Board puts brakes on spending of D'Al...

Board puts brakes on spending of D'Alessandro estate bequest

There are 5 comments on the SeacoastOnline story from Jun 7, 2013, titled Board puts brakes on spending of D'Alessandro estate bequest. In it, SeacoastOnline reports that:

Selectmen have temporarily put the brakes on any new spending from the D'Alessandro account, a bequest of more than half a million dollars to the Seabrook Police Department.

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forreal

Exeter, NH

#1 Jun 8, 2013
To little to late wouldn't you say? The money is all gone and now they start looking at it?

Why do the selectman have to approve what is spent anyway?

Selectmen should be looking at the towns cost to operate like staffing, hours, paid lunches, overtime, expenses etc... something that is going up and up and has an effect on the taxes!
Fight and argue about something that makes a difference not something that is already done!!
No Way

Hampton, NH

#2 Jun 9, 2013
Hard to believe that A.K. went against the P.D.
insider

Hampton, NH

#3 Jun 9, 2013
forreal wrote:
To little to late wouldn't you say? The money is all gone and now they start looking at it?
Why do the selectman have to approve what is spent anyway?
Selectmen should be looking at the towns cost to operate like staffing, hours, paid lunches, overtime, expenses etc... something that is going up and up and has an effect on the taxes!
Fight and argue about something that makes a difference not something that is already done!!
I love free stuff like everyone else. Now tell me how much it will cost taxpayers when this equipment that was bought needs replacement. The PD did not need new $3000 radios. They don't need a substation at the beach. They didn't need SUV's. Who approved motorcycles again? Transferring used cruisers to other departments? now they need more money in budgets for maintenance and replacement? The planning Board didn't weigh in on the impact to the Capital Improvement Plan. The Budget Committee didn't get input into the impacts on the budget. Circumventing the checks and balances of appropriations always leads to more taxes down the road.
cams

Exeter, NH

#4 Jun 11, 2013
Did they actually install those dash cams like they said? I have yet to hear someone pipe up and say no to dash cams.
5 ohh

Hampton, NH

#5 Jun 11, 2013
cams wrote:
Did they actually install those dash cams like they said? I have yet to hear someone pipe up and say no to dash cams.
Picture is worth a thousand words. If they put cameras in the cars, then three cops wouldn't be needed at court in every arrest. It would cut the overtime and possibly even positions.

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