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g>tate of Connecticut 



REGISTER and MANUAL 



1979 



Prepared Pursuant to Sec. 3-90 of the 
General Statutes 

by 




Secretary of the State 



Published by the State under the authority of Sec. 4-1 19 of the 
General Statutes 

HARTFORD 

1979 




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OLD STATE HOUSE 

"The oldest State House in the Nation" 

The Old State House stands as a monument to the past and an inspiration for future 
generations. The rededication in May, 1979 of this national landmark reaffirms Connecticut's 
proud history of democratic tradition. 

In 1639, on the fertile banks of the Connecticut River, the first seeds of this tradition were 
sown by the Reverend Thomas Hooker, the founding father of Hartford, on the very site of the 
Old State House in what was then called the Old Meeting House. 

On this small plot of land, events have occurred which changed the course of history. It 
was here in 1639 that the Fundamental Orders were formulated and ratified. This document, 
cited as the first written constitution in the world which created a government, resulted in the 
unique self-governing charter from King Charles II. It also served as a prototype for the Fed- 
eral Constitution. Here, in 1780, General George Washington first met General Comte de 
Rochambeau, the Commander-in-Chief of the French Armies in America, and began planning 
the Yorktown strategy. That strategy successfully concluded the American Revolution. 

By 1796 this ground had been hallowed by events of such overwhelming social and civic 
significance that it was fitting for the site to be chosen for the location of the State House. 
Designed by Charles Bulfinch, the Federal styled building was his first public commission. It is 
the oldest state house in the nation to be erected solely as a state house following the ratification 
of the Federal Constitution in 1788. Unlike colonial assemblies which were designed to serve a 
Monarch, the Old State House clearly reflects the great hopes and aspirations of Connecticut 
citizens in the new Constitution and in state government under that constitution. Within its 
chambers Oliver Ellsworth resigned as Senator to become the third Chief Justice of the United 
States Supreme Court. Here part of the Amistad Trial was held, the laws to incarcerate Prud- 
ence Crandall were drafted, and Lafayette and Marshal Foch were honored. Here the State's 
Constitutional Conventions of 1818 and 1965 were opened. To this site seven Presidents have 
journeyed and in its halls numerous institutions were founded, including Trinity College and 
the American School for the Deaf. When the state outgrew the building in 1878, the Old State 
House served as Hartford's City Hall, and later as a community center for the Red Cross, the 
Chamber of Commerce, the Hartford Symphony, and as the headquarters for the efforts to 
save Mark Twain's house. During the floods it was a dry shelter on high ground; during the 
wars it was a bond center; always it has served the citizens of Connecticut. 

As the tallest building in the City of Hartford for almost a century, the Old State House 
dominated the landscape. From its portico it afforded a view of the town, its homes, its fields 
and the river with its shipping. Today the Old State House is dwarfed by the architectural 
achievements of a modern era. It alone survives, alive and accessible to the people of Connecti- 
cut, reflecting the growth and changes in the City of Hartford. 

This year, thanks to the dedication and persevering efforts of citizens who recognized the 
significance of this landmark, we celebrate the renovation, rededication and reopening of the 
Old State House, a visible manifestation of our proud heritage, a gift to our children, a focal 
point which moves us to personal and corporate recommitment to peace and justice in the 
communities which unite to form Connecticut. 

This 1979 edition of the Connecticut Register and Manual marks the 194th consecutive 
year of publication. For its compilation, gratitude is expressed to Mrs. Ann Proctor, Supervi- 
sor of the Publications Division of this office, and to her staff. 

As the Old State House was cited by Secretary of the State Mildred Allen in her dedica- 
tion of the Connecticut Register and Manual in 1955, it seems fitting to again so honor this 
edifice on the occasion of its rededication. 

It is therefore with the greatest honor that this edition is dedicated to Connecticut's Old 
State House. 

BARBARA B KENNELLY 

Secretary of the State 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Page 

Old State House 2 

Section I — Historical 

The Declaration of Independence 7 

Constitution of the United States 12 

Constitution of the State of Connecticut, 1965 30 

The First Constitution of Connecticut 50 

Charter of the Colony of Connecticut, 1662 53 

Selected Dates in Connecticut's History 61 

Historical Rosters: 

U.S. Presidents and Vice Presidents 64 

U.S. Senators from Connecticut 66 

U.S. Representatives in Congress from Connecticut 68 

Connecticut Elective State Officers 74 

Connecticut Chief Justices 90 

Speakers of the Connecticut House of Representatives 92 

Section II — Biographies and Photographs 

President of the United States 96 

Connecticut Elective State Officers 98 

United States Senators from Connecticut 110 

United States Representatives from Connecticut 114 

Leaders of the Connecticut General Assembly, 1979-80 126 

Justices of the Connecticut Supreme Court 138 

Section III — State Government 

Legislative: 

Joint Committee on Legislative Management 141 

Office of Legislative Research 141 

Office of Fiscal Analysis 141 

Legislative Commissioners' Office 141 

Office of Senate and House Clerks 142 

Auditors of Public Accounts 144 

Finance Advisory Committee 145 

Members and Officers of the State Senate, 1979-80 146 

Members and Officers of the House of Representatives, 1979-80 .148 
Alphabetical Roll of the Senate and House of Representatives, 

1979-80 156 

Legislative Committees, 1979 160 

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CONTENTS 5 

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Sessions of the General Assembly Since 1884 165 

Political Division of the Conn. General Assembly Since 1887 168 
Executive and Administrative: 

Elective State Officers and Personnel 170 
State Departments and Related Agencies, Boards and 

Commissions 174 

Judicial: 

Supreme Court 269 

Superior Court 270 

Judicial Districts 273 

Geographical Areas GA's 275 

Juvenile Matters 277 

Administrative Offices 278 

Division of Public Defender Services 279 

Practice of Law— Admission to the Bar 280 

Probate Courts 284 

Section IV — Counties 

County Sheriffs and County Coroners 296 

Section V — Local Government 

Dates of Town, City and Borough Elections 301 

Cities and Boroughs in Connecticut with Date of Incorporation 302 

List of Town Clerks 303 

List of Mayors, City and Town Managers 304 

List of Registrars of Voters 305 

List of Tax Collectors 313 

Grand Lists, Tax Rates and Due Dates, Fiscal Years 315 

Towns, Cities and Boroughs— Officers and Statistics 323 

Regional Planning Agencies 558 

Regional Councils of Governments 562 

Regional and Municipal Transit Districts 564 

Population of Towns, 1790-1970 566 

Population of Connecticut by Counties 572 
Post Offices in Connecticut (Towns, Villages and Districts with 

Post Office of Same Name) 573 

Towns, Villages and Districts with no Post Office of Same Name 577 

Distances to all Towns in Connecticut from Hartford 590 

Connecticut Towns in the Order of their Establishment 592 



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Section VI— Political Pa 8 e 

State Central Committees 599 

Town Chairpersons and Vice Chairpersons 603 

Election Statistics: 

Connecticut Congressional Districts 615 

Connecticut Senatorial Districts 618 

Connecticut Assembly Districts 621 

Towns as Districted for Election Purposes 627 

Composition of Counties 630 

Summary Vote for President, 1976 631 

Electoral Votes for President, 1936-1976 632 

Vote for State Officers, 1978 633 

Vote for U.S. Representatives in Congress, 1978 643 

Vote for State Senators, 1978 650 

Vote for State Representatives, 1978 659 

Vote for Sheriff 686 

Vote for Judge of Probate 691 

Statement of Presiding Officers as to Votes Cast at Election, 1978 711 
Registration and Party Enrollment in Connecticut, 

October 17, 1978 719 

Section VII — United States Government 

U.S. Government— Executive and Judiciary 725 

Members of 96th Congress, 1st Session 726 

U.S. Courts Serving Connecticut 731 

U.S. Departments and Agencies Serving Connecticut 733 

Area, Population, Capitals and Elected Officials of the States 739 

Legislatures of the States 752 

U.S. and Territories 759 

Section VIII — Miscellaneous 

Miscellaneous Associations, Institutions and Societies 761 

Colleges, Universities and Schools 803 

Public Libraries 819 

Hospitals 823 

Press of Connecticut 827 

Radio Stations and TV Stations 836 

Illustrations and Descriptions of State Seal, State Flag and other 

Emblems 841 

Selected Facts about Connecticut 854 

Legal Holidays in Connecticut 859 

Index 860 



SECTION I— HISTORICAL 



The Declaration of Independence is generally 
regarded as one of the most famous documents in 
the history of the world. On June 10, 1776, the 
Continental Congress appointed a committee, con- 
sisting of Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, 
John Adams, Roger Sherman and Robert R. Living- 
ston to draft a Declaration of Independence. 

Jefferson wrote out a rough draft of the Declara- 
tion, which was carefully revised by the committee 
and presented to Congress for adoption. After some 
further slight revisions by that body, it was adopted 
on July 4, 1776, at Philadelphia. 

The parchment with the original signatures was 
deposited with the Department of State when the 
government was organized in 1789. 

The original Declaration of Independence was 
transferred from the Department of State, by direc- 
tion of the late President Warren G. Harding, to the 
Library of Congress. In 1952, at the direction of 
Congress, it was transferred to the National Archives 
Building, Washington, D.C., where it rests today. 



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THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE 

In Congress, July 4, 1776 



THE UNANIMOUS DECLARATION 

of the 

THIRTEEN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one 
people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with 
another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and 
equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, 
a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should 
declare the causes which impel them to the separation. 

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, 
that they are endowed, by their Creator, with certain unalienable rights, 
that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. — That to 
secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their 
just powers from the consent of the governed, that whenever any form of 
government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people 
to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new government, laying its 
foundation on such principles, and organizing its powers in such form, as 
to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness. 
Prudence, indeed, will dictate, that governments long established, should 
not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experi- 
ence hath shown, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils 
are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which 
they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, 
pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a design to reduce them under 
absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such 
government, and to provide new guards for their future security. Such has 
been the patient sufferance of these Colonies ; and such is now the necessity 
which constrains them to alter their former systems of government. The 
history of the present King of Great Britain is a history of repeated injuries 
and usurpations, all having in direct object the establishment of an absolute 
tyranny over these States. To prove this, let facts be submitted to a candid 
world. 

He has refused his assent to laws, the most wholesome and necessary for 
the public good. 

He has forbidden his governors to pass laws of immediate and pressing 
importance, unless suspended in their operations till his assent should be 
obtained; and when so suspended, he has utterly neglected to attend to 
them. 

He has refused to pass other laws for the accommodation of large 
districts of people, unless those people would relinquish the right of 
representation in the legislature, a right inestimable to them, and formida- 
ble to tyrants only. 



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DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE 9 

He has called together legislative bodies at places unusual, uncomfortable, 
and distant from the depository of their public records, for the sole 
purpose of fatiguing them into compliance with his measures. 

He has dissolved representative houses repeatedly, for opposing with 
manly firmness his invasions on the rights of the people. 

He has refused for a long time, after such dissolutions, to cause others 
to be elected; whereby the legislative powers, incapable of annihilation, 
have returned to the people at large for their exercise; the State remaining, 
in the meantime, exposed to all the dangers of invasion from without, and 
convulsions within. 

He has endeavored to prevent the population of these States; for that 
purpose obstructing the laws for naturalization of foreigners; refusing to 
pass others to encourage their migrations hither, and raising the conditions 
of new appropriations of lands. 

He has obstructed the administration of justice, by refusing his assent to 
laws for establishing judiciary powers. 

He has made judges dependent on his will alone, for the tenure of their 
offices, and the amount and payment of their salaries. 

He has erected a multitude of new offices, and sent hither swarms of 
officers to harass our people, and eat out their substance. 

He has kept among us, in times of peace, standing armies, without the 
consent of our legislatures. 

He has affected to render the military independent of and superior to the 
civil power. 

He has combined with others to subject us to a jurisdiction foreign to 
our constitution, and unacknowledged by our laws; giving his assent to 
their acts of pretended legislation: 

For quartering large bodies of armed troops among us: 

For protecting them, by a mock trial, from punishment for any murders 
which they should commit on the inhabitants of these States: 

For cutting off our trade with all parts of the world: 

For imposing taxes on us without our consent: 

For depriving us, in many cases, of the benefits of trial by jury: 

For transporting us beyond seas to be tried for pretended offences: 

For abolishing the free system of English laws in a neighboring province, 
establishing therein an arbitrary government, and enlarging its boundaries, 
so as to render it at once an example and fit instrument for introducing the 
same absolute rule into these Colonies: 

For taking away our charters, abolishing our most valuable laws, and 
altering fundamentally the forms of our governments: 

For suspending our own legislatures, and declaring themselves invested 
with power to legislate for us in all cases whatsoever. 

He has abdicated government here, by declaring us out of his protection, 
and waging war against us. 

He has plundered our seas, ravaged our coasts, burnt our towns, and 
destroyed the lives of our people. 



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He is, at this time, transporting large armies of foreign mercenaries to 
complete the works of death, desolation, and tyranny, already begun with 
circumstances of cruelty and perfidy, scarcely paralleled in the most 
barbarous ages, and totally unworthy the head of a civilized nation. 

He has constrained our fellow-citizens, taken captive on the high seas, to 
bear arms against their country, to become the executioners of their friends 
and brethren, or to fall themselves by their hands. 

He has excited domestic insurrections amongst us, and has endeavored 
to bring on the inhabitants of our frontiers, the merciless Indian savages, 
whose known rule of warfare is an undistinguished destruction of all ages, 
sexes, and conditions. 

In every stage of these oppressions we have petitioned for redress in the 
most humble terms: our repeated petitions have been answered only by 
repeated injury. A prince, whose character is thus marked by every act which 
may define a tyrant, is unfit to be the ruler of a free people. 

Nor have we been wanting in attentions to our British brethren. We 
have warned them, from time to time, of attempts by their legislature to 
extend an unwarrantable jurisdiction over us. We have reminded them of 
the circumstances of our emigration and settlement here. We have appealed 
to their native justice and magnanimity, and we have conjured them by the 
ties of our common kindred to disavow these usurpations, which would 
inevitably interrupt our connections and correspondence. They, too, have 
been deaf to the voice of justice and of consanguinity. We must, therefore, 
acquiesce in the necessity, which denounces our separation, and hold them, 
as we hold the rest of mankind, enemies in war, in peace friends. 

We, therefore, the Representatives of the United States of America, in 
General Congress assembled, appealing to the Supreme Judge of the world 
for the rectitude of our intentions, do, in the name, and by the authority 
of the good people of these Colonies, solemnly publish and declare, that 
these United Colonies are, and of right ought to be, free and independent 
States; that they are absolved from all allegiance to the British crown, and 
that all political connection between them and the" State of Great Britain 
is, and ought to be, totally dissolved; and that as free and independent 
States, they have full power to levy war, conclude peace, contract alliances, 
establish commerce, and to do all other acts and things which independent 
States may of right do. And for the support of this declaration, with a firm 
reliance on the protection of Divine Providence, we mutually pledge to 
each other our lives, our fortunes, and our sacred honour. 

JOHN HANCOCK. 

New Hampshire. Massachusetts Bay. 

Josiah Bartlett. Saml. Adams. 

Wm. Whipple. John Adams. 

Matthew Thornton. Robt. Treat Paine. 

Elbridge Gerry. 



DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE 



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Rhode Island, etc. 
Step. Hopkins. 
William Ellery. 

Connecticut. 
Roger Sherman. 
Saml. Huntington. 
Wm. Williams. 
Oliver Wolcott. 

New York. 
Wm. Floyd. 
Phil Livingston. 
Frans. Lewis. 
Lewis Morris. 

New Jersey. 
Richd. Stockton. 
Jno. Witherspoon. 
Fras. Hopkinson. 
John Hart. 
Abra. Clark. 

Pennsylvania. 
Robt. Morris. 
Benjamin Rush. 
Benja. Franklin. 
John Morton. 
Geo. Clymer. 
Jas. Smith. 
Geo. Taylor. 
James Wilson. 
Geo. Ross. 



Delaware. 
Caesar Rodney. 
Geo. Read. 
Tho. M'Kean. 

Maryland. 
Samuel Chase. 
Wm. Paca. 
Thos. Stone. 
Charles Carroll, of Carrollton. 

Virginia. 
George Wythe. 
Richard Henry Lee. 
Thos. Jefferson. 
Benja. Harrison. 
Thos. Nelson, jr. 
Francis Lightfoot Lee. 
Carter Braxton. 

North Carolina. 
Wm. Hooper. 
Joseph Hewes. 
John Penn. 

South Carolina. 
Edward Rutledge. 
Thos. Heyward, junr. 
Thomas Lynch, junr. 
Arthur Middleton. 

Georgia. 
Button Gwinnett. 
Lyman Hall. 
Geo. Walton. 



IN CONGRESS, 
January 18, 1777. 
Ordered, 

That an authenticated copy of the Declaration of Independency, with 
the names of the Members of Congress subscribing the same, be sent to 
each of the United States, and that they be desired to have the same put 
on record. 

JOHN HANCOCK, 
By Order of Congress, President. 

Attest, Chas. Thomson, 

Secy. 
A true copy, 
John Hancock, 

Presidt. 



The United States Constitution is the oldest fed- 
eral constitution in existence. It was so well framed 
that it has served as the basis for this government 
for over a century and a half. Only once has it been 
seriously endangered, this being during the Civil 
War. Many of its principles have been adopted by 
other countries. 

The Constitution was the outgrowth of a conven- 
tion of delegates from the different states that met in 
Philadelphia in May, 1787, Rhode Island not being 
represented. George Washington presided over the 
convention, which lasted from May to September. 

The Constitution was then submitted to the then 
existing states for ratification, with a provision that 
it should become effective when ratified by nine 
states. New Hampshire was the ninth state to ratify, 
June 21, 1788, and the Constitution went into effect 
in 1789. 

The states ratified the Constitution in the following 
order: Delaware, Dec. 7; Pennsylvania, Dec. 12, and 
New Jersey, Dec. 18, 1787; Georgia, Jan. 2; Con- 
necticut, Jan. 9; Massachusetts, Feb. 6; Maryland, 
Apr. 28; South Carolina, May 23; New Hampshire, 
June 21 ; Virginia, June 25, and New York, July 26, 
1788; North Carolina, Nov. 21, 1789, and Rhode 
Island, May 29, 1790. 



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♦CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 



We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect 
Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the 
common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of 
Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this 
Constitution for the United States of America. 

ARTICLE I. 

Section 1. All legislative Powers herein granted shall be vested in a 
Congress of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and House 
of Representatives. 

Section 2. The House of Representatives shall be composed of Members 
chosen every second Year by the People of the several States, and the 
Electors in each State shall have the Qualifications requisite for Electors of 
the most numerous Branch of the State Legislature. 

No Person shall be a Representative who shall not have attained to the 
Age of twenty five Years, and been seven Years a Citizen of the United 
States, and who shall not, when elected be an Inhabitant of that State in 
which he shall be chosen. 

Representatives and direct Taxes shall be apportioned among the several 
States which may be included within this Union, according to their 
respective Numbers, which shall be determined by adding to the whole 
Number of free Persons, including those bound to Service for a Term of 
Years, and excluding Indians not taxed, three fifths of all other Persons. 
The actual Enumeration shall be made within three Years after the first 
Meeting of the Congress of the United States, and within every subsequent 
Term of ten Years in such Manner as they shall by Law direct. The 
Number of Representatives shall not exceed one for every thirty Thousand, 
but each State shall have at Least one Representative; and until such 
enumeration shall be made, the State of New Hampshire shall be entitled 
to chuse three, Massachusetts eight, Rhode Island and Providence Planta- 
tions one, Connecticut five, New York six, New Jersey four, Pennsylvania 
eight, Delaware one, Maryland six, Virginia ten, North Carolina five, 
South Carolina five and Georgia three. 

When vacancies happen in the Representation from any State, the 
Executive Authority thereof shall issue Writs of Election to fill such 
Vacancies. 

The House of Representatives shall chuse their Speaker and other 
Officers; and shall have the sole Power of Impeachment. 

Section 3. The Senate of the United States shall be composed of two 
Senators from each State, chosen by the Legislature thereof, for six Years; 
and each Senator shall have one Vote. 

Immediately after they shall be assembled in Consequence of the first 
Election, they shall be divided as equally as may be into three Classes. 

•Connecticut ratified the Constitution Jan. 9, 1788, having been the fifth State to vote 
Cor ratification. 

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The Seats of the Senators of the first Class shall be vacated at the 
Expiration of the second Year, of the second Class at the Expiration of the 
fourth Year, and of the third Class at the Expiration of the sixth Year, so 
that one third may be chosen every second Year ; and if Vacancies happen 
by Resignation, or otherwise, during the Recess of the Legislature of any 
State, the Executive thereof may make temporary Appointments until the 
next Meeting of the Legislature, which shall then fill such Vacancies. 

No Person shall be a Senator who shall not have attained to the Age of 
thirty Years, and been nine Years a Citizen of the United States, and who 
shall not, when elected, be an Inhabitant of that State for which he shall be 
chosen. 

The Vice President of the United States shall be President of the Senate, 
but shall have no Vote unless they be equally divided. 

The Senate shall chuse their other Officers, and also a President pro 
tempore, in the Absence of the Vice President, or when he shall exercise 
the Office of President of the United States. 

The Senate shall have the sole Power to try all Impeachments. When 
sitting for that Purpose they shall be on Oath or Affirmation. When the 
President of the United States is tried, the Chief Justice shall preside: And 
no Person shall be convicted without the Concurrence of two thirds of the 
Members present. 

Judgment in Cases of Impeachment shall not extend further than to 
removal from Office, and disqualification to hold and enjoy any Office of 
honor, Trust or Profit under the United States: but the Party convicted 
shall nevertheless be liable and subject to Indictment, Trial, Judgment and 
Punishment, according to Law. 

Section 4. The Times, Places and Manner of holding Elections for 
Senators and Representatives, shall be prescribed in each State by the 
Legislature thereof; but the Congress may at any time by Law make or 
alter such Regulations, except as to the Places of chusing Senators. 

The Congress shall assemble at least once in every Year, and such 
Meetings shall be on the first Monday in December, unless they shall by 
Law appoint a different Day. 

Section 5. Each House shall be the Judge of the Elections, Returns and 
Qualifications of its own Members, and a Majority of each shall constitute 
a Quorum to do Business ; but a smaller Number may adjourn from day to 
day, and may be authorized to compel the Attendance of absent Members, 
in such Manner, and under such Penalties as each House may provide. 

Each House may determine the Rules of its Proceedings, punish its 
Members for disorderly Behavior, and with the Concurrence of two thirds, 
expel a Member. 

Each House shall keep a Journal of its Proceedings, and from time to 
time publish the same, excepting such Parts as may in their Judgment 
require Secrecy; and the Yeas and Nays of the Members of either House 
on any question shall, at the Desire of one fifth of those Present, be 
entered on the Journal. 

Neither House, during the Session of Congress, shall without the Consent 
of the other, adjourn for more than three days, nor to any other Place than 
that in which the two Houses shall be sitting. 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES 1 5 

Section 6. The Senators and Representatives shall receive a Compensa- 
tion for their Services, to be ascertained by Law, and paid out of the 
Treasury of the United States. They shall in all Cases, except Treason, 
Felony and Breach of the Peace, be privileged from Arrest during their 
Attendance at the Session of their respective Houses, and in going to and 
returning from the same; and for any Speech or Debate in either House, 
they shall not be questioned in any other Place. 

No Senator or Representative shall, during the Time for which he was 
elected, be appointed to any civil Office under the Authority of the United 
States, which shall have been created, or the Emoluments whereof shall 
have been encreased during such time; and no Person holding any Office 
under the United States, shall be a Member of either House during his 
Continuance in Office. 

Section 7. All Bills for raising Revenue shall originate in the House of 
Representatives; but the Senate may propose or concur with Amendments 
as on other Bills. 

Every Bill which shall have passed the House of Representatives and the 
Senate, shall, before it becomes a Law, be presented to the President of the 
United States; If he approve he shall sign it, but if not, he shall return it, 
with his Objections to that House in which it shall have originated, who shall 
enter the Objections at large on their Journal, and proceed to reconsider it. 
If after such Reconsideration two-thirds of that House shall agree to pass the 
Bill, it shall be sent, together with the objections to the other House, by 
which it shall likewise be reconsidered, and if approved by two-thirds of 
that House, it shall become a Law. But in all such Cases the Votes of both 
Houses shall be determined by yeas and nays, and the Names of the 
Persons voting for and against the Bill shall be entered on the Journal of 
each House respectively. If any Bill shall not be returned by the President 
within ten Days (Sundays excepted) after it shall have been presented to 
him, the Same shall be a Law, in like Manner as if he had signed it, unless 
the Congress by their Adjournment prevent its Return, in which Case it 
shall not be a law. 

Every Order, Resolution, or Vote to which the Concurrence of the 
Senate and House of Representatives may be necessary (except on a 
question of Adjournment) shall be presented to the President of the United 
States; and before the Same shall take Effect, shall be approved by him, or 
being disapproved by him, shall be repassed by two-thirds of the Senate 
and House of Representatives, according to the Rules and Limitations 
prescribed in the Case of a Bill. 

Section 8. The Congress shall have Power To lay and collect Taxes, 
Duties, Imposts and Excises, to pay the Debts and provide for the 
common Defence and general Welfare of the United States; but all Duties, 
Imposts and Excises shall be uniform throughout the United States; 

To borrow Money on the credit of the United States; 

To regulate Commerce with foreign Nations, and among the several 
States, and with the Indian Tribes; 

To establish an uniform Rule of Naturalization and uniform Laws on 
the subject of Bankruptcies throughout the United States; 

To coin Money, regulate the Value thereof, and of foreign Coin, and fix 
the Standard of Weights and Measures; 



16 CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES 

To provide for the Punishment of counterfeiting the Securities and 
current Coin of the United States; 

To establish Post Offices and post Roads; 

To promote the Progress of Science and useful Arts, by securing for 
limited Times to Authors and Inventors the exclusive Right to their 
respective Writings and Discoveries; 

To constitute Tribunals inferior to the supreme Court; 

To define and punish Piracies and Felonies committed on the high Seas, 
and Offences against the Law of Nations; 

To declare War, grant Letters of Marque and Reprisal, and make Rules 
concerning Captures on Land and Water; 

To raise and support Armies, but no Appropriation of Money to that 
Use shall be for a longer Term than two Years; 

To provide and maintain a Navy; 

To make Rules for the Government and Regulation to the land and 
naval Forces; 

To provide for calling forth the Militia to execute the Laws of the 
Union, suppress Insurrections and repel Invasions; 

To provide for organizing, arming, and disciplining, the Militia, and for 
governing such Part of them as may be employed in the Service of the 
United States, reserving to the States respectively, the Appointment of the 
Officers, and the Authority of training the Militia according to the discipline 
prescribed by Congress; 

To exercise exclusive Legislation in all Cases whatsoever, over such 
District (not exceeding ten Miles square) as may, by Cession of particular 
States, and the Acceptance of Congress, become the Seat of the Government 
of the United States, and to exercise like Authority over all Places pur- 
chased by the Consent of the Legislature of the State in which the Same 
shall be, for the Erection of Forts, Magazines, Arsenals, Dock- Yards and 
other needful Buildings; — And 

To make all Laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into 
Execution the foregoing Powers, and all other Powers vested by this 
Constitution in the Government of the United States, or in any Department 
or Officer thereof. 

Section 9. The Migration or Importation of such Persons as any of the 
States now existing shall think proper to admit, shall not be prohibited by 
the Congress prior to the Year one thousand eight hundred and eight, but 
a Tax or duty may be imposed on such Importation, not exceeding ten 
dollars for each Person. 

The Privilege of the Writ of Habeas Corpus shall not be suspended, 
unless when in Cases of Rebellion or Invasion the public Safety may 
require it. 

No bill of Attainder or ex post facto Law shall be passed. 

No Capitation, or other direct Tax shall be laid, unless in Proportion to 
the Census or Enumeration herein before directed to be taken. 

No Tax or Duty shall be laid on Articles exported from any State. 



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No Preference shall be given by any Regulation of Commerce or 
Revenue to the Ports of one State over those of another; nor shall Vessels 
bound to, or from, one State, be obliged to enter, clear, or pay Duties in 
another. 

No Money shall be drawn from the Treasury, but in Consequence of 
Appropriations made by Law; and a regular Statement and Account of the 
Receipts and Expenditures of all public Money shall be published from 
time to time. 

No Title of Nobility shall be granted by the United States: And no 
Person holding any office of Profit or Trust under them, shall, without 
the Consent of the Congress accept of any present, Emolument, Office, 
or Title, of any kind whatever, from any King, Prince, or foreign State. 

Section 10. No State shall enter into any Treaty, Alliance, or Con- 
federation; grant Letters of Marque and Reprisal; coin Money; emit Bills 
of Credit; make any Thing but gold and silver Coin a Tender in Payment 
of Debts; pass any Bill of Attainder, ex post facto Law, or Law impairing 
the Obligation of Contracts, or grant any Title of Nobility. 

No State shall, without the Consent of the Congress, lay any Imposts or 
Duties on Imports or Exports, except what may be absolutely necessary 
for executing its inspection Laws: and the net Produce of All Duties and 
Imposts, laid by any State on Imports or Exports, shall be for the Use of 
the Treasury of the United States: and all such Laws shall be subject to the 
Revision and Controul of the Congress. 

No State shall, without the Consent of Congress, lay any Duty of 
Tonnage, keep Troops, or Ships of War in time of Peace, enter into any 
Agreement or Compact with another State, or with a foreign Power, or 
engage in War, unless actually invaded, or in such imminent Danger as 
will not admit of delay. 

ARTICLE II. 

Section 1. The executive Power shall be vested in a President of the 
United States of America. He shall hold his Office during the Term of four 
Years, and, together with the Vice President, chosen for the same Term, be 
elected, as follows: 

Each State shall appoint, in such Manner as the Legislature thereof may 
direct, a Number of Electors, equal to the whole Number of Senators and 
Representatives to which the State may be entitled in the Congress: but no 
Senator or Representative or Person holding an office of Trust or Profit 
under the United States, shall be appointed an Elector. 

