BOS BUDCOM Yes No Warrant Origin Short Description
        Article 1 Town Elected Officials: Selectmen, Budget Committee, Various Trustees...
    1365   3 Years BOS EDMUND J. GLEASON
    1159   3 Years BOS GEORGE “JOE” PUDDISTER IV
    1698   3 Years BUDCOM JOHN C. LAVALLEE
    1539   3 Years BUDCOM MARTHA LOWE
    1636   3 Years BUDCOM DENNIS VIGER
    867   3 Years Cemetery Trustee JAMES R. MORGAN
    1266   3 Years Cemetery Trustee DAVID PROVENCAL
    1308   3 Years Cemetery Trustee NATHAN BOUTWELL
    1918   3 Years Library Trustee FRANCIS GARBOSKI
    282 write ins   3 Years Trust Fund Trustee  
    1903     Checklist LAURIE HOGAN
    1750     Planning Board TIMOTHY DOHERTY
    1533     Planning Board ROGER MONTBLEAU
  1771 900 Article 2 Plan Brd Zoning: will help ensure that Pelham is compliant with the new Workforce Housing Law, RSA 674:21, IV(a)
  2246 545 Article 3 Plan Brd Zoning: amend Article IV, Establishment of Districts to expand Pelham’s business zone along Bridge Street (Route 38) north of Rita Ave , south of Balcom Road
  1959 801 Article 4 Plan Brd Zoning: amend Article XII Special Exceptions, Section 307-76 II, 8 and 307-76 III, 2 limitations on display of vehicles for sale on residential properties
1057 1734 Article 5 By Petition To raise and appropriate $4,700,000 for the purpose of erecting a Fire Station
  1546 1193 Article 6 BOS To raise and appropriate $10,592,277 operating budget
1348 1449 Article 7 Police To raise and appropriate the sum of $54,100 for the purpose of hiring and equipping a School Resource Police Officer? 
1509 1214 Article 8 Support Staff Shall the Town vote to approve cost items included in the one year Collective Bargaining Agreement-Pelham Public Works and Municipal Employees
1137 1558 Article 9 Supervisors Shall the Town vote to approve cost items included in the four year Collective Bargaining Agreement-Pelham Supervisor’s Association
1670 1098 Article 10 Police Officers Shall the Town vote to approve cost items included in the one year Collective Bargaining Agreement-Pelham Police Local 3657 (AFSCME),
   ● 1629 1123 Article 11 Highway Shall the Town vote to authorize the Selectmen to enter into a four year lease agreement for $139,880-Highway Plow Truck
   ● 1920 870 Article 12 Highway To raise and appropriate the sum of $36,828 for the purchase of a one-ton diesel, 4 wheel drive-Highway Department
   ● 2192 594 Article 13 Highway To raise and appropriate the sum of $261,619 for repair, maintenance and upgrading of Town roads
   ● 1664 1130 Article 14 Transfer Station To raise and appropriate the sum of $32,500 for the purchase of a Skid Steer Loader for the Transfer Station
   ● 1653 1127 Article 15 Forestry To raise and appropriate the sum of $45,000 from the Forest Maintenance Fund
   ● 1718 1069 Article 16 Fire To raise and appropriate the sum of $185,000 for the purpose of purchasing and equipping a 2009 GMC 4500 Medium Duty Chassis Ambulance
2313 468 Article 17 Conservation Shall the Town vote to designatewetland system (#63),  (#8), & (#42) as prime wetlands as authorized by RSA 482-A:15.  There is no tax impact
2188 529 Article 18 Special Warrant Shall the Town vote to accept the following roads as Class V Town roads: Ivers Grove Lane, Dogwood Circle and Rocky Hill Road.
    2194 535 Article 19 Cemetary Shall the Town vote to establish a non-lapsing, expendable Cemetery General Maintenance Trust Fund
2070 674 Article 20   To see if the town will vote to modify the Elderly Exemptions from property tax in the Town of Pelham

1149 1641 Article 21 (by Petition) To raise and appropriate the sum of $279,000 for the purpose of improving Senior Center bathrooms and replacing the septic system
2230 513 Article 22   To see if the Town will vote to discontinue the following Capital Reserve Funds
   ● 2242 453 Article 23   To see if the Town will vote to discontinue the following Expendable Trust Funds
    2075 600 Article 24   Shall the town vote to authorize the Selectmen to receive all economic stimulus or other monies or funds that may become available
    1844 818 Article 25 (by Petition)

To see if the Town will vote to approve the following resolution "reject the PLEDGE to lower property taxes"

    1860 780 Article 26 (by Petition) To see if the Town will vote to encourage the Selectmen to be mindful of the potential negative impacts of foreclosures


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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    SB/BUDCOM Yes No Warrant Origin   Short Description
        Article 1 School Board Elected Officials: Moderator, Clerk, 2 School Board Members & Treasurer
    1095   3 Years School Board ANGELE M. DIACK
1115   3 Years School Board LORRAINE DUBE
    1348   3 Years School Board (write in)
1453 1298 Article 2 School Board To raise and appropriate $24,007,621 for the 2009-20010 budget.
1435 1356 Article 3 School Board To raise and appropriate $49,031.11 for the first year increase PESPA
1230 1569 Article 4 School Board To raise and appropriate $26,995.00 to fund a ½ nurse position for the Pelham Kindergarten program.
1317 1464 Article 5 School Board To raise and appropriate Non-Union Salary Increase - $55,063.00 (2.75%)
672 2118 Article 6a School Board To raise and appropriate Pelham Elementary School Assistant Principal - $93,671.00
 ● 880 1901 Article 6b School Board To raise and appropriate Pelham Elementary School Unified Arts/ PE teacher - $55,854.29
 ● 903 1875 Article 6c School Board To raise and appropriate Pelham Elementary School ½ Time Special Education Clerical - $8,186.44
1220 1567 Article 6d School Board To raise and appropriate Pelham Elementary School Full Time Speech Assistant - $20,820.50
 ● 1163 1603 Article 7a School Board To raise and appropriate Memorial School Positions 7th Grade Teacher - $55,854.29
994 1716 Article 7b School Board To raise and appropriate Memorial School Positions ½ Time Special Education Clerical - $8,186.44
 ● 1105 1643 Article 8a School Board To raise and appropriate Pelham High School Positions English Teacher - $55,854.29
1071 1631 Article 8b School Board To raise and appropriate Pelham High School Positions Special Education Teacher - $55,854.29
 ● 848 1891 Article 9 School Board To raise and appropriate $50,000.00 Capital Reserve Fund known as the School Building Land Fund.
1226 1535 Article 10 School Board To raise and appropriate $85,000.00 for the purchase of a new telephone system
1956 821 Article 11 School Board To raise and appropriate $1.00 to create a Full Time Technology Technician.
  ● 919 1895 Article 12 School Board To raise and appropriate $192,000.00 to repair and pave the parking lot at PMS
1632 1101 Article 13 School Board SD Maintenance Capital Reserve Fund- $50,000.00 from UnreservedFund Balance as of 6/30/2009.
  ● 1631 1113 Article 14 School Board To raise and appropriate for the removal and reinstallation of thetransformer located at PHS
  ● 950 1786 Article 15 School Board To raise and appropriate $10,000.00 Capital Reserve Fund for the purpose of educating educationally disabled children.
1333 1440 Article 16 School Board St. Patrick School Child Benefit Services - $34,660.00.

Key

   
^     Board of Selectmen (column #1), School Board, Planning Board, Trustee's or originating authoritative body
  ^   Budget Committee Review (column #2) if appropriate
       
Legend    
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    Majority of Board recommended
    Majority of Board did not recommend