2014 Town & School Warrants (Below)

Town Documents:

Official Town Meeting voting results

Town & School Voters Guide

Full Town Warrant in PDF format Pre-Delib

2014 Default Budget

2014 Town MS-7

2014 Collective Bargaining agreements

Article 5

Article 6

2014 Petition Warrant Articles

Article 13

Article 14

Article 15


 

School Warrant:

Official School District Meeting voting results

Town & School Voters Guide

Full School Warrant in PDF format Pre-Delib

2014 Default Budget

2014  MS-27

 

2014 Collective Bargaining agreements

2014 PEA Collective Bargaining Agreement (Teacher's Contract)

2014 PESPA Agreement

 

2014 Petition Warrant Articles

Article 6

Article 7

 

 



2014 Town & School Warrants UN-OFFICIAL RESULTS

 


Town Warrant

Yes

No

Warrant

Origin

Short Description

1943

Article 1

WILLIAM McDEVITT

Selectmen, Choose two for three years

1268

Article 1

PAUL MORIARTY

1964

Article 1

DOUGLAS VIGER

2722

Article 1

PHILLIP R. CURRIER

Town Moderator, Choose two for three years

2644

Article 1

CHARLENE F. TAKESIAN

Town Treasurer , Choose two for three years

2644

Article 1

DANIEL GUIMOND

Budget Committee , Choose two for three years

2048

Article 1

DARYLE HILLSGROVE

2243

Article 1

ROBERT S.SHERMAN

2366

Article 1

J. TIMOTHY ZELONIS

Cemetary Trustee, Choose two for three years

2340

Article 1

DONNA M. SMITH

987

Article 1

DAVID SWEENY

Library Trustee, Choose two for three years

1090

Article 1

ANN CLARK BALCOM

1223

Article 1

ROSEANN CARES

1158

Article 1

CINDY McGHEE

2143

Article 1

DARLENE MICHAUD

Library Trustee, Choose two for three years

327

Article 1

MRINMOYEE DAS

2321

Article 1

JOHN KACHMOR

Trustee of the Trust Funds, Choose one for three years

2053

Article 1

PAUL L, DADAK

Planning Board, Choose two for three years

2292

Article 1

JASON CROTEAU

Warrant short decription

2550

967

Article 2

Planning Board

Pelham Zoning Ordinance, Article IV, 307-16 Establishment of Districts/Pelham Center

2344

1128

Article 3

Planning Board

Senior and Elderly Housing Section 307-53-2,(C), 3 Development Standards, to change the required 30 feet of horizontal separation

1842

1640

Article 4

Town

vote to raise and appropriate as an operating budget, $13,423,831

1765

1755

Article 5

Town

four year collective bargaining agreement ratified by the Board of Selectmen and the Pelham Police, Local 3657

1640

1881

Article 6

Town

three year collective bargaining agreement ratified by the Board of Selectmen and the Professional Firefighters of Pelham

2438

616

Article 7

Town

vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $266,100 for repair, maintenance and upgrading of Town roads, to be offset by the State Highway Grant

1969

1531

Article 8

Town

vote to increase the annual contribution to the Ambulance Fund from $25,000 to $60,000 to be funded from ambulance service fees collected in each calendar year

2334

1148

Article 9

Town

vote to replace the current Elderly Exemption with a new Elderly Exemption from property tax in the Town of Pelham, based on assessed value, for qualified taxpayers

2744

705

Article 10

Town

To see if the Town will discontinue absolutely approximately 200 feet of the southernmost end of Valley Hill Road from its intersection with Mammoth Road (NH 128) along the frontage of Map 14 Lot 4-137-2.

2876

581

Article 11

Town

Shall the Town vote to establish as Town Forests pursuant to RSA 31:110-113

2903 534

Article 12

Town

vote to authorize the Selectmen to transfer by deed a 3.2 acre Town owned parcel (Map 32 lot 2-72) in exchange for a 15 acre parcel (Map 27 lot 2-64) owned by the New England Forestry Foundation (NEFF)

1245

1935

Article 13

Petition

To see if the town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $0.00 to purchase a new fire truck of the amount, $0.00 will come from the operating budget

1204

1842

Article 14

Petition

To see if the voters will authorize the reduction of the Town budget by $0.00 (0%)

2235

1051

Article 15

Petition

To see if the town will urge that the State Legislature join nearly 500 municipalities and 16 other states, including all other New England states, in calling upon Congress to move forward a constitutional amendment that guarantees the right of our elected representatives and of the American people to safeguard fair elections through authority to regulate political spending, and clarifies that constitutional rights were established for people, not corporations.

 


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^School Warrant

Yes No Warrant Origin Short Description
    Article A    
2574 BRIAN CARTON School Board, One for three years
2531 G. DAVID WILKERSON School Board, One for two years
2571     PATRICIA E. MURPHY SchoolDistrictTreasurer,One for three years
2645   PAUL LEONARD School District Moderator, One for three years
377 Write ins School District Clerk, One for three years
        Warrant short decription
2234 1463 Article 1 School Shall the Pelham School District vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Twenty-Two Million, Six Hundred Fifty-Four Thousand dollars ($22,654,000.00) for the construction, furnishing, and equipping of an addition to Pelham High School and remodel of the existing Pelham High School facility,
2453 1130 Article 2 School Shall the Pelham School District vote to raise and appropriate as an operating budget, $27,599,381
1974 1627 Article 3 School Shall the Pelham School District vote to approve the cost items included in the collective bargaining agreement reached between the Pelham School District and the Pelham Education Association (PEA)
1915 1676 Article 4 School Shall the Pelham School District vote to approve the cost items included in the collective bargaining agreement reached between the Pelham School District and the Pelham Education Support Personnel Association (PESPA)
2140 1444 Article 5 School Shall the Pelham School District vote to establish a Capital Reserve Fund under the provisions of RSA 35:1-b for the purpose of educating educationally disabled children, $75,000.00
1555 2032 Article 6 Petition Shall the Pelham School District vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Thirty-Two Thousand, and Ninety-Three dollars ($32,093.00) to continue to provide Child Benefit Services to 101 Pelham school children (Grade K – 8) attending Saint Patrick School?
1295 1745 Article 7 Petition To see if the voters will authorize the reduction of the school budget by $0.00