The Electors shall meet in their respective States, and vote by Ballot for 
two Persons, of whom one at least shall not be an Inhabitant of the same 
State with themselves. And they shall make a List of all the Persons voted 
for, and of the Number of Votes for each; which List they shall sign and 
certify, and transmit sealed to the Seat of the Government of the United 
States, directed to the President of the Senate. The President of the Senate 
shall, in the Presence of the Senate and House of Representatives, open all 
the Certificates, and the Votes shall then be counted. The Person having 
the greatest Number of Votes shall be the President, if such Number be a 
Majority of the whole Number of Electors appointed; and if there be more 
than one who have such Majority, and have an equal Number of Votes, 



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then the House of Representatives shall immediately chuse by Ballot one 
of them for President; and if no Person have a Majority, then from the five 
highest on the list the said House shall in like Manner chuse the President. 
But in chusing the President, the Votes shall be taken by States, the 
Representation from each State having one Vote; a quorum for this 
Purpose shall consist of a Member or Members from two-thirds of the 
States, and a Majority of all the States shall be necessary to a Choice. In 
every Case, after the Choice of the President, the Person having the 
greatest Number of Votes of the Electors shall be the Vice President. But if 
there should remain two or more who have equal Votes, the Senate shall 
chuse from them by Ballot the Vice President. 

The Congress may determine the Time of chusing the Electors, and the 
Day on which they shall give their Votes; which Day shall be the same 
throughout the United States. 

No Person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United 
States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to 
the Office of President; neither shall any person be eligible to that Office 
who shall not have attained to the age of thirty five Years, and been 
fourteen Years a Resident within the United States. 

In case of the Removal of the President from Office, or of his Death, 
Resignation, or Inability to discharge the Powers and Duties of the said 
Office, the Same shall devolve on the Vice President, and the Congress 
may by Law provide for the Case of Removal, Death, Resignation or 
Inability, both of the President and Vice President, declaring what Officer 
shall then act as President, and such Officer shall act accordingly, until the 
Disability be removed, or a President shall be elected. 

The President shall, at stated Times, receive for his Services, a Compensa- 
tion which shall neither be increased nor diminished during the Period for 
which he shall have been elected, and he shall not receive within that 
Period any other Emolument from the United States, or any of them. 

Before he enter on the Execution of his Office, he shall take the 
following Oath or Affirmation: — "I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I 
will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will 
to the best of my Ability, preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of 
the United States." 

Section 2. The President shall be Commander in Chief of the Army 
and Navy of the United States, and of the Militia of the several States, 
when called into the actual Service of the United States; he may require 
the Opinion, in writing, of the principal Officer in each of the executive 
Departments, upon any subject relating to the Duties of their respective 
Offices, and he shall have Power to grant Reprieves and Pardons for 
Offences against the United States, except in cases of Impeachment. 

He shall have Power, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, 
to make Treaties, provided two-thirds of the Senators present concur; and 
he shall nominate, and by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, 
shall appoint Ambassadors, other public Ministers and Consuls, Judges of 
the supreme Court, and all other Officers of the United States, whose 
Appointments are not herein otherwise provided for, and which shall be 
established by Law; but the Congress may by Law vest the Appointment 



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of such inferior Officers, as they think proper, in the President alone, in the 
Courts of Law, or in the Heads of Departments. 

The President shall have power to fill up all Vacancies that may happen 
during the Recess of the Senate, by granting Commissions which shall 
expire at the End of their next Session. 

Section 3. He shall from time to time give to the Congress Information 
of the State of the Union, and recommend to their Consideration such 
Measures as he shall judge necessary and expedient; he may, on extraordi- 
nary Occasions, convene both Houses, or either of them, and in Case of 
Disagreement between them, with Respect to the Time of Adjournment, he 
may adjourn them to such Time as he shall think proper; he shall receive 
Ambassadors and other public Ministers; he shall take Care that the 
Laws be faithfully executed, and shall Commission all the Officers of the 
United States. 

Section 4. The President, Vice President, and all civil Officers of the 
United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and 
Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors. 

ARTICLE III. 

Section 1. The judicial Power of the United States, shall be vested in 
one supreme Court, and in such inferior Courts as the Congress may from 
time to time ordain and establish. The Judges, both of the supreme and 
inferior Courts, shall hold their Offices during good Behavior, and shall, at 
stated Times, receive for their Services, a Compensation, which shall not 
be diminished during their Continuance in Office. 

Section 2. The judicial Power shall extend to all Cases, in Law and 
Equity, arising under this Constitution, the Laws of the United States, and 
Treaties made, or which shall be made, under their Authority; — to all 
Cases affecting Ambassadors, other public Ministers and Consuls; — to all 
Cases of admiralty and maritime Jurisdiction; — to Controversies to which 
the United States shall be a party; — to Controversies between two or more 
States: — between a State and Citizens of another State; — between Citizens 
of different States; — between Citizens of the same State claiming Lands 
under Grants of different States, and between a State, or the Citizens 
thereof, and foreign States, Citizens or Subjects. 

In all Cases affecting Ambassadors, other public Ministers and Consuls, 
and those in which a State shall be Party, the supreme Court shall have 
original jurisdiction. In all other Cases before mentioned, the Supreme 
Court shall have appellate Jurisdiction, both as to Law and Fact, with 
such Exceptions, and under such regulations as the Congress shall make. 

The trial of all Crimes, except in Cases of Impeachment, shall be by 
Jury; and such Trial shall be held in the State where the said Crimes shall 
have been committed; but when not committed within any State, the Trial 
shall be at such Place or Places as the Congress may by Law have directed. 

Section 3. Treason against the United States, shall consist only in 
levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them 
Aid and Comfort. No Person shall be convicted of Treason unless on the 
Testimony of two Witnesses to the same overt Act, or on Confession in 
open Court. 



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The Congress shall have Power to declare the Punishment of Treason, 
but no Attainder of Treason shall work Corruption of Blood, or Forfeiture 
except during the Life of the Person attainted. 

ARTICLE IV. 

Section 1. Full Faith and Credit shall be given in each State to the 
Public Acts, Records, and judicial Proceedings of every other State. And 
the Congress may by general Laws prescribe the Manner in which such 
Acts, Records and Proceedings shall be proved, and the Effect thereof. 

Section 2. The Citizens of each State shall be entitled to all Privileges 
and Immunities of Citizens in the several States. 

A Person charged in any State with Treason, Felony, or other Crime, 
who shall flee from Justice, and be found in another State, shall on 
Demand of the executive Authority of the State from which he fled, be 
delivered up, to be removed to the State having Jurisdiction of the Crime. 

No Person held to Service or Labour in one State, under the Laws 
thereof, escaping into another, shall, in Consequence of any Law or 
Regulation therein, be discharged from such Service or Labour, but shall 
be delivered up on Claim of the Party to whom such Service or Labour 
may be due. 

Section 3. New States may be admitted by the Congress into this 
Union; but no new State shall be formed or erected within the Jurisdiction 
of any other State; nor any State be formed by the Junction of two or 
more States, or Parts of States, without the Consent of the Legislatures of 
the States concerned as well as of the Congress. 

The Congress shall have Power to dispose of and make all needful Rules 
and Regulations respecting the Territory or other Property belonging to 
the United States; and nothing in this Constitution shall be so construed 
as to Prejudice any Claims of the United States, or of any particular State. 

Section 4. The United States shall guarantee to every State in this 
Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them 
against Invasion; and on Application of the Legislature, or of the Executive 
(when the Legislature cannot be convened) against domestic Violence. 

ARTICLE V. 

The Congress, whenever two-thirds of both Houses shall deem it neces- 
sary, shall propose Amendments to this Constitution, or, on the Application 
of the Legislatures of two-thirds of the several States, shall call a Convention 
for proposing Amendments, which, in either Case, shall be valid to all 
Intents and Purposes, as Part of this Constitution, when ratified by the 
Legislatures of three-fourths of the several States, or by Conventions in 
three-fourths thereof, as the one or the other Mode of Ratification may be 
proposed by the Congress; Provided that no Amendment which may be 
made prior to the Year One thousand eight hundred and eight shall in any 
Manner affect the first and fourth Clauses in the Ninth Section of the first 
Article; and that no State, without its Consent, shall be deprived of its 
equal Suffrage in the Senate. 

ARTICLE VI. 

All debts contracted and Engagements entered into, before the Adoption 
of this Constitution, shall be as valid against the United States under this 
Constitution, as under the Confederation. 



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This Constitution, and the Laws of the United States which shall be 
made in Pursuance thereof; and all Treaties made, or which shall be made, 
under the Authority of the United States, shall be the supreme Law of 
the Land; and the Judges in every State shall be bound thereby, any Thing 
in the Constitution or Laws of any State to the Contrary notwithstanding. 

The Senators and Representatives before mentioned, and the Members 
of the several State Legislatures, and all executive and judicial Officers, 
both of the United States and of the several States, shall be bound by Oath 
or Affirmation, to support this Constitution; but no religious Test shall 
ever be required as a Qualification to any Office or public Trust under the 
United States. 

ARTICLE VII. 

The Ratification of the Conventions of nine States, shall be sufficient for 
the Establishment of this Constitution between the States so ratifying the 
Same. 



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Attest William Jackson Secretary 



Done in Convention by the Unani- 
mous Consent of the States present 
the Seventeenth Day of September 
in the Year of our Lord one thou- 
sand seven hundred and Eighty 
seven and of the Independence of 
the United States of America the 
Twelfth In witness whereof We have 
hereunto subscribed our Names, 



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and deputy from Virginia 



New Hampshire 

Massachusetts 

Connecticut 
New York 

New Jersey 



Pennsylvania 



f John Langdon 
\ Nicholas Gilman 

(Nathaniel Gorham 
\Rufus King 

f Wm. SamL. Johnson 
\ Roger Sherman 

Alexander Hamilton 

[Wil: Livingston 
I David Brearley. 
Wm. Paterson 
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B Franklin 
Thomas Mifflin 
Rob t . Morris 
Geo. Clymer 
ThoS. FitzSimons 
Jared Ingersoll 
James Wilson 
Gouv Morris 



22 amendments to the constitution of the united states 

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Delaware Oohn Dickinson 

Richard Bassett 
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Virginia 
North Carolina 

South Carolina 
Georgia 



James McHenry 

Dan of S t . Tho s . Jenifer 

Dan l Carroll 

f John Blair — 

\ James Madison Jr. 

fWM Blount 

« Rich d . Dobbs Spaight. 

[Hu Williamson 

J. Rutledge 

Charles Cotesworth Pinckney 

Charles Pinckney 

Pierce Butler 

f William Few 
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The orthography and punctuation both of the constitution and the several amend- 
ments, as printed in a copy furnished for the purpose by the Secretary of State of the 
United States, have been followed exactly in printing this work. 



AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION 
OF THE UNITED STATES 

Articles 

In addition to, and Amendment of the constitution of the 
united states of america, 

Proposed by Congress, and ratified by the Legislatures of the several 
States, pursuant to the fifth Article of the Original Constitution. 

ARTICLE I.f 

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or 
prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, 
or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to 
petition the Government for a redress of grievances. 

ARTICLE II. 

A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, 
the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed. 



tThe first ten Amendments were ratified December 15, 1791, and form what is known 
as the "Bill of Rights." Ratified by this State April 19, 1939. 



AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES 23 

ARTICLE III. 

No Soldier shall, in time of peace, be quartered in* any house, without 
the consent of the Owner, nor in time of war, but in a manner to be 
prescribed by law. 

ARTICLE IV. 

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and 
effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, 
and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath 
or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and 
the persons or things to be seized. 

ARTICLE V. 

No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous 
crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury, except in 
cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the Militia, when in actual 
service in time of War or public danger; nor shall any person be subject 
for the same offence to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb; nor shall 
be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be 
deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor shall 
private property be taken for public use, without just compensation. 

ARTICLE VI. 

In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy 
and public trial, by an impartial jury of the State and district wherein the 
crime shall have been committed, which district shall have been previously 
ascertained by law, and to be informed of the nature and cause of the 
accusation; to be confronted with the witnesses against him; to have 
compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor, and to have the 
Assistance of Counsel for his defence. 

ARTICLE VII.i 

In Suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed 
twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved, and no fact 
tried by a jury, shall be otherwise re-examined in any Court of the United 
States, than according to the rules of the common law. 

ARTICLE VIII. 

Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor 
cruel and unusual punishments inflicted. 

ARTICLE IX. 

The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be 
construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people. 

ARTICLE X. 

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor 
prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to 
the people. 



l This applies only to United States courts. 



24 AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES 

ARTICLE XI.2 

The Judicial power of the United States shall not be construed to extend 
to any suit in law or equity, commenced or prosecuted against one of the 
United States by Citizens of another State, or by Citizens or Subjects of 
any Foreign State. 

ARTICLE XII.3 

The Electors shall meet in their respective states, and vote by ballot for 
President and Vice-President, one of whom, at least, shall not be an 
inhabitant of the same state with themselves; they shall name in their 
ballots the person voted for as President, and in distinct ballots the person 
voted for as Vice-President, and they shall make distinct lists of all persons 
voted for as President, and of all persons voted for as Vice-President, and 
of the number of votes for each, which lists they shall sign and certify, and 
transmit sealed to the seat of the government of the United States, directed 
to the President of the Senate; — The President of the Senate shall, in the 
presence of the Senate and House of Representatives, open all the certifi- 
cates and the votes shall then be counted; — The person having the greatest 
number of votes for President, shall be the President, if such number be a 
majority of the whole number of Electors appointed; and if no person 
have such majority, then from the persons having the highest numbers not 
exceeding three on the list of those voted for as President, the House of 
Representatives shall choose immediately, by ballot, the President. But in 
choosing the President, the votes shall be taken by States, the representation 
from each state having one vote; a quorum for this purpose shall consist 
of a member or members from two-thirds of the states, and a majority of 
all the states shall be necessary to a choice. And if the House of Represent- 
atives shall not choose a President whenever the right of choice shall 
devolve upon them, before the fourth day of March next following, then 
the Vice-President shall act as President, as in the case of the death or 
other constitutional disability of the President. — The person having the 
greatest number of votes as Vice-President, shall be Vice-President, if such 
number be a majority of the whole number of Electors appointed, and if 
no person have a majority, then from the two highest numbers on the list, 
the Senate shall choose the Vice-President; a quorum for the purpose shall 
consist of two-thirds of the whole number of Senators, and a majority of 
the whole number shall be necessary to a choice. But no person constitu- 
tionally ineligible to the office of President shall be eligible to that of Vice- 
President of the United States. 

ARTICLE XIII.4 

Section 1. Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punish- 
ment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall 
exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction. 

Section 2. Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appro- 
priate legislation. 



-Ratified by this State May 15, 1794 (See House Journal 1794 and State Records 
1794). 

3 Proposed by Congress December 12, 1803. Not ratified by this State. Ratification 
announced by Secretary of State, September 25, 1804. 

4 Proposed by Congress February 1, 1865. Ratified by this State May 5, 1865. 
Ratification announced by Secretary of State, December 18, 1865. 



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ARTICLE XIV.s 

Section 1. All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and 
subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of 
the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law 
which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United 
States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, 
without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction 
the equal protection of the laws. 

Section 2. Representatives shall be apportioned among the several 
States according to their respective numbers, counting the whole number of 
persons in each State, excluding Indians not taxed. But when the right to 
vote at any election for the choice of electors for President and Vice- 
President of the United States, Representatives in Congress, the Executive 
and Judicial officers of a State, or the members of the Legislature thereof, 
is denied to any of the male inhabitants of such State, being twenty-one 
years of age, and citizens of the United States, or in any way abridged, 
except for participation in rebellion, or other crime, the basis of repre- 
sentation therein shall be reduced in the proportion which the number of 
such male citizens shall bear to the whole number of male citizens twenty- 
one years of age in such State. 

Section 3. No person shall be a Senator or Representative in Congress, 
or elector of President and Vice-President, or hold any office, civil or 
military, under the United States, or under any State, who, having previ- 
ously taken an oath, as a member of Congress, or as an officer of the 
United States, or as a member of any State legislature, or as an executive 
or judicial officer of any State, to support the Constitution of the United 
States, shall have engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the same, or 
given aid or comfort to the enemies thereof. But Congress may by a vote 
of two-thirds of each House, remove such disability. 

Section 4. The validity of the public debt of the United States, author- 
ized by law, including debts incurred for payment of pensions and bounties 
for services in suppressing insurrection or rebellion, shall not be questioned. 
But neither the United States nor any State shall assume or pay any debt 
or obligation incurred in aid of insurrection or rebellion against the United 
States, or any claim for the loss or emancipation of any slave; but all such 
debts, obligations and claims shall be held illegal and void. 

Section 5. The Congress shall have power to enforce, by appropriate 
legislation, the provisions of this article. 

ARTICLE XV.e 
Section 1. The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be 
denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of 
race, color, or previous condition of servitude. 

Section 2. The Congress shall have power to enforce this article by 
appropriate legislation. 



5 Proposed by Congress June 16, 1866. Ratified by this State June 30, 1866. Ratification 
announced by Secretary of State, July 28, 1868. 

Proposed by Congress February 27, 1869. Ratified by this State May 19, 1869. Ratifi- 
cation announced by Secretary of State, March 30, 1870. 



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ARTICLE XVI. 7 

The Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes on incomes, from 
whatever source derived, without apportionment among the several States, 
and without regard to any census or enumeration. 

ARTICLE XVII.8 

The Senate of the United States shall be composed of two Senators from 
each state, elected by the people thereof, for six years; and each Senator 
shall have one vote. The electors in each State shall have the qualifications 
requisite for electors of the most numerous branch of the State legislatures. 
When vacancies happen in the representation of any State in the Senate, 
the executive authority of such State shall issue writs of election to fill such 
vacancies: Provided, that the legislature of any State may empower the 
executive thereof to make temporary appointments until the people fill the 
vacancies by election as the legislature may direct. This amendment shall 
not be so construed as to affect the election or term of any Senator chosen 
before it becomes valid as part of the Constitution. 

ARTICLE XVIII.* 

Section 1. After one year from the ratification of this article the 
manufacture, sale, or transportation of intoxicating liquors within, the 
importation thereof, into, or the exportation thereof from the United 
States and all territory subject to the jurisdiction thereof for beverage 
purposes is hereby prohibited. 

Section 2. The Congress and the several States shall have concurrent 
power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation. 

Section 3. This article shall be inoperative unless it shall have been 
ratified as an amendment to the Constitution by the legislatures of the 
several States, as provided in the Constitution, within seven years from the 
date of the submission hereof to the States by the Congress. 

ARTICLE XIX. w 

Section 1 . The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be 
denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex. 

Section 2. Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appro- 
priate legislation. 

ARTICLE XX.ii 
Section 1. The terms of the President and Vice President shall end at 
noon on the 20th day of January, and the terms of Senators and Represent- 



7 Proposed by Congress July 12, 1909. Not ratified by this State. Ratification announced 
by the Secretary of State of the United States, February 25, 1913. 

8 Proposed by Congress May 13, 1912. Ratified by this State April 15, 1913. 
Ratification announced by the Secretary of State of the United States, May 31, 1913. 

9 Proposed by Congress December 18, 1917. Ratification announced by the Acting 
Secretary of the United States, January 29, 1919. Became effective January 16, 1920. Not 
ratified by this State. 

Repealed by Article XXI effective December 5, 1933. 

"Proposed by Congress June 4, 1919. Ratification announced by the Secretary of 
State of the United States, August 26, 1920. Ratified by this State September 14, 1920, 
and September 21, 1920. 

"Proposed by Congress March 2, 1932. Ratification announced by the Secretary of 
State of the United States, February 6, 1933. Ratified by this State January 27, 1933. 



AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES 27 

atives at noon on the 3rd day of January, of the years in which such terms 
would have ended if this article had not been ratified; and the terms of 
their successors shall then begin. 

Section 2. The Congress shall assemble at least once in every year, and 
such meeting shall begin at noon on the 3rd day of January, unless they 
shall by law appoint a different day. 

Section 3. If, at the time fixed for the beginning of the term of the 
President, the President elect shall have died, the Vice President elect shall 
become President. If a President shall not have been chosen before the 
time fixed for the beginning of his term, or if the President elect shall have 
failed to qualify, then the Vice President elect shall act as President until a 
President shall have qualified; and the Congress may by law provide for 
the case wherein neither a President elect nor a Vice President elect shall 
have qualified, declaring who shall then act as President, or the manner in 
which one who is to act shall be selected, and such person shall act 
accordingly until a President or Vice President shall have qualified. 

Section 4. The Congress may by law provide for the case of the death 
of any of the persons from whom the House of Representatives may 
choose a President whenever the right of choice shall have devolved upon 
them, and for the case of the death of any of the persons from whom the 
Senate may choose a Vice President whenever the right of choice shall 
have devolved upon them. 

Section 5. Sections 1 and 2 shall take effect on the 15th day of October 
following the ratification of this article. 

Section 6. This article shall be inoperative unless it shall have been 
ratified as an amendment to the Constitution by the legislatures of three- 
fourths of the several States within seven years from the date of its 
submission. 

ARTICLE XXI.12 

Section 1. The eighteenth article of amendment to the Constitution of 
the United States is hereby repealed. 

Section 2. The transportation or importation into any State, Territory, 
or possession of the United States for delivery or use therein of intoxicating 
liquors, in violation of the laws thereof, is hereby prohibited. 

Section 3. This article shall be inoperative unless it shall have been 
ratified as an amendment to the Constitution by conventions in the several 
States, as provided in the Constitution, within seven years from the date of 
the submission hereof to the States by the Congress. 

ARTICLE XXII.13 

Section 1. No person shall be elected to the office of the President 

more than twice, and no person who has held the office of President, or 

acted as President, for more than two years of a term to which some other 

person was elected President shall be elected to the office of the President 



"Proposed by Congress February 20, 1933. Ratified by this State July 11, 1933. 
Ratification announced by the Secretary of State of the United States, December 5, 1933. 

"Proposed by Congress March 24, 1947. Ratified by this State May 21. 1947. 
Ratification announced by the Secretary of State of the*United States, March 1, 1951. 



28 AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES 

more than once. But this Article shall not apply to any person holding the 
office of President when this Article was proposed by the Congress, and 
shall not prevent any person who may be holding the office of President, 
or acting as President, during the term within which this Article becomes 
operative from holding the office of President or acting as President during 
the remainder of such term. 

Section 2. This article shall be inoperative unless it shall have been 
ratified as an amendment to the Constitution by the legislatures of three- 
fourths of the several States within seven years from the date of its 
submission to the States by the Congress. 

ARTICLE XXIII." 

Section 1. The District constituting the seat of Government of the 
United States shall appoint in such manner as the Congress may direct: A 
number of electors of President and Vice President equal to the whole 
number of Senators and Representatives in Congress to which the District 
would be entitled if it were a State, but in no event more than the least 
populous State; they shall be in addition to those appointed by the States, 
but they shall be considered, for the purposes of the election of President 
and Vice President, to be electors appointed by a State; and they shall 
meet in the district and perform such duties as provided by the twelfth 
article of amendment. 

Section 2. The Congress shall have power to enforce this article by 
appropriate legislation. 

ARTICLE XXIV.w 

Section 1. The right of citizens of the United States to vote in any 
primary or other election for President or Vice President, for electors for 
President or Vice President, or for Senator or Representative in Congress, 
shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or any State by 
reason of failure to pay any poll tax or other tax. 

Section 2. The Congress shall have power to enforce this article by 
appropriate legislation. 

ARTICLE XXV.ie 

Section 1. In case of the removal of the President from office or of his 
death or resignation, the Vice President shall become President. 

Section 2. Whenever there is a vacancy in the office of the Vice 
President, the President shall nominate a Vice President who shall take 
office upon confirmation by a majority vote of both Houses of Congress. 

Section 3. Whenever the President transmits to the President pro tem- 
pore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives his 



"Proposed by Congress June 16, 1960. Ratified by this State March 9, 1961. 
Ratification announced by the Administrator of General Services of the United States, 
April 3, 1961. 

"Proposed by Congress August 27, 1962. Ratified by this State March 20, 1963. 
Ratification announced by the Administrator of General Services of the United States, 
February 4, 1964. Became effective on January 23, 1964. 

^Proposed by Congress January 6, 1965. Ratified by this State February 14, 1967. 
Ratification consummated February 10, 1967 and announced by the Administrator of 
General Services of the United States, February 23, 1967. 



AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES 29 

written declaration that he is unable to discharge the powers and duties 
of his office, and until he transmits to them a written declaration to the 
contrary, such powers and duties shall be discharged by the Vice President 
as Acting President. 

Section 4. Whenever the Vice President and a majority of either the prin- 
cipal officers of the executive departments or of such other body as Congress 
may by law provide, transmit to the President pro tempore of the Senate 
and the Speaker of the House of Representatives their written declaration 
that the President is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his 
office, the Vice President shall immediately assume the powers and duties 
of the office as Acting President. 

Thereafter, when the President transmits to the President pro tempore of 
the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives his written 
declaration that no inability exists, he shall resume the powers and duties 
of his office unless the Vice President and a majority of either the principal 
officers of the executive department or of such other body as Congress 
may by law provide, transmit within four days to the President pro 
tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives 
their written declaration that the President is unable to discharge the 
powers and duties of his office. Thereupon Congress shall decide the issue, 
assembling within forty-eight hours for that purpose if not in session. If 
the Congress, within twenty-one days after receipt of the latter written 
declaration, or, if Congress is not in session, within twenty-one days after 
Congress is required to assemble, determines by two-thirds vote of both 
Houses that the President is unable to discharge the powers and duties of 
his office, the Vice President shall continue to discharge the same as Acting 
President; otherwise, the President shall resume the powers and duties of 
his office. 



ARTICLE XXVI. 17 

Section 1. The right of citizens of the United States, who are eighteen 
years of age or older, to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the 
United States or by any State on account of age. 

Section 2. The Congress shall have power to enforce this article by 
appropriate legislation. 

i "Proposed by Congress March 23. 1971. Ratified by this State March 23, 1971. 
Ratification consummated June 30, 1971 and announce by the Administrator of 
General Services of the United States, July 5. 1971. 

EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT (Pending) 

(Proposed by Congress on March 22. 1972; ratification completed, as of February 1. 
1979, by 35 states; a total of 38 states must ratify it for its adoption.) 

Section 1. Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or 
abridged by the United States or by any state on account of sex. 

Section 2. The Congress shall have the power to enforce, by appro- 
priate legislation, the provisions of this article. 

Section 3. This amendment shall take effect two years after the date 
of ratification. 



CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT 

PREAMBLE. 

The People of Connecticut acknowledging with gratitude, the good 
providence of God, in having permitted them to enjoy a free government; 
do, in order more effectually to define, secure, and perpetuate the liberties, 
rights and privileges which they have derived from their ancestors; hereby, 
after a careful consideration and revision, ordain and establish the following 
constitution and form of civil government. 

ARTICLE FIRST. 

DECLARATION OF RIGHTS. 

That the great and essential principles of liberty and free government 
may be recognized and established, 

WE DECLARE: 

Sec. 1. All men when they form a social compact, are equal in rights; 
and no man or set of men are entitled to exclusive public emoluments or 
privileges from the community. 

Sec. 2. All political power is inherent in the people, and all free 
governments are founded on their authority, and instituted for their 
benefit; and they have at all times an undeniable and indefeasible right to 
alter their form of government in such manner as they may think expedient. 

Sec. 3. The exercise and enjoyment of religious profession and worship, 
without discrimination, shall forever be free to all persons in the state; 
provided, that the right hereby declared and established, shall not be so 
construed as to excuse acts of licentiousness, or to justify practices incon- 
sistent with the peace and safety of the state. 

Sec. 4. Every citizen may freely speak, write and publish his sentiments 
on all subjects, being responsible for the abuse of that liberty. 

Sec. 5. No law shall ever be passed to curtail or restrain the liberty of 
speech or of the press. 

Sec. 6. In all prosecutions or indictments for libels, the truth may be 
given in evidence, and the jury shall have the right to determine the law 
and the facts, under the direction of the court. 

Sec. 7. The people shall be secure in their persons, houses, papers and 
possessions from unreasonable searches or seizures; and no warrant to 
search any place, or to seize any person or things, shall issue without 
describing them as nearly as may be, nor without probable cause supported 
by oath or affirmation. 

Sec. 8. In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall have a right to be 
heard by himself and by counsel; to be informed of the nature and cause 
of the accusation; to be confronted by the witnesses against him; to have 
compulsory process to obtain witnesses in his behalf; to be released on bail 
upon sufficient security, except in capital offenses, where the proof is 
evident or the presumption great; and in all prosecutions by indictment or 
information, to a speedy, public trial by an impartial jury. No person shall 
be compelled to give evidence against himself, nor be deprived of life, 
liberty or property without due process of law, nor shall excessive bail be 

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required nor excessive fines imposed. No person shall be held to answer 
for any crime, punishable by death or life imprisonment, unless on a 
presentment or an indictment of a grand jury, except in the armed forces, 
or in the militia when in actual service in time of war or public danger. 

Sec. 9. No person shall be arrested, detained or punished, except in 
cases clearly warranted by law. 

Sec. 10. All courts shall be open, and every person, for an injury done 
to him in his person, property or reputation, shall have remedy by due 
course of law, and right and justice administered without sale, denial or 
delay. 

Sec. 11. The property of no person shall be taken for public use, 
without just compensation therefor. 

Sec. 12. The privileges of the writ of habeas corpus shall not be 
suspended, unless, when in case of rebellion or invasion, the public safety 
may require it; nor in any case, but by the legislature. 

Sec. 13. No person shall be attainted of treason or felony, by the 
legislature. 

Sec. 14. The citizens have a right, in a peaceable manner, to assemble 
for their common good, and to apply to those invested with the powers of 
government, for redress of grievances, or other proper purposes, by petition, 
address or remonstrance. 

Sec. 15. Every citizen has a right to bear arms in defense of himself 
and the state. 

Sec. 16. The military shall, in all cases, and at all times, be in strict 
subordination to the civil power. 

Sec. 17. No soldier shall, in time of peace, be quartered in any house, 
without the consent of the owner; nor in time of war, but in a manner to 
be prescribed by law. 

Sec. 18. No hereditary emoluments, privileges or honors, shall ever be 
granted, or conferred in this state. 

Sec. 19. The right of trial by jury shall remain inviolate. 

(Sec. 19 amended in 1972. See Art. IV of Amendments, page 46.) 

