 
Cuseo, George & Kathryn 

1.4 A Putney Land 
D'Agnostino, Anthony & Lillian 
81 A Bigelow Lot 

DaBrowski, Richard & Sharon 

5.2 A Morgan Reserve 
Daley, James T. 

75 A Allen Lot 
D'Anna, Joseph & Constance 

2 A Part of Sam Bolles Place 
Davenport, C.P. Inc. 



680 








655 




3600 


107.64 


2464 








593 




3057 


91.40 


2501 




2501 


74.78 


3710 


7892 


11602 


346.90 


7350 


24185 


31535 


942.90 


610 




610 


18.24 


500 




500 


14.95 


5250 




5250 


156.98 


8000 








3775 








5350 








1485 


9149 






750 








400 








150 








2835 




31894 


953.63 


800 




800 


23.92 


3700 


14958 


18658 


557.87 


2000 




2000 


59.80 


250 




250 


7.48 


950 


2000 






650 








655 








660 








655 




5570 


166.54 


1300 


5436 


6736 


201.41 


4510 


3281 


7791 


232.95 


660 




660 


19.73 


4950 


1570 


6520 


194.95 


500 




500 


14.95 



85 





VALUE 


NAME 


Land Bldgs 


115 A Mills- Webster Lot 


5750 


63 A Kelton Lot 


3150 


50 A Adams Lot 


2500 


248 A Howe Lot 


12400 


100 A Payne Lot 


5000 


47 A Holden Lot 


2350 


106 A Hill Lot 


5300 



TOTAL TOTAL 
Value Tax 



36450 1,089.86 



Davis, Robert (Trust) 

162 A Thompson-Howe Lot 8100 

Davis, William H. Jr. 

3 A Sprout Land 
10 A Thompson Lot 

4 A Amidon Lot 
Dede, Anthony & Lillian 

1.5 A Morgan Reserve #19 
DelDotto, Walter 

20 A C. Martin Lot 
Dell, Christopher 

12 A Nash Place 
DesJardins, Paul & Madelyn 

29 A Perley- Amidon Place 

1 A Garage Lot 

18 A Part of Bassett Hill Lot 
Digeronimo, Louis & Suzanne 

.5 Williams Mill Site & Cottage 
DonBrowo, Joseph C. & John J. 

& Joseph Jr. 

80 A Land & Cottage, Garage 

D'Orio, Frank P. & Arthur 

T. Amato 

1 A Camp Site 

32.5 A Part of Taft Lot & Trailer 
Drew, Doris 

6.2 A Martin Lot & Camp 
Drew, Gardner 

5 A Nancy Brown Lot 
40 A E. Martin Lot 
1.46 A Buckley Place 
186 A Fay Martin Place 
10 A Seaver Lot 
23.8 A Amidon-Bowen Lot 

Drews, Frederick & Sandra 

3.5 A Morgan Reserve 
Dupree, George F. 

5 A Atherton Lot 
Dyer, Philip C. & Jean P. 

Cottage & Lot at Cass Pond 
Falkins, Wm. P & Florance 

6 F. Germain 

1 A Harvey LaShure Land 500 

Farley, Wm. & Carolyn 



8100 



242.19 



150 








500 








200 




850 


25.42 


500 




500 


14.95 


1400 




1400 


41.86 


1800 


8225 


10025 


299.75 


1910 


12374 






500 








900 




15684 


468.95 


700 


4305 


5005 


149.65 



1300 








cu 2730 


10865 


14895 


445.36 


500 








2025 


1280 


3805 


113.77 


770 


2330 


3100 


92.69 


250 








2000 








500 


1160 






9700 


350 






500 








1190 




15650 


467.94 


575 




575 


17.19 


650 




650 


19.44 


2750 


4117 


6867 


205.32 



500 



14.95 



86 



NAME 



VALUE TOTAL TOTAL 

Land Bldgs. Value Tax 



5.7 A Bullock Rd. #9 
Farnham, Dr. Marynia 

Va A Hillock Land 
Fillian, George Buckley & 

Annette B. 

