Annual report, Raymond, New Hampshire


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NNUAL REPORTS
OF THe
TOWN OF

FOR THE YEAR ENDING
JANUARY 31,

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ANNUAL REPORTS
OF THE
OFFICERS
OF THE
TOWN OF RAYMOND
For the Year Ending January 31, 1925

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1925

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OFFICERS OF THI? TOWN, OF RAYMOND

Moderator

WEL aR

LUIS Liye

Town Clerk GEORGE PURINTON

Town Treasurer VWihicklite 8. GL kr

EDWARD F. CRAM

Selectmen WALTER

J. DUDLEY

Collector of Taxes WILLIAM B. BLAKE

Representative to the General Court EDWARD CRAM

RALPH

School Board

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EDI TEh®.GRIEEIN

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WILLIAM B. BLAKE, Superintendent

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later Commissioners

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LEWIS

EUGENE MAYNARD

HOLMES

Board of Health GEORGE H-GUPTILE, M: D.

LLEWELLYN

Supervisors of Check List

J. GOVE

RALPH

JAMES B. MARTIN

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Auditors WHITTIER

| HENRY

BINNEY

KARL

ORFIELD

Highway Agents JOHN DENYOU

ARTHUR BALL

Wire LER

_ Library Trustees

DUDLEY

CHARLES

LEWIS O. POLLARD

POORE

Clief of Police LEROY -BARNES

Chief of Fire Department ARTHUR G. BROWN

Superintendent of Schools VINCENT GATTO

TOWN WARRANT

SLATE -OF NEW HAMPSHIRE i.

To the inhabitants of the Town of Raymond, in the County of Rockingham, in said State of New Hampslire, qualified to vote in Town affairs:
You are hereby notified to meet at Odd Fellows Hall in said Raymond, on Tuesday the tenth day of March next, at ten of the clock in the forenoon, to act upon the following subjects:

1. To choose all necessary town officers.
2. To fix compensation for collecting taxes for the ensuing year.

3. To raise such sums of money as may be necessary to defray town charges for the ensuing year.
4. To see if the town will vote to raise such amounts for highways, as recommended by New Hampshire Highway Department.

5. To see what sum of money the town will vote to raise to pay the fire company.
6. To see what sum of money the town will vote to raise for Memorial Day purposes.

7. To see what sum of money the town will vote to

raise for street lights.

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8. To see if the town will vote to raise four hundred
dollars for the control of white pine blister rust.

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9. To see if the town will vote to expend a part of -the money raised for highway purposes, for plowing the snow from the streets of the village and the main roads leading to surrounding towns. These thoroughfares to be
double width, wherever possible, and clean enough for automobile traffic. This work to be begun at the start of next winter.

10. To see if the town will vote to buy the traffic signals now operating in the village.

11. To transact such other business as may legally come before said meeting.

Given under our hands and seal this sixteenth day of

February; 2 Dy 1925;

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EDWARD FH CRAB WALTER S| DUDLEY,
Selectmen of Raymond.

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VALUATIONS
Number of Polls, 601 @ $5.00 Number of Polls, 4 @ $3.00 Number of Horses, 157 Number of Cows, 179 Other neat stock, 23 Number of sheep, 8 Chickens Number of fowls, 3,093 Portable mills, 4 Wood and lumber Stock and trade Mills and machinery Real estate

1924.

Less Exemption

Amount of Taxes
Subsequent Taxes
Rate $3.40
APPROPRIATIONS 1924
Salaries of officers Town officers’ expenses Highways in full
Raymond-Plaistow-Derry Trunk Line Maintenance Raymond-Plaistow Construction Town Maintenance Fire Department Police Department Memorial Day Street Lighting

$13,460.00 10,546.06
600.00:
40.00 634.00: 3,863.00 400.00 8,140.00 125,071.00 15,130.00: 749,793.00
$927 677.00 13,463.00
$914,214.00 34,091.67 173.80
$34,265.4¢é
$1.00 1.00
150.00 2,000.00 1,358.00 2,000.00
275.00 200.00 125.00 1,060.00

Library Interest Election expenses White Pine Blister Rust State Tax County Tax School District

BALANCE SHEET 1924 AsslalS

Cash in hand of Treasurer Accounts due from:
Cemetery lots County State Highway Maintenance State Forestry Department (forest Water Department (water takers)

fires)

Total Assets Excess liabilities over assets (net debt)

350.00 275.00
50.00 400.00 2,185.00 2,491.00 19,181.17
$32,102.17
$15,745.72 81:50
~ 150.00 16.50 21,95
478.80
$16,494.47 10,419.77
$26,914.24

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