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HERRING RIVER 


1978 ANNUAL REPORTS 


TOWN OF 

HARWICH 


MASSACHUSETTS 















1978 

ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

TOWN OFFICERS 

OF 

HARWICH 

FOR THE YEAR ENDING 

DECEMBER 31, 1978 

KENDALL PRINTING, INC. 

FALMOUTH, MASS. 



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GORDON R. ELDREDGE 

Town Clerk, Treasurer & Collector of Taxes 


J. WALDO MEYERS 

Former Member Personnel Board 


JOHN C. NICODEMUS 

Former Chairman Harwich Planning Board 
Former Member Finance Committee 
Member Bicentennial Committee 
Representative Cape Cod Planning & Economic 
Development Commission 


RICHARD T. WALES 

Member Finance Committee 
Former Chairman Waterways Committee 






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Elected Town Officers for 1978 


SELECTMEN AND BOARD OF HEALTH 

Barry A. Hemeon Term expires April, 1981 

Haden G. Greenhalgh, Chairman, Term expires April, 1980 
Board of Health 

Donn B. Griffin, Chairman, Term expires April, 1979 

Board of Selectmen 

ASSESSORS 

Barry A. Hemeon, Chairman Term expires April, 1981 

Haden G. Greenhalgh Term expires April, 1980 

Donn B. Griffin Term expires April, 1979 

TOWN CLERK, TREASURER AND COLLECTOR OF TAXES 

Ruth B. Ericson Term expires April, 1980 

HIGHWAY SURVEYOR 

Albert H. Raneo Term expires April, 1979 


TREE WARDEN 


Raymond L. Thacher 


Term expires April, 1981 


SCHOOL COMMITTEE 


Frances Ballam 

Clotilda Blackmore 

Nancy L. Clapp 

Harold J. Gabriel 

Richard E. Gomes, Chairman 


Term expires April, 1981 
Term expires April, 1981 
Term expires April, 1980 
Term expires April, 1979 
Term expires April, 1979 


PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION 


Blanche E. Baird 
H. William Morey 
Nancy A. Thyng 
William F. Downey, Jr. 
Edwin Jaworski, Chairman 
Glenn A. Rose 
Richard Hunt 
Gilbert Jensen 
Richard Murphy 


Term expires April, 1981 
Term expires April, 1981 
Term expires April, 1981 
Term expires April, 1980 
Term expires April, 1980 
Term expires April, 1980 
Term expires April, 1979 
Term expires April, 1979 
Term expires April, 1979 


WATER COMMISSIONERS 

Anne M. Smith Term expires April, 1981 

Richard H. Hathaway, Chairman Term expires April, 1980 
Francis J. Hibbert Term expires April, 1979 



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CEMETERY COMMISSIONERS 

Roger W. Munsey, Chairman Term expires April, 

Forrest A. Eaton, Jr. Term expires April, 

Richard B. Greenman Term expires April, 

TRUSTEES BROOKS FREE LIBRARY 


Marie Collins 

Term 

expires 

Charlotte P. Sims 

Term 

expires 

Eileen Cahoon 

Term 

expires 

Kenneth F. Coulson 

Term 

expires 

Marguerite G. Ferreira 

Term 

expires 

Frances S. B. Nesmith 

Term 

expires 


CONSTABLES 


Joseph Barber 

Term 

expires 

Sumner Campbell 

Term 

expires 

Kerry R. Hibbert 

Term 

expires 


MODERATOR 


Michael D. Ford 

Term 

expires 


APPOINTED BY THE MODERATOR 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Russell E. Brennan Term expires April, 

Charles F. Coleman, Sr. Term expires April, 

Lawrence F. Nickerson, Jr. Term expires April, 

Stephen Grizey Term expires April, 

Roy S. Tod Term Expires April, 

Helen Doane Term expires April, 

Robert F. Smith Term expires April, 

Sheldon J. Thayer, Jr., Chairman Term expires April, 

Allin P. Thompson, Jr., Executive Secretary 
(Appointed by the Committee) 

TRUSTEES CALEB CHASE FUND 

Henry F. Smith, Esquire Term expires April, 

David M. Davis Term expires April, 

LeRoy W. Long Term expires April, 

FIELD DRIVERS AND FENCE VIEWERS 

Joseph Barber Term expires April, 

Sumner Campbell Term expires April, 

Kerry R. Hibbert Term expires April, 

SURVEYOR OF WOOD AND LUMBER 

David E. Thyng Term expires April, 


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CAPE COD REGIONAL TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL 

DISTRICT COMMITTEE 

Carolyn G. Crowell Term expires April, 1980 

Jesse J. Morgan Term expires April, 1980 

TOWN GOVERNMENT STUDY COMMITTEE 

Marjorie Cahoon Daniel O’Leary 

Robert D. Hall, Esquire Robert Rowley 

Karen Jaworski, Chairman Lodge Staubach 

Daniel Manning 

BY-LAW REVIEW COMMITTEE 

Paul Doane Alan T. Hunt, Esquire 

James M. Falla, Esquire William Marion 

Michael D. Ford, Esquire, Chairman 

HARWICH CENTER PARKING STUDY COMMITTEE 

Helen Doane David Tobey, Chairman 

Robert Healy 

APPOINTED BY THE SELECTMEN 
CHIEF OF POLICE AND CIVIL DEFENSE DIRECTOR 

John S. Raneo Term expires June 30, 1979 

CHIEF OF FIRE DEPARTMENT AND FOREST WARDEN 

Charles A. Hall Term expires June 30, 1979 

TOWN COUNSEL 

James M. Falla, Esquire Term expires June 30, 1979 

TOWN ACCOUNTANT 

Philip T. Sherman Term expires June 30, 1979 

BUILDING INSPECTOR 

David E. Thyng Term expires June 30, 1979 

Jack Martin (Assistant) Term expires June 30, 1979 

DIRECTOR OF VETERANS’ SERVICES 
AND VETERANS’ AGENT 

Robert L. Carey Term expires June 30, 1979 

Mary L. Rooney (Clerk) 

Barbara B. Burkhard (Clerk) 

SUPERINTENDENT OF INSECT PEST CONTROL 

Raymond L. Thacher Term expires June 30, 1979 

SUPERINTENDENT OF TOWN DISPOSAL AREA 

Robert E. Marceline Term expires June 30, 1979 


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WIRE INSPECTOR 

Bradford L. Barrett, Jr. Term expires June 30, 1979 

Charles A. Barrett (Assistant) Term expires June 30, 1979 

GAS INSPECTOR 

Francis J. Hibbert Term expires June 30, 1979 

Courtenay N. Chase (Assistant) Term expires June 30, 1979 

BOARD OF HEALTH, SANITATION & 

LAYOUT INSPECTOR 

David E. Thyng Term expires June 30, 1979 

TOWN NURSE 

Mary E. Scanned, R.N. Term expires June 30, 1979 

Katherine V. Kelly, R.N. (Assistant) 

Sara Ayer, R.N. (Assistant) 

Peggy E. Hall (Clerk) 

NATURAL RESOURCES OFFICER, HARBORMASTER 

& WHARFINGER 

Thomas E. Leach Term expires June 30, 1979 

Donald Ryder (Assistant) Term expires June 30, 1979 

SHELLFISH CONSTABLE 

Thomas E. Leach Term expires June 30, 1979 

Donald Ryder (Assistant) Term expires June 30, 1979 

HEALTH OFFICER 

Carol A. Topolewski, M.D. Term expires June 30, 1979 

SEALERS OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 

Edward W. Strout Term expires June 30, 1979 

Donald Strout (Assistant) Term expires June 30, 1979 

PERSONNEL BOARD 

George R. Stearns Term expires June 

Caryl G. Howe Term expires June 

William A. Doherty, Jr., Esquire, Term expires June 
Chairman 

Philip V. R. Thomson Term expires June 

DOG OFFICER & INSPECTOR OF ANIMALS 

Sandra H. Bowen Term expires June 30, 1979 

PLANNING BOARD 

David M. Davis Term expires June 30, 1983 

James E. Stewart Term expires June 30, 1983 


30, 1982 
30, 1981 
30, 1980 

30, 1979 


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PLANNING BOARD—Continued 
Emulous E. Hall, Jr. Term expires 

Jacqueline Doane Term expires 

Robert H. Rowley Term expires 

Robert L. Ruggles, Chairman Term expires 

Norman P. Mason Term expires 

Freeman Allison Term expires 

Robert Healy Term expires 


BOARD OF APPEALS 


John L. Roche, Ed.D., Chairman 

Eleanor Tobey 

William J. Jussila 

George Vagenas 

Walter C. Hemeon 


Term expires 
Term expires 
Term expires 
Term expires 
Term expires 


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ASSOCIATE MEMBERS — BOARD OF APPEALS 


Alice Dalzell 
Ernest A. Elge 
Dean Derby 
Sara Ayer 
Charles H. Corbett 


Term expires 
Term expires 
Term expires 
Term expires 
Term expires 


BOARD OF REGISTRARS 

Marguerite E. Marion Term expires 

Dorothy S. O’Donnell, Chairman Term expires 
Mollie Handler Term expires 

Alice H. Stanford (Assistant) 


CONSERVATION COMMISSION 


Donald McLaughlin (resigned) 
Nathaniel Sperber 
Roger Scanlin 
Arthur Hayes, Chairman 
Donald T. Bates, Jr. 

Raymond L. Thacher 
Worcester Meriam 


Term expires 
Term expires 
Term expires 
Term expires 
Term expires 
Term expires 
Term expires 


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WATERWAYS COMMITTEE 

Terms Expire June 30, 1979 

Robert Butler Walter Kaplan 

Lawrence W. Coffin, Chairman Deirdre A. McLaughlin 

Elizabeth Dolan Russell B. Morgan 

Howland B. Jones, Jr. 


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COUNCIL 

F. Stephen Wessels 
Ellen Clark 
E. Alberta Crabtree 
Charlotte W. Morey 
Norman P. Mason 
Beatrice M. Mason 
Frank Perry, Jr., Chairman 


ON AGING 

Term expires June 30, 1982 
Term expires June 30, 1982 
Term expires June 30, 1981 
Term expires June 30, 1980 
Term expires June 30, 1980 
Term expires June 30, 1979 
Term expires June 30, 1979 


REPRESENTATIVE — CAPE COD PLANNING & ECONOMIC 

DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION 

Quinton R. Kiepe (Regular) Term expires 1980 

G. Wesley Stidstone (Alternate) Term expires 1980 

REPRESENTATIVE — 208 WASTE WATER 
MANAGEMENT STUDY PROGRAM 

Irving E. Lightbown 

REPRESENTATIVE — BARNSTABLE COUNTY 
WATERWAYS & DREDGING ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

Arthur Kettle 


REPRESENTATIVE — COASTAL ZONE 
ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

Thomas E. Leach Term expires June 30, 

Marguerite E. Marion Term expires June 30, 

(alternate) 

GOLF COMMISSION 

John Coombs Term expires June 30, 

Donald O. Ferguson Term expires June 30, 

Dr. David A. DeFerie, Chairman Term expires June 30, 

Frederick H. Jones Term expires June 30, 

James G. Marceline Term expires June 30, 


ALTERNATE MEMBERS 

Jesse J. Morgan 
Milton H. Welt 


HISTORICAL 

Archilus Cahoon 
David D. Tobey 
Cora E. Chase 
Annie M. Nickerson 
Raymond H. Grayson 
Helen M. Morgan 
Kathleen Smith 


— GOLF COMMISSION 
Te^m expires June 30, 
Term expires June 30, 

COMMISSION 

Term expires June 30, 
Term expires June 30, 
Term expires June 30, 
Term expires June 30, 
Term expires June 30, 
Term expires June 30, 
Term expires June 30, 


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HISTORIC DISTRICT STUDY COMMITTEE 

Janet Sickle Bette Bates Swanton Donald E. Hall 


HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION 


Nellie M. Raneo 
Patricia Greenwood 
Elizabeth Miller 
Florence M. Eldredge 
Peter J. Salini 

Theodore M. Lawton, Chairman 


Term expires June 30, 1981 
Term expires June 30, 1980 
Term expires June 30, 1980 
Term expires June 30, 1980 
Term expires June 30, 1980 
Term expires June 30, 1979 


ASSOCIATE MEMBER 

Donald E. Hall Term expires June 30, 1980 


TOWN FOREST COMMITTEE 


Elvera VonHagen 
Colin M. Stevenson 
Carl E. Johnson 


Term expires June 30, 1981 
Term expires June 30, 1980 
Term expires June 30, 1979 


BEACH COMMITTEE 

Terms Expire June 30, 1979 

Sherrill Duggan Edward Petrucelli, Chairman 

Nancy Limbacher Patti Smith 


SCHOOL BUILDING COMMITTEE 


Robert D. Hall, Esquire 
Earle L. Sims 
Dennis Duggan 
Carolyn G. Crowell 
Robert E. Joy 


Charles J. Monbleau 
Richard E. Gomes 
Marguerite G. Ferreira 
V. James Nikula 


LAND ACQUISITION ADVISORY BOARD 

Nathaniel Sperber Jacqueline Doane 

James Stewart Richard Greenman 

Lawrence F. Nickerson, Jr. Patricia Vasconcellos 

Bruce Jussila Richard Hathaway 

Emulous E. Hall, Jr. 


BUILDING CODE BOARD OF APPEALS 


Robert Leavitt 

Robert Cotrell 

Donald E. Hall 

Martin E. Moran, Chairman 

Theodore Lawton 


Term expires June 30, 1983 
Term expires June 30, 1982 
Term expires June 30, 1981 
Term expires June 30, 1980 
Term expires June 30, 1979 


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LABOR RELATIONS ADVISORY COMMITTEE 


Bruce Anderson 
Ruth B. Ericson 
Albert Garratt 
James G. Marceline 


Albert Raneo 
Anne Smith 
Philip T. Sherman 


TAX BASE STUDY COMMITTEE 

Emulous E. Hall, Jr. David D. Tobey 

Dr. Carl L. Clapp, Chairman Alan T. Hunt 

James Stewart Robert Rowley 

Lawrence Duffy 


Robert E. Joy 
Anne M. Smith 
Ralph Stevens 


Sheldon J. Thayer, Jr. 


CAPITAL OUTLAY COMMITTEE 

Stanley Friedman Richard Burton 

Charles McLaughlin, Esquire Charles F. Coleman, Sr. 

Chairman 

Allin P. Thompson, Jr. Harold McKenna 


YOUTH COMMISSION 


Carolyn G. Crowell 
Marianne Todd 
Russell Morris 
Gertrude Peters 
Sandra Daniels 
William Greenwood 
Lyman Culver 


Term expires 
Term expires 
Term expires 
Term expires 
Term expires 
Term expires 
Term expires 


June 30, 1981 
June 30, 1981 
June 30, 1980 
June 30, 1980 
June 30, 1980 
June 30, 1979 
June 30, 1979 


TOWN HALL STUDY COMMITTEE 

Terms Expire June 30, 1979 

Nancy Bates, Chairman Theodore Lawton 

Robert L. Ruggles Milton H. Welt 

F. Stephen Wessels 


HIGHWAY BUILDING MAINTENANCE 
STUDY COMMITTEE 

Terms Expire June 30, 1979 

Charles F. Coleman, Sr. Robert Handler 

Richard J. Kelly James G. Marceline 

Albert H. Raneo 


COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 

COMMISSION 

James O. Craig Term expires June 30, 1983 

Robert H. Rowley Term expires June 30, 1983 

David D. Tobey Term expires June 30, 1982 


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Wilfred H. Learned 
Jan Bone 
Oscar Fenster 
H. Donald Stanford 

EMPLOYEES UNDER 

Plumbing Inspector 

Courtenay N. Chase 

Assistant Plumbing Inspector 
Francis J. Hibbert 


Term expires June 30, 1982 
Term expires June 30, 1981 
Term expires June 30, 1981 
Term expires June 30, 1980 

CIVIL SERVICE 

Term expires June 30, 1979 
Term expires June 30, 1979 


TOWN OFFICE EMPLOYEES 

Secretary to the Board of Selectmen Juell E. Buckwold 

Principal Clerk Dorothy M. Martes 

Principal Clerk Mary M. O’Donnell 

Clerk Typist Patricia A. Cahill 

Regular Part-Time Clerk — Planning Board 

Evelyn R. Robinson 

Regular Part-Time Clerk — Building Inspector’s Office 

Mary Lou Blute 

Town Accountant’s Assistant Grace L. Hurst 

Senior Clerk — Accountant’s Office Anne M. Grizey 

Town Engineer Martin E. Moran, P.E. 

Assistant to the Engineer James Moore 

Custodian — Town Hall & Brooks Academy LeRoy Cotell 


APPOINTED BY TOWN CLERK, TREASURER 
AND COLLECTOR OF TAXES 


Administrative Assistant 

Principal Clerk 

Clerk-Typist 

Clerk-Typist 

Clerk-Typist 

Clerk-Typist 


Alice H. Stanford 
Ethel C. Wurtz 
Crystal Bottiggi 
Angela Goodwin 
Annette Manzoli 
Barbara Perry 


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Report of the Board of Selectmen 


On April 11, 1978 the Board reorganized and reelected 
Donn B. Griffin as Chairman of the Board of Selectmen; 
Haden G. Greenhalgh was reelected as Chairman of the 
Board of Health and Clerk of all Boards and Barry A. 
Hemeon was reelected as Chairman of the Board of Assessors. 

In November Mr. Greenhalgh was elected to the State 
House of Representatives and resigned as Selectman, Assessor 
and member of the Board of Health effective January 3, 1979. 
His unexpired term will be filled at the Annual 1979 Town 
Election in April. 

The gift of the “Wixon Boat House” on Herring River 
was accepted from Pauline Derrick and Adelia West and a 
suitable sign has been erected on the premises. 

The bulkhead at Red River Beach has been completed 
and already has started to collect sand to replenish and pro¬ 
tect our largest public beach. After meeting with our Beach 
Committee we have submitted an article to increase the 
beach sticker fee to offset costs. The matter of beach con¬ 
cessions and the paving of the Parking Lot at Bank Street 
Beach will be on the Town Meeting Agenda. 

We have requested $30,000.00 for plans and specifications 
for an addition to the present Town Hall based on the recom¬ 
mendation of the Town Hall Study Committee. Their report 
appears elsewhere in this Annual Town Report. Please be 
advised this will not be for the entire Architects fee, but will 
represent sufficient money to pay for plans and specifications 
suitable for bids. Upon the submission of firm bids the Board 
will ask for voter approval to build the addition less any grant 
assistance we may obtain. However, we recommend you make 
your decision at this time on the question of the addition. 
Please don’t vote for these plans unless you plan to support 
the project in the near future. 

The ever increasing demands placed upon the Office of 
Selectmen, Assessor and Board of Health by County, State 
and Federal bureaucracies require additional time and atten¬ 
tion. New programs must be scrutinized carefully before 
commitments are made. Many are mandated requiring im¬ 
mediate involvement if the Town’s interests are to be pro- 



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tected. An example of just a few: County Finance Advisory 
Board, Coastal Zone Management Program, Regional Transit 
Authority, the new classification amendment, collective bar¬ 
gaining with binding arbitration, the TOPICS program, 208 
water study and Title 5 Health Regulations. 

We welcome all new residents and invite you to visit 
your duly elected officials at Town Hall. 

We are proud of our open accessible Government. Resi¬ 
dents who want to become actively involved will find in the 
back of this Annual Report a form entitled “Citizens Activity 
Record”. Please fill it in and you too may become part of 
our grass roots Government. 

We take this opportunity to thank all Committees and 
individuals who work so constructively for the betterment 
of our Community. 

Respectfully submitted, 

DONN B. GRIFFIN 
BARRY A. HEMEON 


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Report of the Board of Assessors 

; 


To the Citizens of Harwich: 

This past year has been an extremely busy one for the 
Board of Assessors. Our revaluation is proceeding smoothly. 
All raw data has now been assembled and a notice of new 
values should be mailed to property owners in late April or 
early May. With the new values will be a listing of-those 
physical features which have been attributed to the property 
and which affects its value. This will allow the property 
owner to verify the accuracy of the information pertaining to 
his/her property and to notify the Assessors of any incorrect 
information. Hearings for this purpose will be held in July 
and August. 

The Constitutional Amendment allowing classification of 
property with up to 4 classes was passed by a referendum in 
November and is now clearly law. What is not so clear is the 
status of the legislation which would implement the amend¬ 
ment. There are many technical problems and unless these 
are corrected, court challenges appear certain. Most Asses¬ 
sors and State Officials concerned with taxation believe a 
one or two year moritori'um would be advisable. We hope 
the Legislature agrees. 

In the last few years the job of Assessor has become far 
more difficult and time consuming. The “Sudbury decision” 
requiring full value taxation, more complex exemptions and 
special tax programs for certain types of property are but a 
few of the additional duties requiring more and more of the 
Assessor’s time. Because of this we have inserted an article 
in this year’s warrant seeking to fund the position of Assist¬ 
ant Assessor. The person hired should have a thorough 
knowledge of the assessing and appraising fields and would 
do most of the work now being done by the Assessors and 
our outside appraisal firms. More importantly, however, an 
Assistant Assessor will be necessary if we are to realize maxi¬ 
mum benefits from our revaluation. The Finance Committee 
and Government Study Committee recognize this and support 
our request. We would also greatly appreciate your support. 



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The 1978 tax rate was computed as follows: 

Valuation of Town: 

December 31, 1978 $124,578,447.00 

December 31, 1977 122,949,613.00 


Increase in Valuation 

Valuation of Personal Estate: 

Stock in Trade and Machinery 

Boats 

Furniture 

All Other Tangible Personal Property 


$ 1,628,834.00 


$ 2,074,400.00 
351,080.00 
2,499,035.00 
1,930,547.00 


Total Personal Property 

Taxes on Real Estate 
Taxes on Personal Property 
Number of Acres of Land Assessed 
Number of Accounts 
Gross Amount to be Raised 


$ 6,855,062.00 

$ 5,120,967.24 

298,195.20 

8,678 

8,926 

$ 8,523,891.59 


ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND AVAILABLE FUNDS 


Motor Vehicle and Trailer Excise 

Licenses 

Fines 

General Government 
Health and Sanitation 
Schools 
Libraries 


$ 353,948.00 

35,499.00 
3,264.00 
16,906.00 
30,038.00 
5,400.00 
161.00 


Recreation: 

Golf 294,528.00 

Wharfage 83,898.00 

Beach 25,165.00 

Public Service (Water ) 322,451.00 

Interest 76,174.00 

Local Aid Fund 824,087.75 

Regional School Assessment Reduction 79,197.00 


Total Estimated Receipts 

Available Funds: 

Free Cash (to reduce tax rate) 

Free Cash (transferred STM 4/6/78) 
Overestimates (Cherry Sheet) 
Federal Revenue Sharing Funds 
Anti-Recession Funds 


$ 2,150,716.75 


$ 250,000.00 

5,704.79 
80,667.10 
272,425.71 
243,711.59 





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Other Transfers ATM—1978 
Other Transfers STM—4/6/78 


1,739.00 

99,764.21 


Total Available Funds $ 954,012.40 

Total Estimated Receipts and 

Available Funds $ 3,104,729.15 

Net Amount to Be Raised by Taxation $5,419,162.44 

Personal Property $ 298,195.20 

Real Estate 5,120,967.24 

- $5,419,162.44 

Tax Rate — $43.50 per thousand of valuation. 


Respectfully submitted, 

BARRY A. HEMEON, M.A.A., Chairman 
DONN B. GRIFFIN 




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Report of the Collector of Taxes 


To the Honorable Board of Selectmen 
and the Citizens of the Town of Harwich: 

I hereby respectfully submit my Annual Report of the 
Collector of Taxes for the fiscal year 1978. 


1973 REAL ESTATE TAXES 
7/1/77 — 6/30/78 

Audit Adjustment $69.63 

Outstanding June 30th, 1978 $69.63 

1974 REAL ESTATE TAXES 

Outstanding June 30th, 1977 $177.36 

Payments to Treasurer 

Refunds 87.50 

Audit Adjustment 262.56 

Tax Titles Unclaimed 33.76 

Tax Title $447.84 

Outstanding June 30th, 1978 113.34 


$561.18 $561.18 

1975 REAL ESTATE TAXES 

Outstanding June 30th, 1977 $17,330.38 

Tax Title 66.33 

Audit Adjustment .02 

Taxes in Litigation 792.00 

Refunds 64.22 

Payments to Treasurer $16,654.24 

Abatements 275.05 

Tax Title 925.32 

Outstanding June 30th, 1978 398.34 


$18,252.95 $18,252.95 

1976 REAL ESTATE TAXES 

Outstanding June 30th, 1977 $97,522.86 

Audit Adjustment 6.05 

Rescinded Abatement 175.00 

Tax Titles Unclaimed 133.38 

Refunds 110.78 







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Payments to Treasurer $46,135.41 

Abatements 1,064.38 

Tax Titles 1,065.52 

Taxes in Litigation 912.00 

Outstanding June 30th, 1978 48,770.76 


$97,948.07 $97,948.07 

1977 REAL ESTATE TAXES 


Outstanding June 30th, 1977 

Refunds 

Water Liens 

Reported as 1976 Real Estate 

Payments to Treasurer 

Abatements 

Tax Title 

Water Liens 

Taxes in Litigation 

Outstanding June 30th, 1978 


$287,962.08 

1,289.66 

1,143.14 

34,966.85 

$204,022.49 

3,175.50 

1,149.64 

943.66 

36.00 

116,034.44 


$325,361.73 


$325,361.73 


1978 REAL ESTATE TAXES 


Commitments 

Refunds 

Payments to Treasurer 
Abatements 

Outstanding June 30th, 1978 


$4,213,528.45 

139,455.30 

312,562.25 


$4,656,084.80 

9,461.20 


$4,665,546.00 


$4,665,546.00 


1972 PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXES 

Outstanding June 30, 1977 
Audit Adjustment 

Outstanding June 30th, 1978 $610.74 


$594.03 

16.71 


$610.74 

1973 PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXES 

Outstanding June 30th, 1977 
Audit Adjustment 

Outstanding June 30th, 1978 $666.87 


$610.74 

$644.95 

21.92 


$666.87 


$666.87 












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1974 PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXES 

Outstanding June 30th, 1977 
Payments to Treasurer $120.00 

Audit Adjustment 14.40 

Outstanding June 30th, 1978 744.80 


$879.20 

1975 PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXES 

Outstanding June 30th, 1977 
Audit Adjustment 
Refunds 

Payments to Treasurer 
Abatements 

Outstanding June 30th, 1978 


$627.97 

84.15 

1,704.09 


$2,416.21 


1976 PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXES 

Outstanding June 30th, 1977 
Refunds 

Payments to Treasurer $1,997.85 

! Abatements 178.60 

Outstanding June 30th, 1978 2,611.42 

$4,787.87 

1977 PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXES 

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Outstanding June 30th, 1977 
Audit Adjustment 
Refunds 

Payments to Treasurer $42,958.33 

Abatements 741.28 

Outstanding June 30th, 1978 6,129.84 

$49,829.45 

1978 PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXES 

Commitments 
Refunds 

Payments to Treasurer 
Abatements 

Outstanding June 30th, 1978 


$253,187.58 

5,211.40 

11,641.54 


$879.20 


$879.20 


$2,410.74 

.03 

5.44 


$2,416.21 


$4,586.09 

201.78 


$4,787.87 


$49,521.14 

2.86 

305.45 


$49,829.45 


$269,420.52 

620.00 


$270,040.52 


$270,040.52 













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1971 EXCISE TAXES 


Outstanding June 30th, 1977 
Audit Adjustment 
Payments to Treasurer 
Abatements 

Outstanding June 30th, 1978 


$23.80 

33.00 

7,154.64 


$7,154.22 

57.22 


1972 

Outstanding June 30th, 
Audit Adjustment 
Refunds 

Payments to Treasurer 
Abatements 

Outstanding June 30th, 


$7,211.44 

EXCISE TAXES 

1977 

$63.68 

.55 

1978 8,234.07 


$8,298.30 


1973 EXCISE TAXES 


Outstanding June 30th, 1977 
Refunds 

Payments to Treasurer 
Audit Adjustment 
Outstanding June 30th, 1978 


$212.71 

18.35 

18,094.04 


$7,211.44 


$8,272.93 

20.77 

4.60 


$8,298.30 


$18,315.55 

9.55 


$18,325.10 


1974 EXCISE TAXES 


Outstanding June 30th, 1977 
Refunds 

Payments to Treasurer 
Abatements 
Audit Adjustment 
Outstanding June 30th, 1978 


$565.43 

99.00 

37.58 

24,034.83 


$18,325.10 

$24,680.04 

56.80 


$24,736.84 

1975 EXCISE TAXES 
Outstanding June 30th, 1977 
Audit Adjustment 
Refunds 

Payments to Treasurer $1,846.12 

Abatements 83.60 


$24,736.84 


$21,559.72 

.06 

22.21 










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Outstanding June 30th, 1978 


19,652.27 


$21,581.99 


1976 EXCISE TAXES 


Outstanding June 30th, 1977 
Commitments 
Audit Adjustment 
Refunds 

Payments to Treasurer 
Abatements 

Outstanding June 30th, 1978 


$25,058.41 

3,167.62 

19,669.36 

$47,895.39 


1977 EXCISE TAXES 


Outstanding June 30th, 1977 

Commitments 

Refunds 

Payments to Treasurer 
Abatements 

Outstanding June 30th, 1978 


$166,950.32 

20,944.14 

60,705.82 

$248,600.28 


1978 EXCISE TAXES 

Commitments 

Payments to Treasurer $215,687.92 

Abatements 18,760.48 

Outstanding June 30th, 1978 63,426.97 


$297,875.37 


MUNICIPAL LIENS 
581 @ $6.00 = $3,486.00 

Respectfully submitted, 


$21,581.99 


$44,333.73 

2,558.65 

181.22 

821.79 


$47,895.39 


$114,424.67 

128,681.51 

5,494.10 


$248,600.28 


$297,875.37 


$297,875.37 


RUTH B. ERICSON 
Tax Collector 










22 


Report of the Police Department 


To the Honorable Board of Selectmen 
and the Citizens of the Town of Harwich: 

I hereby submit the Annual Report of the Harwich Police 
Department for the year 1978. 


PERSONNEL 

Administration 


Rank 

Name 

Address 

Chief 

John S. Raneo 

Harwich 

Lieutenant 

Norman A. Fennell 

Pleasant Lake 

Secretary 

Velmah S. Munsey 

East Harwich 

Records Clerk 

Cynthia A. Shannon 

Eastham 


Detective Division 


Sergeant 

Craig B. Hall 

Pleasant Lake 

Prosecutor 

Ignatius F. Fennell 

East Dennis 

Detective 

William F. Greenwood 

East Harwich 

Detective 

James G. Mendes 

Harwich 


Patrol Division 


Sergeant 

Walter D. Ennes, Jr. 

Pleasant Lake 

Sergeant 

Peter G. Welch 

Harwich 

Sergeant 

Joseph G. Zalesak, Jr. 

South Harwich 

Patrolman 

Richard G. Blais 

Harwichport 

Patrolman 

Paul D. Crowley 

Pleasant Lake 

Patrolman 

Phillip J. Fennell 

East Harwich 

Patrolman 

Manuel A. Gomes, Jr. 

Harwich 

Patrolman 

John A. Hodurski 

Dennis 

Patrolman 

Ezekiel G. LaFortune 

East Harwich 

Patrolman 

Thomas U. Linnell 

Harwichport 

Patrolman 

Christopher E. Marcotte 

Brewster 

Patrolman 

Donald R. Moreland 

East Harwich 

Patrolman 

William G. Rollins 

Harwich 

Patrolman 

David C. Smith 

Dennisport 

Patrolman 

Chester F. Wright, Jr. 

Pleasant Lake 

Dispatcher 

Charles H. Hull 

Harwich 

Dispatcher 

Veronica D. Ritchie 

West Harwich 

Dispatcher 

Herbert F. Rowley 

Harwichport 

Dispatcher 

Sandra R. Scruggs 

Harwich 



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SPECIAL OFFICERS — YEAR ROUND 

Rank Name Address 

Joseph Barber Peter Horigan Herbert F. Rowley 

William Brown Charles H. Hull Thomas Smith 

Christopher Collins Robert Milbier 
Joseph Gomes Craig T. Morris 

SPECIAL OFFICERS — MATRON 

Courtenay L. Foote DeSano Hepperle Veronica D. Ritchie 
Ina M. Gould Sandra R. Scruggs 

Cynthia S. Shannon Diane Kendrick 


SPECIAL OFFICERS — SEASONAL 


Robert J. Knott, Jr. 
Edward P. Conners 
Richard J. Crosson 
Michael F. Meehan 
David J. Nixon 
David L. Ruggles 


Courtenay L. Foote 
Shane M. Gingras 
Ina M. Gould 
William Barnes 
Dennis J. Picariello 
Juliana Peterson 


David J. Jacek 
Edward Lambton 
Kevin F. O’Shea 
Thomas K. Condon 
Glenn H. Rowley 


CRIMINAL MOTOR VEHICLE AND BY-LAW 
OFFENSES AND ACTIVITY 

F.B.I. CLASSIFICATION, PART I OFFENSES 


Complaints Increase 


Code Category 

1977 

1978 

% 

01 Homicide 

0 

0 


02 Rape 

2 

1 

— 50% 

03 Robbery 

4 

12 

+300% 

04 Assault 

31 

30 

— 3% 

05 Burglary 

262 

275 

+ 5% 

06 Larceny 

317 

453 

+ 43% 

07 Motor Vehicle Theft 

26 

27 

+ 4% 


642 

798 

+ 24% 


ALL OTHER COMPLAINTS AND ACTIVITY 


Code Category Complaints 

08 Aggravated Assault 9 

09 Arson 8 

10 Forgery 1 

11 Fraud 1 

13 Possession Stolen Property 5 

15 Weapons Violations 11 





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Code Category Complaints 

17 Sex Offenses 10 

18 Drug Law Violations 47 

20 Offenses Against Family/Children 16 

22 Liquor Law Violations 15 

23 Disorderly Conduct 7 

24 Vandalism 288 

31 Trespassing 35 

32 Civil Complaints 58 

34 Juvenile Offenses 33 

35 Found/Recovered Property 241 

37 By-Law Violations 81 

38 Missing Persons 50 

39 Lost Property 109 

40 Disturbance 136 

45 Noise Complaint 364 

46 Annoying Phone Calls 32 

47 Suspicious Incidents 1,530 

50 General Services 516 

52 Escort 33 

53 Prisoner Transport 11 

54 Citizen Assists 331 

57 Animal Complaints 644 

58 Assist Municipal Agency 26 

59 K-9 Deployment 78 

60 Summons Served 594 

62 Medical Assist 348 

63 Report of Death 15 

65 Incapacitated Persons 149 

66 Fires Attended 172 

67 Alarms Answered 606 

69 Assists to Other Police Departments 214 

70 Motor Vehicle Stops 2,172 

71 Motor Vehicle, Unauthorized Use Of 5 

74 Motor Vehicle Accidents 522 

Injured Persons 164 

Deaths 8 

77 Traffic Control 77 

78 Disabled Motor Vehicles 411 

79 Parking Violations Issued 455 

Traffic Citations Issued 883 

Mileage by Police Cruisers 307,871 miles 

Gasoline Consumed by Cruisers 26,675 gallons 


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ARRESTED AND CONFINED TO LOCKUP 


Category 

Total 

Part I Offenses 

120 

Other Offenses 

308 

Protective Custody 

11 

Incapacitated 

149 


588 


LICENSES & PERMITS ISSUED 



Category 

Total 


Pistol Permits 

136 


Firearms Identification Cards 

67 


Liquor Identification Cards 

10 


Bicycle Registrations 

49 


Firearms Dealers License 

3 



265 

FUNDS SUBMITTED TO TOWN TREASURER 

(1) 

Court Fines 

$8,277.86 

(2) 

Pistol Permits 

1,360.00 

(3) 

Firearms Identification Cards 

134.00 

(4) 

Liquor Identification Cards 

20.00 

(5) 

Bicycle Registrations 

12.25 

(6) 

Firearms Dealer Licenses 

30.00 

(7) 

Police Auction 

1,209.58 

(8) 

Miscellaneous 

149.75 

(9) 

Insurance Reports 

1,535.00 


TOTAL 

$12,728.44 


1978 was a year of progress, change, improvement, and 
setbacks for the police department. We took occupancy of 
our new addition, made possible by a 100% Federal Grant 
from EDA. We developed new programs designed to improve 
our efficiency and stretch your tax dollar. Our Crime Preven¬ 
tion Program got off the ground late in the year, and has 
met with early success. Citizens, businessmen and clubs in¬ 
terested in the Crime Prevention Program are requested to 
contact our Crime Prevention Officer. 

On the disappointing side, we experienced an alarming 
increase, for the third year in a row, in criminal activity. 





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Of particular concern, is a 300% increase in the number of 
armed robberies, and approximately a 35% increase in drug 
related offenses. In the area of drug law violations, we will 
direct our efforts toward the supplier and distributor. With 
regard to the crimes, classified by the FBI as “PART I OF¬ 
FENSES”, we observed an increase of 24.3% over 1977, and 
a 52.58% increase over 1976. It is interesting to note that 
“PART I OFFENSES” account for less than 10% of our total 
activity and that almost all other categories increased accord¬ 
ingly. We are faced with a very serious problem and must 
take positive steps now, in addition to last year’s programs, 
to combat this trend. Our current budget and article requests 
are designed to further improve our operating efficiency, 
stretch the tax dollar, and provide the protective, investi¬ 
gative and preventative services our citizens are entitled to. 

Recent legislation has added a burden to our budget. The 
court reform bill will mean many more hours in court by our 
officers, and the bill giving the Massachusetts Criminal Jus¬ 
tice Training Council authority over all police training will 
mean a more proficient police agency, but at a much higher 
cost to the taxpayer. These two pieces of legislation were 
given great consideration during our budget preparation, and 
we feel that we have achieved the most economical method 
of implementing these state mandated programs. 

I wish to thank the Board of Selectmen, the various 
Town Departments, Committees, members of the Police De¬ 
partment, and all citizens of the Town for their cooperation 
and assistance during 1978. 

Respectfully submitted, 

JOHN S. RANEO 
Chief of Police 


27 


Fire Department and Forest Warden’s Report 


To the Honorable Board of Selectmen 
and Citizens of the Town of Harwich: 

I hereby respectfully submit the annual report of the 
Fire Department and the Forest Warden’s Department for the 
year 1978. 

Personnel 

Years 


Rank 

Name 

Address 

Service 

Chief 

Charles A. Hall 

West Harwich 

31 

Inspector 

Captain Robert Hudson North Harwich 

17 


Ladder 

#1 


Captain 

Arthur Stearns 

Harwich Center 

17 

Ladderman 

John Eldredge 

Pleasant Lake 

7 

Ladderman 

C. Brent Hemeon 

Harwich Center 

10 

Ladderman 

Roy Eldredge, Jr. 

Harwich Center 

5 

Ladderman 

Richard Pina 

Pleasant Lake 

4 

Ladderman 

Norman Clarke, Jr. 

Harwich Port 

2 

Ladderman 

Gordon King 

West Harwich 

2 

Ladderman 

Jack Maloney 

Harwich Port 

2 

Ladderman 

Albert Tyldesley 

Pleasant Lake 

2 

Ladderman 

Wilfred Remillard 

Pleasant Lake 

4 

Ladderman 

William Flynn, Jr. 

Harwich Port 

5 

Ladderman 

Henry Jessop 

North Harwich 

1 

Ladderman 

Robert Johnson 

Pleasant Lake 

1 

Ladderman 

Bruce F. Young 

Harwich Center 

1 


Engine 

#1 


Captain 

Bruce C. Young 

Harwich Center 

21 

Engineman 

Leonard Thayer 

South Harwich 

14 

Engineman 

Gordon Thayer 

South Harwich 

17 

Engineman 

John Ayer 

East Harwich 

5 

Engineman 

James Lusher 

East Harwich 

10 

Engineman 

Donald McAskill 

Pleasant Lake 

9 

Engineman 

John MacDiarmid 

East Harwich 

2 

Engineman 

Alan Kalbach 

East Harwich 

5 

Engineman 

Robert Williams 

Brewster 

1 

Engineman 

Greg Ballem 

East Harwich 

1 

Engineman 

Chester Mohr, Jr. 

East Harwich 

3 


Engine 

#3 


Captain 

Robert Peterson 

Harwich Center 

17 

Lieutenant 

Raymond Thacher 

North Harwich 

21 

Engineman 

Charles Urton 

North Harwich 

10 

Engineman 

Leonard Kalbach 

North Harwich 

3 

Engineman 

Joseph McNeil 

Harwich Center 

6 

Engineman 

Frederick Pina 

Harwich Center 

16 

Engineman 

John Await 

North Harwich 

6 

Engineman 

Edwin Eldredge 

Harwich Center 

5 

Engineman 

Richard Bates 

West Harwich 

10 



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Engine #4 


Rank 


Name 


Address 


Years 

Service 


Captain 

Engineman 

Engineman 

Engineman 

Engineman 

Engineman 

Engineman 

Engineman 

Engineman 

Engineman 

Engineman 

Engineman 

Engineman 


Theron C. Holmes 
Norman Clarke, Sr. 
Bertram Eldredge 
Robert McBride 
Vincent Pisciotta 
Roger Bailey 
Harold Gabriel 
Frederick Dunford 
Clifton Stalker 
Walter Eldredge, Jr. 
James Kavanaugh 
Daniel Spencer 
James Marinelli 


West Harwich 
Harwich Port 
Harwich Center 
Pleasant Lake 
West Harwich 
Harwich Port 
Harwich Port 
North Harwich 
Harwich Port 
Harwich Port 
West Harwich 
Pleasant Lake 
Harwich Center 


23 

2 

7 

6 

5 

19 

4 

2 

9 

9 

4 

1 

1 


Charles S. Pratt 
Arthur P. Doane 
Francis Nickerson 
John Z. Daluze 
Sheldon Thayer, Sr. 
William S. Johnson 
Samuel Arsenault 
Frank Roderick 
Roy H. Eldredge 


Life Members 

New Mexico 
Harwich Port 
Harwich Port 
Pleasant Lake 
Maine 
Maine 

South Dennis 
Pleasant Lake 
Harwich Center 


Ex-Fireman 
Ex-Fireman 
Ex-Fireman 
Ex-Fireman 
Ex-Deputy Chief 
Ex-Deputy Chief 
Ex-Captain 
Ex-Fireman 
Ex-Fireman 


Town of Harwich Insurance Rating 


(1) 

( 2 ) 
(a) 


Property subject to minimum rates Grade C 

Specifically rated property 6th Class 


Total number of fire and rescue alarms answered to each section 
of town: 


North Harwich 

81 

Harwich Port 

359 

East Harwich 

177 

Harwich Center 

245 

South Harwich 

95 

Pleasant Lake 

116 

West Harwich 

162 

Out of Town 

35 




1,270 


(b) Number of alarms answered each month: 


January 

98 

May 

110 

September 

110 

February 

69 

June 

148 

October 

98 

March 

82 

July 

153 

November 

80 

April 

96 

August 

142 

December 

84 


1,270 

(c) Number of alarms answered from each station: 


Headquarters 925 

Station Two 345 


1,270 





29 


(d) 


(e) 

(f) 
Cg) 

(h) 

(i) 

(j) 

(k) 

(l) 

(m) 

(n) 

(o) 


Total number of fire and rescue alarms by type: 


Fires Rescue 


1 . 

Structures 

21 

1 . 

Surgical & Medical 

383 

2. 

Investigations 

63 

2. 

Service 

32 

3. 

Oil Burners 

8 

3. 

First-Aid 

41 

4. 

Vehicles 

21 

4. 

Needless 

39 

5. 

Dump & Rubbish 

4 

5. 

Heart Attacks 

122 

6, 

Electrical 

14 

6. 

Maternity 

5 

7. 

Grass & Woods 

42 

7. 

Auto & Pedestrian 

124 

8. 

False or Needless 

84 

8. 

Home, Work & Play 

178 

9. 

Chimney 

7 

9. 

Dead on Arrival 

17 

10. 

Service 

20 

10. 

Suicides & Attempted 

1 

11. 

Equipment 

3 

11. 

Boating Accidents 

1 

12. 

Boat 

2 

12. 

Out of Town 

22 

13. 

Bomb Scares 

4 




14. 

Out of Town 

12 





305 965 


Total acres of woodland burned 11.50 

Total acres of grassland burned 2.00 

Open air burning permits issued 303 

Oil burner permits issued and inspected 194 

Wood stoves and chimneys inspected 73 

Dwelling fire alarm permits issued 257 

Commercial fire alarm permits issued 14 

Inspection of licensed premises with building inspector 185 

Commercial inspections 335 

Permits issued under Chapter 148 27 

Total monies collected for inspection permits $1,605.00 


I wish to thank all the Officers and Men of the Depart¬ 
ment for their cooperation, and donation of time, during the 
past year, to the Chiefs and Members of other Towns, and to 
the Citizens of Harwich for their cooperation. 


Respectfully submitted, 

CHARLES A. HALL 
Chief of Department 




30 


Report of the Building Inspector 


To the Honorable Board of Selectmen 
and Citizens of the Town of Harwich: 

I hereby submit my report of activity in the Building 
Department for the year 1978. 

A total of $14,514.00 was collected in various fees and 
paid to the Town Treasurer, compared with $12,782.00 for 
1977. Our permit and fee structure has remained unchanged 
from the previous year. 

There were 121 Certificates of Inspection issued to public 
and semi-public use group buildings. This group includes 
restaurants, motels, lodging houses, churches, schools, places 
of public assembly, etc. Most of these use groups have to be 
inspected and certified on an annual basis due to State Build¬ 
ing Code requirements. These buildings are inspected for 
safety and rated for capacity. Most inspections of this nature 
are done in conjunction with the Fire Inspector, and many 
require several inspections before certification. 

The following are the total number of permits issued this 
year compared with those of the previous two years. 



1978 

1977 

1976 

Building 

493 

443 

325 

Sewage 

239 

219 

203 

Demolition 

9 

21 

9 

Sign 

43 

38 

42 


The following table lists the number and estimated per¬ 
mit values for the various types of construction this year: 


144 

Single Family Dwellings 

$4,680,350 

2 

Condominiums 

2,000,000 

3 

Commercial Buildings 

61,200 

59 

Additions — Residential 

464,580 

8 

Additions — Commercial 

49,900 

56 

Alterations — Residential 

162,803 

13 

Alterations —■ Commercial 

21,410 

1 

Alteration — Municipal 

326 

72 

Repairs — Residential 

93,942 

7 

Repairs — Commercial 

5,500 

9 

Garages 

35,700 

19 

Foundations 

112,450 



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26 

Sheds 

12,367 

29 

Decks 

22,650 

1 

Barn 

4,500 

3 

Porches 

3,600 

2 

Greenhouses 

4,800 

16 

Stoves 

6,990 

6 

Walls 

20,800 

2 

Stairs/Fire Escapes 

850 

4 

Swimming Pools 

19,800 

9 

Chimneys 

4,450 

2 

Excavations 

10,000 


493 $7,798,968 

The State Building Code requirements have increased this 
past year. On 1 January, 1978, the State Energy Code became 
effective, which dictated insulation, heating, plumbing and 
electrical requirements for new construction beyond those 
required in the past. This has, in essence, required closer 
cooperation between the various inspection services within 
the Town, and additional inspections by this Department. It 
has also required additional plan review. The State Energy 
Code instituted a lighting audit requirement for buildings of 
10,000 square feet or more which our Department must over¬ 
see. We are also expected to oversee the requirements of the 
Architectural Barriers Board (Handicapped Code) and the 
Federal Glazing Standards. A new State Building Code is ex¬ 
pected early in 1979, and we have been attending seminars 
in regard to the new provisions of this Code. 

In addition to the building responsibilities, this Depart¬ 
ment is the Agent for the Board of Health. As such, we are 
required to conduct periodic health and sanitary inspections 
of restaurants and food preparation areas, as well as rental 
occupancies and Board of Health complaints. In these inspec¬ 
tions, we are governed primarily by Article II of the State 
Sanitary Code (Minimum Standards for Human Habitation) 
and Title V (Sewage Disposal Systems) of that Code. This 
work load increases considerably during the summer months 
and thought has been given to the possibility of acquiring 
extra help during this period. 

Our sincere thanks are given to the Town for voting for 
our Department vehicle during the past Annual Town Meet¬ 
ing. We now have that vehicle, are very pleased with it, and 
expect it to be a definite asset to the functioning of our De- 




32 


partment. We hope in the near future to supplement this 
asset with a mobile communication tie-in with at least the 
Fire Department so that we may operate more efficiently and 
responsively for the Town. 

I wish to extend my sincere appreciation to the Board of 
Selectmen, Town Engineer, Town Counsel and Fire Inspector, 
as well as the other inspectors, Town Departments, Boards 
and Commissions for their assistance and cooperation. Mr. 
Jack Martin has continued his able endeavors to this Depart¬ 
ment as my assistant, and I extend my special thanks to him 
for this effort. 


Respectfully submitted, 

DAVID E. THYNG 
Inspector of Buildings 


Report of the Gas Inspector 


To the Honorable Board of Selectmen 
and Citizens of the Town of Harwich: 

I hereby submit my report as Gas Inspector for the year 
1978. 

Total inspections for the year, including all 


types of inspections 2,313 

Total permits issued 157 

Total inspections by the Assistant Inspector 81 

Total money paid to the Town Treasurer $489.00 

Total miles driven 12,332 


Due to the faulty construction of the flues a lot more 
inspections have to be made by the building inspector and 
myself than is necessary and we think a charge should be 
made for these inspections, and I have asked the selectmen 
to increase the fees, so that the people using other types of 
fuel are paying for the cost of gas installations. 

Respectfully submitted, 

FRANCIS J. HIBBERT 
Gas Inspector 




33 


Report of the Inspector of Wires 


To the Honorable Board of Selectmen 
and to the Citizens of the Town of Harwich: 

I hereby submit my report as Wire Inspector for the year 
ending December 31, 1978. 

The following inspections were made for additions to 
present wiring, three wire systems to replace old two wire 
services, off peak hot water meters, temporary services for 
construction, and the wiring of new homes. 


New Services 

184 

Additions 

32 

Temporary 

69 

Change of Services 

68 

Off Peak Meters 

8 

Pools 

4 

Requested Inspections 

20 

Outstanding 

22 

Christmas Lights 

3 

TOTAL 

410 


Estimated Cost of Wiring $330,200.00 

I wish to thank all Town departments and electrical con¬ 
tractors for their continued cooperation. 

Respectfully submitted, 

BRADFORD L. BARRETT, JR. 
Wire Inspector 




34 


Report of the Inspector of Animals 


Honorable Board of Selectmen 

and Citizens of the Town of Harwich: 

The following report is for January 1, 1978 to December 
31, 1978. This year there was a decrease in the number of 
dog bites reported to me. We ended up with a total of ten, 
compared with eighteen for the previous year. All dogs 
quarantined were found to be negative at the end of the ten 
day period. 

I again this year had to trap and dispose of a number of 
wild cats. I also had numerous calls regarding skunks, rac¬ 
coons, snakes and bats. 

All the stables in town were again inspected and a count 
taken of all the horses, cows, sheep and goats in town. 

Respectfully submitted, 

SANDRA BOWEN 
Inspector of Animals 



35 


Report of the Dog Officer 


Honorable Board of Selectmen 

and Citizens of the Town of Harwich: 

I hereby submit my report as the Dog Officer from 
January 1, 1978 to December 31, 1978. 

As of December 31st, we had 831 dogs licensed in town. 
This was an increase of 114 for the same period of time last 
year. 

The rabies clinic we held at the Fire Station turned out 
to be a success. I wish to thank all of those who participated 
for their help. 

I would again at this time like to express my thanks to 
the Harwich Police Department for their help and also to 
the concerned citizens of the town who care about the wel¬ 
fare of the animals in town. If at any time anyone has a 
problem or a question regarding any animal, please call and 
I will do what I can. 

Respectfully submitted, 

SANDRA BOWEN, Dog Officer 



36 


Report of the Sealer of Weights & Measures 


To the Honorable Board of Selectmen 
Town of Harwich, Massachusetts 

I hereby submit my report as Sealer of Weights and 
Measures for the period March 1 through December 31, 1978. 


Total fees collected and turned over to Town Treasurer: 


$436.40. 

Adjusted 

Sealed 

Not Sealed 

Condemned 

Scales over 10,000 

0 

0 

0 

0 

Scales 100-5,000 

1 

5 

0 

0 

Scales 10-100 

3 

23 

4 

0 

Scales Less than 10 

2 

9 

2 

0 

Apothecary Weights 

0 

22 

0 

0 

Meters 1" or less 

6 

67 

10 

0 

Meters 1" or over 

0 

5 

0 

0 


Respectfully submitted, 

EDWARD W. STROUT 
Sealer of Weights and Measures 



37 


Report of the Highway Surveyor 


To the Honorable Board of Selectmen 
and the Citizens of the Town of Harwich: 

I think Harwich needs a conservative ethic which says 
that the public should look at all progress and ask: Is this 
really necessary? Is there a complete budget plan? 

We must have appropriate funding for necessary public 
works programs. Maintenance funds are the first to go, and 
they are the most seriously neglected. 

Today Public Works programs are being judged and mea¬ 
sured by more than the bottom line. There is a constant cry 
that taxes are excessive and that there are too many people 
on the payroll. Well organized groups, senior citizens and 
those on welfare are asking for a “life line” rate or a similar 
procedure which will prevent increases. There is a strong 
effort to substitute ascending rates for descending block rates. 
On the other hand few people want to reduce the quality of 
service which they receive. The almost universal cry is for 
higher standards of workmanship and for cleaner, well main¬ 
tained streets. Traffic safety is emphasized, often in the 
form of more stop signs and street markings. 

Keeping this in mind, the Town Departments working 
together will not only save the taxpayers money but accom¬ 
plish many necessary and important projects. 

During this past year we have hotmixed, oiled, stone- 
sealed, installed and corrected numerous drainage problems, 
improved intersections for safety purposes, and performed 
general everyday maintenance on various town owned streets. 

I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Board 
of Selectmen, the various Department Heads and the Citizens 
of Harwich for their continued support during my past three 
terms in office as Surveyor of Highways. 

Respectfully submitted, 

ALBERT H. RANEO 
Surveyor of Highways 



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Report of the Town Engineer 


Honorable Board of Selectmen 
and Citizens of the Town of Harwich: 

During the past year, the three construction grants re¬ 
ceived from the Economic Development Administration re¬ 
sulted in the completion of Water Main extensions in John 
Joseph Road and improvements at Red River Beach. The 
third project, Police Station Addition, is for all practical pur¬ 
poses completed and occupied. 

The Engineering Department has prepared layouts of 
three private roads for taking as town ways. These roads are 
as follows: 

1. Chestnut Lane 

2. Elm Drive 

3. Maple Lane 

The design by the State Department of Public Works for 
improvements to various intersections (TOPICS PROGRAM) 
has proceeded to the 100% stage. In addition, the Route 28 
sidewalk design by the Harwich Engineering Department is 
approximately 60% complete. These sidewalks are proposed 
for the area between Miles Street and Bank Street. 

A revision of the Route 137 and 39 intersection in East 
Harwich is proposed and the design completed. These im¬ 
provements include signalization of this intersection. The 
plans are out for bid with construction proposed for the spring 
of 1979. 

After many years, the dredging of outer Allens Harbor 
Channel will be undertaken by the State Division of Water¬ 
ways in the spring of 1979. The material dredged will be 
pumped onto the sand starved beaches to the east of Allens 
Harbor. 

The Department continues to work with the Cemetery 
Commission on the mapping of Mt. Pleasant Cemetery. 

As in the past, the cooperation of all Town Departments 
has resulted in a more efficient and productive operation by 
this Department. 