35 A Cass Lot 
Fish, Helen E. 

1.7 A E. Cass Place 
Flanders, Rudolph N. & Ruth J. 

100 A Eller-Hale Lot 
Foote, Doris R. 

128 A Curtis Lot 

100 A Cook Lot 
Franklin, Roland 

11 A Peables Place 
Frongillo, Louis & Lucille 

8 Red Hat Ranch 

5 A Sampson Lot 
9.7 A South wick Lot 
2 A Hood Land 
72.8 A Quaker Lot 

Fusco, Mark Anthony 

1 A Burrill Lot & Camp 
Gagnon, Hilaire V. & Elsie D. 

2 A House Lot 
Galloway, Scott A. 

6 A Amidon Mowing 
Galloway, Thomas A. 

20 A Wright Meadow 
Gioshes, Leo G. & Shirley G. 

Joseph & Noreen Koch 

151 Flint Whipple Lot 
Gordon, William 

1.7 A Davis Place 

Gorski, Jeffrey 

90 A Randall Lot 
Grandy, Adella & Albona 

Henry & Chester 

10 A Southergreen Place 
H alias, Henry 

25 A Perry Place 

18.3 A Part of Taylor Lot 

7 A Part of Mattson Lot 
Hallas, Herbert 

12 A Part of Holbrook Lot 
40.5 A Part of Taylor Lot 

Hanifin, Thomas Est. 
120 A Lyons Lot 
20 A Boyce Lot 
93 A Swan Lot 
80 A Willis Lot 

68.4 A Fisher Lot 



685 
500 



685 
500 



4500 



20.48 
14.95 



1750 1750 52.33 

700 9577 10277 307.28 

5000 5000 149.50 



6400 








5000 




11400 


340.86 


950 




950 


28.41 


1000 


5336 






250 








485 








100 








3640 


10811 


10811 


323.25 



1300 5551 6851 204.84 

500 500 14.95 

300 300 8.97 

1000 1000 29.90 

7550 7550 225.75 

700 3539 4239 126.75 



4500 134.55 



1100 5069 6169 184.45 



1850 


8689 






915 








350 




11804 


352.94 


600 








2025 




2625 


78.49 


6000 








1000 








4650 








4000 








3420 









87 



NAME 



VALUE 
Land Bldgs. 



TOTAL TOTAL 
Value Tax 



30 A C. Martin Lot 

70 A Naramore Lot 

46 A Dickinson Lot 

20 A Whipple Lot 

85 A Cook Lot 

40 A Jackue Lot 

82.4 A Goodnow Lot 

60 A Whitcomb Lot 

12 A Barber Lot 

170 A Williams Lot 

212 A Allen Lot 

60 A Hill Lot 

50 A O. Martin Lot 

10 A Tolman Lot 

2 A Goodnow Lot 

37 A Aldrich Lot 

25 A R. Martin Lot 
Harpe, Violet Carroll 

65 A Dick Martin Place 
Haught, Robert E. & Anna 

2 A O.T. Cass Lot & Camp 
Hecht, Malcolm Jr. EST. 

4 A Morgan Reserve #30 
Herman, Marion S. 

1 A Morgan Reserve #3 
Hoar, Alex R. 

90 A D. Martin Lot & Camp 
Holbrook, E. Allen & Nancy 

192 A Noah Perry Place 
Holbrook, E. Allen 

59 A Mary Perry Lot 

60 A Piper Lot 
Homestead Woolen Mills 

120 A Taylor Lot 
Honek, Charles W. 

120 A Lewis Cass Place 
Hooper, Harry E. Jr. 

2.7 A Hooper Land 
Hope, Katherine Est. 

94 Barden Lot 
Howes, Benjamin 

15 A Lyons Place 
Hybels, Robert & Marjorie 

32 A Swan Corliss Lot 

98 A Cy Taylor Lot & Camp 
Jeschke, Lothar & Charlotte 

Cottage & Lot at Cass Pond 
Johnson, Henry & Suzie 

33 A Carl Johnson Place 
Johnson, Glen don E. 

168 A Allen Pasture 
20 A Pond Lot 
Jones, Philip & Shirley 



1500 








3500 








2300 








1000 








4250 








2000 








4120 








2500 








600 








8500 








10600 








3000 








2500 








500 








100 








1850 








1250 




69140 


2,067.29 


4450 


13442 


17892 


534.97 


560 


4310 


4870 


145.61 


600 




600 


17.94 


500 




500 


14.95 


4900 


1370 


6270 


187.47 


10800 


15350 


26150 


781.89 


2950 








3000 




5950 


177.91 


6000 




6000 


179.40 


6000 




6000 


179.40 


535 




535 


16.00 


4700 




4700 


140.53 


1950 


11195 


13145 


393.04 


1600 








5300 


950 


7850 


234.72 


2150 


3180 


5330 


159.37 


1650 




1650 


49.34 


8400 








1000 




9400 


281.06 



88 





VALUE 


TOTAL 


TOTAL 


NAME 


Land 


Bldgs. 