Sec. 20. No person shall be denied the equal protection of the law nor 
be subjected to segregation or discrimination in the exercise or enjoyment 
of his civil or political rights because of religion, race, color, ancestry or 
national origin. 
(Sec. 20 amended in 1974. See Art. V of Amendments, page 46.) 

ARTICLE SECOND. 

OF THE DISTRIBUTION OF POWERS. 

The powers of government shall be divided into three distinct depart- 
ments, and each of them confided to a separate magistracy, to wit, those 
which are legislative, to one; those which are executive, to another; and 
those which are judicial, to another. 

ARTICLE THIRD. 

OF THE LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 

Sec. 1. The legislative power of the state shall be vested in two distinct 
houses or branches; the one to be styled the senate, the other the house of 
representatives, and both together the general assembly. The style of their 



32 CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT 

laws shall be: Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in 
General Assembly convened. 

Sec. 2. There shall be a regular session of the general assembly to 
commence on the Wednesday following the first Monday of the January 
next succeeding the election of its members, and at such other times as the 
general assembly shall judge necessary; but the person administering the 
office of governor may, on special emergencies, convene the general assem- 
bly at any other time. All regular and special sessions of the general 
assembly shall be held at Hartford, but the person administering the office 
of governor may, in case of special emergency, convene the assembly at 
any other place in the state. The general assembly shall adjourn each 
regular session not la,ter than the first Wednesday after the first Monday in 
June following its organization and shall adjourn each special session upon 
completion of its business. If any bill passed by any regular or special 
session or any appropriation item described in Section 16 of Article Fourth 
has been disapproved by the governor prior to its adjournment, and has 
not been reconsidered by the assembly, or is so disapproved after such 
adjournment, the secretary of the state shall reconvene the general assembly 
on the second Monday after the last day on which the governor is 
authorized to transmit or has transmitted every bill to the secretary with 
his objections pursuant to Section 15 of Article Fourth of this constitution, 
whichever occurs first; provided if such Monday falls on a legal holiday 
the general assembly shall be reconvened on the next following day. The 
reconvened session shall be for the sole purpose of reconsidering and, if 
the assembly so desires, repassing such bills. The general assembly shall 
adjourn sine die not later than three days following its reconvening. 
(Sec. 2 amended in 1970. See Art. Ill of Amendments, pages 45-46.) 

Sec. 3. The senate shall consist of not less than thirty and not more 
than fifty members, each of whom shall be an elector residing in the 
senatorial district from which he is elected. Each senatorial district shall be 
contiguous as to territory and shall elect no more than one senator. 
(Sec. 3 amended in 1970. See Art. II, Sec. 1 of Amendments, page 45.) 

Sec. 4. The house of representatives shall consist of not less than one 
hundred twenty-five and not more than two hundred twenty-five members, 
each of whom shall be an elector residing in the assembly district from 
which he is elected. Each assembly district shall be contiguous as to 
territory and shall elect no more than one representative. For the purpose 
of forming assembly districts no town shall be divided except for the 
purpose of forming assembly districts wholly within the town. 
(Sec. 4 amended in 1970. See Art. II, Sec. 2 of Amendments, page 45.) 

Sec. 5. The establishment of districts in the general assembly shall be 
consistent with federal constitutional standards. 

Sec. 6. a. The assembly and senatorial districts as now established by 
law shall continue until the regular session of the general assembly next 
after the completion of the next census of the United States. Such general 
assembly shall, upon roll call, by a yea vote of at least two-thirds of the 
membership of each house, enact such plan of districting as is necessary to 
preserve a proper apportionment of representation in accordance with the 
principles recited in this article. Thereafter the general assembly shall 
decennially at its next regular session following the completion of the 
census of the United States, upon roll call, by a yea vote of at least two- 
thirds of the membership of each house, enact such plan of districting as is 
necessary in accordance with the provisions of this article. 



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b. If the general assembly fails to enact a plan of districting by the first 
day of the April next following the completion of the decennial census of the 
United States, the governor shall forthwith appoint a commission consisting 
of the eight members designated by the president pro tempore of the 
senate, the speaker of the house of representatives, the minority leader of 
the senate and the minority leader of the house of representatives, each 
of whom shall designate two members of the commission, provided that 
there are members of no more than two political parties in either the 
senate or the house of representatives. In the event that there are members 
of more than two political parties in a house of the general assembly, all 
members of that house belonging to the parties other than that of the 
president pro tempore of the senate or the speaker of the house of 
representatives, as the case may be, shall select one of their number, who 
shall designate two members of the commission in lieu of the designation 
by the minority leader of that house. 

c. The commission shall proceed to consider the alteration of districts 
in accordance with the principles recited in this article and it shall submit a 
plan of districting to the secretary of the state by the first day of the July 
next succeeding the appointment of its members. No plan shall be submitted 
to the secretary unless it is certified by at least six members of the 
commission. Upon receiving such plan the secretary shall publish the same 
forthwith, and, upon publication, such plan of districting shall have the 
full force of law. 

d. If by the first day of the July next succeeding the appointment of its 
members the commission fails to submit a plan of districting, a board of 
three persons shall forthwith be empaneled. The speaker of the house of 
representatives and the minority leader of the house of representatives 
shall each designate, as one member of the board, a judge of the superior 
court of the state, provided that there are members of no more than two 
political parties in the house of representatives. In the event that there are 
members of more than two political parties in the house of representatives, 
all members belonging to the parties other than that of the speaker shall 
select one of their number, who shall then designate, as one member of the 
board, a judge of the superior court of the state, in lieu of the designation 
by the minority leader of the house of representatives. The two members 
of the board so designated shall select an elector of the state as the third 
member. 

e. The board shall proceed to consider the alteration of districts in 
accordance with the principles recited in this article and shall, by the first 
day of the October next succeeding its selection, submit a plan of districting 
to the secretary. No plan shall be submitted to the secretary unless it is 
certified by at least two members of the board. Upon receiving such plan, 
the secretary shall publish the same forthwith, and, upon publication, such 
plan of districting shall have the full force of law. 

(Sec. 6, subsections a through e, amended in 1976. See Art. XII of Amendments, 
pages 48-49.) 

Sec. 7. The treasurer, secretary of the state, and comptroller shall 
canvass publicly the votes for senators and representatives. The person in 
each senatorial district having the greatest number of votes for senator 
shall be declared to be duly elected for such district, and the person in each 
assembly district having the greatest number of votes for representative 
shall be declared to be duly elected for such district. The general assembly 



34 CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT 

shall provide by law the manner in which an equal and the greatest 
number of votes for two or more persons so voted for for senator or 
representative shall be resolved. The return of votes, and the result of the 
canvass, shall be submitted to the house of representatives and to the 
senate on the first day of the session of the general assembly. Each house 
shall be the final judge of the election returns and qualifications of its own 
members. 

Sec. 8. A general election for members of the general assembly shall be 
held on the Tuesday after the first Monday of November, biennially, in the 
even-numbered years. The general assembly shall have power to enact laws 
regulating and prescribing the order and manner of voting for such 
members, for filling vacancies in either the house of representatives or the 
senate, and providing for the election of representatives or senators at 
some time subsequent to the Tuesday after the first Monday of November 
in all cases when it shall so happen that the electors in any district shall 
fail on that day to elect a representative or senator. 

Sec. 9. At all elections for members of the general assembly the 
presiding officers in the several towns shall receive the votes of the electors, 
and count and declare them in open meeting. The presiding officers shall 
make and certify duplicate lists of the persons voted for, and of the 
number of votes for each. One list shall be delivered within three days to 
the town clerk, and within ten days after such meeting, the other shall be 
delivered under seal to the secretary of the state. 

Sec. 10. The members of the general assembly shall hold their offices 
from the Wednesday following the first Monday of the January next 
succeeding their election until the Wednesday after the first Monday of the 
third January next succeeding their election, and until their successors are 
duly qualified. 

Sec. 1 1 . No member of the general assembly shall, during the term for 
which he is elected, hold or accept any appointive position or office in the 
judicial or executive department of the state government, or in the courts 
of the political subdivisions of the state, or in the government of any 
county. No member of congress, no person holding any office under the 
authority of the United States and no person holding any office in the 
judicial or executive department of the state government or in the govern- 
ment of any county shall be a member of the general assembly during his 
continuance in such office. 

Sec. 12. The house of representatives, when assembled, shall choose a 
speaker, clerk and other officers. The senate shall choose a president pro 
tempore, clerk and other officers, except the president. A majority of each 
house shall constitute a quorum to do business; but a smaller number may 
adjourn from day to day, and compel the attendance of absent members in 
such manner and under such penalties as each house may prescribe. 

Sec. 13. Each house shall determine the rules of its own proceedings, 
and punish members for disorderly conduct, and, with the consent of two- 
thirds, expel a member, but not a second time for the same cause; and 
shall have all other powers necessary for a branch of the legislature of a 
free and independent state. 

Sec. 14. Each house shall keep a journal of its proceedings, and 
publish the same when required by one-fifth of its members, except such 



CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT 35 

parts as in the judgment of a majority require secrecy. The yeas and nays 
of the members of either house shall, at the desire of one-fifth of those 
present, be entered on the journals. 

Sec. 15. The senators and representatives shall, in all cases of civil 
process, be privileged from arrest, during any session of the general 
assembly, and for four days before the commencement and after the 
termination of any session thereof. And for any speech or debate in either 
house, they shall not be questioned in any other place. 

Sec. 16. The debates of each house shall be public, except on such 
occasions as in the opinion of the house may require secrecy. 

Sec. 17. The salary of the members of the general assembly and the 
transportation expenses of its members in the performance of their legisla- 
tive duties shall be determined by law. 

ARTICLE FOURTH. 

OF THE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 

Sec. 1. A general election for governor, lieutenant-governor, secretary 
of the state, treasurer and comptroller shall be held on the Tuesday after 
the first Monday of November, 1966, and quadrennially thereafter. 
(Sec. 1 amended in 1970. See Art. I of Amendments, page 45.) 

Sec. 2. Such officers shall hold their respective offices from the Wednes- 
day following the first Monday of the January next succeeding their 
election until the Wednesday following the first Monday of the fifth 
January succeeding their election and until their successors are duly quali- 
fied. 

Sec. 3. In the election of governor and lieutenant-governor, voting for 
such offices shall be as a unit. The name of no candidate for either office, 
nominated by a political party or by petition, shall appear on the voting 
machine ballot labels except in conjunction with the name of the candidate 
for the other office. 

Sec. 4. At the meetings of the electors in the respective towns held 
quadrennially as herein provided for the election of state officers, the 
presiding officers shall receive the votes and shall count and declare the 
same in the presence of the electors. The presiding officers shall make and 
certify duplicate lists of the persons voted for, and of the number of votes 
for each. One list shall be delivered within three days to the town clerk, 
and within ten days after such meeting, the other shall be delivered under 
seal to the secretary of the state. The votes so delivered shall be counted, 
canvassed and declared by the treasurer, secretary, and comptroller, within 
the month of November. The vote for treasurer shall be counted, canvassed 
and declared by the secretary and comptroller only; the vote for secretary 
shall be counted, canvassed and declared by the treasurer and comptroller 
only; and the vote for comptroller shall be counted, canvassed and declared 
by the treasurer and secretary only. A fair list of the persons and number 
of votes given for each, together with the returns of the presiding officers, 
shall be, by the treasurer, secretary and comptroller, made and laid before 
the general assembly, then next to be held, on the first day of the session 
thereof. In the election of governor, lieutenant-governor, secretary, treas- 
urer, comptroller and attorney general, the person found upon 'the count 
by the treasurer, secretary and comptroller in the manner herein provided, 
to be made and announced before December fifteenth of the year of the 



36 CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT 

election, to have received the greatest number of votes for each of such 
offices, respectively, shall be elected thereto; provided, if the election of 
any of them shall be contested as provided by statute, and if such a contest 
shall proceed to final judgment, the person found by the court to have re- 
ceived the greatest number of votes shall be elected. If two or more persons 
shall be found upon the count of the treasurer, secretary and comptroller 
to have received an equal and the greatest number of votes for any of said 
offices, and the election is not contested, the general assembly on the 
second day of its session shall hold a joint convention of both houses, at 
which, without debate, a ballot shall be taken to choose such officer from 
those persons who received such a vote; and the balloting shall continue 
on that or subsequent days until one of such persons is chosen by a 
majority vote of those present and voting. The general assembly shall have 
power to enact laws regulating and prescribing the order and manner of 
voting for such officers. The general assembly shall by law prescribe the 
manner in which all questions concerning the election of a governor or 
lieutenant-governor shall be determined. 

Sec. 5. The supreme executive power of the state shall be vested in the 
governor. No person who is not an elector of the state, and who has not 
arrived at the age of thirty years, shall be eligible. 

Sec. 6. The lieutenant-governor shall possess the same qualifications as 
are herein prescribed for the governor. 

Sec. 7. The compensations of the governor and lieutenant-governor 
shall be established by law, and shall not be varied so as to take effect until 
after an election, which shall next succeed the passage of the law establishing 
such compensations. 

Sec. 8. The governor shall be captain general of the militia of the state, 
except when called into the service of the United States. 

Sec. 9. He may require information in writing from the officers in the 
executive department, on any subject relating to the duties of their respec- 
tive offices. 

Sec. 10. The governor, in case of a disagreement between the two 
houses of the general assembly, respecting the time of adjournment, may 
adjourn them to such time as he shall think proper, not beyond the day of 
the next stated session. 

Sec. 11. He shall, from time to time, give to the general assembly, 
information of the state of the government, and recommend to their 
consideration such measures as he shall deem expedient. 

Sec. 12. He shall take care that the laws be faithfully executed. 

Sec. 13. The governor shall have power to grant reprieves after convic- 
tion, in all cases except those of impeachment, until the end of the next 
session of the general assembly, and no longer. 

Sec. 14. All commissions shall be in the name and by authority of the 
state of Connecticut; shall be sealed with the state seal, signed by the 
governor, and attested by the secretary of the state. 

Sec. 15. Each bill which shall have passed both houses of the general 
assembly shall be presented to the governor. Bills may be presented to the 
governor after the adjournment of the general assembly, and the general 



CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT 37 

assembly may prescribe the time and method of performing all ministerial 
acts necessary or incidental to the administration of this section. If the 
governor shall approve a bill, he shall sign and transmit it to the secretary 
of the state, but if he shall disapprove, he shall transmit it to the secretary 
with his objections, and the secretary shall thereupon return the bill with 
the governor's objections to the house in which it originated. After the 
objections shall have been entered on its journal, such house shall proceed 
to reconsider the bill. If, after such reconsideration, that house shall again 
pass it, but by the approval of at least two-thirds of its members, it shall 
be sent with the objections to the other house, which shall also reconsider 
it. If approved by at least two-thirds of the members of the second house, 
it shall be a law and be transmitted to the secretary; but in such case the 
votes of each house shall be determined by yeas and nays and the names of 
the members voting for and against the bill shall be entered on the journal 
of each house respectively. In case the governor shall not transmit the bill 
to the secretary, either with his approval or with his objections, within five 
calendar days, Sundays and legal holidays excepted, after the same shall 
have been presented to him, it shall be a law at the expiration of that 
period; except that, if the general assembly shall then have adjourned any 
regular or special session, the bill shall be a law unless the governor shall, 
within fifteen calendar days after the same has been presented to him, 
transmit it to the secretary with his objections, in which case it shall not be 
a law unless such bill is reconsidered and repassed by the general assembly 
by at least a two-thirds vote of the members of each house of the general 
asserhbly at the time of its reconvening. 

Sec. 16. The governor shall have power to disapprove of any item or 
items of any bill making appropriations of money embracing distinct items 
while at the same time approving the remainder of the bill, and the part or 
parts of the bill so approved shall become effective and the item or items 
of appropriations so disapproved shall not take effect unless the same are 
separately reconsidered and repassed in accordance with the rules and 
limitations prescribed for the passage of bills over the executive veto. In all 
cases in which the governor shall exercise the right of disapproval hereby 
conferred he shall append to the bill at the time of signing it a statement of 
the item or items disapproved, together with his reasons for such disap- 
proval, and transmit the bill and such appended statement to the secretary 
of the state. If the general assembly be then in session he shall forthwith 
cause a copy of such statement to be delivered to the house in which the 
bill originated for reconsideration of the disapproved items in conformity 
with the rules prescribed for legislative action in respect to bills which have 
received executive disapproval. 

Sec. 17. The lieutenant-governor shall by virtue of his office, be presi- 
dent of the senate, and have, when in committee of the whole, a right to 
debate, and when the senate is equally divided, to give the casting vote. 

Sec. 18. In case of the death, resignation, refusal to serve or removal 
from office of the governor, the lieutenant-governor shall, upon taking the 
oath of office of governor, be governor of the state until another is chosen 
at the next regular election for governor and is duly qualified. In case of 
the inability of the governor to exercise the powers and perform the duties 
of his office, or in case of his impeachment or of his absence from the 
state, the lieutenant-governor shall exercise the powers and authority and 



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perform the duties appertaining to the office of governor until the disability 
is removed or, if the governor has been impeached, he is acquitted or, if 
absent, he has returned. 

Sec. 19. If the lieutenant-governor succeeds to the office of governor, 
or if the lieutenant-governor dies, resigns, refuses to serve or is removed 
from office, the president pro tempore of the senate shall, upon taking the 
oath of office of lieutenant-governor, be lieutenant-governor of the state 
until another is chosen at the next regular election for lieutenant-governor 
and is duly qualified. Within fifteen days of the administration of such 
oath the senate, if the general assembly is in session, shall elect one of its 
members president pro tempore. In case of the inability of the lieutenant- 
governor to exercise the powers and perform the duties of his office or in 
case of his impeachment or absence from the state, the president pro 
tempore of the senate shall exercise the powers and authority and perform 
the duties appertaining to the office of lieutenant-governor until the dis- 
ability is removed or, if the lieutenant-governor has been impeached, he is 
acquitted or, if absent, he has returned. 

Sec. 20. If, while the general assembly is not in session, there is a 
vacancy in the office of president pro tempore of the senate, the secretary 
of the state shall within fifteen days convene the senate for the purpose of 
electing one of its members president pro tempore. 

Sec. 21. If, at the time fixed for the beginning of the term of the 
governor, the governor-elect shall have died or shall have failed to qualify, 
the lieutenant-governor-elect, after taking the oath of office of lieutenant- 
governor, may qualify as governor, and, upon so qualifying, shall become 
governor. The 'general assembly may by law provide for the case in which 
neither the governor-elect nor the lieutenant-governor-elect shall have 
qualified, by declaring who shall, in such event, act as governor or the 
manner in which the person who is so to act shall be selected, and such 
person shall act accordingly until a governor or a lieutenant-governor shall 
have qualified. 

Sec. 22. The treasurer shall receive all monies belonging to the state, 
and disburse the same only as he may be directed by law. He shall pay no 
warrant, or order for the disbursement of public money, until the same has 
been registered in the office of the comptroller. 

Sec. 23. The secretary of the state shall have the safe keeping and 
custody of the public records and documents, and particularly of the acts, 
resolutions and orders of the general assembly, and record the same; and 
perform all such duties as shall be prescribed by law. He shall be the 
keeper of the seal of the state, which shall not be altered. 

Sec. 24. The comptroller shall adjust and settle all public accounts and 
demands, except grants and orders of the general assembly. He shall 
prescribe the mode of keeping and rendering all public accounts. He shall, 
ex officio, be one of the auditors of the accounts of the treasurer. The 
general assembly may assign to him other duties in relation to his office, 
and to that of the treasurer, and shall prescribe the manner in which his 
duties shall be performed. 

Sec. 25. Sheriffs shall be elected in the several counties, on the Tuesday 
after the first Monday of November, 1966, and quadrennially thereafter, 



CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT 39 

for the term of four years, commencing on the first day of June following 
their election. They shall become bound with sufficient sureties to the 
treasurer of the state, for the faithful discharge of the duties of their office. 
They shall be removable by the general assembly. In case the sheriff of 
any county shall die or resign, or shall be removed from office by the 
general assembly, the governor may fill the vacancy occasioned thereby, 
until the same shall be filled by the general assembly. 

Sec. 26. A statement of all receipts, payments, funds, and debts of the 
state, shall be published from time to time, in such manner and at such 
periods, as shall be prescribed by law. 

ARTICLE FIFTH.* 

OF THE JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT. 

Sec. 1. The judicial power of the state shall be vested in a supreme 
court, a superior court, and such lower courts as the general assembly 
shall, from time to time, ordain and establish. The powers and jurisdiction 
of these courts shall be defined by law. 

Sec. 2. The judges of the supreme court and of the superior court 
shall, upon nomination by the governor, be appointed by the general 
assembly in such manner as shall by law be prescribed. They shall hold 
their offices for the term of eight years, but may be removed by impeach- 
ment. The governor shall also remove them on the address of two-thirds of 
each house of the general assembly. 

Sec. 3. Judges of the lower courts shall, upon nomination by the gover- 
nor, be appointed by the general assembly in such manner as shall by law 
be prescribed, for terms of four years. 

Sec. 4. Judges of probate shall be elected by the electors residing in 
their respective districts on the Tuesday after the first Monday of Novem- 
ber, 1966, and quadrennially thereafter, and shall hold office for four years 
from and after the Wednesday after the first Monday of the next succeeding 
January. 

Sec. 5. Justices of the peace for the several towns in the state shall be 
elected by the electors in such towns; and the time and manner of their 
election, the number for each town, the period for which they shall hold 
their offices and their jurisdiction shall be prescribed by law. 
(Sec. 5 repealed in 1974. See Art. VIII, Sec. 1 of Amendments, page 47.) 

Sec. 6. No judge or justice of the peace shall be eligible to hold his 
office after he shall arrive at the age of seventy years, except that a chief 
justice or judge of the supreme court, a judge of the superior court, or a 
judge of the court of common pleas, who has attained the age of seventy 
years and has become a state referee may exercise, as shall be prescribed 
by law, the powers of the superior court or court of common pleas on 
matters referred to him as a state referee. 
(Sec. 6 amended in 1974. See Art. VIII, Sec. 2 of Amendments, page 47.) 

ARTICLE SIXTH. T 

OF THE QUALIFICATIONS OF ELECTORS. 

Sec. 1. Every citizen of the United States who has attained the age of 
twentv-one years, who has resided in the town in which he offers himself to 
be admitted to the privileges of an elector at least six months next 
preceding the time he so offers himself, who is able to read in the English 

•(Art. Fifth amended in 1976. See Art. XI of Amendments, page 48.) 
t(Art. Sixth amended in 1976. See Art. X of Amendments, page 48.) 



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language any article of the constitution or any section of the statutes of the 
state, and who sustains a good moral character, shall, on his taking such 
oath as may be prescribed by law, be an elector. 
(Sec. 1 amended in 1976. See Art. IX of Amendments, page 47.) 

Sec. 2. The qualifications of electors as set forth in Section 1 of \his 
article shall be decided at such times and in such manner as may be 
prescribed by law. 

Sec. 3. The general assembly shall by law prescribe the offenses on 
conviction of which the privileges of an elector shall be forfeited and the 
conditions on which and methods by which such rights may be restored. 
(Sec. 3 amended in 1974. See Art. VII of Amendments, page 47.) 

Sec. 4. Laws shall be made to support the privilege of free suffrage, 
prescribing the manner of regulating and conducting meetings of the 
electors, and prohibiting, under adequate penalties, all undue influence 
therein, from power, bribery, tumult and other improper conduct. 

Sec. 5. In all elections of officers of the state, or members of the 
general assembly, the votes of the electors shall be by ballot, either written 
or printed, except that voting machines or other mechanical devices for 
voting may be used in all elections in the state, under such regulations as 
may be prescribed by law. The right of secret voting shall be preserved. At 
every election where candidates are listed by party designation and where 
voting machines or other mechanical devices are used, each elector shall be 
able at his option to vote for candidates for office under a single party 
designation by operating a straight ticket device, or to vote for candidates 
individually after first operating a straight ticket device, or to vote for 
candidates individually without first operating a straight ticket device. 

Sec. 6. At all elections of officers of the state, or members of the 
general assembly, the electors shall be privileged from arrest, during their 
attendance upon, and going to, and returning from the same, on any civil 
process. 

Sec. 7. The general assembly may provide by law for voting in the 
choice of any officer to be elected or upon any question to be voted on at 
an election by qualified voters of the state who are unable to appear at the 
polling place on the day of election because of absence from the city or 
town of which they are inhabitants or because of sickness or physical 
disability or because the tenets of their religion forbid secular activity. 

Sec. 8. The general assembly may provide by law for the admission as 
electors in absentia of members of the armed forces, the United States 
merchant marine, members of religious or welfare groups or agencies 
attached to and serving with the armed forces and civilian employees of 
the United States, and the spouses and dependents of such persons. 

Sec. 9. Any person admitted as an elector in any town shall, if he 
removes to another town, have the privileges of an elector in such other 
town after residing therein for six months. The general assembly shall 
prescribe by law the manner in which evidence of the admission of an 
elector and of the duration of his current residence shall be furnished to 
the town to which he removes. 

Sec. 10. Every elector shall be eligible to any office in the state, except 
in cases provided for in this constitution. 
(Sec. 10 amended in 1970. See Art. II, Sec. 3 of Amendments, page 45.) 



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ARTICLE SEVENTH. 

OF RELIGION. 

It being the right of all men to worship the Supreme Being, the Great 
Creator and Preserver of the Universe, and to render that worship in a 
mode consistent with the dictates of their consciences, no person shall by 
law be compelled to join or support, nor be classed or associated with, any 
congregation, church or religious association. No preference shall be given 
by law to any religious society or denomination in the state. Each shall 
have and enjoy the same and equal powers, rights and privileges, and may 
support and maintain the ministers or teachers of its society or denomina- 
tion, and may build and repair houses for public worship. 

ARTICLE EIGHTH. 

OF EDUCATION. 

Sec. 1. There shall always be free public elementary and secondary 
schools in the state. The general assembly shall implement this principle by 
appropriate legislation. 

Sec. 2. % The state shall maintain a system of higher education, including 
The University of Connecticut, which shall be dedicated to excellence in 
higher education. The general assembly shall determine the size, number, 
terms and method of appointment of the governing boards of The Univer- 
sity of Connecticut and of such constituent units or coordinating bodies in 
the system as from time to time may be established. 

Sec. 3. The charter of Yale College, as modified by agreement with the 
corporation thereof, in pursuance of an act of the general assembly, passed 
in May, 1792, is hereby confirmed. 

Sec. 4. The fund, called the SCHOOL FUND, shall remain a perpetual 
fund, the interest of which shall be inviolably appropriated to the support 
and encouragement of the public schools throughout the state, and for the 
equal benefit of all the people thereof. The value and amount of said fund 
shall be ascertained in such manner as the general assembly may prescribe, 
published, and recorded in the comptroller's office; and no law shall ever 
be made, authorizing such fund to be diverted to any other use than the 
encouragement and support of public schools, among the several school 
societies, as justice and equity shall require. 

ARTICLE NINTH. 

OF IMPEACHMENTS. 

Sec. 1. The house of representatives shall have the sole power of 
impeaching. 

Sec. 2. All impeachments shall be tried by the senate. When sitting for 
that purpose, they shall be on oath or affirmation. No person shall be 
convicted without the concurrence of at least two-thirds of the members 
present. When the governor is impeached, the chief justice shall preside. 

Sec. 3. The governor, and all other executive and judicial officers, shall 
be liable to. impeachment; but judgments in such cases shall not extend 
further thai} to removal from office, and disqualification to hold any office 
of honor, trust or profit under the state. The party convicted, shall, 
nevertheless, be liable and subject to indictment, trial and punishment 



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according to law. 

Sec. 4. Treason against the state shall consist only in levying war 
against it, or adhering to its enemies, giving them aid and comfort. No 
person shall be convicted of treason, unless on the testimony of at least 
two witnesses to the same overt act, or on confession in open court. No 
conviction of treason, or attainder, shall work corruption of blood, or 
forfeiture. 

ARTICLE TENTH. 

OF HOME RULE. 

Sec. 1. The general assembly shall by general law delegate such legisla- 
tive authority as from time to time it deems appropriate to towns, cities 
and boroughs relative to the powers, organization, and form of government 
of such political subdivisions. The general assembly shall from time to time 
by general law determine the maximum terms of office of the various town, 
city and borough elective offices. After July 1, 1969, the general assembly 
shall enact no special legislation relative to the powers, organization, terms 
of elective offices or form of government of any single town, city or 
borough, except as to (a) borrowing power, (b) validating acts, and (c) 
formation, consolidation or dissolution of any town, city or borough, 
unless in the delegation of legislative authority by general law the general 
assembly shall have failed to prescribe the powers necessary to effect the 
purpose of such special legislation. 

Sec. 2. The general assembly may prescribe the methods by which 
towns, cities and boroughs may establish regional governments and the 
methods by which towns, cities, boroughs and regional governments may 
enter into compacts. The general assembly shall prescribe the powers, 
organization, form, and method of dissolution of any government so 
established. 

ARTICLE ELEVENTH. 

GENERAL PROVISIONS. 

Sec. 1. Members of the general assembly, and all officers, executive 
and judicial, shall, before they enter on the duties of their respective 
offices, take the following oath or affirmation, to wit: 

You do solemnly swear (or affirm, as the case may be) that you will 
support the constitution of the United States, and the constitution of the 
state of Connecticut, so long as you continue a citizen thereof; and -that 
you will faithfully discharge, according to law, the duties of the office of 

to the best of your abilities. So help 

you God. 

Sec. 2. Neither the general assembly nor any county, city, borough, 
town or school district shall have power to pay or grant any extra 
compensation to any public officer, employee, agent or servant, or increase 
the compensation of any public officer or employee, to take effect during 
the continuance in office of any person whose salary might be increased 
thereby, or increase the pay or compensation of any public contractor 
above the amount specified in the contract. 

Sec. 3. In order to insure continuity in operation of state and local 
governments in a period of emergency resulting from disaster caused by 



CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT 43 

enemy attack, the general assembly shall provide by law lor the prompt 
and temporary succession to the powers and duties of all public offices, the 
incumbents of which may become unavailable for carrying on their powers 
and duties. 

Sec. 4. Claims against the state shall be resolved in such manner as 
may be provided by law. 