Respectfully submitted, 

MARTIN E. MORAN, P.E. 
Town Engineer 



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Report of the Highway Department 
Maintenance Building Study Committee 


To the Honorable Board of Selectmen 
and the Citizens of the Town of Harwich: 

Since its formation on September 12, 1978, the Committee 
has met nearly every week to ascertain requirements and 
develop design criteria for the preparation and acceptance 
of engineered working drawings and specifications to be ob¬ 
tained by contract with a qualified architect. 

To determine the amount of utilization, meetings were 
held with other department heads. Based upon those dis¬ 
cussions and information available, the building size was 
established to meet current and projected needs with provi¬ 
sions for future expansion if necessary. 

The Committee is currently scheduling meetings sepa¬ 
rately with several architects for the purpose of soliciting 
proposals. 

The co-operation of all involved Town Departments is 
sincerely appreciated especially the considerable assistance 
provided by Mr. Martin Moran, Town Engineer, in support 
of the Committee’s activities. 

Respectfully submitted, 

CHARLES COLEMAN, SR., Chairman 
JAMES MARCELINE 
ALBERT RANEO 
ROBERT HANDLER 
RICHARD KELLY 



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Report of the Board of Water Commissioners 


To the Citizens of the Town of Harwich: 

For your approval, we submit the Annual Report for the 
12 month period ending June 30, 1978. As required by the 
State, we have completed our transition from a calendar to 
a fiscal year. 

During this period, the 16" water main on John Joseph 
Road has been completed and domestic water services have 
been installed. 

New water mains were also laid throughout the “Damon 
Woods” sub-division off Chatham Road, on Ann’s Way in 
South Harwich, and a fire sprinkler system was installed at 
the Snow Inn Complex. During fiscal year 1978, 150 domestic 
water services were installed, bringing the total to 5,470. 

Throughout the Town, the continuing program of inspec¬ 
tion and repair of gate valves and fire hydrants has been up¬ 
graded. 

At the Main Station, maintenance of the buildings and 
grounds has progressed. We are continuing to repair and up¬ 
date the BIF electrical equipment which controls pumping 
throughout the system and the installation of a second auto¬ 
matic pump control mechanism for Route 39 tank has been 
started. 

A pilot program of meter reading in the months of May 
and June has proven so successful that it will be made 
permanent. The Department read more meters with fewer 
call-backs than in any previous year. 

The rate increase for excess usage has also proven suc¬ 
cessful as it has encouraged water conservation throughout 
the Town. 

We would like to express our appreciation for the co- 
operation of all Town Departments and Officials who helped 
us tc attain these successful results. 



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The following data is taken from departmental records: 

MILES OF MAINS BY SIZES 



20” 

16” 

12” 

10” 

8” 

6” 

2” 

1V 2 ” 

PA” 

1” 

Total 

Through 6/77 
Added 

.03 

10.50 

6.04 

17.28 

33.05 

35.70 

19.58 

1.00 

.49 

.02 

123.69 

FY ’78 None 

.60 

None 

None 

.30 

.39 

None 

None 

None 

None 

1.29 

Total 

.03 

11.10 

6.04 

17.28 

33.35 

36.09 

19.58 

1.00 

.49 

.02 

124.98 


F.Y. 1978 MAIN LINE CONSTRUCTION 


Name of Street 

Kind of Pipe 

Size 

Length 

Hydrants 

♦Ann’s Way 

C. L. Ductile 

6” 

463’ 

1 

♦Joshua Jethro Road 

C. L. Ductile 

8” 

1232’ 

1 

♦Little Marsh Road 

C. L. Ductile 

6” 

582’ 

None 

♦Parson’s Path 

C. L. Ductile 

8” 

385’ 

None 

♦Wood Lilly Road 

C. L. Ductile 

6” 

655’ 

1 

♦Snow Inn 

C. L. Ductile 

6” 

289’ 

1 

John Joseph Road 

C. L. Ductile 

16” 

3174’ 

6 


♦Denotes Private Developer Paid 


WATER CONSUMPTION 


July . 

August . 

September . 

October . 

November . 

December . 

January . 

February . 

March . 

Rainfall 

. 1.36 

. 5.08 

. 4.77 

. 6.16 

. 2.13 

. 5.52 

. 8.87 

. 2:05 

. 3.66 


Gallons 

80,181,370 

56,460,570 

33,067,460 

22,704,300 

21,136,530 

22,055,630 

19,968,590 

17,433,220 

19,445,560 

21,114,980 

April . 

. 3.18 


May . 

. 5.33 


26,609,980 

June . 

. 2.03 


50,290,950 

TOTALS . 

PUMPING 

. 50.14 

OPERATION 


390,469,140 

Main Station 

Gallons Pumped 

Hours 

Mins. 

Fairbanks Diesel 

None 

None 

None 

Sterling Diesel 

5,301,440 

123 

15 

100 HP Electric Motor 

1,756,150 

31 

15 

Station #1 60 HP Electric Motor 

75,790,760 

1751 

45 

Station #2 30 HP Electric Motor 

36,244,160 

1837 

None 

Station #3 50 HP Electric Motor 

64,268,530 

1861 

45 

Station #3 Buda Gasoline Engine 

159,000 

5 

15 

Station #4 100 HP Electric Motor 

42,565,800 

1084 

30 

Station #4 Propane Engine 

1,039,500 

28 

45 

Station #5 60 HP Electric Motor 

55,670,250 

1951 

None 

Station #6 60 HP Electric Motor 

49,357,100 

1846 

30 

Station #7 75 HP Electric Motor 

56,880,750 

1770 

15 

Station #7 Propane Engine 

676,900 

22 

15 

WATER DEPARTMENT 

COMPARATIVE 

TABLE 


Largest Largest 

Gallons Rainfall Day Week 

180,085,880 27.35 1,933,850 10,274,900 

390,469,140 50.14 3,772,850 23,115,230 


January - June 1977 
PY 1978 

















SUMMARY OF ACCOUNTS FOR FY 1977-1978 


Balance Outstanding 7/1/77 $52,178.25 

Less Adjustment made by Auditors 3.31 


52,174.94 

Commitments 1977-1978 221,325.65 


273,500.59 

Less Water Liens Added to Taxes 201.35 


273,299.24 

Less Abatements 199.66 


273,099.58 

Collections made in 1977-1978 252,891.84 


Total Balance Outstanding 6/30/78 

RECEIPTS 


Minimum Charges 
Excess Water 
Service Connections 
Turn-Ons & Offs 
Meter Repairs 
Miscellaneous 


$172,155.19 

37,661.88 

31,943.87 

9,578.50 

1,175.68 

376.72 


EXPENDITURES 


Principal on Various Purpose Bond 1975 

(Water Extension) $10,000.00 


Interest on Various Purpose Bond 1975 


(Water Extension) 2,415.00 

Principal on Water Bond 1969 

(Improvement to Water System) 90,000.00 

Interest on Water Bond 1969 

(Improvement to Water System) 33,925.00 

Principal on Water Bond 1974 

(Queen Anne Road) 10,000.00 

Interest on Water Bond 1974 

(Queen Anne Road) 5,760.00 


$20,207.74 


$252,891.84 








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Maintenance and Operation 
Salaries and Wages $85,827.28 

Overtime Wages 5,859.21 

1977-78 Budget Expense 57,129.13 


Service Connections 


148,815.62 

24,983.50 


TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 1977-78 

SPECIAL ACCOUNTS 
Capital Outlay 

Payments $1,767.07 Appropriated 

Bal. to Revenue 23.93 

$1,791.00 

Water Mains on Private Ways — (Article 33 - 

Payments None Bal. from 1976-77 

Bal. to 1978-79 $78.88 

$?78.88 

Water Mains on Private Ways — (Article 33 - 

Payments None Bal. from 1976-77 

Bal. to 1978-79 $2,000.00 

$2,000.00 

Land Appraisal— (Article 22 — 1975) 

Payments $250.00 Bal. from 1976-77 

Bal. to 1978-79 950.00 

$1,200.00 

Painting and Repairing Elevated Tank — (Article 

Payments None Bal. from 1976-77 

Bal. to 1978-79 $2,670.55 


$325,899.12 

$1,791.00 

$1,791.00 

-1973) 

$78.88 

$78.88 

-1974) 

$2,000.00 

$2,000.00 

$1,200.00 

$1,200.00 

9 —1976) 
$2,670.55 


$ 2 , 670.55 


$ 2 , 670.55 














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Water Service Installation — (Article 12 — STM — 1976) 

Payments $127.75 Bal. from 1976-77 $509.68 

Bal. to 1978-79 381=93 

$509.68 $509.68 

Painting Kildee Hill Tank — (Article 37 — 1977) 

Transf. to Art. 16 Bal. from 1976-77 $30,000.00 

STM — 1978 $30,000.00 

Balance None 

$30,000.00 $30,000.00 

Painting Brooks Park Tank — (Article 38 — 1977) 

Approp. FY 1978 $3,100.00 Bal. to 1978-79 $5,476.84 

Transferred from 
Art. 10 — 1976 2,376.84 


$5,476.84 $5,476.84 

John Joseph Road— (Article 39 — 1977) 

Transferred from Payments $21,688.96 

Art. 10 — 1976 $15,500.00 Bal. to 1978-79 8,811.04 

Approp. FY 1978 15,000.00 


$30,500.00 $30,500.00 

Bay Road — (Article 10 — 1976) 

Transferred to Bal. from 1976-77 $17,876.84 

Art. 39 — 1977 $15,500.00 

Transferred to 
Art. 38 — 1977 2,376.84 


$17,876.84 $17,876.84 

Lowering Water Mains — Main St. — Lothrop Ave.— 

(Article 42 — 1977) 

Payments $4,000.00 Approp. FY 1978 $4,000.00 

Payments None 


$ 4 , 000.00 


$ 4 , 000.00 
















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Water Mains on Town Ways — (Article 16 STM 4/6/78 FRS) 

Payments None Approp. FY 1978 $70,000.00 

Bal. to 1978-79 $70,000.00 

$70,000.00 $70,000.00 

Water Mains on Town Ways — (Article 16 STM 4/6/78) 

Transferred from Bal. to 1978-79 $30,000.00 

Art. 37 — 1977 $30,000.00 

Payments None 

$30,000.00 $30,000.00 

Respectfully submitted, 

RICHARD H. HATHAWAY 
ANNA M. SMITH 
FRANCIS J. HIBBERT 

Board of Water Commissioners 

CHRISTOPHER M. ZOCCA 
Superintendent and Collector 






46 


Report of the 

Natural Resources Department 



Commercial Fishing Fleet at Saquatucket Harbor, May 1978. 


The Natural Resources Department is responsible for the 
enforcement of all shellfish and herring regulations, propa¬ 
gation, maintenance and monitoring water safety standards 
in these areas. As harbormasters and wharfingers we main¬ 
tain Town piers and floats including the total operation of 
Saquatucket Municipal Marina. We are pleased to report an¬ 
other successful year, the highlights of which are summarized 
here. 

Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning (Red Tide) forced the clos¬ 
ure of Pleasant Bay to all shellfishing from June 9 for one 
week. We gave complete cooperation to DEQE by collecting 
live shellfish samples from each of our shellfishing areas on 
several occasions. Two cases of Clammers Itch were reported 
once again this season. Notably, cases of this severe rash 
have occurred only where softshell clams were hand dug from 
Muddy Creek or Allen Harbor. 

Commercial shellfishermen had a tough season overall. 
Only 300 bushels of quahogs were reported landed during 
1978. This no doubt represents the hard fishing effort that 
the Bay has received over the last ten years. However, this 
decline in production is not limited to our Town but seems to 
be part of the big picture Cape-wide. Tighter regulations 









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coupled with strong propagation efforts may help lengthen 
the productive season, but without a good young set of qua- 
hogs in Pleasant Bay this trend will continue. Commercial 
shellfishermen were limited to 80 lbs. of shellfish per day 
when the harbors were opened November 15. Additionally 
Allen Harbor was kept closed to all commercial shellfishing 
during 1978. 

The Department maintained a steady record of marine 
patrols through June, July and August. 48 tows and rescues 
were logged by this department, the greatest number ever. 
Our aid to the Coast Guard by picking up tows thus freeing 
their vessels for more important work further offshore be¬ 
came routine. We also maintained good working relations 
with the Coast Guard on VHF radio. The Chatham Coast 
Guard team was instrumental in investigating minor oil spills 
at our harbors. One oil slick at Saquatucket in August re¬ 
quired an actual spill cleanup operation of an estimated 40 
gallons of diesel fuel. A huge vacuum truck was used to suck 
up the isolated spill. Wadding paper further mopped up the 
slick. An indictment was sought against the violator by the 
Water Pollution Control Board. 

On June 8, a dead 10 ton humpback whale drifted ashore 
at Wyndemere Bluff. The smelly carcass had to be dragged 
off the beach and towed to Sea Street where it could be 
broken up and taken to the disposal area by Highway Depart¬ 
ment loader and trucks. The skull of this whale now sits in 
the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History, Brewster. 

Saquatucket Municipal Marina had its usual super sea¬ 
son. The sailing weather this summer was as nice as any we 
could remember with way less fog days than usual. Revenue 
from the harbors again broke the previous season’s record. At 
Saquatucket 22 of the original power centers were replaced 
with Hubbell fiberglass power units. The remaining original 
power centers will be replaced over the next few years. 

With a blossoming mature sea scallop bed in local waters 
came a new industry to the south side of the Cape, Sea Scal¬ 
loping. Scallop draggers both local and as far away as Maine 
enjoyed a prosperous year. Nearly 180 tons of shucked sea 
scallop meats were landed here at Harwich. Slips were rented 
to these vessels when they could be; however, conflicts at the 
offloading float and competition for offloading space caused 
serious problems for our local fishing fleet. Additionally, tra¬ 
ditional conflicts between recreational boaters and commer¬ 
cial fishermen resulted. 


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Cognizant of these problems we proposed regulations, for 
review by the Harwich Waterways Committee, that we felt 
would insure the protection of the interests of our local fisher¬ 
men and recreational boat owners here. The new regulations 
were drafted and implemented by the Board of Selectmen 
and have been added to our regular list of harbor regulations. 
The new regulations are as follows: 

Regulation 4 to be deleted and a new section 4 to read as 
follows: 

4. Because of structural limitations and limited offloading 
space, no commercial boat 50' or over in length or displacing 
more than 40 gross tons can be accommodated. 

23. Transient commercial vessels may rent dock space, if 
available, between Labor Day and May 30 only. Commercial 
dockage between June 1 and Labor Day shall be limited to 
those boats holding applicable leases only. 

24. The above space limitation shall be effective for all 
Town-owned slips including Saquatucket Harbor Marina, and 
offloading sites at Wychmere Harbor, Saquatucket Harbor and 
Allen’s Harbor. 

25. Security and Damage Deposit. All boats renting dock 
space on a daily, weekly or monthly basis between Labor Day 
and May 30 are required to pay the Harbormaster before 
occupying any slip a Security and Damage Deposit, to be held 
by the Town in escrow and refunded to the owner or master 
of the vessel on termination of the rental agreement provided 
that during the period the vessel is in the harbor — (a.) all 
accumulated dockage fees have been paid when due; (b.) all 
Rules and Regulations of the Harbor and all lawful orders oi 
the Harbormaster have been complied with by the vessel and 
all its crew and (c.) no damage has been caused by the vessel 
or crew to any of the Harbor Facilities. If any of the above 
conditions have not been complied with, the security deposit 
shall be forfeited to the Town and no portion shall be re¬ 
funded and not withstanding forfeiture of the deposit the 
Town shall have the right to proceed against the vessel, its 
owner, master or crew in any proceeding, criminal or civil to 
(a.) enforce its Rules and Regulations and Orders; (b.) re¬ 
cover for any damage done to harbor facilities or (c.) recover 
for any dockage fee due. 

Because of the great and increasing number of inquiries 
for berthing space the Town has decided beginning this year 


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to charge for the privilege of placing and keeping one’s name 
and address on the waiting lists. Names on the list shall be 
advanced from year to year only if the annual fee ($15) is 
paid and slips will be assigned to the parties whose names 
have been on the list longest as space becomes available. This 
fifteen dollar annual fee is non-refundable but is applicable 
to the first year’s dockage. 

As a result of Article 79. of the 1978 Annual Town Meet¬ 
ing, some very positive work has been done in securing good 
plans and grant money for the rebuilding of Pogies Wharf 
and the Town landing at Wychmere Harbor. $4800 in match¬ 
ing grant money was secured from Coastal Zone Management 
Office for this purpose. Our share was $1200. A basic plarl 
for this area has been worked up by Tibbetts Consulting 
Engineers of New Bedford. Further, grants for construction 
of this project are being sought by our proven grantsman, 
Robert Spongeberg. Hopefully, this project may become re¬ 
ality within two years. 

The Board of Selectmen appointed a three man Commer¬ 
cial Fisheries Activities Study Committee (COMFAC) at the 
request of Sherrill Smith, Division of Marine Fisheries field 
agent and former harbormaster of Harwichport. Tom Leach, 
Capt. Ted Brown and Nat Sperber are appointees. For the 
progress of COMFAC please read the report of this commit¬ 
tee. With the new harbor proposal in this report Saquatucket 
marina takes on a different and exciting perspective. 

DOCKAGE REPORT — TOWN SLIPS 

Saquatucket Harbor $79,173.19 

Wychmere Harbor 5,643.00 

Allen Harbor 3,397.00 


Total $88,213.19 


SHELLFISH PERMITS ISSUED 


Family resident 

-619 

-$1,238 

Non-resident 

-34 

-510 

Senior Citizen 

-170 

-0 

Commercial 

-57 

-570 



$2,318 


The following statistics were compiled from our 1978 log 
book: 

Rescues and Tows 
Boats pumped out 




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Boats loose 12 

Boats missing 7 

Boats reported stolen 4 

Boats recovered 2 

Channel markers and regulatory buoys 
in service 39 

Fires on board 2 

Lighted aids to navigation maintained 1 

Motorboat warnings issued 5 

Motorboat violations court cases 1 

Herring warnings written 3 

Shellfish warnings written 16 

Mooring Permits Wychmere Harbor and 
outer harbor 147 

Mooring permits Allen Harbor 40 

Mooring permits Herring River 61 

Mooring permits Round Cove 130 

Mooring permits Pleasant Bay 19 

Oil spills 8 

Quahogs transplanted to Wychmere 
in bushels 202 

Quahogs transplanted to Allen Harbor 

in bushels 218 

Quahogs transplanted to Round Cove 53 


We noticed a huge decline in thefts occurring at Allen 
Harbor this season. This can be attributed to two reasons. 
First, a permanent seasonal patrolman in the Allen Harbor 
area. Secondly, new bulkhead and parking lot lighting in the 
Allen Harbor parking area. 

As an addendum to 1977 report, the Wychmere Harbor 
jetty light, day beacon and tower were replaced during the 
early fall. 

Our appreciation goes out to all Town Departments and 
citizens who helped out the Natural Resources Department 
throughout the year. Cooperation was excellent. We can be 
thankful that our Town is staffed by such beautiful people. 

Respectfully submitted, 

THOMAS E. LEACH 
Natural Resources Officer 
Harbormaster 
DONALD F. RYDER 
Assistant 


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Report of the Waterways Committee 


To the Honorable Board of Selectmen 
and to the Citizens of the Town of Harwich: 

1979 the year of a promise. Allens Harbor will be dredged, 
not to a 6 foot depth but to 7 feet. 

Saquatucket Harbor showed a reasonable profit for the 
1978 season. The committee feels that no additional slip 
rental fees will be needed for 1979. 

There are two major projects coming up in the near 
future. First the rebuilding of the Town Dock at Wychmere 
Harbor. At this time we have hopes that the funds for this 
will come from other sources. The second is the expansion of 
Saquatucket Harbor. At this time this is just in the thinking 
stage. 


Respectfully submitted, 

LAWRENCE W. COFFIN, Chairman 
WALTER KAPLAN, Clerk 

RUSSELL B. MORGAN HOWLAND B. JONES, JR. 

HAROLD VanBUREN ROBERT BUTLER 

MRS. CHARLES McLAUGHLIN MRS. ROBERT DOLAN 


Report of the Conservation Commission 


To the Honorable Board of Selectmen 
and the Citizens of the Town of Harwich: 

During the year your Conservation Commission made 
nearly 300 inspections of properties in the town for deter¬ 
mination of applicability, possible violations of town by-laws, 
or the state Wetlands Act, hearing site visits and conditions 
compliance. 

There were 22 open hearings held at the Brooks Academy 
offices at the regular second and fourth Thursday announced 
times for most of the year, with a change to second and 





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fourth Monday meetings for the past two months. This 
change has been properly publicized. 

At the meetings there were 35 formal hearings on various 
properties for a range of variances from the state Wetlands 
Act and Harwich by-law. Orders of conditions were issued in 
each case after research, inspection and testimony from other 
town agencies and officers pertinent to the specific problems. 

There were 13 requests for Determination of Applicability 
submitted to the Commission. All of these were determined 
to be without need for formal hearings or condition orders. 

Once again, as in past years, the Commission carried out 
its Tree Program. Some 3000 seedlings were distributed free 
of charge to Harwich residents for planting throughout the 
town. The Program is scheduled for a repeat during the 
spring with date and place to be announced later. 

This year the Arbor Day celebration was observed by the 
Commission which supplied 500 tree seedlings to elementary 
school students who, under the direction of their teachers, 
carried out the planting program. This, too, will be repeated 
in 1979. 

A three-acre parcel of land continguous to the Harwich 
Conservation Area was purchased and added to public lands 
for common use and enjoyment. Through the co-operation 
of the Highway Department, signs indicating the Conserva¬ 
tion Area and the Berry Patch Gardens were installed. 

Some 90 gardens were established and maintained at the 
town’s Berry Patch Garden area, by town residents who were 
assigned garden plots on a first-come-first-served basis. The 
Commonwealth’s share of the funding of the Garden finally 
was received by the town in the amount of $42,000. This 
money was put into General Funds. 

Resignations were received from two Commission mem¬ 
bers during the year. They were Anne Cahoon and Donald 
McLaughlin, both of whom moved out of state. Appointed to 
replace them for the balance of their terms were Roger Scan- 
lin and Daniel Larkin. 

Gifts of land for Conservation purposes and purchases of 
significant pivotal land are under consideration by the Com¬ 
mission during the coming year. The Commission is hopeful 
that other persons owning land that might benefit towns¬ 
people for the future of conservation of natural resources will 
offer property to the town as donations. 


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Finally, the Harwich Conservation Commission wishes to 
express gratitude for enthusiastic co-operation extended by 
the Board of Selectmen, the Town Engineer and staff, the 
Building Inspector, the Natural Resources Officer and staff, 
Town Counsel, Highway Surveyor, and others. And last, but 
not least, the citizens and taxpayers of Harwich for their 
support in often difficult problems to eventual solution for 
the benefit of the town as a whole in the immediate future 
as well as for those who follow us. 

Respectfully submitted, 

ARTHUR HAYES, Chairman 
NATHANIEL H. SPERBER, Vice Chairman 
WORCESTER MERIAM, Treasurer 
RAYMOND L. THACHER 
DONALD BATES, JR. 

ROGER SCANLIN 
DANIEL LARKIN 


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Report of the 

Parks and Recreation Commission 


To the Honorable Board of Selectmen 
and Citizens of the Town of Harwich: 

The year 1978 was a very busy one for this Commission. 
From January 1978 through December 1978 this Commission 
held twelve regular monthly meetings and eleven special 
meetings — not to mention subcommitttee meetings held in 
preparation for the full Commission meetings. 

The areas under Parks & Recreation Commission’s juris¬ 
diction include the Recreation Building, Brooks Park, White- 
house Field, Sand Pond, Earle Road area, the softball field 
behind Whitehouse Field, Exchange Park, Schoolhouse park¬ 
ing lot in Harwich Port, Skinequit Pond area and Wixon 
Memorial area on Long Pond. There are also fifteen memorial 
squares to maintain. This amounts to seventy-two acres. 

Major improvements made this year to properties were: 

— Whitehouse Field playing area was completely enclosed 
by chain link fencing. 

— Room 2 of the Recreation Building was carpeted, 
drapes were hung and it was completely repainted. 

— Recreation Building furnace was extensively refur¬ 
bished. 

— Recreation Building walks were re-surfaced and the 
parking area black top was extended to behind the 
building by the Harwich Highway Department. 

Our summer recreation program was headed up by Mi¬ 
chael D. Leugers — his second consecutive year. The program 
consisted of water-front activities, playground activities and 
tennis. This was the first year of extending the swim pro¬ 
gram to include 5-year olds and this proved very successful. 
The waterfront activities served approximately 250 persons 
per week. Playground activities at Brooks Park totaled ap¬ 
proximately 70 youngsters each weekday. Tennis was taught 
at all levels, with the adult evening class being the largest 
and most popular. 

Special events this past year included: 

— July 4th Celebration successfully coordinated by the 
Harwich Junior Woman’s Club in cooperation with 




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the Parks & Recreation Commission despite resched¬ 
uling because of rain on the fourth. 

— Tuesday night concerts at Brooks Park by the Harwich 
Town Band. 

— The Cranberry Harvest Festival which encompassed 
all recreation areas in the Town. 

— The Annual Arts and Crafts Fair in July coordinated 
by the Rogers’. 

— Sunday evening plays by the Helikon Theatre Com¬ 
pany in Brooks Park. 

— Punt, Pass & Kick contest co-sponsored this fall by 
this Commission and the Harwich Community Youth 
Center. Eighteen youngsters received trophies for their 
football skills. 

We look forward to providing continuing service to the 
people of Harwich. 


Respectfully submitted, 

EDWIN J. JAWORSKI, JR., Chairman 
GILBERT A. JENSEN, Treasurer 
RICHARD A. HUNT, Ass’t. Treasurer 
BLANCHE E. BAIRD 
WILLIAM F. DOWNEY, JR. 

H. WM. MOREY 
RICHARD M. MURPHY 
GLENN A. ROSE 
NANCY A. THYNG 


Report of the Commercial 
Fisheries Activities Study Committee 


The Commercial Fisheries Activities Study Committee 
(COMFAC) was organized on June 13, 1978, by the Harwich 
Board of Selectmen, to explore alternatives for the Develop¬ 
ment of a commercial fishing port which could be beneficial 
for the Town. The development of a good municipal fish 
offloading pier is essential, not only to maintain the present 
jobs in the commercial fishery, but to establish the founda¬ 
tion for future development that will create additional job 
opportunities. Our Town has experienced a five year average 
un-employment rate of 14.8% for the years 1973-77. 

Harwich is home port to the largest off-shore lobster fleet 
in New England and the closest port to the Great South 
Channel and adjacent fishing grounds which are among the 
most productive on the East Coast. There were at least 70 
commercial vessels operating from Harwich, for at least a por¬ 
tion, if not all of 1978. Thirty-three of these vessels utilize 
Harwich as home port for more than six months of the year. 
These vessels employ 231 individuals. These vessels and their 
crews also directly or indirectly effect the employment in three 
fish markets, a fish trap company, a fish box company, and 
numerous hardware, marine supply and repair, grocery stores, 
restaurants, and radio-electronics stores locally. 

At present, off-loading is carried out at various sites 
scattered through three harbors. None of the sites currently 
in use were designed for this operation and all are multiple 
use facilities, which lead to conflicts with recreational boat¬ 
ers. All offloading is done by hand, much in the same man¬ 
ner as it was 200 years ago. The construction of a good off¬ 
loading site will eliminate many of the conflicts between 
commercial and pleasure craft and move the off-loading into 
the 20th century. 

In the course of the committee’s investigation, the follow¬ 
ing alternative harbor ideas were scrutinized: 

1) Dredging the upper marsh at Allen Harbor. 

2) The expansion of the outer Wychmere Harbor. 

3) A wharf extending into Deep Hole at Red River. 





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4) Dredging the marsh North of route 28 at 
Saquatucket. 

5) Expansion of Saquatucket Harbor by dredging a 
basin behind the existing parking lot. 

After an exhaustive study of the alternatives the Com¬ 
mittee felt that idea number 5 will most benefit both the 
commercial fishery and the Town of Harwich. In the artists 
conception of the proposed expansion of Saquatucket Harbor, 
the harbor takes on a new and exciting perspective. (See 
Drawing) 



This decision was based on the following criteria: 

1) Increase and stabilize year-round employment 
opportunities.. 

2) Increase both commercial and recreational 
dockage. 

3) Site access to a major roadway with no 
disturbance to local residents. 

4) Provisions of deep water access to site. 

5) Require minimal land acquisition and develop¬ 
ment of live marsh. 





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6) Enhance the area surrounding the harbor 
development. 

7) The harbor development must be an obtainable 
objective with regards to regulations governing 
development in coastal areas and cost of 
development. 

COMFAC announced its decision on the harbor proposal 
in November. The idea was greeted with instant enthusiasm 
from the Towns people and public officials. This is Phase I 
of the project. Phase II will be announced in early 1979. 

The committee also played a role in the reconstruction 
project now being planned for the Town landing at Wychmere 
Harbor. It is hoped that this project might help our off¬ 
loading needs until the Saquatucket proposal is implemented. 
Through the work of Robert Spongeberg, Grantsman, the 
Town has made application for an “Industrial Development 
Grant” from the Farmers Home Administration in the amount 
of $100,000 for this project. 

COMFAC hopes to work swiftly to meet these important 
needs of our Town. We really appreciate your support in this 
project. 


Respectfully submitted, 

TOM LEACH, Chairman 
NAT SPERBER, Vice Chairman 
CAPT. TED BROWN, Secretary 


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Report of Representative 
Cape Cod Planning & Economic 
Development Commission (CCPEDC) 


To the Honorable Board of Selectmen 
and Citizens of the Town of Harwich: 

Functioning for its first full year under reorganization 
guidelines, the CCPEDC acted in conjunction with the very 
able professional staff of the Commission to accomplish its 
purpose of “improving, developing and protecting the re¬ 
sources of the County of Barnstable.” 

Highlights of these accomplishments were: 

208 Water Quality Management Project 

A draft Environmental Impact Statement was concluded 
and public hearings held in all fifteen Towns. The CCPEDC 
will address the implementation of recommendations made 
in the forthcoming year. 

Regional Solid Waste Advisory Committee 

A newly formed committee whose goal will be to study 
the establishment of recycling centers and find ways for dis¬ 
posal of Septage (solid waste from septic tanks). 

Economic Impact Study of Cape and Islands Fisheries 

A Cape wide compilation of statistics regarding the fish¬ 
ing industry and Port Facilities to be used to formulate neces¬ 
sary management plans and aid efforts of a newly formed 
Port Development Committee. 

MediCenter Five, Inc. 

The CCPEDC took action enabling submission of an ap¬ 
plication to the State Commission of Health for a Certificate 
of Need to establish a medical facility to serve Harwich, 
Brewster, Chatham, Orleans and Eastham. 

Cape Cod Joint Transportation Committee 

Efforts by this Committee, on which your CCPEDC Repre¬ 
sentative is a member, resulted in the following major actions: 

Dennis to Eastham Bikeway — Railroad right-of-way was 
acquired by the State Department of Environmental Man¬ 
agement and application will be made to the State Depart- 



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ment of Public Works for 100% funding of design and con¬ 
struction of the bikeway. 

Rehabilitation of Rail Lines — Rehabilitation began on rail 
lines between Bourne and Dennis to provide more effective 
freight service. 

Regional Transit Authority — A State and Federally funded 
demonstration program for public response bus service was 
concluded. The Authority, on the basis of favorable results, 
will now operate this service subsidized with State, Federal 
and Municipal funds. 

Transportation Improvement Program — A Cape wide list¬ 
ing of projects and priorities desired by each Town and 
submitted to the State Department of Public Works for 
funding and implementation. On behalf of Harwich, action 
resulted in re-instating on the list the double barrelling of 
Route 6 east of Exit 9 (Dennis) and including the replace¬ 
ment of the North Road and Bells Neck Road bridges over 
Herring River. 


Respectfully submitted, 


QUINTON R. KIEPE, P.E. 


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Report of the Planning Board 


To the Honorable Board of Selectmen 
and to the Citizens of Harwich: 

This past year the Planning Board held thirty-two meet¬ 
ings. Five public hearings were held to review and take ap¬ 
propriate action in subdivision plans for sixteen lots. The 
board also signed thirty-four “Approval Not Required” plans 
for an additional eighty-two lots. This amounts to an overall 
reduction of thirty-two lots vs. 1977’s total approved lots of 
130. During this period 247 people attended our board meet¬ 
ings and hearings. 

During the past year, we have investigated alternative 
forms of land use. A culmination of this study has been the 
boards submission of an article at a special town meeting to 
allow a “Planned Unit Development” in an area bordered by 
our well fields, Chatham Road and Route 39. We believe this 
type of development to be the best use of this area. Allowing 
this type of development should create the highest return in 
tax revenue plus provide controlled protection of our im¬ 
portant water supply. 

The Planning Board would like to thank the Engineering 
Department for the assistance they have rendered through¬ 
out the year. Their professionalism and unselfish efforts have 
saved this volunteer board countless hours of work. 

Respectfully submitted, 

ROBERT L. RUGGLES, Chairman 

JAMES E. STEWART, Vice Chmn. and Clerk 

DAVID M. DAVIS 

NORMAN P. MASON 

EMULOUS HALL 

ROBERT C. HEALY 

JACQUELINE DOANE 

FREEMAN H. ALLISON 

ROBERT H. ROWLEY 



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Report of the Board of Registrars 


To the Citizens of the Town of Harwich: 

I am pleased to make my eighth and final report as 
Chairman of the Board of Registrars of Voters. Because this 
is my last report I shall depart somewhat from the usual 
statistical summary. 

Our experience over the past few years has persuaded us 
that certain changes are in order. First, the polling precincts 
should be removed from the High School. Voting should take 
place in three separate locations in each of the precincts of 
the Town. The present plan interferes with the activities of 
the school system and the parking facilities are inadequate 
at best. 

Second, the purchase of electronic voting machines is 
long overdue. The Town is too large, and the ballots are too 
long, for us to employ the laborious process of handcounting 
paper ballots any longer. I note that the Town of Dennis 
will use an electronic voting system this year, on an experi¬ 
mental basis. We may perhaps profit from its experience. To 
that end, I recommend that a committee be appointed to 
explore the possibilities for an electronic system, with an eye 
toward having it in place in time for the 1980 Presidential 
Election. 

Third, the Board needs full-time clerical help. Without 
such help it is unlikely to be able to keep up to date the 
voluminous information which the law requires us to main¬ 
tain. As well, we suffer — as do most departments — from 
a lack of adequate space in which to work. 

Fourth, the voting, census, and street-listing information 
should be computerized, using the computer hardware which 
the School Department already has in place. The present 
method of compiling that information is antiquated, cumber¬ 
some, and too easily subject to error. 

Finally, by the time this report appears I will have re¬ 
tired as Chairman and member of this Board. I am grateful 
to my colleagues on the Board and to the hundreds of you in 
the Town who have assisted me over the years. 

Respectfully submitted, 

DOROTHY S. O’DONNELL 
Chairman (Resigned) 

MOLLIE HANDLER (Resigned) 
RUTH B. ERICSON, Clerk 



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Town Government Study Committee 


A FINAL REPORT 

This committee, appointed by the moderator in accord¬ 
ance with the provisions of article 20, 1977 town meeting (as 
amended) has met 53 times. We have consulted with a num¬ 
ber of town officials to acquaint ourselves with the alignment 
of authorities and responsibilities among the various depart¬ 
ments. 

We have consulted extensively with officials of other 
towns, both on and off the Cape, discussed and analyzed the 
reports of study committees and charter commissions of other 
towns to become familiar with the practicability of alterna¬ 
tives to our present structure. 

We find that our town government today is a blend of 
traditional pure democracy, state mandated provisions and 
locally inspired committees, boards, commissions, and func¬ 
tions conceived over the years as a means of adapting to cur¬ 
rent needs. The result has been a developing fragmentation 
of our local government which is both good and bad. 

The several appointed and unpaid boards, commissions, 
and committees such as planning, board of appeals, conserva¬ 
tion, council on aging, etc. has resulted in a degree of citizen 
participation that is excellent, and has had a beneficial in¬ 
fluence on the costs of government; on the other hand frag¬ 
mentation results, in many instances, in duplication of effort, 
lack of direction, and inefficiency. 

The primary objectives of this Committee’s recommen¬ 
dations are: 

1. To structure a more direct line of authority from the 
voters through their Selectmen in the governing of Town 
affairs from policy to implementation. 

2. To achieve greater efficiency in public services by in¬ 
creased centralization. 

3. To maintain traditional voter control of Town Govern¬ 
ment through open Town Meetings where voter partici¬ 
pation is at an all time low. 

4. To increase the responsiveness of Town Government to 
the citizenry. 

With these objectives in mind, the committee makes the 
following recommendations: 



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1. The Town consider the employment of a Health Special¬ 
ist in the future, either full time or to be shared with 
one or more Towns. 

2. The Town hire an independent and qualified professional 
firm to perform an annual audit. 

3. A five (5) member Board of Selectmen be instructed to 
employ a qualified Executive Secretary, and to delegate 
daily management responsibilities to the Executive 
Secretary under the provisions of Chapter 41, Section 
23 A of the general laws. 

4. A full time qualified Assessor be appointed and that an 
unpaid Board of Assessors be established. 

5. The consolidation of municipal maintenance functions 
under the jurisdiction of the Selectmen. 

6. That Finance Committee agendas be submitted to the 
Media for publication in advance of committee meetings. 

7. The re-establishment of a Town Government Study 
Committee at least every five (5) years in order to en¬ 
sure that our form of government may continue to be 
responsive to the people in light of changing conditions. 

8. The moderator appoint a committee to study all aspects 
of open Town Meetings in order to increase voter under¬ 
standing and participation. 

In addition to the above mentioned recommendations, 
voters are urged to refer to the 1977 Annual Report (pp 222- 
226) in which they may find the committee’s interim report, 
which includes other recommendations. The Committee’s 
recommendations have not always been unanimous, and the 
Committee realizes that this report, due to its brevity, may 
leave the reader with some unanswered questions as to the 
reasoning and voting of members on our recommendations; 
however, be assured that many hours of information gather¬ 
ing, interviewing, and deliberation were carefully considered 
before making a single recommendation. The Town office 
building and the Brooks Free Library will have on file copies 
of the minutes of our meetings with backup information 
gathered during the course of this study. These will be avail¬ 
able to all. 

The Committee wishes to express its appreciation and 
thanks to all people whom it interviewed for their generous 
sharing of time, thoughts, and material. 

Throughout its deliberations, the Committee has en¬ 
deavored to keep the public informed. We wish to express 


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our appreciation to the news media for their continued inter¬ 
est and reporting. Our meetings have always been open with 
visitors being encouraged to participate. It is the hope of the 
Committee that its efforts will be of assistance to the citizenry 
in approaching any final decision making. 


Respectfully submitted, 

KAREN JAWORSKI, Chairman 
DANIEL MANNING, Vice-Chairman 
DANIEL O’LEARY, Secretary 
MARJORIE CAHOON 
ROBERT HALL 
ROBERT ROWLEY 
LODGE STAUBACH 


Animal Control Report 


HARWICH POUND 

December 31, 1977 — December 31, 1978 


169 


Total Number of Dogs: 


143 

8 

18 


Returned to Owners 
Placed in New Homes 
Put to Sleep 


Respectfully submitted, 

DONALD F. WESTOVER 

Shelter Manager 

Animal Rescue League of Boston 

Cape Cod Branch 

East Brewster, Massachusetts 




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Report of the Town Hall Study Committee 


To the Honorable Board of Selectmen 
and the Citizens of the Town of Harwich: 

The five-member Town Hall Study Committee was formed 
by the Selectmen following the passage of Article 70 of the 
1978 Annual Town Meeting Warrant. After reviewing the 
report of the Space Needs Committee of 1976 which stressed 
the need for more town hall space, the Town Hall Study 
Committee felt that an addition to the existing Town Hall 
was the most economical way of providing our town govern¬ 
ment with more working space. The Committee retained the 
services of Gaffney Associates, Inc., a Hyannis architectural 
firm, to design a plan for this addition. After much discus¬ 
sion, many changes, and consultation with the members of 
town government, the architects have presented a final plan 
for Town Meeting approval. This plan provides for the cen¬ 
tralization of all town government functions, alleviates the 
crowded working conditions of the town departments, and 
uses only land which is presently owned by the Town. The 
Town Hall Study Committee has submitted the plan, the cost 
estimates, and the building rendering to the Board of Select¬ 
men for further action. 

The Committee thanks the town officials and employees 
for their cooperation and assistance in this project. 

Respectfully submitted, 

NANCY S. BATES, Chairman 
THEODORE R. LAWTON 
ROBERT L. RUGGLES 
MILTON H. WELT 
F. STEPHEN WESSELLS, Secretary 



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Harwich Center Traffic and Parking 
Committee Report 


A committee of three, one member each from Harwich 
Center merchants, Planning Board and Finance Committee 
to study parking problems in Harwich Center was appointed 
as a result of the 1978 Annual Meeting. We met five times 
from September 18 thru November 14, 1978. We conducted 
two polls, of merchants and land owners and of customers, 
to assess parking needs. We concluded from these polls that 
there is a need for additional parking at the east end of 
town, and also near Rte. 124. However after identifying ap¬ 
propriate sights and meeting with merchants, land owners 
and representatives of town departments, it was decided that 
a new parking lot is not feasible at this time due to its ex¬ 
pense. We strongly recommend that on-street parking that 
presently exists be retained as vital to business and that in 
any future plans to widen the road or to change the course 
of Rte. 124 parking facilities be increased. 

Respectfully submitted, 

HELEN DOANE, Finance Committee 
ROBERT HEALY, Planning Board 
DAVID TOBEY, Merchant 



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Report of the Town Counsel 


To the Honorable Board of Selectmen 
and Citizens of the Town of Harwich: 

The year 1978 was a year in which the legal affairs of 
the Town showed only a slight increase in volume over the 
previous year. There are at present approximately twenty- 
two cases in the courts in which the Town is a party and 
several matters which although not presently filed in court 
will probably involve the Town at some point in the not too 
distant future. 

The most newsworthy case of 1978 involved the removal 
of the trees from Larsen Park at Wychmere Harbor, and this 
matter, in all probability, will be going to litigation. 

The Town’s efforts to construct a jetty at Shore Road in 
order to rebuild Town owned beach property is pending be¬ 
fore the Department of Environmental Quality Engineering, 
and a final decision on whether the Town will be able to 
build a jetty at Shore Road cannot be expected for perhaps 
another year. 

I wish to extend my thanks to all of the town officials 
with whom I have had the pleasure of working this past year. 
Their collective desire to work cooperatively with one another 
and myself for the best interests of the Town have made my 
job a much more pleasant and less difficult task than it 
might otherwise have been, and I look forward to working 
with them in the future toward the same goals and with the 
same good spirit. 


Respectfully submitted, 


JAMES M. FALLA 



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Report of the Personnel Board 


To the Honorable Board of Selectmen 
and Citizens of the Town of Harwich: 

The voters of the 1978 Annual Town Meeting accepted 
the newly revised Classification and Compensation Plan sub¬ 
mitted by the Personnel Board which recommended an aver¬ 
age increase of 7.2% for the wages of those Town employee 
positions listed on the Plan. The general increase for those 
employees was 5%, but the Plan provided additional consider¬ 
ation for certain employment (particularly the secretary/ 
clerk positions) which the Board deemed appropriate and 
this resulted in an over-all increase of the 7.2%. In this same 
Article, the voters also accepted a revision of the Classifica¬ 
tion Plan to one which the Board thinks will be easier to 
administer and which will provide for more equitable wage 
scale spreads between the various employment positions. 

On June 23, 1978, the National Association for Govern¬ 
ment Employees was certified as the exclusive bargaining 
agent for approximately one-third of the employees under 
the jurisdiction of the Personnel Board, approximately half 
of these employees being town clerks. This certification was 
made as the result of these employees’ voting in favor of 
their being represented by this union; therefore, their wage 
scales will no longer be recommended by this Board. 

The Classification Plan to be submitted for FY1980 gen¬ 
erally recommends a 6% increase for the wages of the em¬ 
ployee positions listed on the Plan. In addition, the Board 
will sponsor another Article which will allow a four week 
vacation period for employees in the service of the Town 
for more than ten years (as opposed to the current 15 year 
service requirement). 

Your members thank the Board of Selectmen and other 
town agencies for their cooperation and assistance during 
the past year. 


Respectfully submitted, 

WILLIAM A. DOHERTY, JR., Chairman 
CARYL G. HOWE, Vice Chairman 
PHILIP V. R. THOMSON, Clerk 
GEORGE R. STEARNS 



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Report of the Finance Committee 


The Finance Committee organized for 1978 as follows: 

Sheldon J. Thayer, Jr., Chairman 
Charles F. Coleman, Vice-Chairman 
Juliana Peterson (Resigned) 

Robert F. Smith 

Richard T. Wales (deceased) 

Helen Doane 
Roy S. Tod 
Stephen E. Grizey 
Russell E. Brennan 
Lawrence F. Nickerson, Jr. 

Allin P. Thompson, Jr., Executive Secretary 

1978 began with the loss of our friend and committeeman 
Mr. Richard T. Wales, who passed on suddenly. Mr. Wales 
will be greatly missed as he was a man who dedicated him¬ 
self to a better Harwich. 

We would also like to extend our thanks to Mrs. Julianna 
Peterson who resigned during the year, for her tremendous 
efforts over the past years. 

The Finance Committee would like to extend our appre¬ 
ciation to all Departments for their continued co-operation. 

The Committee continues its publication of a complete 
list by Department of salaries and wages paid to Town Em¬ 
ployees during 1978 as part of this report. This list is com¬ 
piled from W-2 forms prepared by the Town Treasurer for 
each employee. 

Transfers from Finance Committee Reserve Fund: 


Date 

Budget 
Item No. 

Department 

Amount 

12/ 7/77 

14 

Town Engineer Expense 

$1,560.11 

12/ 7/77 

128 

Unclassified Miscellaneous 

1,500.00 

1/17/78 

99 

Water Department Expense 

200.00 

4/13/78 

24 

Elections & Registrations 

2,500.00 

5/ 2/78 

51 

Medicare Expense 

1,672.00 

5/10/78 

26 

Police Department Overtime 

5,000.00 

5/24/78 

32 

Fire Department Expense 

3,800.00 

5/24/78 

24 

Elections & Registrations 

2,000.00 



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5/24/78 

59 

Highway Department Expense 

1,000.00 

5/26/78 

51 

Medicare Expense 

1,535.68 

6/28/78 

51 

Medicare Expense 

1,258.05 

6/28/78 

53 

Inspector of Plumbing 

700.00 

6/28/78 

49 

Town Nurse Expense 

225.00 

6/28/78 

80 

Brooks Library Expense 

329.73 

6/28/78 

16 

Legal Services 

2,965.25 

7/12/78 

16 

Legal Services 

896.93 

7/12/78 

49 

Town Nurse Expense 

127.80 

7/12/78 

51 

Medicare Expense 

255.00 

7/12/78 

51 

Medicare Expense 

841.33 

7/12/78 

92 

Waterways Repairs to 




Docks & Floats 

1,174.96 

7/17/78 

32 

Fire Department Expense 

458.16 


$30,000.00 


Respectfully submitted, 

SHELDON J. THAYER, JR. 
Chairman 



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TOWN OF HARWICH SCHOOL SALARIES & WAGES PAID 


January 1, 1978 — December 31, 1978 
School Administration 


Total Wages 
Paid 


Total Wages 
Paid 


Neal F. Todd 
Norman Young 
JoAnne P. Clancy 


$31,069.24 Florence M. Marshall $7,961.52 
17,842.28 *Mary Ann Nickerson 4,576.96 
4,050.00 


School Instruction 


♦Jane D. Alcock 19,251.04 

Verna R. Alexander 16,682.40 

Joan Alvezi 5,034.08 

Irving F. Anderson 5,650.72 

Tyrone A. Anthony 10,031.60 

Alfred R. Arsenault 20,384.16 

♦David E. Atwood 16,028.20 

Louise E. Aubrey 16,682.40 

Gail L. Baker 14,175.84 

Jeanne H. Barker 7,850.80 

Dorothy C. Bell 17,645.00 

Ellenore P. Bergeron 14,175.84 

Richard J. Besiak 17,845.00 

Deborah J. Bock 13,359.00 

Sharon B. Boggess 10,330.26 

♦Frances Bradstreet 3,270.00 

Robert M. Brigham 16,682.40 

Joan P. Brock 16,682.40 

David B. Brown 11,185.72 

♦Glenn R. Bryant 17,645.00 

♦Patricia Burns 6,833.12 

♦Ralph W. Burns 13,465.92 

Anne P. Cahoon 8,577.76 

Jeanne S. Carey 15,317.88 

Verne W. Carey 13,865.84 

Louise R. Carrier 18,607.20 

Paul Cleveland 13,359.00 

May W. Cooper 13,618.03 

David F. Costa 14,642.04 

Janice G. Crivelli 12,255.16 

Lucille J. Crosby 13,465.92 

Mary Jane Curran 10,651.28 

Ralph L. Davis, Jr. 18,095.00 

♦Peter Edward DiSalvatore 3,082.08 
Anne Doane 16,100.88 

Rita Helene Doddridge 3,698.40 
Harold M. Drew 19,507.28 

♦Meredith F. Drew 20,007.28 

♦Mary C. Dugger 16,682.40 

Charles E. Dunbar 20,072.68 

Pamela K. Duncan 3,801.20 

♦Frederick F. Dunford 20,200.00 

Dennis H. Dwyer 15,317.88 

♦Frederick Ebbett 21,400.00 

Marion H. Eckhardt 17,582.48 

Barbara A. Elliott 189.00 


Gilbert E. Ellis 
James J. Enright 
♦Linda M. Erdmann 
Sandra V. Esterson 
Patricia M. Farrell 
♦Joseph J. Fede 
John E. Filler 
Mary M. Fitzpatrick 
Louise T. Francis 
Marie Gilrein 
♦Peter J. Goldstein 
David J. Hammond 
Margaret M. Hannigan 
Margaret M. Higgins 
♦Charles J. Horan 
Patricia L. House 
Sheila L. Humphreys 
Anne B. Irwin 
Edwin J. Jaworski 
Aline Johnson 
Kathleen V. Johnson 
♦Kathleen D. Kaye 
Isabelle Bragg King 
♦George W. Kirchner 
Virginia A. Klisiewicz 
♦Stephen J. Kot 
♦George A. Kurlychek 
Arthur G. La Frenier 
♦Paul G. LaMontagne 
Norma K. Larkin 
Kris A. Larson 
William E. LeMoine, Jr. 
Christine H. Leofanti 
Loretta Louise Levin 
Sandra Louise Liska 
♦Barry Longval 
Timothy T. Lynch 
♦Paul R. Mangelinkx 
Robert W. McBride 
Philip E. McCormick 
Nancy M. McEvoy 
♦Mary D. McGrath 
Nancy G. Moran 
Lucille F. Murphy 
Donald C. Nesmith 
♦Diana L. Newton 


10,193.32 

16,228.28 

12,903.00 

16,028.20 

15,065.68 

14,175.84 

22 , 100.00 

16,990.72 

16,682.40 

16,682.40 

12,163.06 

16,682.40 

15,065.68 

18,607.20 

11,720.64 

998.32 

12,255.16 

12,255.16 

16,682.40 

8,358.00 

12,255.16 

9.623.20 
6,189.52 

18,045.00 

5.958.72 

11.185.72 
16,682.40 
18,607.20 
15,065.68 
16,682.40 

16.280.48 
12,119.04 
12,255.16 

4,006.72 

1,230.72 

16,268.24 

17.582.48 
13,465.92 

18.607.20 

15.680.72 
9,999.62 

15,065.68 

5,334.28 

17,645.00 

24,030.72 

6,542.32 


* See other departments 


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Paid 

Total Wages 


Paid 

Total Wages 


Russell K. Noyes 25,246.16 

Daniel W. O’Leary 15,531.88 

Lucille F. Olsen 16,682.40 

Carl B. Olson 17,390.80 

Carol E. Olson 10,753.55 

James E. Peninger 17,082.48 

*Cheryl M. Poore 13,465.92 

Michael E. Porter 21,961.52 

Michael M. Radlhammer 18,607.20 
Mitchell Relin 14,381.01 

Virginia E. Richardson 16,682.40 
Renee Roberts 3,561.52 

♦Glenn A. Rose 16,682.40 

Richard F. Rubino 17,645.00 

Mary L. Russell 14,642.04 

♦Ruthann Ryan 7,089.32 

Ann B. Santacroce 14,175.84 

Maria R. Sears 17,645.00 

♦Robert F. Shillinglaw 7,123.92 

Lorraine Casey Shutt 3,356.00 

Marcia Sloane 12,255.16 

Mary Belle Small 12,255.16 

Thurza H. Small 13,359.00 

Kathleen M. Smith 11,185.72 


Lewis H. Smith 
Shirley L. Smith 
Rita J. Solimine 
Clare M. Stevens 
♦Marvin A. Stout, Jr. 
Stephanie A. Sullivan 
Grace E. Thompson 
Walter S. Thompson 
Theodore K. Tishler 
Gloria H. Tracy 
Gail A. Turner 
Christine C. Twombly 
Peter J. Wanderlich 
♦Richard M. Wainwright 
Dale H. S. Wescott 
Maude C. Wilkinson 
Phyllis H. Wilkinson 
Steven B. Wilson 
Marsha G. Winston 
♦Sandra Wittig 
Jon E. Wordell 
Shari S. Wordell 
♦Larry J. Zabielski 
Deirdre A. McLaughlin 


18,045.00 

8,505.00 

16,682.40 

15,065.68 

15,325.14 

12,824.25 

6,330.26 

18,545.00 

19,145.00 

12,158.80 

12.255.16 
11,720.64 
16,682.40 

5,342.40 

10,865.28 

17,645.00 

12.824.16 
14,783.36 
11,720.64 
11,185.72 
16,682.40 
13,465.68 
14,406.18 

2,382.76 


Programs With Other Districts 

♦John C. Ayer 3,251.00 *Robert William Johnson 964.75 

♦Daniel M. Buckley 539.50 *George A. Kurlychek 500.00 

♦Priscilla W. Crowell 8,272.74 * Joseph McNeil 768.00 


School Custodians 


Elsie Barber 

3,283.00 

John R. Kress 

9,285.58 

Joseph S. Barber 

10,350.93 

James W. Marshall 

8,994.71 

James H. Burke 

10,129.72 

James L. McGillen 

8,579.90 

Arthur S. Cahoon 

5,292.96 

Clarence Oliver 

9,891.57 

♦Timothy J. Clifford 

9,539.24 

Clarence Oliver, Jr. 

833.00 

Edgar H. Durkee 

9,840.56 

David Brian Peters 

87.45 

Joseph Fernandes, Jr. 