Value 


Tax 


14 A Thayer Lot 


1770 








6 A Williams Lot 


300 




2070 


61.89 


Keene City of 










.5 A Part of Swan Place 


800 




800 


23.92 


Kelley, Elizabeth W. 










51.8 A Starkey Lot 


3050 


3561 


6611 


197.67 


Keilom, Richard 










60 A Sprague Lot 


3000 




3000 


89.70 


Kibler, Lewis P. & Priscilla P. 










34 A Amidon Starkey Lot 


cu952 




952 


28.46 


Keihl, Royal P. 










5.4 A Morgan Reserve #28 


670 




670 


20.03 


Kimball, Herbert W. & Marion B. 










3.5 A Morgan Reserve #13 


635 


2456 


3091 


92.42 


King, John A G. & Dorothy E. 










5.3 A Granite Hill #2 


1465 


10771 


12236 


365.86 


Koslowski, John J. 










40 A Martin Lot & Camp 


4800 


13430 


18230 


545.08 


Krouse, Frank & Joan 










10 A Lot & Cabin 


960 


2613 


3573 


106.83 


Lane* C. L. Co. 










40 A Whitcomb Lot 


2000 








20 A Thompson-Twitchell Lot 


1000 








20 A Cook-Starkey Lot 


1000 








365 Aldrich Cass Lot 


18250 








70 A Sawyer-Putney Lot 


3500 








90 A Twitchell Lot 


4500 








54 A S Cass Lot 


2700 








155 A E. Cass Lot 


7750 








223 A Ware Lot 


11150 








365 A Hutchins-Field 










Blodgett Lot 


18250 








93.1 A Dr. Cass Lot 


4655 








16 A Putney Lot 


800 








30 A Taft Lot 


1500 








65 A Stone- Williams Lot 


3250 








90 A Bolles Lot 


4500 








90 A Harris Lot 


4500 








161 A Ballou Lot 


8050 








10 A Martin Lot 


500 








50 A Boyce Lot 


2500 








26 A Thompson Lot 


1300 








52 A Aldrich Lot 2600 










52 A Bowen Lot 


2000 








54.6 A Randall Lot 


2730 




108985 


3,258.65 


Lane, Wm. Lyman & Arlene 










161 Rawleigh Lot & Camp 


8510 


2380 






25 A Phillips Lot 


1250 








17 A Honey Lot 


850 




12990 


388.40 


LaPierre, Olin F. & Josephine 










27 A Wilbur Lot 


1350 




1350 


40.37 


Lawrence, George & Ruth 










1 A Leonard Launder Place 


700 


2464 


3164 


94.60 



89 



NAME " 

Lawson, Clifford F. & Mary A. 

23 A Scott Lot 

85 A Bliss Lot 
Lay, Michael & Elizabeth 

100 A Sever ence Place 
Lewis, Hester & Joyce Grant 

7.6 A Morgan Reserve #14 A 
Lewis, Robert V. & Edith 1. 

4.1 A Edith Amidon Place 
10.2 Edith Amidon Land 
52.8 A St. Clair Lot 

Lucey, James R. & Robert A. 

9 A Lang Lot Tract E. 
Maestro, Arthur Paul & Arthur 

Patrick 

1.5 A Nutting— Coburn Lot 

Camper Bus 
Mahoney, John J. 

Faubert Cottage, Cass Pond 
Lots #1-2-3- 
Maltby, Peter F. & Judith 

5.2 Brickyard Brook #9 
Marron, Gabrielle M. 

5 A Brickyard Brook #7 
Marsan, Antonin O. 

30 A Amindon Lot 
Martin, Nelson W. & Frances S. 

2 A E. Starkey Place 
Massicotte, Alfred 

5 A Brickyard Brook #1 
Matrone, Frank & Mary 

John & Christine Cloud V-dnt. 

