, Kingston, NH


March 8, 2011

Hampstead Town Results, 2011

Asterisk denotes winner

Article 1: Election of officers

Selectman: three-year term, elect one

* Sean P. Murphy: 1,204

Cemetery Trustee: three-year term, elect one

*Terry Sullivan: 1,203

Planning Board: three-year term, elect two

*William Weber: 1,131

*Write-in — Randy Clark: 178

Town Clerk-Tax Collector: three-year term, elect one

*Patricia Curran: 1,245

Trustee of the Trust Fund: three-year term, elect one

*Gustav Khambatta: 1,130

Budget Committee: three-year term, elect two

Francisco Velasco: 414

*Matthew Murphy: 896

*Brian Vass: 860

Town Treasurer: three-year term, elect one

*Harold I. Williams: 1,255

Library Trustee: three-year term, elect one

*Aileen Wall: 1,186

Library Trustee: two-year term, elect one

*John Skidmore: 1,173

Highway Agent: three-year term, elect one

* Jon Worthen: 996

Stephen M. Wentworth: 500

Article 2: Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment Number 1 as proposed by the Planning Board for the Hampstead Zoning Ordinance as follows: "HOME OCCUPATION: The accessory use of the dwelling and/or lot for business nature conducted by the occupant thereof which is clearly secondary to the dwelling use for living purposes, and which does not change the character thereof and is not detrimental to the adjacent properties or neighbors.

*Yes: 1,151

No: 277

Article 3: Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment Number 2 as proposed by the Planning Board for the Hampstead Zoning Ordinance as follows: HOME OCCUPATIONS Article IV-6:5 Home Occupation Sign: "B.4 A sign permit issued from the Building Department is required. Signage shall comply with the requirements of Residential Zone A."

*Yes: 1,098

No: 333

Article 4: Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment Number 3 as proposed by the Planning Board for the Hampstead Zoning Ordinance as follows: HOME OCCUPATIONS Article IV-6:6 Permit Application: "The applicant shall complete and sign a form that sets forth the nature of the home occupation and provides details of the business and scope of operation and submit proof of occupancy. If the occupant is not a record owner, proof of approval by the record owner is also required."

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