9,875.34 

Joseph B. Pina 

10,360.19 

Robert D. Fields 

9,851.28 

Robert F. Rathburn 

2,198.87 

Pierre W. Fitzpatrick 

9,457.97 

Darren Runnels 

2,329.50 

Vincent S. Forni 

9,608.21 

♦George A. Schoen 

11,033.74 

Frederick Gianelli 

3,020.50 

William Winslow Watson 71.55 


School 

Lunch 


Theresa Alves 

4,287.62 

Barbara C. Long 

4,564.52 

Grace E. Baksa 

4,883.48 

Margaret M. MacDiarmid 

884.95 

Joan N. Bauer 

4,581.84 

Catherine M. McGillen 

2,005.30 

♦Priscilla W. Crowell 

954.54 

Pearl F. Mercure 

7,499.91 

Violet T. Forni 

4,482.03 

Agnes Rose 

4,486.38 

Judith Garofalo 

3,783.57 

Ruth A. Smith 

4,780.22 

Linda Ann Allison Guinen 

1,185.30 

Michele L. Stalker 

82.80 

Celia Harrison 

2,628.48 

Rose L. Stinson 

4,334.09 

Lynn Salley Heap 

1,812.00 

Emma B. Symmes 

2,881.14 

Barbara Jean Herron 

232.30 

Noella M. Vagenas 

4,234.68 

Cheryl Holmes 

147.20 

Priscilla Young 

4,148.19 


* See other departments 


74 


Title Projects 

Total Wages Total Wages 



Paid 


Paid 

*Jane D. Alcock 

1,491-00 

* Susan C. Johnson 

3,578.40 

Marianne Borges 

6,905.80 

♦Ann W. Kaplan 

4,686.00 

♦Frances C. Bradstreet 

15,337.20 

*Kathleen D. Kaye 

7,155.00 

♦Beverly A. Chipman 

669.92 

Susan B. Lewis 

6,546.20 

♦Diane Cornwell 

2,955.39 

* Jeanne Marie Marion 

1,341.90 

*Jacklyn M. Costa 

28.40 

♦Mildred Mazanec 

1,412.90 

Harriet B. Dickson 

2,896.80 

♦Helen Rock Murdock 

1,384.50 

♦Honor Mary Dixon 

3,500.30 

* Jeanne F. Nagorniuk 

1,384.50 

Sharon A. Downey 

3,663.60 

* Shirley D. Nelson 

3,450.60 

♦Mary L. Duquette 

3,394.66 

*Lynn E. Nickerson 

1,384.50 

♦Sheila K. Ebbett 

4,806.70 

Susan Mary Parke 

1,384.50 

♦Linda M. Erdmann 

3,779.40 

♦Barbara P. Poppe 

287.00 

*Diane E. Falla 

920.50 

♦Nancy Gail Purcell 

3,429.30 

♦Patricia Gable 

1,831.80 

♦Glenna Grace Richards 

3,420.42 

* Harriet Gavigan 

234.30 

*Anne M. Smith 

1,531.25 

Pamela Perry Hadden 

127.80 

♦Jean M. Sokale 

3,429.30 

*Mary E. Hadfield 

21.30 

♦Judith A. Studley 

3,322.80 

♦Kathleen Haff 

5,211.40 

*Norma Thompson 

4,504.95 

Mary A. Hammatt 

170.40 

* Barbara A. Tomasian 

406.59 

♦Karen Marlene Holmes 

63.90 

♦Richard M. Wainwright 

10,384.64 

♦Marie A. Jacques 

1,640.10 




School Secretaries 


♦Beverly A. Chipman 

726.25 

*Allyene P. Simard 

657.00 

♦Diane Falla 

614.25 

♦Anne M. Smith 

9,974.16 

Ruth E. Farham 

5,384.53 

*Barbara A. Tomasian 

113.75 

Dorothy Griffith 

6,223.76 

♦Mary T. Vrountas 

3,782.58 

♦Beatrice Jones Mason 

35.00 

Virginia M. Watson 

1,449.95 

♦Virginia B. McBride 

6,346.48 

Eileen M. Zelak 

6,696.52 

♦Barbara P. Poppe 

70.00 




School 

Aides 


* Ellen I. Allison 

657.46 

Lois Smith 

71.54 

Gretchen V. Burleigh 

2,526.34 

♦Norma Thompson 

1,455.00 

Jocelyn C. Carter 

6,252.68 

Margaret D. Tischler 

5,116.00 

:!: Susan C. Johnson 

138.14 

"‘Elizabeth Adams Tyldesley 

♦Susan LaMontagne 

1,396.44 


2,076.84 

♦Judy A. MacLeod 

1,309.82 

*Mary F. Urton 

886.50 

Elizabeth P. Moran 

4,903.36 

Beverly T. Winchell 

323.30 

*Lynn E. Nickerson 

84.00 

♦Esther A. Young 

1,304.68 

Winfred M. Peterson 

1,274.00 




Hourly & Day Workers 


Kristine L. Allen 

25.00 

♦Beverly A. Chipman 

609.78 

♦Ellen I. Allison 

731.40 

♦Diane A. Cornwell 

350.00 

Gail L. Baker 

150.00 

♦Jacklyn M. Costa 

3,705.00 

Gloria Bigos 

150.00 

Mary Croteau 

52.60 

Jean Louise Bourgeois 

400.00 

Lynn Elsa Cusick 

2,752.00 

Denise C. Brackett 

16.10 

♦David A. DeFerie, Jr. 

2,575.00 

Barbara Jean Brown 

175.00 

Catherine C. Dennis 

100.00 

♦Patricia Burns 

3,561.59 

♦Honor Mary Dixon 

225.00 

Jean P. Caldwell 

522.10 

John Vincent Donnellan 

125.00 

John J. Carroll 

25.00 

♦Mary C. Dugger 

400.00 

Richard N. Caruso 

♦ See other departments 

325.00 

♦Mary L. Duquette 

55.94 


75 


Total Wages 


Total Wages 



Paid 


Paid 

♦Sheila K. Ebbett 

2,144.20 

Ruth H. Moody 

43.50 

♦Diane Falla 

404.25 

♦Helen Rock Murdock 

50.00 

♦Patricia Gable 

362.50 

♦Jeanne F. Nagorniuk 

25.00 

Maree H. Galvin 

12.50 

♦Shirley D. Nelson 

87.50 

♦Harriet Gavigan 

2,212.50 

Leslie H. Nickerson 

200.00 

♦Peter J. Goldstein 

450.00 

♦Mary Ann Nickerson 

163.46 

♦Mary E. Hadfield 

975.00 

Carol M. Pendergast 

75.00 

♦Kathleen Haff 

1,669.50 

Martin Perry 

100.00 

Mary Hamilton 

50.00 

♦Barbara P. Pope 

208.25 

Elizabeth Handel 

275.00 

♦Nancy Gail Purcell 

254.20 

♦Karen Marlene Holmes 

537.50 

Alicia Anne Redmond 

1,050.00 

Gwyn Glenda Howard 

150.00 

♦Glenna Grace Richards 

202.35 

Rebecca Jean Howes 

359.00 

Anne Ciccarelli Ross 

725.00 

♦Peter Hurst 

4,602.00 

♦Ruthann Ryan 

250.00 

♦Marie A. Jacques 

12.50 

Robert A. Salois 

50.00 

Karen A. Jaworski 

400.00 

Helene Sharkey 

262.50 

♦Susan C. Johnson 

162.50 

♦Allyene P. Simard 

513.50 

♦Ann W. Kaplan 

12.50 

Cathie Anne Smith 

150.00 

Steven T. Kemp 

1,892.50 

David C. Smith 

25.00 

Paula D. Kenney 

50.00 

♦Jean M. Sokale 

119.00 

Donald Kuhnert 

275.00 

♦Marvin A. Stout, Jr. 

261.00 

♦Susan LaMontagne 

1,946.90 

♦Judith A. Studley 

207.90 

Gary Lincoln Lindorff 

50.00 

♦Norma Thompson 

1,004.62 

George W. Machon 

187.50 

♦Walter S. Thompson 

200.00 

Charles MacIntyre 

275.00 

♦Barbara A. Tomasian 

386.16 

♦Ralph Snow MacKenzie 

2,844.00 

Albert E. Tyldesley 

250.00 

♦Judy A. MacLeod 

1,799.20 

♦Elizabeth Adams Tyldesley 629.85 

♦Jeanne Marie Marion 

12.50 

♦Mary F. Urton 

1,237.25 

♦Beatrice Jones Mason 

70.00 

♦Mary T. Vrountas 

1,225.89 

♦Mildred Mazanec 

625.00 

♦Richard M. Wainwright 

150.00 

♦Virginia B. McBride 

10.00 

♦Esther A. Young 

1,983.86 

Diane Beth McCartney 

400.00 

♦Larry J. Zabielski 

2,500.00 

Police & Ticket Takers 


♦Richard G: Blais 

25.17 

♦Charles H. Hull 

95.54 

♦Christopher F. Collins 

129.00 

♦David J. Jacek 

30.00 

♦Paul D. Crowley 

37.75 

♦Diane L. Kendrick 

46.20 

Kathy Doherty 

27.50 

Sheryl Lawrence 

5.00 

Deborah Dolan 

35.00 

♦Craig T. Morris 

123.00 

♦Walter D. Ennes, Jr. 

41.48 

♦Sandra R. Scruggs 

166.10 

♦Craig B. Hall 

28.00 

♦Peter G. Welch 

385.31 

Carol Hannigan 

45.00 

William Whalen, Jr. 

22.50 

♦Peter W. Horigan 

55.20 

♦Chester F. Wright, Jr. 

28.35 


School 

Coaches 


Deborah . A. Belmore 

400.00 

♦Peter Hurst 

1,218.00 

Robert Brackett 

800.00 

♦George A. Kirchner 

1,518.00 

♦Glenn Bryant 

900.00 

♦Stephen J. Kot 

600.00 

♦Ralph W. Burns 

800.00 

♦Paul LaMontagne 

300.00 

Elizabeth I. Cotell 

150.00 

♦Susan LaMontagne 

618.00 

♦Peter Edward DiSalvatore 318.00 

♦Barry Longval 

600.00 

♦Meredith F. Drew 

636.00 

♦Paul R. Mangelinkx 

800.00 

♦Frederick F. Dunford 

600.00 

♦Mary D. McGrath 

418.00 

♦Frederick Ebbett 

1,000.00 

♦Diana L. Newton 

200.00 

♦Patricia Gable 

618.00 

♦Cheryl M. Poore 

1,848.00 

♦Charles J. Horan 

1,236.00 

♦Glenn A. Rose 

1,648.00 


* See other departments 


76 


Paid 

Total Wages 

♦Robert Shillinglaw 

300.00 

Patricia G. Thayer 

150.00 

♦Albert E. Tyldesley 

424.00 

♦David E. Atwood 

School 

285.00 

Karen Baca 

25.00 

George E. Burrows 

25.00 

Barbara Blaze 

57.00 

Nancy Blazis 

60.00 

S. W. Bocskocsky 

48.00 

James F. Burke, Jr. 

30.00 

Chris Campbell 

81.00 

Francis J. Carey 

125.00 

Gordon C. Challies, Jr. 

16.00 

Richard B. Colby 

51.00 

Dennis J. Comolli 

90.00 

Harold Cornforth, Jr. 

120.00 

Steven A. Cornforth 

34.00 

♦David F. Costa 

232.50 

Harry F. Craig 

30.00 

Jeffrey Cross 

77.00 

♦David DeFerie, Jr. 

75.00 

Len Desautels 

17.00 

John A. Desharnis 

16.00 

William J. Doherty 

195.50 

Jon M. Donahue 

30.00 

Louis Drake, Jr. 

90.00 

Louis Drake, Sr. 

64.00 

♦Frederick Dunford 

16.00 

Earl F. Dunham, Jr. 

30.00 

Richard A. Fairman 

18.00 

Meredith Fancy 

25.00 

Alfred W. Faria 

334.00 

♦Joseph J. Fede 

36.00 

Leo Ferrari 

25.00 

Don Fleet 

48.00 

Peter Foss 

64.00 

George P. Gaspa 

30.00 

John Gomes, Jr. 

25.00 

Stephen C. Goveia 

115.00 

Russell Grander 

137.00 

Linda Halvorson 

30.00 

Helena Hantzes 

35.00 

William Hart 

17.00 

George T. Hassard 

59.00 

William Hendy 

30.00 

Mark Hennessy 

107.00 

Ralph C. Hoar 

80.00 

Kittredge B. Holmes 

64.00 

♦Peter Hurst 

75.00 

Walter J. Jaworski 

18.00 


Total Wages 
Paid 


Patricia Walker 600.00 

♦Sandra Wittig 300.00 

*Larry Zabielski 800.00 

Referees 

Theodore Vincent Jonas 30.00 
♦Stephen J. Kot 90.00 

Ernest J. LeBlanc 91.00 

Elizabeth Ann Lee 30.00 

Harold Williams 165.00 

♦Sandra Wittig 132.00 

Raymond L’Etoile 50.00 

Roberta F. Leydon 41.00 

Robert H. Lindquist 25.50 

Stephen D. Lotterman 48.00 

James McKenzie 25.00 

Clarence L. Merritt 105.00 

Leo P. Miller 60.00 

Bana Miquelle 34.00 

David S'. Mulholland 84.00 

Richard I. Mulholland, Sr. 90.00 
John Neylon 18.00 

Margaret O’Leary 36.00 

Michael J. Patkoske 120.00 

Manuel Pena 50.00 

Kenneth W. Perreira 52.00 

Bruce Peters 36.00 

Antonio Pilla 30.00 

Albert H. Raneo, Sr. 153.00 

Arthur Roderick 108.00 

Glenn A. Rose 32.00 

Wes Shrum 17.00 

James H. Sibson 30.00 

Howard Leonard Small 30.00 

Jeff Smith 47.00 

Joanne Spurr 85.00 

William J. Stevens 68.00 

John F. Stulba 25.00 

Allan Sullivan, Jr. 18.00 

Sandra Taraskiewicz 91.00 

Charles D. Tassinari 30.00 

♦Jayne Thacher 50.00 

Robert W. Tribou 16.00 

Fred Turner 70.00 

Bernard M. Verre 60.00 

Christine Vliano 41.00 

Roger T. Walsh 66.00 

Thomas W. Wannie 16.00 

Timothy C. Whitney 52.00 

Robert H. Wilkinson 102.00 

Carl F. Zopatti 17.00 


Adult Education 

Shirley Anderson 210.00 *Tomothy J. Clifford 13.10 

Helen Andrews 1.125.00 Douglas Coudy 225.00 


* See other departments 


77 


Total Wages Total Wages 

Paid Paid 


Georgia W. Dearborn 

675.00 

Watson A. Mosher 

450.00 

Lynda Donovan 

375.00 

Dean Bruce Murphy 

15.00 

Nancy Jane Eldridge 

225.00 

Ruth A. Nickerson 

450.00 

Jane Gallivan 

150.00 

Poster Nystrom 

225.00 

Ralph L. Gray 

900.00 

Virginia Pena 

900.00 

John A. Halliday 

675.00 

Lillian R. Roma 

225.00 

Gloria C. Hautenan 

225.00 

Anne M. Romano 

150.00 

Eugene E. Hawkins 

78.75 

♦George A. Schoen 

15.08 

Pamela Henderson 

225.00 

Jean Shiel 

450.00 

Jean Johnson 

660.00 

♦Walter S. Thompson 

225.00 

Jeanne M. Kee 

150.00 

Arturo Vivante 

187.50 

Shirley A. Linehaugh 

1,143.00 

Robin V. Walker 

450.00 

Manuel Lopes 

450.00 

Milton H. Welt 

225.00 

Dorothy Anne Lovely 

450.00 

Daniel A. White, Jr. 

900.00 

♦Ralph Snow MacKenzie 

315.00 

Mildred P. Winston 

870.00 

Ruth H. Moody 

2,915.00 

Kathleen Nelson Woods 

150.00 


Regular Payroll 

January 1, 1978 — December 31,1978 
Treasurer’s Department 


Reg. Total Wages 



Overtime 

(Other)* 

Wages 

Paid 

♦Gordon R. Eldredge 




545.28 

♦Ruth B. Ericson 




14,223.47 

♦Alice H. Stanford 

74.65 


8,786.53 

8,861.18 

Carol A. Barton 




248.48 

♦Crystal Bottiggi 




5,509.11 

Angela J. Goodwin 

114.26 


6,114.68 

6,228.94 

♦Annette C. Manzoli 

160.97 


6,114.68 

6,275.65 

Barbara M. Perry 

58.00 


5,762.46 

5,820.46 

♦Ethel C. Wurtz 

393.10 


8,111.60 

8,504.70 


Water Department 



Christopher Zocca 




8,641.96 

Bruce S. Cahoon 

725.40 

190.00 

13,535.34 

14,450.74 

John E. Harper 




2,516.59 

Richard Bassett 

1,442.10 

510.00 

11,574.40 

13,526.50 

William W. Chase 

398.25 

25.00 

5,253.65 

5,676.90 

John H. Crandlemire 

55.12 


1,285.20 

1,340.32 

James Bryce Dunbar 

3.61 


3,431.93 

3,435.54 

H. Ray Ellis 




3,228.98 

Robert E. Hopkins 

798.19 


10,441.60 

11,239.79 

Thomas U. Linnell 




30.00 

Richard Dean Martin 

342.20 

10.00 

4,944.05 

5,296.25 

Raymond L. Miles 

859.18 


10,004.80 

10,863.98 

Herbert Rickaby 




5,575.20 

Zella Willson 




8,944.00 


Highway Department 



Albert H. Raneo, Sr. 




16,487.95 

Carlton Antoine 




24.60 

Russell M. Bassett 




130.07 

Benjamin H. Bearse 

968.00 


10,242.96 

11,210.96 

Edward Bessom, Jr. 




28.05 


* Bonuses, Standby, Etc. 


78 


Reg. Total Wages 



Overtime 

(Other)* Wages 

Paid 

Paul Freeman Bourget 



22.96 

Richard O. Bouvier 



139.95 

"‘Ronald T. Brilhante 



399.90 

Dennis P. Brogan 



138.32 

"‘Richard Alan Canto 



56.10 

John S. Centeio 

1,499.52 

9,755.20 

11,254.72 

William W. Chase 



73.26 

William F. Corrado 



47.85 

"“William J. Doherty 



21.45 

Robert D. Fernandes, Jr. 



126.71 

Timothy M. Fernandes 



105.60 

Aaron Gingras 



141.90 

Michael D. Glancy 



41.28 

Manuel A. Gomes, Sr. 

799.04 

9,642.64 

10,441.68 

Glenn Gonsalves 

189.00 

4,564.82 

4,753.82 

Christopher Green 



28.05 

Gregory L. Handren 



139.98 

Scott N. Hartig 



49.20 

Dana Hersey 



24.60 

Robert E. Hopkins 



39.06 

Thomas E. Johnson 



28.05 

Louis J. Karras 

1,963.69 

10,498.30 

12,461.99 

Charles W. Kelsey, Jr. 



27.90 

“Diane L. Kendrick 



62.13 

Raymond L’Etoile 



26.24 

Roy A. Lobas 



130.08 

Sandra Lynn Lojko 



41.25 

Donald A. MacAskill 



7.44 

Richard Dean Martin 



117.22 

Damon McCabe 



42.90 

Lance F. McCormick 



36.30 

John M. McGillen 



56.10 

“Joseph McNeil 



265.98 

Kevin J. Miranda 



33.00 

Daniel B. Monteiro 



61.05 

Theodore R. Monterio, III 

946.66 

8,171.24 

9,117.90 

Craig T. Morris 



48.00 

Clifton A. Nickerson 

1,081.03 

9,063.60 

10,144.63 

Alice Norgeot 



8,435.59 

Rodney Allan O’Brien, Jr. 



79.20 

Anibal Ronald Pena 

1,674.34 

8,879.97 

10,554.31 

Frank J. Pena 



70.95 

Peter Brooks Pena 

2.59 

1,654.31 

1,656.90 

Felipe C. Perez 

1,370.56 

10,534.47 

11,905.03 

Felipe C. Perez, Jr. 



40.92 

Frederick J. Pina 



34.65 

Linda L. Pina 



130.03 

Albert H. Raneo, Jr. 

2,122.75 

9,978.40 

12,101.15 

Brian K. Raneo 



79.20 

Cheryl D. Raneo 



27.60 

Mark John Reynolds 



140.25 

Robert R. Ritchie 



49.20 

Timothy L. Ritchie 



28.05 

“Veronica D. Ritchie 



26.40 

David Thomas Roche 



62.70 

Frank F. Roderick 

2,399.32 

11,585.60 

13,984.92 

William Schettino 



26.24 

* Bonuses, Standby, Etc. 





79 


Reg. Total Wages 


Overtime (Other)* Wages Paid 

♦Sandra R. Scruggs 76.13 

Glen Shenkin 18.15 

John Joseph Souza 138.00 

Michael A. Speakman 70.95 

♦Alice H. Stanford 21.30 

Terrance J. Sullivan 29.70 

♦Jayne Thacher 37.72 

Raymond L. Thacher, Jr. 167.92 

Deane S. Thayer 42.08 726.00 768.08 

♦Charles E. Urton 200.88 

Ricardo Vasconcellos 428.04 

Anthony M. Viera 79.20 

Richard Welsh 36.30 

William A. West 32.76 


Town Hall Department 

Total Wages Total Wages 



Paid 


Paid 

Donn B. Griffin 

15,681.62 

Robert E. Marceline 

11,128.00 

Haden G. Greenhalgh 

14,700.88 

Dorothy M. Martes 

7,641.32 

Barry A. Hemeon 

14,700.88 

Jack Martin 

10,549.99 

Mary Lou Blute 

3,700.87 

David L. Menegas 

2,373.32 

Sandra E. Bowen 

8,669.96 

James C. Moore, Jr. 

11,924.34 

Ronald T. Brilhante 

7,266.40 

Thomas Alan Moore 

1,428.00 

Juell E. Buckwold 

10,214.77 

Martin E. Moran 

22,369.07 

Patricia Anne Cahill 

4,674.77 

Patrick Murphy 

171.60 

Leroy F. Cotell, Jr. 

6,760.00 

Mary A. O’Donnell 

7,227.23 

Barbara J. Eldredge 

538.12 

Evelyn R. Robinson 

4,153.24 

Anne M. Grizey 

7,005.32 

Donald R. Ryder 

8,009.56 

Peggy E. Hall 

3,731.05 

Mary E. Scannell 

12,022.89 

Helen B. Henderson 

1,076.25 

Philip T. Sherman 

13,762.72 

Grace L. Hurst 

8,517.20 

Robert Alan Spongberg 

5,288.25 

Paul G. Landers 

1,327.36 

David E. Thyng 

12,775.84 

Thomas E. Leach 

13,235.38 

Kevin Earl Young 

818.40 


Golf Department 




Reg. Total Wages 


Overtime (Other)* Wages 

Paid 

Francis L. Santos 



17,549.28 

Richard Alan Canto 

558.62 

7,417.47 

7,976.09 

Donald J. Carney 

129.32 

2,054.06 

2,183.38 

Robert C. Dunlop 

274.84 

6,018.48 

6,293.32 

Brian B. Gage 

114.80 

2,027.68 

2,142.48 

Gregory L. Handren 

413.25 

3,685.75 

4,099.00 

Alan B. Smith 

1,197.12 

12,918.64 

14,115.76 

Stewart R. Sylvia 

1,027.83 

9,424.00 

10,278.35 

Matthew J. Thatcher 

69.75 

774.00 

843.75 

James W. Thompson 



104.00 

Golf Pro Shop 

Department 


Herbert J. Davis 

244.54 

3,062.26 

3,306.80 

Gustave J. Ericson 

404.25 

7,322.50 

7,726.75 

Timothy J. Hall 



1,555.90 

Arthur C. Hayes 



1,737.54 

Steve McKenna 



272.16 

Kenneth W. Powers 



1,712.03 


* Bonuses, Standbys, Etc 


80 



Reg. 

Total Wages 

Overtime (Other)* 

Wages 

Paid 

Teresa Powers 


223.72 

David E. Ryder 


1,391.07 

Douglas E. Ryder 


1,439.48 

William J. Whalen, Jr. 


1,311.89 

Timothy J. White 


833.68 

Cemetery Department 

Joseph G. Baker 189.57 

9,093.05 

9,282.62 

Ovidiu Gabriel Bordeianu 


516.00 

Forrest A. Eaton, Jr. 


100.00 

Richard B. Greenman 


100.00 

Cynthia A. Harrow 9.00 

384.00 

393.00 

Helen M. Higgins 


492.00 

Roger W. Munsey 


100.00 

Joan Carolyn Snow 


1,200.00 

Parks & Recreation Department 


Rufus D. Pina 1,969.24 

9,729.72 

11,698.96 

Donna Marie Bassett 


160.00 

Lawrence L. Brown, III 


480.00 

Harriet W. Chandler 


526.80 

Roger G. Cove 


584,40 

Linda Susan Covert 


981.67 

Barbara DeGiacomo 


760.00 

Charles Dunbar 


680.00 

Joseph Fernandes, Jr. 


40.00 

Kathleen M. Fitzgerald 


135.00 

Vincent S. Forni 


24.00 

Joseph D. Gilmette 


480.00 

Sharon Lee Hannigan 


160.00 

Steven P. Hersey 317.11 

4,575.48 

4,892.59 

Lois Mary Hines 


720.00 

Peter F. Hines 


760.00 

Anne Marie Knight 


934.16 

* Stephen J. Kot 


720.00 

John R. Kress 


48.00 

Michael D. Leugers 


1,250.00 

Joanne Lukasiewicz 


720.00 

Cynthia B. McGalliard 40.00 

3,370.00 

3,410.00 

Pamela G. Meriam 


480.00 

* Clarence Oliver 


40.00 

*Clarence Oliver, Jr. 


40.00 

Rose E. O’Shaughnessy 


1,275.00 

Janet Ruth Parker 


930.00 

Richard S. Paulus 


760.00 

Michael Pina 305.34 

2,633.26 

2,938.60 

Michael J. Ross 


1,515.28 

Robert D. Small 


720.00 

Thurza H. Small 


800.00 

Jeffrey W. Whitty 


680.00 

Veterans Department 

Barbara E. Burkhard 


5,997.09 

Robert L. Carey 


4,665.18 

Mary L. Rooney 


7,514.64 

* Bonuses, Standbys, Etc. 


81 


Saquatucket Harbor Department 



Total Wages 

Total Wages 


Paid 


Paid 

David Roberts Ayer 

72.00 

Jeffrey Allen Morrisey 

1,050.00 

John Keefe Cato 

744.00 

Thomas J. O’Grady 

246.00 

William Lawrence Chandler, Jr. 

Richard S. Paulus 

312.00 


4,056.00 

Patrick J. Stinson 

18.00 

Edward Lewis Dickinson 450.00 

Cedrick L. Warner 

744.00 

Mark V. Leach 

168.00 

Peter James Zapple 

1,081.50 

Bruce MacNayr 

432.00 




Library Department 


Lee W. Baldwin 

1,001.01 

Lisbeth O. Leighton 

1,296.75 

Norma Binnig 

169.60 

Patricia Mulcahy 

22.80 

Leslie A. Brown 

2,307.50 

Rosemarie A. Mulcahy 

3,854.49 

Virginia S. Doane 

10,502.99 

Mary J. O’Neill 

1,793.00 

Isabel W. Eldridge 

459.00 

Donald Smith 

720.09 

Mary Guild 

610.00 

Jean E. Stone 

2,301.00 

Robert C. Hall 

23.80 

Martha E. Stone 

816.75 

Florence M. Hancock 796.00 

Bertha Van Sickle 

57.70 

Elsa F. Hutchinson 

968.50 




Bi-Weekly Town Hall 


Sara Ayer 

1,033.30 

Katherine V. Kelly 

5,270.15 

Catherine Colbert 

4,298.49 

Anders R. Nelson 

5,121.69 


Town Hall Monthly 


♦Joseph Barber 

125.00 

Paul P. Ollivier 

500.00 

Bradford Barrett, Jr. 2,750.00 

Walter Bruno Shyllberg 

775.00 

Sumner Campbell 

125.00 

Anne M. Smith 

400.00 

* Gordon R. Eldredge 

12.50 

David C. Smith 

50.83 

♦Ruth B. Ericson 

200.00 

♦Alice H. Stanford 

87.50 

James M. Falla 

1,800.00 

Raymond L. Thacher 

3,459.98 

Michael D. Ford 

250.00 

Allin P. Thompson, Jr. 

2,800.01 

Richard Hathaway 

400.00 

George A. Thompson 

450.00 

Francis J. Hibbert 

400.00 

Eila Wixon 

2,000.00 

Nancy B. Ingalls 

5,124.96 

Marion R. Woodlock 

1,845.00 


Election & Registration 


Carol A. Barton 

36.40 

Barbara Leary 

14.00 

Joyce Bearse 

48.00 

♦Thomas U. Linnell 

49.50 

♦Richard G. Blais 

70.61 

♦Annette C. Manzoli 

18.20 

Margaret I. Borden 

77.00 

Marguerite Marion 

280.00 

* Crystal Bottiggi 

16.80 

Marion Marsh 

95.20 

♦Barbara E. Burkhard 

11.20 

Robert W. McBride 

11.20 

Barbara Callahan 

60.95 

♦James G. Mendes 

174.90 

♦Christopher F. Collins 

69.00 

♦Ruth H. Moody 

280.00 

♦Paul D. Crowley 

108.81 

♦Charlotte M. Morey 

60.20 

Karen Ellis 

15.90 

Marietta D. Nilson 

28.00 

♦Walter D. Ennes, Jr. 

88.14 

Dorothy S. O’Donnell 

1,372.00 

♦Ruth Farham 

142.80 

Juliana Peterson 

18.20 

♦Anne M. Grizey 

44.80 

♦Rufus D. Pina 

64.40 

Mary R. Hall 

294.00 

♦Evelyn R. Robinson 

11.20 

Mollie Handler 

87.50 

William G. Rollins 

47.25 

Lucille Hathaway 

82.60 

♦Herbert F. Rowley 

32.50 

Jane R. Healy 

242.45 

David C. Smith 

73.21 

Mary Hennessy 

733.95 

♦Alice H. Stanford 

11.20 

♦Grace L. Hurst 

438.20 

Peter G. Welch 

95.53 

Sandra R. Kahn 

173.60 

Chester F. Wright, Jr. 

45.00 

♦Diane L. Kendrick 

14.70 

♦Ethel C. Wurtz 

22.40 


* See other departments 


82 


Beaches 

Total Wages Total Wages 


Paid 


Paid 

Clyde V. Andrews 

2,041.38 

Susan E. Linton 

949.98 

Karol Anne Ballantine 

744.15 

Margaret A. I. MacNeil 

480.00 

Katherine J. Braunies 

225.00 

* Charlotte M. Morey 

480.00 

Paul S. Carty 

600.00 

Mary Beth Mumper 

308.75 

Gerald Edward Davis 

651.79 

Coleen O’Donnell 

840.00 

Karen A. Dunford 

840.00 

Geoffrey O’Leary 

842.51 

Elizabeth Fields 

195.00 

Sean O’Leary 

235.71 

Kathleen M. Fitzgerald 

380.00 

Cynthia M. Rafuse 

538.32 

Helen M. Hession 

451.23 

Marguerite C. Root 

660.00 

Eileen Hession 

949.98 

Edward J. Teahan, Jr. 

918.32 

David J. Hill 

645.00 

Richard E. Thompson 

949.98 

Judith E. Hinds 

934.15 

Leslie Marion Vasconcellos 569.98 

Gary Edward Kaczor 

651.79 

Jean R. Weekes 

840.00 

Debra A. Linton 

840.00 

Arthur M. Wells 

840.00 


Call Firemen 


John D. Await 

420.50 

Alan Kalbach 

148.70 

Gregory P. Ballam 

236.10 

James Kavanaugh 

82.65 

Richard E. Bates 

12.90 

Donald A. MacAskill 

674.30 

Norman M. Clarke, Sr. 

152.25 

John C. MacDiarmid 

104.60 

Allyne B. Conner 

17.00 

John J. Maloney, III 

146.95 

Bradford M. Davis 

412.25 

James Marinelli 

9.20 

Frederick J. Dunford, Jr. 

56.85 

Robert McBride 

719.40 

Alvin B. Eldredge 

18.35 

Chester H. Mohr, Jr. 

172.60 

Edwin Eldredge 

265.15 

Frederick Pina 

111.10 

John A. Eldredge 

420.40 

Richard Pina 

47.75 

Roy Eldredge, Jr. 

437.05 

Vincent Pisciotta 

61.75 

Walter A. Eldredge, Jr. 

117.40 

Clifton Stalker 

117.50 

Harold J. Gabriel 

75.30 

Raymond L. Thacher 

130.75 

Richard Borden Gaskell 

93.60 

Gordon Thayer 

123.00 

Brent C. Hemeon 

67.95 

Leonard Thayer 

113.80 

Henry Searcy Jessop 

267.95 

Bruce Frederick Young 

66.10 

Wayne S. Johnson 

20.20 



Fire Department Overtime 


John C. Ayer 

1,885.17 

Donald Allen MacAskill 

496.39 

Roger E. Bailey 

1,624.38 

Joseph McNeil 

2,552.32 

Norman M. Clarke, Jr. 

1,992.63 

Robert A. Peterson 

714.60 

Bertram W. Eldredge 

2,071.44 

Wilfred Remillard 

1,272.12 

William L. Flynn, Jr. 

782.12 

Daniel K. Spencer 

618.20 

Theron C. Holmes 

460.40 

Arthur R. Stearns 

871.80 

Robert E. Hudson 

1,365.20 

Albert E. Tyldesley 

2,377.49 

Robert William Johnson 

361.51 

Charles E. Urton 

1,067.58 

Leonard Kalbach 

360.52 

Robert C. Williams 

202.72 

Gordon S. King 

636.34 

Bruce C. Young 

1,258.20 

James L. Lusher 

2,644.07 




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Special Police 


Joseph Barber 
William Barnes 
William A. Brown 
Kevin Cavanaugh 
Christopher P. Collins 
Thomas Kevin Condon 
Edward P. Conners 
Richard J. Crosson 
Courtenay L. Foote 
Shane M. Gingras 
Joseph Gomes 
Ina M. Gould 
Peter C. Horigan 
David J. Jacek 
Diane L. Kendrick 
Robert J. Knott, Jr. 
Edward Lambton 
Michael F. Meehan 
Robert E. Milbier 
Craig T. Morris 
David J. Nixon 
Kevin F. O’Shea 
Mark R. Pecor 
Juliana Peterson 
Dennis J. Picariello 
Veronica D. Ritchie 
Glenn H. Rowley 
David L. Ruggles 
Sandra R. Scruggs 
Cynthia A. Shannon 
Thomas C. Smith 
John Joseph Rose 


Police Help Fr< 

Total Wages 
Paid 

From Brewster 

Francis A. Baker 

60.00 

David Carlson 

52.50 

Kevin J. Mullen 

60.00 

David B. Seaman 

60.00 

Robert J. Shady 

60.00 

Richard C. Stephens 

45.00 

From Chatham 

John G. Brooks 

56.25 

Gordon E. Eldridge 

48.75 

Joseph D. Fennell 

60.00 

David C. Grant 

56.25 

Wayne V. Love 

60.00 

Roderick MacDonald 

60.00 

Arthur R. Towns, Jr. 

60.00 

Michael R. Walker 

60.00 

Jonathan R. White 

60.00 



Extra 

Ttl. Wages 

Salary 

Duty 

Paid 

44.00 

442.50 

486.50 

1,126.85 

101.25 

1,228.10 

46.20 


46.20 

44.00 


44.00 

7,441.90 

1,572.50 

9,014.40 

1,873.95 

588.75 

2,462.70 

1,870.77 

255.00 

2,125.77 

2,027.92 

435.00 

2,462.92 

1,703.41 


1,703.41 

1,213.34 


1,213.34 

784.90 


784.90 

1,662.52 


1,662.52 

3,001.20 

887.78 

3,888.98 

2,801.12 

585.00 

3,386.12 

135.77 

172.20 

307.97 

1,595.60 

273.75 

1,869.35 

1,978.00 

690.00 

2,668.00 

2,168.00 

270.00 

2,438.00 

2,453.10 

208.00 

2,661.10 

7,762.40 

2,991.75 

10,754.15 

1,768.12 

193.13 

1,961.25 

2,076.75 

573.74 

2,650.49 

2,820.00 


2,820.00 

2,838.72 


2,838.72 

2,510.00 

532.50 

3,042.50 

349.80 


349.80 

1,241.24 


1,241.24 

2,094.40 

110.62 

2,205.02 

521.40 


521.40 

94.00 


94.00 

48.40 

56.00 

104.40 

1,878.80 


1,878.80 


Outside Towns 

Total Wages 
Paid 


From Dennis 

Debe Bascom 56.25 

Francis E. Bell 56.25 

Kevin C. Farr 52.50 

Raymond D. Gentile 60.00 

Steve Kelley 56.25 

William M. Monahan 52.50 

John A. Thomas 60.00 

Joseph L. Summers 150.00 

From Falmouth 

Ronald E. DeMello 135.00 

Percy L. Kennedy 135.00 

Michel P. Morgan 142.50 

From Yarmouth 

Albert L. Watson 146.25 


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Report of the Grant Writer 


To the Honorable Board of Selectmen 
and Citizens of the Town of Harwich: 

I hereby submit my annual report as Grant Writer for 
the Town of Harwich. 

The Town has maintained the position of Grant Writer 
for a period of six months. As this is the first opportunity to 
report on the activities of this position, it is appropriate to 
briefly outline the process of obtaining a grant. 

1. Authorization to seek funding for a project is given by 
Town Meeting and/or elected Official(s). 

2. The Grant Writer then explores possible sources of fund¬ 
ing for the project. 

3. Detailed information on specific programs offered by 
possible funding sources is obtained in the form of Fed¬ 
eral Regulations, program fact sheets, application proce¬ 
dures, availability of funds, other projects funded by the 
source in the past, and deadline dates for applications. 

4. The best match between the project and the funding 
program is selected. 

5. Precise information on the project is collected and com¬ 
bined with statistical data. 

6. A pre-application or application is prepared and sub¬ 
mitted to the funding source and County & State Clear¬ 
inghouses (A-95 Review) for comments. 

7. The progress of the application is monitored as it goes 
through various evaluations. 

8. If the project is funded, it must be administered to in¬ 
sure that the completed project is satisfactory to the 
Town and the funding source. 

9. If the project is not funded, a follow up is done with the 
funding source to determine the basis for the decision. 

The decision by a funding source, as to whether a project 
is funded or not, is generally based on the competition of 
similar projects against the program scoring criteria. The 
scoring criteria are designed to measure the impact of the 
project on a situation which the funding source is authorized 
by legislation to aid. 



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Since the introduction of the position of Grant Writer to 
the Town, the following projects have received funding. 

1. The exterior painting of Albro House; $4,500. in services 
were awarded by the Housing Assistance Corp., project 
completed. 

2. The interior painting of the Harwich Youth Center; 
$1,980. in services were awarded by the Housing Assist¬ 
ance Corp., project completed. 

3. The replacement of the spillway and fish ladder at the 
outlet of Hinckleys Pond; work by the Mass. Division of 
Marine Fisheries is presently scheduled to begin in July 
1979, approximate value of services $9,000. 

4. The preparation of a feasibility study for the construc¬ 
tion of a Municipal Fish Off-Loading Pier at the Com¬ 
munity Landing site on Wychmere Harbor; $4,800. were 
awarded by Massachusetts Coastal Zone Management, 
work in progess. 

5. The restoration of the Quason Purchase Documents; 
$342.50 were awarded by the Massachusetts Council on 
Arts and Humanities, a State Agency. 

There are currently two grant requests awaiting decision: 

1. The purchase of two traffic counter units; amount re¬ 
quested $1,500., from L.E.A.A. 

2. The construction of a Municipal Fish Off-Loading Pier 
at the Community Landing site on Wychmere Harbor; 
amount requested $100,000., from the Farmers Home 
Administration, pre-application accepted, the full appli¬ 
cation is pending decision. 

At the close of 1978, there are three grant requests in 
various stages of preparation for submission in 1979. A total 
of twelve pre-applications and applications for funding have 
been submitted. In addition to researching, writing and ad¬ 
ministering grant requests, the Grant Writer has attended 
all meetings of the Commercial Fisheries Activities Study 
Committee acting in an advisory capacity and attended nu¬ 
merous other Town Committee meetings to inform on the 
progress of funding requests or advise on the availability of 
funds for a specific project. The Grant Writer has also pro¬ 
vided information and help to several citizens of Harwich 
who were interested in writing a grant or wanted information 
on certain programs. 


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In closing, one point should be stressed, at the present 
time very few grant programs are willing to fund the total 
cost of a project. This means that the Town must be willing 
to fund a certain percentage of project costs, usually 25% or 
less. In some cases, it is necessary for these Town funds to 
be committed to the project prior to the submission of a re¬ 
quest for funding. If the grant request is not successful, the 
appropriated funding is returned to the general fund at the 
close of the year. If the funding request is successful, the 
minimum amount necessary is committed to the project and 
any funds appropriated over that amount are returned to the 
general fund. It is due to this requirement of committed 
funding for certain programs that the Grant Writer recom¬ 
mends that the Town view requests for matching funds 
favorably. 


Respectfully submitted, 

ROBERT A. SPONGBERG 


Historical District Commission 


To the Honorable Board of Selectmen 
and Citizens of the Town of Harwich: 

There were two meetings held in 1978. One for the orien¬ 
tation for new members, the election of a new Chairman and 
Secretary and the other to consider a request for approval of 
a sign for a proposed restaurant on Parallel Street. The mat¬ 
ter of the sign will be considered later when a revised design 
is submitted. 


Respectfully submitted, 

THEODORE R. LAWTON 
Chairman 




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Harwich Historical Commission 


To the Honorable Board of Selectmen 
and Citizens of the Town of Harwich: 

We are presenting to you our fifteenth Annual Report. 

New members appointed on the Commission were: 

David Tobey 
Kathleen Smith 

The Commission invited the townspeople to attend a 
public ceremony at Brooks Free Library on July 3rd. At this 
time the Selectmen were presented with a framed certificate 
and each owner of property in the Historic District received 
a certificate stating that the Harwich District is now listed 
in the National Register of Historic Places. 

The Book “Harwich Men of the Sea” is still available at 
the Town Office, Library, and in some local stores, the sale 
of which is bringing in revenue to the Town. 

We regret that we have had two resignations this year, 
Mr. Edward Busby after four years of service and Mrs. Mil¬ 
dred Paine who has been a member of the Commission since 
it was established in 1964, and its Chairman since 1968. 

We feel sure, however, that they will still be interested 
in aiding us as we continue to preserve the History of Har¬ 
wich. 


Respectfully submitted, 

CORA D. CHASE, 1st Vice Chmn. 
HELEN D. MORGAN, 2nd Vice Chmn. 
ANNIE M. NICKERSON, Secretary 
RAYMOND H. GRAYSON, Legal Advisor 
ARCHILUS H. CAHOON 
DAVID TOBEY 
KATHLEEN SMITH 



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Report of Trustees of Caleb Chase Fund 


Town of Harwich, Massachusetts 
For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1978 


INTEREST AND DIVIDENDS 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co. $860.00 


The Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank 42.56 

Exxon Corporation 169.40 

The First National Boston Corporation 421.12 

General Electric Company 132.00 

Shawmut Associates, Inc. 119.00 

- $1,744.08 

Paid to Treasurer, Town of Harwich $1,744.08* 


including $618.94 remitted in July 1978 


SAVINGS ACCOUNT 

The Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank $724.48 

SECURITIES 

(Market Value June 30, 1978) 

200 shares American Telephone & Telegraph Co. $11,976.00 


44 shares Exxon Corporation 1,930.72 

224 shares First National Boston Corporation 6,469.12 

60 shares General Electric Company 3,030.00 

70 shares Shawmut Associates 2,205.00 


$25,610.84 


Respectfully submitted, 

LEROY W. LONG, Treasurer 
Trustees of Caleb Chase Fund 
Town of Harwich, Massachusetts 






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Trustees of Brooks Free Library 


The support of Brooks Free Library continues to grow 
with recognition from its patrons and from the state. We are 
pleased to announce a one year cooperative Federal Grant 
(Harwich, Brewster, Orleans, Eastham) in the amount of 
$1500.00 for legal reference books which are housed at our 
library. 

Highlights of 1978 included a certificate of registration 
presented to Brooks Free Library as a member of the National 
Register of Historic Places as part of the Harwich Historical 
District. Also, a joint article in the Town Warrant sponsored 
by the Harwich Women’s Club and Brooks Free Library Trust¬ 
ees for a burglar alarm system throughout the library which 
was unanimously accepted by the town’s voters. This system 
is in full operation and an asset to our library. 

The Trustees acknowledge with sincere gratitude me¬ 
morial gifts in the memory of Mary Staples Robbins, Judge 
Walter D. Allen, William E. Foley, and John & Isabelle Whit¬ 
ing. We are forever grateful to the Friends of Brooks Free 
Library for their Poetry Appreciation Mornings, their newly 
purchased collection of framed art prints for circulation, Sun¬ 
day afternoon Musical Programs, Lectures, Displays, Christ¬ 
mas Sale of homemade articles, Book sales, Home book de¬ 
livery services (with Friends of Albro House) for those un¬ 
able to visit our library, Projector screen for the Children’s 
room, and for being our constant support throughout the 
year. A special thanks also to the Harwich Garden Club for 
their original weekly floral arrangements adding a touch of 
beauty and warmth to our pleasant surroundings. We are 
very fortunate to have a very special person, Virginia Doane, 
as our Librarian. 

Due to a severe rain storm, damage caused a roof leak 
in the Doane Room and as a result the West Wing roof had 
to be reshingled. 

The Staff and Trustees attended several professional 
meetings during the year. Six regular meetings (first Wed¬ 
nesday of alternate months beginning in January) and one 
special meeting was held during the year. In accordance 
with town regulations, dates of these meetings were posted 



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in the Town Office. During 1978, the library was opened for 
40 hours weekly, plus an additional 2 hours on Sundays dur¬ 
ing January, February and March, staffed by volunteer help. 
The library building continues to be used by civic and pro¬ 
fessional groups for small meetings. 

We have had a rewarding year and look forward to pro¬ 
viding continued service to the people of Harwich. 

Respectfully submitted, 

MARIE B. COLLINS, Chairman 
EILEEN CAHOON 
KENNETH F. COULSON 
MARGUERITE G. FERREIRA 
FRANCES B. NESMITH 
CHARLOTTE P. SIMS 

Board of Library Trustees 


Librarian’s Report 


We feel that 1978 was another year of growth and in¬ 
creasing services to our community. It was always nice to 
welcome new patrons — around one thousand of them — in 
the past twelve months. Most exciting have been additions 
to our reference room, notably legal references and the Mas¬ 
sachusetts General Laws Annotated. 

Youngsters continue to use our facilities in large num¬ 
bers, including special class visits from many groups and 
more children doing individual projects. 

While wishing her all success in her writing, we regret 
that Lee Baldwin left us last June and we welcome Isabel 
Eldridge who has taken over some of Lee’s hours. The Friends 
of Brooks Free Library opened the library Sunday afternoons 
during January, February and March, while volunteers Helen 
Horan, Randy MacLachlan, Rose Donovan and Betty Dwyer 
have donated many hours of their time in various capacities 
during regular library hours. 

As of December 31, 1978, the number of books in the li¬ 
brary included 20,901 adult and 7,416 juvenile titles making a 
total of 28,317 books. 




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Circulation of library material during 1978 was as follows: 


Adult 

57,794 

Juveniles 

14,203 

Magazines 

5,963 

Pamphlets and Miscellany 

892 

Records 

1,079 


79,931 


Respectfully submitted, 

VIRGINIA S. DOANE 
Librarian 


Library Treasurer’s Report 


GEORGE W. NICKERSON FUND 
Principal—U.S. Savings Bond Series H $5,000.00 


Income 

Balance July 1, 1977 

Interest 

63.73 

304.02 


Payments 

367.75 

278.71 


Balance June 30, 1978 

$ 89.04 

Principal- 

HOWARD MITCHELL FUND 

-U.S. Treas. 8 y a % Note of 8/15/82 

Six year Term Deposit Cape Cod 

Five Cents Savings Bank 

On Deposit CCFCS Bank 

$13,000.00 

12,500.00 

1.31 

$25,501.31 

Income 

Balance July 1, 1977 

Interest 

135.97 

2,206.72 


Payments 

$ 2,342.69 
1,842.29 


Balance June 30, 1978 

$ 500.40 










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HERBERT MORSE FUND 

Principal—Six year Term Deposit Cape Cod 

Five Cents Savings Bank $1,000.00 

Income Balance July 1, 1977 78.49 

Interest 89.48 

167.97 

Payments 86.76 

Balance June 30, 1978 $ 81.21 

JOHN & ISABELLE WHITING FUND 

Principal—Six year Term Deposit Cape Cod 

Five Cents Savings Bank $2,500.00 

Income Balance July 1, 1977 492.84 

Interest 228.68 

721.52 

Payments 506.00 

Balance June 30, 1978 $ 215.52 

JOHN R. LYMAN FUND 

Principal—Six year Term Deposit Cape Cod 

Five Cents Savings Bank (including 


additional principal received December 


1977, $1,000.00) $6,145.00 

Income Balance July 1, 1977 395.24 

Interest 464.98 


860.22 

Payments 240.70 


Balance June 30, 1978 $ 619.52 

MARGARET G. HARDER FUND 

Principal—1056 Shares Mass. Investors Trust $10,137.60 

702 Shares Eastman Kodak 37,469.25 

28 Shares J. P. Morgan 1,246.00 

4 Shares Exxon 175.50 








Six year term Deposit Cape Cod 


Five Cents Savings Bank 2,170.85 

Market Value June 30, 1978 $51,199.20 

Income Balance July 1, 1977 2,919.67 

Interest & Dividends 2,511.83 

5,431.50 

Payments 244.35 

Balance June 30, 1978 $ 5,187.15 


Respectfully submitted, 

KENNETH F. COULSON, Treasurer 


Report of the Board of Appeals 


To the Honorable Board of Selectmen 
and the Citizens of Harwich: 

During the calendar year 1978, the Harwich Board of 
Appeals heard a total of forty-nine (49) petitions for relief. 
This represents a slight increase over 1977, when forty-six 
(46) petitions were considered. In 1976, the Board heard 
forty-eight (48) petitions. Over the past three (3) years, the 
workload of the Board has remained quite stable. 

In each of the forty-nine (49) petitions for 1978, a public 
hearing was held and an appropriate decision rendered. As 
of December 31, 1978, all work for the year had been com¬ 
pleted. 

Under the new zoning regulations of the Commonwealth 
of Massachusetts, the Board now has a membership of five (5) 
as compared to the previous seven (7) member Board. Public 
hearings by the Board are held on the last Tuesday of each 
month in the Hearing Room at Town Office. 

Respectfully submitted, 


JOHN L. ROCHE, Chairman 







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Harwich Council on Aging 


To the Honorable Board of Selectmen 
and the Citizens of Harwich: 

The number of Senior Citizens living in Harwich keeps 
growing. To effectively use the new philosophies and skills 
which these folk bring when they come to Harwich for retire¬ 
ment presents a challenge which your Council on Aging has 
wisely met. Your Council has not been content to simply 
maintain the status quo, it has become a leader with a real¬ 
istic approach to social concern for the Aging. 

Many very competent elderly have chosen Harwich for 
their retirement years. The Council’s approach is to make 
these years meaningful and rewarding ones for these folk by 
providing them the opportunity to go on using their abilities 
in ways which help others. For example, a competent regis¬ 
tered nurse twice a week checks blood pressures of folk who 
need this monitoring, counsels with them, and passes on to 
their doctors, for them, pertinent data. The service is free. 
The R.N. gives her time. In the same way a competent execu¬ 
tive schooled in health insurance helps folk to solve its intra- 
cacies. He also gives his time and the service is free. A co¬ 
operating non-profit group provide and maintain a deluxe 
shopping bus and competent elderly give their time daily to 
plan its door to door trips and to drive and serve as aides on 
the trips. The service is free for whose who have a need. 
There is a telephone “hot line” which provides all sorts of 
information. This is staffed by women volunteers who give 
their time. In connection with the Police Department we 
operate a service calling folk who live alone daily to be sure 
that they are O.K. The service is free, the callers give their 
time. We make the skills and abilities of our many compe¬ 
tent elderly a community resource. Retirees serve the Career 
Education Department of our Junior High School. Their ex¬ 
pertise is priceless but is given free to our young folk plan¬ 
ning their futures. 

An innovation this year along with our regular classes 
has been to pioneer in a class in lip reading. The Council 
continually studies trends and needs in the field of aging. 
We maintain contacts with national groups working in the 
area; currently we are conducting a survey of ways to have 



97 


better health. Soon you will be hearing about our “Share the 
Health Program”. 

We lead in the field of travel. The Harwich Wayfarers, 
an organization started by the Council and still affiliated 
with it runs guided tours to far away places, and naturally 
these trips are not free but the officers who run it are retirees 
who give their time free. 

We elderly help to keep the cost of government down by 
harnessing these folk with their abilities into a team. A 
Director and two helpers coordinate the services of other 
able persons. Their monetary compensation combined is less 
than that of one low paid clerk. With their dedication they 
epitomize the Council’s whole approach. Retired persons con¬ 
stitute about a half of the adult population of Harwich. We 
hope to merit the respect of all with our dignified approach to 
making Harwich an even better spot to live. 

Respectfully submitted, 

FRANK PERRY, JR., Chairman 
F. STEPHEN WESSELLS 
ELLEN CLARK 
NORMAN MASON 
ALBERTA CRABTREE 
CHARLOTTE MOREY 
BEATRICE J. MASON 


Report of the Plumbing Inspector 


Board of Health 
Town of Harwich 

I hereby submit my report as Plumbing Inspector for 
1978. 

Total of Permits Issued 352 

Turned into the Treasurer 

of the Town of Harwich $1,765.50 

Respectfully submitted, 

COURTENAY N. CHASE 
Plumbing Inspector 
Town of Harwich 




98 


Report of the Town Accountant 


To the Honorable Board of Selectmen 
and Citizens of the Town of Harwich: 

In accordance with Section 61 of Chapter 41, General 
Laws of the Commonwealth, I present the following state¬ 
ments for the past financial year, Fiscal Year ended June 30, 
1978: 

Receipts 

Appropriations and Expenditures 
Debt Accounts 
Changes in Debt Accounts 
Trust Funds 

My deep appreciation to the Selectmen, Treasurer, de¬ 
partment heads, Commissioners, committee members, Town 
employees and especially to Grace L. Hurst, Assistant to the 
Town Accountant and to Anne M. Grizey for their assistance 
and counsel during Fiscal 1978. 

Respectfully submitted, 

PHILIP T. SHERMAN 
Town Accountant 



99 


RECEIPTS 

For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1978 


Taxes: 

Current Year: 

Real Estate . 

Personal Property . 

Prior Years: 

Real Estate . 

Personal Property . 

Motor Vehicle & Trailer Excise: 

Current Year . 

Prior Years . 

Taxes in Litigation . 

Tax Title Redemptions . 


