2011 Town & School Warrants (Below)

2011 Town & School Voter Information Guide and Sample Ballots

 

Town Documents:

Full Town Warrant in PDF format Pre-Delib

2011 Default Budget

Full Town Warrant in PDF format Post-Delib

Town Voter Information Guide and Sample Ballot


Warrant Article 2 Fire Station Information

Artist Rendition from Village green JPG

Site Plan PDF

Floorplan PDF

 

2011 proposed Town ordinances in PDF format

Blasting ordinance PDF

Pawn Shop ordinance PDF

2011 Employee Contracts Articles in PDF format

 


 


 


School Warrant:

Full School Warrant in PDF format Pre-Delib

Full School Warrant in PDF format Post-Delib

2011 Default Budget

School Voter Information Guide and Sample Ballot

Petition Warrant Article Signatures:

Article 10

Article 11

Article 12

 



2011 Town & School Warrants OFFICIAL RESULTS

 


Town Warrant

 

BOS

BUDCOM Yes No Warrant Origin Short Description
        2683 Ballots Cast  
        Article 1 Town  
    1694   3 Years Selectmen Douglas Viger
    1788   3 Years Selectmen William McDevitt
    1862   5 Years Supervisor of Checklist Kimberly Regam
    1841   6 Years Supervisor of Checklist Brenda Eaves
    1776   1 Years Budget Committee David Cate
    1648   3 Years Budget Committee Robert S. Sherman
    1500   3 Years Budget Committee Daniel Guimond
    1091   3 Years Cemetery Trustee Timothy Zelonis
    506   3 Years Cemetery Trustee Richard W. Jensen
    503   3 Years Cemetery Trustee James Morgan
    1437   3 Years Cemetery Trustee Donna M. Smith
    1720   3 Years Library Trustee Ann Susan Snide
    1565   3 Years Library Trustee Doug Fyffe
  1656 3 Years Trustee Trust funds John Kachmor
  1546 3 Years Planning Board Paul Dadak
  1674 3 Years Planning Board Jason Croteau
    1771   3 years Treasurer Charlene Takesian
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1505 1107 Article 2 Town construction and equipping of a new Fire Station building $3,700,000
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1469 1152 Article 3 Town raise and appropriate as an operating budget $12,339,320.00
^ ^ 1970 670 Article 4 Town Tallant Road/ Willow Street Bridge Capital Reserve Fund? $100,00.00
^ ^ 2213 437 Article 5 Town

repair & maintenance and upgrading of Town roads $318,383.00

^ ^ 1391 1214 Article 6 Town The International Association of Fire Fighters Contract 
^ ^ 1430 1239 Article 7 Town

Pelham Public Works and Municipal Employees, Contract

^ ^ 1686 913 Article 8 Town

Forest Maintenance Fund $45,000.00

^ ^ 1320 1284 Article 9 Town school resource police officer $39, 815
^ ^ 1500 1079 Article 10 Town Compensated Absence Trust Fund $100,000.00 
^ ^ 1408 1181 Article 11 Town second egress from George M. Muldoon Park $130,000.00 
^ ^ 1693 816 Article 12 Town

RSA Chapter 398 to license and inspect pawnbrokers

^ ^ 1985 544 Article 13 Town

accept Moonshadow Drive and Collins Way as Class V public roads.

^ ^ 1837 717 Article 14 Town

accept a portion of Mulberry Lane (Map 24 Lot 12-203-19 to Map 24 Lot 12-44-2), a portion of Shephard Road (Map 24 lot 12-209-5 to Map 24 Lot 12-63-3) and all of Lannan Drive as Class V public roads

^ ^ 1684 877 Article 15 Town

delegate to the Board of Selectmen the authority to accept public roads as authorized by RSA 674:40-a.

^ ^ 1594 916 Article 16 Town

convey by deed a 50’foot wide area of land with frontage on Castle Hill Road, $1.00

^ ^ 2083 492 Article 17 Town Town of Pelham Blasting Ordinance
             
             

 The Pelham School District logo

^School Warrant

PSD BUDCOM Yes No Warrant Origin Short Description
        2681 Ballots Cast  
        Article 1 School  
    1714   3 Years School Board Brian Carton
    1750   1 Years School Board Megan Larsen
    198 3 Years School District Moderator Paul Leonard (Write-in)
  3 Years School District Clerk
  1646 3 Years School District Treasurer Patricia Murphy
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1107 1500 Article 2 School Board construction and equipping of a new kindergarten and pre-school school building $3,815,000.00
^ ^ 1335 1305 Article 3 School Board

collective bargaining agreement reached between the Pelham School Board and the Pelham Education Association (PEA)

^ ^ 1492 1135 Article 4 School Board

raise and appropriate as an operating budget $24,651,498.00

^ ^ 1317 1324 Article 5 School Board

1.5% salary increase and benefits for the following 12 non-union administrative $15,106.00

^ ^ 1622 1002 Article 6 School Board

1.5% salary increase and benefits for the following 48 non-union support personnel: $18,477

        Article 7 School Board

Shall the Pelham School District vote to add the following positions

^   672 1931 a School Board District Athletic Director $81,158
^ ^ 1304 1304 b School Board District Psychologist $1
^ ^ 1432 1173 c School Board District Speech Pathologist $1
^ ^ 1555 1050 Article 8 School Board

School District Maintenance Capital Reserve Fund

1312 1311 Article 9 School Board

Child Benefit Services for the 101 Pelham children attending St.Patrick School $30,824.00

    857 1760 Article 10 Petition sprinkler system in Pelham High School
    804 1804 Article 11 Petition (HVAC) in Pelham High School
    536 2085 Article 12 Petition high school parking lot
             


Key

   
^     Board of Selectmen (column #1), School Board, Planning Board, Trustee's or originating authoritative body
  ^   Budget Committee Review (column #2) if appropriate