Sec. 5. The rights and duties of all corporations shall remain as if this 
constitution had not been adopted; with the exception of such regulations 
and restrictions as are contained in this constitution. All laws not contrary 
to, or inconsistent with, the provisions of this constitution shall remain in 
force, until they shall expire by their own limitation, or shall be altered or 
repealed by the general assembly, in pursuance of this constitution. The 
validity of all bonds, debts, contracts, as well of individuals as of bodies 
corporate, or the state, of all suits, actions, or rights of action, both in law 
and equity, shall continue as if no change had taken place. All officers 
filling any office by election or appointment shall continue to exercise the 
duties thereof, according to their respective commissions or appointments, 
until their offices shall have been abolished or their successors selected and 
qualified in accordance with this constitution or the laws enacted pursuant 
thereto. 

ARTICLE TWELFTH.* 

OF AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION. 

Amendments to this constitution may be proposed by any member of the 
senate or house of representatives. An amendment so proposed, approved 
upon roll call by a yea vote of at least a majority, but by less than three- 
fourths, of the total membership of each house, shall be published with the 
laws which may have been passed at the same session and be continued to 
the regular session of the general assembly elected at the general election 
to be held on the Tuesday after the first Monday of November in the next 
even-numbered year. An amendment so proposed, approved upon roll call 
by a yea vote of at least three-fourths of the total membership of each 
house, or any amendment which, having been continued from the previous 
general assembly, is again approved upon roll call by a yea vote of at least 
a majority of the total membership of each house, shall, by the secretary of 
the state, be transmitted to the town clerk in each town in the state, whose 
duty it shall be to present the same to the electors thereof for their 
consideration at the general election to be held on the Tuesday after the 
first Monday of November in the next even-numbered year. If it shall 
appear, in a manner to be provided by law, that a majority of the electors 
present and voting on such amendment at such election shall have approved 
such amendment, the same shall be valid, to all intents and purposes, as a 
part of this constitution. Electors voting by absentee ballot under the 
provisions of the statutes shall be considered to be present and voting. 
*(Art. Twelfth amended in 1974. See Art. VI of Amendments, pages 46-47.) 

ARTICLE THIRTEENTH. 

OF CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTIONS. 

Sec. 1. The general assembly may, upon roll call, by a yea vote of at 
least two-thirds of the total membership of each house, provide for the 
convening of a constitutional convention to amend or revise the constitution 



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of the state not earlier than ten years from the date of convening any prior 
convention. 

Sec. 2. The question "Shall there be a Constitutional Convention to 
amend or revise the Constitution of the State?" shall be submitted to all 
the electors of the state at the general election held on the Tuesday after 
the first Monday in November in the even-numbered year next succeeding 
the expiration of a period of twenty years from the date of convening of 
the last convention called to revise or amend the constitution of the state, 
including the Constitutional Convention of 1965, or next succeeding the 
expiration of a period of twenty years from the date of submission of such 
a question to all electors of the state, whichever date shall last occur. If a 
majority of the electors voting on the question shall signify "yes", the 
general assembly shall provide for such convention as provided in Section 
3 of this article. 

Sec. 3. In providing for the convening of a constitutional convention 
to amend or revise the constitution of the state the general assembly shall, 
upon roll call, by a yea vote of at least two-thirds of the total membership 
of each house, prescribe by law the manner of selection of the membership 
of such convention, the date of convening of such convention, which shall 
be not later than one year from the date of the roll call vote under Section 
1 of this article or one year from the date of the election under Section 2 of 
this article, as the case may be, and the date for final adjournment of such 
convention. 

Sec. 4. Proposals of any constitutional convention to amend or revise 
the constitution of the state shall be submitted to all the electors of the 
state not later than two months after final adjournment of the convention, 
either as a whole or in such parts and with such alternatives as the 
convention may determine. Any proposal of the convention to amend or 
revise the constitution of the state submitted to such electors in accordance 
with this section and approved by a majority of such electors voting on the 
question shall be valid, to all intents and purposes, as a part of this 
constitution. Such proposals when so approved shall take effect thirty days 
after the date of the vote thereon unless otherwise nrovided in the proposal. 

ARTICLE FOURTEENTH. 

OF THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS CONSTITUTION. 

This proposed constitution, submitted by the Constitutional Convention 
of 1965, shall become the constitution of the state of Connecticut upon 
approval by the people and proclamation by the governor as provided by 
law. 



Approved at referendum on December 14, 1965; proclaimed by the Governor as 
adopted on December 30, 1965. 



AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION 
OF THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT 

ARTICLE I. 

Section 1 of article fourth of the constitution is amended to read as 
follows: A general election for governor, lieutenant-governor, secretary of 
the state, treasurer, comptroller and attorney general shall be held on the 
Tuesday after the first Monday of November, 1974, and quadrennially 
thereafter. 

Adopted November 25, 1970. 

ARTICLE II. 

Section 1. Section 3 of article third of the constitution is amended to 
read as follows: The senate shall consist of not less than thirty and not 
more than fifty members, each of whom shall have attained the age of 
twenty-one years and be an elector residing in the senatorial district from 
which he is elected. Each senatorial district shall be contiguous as to terri- 
tory and shall elect no more than one senator. 

Sec. 2. Section 4 of said article third is amended to read as follows: 
The house of representatives shall consist of not less than one hundred 
twenty-five and not more than two hundred twenty-five members, each of 
whom shall have attained the age of twenty-one years and be an elector 
residing in the assembly district from which he is elected. Each assembly 
district shall be contiguous as to territory and shall elect no more than one 
representative. For the purpose of forming assembly districts no town 
shall be divided except for the purpose of forming assembly districts 
wholly within the town. 

Sec. 3. Section 10 of article sixth of the constitution is amended to 
read as follows: Every elector who has attained the age of twenty-one 
years shall be eligible to any office in the state, but no person who has not 
attained the age of twenty-one shall be eligible therefor, except in cases 
provided for in this constitution. 

Adopted November 25, 1970. 

ARTICLE III. 

Section 2 of article third of the constitution is amended to read as fol- 
lows: There shall be a regular session of the general assembly on the 
Wednesday following the first Monday of January in the odd-numbered 
years and on the Wednesday following the first Monday of February in 
the even-numbered years, and at such other times as the general assembly 
shall judge necessary; but the person administering the office of governor 
may, on special emergencies, convene the general assembly at any other 
time. All regular and special sessions of the general assembly shall be held 
at Hartford, but the person administering the office of governor may, in 



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case of special emergency, convene the assembly at any other place in the 
state. The general assembly shall adjourn each regular session in the odd- 
numbered years not later than the first Wednesday after the first Monday 
in June and in the even-numbered years not later than the first Wednesday 
after the first Monday in May and shall adjourn each special session upon 
completion of its business. If any bill passed by any regular or special 
session or any appropriation item described in Section 16 of Article 
Fourth has been disapproved by the governor prior to its adjournment, 
and has not been reconsidered by the assembly, or is so disapproved after 
such adjournment, the secretary of the state shall reconvene the general 
assembly on the second Monday after the last day on which the governor 
is authorized to transmit or has transmitted every bill to the secretary with 
his objections pursuant to Section 15 of Article Fourth of this constitu- 
tion, whichever occurs first; provided if such Monday falls on a legal 
holiday the general assembly shall be reconvened on the next following 
day. The reconvened session shall be for the sole purpose of reconsidering 
and, if the assembly so desires, repassing such bills. The general assembly 
shall adjourn sine die not later than three days following its reconvening. 
In the even year session the general assembly shall consider no business 
other than budgetary, revenue and financial matters, bills and resolutions 
raised by committees of the general assembly and those matters certified 
in writing by the speaker of the house of representatives and president 
pro tempore of the senate to be of an emergency nature. 

Adopted November 25, 1970. 

ARTICLE IV. 

Section 19 of article first of the constitution is amended to read as 
follows: The right of trial by jury shall remain inviolate, the number of 
such jurors, which shall not be less than six, to be established by law; 
but no person shall, for a capital offense, be tried by a jury of less than 
twelve jurors without his consent. In all civil and criminal actions tried 
by a jury, the parties shall have the right to challenge jurors peremp- 
torily, the number of such challenges to be established by law. The right 
to question each juror individually by counsel shall be inviolate. 

Adopted December 22, 1972. 

ARTICLE V. 

Section 20 of article first of the constitution is amended to read as 
follows: No person shall be denied the equal protection of the law nor 
be subjected to segregation or discrimination in the exercise or enjoy- 
ment of his or her civil or political rights because of religion, race, color, 
ancestry, national origin or sex. 
Adopted November 27, 1974. 

ARTICLE VI. 

Article Twelfth of the constitution is amended to read as follows: 
Amendments to this constitution may be proposed by any member of the 
senate or house of representatives. An amendment so proposed, approved 



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upon roll call by a yea vote of at least a majority, but by less than three- 
fourths, of the total membership of each house, shall be published with 
the laws which may have been passed at the same session and be con- 
tinued to the regular session of the general assembly elected at the next 
general election to be held on the Tuesday after the first Monday of 
November in an even-numbered year. An amendment so proposed, ap- 
proved upon roll call by a yea vote of at least three-fourths of the total 
membership of each house, or any amendment which, having been con- 
tinued from the previous general assembly, is again approved upon roll 
call by a yea vote of at least a majority of the total membership of each 
house, shall, by the secretary of the state, be transmitted to the town 
clerk in each town in the state, whose duty it shall be to present the same 
to the electors thereof for their consideration at the next general election 
to be held on the Tuesday after the first Monday of November in an 
even-numbered year. If it shall appear, in a manner to be provided by 
law, that a majority of the electors present and voting on such amend- 
ment at such election shall have approved such amendment, the same 
shall be valid, to all intents and purposes, as a part of this constitution. 
Electors voting by absentee ballot under the provisions of the statutes 
shall be considered to be present and voting. 
Adopted November 27, 1974. 

ARTICLE VII. 

Section 3 of article sixth of the constitution is amended to read as 
follows: The general assembly shall by law prescribe the offenses on con- 
viction of which the right to be an elector and the privileges of an elector 
shall be forfeited and the conditions on which and methods by which 
such rights may be restored. 
Adopted November 27, 1974. 

ARTICLE VIII. 

Section 1. Section 5 of article fifth of the constitution is repealed. 

Sec. 2. Section 6 of said article fifth is amended to read as follows: 
No judge shall be eligible to hold his office after he shall arrive at the 
age of seventy years, except that a chief justice or judge of the supreme 
court, a judge of the superior court, or a judge of the court of common 
pleas, who has attained the age of seventy years and has become a state 
referee may exercise, as shall be prescribed by law, the powers of the 
superior court or court of common pleas on matters referred to him as 
a state referee. 

Adopted November 27, 1974. 

ARTICLE IX. 

Section 1 of article sixth of the constitution is amended to read as follows: 
Every citizen of the United States who has attained the age of eighteen 
years, who is a bona fide resident of the town in which he seeks to be admit- 
ted as an elector and who takes such oath, if any, as may be prescribed by 
law, shall be qualified to be an elector. 
Adopted November 24, 1976. 



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ARTICLE X. 

Article sixth of the constitution is amended by adding the following sec- 
tion: 

Sec. 1 1 . Any citizen who will have attained the age of eighteen years on 
or before the day of a regular election may apply for admission as an 
elector within the period of four months prior to such election, at such 
times and in such manner as may be prescribed by law, and, if qualified, 
shall become an elector on the day of his or her eighteenth birthday. 
Adopted November 24, 1976. 

ARTICLE XL 

Article fifth of the constitution is amended by adding a new section to 
read as follows: 

Sec. 7. In addition to removal by impeachment and removal by the 
governor on the address of two-thirds of each house of the general as- 
sembly, judges of all courts, except those courts to which judges are elected, 
may, in such manner as shall by law be prescribed, be removed or suspend- 
ed by the supreme court. The general assembly may establish a judicial re- 
view council which may also, in such manner as shall by law be prescribed, 
censure any such judge or suspend any such judge for a definite period not 
longer than one year. 

Adopted November 24, 1976. 

ARTICLE XII. 

Section 6 of article third of the constitution is amended to read as follows: 
Sec. 6. a. The assembly and senatorial districts as now established by 
law shall continue until the regular session of the general assembly next 
after the completion of the next census of the United States. On or before 
the fifteenth day of February next following the completion of the decen- 
nial census of the United States, the general assembly shall appoint a re- 
apportionment committee consisting of four members of the senate, two 
who shall be designated by the president pro tempore of the senate and two 
who shall be designated by the minority leader of the senate, and four 
members of the house of representatives, two who shall be designated by 
the speaker of the house of representatives and two who shall be designated 
by the minority leader of the house of representatives, provided there are 
members of no more than two political parties in either the senate or the 
house of representatives. In the event that there are members of more than 
two political parties in a house of the general assembly, all members of that 
house belonging to the parties other than that of the president pro tempore 
of the senate or the speaker of the house of representatives, as the case may 
be, shall select one of their number, who shall designate two members of 
the commission in lieu of the designation by the minority leader of that 
house. Such committee shall advise the general assembly on matters of ap- 
portionment. Such general assembly shall upon roll call, by a yea vote of 
at least two-thirds of the membership of each house, enact such plan of dis- 
tricting as is necessary to preserve a proper apportionment of representa- 
tion in accordance with the principles recited in this article. Thereafter the 
general assembly shall decennially at its next regular session following the 
completion of the census of the United States, upon roll call, by a yea vote 



AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT 49 

of at least two-thirds of the membership of each house, enact such plan of 
districting as is necessary in accordance with the provisions of this article. 

b. If the general assembly fails to enact a plan of districting by the fif- 
teenth day of the May next following the completion of the decennial cen- 
sus of the United States, the governor shall forthwith appoint a commission 
designated by the president pro tempore of the senate, the speaker of the 
house of representatives, the minority leader of the senate and the minority 
leader of the house of representatives, each of whom shall designate two 
members of the commission, provided that there are members of no more 
than two political parties in either the senate or the house of representa- 
tives. In the event that there are members of more than two political parties 
in a house of the general assembly, all members of that house belonging to 
the parties other than that of the president pro tempore of the senate or 
the speaker of the house of representatives, as the case may be, shall select 
one of their number, who shall designate two members of the commission 
in lieu of the designation by the minority leader of that house. The eight 
members of the commission so designated shall within fifteen days select 
an elector of the state as a ninth member. 

c. The commission shall proceed to consider the alteration of districts in 
accordance with the principles recited in this article and it shall submit a 
plan of districting to the secretary of the state by the first day of the Sep- 
tember next succeeding the appointment of its members. No plan shall be 
submitted to the secretary unless it is certified by at least five members of 
the commission. Upon receiving such plan the secretary shall publish the 
same forthwith, and, upon publication, such plan of districting shall have 
the full force of law. If the commission shall fail to submit such a plan by 
the first day of September, the secretary of the state shall forthwith so 
notify the chief justice of the supreme court. 

d. Original jurisdiction is vested in the supreme court to be exercised on 
the petition of any registered voter whereby said court may compel the 
commission, by mandamus or otherwise, to perform its duty or to correct 
any error made in its plan of districting, or said court may take such other 
action to effectuate the purposes of this article, including the establishing of 
a plan of districting if the commission fails to file its plan of districting by 
the first day of September as said court may deem appropriate. Any such 
petition shall be filed within forty-five days of the date specified for any 
duty or within forty-five days after the filing of a plan of districting. The 
supreme court shall render its decision not later than sixty days following 
the filing of such petition or shall file its plan with the secretary of the state 
not later than the fifteenth day of December next following the completion 
of the decennial census of the United States. Upon receiving such plan the 
secretary shall publish the same forthwith, and, upon publication, such plan 
of districting shall have the full force of law. 

Adopted November 24, 1976. 



HISTORICAL ANTECEDENTS 



THE FIRST CONSTITUTION OF CONNECTICUT 

The "Fundamental Orders," 1638-9. 
"Voted" January 14, 1638, the Fundamental Orders were the beginning 
of Connecticut as a commonwealth. Their spirit was that of a sermon preached 
by the Rev. Thomas Hooker a short time before their adoption, in the course 
of which he laid down the proposition "The foundation of authority is laid in 
the free consent of the people," and which he closed with the challenge: "As 
God has given us liberty let us take it." They recognized no allegiance on the 
part of the colonists to England but in effect set up an independent govern- 
ment. In the sense that they were intended to be a framework of government 
more permanent than the usual orders adopted by the General Court, they 
were in essence a constitution. The historian John Fiske was justified in his 
statement that this instrument was "the first written constitution known to 
history that created a government and it marked the beginning of American 
democracy." While in 1662 the Fundamental Orders were in a sense superseded 
by the charter, that document, drawn up in the colony and taken to England by 
its representative, was never regarded by the colonists as the source of their 
government, but as a protection for and guaranty of the government they had 
already set up for themselves. So it was that for forty years after the inde- 
pendence of this nation, Connecticut could still carry on its government under 
the charter. And so it is that this commonwealth has preserved a continuity of 
development beyond that of almost any other state or nation in the world. 

By: William M. Maltbie 

Forasmuch as it hath pleased the Almighty God by the wise disposition 
of his divine providence so to order and dispose of things that we the 
Inhabitants and Residents of Windsor, Hartford, and Wethersfield are 
now cohabiting and dwelling in and upon the River of Connectecotte and 
the lands thereunto adjoining; and well knowing where a people are 
gathered together the word of God requires that to maintain the peace and 
union of such a people there should be an orderly and decent Government 
established according to God, to order and dispose of the affairs of the 
people at all seasons as occasion shall require; do therefore associate and 
conjoin ourselves to be as one Public State or Commonwealth; and do for 
ourselves and our Successors and such as shall be adjoined to us at any 
time hereafter, enter into Combination and Confederation together, to 
maintain and preserve the liberty and purity of the Gospel of our Lord 
Jesus which we now profess, as also the discipline of the Churches, which 
according to the truth of the said Gospel is now practiced amongst us; as 
also in our Civil affairs to be guided and governed according to such Laws, 
Rules, Orders, and Decrees as shall be made, ordered, and decreed as 
followeth: — 

1. It is Ordered, sentenced, and decreed, that there shall be yearly two 
General Assemblies or Courts, the one the second Thursday in April, the 
other the second Thursday in September following; the first shall be called 
the Court of Election, wherein shall be yearly chosen from time to time so 
many Magistrates and other public Officers as shall be found requisite: 

(50) 



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Whereof one to be chosen Governor for the year ensuing and until another 
be chosen, and no other Magistrate to be chosen for more than one year: 
provided always there be six chosen besides the Governor, which being 
chosen and sworn according to an Oath recorded for that purpose, shall 
have power to administer justice according to the Laws here established, 
and for want thereof, according to the rule of the Word of God; which 
choice shall be made by all that are admitted freemen and have taken the 
Oath of Fidelity, and do cohabit within this Jurisdiction (*Having been 
admitted Inhabitants by the major part of the Town wherein they live) or 
the major part of such as shall be then present. 

2. It is Ordered, sentenced, and decreed, that the Election of the 
aforesaid Magistrates shall be on this manner: every person present and 
qualified for choice shall bring in (to the persons deputed to receive them) 
one single paper with the name of him written in it whom he desires to 
have Governor, and he that hath the greatest number of papers shall be 
Governor for that year. And the rest of the Magistrates or public officers 
to be chosen in this manner: the Secretary for the time being shall first 
read the names of all that are to be put to choice and then shall severally 
nominate them distinctly, and every one that would have the person 
nominated to be chosen shall bring in one single paper written upon, and 
he that would not have him chosen shall bring in a blank; and every one 
that hath more written papers than blanks shall be a Magistrate for that 
year; which papers shall be received and told by one or more that shall be 
then chosen by the court and sworn to be faithful therein; but in case there 
should not be six chosen as aforesaid, besides the Governor, out of those 
which are nominated, then he or they which have the most written papers 
shall be a Magistrate or Magistrates for the ensuing year, to make up the 
aforesaid number. 

3. It is Ordered, sentenced, and decreed, that the Secretary shall not 
nominate any person, nor shall any person be chosen newly into the 
Magistracy which was not propounded in some General Court before, to 
be nominated the next Election; and to that end it shall be lawful for each 
of the Towns aforesaid by their deputies to nominate any two whom they 
conceive fit to be put to election; and the Court may add so many more as 
they judge requisite. 

4. It is Ordered, sentenced, and decreed, that no person be chosen 
Governor above once in two years, and that the Governor be always a 
member of some approved congregation, and formerly of the Magistracy 
within this Jurisdiction; and all the Magistrates, Freemen of this Common- 
wealth; and that no Magistrate or other public officer shall execute any 
part of his or their office before they are severally sworn, which shall be 
done in the face of the court if they be present, and in case of absence by 
some deputed for that purpose. 

5. It is Ordered, sentenced, and decreed, that to the aforesaid Court of 
Election the several Towns shall send their deputies, and when the Elections 
are ended they may proceed in any public service as at other Courts. Also 
the other General Court in September shall be for making of laws, and any 
other public occasion, which concerns the good of the Commonwealth. 

♦This clause was interlined in a different handwriting, and is of a later date. It was 
adopted by the General Court of November, 1643. 



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6. It is Ordered, sentenced, and decreed, that the Governor shall, either 
by himself or by the Secretary, send out summons to the Constables of 
every Town for the calling of these two standing Courts one month at least 
before their several times: And also if the Governor and the greatest part 
of the Magistrates see cause upon any special occasion to call a General 
Court, they may give order to the Secretary so to do within fourteen days' 
warning: and if urgent necessity so required, upon a shorter notice, giving 
sufficient grounds for it to the deputies when they meet, or else be 
questioned for the same; And if the Governor and major part of Magistrates 
shall either neglect or refuse to call the two General standing Courts or 
either of them, as also at other times when the occasions of the Common- 
wealth require, the Freemen thereof, or the major part of them, shall 
petition to them so to do; if then it be either denied or neglected, the said 
Freemen, or the major part of them, shall have power to give order to the 
Constables of the several Towns to do the same, and so may meet together, 
and choose to themselves a Moderator, and may proceed to do any act of 
power which any other General Courts may. 

7. It is Ordered, sentenced, and decreed, that after there are warrants 
given out for any of the said General Courts, the Constable or Constables 
of each Town, shall forthwith give notice distinctly to the inhabitants of 
the same, in some public assembly or by going or sending from house to 
house, that at a place and time by him or them limited and set, they meet 
and assemble themselves together to elect and choose certain deputies to 
be at the General Court then following to agitate the affairs of the 
Commonwealth; which said deputies shall be chosen by all that are 
admitted Inhabitants in the several Towns and have taken the oath of 
fidelity; provided that none be chosen a Deputy for any General Court 
which is not a Freeman of this Commonwealth. 

The aforesaid deputies shall be chosen in manner following: every 
person that is present and qualified as before expressed, shall bring the 
names of such, written in several papers, as they desire to have chosen for 
that employment, and these three or four, more or less, being the number 
agreed on to be chosen for that time, that have greatest number of papers 
written for them shall be deputies for that Court; whose names shall be 
endorsed on the back side of the warrant and returned into the Court, with 
the constable or constables' hand unto the same. 

8. It is Ordered, sentenced, and decreed, that Windsor, Hartford, and 
Wethersfield shall have power, each Town, to send four of their Freemen 
as their deputies to every General Court; and Whatsoever other Town 
shall be hereafter added to this Jurisdiction, they shall send so many 
deputies as the Court shall judge meet, a reasonable proportion to the 
number of Freemen that are in the said Towns being to be attended 
therein; which deputies shall have the power of the whole Town to give 
their votes and allowance to all such laws and orders as may be for the 
public good, and unto which the said Towns are to be bound. 

9. It is Ordered and decreed, that the deputies thus chosen shall have 
power and liberty to appoint a time and a place of meeting together before 
any General Court, to advise and consult of all such things as may concern 
the good of the public, as also to examine their own Elections, whether 
according to the order, and if they or the greatest part of them find any 



CHARTER OF THE COLONY OF CONNECTICUT 53 

election to be illegal they may seclude such for present from their meeting, 
and return the same and their reasons to the Court; and if it prove true, 
the Court may fine the party or parties so intruding, and the Town, if they 
see cause, and give out a warrant to go to a new election in a legal way, 
either in part or in whole. Also the said deputies shall have power to fine 
any that shall be disorderly at their meetings, or for not coming in due 
time or place according to appointment; and they may return the said fines 
into the Court if it be refused to be paid, and the Treasurer to take notice 
of it, and to escheat or levy the same as he does other fines. 

10. It is Ordered, sentenced, and decreed, that every General Court, 
except such as through neglect of the Governor and the greatest part of 
Magistrates the Freemen themselves do call, shall consist of the Governor, 
or some one chosen to moderate the Court, and four other Magistrates at 
least, with the major part of the deputies of the several Towns legally 
chosen; and in case the Freemen, or major part of them, through neglect 
or refusal of the Governor and major part of the Magistrates, shall call a 
Court, it shall consist of the major part of Freemen that are present or 
their deputies, with a Moderator chosen by them: In which said General 
Courts shall consist the supreme power of the Commonwealth, and they 
only shall have power to make laws or repeal them, to grant levies, to 
afdmit of Freemen, dispose of lands undisposed of, to several Towns or 
persons, and also shall have power to call either Court or Magistrate or 
any other person whatsoever into question for any misdemeanor, and may 
for just causes displace or deal otherwise according to the nature of the 
offense; and also may deal in any other matter that concerns the good of 
this Commonwealth, except election of Magistrates, which shall be done 
by the whole body of Freemen. 

In which Court the Governor or Moderator shall have power to order 
the Court, to give liberty of speech, and silence unseasonable and disorderly 
speakings, to put all things to vote, and in case the vote be equal to have 
the casting voice. But none of these Courts shall be adjourned or dissolved 
without the consent of the major part of the Court. 

11. It is Ordered, sentenced, and decreed, that when any General 
Court upon the occasions of the Commonwealth have agreed upon any 
sum, or sums of money to be levied upon the several Towns within this 
Jurisdiction, that a committee be chosen to set out and appoint what shall 
be the proportion of every Town to pay of the said levy, provided the 
committee be made up of an equal number out of each Town. 

14th January 1638 the 11 Orders above said are voted. 