$ 4,213,528.45 
253,218.18 

- $ 4,466,746.63 


265,066.09 

10,737.30 

- 275,803.39 

215,687.92 

194,736.97 

- 410,424.89 

5,700.00 

3,266.51 


5,161,941.42 


Federal Revenue Sharing Fund Entitlements .... 247,320.00 

Federal Anti-Recession Funds . 188,165.00 


Federal Grants: 

Schools, Special Projects & Title Programs .. 138,762.49 

Economic Development Adm. Projects . 415,000.00 

- 553,762.49 


State Aid: 

Schools: 

General School Aid—Ch. 70 . $170,460.45 

Transportation Aid—Ch. 71 . 64,667.00 

Lunch Program Subsidy (includes 

H.S. Breakfast) . 64,796.40 

Construction . 91,163.49 

Special Needs . 302,193.00 

Other . 784.00 

- 694,064.34 


Reimb. for Loss of Taxes on State Property .. 19,729.71 

Local Aid Fund—Lottery . 13,897.40 

Libraries . 4,419.75 

Highway ....). 125,673.71 

Veterans Benefits . 28,945.65 

Other . 3,892.00 

- 890,622.56 

County Aid: 

Libraries—Dog License Refund . 1,491.14 

Court Fines . 3,938.00 

- 5,429.14 


Recoveries: 

School Accounts: 

Breakfast and Lunch Receipts .. 72,620.54 


Athletic Program Receipts . 1,011.41 

Needs Collaborative . 1,545.00 

Lost Books Ch. 88—1973 . 102.34 

Other . 3,316.61 


78,595.90 






































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Art. 57—1972 Land, 

John Joseph Road . 133.00 

Art. 46—1973 Land, Civic, Recreation 

or Educational Purposes . 14,900.00 

Art. 60—1976 Lease Beach Land .. 600.00 

Art. 8 STM 1/10/78 Acquire 

Surplus Property . 186.00 

Police Extra Duty Detail—Non Town . 21,795.70 

School Custodians Extra Duty Detail . 40.00 

Refund County Tax Assessment . 5,826.74 

Refund Johnson-Ulm Scholarship . 125.00 

Veterans Benefits . 11,859.55 

Group Life Insurance Dividend . 1,064.00 

Pensions—Other Towns . 2,537.41 

Water Dept. Electrical Damage . 675.83 

Harbor Ice Damage Insurance Proceeds . 2,114.68 

Other . 3,384.22 


Agency, Trust and Investment: 

Payroll Withholdings: 

Federal Withholding Taxes . 499,990.22 

State Withholding Taxes . 183,594.47 

County Retirement . 83,197.13 

Mass. Teachers Retirement . 115,935.98 

Blue Cross-Blue Shield . 125,547.20 

Other Group Insurance . 52,604.54 

Teachers Association Dues . 12,790.00 

School Custodian Dues .. 1,196.00 

Police Federation Dues . 2,363.08 

Firemens Association Dues 1,000.00 

Service Employees Union Dues 1,534.00 

-r 1,079,752.62 


Deposits on Plans and Bids . 43,734.54 

Golf Cart Rentals & Sales Tax Spec. Acct. 80,062.50 

County—Dog Licenses . 2,792.90 

Brooks Library Gifts . 100.00 

Ambulance Fund Gifts . 3,190.50 

Caleb Chase Charity Fund Income . 1,125.14 

Johnson-Ulm Scholarship Fund Income . 2,079.00 

Whitehouse Field Maintenance Fund Income 1,100.00 

Cemetery Perpetual Care Fund—Income . 26,190.03 

Check Tailings . 1,150.78 

Return of Cash Investment . 600,000.00 


Municipal Indebtedness: 

Tax Anticipation Loan . 298,492.08 

EDA Anticipation Loan ... 80,000.00 


Water Rates and Services 
Wharfage . 


Cranberry Valley Golf Course: 

Greens Fees . 182,619.00 

Memberships . 60,235.00 

Cart Rentals and Miscellaneous . 52,992.70 


143,838.03 


1,841,278.01 

378,492.08 

252,920.84 

86,203.77 


295,846.70 















































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Licenses, Permits and Fees: 

Licenses and Permits: 

Liquor Licenses . 11,850.00 

Hotel, Motel, Inn, etc. 280.00 

Business . 18.00 

Stable . 4.00 

Cable Television . 1,526.50 

Junk Collector & Junk Dealer.. 109.00 

Bowling Alley . 22.00 

Commercial Disp. Area Stickers 440.00 

Sunday Entertain. Licenses . 462.00 

Common Victualler Licenses . 72.00 

Bldg, and Sewerage Permits .... 8,938.00 

Bldg. Inspection Certificates . 4,774.00 

Plumbing Permits . 1,793.50 

Gas Permits .,. 687.50 

I.D. Photographs and Cards . 404.00 

Gun Permits . 1,290.00 

Firearm Dealer . 54.00 

Bicycle Registration . 22.75 

Shellfish Permits . 2,333.00 

Beach Stickers . 28,251.00 

Board of Appeals Permits . 1,225.00 

Planning Board Permits . 435.00 

Oleo . 2.00 

Raffle . 110.00 

Fire Inspection . 1,585.00 

M.V. Dealer Classes I, II, & III 35.00 

Misc. Licenses and Permits . 590.25 


Fees: 

Home Nursing Service . 23,528.02 

Town Nurse . 5,132.30 

Lien Certificate .*. 3,510.00 

Chattel Mortgage . 590.00 

Birth, Marriage and Death . 1,316.00 

Dog—W/H from County Fees .... 317.60 

Conservation Hearing . 752.50 

Fish and Game . 122.60 

Sealer of Weights & Measures .. 293.80 

Collector’s Charges & Fees . 2,300.00 

Police—Insurance . 1,617.50 

Map, Photocopy, etc. 894.38 

Recording Fees and Misc. 307.12 


Other Receipts: 

Interest on Savings, Invest, and Tax Accts. .. 

Interest on Fed. Rev. Sharing Deposits . 

Interest on Anti-Recession Fiscal 

Assistance Deposits . 

Schools . 

Cemetery Lot Sales . 

Library Fines ... 

Whitehouse Field Lights Reimbursement . 

Harwich Bicentennial Book Sales . 

Miscellaneous . 


67,313.50 


40,681.82 

- 107,995.32 


66,768.86 

6,834.72 

8,251.79 

8,366.43 

6,875.00 

207.16 

63.00 

1,401.50 

203.75 

- 98,972.21 


TOTAL RECEIPTS 


$10,252,787.57 




















































STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES 
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1978 


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Agency, Trust & Investment: 

Federal Withholding . $499,804.61 

State Withholding Taxes . 183,537.02 

County Retirement Withholdings . 72,890.36 

Blue Cross-Blue Shield Withholdings . 129,399.97 

Group Life Insurance Withholdings ... 8,734.66 

Group Ins.—Accidental Death—Fire, Police .. 490.50 

School—Horace Mann Educ. Withholdings .... 6,071.12 

Mass. Tchrs. Retire. Withholdings .... 102,151.38 

Capital Life Ins. Withholdings . 4,878.00 

Franklin Ins. Withholdings . 530.06 

Hartford Ins. Withholdings . 1,050.00 

Mass. Mutual Ins. Withholdings . 225.00 

Metropolitan Life Ins. Withholdings 56.00 

Occidental Ins. Withholdings . 3,600.00 

Prudential Life Ins. Withholdings .. 16,905.05 

Washington National Ins. Withhold. 3,218.51 

Custodian Dues Withholdings . 1,153.75 

Teachers Assoc. Dues Withholdings .. 12,640.00 

Permanent Firefighters Assoc. Dues Withheld 972.00 

Police Federation Dues Withheld . 2,313.17 

Service Employees (Water, Highway & Golf) 

Dues Withheld . 1,540.50 

Golf Cart Rentals and Mass. Sales Tax—Spec. 76,637.10 

Police—Extra Duty Details—Non-Town . 21,795.70 

School Custodians—Extra Duty Non-Town .. 40.00 

Insurance Proceeds, Harbor Ice Damage . 1,614.38 

Ins. Proceeds, Water Dept. Elec. Damage .... 675.83 

Dog Licenses . 742.00 

Ambulance Fund . 3,670.59> 

Pension—Other Towns . 4,470.42 

Caleb Chase Charity Fund Income . 141.65 

Johnson-Ulm Scholarship Fund Income . 2,274.00 

Cemetery Perpetual Care Fund Income . 2,679.06 

Whitehouse Field Maintenance Fund Income 1,100.00 

Investment of General Cash . 1,000,000.00 


School Grants & Revolving Funds: 

Title IV PL 93-380 ESEA Proj. 14-78— 

Individualized Instruction . 52,081.35 

Needs Collaborative Revolving Account . 1,545.00 

Title III PL 85-864 NDEA Educ. Curriculum 3,250.00 

Title I Projects 77-126-101 & 78-126-101 . 60,101.14 

Title IV Part B ESEA Ed. Curriculum 

Library Learning . 5,826.74 

Title IVB Project #78-126-95L Handicapped 

Secondary Students . 11,635.00 

Title VI Career Education Proj. E-177(d) & 

E-377(d) . 20,737.56 

Title VI Special Ed. Handicapped . 8,400.00 

High School Athletics Revolving Account . 748.12 

School Lunch Revolving Account . 140,820.74 


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State Assessments: 

Elderly Government Retiree Health Ins. 423.35 

State Recreation Areas .'. 65,109.88 

Mosquito Control . 28,177.00 

State Audit Municipal Accounts . 110.00 

Air Pollution . 751.56 

Motor Vehicle Excise Tax Bill Charge . 1,073.40 


County Assessments: 

County Tax Assessment . 282,662.31 

County Retirement System .. 131,379.54 


Municipal Indebtedness: 

Tax Anticipation Note . 298,492.08 

EDA Anticipation Loan . 80,000.00 


Judgments: 

Re: Construction Contract, E. H. Fire Sta. 1,257.61 

Re:. Land taking for Disposal Area 7,500.00 


EDA Grants (Federal): 

Red River Beach Project 01-51-20514 . 101,036.97 

Police Station Addition Proj. 01-51-26775 . 234,838.00 

Water Main Extension Project 01-51-26789 . 61,542.09 


Refunds: 

Personal Property Taxes . 1,132.67 

Real Estate Taxes . 11,013.36 

Motor Vehicle Excise Taxes . 6,409.05 

Interest on Taxes . 291.81 

Deposit on Plans & Bids, etc. 27,701.60 

Wharfage . 1,185.90 

Medicare Adjustment . 699.50 

Miscellaneous . 60.24 


Advances: 

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414,041.85 


378,492.08 


8,757.61 


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TOTAL OTHER ACCOUNTS . $3,817,917.08 

Summary of Disbursements: 

July 1, 1977 - June 30, 1978 

Budget Accounts Expenditures. $6,420,827.40 

Article Accounts Expenditures . 452,103.54 

Other Accounts Expenditures . 3,817,917.08 


TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS . $10,690,848.02 


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127 


Report of the Cemetery Commission 


Honorable Board of Selectmen 
Harwich, Mass. 

Regular meetings of the Cemetery Commission were held 
on the second Sunday of each month at 7:30 P.M. in the 
Police Station. 

Three projects mark our progress in 1978: an updated 
map of Mount Pleasant Cemetery, with the layout of 137 new 
lots; installation of the former Police Department garage in 
a wooded area of Mt. Pleasant Cemetery near Forest Street; 
and the new Veterans Memorial in the north end of Island 
Pond Cemetery. The garage is our first storage building for 
the pickup truck and mowers. 

After three years of development, the Veterans Memorial 
was dedicated on Veterans Day, November 11, 1978. This was 
a community event with several organizations and indi¬ 
viduals contributing. Harwich American Legion Post #292 
gave the lettering on the boulder, Harwich-Dennis Frank V. 
Inello VFW Post #8074 gave the bluestone bench and fur¬ 
nished the color guard at the dedication, the Harwich Garden 
Club gave the blue prince hollies, and the Junior Woman’s 
Club gave the planting behind the memorial. Planting was 
also donated by the Harwich American Legion Post #292 
Auxiliary. 

Several individuals contributed in various ways, including 
an architect, John Normile, A. I. A., of Ayer Lane, Harwich 
Port, who gave the design. He is a summer resident. About 
100 citizens gathered for the dedication, which was given by 
a Navy Chaplain, in an atmosphere of dignity and deep faith 
in our nation. 

There is a renewed interest in beautifying the lots and 
individual grave sites. Plants, small shrubs, and flowers 
decorate the cemeteries, and at Christmas there are many 
wreaths with bright ribbons. On Memorial Day flags and 
flag holders mark every known veteran. The Commission 
thanks lot owners for their cooperation in keeping the ceme¬ 
teries attractive. 

For his conscientious maintenance of the 13 cemeteries 
under town supervision the Cemetery Commission thanks 



128 


Joseph G. Baker. Also thanked are the Town Engineer and 
Highway Surveyor for their valuable cooperation. The Com¬ 
mission thanks the Selectmen for making the Police Depart¬ 
ment garage available. 

After eight years as Clerk of the Cemetery Commission, 
Mrs. Dorothy G. Thayer resigned December 31, 1977, and 
Mrs. Helen M. Higgins was appointed. 

Calendar 1978 saw 52 lots sold in Island Pond Cemetery 
and 4 in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, the most ever in one year. 
There has been an increase in the purchase of pre-need and 
cremation lots. 

In early 1975 the Cemetery Commission filed with the 
newly appointed Land Acquisition Advisory Board a two-page 
memorandum explaining the need of about 60 acres of town 
owned or private land for a new cemetery. There have been 
no meetings of the Board or reports since early 1975. Figures 
showing lot sales in the last ten years and lots now available 
in Island Pond Cemetery and the enlarged Mt. Pleasant 
Cemetery indicate a new cemetery, completely laid out and 
ready for use, is an absolute necessity by January 1, 1984. 
The Town has five years to obtain suitable land and develop 
it with roads, planting and layout of lots. In the near future 
the Town will be asked to appropriate funds for the new 
cemetery. 


Respectfully submitted, 

ROGER W. MUNSEY, Chairman 
RICHARD B. GREENMAN 
FORREST A. EATON, JR. 
HELEN M. HIGGINS, Clerk 
Harwich Cemetery Commission 


129 


Report of the Harwich Golf Commission 


To the Honorable Board of Selectmen 
and to the Citizens of the Town of Harwich: 

On June 30, 1978, the fourth year of operation at Cran¬ 
berry Valley Golf Course ended. In 1973, when the golf course 
was presented and approved by the townspeople, the for- 
casted cumulative profit at the end of four years was to be 
$14,000 in the red. But instead of this cumulative profit loss, 
we find today that our cumulative profit is a full $94,000 in 
the black. This means that our program is a full $108,000 
ahead of our forecast in 1973. For this, the Harwich Golf 
Commission, Frank Santos the Golf Course Superintendent, 
and Ken Diskin the Pro Shop Manager are to be compli¬ 
mented for a job well done. And we applaud them for their 
efforts. 

More specifically, the fourth year of operation financial 
summary is as follows: 


INCOME 


Membership Fees 

$68,115. 

Private Cart Storage 

800. 

Greens Fees 

182,619. 

Motor Carts 

43,825. 

Pull Carts 

3,705. 

Driving Range 

9,033. 

Snack Bar 

1 . 

Other 

320. 

TOTAL INCOME 

$308,418. 

EXPENSES 

Principal on Bond 

$40,000. 

Interest on Bond 

30,056. 

Salaries and Wages 

80,400. 

Overtime 

5,815. 

Expense 

85,786. 

Articles 

00,000. 

TOTAL EXPENSE 

$242,057. 





130 


Therefore, the profit, or as you will, the tax reducing 
factor is $66,361. In days of much controversy over reducing 
taxes, either a reduction of expenses or an increase of income 
(golf course profit) will have the same effect of reducing your 
taxes. 

And for Harwich today, a $66,361. profit means that our 
citizen-voted tax rate, for golfing or non-golfing taxpayers, 
is reduced by 53^. If the Cranberry Valley Principal and 
Interest on the Construction Bond were as low as the average 
at Dennis Pines and Bass River Golf Courses, our golf course 
would have made $126,500 profit, which would reduce the tax 
rate by just a shade over $1.00; so this is what is in store for 
us once our golf course construction bond is retired. 

Not only is our golf course run on a sound business-like 
and profitable basis, it has again been recognized as one of 
the best in the whole United States; and our residents play, 
without restriction, for a mere $100 per year; thus keeping 
every promise we ever made. 

It is our hope that the policies set by this original golf 
commission will be an example for all future golf commis¬ 
sions, and also a basis for judgment by our citizens; in order 
that our beautiful Cranberry Valley Golf Course will always 
be an asset to all the people of Harwich, golfer and non¬ 
golfer alike. 


Respectfully submitted, 

DAVID A. DeFERIE, D.D.S., Chairman 

JOHN C. COOMBS, Vice Chairman 

DONALD O. FERGUSON, Treasurer 

FREDERICK H. JONES 

JAMES G. MARCELINE 

JESSE J. MORGAN 

MILTON H. WELT 

MELBA T. INGRAM, Secretary 

KENNETH D. DISKIN, Pro Shop Manager 

FRANCIS L. SANTOS, Superintendent 


131 


Report of the Harwich Youth Commission 


To the Honorable Board of Selectmen 
and the Citizens of the Town of Harwich: 

In the summer of 1978 during the second year of its 
existence the Youth Commission was sorry to lose as a mem¬ 
ber Fr. James Nickel. Fr. Nickel left Harwich to serve a 
church in the Bahamas. The Selectmen appointed Lee Culver 
to the vacancy. Lee has had experience with the young peo¬ 
ple of this town in his capacity as a Boy Scout Leader. 

Roger MacNamara, Director of the Youth Center since 
July 1977, resigned from that position in November of 1978 
in order to move his family to Vermont. The Commission 
voted to appoint Michael O’Connor, then the Assistant Direc¬ 
tor of the Center, as the new Director. The Commission felt 
that Michael’s experience, both in Harwich and elsewhere in 
working with youth, his background in counseling and his 
many other talents qualified him for the job. Mike has been 
carrying on alone during our search for a new Assistant 
Director. 

With the disbanding of the American Legion Post, the 
upper story of the Youth Center Building in West Harwich 
should become available soon, providing much needed space 
to accommodate the expansion of the program at the Center 
to include a wider variety of activities such as crafts, hob¬ 
bies and films. It is the Commission’s hope that more and 
more young people of the town will be encouraged by their 
parents to take advantage of the Youth Center, not only as 
a place to relax, play games and socialize with friends but 
also as a place where help and advice may be sought when 
needed. 

The Youth Center recognizes that a transportation prob¬ 
lem exists and would like very much to be able to purchase 
a surplus van in which to transport young people to and from 
the Center. During the past year Monomoy Services has 
allowed the Center to use its van at a very low cost in order 
to transport groups to South Yarmouth on a regular basis to 
take part in a bowling program. Robert Joy has been gener¬ 
ous with a bus for off Cape trips but, due to new insurance 
regulations this will no longer be possible. 



132 


During the summer of 1978 both the Director, Roger Mac- 
Namara, and the Assistant Director, Mike O’Connor served as 
volunteer Little League coaches in addition to their duties at 
the Youth Center. Young people from the Center conducted 
fund raising activities in Cranberry Festival Week. They 
sponsored the bicycle race, sold peanuts during the parade 
(300 pounds!) and, most popular of all, helped to operate the 
“Dunking Booth” at Brooks Park. This highly successful ven¬ 
ture saw many public spirited citizens, town officers, school 
administrators and teachers take an extremely chilly dip as 
young and old alike paid to test their aim with a baseball. 
All these works were in the interest of raising money to in¬ 
stall a hard top basketball court at the back of the parking 
lot outside the Youth Center, In early December, thanks to 
the help of Highway Surveyor Albert Raneo and the M F. 
Roach Company of North Eastham, the area was prepared 
and the black top poured, completing the first step toward a 
finished, lighted basketball or street hockey court. Plans are 
now in progress for obtaining the necessary poles and lights 
for this project. The Youth Commission wishes to thank all 
those who have contributed time, labor and funds towards 
this valuable addition to the Center. 

The members of the Harwich Youth Commission are 
looking forward to a year of increased activity at the Center 
as well as in the community at large and each of us hopes 
for more participation by interested citizens and parents of 
the young people of the Town of Harwich. 

Respectfully submitted, 

CAROLYN G. CROWELL, Chairman 
SANDRA B. DANIELS, Secretary 
MARRIANE TODD, Treasurer 
WILLIAM F. GREENWOOD 
RUSTY MORRIS 
GERT PETERS 
LEE CULVER 


133 


Report of the Board of Health 


The Board of Health is requesting, through its Building 
Inspector’s budget, sufficient money to hire a summer assist¬ 
ant. This person would be a Public Health student qualified 
to conduct most of the restaurant inspections currently be¬ 
ing done by our Building Inspector and the County Sani¬ 
tarian. With an increasing workload caused by the State 
Building Code it is important to provide the Building In¬ 
spector with this assistance. 

During 1978 the Board issued new regulations to control 
the placing of materials such as wood chips, pine needles and 
bark mulch adjacent to the roads. This had become a prob¬ 
lem during periods of heavy rain. The material washes into 
and clogs the catch basins with resulting flooding problems. 
We believe adherence to these regulations will greatly im¬ 
prove the drainage situation along our roads. 

The Board also revised the Septage Regulations. These 
apply primarily to commercial carriers and will provide the 
Board with information it needs in order to determine areas 
of Harwich where potential sewerage problems may develop 
in the future. 

We wish to thank the many individuals, Boards and Com¬ 
mittees who have offered their assistance during the past 
year. 


Respectfully submitted, 

DONN B. GRIFFIN 
BARRY A. HEMEON 



134 


Report of the Public Health Nurse 


To the Honorable Board of Selectmen 
and Board of Health: 


Statistical report for the year 1978: 


Home Visits 
Office Visits 


1,753 

788 


Total Visits 


2,541 


In addition there were 640 Flu shots given to Harwich 
residents. The Flu clinic was attended by our Town Physi¬ 
cian, Dr. Carol A. Topolewski. 

Brooks Academy out-patient clinic is open every Wednes¬ 
day morning 9 a.m. to 12 noon. 

The Town nurses, Mary Scanned, R.N. and Katherine 
Kelly, R.N. are in attendance during these hours. This serv¬ 
ice is available to all citizens of the Town, regardless of age. 

Charlotte Morey, former Harwich Selectman, volunteers 
her services as receptionist at the Wednesday morning clinic. 

Mrs. Donald E. Hall, Secretary, is on duty week-days 9 
a.m. to 1 p.m. during which time you may call and leave 
messages. The phone number is 432-1307. 

During the year we have received contributions of various 
articles of medical equipment. These include wheel-chairs, 
walkers, commodes, canes, etc. 

These items are available for loan to any Harwich resi¬ 
dent. We suggest calling first, to assure the item needed is 
on hand. 

Our thanks and appreciation to the Board of Selectmen 
for their cooperation and assistance during the year. 


Respectively submitted, 


MARY SCANNELL, R.N. 




135 


Treasurer’s Report 


To the Honorable Board of Selectmen 
and the Citizens of the Town of Harwich: 

I hereby respectfully submit my Annual Report of the 
Town Treasurer for the Fiscal Year 1978: 

Balance July 1, 1977 $ 1,326,522.15 

Receipts 10,209,715.21 


Paid by Warrants 
Balance June 30, 1978 


$11,536,237.36 

$10,841,459.98 

694,777.38 


$11,536,237.36 

FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING FUND 

PL - 512 

$ 39,881.89 
203,978.45 
3,628.77 


$247,489.11 

Withdrawals $162,456.36 

Balance June 30, 1978 85,032.75 


$247,489.11 

FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING FUND 
— INCOME ACCOUNT — 

Balance July 1, 1977 
Deposits 


$236,700.00 


$103,200.00 

128,500.00 


Balance July 1, 1977 
Receipts: U.S. Government 
Interest earned 


Withdrawals $161,700.00 

Balance June 30, 1978 75,000.00 


$236,700.00 

ANTI-RECESSION FUND 
Balance July 1, 1977 


$ 85,450.48 









Interest earned 
Deposits 


136 


8,251.79 

267,027.07 


$360,729.34 

Withdrawals $121,098.87 

Balance June 30, 1978 239,630.47 


$360,729.34 

GENERAL CASH FUND 

Balance July 1, 1977 
Interest earned 


Withdrawals 
Balance June 30, 1978 


$26,306.64 


$20,000.00 

6,306.64 


$25,643.42 

663.22 


$26,306.64 


— INCOME ACCOUNT — 
Balance July 1, 1977 

Withdrawals $975,000.00 

Balance June 30, 1978 6,400.00 


$981,400.00 


$981,400.00 


TRUST AND ESCROW FUNDS — FISCAL YEAR 1978 
JOHNSON — ULM SCHOLARSHIP FUND 

Balance July 1, 1977 $35,742.10 

Interest earned 2,576.74 


$38,318.84 

Withdrawn for Scholarships $ 2,002.00 

Balance June 30, 1978 36,316.84 

$38,318.84 

BROOKS MEDAL FUND 

Balance July 1, 1977 
Interest earned 


$2,308.27 

148.08 


Balance June 30, 1978 


$2,456.35 


$2,456.35 










137 


STABILIZATION FUND 
Balance July 1, 1977 

Balance June 30, 1978 $5.65 

CONSERVATION FUND 

Balance July 1, 1977 
Interest earned 


$5.65 


$1,418.99 

124.53 


$1,543.52 

Balance June 30, 1978 $1,543.52 

PLANS AND BIDS ESCROW ACCOUNT 
Balance July 1, 1977 $30,339.55 


Deposited 


44,189.49 


$74,529.04 


Funds returned to various persons $27,701.60 
Balance June 30, 1978 46,827.44 


$74,529.04 

ARTICLE 46 — 1973 

In Benefit for former owners of Property 
acquired under this article 

Balance July 1, 1977 $17,389.33 

Interest earned 261.94 


$17,651.27 


Withdrawals 
Balance June 30, 1978 


$17,651.27 

0.00 

$17,651.27 


ARTICLE 57 — 1972 

In Benefit for former owners of Property 
acquired under this article 

Balance July 1, 1977 
Interest earned 


$193.87 

6.14 


$200.01 

Withdrawals 
Balance June 30, 1978 


$ 200.01 


$ 200.01 

0.00 










138 


WHITEHOUSE FIELD MAINTENANCE FUND 

Balance July 1, 1977 $10,098.45 

Interest earned 706.78 


$10,805.23 

Transferred to Whitehouse Field Maint. Fund — 

Income Account $ 305.24 

Balance June 30, 1978 10,499.99 


$10,805.23 

WHITEHOUSE FIELD MAINTENANCE FUND 
— INCOME ACCOUNT — 

Balance July 1, 1977 $ 807.89 

Interest earned 23.88 

Deposited by transfer from Whitehouse 
Field Maint. Fund 305.24 


$1,137.01 

Withdrawals $1,100.00 

Balance June 30, 1978 37.01 


$1,137.01 

CEMETERY PERPETUAL CARE FUNDS 

At the request of the State Auditors and Town Accountant 
and with permission granted by the Bureau of Accounts, the 
Cemetery Perpetual Care Funds were consolidated during the 
year 1978. 

Balance June 30, 1977 $101,172.89 

Interest Income (including $241.16 from 
George M. Chase Account) 2,474.64 

103,647.53 

Interest Expended 1,125.50 


Balance February 23, 1978 at transfer of funds $102,522.03 










139 


Bequests of $500.00 or less — general care only 
Consolidated Accounts 

Principal $35,660.73 

Accrued Interest 17,698.09 $53,358.82 


Bequests over $500.00 and/or other than 
general care only 

Principal 13,068.17 

Accrued Interest 4,352.75 17,420.92 


Mt. Pleasant Special 90 day Account — Principal 27,250.00 
Mt. Pleasant Income Account 4,492.29 


102,522.03 

Interest credited February 23, 1978 — June 30, 1978 
(including $244.57 from George M. Chase 
Account) 3,325.50 


Balance June 30, 1978 $105,847.53 


Balance June 30, 1978: 

Consolidated Bequests Account — Principal $35,660.73 
Individual Accounts including $451.35 interest 

credited since February 23, 1978 17,872.27 

Mt. Pleasant 90 day Account — Principal 27,250.00 

Income Account 25,064.53 


$105,847.53 

Income Account transferred to Perpetual Care 

Income (General Cash) 25,064.53 


Perpetual Care Trust Fund Balance June 30, 1978 $80,783.00 


Records showing the break-down of the above Cemetery 
Perpetual Care Funds may be seen at the office of the 
Town Treasurer. 














140 


Town Clerk’s Report 


To the Honorable Board of Selectmen 
and to the Citizens of the Town of Harwich: 

I hereby respectfully submit my Annual Report of the 
Town Clerk for Fiscal Year 1978. 


1977 DOG LICENSES 
Sold In Fiscal 1978 


111 

Males 

@ 

$3.00 

$333.00 

30 

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@ 

6.00 

180.00 

71 

Spayed Females 

@ 

3.00 

213.00 

1 

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25.00 

25.00 

2 

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@ 

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$ 751.50 


1978 DOG LICENSES 
Sold In Fiscal 1978 


368 

Males 

@ 

$3.00 

$1,104.00 

51 

Females 

@ 

6.00 

306.00 

268 

Spayed Females 

@ 

3.00 

804.00 

2 

Kennels 

@ 

10.00 

20.00 

3 

Kennels 

@ 

25.00 

75.00 

1 

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@ 

50.00 

50.00 


$2,359.00 


Fees Withheld and Deposited with 

Town Treasurer $3,110.50 


213 

1977 

Licenses 

@ 

.35 

$ 74.55 


2 

1977 

Transfers 

@ 

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.50 

$ 75.05 

693 

1978 

Licenses 

@ 

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242.55 


Payments to County Treasurer 


$ 317.60 
$2,792.90 








141 


1977 FISHING, HUNTING, SPORTING AND TRAPPING 
LICENSES SOLD IN FISCAL 1978 


22 

Resident Citizen Fishing 

@ 

$8.25 

$181.50 

114 

Resident Citizen Hunting 

© 

8.25 

940.50 

2 

Resident Citizen Sporting 

© 

13.50 

27.00 

6 

13 

Non-Resident Citizen Fishing 
Special Non-Resident Citizen 

@ 

14.25 

85.50 


Fishing 

© 

8.25 

107.25 

2 

Non-Resident Citizen Hunting 

© 

20.25 

40.50 

1 

Resident Citizen Trapping 

@ 

11.50 

11.50 

5 

13 

1 

Duplicates 

Resident Citizen Sporting (Free) 
(Over 70 years of age) 
Resident Citizen Fishing (Free) 
(Over 70 years of age) 

© 

1.00 

5.00 

6 

Archery Stamps 

© 

5.10 

30.60 

81 

Waterfowl Stamps 

@ 

1.25 

101.25 

$1,530.60 


1978 FISHING, HUNTING, SPORTING AND TRAPPING 
LICENSES SOLD IN FISCAL 1978 


136 

Resident Citizen Fishing 

@ 

$8.25 

$1,122.00 

19 

Resident Citizen Hunting 

@ 

8.25 

156.75 

56 

Resident Citizen Sporting 

© 

13.50 

756.00 

7 

Resident Citizen Minor Fishing 

© 

6.25 

43.75 

11 

Non-Resident Citizen Fishing 

@ 

14.25 

156.75 

7 

Special Non-Resident Citizen 
Fishing 

© 

8.25 

57.75 

1 

Resident Citizen Minor Trapping 

© 

6.25 

6.25 

2 

Resident Citizen Trapping 

@ 

11.50 

23.00 

Tt< 00 

oo 

Resident Citizen Sporting (Free) 
(Over 70 years of age) 
Waterfowl Stamps 

© 

1.25 

10.00 


$2,332.25 


$3,862.85 

Fees Withheld and Deposited with Town Treasurer: 

241 1977 Licenses @ .25 $ 60.25 





142 


6 1977 Archery Stamps 

247 1978 Licenses 


.10 

.25 


Payments to Commonwealth of Massachusetts— 
Division of Fisheries and Wildlife 


FEES COLLECTED 
Fiscal Year 1978 


Marriage Intentions 

$ 296.00 

Copies of Birth Certificates 

213.00 

Copies of Death Certificates 

594.00 

Copies of Marriage Certificates 

213.00 

Chattel Mortgages (Recording and 
Discharging Fees) 

590.00 

Board of Appeals Petitions for 

Public Hearing 

$1,225.00 

Planning Board Applications for 
Subdivisions 

364.00 

Planning Board Applications for 
Approval Not Required 

71.00 

New Business Certificates 

18.00 

Renewals of Certificates of 

Registration for Storage and 

Sale of Inflammables 

11.00 

Renewal of Registration as 

Dealer in Oleomargarine 

2.00 

Raffle Permits 

110.00 

Filing Lien Statements 

5.00 

Photocopies 

26.65 

Street Listings 

25.90 


.60 

61.75 


$ 122.60 


$3,740.25 


$1,906.00 


$1,858.55 


Turned over to Town Treasurer 


$3,764.55 







BIRTHS REGISTERED IN THE TOWN OF HARWICH — 1978 


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157 


DEATHS REGISTERED IN THE TOWN OF HARWICH 


Date Names 

Age 

Place of Death 

January 



5 

Mary Harrington Emerson Laidlaw 




(a/k/a Isabel) 

81 

Harwich, Mass. 

6 

Dora MacGillivary 

88 

Barnstable, Mass. 

7 

Susan Walker (Crosby) 

86 

Barnstable, Mass. 

8 

Charles A. Canty 

61 

Barnstable, Mass. 

12 

Pauline Leary (Long) 

69 

Harwich, Mass. 

13 

Robert L. Parr 

46 

Barnstable, Mass. 

14 

Gordon R. Eldredge 

50 

Barnstable, Mass. 

22 

Frances W. Abbott (Rafuse) 

70 

Harwich, Mass. 

28 

Philip M. Almeida 

73 

Barnstable, Mass. 

28 

Victor N. Churchey 

63 

Barnstable, Mass. 

30 

Margaret E. Warren 

64 

Harwich, Mass. 

February 



2 

Lucy A. Lockhart 

72 

Barnstable, Mass. 

3 

Hazel Elizabeth Forest (Aldrich) 

71 

Barnstable, Mass. 

5 

Josephine F. Gray (Bassett) 

70 

Norfolk, Mass. 

7 

Dorothy Susan Davis (Merrill) 

86 

Harwich, Mass. 

8 

Ruth W. Myers (Robinson) 

85 

Brewster, Mass. 

11 

Gertrude Ellis (Kelley) 

85 

Barnstable, Mass. 

12 

Joseph A. Beattie 

82 

Barnstable, Mass. 

12 

Eugene H. Clark, Jr. 

52 

Barnstable, Mass. 

14 

Lillian Connor (Fitzpatrick) 

81 

Harwich, Mass. 

14 

Marie A. L. Manz (Hennion) 

72 

Harwich, Mass. 

14 

Georgia Louise Jennings 




(Houghton) 

97 

Ayer, Mass. 

16 

Angelo C. Haidas 

76 

Boston, Mass. 

19 

Bonnie R. Kelley (Mosher) 

26 

Falmouth, Mass. 

20 

Amy H. Orchard (Hunter) 

85 

Brewster, Mass. 

21 

John C. Nicodemus 

79 

Harwich, Mass. 

22 

Paul Russell James 

80 

Bourne, Mass. 

23 

Royal Arthur Jones 

74 

Harwich, Mass. 

March 



3 

Elizabeth Lowe McFarlane 


Harwich, Mass. 


(Adamson) 

78 


4 

Gilbert E. Weeks 

69 

Barnstable, Mass. 

11 

J. Waldo Myers 

87 

Barnstable, Mass. 

16 

Bertha Dutch (Jaye) 

67 

Barnstable, Mass. 

17 

Theodore E. Koerner 

87 

Barnstable, Mass. 

19 

Gladys N. Young (Nickerson) 

90 

Harwich, Mass. 

20 

Linnie R. Young (Eldredge) 

75 

Harwich, Mass. 

22 

Georgia Kalliavas (Karabatsos) 

66 

Cambridge, Mass. 

24 

Alicia V. Homer (Crowell) 

84 

Harwich, Mass. 

April 



1 

Laura Lindstrom (Carpenter) 

77 

Barnstable, Mass. 

8 

Brenda Snow 

6 

Barnstable, Mass. 

10 

Richard T. Wales 

68 

Boston, Mass. 

20 

Harry B. McCormick, Jr. 

81 

Fall River, Mass. 

26 

Edyth Reynolds (Speer) 

72 

Brewster, Mass. 









158 


Deaths—Continued 


Date Names 

Age 

Place of Death 

May 

2 Dagmar Novotny 

77 

Mashpee, Mass 

3 

Martha Brett (Stevens) 

87 

Orleans, Mass. 

5 

Marshall E. Wilcox 

78 

Brockton, Mass. 

5 

Eddis Nye (Beckley) 

78 

Barnstable, Mass. 

11 

Emilienne Marguerite Pelletier 

(James) 

63 

Harwich, Mass. 

12 

Herbert C. Moran 

84 

Barnstable, Mass. 

16 

Walter D. Allen 

82 

Barnstable, Mass. 

16 

Ralph E. Leach 

74 

Barnstable, Mass. 

18 

Floris Trowbridge (Leighton) 

92 

Barnstable, Mass. 

27 

Barbara Elliott (Anderson) 

48 

Barnstable, Mass. 

June 

1 David Whiting, Jr. 

72 

New Bedford, Mass. 

4 

Ruth Donoghue (Moriarty) 

73 

Harwich, Mass. 

7 

John Baptista 

80 

Barnstable, Mass. 

11 

Elsie J. Rieger (Pieken) 

79 

Barnstable, Mass. 

21 

Dwayne J. Ennes 

16 

Barnstable, Mass. 

26 

Dorothy Thoumine (Mickle) 

72 

Barnstable, Mass. 

26 

Davil Maguire 

62 

Barnstable, Mass. 

27 

Susannah Barber (Bates) 

86 

Barnstable, Mass. 

30 

Evelyn L. Swanson (Newman) 

54 

Harwich, Mass. 

July 

3 Thomas P. Higgins 

19 

Wells, Maine 

6 

Helen White (Sexton) 

79 

Brewster, Mass. 

12 

Nathan Bourne Ellis Hartford, Jr. 

89 

Harwich, Mass. 

12 

Dorothy E. Dracut (Munro) 

66 

Barnstable, Mass. 

14 

William F. Kane 

60 

Harwich, Mass. 

17 

Muriel Small 

58 

Boston, Mass. 

18 

Claire M. Stenberg (McAuliffe) 

69 

Harwich, Mass. 

21 

Alfred E. Erickson 

72 

Harwich, Mass. 

26 

Thomas J. Flavin 

69 

Barnstable, Mass. 

29 

Stella M. O’Brien (Ellis) 

72 

Barnstable, Mass. 

August 

(About 1) Allen T. Boyle 

49 

Harwich, Mass. 

1 

Mary Howe (Nichols) 

54 

Harwich, Mass. 

3 

Lucy Higgins (McKenney) 

65 

Harwich, Mass. 

11 

Lydia Copenhaver Middleton 

84 

Barnstable, Mass. 

11 

Helen Lilly (Vincent) 

79 

Barnstable, Mass. 

14 

Joel L. Ramos 

79 

Bourne, Mass. 

16 

D’Arcy Clyde Robbins 

58 

Barnstable, Mass. 

21 

William Henry Prodgers 

90 

Harwich, Mass. 

23 

Richard F. Clark 

76 

Barnstable, Mass. 

24 

Amy Ladd (Morse) 

91 

Greenfield, Mass. 

30 

Clinton J. VanEtten 

94 

Brewster, Mass. 

30 

Donna M. Rasmusen (Billadeau) 

21 

Harwich, Mass. 

September 

2 Delores M. Lubke (Kosski) 

46 

Harwich, Mass. 


(a/k/a Deloris Koseski) 






159 


Deaths —Continued 


Date Names 


Age Place of Death 


September 


2 

Mary L. O’Rielly (Gardner) 

79 

Barnstable, Mass. 

12 

Mary Carvalho (Scammell) 

43 

Boston, Mass. 

14 

Pearl I. Eaton (Kettell) 

85 

Barnstable, Mass. 

19 

Douglas L. Forbes 

73 

Barnstable, Mass. 

24 

Arthur F. McClean 

78 

Barnstable, Mass. 

October 



2 

John L. Hepperle 

69 

Barnstable, Mass. 

4 

Joseph William Cahoon 

62 

Barnstable, Mass. 

10 

James Alexander Bonatt 

54 

Boston, Mass. 

13 

Ann Theresa Donoghue 

81 

Harwich, Mass. 

16 

May E. Tribou (Parry) 

77 

Weymouth, Mass. 

24 

Bertha K. Bearse (Holmes) 

74 

Barnstable, Mass. 

26 

Oscar J. Carlson 

82 

Brewster, Mass. 

26 

Nathaniel E. Freeman 1 

month 

Boston, Mass. 

28 

Louise Salome Chase (Walker) 

83 

Brewster, Mass. 

November 



1 

Nancy Adelaide Coleman (Lyon) 

82 

Harwich, Mass. 

3 

Lawrence R. Rowell 

68 

Barnstable, Mass. 

5 

William E. Foley 

63 

Harwich, Mass. 

7 

Edward L. Shropshire 

76 

Harwich, Mass. 

10 

Warren A. Mazanec 

49 

Barnstable, Mass. 

14 

Marjorie Davidson (Shaw) 

78 

Barnstable, Mass. 

27 

William H. Wells 

82 

Harwich, Mass. 

29 

Elizabeth Cornwall Clark 

84 

Harwich, Mass. 

December 



14 

Donald Murray Smith 

67 

Norfolk, Mass. 

17 

Helen L. Bosworth (Corbett) 

80 

Barnstable, Mass. 

18 

Warren F. Breslin 

69 

Barnstable, Mass. 

22 

Walter Emmett Quist 

67 

Harwich, Mass. 

26 

John Ernest Fratus 

76 

Harwich, Mass. 

26 

Charlotte Scott (Johnstone) 

91 

Barnstable, Mass. 

28 

James M. Greer 

62 

Harwich, Mass. 

30 

Mary J. Walsh 

64 

Harwich, Mass. 

31 

Jessie Shutz (Stewart) 

90 

Barnstable, Mass. 

31 

Clayton Lloyd Hawkridge 2 

hours 

Falmouth, Mass. 





160 


DELAYED RETURNS — 1977 


Date Name Age Place of Death 


December 


14 Caroline B. Kaveny (Beatty) 

67 

Boston, Mass. 

19 Bernice Lopes 

73 

Boston, Mass. 

23 Samuel Balmer, Sr. 

25 

Boston, Mass. 

27 Herbert W. Truedson 

59 

Boston, Mass. 

BROUGHT TO HARWICH FOR INTERMENT — 1978 

Date Name 

Age 

Interment 

January 

17 Eleanor Jane Rogers 

50 

Island Pond Cemetery 

February 



5 Mabel L. Rose (Pierce) 

87 

Pine Grove Cemetery 

7 Ada M. Lee 

86 

Pine Grove Cemetery 

9 Freeman E. Bradbury 


Island Pond Cemetery 

18 Marcus Leonard Fernandes 1 

month 

Island Pond Cemetery 

March 



4 James T. Chetwynd 

58 

Island Pond Cemetery 

10 Annie Rigby 

84 

Mt. Pleasant Cemetery 

April 

27 Harold F. Eldredge 

62 

Island Pond Cemetery 

29 Dale Wheaton Mazzur 

26 


May 

23 Viola May Doane 

89 

North Harwich Cemetery 

30 Edwin Alves 

68 

Island Pond Cemetery 

June 

20 Danielle Kelley Ryder 2 

hours 

Pine Grove Cemetery 

July 



2 Wallace Cotell 

75 

Kelley Street Cemetery 

7 Katherine Brayn Seeley 

84 

Mt. Pleasant Cemetery 

11 Sara Pike 

3 

Island Pond Cemetery 

31 Bernard L. Gore, Sr. 


Island Pond Cemetery 

August 

22 Howard W. Arnold 

52 

Mt. Pleasant Cemetery 

September 



1 Alice E. Eldredge 

28 Gladyce Dorothea Young 

79 

Mt. Pleasant Cemetery 

(Weekes) 

89 

South Harwich Cemetery 







November 

23 Ora M. Joseph 


161 


90 Mt. Pleasant Cemetery 

December 

8 Estelle Winthrop (Ashley) 85 Pine Grove Cemetery 

BROUGHT TO HARWICH FOR INTERMENT — 1978 


Date Name Age Interment 


May 12, 1968 Madeline Smith 65 Island Pond Cemetery 





162 


Jury List 


Name and Address 


Occupation 


Allen, Jo Anne Sales Clerk 

111 Sisson Road, Harwich Port 

Allen, Philip M. Retired 

150 Bank Street, Harwich Port 

Anderson, Constance Homemaker 

322 Lower County Road, Harwich Port 

Andrews, Clyde V. Retired 

19 Leslie Lane, Harwich Port 

Arsenault, Doreen S. Assistant Dining Room Manager 

30 Pleasant Road, West Harwich 

Athy, James Public Relations President 

66 Neel Road, Harwich Port 


Barrows, Julio 

Main Street, Harwich 

Bates, Donald T. 

Punkorn Road, Harwich 

Bobp, Nellie A. 

66 Chase Street, West Harwich 

Borden, Martha A. 

133 Headwaters Drive, Harwich 

Bosworth, Charles B. 

6A off Park Street, Harwich Port 

Bottiggi, Stephen P. 

53 Gull Way, South Harwich 
Callahan, G. Mary 

88 Deep Hole Road, South Harwich 
Clark, Howard E. 

119 Deep Hole Road, South Harwich 

Clark, Norman M. 

26 Wyndemere Bluffs Road, Harwich Port 


Custodian 
Retired 
Retired 
Gift Shop Manager 
Retired 

Golf Course Mechanic 
Housewife 
Retired Banker 
Retired 


Coleman, Mark 

Forest Street, Harwich 
Corbett, Charles H. 

off John Joseph’s Road, Harwich 

Corkum, Charles, Sr. 

Ill Miles Street, Harwich Port 

Cutler, Gertrude P. 

Lower County Road, Harwich Port 

Derby, Dean 

460A Main Street, Harwich Port 

Douglas, John S. 

23 Hillcrest Drive, Harwich 

Dowd, Rita 

30 Hoyt Road, Harwich Port 


Landscape Contractor 
Retired 
Painting Contractor 
Financial Secretary 
Salesman 
Retired 

Senior Clerk, Receptionist 


Downing, William K., Jr. Church Sexton & Clerk, Hardware Store 

18 Tody Bole Lane, Harwich 

Duffy, Lawrence J. Retired 

47 Depot Road, West Harwich 



163 


Name and Address 

Eldredge, Barbara J. 

473 Pleasant Lake Avenue, Harwich 

Emery, Harry D. 

Pleasant Lake Avenue, Harwich 

Evers, Ruth 

24 Williamsburg Avenue, East Harwich 

Ferguson, Donald O. 

620 Main Street, Harwich Port 

Foster, Frank 

Orleans Road, Harwich 

Garofalo, Catherine 

Box 404, South Harwich 

Giannelli, Frederick E., Jr. 

Main Street, Harwich 

Goodwin, John J. 

Kent Road, South Harwich 

Gould, Donald S. 

144 Church Street, East Harwich 

Hammond, Philip 

Driftwood Lane, South Harwich 

Hayes, Arthur C. 

78 Bank Street, Harwich Port 

Harrison, Frank E. 

Moody Road, Harwich Port 

Healy, Clyde Lawrence 

Beriah Brooks Road, Harwich 

Houghton, Christie 

Forest Street, Harwich 

Hoyt, Herbert E. 

Old Colony Road, Harwich 

Jensen, Gilbert A. 

Bank Street, Harwich 

Kerin, Edward J. 

21 Elm Drive, East Harwich 

Kinum, Katherine C. 

37 Glenwood Drive, Harwich 

Leavitt, Robert 

65 Lovers Lane, Harwich 

Leary, Barbara 

Arbutus Avenue, West Harwich 
Long, Sandra 

133 Bank Street, Harwich Port 
Marceline, Nida 

304 Pleasant Lake Avenue, Harwich 

Marsh, Philip M. 

7 South Street, Harwich Port 

McBride, James P. 

2 Connecticut Avenue, East Harwich 

Mellen, Susan C. 

862 Orleans Road, Harwich 

Mildrum, Ruth H. 

6 Grassy Pond Road, Harwich Port 


Occupation 

Chambermaid 

Mail Handler 
Housewife 
Retired 
Retired 
Retired 
Labor Foreman 
Retired 

Truck Driver/Delivery Man 
Real Estate Broker 
Retired Engineer 
Manager-Salvage Yard 
Retired 
Bank Teller 
Retired 
Retired 
Retired 
Housewife 
Self employed carpenter 
Retail Sales 
Housewife 
Meatwrapper 
Owner, Antiques Business 
Real Estate Broker 
Freelance Writer 
Unemployed 


164 


Name and Address 


Occupation 


Nicodemus, Caroline A. 

163 Gorham Road, Harwich Port 

O’Brien, Helen L. 

8 Ellen’s Way, Harwich 

O’Grady, William 

Captain’s Lane, Harwich 

Paine, Elizabeth B. 

24 Pilgrim Road, Harwich Port 

Perry, Willard P. 

34 Nor’East Drive, East Harwich 

Roche, Angela 

67 Cottonwood Road, Harwich 

Roderick, Anna 

511 Queen Anne Road, Harwich 

Salini, Frances A. 

7 Meadow Lane, Harwich 

Scannell, Amey A. 

608 Depot Street, North Harwich 


Widow at home 
Retired 
Retired 
Owner-Guest House 
Retired 
Retired Bookkeeper 
Self employed-Domestic 
Retired Secretary 
Head Cashier 


Small, Frances A. Retired 

Jesse Eldredge Road, South Harwich 
Smith, Patti 

51 Parallel Street, Harwich 

Sperber, Doris W. 

116 Pleasant Road, West Harwich 

Squires, Mildred 

74 Clearwater Drive, Harwich 

Stanford, H. Donald 

22 Leslie Lane, Harwich Port 

Stewart, Marcia 

15 Cross Street, Harwich Port 

Sweed, Ernest B. Retired 

29 Surrey Lane, Harwich 

Sweed, Winifred Housewife 

29 Surrey Lane, Harwich 

Tagliaferri, Lillian Housewife & Self employed Real Estate 

36 Deep Hole Road, Harwich Port 

Tambolleo, John L. Insulation Installer 

Depot Street, North Harwich 

Taylor, James M. Owner-Manager, Blue Anchor Resort 

11 Shore Road, West Harwich 

Thomson, Catherine D. Part-time Salesman & Part-time Student 

Old Mill Road, Harwich Port 

Tubman, H. Allan 

26 Charles Road, South Harwich 

Tubman, Ruth C. 

26 Charles Road, South Harwich 

Verrill, Charles O. 

627 Main Street, Harwich 

Wales, Ruth D. 

244 Lower County Road, Harwich Port 

Warmington, Raymond C. Retired 

298 Lower County Road, Harwich Port 


Retired 

Retired 

Retired 

Unemployed 


Owner, Antique Shop 
Housewife 
Housewife 
Retired Building Inspector 

Housewife 


165 


Name and Address 


Occupation 


Wells, Arthur M. Retired 

127 Belmont Road, West Harwich 

Welt, Barbara M. Housewife 

27 Red River Road, South Harwich 

Woelfel, Joan Housewife 

Allen Harbor Lane, Harwich Port 

Woolley, Pauline Self employed, Harwich Port Dairy Queen 

Cornerwood Drive, Harwich 

Zalesak, Cynthia Housewife 

7 Leavitt Lane, Harwich Port 


NAMES DRAWN FOR JURY DUTY 1978 

Under the direction of Gordon R. Eldredge, Town Clerk, 
the Selectmen of the Town of Harwich, Haden G. Green- 
halgh and Barry A. Hemeon, in the presence of Charles S. 
Hartig, Deputy Sheriff, drew the following names to serve on 
the jury: 

Drawing of Jurors — Friday, December 9, 1977 
Traverse Jury — Tuesday, January 3,1978 

Ruth G. Tubman . 26 Charles Road, South Harwich 

Ernest Sweed . 29 Surrey Lane, Harwich 

Joan Woelfel .Allen’s Harbor Lane, Harwich Port 

Under the direction of Ruth B. Ericson, Adm. Ass’t., the 
Selectmen of the Town of Harwich, Haden G. Greenhalgh 
and Barry A. Hemeon, in the presence of Charles S. Hartig, 
Deputy Sheriff, drew the following names to serve on the 
jury: 

Drawing of Jurors — Monday, January 9, 1978 
Traverse Jury — Monday, February 6,1978 

John J. Goodwin . Kent Road, South Harwich 

Lillian Tagliaferri . 36 Deep Hole Road, Harwich Port 

Under the direction of Alice H. Stanford, Temporary 
Town Clerk, the Selectmen of the Town of Harwich, Donn B. 
Griffin, Haden G. Greenhalgh and Barry A. Hemeon, in the 
presence of Charles S. Hartig, Deputy Sheriff, drew the follow¬ 
ing names to serve on the jury: 

Drawing of Jurors — Monday, March 6,1978 
Grand Jury — Monday, April 3,1978 


Catherine Garofalo . Seahorse Road, South Harwich 

Christina Houghton . Forest Street, Harwich 

William G. O’Grady .7 Captain’s Lane, Harwich 











166 


Traverse Jury — Monday, April 3,1978 


Cynthia Zalesak . 4 Leavitt Lane, Harwich Port 

Frank D. Foster. 800 Orleans Road, Harwich 

H. Donald Stanford.22 Leslie Lane, Harwich Port 


Under the direction of Alice H. Stanford, Temporary 
Town Clerk, the Selectmen of the Town of Harwich, Donn B. 
Griffin and Barry A. Hemeon, in the presence of Charles S. 
Hartig, Deputy Sheriff, drew the following names to serve on 
the jury: 

Drawing of Jurors — Thursday, April 13,1978 
Traverse Jury — Tuesday, May 2,1978 


Charles O. Verrill .7 Surrey Lane, Harwich 

Ruth B. Evers . 24 Williamsburg Avenue, East Harwich 


Under the direction of Ruth B. Ericson, Town Clerk, the 
Selectmen of the Town of Harwich, Haden G. Greenhalgh 
and Barry A. Hemeon, in the presence of Charles S. Hartig, 
Deputy Sheriff, drew the following names to serve on the 
jury: 


Drawing of Jurors — Monday, August 14,1978 
Traverse Jury — Monday, September 18,1978 

Helen O’Brien . Ellen’s Way, Harwich 

Raymond Warmington . 298 Lower County Road, 

Harwich Port 

Arthur Wells . 128 Belmont Road, West Harwich 

Under the direction of Ruth B. Ericson, Town Clerk, the 
Selectmen of the Town of Harwich, Donn B. Griffin and 
Barry A. Hemeon, in the presence of Charles S. Hartig and 
William Higgins, Deputy Sheriffs, drew the following name 
to serve on the jury: 

Drawing of Jurors — Wednesday, October 18,1978 
Traverse Jury — Monday, November 6, 1978 

Elizabeth Paine . Pilgrim Road, Harwich Port 

Under the direction of Ruth B. Ericson, Town Clerk, the 
Selectmen of the Town of Harwich, Donn B. Griffin and 
Barry A. Hemeon, in the presence of Charles S. Hartig, Dep¬ 
uty Sheriff, drew the following names to serve on the jury: 











167 


Drawing of Jurors — Monday, November 13,1978 
Traverse Jury — Monday, December 4,1978 


Sandra Long . Bank Street, Harwich Port 

Gilbert Jensen . Bank Street, Harwich 


Constance R. Anderson . 322 Lower County Road, 

Harwich Port 

Under the direction of Ruth B. Ericson, Town Clerk, the 
Selectmen of the Town of Harwich, Donn B. Griffin and 
Barry A. Hemeon, in the presence of Charles S. Hartig, Dep¬ 
uty Sheriff, drew the following names to serve on the jury: 

Drawing of Jurors — Tuesday, November 21,1978 
Traverse Jury — Tuesday, January 2,1979 


Frances Salini .. 7 Meadow Lane, Harwich 

Robert Leavitt. 65 Lovers Lane, Harwich 

Clyde Andrews. 19 Leslie Lane, Harwich Port 








168 


Town Clerk’s Report 


TOWN OF HARWICH 
SPECIAL TOWN MEETING 

January 10,1078 


THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS 
BARNSTABLE, ss: 

To either of the Constables of the Town of Harwich in said 
County, 

Greeting: 

In the name of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts you 
are hereby directed to notify and warn the inhabitants of 
said Town qualified to vote in elections and Town affairs 
to meet in the High School Auditorium, Oak Street in said 
Town on Tuesday, January 10, 1978 at 7:30 P.M. then and 
there to act on the following articles: 

Hereof fail not and make returns of this warrant with 
your doings thereon at the time and place of said meeting. 

Given under our hands this twelfth day of December, 
1977. 

s/ 

s/HADEN G. GREENHALGH 
s/BARRY A. HEMEON 
Selectmen of Harwich 

A true Copy: 

Attest: s/JOSEPH BARBER 
Constable 


December 27,1977 

By virtue of this warrant I have this day notified and 
warned the inhabitants of this Town of Harwich, qualified 
to vote in elections and Town affairs to meet in the Har¬ 
wich High School Auditorium, Oak Street in said Town on 
Tuesday, January 10, 1978, at the time and place for the 
purpose herein named by posting up attested copies thereof 
in the four (4) Post Office buildings in the Town of Har¬ 
wich, fourteen days at least before the time of said meeting 
as within directed, and causing an attested copy thereof to 
be published in the Oracle, a newspaper published in Barn¬ 
stable County and having its circulation in the Town of Har¬ 
wich. 


