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January 10, 2013

Seabrook petitions ask OK for roadside blade signs

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To reverse the ban of fireworks displays on private property.

To raise $33,620 to provide child benefit services to the Seabrook School District and Sacred Heart School.

To name the gym at Seabrook Recreation Center in memory of long-time employee Edward β€œTed” Pickard.

To raise $7,500 to partially fund Community Home Solutions.

To raise $119,500 to establish a football field at Gov. Weare Park.

A dog tethering ordinance, requiring the humane treatment of dogs kept outdoors.

To raise $10,000 to buy wrestling mats for the Seabrook Recreation Center to establish a youth wrestling program.

To raise $2,800 to install and require the use of dash cameras on all Seabrook police vehicles.

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