CHARTER OF THE COLONY OF CONNECTICUT, 1662 

Charles the Second, By the Grace of God, King of England, Scotland, 
France and Ireland, defender of the Faith, &c.;To all to whome theis 
presents shall come Greetinge: Whereas, by the severall Navigacons, 
discoveryes and susccessfull Plantacons of diverse of our loving Subjects of 
this our Realme of England, Severall Lands, Islands, Places, Colonies and 
Plantacons have byn obtayned and setled in that parte of the Continent of 
America called New England, and thereby the Trade and Comerce there 
hath byn of late yeares much increased, And Whereas, wee have byn 



54 CHARTER OF THE COLONY OF CONNECTICUT 

informed by the humble Peticon of our Trusty and welbeloved John 
Winthrop, John Mason, Samuell Willis, Henry Gierke, Mathew Allen, 
John Tappen, Nathan Gold, Richard Treate, Richard Lord, Henry Wooli- 
cott, John Talcott, Daniell Clerke, John Ogden, Thomas Wells, Obedias 
Brewen, John Clerke, Anthony Haukins, John Deming and Mathew Cam- 
feild, being Persons Principally interested in our Colony or Plantacon of 
Connecticut in New England, that the same Colony or the greatest parte 
thereof was purchased and obteyned for greate and valuable Consider- 
ations, And some other part thereof gained by Conquest and with much 
difficulty, and att the onely endeavours, expence and Charge of them and 
their Associates, and those vnder whome they Clayme, Subdued and 
improved, and thereby become a considerable enlargement and addicon of 
our Dominions and interest there. — NOW KNOW Yea, that in considera- 
cion thereof, and in regard the said Colony is remote from other the 
English Plantacons in the Places aforesaid, And to the end the Affaires and 
Business which shall from tyme to tyme happen or arise concerning the 
same may be duely Ordered and managed. Wee have thought fitt, and att 
the humble Peticon of the Persons aforesaid, and are graciously pleased to 
Create and Make them a Body Pollitique and Corporate, with the powers 
and Priviliges herein after menconed; And accordingly Our will and 
pleasure is, and of our especiall grace, certeine knowledge and meere 
mocon wee have Ordeyned, Constituted and Declared, And by theis 
presents, for vs, our heires and Successors, Doe Ordeine, Constitute and 
Declare That they, the said John Winthrop, John Mason, Samuell Willis, 
Henry Clerke, Mathew Allen, John Tappen, Nathan Gold, Richard Treate, 
Richard Lord, Henry Woollcot, John Talcot, Daniell Clerke, John Ogden, 
Thomas Wells, Obadiah Brewen, John Clerke, Anthony Hawkins, John 
Deming and Mathew Camfeild, and all such others as now are or hereafter 
shall bee Admitted and made free of the Company and Society of our 
Collony of Connecticut in America, shall from tyme to tyme and forever 
hereafter, bee one Body Corporate and Pollitique in fact and name, by the 
Name of Governour and Company of the English Collony of Connecticut 
in New England in America; And that by the same name they and their 
Successors shall and may have perpetuall Succession, and shall and mey 
bee Persons able and Capable in the law to Plead and bee Impleaded, to 
Answere and to be Answered vnto, to Defend and bee Defended in all and 
Singular, Suits, Causes, quarrelles, Matters, Accons and things of what 
kind or nature soever, And alsoe to have, take, possesse, acquire and 
purchase lands Tenements or hereditaments, or any goods or Chattells, 
and the same to, Lease, Graunt, Demise, Alien, bargaine, Sell and dispose 
of, as other our leige People of this our Realme of England, or any other 
Corporacon or Body Politique within the same may lawfully doe. And 
further, that the said Governour and Company, and their Successors 
shall and may for ever hereafter have a Comon Seale to serve and vse for 
all Causes, matters, things and affaires, whatsoever of them and their 
Successors, and the same Seale to alter, change, breake and make new 
from tyme to tyme att their wills and pleasures, as they shall thinke fitt. 
And further, wee will and Ordeine, and by theis presents for vs, our heires 
and Successors Doe Declare and appoint, that for the better ordering and 
manageing of the affaires and businesse of the said Company and their 
Successors, there shall be one Governour, one Deputy Governour and 



CHARTER OF THE COLONY OF CONNECTICUT 55 

Twelve Assistants to bee from tyme to tyme Constituted, Elected and 
Chosen out of the Freemen of the said Company for the tyme being, in 
such manner and forme as hereafter in these presents is expressed; which 
said Officers shall apply themselves to take care for the best disposeing and 
Ordering of the Generall business and affaires of and concerning the lands 
and hereditaments herein after menconed to bee graunted, and the Plan- 
tacon thereof and the Government of the People thereof. And for the 
better execucon of our Royall Pleasure herein, wee doe for vs, our heires 
and Successors, Assigne, name, Constitute and appoint the aforesaid John 
Winthrop to bee the first and present Governour of the said Company; 
And the said John Mason to bee the Deputy Governour; And the said 
Samuell Willis, Mathew Allen, Nathan Gold, Henry Clerke, Richard 
Treat, John Ogden, Thomas Tappen, John Talcott, Thomas Wells, Henry 
Woolcot, Richard Lord and Daniell Clerke to bee the Twelve present 
Assistants of the said Company; to contynue in the said severall Offices re- 
spectively, vntill the second Thursday which shall bee in the moneth of 
October now next comeing. and further, wee will, and by theis presents for 
vs, our heires and Successors Doe Ordaine and Graunt that the Governour 
of the said Company for the tyme being, or, in his absence by occasion of 
sicknes, or otherwise by his leave or permission, the Deputy Governour for 
the tyme being, shall and may from tyme to tyme vpon all occasions give 
Order for the assembling of the said Company and calling them together 
to Consult and advise of the businesse and Affairs of the said Company, 
And that for ever hereafter Twice in every yeare, (That is to say,) on every 
Second Thursday in October and on every Second Thursday in May, or 
oftener, in Case it shall bee requisite, The Assistants and freemen of the 
said Company, or such of them, (not exceeding twoe Persons from each 
Place, Towne or Citty) whoe shall bee from tyme to tyme therevnto 
Elected or deputed by the major parte of the freemen of the respective 
Townes, Cittyes and Places for which they shall bee soe elected or Deputed, 
shall have a generall meeting or Assembly, then and their to' Consult and 
advise in and about the Affaires And businesse of the said Company; And 
that the Governour, or in his absence the Deputy Governour of the said 
Company for the tyme being, and such of the Assistants and freemen of 
the said Company as shall be soe Elected or Deputed and bee present att 
such meeting or Assembly, or the greatest number of them, whereof the 
Governour or Deputy Governour and Six of the Assistants, at least, to bee 
Seaven, shall be called the Generall Assembly, and shall have full power 
and authority to alter and change their dayes and tymes of meeting or 
Generall Assemblies for Electing the Governour, Deputy Governour and 
Assistants or other Officers or any other Courts, Assemblies or meetings, 
and to Choose, Nominate and appoint such and soe many other Persons 
as they shall thinke ritt and shall bee willing to accept the same, to bee free 
of the said Company and Body Politique, and them into the same to 
Admitt and to Elect, and Constitute such Officers as they shall thinke fitt 
and requisite for the Ordering, Manageing and disposeing of the Affaires 
of the said Governour and Company and their Successors. And wee doe 
hereby for vs, our heires and Successors, Establish and Ordeine, that once 
in the yeare for ever hereafter, namely, the said Second Thursday in May, 
the Governour, Deputy Governour, and Assistants of the said Company 
and other Officers of the said Company, or such of them as the said 



56 CHARTER OF THE COLONY OF CONNECTICUT 

Generall Assembly shall thinke fitt, shall bee in the said Generall Court 
and Assembly to be held from that day or tyme, newly Chosen for the 
yeare ensuing, by such greater parte of the said Company for the tyme 
being then and there present. And if the Governour, Deputy Governour 
and Assistants by these presents appointed, or such as hereafter bee newly 
Chosen into their Roomes, or any of them, or any other the Officers to bee 
appointed for the said Company shall dye or bee removed from his or their 
severall Offices or Places before the said Generall day of Eleccon, whome 
wee doe hereby Declare for any misdemeanour or default to bee removeable 
by the Governour, Assistants and Company, or such greater part of them in 
any of the said publique Courts to be Assembled as is aforesaid, That then 
and in every such Case itt shall and may bee lawfull to and for the Gover- 
nour, Deputy Governour and Assistants and Company aforesaid, or such 
greater parte of them soe to bee Assembled as is aforesaid in any of their 
Assemblies, to proceede to a New Eleccon of one or more of their Company 
in the Roome or place, Roomes or Places of such Governour, Deputy 
Governour, Assistant or other Officer or Officers soe dyeing or removed, 
according to their discretions ; and immediately vpon and after such Eleccon 
or Eleccons made of such Governour, Deputy Governour, Assistant or 
Assistants, or any other Officer of the said Company in manner and forme, 
aforesaid, The Authority Office and Power before given to the former 
Governour, Deputy Governour or other Officer and Officers soe removed, in 
whose stead and Place new shall be chosen, shall as to him and them and 
every of them respectively cease and determine. Provided, alsoe, and our 
will and pleasure is, That as well such as are by theis presents appointed to 
bee the present Governour, Deputy Governour and Assistants of the said 
Company as those that shall succeed them, and all other Officers to bee ap- 
pointed and Chosen as aforesaid, shall, before they vndertake the Execucon 
of their said Offices and places respectively, take their severall and respective 
Corporall Oathes for the due and faithfull performance of their dutyes in 
their severall Offices and Places, before such Person or Persons as are by 
these Presents hereafter appoynted to take and receive the same; That is to 
say, the said John Winthrop, whoe is herein before nominated and appointed 
the present Governour of the said Company, shall take the said Oath before 
one or more of the Masters of our Court of Chancery for the tyme being, 
vnto which Master of Chancery wee doe, by theis presents, give full power 
and authority to administer the said Oath to the said John Winthrop 
accordingly. And the said John Mason, whoe is herein before nominated 
and appointed the present Deputy Governour of the said Company, shall 
take the said Oath before the said John Winthrop, or any twoe of the 
Assistants of the said Company, vnto whome wee doe by these presents, 
give full power and authority to Administer the said Oath to the said John 
Mason accordingly. And the said Samuell Willis, Henry Clerke, Mathew 
Allen, John Tappen, Nathan Gold, Richard Treate, Richard Lord, Henry 
Woolcott, John Talcott, Daniell Clerke, John Ogden and Thomas Welles, 
whoe are herein before Nominated and appointed the present Assistants of 
the said Company, shall take the Oath before the said John Winthrop and 
John Mason, or one of them, to whome wee doe hereby give full power 
and authority to Administer the same accordingly. And our further will 
and pleasure, is that all and every Governour or Deputy Governour to bee 
Elected and Chosen by vertue of theis presents, shall take the said Oath 



CHARTER OF THE COLONY OF CONNECTICUT 57 

before two or more of the Assistants of the said Company for the tyme 
being, vnto whom wee doe, by theis presents, give full power and authority 
to give and Administer the said Oath accordingly. And the said Assistants 
and every of them, and all and every other Officer or Officers to bee 
hereafter Chosen from tyme to tyme, to take the said Oath before the 
Governour or Deputy Governour for the tyme being, vnto which said 
Governour or Deputy Governour wee doe, by theis presents, give full 
power and authority to Administer the same accordingly. And further, 
of our more ample grace, certeine knowledge and meere mocon wee have 
given and Graunted, and by theis presents, for vs, our heires and Successors, 
doe give and Graunt vnto the said Governour and Company of the 
English Colony of Connecticut in New England in America, and to every 
Inhabitant there, and to every Person and Persons Trading thither, And to 
every such Person and Persons as are or shall bee free of the said Collony, 
full power and authority from tyme to tyme and att all tymes hereafter, to 
take, Ship, Transport and Carry away, for and towards the Plantacon and 
defence of the said Collony such of our loveing Subjects and Strangers as 
shall or will willingly accompany them in and to their said Collony and 
Plantacon: (Except such Person and Persons as are or shall bee therein 
restrayned by vs, our heires and Successors:) And alsoe to Ship and 
Transport all and all manner of goods, Chattells, Merchandizes and other 
things whatsoever that are or shall be vsefull or necessary for the Inhabit- 
ants of the said Collony and may lawfully bee Transported thither; 
Neverthe lesse, not to bee discharged of payment to vs, our heires and 
Successors, of the Dutyes, Customes and Subsidies which are or ought to 
bee paid or payable for the same. And further, Our will and pleasure is, 
and wee doe for vs, our heires and Successors, Ordeyne, Declare and 
Graunt vnto the said Governour and Company and their Successors, That 
all and every the Subjects of vs, our heires or Successors which shall goe to 
Inhabite within the said Colony, and every of their Children which shall 
happen to bee borne there or on the Sea in goeing thither or returneing 
from thence, shall have and enjoye all liberties and immunities of free and 
naturall Subjects within any the Dominions of vs, our heires or Successors, 
to all intents, Construccons and purposes whatsoever, as if they and every 
of them were borne within the Realme of England, And wee doe authorize 
and impower the Governour, or in his absence the Deputy Governour for 
the tyme being, to appointe two or more of the said assistants att any of 
their Courts or Assemblyes to bee held as aforesaid, to have power and 
authority to Administer the Oath of Supremacy and obedience to all and 
every Person and Persons which shall att any tyme or tymes hereafter goe 
or passe into the said Colony of Connecticutt, vnto which said Assistants 
soe to bee appointed as aforesaid, wee doe, by these presents, give full 
power and authority to Administer the said Oath accordingly. And wee 
doe further, of our especiall grace, certeine knowledge and meere mocon, 
give and Graunt vnto the said Governour and Company of the English 
Colony of Connecticutt in New England in America, and their Successors, 
that itt shall and may bee lawful to and for the Governour or Deputy 
Governour and such of the Assistants of the said Company for the tyme 
being as shall bee Assembled in any of the Generall Courts aforesaid, or in 
any Courts to be especially Sumoned or Assembled for that purpose, or 
the greater parte of them, whereof the Governour or Deputy Governour 



58 CHARTER OF THE COLONY OF CONNECTICUT 

and Six of the Assistants, to be all wayes Seaven, to Erect and make such 
Judicatories for the heareing and Determining of all Accons, Causes, 
matters and things happening within the said Colony or Plantacon and 
which shall bee in dispute and depending there, as they shall thinke fitt and 
convenient; And alsoe from tyme to tyme to Make, Ordaine and Establish 
All manner of wholesome and reasonable Lawes, Statutes, Ordinances, 
Direccons and Instruccons, not contrary to the laws of this Realme of 
England, as well for setling the formes and Ceremonies of Government and 
Magestracy fitt and necessary for the said Plantacon and the Inhabitants 
there as for naming and Stileing all sorts of Officers, both superior and 
inferior, which they shall find needfull for the Government and Plantacon 
of the said Colony, and the distinguishing and setting forth of the severall 
Dutyes, Powers and Lymitts of every such Office and Place, and the 
formes of such Oaths, not being contrary to the Laws and Statutes of this 
our Realme of England, to bee administered for the Execucon of the said 
severall Offices and Places; As alsoe for the disposeing and Ordering of the 
Eleccon of such of the said Officers as are to bee Annually Chosen, and of 
such others as shall succeed in case of death or removall, and Administering 
the said Oath to the new Elected Officers, and Graunting necessary 
Comissions, and for imposicon of lawfull Fines, Mulcts, Imprisonment or 
other Punishment vpon Offenders and Delinquents, according to the Course 
of other Corporacons within this our Kingdome of England, and the same 
Lawes, fines, Mulcts and Execucons to alter, change, revoke, adnull, 
release or Pardon, vnder their Comon Seale, As by the said Generall 
Assembly or the major part of them shall be thought fitt; And for the 
directing, ruleing and disposing of all other matters and things whereby 
our said people, Inhabitants there, may bee soe religiously, peaceably and 
civilly Governed as their good life and orderly Conversacon may wynn and 
invite the Natives of the Country to the knowledge and obedience of the 
onely true God and Saviour of mankind, and the Christian faith, which in 
our Royall intencons and the Adventurers free profession is the onely and 
principall end of this Plantacon; Willing, Commanding and requireing, 
and by these presents, for vs, our heires and Successors, Ordaineing and 
appointeing. That all such Lawes, Statutes and Ordinances, Instruccons, 
Imposicons, and Direccons as shall bee soe made by the Governour, 
Deputy Governour, and Assistants, as aforesaid, and published in writeing 
vnder their Comon Seale, shall carefully and duely bee observed, kept, 
performed and putt in execucon, according to the true intent and meaning 
of the same. And these our letters Patents, or the Duplicate or Exemplifi- 
cation thereof, shall bee to all and every such Officers, Superiors and 
inferiors, from tyme to tyme, for the Putting of the same Orders, Lawes, 
Statutes, Ordinances, Instruccons and Direccons in due Execucon, against 
vs, our heires and Successors, a sufficient warrant and discharge. And wee 
doe further, for vs, our heires and Successors, give and Graunt vnto the 
said Governor and Company and their Successors, by these presents, That 
itt shall and may bee lawfull to and for the chiefe Commanders, Governours 
and Officers of the said Company for the tyme being whoe shall bee 
resident in the parts of New England hereafter menconed, and others 
inhabitating there by their leave, admittance, appointment or direccon, 
from tyme to tyme and att all tymes hereafter, for their speciall defence 
and safety, to Assemble, Martiall, Array, and putt in Warlike posture the 



CHARTER OF THE COLONY OF CONNECTICUT 59 

Inhabitants of the said Colony, and to; Commissionate, Impower and 
authorize such Person or Persons as they shall thinke fitt to lead and Con- 
duct the said Inhabitants, and to encounter, expulse, repell and resist by 
force of Armes, as well by Sea as by land, And alsoe to kill, Slay and destroy, 
by all fitting wayes, enterprizes and meanes whatsoever, all and every such 
Person or Persons as shall at any tyme hereafter Attempt or enterprize the 
destruccon, Invasion, detriment or annoyance of the said Inhabitants or 
Plantacon, And to vse and exercise the Law Martiall, in such Cases onely 
as occasion shall require, And to take or surprize by all wayes and meanes 
whatsoever, all and every such Person and Persons, with their Shipps, 
Armour, Ammunicon, and other goods of such as shall in such hostile 
manner invade or attempt the defeating of the said Plantacon or the hurt 
of the said Company and Inhabitants; and vpon just Causes to invade and 
destroy the Natives or other Enemyes of the said Colony. Neverthelesse, 
Our Will and pleasure is, And wee doe hereby Declare vnto all Christian 
Kings, Princes and States, That if any Persons which shall hereafter Bee of 
the said Company or Plantacon, or any other, by appointment of the said 
Governor and Company for the tyme being, shall at any tyme or tymes 
hereafter Robb or Spoile by Sea or by land, and doe any hurt, violence or 
unlawful hostility to any of the Subjects of vs, our heires or Successors, or 
any of the Subjects of any Prince or State beinge then in league with vs, 
our heires or Successors, vpon Complaint of such injury done to any such 
Prince or State, or their Subjects wee, our heires and Successors, will make 
open Proclamacon within any parts of our Realme of England fitt for that 
purpose, That the Person or Persons committinge any such Robbery or 
Spoile, shall within the tyme lymitted by such Proclamacon, make full 
restitucon or satisfaccon of all such injuries done or committed, Soe as the 
said Prince or others soe complayneing may bee fully satisfied and con- 
tented. And if the said Person or Persons whoe shall committ any such 
Robbery or Spoile shall not make satisfaccon accordingly, within such 
tyme soe to bee limited, That then itt shall and may bee lawful for vs, our 
heires and Successors, to put such Person or Persons out of our Allegiance 
and Proteccon: And that it shall and may bee lawfull and free for all 
Princes or others to Prosecute with hostility such Offenders and every of 
them, their and every of their Procurers, ayders, Abettors and Councellors 
in that behalfe. Provided, alsoe, and our expresse will and pleasure is, And 
wee doe by these presents for vs, our heires and Successors, Ordeyne and 
appointe that these presents shall not in any manner hinder any of our 
loveing Subjects whatsoever to vse and exercise the Trade of Fishinge vpon 
the Coast of New England in America, but they and every or any of them 
shall have full and free power and liberty to contynue and vse the said 
Trade of Fishing upon the said Coast, in any of the Seas therevnto 
adioyning, or any Armes of the Seas or Salt Water Rivers where they have 
byn accustomed to Fish, and to build and sett vpon the wast land 
belonging to the said Colony of Connecticutt, such Wharfes, Stages and 
workehouses as shall bee necessary for the Salting, dryeing and keeping of 
their Fish to bee taken or gotten vpon that Coast, any thinge in these 
presents conteyend to the contrary notwithstanding. And knowe yee 
further, That Wee, of our more abundant grace, certaine knowledge and 
meere mocon have given, Graunted and Confirmed, And by theis presents 
for vs, our heires and Successors, Doe give, Graunt and Confirme vnto the 



60 CHARTER OF THE COLONY OF CONNECTICUT 

said Governor and Company and their Successors, All that parte of our 
Dominions in Newe England in America bounded on the East by Norro- 
gancett River, commonly called Norrogancett Bay, where the said River 
falleth into the Sea, and on the North by the lyne of the Massachusetts 
Plantacon, and on the South by the Sea, and in longitude as the lyne of the 
Massachusetts Colony, runinge from East to West, (that is to say,) from 
the Said Norrogancett Bay on the East to the South Sea on the West parte, 
with the Islands thervnto adioyneinge, Together with all firme lands, 
Soyles, Grounds, Havens, Ports, Rivers, Waters, Fishings, Mynes, Miner- 
als, Precious Stones, Quarries, and all and singular other Comodities, 
Iurisdiccons, Royalties, Priviledges, Francheses, Preheminences, and hered- 
itaments whatsoever within the said Tract, Bounds, lands and Islands 
aforesaid, or to them or any of them belonging. To have and to hold the 
same vnto the said Governor and Company, their Successors and Assignes, 
for ever vpon Trust and for the vse and benefitt of themselves and their 
Associates, freemen of the said Colony, their heires and Assignes, To bee 
holden of vs, our heires and Successors, as of our Mannor of East 
Greenewich, in Free and Common Soccage, and not in Capite nor by 
Knights Service, Yeilding and Payinge therefore to vs, our heires and 
Successors, onely the Fifth parte of all the Oare of Gold and Silver which 
from tyme to tyme and at all tymes hereafter shall bee there gotten, had or 
obteyned, in liew of all Services, Dutyes and Demaunds whatsoever, to bee 
to vs, our heires or Successors, therefore or thereout rendered, made or 
paid. And lastly, Wee doe for vs, our heires, and Successors, Graunt to 
the said Governor and Company and their Successors, by these presents, 
that these our Letters Patent shall bee firme, good and effectuall in the 
lawe to all intents, Construccons and purposes whatsoever, accordinge to 
our true intent and meaneing herein before Declared, as shall be Construed, 
reputed and adiudged most favourable on the behalfe and for the best 
benefitt and behoofe of the said Governor and Company and their Succes- 
sors, Although expresse mencon of the true yearely value or certeinty of 
the premises, or of any of them, or of any other Guifts or Graunts by vs or 
by any of our Progenitors or Predecessors heretofore made to the said 
Governor and Company of the English Colony of Connecticut in New 
England in America aforesaid in theis presents is not made, or any Statute, 
Act, Ordinance, Provision, Proclamacon or Restriccon heretofore had, 
made. Enacted, Ordeyned or Provided, or any other matter, Cause or 
thinge whatsoever to the contrary thereof in any wise notwithstanding. In 
witnes whereof, we have caused these our Letters to be made Patent; 
witnes our Selfe, att Westminister, the three and Twentieth day of Aprill, 
in the Fowerteenth yeare of our Reigne. 

By writt of Privy Seale HOWARD 



SELECTED IMPORTANT DATES IN 

CONNECTICUT'S HISTORY 

Prepared by the 

Connecticut Historical Commission 

1614 — Adriaen Block, representing the Dutch, sails up the Connecticut River. 

1633 — The Dutch erect a fort, the House of (Good) Hope, on the future site of Hartford. 

1633 — John Oldham and others explore and trade along the Connecticut River. Plymouth 

Colony sends William Holmes to found a trading post at Windsor. 
1634 — Wethersfield founded by people from Massachusetts. 
1635— Fort erected at Saybrook by Lion Gardiner. 

1635 — Group from Dorchester, Massachusetts join Windsor settlement. 
1636 — Thomas Hooker and company journey from Newtown (Cambridge), Massachusetts 

to found Hartford. 
1637 — Pequot War. Captain John Mason leads colonists to decisive victory. 
1638 — New Haven Colony established by John Davenport and Theophilus Eaton. 
1639 — Fundamental Orders of Connecticut adopted by Hartford, Wethersfield and Wind- 
sor; John Haynes chosen first governor. 
1643 — Connecticut joins in forming the New England Confederation. 
1646 — New London founded by John Winthrop, Jr. 

1650 — Code of laws drawn up by Roger Ludlow and adopted by legislature. 
1662 — John Winthrop, Jr. obtains a charter for Connecticut. 
1665 — Union of New Haven and Connecticut colonies completed. 

1665 — The first division of any Connecticut town — Lyme's separation from Saybrook. 
1675-76 — Connecticut participates in King Philip's War which was fought in Rhode 

Island and Massachusetts. 
1687 — Andros assumes rule over Connecticut; Charter Oak episode occurs. 
1689 — Connecticut resumes government under charter. 
1701 — Collegiate School authorized by General Assembly. 

1708 — Saybrook Platform, providing more centralized control of Established Congrega- 
tional Church, approved by General Assembly. 
1717 — New Haven State House erected on the Green. 

1717 — Collegiate School moves to New Haven; called Yale the next year. 
1740 — Manufacture of tinware begun at Berlin by Edward and William Pattison. 
1740's — Height of religious "Great Awakening." 

1745 — Connecticut troops under Roger Wolcott help capture Louisburg. 
1755 — Connecticut Gazette of New Haven, the Colony's first newspaper, printed by James 

Parker at New Haven. 
1763 — Brick State House erected on New Haven Green. 
1764 — Connecticut Courant, the oldest American newspaper in continuous existence to the 

present, launched at Hartford by Thomas Green. 
1765 — Sharp opposition to Stamp Act. 

1766 — Governor Thomas Fitch who supported Stamp Act defeated by William Pitkin. 
1767 — Thomas and Samuel Green launch newspaper which after many changes in name 

continues today as New Haven Journal-Courier. 
1774 — Connecticut officially extends jurisdiction over Susquehanna Company area in 

Northern Pennsylvania. 
1774 — Silas Deane, Eliphalet Dyer, and Roger Sherman represent Connecticut at First 

Continental Congress. 
1775 — Several thousand militia rush to Massachusetts in "Lexington Alarm." 
1775 — Connecticut men help plan and carry out seizure of Ft. Ticonderoga. 
1775 — Tapping Reeve begins legal instruction at Litchfield; out of this develops Litchfield 

Law School. 
1775 — First gun powder mill in Connecticut started in East Hartford. 
1776— Samuel Huntington, Roger Sherman, William Williams and Oliver Wolcott sign the 

Declaration of Independence; large majority of Connecticut people under Governor 

Jonathan Trumbull support the Declaration. 
1777 — British troops under General Tryon raid Danbury. 

1779 — British troops under General Tryon raid New Haven, Fairfield and Norwalk. 
1781 — Benedict Arnold's attack upon New London and Groton involves massacre at Ft. 

Griswold. 
1781 — Washington and Rochambeau confer at Webb House in Wethersfield. 
1783— Meeting of 10 Anglican clergy at Glebe House, Woodbury, leads to consecration of 

Bishop Samuel Seabury and beginning of Protestant Episcopal Church in United 

States. 

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62 dates in Connecticut's history 

1784— Earliest Connecticut cities incorporated — Hartford, Middletown, New Haven, New 

London and Norwich. 
1784 — Governor Trumbull retires from governorship. 
1784 — Connecticut relinquishes Westmoreland area to Pennsylvania. 
1784 — Act passed providing for emancipation of all Negroes at age of twenty-five. 
1787 — Oliver Ellsworth, William Samuel Johnson and Roger Sherman serve as Connecti- 
cut's representatives at Philadelphia Constitutional Convention. 
1788 — Convention at Hartford approves Federal Constitution by 128-40 vote. 
1789 — Oliver Ellsworth and William Samuel Johnson begin service as first United States 

Senators from Connecticut. 
1792 — First turnpike road company. New London to Norwich, incorporated. 
1792 — First banks established at Hartford, New London and New Haven. 
1793-96— Old State House, Hartford, erected; designed by Charles Bulfinch. 
1795 — Connecticut Western Reserve lands (now Northeastern Ohio) sold for $1,200,000 

with proceeds constituting the School Fund. 
1795 — First insurance company incorporated as the Mutual Assurance Company of the 

City of Norwich. 
1796 — Thomas Hubbard starts Courier at Norwich. In 1860 paper merges with the 

Morning Bulletin and continues as Norwich Bulletin to present. 
1799 — Eli Whitney procures his first Federal musket contract; within next decade develops 

a system of interchangeable parts, applicable to many industries. 
1802 — Brass industry begun at Waterbury by Abel Porter and associates. 
1807 — First important English dictionary in United States published by Noah Webster. 
1810 — Hartford Fire Insurance Company incorporated. 
1812 — Joseph Barber starts Columbian Register at New Haven. In 1911 combined with 

New Haven Register and continues as Register to present. 
1812-14 — War of 1812 unpopular in Connecticut; new manufactures, especially textiles, 

boom. 
1814 — Hartford Convention held in Old State House. 
1815 — First steamboat voyage up the Connecticut River to Hartford. 
1817 — Federalists defeated by reformers in political revolution. 
1817 — Thomas Gallaudet founds school for the deaf in Hartford. 
1817 — Hartford Times founded by Frederick D. Bolles and John M. Niles. 
1818 — New Constitution adopted by convention in Hartford and approved by voters; ends 

system of established church. 
1821 — Captain John Davis and Captain Amos Palmer leaders in Antarctic exploration. 
1823 — Washington College (now Trinity) founded in Hartford. 
1827 — "New" State House erected in New Haven; Ithiel Town, architect. 
1828 — Farmington Canal opened. 
1831 — Wesleyan University founded in Middletown. 
1831 — Mutual Insurance Company of Hartford founded. 

1832 — First Connecticut railroad incorporated as the Boston, Norwich and New London. 
1835 — Revolver patented by Colt. 
1835 — Music Vale Seminary, first American music school, founded at Salem by Oramel 

Whittlesey. 
1838 — Railroad completed between New Haven and Hartford. 
1840's and 1850's — Peak of whaling from Connecticut ports and especially from New 

London. 
1842 — Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, first public art museum, established. 
1843 — Charles Goodyear develops vulcanizing process for rubber. 
1843 — Civil rights of Jews protected through act guaranteeing equal privileges with 

Christians in forming religious societies. 
1844 — Dr. Horace Wells uses anesthesia at Hartford. 
1846 — Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company, the first life insurance company, 

chartered in Connecticut. 
1847 — First American agricultural experiment station — at Yale. 
1849— First teachers' college founded at New Britain (now Central Connecticut State 

College). 
1851 — Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance Company started (under another name) in Hartford. 
1853 — Aetna Life Insurance Company started in Hartford. 
1860 — Lincoln speaks in several Connecticut cities. 

1861-65— Approximately 55,000 men serve in Union Army; William Buckingham war- 
time governor. 
1864 — Travelers Insurance issues its first policy. 
1865 — Connecticut General Life Insurance Company founded. 
1868 — Land at Groton given by Connecticut to U.S. Navy for a naval station; in 

February, 1917 converted into a submarine base. 



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1875 — Hartford made sole capital city. 

1877 — First telephone exchange in world opened in New Haven. 

1879 — New Capitol building in Hartford completed, Richard Upjohn, architect. 

1881 — Storrs Agricultural College founded (became University of Connecticut in 1939). 

1890 — Disputed election causes Morgan Bulkeley to continue two extra years as gov- 
ernor (1891-93). 

1897 — Manufacture of automobiles begun by Pope Manufacturing Company of Hart- 
ford. 

1900 — First United States Navy submarine constructed by Electric Boat Co. 

1901 — First American state law regulating automobile speeds. 

1902 — Constitutional Convention held; proposed new constitution defeated in a state- 
wide referendum. 

1905 — General Assembly adopted public accommodations act ordering full and equal 
service in all places of public accommodation. 

1907 — The first Boy Scout Troop in Connecticut (Troop 1) was established in East 
Hartford. 

1910 — U.S. Coast Guard Academy moves to New London. 

1911 — Connecticut College for Women founded at New London. 

1917-18 — Approximately 67,000 Connecticut men serve in World War I. 

1932 — $t. Joseph College founded in West Hartford. 

1936 — Floods cause enormous damage in Connecticut River Valley. 

1938 — Hurricane and floods produce heavy loss of life and property. 

1938 — First section of Merritt Parkway opened. 

1939 — First section of Wilbur Cross Parkway opened. 

1941-45— Approximately 210,000 Connecticut men serve in World War II. 

1943 — General Assembly established Inter-Racial Commission, recognized as the na- 
tion's first statutory civil rights agency. 

1947 — Fair Employment Practices Act adopted outlawing job discrimination. 

1950-52 — Approximately 52,000 Connecticut men serve in Korean War. 

1954 — Nautilus, world's first atomic-powered submarine, launched at Groton. 

1955 — Serious floods cause heavy damage and loss of life. 

1955 — Shakespeare Memorial Theater opened at Stratford. 

1957 — University of Hartford founded. 

1957 — Ground broken for first building in New Haven's Oak Street redevelopment area. 

1958 — 129-mile Connecticut Turnpike opened. 

1959 — Assembly votes to abolish county government (effective 1960); also to abolish 
local justice courts and establish district courts. 

1960 — Ground broken for first building in Hartford's Front Street redevelopment area; 
now known as Constitution Plaza. 

1961 — New state circuit court system goes into effect. 

1964 — General Assembly creates six Congressional districts reasonably equal in popu- 
lation. 

1965 — Constitutional Convention held. New Constitution approved by voters. 

1966 — First elections held for reapportioned General Assembly under new Constitution. 

1972— Under constitutional amendment adopted in 1970, General Assembly held first 
annual session since 1886. 

1974 — Ella Grasso. first woman elected Governor 

1978 — Common pleas and juvenile courts become part of the superior court. 



PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES 



Year of 

qualifi- Name State Term of Office 



cation 



1789 George Washington Virginia 8 years 

1797 John Adams Massachusetts 4 years 

1801 Thomas Jefferson Virginia 8 years 

1809 James Madison Virginia 8 years 

1817 James Monroe Virginia 8 years 

1825 John Quincy Adams Massachusetts 4 years 

1829 Andrew Jackson Tennessee 8 years 

1837 Martin Van Buren New York 4 years 

1841 Wm. H. Harrison 1 Ohio 1 month 

1841 John Tyler Virginia 3 years 11 mos. 

1845 James Knox Polk Tennessee 4 years 

1849 Zachary Taylor 3 Louisiana 1 year 4 mos. 5 days 

1850 Millard Fillmore New York 2 years 7 mos. 26 days 

1853 Franklin Pierce New Hampshire. ... 4 years 

1857 James Buchanan Pennsylvania 4 years 

1861 Abraham Lincoln 8 Illinois 4 years 1 mo. 10 days 

1865 Andrew Johnson Tennessee 3 years 10 mos. 20 days 

1869 Ulysses S. Grant Illinois 8 years 

1877 Rutherford B. Hayes Ohio 4 years 

1881 James A. Garfield 4 Ohio 6 mos. 15 days 

1881 Chester A. Arthur New York 3 years 5 mos. 15 days 

1885 Grover Cleveland New York 4 years 

1889 Benjamin Harrison Indiana 4 years 

1893 Grover Cleveland New York 4 years 

1897 William McKinley 5 Ohio 4 years 6 mos. 9 days 

1901 Theodore Roosevelt New York 7 years 5 mos. 21 days 

1909 William H. Taft Ohio 4 years 

1913 Woodrow Wilson New Jersey 8 years 

1921 Warren G. Harding 6 Ohio 2 years 4 mos. 27 days 

1923 Calvin Coolidge Massachusetts 5 years 7 mos. 4 days 

1929 Herbert C. Hoover California 4 years 

1933 Franklin D. Roosevelt 7 New York 12 years 1 mo. 8 days 

1945 Harry S. Truman Missouri 7 years 9 mos. 9 days 

1953 Dwight D. Eisenhower Pennsylvania 8 years 

1961 John F. Kennedy 8 Massachusetts 2 years 10 mos. 2 days 

1963 Lyndon B. Johnson 9 Texas 5 years 1 mo. 29 days 

1969 Richard M. Nixon™ New York 5 years 6 mos. 20 days 

1974 Gerald R. Ford 11 Michigan 1 year 5 mos. 11 days 

1977 Jimmy Carter Georgia 

x Died in office, April 4, 1841, and was succeeded by Vice President Tyler. 

'Died in office, July 9, 1850, and was succeeded by Vice President Fillmore. 

'Assassinated April 14, 1865, and was succeeded by Vice President Johnson, April 
15, 1865. 

4 Died September 19, 1881, from wounds by assassin, and was succeeded by Vice 
President Arthur. 

5 Died September 14, 1901, from wounds by assassin, and was succeeded by Vice 
President Roosevelt. 

"Died in office, August 2, 1923, and was succeeded by Vice President Coolidge. 

'Died in office, April 12, 1945, and was succeeded by Vice President Truman. 

•Assassinated November 22, 1963, and was succeeded by Vice President Lyndon B. 
Johnson. 

•Acceded to the Presidency November 22, 1963; elected President on November 3, 
1964. 

lOElected November 5, 1968, reelected November 7, 1972; resigned on August 9, 
1974. 

n Acceded to the Presidency August 9, 1974. 

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VICE PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES 

Y ,ear of Name State 

qualification 

1789 John Adams Massachusetts 

1797 Thomas Jefferson Virginia 

1801 Aaron Burr New York 

1805 George Clinton 1 New York 

1813 Elbridge Gerry 2 Massachusetts 

1817 Daniel D. Tompkins New York 

1825 John C. Calhoun 3 South Carolina 

1833 Martin Van Buren New York 

1837 Richard M. Johnson Kentucky 

1841 John Tyler 4 Virginia 

1845 George M. Dallas Pennsylvania 

1849 Millard Fillmore* New York 

1853 William R. King 1 Alabama 

1857 John C. Breckinridge Kentucky 

1861 Hannibal Hamlin Maine 

1865 Andrew Johnsons Tennessee 

1869 Schuyler Colfax Indiana 

1873 Henry Wilson 1 Massachusetts 

1877 William A. Wheeler New York 

1881 Chester A. Arthur? New York 

1885 Thomas A. Hendricks 1 Indiana 

1889 Levi P. Morton New York 

1893 Adlai E. Stevenson Illinois 

1897 Garret A. Hobart 1 New Jersey 

1901 Theodore Roosevelt^ New York 

1905 Charles W. Fairbanks Indiana 

1909 James S. Sherman 1 New York 

1913 Thomas R. Marshall Indiana 

1921 Calvin Coolidge^ . Massachusetts 

1925 Charles G. Dawes Illinois 

1929 Charles Curtis Kansas 

1933 John N. Garner Texas 

1941 Henry A. Wallace Iowa 

1945 Harry S. Truman™ Missouri 

1949 Alben W. Barkley Kentucky 

1953 Richard M. Nixon California 

1961 Lyndon B. Johnson 11 Texas 

1965 Hubert H. Humphrey Minnesota 

1969 Spiro T. Agnew 12 Maryland 

1973 Gerald R. Ford 13 Michigan 

1974 Nelson A. Rockefeller 14 New York 

1977 Walter F. Mondale Minnesota 

] Died in office. 

2 Died in office, Nov. 23, 1814. 

3 Resigned December 28, 1832, to become U.S. Senator. 
4 Became President by death of Harrison. 
5 Became President by death of Taylor. 
6 Became President by death of Lincoln. 
7 Became President by death of Garfield. 
8 Became President by death of McKinley. 
9 Became President by death of Harding. 
10 Became President by death of Roosevelt. 

"Became President by death of John F. Kennedy, November 22, 1963. 

12 Elected November 5, 1968; reelected November 7, 1972; resigned October 10, 1973. 

13 First Vice President nominated by the President and confirmed by the Congress 

pursuant to the 25th amendment to the Constitution of the United States; took oath 

of office on December 6, 1973; succeeded to the Presidency on August 9, 1974 upon 

resignation of Richard M. Nixon. 

14 Nominated to be Vice President bv President Ford on August 20, 1974; con- 
firmed by the Senate on December 10, 1974; confirmed by the House and took oath 
of office on December 19, 1974. 

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UNITED STATES SENATORS FROM CONNECTICUT SINCE 1789 

(Abbreviations for political parties denote the following: A, American; 
D, Democrat; F, Federalist; FS, Free Soil; NR, National Republican; O, 
No record; R, Republican; R*, Jeffersonian Republican; VBD, Van Buren 
Democrat; W, Whig.) 



The names of those who are now living are marked*. 



Term of 
Service 



Name Residence & Pol. 

Oliver Ellsworth Windsor, F 1789-96 

William Samuel Johnson Stratford, O 1789-91 

Roger Sherman 1 New Haven, O 1791-93 

Stephen Mix Mitchell Wethersfield, F 1793-95 

Jonathan Trumbull Lebanon, F 1795-96 

Uriah Tracy 2 Litchfield, F 1796^1807 

James Hillhouse New Haven, F 1796-1810 

Chauncey Goodrich Hartford, F 1807-13 

Samuel W. Dana Middletown, F 1810-21 

David Daggett New Haven, F 1813-19 

James Lanman Norwich, D 1819-25 

Elijah Boardmans New Milford, D 1821-23 

Henry W. Edwards New Haven, D 1823-27 

Calvin Willey Tolland, D 1825-31 

Samuel A. Foot Cheshire, W 1827-33 

Gideon Tomlinson Fairfield, R* 1831-37 

Nathan Smith* New Haven, W 1833-35 

John M. Niles Hartford, D 1835-39,43-49 

Perry Smith New Milford, D 1837-43 

Thaddeus Betts 5 Norwalk, W 1839-40 

Jabez W. Huntington Norwich, W 1840-47 

Roger S. Baldwin New Haven, W 1847-51 

Truman Smith Litchfield, W 1849-54 

Isaac Toucey Hartford, D 1852-57 

Francis Gillett Hartford, W 1854-55 

LaFayette S. Foster Norwich, R 1855-67 

James Dixon Hartford, R 1857-69 

Orris S. Ferry 6 Norwalk, R 1867-75 

William A. Buckingham 7 Norwich, R 1869-75 

James E. English New Haven, D 1875-76 

William W. Eaton Hartford, D 1875-81 

William H. Barnum Salisbury, D 1876-79 



>Died in Office, July 23, 1793. 
2 Died in Office, July 19, 1807. 
'Died in Office, October 8, 1823. 
<Died in Office, December 6, 1835. 
5 Died in Office, April 7, 1840. 
6 Died in Office, November 21, 1875. 
7 Died in Office, February 5, 1875. 



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UNITED STATES SENATORS FROM CONNECTICUT 67 

Term of 
Name Residence & Pol. Service 

Orville H. Piatt* Meriden, R 1879-1905 

Joseph R. Hawley Hartford, R 1881-1905 

Morgan G. Bulkeley Hartford, R 1905-1 1 

Frank B. Brandegee 9 New London, R 1905-24 

George P. McLean Simsbury, R 191 1-29 

Hiram Bingham 10 New Haven, R 1924-33 

Frederic C. Walcott Norfolk, R 1929-35 

Augustine Lonergan Hartford, D 1933-39 

Francis T. Maloney 11 Meriden, D 1935-45 

*John A. Danaher Portland, R 1939-45 

Brien McMahon 12 Norwalk, D 1945-52 

Thomas C. Hart 13 Sharon, R 1945-46 

* Raymond E. Baldwin 14 Stratford, R 1946-49 

William Benton 15 Fairfield, D 1949-53 

William A. Purtell 16 West Hartford, R 1952-59 

Prescott Bush 17 Greenwich, R 1952-63 

Thomas J. Dodd West Hartford, D 1959-71 

♦Abraham A. Ribicoff Hartford, D 1963- 

*Lowell P. Weicker, Jr Greenwich, R 1971— 



8 Died in Office, April 21, 1905. 

9 Died in Office, October 14, 1924. 

I0 State election was held November 6, 1924. Hiram Bingham was elected Governor. 
On December 16th, he was elected U. S. Senator at a special election; he accepted the 
office after being inaugurated Governor, and resigned the Governorship. 

n Died in Office, January 16, 1945, and was succeeded in office by Thomas C. Hart. 

ll Died in Office, July 28, 1952. 

1 'Appointed February 8, 1945, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Francis T. 
Maloney. Resigned November 5, 1946. 

"Elected November 5, 1946 to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Thomas 
C. Hart and for the full term beginning January 3, 1947. Resigned to accept appoint- 
ment as an Associate Justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court of Errors December 17, 
1949. 

15 Appointed December 17, 1949 and elected November 7, 1950, to fill vacancy caused 
by the resignation of Raymond E. Baldwin. 

lfl Appointed August 29, 1952, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Brien Mc- 
Mahon, served until November 4, 1952. Elected for full term beginning January 3, 1953. 

l7 Elccted November 4, 1952, to fill the unexpired term of Brien McMahon. 



REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS FROM CONNECTICUT 
SINCE 1789 



Previous to 1837 the Representatives from this State were elected by the people at large. 
The number at first, under the Constitution, was five and by later apportionments was 
changed in 1793 to seven, in 1823 to six, and in 1843 to four. From 1837 to 1843 they were 
elected one from each of the six districts into which the state was divided by an Act of the 
General Assembly; from 1843 to 1911 they were elected, one from each of the four districts 
established by the General Assembly of 1842, as follows: District number one, consisting 
of the counties of Hartford and Tolland; district number two, the counties of New Haven 
and Middlesex; district number three, the counties of New London and Windham; district 
number four, the counties of Fairfield and Litchfield. A fifth representative, to which the 
State was entitled under the census of 1900, was chosen at large. At the session of 1911 the 
State was divided into five districts as follows: District No. 1, County of Hartford; District 
No. 2, Counties of Tolland, Windham, New London and Middlesex; District No. 3, 
Towns of Bethany, Branford, Cheshire, East Haven, Guilford, Hamden, Madison, Meriden, 
Milford, New Haven, North Branford, North Haven, Orange, Wallingford, West Haven 
and Woodbridge in County of New Haven; District No. 4, County of Fairfield; District 
No. 5, County of Litchfield and the Towns of Ansonia, Beacon Falls, Derby, Middlebury, 
Naugatuck, Oxford, Prospect, Seymour, Southbury, Waterbury and Wolcott in the County 
of New Haven. The 1921 session of the General Assembly enacted a law creating the office 
of congressman-at-large if a reapportionment stemming from the 1920 census gave 
Connecticut a sixth congressional seat. However, Congress did not reapportion until after 
the 1930 census and, at this time, the State received the sixth post of congressman-at-large. 
A 1931 act of the General Assembly stated this representative was to be "designated as 
'Representative at Large.' " The state was divided into six districts by Act of the General 
Assembly in Special Session, April 1964, abolishing the post of Representative-at- Large. 



In instances where no districts are given, the elections were at large. 
The names of those who are now living are marked*. 



Name Residence & Pol. 

Allen, John Litchfield, F 

Arnold, Samuel Haddam, D 

Austin, Albert E Old Greenwich, R 

Bakewell, Charles M New Haven, R 

Baldwin, John Windham, W 

Baldwin, Simeon New Haven, F 

Ball, Thomas R Old Lyme, R 

Barber, Noyes Groton, D 

Barnum, William H Salisbury, D 

Belcher, Nathan New London, D 

Bishop, Wm. D Bridgeport, D 

Boardman, Wm. W New Haven, W 

Booth, Walter Meriden, FS 

*Bowles, Chester Essex, D 

Brace, Jonathan Hartford, F 

Brandegee, Augustus New London, R 

Brandegee, Frank B. 1 New London, R 

Brockway, John H Ellington, W 

Buck, John R Hartford, R 



Dis- 


Con- 


Term of 


trict 


gress 


Service 




5 


1797-99 


2 


35 


1857-59 


4 


76 


1939-41 




73 


1933-35 




19,20 


1825-29 




8 


1803-05 


2 


76 


1939-41 




17-23 


1821-35 


4 


40-44 


1867-77 


3 


33 


1853-55 


4 


35 


1857-59 


2 


27 


1841-43 


2 


31 


1849-51 


2 


86 


1959-61 




5,6 


1798-1801 


3 


38, 39 


1863-67 


3 


57-59 


1902-05 


6 


26,27 


1839-43 


1 


47,49 


/1881-83 
\ 1885-87 



'Elected to fill vacancy to March 4, 1903, and for the 58th and 59th sessions of Congress. 
Resigned in 1905 to become U.S. Senator, to fill vacancy caused by death of Senator Orville H. Piatt. 



(68) 



REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS FROM CONN. SINCE 1789 



Name Residence & Pol. 

Burnham, Alfred A Windham, R 

Burrows, Daniel Groton, D 

Butler, Thomas B Norwalk, W 

Catlin, George S Windham, D 

Chapman, Charles Hartford, W 

Champion, Epaphroditus East Haddam, F 

Citron, William M Middletown, D 

Clark, Ezra, Jr Hartford, R 

Cleveland, Chauncey F Hampton, D 

Coit, Joshua New London, F 

Compton, Ranulf Madison, R 

*Cotter, William R Hartford, D 

♦Cretella, Albert W North Haven, R 

Daddano, Emilio Q Hartford, D 

Dana, Samuel W Middletown, F 

Davenport, James Stamford, O 

Davenport, John Stamford, F 

Dean, Sidney Thompson, R 

DeForest, Robert E Bridgeport, D 

Deming, Henry C Hartford, R 

Dixon, James Hartford, W 

Dodd, Christopher J Norwich, D 

Dodd, Thomas J West Hartford, D 

Donovan, Jeremiah Norwalk, D 

Downs, LeRoy D So. Norwalk, D 

Dwight, Theodore Hartford, F 

Eaton, William W Hartford, D 

Edmond, William Newtown, F 

Edwards, Henry W New Haven, D 

Ellsworth, Wm. W.2 Hartford, W 

English, James E New Haven, D 

Fenn, E. Hart Wethersfield, R 

Ferry, Orris S Norwalk, R 

Fitzgerald, William J Norwich, D 

Foot, Samuel A Cheshire, W 

Foote, Ellsworth B No. Branford, R 

Freeman, Richard P New London, R 

French, Carlos Seymour, D 

Geelan, James P New Haven, D 

Giaimo, Robert N North Haven, D 

Gilbert, Sylvester Hebron, O 

Glynn, James P Winsted, R 

Goddard, Calvin Plainfield, F 

Goodrich, Chauncey Hartford, F 

Goodrich, Elizur New Haven, F 

•Resigned 1833. 



69 



Dis- 


Con- 


Term of 


trict 


gress 


Service 


3 


36, 37 


1859-63 




17 


1821-23 


4 


31 


1849-51 


3 


28 


1843-45 


1 


32 


1851-53 




10-14 


1807-17 




74, 75 


1935-39 


1 


34, 35 


1855-59 


3 


31, 32 


1849-53 




3-5 


1793-98 


3 


78 


1943-45 


1 


92- 


1971- 


3 


83-85 


1953-59 


1 


86-91 


1959-71 




4-11 


1796-1810 




4, 5 


1796-97 




6-14 


1799-1817 


3 


34, 35 


1855-59 


4 


52, 53 


1891-95 


1 


38, 39 


1863-67 


1 


29, 30 


1845-49 


2 


94- 


1975- 


1 


83, 84 


1953-57 


4 


63 


1913-15 


4 


77 


1941-43 




9 


1806-07 


1 


48 


1883-85 




5,6 


1797-1801 




16, 17 


1819-23 




21-23 


1829-33 


2 


37, 38 


1861-65 


1 


67-71 


1921-31 


4 


36 


1859-61 


2 


75, 77 


/ 1937-39 
1 1941-43 




16, 18, 


1819-21 




23 


0823-25 
',1833-35 


3 


80 


1947-49 


2 


64-72 


1915-33 


2 


50 


1887-89 


3 


79 


1945-47 


3 


86- 


1959- 




15 


1818-19 


5 


64-67 


/1915-23 
11925-31 




69-71 




7,8 


1801-05 




4-6 


1795-1801 




6 


1799-1801 



70 REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS FROM CONN. SINCE 1789 

Dis- Con- 
Name Residence & Pol. trict gress 

Goss, Edward W Waterbury, R 5 71-73 

♦Grabowski, Bernard F Bristol, D 88, 

6 89 

Granger, Miles T North Canaan, D 4 50 

*Grasso, Ella T Windsor Locks, D 6 92-93 

Griswold, Roger Lyme, F 4-8 

Haley, Elisha Groton, D 3 24, 25 

Hawley, Joseph R Hartford, R 1 43, 46 

Henry, E. Stevens Vernon, R 1 54-62 

Higgins, Edwin W. 3 Norwich, R 3 59-62 

Higgins, William L So. Coventry, R 2 73, 74 

Hill, Ebenezer J. 4 Norwalk, R 54^-62, 

4 64, 65 

Hillhouse, James New Haven, F 2-5 

Holmes, Uriel Litchfield, F 15 

Holt, Orrin Willington, D 6 25 

Hotchkiss, Julius Middletown, R 2 40 

Hubbard, John H Litchfield, R 4 38, 39 

Hubbard, Richard D Hartford, D 1 40 

Hubbard, Samuel D Middletown, W 2 29, 30 

Huntington, Benjamin Norwich, O 1 

Huntington, Ebenezer Norwich, W 11, 15 

Huntington, Jabez W Litchfield, W 21-23 

Ingersoll, Colin M New Haven, D 2 32, 33 

Ingersoll, Ralph I New Haven, D 19-22 

Ingham, Samuel Saybrook, D 2 24, 25 

♦Irwin, Donald J Norwalk, D 4 86, 

89-90 

Jackson, Ebenezer, Jr. 3 Middletown, W 24 

Judson, Andrew T Canterbury, D 24 

Kellogg, Stephen W Waterbury, R 2 41-43 

Kennedy, William Naugatuck, D 5 63 

Kopplemann, Herman P Hartford, D 1 73-75, 

77,79 

Kowalski, Frank, Jr Meriden, D 86, 87 

Landers, George M New Britain, D 1 44, 45 

Law, Lyman New London, F 12-14 

Learned, Amasa New London, O 2, 3 

Lilley, George L Waterbury, R 58-60 

♦Lodge, John Davis Westport, R 4 80, 81 

Lonergan, Augustine Hartford, D 1 63, 

65, 66, 
72 

Loomis, Dwight Hartford, R 1 36, 37 

♦Luce, Clare Boothe Greenwich, R 4 78, 79 

•Elected to fill vacancy. 
4 Died during term. 



Term of 
Service 

1930-35 

1963-65 

1965-67 

1887-89 

1971-75 

1795-1805 

1835-39 

/ 1873-75 

\ 1879-81 

1895-1913 

1905-13 

1933-37 

/1895-1913 

\1915-17 

1791-96 

1817-18 

1837-39 

1867-69 

1863-67 

1867-69 

1845-49 

1789-91 

/1810-11 

\1817-19 

1829-35 

1851-55 

1825-33 

1835-39 

(1959-61 

\ 1965-69 

1834-35 

1835-37 

1869-75 

1913-15 

T1933-39 

1941-43 

[1945-47 

1959-63 

1875-79 

1811-17 

1791-95 

1903-09 

1947-51 

fl913-15 

1917-21 

[1931-33 

1859-63 

1943-47 



REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS FROM CONN. SINCE 1789 



71 



Name Residence &. Pol. 

*Maciora, Lucien J New Britain, D 

Mahan, Bryan F New London, D 

Maloney, Francis T Meriden, D 

♦May, Edwin H., Jr Wethersfield, R 

McGuire, John A Wallingford, D 

♦McKinney, Stewart B Fairfield, R 

Mc Williams, John D Norwich, R 

Merritt, Schuyler 5 Stamford, R 

Merwin, Orange New Milford, O 

*Meskill, Thomas J New Britain, R 

Miles, Frederick Salisbury, R 

Miller, William J Wethersfield, R 



Miner, Phineas 5 Litchfield, W 

Mitchell, Charles L New Haven, D 

♦Moffett, Anthony Toby Farmington, D 

*Monagan, John S Waterbury, D 

Monkiewicz, Boleslaus J New Britain, R 

*Morano, Albert P Greenwich, R 

Moseley, Jonathan O East Haddam, F 

Oakey, P. Davis Hartford, R 

Osborne, Thomas B Fairfield, W 

O'Sullivan, Patrick B Derby, D 

•Patterson, James T Watertown, R 

Perkins, Elias New London, F 

Phelps, Elisha Simsbury, D 

Phelps, James Essex, D 

Phelps, Lancelot Colebrook, D 

Phillips, Alfred N, Jr Stamford, D 

Pigott, James P. New Haven, D 

Pitkin, Timothy Farmington, F 

Plant, David Stratford, NR 

Pratt, James T Rocky Hill, D 

*Ratchford, William R Danbury, D 

Reilly, Thomas L Meriden, D 

♦Ribicoff, Abraham A Hartford, D 

Rockwell, John A Norwich, W 

Russ, John Hartford, D 

Russell, Chas. A.« Killingly, R 

Ryter, Joseph F Hartford, D 

Sadlak, Antoni N Rockville, R 

*Sarasin, Ronald A. Beacon Falls, R 

St. Onge, William L. 7 Putnam, D 



Dis- 


Con- 


Term of 


trict 


gress 


Service 




77 


1941^3 


2 


63 


1913-15 


3 


73 


1933-35 


1 


85 


1957-59 


3 


81, 82 


1949-53 


4 


92- 


1971- 


2 


78 


1943-45 


4 


65-71, 


/ 1917-31 




73, 74 


\ 1933-37 




19, 20 


1825-29 


6 


90,91 


1967-71 


4 


46, 47, 


; 1879-83 




51 


11889-91 
f 1939-41 


1 


76, 78, 




80 


1 1943-45 
(1947-49 




24 


1834-35 


2 


48,49 


1883-87 


6 


94- 


1975- 


5 


86-92 


1959-73 




76, 


/ 1939-41 




78 


M 943-45 


4 


82-85 


1951-59 




9-16 


1805-21 


1 


64 


1915-17 


4 


26, 27 


1839-43 


5 


68 


1923-25 


5 


80-85 


1947-59 




7 


1801-03 




16, 


r 1819-21 




19, 20 


1825-29 


2 


44^47 


1875-83 


5 


24, 25 


1835-39 


4 


75 


1937-39 


2 


53 


1893-95 




9-15 


1805-19 




20 


1827-29 


1 


33 


1853-55 


5 


96 


1979- 


t3 


62, 63 


1911-15 


1 


81, 82 


1949-53 


3 


29, 30 


1845-49 




16, 17 


1819-23 


3 


50-57 


1887-1902 




79 


1945-47 




80-85 


1947-59 


5 


93-95 


1973-79 


2 


88-91 


1963-70 



^Elected to fill vacancy. 

•Died during term. 

T Died during term. May 1, 1970. 

t District changed from Second to Third. 



72 REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS FROM CONN. SINCE 1789 

Dis- Con- Term of 

Name Residence & Pol. trict gress Service 

♦Seely- Brown, Horace, Jr Pomfret, R 2 80, f 1947-49 

82-85 1951-59 

87 (1961-63 

Seymour, Edward W Bridgeport, D 4 48, 49 1883-87 

Seymour, Origen S Litchfield, D 4 32, 33 1851-55 

Seymour, Thomas H Hartford, D 1 28 1843-45 

Shanley, James A New Haven, D 3 74-77 1935-43 

Sherman, Roger New Haven, O 1 1789-91 

Sherwood, Sam'l B Fairfield, F 15 1817-19 

♦Sibal, Abner W Norwalk, R 4 87, 88 1961-65 

Simonds, Wm. E Canton, R 1 51 1889-91 

Simons, Samuel Bridgeport, D 4 28 1843-45 

Smith, John Cotton Sharon, F 6-9 1800-06 

♦Smith, J. Joseph Waterbury, D 5 74-77 1935-43 

Smith, Nathaniel Woodbury, F 4, 5 1795-99 

Smith, Truman Litchfield, W 5 26, 27, / 1839-43 

4 29, 30 \ 1845-49 

Sperry, Lewis So. Windsor, D 1 52, 53 1891-95 

Sperry, Nehemiah D New Haven, R 2 54-61 1895-191 1 

Starkweather, Henry H New London, R 3 40-44 1867-77 

♦Steele, Robert HI Vernon, R 2 91-93 1970-75 

Sterling, Ansel Sharon, O 17, 18 1821-25 

Stevens, James Stamford, D 16 1819-21 

Stewart, John Chatham, D 2 28 1843-45 

Stoddard, Ebenezer Woodstock, O 17, 18 1821-25 

Storrs, William L Middletown, W 21, 22 / 1829-33 

2 26 \ 1839-41 

Strong, Julius L Hartford, R 1 41, 42 1869-73 

St urges, Jonathan Fairfield, F 1,2 1789-93 

Sturgis, Lewis B Fairfield, F 9-14 1805-17 

Swift, Zephaniah Windham, F 3, 4 1793-97 

Talbot, Joseph E Naugatuck, R 5 77-79 1942-47 

Talmadge, Benjamin Litchfield, F 7-14 1801-17 

Terry, Nathaniel Hartford, O 15 1817-19 

♦Tierney, William L Greenwich, D 4 72 1931-33 

Tilson, John Q New Haven, R 3 61, 62, /1909-13 

64-72 \ 191 5-33 

Tomlinson, Gideon Fairfield, R* 16-19 1819-27 

Toucey, Isaac Hartford, D 1 24, 25 1835-39 

Tracy, Uriah Litchfield, F 3, 4 1793-96 

Trumbull, Jonathan Lebanon, F 1-3 1789-95 

Trumbull, Joseph 8 Hartford, W 1 24^-27 1834-43 

Tweedy, Samuel Danbury, W 23 1833-35 

Vance, Robert J New Britain, D 1 50 1887-89 

Wadsworth, Jeremiah Hartford, F 1-3 1789-95 

Wait, John T Norwich, R 3 45-49 1877-87 

Waldo, Loren P Tolland, D 131 1849-51 

7 Elected November 3, 1970 to fill the vacancy caused by the death of William L. 
St. Onge and for the full term beginning January 3, 1971. 
•Elected for unexpired portion of term in 1834. 



REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS FROM CONN. SINCE 1789 



Name Residence & Pol. 

Warner, Levi Norwalk, D 

Warner, Samuel L Middletown, R 

*Weicker, Lowell P., Jr Greenwich, R 

Welch, William W Norfolk, A 

Whitman, Lemuel Farmington, D 

Whittlesey, Thos. T Danbury, VBD 

Wildman, Zalmon 9 Danbury, D 

Willcox, Washington F Saybrook, D 

Williams, Thomas S Hartford, O 

Williams, Thomas W New London, W 

*Woodhouse, Chase Going. . . . New London, D 

Woodruff, George C Litchfield, D 

Woodruff, John New Haven, A 

Young, Ebenezer. . N Killingly, F 

9 Died at Washington, December 10, 1835. 



73 



Dis- 


Con- 


Term of 


trict 


gress 


Service 


4 


45 


1877-79 


2 


39 


1865-67 


4 


91,92 


1969-71 


4 


34 


1855-57 




18 


1823-25 


4 


25 


1837-39 




24 


1835 


2 


51, 52 


1889-93 




15 


1817-19 


3 


26, 27 


1839-43 


2 


79, 81 


/ 1945-47 
\ 1949-51 






4 


37 


1861-63 


2 


34, 36 


/1855-57 
\ 1859-61 








21-23 


1829-35 



GOVERNORS OF CONNECTICUT 

The supreme executive power of the state is vested by the Constitution in the Gover- 
nor. The Governor has the power to administer oaths, sign writs, issue processes, and to 
see that the laws of the state are faithfully executed. In case of emergency the Governor 
may convene the General Assembly in special session. The Governor is commander-in- 
chief of the militia of the state, has power to grant reprieves in all cases except impeach- 
ment, and has jurisdiction in the matter of requisitions from other states for criminals. 
The Governor has power to veto any bills passed by the General Assembly, but the veto 
may be overridden by at least a two-thirds majority vote of each House upon reconsid- 
eration. Any bill which is neither signed nor vetoed within five days after being present- 
ed to the Governor (Sundays and legal holidays excepted) during the session of the 
General Assembly, becomes a law, in like manner as if signed. After adjournment of 
the General Assembly the Governor is allowed fifteen calendar days after bills have been 
presented in which to act. The Governor must also present a budget for the state early 
in the sessions of each General Assembly and has control over the quarterly allotments 
granted after the budget has been acted on by the General Assembly. The Governor 
must from time to time give to the General Assembly information concerning the state 
and recommend such measures as deemed expedient. The Governor may adjourn the 
General Assembly in case of disagreement between the two Houses to such time as the 
Governor thinks proper, but not beyond the day of the next stated session. 