Signed s/JOSEPH BARBER, Constable 



169 


January 10, 1978 

The Special Town Meeting was called to order as di¬ 
rected by Warrant and according to law, by the Moderator, 
Michael D. Ford, in the High School Auditorium, Oak Street, 
Harwich, on January 10, 1978 at 7:30 P.M.; then immediate¬ 
ly recessed for lack of a quorum. At 7:45 P.M., the Moderator 
declared a quorum was present and the meeting opened with 
an invocation by the Rev. Charles H. Monbleau. A total of 
374 Registered Voters attended. 

The Warrant and Return of the Warrant were read by 
the Temporary Town Clerk, Alice H. Stanford; there being 
no objection, the Articles were not read. 

The Moderator explained the procedural rules governing 
the meeting before reading Article 1. 

Article 1. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to replace the boiler 
in Brooks Academy and to act fully thereon. By request of 
the Board of Selectmen. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of $4,890.00 be transferred from funds received 
or to be received in the Revenue Sharing Account for this 
purpose. 

Action: So voted unanimously by voice vote. 

Article 2. To see if the Town will vote to amend the 
Harwich By-Laws by adding to article V, Part 8 the follow¬ 
ing additional section designated 5-812 to read as follows: 
“Whoever violates any beach regulations duly adopted by 
the Board of Selectmen shall be punished by a fine not to 
exceed fifty dollars ($50.00)” and to act fully thereon. By 
request of the Board of Selectmen. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted. 

Action: So voted unanimously by voice vote. 

Article 3. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to plant and maintain 
shade trees along Town Ways and to act fully thereon. By 
request of the Tree Warden. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of $5,000.00 be transfered from available funds 
in the Anti-Recession Account for this purpose. 

Action: So voted unanimously by voice vote. 


170 


Article 4. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of five hundred ninety three dollars 
and fifty cents ($593.50) to be paid to the Barnstable 
County Treasurer for costs incurred in abandoning a portion 
of Route 137 and to act fully thereon. By request of the 
Board of Selectmen. 

Motion: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 5. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate the sum of one thousand one hundred dollars 
($1,100.00) to be added to Salary and Wage Accounts as need¬ 
ed to fund the transition to a uniform cut-off of payrolls at 
June 30 for all departments other than schools and to act 
fully thereon. By request of the Finance Committee. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of $1,100.00 be transferred from available funds 
in the Anti-Recession Account for this purpose as follows: 


Accountant’s Dept. Salary & Wages $537.00 

Dog Officer’s Salary & Wages 157.00 

Medicare Salaries 69.00 

Veterans’ Services Salaries 337.00 


Action: So voted unanimously by voice vote. 

Article 6. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to be added to the Town 
Hall Salary & Wage Account and to act fully thereon. By 
request of the Board of Selectmen. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of $2,100.00 be transferred to Town Hall Salary 
& Wages Account from available funds in the Anti-Reces¬ 
sion Account for this purpose. 

Action: So voted unanimously by voice vote. 

Article 7. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate five thousand three hundred and thirty-five dol¬ 
lars and seventy-one cents ($5,335.71) for unpaid bills of 
previous years as provided in Section 64 of Chapter 44 of the 
General Laws and to act fully thereon. By request of the 
Board of Selectmen. 

Motion: Moved that this article be accepted and adopt¬ 
ed and that the sum of $5,335.71 be transferred from funds 
received or to be received in the Revenue Sharing Account 
for this purpose as follows: 


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Board of Health 

Witt-Armstrong $283.80 

Insurance-General 

Snow & Thomson 4,941.11 

Natural Resources 

Allen Harbor Marine, Inc. 43.27 

Police Expense 

Cape Cod Oracle 10.50 

Planning Board Expense 

Cape Cod Oracle 48.80 

Assessors Expense 

Cape Cod Oracle 8.23 


Amendment to Motion: Moved to amend the main mo¬ 
tion by striking the figure $10.50 after Police Expense, Cape 
Cod Oracle and substituting the figure $8.23 and by striking 
the phrase Cape Cod Oracle and the figure $8.23 after As¬ 
sessors Expense and substituting the phrase Hobbs & War¬ 
ren, Inc. and the figure $10.50 so that the Motion will read: 
I move that this article be accepted and adopted and that the 
sum of $5,335.71 be transferred from funds received or to be 
received in the Revenue Sharing Account for this purpose 


as follows: 

Board of Health 

Witt-Armstrong 283.80 

Insurance —General 

Snow & Thomson 4,941.11 

Natural Resources 

Allen Harbor Marine, Inc. 43.27 

Police Expense 

Cape Cod Oracle 8.23 

Planning Board Expense 

Cape Cod Oracle 48.80 

Assessors [Expense 

Hobbs & Warren, Inc. 10.50 


ACTION ON AMENDMENT: So voted by voice vote. 

ACTION ON AMENDED MOTION: So voted unani¬ 
mously by voice vote and I so declare it. 

Article 8. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to acquire U.S. Govern¬ 
ment surplus equipment for use by various Town depart¬ 
ments; said funds to be spent under the jurisdiction of the 
Board of Selectmen and to act fully thereon. By request of 
the Board of Selectmen. 


172 


Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of $2,000.00 be transferred from funds received 
or to be received in the Revenue Sharing Account for this 
purpose. 

Action: So voted unanimously by voice vote. 

Article 9. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to prepare a foundation, 
relocate and make certain repairs to the Police Station ga¬ 
rage and to act fully thereon. By request of the Board of 
Selectmen. 

Motion: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 10. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money for the purpose of up¬ 
grading and repairing the sidewalks in the village of Har¬ 
wich Port and to act fully thereon. By request of the Fi¬ 
nance Committee and the Planning Board. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of $50,000.00 be transferred from funds re¬ 
ceived or to be received in the Revenue Sharing Account for 
this purpose. 

After lengthy debate, the question was moved; the fol¬ 
lowing tellers were appointed and sworn in by the Modera¬ 
tor: Robert Spongberg, William Doherty, Jr. and Charles Mc¬ 
Laughlin, Jr. 

Action on Question to terminate debate: 

A Standing Vote was taken 
YES 231 
NO 114 

(A 2/3 vote required) It is a vote. 

Action on Motion: 

A Standing Vote was taken 
YES 135 
NO 218 

It is not a vote. 

Article 11. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to be added to monies 
previously appropriated for legal fees, engineering and con¬ 
struction costs at “Shore Road Beach, West Harwich” and to 
act fully thereon. By request of the Board of Selectmen. 


173 


Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of $15,000.00 be transferred from funds re¬ 
ceived or to be received in the Revenue Sharing Account for 
this purpose. 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 12. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money for the purpose of pay¬ 
ing teacher’s summer salaries and to act fully thereon. By 
request of the School Committee. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of $110,511.59 be transferred from available 
funds in the Anti-Recession Account for this purpose. 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Adjournment at 10:15 P.M. 

Motion: That this meeting be adjourned. 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Respectfully submitted, 

ALICE H. STANFORD 
Temporary Town Clerk 

TRANSFER FROM REVENUE SHARING 


Article 1. Replace Boiler, Brooks Academy $4,890.00 

^Article 7. Unpaid Bills, Previous years 5,335.71 

Article 8. Acquire U.S. Gov. surplus equipment 2,000.00 

Article 11. Shore Road Beach, West Harwich 15,000.00 


$27,225.71 

TRANSFER FROM ANTI-RECESSION FUNDS 

Article 3. Shade trees, Town Ways 5,000.00 

Article 5. Salary & Wage Account, Various Depts. 

(Uniform payroll cut-off 6/30/78) 1,100.00 

Article 6. Salary & Wage Account, Town Hall 2,100.00 

Article 12. Teachers’ Summer Salaries 110,511.59 


$118,711.59 


GENERAL BY-LAW 

Article 2. Article V, Part 8, Violation of Beach Regulations 
— Section 5-812 
*Unpaid Bills: 

Board of Health, Witt-Armstrong 


$283.80 




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Insurance-General, Snow & Thomson 
Natural Resources, Allen Harbor Marine, Inc. 
Police Expense, Cape Cod Oracle 
Planning Board Expense, Cape Cod Oracle 
Assessors Expense, Hobbs & Warren, Inc. 


4,941.11 


43.27 

8.23 

48.80 

10.50 


LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT 
TOWN OF HARWICH 


SPECIAL TOWN MEETING 
January 10, 1978 


Article 2. To see if the Town will vote to amend the 
Harwich By-Laws by adding to Article V, Part 8 the follow¬ 
ing additional section designated 5-812 to read as follows: 
“Whoever violates any beach regulations duly adopted by the 
Board of Selectmen shall be punished by a fine not to exceed 
fifty dollars ($50.00)” and to act fully thereon. 

Motion: Moved that this article be accepted and adopt¬ 
ed. 

Action: So voted unanimously by voice vote. 


A True Copy: January 23,1978 
Attest: 

Alice H. Stanford, 

Temp. Town Clerk 


April 3,1978 


Boston, Massachusetts 

The foregoing amendment to general by-laws adopted 
under Article 2 of the warrant for the Harwich Special Town 
Meeting held January 10, 1978, is hereby approved. 


FRANCIS X. BELLOTTI 
Attorney General 


4/13/78 

4/20/78 


175 


VOTING PROCEDURES 

1) A quorum, 300 registered voters, must be present in or¬ 
der to conduct business. The only motion in order when 
no quorum is present is a motion to adjourn. 

2) A mption requesting the raising of monies in whole or in 
part by means of the issuance of bonds requires vote by 
secret ballot. 

3) All motions introduced at the Town meeting shall be in 
writing when required by the moderator. 

4) Voters are limited to two times speaking on any one 
question; the total time speaking not to exceed 10 min¬ 
utes without leave at the meeting. 

5) Only registered voters shall occupy the meeting “floor”. 

6) No voter will be allowed to speak until he is recognized 
by the moderator. 

7) Motions requiring more than a simple majority to pass; 

a) to amend the existing town by-laws (except the 
Personnel By-law — 2/3 majority.) 

b) to reconsider a vote on a motion — 3/4 majority 
(this motion must be made prior to the next ad¬ 
journment of the meeting). 

c) to consider articles in an order other than as ap¬ 
pears in the warrant — 2/3 majority. 

d) to pay unpaid bills — 4/5 majority at the annual 
town meeting — 9/10 majority at a special town 
meeting. 

e) to move the previous question (terminate debate) 
2/3 majority. 


176 


Report of the 1978 
Annual Town Meeting and Election 

APRIL 3,1978 


THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS 
BARNSTABLE, ss: 

To either of the Constables of the Town of Harwich in 
said County, Greeting: 

In the name of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts you 
are hereby directed to notify and warn the inhabitants of 
said Town qualified to vote in elections and Town affairs to 
meet in the High School Gymnasium, Oak Street, in said 
Town on Monday, April 3, 1978 at 10:00 A.M. then and there 
to act on Article 1 and afterwards on the following day, Tues¬ 
day, April 4, 1978 at 7:30 P.M. to meet in the High School 
Gymnasium, Oak Street, to act on the remaining articles. 

Polls will be open at 10:00 A.M. and close at 8:00 P.M. 

Hereof fail not and make returns of this warrant with your 
doings thereon at the time and place of said meeting. 

Given under our hands this twenty-first day of February, 
1978. 

s/DONN B. GRIFFIN 
s/HADEN G. GREENHALGH 
s/BARRY A. HEMEON 

Selectmen of Harwich 


A true Copy: 

Attest: s/JOSEPH BARBER, Constable 


March 23, 1978 

By virtue of this warrant I have this day notified and 
warned the inhabitants of this Town of Harwich, qualified 
to vote in elections and Town affairs to meet in the Harwich 
High School Gymnasium, Oak Street, in said Town on Mon¬ 
day, April 3, 1978 at the time and place for the purpose here¬ 
in named by posting up attested copies thereof in the four (4) 


177 


Post Office buildings in the Town of Harwich, seven (7) days 
at least before the time of said meeting as within directed, 
and causing an attested copy thereof to be published in the 
Oracle, a newspaper published in Barnstable County and 
having its circulation in the Town of Harwich and afterward 
the following day, Tuesday, April 4, 1978 at 7:30 P.M. to act 
on the remaining articles. 


Signed JOSEPH BARBER, Constable 


Article 1. To choose on one ballot the following Town 
Officers and Committees: Moderator for one year; one Se¬ 
lectman and Member of Board of Health for three years; 
one Assessor for three years; one Town Clerk for two year 
unexpired term; one Town Treasurer for two year unexpired 
term; one Collector of Taxes for two year unexpired term; 
two School Committee members for three years; three Parks 
and Recreation Commission members for three years; one 
Water Commissioner for three years; one Cemetery Com¬ 
missioner for three years; two Trustees of Brooks Free Li¬ 
brary for three years; one Tree Warden for three years. 


ANNUAL TOWN ELECTION 


The Town of Harwich Annual Election was held on Mon¬ 
day, April 3, 1978, in the High School Gymnasium on Oak 
Street, as directed by the Warrant and according to law. 

Voters were directed to their respective precinct polling 
places in the gymnasium which had been divided into three 
separate precinct voting areas — Precinct 1, Precinct 2 and 
Precinct 3. 

The following persons, having been appointed, were 
sworn into office by the Temporary Town Clerk, Alice H. 
Stanford, at 9:45 A.M. 

WARDEN: Rufus D. Pina (D) 


Precinct 1. 


WARDEN 
INSPECTOR 
DEPUTY INSPECTOR 
BALLOT CLERK 


Rufus D. Pina (D) 
Mary Hennessy (D) 


Lucille Hathaway (R) 
Ruth Farham (R) 


Precinct 2. 


DEPUTY WARDEN 
INSPECTOR 
DEPUTY INSPECTOR 
BALLOT CLERK 


Edward Woolley (D) 


Joyce Bearse (D) 
Margaret Borden (R) 


Earle Hunt (R) 


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Precinct 3. 

WARDEN Carolyn G. Crowell (R) 

INSPECTOR Marion Marsh (R) 

DEPUTY INSPECTOR Sandra Kahn (D) 

BALLOT CLERK Christopher Martes (D) 

INFORMATION DESK: John Kelly (D) 

ADDITIONAL WORKERS: (To work between the hours of 

12 Noon -1:00 P.M. and 5:00 
P.M. until closing, to fill in 
wherever needed and then to 
count votes— 

Mary R. Hall (D), Theresa M. Kelly (D), Marguerite Marion 
(R) and Jacqueline Barrett (R).) 

Precinct 1, Precinct 2 and Precinct 3 ballot boxes were 
examined by the Temporary Town Clerk, Alice H. Stanford, 
and the Warden, Rufus D. Pina, and each ballot box was 
found to register “zero”. 

The polls were declared open and the voting proceeded. 

The following tellers were appointed and duly sworn to 
their duties by the Temporary Town Clerk at 7:45 P.M.: 


(D) (R) 


Raymond Mercure 

Ruth Coulson 

Barbara Leary 

Elizabeth Paine 

James Lordan 

Ellen Cullen 

Catherine Lovinsky 

Ruth Boynton 

Stephanie Hesse 

Evelyn Robinson 

Sandra Kahn 

Patricia Klammer 

Ellen Allison 

H. Donald Stanford 

William Doherty 

Stanley Kruszyna 

Marietta Nilson 

Marlene Vagenas 

Eugene Leary 

Amey Scannell 

Edward Etsten 

Mary Hunt 

Carole Warren 

Barbara Britton 

Robert McBride 

Jacqueline Doane 

Linda Healy 

Anne Doherty 

Angela DuDeVoire 

Leonard Toney 

John Kelly 

Frances Stalker 

William Maloney 

Jerome Hitchiner 

Elaine Knott 

Frank Votapka 

Mary R. Hall 

Marguerite Marion 

Theresa Kelly 

Jacqueline Barrett 


179 


With no voter in sight or waiting to vote, the Temporary 
Town Clerk, Alice H. Stanford, declared the polls closed at 
8:00 P.M. A total of three thousand three hundred twenty- 
three ballots were cast by precincts as follows: 

Precinct 1 — 949 including 50 absentee ballots, 

Precinct 2— 1221 including 58 absentee ballots and 
Precinct 3— 1153 including 22 absentee ballots. 

The voting lists of each precinct showed the same num¬ 
ber of names checked as ballots cast. 


The Temporary Town Clerk announced the results at 
2:30 A.M. on April 4, 1978: 


Prec. Free. 

1 2 

Selectman and Board of Health, three years 

Prec. 

3 

Total 

*Barry A. Hemeon 

515 

738 

571 

1824 

Karen A. Jaworski 

421 

477 

571 

1469 

Blanks 

13 

6 

11 

30 

Assessor, three years 

*Barry A. Hemeon 

518 

734 

563 

1815 

Karen A. Jaworski 

417 

477 

575 

1469 

Blanks 

14 

10 

15 

39 

Moderator, one year 

*Michael D. Ford 

845 

1112 

1053 

3010 

Blanks 

104 

109 

100 

313 

Tree Warden, three years 

*Raymond L. Thacher 

854 

1113 

1039 

3006 

Blanks 

95 

108 

114 

317 

Town Clerk, two years 

Howard E. Clark 

183 

281 

189 

653 

*Ruth B. Ericson 

485 

611 

598 

1694 

Lawrence F. Nickerson, 

Jr. 172 

226 

196 

594 

Irwin Saretsky 

9 

4 

3 

16 

Thomas C. Smith 

82 

77 

106 

265 

Karl E. Young 

9 

16 

46 

71 

Blanks 

9 

6 

15 

30 

Treasurer, two years 

Howard E. Clark 

185 

287 

185 

657 

*Ruth B. Ericson 

478 

609 

597 

1684 

Lawrence F. Nickerson, 

Jr. 168 

217 

199 

584 

Irwin Saretsky 

5 

4 

3 

12 


180 


Free. 

Free. 

Free. 

Total 


1 

2 

3 


Thomas C. Smith 

80 

78 

110 

268 

Karl E. Young 

14 

19 

42 

75 

Blanks 

19 

7 

17 

43 

Collector of Taxes, two years 





Howard E. Clark 

184 

286 

189 

659 

*Ruth B. Ericson 

481 

600 

597 

1678 

Lawrence F. Nickerson, Jr. 

168 

223 

194 

585 

Irwin Saretsky 

7 

8 

4 

19 

Thomas C. Smith 

80 

83 

113 

276 

Karl E. Young 

14 

12 

40 

66 

Blanks 

15 

9 

16 

40 

School Committee, three years 





*Frances Ballam 

302 

399 

591 

1292 

^Clotilda P. Blackmore 

389 

435 

375 

1199 

Lyman Edward Culver, Jr. 

142 

236 

220 

598 

William F. Greenwood 

255 

358 

376 

989 

Craig B. Hall 

245 

284 

231 

760 

Frank Wiacek 

209 

335 

185 

729 

Blanks 

356 

395 

328 

1079 

Parks & Recreation Commission, 

three years 



*Blanche E. Baird 

482 

711 

680 

1873 

*Nancy A. Thyng 

498 

688 

773 

1959 

Dean Derby 

485 

681 

515 

1681 

*H. William Morey 

505 

696 

563 

1764 

Blanks 

877 

887 

926 

2690 

Various Persons 

0 

0 

2 

2 

Water Commissioner, three years 





*Anne M. Smith 

564 

717 

768 

2049 

Francis E. Woelfel 

334 

464 

354 

1152 

Blanks 

51 

40 

31 

122 

Cemetery Commissioner, three years 




*Roger W. Munsey 

808 

1082 

1027 

2917 

Blanks 

140 

137 

125 

402 

Various Persons 

1 

2 

1 

4 

Trustee* Brooks Free Library, three years 




*Marie B. Collins 

751 

1022 

978 

2751 

*Charlotte P. Sims 

780 

1085 

982 

2847 

Blanks 

367 

335 

345 

1047 

Various Persons 

0 

0 

1 

1 


* Denotes Successful Candidate 


181 


ANNUAL TOWN MEETING 
April 4, 5 and 10,1978 

The Annual Town Meeting was held in the High School 
Gymnasium, Oak Street, Harwich. The newly elected Mod¬ 
erator, Michael D. Ford, and the Selectman, Assessor and 
Board of Health member, Barry A. Hemeon, had been duly 
sworn to their duties by the Temporary Town Clerk, Alice H. 
Stanford. 

At 7:30 P.M. the Moderator declared a quorum present 
and called the meeting to order. A total of 550 Registered 
Voters attended. 

Following an invocation by the Rev. Albert C. Ronander, 
the moderator recognized Donn B. Griffin, Chairman of the 
Board of Selectmen, who offered the following resolution: 

Be it resolved: 

“That the inhabitants of the Town of Harwich here as¬ 
sembled, in appreciation of the dedicated and faithful ser¬ 
vice of the late Gordon R. Eldredge, Clerk, Treasurer and 
Tax Collector; here observe a moment of silence in his me¬ 
mory and make this resolution a part of the record of these 
proceedings.” 

Motion: That this resolution be accepted and adopted. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Mr. Ford thanked the Temporary Town Clerk, Alice H. 
Stanford, who had been appointed by the Selectmen on Jan¬ 
uary 9, 1978 to serve until the Election on April 3, 1978. 

All officials elected April 3, 1978, who were present, were 
sworn to duty by the Moderator, with the understanding that 
the other newly elected officials and appointed officials would 
be sworn to duty by the Town Clerk at their earliest con¬ 
venience. 

Instructions on the procedures to be followed at the 
meeting were explained by Mr. Ford and a report of the Fi¬ 
nance Committee was made by its Chairman, Sheldon J. 
Thayer, Jr. 

Article 2 . To choose all other Town Officers and Com¬ 
mittees. 

Motion: I move that all Town Officers that can be, be 
appointed at this time. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 


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Appointments by the Moderator 

“I appoint Henry F. Smith for a three year term as 
Trustee of the Caleb Chase Fund; David E. Thyng as Sur¬ 
veyor of Wood and Lumber; the duly elected Constables as 
Field Drivers and Fence Viewers; Jesse J. Morgan to a three 
year term on the Cape Cod Regional Technical High School 
District Committee. 

I reserve the right to make all other appointments at a 
later time during the meeting.” 

Article 3. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
Town Treasurer, with the approval of the Selectmen, to bor¬ 
row money from time to time in anticipation of the revenue 
of the financial year beginning July 1, 1978, in accordance 
with the provisions of General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 4, 
and tb issue a note or notes therefor, payable within one year, 
and to renew any note or notes as may be given for a period 
of less than one year in accordance with General Laws, Chap¬ 
ter 44, Section 17 and to act fully thereon. Customary article. 

Motion: Moved that this article be accepted and adopt¬ 
ed. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 4. To hear the reports of all Town Officers and 
Committees for the year 1977. Customary article. 

Motion: Moved that the reports of all Town Officers 
and Committees for the year 1977 be accepted and adopted 
as printed in the Town Report. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 5. To see if the Town will vote: (1) to amend 
the Personnel By-Law accepted under Article 5 on March 5, 
1962, and as subsequently amended, by striking out the Clas¬ 
sification and Compensation Plan set forth in the Appendix 
of the Personnel By-Law as amended, and substituting there¬ 
for the following Classification and Compensation Plan which 
includes the new positions Youth Center Director, Assistant 
Youth Center Director, Special Patrolman or Matron A, B 
and C (see Plan), (2) to place the following current Town 
employees in the Level and Step of said Plan as indicated 
after each employee’s name: Anne M. Grizey - Level C, Step 
4; Grace L. Hurst-D4; Philip T. Sherman-14; Ruth Eric- 
son-E5; Annette C. Manzoli-B2; Angela J. Goodwin-B2; 
Alice H. Stanford-D2; Ethel C. Wurtz-D4; Barbara Perry- 


183 


Bl; Juell E. Buckwold - E5; Dorothy M. Martes - D2; James C. 
Moore, Jr.-G4; Martin E. Moran-M5; Velmah S. Munsey - 
D4; Sandra R. Scruggs - Cl; Norman A. Fennell - K3; Sandra 
E. Bowen -E3; Jack Martin-F4; David E. Thyng-I3; Mary 
E. Scannell-G5; Barbara E. Britton-B3; Mary L. Rooney- 
C5; Virginia S. Doane-F3; Rufus D. Pina-F3; Thomas E. 
Leach - 13; Donald F. Ryder - El; John E. Harper - J3; Fran¬ 
cis L. Santos - K4; Roger McNamara - F3; Michael J. O’Con¬ 
nor-El, and to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of 
money to implement this substituted Plan and to act fully 
thereon. By request of and authorized by the Personnel Board. 


CLASSIFICATION AND COMPENSATION PLAN 


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187 


Motion: Moved that this article be accepted and adopt¬ 
ed with the following changes: by deleting the words “Ruth 
Ericson — E5” and “John E. Harper — J3” and that the sum 
of twenty thousand and fifteen dollars ($20,015.00) be raised 
and appropriated for this purpose. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 

Article 6. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to be added to the salary 
and wage accounts of the Police Department to implement 
the Union Contract and to act fully thereon. By request of 
the Board of Selectmen. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of twenty thousand nine hundred six dollars 
($20,906.00) be raised and appropriated. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 7. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to be added to the salary 
and wage accounts of the Water, Highway and Golf Depart¬ 
ments to implement the Service Employees Union Contract 
and to act fully thereon. By request of the Board of Select¬ 
men. 

Motion: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 8. To see if the Town will vote to fix the salaries 
of the elected officials of the Town for the fiscal year com¬ 
mencing July 1, 1978 and ending June 30, 1979 as follows: 


Selectmen & Board of Health (three) 

$10,900. each 

Chairman, Board of Selectmen 

1,000. 

Assessors (three) 

4,650. each 

Moderator 

250. 

Town Clerk 

3,000. 

Town Treasurer 

6,025. 

Tax Collector 

6,525. 

Surveyor of Highways 

17,000. 

Tree Warden 

2,050. 

Water Commissioners (three) 

400. each 

Cemetery Commissioners (three) 

100. each 

Constables (three) 

125. each 

Motion: I move that the salaries of the elected officials 


of the Town for the fiscal year commencing July 1, 1978 and 
ending June 30, 1979 be fixed as follows: 


188 


Selectmen & Board of Health (three) 

$10,900. 

each 

Chairman, Board of Selectmen 

1,000. 


Assessors (three) 

4,650. 

each 

Moderator 

250. 


Town Clerk 

3,000. 


Town Treasurer 

6,025. 


Tax Colector 

6,425. 


Surveyor of Highways 

17,500. 


Tree Warden 

2,050. 


Water Commissioners (three) 

400. 

each 

Cemetery Commissioners (three) 

100. 

each 

Constables (three) 

125. 

each 


(Duly Seconded) 


Amendment: I move that Article 8. be amended by 
changing Selectmen & Board of Health (three) $10,900. to 
Selectmen & Board of Health (three) 9,8800. 

(Duly Seconded) 

Action: It is NOT a vote, (voice vote) 

2nd Amendment: I move to amend Article 8. of the 
Annual Town Meeting so as to delete the $4,650.00 annual 
salaries of the three Assessors. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: It is NOT a vote. (Voice vote) 

Action on Main Motion: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 9. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate such sums of money as may be required to defray 
Town charges for the fiscal year 1978-79 and to act fully 
thereon (see budget). 

1978-79 FISCAL YEAR BUDGET 


General Government 


Moderator 

$250.00 

Selectmen’s Department 

Salaries 

33,700.00 

Expense 

2,800.00 

Capital Outlay 

190.00 

Assessor’s Department 

Salaries 

13,950.00 

Expense 

9,850.00 

Capital Outlay 


Accountant’s Department 

Salaries & Wages 

30,890.00 



189 


Expense 
Capital Outlay 

Town Clerk, Treasurer & Tax Collector 
Salaries & Wages 
Town Clerk’s Expense 
Capital Outlay (Clerk) 

Treasurer’s Expense 
Capital Outlay (Treasurer) 

Tax Collector’s Expense 
Capital Outlay (Tax Collector) 

Town Hall & Brooks Academy 
Salaries & Wages 
Expense 
Capital Outlay 

Town Engineer 

Salaries & Wages 
Expense 
Capital Outlay 
Legal Services 
Claims & Suits 
Land Transactions 
Planning Board 
Expense 
Capital Outlay 
Board of Appeals 
Finance Committee 

Executive Secretary 
Expense 

Personnel Board 
Elections & Registrations 

Total General Government 
% of Total Budget 

Protection of Persons & Property 

Police Department 
Salaries & Wages 
Overtime 
Holiday Pay 
Court Time 


1,460.00 


61,634.00 

3,840.00 


7,900.00 


10,600.00 


50,353.00 

17,500.00 

1,400.00 

37,268.00 

1,878.00 


16,000.00 

250.00 

500.00 

1,500.00 


2 , 200.00 

3,000.00 

700.00 

500.00 

14,000.00 


$324,113.00 

4.79% 


409,835.00 

25,000.00 

15,444.00 

5,000.00 


Total Salaries & Wages 


$455,279.00 










190 


Expense 
Capital Outlay 

Total Police Department 

Fire Department 

Salaries & Wages 
Overtime 

Total Salaries & Wages 

Expense 
Capital Outlay 

Total Fire Department 

Other Protection of Persons & Property 
Dog Officer 

Salary 
Expense 
Capital Outlay 

Insp. of Animals & Slaughtering 

Forestry Department 

Tree Warden Salary 

Expense 

Capital Outlay 

Insect Pest Control 
Salary 

Greenhead Fly Expense 
Dutch Elm Disease 
Spraying 

Building & Sanitary Inspector 
Salaries & Wages 
Expense 
Capital Outlay 

Constable Salaries 
Wire Inspector 

Salaries 
Expense 
Capital Outlay 

Civil Defense Expense 


51,850.00 

3,500.00 


$510,629.00 


268,841.00 

25,000.00 


$293,841.00 

$25,450.00 


$319,291.00 


$9,100.00 

1,800.00 


400.00 


2,050.00 

4,500.00 


2,000.00 

585.00 

7,500.00 

7,500.00 

$23,060.00 

3,000.00 


375.00 


2,500.00 

1,000.00 


1,500.00 










191 


Sealer of Weights & Measures 

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Total, Other Protection of 
Persons & Property 

Total Protection of Persons 
& Property 
% of Total Budget 


Health & Sanitation 

Board of Health Expense 

Town Nurse Department 
Salaries & Wages 
Expense 
Capital Outlay 
Medicare Salary 
Medicare Expense 

Inspector, Gas Installations 

Inspector of Plumbing 

Disposal Area 

Salaries & Wages 
Overtime 
Expense 
Capital Outlay 

Total Health & Sanitation 
% of Total Budget 

Highway Department 

Salaries & Wages 

Overtime 

Expense 

Capital Outlay 

Snow Removal Wages 

Snow Removal Materials 

Snow Removal Equipment Hire 

Total Highway Department 
% of Total Budget 

Veterans Services 

Salaries & Wages 
Expense 


1,000.00 


$67,870.00 


$897,790.00 

13.26% 


$3,015.00 

18,522.00 

3,700.00 

250.00 

4,144.00 

22,500.00 

5,650.00 

5,628.00 

22,369.00 


15,350.00 


$101,128.00 

1.49% 


$143,475.00 

6,250.00 

47,400.00 


10,000.00 

10,000.00 

30,000.00 


$247,125.00 

3.65% 


$19,823.00 

2,400.00 









Capital Outlay 
Veterans Benefits 


192 


150.00 

55,000.00 


Total Veterans Services 
% of Total Budget 

Public Schools 

Harwich School Department 
Administration 

Salaries & Wages ) 
Expense ] 

Instruction 

Salaries & Wages 
Expense 

Other School Services 
Salaries & Wages ) 
Expense ] 

Plant Operation & Maintenance 
Salaries & Wages ) 
Expense \ 

Acquisition of Fixed Assets 

Programs with Other Towns 
Salaries & Wages 1 
Expense ) 

Out of State Travel 

Contingency 

Vocational Education 
Salaries & Wages 
Expense 

Liberal Arts Evening Course 
Salaries & Wages 
Expense 

High School Athletics 
Salaries & Wages 
Expense 

Adult Education 

Salaries & Wages ) 
Expense ) 

Liberal Arts 

Salaries & Wages 
Expense 


$77,373.00 

1.14% 


$81,075.00 


2,152,437.00 

176,679.00 

209,457.00 

360,340.00 

12,490.00 

29,350.00 

10,000.00 


19,120.00 


Total Harwich School Dept. 


$3,050,948.00 









193 


Cape Cod Reg. High Sch. District 
Town of Harwich Share 

Total Public Schools 
9c of Total Budget 

Libraries 

Brooks Library 

Salaries & Wages 
Expense 
Capital Outlay 

Chase Library 

Salaries & Wages 
Expense 

Harwich Port Library 
Salaries & Wages 
Expense 

Total Libraries 

7c of Total Budget 

Parks & Recreation Commission 

Salaries & Wages 
Expense 
Capital Outlay 

Total Parks & Recreation 
% of Total Budget 

Care of Town Beaches 
Salaries & Wages 
Expense 
Capital Outlay 
Beach Erosion 

Total Care of Town Beaches 
7c of Total Budget 

Waterways 

Saquatucket Harbor 
Salaries & Wages 
Expense 
Capital Outlay 
Repairs to Docks & Floats 
Aids to Navigation 
Propagation of Fish & Game 


$363,900.00 


$3,414,848.00 

50.437c 


$25,657.00 

12,000.00 


2,900.00 

2,605.00 

3,200.00 

5,582.00 


$51,944.00 

0.777c 


$41,470.00 

20,350.00 

3,255.00 


$65,075.00 

0.967c 


$19,935.00 

15,300.00 


3,500.00 


$38,735.00 

0.577c 


$14,730.00 

11,900.00 


5,000.00 

750.00 










194 


Natural Resources Officer 

Salaries & Wages 

Expense 

Capital Outlay 

21,795.00 

12,000.00 

Total Waterways 

% of Total Budget 

$66,175.00 

0.98% 

Water Department 

Salaries & Wages 

Overtime 

Expense 

Capital Outlay 

Service Installation Material 

$98,215.00 

7,107.00 

59,000.00 

3,550.00 

35,000.00 

Total Water Department 
% of Total Budget 

$202,872.00 

3.00% 

Cemetery Commission 

Salaries & Wages 

Expense 

Capital Outlay 

$13,000.00 

5,500.00 

3,500.00 

Total Cemeteries 

% of Total Budget 

$22,000.00 

0.32% 

Council on Aging 

Salaries & Wages 

Expense 

Capital Outlay 

$8,400.00 

2,700.00 

1,050.00 

Total Council on Aging 
%of Total Budget 

$12,150.00 

0.18% 

Youth Commission 

Salaries & Wages 

Expense 

Capital Outlay 

$18,925.00 

3,200.00 

600.00 

Total Youth Commission 
% of Total Budget 

$22,725.00 

0.34% 

Golf Commission 

Salaries & Wages 

Overtime 
■ Expense 

$89,369.00 

4,989.00 

85,356.00 











195 


Capital Outlay 

Total Golf Commission 
% of Total Budget 

Unclassified 

Band Concerts 

Historical Commission Expense 
Town & Finance Comm. Reports 
Advertising 

Repairs to Public Buildings 
Out of State Travel 
Finance Comm. Reserve Fund 
Street Lights 

Memorial & Veterans Day 
Survey & Bound Town Property 
Retirement Annuity 
Special Retirement Pension a 
Special Retirement Pension b 
Gasoline 

Conservation Comm. Expense 
Insurance, General 
Insurance, Group (32B) 

Building Code Board of Appeals 
Miscellaneous 

Total Unclassified 
% of Total Budget 

Maturing Debt & Interest 

School Bonds 
Principal 
Interest 

Water Bonds (1969) 

Principal 

Interest 

Water Bonds (1974) 

Principal 

Interest 

Harbor Improvement Bonds (1969) 
Principal 
Interest 


$179,714.00 

2.65% 


$500.00 

400.00 

9,200.00 

1,300.00 

2,000.00 

1 , 200.00 

30,000.00 

52,500.00 

750.00 

1,000.00 

2,000.00 

5,328.00 


35,000.00 

3,000.00 

127,000.00 

131,000.00 

150.00 

1,000.00 


$403,328.00 

5.96% 


$80,000.00 

9,760.00 

90,000.00 

28,615.00 

10,000.00 

5,280.00 

10,000.00 

295.00 


















196 




Harbor Improvement Bonds (1967) 

Principal . 

Interest . 

Golf Course Bonds (1974) 

Principal 40,000.00 

Interest 28,080.00 

Land Acquisition Bonds 

Principal 10,000.00 

Interest 5,040.00 

Municipal Purpose Loan of 1975 Within Debt Limit 

Principal 120,000.00 

Interest 10,695.00 

Municipal Purpose Loan of 1975 Outside Debt Limit 

Principal 105,000.00 

Interest 81,593.00 

Tax Anticipation Loan 

Interest 10,000.00 


Total Maturing Debt & Interest 644,358.00 

% of Total Budget 9.51% 


TOTAL BUDGET 


$6,771,453.00 


Motion: I move that the budget be accepted and adopt¬ 
ed as printed with the following changes: 

Under Public Schools Item 68, Instruction, Salaries and 
Wages by striking out the figure $2,152,437.00 and by sub¬ 
stituting therefor the figure $2,171,990.00 and under Total 
Harwich School Department by striking out the figure 
$3,050,948.00 and by substituting $3,070,501.00. 

Under Total Budget by striking out the figure 
$6,771,453.00 and by substituting therefor the figure 
$6,791,006.00: that the sum of $125,000.00 be transferred 
from available funds or to be received by Federal Anti-Re¬ 
cession Funds to Item 25, Police Salaries and Wages; and the 
sum of $6,666,006.00 be raised and appropriated to a total of 
$6,791,006.00 for this purpose. (Duly Seconded) 

Amendment: I move to amend the main motion by 
adding the phrase under Item 8., Town Clerk, Treasurer and 
Tax Collector Salaries and Wages, by striking the figure 
$61,634.00 and substituting therefore the figure $67,939.00 












197 


and by striking the figure $324,113.00 under Total General 
Government and substituting the figure $330,418.00 and un¬ 
der Total Budget by striking out the figure $6,791,006.00 and 
substituting therefore the figure $6,797,311.00. (Duly Sec¬ 
onded) 

Action on Amendment: A Standing Vote was taken. 

YES 212 
NO 241 

It is NOT a vote. 

Action on Motion: So voted by voice vote. 

Tellers: Stephen Ross, Robert Spongberg, William Mar¬ 
ion, Worcester Meriam. 

Note: The following is the Oath administered by the 
Moderator for this and all subsequent counts. 

I, (name) , do solemnly swear, that I will bear 
true faith and allegiance to the Commonwealth of Massa¬ 
chusetts, and will support the Constitution thereof. So help 
me God. 

I, (name) , do solemnly swear and affirm, that I 
will faithfully and impartially discharge and perform all the 
duties incumbent on me as a TELLER, according to the best 
of my abilities and understanding, agreeably to the rules 
and regulations of the Constitution and Laws of this Com¬ 
monwealth. So help me God. 

I, (name) , do solemnly swear that I will support 
the Constitution of the United States. So help me God. 

Note: The Moderator called a ten minute recess; meet¬ 
ing reconvened at 9:25 P.M. 

Article 10. To see if the Town will vote to authorize a 
Committee to study the need for off-street parking in the 
Harwich Center business zone. The Committee, to be ap¬ 
pointed by the Moderator, shall be a three-member Com¬ 
mittee—one each from the Planning Board, Finance Com¬ 
mittee and the business community of Harwich Center. The 
Committee shall submit a report on or before the next An¬ 
nual Town Meeting and to act fully thereon. By petition. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 


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Article 11. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate a sufficient sum of money and instruct the 
Selectmen to purchase or take by eminent domain a sufficient 
amount of land bordering the south side of Main Street in 
Harwich Center for the extension of the sidewalk from its 
present easterly termination to the intersection of Tody Bole 
Lane, to install the walk and to act fully thereon. By petition. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of nine hundred dollars ($900.00) be raised and 
appropriated for this purpose. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: A Standing Vote was taken. 

YES 426 
NO 1 

Tellers; Stephen Ross, Robert Spongberg, William Mar¬ 
ion, Worcester Meriam. 

Article 12. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate a sufficient sum of money for the purpose of 
improving the sidewalk on the south side of Main Street in 
Harwich Center between the Post Office and Bank Street in 
a manner that will make it unnecessary to walk in the street 
during bad weather and to act fully thereon. By petition. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of four hundred dollars ($400.00) be raised and 
appropriated for this purpose. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 

Article 13. To see if the Town will vote to acccept the 
provisions of Section 8A of Chapter 40 of the General Laws 
as established by Chapter 297 of the Acts of 1954 and amended 
by Chapter 102 of the Acts of 1955 and Chapter 291 of the 
Acts of 1961, and to establish a Development and Industrial 
Commission of seven (7) members with all the powers and 
duties thereof as provided in said Section 8A of Chapter 40 
of the General Laws and to be known as the Harwich Com¬ 
mercial and Industrial Development Commission and to act 
fully thereon. By request of the Tax Base Study Committee. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 14. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate the sum of twenty five hundred dollars ($2,500.00) 
to be expended by the Harwich Commercial and Industrial 


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Development Commission for the purposes set forth in Sec¬ 
tion 8A of Chapter 40 and to act fully thereon. By request 
of the Tax Base Study Committee. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of two thousand five hundred dollars 
($2,500.00) be raised and appropriated for this purpose. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 15. To see if the Town will vote to accept the 
provisions of Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 40, Sec¬ 
tion 22D relative to towing away of vehicles illegally parked 
or standing on public ways and to act fully thereon. By re¬ 
quest of the Chief of Police. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of five hundred dollars ($500.00) be raised and 
appropriated for this purpose. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 16. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to purchase four (4) new 
police cruisers and equipment, and to authorize the Select¬ 
men to trade in one (1) 1976 Plymouth sedan, and three (3) 
1977 Chevrolet sedans now owned by the Town, the sum re¬ 
ceived from said trade to be used toward the purchase of the 
new cruisers and to act fully thereon. By request of the Chief 
of Police. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the Selectmen be authorized to trade in one (1) 1976 
Plymouth cruiser, two (2) 1977 Chevrolet cruisers and to 
transfer one (1) 1977 Chevrolet cruiser to the Highway De¬ 
partment; the sum received from said trade to be used to¬ 
wards the purchase of the four (4) new cruisers and to raise 
and appropriate the sum of twenty thousand five hundred 
fifty-four dollars ($20,554.00) for this purpose. (Duly Second¬ 
ed) 

Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 

Article 17. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate a sufficient sum of money to make certain re¬ 
pairs and perform necessary maintenance to the original 
portion of the Police Station and to act fully thereon. By 
request of the Chief of Police. 


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Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of four thousand five hundred dollars 
($4,500.00) be raised and appropriated for this purpose. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 

Article 18. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to purchase furniture 
and equipment to be utilized in the new addition to the Police 
Station and to act fully thereon. By request of the Chief of 
Police. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of twelve thousand five hundred dollars 
($12,500.00) be raised and appropriated for this purpose. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 

Article 19. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap ¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to install a Burglar Alarm 
and Smoke Detectors in the Brooks Free Library and to act 
fully thereon. By request of the Trustees of the Brooks Free 
Library and the Harwich Woman’s Club. 

Motion: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: It is NOT a vote. (Voice vote) 

Main Motion: That this article be accepted and adopt¬ 
ed and that the sum of $1,785.00 be raised and appropriated 
for this purpose. (Duly Seconded) 

Amendment: That the main motion be amended to 
read “that this article be accepted and adopted and that the 
sum of $1,785.00 be raised and appropriated to install a Bur¬ 
glar Alarm in Brooks Free Library.” (Duly Seconded) 

Action: The above amendment was withdrawn, “that 
this amendment be withdrawn”; (Duly Seconded) and so 
voted by voice vote. 

Amendment to Main Motion: That the main motion be 
amended to read as follows: “that the article be accepted 
and adopted with the following change: delete the phrase 
“Smoke Detector” and that the sum of $1,785.00 be raised 
and appropriated for this purpose. ( Duly Seconded) 

Action: Main motion as amended so voted by voice vote. 


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Article 20. To see if the Town will vote to amend the 
Zoning By-Law and Zoning Map to establish a new residential 
zoning district in East Harwich which would be bounded by 
the intersection of Kendrick Road and Church Street pro¬ 
ceeding in a northeasterly direction along Kendrick Road to 
the intersection at Route 28 thence proceeding southerly 
along Route 28 to the Harwich Town Line thence proceeding 
southwesterly along t-he Town Line to its intersection with 
Church Street and thence northerly along Church Street to 
the aforementioned intersection of Church Street and Ken¬ 
drick Road. The minimum lot size requirement in the new 
zoning district to be 60,000 square feet. All other require¬ 
ments and permitted uses and uses allowed on Special Permit 
to be the same as in other residential zoning district in the 
Town and to act fully thereon. By petition. 

Motion: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

(Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 21. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate a sufficient sum of money for a professional re¬ 
valuation of all real and certain personal property in Harwich 
and to act fully thereon. By request of the Board of Assessors. 

Motion: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 22. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate a sufficient sum of money to hire permanent and 
temporary help, purchase the necessary forms, supplies and 
computer services, retain legal counsel and to defray any 
other costs incurred in revaluation of all real and certain 
personal property in Harwich and to act fully thereon. By 
request of the Board of Assessors. 

Motion: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 23. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to post 30 MPH reduced 
speed signs on Sisson Road and 20 MPH reduced speed signs 
in the school zone of the Harwich Intermediate School there¬ 
in, to enforce the speed limits so posted and to act fully there¬ 
on. By petition. 










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Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the Selectmen be instructed to request of the Depart¬ 
ment of Public Works a survey of the Sisson Road Speed 
Zones. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 24. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate a sufficient sum of money to pave or gravel or 
otherwise improve and expand the parking lot in the rear of 
the (“Albro House”) Senior Citizen Center, to accommodate 
forty (40) vehicles for the Council On Aging and to act fully 
thereon. By request of the Council On Aging. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of four thousand six hundred dollars ($4,600.00) 
be raised and appropriated for this purpose. (Duly Second¬ 
ed) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 25. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to be used with any other 
available State or Federal Funds, if any, for the purpose of 
constructing and maintaining such Town Roads as may be 
designated by the Board of Selectmen and the Massachusetts 
Department of Public Works. If no State or Federal Funds 
are available for this purpose, said monies can be used for 
constructing and maintaining such Town Roads as the High¬ 
way Surveyor designates and to act fully thereon. By request 
of the Surveyor of Highways. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of forty thousand dollars ($40,000.00) be raised 
and appropriated for this purpose. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

• Article 26. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate a sufficient sum of money for the purpose of hot- 
mixing, oiling and improving various Town Roads and to act 
fully thereon. By request of the Surveyor of Highways. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of one hundred sixty thousand dollars 
($160,000.00) be transferred from sums available or to be 
available in the Revenue Sharing Account for this purpose. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 


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Article 27. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate a sufficient sum of money and authorize the 
Surveyor of Highways to purchase a new or used backhoe 
and to act fully thereon. By request of the Surveyor of High¬ 
ways. 

Motion: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 28. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money and to authorize the 
Surveyor of Highways to purchase and equip one (1) new 
sedan automobile for the Surveyor of Highways use and to 
act fully thereon. By request of the Surveyor of Highways. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that one (1) 1977 Chevrolet cruiser be transferred. (Duly 
Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 29. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to be spent under the 
direction of the Surveyor of Highways for the purpose of con¬ 
structing a wooden salt storage shed on the Highway Depart¬ 
ment property and to act fully thereon. By request of the 
Surveyor of Highways. 

Motion: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 30. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to be spent under the 
direction of the Surveyor of Highways for the purpose of in¬ 
sulating and shingling the exterior walls and renovating the 
boiler room at the Highway Department and to act fully 
thereon. By request of the Surveyor of Highways. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of three thousand five hundred dollars 
($3,500.00) be raised and appropriated for this purpose. (Duly 
Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 31. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money for the purpose of em¬ 
ploying the services of an Architect or Architects to design 


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and prepare plans and specifications for a new Highway 
Maintenance Garage; said garage to be designed for con¬ 
struction on Town-owned land; said plans and specifications 
to be prepared under the direction of the Surveyor of High¬ 
ways and to act fully thereon. By request of the Surveyor of 
Highways. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00) be raised 
and appropriated for this purpose. (Duly Seconded) 

Amendment: That the main motion be amended to 
read as follows: “that this article be accepted and adopted 
and that the sum of $10,000.00 be raised and appropriated 
for this purpose and that the plans and specifications be 
prepared under the direction of a seven (7) member com¬ 
mittee, to include the Surveyor of Highways, to be appointed 
by the Moderator.” (Duly Seconded) 

Lengthy debate followed and at 10:55 P.M. a Quorum was 
questioned. The Moderator appointed the same Tellers 
(Stephen Ross, Worcester Meriam, William Marion and Rob¬ 
ert Spongberg) for a poll. Since there were only 248 Regis¬ 
tered Voters remaining in the gymnasium, instead of the 
required 300 for a Quorum, the Moderator entertained a mo¬ 
tion to adjourn. 

Motion: I move that we adjourn until tomorrow night 
at 7:30 P.M. here in the High School Gymnasium. (Duly 
Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

April 5, 1978 

At 7:30 P.M., the Moderator, Michael D. Ford, called the 
meeting to order; then called a recess for lack of a quorum. 
The meeting reconvened at 7:50 P.M. with 320 Registered 
Voters having been checked in by that time. The final at¬ 
tendance figure for the second meeting was 350. 

The Moderator reiterated the procedures to be followed 
and reminded the assembly of the Special Town Meeting 
scheduled for the next night, April 6, 1978 at 7:30 P.M. in the 
Gymnasium. 

The meeting continued with Article 31. with more de¬ 
bate on the amendment to the main motion. 

Amendment to Amendment: Moved to amend the mo¬ 
tion to amend by striking out the word seven (7) and sub- 


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stituting therefor the word five (5); and by striking out the 
word “Moderator” and substituting therefor the words “Board 
of Selectmen”. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Final Motion to read as follows .... that the main mo¬ 
tion be amended to read as follows: “that this article be 
accepted and adopted and that the sum of $10,000.00 be 
raised and appropriated for this purpose and that the plans 
and specifications be prepared under the direction of a five 
(5) member committee, to include the Surveyor of Highways, 
to be appointed by the Board of Selectmen. 

Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 

Article 32. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate the sum of four thousand five hundred dollars 
($4,500.00) to purchase or take by eminent domain for drain¬ 
age purposes land now or formerly owned by Edward Eirouth 
shown as Lot 2 on a plan entitled “Subdivision Plan of Land 
in Harwich Port, Mass, for Edward Eirouth” and recorded in 
Barnstable County Registry of Deeds in Plan Book 230, Page 
73; said land to be under the jurisdiction of the Highway 
Surveyor and to act fully thereon. By request of the Surveyor 
of Highways. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of four thousand five hundred dollars 
($4,500.00) be raised and appropriated for this purpose. (Duly 
Seconded) 

Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 

Article 33. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
Parks and Recreation Commission to transfer a 5.7+ acre 
parcel of land located north of the Junior-Senior High School 
to the Highway Department; said land is more particularly 
described as follows: On the west and north by other land of 
the Parks and Recreation Department, on the east by the 
Cranberry Valley Golf Course and on the south by land of 
the School Department and to act fully thereon. By request 
of the Surveyor of Highways. 

Motion: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 



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CRANBERRY 
VALLEY 
GOLF COURSE 


LAND EASEMENT 
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HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT 

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PROPOSED 

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Article 34. To see if the Town of Harwich will vote to 
raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of money to effectuate 
and make the necessary repairs to the bridge over the Her¬ 
ring River on Bell’s Neck Road and to act fully thereon. By 
petition. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the Selectmen be instructed to apply for whatever Fed¬ 
eral or State grants that may be available and that the 
necessary permits for construction be obtained from the var¬ 
ious State and local agencies as required and to act fully 
thereon. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 











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Article 35. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate a sufficient sum of money to do certain repairs 
and install a hydraulic coupler to a front end loader and to 
act fully thereon. By request of the Board of Health. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of seven thousand two hundred dollars 
($7,200.00) be raised and appropriated for this purpose. (Duly 
Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 36. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate the sum of two thousand eight hundred and thirty 
dollars ($2,830.00) to be expended by the Cape Cod Mental 
Health Association under the direction of the Board of Health 
for services rendered to citizens of Harwich by the Mental 
Health Center at Pocasset as provided by the Massachusetts 
General Laws, Chapter 40, Section 5 and to act fully thereon. 
By request of the Board of Health. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of two thousand eight hundred thirty dollars 
($2,830.00) be raised and appropriated for this purpose. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 

Article 37. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate the sum of four thousand six hundred dollars 
($4,600.00) to be expended toward the operating expenses of 
Cape Cod Family and Children’s Service, Inc. under the di¬ 
rection of the Selectmen and to act fully thereon. By petition. 

Motion: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 38. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of four thousand five hundred dollars 
($4,500.00) to aid in the cost of Harwich Youth Hockey League, 
Inc.; said monies to be used for the rental of ice hours under 
the direction of the Board of Selectmen and to act fully 
thereon. By petition. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of three thousand dollars ($3,000.00) be raised 
and appropriated for this purpose. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 


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Article 39. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate the sum of twelve hundred dollars ($1,200.00) to be 
spent by the Harwich Chamber of Commence under the direc¬ 
tion of the Selectmen for the purposes of maintaining the 
Information Booth and defraying other Chamber of Com¬ 
merce expenses, provided that the said Chamber of Com¬ 
merce raises a like amount for these purposes and to act fully 
thereon. By request of the Chamber of Commerce. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of one thousand two hundred dollars ($1,200.00) 
be raised and appropriated for this purpose. (Duly Second¬ 
ed) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 40. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate the sum of one thousand seven hundred one dollars 
and forty-five cents ($1,701.45) to be used for the Harwich 
children being served by the Cape Cod Child Development 
Program, Inc. (Head Start). Such funds to be spent under 
the direction of the Board of Selectmen and to act fully there¬ 
on. By petition. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of one thousand seven hundred one dollars and 
forty-five cents ($1,701.45) be raised and appropriated for 
this purpose. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 41. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money for HELP of Cape Cod, 
the expenditure to be overseen by the Selectmen or proper 
Town Committee and to act fully thereon. By petition. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of one thousand four hundred dollars ($1,400.00) 
be raised and appropriated for this purpose. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 42. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate the sum of one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) to fi¬ 
nancially aid the Meals-On-Wheels, Chatham-Harwich, Inc. 
which provides nutritional meals to the elderly, handicapped 
and convalescent; said monies to be used to defray operation¬ 
al expenses and provide financial subsidization to qualified 
recipients and to act fully thereon. By petition. 


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Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) be raised 
and appropriated for this purpose. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 43. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to help defray expenses 
of the Cape Cod Council on Alcoholism; said funds to be ex¬ 
pended under the direction of the Human Services Committee 
and to act fully thereon. By petition. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of one thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500.00) 
be raised and appropriated; said funds are to be expended 
under the direction of the Board of Selectmen and to act 
fully thereon. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 44. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate a sufficient sum of money to pay the Town’s 
share of expenses of the Cape and Islands Emergency Medical 
Services System, Inc. incurred in providing paramedic train¬ 
ing, staff coordination and public information and to act fully 
thereon. By petition. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of two thousand one hundred three dollars 
($2,103.00) be raised and appropriated for this purpose. (Duly 
Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 45. To see if the Town will vote to transfer from 
Parks and Recreation Commission to the Harwich Youth 
Commission the land and the building thereon commonly 
known as the American Legion property bounded and de¬ 
scribed as follows: Northerly by land of John T. Wood, two 
hundred five (205) feet more or less; Easterly by land of 
John T. Wood, one hundred fifteen (115) feet more or less; 
Southerly by cemetery land adjoining the West Harwich Bap¬ 
tist Church, two hundred twenty (220) feet, more or less; and 
Westerly by a Town Road known as “School Street” one hun¬ 
dred fifty feet (150) more or less; the premises being known 
as the Old Harwich School property in West Harwich and to 
act fully thereon. By request of the Parks & Recreation Com¬ 
mission. 