5 A Conway Place 
McCann, Frank & Katherine 

88 A Boyce Lot 

177 A Frank Bowen Place 
McClaskey, Wm. C. 

57 A Lang Lot Tract G 
McCobb, Ralph & Doreen 

Cottage & Lot at Sandy Pond 
McMahon, Donald & Mabel 

32 A Prescott Lot & Cabin 

8 A Pratt Lot 

158 A Barrus Lot 
Mickiewicz, Edwin J. & Jeanne P. 

5.2 A Lang Lot Tract B. 
Milas, Stanley R. & Mary J. 

5.1 A Brickyard Brook #3 
Milford, Robert & Florance M. 

1 A Land & Cottage 
Milonas, Charles 

5 A Phillip's Place 
& Cabin 



VALUE 




TOTAL 


TOTAL 


Land 


Bldgs. 


Value 


Tax 


1150 










4250 






5400 


161.46 


5600 




11514 


17114 


511.71 


1580 




16299 


17879 


534.58 


1405 




12011 






510 










2640 






16566 


495.32 


850 






850 


25142 



500 



500 



1000 



850 



7315 



8165 



29.90 



34.50 


4950 


8400 


251 16 


660 




660 


19.73 


650 




650 


19.44 


2700 


13786 


16486 


492.93 


500 


825 


1325 


39.62 


1450 


3675 


5125 


153.24 



244.13 



4400 








9450 


16839 


30689 


917.60 


2950 




2950 


88.21 


1750 
2200 


5822 
3930 


7572 


226.40 


400 








7900 




14430 


431.46 


1460 


16210 


17670 


528.33 


655 




655 


19.58 


560 


2850 


3410 


101.96 


710 


4454 


5164 


154.40 


90 











VALUE 


TOTAL 


TOTAL 


NAME 


Land 


Bldgs. 


Value 


Tax 


Minor, J. Harvey & Margaret E. 










1 A House Lot & Cabin 


500 


370 


870 


26.01 


Moersen, Mark 










6.9 A Bullock Rd. #7 


745 




745 


22.28 


Monaghan, Robert & Frances 










3.2 A Morgan Reserve #11 


560 




560 


16.74 


Mondello, Dominick 










6.7 A Atherton Lot 


935 


6856 


7791 


232.95 


Morgan Reserve Assoc. 










390 Common Land & Cabin 


19960 


2444 


22404 


669.88 


Morse, Elmer K. & Louise M. 










5 A Mellon Lot 


250 




250 


7.48 


Morse, John H. 










60 A Part of Rich Lot 


3000 




3000 


89.70 


Mullins, Virgil & Rosemary 










1 A Campsite & Trailer 


560 


1170 


1730 


51.73 


Murdock, E. Inc. 










75 A Hosea Ballou Lot 


3750 








25 A Boyce Lot 


1250 




5000 


149.50 


Murray, Chester & Nellie 










30 A Martin Lot & Camp 


1960 


1170 


3130 


93.59 


Nagine, Charles Heirs 










15 A Home Place 


1210 


7019 


8229 


246.01 


New England Wooden ware Corp. 










254 A Rand-Adams Lot 


12700 




12700 


379.73 


Nichols, George J. & Yvonne 










24 A Randall Lot 


1200 




1200 


35.88 


Noftle, John A. & Edith L. 










8 A Wilkins Lot 


400 








2.5 A McPherson Lot 


525 








31 A Conway Lot 


1550 




2475 


74.00 


Norris, Raymond, & Everlina 










Harry & Antoinette Lyman 










100 A Liimatainen Place 


5460 




5460 


163.25 


0'\Neill, Thomas & Marion 










6.5 A Lang Lot Tract D 


725 


1510 


2235 


66.83 


Page, James R. 










26 A Howard Lot 


1300 




1300 


38.87 


Page Johanna 










40 A Fairbanks Lot 


2000 




2000 


59.80 


Pattberg, Warren L. & 










Norman H. 










40 A Bolles Lot 


2000 




2000 


59.80 


Patterson, Laurence M. 










125 A Bryant Lot 


6250 




6250 


186.88 


Peck, John S. 










7 A Allen Lot 


350 




350 


10.47 


Perry, David M. & Ernest B. 