The Governor nominates to the General Assembly the Judges of the Supreme and Su- 
perior Courts and the Chief Court Administrator; and appoints the members of several 
boards and commissions, at times with the consent of either House of the General 
Assembly, and appoints with the advice and consent of either House of the General 
Assembly, the Commissioner of the Department of Administrative Services, the Com- 
missioner of the Department on Aging, the Commissioner of the Department of Agri- 
culture, the Commissioner of Banking, the Secretary of the Department of Business 
Regulation, the Commissioner of the Department of Children and Youth Services, the 
Commissioner of the Department of Consumer Protection, the Commissioner of the 
Department of Correction, the Commissioner of the Department of Economic Develop- 
ment, the Commissioner of the Department of Environmental Protection, the Commis- 
sioner of the Department of Health Services, the Commissioner of the Board of Higher 
Education, the Commissioner of the Department of Human Resources, the Commis- 
sioner of the Department of Income Maintenance, the Commissioner of Insurance, the 
Commissioner of the Department of Labor, the Commissioner of the Department of 
Mental Health, the Commissioner of the Department of Mental Retardation, the Com- 
missioner of the Department of Motor Vehicles, the Secretary of the Office of Policy 
and Management, the Commissioner of the Department of Public Safety, the Commis- 
sioner of the Department of Revenue Services, the Commissioner of the Department of 
Transportation. The Governor appoints, with the consent of both Houses, members of 
the State Board of Education, the Commission for Higher Education, the Public Utili- 
ties Control Authority and other boards and commissions. The Governor appoints di- 
rectly the Board of Trustees of the University of Connecticut, Liquor Control Commis- 
sioners, and the members of various other boards and commissions. The Governor is 
ex-officio a member of the Conn. Agricultural Experiment Station, State Bond Com- 
mission, Expressway Bond Committee, Finance Advisory Committee, Commission on 
Intergovernmental Cooperation, Education Commission of the States, Board of Trustees 
of the University of Connecticut, and the Corporation of Yale University. 

The Governor presided over the General Assembly before it was divided into two 
Houses in 1698; from that date until the adoption of the Constitution of 1818 the Gov- 
ernor presided in the council or upper house, with a casting vote, but no veto power. At 
the present time the Lieutenant Governor presides over the Senate. 

The Governor holds office for four years and receives an annual salary of $42,000. 
The Governor also is furnished a Governor's Residence located at 990 Prospect Avenue, 
Hartford. 



Abbreviations for political parties denote the following: A, American; AD, American 
Democrat; AR, American Republican; D, Democrat; F, Federalist; FSA, Free Soil 
American; NR, National Republican; O, No record; R, Republican; R* r Jeffersonian 
Republican; U, Union; W, Whig. 

The names of those who are now living are marked *. 

i cais 

Governor Town St Pol. Term of Service of Servic 

John Haynes Hartford, O (1639, 41, 43, 45, 

47, 49, 51, 53) 8 yrs. 

Edward Hopkins Hartford, O (1640, 44, 46, 48, 

50, 52, 54) 7 yrs. 

(74) 



GOVERNORS OF CONNECTICUT 



Governor Town &. Pol. 

George Wyllys Hartford, O 

Thomas Welles Hartford, O 

John Webster Hartford, O 

John Winthrop New London, O 

William Leete Guilford, O 

Robert Treat 1 Milford, O 

Fitz-John Winthrop New London, O 

Gurdon Saltonstall New London, O 

Joseph Talcott 2 Hartford, O 

Jonathan Law 3 Milford, O 

Roger Wolcott Windsor, O 

Thomas Fitch Norwalk, O 

William Pitkin 4 Hartford, O 

Jonathan Trumbull Lebanon, O 

Matthew Griswold Lyme, F 

Samuel Huntington 5 Norwich, F 

Oliver Wolcott 6 Litchfield, F 

Jonathan Trumbull 2nd 7 . . Lebanon, F 

John Treadwell Farmington, F 

Roger Griswold 8 Lyme, F 

John Cotton Smith Sharon, F 

Oliver Wolcott, Jr Litchfield, R* 

Gideon Tomlinson 9 Fairfield, R* 

John S. Peters Hebron, NR 

Henry W. Edwards New Haven, D 

Samuel A. Foot Cheshire, W 

Henry W. Edwards New Haven, D 

Wm. W. Ellsworth Hartford, W 

Chauncey F. Cleveland Hampton, D 

Roger S. Baldwin New Haven, W 

Isaac Toucey Hartford, D 

Clark Bissell Norwalk, W 

Joseph Trumbull Hartford, W 



75 





Years 


Term of Service 


of Service 


1642 


i yr. 


1655, 58 


2 yrs. 


1656 


i yr. 


1657, 59-76 


18 yrs. 


1676-83 


7 yrs. 


1683-98 


15 yrs. 


1698-1708 


9 yrs. 6 m. 


1708-25 


17 yrs. 4 m. 


1725-41 


16 yrs. 5 m. 


1741-50 


9 yrs. 1 m. 


1750-54 


3 yrs. 6 m. 


1754-66 


12 yrs. 


1766-69 


3 yrs. 5 m. 


1769-84 


14 yrs. 7 m. 


1784-86 


2 yrs. 


1786-96 


9 yrs. 8 m. 


1796-97 


1 yr. 11 m. 


1797-1809 


1 1 yrs. 8 m. 


1809-11 


1 yr. 9 m. 


1811-12 


1 yr. 5 m. 


1812-17 


4 yrs. 7 m. 


1817-27 


10 yrs. 


1827-31 


4 yrs. 


1831-33 


2 yrs. 


1833-34 


lyr. 


1834-35 


i yr. 


1835-38 


3 yrs. 


1838-42 


4 yrs. 


1842-44 


2 yrs. 


1844-46 


2 yrs. 


1846-47 


1 yr. 


1847-49 


2 yrs. 


1849-50 


i yr. 



•Gov. Treat's term includes the period when Sir Edmund Andros as royal governor 
■was de facto executive. 

'Died in office October 11, 1741, and Jonathan Law became Governor. 

s Died in office November 6, 1750. 

♦Died October 1, 1769, and Jonathan Trumbull became Governor. 

5 Died January 5, 1796, and Oliver Wolcott became Governor. 

•Died December 1, 1797, and Jonathan Trumbull became Governor. 

7 Died August 7, 1809, and John Treadwell was appointed by the General Assembly 
to fill the vacancy. 

■Died October 25, 1812, and John Cotton Smith became Governor. 

•Resigned to become U. S. Senator. 



76 GOVERNORS OF CONNECTICUT 

Years 

Governor Town & Pol. Term of Service of Service 

Thomas H. Seymour Hartford, D 1850-53 3 yrs. 1 m. 

Charles H. Pond"* Milford, D 1853-54 11 m. 

Henry Dutton New Haven, W 1854-55 1 yr. 

William T. Minor Stamford, A 1 855-57 2 yrs. 

Alexander H. Holley Salisbury, AR 1857-58 1 yr. 

Wm. A. Buckingham Norwich, R 1858-66 8 yrs. 

Joseph R. Hawley Hartford, R 1866-67 1 yr. 

James E. English New Haven, D 1867-69 2 yrs. 

Marshall Jewell Hartford, R 1869-70 1 yr. 

James E. English New Haven, D 1870-71 1 yr. 

Marshall Jewell Hartford, R 1871-73 2 yrs. 

Charles R. Ingersoll 11 New Haven, D 1873-77 3 yrs. 9 m. 

Richard D. Hubbard Hartford, D 1877-79 2 yrs. 

Charles B. Andrews Litchfield, R 1879-81 2 yrs. 

Hobart B. Bigelow New Haven, R 1881-83 2 yrs. 

Thomas M. Waller New London, D 1883-85 2 yrs. 

Henry B. Harrison New Haven, R 1885-87 2 yrs. 

Phineas C. Lounsbury . . . Ridgefield, R 1887-89 2 yrs. 

Morgan G. Bulkeley Hartford, R 1889-93 4 yrs. 

Luzon B. Morris New Haven, D 1893-95 2 yrs. 

O. Vincent Coffin Middletown, R 1895-97 2 yrs. 

Lorrin A. Cooke Winsted, R 1897-99 2 yrs. 

George E. Lounsbury Ridgefield, R 1899-1901 2 yrs. 

George P. McLean Simsbury, R 1901-03 2 yrs. 

Abiram Chamberlain Meriden, R 1903-05 2 yrs. 

Henry Roberts Hartford, R 1905-07 2 yrs. 

Rollin S. Woodruff New Haven, R 1907-09 2 yrs. 

George L. Lilley 12 Waterbury, R 1909 3 m. 15 d. 

Frank B. Weeks Middletown, R 1909-1 1 lyr. 8m. 15d. 

Simeon E. Baldwin New Haven, D 1911-15 4 yrs. 

Marcus H. Holcomb Southington, R 1915-21 6 yrs. 

Everett J. Lake Hartford, R 1921-23 2 yrs. 

Chas. A. Templeton Waterbury, R 1923-25 2 yrs. 

Hiram Bingham 13 New Haven, R 1925 1 d. 

10 Governor Pond was elected Lieutenant-Governor in April, 1853, and became 
Governor by resignation of Governor Seymour on October 13, 1853, when the latter 
was appointed Minister to Russia. 

"By Constitutional Amendment of 1875, the term for 1876-7 was made to expire 
January, 1877. 

"Died in office, April 21, 1909, and Frank B. Weeks became Governor. 

"Resigned January 8, 1925, to become United States Senator. 



GOVERNORS OF CONNECTICUT 77 

Years 
Governor Town & Pol. Term of Service of Service 

John H. Trumbull 14 Plainville, R 1925-31 6 yrs. 

Wilbur L. Cross New Haven, D 1931-39 8 yrs. 

♦Raymond E. Baldwin. . Stratford, R 1939-41 2 yrs. 

Robert A. Hurley Bridgeport, D 1941-43 2 yrs. 

♦Raymond E. Baldwin 15 . Stratford, R 1943-46 3yrs. 11m. 21 d. 

Wilbert Snow 1 * Middletown, D 1946-47 13 d. 

James L. McConaughy 17 . Cornwall, R 1947-48 1 yr. 2 m. 

♦James C. Shannon Bridgeport, R 1948-49 9 m. 29 d. 

♦Chester Bowles Essex, D 1949-51 2 yrs. 

♦John Lodge Westport, R 1951-55 4 yrs. 

♦Abraham Ribicoff 1 * Hartford, D 1955-61 6 yrs. 16 d. 

♦John Dempsey 19 Putnam, D 1961-71 9yrs. 11m. 15d. 

♦Thomas J. Meskill New Britain, R 1971-75 4 yrs. 

♦Ella Grasso Windsor Locks, D 1975- 

'♦Succeeded Hiram Bingham. 

,5 Resigned December 27, 1946 to become U. S. Senator. 
'•Became Governor December 27, 1946. 

17 Died in office, March 7, 1948 and James C. Shannon became Governor. 
'•Resigned January 21, 1961 to become Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare. 
"Became Governor January 21, 1961, in succession to Abraham Ribicoff. Elected 
Governor for a full term beginning January 9, 1963; reelected November 8, 1966. 



DEPUTY OR LIEUTENANT GOVERNORS 



Before the Constitution of 1818 the Deputy Governor presided in council, or the up- 
per house of the General Assembly, in the absence of the Governor, but when the Gov- 
ernor was present the Deputy Governor had a voice in council. Until 1818 he could 
exercise the office of a justice of the peace throughout the State, and he could sign writs 
until 1879. 

The Lieutenant Governor is president of the Senate, has a casting vote therein, and 
the right to debate when it is in Committee of the Whole. In case of the death, resigna- 
tion, refusal to serve, inability to perform the powers and duties of his office, impeach- 
ment, removal from office or absence from the State of the Governor, the Lieutenant 
Governor is required by the Constitution "to perform the duties of the Governor, until 
another be chosen at the next regular election for Governor and be duly qualified, or 
until the disability be removed, or until the Governor impeached or absent, shall be ac- 
quitted or return." He is a member of the Finance Advisory Committee. Commission 
on Intergovernmental Cooperation, Executive Committee on Human Rights and Oppor- 
tunities, and the Corporation of Yale University. 

He is elected for four years and receives an annual salary of $25,000. 

The names of those who are now living are marked *. Years 

Lieutenant Governor Town & Pol. Term of Service of Service 

Roger Ludlow Windsor, O 1639, 42, 48 3 yrs. 

John Haynes Hartford, O 1640, 44, 46, 

50, 52 5 yrs. 

George Wyllys Hartford, O 1641 1 yr. 

Edward Hopkins Hartford, O 1643, 45, 47, 

49,51,53 6 yrs. 

Thomas Welles Hartford, O 1654, 56, 57, 

59 4 yrs. 

John Webster Hartford, O 1655 1 yr. 

John Winthrop New London, O 1658-59 1 yr. 

John Mason Norwich, O 1660-69 9 yrs. 

William Leete Guilford, O 1669-76 7 yrs. 

Robert Treat Milford, O 1676-83 7 yrs. 

James Bishop New Haven, O 1683-92 9 yrs. 

William Jones New Haven, O 1692-98 6 yrs. 

Robert Treat Milford, O 1698-1708 10 yrs. 

Nathan Gold Fairfield, O 1708-24 16 yrs. 

Joseph Talcott Hartford, O 1724-25 1 yr. 

Jonathan Law Milford, O 1725-41 16 yrs. 5 m. 

Roger Wolcott Windsor, O 1741-50 9 yrs. 10 m. 

Thomas Fitch Norwalk, O 1750-54 3 yrs. 1 m. 

William Pitkin Hartford, O 1754-66 12 yrs. 

Jonathan Trumbull Lebanon, O 1766-69 3 yrs. 5 m. 

Matthew Griswold Lyme, F 1769-84 15 yrs. 

Samuel Huntington Norwich, O 1784-86 2 yrs. 

Oliver Wolcott Litchfield, F 1786-96 9 yrs. 8 m. 

Jonathan Trumbull 2nd Lebanon, F 1796-97 1 yr. 7 m. 

John Treadwell 1 Farmington, F 1797-1809 11 yrs. 5 m. 

Roger Griswold 2 Lyme, F 1809-11 1 yr. 7 m. 

•Was appointed Governor by the General Assembly in October, 1809, Governor 
Trumbull having died August 7. 1809. 

'Was appointed by the General Assembly in October, 1809, in place of Lieutenant 
Governor Treadwell. 



(78) 



DEPUTY OR LIEUTENANT GOVERNORS 79 

Yean 

Lieutenant Governor Town & Pol. Term of Service of Service 

John Cotton Smith* Sharon, F 1811-13 2 yrs. 

Chauncey Goodrich 4 Hartford, F 1813-15 2 yrs. 3 m. 

Jonathan Ingersoll 5 New Haven, R* 1816-23 6 yrs. 8 m. 

David Plant Stratford, O 1 823-27 4 yrs. 

John S. Peters Hebron, NR 1827-31 4 yrs. 

No election 1831-32 

Thaddeus Betts Norwalk, O 1832-33 1 yr. 

Ebenezer Stoddard Woodstock, O 1833-34 1 yr. 

Thaddeus Betts Norwalk, O 1834-35 1 yr. 

Ebenezer Stoddard Woodstock, O 1835-38 3 yrs. 

Charles Hawley Stamford, O 1 838-42 4 yrs. 

William S. Holabird Winsted, O 1 842-44 2 yrs. 

Reuben Booth Danbury, O 1844-46 2 yrs. 

Noyes Billings New London, O 1846-47 1 yr. 

Charles J. McCurdy Lyme, O 1847-49 2 yrs. 

Thomas Backus Killingly, O 1849-50 1 yr. 

Charles H. Pond Milford, D 1850-51 1 yr. 

Green Kendnck Waterbury, W 1851-52 1 yr. 

Charles H. Pond Milford, D 1852-54 2 yrs. 

Alexander H. Holley Salisbury, W 1854-55 1 yr. 

William Field Pomfret, FSA 1855-56 1 yr. 

Albert Day Hartford, AR 1856-57 1 yr. 

Alfred A. Burnham Windham, R 1857-58 1 yr. 

Julius Catlin Hartford, R 1858-61 3 yrs. 

Benjamin Douglas Middletown, R 1861-62 1 yr. 

Roger Averill Danbury, U 1862-66 4 yrs. 

Oliver F. Winchester New Haven, R 1866-67 1 yr. 

Ephraim H. Hyde Stafford, D 1867-69 2 yrs. 

Francis Wayland New Haven, R 1869-70 1 yr. 

Julius Hotchkiss Middletown, D 1870-71 1 yr. 

Morns Tyler New Haven, R 1871-73 2 yrs. 

George G. Sill Hartford, R 1873-77 4 yrs. 

Francis B. Loomis New London, D 1877-79 2 yrs. 

David Gallup Plainneld, R 1879-81 2 yrs. 

William H. Bulkeley Hartford, R 1881-83 2 yrs. 

George G. Sumner Hartford, D 1883-85 2 yrs. 

Lorrin A. Cooke Winsted, R 1885-87 2 yrs. 

James L. Howard Hartford, R 1887-89 2 yrs. 

Samuel E. Merwin New Haven, R 1889-93 4 yrs. 

Ernest Cady Hartford, D 1893-95 2 yrs. 

Lornn A. Cooke Winsted, R 1895-97 2 yrs. 

James D. Dewell New Haven, R 1897-99 2 yrs. 

Lyman A. Mills Middleneld, R 1899-1901 2 yrs. 

Edwin O. Keeler Norwalk, R 1901-03 2 yrs. 

Henry Roberts Hartford, R 1903-05 2 yrs. 

*Was Acting-Governor from time of Governor Griswold's death. October 25, 1812, 
until May. 1813. 

4 Died August 18. 1815, while in office 
'Died January 12. 1823. 



80 



DEPUTY OR LIEUTENANT GOVERNORS 



Lieutenant Governor Town & Pol. 

Rollin S. Woodruff New Haven, R 

Everett J. Lake Hartford, R 

Frank B. Weeks 6 Middletown, R 

Dennis A. Blakeslee New Haven, R 

Lyman T. Tingier Vernon, D 

Clifford B. Wilson Bridgeport, R 

Charles A. Templeton . . Waterbury, R 

Hiram Bingham New Haven, R 

John H. Trumbull Plainville, R 

J. Edwin Brainard 7 Branford, R 

Ernest E. Rogers New London, R 

Samuel R. Spencer Suffield, R 

Roy C. Wilcox Meriden, R 

T. Frank Hayes Waterbury, D 

James L. McConaughy . . Middletown, R 

Odell Shepard Hartford, D 

♦William L. Hadden West Haven, R 

Wilbert Snow 8 Middletown, D 

•James C. Shannon 9 Bridgeport, R 

Robert E. Parsons 10 Farmington, R 

•William T. Carroll Torrington, D 

Edward N. Allen Hartford, R 

•Charles W. Jewett Lyme, R 

•John N. Dempsey 11 Putnam, D 

•Anthony J. Armentano 12 Hartford, D 

•Samuel J. Tedesco 13 Bridgeport, D 

•Fred J. Doocy 14 South Windsor, D 

Attilio R. Frassinelli Stafford, D 

*T. Clark Hull 15 Danbury, R 

•Peter L. Cashman 16 Lyme, R 

*Robert K. Killian Hartford, D 

* William A. O'Neill East Hampton, D 





Years 


Term of Service of Service 


1905-07 


2 yrs. 


1907-09 


2 yrs. 


1909 


3 m. 15 <E 


1911-13 


2 yrs. 


1913-15 


2 yrs. 


1915-21 


6 yrs. 


1921-23 


2 yrs. 


1923-25 


2 yrs. 


1925 


1 d. 


1925-29 


4 yrs. 


1929-31 


2 yrs. 


1931-33 


2 yrs. 


1933-35 


2 yrs. 


1935-39 


4 yrs. 


1939-41 


2 yrs. 


1941-43 


2 yrs. 


1943-45 


2 yrs. 


1945-46 


lyr. 11m. 25d. 


1947-48 


1 yr. 2 m. 


1948-49 


9 m. 29 d. 


1949-51 


2 yrs. 


1951-55 


4 yrs. 


1955-59 


4 yrs. 


1959-61 


2 yrs. 16 d. 


1961-63 


lyr. 11m. 15d. 


1963-66 


3 yrs. 6 d. 


1966-67 


11 m. 19 d. 


1967-71 


4 yrs. 


1971-73 


2 yrs. 4m. 25d. 


1973-75 


1 yr. 7m. Id. 


1975-79 


4 yrs. 



1979- 



•Governor Weeks was elected Lieutenant Governor and became Governor on the 
death of Governor Lilley, taking the oath of office, April 22, 1909. 

'Lieutenant Governor Brainard was chosen president pro-tem of the Senate and suc- 
ceeded to the office of Lieutenant Governor to fill vacancy caused by the resignation of 
Governor Trumbull, January 8, 1925. 

•Became Governor December 27, 1946, when Governor Baldwin resigned to become 
U. S. Senator. 

•Became Governor upon the death of Governor McConaughy. Took oath of office 
March 8. 1948. 

10 Became Lieutenant Governor when Lieutenant Governor Shannon became Gov- 
ernor. Term began March 8, 1948. 

u Bccame Governor January 21, 1961 in succession to Abraham Ribicoff who resigned 
to become Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare. 

"Was chosen president pro-tem of the Senate and succeeded to the office of Lieutenant 
Governor when John Dempsey became Governor, January 21, 1961. 

"Resigned January 15. 1966 to become Judge of the Superior Court on August 13, 1966. 

'♦Succeeded to the office of Lieutenant Governor by virtue of being president pro tem- 
pore of the Senate. Yook oath of office on January 17, 1966. 

i:, Resigned June 1, 1973 to become Judge of the Superior Court. 

lfi Succeeded to the office of Lieutenant Governor by virtue of being president pro 
tempore of the Senate. Took oath of office on June 7, 1973. 



SECRETARIES OF THE STATE 



After the adoption of the Fundamental Orders in 1639, Edward Hopkins was 
chosen as the first Secretary of the State. Since that date, the duties assigned to the 
Secretary of the State have grown with the growth of Connecticut and its increasing 
governmental activities. Today, the office has more than fifty constitutional and statu- 
tory duties to perform. 

The office is charged with custody of the public documents and formal records of 
the State, among the more important of which are the Acts and Resolutions, and 
Orders of the General Assembly. 

The Secretary of the State, by virtue of the office, is the Commissioner of Elec- 
tions, and supervises the filing and checking of all petitions for party designation on 
ballots and voting machine labels; approves all voting machines for accuracy and 
efficiency; receives and files lists of candidates for office; administers the primary 
law, and supplies local election officials with instructions and samples of supplies 
for use in connection with elections. Election statistics are returned to this office 
and recorded, as are the filings required under the recently expanded Campaign 
Financing Laws. The Elections Division has advisory duties regarding local referenda 
and charters. 

The department has been assigned the duty of administration of the corporation 
laws created under the provisions of the General Statutes. This task includes the 
approval of all certificates of incorporation, organization and dissolution, as well as 
annual and biennial reports. The department is also responsible for providing in- 
formation on file to the public, answering approximately 7,000 inquiries per week 
over the telephone and by mail. 

The Secretary of the State supervises the publication of the Connecticut State 
Register and Manual, the Statement of Vote, the Public Acts from Passage, and in- 
dividual volumes devoted to Corporation Laws, Election Laws, Voters Handbook, 
Moderators Handbook and Handbook for Admission of Electors, and distributes his- 
torical materials including The Outline of Government in Connecticut, The Constitu- 
tion of Connecticut and Its Trilogy of Antecedents. 

Other functions of the Secretary of the State include the calling of the Senate to 
order and administration of the official oath on the first day of the session in the 
odd-numbered years; certification of copies of official records, and the affixation of 
the Seal to all commissions issued by the State, as well as records concerned with 
legislative appearances. 

Administrative regulations issued by state agencies and commissions become effec- 
tive upon filing with this office. Effective January 1, 1978, lobbying regulation is under 
the jurisdiction of the newly created State Ethics Commission, which is an independent 
entity within the Office of the Secretary of the State for administrative purposes only. 

The Secretary of the State issues certificates to approximately 30,000 notaries 
public. 

The trading stamp law places under the jurisdiction of the Secretary the licensing 
of trading stamp companies doing business in this state. Under the law each trading 
stamp company must file a statement of registration containing certain required 
information and a bond for performance. 

In accordance with the Freedom of Information legislation passed by the 1975 
session of the General Assembly, the yearly schedule of meetings of public agencies 
of the State of Connecticut are filed with the Secretary of the State on or before 
January 31 of each year. The Secretary of the State also provides legal and secre- 
tarial staffing for the Freedom of Information Commission. 

The Secretary of the State receives and files certain commercial transactions where 
title is affected by a security interest as provided under the Uniform Commercial 
Code Act. with over 400,000 such transactions presently on file. 

The 1963 Trademark Law requires all marks to be registered with the Secretary 
of the State. 

Every city, town and borough is required, by law, to have on file in this office a 
complete compilation of their ordinances and special acts. 

Finally, the office of Secretary of the State is a revenue producing agencv. with 
receipts deposited to the General Fund for fiscal 1978 of almost two and three-fourths 
million dollars. These revenues are derived from corporation filing and franchise fees, 
notary public fees, uniform commercial code fees and from sales of publications 
and services. 

The Secretary of the State is a member of the State Board of Canvassers and the 
Executive Committee on Human Rights and Opportunities. 

Election to the Office of Secretary of the State is for a term of four years, at an 
annual salary of $25,000. 

The names of those who are now living are marked *. 

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82 SECRETARIES OF THE STATE 

Years 

Secretary of the State Town & Pol. Term of Service of Service 

Edward Hopkins Hartford, O 1639-41 2 yrs. 

Thomas Welles Hartford, O 1641-48 7 yrs. 

John Cullick Hartford, O 1648-58 10 yrs. 

Daniel Clark Windsor, O 1658-64, 

65-67 8 yrs. 

John Allyn Hartford, O 1664-65, 

67-96 30 yrs. 

Eleazer Kimberly Glastonbury, O 1696-1709 13 yrs. 

William Whiting Hartford, O 1709 3 m. 

Caleb Stanly Hartford, O 1709-12 3 yrs. 

Richard Lord Hartford, O 1712 17 d. 

Hezekiah Wyllys Hartford, O 1712-35 23 yrs. 

George Wyllys Hartford, O 1735-96 61 yrs. 

Samuel Wyllys Hartford, O 1796-1810 14 yrs. 

Thomas Day Hartford, O 1810-35 25 yrs. 

Royal R. Hinman Southbury, O 1835-42 7 yrs. 

Noah A. Phelps Hartford, O 1842-44 2 yrs. 

Daniel P. Tyler Pomfret, O 1844-46 2 yrs. 

Charles W. Bradley. . . . Hartford, O 1846-47 1 yr. 

John B. Robertson. . . . New Haven, O 1847-49 2 yrs. 

Roger H. Mills N. Hartford, O 1849-50 1 yr. 

Hiram Weed* Danbury, D 1850 1 m. 

John P. C. Mather New London, D 1850-54 3 yrs. 11 m. 

Oliver H. Perry Fairfield, W 1854-55 1 yr. 

Neherruah D. Sperry. . . New Haven, A 1855-57 2 yrs. 

Orville H. Piatt Meriden, AR 1857-58 1 yr. 

John Boyd Winchester, R 1858-61 3 yrs. 

J. H. Trumbull Hartford, R 1861-66 5 yrs. 

Leverett E. Pease Somers, U 1866-69 3 yrs. 

Hiram Appleman Groton, R 1869-70 1 yr. 

Thomas M. Waller. . . . New London, D 1870-71 1 yr. 

Hiram Appleman 2 Groton, R 1871-73 2 yrs. 

D. W. Edgecomb Fairfield, R 1873 12 d. 

Marvin H. Sanger Canterbury, D 1873-77 4 yrs. 

Dwight Morris Bridgeport, D 1877-79 2 yrs. 

David Torrance Derby, R 1879-81 2 yrs. 

Charles E. Searls Thompson, R 1881-83 2 yrs. 

D. Ward Northrop Middletown, D 1883-85 2 yrs. 

Charles A. Russell Killingly, R 1885-87 2 yrs. 

Leverett M. Hubbard. . Walhngford, R 1887-89 2 yrs. 

R. Jay Walsh Greenwich, R 1889-93 4 yrs. 

John J. Phelan Bridgeport, D 1893-95 2 yrs. 

William C. Mowry. . . . Norwich, R 1895-97 2 yrs. 

Charles Phelps Rockville, R 1897-99 2 yrs. 

'Died in office. June 7. 1850, and John P. C. Mather was appointed by the General As- 
sembly. June 21. 1850 to fill the vacancy. 

'Resigned April 25, 1873, and D. W. Edgecomb was appointed to the vacancy by 
Governor JewelL 



SECRETARIES OF THE STATE 83 

Years 
Secretary of the State Town & Pol. Term of Service of Service 

Huber Clark Willimantic, R 1899-1901 2 yrs. 

Charles G. R. Vinal. . . . Middletown, R 1901-05 4 yrs. 

Theodore Bodenwein. . . New London, R 1905-09 4 yrs. 

Matthew H. Rogers. . . . Bridgeport, R 1909-13 4 yrs. 

Albert Phillips Stamford, D 1913-15 2 yrs. 

Charles D. Burnes Greenwich, R 1915-17 2 yrs. 

Frederick L. Perry New Haven, R 1917-21 4 yrs. 

Donald J. Warner Salisbury, R 1921-23 2 yrs. 

Francis A. Pallotti Hartford, R 1923-29 6 yrs. 