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Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 

Article 46. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate the sum of six thousand six hundred sixty dollars 
($6,660.00) to financially aid the following programs: 


Helikon Theatre . $1,500.00 

Harwich Mariner Basketball Team . 1,210.00 

Harwich Junior Theatre . 1,000.00 

Harwich Town Band . 2,000.00 

Harwich Lassie League . 950.00 


and to act fully thereon. By request of the Parks & Recre¬ 
ation Commission. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of six thousand fifty dollars ($6,050.00) be 
raised and appropriated for this purpose as follows: 


Helikon Theatre . $1,500.00 

Harwich Mariners Basketball Team . 600.00 

Harwich Junior Theatre . 1,000.00 

Harwich Town Band . 2,000.00 

Harwich Lassie League . 950.00 

(Duly Seconded) 


Amendment: That the main motion be amended to 
read that this article be accepted and adopted and that the 
sum of $4,550.00 be raised and appropriated for this pur¬ 


pose as follows: 

Harwich Mariners Basketball Team . $600.00 

Harwich Junior Theatre . 1,000.00 

Harwich Town Band . 2,000.00 

Harwich Lassie League . 950.00 

(Duly Seconded) 


Action on Amendment: It is NOT a vote. (Voice vote) 

Action on Motion: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 47. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate the sum of six hundred ninety-six dollars ($696.00) 
for the purpose of renting portable toilets during the sum¬ 
mer months for Wixon Memorial and Whitehouse Field and 
to act fully thereon. By request of the Parks & Recreation 
Commission. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of six hundred ninety-six dollars ($696.00) be 
raised and appropriated for this purpose. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 
















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Article 48. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate a sufficient sum of money to completely fence 
the playing area of Whitehouse Field and to act fully thereon. 
By request of the Parks & Recreation Commission. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of three thousand six hundred eighty-five dol¬ 
lars ($3,685.00) be raised and appropriated for this purpose. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 49. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate a sufficient sum of money for the purchase and 
installation of a lighting system for the Harwich Jr./Sr. High 
School auditorium and to act fully thereon. By request of 
the School Committee. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of one thousand seven hundred thirty-nine dol¬ 
lars ($1,739.00) be transferred from Article 11, of the Special 
Town Meeting held on October 13, 1976 and that the sum 
of seventeen thousand two hundred thirty-six dollars 
($17,236.00) be raised and appropriated to a total of eighteen 
thousand nine hundred seventy-five dollars ($18,975.00) for 
this purpose. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 50. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00) to 
be used for the purpose of installing a bituminous concrete 
surface type E-I on the Harwich Jr./Sr. High School track 
and to act fully thereon. By request of the School Committee. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00) be raised 
and appropriated to install a bituminous concrete surface 
Type 1-1 on the Harwich Junior /Senior High School track. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 51. To see if the Town will vote to accept Chap¬ 
ter 639, Section 71-E of the General Laws which provides as 
follows: “In any City or Town which accepts this section, 
all monies received by the School Committee in connection 
with the conduct of Adult Education and Continuing Edu¬ 
cation Programs, including, but not limited to adult physical 
fitness programs conducted under Section 71B, Summer 


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School Programs and programs designated by prior vote of 
said Committee as Community School Programs, and in con¬ 
nection with the use of School property under Section 71, 
shall be deposited with the Treasurer of the Town or City 
and held as separate accounts” and to act fully thereon. By 
request of the School Committee. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Following Action on Article 51., the Moderator called a 
ten minute recess. The meeting reconvened at 9:30 P.M. and 
the Chair recognized Marguerite E. Marion who offered the 
following resolution: 

Be it resolved: 

That the voters of Harwich in this Town Meeting as¬ 
sembly do hereby extend their congratulations to the Har¬ 
wich High School Girls’ Varsity Basketball Team and their 
coach, Larry Zabielski, for winning the Southern Massachu¬ 
setts Division III Championship; the Eastern Massachusetts 
Division III Championship and as runners-up in the Massa¬ 
chusetts State Finals of Division III. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

At this point the Quorum was questioned. The following 
Tellers were appointed and duly sworn to their duties by the 
Moderator: Daniel O’Leary, Philip V. R. Thomson, David 
Scannell and Norman Ostby. Their count was 372 registered 
voters in the gymnasium (quorum requirement—300); the 
meeting continued. 

Article 52. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate a sufficient sum of money for the completion of 
the fire protection system at the Harwich Elementary School 
and to act fully thereon. By request of the School Committee. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of twelve thousand eight hundred ninety-five 
dollars ($12,895.00) be raised and appropriated for this pur¬ 
pose. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 53. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
School Committee to dispose of by sale, donation, or other 


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means, unused School equipment and to act fully thereon. 
By request of the School Committee. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that all funds received from the sale of this surplus property 
be returned to the General Fund. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 54. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate the sum of sixteen thousand eight hundred sixty 
five dollars and fifty seven cents ($16,865.57) for the purpose 
of paying teacher’s salaries and to act fully thereon. By re¬ 
quest of the School Committee. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of sixteen thousand eight hundred sixty-five 
dollars and fifty-seven cents ($16,865.57) be raised and ap¬ 
propriated for this purpose. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 

Article 55. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate a sufficient sum of money to cover the costs of 
moving the old Police garage building from its present lo¬ 
cation on Sisson Road to the Mount Pleasant Cemetery or 
other suitable location and making necessary improvements 
and repairs thereto to provide for the use of the Cemetery 
Commission a suitable storage facility and to act fully there¬ 
on. By request of the Cemetery Commission. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of four thousand dollars ($4,000.00) be raised 
and appropriated for this purpose. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 56. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate the sum of five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) for the 
Harwich Conservation Commission and to act fully thereon. 
By request of the Conservation Commission. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) be raised 
and appropriated for this purpose. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 57. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money and to authorize the 
Building Department to purchase and equip one (1) new 
vehicle for use by the Building Inspector and to act fully 
thereon. By request of the Building Inspector. 


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Motion: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: It is NOT a vote. (Voice vote) 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of six thousand eight hundred dollars ($6,800.00) 
be raised and appropriated for this purpose. (Duly Second¬ 
ed) 

Action: A standing Vote was taken 

YES 239 
NO 60 

Tellers: Philip V. R. Thomson, David Scanned, Norman 
Ostby, Daniel O’Leary. 

Article 58. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) to 
be used by the Building Department, at the direction of the 
Selectmen, to secure and/or remove dangerous buildings in 
the Town of Harwich in accordance with the provisions of 
General Laws Chapter 143, Section 9 and to act fully thereon. 
By request of the Building Inspector. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of one thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500.00) 
be raised and appropriated for this purpose. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 59. To see if the Town will vote to expend the 
refunded dog tax for support of Brooks Free Library and to 
act fully thereon. By request of the Trustees of Brooks Free 
Library. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 

Article 60. To see if the Town will vote to instruct the 
Selectmen to disburse the funds allocated by the State under 
the Acts of 1960, as amended by the Acts of 1963, Chapter 672 
and as further amended by the Acts of 1970, Chapter 636 and 
the Acts of 1971, Chapter 1003, for aid to Harwich Libraries, 
in accordance with customary procedure and to act fully 
thereon. By request of the Trustees of Brooks Free Library. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 


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Article 61. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate a sufficient sum of money to purchase an ad¬ 
dressing machine and an electric typewriter for the Harwich 
Council On Aging and to act fully thereon. By request of the 
Council On Aging. 

Motion: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 62. To see if the Town will vote to purchase or 
take by eminent domain approximately two and one-half 
acres (2 y 2 ) of land, formerly owned by Theodore Hunt, on 
Bank Street, adjacent to the Fire Station. The parcel is 
shown as Lot 2 on a plan recorded at the Barnstable Registry 
of Deeds in Plan Book 316, Page 70 and includes the forty 
foot (40') wide private way shown on said plan. Said land 
to be acquired for use in connection with the Fire Station 
or other municipal purposes; said land to be under the juris¬ 
diction of the Board of Selectmen and to act fully thereon. 
By request of the Fire Chief. 

Motion: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: It is NOT a vote. (Voice vote) 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of $14,000.00 be raised and appropriated for this 
purpose. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: A Standing Vote was taken. 

YES 291 
NO 19 

(A 2/3 vote being required) 

Tellers: David Scannell, Daniel O’Leary, Norman Ostby 
and Philip V. R. Thomson 

Article 63. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money for the purpose of pur¬ 
chasing and equipping a new Ambulance for the Fire Depart¬ 
ment and to act fully thereon. By request of the Fire Chief. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of twenty eight thousand seven hundred and 
twenty-two dollars ($28,722.00) be raised and appropriated 
and that the Selectmen be authorized to sell to the highest 
bidder one (1) 1972 Chevrolet Ambulance now owned by the 


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PROPOSED LAND ACQUISITION 
A T 

HARWICH CENTER FIRE STATION 

ARTICLE 62 


Town and said sums to be returned to General Revenue and 
to act fully thereon. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 64. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate a sufficient sum of money for the purpose of 
hiring four (4) more new firemen and to act fully thereon. 
By request of the Fire Chief. 

Motion: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
(Duly Seconded) 































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Action: A standing Vote was taken. 

YES 90 

NO 188 

It is NOT a vote. 

Tellers: Philip V. R. Thomson, David Scanned, Daniel 
O’Leary and Bradford Davis in place of Norman Ostby. (Mr. 
Davis was duly sworn to his duties.) 

At this point the Quorum was questioned. The same Tel¬ 
lers previously appointed, tallied a count of 303 Registered 
Voters (Quorum—300) and the meeting continued. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of forty five thousand dollars ($45,000.00) be 
raised and appropriated for this purpose. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Following Action on Article 64., the Moderator entertained 
a motion to adjourn. 

Motion: I move that this Annual Town Meeting be ad¬ 
journed until next Monday, April 10, 1978, at 7:30 P.M. here 
in the High School Gymnasium. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

TOWN OF HARWICH 
SPECIAL TOWN MEETING WARRANT 

April 6, 1978 

THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS 
BARNSTABLE, ss: 

To either of the Constables of the Town of Harwich in 
said County, 

Greeting: 

In the name of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts you 
are hereby directed to notify and warn the inhabitants of 
said Town qualified to vote in elections and Town affairs to 
meet in the High School Gymnasium, Oak Street, in said 
Town on Thursday, April 6, 1978 at 7:30 P.M. then and there 
to act on the following articles: 

Hereof fail not and make returns of this warrant with 
your doings thereon at the time and place of said meeting. 

Given under our hands this eighth day of March, 1978. 

s/DONN B. GRIFFIN 
s/HADEN G. GREENHALGH 
S/BARRY A. HEMEON 
Selectmen of Harwich 


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A true copy: 

s/JOSEPH BARBER 

Attest: JOSEPH BARBER, Constable 

March 23, 1978 

By virtue of this warrant I have this day notified and 
warned the inhabitants of this Town of Harwich, qualified to 
vote in elections and Town affairs to meet in the Harwich 
High School Gymnasium, Oak Street, in said Town on Thurs¬ 
day, April 6, 1978 at the time and place for the purpose here¬ 
in named by posting up attested copies thereof in the four 
(4) Post Office buildings in the Town of Harwich, fourteen 
days at least before the time of said meeting as within di¬ 
rected, and causing an attested copy thereof to be published 
in the Oracle, a newspaper published in Barnstable County 
and having its circulation in the Town of Harwich. 

s/JOSEPH BARBER 
Constable 


April 6, 1978 

The Special Town Meeting was held in the High School 
Gymnasium, Oak Street, Harwich, at 7:30 P.M. on April 6, 
1978. 

At 7:30 P.M. the meeting was called to order by the Mod¬ 
erator, Michael D. Ford, then recessed for lack of a quorum. 
At 7:50 P.M. the Moderator reconvened the meeting and de¬ 
clared a quorum present. A total of 325 Registered Voters 
attended. 

The Warrant and Return of the Warrant were read by 
the Temporary Town Clerk, Alice H. Stanford; there being 
no objection, the reading of the articles was dispensed with 
and the meeting proceeded, after the usual procedural ex¬ 
planations by Mr. Ford. 

Article 1. To see if the Town will vote to accept the 
layouts of the following roads: Round Cove Road (Rte. 28 to 
Round Cove Town Landing), Paddock Drive, Lakewood Drive, 
Christopher Way, Philip Court as recommended by the Board 
of Selectmen under date of February 14, 1978 and to auth¬ 
orize the Selectmen to purchase or take by eminent domain 
the land or interest in the land within said layouts and to 
raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of money for this pur¬ 
pose and to act fully thereon. By request of the Board of Se-. 
lectmen. 


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Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted anc 
that the sum of three thousand seven hundred fifty-two dol¬ 
lars ($3,752.00) be transferred from available funds for this 
purpose. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 

Article 2. To see if the Town will vote to accept the lay¬ 
outs for the following roads: Sisson Road, Harwich and Riv¬ 
erside Drive (at Lower County Road), West Harwich as re¬ 
commended by the Board of Selectmen under date of Febru¬ 
ary 14, 1978 and to authorize the Selectmen to purchase or 
take by eminent domain the land or interest in the land 
within said layouts and to raise and appropriate a sufficient 
sum of money for this purpose and to act fully thereon. By 
request of the Board of Selectmen. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of three hundred ninety-seven dollars ($397.00) 
be transferred from available funds for this purpose. (Duly 
Seconded) 

Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 

Article 3. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate or take from available funds the sum of five thou¬ 
sand dollars ($5,000.00) as provided in Massachusetts Gen¬ 
eral Laws, Chapter 40, Section 5, Clause 39, to help defray 
expenses in providing facilities for training, rehabilitation 
and employment of mentally retarded and handicapped resi¬ 
dents of the Town of Harwich employed at Nauset Workshop, 
Inc., Hyannis, Massachusetts, or to do anything in relation 
thereto, to be spent under the supervision of the Board of Di¬ 
rectors of Nauset Workshop and to act fully thereon. By re¬ 
quest of Nauset Workshop, Inc. and the Board of Selectmen. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) be raised 
and appropriated for this purpose. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 4. Shall the Town, in addition to the payment 
of fifty per cent (50 % ) of a premium for contributory group 
life and health insurance for employees in the service of the 
Town and their dependents, pay a subsidiary or additional 
rate and to act fully thereon. By petition. 

Motion: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

(Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 


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Article 5. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to pay additional insur¬ 
ance premiums under Chapter 32 B of the Massachusetts 
General Laws and to act fully thereon. By petition. 

Motion: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 6. To see if the Town will vote to accept funds 
(approximately thirteen thousand three hundred twenty dol¬ 
lars ($13,320.00) from the Cape Cod Mosquito Control Pro¬ 
ject and to place said funds in a special account with the 
Town Treasurer; said funds to be used by the Town of Har¬ 
wich Engineering Department for drainage projects of mutu¬ 
al benefit to the Town and Cape Cod Mosquito Control and 
to act fully thereon. By request of the Town Engineer. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 

Article 7. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to acquire U.S. Govern¬ 
ment surplus equipment for use by various Town depart¬ 
ments; said funds to be spent under the jurisdiction of the 
Board of Selectmen and to act fully thereon. By request of 
the Board of Selectmen. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) be raised 
and appropriated for this purpose. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 8. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
Board of Selectmen to grant to Lois A. Hellstrom, of 17 Bay 
View Road, Harwich Port, an easement over, under or along 
a strip of land running approximately east to west across 
Snow Inn Road in Harwich Port for the purpose of laying, 
maintaining and operating through and upon said strip a 
sewer pipe line between land of the said Lois A. Hellstrom 
located on the easterly side of Snow Inn Road (shown as Lot 
B on Land Court Plan 15532-A) and other land of the said 
Lois A. Hellstrom located on the westerly side of Snow Inn 
Road (shown as Lot A on Land Court Plan 13233-B), said 
strip of land to be placed on the ground in such location as 
the Selectmen deem most advantageous and said easement 


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to be granted upon such terms as the Selectmen in their 
discretion deem appropriate, and further provided that said 
sewer pipe shall be installed underground and that the sur¬ 
face of Snow Inn Road shall be restored to its former 
condition all at the expense of the said Lois A. Hellstrom and 
to act fully thereon. By petition. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 

Article 9. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money for a professional re¬ 
valuation of all real and certain personal property in Har¬ 
wich and to act fully thereon. By request of the Board of 
Assessors. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of sixty three thousand dollars ($63,000.00) be 
transferred from available Overlay Surplus Account and that 
sixty three thousand dollars ($63,000.00) be raised and ap¬ 
propriated to a total of one hundred twenty-six thousand 
dollars ($126,000.00) for this purpose. (Duly Seconded) 

Following lengthy debate, the question was moved with 
a Standing Vote 

YES 341 
NO 32 

Tellers appointed and duly sworn by the Moderator for 
this article were James Peterson, Charles McLaughlin, Jr., 
Bradford Davis and Norman Ostby. 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 10. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to hire permanent and 
temporary help, purchase the necessary forms, supplies and 
computer services, retain legal counsel and to defray any 
other costs incurred in revaluation of all real and certain 
personal property in Harwich and to act fully thereon. By 
request of the Board of Assessors. 

Motion: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 11. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money for the purpose of re¬ 
placing twenty-two (22) steel power centers at Saquatucket 


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Marina with Hubell fiberglass power centers and to act fully 
thereon. By request of the Harbormaster. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of one thousand five hundred fifty-five dollars 
and seventy-nine cents ($1,555.79) be transferred from avail¬ 
able funds, and that the sum of six thousand seven hundred 
sixty-four dollars and twenty-one cents ($6,764.21) be trans¬ 


ferred from the unexpended balances of the following articles 
to a total of eight thousand three hundred twenty dollars 
($8,320.00) for this purpose. 

Art. 17 - 1961 Condemnation old Buildings $24.77 

Art. 106 - 1964 Survey Town Property 253.01 

Art. 109 - 1964 Condemn & Destroy old Buildings 100.00 
Art. 68 - 1970 Signs 15.51 

Art. 6, STM - 12/3/74 Kings Highway Expense 50.52 

Art. 4, STM - 4/12/76 Mobile & Portable Radio 706.35 

Art. 25 - 1976 Highway Dept. Roller 230.00 

Art. 40 - 1976 Parts II & III, Parks & Recreation 34.05 

Art. 47 - 1977 Cape Cod Families & Children Services, 

Inc. 4,600.00 

Art. 67 - 1977 Part II Soccer, Parks & Recreation 750.00 


Action: 


(Duly Seconded) 


$6,764.21 


It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 


Article 12. To see if the Town will vote to amend the 
Zoning By-Laws, SECTION II, DEFINITIONS, by inserting 
the following new definition after the definition of SIGN, 
SURFACE AREA OF to read as follows: 

•ft 

SPECIAL PERMIT GRANTING AUTHORITY: The Board 
of Appeals established hereunder shall be the Special Permit 
Granting Authority. 

And further to amend said SECTION II by inserting a 
new definition after the definition of PARKING SPACE 
which new definition shall read as follows: 

PERMIT GRANTING AUTHORITY: The Board of Ap¬ 
peals established hereunder shall be the Permit Granting 
Authority. 

And to further amend said By-law, SECTION IV, IN¬ 
TERPRETATION AND APPLICATION, by deleting therefrom 
paragraph B and substituting in place thereof the following 
new paragraph B to read as follows: 



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B. APPLICATION. Except as herein provided or as speci¬ 
fically exempted by the Zoning Act, the provisions of this By- 
Law shall apply to the erection, construction, reconstruction, 
alteration or use of buildings and structures and to the use 
and creation of lots. As provided herein and in the Zoning 
Act, existing uses and structures lawfully established or con¬ 
structed which do not comply with the provisions of the By- 
Law may continue as nonconforming. Existing lots lawfully 
laid out by plan or deed which complied at the time of lay¬ 
out with applicable provisions of Zoning By-Laws, if any, 
may be built upon for single family residential purposes pro¬ 
vided : 

(a) Said lots have fifty (50) foot of frontage and five 
thousand (5,000) square feet of area; 

(b) The buildings to be located thereon are set back ten 
(10) feet from side and rear lot lines and twenty-five (25) 
feet from street lot lines; 

(c) Said lots are buildable under other applicable pro¬ 
visions of the law; and 

(d) If said lots are shown on a subdivision plan as de¬ 
fined in the Subdivision Control Law which plan has been 
approved by the Planning Board, the roads shown on such 
plan have been installed in accordance with Planning Board 
requirements, if any, in effect at the time the plan was sub¬ 
mitted to the Planning Board and a release of the road cove¬ 
nant or release of other security, if any, has been obtained 
from the Board prior to five years from the date of endorse¬ 
ment of approval or prior to the lots becoming non-conform¬ 
ing whichever occurs later. 

And to further amend said By-Law, SECTION V, USE 
REGULATIONS, TABLE 1, by adding to paragraph IV of said 
table the following new subparagraph 36 to read as follows: 

36. Uses, whether or not on the same parcel as activities 
permitted as a matter of right, accessory to activities per¬ 
mitted as a matter of right, which activities are necessary 
in connection with scientific research or scientific develop¬ 
ment or related production. 

Said use as described in new paragraph 36 to be a per¬ 
missive use on special permit from the Board of Appeals in 
all zoning districts and so designated by inserting an “S” in 
the table under those zoning district headings, and said use 
to be prohibited in all other zoning districts. 


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And to further amend the Zoning By-Law, SECTION X, 
ADMINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT, paragraph B, by 
deleting therefrom the last sentence and substituting in place 
thereof the following: 

The rights authorized by a variance must be exercised 
within one (1) year of the date of grant of such a variance 
or said rights shall lapse. Rights authorized by a special per¬ 
mit must be exercised within two (2) years of the date of 
grant thereof. Said time periods shall not include the period 
of time during which any appeal of a decision is being pro¬ 
cessed to final judgment in any court. Notwithstanding the 
foregoing provisions, any subsequent amendment of this Zon¬ 
ing By-Law shall apply to construction or use authorized by 
a special permit unless the construction or use is commenced 
within a period of not more than six (6) months after the 
issuance of the permit exclusive of any time period involved 
in appealing the grant of a permit through the courts, and in 
cases involving construction after a bona fide start unless 
said construction is continued through to completion as con¬ 
tinuously and expeditiously as is reasonable under the ap¬ 
plicable circumstances. 

And to further amend the Zoning By-Law, SECTION X, 
ADMINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT, paragraph E. 
BOARD OF APPEALS, by deleting therefrom the first sen¬ 
tence and substituting in place thereof the folowing: 

E. BOARD OF APPEALS. There is hereby created a 
Board of Appeals of five (5) members and five (5) associate 
members. 

And to further amend said By-Law, SECTION X, AD¬ 
MINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT, paragraph G by in¬ 
serting in said paragraph after the first sentence and before 
subparagraph (1) the following: 

Special permits shall only be issued following public hear¬ 
ings held within sixty-five (65) days after filing of an appli¬ 
cation with the Board of Appeals, a copy of which shall 
forthwith be given to the city or town clerk by the applicant 
and all notices and other requirements provided by the Zon¬ 
ing Act shall govern said hearing. 

And to further amend said By-Law, SECTION X, AD¬ 
MINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT, by changing the de¬ 
signation of the present paragraph H to paragraph I and in¬ 
serting a new paragraph H to read as follows: 


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H. VARIANCES. The Board shall have the power to 
hear and decide applications for variances from the provisions 
of the Protective By-Laws including the power to grant a 
variance authorizing a use or activity not otherwise permit¬ 
ted in the district in which the land or structure is located. 
Variances may be granted by the Board only after a public 
hearing and only after the Board has made the finding re¬ 
quired by the Zoning Act. 

And to further amend the Zoning By-Law, SECTION X, 
ADMINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT, by inserting after 
paragraph I as designated above, the following new para¬ 
graph designated paragraph J to read as follows: 

J. NONCONFORMING USES. Pre-existing non-con¬ 
forming structures or uses may be changed, extended or al¬ 
tered on special permit from the Board of Appeals provided 
that no such change, extension or alteration shall be permit¬ 
ted unless there is a finding by the Board that such change, 
extension or alteration shall not be substantially more de¬ 
trimental to the neighborhood than the existing non-con- 
forming use. 

And to further amend said By-Law by deleting there¬ 
from the word “Enabling” wherever it appears. 

These proposed amendments, if adopted, would conform 
the Zoning By-Law of the Town of Harwich to the require¬ 
ments of the General Laws, Chapter 40A, as amended by St. 
1975, c. 808 and to act fully thereon. By request of the Plan¬ 
ning Board. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the Zoning By-Law be amended in the manner set forth 
in said Article with the following changes to the text of the 
amendments as set forth therein: 

I. Delete the word, “the” where it appears before the 
words, “By-Law” in the seventh line of paragraph B. 
APPLICATION and substitute in place thereof the 
word, “this”. 

2. Subparagraph (a) of paragraph B. APPLICATION 
should read as follows: 

“(a) Said lots have a minimum of fifty (50) feet of 
frontage and five thousand (5,000) square feet of 
area.” 

3. In subparagraph (b) of paragraph B. APPLICATION, 
insert the words, “at least” in the first line of said 


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subparagraph after the word, “back” — and again in 
the second line of said subparagraph before the words 
“twenty-five”. 

4. Designate the use authorized and described in new 
paragraph 36, TABLE OF USE REGULATIONS, as 
allowed on special permit in all zoning districts. 

5. Delete the words, “city or” where they appear before 
the words, “town clerk” in the fourth line of the 
sentence to be added after the first sentence of para¬ 
graph G. 

(Duly Seconded) 

Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 

Article 13. To see if the Town will vote to amend the 
Zoning By-Law SECTION IX, OFF-STREET PARKING 
REGULATIONS, by deleting from said section, TABLE 4, OFF- 
STREET PARKING STANDARDS by substituting in place 
thereof the following new TABLE 4 entitled OFF-STREET 
PARKING STANDARDS to read as follows: 


USE 

NUMBER OF PARKING 
SPACES PER UNIT 

Single Dwelling Unit 

Two spaces 

Guest House, Motel, Hotel 
or Multifamily Dwelling 

One & one-half spaces per rental 
or dwelling unit 

Restaurants 

One space for each 4 units of 
rated capacity. 

Retail, Service, Stores, 
Miscellaneous Business or 
Professional Offices 

One space per each 200 sq. ft. 
floor area devoted to customer 

use 

Places of Public Assembly 

One space for each 4 units of 
rated capacity 


and to act fully thereon, by request of the Planing Board. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 

Article 14. To see if the Town will vote to amend the 
Zoning By-Law, SECTION VI, AREA, HEIGHT AND BULK 
REGULATIONS, Table 3, HEIGHT AND BULK REGULA¬ 
TIONS, by deleting the number 768 wherever it occurs in the 
column headed “Minimum residential net floor area (sq. ft.)” 





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and substituting in place thereof the word “none.” This 
amendment is required by the Zoning Act of Chapter 40A, 
Section 3 as enacted by ST. 1975, c 808 and to act fully there¬ 
on. By request of the Planning Board. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 

Article 15. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
Board of Water Commissioners to make application to the 
State and/or Federal Government for funds which may be 
available under any present or future local aid program or 
programs and to accept said funds to be used for the improve¬ 
ment of the Harwich Water Department System and to act 
fully thereon. By request of the Board of Water Com¬ 
missioners. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 16. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to be used for the ex¬ 
tension of water mains on Town Ways as the Board of Water 
Commissioners shall determine and to act fully thereon. By 
request of the Board of Water Commissioners. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of thirty thousand dollars ($30,000.00) be trans¬ 
ferred from Article 37 of the Annual Town Meeting of 1977 
and that the sum of seventy thousand dollars ($70,000.00) be 
transferred from sums available or to be received in the Fed¬ 
eral Revenue Sharing Account for this purpose. (Duly 
Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 17. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to be used in conjunction 
with monies previously appropriated to paint the elevated 
tank at Kildee Hill and to act fully thereon. By request of 
the Board of Water Commissioners. 

Motion: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 


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Article 18. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to purchase and equip a 
new pick-up truck to be used by the Water Department and 
to act fully thereon. By request of the Board of Water Com¬ 
missioners. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of four thousand six hundred dollars ($4,600.00) 
be raised and appropriated for this purpose. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 19. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to purchase or take by 
eminent domain for Highway purposes the land on Queen 
Anne Road; said land is more particularly described as fol¬ 
lows: beginning at the northeasterly corner of land owned 
by J. Albert Bassett et al, at the Old Brewster Road and 
Queen Anne Road intersection; thence running southwester¬ 
ly by the Old Brewster Road and land of J. Albert Bassett et 
al at a distance of 520 feet more or less to land of the Heirs 
of John A. Baker; thence southwesterly by said Heirs land 
200 feet more or less to land of the Town of Harwich; thence 
S 82° 06' 04" W a distance of 625 feet more or less by said 
Town of Harwich land to land of the Heirs of Susan Under¬ 
wood and Heirs of Alfred Eldredge; thence northwesterly 
by said Heirs land a distance of 615 feet more or less to 
Queen Anne Road; thence northeasterly by Queen Anne Road 
a distance of 875 feet more or less to the Old Brewster Road 
and the place of beginning. Said described parcel contains 
11 acres more or less and to act fully thereon. By request of 
the Highway Surveyor. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
the sum of $19,500.00 be raised and appropriated for this 
purpose, and the Selectmen be authorized to purchase or take 
by eminent domain all or any portion of the following de¬ 
scribed parcel of land: 

Beginning at the northeasterly corner of land owned by 
J. Albert Bassett et al at the intersection of the Old Brewster 
Road and Queen Ann Road; THENCE running southwesterly 
by the center of the Old Brewster Road, a distance of 511.87 
feet, more or less, to a concrete bound; THENCE continuing 
southwesterly along the center of the Old Brewster Road, 200 
feet, more or less, to land of the Town of Harwich; THENCE 
southwesterly by land of the Town of Harwich, a distance of 
625 feet, more or less, to a point; THENCE northeasterly, a 


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distance of 615 feet, more or less, to Queen Anne Road; 
THENCE northeasterly by Queen Anne Road, a distance of 
875 feet, more or less, to the point of beginning. (Duly 
Seconded) 

Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 

Article 20. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to hot mix and make 
certain improvements to the parking lot at Pleasant Road 
beach and to act fully thereon. By request of the Board of 
Selectmen. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of fifteen thousand two hundred dollars 
($15,200.00) be transferred from available funds or to be re¬ 
ceived in the Federal Revenue Sharing Account. (Duly 
Seconded) 

Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 

Motion: I move that this meeting be adjourned. (Duly 
Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

April 10, 1978 

The third session of the Annual Town Meeting was held 
in the High School Gymnasium, Oak Street, Harwich. The 
Moderator, Michael D. Ford, called the meeting to order at 
7:30 P.M.; then recessed for lack of a quorum. At 7:45 P.M., 
the Moderator reconvened the meeting and declared a quo¬ 
rum present. A total of 522 Registered Voters attended 
(quorum — 300). 

Mr. Ford recognized Donn B. Griffin, Chairman of the 
Board of Selectmen, who made the following statement: 

“It is with a great deal of sadness that I report the death 
of Finance Committee Member Dick Wales. He died during 
open heart surgery today. We have ordered all municipal 
flags to be flown at half-mast until after the funeral ser¬ 
vices. I would like to offer the following resolution: 

Be it resolved: 

That the Town stand for a moment of silence to 
honor the memory of the late Richard Wales, Fi¬ 
nance Committee Member, Waterways Chairman, 
Sportsman and Friend. Let the official records of 
the Town be inscribed with this Resolution.” 


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Motion: That this resolution be accepted and adopted. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

The moderator made the usual procedural announce¬ 
ments; then read the next article in the Annual Town Meet¬ 
ing: 

Article 65. To see if the Town will vote to accept from 
the Estate of the late Benjamin F.C. Whitehouse a bequest 
of ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00); said sum to be deposited 
in an interest bearing account in the Cape Cod Five Cents 
Savings Bank and the income therefrom to be used annually 
to help defray the cost of maintaining Whitehouse Field and 
to act fully thereon. By request of the Board of Selectmen. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 

Article 66. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate the sum of two thousand five hundred dollars 
($2,500.00) to help defray the costs of the Harwich Town 
Baseball Team; said money to be spent under the direction 
of the Board of Selectmen and to act fully thereon. By re¬ 
quest of the Harwich Athletic Association. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500.00) 
be raised and appropriated for this purpose. (Duly Second¬ 
ed) 

Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 

Article 67. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of fifteen hundred dollars ($1,500.00) to 
purchase two (2) traffic counters for use by the Town Engi¬ 
neering Department and to authorize the Town to apply to 
the Commonwealth for whatever reimbursement may be 
available in connection with such acquisition and to act 
fully thereon. By request of the Town Engineer. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of one thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500.00) 
be raised and appropriated and to authorize the Town En¬ 
gineer to apply for whatever reimbursements may be avail¬ 
able. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 


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Article 68. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of three thousand dollars ($3,000.00) to 
purchase construction materials to be used in conjunction 
with labor provided by the Massachusetts Division of Marine 
Fisheries for the purpose of constructing a fish ladder and 
spillway at Hinckleys Pond and Herring River and to act 
fully thereon. By request of the Town Engineer. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of three thousand dollars ($3,000.00) be raised 
and appropriated for this purpose. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 69. To see if the Town will vote to purchase or 
take by eminent domain a parcel of land on the west side of 
Oak Street, Harwich, bounded and described as follows: Be¬ 
ginning at the northeast corner of the parcel at a concrete 
road bound on the west sideline of Oak Street; thence south¬ 
erly by the west sideline of Oak Street 850 feet more or less 
to a point; thence westerly along the northerly property line 
of William C. Sigel 242 feet more or less to a point; thence 
continuing westerly through the Sigel property 185 feet more 
or less to a point on the westerly property line of said Sigel; 
thence northerly in three courses 132 feet more or less, 149 
feet more or less, and 500 feet more or less to a point; thence 
easterly in two courses 354 feet more or less and 10 feet more 
or less to the point of beginning; said described parcel con¬ 
tains 7.1 acres more or less; said land to be acquired for use 
as the site of a new Town Hall and to raise and appropriate 
a sufficient sum of money for this purpose and to act fully 
thereon. By request of the Board of Selectmen. 

Motion: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Following lengthly debate, the Question was moved to 
terminate debate. 

Action: A Standing Vote was taken 

YES 453 
NO 35 

Nate: Tellers appointed and duly sworn by the Moderator 
were William Doherty, Richard Burton, David Scannell and 
Norman Ostby. 

Action on Motion: So voted by voice vote. 


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Article 70. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
Selectmen to make application to the State or Federal Gov¬ 
ernment for funds which may be available under any present 
or future local aid program or programs for the purpose of 
preparing plans for and constructing a new Town Hall facil¬ 
ity and to raise and appropriate the sum of five thousand 
dollars ($5,000.00) for preliminary plans and costs connected 
with applying for such aid and to act fully thereon. By re¬ 
quest of the Board of Selectmen. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) be raised 
and appropriated for the purpose of preliminary plans for 
either a new Town Hall or an addition and to act fully 
thereon. (Duly Seconded) 

Amendment: That the main motion be amended to read 
as follows: “the article be accepted and adopted and that the 
sum of $5,000.00 be raised and appropriated for the purpose 
of preliminary plans for either a new Town Hall or an ad¬ 
dition and renovations to the present Town Hall, said plans 
to be prepared under the direction of a seven (7) member 
committee to be appointed by the Board of Selectmen; said 
committee to report at a Special or Annual Town Meeting 
and to act fully thereon”. (Duly Seconded) 

Action on Amendment: A Standing Vote was taken 

YES 200 
NO 233 

It is NOT a vote. 

Tellers: William Doherty, David Scannell, Norman Ostby 
and Harold Gabriel in place of Mr. Burton. (Mr. Gabriel was 
duly sworn to his duties by Mr. Ford.) 

Action on Motion: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 71. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to purchase a turf truck 
type vehicle for use at the Cranberry Valley Golf Course; 
said money to be spent under the direction of the Golf Com¬ 
mission and to act fully thereon. By request of the Harwich 
Golf Commission. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of two thousand seven hundred eighty-eight 
dollars ($2,788.00) be raised and appropriated for this pur¬ 
pose. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 


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Article 72. To see if the Town will vote to transfer one 
(1) power utility vehicle now owned by the Town from the 
Golf Commission to the Parks and Recreation Commission 
and to act fully thereon. By request of the Golf Commission. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 73. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate a sufficient sum of money to purchase and equip 
one (1) new 5-gang 132" reel power mower for use at the 
Cranberry Valley Golf Course; said money to be spent under 
the direction of the Golf Commission and to authorize the 
Golf Commission to trade in one (1) 84" Turf King reel power 
mower now owned by the Town, the sum received from said 
trade to be used toward the purchase of the new mower and 
to act fully thereon. By request of the Golf Commission. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of six thousand nine hundred forty-five dollars 
($6,945.00) be raised and appropriated for this purpose. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 74. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to make repairs and al¬ 
terations to the heating system at Brooks Academy and to 
act fully thereon. By request of the Board of Selectmen. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of five hundred dollars ($500.00) be raised and 
appropriated for plans and specifications and that the Se¬ 
lectmen be authorized to apply for whatever Federal or State 
grants may be available and to act fully thereon. (Duly 
Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 75. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate the sum of six hundred dollars ($600.00) for the 
purpose of leasing two narcels of beach land now or formerly 
of the Estate of Douglas P. Allison, which abuts Town-owned 
beach at the foot of Bank Street according to a plan on 
file with the Town Clerk for the months of July, August and 
September, 1978 and June, 1979 and to act fully thereon. By 
request of the Board of Selectmen. 


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Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of six hundred dollars ($600.00) be raised and 
appropriated for this purpose. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 

Article 76. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000.00) to be added 
to the Dredging Reserve Fund and to act fully thereon. By 
request of the Board of Selectmen. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000.00) be 
raised and appropriated for this purpose. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 77. To see if the Town will assume liability in 
the manner provided by Section 29 of Chapter 91 of the 
General Laws as amended by Chapter 516 and 524, Acts of 
1950, for all damages that may be incurred by work to be 
performed by the Department of Public Works of Massachu¬ 
setts, for the improvement, development, maintenance and 
protection of tidal and non-tidal rivers and streams, harbors, 
tidewaters, foreshores, and shores along a public beach out¬ 
side of Boston Harbor including the Merrimack and Con¬ 
necticut Rivers in accordance with Section 11 of Chapter 
91 of the General Laws and authorize the Selectmen to ex¬ 
ecute and deliver a bond of indemnity to the Commonwealth. 
Customary article. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 

Article 78. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate a sufficient sum of money to acquire or take by 
eminent domain the property now or formerly owned by 
Pauline F. Derick and others on Herring River as described 
in a deed recorded at Barnstable Registry of Deeds Book 1466, 
Page 663 and to act fully thereon. By request of the Board of 
Selectmen. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of five thousand three hundred fifty dollars 
($5,350.00) be raised and appropriated for this purpose. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 


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Article 79. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate a sufficient sum of money to repair the wharf at 
the Town Landing, Wychmere Harbor and to act fully there¬ 
on. By request of the Board of Selectmen. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of one thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500.00) 
be raised and appropriated for plans only and that the Select* 
men be authorized to apply for whatever State and Federal 
grants that may be available and to act fully thereon. (Duly 
Seconded) 

Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 









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Article 80. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate a sufficient sum of money to resurface the Bank 
Street Beach Parking Lot with bituminous concrete and to 
act fully thereon. By petition. 

Motion: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 81. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate eleven thousand dollars ($11,000.00) to continue 
the services of a Grant Writer; said position to remain under 
the jurisdiction of the Board of Selectmen and to act fully 
thereon. Be request of the Board of Selectmen. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of eleven thousand dollars ($11,000.00) be 
raised and appropriated for this purpose. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Following Action on Article 81., the Moderator called a 
recess; the meeting reconvened at 9:35 P.M. 

Article 82. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate the sum of eight thousand eight dollars ($8,008.00) 
for a Building Repairman and to act fully thereon. By re¬ 
quest of the Board of Selectmen. 

Motion: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: A Standing Count was taken. 

YES 251 
NO 222 

Note: Tellers — Richard Burton, William Doherty, David 
Scannell and Norman Ostby. 

Article 83. To direct the Selectmen with the coopera¬ 
tion of the Town’s Engineering Department to lay out a side¬ 
walk on Long Pond Drive from Route 124 east to the Town 
Beach, a one (1) mil6 distance and to act fully thereon. By 
petition. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 84. To see if the Town will vote to accept the 
layout of Cottage Avenue from Northern Avenue to the 


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Ocean, as a Town Way, and to raise and appropriate a suf¬ 
ficient sum for this purpose and to act fully thereon. By 
petition. 

Motion: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 85. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate the sum of five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) to be 
spent by the Board of Assessors to determine ownership of 
various parcels of land within the Town and to act fully 
thereon. By request of the Board of Assessors. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) be raised 
and appropriated for this purpose. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 86. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of forty thousand dollars ($40,000.00) 
to fund an Employment Security Account. This account is 
required by the General Laws, Chapter 151A as amended by 
Chapter 720 of the Acts of 1977 in all Towns which have elect¬ 
ed to pay unemployment compensation only when a claim 
is actually made rather than on a contributory basis and to 
act fully thereon. By request of the Board of Selectmen. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of forty thousand dollars ($40,000.00) be raised 
and appropriated for this purpose. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 87. To see if the Town will vote to amend the 
Town of Harwich By-Laws Article I, Part 1, by deleting there¬ 
from Section 1-104 and substituting therefor the following 
new section 1-104 to read as follows: “Reports of all Com¬ 
mittees shall be in writing”, and to further amend said By- 
Law Article I, Part 1, by adding the following new section 
numbered 1-105 to read as follows: “A quorum for an Annual 
or Special Town Meeting shall be not less than 300 registered 
voters”, and to further amend said By-Law Article I, Part 2 
by deleting therefrom Section 1-201 and substituting therefor 
the following new Section 1-201 to read as follows: “During 
the legislative session of Town Meeting the floor shall be oc¬ 
cupied solely by registered voters, and it shall be the duty of 
the Moderator to clear the floor of all non-voters. Non-voters 


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shall not address the meeting without majority consent 
thereof”, and to further amend said By-Law Article I, Part 
2, by deleting therefrom Section 1-204 and substituting there¬ 
for the following new Section 1-204 to read as follows: “No 
one but the Moderator shall interrupt another while speaking, 
except to call him to order”, and by further amending said 
By-Law Article I, Part 2, by deleting Section 1-205 therefrom 
and substituting therefor the following new section 1-205 to 
read as follows: “No motion moved, seconded and stated can 
be withdrawn except by the maker of the motion”, and to 
further amend said By-Law Article I, Part 2, by deleting Sec¬ 
tion 1-206 therefrom and substituting therefor the following 
new Section 1-206 to read as follows: “No one shall speak on 
the same question more than twice, nor longer than ten (10) 
minutes, without leave of the meeting”, and to further amend 
said By-Law Article I, Part 2, by deleting Section 1-207 there¬ 
from and substituting therefor the following new Section 
1-207 to read as follows: “When a vote decided by the Moder¬ 
ator is questioned by ten (10) or more voters, it shall be made 
certain by the voters of either side rising and standing until 
counted by the Moderator or by tellers appointed by him”, 
and to further amend said By-Law Article I, Part 2 by delet¬ 
ing therefrom Section 1-208 and substituting therefor the 
following new Section 1-208 to read as follows: “The vote on 
a motion to reconsider a previous vote shall be made before 
the next adjournment of the meeting”, and to further amend 
said By-Law Article I, Part 2, by deleting therefrom Section 
1-209 and substituting therefor the following new Section 
1-209 to read as follows: “Articles in the warrant shall be 
acted upon in their order, unless otherwise ordered by a 
three-fourths (%) vote of the meeting”, and to further 
amend said By-Law Article I, Part 2, by deleting therefrom 
Section 1-210 and substituting therefor the following new 
Section 1-210 to read as follows: “Amendments to any and 
all Town By-Laws, excepting the Personnel By-Law shall re¬ 
quire a two-thirds (2/3) majority to prevail”, and to further 
amend said By-Law Article I, Part 2, by deleting therefrom 
Section 1-211 and substiuting therefor the following new 
Section 1-211 to read as follows: “The motions contained in 
this section and no others shall be acceptable by the Moder¬ 
ator at Town Meetings (See motion chart), and to further 
amend said By-Law Article I, Part 2, by deleting therefrom 
Section 1-212 and substituting the following new Section 1- 


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212 to read as follows: “Rules of procedure not specifically 
provided by law or by these By-Laws shall be determined 
by Town Meeting Time - Handbook of Parliamentary Law and 
to act fully thereon. By request of the By-Law Review Com¬ 
mittee. 

Note: Since the Moderator, Michael D. Ford, was a member 
of the By-Law Review Committee which sponsored this 
article, Charles S. McLaughlin, Jr. was duly appointed and 
sworn by Mr. Ford to preside during the debate and action on 
this article. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
further amended under the Town of Harwich By-Laws, Article 
I, Part 2, Section 1-207 by deleting the word “ten (10)" and 
inserting in place thereof the word “seven (7)" so that Sec¬ 
tion 1-207 will read as follows: “When a vote decided by 
the Moderator is questioned by seven (7) or more voters it 
shall be made certain by the voters of either side rising and 
standing to be counted by the Moderator or Tellers appointed 
by him. (Duly Seconded) 

Amendment to motion: I move to amend the main mo¬ 
tion as follows: I move that this Article be accepted and 
adopted that the “X" appearing on the motion chart oppo¬ 
site the words “previous question (terminate debate)” and 
in the column “2/3” be stricken and in substitution thereof 
the letter “X” be inserted opposite the words “previous ques¬ 
tion (terminate debate)” and under the column “%”. (Duly 
Seconded) Following Debate on the Amendment. 

Question was moved and duly seconded. 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Action on Amendment: A Standing Vote was taken. 

YES 316 
NO 132 

Tellers: Harold Gabriel, Richard Burton, William Do¬ 
herty and David Scannell. 

Main Motion with Amendment: I move that this Article 
be accepted and adopted and further amended under the 
Town of Harwich By-Laws, Article I, Part 2, Section 1-207 by 
deleting the word “ten (10)” and inserting in place thereof 
the word “seven (7)” so that Section 1-207 will read as fol¬ 
lows: “When a vote decided by the Moderator is questioned 
by seven (7) or more voters it shall be made certain by the 
voters of either side rising and standing to be counted by the 


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Moderator or Tellers appointed by him” and by further 
amending the main motion by providing that the “X” ap¬ 
pearing on the motion chart opposite the words “previous 
question (terminate debate)” and in the column “2/3” be 
stricken and in substitution therefor the letter “X” be in¬ 
serted opposite the words “previous question (terminate de¬ 
bate)” and under the column “3/4”. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 

Following this action, Mr. McLaughlin recognized Wil¬ 
liam R. Marion who offered the following Resolution: 

“Whereas, It is the consensus of the Town of Harwich By- 
Law Review Committee that the present policy practiced at 
Town Meeting by which the Moderator recognizes the Chair¬ 
man of the Finance Committee to make the main motion of 
each article, should be continued, and 

Whereas, The policy insures that each motion is properly 
drafted and moved before the assembly, and 

Whereas, The policy has the effect of expediting the 
business of the meeting and 

Whereas, the Chairman of the Finance Committee is in 
the best position to determine the source of funding of each 
article, therefore be it 

Resolved, that the voters of the Town of Harwich go on 
record as favoring the present policy practiced at Town Meet¬ 
ing by which the Moderator recognizes the Chairman of the 
Finance Committee to make the main motion on each article 
in the warrant.” 

Motion: That this Resolution be accepted and adopted. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Following action on the Resolution, Mr. McLaughlin re¬ 
linquished the chair to Mr. Ford who proceeded to the next 
Article. 


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Article 88. To see if the Town will vote to amend the 
Zoning By-Laws of the Town of Harwich, Section V, Sub¬ 
section D, paragraph III by adding thereto the following sub- 
paragraph which shall be numbered 8: 

TABLE 1 Use Regulations (continued) 

R-R R-L R-M RH-1 RH-2 C-V CH-1 CH-2 l-L 

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and to act fully thereon. By petition. 

Motion: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: A Standing Vote was taken 

YES 240 
NO 219 

(A 2/3 vote required) 

Tellers: Richard Burton, William Doherty, David Scan- 
nell and Harold Gabriel. 

Article 89. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate a sufficient sum of money to help defray the 
medical expenses of premature babies as provided by the 
Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 111, Section 67C and to 
act fully thereon. By request of the Board of Health. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of one thousand two hundred forty-four dollars 
and seventy cents ($1,244.70) be raised and appropriated for 
this purpose. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 90. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate a sufficient sum of money for auditing pur¬ 
poses in accordance with requirements mandated by the Fed¬ 
eral Government for Revenue Sharing and Anti-recession 
entitlements and to act fully thereon. By request of the 
Board of Selectmen. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of eleven thousand.dollars ($11,000.00) be raised 
and appropriated for this purpose. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Article 91. To see what action the Town will take in re¬ 
gard to Herring Fisheries for the fiscal year 1978-79 and to 
act fully thereon. Customary article. 


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Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
to instruct the Selectmen and Natural Resources Officer to 
decide what action will be taken on the Herring Fisheries and 
to act fully thereon. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Following Article 91., the Moderator, Michael D. Ford 
made the Finance Committee Appointments: 

“I reappoint Mr. Charles F. Coleman to a three year 
term. 

I appoint Mr. Russell Brennan to a three year term. 

I appoint Mr. Lawrence Nickerson, Jr. to a three year 
term. 

I appoint Mr. Stephen Grizey to a two year term.” 

Article 92. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate a sufficient sum of money for unpaid bills of 
previous years as provided for in Chapter 179 of the Acts of 
1941 and to act fully thereon. Customary article. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of fifteen dollars ($15.00) be raised and ap¬ 
propriated to pay the following unpaid bills of previous years: 

Mass. Selectmen’s Assoc. 

(Finance Committee Expense) $15.00 

(Duly Seconded) 

Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 

Article 93. To see if the Town will vote to transfer cer¬ 
tain unexpended balances of the special appropriations to 
surplus revenue and to act fully thereon. Customary article. 

Motion: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
(Duly Seconded) 

Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 

Article 94. To see if the Town will vote to transfer from 
surplus revenue or available funds, a sum of money for the 
purpose of reducing the 1978-79 tax rate and to act fully 
thereon. Customary article. 

Motion: That this article be accepted and adopted and 
that the sum of two hundred fifty thousand dollars 
($250,000.00) be transferred from available surplus revenue 
for the purpose of reducing the 1978/79 tax rate. (Duly 
Seconded) 


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Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 
Adjournment at 12:10 A.M., April 11,1978: 

Motion: (Mr. Griffin) I move that this meeting be ad¬ 
journed. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: So voted by voice vote. 

Respectfully submitted, 

ALICE H. STANFORD 
Temporary Town Clerk 

OATHS 

ASSESSOR’S OATH — Section 29 of Chapter 41 

I, Barry A. Hemeon, having been chosen to assess taxes 
and estimate the value of property, for the purpose of taxa¬ 
tion for the town of Harwich for the years ensuing, do swear 
that I will truly and impartially, according to my best skill 
and judgment, assess and apportion all such taxes as I may 
during that time assess; that I will neither overvalue nor 
undervalue any property subject to taxation, and that I will 
faithfully perform all the duties of said office. 

BARRY A. HEMEON 

April 4,1978 at 9:00 A.M. 

BORROWING 

Art. 3. Authorization to borrow in anticipation of revenue 
and to issue or renew notes beginning July 1, 1978 
under provisions of General Laws, Chapter 44, Sec¬ 
tions 4 and 17. 

SALARIES 

Article 8. Fix Pay Scale of Elected Officials 

ASSUME LIABILITY 

Art. 77. Section 29 of Chapter 91 of the General Laws as 
amended by Chapter 516 and 524, Acts of 1950. 

BY-LAWS 

PERSONNEL 

Art. 5. Classification and Compensation Plan 

PROTECTIVE 

Art. 87. Amend Article I, Part 1 and 2, Section 1-207 and 
Motion Chart to (terminate debate) 

Town Meeting procedures. 


246 


ACCEPTANCE OF MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL LAWS 
Art. 13. Establish Development and Industrial Commission 


Art. 15. 

MGL, Chapter 40, Section 8A 

Towing Illegally Parked Cars 

MGL, Chapter 40, Section 22D 

Art. 51. 

Adult Education Monies to Town Treasurer 

MGL, Chapter 639, Section 71-E 

Art. 86. 

Employment Security Account 

MGL, Chapters 151A and 720, Acts of 1977 

Art. 59. 

DOG TAX 

Expend refunded Dog Tax — Brooks Library 

Art. 69. 

DISBURSE FUNDS 

Disburse State Funds — Aid to Harwich Libraries 

Art. 76. 

DREDGING 

Reserve Fund. 

Art. 25. 

ROAD MAINTENANCE 

Monies used with State or Federal Funds. 

Art. 32. 

Art. 62. 

PURCHASE OR EMINENT DOMAIN 

Eirouth property for Drainage 

Hunt property—adjacent to Bank Street Fire Sta¬ 
tion 

Art. 78. 

Derick property on Herring River 

Art. 34. 

Art. 70. 

Art. 90. 

GRANTS 

Repairs to Bell’s Neck Road 

Town Hall (new or addition) 

Auditing of Monies received 

Art. 28. 

Art. 72. 

TRANSFERS 

Police Department Cruiser to Highway Department 
Utility Vehicle from Golf Commission to Parks & 
Recreation 

Art. 45. 

American Legion Building from Parks & Recreation 
Commission to Harwich Youth Commission 

Art. 10. 

MISCELLANEOUS 

Committee to study need for off-street parking — 
Harwich Center 


247 


Art. 23. 
Art. 31. 

Art. 53. 
Art. 65. 

Art. 75. 
Art. 83. 

Art. 91. 


D.P.W. survey of Sisson Road Speed Zones. 

Plans for new Maintenance Garage and 5 member 
committee — Highway Department. 

Disposal of unused School Equipment. 

Accept Whitehouse bequest for Whitehouse Field 
maintenance 

Leasing of Allison land for beach purposes. 

Layout of Sidewalk on Long Pond Drive from Rt. 
124 to Long Pond Beach 

Herring Fisheries 


TRANSFER FROM FEDERAL REVENUE 
SHARING ACCOUNT 

Art. 26. Highway Department — Hotmixing, oiling 

etc. $160,000.00 


TRANSFER FROM ANTI-RECESSION FUNDS 
Art. 9. Budget 125,000.00 


TRANSFER FROM OTHER AVAILABLE FUNDS 

Art. 49. Lighting System in High School Auditorium 

Article 11., STM, October 13, 1976 $1,739.00 


TRANSFER FROM SURPLUS REVENUE 
OR AVAILABLE FUNDS 


Art. 94. To reduce 1978/79 Tax Rate $250,000.00 


APPROPRIATIONS VOTED UNDER ARTICLES — 1978 


Art. 5. Classification & Compensation Plan $20,015.00 

Art. 6. Police Dept. — Implement Union 

Contract 20,906.00 

Art. 9. Budget 6,666,006.00 

Art. 11. Sidewalk — Extension, Harwich Center 

to Tody Bole Lane 900.00 

Art. 12. Sidewalk — Post Office to Bank Street 

(Center) 400.00 

Art. 14. Expenses — Commercial & Industrial 

Dev. Comm. 2,500.00 

Art. 15. Towing of illegally parked cars 500.00 

Art. 16. Police Dept. — Cruisers 20,554.00 

Art. 17. Police Dept. — Repairs to old Station 4,500.00 

Art. 18. Police Dept. — Furniture & equipment — 

Addition 12,500.00 


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Art. 19. 