150 A Byron Perry Lot 


7500 




7500 


224.25 


Perry, Herman Farm 










50 A Home Place 


cu 1400 








12 A Burbank Lot 


cu336 









91 





VALUE 


TOTAL 


TOTAL 


NAME 


Land 


Bldgs. 


Value 


Tax 


60 A Allen Taylor Lot 


cul400 




3136 


93.77 


Perry, Kenneth 










138 A Goddard-Amidon Lot 


6900 








7.5 A Pine Hill Lot 


375 




7275 


217.52 


Pitcher, Grace 










3 A House Lot 


550 




550 


16.45 


Plitt, Allen T. & Victor A. 










3.2 A Morgan Reserve #25 


560 




560 


16.74 


Prescott, Charles 










1 A House Lot 


500 




500 


14.95 


Pressman, Harvey 










1.2 A Morgan Reserve #20 


500 




500 


14.95 


Principe, Garrey & Anna 










1 A Sherwood Place 


1300 


6231 


7534 


225.27 


Plonsky, Robert & Blanche 










4.2 A Morgan Reserve #16B 


1410 


9000 


10410 


311.26 


Powers, Arden & Barbara 










6.4 A Brickyard Brook #2 


620 




620 


18.53 


Public Service Co. of N. H. 










10.2 A Bennett Land 










(5.2 A Norwood Lot) 










(5 A Putney Lot) 










3.2 A Holbrook Land 










(Mellon Lot) 










9.3 A C.L. Lane Land 










(5.4 A Randall Lot) 










(3.9 A Dr. Cass Lot) 










4 A Lanick Land 










(Howard Lot) 










5.6 A Ridley Land 










(Woods Lot) 










14.6 A Tree Growers Land 










(Frazier Lot) 










6.4 A VanBrocklin Land 










(Home Place) 










3 A Whippie Land 










(Willis Land) 










13 A Sandri Land 










(Jennings Prop) 










5.4 A Amidon Land 










(Randall Lot) 










9.5 A Brokenshire Land 










(Tucker-Newell Lot) 










2 A Howard Land 










(Mullen Lot) 










2.5 A Cutting Land 










(Bolles Lot) 










13 A Bailey Land 










(5 A Home Place) 










(5 A Bolles Lot) 










(3 A Howard Lot) 










3 A Ronald Ballou Land 










(Martin Lot) 











92 



NAME 



VALUE 
Land Bldgs. 



TOTAL TOTAL 
Value Tax 



5 A Hanifin Land 
(3 A AldrichLot) 
(2 A Martin Lot) 
Putnam, Cortland & Doris M. 

44 A Chapman Lot 
Putnam, Lloyd M. & Irene F. 

Cottage & Lot at Cass Pond 
Radford, Harry & Angela 
30 A Part of Thompson- 
Howe Lot 
Ray Ellis Enterprises, Inc. 
& V.G. & Rosemary Daniels 
129.5 A Cronk Place 
Ray Ellis Enterprises Inc. 