Art. 24. 
Art. 25 
Art. 30. 
Art. 31. 

Art. 32. 
Art. 35. 

Art. 36. 
Art. 38. 
Art. 39. 
Art. 40. 
Art. 41. 
Art. 42. 
Art. 43. 
Art. 44. 

Art. 46. 
Art. 47. 


Art. 48. 
Art. 49. 


Art. 50. 
Art. 52. 

Art. 54. 
Art. 55. 

Art. 56. 
Art. 57. 
Art. 58. 

Art. 62. 

Art. 63. 
Art. 64. 
Art. 66. 
Art. 67. 
Art. 68. 
Art. 70. 
Art. 71. 


Smoke Detector — Brooks Library — 

Burglar Alarm 1,785.00 

Parking Lot — Albro House 4,600.00 

Highway Dept. — Town Roads 40,000.00 

Highway Dept. — Repairs — Boiler Room 3,500.00 


Highway Dept. — Architect new Maintenance 


Garage 10,000.00 

Eirouth Property — Drainage 4,500.00 

Bd. of Health — Hydraulic Coupler for 
Front end loader 7,200.00 

Cape Cod Mental Health Association 2,830.00 

Youth Hockey League 3,000.00 

Chamber of Commerce 1,200.00 

Head Start 1,701.45 

HELP 1,400.00 

Meals-on-Wheels 1,000.00 

Cape Cod Council on Alcoholism 1,500.00 

Cape & Islands Emergency Medical 
Services 2,103.00 

Parks & Recreation — Various Programs 6,050.00 
Parks & Recreation — Rental Portable 


Toilets 

Fencing Whitehouse Field 
Lighting System — High School 
Auditorium 

Resurface High School Track 
Fire Protection System — 

Elementary School 
Teachers’ Summer Salaries 
Moving old Garage to Mt. Pleasant 
Cemetery 

Conservation Commission 
Building Inspector — New vehicle 
Bldg. Insp. — Secure or remove dangerous 
buildings 

Hunt property adjacent to Fire Station 
(Bank St.) 

New Ambulance 

Four New Firemen 

Harwich Athletic Association 

Town Engineer — Traffic Counters 

Town Engineer — Fish Ladder — Spillway 

Apply for State/Federal Aid — Town Hall 

Golf Commission — Turf Truck 


696.00 

3,685.00 

17,236.00 

10,000.00 

12,895.00 

16,865.57 


4,000.00 

5,000.00 

6,800.00 

1,500.00 

14,000.00 

28,722.00 

45,000.00 

2,500.00 

1,500.00 

3,000.00 

5,000.00 

2,788.00 


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Art. 73. 
Art. 74. 

Art. 75. 
Art. 76. 
Art. 78. 
Art. 79. 

Art. 81. 
Art. 85. 


Art. 86. 

Art. 89. 
Art. 90. 
Art. 92. 


Golf Commission — 5-gang reel mower 6,945.00 

Repairs to Heating System — 

Brooks Academy 

500.00 

Leasing of Allison land for beach 

purposes 600.00 

Dredging — Reserve Fund 

15,000.00 

Derick property — Herring River 
Repair Wharf — Town Landing at 

5,350.00 

Wychmere 

1,500.00 

Grant Writer 

Assessors — Determine ownership, 

11,000.00 

various parcels 

Employment Security Account 

5,000.00 

(MGL, C151A & 720 — 1977) 

40,000.00 

Premature Babies 

1,244.70 

Auditing of Anti-Recession Funds 
Unpaid bills (Mass. Selectmen’s 

11,000.00 

Assoc. — Fin. Com.) 

15.00 

$7,120,492.72 


MODERATOR’S APPOINTMENTS — April 1978 

Trustee of Caleb Chase Fund — Henry F. Smith 
Surveyor of Wood and Lumber — David E. Thyng 
Field Drivers and Fence Viewers — 

Constables Joseph Barber, Kerry Hibbert and Sumner 
Campbell 

Cape Cod Regional Technical High 

School District Committee — Jesse J. Morgan 
Finance Committee Members — 

3 years — Charles F. Coleman (reappointed) 

3 years — Russell Brennan 
3 years — Lawrence F. Nickerson, Jr. 

2 years — Stephen Grizey 

RESOLUTIONS 

#1. Gordon R. Eldredge, Town Clerk, Treasurer and Col¬ 
lector of Taxes 

Following invocation — April 4th session 
#2. Harwich High School Basketball Team 
Following action on Article 51. 

#3. Richard T. Wales, Finance Committee Member 
Following opening of meeting — April 10th session 
#4. Town Meeting Procedure — Recognizing Finance 
Committee Chairman 
Following action on Article 87. 



250 


SPECIAL TOWN MEETING 

April 6, 1978 
LAYOUTS 

Article 1. Round Cove Road, Paddock Drive, Lakewood 
Drive, Christopher Way and Philip Court 

Article 2. Sisson Road and Riverside Drive 

EASEMENT 

Article 8. Hellstrom property across Snow Inn Road 

PURCHASE or EMINENT DOMAIN 

Article 19. Highway Department — Land on Queen 
Anne Road (Maintenance Garage) 

BY-LAWS 

PROTECTIVE: 

Article 12. Section II, DEFINITIONS 

Article 13. Section IX, Table 4., OFF-STREET PARK¬ 
ING 

Article 14. Section VI, Table 3., AREA, HEIGHT & 
BULK REGULATIONS 

MISCELLANEOUS 

Article 6. Mosquito Control Project, accept funds 
Article 15. Water Commissioners, authorization to ap¬ 
ply for State/Federal funds 

Article 20. Pleasant Road Beach Parking Lot. 

AVAILABLE FUNDS 

Art. 1. Road Layouts (Various) 

Art. 2. Road Layouts (Various) 

Art. 11. Steel Power Centers 


OTHER AVAILABLE FUNDS 

Art. 9. Revaluation — Overlay Surplus Acount 
Art. 11. Unexpended Balances — various 
articles: 

Art. 17, 1961 Condemnation old Buildings 24.77 
Art. 106, 1964 Survey Town Property 253.01 

Art. 109, 1964 Condemn & Destroy 
old Bldgs. 100.00 

Art. 68, 1970 Signs 15.51 

Art. 6, STM, 12/3/74 Kings Highway 
Expense 


$3,752.00 

397.00 

1,555.79 

$5,704.79 

$63,000.00 

6,764.21 


50.52 




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Art. 4, STM, 4/12/76 Mobile & Portable 
Radio 706.35 

Art. 25, 1976 Highway Dept. Roller 230.00 

Art. 40, 1976 Parts II & III. 

Parks & Rec. 34.05 

Art. 47, 1977 Cape Cod Families & 

Children Services, Inc. 4,600.00 

Art. 67, 1977 Part II Soccer, Parks & Rec. 750.00 


6,764.21 

Art. 16. Water Mains — Article 37. Annual Town 
Meeting 1977 


REVENUE SHARING 

Art. 16. Water Mains — Article 37. Annual 
Town Meeting 1977 

Art. £0. Highway Dept. — Pleasant Road Beach 
Parking Lot 


RAISE AND APPROPRIATE 
Art. 3. Nauset Workshop 

Art. 7. Acquire U.S. Gov. Surplus Equipment 
Art. 9. Revaluation of Property 
Art. 18. Water Dept. — Pick-up Truck 
Art. 19. Highway Dept. — Land for 
Maintenance Garage 


30,000.00 

$99,764.21 


70,000.00 

15,200.00 

$85,200.00 


5,000.00 

5,000.00 

63,000.00 

4,600.00 

19,500.00 


$97,100.00 






252 


TOWN OF HARWICH 
ANNUAL TOWN MEETING 

April 10, 1978 

Article 87. To see if the Town will vote to amend the 
Town of Harwich By-Laws Article I, Part 1, by deleting there¬ 
from Section 1-104 and substituting therefor the following 
new section 1-104 to read as follows: “Reports of all Com¬ 
mittees shall be in writing”, and to further amend said By- 
Law Article I, Part 1, by adding the following new section 
numbered 1-105 to read as follows: “A quorum for an Annual 
or Special Town Meeting shall be not less than 300 registered 
voters”, and to further amend said By-Law Article I, Part 2 
by deleting therefrom Section 1-201 and substituting there¬ 
for the following new Section 1-201 to read as follows: “Dur¬ 
ing the legislative session of Town Meeting the floor shall be 
occupied solely by registered voters, and it shall be the duty 
of the moderator to clear the floor of all non-voters. Non¬ 
voters shall not address the meeting without majority con¬ 
sent thereof”, and to further amend said By-Law Article I, 
Part 2, by deleting therefrom Section 1-204 and substituting 
therefor the following new Section 1-204 to read as follows: 
“No one but the Moderator shall interrupt another while 
speaking, except to call him to order”, and by further amend¬ 
ing said By-Law Article I, Part 2, by deleting Section 1-205 
therefrom and substituting therefor the following new sec¬ 
tion 1-205 to read as follows: “No motion moved, seconded 
and stated can be withdrawn except by the maker of the 
motion” and to further amend said By-Law Article I, Part 2, 
by deleting Section 1-206 therefrom and substituting there¬ 
for the following new Section 1-206 to read as follows: “No one 
shall speak on the question more than twice, nor longer than 
ten (10) minutes, without leave of the meeting”, and to fur¬ 
ther amend said By-Law Article I, Part 2, by deleting Sec¬ 
tion 1-207 therefrom and substituting therefor the following 
new Section 1-207 to read as follows: “When a vote decided 
by the Moderator is questioned by ten (10) or more voters, it 
shall be made certain by the voters of either side rising and 
standing until counted by the Moderator or by tellers ap¬ 
pointed by him”, and to further amend said By-Law Article 
I, Part 2 by deleting therefrom Section 1-208 and substitut¬ 
ing therefor the following Section 1-208 to read as follows: 
“The vote on a motion to reconsider a previous vote shall be 
made before the next adjournment of the meeting”, and to 


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further amend said By-Law Article 1, Part 2, by deleting 
therefrom Section 1-209 and substituting therefor the follow¬ 
ing new Section 1-209 to read as follows: “Articles in the 
warrant shall be acted upon in their order, unless otherwise 
ordered by a three-fourths (%) vote of the meeting”, and to 
further amend said By-Law Article I, Part 2, by deleting 
therefrom Section 1-210 and substituting therefor the fol¬ 
lowing new Section 1-210 to read as follows: “Amendments 
to any and all Town By-Laws, excepting the Personnel By- 
Law shall require a two-thirds (%) majority to prevail”, and 
to further amend said By-Law Article I, Part 2, by deleting 
therefrom Section 1-211 and substituting therefor the fol¬ 
lowing new Section 1-211 to read as follows: “The motions 
contained in this section and no others shall be acceptable 
by the Moderator at Town Meetings (See motion chart), and 
to further amend said By-Law Article I, Part 2, by deleting 
therefrom Section 1-212 and substituting the following new 
Section 1-212 to read as follows: “Rules of procedure not 
specifically provided by law or by these By-Laws shall be de¬ 
termined by Town Meeting Time — Handbook of Parlia¬ 
mentary Law and to act fully thereon. 

Motion: I move that this Article be accepted and adopt¬ 
ed and further amended under the Town of Harwich By- 
Laws, Article I, Part 2, Section 1-207 by deleting the word 
“ten (10)” and inserting in place thereof the word “seven 
(7)” so that Section 1-207 will read as follows: “When a vote 
decided by the Moderator is questioned by seven (7) or more 
voters it shall be made certain by the voters of either side 
rising and standing to be counted by the Moderator or Tell¬ 
ers appointed by him” and by further amending the main 
motion by providing that the “X” appearing on the motion 
chart opposite the words “previous question (terminate de¬ 
bate)” and in the column “%” be stricken and in substitution 
therefor the letter “X” be inserted opposite the words “pre¬ 
vious question (terminate debate)” and under the column 
“%”. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 

A true copy: April 25, 1978 

(Seal) 

Attest: Ruth B. Ericson 


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SPECIAL TOWN MEETING 
April 6, 1978 

Article 12. To see if the Town will vote to amend the 
Zoning By-Law, SECTION II, DEFINITIONS, by inserting 
the following new r definition after the definition of SIGN, 
SURFACE AREA OF to read as follows: 

SPECIAL PERMIT GRANTING AUTHORITY: The Board 
of Appeals established hereunder shall be the Special Permit 
Granting Authority. 

And further to amend said SECTION II by inserting a 
new definition after the definition of PARKING SPACE 
which new definition shall read as follows: 

PERMIT GRANTING AUTHORITY: The Board of Ap¬ 
peals established hereunder shall be the Permit Granting 
Authority. 

And to further amend said By-Law, SECTION IV, IN¬ 
TERPRETATION AND APPLICATION, by deleting therefrom 
paragraph B and substituting in place thereof the following 
new paragraph B to read as follows: 

B. APPLICATION Except as herein provided or as 
specifically exempted by the Zoning Act, the provisions of 
this By-Law shall apply to the erection, construction, recon- 
truction, alteration or use of buildings and structures and to 
the use and creation of lots. As provided herein and in the 
Zoning Act, existing uses and structures lawfully established 
or constructed which do not comply with the provisions of 
the By-Law may continue as nonconforming. Existing lots 
lawfully laid out by plan or deed which complied at the time 
of layout with applicable provisions of Zoning By-Laws, if 
any, may be built upon for single family residential purposes 
provided: 

(a) Said lots have fifty (50) feet of frontage and five 
thousand (5,000) square feet of area; 

(b) The buildings to be located thereon are set back ten 
(10) feet from side and rear lot lines twenty-five (25) feet 
from street lot lines; 

(c) Said lots are buildable under other applicable pro¬ 
visions of law; and 

(d) If said lots are shown on a subdivision plan as de¬ 
fined in the Subdivision Control Law which plan has been 
approved by the Planning Board, the roads shown on such 
plan have been installed in accordance with Planning Board 
requirements, if any, in effect at the time the plan was sub- 


256 


mitted to the Planning Board and a release of the road 
covenant or release of other security, if any, has been ob¬ 
tained from the Board prior to five years from the date of 
endorsement of approval or prior to the lots becoming non- 
conforming whichever occurs later. 

And to further amend said By-law, SECTION V, USE 
REGULATIONS, TABLE 1, by adding to paragraph IV of said 
table the following new subparagraphs 36 to read as follows: 

36. Uses, whether or not on the same parcel as activities 
permitted as a matter of right, accessory to activities permit¬ 
ted as a matter of right, which activities are necessary in con¬ 
nection with scientific research or scientific development or 
related production. 

Said use as described in new paragraph 36 to be per¬ 
missive use on special permit from the Board of Appeals in 
all zoning districts and so designated by inserting an “S” in 
the table under those zoning district headings, and said use 
to be prohibited in all other zoning districts. 

And to further amend the Zoning By-Law, SECTION X, 
ADMINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT, paragraph B, by 
deleting therefrom the last sentence and substituting in place 
thereof the following: 

The rights authorized by a variance must be exercised 
within one (1) year of the date of grant of such variance or 
said rights shall lapse. Rights authorized by a special per¬ 
mit must be exercised within two (2) years of the date of 
grant thereof. Said time periods shall not include the period 
of time during which any appeal of a decision is being pro¬ 
cessed to final judgment in any court. Notwithstanding the 
foregoing provisions, any subsequent amendment of this Zon¬ 
ing By-Law shall apply to construction or use authorized by 
a special permit unless the construction or use is commenced 
within a period of not more than six (6) months after the is¬ 
suance of the permit exclusive of any time period involved in 
appealing the grant of a permit through the courts, and in 
cases involving construction after a bona fide start unless 
said construction is continued through to completion as con¬ 
tinuously and expeditiously as is reasonable under the appli¬ 
cable circumstances. 

And to further amend the Zoning By-Law, SECTION X, 
ADMINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT, paragraph E. 
BOARD OF APPEALS, by deleting therefrom the first sen¬ 
tence and substituting in place thereof the following: 


257 


E. BOARD OF APPEALS. There is hereby created a 
Board of Appeals of five (5) members and five (5) associate 
members. 

And to further amend said By-Law, SECTION X, AD¬ 
MINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT, paragraph G by in¬ 
serting in said paragraph after the first sentence and be¬ 
fore subparagraph (1) the following: 

Special permits shall only be issued following public 
hearings held within sixty-five (65) days after filing of an 
application with the Board of Appeals, a copy of which shall 
forthwith be given to the city or town clerk by the applicant 
and all notices and other requirements provided by the Zon¬ 
ing Act shall govern said hearing. 

And to further amend said By-Law, SECTION X, AD¬ 
MINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT, by changing the de¬ 
signation of the present paragraph H to paragraph I and in¬ 
serting a new paragraph H to read as follows: 

H. VARIANCES. The Board shall have the power to 
hear and decide applications for variances from the provi¬ 
sions of the Protective By-Laws including the power to grant 
a variance authorizing a use or activity not otherwise per¬ 
mitted in the district in which the land or structure is lo¬ 
cated. Variances may be granted by the Board only after a 
public hearing and only after the Board has made the find¬ 
ing required by the Zoning Act. 

And to further amend the Zoning By-Law, SECTION X, 
ADMINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT, by inserting after 
paragraph I as designated above, the following new para¬ 
graph designated paragraph J to read as follows: 

J. NONCONFORMING USES. Pre-existing noncon¬ 
forming structures or uses may be changed, extended or alter¬ 
ed on special permit from the Board of Appeals provided that 
no such change, extension or alteration shall be permitted 
unless there is a finding by the Board that such change, ex¬ 
tension, or alteration shall not be substantially more detri¬ 
mental to the neighborhood than the existing non-conforming 
use. 

And to further amend said By-Law by deleting therefrom 
the word “Enabling” wherever it appears. 

These proposed amendments, if adopted, would conform 
the Zoning By-Law of the Town of Harwich to the require¬ 
ments of the General Laws, Chapter 40A as amended by St. 
1975, c. 808 and to act fully thereon. 


258 


Motion: I move this Article be accepted and adopted and 
that the Zoning By-Law be amended in the manner set forth 
in said Article with the following changes to the text of the 
amendments as set forth therein: 

1. Delete the word, “the” where it appears before the 
words, “By-Law” in the seventh line of paragraph B. AP¬ 
PLICATION and substitute in place thereof the word, “this”. 

2. Subparagraph (a) of paragraph B. APPLICATION 
should read as follows: 

“(A) Said lots have a minimum of fifty (50) feet of 
frontage and five thousand (5,000) square feet of area.” 

3. In subparagraph (b) of Paragraph B. APPLICATION, 
insert the words, “at least” in the first line of said subpara¬ 
graph after the word, “back” — and again in the second line 
of said subparagraph before the words “Twenty-five”. 

4. Designate the use authorized and described in new 
paragraph 36, TABLE OF USE REGULATIONS, as allowed on 
special permit in all zoning districts. 

5. Delete the words, “city or” where they appear before 
the words, “town clerk” in the fourth line of the sentence to 
be added after the first sentence of paragraph G. (Duly 
Seconded) 

Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 


A true copy; April 25, 1978 

(Seal) 

Attest: Ruth B. Ericson 


SPECIAL TOWN MEETING 
April 6, 1978 


Article 13. To see if the Town will vote to amend the 
Zoning By-Law, SECTION IX, OFF-STREET PARKING 
REGULATIONS, by deleting from said section, TABLE 4, 
OFF-STREET PARKING STANDARDS by substituting in 
place thereof the following new TABLE 4 entitled OFF- 
STREET PARKING STANDARDS to read as follows: 


USE 


NUMBER OF PARKING 
SPACES PER UNIT 


Single Dwelling Unit 

Guest House, Motel, Hotel or 
Multifamily Dwelling 


Two Spaces 

one and one-half spaces per 
rental or dwelling unit 





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Restaurants 

Retail, Service, Stores, 
Miscellaneous Businesses or 
Professional Offices 

Places of Public Assembly 


One space for each 4 units 
of rated capacity 

One space per each 200 sq. ft. 
floor area devoted to customer use 


One space for each 4 units 
of rated capacity 


and to act fully thereon. 

Motion: I move that this article be accepted and adopt¬ 
ed. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 

A true copy; April 25,1978 

(Seal) 

Attest: Ruth B. Ericson 

SPECIAL TOWN MEETING 
April 6, 1978 

Article 14. To see if the Town will vote to amend the 
Zoning By-Law, SECTION VI, AREA, HEIGHT AND BULK 
REGULATIONS, Table 3, HEIGHT AND BULK REGULA¬ 
TIONS, by deleting the number 768 wherever it occurs in the 
column headed “Minimum residential net floor area (sq. ft.)” 
and substituting in place thereof the word “none”. This 
amendment is required by the Zoning Act of Chapter 40A, 
Section 3 as enacted by ST. 1975, c 808 and to act fully there¬ 
on. 

Motion: I move that this article be accepted and adopt¬ 
ed. (Duly Seconded) 

Action: It is a unanimous vote and I so declare it. 

(Seal) A true copy: April 25,1978 

Attest: Ruth B. Ericson 
July 10, 1978 

Boston, Massachusetts 

The foregoing amendments to zoning by-laws adopted 
under Articles 12, 13 and 14 of the warrant for the Harwich 
Special Town Meeting held April 6, 1978, are hereby approved. 
Also the amendments to general by-laws adopted under 
Article 87 of the warrant for the Harwich Annual Town 
Meeting held April 4, 5 and 10, 1978, is hereby approved. 
(28-4) 


Francis X. Bellotti, Attorney General 




260 


TOWN OF HARWICH 
STATE PRIMARY WARRANT 

SEPTEMBER 19, 1978 


THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS 


BARNSTABLE, ss: 

To either of the Constables of the Town of Harwich in 
said County, 

Greeting: 

In the name of the Commonwealth you are hereby re¬ 
quired to notify and warn the inhabitants of said Town 
qualfied to vote in Primaries to meet in the Harwich High 
School Gymnasium, Oak Street, Harwich on Tuesday, Sep¬ 
tember 19, 1978 at 10:00 A.M. for the following purposes: 

To cast their votes in the State Primary for the nomina¬ 
tion of candidates of political parties for the following of¬ 
fices: 


SENATOR IN CONGRESS 

GOVERNOR 

LT. GOVERNOR 

ATTORNEY GENERAL 

SECRETARY 

TREASURER 

AUDITOR 


For this Commonwealth 
For this Commonwealth 
For this Commonwealth 
For this Commonwealth 
For this Commonwealth 
For this Commonwealth 
For this Commonwealth 


REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 

12th Congressional District 
COUNCILLOR 1st Councillor District 

SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT 

Cape & Islands Senatorial District 
REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT 

1st Barnstable Representative District 
DISTRICT ATTORNEY Cape & Islands District 

REGISTER OF PROBATE AND INSOLVENCY 

Barnstable County 

COUNTY COMMISSIONER Barnstable County 

COUNTY TREASURER Barnstable County 

The polls will be open from 10:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. 

Hereof fail not and make return of this warrant with 
your doings thereon at the time and place of said meeting. 


261 


Given under our hands this fifth day of September, A.D., 
1978. 

S/DONN B. GRIFFIN 
S/HADEN G. GREENHALGH 
S/BARRY A. HEMEON 
SEI .ECTMEN OF HARWICH 

A true copy. 

ATTEST: 

s/JOSEPH BARBER, Constable 

September 11,1978 

By virtue of this warrant I have this day notified and 
warned the Inhabitants of this Town of Harwich, qualified to 
vote in elections and Town affairs to meet in the Harwich 
High School Gymnasium, Oak Street in said Town on Tues¬ 
day, the 19th day of September, 1978, at the time and place 
for the purpose herein named by posting up attested copies 
thereof in the four (4) Post Office Buildings in the Town of 
Harwich, seven (7) days at least before the time of said 
meeting as within directed. 

Signed: JOSEPH BARBER, Constable 

STATE PRIMARY ELECTION 
Tuesday, September 19, 1978 

The State Primary Election was held in the Junior-Sen¬ 
ior High School Gymnasium on September 19, 1978, as di¬ 
rected by the warrant. The polls were declared open at 10:00 
A.M. by Town Clerk, Ruth B. Ericson, after the reading of the 
warrant. 

The following persons, having been appointed to act as 
Election Officers, were duly sworn to the faithful perform¬ 
ance of their duties by the Town Clerk at 9:45 A.M.: (the 
Deputies at 11:45 A.M.) 


Precinct 1 


WARDEN 

DEPUTY WARDEN 
CLERK 

DEPUTY CLERK 
INSPECTORS 

DEPUTY INSPECTORS 


Ruth Farham (R) 
Lucille Hathaway (R) 
Elaine Knott (D) 
Mary Hennessy (D) 
Eugene Leary (D) 
Earle Hunt (R) 
Barbara Leary (D) 
Stanley Kruzyna (R) 


262 


Precinct 2. 


WARDEN 

DEPUTY WARDEN 
CLERK 

DEPUTY CLERK 
INSPECTORS 

DEPUTY INSPECTORS 


H. William Morey 
Carolyn G. Crowell 
Edward Woolley 
Anne Grizey 
Grace Hurst 
Marion Marsh 
Christopher Martes 
Ruth Boynton 


Precinct 3. 


WARDEN 

DEPUTY WARDEN 
CLERK 

DEPUTY CLERK 
INSPECTORS 

DEPUTY INSPECTORS 

INFORMATION DESK 


Anne Doherty 
Dorothy Caplice 
Theresa Kelly 
Angela DuDeVoire 
Mary R. Hall 
Margaret Borden 
Elizabeth Centeio 
Elizabeth Paine 
Charlotte W. Morey 
and John Kelly 


(R) 

(R) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(R) 

(D) 

(R) 


(R) 

(R) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(R) 

(D) 

(R) 

(R) 

(D) 


The ballot boxes were examined and found empty and 
registered zero. The polls were declared open and the voting 
proceeded. 


At 7:45 P.M. the following Tellers were sworn to duty: 


DEMOCRATS 

Joyce Bearse 
Angela DuDeVoire 
James Lordan 
Elaine Knott 
Raymond Mercure 
James McBride 
Carole Warren 
Catherine Lovinsky 
Stephannie Hesse 
William Doherty 
Linda Healy 


REPUBLICANS 

Ellen Cullen 
Evelyn Robinson 
Jacqueline Barrett 
Marlene Vagenas 
Amey Scanned 
Laurence Reynolds 
Margaret MacNeil 
Dorothy Thayer 
Frank Votapka 
Ardell Votapka 
Lucille Hathaway 


The polls were declared closed at 8:00 P.M., with no 
voter in sight or waiting to vote; the ballot boxes were 
checked and registered a total of two thousand thirty-seven 
(2,037) ballots (including fifty-seven (57) absentee ballots). 
These ballots were cast by precincts as follows: 


263 




Republican 

Democratic 

American 

Total 

Precinct 

1 . 

360 

247 

0 

607 

Precinct 

2. 

524 

227 

0 

751 

Precinct 

3. 

410 

269 

0 

679 


The voting lists of each precinct showed the same num¬ 
ber of names checked as ballots casts: One thousand two 
hundred and ninety-four Republicans and seven hundred 
forty-three Democrats. 

At 12:45 A.M., September 20, 1978, Ruth B. Ericson, Town 
Clerk, announced the following results: 

REPUBLICAN BALLOT 

Precinct Precinct Precinct 



1 

2 

3 

Total 

SENATOR IN CONGRESS 

*Edward W. Brooke 

203 

303 

189 

695 

Avi Nelson 

152 

218 

219 

589 

Blanks 

5 

3 

2 

10 

GOVERNOR 

Francis W. Hatch, Jr. 

163 

246 

148 

557 

*Edward F. King 

178 

258 

244 

680 

Blanks 

19 

20 

18 

57 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 

William I. Cowin 

88 

129 

82 

299 

*Peter L. McDowell 

244 

365 

310 

919 

Blanks 

28 

30 

18 

76 

ATTORNEY GENERAL 

*William F. Weld 

305 

454 

354 

1113 

Blanks 

55 

70 

56 

181 

SECRETARY 

*John W. Sears 

309 

466 

361 

1136 

Blanks 

51 

58 

49 

158 

TREASURER 

*Lewis S. W. Crampton 

296 

456 

353 

1105 

Blanks 

AUDITOR 

64 

68 

57 

189 

*William A. Casey 

296 

450 

348 

1094 

Blanks 64 

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 

74 

62 

200 

(Twelfth District) 

Blanks 

360 

524 

410 

1294 


264 



Precinct 

Precinct 

Precinct 



1 

2 

3 

Total 

COUNCILLOR (First District) 




Blanks 

360 

523 

410 

1293 

Various Persons 

0 

1 

0 

1 

SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT 




(Cape & Islands District) 
*John F. Aylmer 

311 

469 

359 

1139 

Blanks 

49 

55 

51 

155 

REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT 



(First Barnstable District) 
*Haden G. Greenhalgh 

303 

433 

358 

1094 

Blanks 

55 

91 

52 

198 

Various Persons 

2 

0 

0 

2 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY (Cape & Islands District) 


*Philip A. Rollins 

308 

451 

360 

1119 

Blanks 

52 

73 

50 

175 

REGISTER OF PROBATE AND INSOLVENCY 



(Barnstable County) 
*Frederic P. Claussen 

302 

453 

352 

1107 

Blanks 

58 

71 

58 

187 

COUNTY COMMISSIONER 

(Barnstable County) 


*Edward Crowell 

303 

454 

347 

1104 

Blanks 

57 

70 

63 

190 

COUNTY TREASURER (Barnstable County) 



*Kent T. Besse 

304 

449 

354 

1107 

Blanks 

56 

75 

56 

187 

DEMOCRATIC BALLOTS 



SENATOR IN CONGRESS 





Kathleen Sullivan Alioto 

42 

42 

55 

139 

Paul Guzzi 

58 

53 

78 

189 

Elaine Nobel 

17 

17 

17 

51 

Howard Phillips 

20 

11 

13 

44 

*Paul E. Tsongas 

98 

93 

90 

281 

Blanks 

12 

11 

15 

38 

Edward W. Brooke 

0 

0 

1 

1 

GOVERNOR 
*Michael S. Dukakis 

105 

115 

128 

348 

Barbara Ackermann 

17 

14 

13 

44 

Edward J. King 

123 

94 

122 

339 

Blanks 

2 

4 

6 

12 


265 


Precinct 

Precinct 

Precinct 


1 

2 

3 

Total 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 





* Thomas P. O’Neill, III 

201 

198 

224 

623 

Blanks 

46 

29 

45 

120 

ATTORNEY GENERAL 





*Francis X. Bellotti 

192 

185 

232 

609 

Blanks 

55 

42 

37 

134 

SECRETARY 





*Michael Joseph Connolly 

65 

58 

77 

200 

David E. Crosby 

13 

20 

15 

48 

John Fulham 

16 

11 

8 

35 

William James Galvin, Jr. 

20 

14 

19 

53 

James W. Hennigan, Jr. 

25 

26 

45 

96 

Lois G. Pines 

65 

65 

58 

188 

Anthony J. Vigliotti 

11 

6 

16 

33 

Blanks 

32 

27 

31 

90 

TREASURER 





*Robert Q. Crane 

123 

112 

136 

371 

Lawrence E. Blacke 

7 

10 

4 

21 

Paul R. Cacchiotti 

9 

4 

12 

25 

Lawrence S. DiCara 

61 

52 

59 

172 

Thomas D. Lopes 

21 

13 

19 

53 

Dayce Philip Moore 

7 

10 

13 

30 

Blanks 

19 

26 

26 

71 

AUDITOR 





*Thaddeus Buczko 

128 

117 

141 

386 

Peter G. Meade 

91 

82 

106 

279 

Blanks 

28 

28 

22 

78 

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 




(Twelfth District) 





*Gerry E. Studds 

208 

207 

245 

660 

Blanks 

39 

20 

24 

83 

COUNCILLOR (First District) 





*John Britland 

163 

163 

196 

522 

Blanks 

84 

64 

73 

221 

SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT 




(Cape & Islands District) 





Blanks 

247 

225 

269 

741 

Various Persons 

0 

2 

0 

2 


266 


Precinct Precinct Precinct 

12 3 Total 


REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT 
(First Barnstable District) 


*James F. Connors 

150 149 

166 

465 

Frank Wiacek 

74 63 

73 

210 

Blanks 

23 15 

29 

67 

Haden G. Greenhalgh 

0 0 

1 

1 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY 

(Cape & Islands District) 


Blanks 

247 227 

269 

743 

REGISTER OF PROBATE AND INSOLVENCY 



(Barnstable County) 




Blanks 

247 227 

269 

743 

COUNTY COMMISSIONER (Barnstable County) 



Blanks 

247 227 

269 

743 

COUNTY TREASURER 

(Barnstable County) 



* James Rodgers 

163 152 

181 

496 

Blanks 

84 75 

88 

247 


AMERICAN BALLOT 

There were no ballots cast in the American Primary. 

* Denotes Successful Candidate. 

Attest: 

Ruth B. Ericson, Town Clerk 

Dorothy S. O’Donnell, Chairman 
Mollie Handler 
Marguerite E. Marion 
Ruth B. Ericson, Clerk 
Harwich Board of Registrars 


267 


TOWN OF HARWICH 
STATE ELECTION WARRANT 

NOVEMBER 7, 1978 

THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETS 


BARNSTABLE, ss : 

To either of the Constables of the Town of Harwich in said 
County, 

Greeting: 

In the name of the Commonwealth you are hereby re¬ 
quired to notify and warn the inhabitants of said Town 
qualified to vote in elections to meet in the Harwich High 
School Gymnasium, Oak Street, Harwich Center 


TUESDAY, the SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1978 
from 10:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M., for the following purposes: 

To cast their votes in the State Election for the Election 
of Candidates for the following offices: 


SENATOR IN CONGRESS 

GOVERNOR 

LT. GOVERNOR 

ATTORNEY GENERAL 

SECRETARY 

TREASURER 

AUDITOR 


For this Commonwealth 
For this Commonwealth 
For this Commonwealth 
For this Commonwealth 
For this Commonwealth 
For this Commonwealth 
For this Commonwealth 


REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 

12th Congressional District 


COUNCILLOR 1st Councillor District 

SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT 

Cape & Islands Senatorial District 


REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT 

1st Barnstable Representative District 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY Cape & Islands District 

REGISTER OF PROBATE AND INSOLVENCY 

Barnstable County 


COUNTY COMMISSIONER Barnstable County 

COUNTY TREASURER Barnstable County 


and to vote on the following questions: 


268 


QUESTION 1 

PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION 

Do you approve of the adoption of an amendment to the 
Constitution summarized below, which was approved by the 
General Court in joint session of the House of Representa¬ 
tives and Senate on May 28, 1975, by a vote of 220-53, and on 
September 7, 1977, by a vote of 243-20? 

Yes. 

No . 


SUMMARY 

The proposed constitutional amendment would permit 
the legislature to establish as many as four different classes 
of real property for tax purposes. Property in any one class 
would be required to be assessed, rated and taxed 
proportionately but property in different classes could 
be assessed, rated and taxed differently. The legislature 
could grant reasonable exemptions. The constitution pre¬ 
sently requires all property (other than wild lands, forest 
lands, and certain agricultural and horticultural lands) to be 
assessed and rated equally at full value for tax purpose. 

QUESTION 2 

PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION 

Do you approve of the adoption of an amendment to the 
Constitution summarized below, which was approved by the 
General Court in joint sessions of the House of Representa¬ 
tives and Senate on May 28, 1975, by a vote of 267-3, and on 
August 10, 1977, by a vote of 250-1? 

Yes. 

No . 


SUMMARY 

The proposed constitutional amendment would allow a 
governor who had not served in the preceeding year as gov¬ 
ernor to submit a proposed budget to the legislature within 
eight weeks of the beginning of the legislative session. A 
governor who had served in the preceeding year would still 
be required to submit a proposed budget within three weeks 
of the begining of a legislative session. 

QUESTION 3 

PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION 

Do you approve of the adoption of an amendment to the 
Constitution summarized below, which was approved by the 






269 


General Court in joint sessions of the House of Representa¬ 
tives and Senate on June 26, 1976, by a vote of 244-6, and on 
August 10, 1977, by a vote of 253-1? 

Yes. 

No . 


SUMMARY 

The proposed constitutional amendment would require 
the Secretary of the Commonwealth to send information 
about questions that will appear on the state election ballot 
to each person eligible to vote in the Commonwealth, or to 
every residence in the Commonwealth where one or more 
eligible voters live. Presently, the Constitution requires the 
Secretary to send this information to each registered voter in 
the Commonwealth. 

QUESTION 4 

PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION 

Do you approve of the adoption of an amendment to the 
Constitution summarized below, which was approved by the 
General Court in joint sessions of the House of Representa¬ 
tives and Senate on May 26, 1976, by a vote of 266-0, and on 
August 10, 1977, by a vote of 258-0? 

Yes. 

No . 

SUMMARY 

The proposed constitutional amendment would require 
that in the taking of state census, residence be determined in 
accordance with the standards used by the United States 
when taking the federal census. Under the federal stand¬ 
ards, residence is based upon where a person spends most of 
his or her time whereas under present state standards resi¬ 
dence is based upon legal domicile. The standards would be 
subject to any exceptions which the legislature might en¬ 
act. 


QUESTION 5 

PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION 

Do you approve of the adoption of an amendment to the 
Constitution summarized below, which was approved by the 
General Court in joint sessions of the House of Representa¬ 
tives and Senate on May 26, 1976, by a vote of 260-1, and on 
August 10, 1977, by a vote of 255-0? 

Yes. 

No . 








270 


SUMMARY 

The proposed constitutional amendment would allow a 
local charter commission 18 months after its election to pre¬ 
pare a charter or charter revision for submission to the vot¬ 
ers of a city or town. Presently, the constitution provides 
that the charter or charter revision be prepared within 10 
months of the election of the charter commission. 

QUESTION 6 

PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION 

Do you approve of the adoption of an amendment to the 
Constitution summarized below, which was approved by the 
General Court in joint sessions of the House of Representa¬ 
tives and Senate on June 11, 1975, by a vote of 175-73, and on 
September 7, 1977, by a vote of 173-90? 

Yes. 

No . 


SUMMARY 

The proposed constitutional amendment would provide 
that a student could neither be assigned to nor denied ad¬ 
mittance to a public school on the basis of race, color, na¬ 
tional origin or creed. 


QUESTION 7 

PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION 

Do you approve of the adoption of an amendment to the 
Constitution summarized below, which was approved by the 
General Court in joint sessions of the House of Representa¬ 
tives and Senate on August 11, 1976, by a vote of 248-5, and 
on May 24, 1978, by a vote of 257-0? 

Yes.. 

No . 


SUMMARY 

The proposed constitutional amendment would give the 
legislature the power to establish a different method of pro¬ 
perty taxation for land which is used for recreational pur¬ 
poses and for land preserved in its natural state. It would 
add these two categories to the existing constitutional pro¬ 
vision which allows the legislature to tax wild and forest 
land differently. The amendment’s stated purpose is to de¬ 
velop and conserve natural resources and the environmental 
benefits of recreational land. 






271 


QUESTION 8 

“Shall an act passed by the General Court in the year 
nineteen hundred and seventy-seven entitled ‘An Act author¬ 
izing the the county commissioners of the county of Barn¬ 
stable to purchase or lease dredges for the dredging of water¬ 
ways in said county’, be accepted?” 

Yes. 

No . 

QUESTION 9 

THIS QUESTION IS NON-BINDING 

“Shall the Senator from this District be instructed to 
vote to approve the passage of a bill requiring the reduction 
and limitation of local property taxes by substituting reve¬ 
nue from state taxes, and providing that all state and local 
taxes combined shall not take a larger percentage of the 
total personal income in Massachusetts than the average 
percentage taken in the three year period immediately pre- 
ceeding approval?” 

Yes .. 

No . 

Hereof fail not and make return of this warrant with 
your doings thereon at the time and place of said meeting. 

Given under our hands this seventeenth day of October, 
A.D., 1978. 


s/DONN B. GRIFFIN 


s/BARRY A. HEMEON 


Selectmen of Harwich 


A true Copy: Attest 
s/JOSEPH BARBER, Constable 

October 24, 1978 

By virtue of this warrant I have this day notified and 
warned the inhabitants of this Town of Harwich, qualified 
to vote in elections and Town affairs to meet in the High 
School Gymnasium, Oak Street, in said Town on Tuesday, 
November 7, 1978 at the time and place for the purpose here¬ 
in named by posting up attested copies thereof in the four (4) 
post office buildings in the Town of Harwich, seven days at 
least before the time of said meeting as within directed. 

Signed: JOSEPH BARBER, Constable 








272 


The State Election was held in the Harwich Junior-Sen¬ 
ior High School Gymnasium, Oak Street, Harwich, on Novem¬ 
ber 7, 1978 as directed by the warrant. The polls were de¬ 
clared open at 10:00 A.M. by the Town Clerk, Ruth B. Eric- 
son, after the reading of the opening of the Warrant. There 
being no objections, the reading of the entire Warrant was 
dispensed with and the Return of the Warrant was read. 

The following persons, having been appointed to act as 
Election Officers, were duly sworn to the faithful perform¬ 
ance of their duties by the Town Clerk, Ruth B. Ericson, at 
9:45 A.M.: 


PRECINCT 1 


WARDEN 

DEPUTY WARDEN 
CLERK 

DEPUTY CLERK 
INSPECTORS 

DEPUTY INSPECTORS 


WARDEN 

DEPUTY WARDEN 
CLERK 

DEPUTY CLERK 
INSPECTORS 

DEPUTY INSPECTORS 


WARDEN 

DEPUTY WARDEN 
CLERK 

DEPUTY CLERK 
INSPECTORS 

DEPUTY INSPECTORS: 


Ruth Farham 
Lucille Hathaway 
Mary Hennessy 
Elaine Knott 
Angela DuDeVoire 
Stanley Kruzyna 
Carole Warren 
Jacqueline Barrett 
PRECINCT 2 

H. William Morey 
Carolyn G. Crowell 
Edward Woolley 
Anne Grizey 
Grace Hurst 
Marion Marsh 
Christopher Martes 
Ruth Boynton 

PRECINCT 3 

Anne Doherty 
Dorothy Caplice 
Theresa Kelly 
Stephannie Hesse 
Mary R. Hall 
Margaret Borden 
Elizabeth Paine 
Catherine Lovinsky 


(R) 

(R) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(R) 

(D) 

(R) 

(R) 

(R) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(R) 

(D) 

(R) 

(R) 

(R) 

m 

(D) 

(D) 

(R) 

(R) 

(D) 


Note: The Deputies were duly sworn at 11:45 A.M., to work 
until 6:00 P.M. or “until the polls close if the situation 
requires it.” 

INFORMATION DESK, Charlotte W. Morey (R) and John 
Kelly (D) 


273 


Precinct 1, Precinct 2 and Precinct 3 ballot boxes were ex¬ 
amined by the Town Clerk and the Warden, H. William Mor¬ 
ey, and each ballot box was found to register “zero”. 

The polls were declared open at 10:00 A.M. and the vot¬ 
ing proceeded. 

The following Tellers were appointed and duly sworn to 
their duties by the Town Clerk at 7:45 P.M.: 

REPUBLICANS 

Ellen Cullen 
Claire Eldredge 
Marlene Vagenas 
Laurence Reynolds 
Margaret MacNeil 
Dorothy Thayer 
Frank Votapka 
Amey Scannell 
Ruth Moody 
H. Donald Stanford 
Arthur Wells 
Elizabeth Dwyer 
Morag Buchan 
Mary Irene Siegel 
Jerome Hitchner 
William Robinson 
Pamela Smith 
June Thomas 
Gail Josselyn 
Julianna Peterson 
Margaret Anderson 
Rudolph Siegel 
Maxine Nikula 
Mary Hunt 
Elizabeth Paine 
Jacqueline Barrett 

At 8:00 P.M. the doors to the Gymnasium were closed. 
However those voters waiting in line inside the building were 
allowed to vote before the polls were officially closed. 

The ballot boxes were checked and registered a total of 
three thousand nine hundred forty-one ballots (including 
two hundred thirty-five absentee ballots). The ballots were 
cast by precincts as follows: 


DEMOCRATS 

Joyce Bearse 
James Lor dan 
Raymond Mecure 
James McBride 
Barbara Nordstrom 
Linda Healy 
Edward Etsten 
William J. Doherty 
Rosina Landis 
Ruth Carron 
Ellen Allison 
John Darbyshire 
Gilbert Jensen 
Mae Vicino Eaton 
William Maloney 
Margaret Hafferty 
Mary Irene Chase 
Marietta Nilson 
Catherine Garofalo 
Carol Moore 
Sheriff Duggan 
Annette Manzoli 
Daniel Larkin 
Margaret Van Norman 
Angela DuDeVoire 
Elaine Knott 
Carole Warren 


274 


Precinct 1 — 1152, including eighty-five absentee ballots 
(85). 

Precinct 2 — 1404, including ninety-three absentee bal¬ 
lots (93). 

Precinct 3 — 1385, including fifty-seven absentee bal¬ 
lots (57). 

The voting lists of each precinct showed the same num¬ 
ber of names checked as ballots cast. 

At 5:00 A.M., November 8, 1978, the Town Clerk an¬ 
nounced the following results: 

Precinct Precinct Precinct 



.1 

2 

3 

Total 

SENATOR IN CONGRESS 

*Edward W. Brooke 

661 

860 

729 

2250 

Paul E. Tsongas 

467 

523 

624 

1614 

Blanks 

23 

20 

32 

75 

Michael S. Dukakis 

1 

1 

0 

2 

GOVERNOR-LIEUTENANT 

*Hatch and Cowin 

GOVERNOR 

687 

936 

866 

2489 

King and O’Neill 

419 

429 

470 

1318 

Blanks 

43 

33 

42 

118 

Michael S. Dukakis 

3 

6 

7 

16 

ATTORNEY GENERAL 

*Francis X. Bellotti 

731 

819 

911 

2461 

William F. Weld 

399 

563 

457 

1419 

Blanks 

22 

22 

17 

61 

SECRETARY 

Michael Joseph Connolly 

490 

469 

575 

1534 

*John W. Sears 

603 

891 

754 

2248 

Blanks 

59 

44 

56 

159 

TREASURER 

Robert Q. Crane 

498 

514 

585 

1597 

*Lewis S. W. Crampton 

586 

852 

743 

2181 

Blanks 

68 

38 

57 

163 

AUDITOR 

Thaddeus Buczko 

540 

578 

638 

1756 

*Timothy F. O’Brien 

538 

763 

663 

1964 

Blanks 

74 

63 

84 

221 


275 


Precinct Precinct Precinct 

12 3 Total 


REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 
(Twelfth District) 

*Gerry E. Studds 929 

Blanks 223 

Various Persons 0 


1145 1170 3244 

259 214 696 

0 1 1 


COUNCILLOR (First District) 


*John Britland 

810 

992 

1025 

2827 

Blanks 

342 

412 

360 

1114 

SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT 




(Cape & Islands District) 
*John F. Aylmer 

923 

1191 

1166 

3280 

Blanks 

229 

213 

219 

661 

REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT 



(First Barnstable District) 
James F. Connors 

462 

449 

544 

1455 

*Hayden G. Greenhalgh 

502 

736 

662 

1900 

Mary Hood Hagler 

148 

196 

152 

496 

Blanks 

40 

23 

27 

90 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY (Cape & Islands District) 


*Philip A. Rollins 

899 

1166 

1167 

3232 

Blanks 

253 

238 

218 

709 

REGISTER OF PROBATE AND INSOLVENCY 



(Barnstable County) 
^Frederic P. Claussen 

887 

1150 

1139 

3176 

Blanks 

265 

254 

246 

765 

COUNTY COMMISSIONER 

(Barnstable Cunty) 


*Edward A. Crowell 

910 

1130 

1132 

3172 

Blanks 

242 

274 

253 

769 

COUNTY TREASURER (Barnstable County) 



*Kent T. Besse 

709 

973 

872 

2554 

James Rodgers 

341 

343 

405 

1089 

Blanks 

102 

88 

108 

298 

QUESTION #1. Proposed 

Amendment 

to the 

Constitution 

(Property Classification for Tax Purposes) 

YES 

493 

530 

616 

1639 

*NO 

624 

837 

748 

2209 

Blanks 

35 

37 

21 

93 


276 


QUESTION 

*YES 

NO 

Blanks 

QUESTION 

*YES 

NO 

Blanks 

QUESTION 

*YES 

NO 

Blanks 

QUESTION 

*YES 

NO 

Blanks 

QUESTION 

*YES 

NO 

Blanks 

QUESTION 


*YES 

NO 

Blanks 

QUESTION 


*YES 

NO 

Blanks 


Precinct Precinct Precinct 

12 3 Total 

#2. Proposed Amendment to the Constitution 
(State Budget Deadline) 


743 

932 

917 

2592 

287 

346 

365 

998 

122 

126 

103 

351 

Proposed Amendment to the Constitution 
(Distributing Information for Voters) 

754 

892 

933 

2579 

266 

396 

345 

1007 

132 

116 

107 

355 


#4. Proposed Amendment to the Constitution 
(Residence Standards for State Census) 


726 

866 

903 

2495 

293 

402 

362 

1057 

133 

136 

120 

389 


#5. Proposed Amendment to the Constitution 
(Charter Commission Deadline) 


551 

620 

625 

1796 

434 

622 

599 

1655 

167 

162 

161 

490 


#6. Proposed Amendment to the Constitution 
(Student Assignments to Public Schools) 


703 

837 

903 

2443 

325 

445 

388 

1158 

124 

122 

94 

340 


#7. Proposed Amendment to the Constitution 
(Taxation of Land Used for Recreation or 
Left in a Natural State) 


603 

753 

740 

2096 

421 

510 

539 

1470 

128 

141 

106 

375 


#8. County Commissioners — Authorization to 
purchase or lease dredges for waterways in 
Barnstable County 


662 

795 

809 

2266 

281 

371 

352 

1004 

209 

238 

224 

671 


277 


Precinct Precinct Precinct 

12 3 Total 

QUESTION #9. Non-Binding (Instruct Senator to support 

“cap” on State and Local taxes) 


YES 

732 

887 

907 

2526 

NO 

184 

247 

260 

691 

Blanks 

236 

270 

218 

724 


* Denotes Successful Candidates 

RUTH B. ERICSON, Town Clerk 


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Report of the Civil Defense Director 

To the Honorable Board of Selectmen 
and to the Citizens of Harwich 

In 1978, we have been very fortunate. The heavy storms 
and especially the “Blizzard of ’78” passed us by. The well 
documented effects of those storms in Southeastern Massa¬ 
chusetts are what we are training to deal with; planning, to 
reduce the severity. Our goal is clearly stated in the first 
section of our Emergency Operations Plan: “To insure the 
maximum survival of people and the preservation of property 
in the Town of Harwich, in the event of natural or man-made 
disasters.” 

The goal or “mission” of your Civil Defense is clearly 
stated yet very complicated in carrying out. Only through 
training and practice can we ever hope to attain this goal. 

To this end, we have participated in monthly meetings 
with representatives from the Massachusetts Civil Prepared¬ 
ness Agency. These meetings are a combination of adminis¬ 
trative matters along with informative discussions with vari¬ 
ous experts in the field of civil preparedness. We respond to 
monthly communications checks originated from the civil 
preparedness headquarters in Bridgewater, Massachusetts, 
and relayed through the Police and Fire radio networks. In 
addition, we maintain and update our plans in response to 
new information from the Federal agencies. 

1978 saw the completion of the addition to the Police 
Department. The Civil Defense area is not yet completed, 
but some of the funding that went into the purchase of a 
new generator for the complex was through the Federal Civil 
Defense and this required much research and paper work. 

We are also coordinating with the State and Federal 
levels of Civil Preparedness in order to properly plan for the 
reception of some forty thousands of people from the south¬ 
ern Massachusetts area in the event of an international cri¬ 
sis. Part of the project involves the surveying of buildings 
and roads in the area and some of you will be involved with 
members of the “U. S. Army, Corps of Engineers” represen¬ 
tatives, who are conducting the survey. 

Much of our workings are “behind the scene”. This is 
as it should be and with luck, it will remain that way. We 


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are prepared to serve you and will maintain this level through 
training, planning and practice. 

I wish to extend my thanks to all of those on my staff 
and the volunteers who have helped out in the past. It is 
the contribution of these individuals that makes any system 
work both in the quiet times and when the chips are down. 

Respectfully submitted, 

JOHN S. RANEO 
Director 


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Annual Report of the Cape Cod Regional 
Technical High School District Committee 


The year 1978 at Cape Cod Tech can best be described as 
a year of change. When we first opened our doors in Septem¬ 
ber of 1975 we started with a student enrollment of 950 even 
though the building had been designed for a maximum of 
800 students. It was the hope of the committee and the ad¬ 
ministration that there would be some flexibility in the size 
of the building to enable us to accommodate in excess of 900 
students during the school day. 

After two and a half years of experience it became very 
clear to the administration and the school committee that we 
really could not accommodate over nine hundred pupils in 
the building at one time so, therefore, a plan to phase down 
to the designed 800-student school was projected. This reduc¬ 
tion in student enrollment would take place along with a 
change in the method by which we taught the theoretical 
aspects of vocational education. Actually the change in 
methodology was simply a realization that there is some 
basic information which all occupations need: such as Basic 
Business Practices, Drafting, Blueprint Reading, Technical 
Drawing, Safety and Health Requirements. The committee 
hired specialists to teach these common courses, and con¬ 
tinued to use certified vocational teachers to teach those 
technical skills that were unique to each individual trade. 
I am happy to report at this time that this new method has 
proven to be an improvement because it allows the shop 
teacher to actually teach the theoretical aspect of the par¬ 
ticular skills that he and the students will be working with 
during the following week. There have been some problems 
as you will find with any change, and we will continue to 
make refinements where necessary. A reduction of the num¬ 
ber of students in the shop at any one time has definitely 
been an improvement in the effectiveness of vocational educa¬ 
tion. 

Other activities that took place during the Spring of 
1978 was the tremendous response that some of our shops 
received while they were set up in the Cape Cod Mall during 
Vocational Education Week, and also the response we got 



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from our participation in the Annual Boat Show conducted 
by the Boat Dealers Association of Cape Cod. The students 
certainly appreciated the opportunity to provide the public 
with information as to what we do at Cape Cod Tech. 

For the first time this year Cape Cod Tech did accept 
some tuition students from the Town of Mashpee, — ten to 
be exact, and we were happy to be able to afford those stu¬ 
dents in Mashpee an opportunity for vocational education. 
Our local students have the first opportunity for the avail¬ 
able seats, and if there is room in a particular department it 
is beneficial to our member towns to accept students to fill 
up all departments. 

The Cape Cod Tech basketball team qualified for the 
state tournaments last Spring, and although they lost in the 
semi-finals we were happy for our team members to have had 
that experience. 

We held our third graduation in June of 1978, and I am 
happy to report that 115 males and 54 females graduated, for 
a total of 169. The placement of these graduates as of the 
end of the school year is as follows: 10 students into the 
Armed Forces, 6 students returned to Cape Cod Tech for post¬ 
graduate instruction, 20 students went to a 2-year school of 
higher education, and four went into a four-year college. 
Seventy five students had jobs in the trade for which they 
were educated, and 30 students took jobs outside their area 
of skill. Unfortunately 23 students for one reason or another 
were unemployed as of July 1978, and although I do not have 
specific numbers I feel sure most of them are now working. 
Owing to the fact that some of these students were here for 
one, two or three years, I think the placement was excellent. 

During the Fall of 1978 the Horticultural department has 
been very busy in the restoration of the Gilmore House on 
Route 124 into a Garden Center, which we think will be a 
decided improvement to the entrance to our school. 

We were also very fortunate this Fall to do many more 
student projects for the member towns which are of benefit 
financially to the towns, and of educational benefit to our 
students. 

During the budget development for the next school year 
we appreciated the participation of the Finance Committees 
from each of our member towns. Representatives met with 
our Finance Sub-committee in the development of the new 
budget. Two decisions were made by the Cape Cod Tech 


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committee that do have an effect upon the fiscal 1980 budget, 
that being the introduction of a Commercial Fishing program, 
and the realization that the Adult Education program must 
be partially subsidized by the member towns insofar as 
administrative and overhead costs are concerned. We feel 
that the utilization of our building by adults of our com¬ 
munities is in keeping with the intent of the creation of the 
school. Greater utilization of the building will enable us to 
spread our fixed costs over a greater number of students. 

Cape Cod Tech Cross Country team were the Cape and 
Islands champions this year and we are very pleased with 
the dedication of both the team members and the coaching 
staff. 

We did have tragedy in November when our Vocational 
Coordinator, Warren Mazanec, passed away. He had a tre¬ 
mendous impact on the school and is sorely missed. 

Paul Hackett, Special Needs Coordinator, who had been 
with us since 1973, resigned this year to take a new position 
in the State of New York. We wish him well in that new 
opportunity. 

We had two changes in our committee membership this 
year. Mrs. Ann M. Williams replaced Winthrop V. Wilbur, Jr., 
from the Town of Barnstable; and Edward P. Anderson re¬ 
placed Phyllis S. Thompson from the Town of Chatham. We 
welcome the new members and thank those members that 
left for their assistance during the years they represented 
their towns. 

We again wish to thank the people from the R.S.V.A. pro¬ 
gram here on Cape Cod for their assistance in the multitude 
of tasks that have to be done. We especially want to thank 
the members of the Advisory Committees that have been 
meeting, and will continue to meet with the teachers in our 
trades, to make sure that the education that takes place at 
Cape Cod Tech is meaningful so that our students will be 
able to participate more fully when they graduate. 

We again wish to emphasize that we are here to meet the 
needs of all the people in our eleven towns and if you have 
any questions please call the Superintendent-Director, Wil¬ 
fred H. Learned, Jr., at either 432-4500 or 771-2600. 

Respectfully submitted, 

JAMES H. QUIRK, JR., Chairman JESSE J. MORGAN 
Cape Cod Regional Technical CAROLYN G. CROWELL 
High School District Committee Harwich’s Representatives 


















































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284 


Annual Report 

of the 

School Committee 

and the 

Superintendent of Schools 


For the Year Ending December 31, 1978 


ORGANIZATION FOR THE YEAR 1977 
School Committee 

1979 

1979 

1980 

1981 
1981 

Superintendent of Schools 
Neal F. Todd 

Supervisor of Attendance 
Mitchell Relin 

School Nurse 
Anne B. Irwin, R. N. 

School Physicians 
David P. Doherty, M. D. 

Alan Cahill, M. D. 


Mr. Richard E. Gomes, Chairman Term Expires 

Att. Harold J. Gabriel, Vice-Chairman Term Expires 

Mrs. Nancy L. Clapp Term Expires 

Mrs. Frances Ballam Term Expires 

Mrs. Clotilda P. Blackmore Term Expires 



285 


School Calendar 

1978 - 79 


Schools Open Wednesday, September 6, 1978 

School Year 

September 6, 1978 — December 22, 1978 
January 2, 1979 — February 16, 1979 
February 26, 1979 — April 13, 1979 
April 23, 1979 — June 14, 1979 

Schools Not In Session 

Teacher Convention — Friday, September 29, 1978 

Columbus Day — Monday, October 9, 1978 

Thanksgiving Recess — Wednesday, November 22, 1978 

12:00 Noon, Thursday and Friday, November 23 & 24, 1978 

Christmas Recess — Friday, December 22, 1978 
End of School Day 

Martin Luther King Day — January 15, 1979 
Memorial Day — Monday, May 28, 1979 

Curriculum Days (Schools Close at Noon) 
Wednesday, September 27, 1978 Wednesday, March 14, 1979 


Wednesday, January 17, 

1979 

Wednesday, May 16, 

1979 

1978 


1979 


September 

17 

January 

21 

October 

21 

February 

15 

November 

20 

March 

22 

December 

16 

April 

16 



May 

22 


74 

June 

10 




106 


Year Planned: 


180 Days 





286 


Report of the School Committee 


To the Citizens of the Town of Harwich: 

With over 50% of the tax dollar going to schools, cost is 
the number one concern of your School Committee. Every 
decision that we make must involve educational quality at an 
affordable price. 

Your Committee has made every effort to give you the 
best possible school system without jeopardizing your support 
of our endeavors at town meeting. Every year we have tried 
and met with some success in keeping expenses within our 
control at a minimum. 

In 1972 the school budget increased by 11%. In 1977 by 
7.66% and in 1978 by 4.43%. We are trying our best because 
we know that is what you expect of us as your elected officials. 

More and more, expensive programs and requirements 
are eroding our local control. New laws imposed by the state 
building authority, the fire bureau, the office of the handi¬ 
capped at the state and national level as well as many others 
have caused us endless hours of anguish and frustration. 

We have encouraged the Superintendent and other ad¬ 
ministrators and teachers to seek every possible funding 
source to reduce the burden to the local taxpayer. They have 
been most successful in these efforts and we appreciate their 
results. 

Enrollment has leveled off and we will try to reduce the 
number of school department employees on the town payroll. 
We have eliminated several positions over the past two years 
and we plan to continue doing so. 

Negotiations will all employee groups becomes more com¬ 
plicated and prolonged each time around. We were fortunate 
this year to settle for a two year contract with the teachers 
resulting in a limit of 5 y 2 % being placed on salaries for the 
1979-80 school year. We hope to keep increases for all em¬ 
ployees within this guideline. 

In our report to you last year we neglected to recognize 
the contribution of Mrs. Carolyn Crowell to the Harwich 



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School Committee. She served the Committee, the schools 
and the Town from 1963-1977. Our gratitude to Carolyn for 
her 13 years of dedicated service. 

Dr. Robert Dolan and Mr. Chester Powers each served 
one three year term and also deserve the thanks of the Com¬ 
mittee and the Town. 

Your School Committee will greet the new year with 
optimism knowing that each week we will make decisions that 
will make a segment of our constituency unhappy, yet we 
must satisfy our legal obligations as elected officials and our 
personal consciences as Committee members. 

Respectfully submitted, 

RICHARD E. GOMES, Chairman 
HAROLD J. GABRIEL, Vice-Chairman 
FRANCES BALLAM 
CLOTILDA P. BLACKMORE 
NANCY L. CLAPP 


288 


Report of the Superintendent of Schools 


To the Citizens of the Town of Harwich: 

It is both a privilege and a pleasure to provide this yearly 
update on the progress and plans of the Harwich Public 
Schools. The year past was not without problems but the 
schools were able to adjust without loss of accomplishment. 

Enrollment — In reviewing school enrollment during the 
past seven years we have seen changes from a period of im¬ 
mobility to a time of rapid expansion and finally a return to 
stability. Within this stability however, exists more change 
than was present in 1971. Each year between 25 and 50 
families come and go. Oftentimes the same family that lived 
in Harwich a few years ago returns. This trend probably is 
in keeping with the fluctuating building trade and economic 
changes throughout the Cape. 

Staffing — The administration recognizes that since en¬ 
rollment is not increasing, staff should not increase either. 
During the past few years, whenever possible, we have not 
recommended replacing retiring or resigning teachers. We 
will continue these cost saving recommendations in the 1979- 
80 school budget. 

School Budget — Financing our schools continues to be 
an arduous task. We are caught between rising costs and the 
need to maintain quality programs for children. The Harwich 
school system continues to avail itself of every opportunity to 
receive available state and federal dollars. In many instances 
we cannot use these moneys to replace local dollars. We can, 
however, finance many state mandates with these available 
dollars. During the past few years we have accomplished the 
massive undertaking of implementing Chap. 766 special edu¬ 
cation mandates almost entirely with revenues from state 
and federal sources. (Please refer to the following report on 
the elementary schools and also see the table listing federal 
and state revenues.) 

Inflation hits our school pocketbook just as it affects 
your budget at home. If you compare our budgets over the 
past few years you will note that we have made every effort 
to keep non-salary expenses down. Over 75% of our budget is 



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in salaries which are negotiated annually. Last year school 
department employees received a 6% increase plus applicable 
step raises. With over three-quarters of the total budget of 
$3,070,501 made up of negotiated salaries you can see why it 
is almost impossible to keep school costs down. 

National Testing — Harwich participated again in the 
Iowa Testing program which compares our local achievement 
tests with northeastern and national norms. Our standings 
compare favorably with both and we continue to show pro¬ 
gress in all areas except the upper 25th percentile. The new 
enrichment program which was implemented in September 
of 1978 (see the middle school report) should help us to make 
progress in this area. 

I commend the following highlights prepared by the vari¬ 
ous school building administrators for your perusal: 

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL — K-4 

During the school year 1977-78 teachers in grades three 
and four began to implement an individualized instructional 
program in reading and language arts with the idea of tailor¬ 
ing each child’s educational program to his or her specific 
instructional level, interests and needs. Careful records are 
kept on each student’s progress in the form of skills mastered 
and those yet to be achieved. Each child has an individual 
student profile card which follows him from grade 1-6. A 
teacher can tell at a glance not only the level of a student, 
but which specific basic competencies the child has learned 
and which skills are to be taught to the child. In order to 
support the teachers as they plan to meet each child’s needs, 
a task coordinator meets regularly to provide planning assist¬ 
ance and to suggest alternative teaching methods which 
would be most appropriate for particular children. Federal 
funding has made it possible to provide a certified teacher, 
called a co-teacher, who works within the regular classroom 
to provide help for children who need extra instruction. Each 
co-teacher provides services to approximately eight children 
from two classrooms during a three hour period daily. This 
particular program is unique to Harwich and is proving to be 
effective in assuring that our children are receiving basic 
skills within the setting of the regular classroom. 

The teachers at grades one and two began to implement 
the individualized instruction program in September of 1978. 


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From January to June 1978 they took part in a weekly in- 
service program to provide methods and techniques which 
would enable them more effectively and efficiently to provide 
individualized programs within their classrooms. 

Grouping plays an important part in meeting not only 
the social needs of our children, but the instructional needs 
as well. Children continue to be grouped as always for oral 
reading on their reading level. Flexible groups are formed in 
order to teach skills needed by a group or to re-teach a skill 
not yet mastered. Once a skill has been taught, a mastery 
test is administered, the results are recorded on the child’s 
individual record and continued application is provided to 
ensure retention. 

A Learning Materials Center has been established where 
materials which are appropriate to a child’s learning style 
can be selected. Materials are used for a short time, returned 
to the center and are available for use with other children. 
Teachers have found that the center is a valuable source 
which helps them to meet a wide variety of needs. Keeping 
the materials in circulation provides more mileage from ma¬ 
terials which were formerly used within a classroom for a 
short time and then stored. 

An important part of planning for individual needs is 
the consideration of those children whose talents necessitate 
the need for enrichment materials and activities. Individual¬ 
ization plans some means of planning meaningful experiences 
for these children, also. 

MIDDLE SCHOOL — Grades 5 - 8 

Curriculum: 

Federal funds have been extended to the Harwich Junior 
High School in order to provide additional certified teachers 
in the areas of reading, writing and math. These funds will 
also provide teachers with in-service training on individual¬ 
ized instruction. 

The 1977-78 Iowa Achievement scores continue to demon¬ 
strate progress in all basic skill areas. 

The Career Education Program is now funded by our 
local school budget. This program is providing our students 
with worthwhile information in order to assist them in mak¬ 
ing intelligent decisions on whether to attend Harwich High 
School or Cape Cod Tech. 


291 


The extra-curricular activities at the Junior High level 
continue to provide a high level of experience for our young¬ 
sters. Our newspaper received a top award from the Columbia 
School of Journalism and the drama program sponsored 
“Cheaper by the Dozen” performed by a combination of stu¬ 
dents and faculty. 

The Health Advisory Committee has recommended a cur¬ 
riculum outline for the middle school that has been adopted 
by the Harwich School Committee. Staffing arrangements 
have also been determined. 

A creative enrichment program has been initiated at the 
Intermediate School. Students are exposed to foreign lan¬ 
guage, advanced math, creative writing, and many other in¬ 
teresting academic subjects. This program will be expanded 
further into the Junior High School during the next two 
years. 

Consideration is being given to a Pre-Algebra course for 
8th graders capable of handling this material. 

The fine arts program at the middle school level is one 
of the best on Cape Cod. It offers a full range of exploratory 
experiences to our students. 

The physical education program continues to suffer from 
lack of basic facilities. 

The Intermediate School library continues to function 
with a fine group of parent volunteers. 

The quality of the individualized program at the Harwich 
Intermediate School is attracting visitors from several differ¬ 
ent school systems. 

Special classes in remedial language arts and math are 
being offered to students in need of attention. 

The Industrial Arts program has expanded into several 
different areas of interest including plastics. 

The Harwich Middle School faculty and administration 
firmly believe in providing a logical balance between basic 
skills and exploratory experiences. Every attempt is made to 
balance these two very important needs of adolescent young¬ 
sters. 

Student and Parental Development 

The middle school student council has excellent repre¬ 
sentatives committed to improving their school. They also 


292 


give much time in offering services to our community as a 
whole. 

The Middle School Parents’ Association has merged with 
the Elementary School Parents’ Association. Several informa¬ 
tive programs have been planned. 

Special Emphasis 

A modified program of meeting individual needs in the 
basic subjects will be offered at the Junior High. It should 
not be compared to the program presently existing at the 
Intermediate School. 

The Middle School will continue to stress basic skills by 
providing more classroom time and insisting on high stand¬ 
ards and expectations. 

Our basic goal, grades 5-8, is to continue with the sta¬ 
bility that has developed within the Intermediate School and 
implement constructive changes that have been jointly devel¬ 
oped by faculty and administration. 

Another major goal is to continue, within our budget con¬ 
straints, to organize a well rounded program which will meet 
the needs of the vast majority of students. 

The Middle School teachers are to be commended for 
their dedication and willingness to look at what is truly best 
for our young people. 

HIGH SCHOOL — Grades 9 - 12 
NEASC Evaluation Results 

At a May 12, 1978 meeting of the New England Association 
of Schools and Colleges, Harwich High School was awarded 
continued accreditation for five years through 1982. 

The awarding of the continued accreditation was the re¬ 
sult of more than two and one-half years of preparation by 
the Harwich High School staff. 

Special Emphasis 

During the past four months, special emphasis has been 
placed on group guidance and career education for 9th 
graders. 

Groups of 9th graders meet with Walter Thompson and 
other members of the guidance department for nine week 
periods. During each cycle, the following topics are discussed: 


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1. Self evaluation and development 

2. Career awareness 

3. Career decision making 

4. Employment seeking skills 

5. Work effectiveness skills 

6. Personal economics 

New Courses 

A course in Advanced Reading is now available to sen¬ 
iors. The course is specifically designed for students who 
wish to improve their reading speed and comprehension. 
Next year a similar course will be offered to students grades 
9-12. 

Spanish I became a part of the total curriculum as of 
September, 1978. There are presently a total of 60 students 
taking the course. Subsequent years will see Spanish II-IV 
added to the program. 

Competency Based Testing 

The high school staff is presently involved in preparing 
for the institution of Basic Skills Testing which will be re¬ 
quired by the State Department of Education beginning Sep¬ 
tember 1, 1980. 

1. What is Basic Skills Testing? 

Periodic testing to insure that all students 
achieve mastery of basic skills prior to high 
school graduation. 

2. What will be tested? 

A. Communication skills 

B. Math material skills 

C. Career information 

D. Social responsibilities 

E. Environment 

F. Culture 

3. When will testing begin? 

Evaluation of basic skills in reading, writing 
and mathematics will be done by the end of 
the 1981-82 school year and in listening and 
speaking by the end of the 1981-82 school 
year. Testing in other areas will be accom¬ 
plished during subsequent years. 


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Word About the Students 

The students at Harwich High School are a fine group of 
young people. They are most cooperative and responsive in 
regard to all aspects of their school lives. It is a privilege to 
be associated with them and the citizens of the Town of 
Harwich. 

DEPARTMENT OF PUPIL PERSONNEL SERVICES 

Grades K - 12 

Special educational services were again provided to chil¬ 
dren with learning deficiencies who were referred by teachers, 
administrators, parents, or agencies. During the 1977-78 
school year 220 students received specialized instruction, 
psychological services, speech and language therapy, or motor 
development training. This proportion of students with spe¬ 
cial educational needs is consistent with the national expect¬ 
ancy, and all services and procedures are required by State 
regulations. 

All but 15 of these students attend regular classes more 
than 75% of the school day. Remedial instruction in the basic 
skills of reading, language arts, and mathematics is provided 
for 150 students by individualized teaching within their 
classes in grades 1-6. Supplemental special instruction in 
Resource Centers is also provided to 125 of these students 
enrolled in grades 1-8. This represents a decreasing depend¬ 
ence upon special education and has permitted a 50% reduc¬ 
tion in this staff since 1975. During this period, the number 
of low achieving students on standardized test of basic skills 
in grades 1-6 has also been reduced by 50%, and is only one- 
half the national expectancy. 

Placement in day and residential schools is provided for 
five students with severe mental impairments. No student 
displaying a behavioral disorder is segregated from normal 
classes. 

The cost of these special educational services and in¬ 
dividualized regular instruction is almost entirely defrayed 
by federal grants and entitlements and by state reimburse¬ 
ments. 

In conclusion, I would like to express my sincere appre¬ 
ciation to all of the school system employees, cooperative 
Town officials and supportive parents who have contributed 
to the progress of the schools over the past year. 

NEAL F. TODD 
Superintendent of Schools 


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GRADUATION EXERCISES 
Sunday, May 28, 1978 
High School Gymnasium 
2:00 P.M. 


CLASS OF 1978 


Richard Alett Arneson 
Perian Ashton 

Anne Ashby Baker 
Gregory Paul Ballum 
P. Michael Barca 
Richard A. Barton, Jr. 

*Peter Bennett 
William L. Bergeron 
Michelle Ann Black 
Brenda J. Blakeley 
Kevin Michael Blute 
Bridget L. Boyce 
Donna J. Burnham 
♦Dana Chase Burton 
Sharon L. Bush 
Nancy Marie Bushey 

Barbie Callahan 
♦Daniel Patrick Callahan 
*Holli Campbell 
Christa Rae Chapin 
Bradford Carl Chase 
John F. Connell, Ji*. 

* Judith Ann Coombes 

* Susan Leigh Coombs 

Jose Tirso Olivares Cordoba 
Roger G. Cove 

Joseph W. Dearborn 
*Donna Rose DeFerie 
♦Karen Ann Dunford 

Frank Michael Eldredge 

Kenneth William Fehrnstrom 
David Fernandes 
♦George Murray Ferreira 
Rosemary Fitzgerald 
Kenneth Fredrick Friedman 

♦Jeffrey Allen Gaus 
Kelly Ann Gingras 
James George Gomes III 
Kim Marie Gomes 
Pamela Ann Elizabeth Gonsalves 
♦Steven Wade Gonzales 

Mark Edward Hammond 
Mary E. Hansen 
Timothy Joseph Harrington 
♦Lisa Aline Heap 


Steven P. Hersey 
♦Donna Marie Higgins 
Thomas P. Higgins 
Gary M. Hoffman 
Thomas Joseph Howard 
Ron Hubbard 
♦V. Gale Hughes 
Lisa B. Hunt 

Rolf Iben 

♦Priscilla Ann Isaacs 

Pamela Kelly 
Joanne Alice Kingsbury 
♦Susan Jane Kozar 

♦Michael B. LeDuc 
♦♦Lois Lindholm 
Karen J. Livramento 
♦Janet Marie Loftus 
Loretta M. Lopes 

♦Amy M. Macdonald 
Bernard P. Manzoli, Jr. 

Andrew George Mason 
♦Philip Michael McCormick 
Robert F. McGillen 
Leonard Lee Miranda 
MaryEllen Mosher 
Mark S. Murphy 
Sara Myers 

Christopher James Nealy 
Karl James Nelson 
Craig Nickerson 
♦Susan Lynn Noyes 

Daniel James O’Brien 

♦Elaine Papas 
Charles David Peavey 
Clarke William Peavey 
Peter B. Barrows Pena 
♦Teresa R. Perry 
Charlene J. Peterson 
Michael Pina 
Michael James Powers 

♦Cynthia Joyce Reynolds 
Lynne Louise Michael Robertson 
Craig S. Rose 
♦Michael J. Ross 
Darren Runnels 



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CLASS OF 1978—Continued 


Thomas Anthony Saudade 
Lynn Carol Scichilone 
Nancy Ann Skiffington 
Julie Ann Smith 
Charles K. Swanson 
*Brenda Jean Switzer 

James Edward Thibert 
*Mary Kate F. Tierney 

Leslie M. Vasconcellos 


John E. Warren, Jr. 
*Charlene Jane Webb 
*Carol A. Webber 
* Carla S. Welsh 
*Gretchen Carol Widegren 
Jacqueline Wildes 

Yafa Yftah 

Sandra Zeigler 


*Members of National Honor Society 
**Member of the class but could not attend 


297 


BROOKS MEDAL RECIPIENTS 

Harwich Sr. High School Dana Burton 

Harwich Jr. High School Jennifer Moran 

Harwich Intermediate School Christopher Pearson 


JOHNSON ULM TUITION SCHOLARSHIPS 
GRANTED FOR THE SCHOOL YEAR 

1977 - 1978 


Peter Bennett 
Dana Burton 
Daniel Callahan 
Susan Coombs 
Lisa Heap 
Donna Higgins 
Michael Ross 
Carol Webber 


Colorado School of Mines 
Franklin & Marshall College 
Boston University 
Gordon College 
Southeastern Massachusetts Univ. 
Framingham State College 
University of Mass, at Amherst 
Cape Cod Community College 


298 


ENROLLMENT 

HARWICH SCHOOL SYSTEM 


October 


Kindergarten 
Grade 1 
Grade 2 
Grade 3 
Grade 4 

Total Elementary 

5th Grade 
6th Grade 
7th Grade 
8th Grade 

Total Middle 

9th Grade 
10th Grade 
11th Grade 
12th Grade 

Total Senior High 

GRAND TOTAL 


, 1978 


Boys 

Girls 

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35 

67 

49 

68 

67 

59 

70 

56 

69 

301 

290 

57 

51 

58 

58 

85 

66 

68 

52 

268 

227 

58 

79 

61 

69 

64 

50 

46 

51 

229 

249 

798 

766 


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PROFESSIONAL NOTES 

1. Irving Anderson, H.S. Instrumental Music, appt’d 9/78, replacing 
T. Anthony resigned 6/78. 

2. Jeanne Barker, Kindergarten, Leave of absence 1978-79 school year. 
No replacement. 

3. Joan Brock, Grade 2, transferred 9/78, replacing A. Cahoon resigned 
8/78. 

4. Ralph Burns, H.S. Science, appt’d 9/78, replacing M. Cooper retired 
6/78. 

5. Peter DeSalvatore, Elementary Physical Education, appt’d 9/78, re¬ 
placing R. Shillinglaw resigned 9/78. 

6. Rita Doddridge, Elementary Art, app’t 9/78, replacing B. Elliott 
resigned 3/78. 

7. Pamela Duncan, Jr. High Resource Room, began 9/78, replacing 
M. Borges resigned 6/78. 

8. Gilbert Ellis, H.S. Science, returned from sabbatical 9/78, replacing 
Ralph Burns. 

9. Aline Johnson, Foreign Language, appt’d 1/78, replacing D. Mc¬ 
Laughlin resigned 1/78. 

10. Isabel King, Jr. High Task Coordinator, appt’d 9/78, replacing G. 
Thompson resigned 3/78. 

11. Virginia Klisiewicz, Task Coordinator—Grades 3 & 4, appt’d 9/78, 
replacing J. Brock transferred 9/78. 

12. Sandra Liska, Int. School Drama, appt’d 9/78, replacing G. Burleigh 
resigned 6/78. 

13. Philip McCormick, appt’d Asst. Principal—Middle School, 9/78. New 
Position. 

14. Lynn Nickerson, Elem. Cataloguer, appt’d 11/78, replacing Norma 
Thompson. 

15. Norma Thompson, Grade 2, appt’d 12/78 for balance of 1978-79 
school year, replacing Barry Longval resigned 12/78. 

16. Renee Roberts, Creative Enrichment Program—Middle School, 
appt’d 9/78. New Position. 

17. Lorraine Shutt', Math, began 9/78, replacing J. Trainor resigned 
5/78. 

18. Dale Wescott, married 10/78, maiden name Shaughnessy. 

NON-PROFESSIONAL NOTES 

1. Joanne Clancy, Bookkeeper, appt’d 6/78 replacing Mary Ann Nicker¬ 
son, resigned 7/78. 

2. Clarence Oliver, Maintenance, retired 5/78, no replacement. 

3. Joseph Fernandes transferred to Intermediate School 12/78 replacing 
Arthur Cahoon, resigned 11/78. 

4. Beverly Winchell, Cafeteria Aide, appt’d 9/78 replacing J. Caldwell, 
resigned 6/78. 

5. Judith Garofalo, Cafeteria Aide, married 7/78. Maiden name Gorrell. 

6. Elizabeth Tyldesley, Media Clerk, appt’d 7/78. New Position. 

7. Winifred Peterson, Media Aide, appt’d 9/78. New Position. 

8. Vincent Forni, Elementary Custodian, transferred to High School 
12/78 replacing Edgar Durkee, resigned 12/78. 

9. James McGillen, High School Custodian, transferred to Elementary 
School 12/78 replacing J. Fernandes. 

10. James Marshall, High School Custodian, transferred to Elementary 
School 12/78 replacing V. Forni. 

11. Robert Rathburn appt’d High School Custodian 12/78 replacing 
James Marshall. 


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Financial Statement 

Fiscal Year July 1, 1977 - June 30, 1978 
#1000 Administration 


Appropriation 

Expenses—Salaries, Sups. & Mats. 

$ 67,750.00 

67,320.24 

Returned to Revenues 

$ 429.76 

#2000 Instruction 

Appropriation 

Expenses—Salaries, Sups. & Mats. 

$ 2,248,413.00 
2,247,886.18 

Encumbered for Summer Salaries, 1978 

Balance Available for Revenue 

$ 526.82 

- 0 - 

#3000 Other School Services 

Appropriation 

Expenses—Salaries, Sups., Transportation 

$ 211,999.00 
210,838.99 

Returned to Revenue 

$ 1,160.01 

#4000 Operation & Maintenance 

Appropriation 

Expenses—Salaries, Sups., Utilities 

$ 324,265.00 

324,223.13 

Returned to Revenue 

$ 41.87 

#7000 Acquisition of Fixed Assets 

Appropriation 

Expenses—Equipment 
• 

$ 10,861.00 
10,860.70 

Returned to Revenue 

$ .30 

Contingency 

Appropriation 

Expenses—Unplanned Expense 

$ 10,000.00 
9,999.27 

Returned to Revenue 

$ .73 

#9000 Programs With Other Schools 

Appropriation 

Expenses—Tuition & Transportation 

$ 48,350.00 

48,304.55 

Returned to Revenue 

$ 45.45 










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School Lunch Ace#uftt 


Balance as of July 1, 1977 

$ 

3,759.00 

Income 


145,312.33 

Expenses—Salaries, Sups. 


148,716.13 

Balance as of June 3<§, 1978 

$ 

355.20 

Athletic Revolvhfcf Account 

Balance as of June 30, 1978 

$ 

449.95 

Lost Books 

Balance as of June 30, 1978 

$ 

1,625.52 

Vocational Education 

Appropriation 

$ 

14,315.00 

Expenses—Salaries, Sups. 


13,583.18 

Returned to Revenue 

$ 

662.82 

Liberal Arts 

Appropriation 

$ 

4,500.00 

Expenses—Salaries 


4,500.00 

Returned to Revenue 


-0- 

School Article 11 STM 19/13/76 

Beginning Balance July 1, 1977 

$ 

10,000.00 

Expenses 


8,261.00 

Balance June 3$, 1978 

$ 

1,739.00 

School Bond Article 5 STM 11/12/73 

Beginning Balance July 1, 1977 

$ 

472.87 

Expenses 


0.00 

Balance June 36, 1978 

$ 

472.87 

Anti Rec. Article 12 STM 1/10/78 

Beginning Balance July 1, 1977 

$ 

110,511.59 

Expenses 


4,826.01 

Balance June 30, 1978 

$ 

105,685.58 









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TOWN OF HARWICH 
ANNUAL TOWN MEETING 

WARRANT 


APRIL 2, 1979 

THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS 
BARNSTABLE, ss: 

To either of the Constables of the Town of Harwich in 
said County, Greeting: 

In the name of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts you 
are hereby directed to notify and warn the inhabitants of 
said Town qualified to vote in elections and Town affairs to 
meet in the High School Gymnasium, Oak Street in said 
Town on Monday, April 2, 1979 at 10:00 A.M. then and there 
to act on Article 1 and afterwards on the following day, Tues¬ 
day, April 3, 1979 at 7:30 P.M. to meet in the High School 
Gymnasium, Oak Street to act on the remaining articles. 

Polls will be open at 10:00 A.M. and close at 8:00 P.M. 

Article 1. To choose on one ballot the following Town 
Officers and Committees: Moderator for one year; one Se¬ 
lectman and Member of Board of Health for three years; one 
Assessor for three years; one Selectman and Member of Board 
of Health for one year unexpired term; one Assessor for one 
year unexpired term; one Highway Surveyor for three years; 
two School Committee members for three years; three Parks 
& Recreation Commission members for three years; one Water 
Commissioner for three years; one Cemetery Commissioner 
for three years; two Trustees of Brooks Free Library for three 
years. 



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Article 2. To choose all other Town Officers and Com¬ 
mittees. 

Article 3. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
Town Treasurer, with the approval of the Selectmen, to bor¬ 
row money from time to time in anticipation of the revenue 
of the financial year beginning July 1, 1979, in accordance 
with the provisions of General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 4, 
and to issue a note or notes therefor, payable within one year, 
and to renew any note or notes as may be given for a period 
of less than one year in accordance with General Laws, Chap¬ 
ter 44, Section 17 and to act fully thereon. Customary article. 

Article 4. To hear the reports of all Town Officers and 
Committees for the year 1978. Customary article. 

Article 5. To see if the Town will vote to amend the 
Personnel By-Law accepted under Article 5 on March 5, 1962 
and as subsequently amended, by striking out the Classifica¬ 
tion and Compensation Plan set forth in the Appendix of the 
Personnel By-Law as amended, and substituting therefor the 
following Classification and Compensation Plan which in¬ 
cludes the new position, Grant Writer, and to raise and 
appropriate a sufficient sum of money to implement this 
substituted Plan and to act fully thereon. By request of and 
authorized by the Personnel Board. (See Plan) 

Article 6. To see if the Town will vote to amend Part 
IX, Section 1, paragraph (b) of the Town of Harwich Per¬ 
sonnel By-Law, as amended, by striking out said Part IX, 
Section 1, paragraph (b) and substituting the following in 
its place: 

“(b) Employees who have been employed for more 
than twelve months shall be granted vacation 
leave with full pay as follows: 

Years Employed Vacation Leave 

One year but less than five years Two calendar weeks 

Five years but less than ten years Three calendar weeks 

Ten years or more Four calendar weeks” 

and to act fully thereon. By request of the Personnel Board. 

Article 7. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to be added to the Salary 
and Wage Accounts of the Police Department to implement 
the Union Contract and to act fully thereon. By request of 
the Board of Selectmen. 


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Article 8. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate sufficient sum of money to be added to the Salary 
and Wage Account of the Water, Highway and Golf Depart¬ 
ments to implement the Service Employees Union Contract 
and to act fully thereon. By request of the Board of Select¬ 
men. 

Article 9. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to be added to the Salary 
and Wage Accounts of the Fire Department to implement 
the Union Contract and to act fully thereon. By request of 
the Board of Selectmen. 

Article 10. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to be added to the various 
Salary and Wage Accounts to implement the N.A.G.E. Union 
Contract and to act fully thereon. By request of the Board 
of Selectmen. 

Article 11. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to pay the salary of an 
Assistant Assessor to be hired by the Assessors pursuant to 
General Laws, Chapter 41, Section 25A and to act fully there¬ 
on. By request of the Board of Assessors. 

Article 12. To see if the Town will vote to fix the salaries 
of the elected officials of the Town for the fiscal year com¬ 
mencing July 1, 1979 and ending June 30, 1980 as follows: 


Selectmen & Board of Health (three) 

$11,675.00 

each 

Chairman, Board of Selectmen 

1,000.00 


Assessors (three) 

4,650.00 

each 

Moderator 

250.00 


Town Clerk 

3,180.00 


Town Treasurer 

6,386.50 


Tax Collector 

6,783.50 


Surveyor of Highways 

18,725.00 


Tree Warden 

2,050.00 


Water Commissioners (three) 

400.00 

each 

Cemetery Commissioners (three) 

100.00 

each 

Constables (three) 

125.00 

each 


Article 13. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate such sums of money as may be required to defray 
Town charges for the fiscal year 1979-80 and to act fully 
thereon. (See budget) 


317 


Article 14. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to paint and repair the 
Elevated Tank at Kildee Hill and to act fully thereon. By 
request of the Board of Water Commissioners. 

Article 15. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to be used by the Board 
of Water Commissioners for the installation of water mains 
on such Town Ways as the Board of Water Commissioners 
shall determine and to act fully thereon. By request of the 
Board of Water Commissioners. 

Article 16. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate the sum of five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) to 
defray the cost of Engineering Services for the Water De¬ 
partment and to act fully thereon. By request of the Board 
of Water Commissioners. 

Article 17. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to install a water main 
on Long Pond Drive from the end of the existing main east¬ 
erly for a distance of approximately 1.8 miles and on any 
other Town Ways as the Board of Water Commissioners shall 
determine and to act fully thereon. By request of the Board 
of Water Commissioners. 

Article 18. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to install a water main 
on Queen Anne Road from the end of the existing main 
westerly approximately 1,500 feet and on any other Town 
Ways as the Board of Water Commissioners shall determine 
and to act fully thereon. By request of the Board of Water 
Commissioners. 

Article 19. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to purchase and main¬ 
tain shade trees to be planted on the roadsides of the Town 
of Harwich and to act fully thereon. By request of the Tree 
Warden. 

Article 20. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of one thousand sixty four dollars 
($1,064.00) to be added to the Town Group Insurance De¬ 
duction Account — Boston Mutual Life Insurance — for the 
purpose of refunding to those Town employees having op¬ 
tional life insurance a dividend pertaining thereto which 


318 


was received by the Town and credited to revenue in fiscal 
1978, such refund to be made in proportion to the premium 
amount paid by such employees for the period covered by the 
dividend and to act fully thereon. By request of the Board 
of Selectmen. 

Article 21. To see if the Town will vote to amend the 
Zoning By-Law, Section VI Area, Height and Bulk Regula¬ 
tions, Paragraph D, sub-paragraph 7 by inserting the words, 
“. . . or essential service” after the word “bridge” in the first 
sentence of said sub-paragraph so as amended the pertinent 
part of the first sentence would read, “In areas bordering on 
tide lands, tidal marsh or watercourse, no building or struc¬ 
ture except a bridge or essential service shall be located closer 
than 50 ft. from mean high water level (as determined by* 
U.S.C.G.S.) or closer than 50 ft. from any marsh . . .” and to 
act fully thereon. By request of the Board of Selectmen. 

Article 22. To see if the Town will vote to amend the 
By-Laws, Article 3, Part 4, Section 3-406 by deleting said sec¬ 
tion in its entirety. Said By-Law which relates to the appoint¬ 
ment by the Selectmen of a Gas Inspector has been super¬ 
seded by State Law and to act fully thereon. By request of 
the Board of Selectmen. 

Article 23. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money for the purpose of hiring 
five (5) new policemen and to act fully thereon. By request 
of the Chief of Police. 

Article 24. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to supplement the Police 
Department Salaries and Wage Account in the event the 
foregoing article is defeated and to act fully thereon. By re¬ 
quest of the Chief of Police. 

Article 25. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to purchase four (4) new 
police cruisers and equipment and authorize the disposal of 
the existing cruisers, the money obtained by said disposal to 
be used to defray the cost of the new cruisers and to act fully 
thereon. By request of the Chief of Police. 

Article 26. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to purchase a Highway 
Safety Cruiser and to accept reimbursement from the Gov- 


319 


ernor’s Highway Safety Committee in the amount of seven 
thousand dollars ($7,000.00) and to act fully thereon. By re¬ 
quest of the Chief of Police. 

Article 27. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to purchase a radar unit 
and to accept reimbursement, if available, from the Govern¬ 
or’s Highway Safety Committee in the amount of one thou¬ 
sand dollars ($1,000.00) and to act fully thereon. By request 
of the Chief of Police. 

Article 28. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
Selectmen to lease for a period of three (3) years a portion of 
the Town-owned parking lot at Allen’s Harbor. The area to 
be leased would be used for open storage of boats between 
the months of November and May of each year and the lease 
would involve an area 45 feet in width extending from Lower 
County Road along the westerly boundary of the Town owned 
property to Allen’s Harbor; said lease to be on such terms 
and conditions as the Selectmen deem appropriate and to 
act fully thereon. By request of the Board of Selectmen. 

Article 29. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to be added to the 
Dredging Reserve Fund and to act fully thereon. By request 
of the Board of Selectmen. 

Article 30. To see if the Town will assume liability in 
the manner provided by Section 29 of Chapter 91 of the Gen¬ 
eral Laws as amended by Chapter 516 and 524, Acts of 1950, 
for all damages that may be incurred by work to be per¬ 
formed by the Department of Public Works of Massachusetts, 
for the improvement, development, maintenance and protec¬ 
tion of tidal and non-tidal rivers and streams, harbors, tide¬ 
waters, foreshores, and shores along a public beach outside 
of Boston Harbor including the Merrimack and Connecticut 
Rivers in accordance with Section 11 of Chapter 91 of the 
General Laws and authorize the Selectmen to execute and 
deliver a bond of indemnity to the Commonwealth. Custom¬ 
ary article. 

Article 31. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to purchase plans and 
specifications suitable for bidding purposes to expand Saqua- 
tucket Harbor and to act fully thereon. By request of the 
Board of Selectmen. 


320 


Article 32. To see if the Town will vote to transfer one 
(1) 1970 Ford Pickup Truck now owned by the Town from 
the Fire Department to the Parks and Recreation Commission 
and to act fully thereon. By request of the Fire Chief. 

Article 33. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to purchase and equip 
a pick-up truck to be used by the Commission’s maintenance 
supervisor and to act fully thereon. By request of the Parks 
& Recreation Commission. 

Article 34. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of one thousand ninety six dollars 
($1,096.00) for the purpose of renting portable toilets for 
Whitehouse Field and Wixon Memorial areas during the 
summer months and to act fully thereon. By request of the 
Parks & Recreation Commission. 

Article 35. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of five thousand eighty six dollars 
($5,086.00) to financially aid the following programs: 


Harwich Junior' Theatre . $1,500.00 

Harwich Town Band . 1,930.00 

Harwich Amateur Basketball . 1,100.00 

Harwich Lassie League . 556.00 


The amounts listed are to be disbursed by the Parks & 
Recreation Commission and to act fully thereon. By request 
of the Parks & Recreation Commission. 

Article 36. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to insulate the ceiling 
and sidewalls of the Harwich Recreation Building and to act 
fully thereon. By request of the Parks & Recreation Com¬ 
mission. 

Article 37. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money for the purpose of con¬ 
structing a wheelchair ramp at the Harwich Recreation 
Building, Sisson Road, Harwich and to act fully thereon. By 
request of the Parks and Recreation Commission. 

Article 38. To see if the Town will vote to accept the 
provisions of Chapter 41, Section 69G by establishing an 
Office of Land and Natural Resources and to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money for this purpose and to 
act fully thereon. By petition. 






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Article 39. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money for salary and expenses 
of a Building Repairman to be hired, by and under the super¬ 
vision of the Board of Selectmen for the purpose of main¬ 
taining public buildings and public works except Schools and 
to act fully thereon. By petition. 

Article 40. To see if the Town will vote to amend the 
By-Law by adding a new Section under “Part 4, Selectmen” 
numbered 3-407 which shall read: 

“The Selectmen shall within three weeks after the 
closing date of the Annual Town Meeting Warrant 
cause to have published in a newspaper having a 
circulation in the Town of Harwich all articles for 
the Annual Town Meeting and to act fully thereon. 

By petition. 

Article 41. That the town vote to establish a Housing 
Authority for the purpose of providing housing for the elderly 
or take any other action in relation thereto. By petition. 

Article 42. That the town instruct the Board of Select¬ 
men to provide separate election polling locations in each 
of Precincts 1, 2 and 3. By petition. 

Article 43. To see if the Town will vote to establish a 
separate and distinct voting place for each of the precincts 
of the Town of Harwich. Such voting places to be located as 
equidistant from the boundary lines of each precinct as is 
possible and necessary and to act fully thereon. By petition. 

Article 44. To see if the Town will vote to increase the 
number of members of the Board of Selectmen from three 
to live members with the term office to remain at three 
years and to provide on the ballot at the 1979 Annual Town 
Election for the election of two members for a term of one 
year; one member for the term of two years; and one mem¬ 
ber for a term of three years; said Board of Selectmen shall 
continue to serve as the Board of Health. By petition. 


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Article 45. To see if the Town will vote to empower the 
Board of Selectmen to appoint an Executive Secretary for a 
term of one or three years and to remove such appointee at 
their discretion in accordance with the provisions of Massa¬ 
chusetts General Laws Chapter Forty One (41), Section 
Twenty Three A (23A). By petition. 

Article 46. To see if the Town will vote to accept Chap¬ 
ter 53 — Section 9A of the Annotated Laws of the Common¬ 
wealth of Massachusetts: “. . . The final date for obtaining 


























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blank nomination papers for nomination to city or town 
office shall be forty-eight week day hours prior to the hour 
on which nomination papers are required to be submitted to 
the registrars of voters for certification. 

Each candidate shall file with the city or town clerk, 
prior to obtaining blank nomination papers, a statement 
containing his name and address, and the city or town office 
for which he intends to be a candidate. 

No candidate for city or town office shall receive more 
blank nomination papers than will contain the number of 
signatures- required to place his name in nomination, multi¬ 
plied by five (1962, 249; 1964, 175) . . .” and to act fully there¬ 
on. By request of the Town Clerk. 

Article 47. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to paint the exterior of 
Brooks Academy and to act fully thereon. By request of the 
Board of Selectmen. 

Article 48. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate the sum of two thousand seven hundred thirty one 
dollars ($2,731.00) to update the present sprinkler system at 
Brooks Academy and to act fully thereon. By request of the 
Board of Selectmen. 

Article 49. To see if the Town will vote to instruct the 
Selectmen to purchase or take by eminent domain two cer¬ 
tain parcels of land in Harwich bounded and described as 
follows: 

PARCEL 1. Beginning at a concrete bound at the south¬ 
west corner of the parcel, said corner formed by the inter¬ 
section of the northerly right-of-way line of Parallel Street 
and the easterly right-of-way line of Forest Street; thence 
N 4° - 38' - 00" W a distance of 145.02 feet to a point; thence 
N 85° - 03' - 40" E a distance of 108.96 feet to a concrete 
bound; thence S 6° - 48'- 40" E a distance of 145.06 feet 
to a concrete bound at the right-of-way line of Parallel 
Street; thence S 85° - 03' - 40" W a distance of 114.47 feet 
to the point of beginning. Said parcel contains 16,198 
square feet more or less. 

PARCEL 2. Beginning at a stake at the northwest corner 
of the parcel, said point formed by the intersection of the 
southerly right-of-way line of Parallel Street and easterly 
right-of-way line of Forest Street; thence N 85° - 03' - 40" E 


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a distance of 135.20 feet to a point on the southerly right- 
of-way line of Parallel Street; thence S 2° - 46' - 40" W a 
distance of 106.32 feet to a point on the northerly right-of- 
way line of Sisson Road; thence S 45° - 23'- 00" W a dis¬ 
tance of 158.55 feet to a point formed by the intersection 
of the northerly right-of-way line of Sisson Road and east¬ 
erly right-of-way line of Forest Street; thence N 4° -38'- 
00" W a distance of 206.59 feet to the point of beginning. 
Said parcel contains an area of 19,672 square feet, more 
or less. 

There is excluded from this parcel so much of the land 
which was deeded to the Town by John H. Paine as a 
memorial square to Robert V. Paine. Said deed is recorded 
at Barnstable Registry of Deeds in Book 1246, Page 10. 

Said land to be under the jurisdiction of the Selectmen 
and to be used for future parking space or other municipal 
uses and to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of money 
for this purpose and to act fully thereon. By request of the 
Board of Selectmen. 

Article 50. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to install a traffic light 
and other traffic controls at the Route 124 (Pleasant Lake 
Avenue) — Queen Anne Road intersection and to act fully 
thereon. By request of the Board of Selectmen. 

Article 51. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money for the purpose of in¬ 
stalling a sidewalk on the west side of South Street from 
Sisson Road to Miles Street and to act fully thereon. By 
request of the Highway Surveyor. 

Article 52. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to purchase and equip 
one (1) dump truck and to act fully thereon. By request of 
the Highway Surveyor. 

Article 53. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money and authorize the Sur¬ 
veyor of Highways to purchase a new or used backhoe and to 
act fully thereon. By request of the Surveyor of Highways. 

Article 54. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money for the purpose of hot- 
mixing, oiling and improving various Town roads and to act 
fully thereon. By request of the Highway Surveyor. 





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Article 55. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to be used with any other 
available State or Federal funds, if any, for the purpose of 
constructing and maintaining such Town Roads as may be 
designated by the Board of Selectmen and the Massachusetts 
Department of Public Works. If no State or Federal funds 
are available for this purpose, said monies can be used for 
constructing and maintaining such Town roads as the Sur¬ 
veyor of Highways designates and to act fully thereon. By 
request of the Surveyor of Highways. 

Article 56. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money for the purpose of in¬ 
stalling a sidewalk on the north side of Sisson Road from the 
Intermediate School Driveway to South Street and to a^t 
fully thereon. By request of the Surveyor of Highways. 

Article 57. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate a sufficient sum of money to be spent under the 
direction of the Surveyor of Highways for the purpose of re¬ 
constructing North Road Bridge and to act fully thereon. By 
request of the Surveyor of Highways. 

Article 58. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate a sufficient sum of money to be spent under the 
direction of the Surveyor of Highways for the purpose of re¬ 
pairing Bells Neck Bridge and to act fully thereon. By request 
of the Surveyor of Highways. 

Article 59. To see if the Town will vote to expend the 
refunded Dog Tax for the support of Brooks Free Library and 
to act fully thereon. By request of the Trustees of Brooks 
Free Library. 

Article 60. To see if the Town will vote to instruct the 
Selectmen to disburse the funds allocated by the State under 
the Acts of 1960, as amended by the Acts of 1963, Chapter 
672, and as further amended by the Acts of 1970, Chapter 
636, and the Acts of 1971, Chapter 1003, for aid to Harwich 
Libraries, in accordance with customary procedure and to 
act fully thereon. By request of the Trustees of Brooks Free 
Library. 

Article 61. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate the sum of five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) to ac¬ 
quire, equip, repair and maintain U.S. Government surplus 
equipment for various departments of the Town. Said funds 


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to be spent under the jurisdiction of the Board of Selectmen 
and to act fully thereon. By request of the Board of Select¬ 
men. 

Article 62. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate the sum of one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) to be 
used for the maintenance and repair of equipment which is 
mutually used by various departments of the Town, said 
funds to be spent under the direction of the Board of Select¬ 
men and to act fully thereon. By request of the Board of 
Selectmen. 

Article 63. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap¬ 
propriate the sum of five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) for the 
Harwich Conservation Commission and to act fully thereon. 
By request of the Conservation Commission. 

Article 64. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of two thousand five hundred dollars 
($2,500.00) to help defray the costs of the Harwich Town 
Baseball Team; said money to be spent under the direction 
of the Board of Selectmen and to act fully thereon. By re¬ 
quest of the Harwich Athletic Association. 

Article 65. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of twelve hundred dollars ($1,200.00) 
to be spent by the Harwich Chamber of Commerce under the 
direction of the Selectmen for the purposes of maintaining 
the Information Booth and defraying other Chamber of 
Commerce expenses, provided that the said Chamber of Com¬ 
merce raises a like amount for these purposes and to act fully 
thereon. By request of the Harwich Chamber of Commerce. 

Article 66. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of one thousand two hundred dollars 
($1,200.00) to be used for the Harwich children being served 
by the Cape Cod Child Development Program, Inc. (Head 
Start). Such funds to be spent under the direction of the 
Board of Selectmen and to act fully thereon. By petition. 

Article 67. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of one thousand five hundred dollars 
($1,500.00) to financially aid the Meals-on-Wheels, Chatham, 
Harwich, Inc. which provides nutritional meals to the elderly, 
handicapped and convalescent; said monies to be used to 
defray operational expenses and provide financial subsidiza¬ 
tion to qualified recipients. Said funds to be expended under 


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the direction of the Board of Selectmen and to act fully 
thereon. By request of the Board of Health. 

Article 68. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of one thousand seven hundred dollars 
($1,700.00) to help defray expenses of the Cape Cod Council 
on Alcoholism, said funds to be expended under the direction 
of the Board of Selectmen and to act fully thereon. By 
petition. 

Article 69. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of five thousand two hundred forty four 
dollars ($5,244.00) to be expended by the Cape Cod Mental 
Health Association under the direction of the Board of Health 
for services rendered to citizens of Harwich by the Mental 
Health Association as provided by the Massachusetts General 
Laws, Chapter 40, Section 5 and to act fully thereon. By 
request of the Board of Health. 

Article 70. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) as 
authorized by Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 40, Sec¬ 
tion 5, Clause 39, to help defray expenses in providing facil¬ 
ities for training, rehabilitation and employment of mentally 
retarded and handicapped residents of the Town of Harwich 
employed at Nauset Workshop, Inc., Hyannis, Massachusetts. 
Said funds to be spent under the direction of the Selectmen 
and to act fully thereon. By request of the Board of Health. 

Article 71. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of four thousand five hundred dollars 
($4,500.00) to aid in the cost of Harwich Youth Hockey 
League, Inc. Said monies to be used for the rental of ice 
hours under the direction of the Board of Selectmen and to 
act fully thereon. By petition. 

Article 72. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of thirty thousand dollars ($30,000.00) 
for plans and specifications, suitable for bidding purposes, of 
an addition to the present Town Hall as proposed by the 
Town Hall Study Committee and to authorize the Selectmen 
to apply for and use any grants for plans and/or construction 
of said addition and to act fully thereon. By request of the 
Board of Selectmen. 

Article 73. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate a sufficient sum of money to pave with bitumi- 


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nous concrete, line and make any other repairs which may 
be necessary to Bank Street Beach Parking Lot and to act 

fully thereon. By request of the Board of Selectmen. 

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Article 74. To see if the Town will vote to authorize a 
Committee to study the need for increasing the size of the 
Bank Street Beach Parking Lot for the purpose of providing 
more parking spaces for the convenience of parking permit 
holders in the Town of Harwich. Said Committee to be ap¬ 
pointed by the Moderator and be made up of five voters of 
the Town of Harwich; said Committee to report its findings 
and recommendations on or before the 31st day of October, 
1979 to the Board of Selectmen and to act fully thereon. By 
petition. 

Article 75. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of six hundred dollars ($600.00) for the 
purpose of leasing two parcels of beach land now owned by 
Harry W. Cladouhos and Robert G. Smith (formerly Estate 
of Douglas P. Allison), which abuts Town-owned beach at 
the foot of Bank Street according to a plan on file with the 
Town Clerk for the months of July, August and September, 
1979 and June 1980 and to act fully thereon. By request of 
the Board of Selectmen. 

Article 76. To see what action the Town will take in 
regard to Herring Fisheries for the fiscal year 1979-80 and to 
act fully thereon. Customary article. 

Article 77. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate a sufficient sum of money for unpaid bills of 
previous years as provided for in Chapter 179 of the Acts of 
1941 and to act fully thereon. Customary article. 

Article 78. To see if the Town will vote to transfer cer¬ 
tain unexpended balances of the special' appropriations to 
surplus revenue and to act fully thereon. Customary article. 

Article 79. To see if the Town will vote to transfer from 
surplus revenue or available funds a sum of money for the 
purpose of reducing the 1979-1980 tax rate and to act fully 
thereon. Customary article. 


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Hereof fail not and make returns of this warrant with 
your doings thereon at the time and place of said meeting. 

Given under our hands this first day of February, 1979. 


DONN B. GRIFFIN 


BARRY A. HEMEON 


Selectmen of Harwich 


A true copy: 


Attest: Joseph Barber, Constable 



































































































Index 


Page 

Accountant’s Report . 98 

Article Accounts . 112 

Budget Accounts . 102 

Other Accounts . 122 

Receipts . 99 

Animal Control Report . 65 

Annual Town Meeting Warrant for April 2, 1979 . 311 

Assessors’ Report . 14 

Board of Appeals . 95 

Board of Health . 133 

Brooks Free Library . 91 

Building Inspector . 30 

Caleb Chase Fund . 90 

Cape Cod Planning & Economic Development Comm. 59 

Cape Cod Reg.-Tech. High School Dist. Report . 280 

Cemetery Commission . 127 

Civil Defense Director’s Report . 278 

Commercial Fisheries Activities Study Committee . 56 

Conservation Commission . 51 

Council on Aging . 96 

Department of Natural Resources . 46 

Dog Officer . 35 

Finance Committee . 70 

Fire Department . 27 

Golf Commission . 129 

Grant Writer . 86 

Harwich Center Traffic & Parking Committee . 67 

Highway Dept. Maintenance Building Study Committee 39 

Highway Surveyor . 37 

Historical Commission . 89 

Historical District Commission . 88 

In Memoriams . 2 

Inspector of Animals . 34 

Inspector of Gas . 32 

Inspector of Plumbing 97 

Inspector of Wires . 33 
























































































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Librarian’s Report . 92 

Library Treasurer . 93 

Parks and Recreation Commission . 54 

Personnel Board . 69 

Planning Board .:. 61 

Police Department . 22 

Public Health Nurse . 134 

Registrars of Voters . 62 

School Report. 284 

Cape Cod Regional Technical High School Dist. 280 

Class of 1978 . 295 

Financial Statement. 309 

School Calendar . 285 

School Committee . 286 

School Enrollment . 298 

School Personnel . 299 

Superintendent’s Report. 288 

Sealer of Weights and Measures . 36 

Selectmen’s Report . 12 

Tax Collector . 17 

Town Clerk’s Report . 140 

Annual Town Meeting & Election, April 3, 1978 . 176 

Births . 143 

Deaths. 157 

Dog Licenses . 140 

Fees Collected. 142 

Jury List . 162 

Marriages. 149 

Names Drawn for Jury Duty . 165 

Special Town Meeting, January 10, 1978 168 

Special Town Meeting, April 6, 1978 217 

State Primary Election, September 19, 1978 . 260 

State Election, November 7, 1978 . 267 

Sporting Licenses . 141 

Town Government Study Committee . 63 

Town Counsel . 68 

Town Engineer. 38 

Town Hall Study Committee . 66 

Town Officers . 3-11 

Treasurer’s Report . 135 

Water Commissioner’s Report . 40 

Waterways Committee . 51 

Youth Commission 131 


















































































































































































































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Citizens Activity Record 

GOOD GOVERNMENT STARTS WITH YOU 

If you are interested in serving the Town in any capacity, 
please fill out this form and mail to Board of Selectmen, 
Box 215, Harwich, Massachusetts. Information received will 
be available to all Town boards and officials, although the 
filling out of this form in no way assures appointment. 

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Present Business Affiliation and Work 


Business Experience 


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