5.3 A Granite Hill #1 
5.5 A Granite Hill #4 

11.1 A Granite Hill #5 
27 A Granite Hill #7 
3.2 A Bullock Rd. fl 
5.1 A Bullock Rd. #8 
Reichert, Francis 

7.1 A Colony Hill #17 
Reid, Joseph & Barbara 

3.4 A Morgan Reserve #15 
Reidy, James 

2 A Howard Lot 
Reineger, Clement 

15 A Prescott Lot 
Reynolds, Harry W. & Kathryn 

3.5 A Morgan Reserve #16 B 
Richardson, Elmer & Barbara 

2.5 A Morgan Reserve #1 
Richardson, Robert & Susan 

25.6 A Leonard Lot 
Ridley, Kenneth & Pauline G. 

84.4 A Woods Lot 
Robinson, Allen M. & Marcia E. 

4 A Part of Sidney Bowen Place 
Rodd, Thomas & Eunice 

6.5 A Carl Johnson Place 
Rogers, Warren & June 

2 A Thayer Lot 
Romano, Gerald & Catherine 

4.7 A Old Naramore Place 
Rood, Betty 

1 A Campsite 
Ross, Judy B. 

8 A Part of Burgess Place 
Ryder, Chester 

5.2 A Brickyard Brook #10 
Rzasa, John S. & Gertrude C. 

1.6 A Morgan Reserve #18 



612570 
2200 
1050 

1500 



1810 



612570 $18,315.84 
2200 65.78 
2860 85.51 



1500 



44.85 



6475 




6475 


193.60 


665 








675 








955 








1750 








560 








505 




5110 


152.79 


755 




755 


22.57 


570 




570 


17.04 


500 




500 


14.95 


750 




750 


22.43 


575 




575 


17.19 


525 




525 


15.70 


1280 




1280 


38.27 


4220 




4220 


126.18 


1400 


10857 


12257 


366.48 


925 


6424 


7349 


219.74 


500 




500 


14.95 


635 


1181 


1816 


54.30 


500 




500 


14.95 


400 




400 


11.96 


660 




660 


19.73 


700 


7075 


7775 


232.47 



93 





VALUE 


TOTAL 


TOTAL 


NAME 


Land 


Bldgs. 


Value 


Tax 


Sable, Charles 










20 A Nichols Lot 


1000 




1000 


29.90 


Sallett, Stanley & Elizabeth 










1.6 A Morgan Reserve #6 


500 




500 


14.95 


Sandri, Acilio & Wm. 










12 A Corliss Lot 


600 








20 Taylor Lot 


1000 








40 A Bullock Lot 


2000 








117 A Jennings Lot 


5850 








90 A Jackson Lot 


4500 




13950 


417.11 


Sandri, William 










4 A Howard Place 


600 








14 A Sweeney Meadow 


700 








4 A Part of Mullen Lot 


200 




1500 


44.85 


Santerre, Blanche E. 










120 A Carroll Lot 


7200 


13513 


20713 


619.32 


Sapp, Hazel & Wm. Sparhawk 










& Adele Rottet 










60 A Howard Lot 


3000 




3000 


89.70 


Seekircher, Walter & Louise 










2.8 A Morgan Reserve $5 


740 


10540 


11280 


337.27 


Sexton, Raymond T. 










134.5 A 0. T. Cass Lot 


6725 




6725 


201.08 


Shapiro, Judith 










50 A Perry Lot 


2500 




2500 


74.75 


Shaw, Robert C. & Henrietta 










106 A Shipman Lot 


5300 








26 A J, Perry Lot 


1300 




6600 


197.34 


Shimkunas, Silvia 










14 A Buffum Lot 


1100 


1850 


2950 


88.21 


Shinn, Wm. D. Heirs 










20 A Home Place 


1400 




1400 


41.86 


Smith, Howard S. & Myrtie D. 










2.4 A Morgan Reserve #22 


520 




520 


15.55 


Spanier, Charles & Lillian 










3.6 A Morgan Reserve #12 


580 




580 


17.34 


Spanos, Mary K. 










104 A Taylor-Taft Lot 


5200 








47 A Part of Lang Lot 


2350 








44 A Stoddard Lot 


2200 








62.5 A Bolles Lot 


3125 




12875 


384.96 


Spaulding, James E. & Ruth R. 










70 A Atherton Lot 


3500 




3500 


104.65 


Spooner, Jean 










33 A Naramore Lot 


1650 




1650 


49.34 


Squicciarini, Stephen C. & 










Judith Maisel 










5.8 A Morgan Reserve #27A 


890 


6540 


7430 


222.16 


Starkey, Eugene 










4 A Bryant Lot 


200 








20 A Gates Lot 


1000 








86 A Stone Lot 


4300 




5500 


164.45 



94 





VAII'E 


TOTAL 


TOTAL 


NAME 


Land 


Bldgs. 


Value 


Tax 


Stock well, Sidney & Marianna 








337 A Parker Hill Lot 


cu 3586 








70 A Barrus Lot 


cu 745 








12.3 A Field Lot 


cu 131 








48.9 A Boyce Lot 


cu 520 




4982 


148.96 


Stone, Alton H. 










50.1 A Allen Lot 


2505 




2505 


74.90 


Stout, Patricia K. 










1 A House Lot 


500 




500 


14.95 


Strenkert, William & Sheila 










11.5 A ShinnLot 


1745 


4991 


6736 


201.41 


Sullivan, Floyd & 










Bradford Morgan 










10.4 A Morgan Reserve #5 


920 




920 


27.51 


Suzor, Raymond & Helen 










5 A Mill Lot 


1320 


3960 


5280 


157.87 


Symmington, Robert & Lucille 










3.5 A Part of Royalston Lot 


175 




175 


5.23 


Tabor, John & Lena 










8 A Bolles Lot 


400 




400 


11.96 


Talbot, Gladys M. 










Cottage & Lot at Cass Pond #5 


1450 


4296 


5746 


171.81 


Taylor, Robert Est. 










66 Lawrence Lot 


3300 








15 A Nash Lot 


750 




4050 


121.10 


Tolman, Bernard, C. & Evelyn G. 










5 A Meadow Land 


250 




250 


7.48 


Tree Growers Inc. 










3 A Part of Colony Lot 


150 








80 A Buffum Lot 


cu 2240 








82 A Woodbury Lot 


cu 2296 








565 A Colony Lot 


cu 15820 








10.5 A Brickyard Brook #4 


925 








5.1 A Brickyard Brook #13 


655 








5.6 A Colony Hill Lot #14 


680 








6.3 A Colony Hill Lot #15 


715 








7.2 A Colony Hill Lot #16 


760 








6.4 A Colony Hill Lot #18 


720 








7.5 A Colony Hill Lot #19 


775 








5.9 A Colony Hill Lot #20 


695 








5.3 A Colony Hill Lot #21 


665 








2.4 A Morgan Reserve #4 


520 








2.5 A Morgan Reserve #9 


525 








3.4 A Morgan Reserve #16A 


570 








6.3 A Morgan Reserve #27B 


715 








24 A Curtis- Amidon Lot 


cu672 








120 A Sprague-Stevens Lot 


cu 3360 








15 A K, Fisher Lot 


cu420 








84 A Green-Buffum Lot 


cu 2352 








265.4 A Frazier Lot 


cu 7431 








308 A Bowen Lot 


cu 8624 








53 A Harkness Lot 


cu 1484 








20 Taylor Lot 


cu560 









95 



NAME 



VALUE TOTAL TOTAL 

Land Bldgs. Value Tax 



25 A Part of Conway Lot 


cu700 


50 A Barrus Lot 


cu 1400 


96.6 A Harris Lot 


cu 2705 


3.3 A Harris Lot 


cu924 


190.2 A Kempton Lot 


cu 5326 


54.6 A O.T. Cass Lot 


cu 1529 


47.8 A Corliss Bullock Lot 


cu 1338 


6 A Parker Hill Lot 


cu 168 


50 A White Lot 


cu 1400 


20 A Streeter Lot 


cu560 


154 A Barrus Evans Lot 


cu4312 


15 A Ballou Lot 


cu420 


33 A Pine Hill Lot 


cu924 


50 Handy Lot 


cu 1400 


200 A Bassett Hill Lot 


cu5600 


60 A J, Barrus Lot 


cu 1680 


70 A Merrifield Lot 


cu 1960 


Troegel, Valkman Max & Cheryl 




5 A Part of Conway Place 


1450 


Ulbrich, Elizabeth 




64 A Sprague Lot 


3600 


Vandermark, Chester, Kurt 




Richter & Moses Scott 




65 A Walker Place 


3250 


VanSipe, Richard W. & Janet L. 




3.1 A Morgan Reserve #24 


1355 


Walpole Savings Bank 




200 A Foster Lot 


10000 


Walton, Wm. & Althea 




3 A Morgan Reserve #17 


1220 


Warner, Robert & Judith 




4.6 A Town Line Lot 


230 


Weber, Freidrich, 




1 A Part of Bowen Lot 


500 


Werman, Ralph & Bettina 




46 A Lang Lot Tract I 


2700 


Whippie, Richard & Marion L. 




37.8 A Willis Land 


cu 1058 


Williams, Dan B. 




110 A Seaver-Boiies Lot 


5500 


24 A Frazier Lot 


1200 


Wortman, Gordon H. 




30 A Part of Sidney Bowen Lot 


1500 


Yeager, Samuel & Thelma K. 




12 A Mary King Land 


600 



86675 2,591.58 



8180 



920 



12015 



3018 



9630 



4520 



287.94 



135.15 



3250 


97.18 


13370 


399.76 


10000 


299.00 


4238 


126.72 


230 


6.88 


500 


14.95 


2700 


80.73 


1058 


31.63 


6700 


200.33 


1500 


44.85 


600 


17.94 



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