William L. Higgins. . . Coventry, R 1929-33 4 yrs. 

•John A. Danaher Hartford, R 1933-35 2 yrs. 

C. John Satti New London, D 1935-39 4 yrs: 

Sara B. Crawford Westport, R 1939-41 2 yrs. 

*Chase G. Woodhouse . New London, D 1941-43 2 yrs. 

Frances B. Redick Newington, R 1943-45 2 yrs. 

Charles J. Prestia New Britain, D 1945-47 2 yrs. 

Frances B. Redick Newington, R 1947-49 2 yrs. 

Winifred McDonald . . . Waterbury, D 1949-51 2 yrs. 

♦Alice K. Leopold 3 Weston, R 1951-53 2yrs. 10m. 27d. 

Charles B. Keats 4 Bridgeport, R 1953-55 lyr. lm. 4d. 

Mildred P. Allen Hartford, R 1955-59 4 yrs. 

♦Ella T. Grasso Windsor Locks, D 1959-71 12 yrs. 

*Gloria SchafTer 5 Woodbridge, D 1971-78 7yrs. 8m. 19d. 

*Henry S. Cohn 6 West Hartford, D 1978-79 3m. 9d. 

^Barbara B. Kennelly . . .Hartford, D 1979- 

•Resigned November 30, 1953 to become Director of Women's Bureau, U. S. Labor 
Dept. 

♦Appointed December 1, 1953 by Governor John Lodge to fill the vacancy caused by 
the resignation of Alice K. Leopold. 

•"'Resigned September 25, 1978 to become a member of the Tederal Civil Aeronautics 
Board. 

fi Appointed Secretary of the State by Governor Ella Grasso effective September 25, 
1978 to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Gloria Schaffer. 



TREASURERS 



The State Treasurer receives all cash receipts of the State from the various depart- 
ments and institutions. He is custodian of and responsible for all State funds. He has 
the responsibility of investing the monies and has the custody of all securities of the 
various State pension, retirement and temporary funds. He is the custodian of all deeds 
covering state-owned property. He has the care and management of the School and the 
Agricultural College Funds. He is a member of the State Board of Canvassers, Banking 
Commission, Finance Advisory Committee, Connecticut Public Deposit Protection 
Commission, Executive Committee on Human Rights and Opportunities, and a member 
of various Bond Commissions. 

He appoints a deputy treasurer who is responsible for the office in his absence. In 
addition, subject to provision of Chapter 14 of the General Statutes, he appoints a Dep- 
uty Treasurer, who acts as an Investment Officer. The State Treasurer is bonded for the 
amount of $100,000 for the care and management of the School Fund; $200,000 as State 
Treasurer. The State Treasurer makes a complete report annually to the Governor of 
the receipts and expenditures of the State for the fiscal year ending on the 30th day of 
June preceding. He is elected for four years and receives an annual salary of $25,000. 
The names of those who are now living are marked *. Years 

Treasurer Town & Pol. Term of Service of Service 

Thomas Welles Hartford, O 1639-41 2 yrs. 

William Whiting Hartford, O 1641-48 7 yrs. 

Thomas Welles Hartford, O 1648-52 4 yrs. 

John Talcott Hartford, O 1652-78 26 yrs. 

William Pitkin Hart'ford, O 1678-79 1 yr. 

Joseph Whiting Hartford, O 1679-1718 39 yrs. 

John Whiting Hartford, O 1718-50 32 yrs. 

Nathaniel Stanly Hartford, O 1750-56 6 yrs. 

Joseph Talcott Hartford, O 1756-69 13 yrs. 

John Lawrence Hartford, O 1769-89 20 yrs. 

Jedediah Huntington. . . . Norwich, O 1789-90 1 yr. 

Peter Colt New Haven, O 1790-94 4 yrs. 

Andrew Kingsbury Hartford, O 1794-1818 24 yrs. 

Isaac Spencer E. Haddam, O 1818-35 17 yrs. 

Jeremiah Brown Hartford, O 1835-38 3 yrs. 

Hiram Ryder Willington, O 1838-42 4 yrs. 

Jabez L. White, Jr Bolton, O 1842-44 2 yrs. 

Joseph B. Gilbert Hartford, O 1844-46 2 yrs. 

Alonzo W. Birge Coventry, O 1846-47 1 yr. 

Joseph B. Gilbert Hartford, O 1847-49 2 yrs. 

Henry D. Smith Middletown, D 1849-51 2 yrs. 

Thomas Clark Coventry, W 1851-52 1 yr. 

Edwin Stearns Middletown, D 1852-54 2 yrs. 

Daniel Camp Middletown, W 1854—55 1 yr. 

Arthur B. Calef Middletown, AD 1855-56 1 yr. 

Frederick P. Coe Killingly, A 1856-57 1 yr. 

Frederick S. Wildman . Danbury, R 1857-58 1 yr. 

Lucius J. Hendee Hebron, A 1858-61 3 yrs. 

Ezra Dean Woodstock, R 1861-62 1 yr. 

Gabriel W. Coite Middletown, U 1862-66 4 yrs. 

Henry G. Taintor Hampton, R 1866-67 1 yr. 

Edward S. Moseley Hampton, D 1867-69 2 yrs. 

David P. Nichols Danbury, R 1869-70 1 yr. 

Charles M. Pond Hartford, D 1870-71 1 vr. 

David P. Nichols Danbury, R 1871-73 2 yrs. 

Wm. E. Raymond New Canaan, R 1873-77 4 yrs. 

Edwin A. Buck Windham, D 1877-79 2 yrs. 

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TREASURERS YcarJ 85 

Treasurer Town A Pol. Term of Service of Service 

Tallmadge Baker S. Norwalk, R 1879-81 2 yrs. 

David P. Nichols* . Danbury, R 1881-82 1 yr. 

James D. Smith Stamford, R 1882-83 1 yr. 

Alfred R. Goodrich Vernon, D 1883-85 2 yrs. 

V. B. Chamberlain New Britain, R 1885-87 2 yrs. 

Alexander Warner Ridgefield, R 1887-89 2 yrs. 

E. Stevens Henry Vernon, R 1889-93 4 yrs. 

Marvin H. Sanger Canterbury, D 1893-95 2 yrs. 

George W. Hodge Windsor, R 1895-97 2 yrs. 

Charles W. Grosvenor. . . Pomfret, R 1897-99 2 yrs. 

Charles S. Mersick New Haven, R 1899-1901 2 yrs. 

Henry H. Gallup Norwich, R 1901-05 4 yrs. 

James F. Walsh Greenwich, R 1905-07 2 yrs. 

Freeman F. Patten Stafford, R 1907-11 4 yrs. 

Costello Lippitt Norwich, R 1911-13 2 yrs. 

Edward S. Roberts Canaan, D 1913-15 2 yrs. 

F. S. Chamberlain New Britain, R 1915-19 4 yrs. 

G. Harold Gilpatric Putnam, R 1919-24 5yrs. 7m. lOd. 

Anson T. McCook 2 Hartford, R 1924 4 m. 21 d. 

Ernest E. Rogers New London, R 1925-29 4 yrs. 

Samuel R. Spencer Suffield, R 1929-31 2 yrs. 

Roy C. Wilcox Meriden, R 1931-33 2 yrs. 

J. William Hope Bridgeport, R 1933-35 2 yrs. 

John S. Addis* New Milford, D 1935-37 2yrs. 8m. 29d. 

•Thomas Hewes 4 Farmington, D 1937 1 m. 

Guy B. Holt W. Hartford, D 1937-39 lyr. 2m. 3d. 

Joseph E. Talbot Naugatuck, R 1939-41 2 yrs. 

Frank M. Anastasio. . . New Haven, D 1941-43 2 yrs. 

Carl M. Sharpe Abington, R 1943-45 2 yrs. 

♦William T. Carroll Torrington, D 1945-47 2 yrs. 

♦Joseph A. Adorno Middletown, R 1947-55 8 yrs. 

♦John Ottaviano, Jr New Haven, R 1955-59 4 yrs. 

♦John A. Speziale 5 Torrington, D 1959-61 2yrs. 10m. 8d. 

♦Donald J. Irwin 6 Norwalk, D 1961-63 lyr. lm. 20d. 

♦Gerald A. Lamb 7 Waterbury, D 1963-70 7yrs. lm. 2d. 

♦John A. Iorio 8 Waterbury, D 1970-71 10m. 28d. 

♦Robert I. Berdon 9 Branford, R 1971-73 2yrs. 5m. 22d 

♦Alden A. Ives 10 Glastonbury, R 1973-75 1 yr. 6m. 6d. 

♦Henry E. Parker New Haven, D 1975- 

'Died January 2, 1882, and James D. Smith was appointed by the Governor to fill the 
vacancy. 

*Anson T. McCook was appointed to succeed G. Harold Gilpatric, who resigned 
August 16, 1924. 

s J>ied September 29, 1937, and Thomas Hewes was appointed by the Governor to fill 
the vacancy. 

♦Resigned November 1, 1937, and Guy B. Holt was appointed by the Governor to fill 
the vacancy. 

'Resigned November 15, 1961 to become a Judge of the Court of Common Pleas. 

•Appointed November 20, 1961 by Governor Dempsey to fill the vacancy caused by 
the resignation of John A. Spezialc. 

7 Resigned February 11, 1970 to become Stale Bank Commissioner. 

^Appointed February 11, 1970 by Governor Dempsey to fill the vacancy caused by the 
resignation of Gerald A. Lamb. 

^Resigned June 28, 1973 to become Judge of the Superior Court. 
io Appointed June 29, 1973 by Governor Meskill to fill the vacancy caused by the 
resignation of Robert I. Berdon. Took oath of office on July 2, 1973. 



COMPTROLLERS 

The office of Comptroller was created in 1786 by virtue of an act of the General As- 
sembly and thereafter until 1838 appointments to this office were made by the General 
Assembly. The Constitutional Amendment of 1836 provided that the Comptroller be 
elected by the people, in a manner similar to that of other State Officers, and since the 
year 1838 this method has been in effect. 

Previous to the establishment of this office, orders on the Treasurer might be drawn 
by the Governor, or assistants, or by justices of the peace for sums under forty shillings. 
The Committee of the Pay-Table, which this office superseded, was originally established 
to liquidate and adjust accounts of expenses relating to the War of the Revolution. 

The Comptroller is required to adjust and settle all public accounts and demands, 
excepting grants and orders of the General Assembly. The prescribing of the mode of 
keeping and rendering all public accounts is his responsibility. Periodically, the Comp- 
troller renders an accounting of the State's financial operations. 

All obligations against the State, by purchase order, are approved and recorded by 
the Comptroller. The official accounting records of all State departments and institutions 
are maintained in his office. The compilation of employees' payrolls for all State depart- 
ments and institutions is another of his responsibilities, as is the providing of telephone 
service and standard forms. He also provides the administration of the various Retire- 
ment Systems other than Teachers' Retirement. 

The Comptroller, by direction of the General Assembly, administers numerous mis- 
cellaneous expense accounts of the State. The total expenditures from these accounts, 
plus the cost of operating the Comptroller's office, and the expenditures from trust funds 
whose payments originate in the Comptroller's office exceed $215,000,000 a year. 

He is a member and secretary of the Employees' Retirement Commission, records of 
which, together with Social Security, are administered in his office; a member of the 
State Board of Canvassers; a member of the following committees, State Employees' 
Group Insurance Commission, Expressway Bond Committee, State Bond Commission, 
State Banking Commission, and an ex-officio member of the State Insurance Purchasing 
Board, Finance Advisory Committee, Board to Assess Municipal Liability (Riots), 
Committee on Bonding of State Officers and Employees, Hardship Committee on School 
Building Grants, State Employees Group Hospitalization and Medical Insurance Com- 
mission, Tax Review Committee, Veterans' Bonus Appeal Board, Governor's Commit- 
tee on Intergovernmental Cooperation, Executive Committee on Human Rights and 
Opportunities, and the Connecticut Public Deposit Protection Commission. He is also, 
ex-officio, one of the Auditors of the Treasurer's accounts. 

Elected for a term of four years, the Comptroller receives an annual salary of $25,000. 

The names of those who are now living are marked *. 



Comptroller Town & Pol. 

James Wadsworth Durham, O 

Oliver Wolcott Litchfield, O 

Ralph Pomeroy Coventry, O 

Andrew Kingsbury Hartford, O 

John Porter Lebanon, O 

Elisha Colt Hartford, O 

James Thomas Hartford, O 

Elisha Phelps Simsbury, O 





Years 


Term of Service 


of Service 


1786-88 


2 yrs. 


1788-90 


2 yrs. 


1790-91 


lyr. 


1791-93 


2 yrs. 


1793-1806 


13 yrs. 


1806-19 


13 yrs. 


1819-30 


11 yrs. 


1830-34 


4 yrs. 



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COMPTROLLERS 
Comptroller Town & Pol. Term of Service 

Roger Huntington Norwich, O 1834-35 

Gideon Welles Hartford, D 1835-36 

William Field Pomfret, O 1836-38 

Henry Kilbourn Hartford, O 1838-42 

Gideon Welles Hartford, D 1842-44 

Abijah Carrington New Haven, O 1844-46 

Mason Cleveland Hampton, O 1846-47 

Abijah Catlin Harwinton, O 1847-50 

Rufus G. Pinney Stafford, D 1850-54 

John Dunham Norwich, W 1854-55 

Alexander Merrell New London, A 1855-56 

Edward Prentis New London, A 1856-57 

Joseph G. Lamb Norwich, AR 1857-58 

William H. Buell Clinton, R 1858-61 

Leman W. Cutler. Watertown, R 1861-66 

Robbins Battell Norfolk, U 1866-67 

Jesse Olney Stratford, D 1867-69 

James W. Manning Putnam, R 1869-70 

Seth S. Logan Washington, D 1870-71 

James W. Manning Putnam, R 1871-73 

Alfred R. Goodrich Vernon, D 1873-77 

Charles C. Hubbard Middletown, D 1877-79 

Chauncey Howard Coventry, R 1879-81 

Wheelock Batcheller Winsted, R 1881-83 

Frank D. Sloat New Haven, R 1883-85 

Luzerne I. Munson Waterbury, R 1885-87 

Thomas Clark N. Stonington, R 1887-89 

John B. Wright Clinton, R 1889-91 

Nicholas Staub New Milford, D 1891-95 

Benjamin P. Mead New Canaan, R 1895-99 

Thompson S. Grant Enfield, R 1899-1901 

Abiram Chamberlain Meriden, R 1901-03 

William E. Seeley Bridgeport, R 1903-05 

Asahel W. Mitchell Woodbury, R 1905-07 

Thomas D. Bradstreet . . . Thomaston, R 1907-13 

Daniel P. Dunn Windham, D 1913-15 

Morris C. Webster Torrington, R 1915-21 

Harvey P. Bissell Ridgefield, R 1921-23 

Frederick M. Salmon Westport, R 1923-33 

Anson F. Keeler Norwalk, R 1933-35 

Charles C. Swartz Norwalk, D 1935-39 

Fred R. Zeller Stonington, R 1939-^1 

John M. Dowe Killmgly, D 1941^3 

Fred R. Zeller Stonington, R 1943-^5 



87 



Years 
of Service 

1 yr. 

1 yr. 

2 yrs. 
4 yrs. 
2 yrs. 

2 yrs. 
1 yr. 

3 yrs. 

4 yrs. 
1 yr. 
lyr. 

1 yr. 
1 yr. 

3 yrs. 

5 yrs. 

1 yr. 

2 yrs. 
lyr. 

1 yr. 

2 yrs. 

4 yrs. 
2 yrs. 
2 yrs. 
2 yrs. 
2 yrs. 
2 yrs. 
2 yrs. 
2 yrs. 
4 yrs. 
4 yrs. 
2 yrs. 
2 yrs. 
2 yrs. 
2 yrs. 

6 yrs. 
2 yrs. 
6 yrs. 
2 yrs. 

10 yrs. 
2 yrs. 
4 yrs. 
2 yrs. 
2 yrs. 
2 yrs. 



88 



COMPTROLLERS 



Comptroller Town & Pol. 

John M. Dowe 1 Killingly, D 

•Raymond S. Thatcher. . . E. Hampton, D 

Fred R. Zeller Stonington, R 

♦Raymond S. Thatcher. . . E. Hampton, D 

Fred R. Zeller Stonington, R 

•Raymond S. Thatcher 2 . . E. Hampton, D 

•James J. Casey 8 Winchester, D 

•Louis I. Gladstone Bridgeport, D 

•Nathan G. Agostinelli . . . Manchester, R 
•J. Edward Caldwell Bridgeport, D 





Years 


n of Service 


of Service 


1945-46 


1 yr. 4 m. 


1946-47 


7 m. 24 d. 


1947-49 


2 yrs. 


1949-51 


2 yrs. 


1951-59 


8 yrs. 


1959-66 


7 yrs. 6 m. 10 d. 


1966-67 


5 m. 16 d. 


1967-71 


4 yrs. 


1971-75 


4 yrs. 


1975- 





>Died in office May 15, 1946 and Raymond S. Thatcher **s appointed by the General 
Assembly to fill the vacancy. 

2 Resigned July 19, 1966 to become a member of the Public Utilities Commission. 

'Appointed by the Governor July 19, 1966 to fill the unexpired term of Raymond S. 
Thatcher. 



ATTORNEYS GENERAL 



The office of Attorney General was created by the General Assembly of 1897. The 
incumbent is elected by the people, in the same manner as the other State officers and must 
be an attorney-at-law of at least ten years active practice at the Bar of this State. 

His duties include a general supervision over all legal matters in which the State is an 
interested party, except those over which prosecuting officers have direction. He is required 
to appear for the State, the several elective State officers, the State boards, commissions, 
agents, etc., and institutions, in all suits and other civil proceedings, excepting upon 
criminal recognizances and bail bonds, in which the State is a party or is interested, or in 
which the official acts and doings of said officers are called in question in any couit or 
other tribunal. He is called upon to give his opinion upon questions of law submitted to 
him by either branch of the General Assembly, to appear before legislative committees, 
when measures affecting the State treasury are pending, and take such action as he may 
deem to be for the best interests of the State, and act as general counsel for State officials in 
matters pertaining to their official duties. 

He is elected for a term of four years and receives an annual salary of $38,500. 
The names of those who are now living are marked*. 

Years 
Attorney General Town & Pol. Term of Service of Service 

Charles Phelps Vernon, R 1899-1903 4 yrs. 

William A. King Windham, R 1903-07 4 yrs. 

Marcus H. Holcomb 1 Southington, R 1907-10 3 yrs. 8 m. 9 d. 

John H. Light 2 Norwalk, R 1910-15 4 yrs. 3 m. 21 d. 

George E. Hinman Windham, R 1915-19 4 yrs. 

Frank E. Healy Windsor Locks, R 1919-27 8 yrs. 

Benjamin W. Ailing New Britain, R 1927-31 4 yrs. 

Warren B. Burrows Groton, R 1931-35 4 yrs. 

Edward J. Daly 3 Hartford, D 1935-37 2 yrs. 9 m. 22 d. 

Chas. J. McLaughlin* W. Hartford, D 1937-38 1 yr. 2 m. 

Dennis P. O'Connor 5 Hartford, D 1938-39 1 m. 13 d. 

Francis A. Pallotti 1 Hartford, R 1939-45 6 yrs. 6 m. 

•William L. Hadden 6 West Haven, R 1945-51 5 yrs. 6 m. 20 d. 

George C. Conway 1 Guilford, R 1951-53 2 yrs. 7 m. 20 d. 

William L. Beers 7 New Haven, R 1953-55 1 yr. 4 m. 1 1 d. 

♦John J. Bracken Hartford, R 1955-59 4 yrs. 

Albert L. Coles 1 Bridgeport, D 1959-63 4 yrs. 7 m. 22 d. 

•Harold M. Mulvey 8 New Haven, D 1963-67 4 yrs. 2 m. 17 d. 

♦Robert K. Killian 9 Hartford. D 1967-75 7 yrs lm 22d 

*Carl R. Ajello Ansonia, D 1975- 

1 Resigned to become a judge of the Superior Court. 

2 Appointed September 15. 1910, by Governor Weeks, to fill unexpired term of 
Marcus H. Holcomb. Elected for a full term of 4 years in November, 1910. 

•Appointed a judge of the Superior Court, effective September 22, 1937. 

4 Appointed by the Governor, September 22, 1937, to fill the unexpired term of Edward 
J. Daly. 

•Appointed by the Governor, November 21, 1938, to fill the unexpired term of Charles 
J. McLaughlin, who resigned to become Tax Commissioner. 

•Appointed by the Governor, June 13, 1945, to fill the unexpired term of Francis A. 
Pallotti who resigned to become a judge of the Superior Court. 

'Appointed by the Governor, to fill the unexpired term of George C. Conway, who 
resigned to become a judge of the Superior Court, effective August 24, 1953. 

•Appointed by the Governor, August 29, 1963. to fill the unexpired term of Albert L. 
Coles who resigned to become a judge of the Superior Court; elected for a fuli term 
November 8. 1966; resigned November 16. 1967 to become a judge of the Superior Court, 
effective January 1, 1968. 

•Appointed by the Governor, November 16. 1967, to fill the unexpired term of Harold 
M. Mulvey. Elected for a full term November 3, 1970. 

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CHIEF JUSTICES 



The highest court in Connecticut was the General Assembly, until 1784, when it 
relinquished its functions as an appellate tribunal to the upper house, which, when sitting 
for these purposes, was designated as the Supreme Court of Errors. The presiding officer or 
Chief Judge was at first the Deputy Governor, and later the Governor. In 1807 the mem- 
bership of this court was completely changed by substituting, under an Act of the preceding 
year, the Judges of the Superior Court, the Chief Judge of which became the presiding 
officer. The customary appellation was for some years, Chief Judge, but in the Constitution 
of 1818 the term Chief Justice was employed and confirmed a practice already established 
in that respect. 

The names of those who are now living are marked*. 
Chief Judge Town 

Gurdon Saltonstall New London 

Nathan Gold Fairfield 

William Pitkin Hartford 

Nathan Gold Fairfield 

Peter Burr Fairfield 

Jonathan Law Milford 

Roger Wolcott Windsor 

Thomas Fitch Norwalk 

William Pitkin Hartford 

Jonathan Trumbull Lebanon 

Matthew Griswold Lyme 

Samuel Huntington Norwich 

Richard Law New London 

Eliphalet Dyer Windham 

Andrew Adams Litchfield 

Jesse Root Hartford 



Term 


Term 


eginning 


Ending 


1711 


1712 


1712 


1713 


1713 


1714 


1714 


1723 


1723 


1725 


1725 


1741 


1741 


1750 


1750 


1754 


1754 


1766 


1766 


1769 


1769 


1784 


1784 


1785 


1785 


1789 


1789 


1793 


1793 


1798 


1798 


1807 



THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF CHIEF JUSTICES SINCE THE 
PRESENT FORM OF ORGANIZATION WAS ADOPTED 



Chief Justice Town 

Stephen Mix Mitchell Wethersfield 

Tapping Reeve Litchfield 

Zephaniah Swift Windham 

Stephen Titus Hosmer Middletown 

David Daggett New Haven 

Thomas Scott Williams Hartford 

Samuel Church Sharon 

Henry Matson Waite Lyme 

William Lucius Storrs Hartford 

Joel Hinman Waterbury 

Thomas Belden Butler Norwalk 

Origen Storrs Seymour Litchfield 

John Duane Park Norwich 

Charles B. Andrews Litchfield 

David Torrance Derby 



Term 


Term 


Beginning 


Ending 


1807 


1814 


1814 


1815 


1815 


1819 


1819 


1833 


1833 


1834 


1834 


1847 


1847 


1854 


1854 


1857 


1857 


1861 


1861 


1870 


1870 


1873 


1873 


1874 


1874 


1889 


1889 


1901 


1901 


1907 



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CHIEF JUSTICES 9 1 

Term Term 

Chief Justice Town Beginning Ending 

Simeon E. Baldwin New Haven 1907 1910 

Frederic B. Hall Bridgeport 1910 1913 

Samuel O. Prentice Hartford 1913 1920 

George W. Wheeler Bridgeport 1920 1930 

William M. Maltbie Granby 1930 1950 

Allyn L. Brown Norwich 1950 1953 

Ernest A. Inglis Middletown 1953 1957 

Patrick B. O'Sullivan 1 Orange 1957 1957 

Kenneth Wynne 2 Woodbridge 1957 1958 

Edward J. Daly 8 Hartford 1958 1959 

♦Raymond E. Baldwin 4 Middletown 1959 1963 

John Hamilton King 5 Willimantic 1963 1970 

♦Howard Wells Alcorn 6 Suffield 1970 1971 

♦Charles S. House 7 Manchester 1971 1978 

*John P. Cotter 8 West Hartford 1978 



'Appointed Chief Justice effective April 16, 1957; retired by limitation of age on 
August 11, 1957. 

2 Appointed Chief Justice effective August 11, 1957 in succession to Patrick B. 
O'Sullivan. 

3 Appointed Chief Justice effective May 6, 1958 in succession to Kenneth Wynne, who 
retired by limitation of age on May 5, 1958. 

♦Appointed Chief Justice by the Governor, July 24, 1959 in succession to Edward J. 
Daly, who died July 20, 1959. 

5 Appointed Chief Justice effective August 31, 1963 in succession to Raymond E. 
Baldwin, who retired by limitation of age on said date. 

^Appointed Chief Justice effective April 21, 1970 in succession to John Hamilton King, 
who retired by limitation of age on said date. 

7 Appointed Chief Justice effective May 14, 1971 in succession to Howard Wells 
Alcorn, who retired by limitation of age on said date. 

8 Appointed Chief Justice effective April 24, 1978 in succession to Charles S. 
House, who retired by limitation of age on said date. 



SPEAKERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF 
CONNECTICUT SINCE 1819 



The names of those who are now living are marked*. 

Term 
Names Town & Pol. of Service 

David Plant Stratford, O 1819, 20 

Elisha Phelps Simsbury, O 1821 

Seth P. Beers Litchfield, O 1822, 23 

Ralph I. Ingersoll New Haven, O 1824 

Samuel A. Foot Cheshire, R* 1825, 26 

Ebenezer Young Killingly, O 1827, 28 

Elisha Phelps Simsbury, O 1829 

Henry W. Edwards New Haven, D 1830 

Martin Welles Wethersfield, O 1831, 32 

Samuel Ingham Saybrook, O 1833 

Roger Huntington 1 Norwich, O 1834 

William L. Storrs Middletown, O 1834 

Samuel Ingham 2 Saybrook, O 1835 

Chauncey F. Cleveland Hampton, D 1835, 36 

Stillman K. Wightman Middletown, O 1837 

William W. Boardman New Haven, W 1838, 39 

Charles J. McCurdy Lyme, O 1840, 41 

Stillman K. Wightman Middletown, O 1842 

Noyes Billings New London, O 1843 

Charles J. McCurdy Lyme, O 1844 

William W. Boardman New Haven, W 1845 

Cyrus H. Beardslee Monroe, D 1846 

LaFayette S. Foster Norwich, W 1847, 48 

John C. Lewis Plymouth, F 1849 

Origen S. Seymour Litchfield, D 1850 

Samuel Ingham Saybrook, D 1851 

Charles B. Phelps Woodbury, D 1852 

William W. Eaton Hartford, D 1853 

LaFayette S. Foster 3 Norwich, W 1&54 

Green Kendrick Waterbury, W 1854 

Austin Baldwin Middletown, A 1855 

Green Kendrick Waterbury, W 1856 

Eliphalet A. Bulkeley Hartford, U 1857 

Alfred A. Burnham Windham, R 1858 

Oliver H. Perry Fairfield, R 1859, 60 

Augustus Brandegee 4 New London, R 1861 

Henry C. Deming Hartford, D 1861 

Josiah M. Carter Norwalk, R 1862 

'Resigned May 24, 1834, having been appointed Comptroller, and William L. Storrs 
was appointed to fill the vacancy. 

'Resigned May 15, 1835, and Chauncey F. Cleveland was chosen to fill the vacancy. 

'Resigned June 8, 1854, having been elected U. S. Senator, and Green Kendrick was 
chosen to fill the vacancy. 

4 At a special session held Oct. 9, 1861, the speaker, Mr. Brandegee, being detained 
from the House by illness, Mr. Deming was chosen speaker, pro tempore. 

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SPEAKERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 93 

Term 

Names Town & Pol. of Service 

Chauncey F. Cleveland Hampton, R 1863 

John S. Rice Farmington, U 1864 

Eleazer K. Foster New Haven, R 1865 

David Gallup Plainfield, U 1866 

John T. Wait Norwich, U 1867 

Charles Ives East Haven, R 1868 

Orville H. Piatt Meriden, R 1869 

LaFayette S. Foster 5 Norwich, R 1870 

Alfred A. Burnham Windham, R 1870 

Edwin H. Bugbee Killingly, R 1871 

Amos S. Treat Woodbridge, R 1872 

William W. Eaton Hartford, D 1873 

Tilton E. Doolittle New Haven, D 1874 

Charles Durand Derby, R 1875 

Thomas M. Waller New London, D 1876 

Lynde Harrison Guilford, R 1877 

Charles H. Briscoe Enfield, R 1878 

Dexter R. Wright New Haven, R 1879 

Dwight Marcy Vernon, R 1880 

William C. Case Granby, R 1881 

John M. Hall Windham, R 1882 

Charles H. Pine Derby, R 1883 

Henry B. Harrison New Haven, R 1884 

William Edgar Simonds Canton, R 1885 

John A. Tibbits New London, R 1886 

Heusted W. R. Hoyt Greenwich, R 1887 

John H. Perry Fairfield, R 1889 

Allen W. Paige Huntington, R 1891 

Isaac W. Brooks Tornngton, R 1893 

Samuel Fessenden Stamford, R 1895 

Joseph L. Barbour Hartford, R 1897 

Frank B. Brandegee New London, R 1899 

John H. Light Norwalk, R 1901 

Michael Kenealy Stamford, R 1903 

Marcus H. Holcomb Southington, R 1905 

John Q. Tilson New Haven, R 1907 

Elmore S. Banks Fairfield, R 1909 

Frederick A. Scott Plymouth, R 1911 

Morris C. Webster Harwinton, R 1913 

Frank E. Healy Windsor Locks, R 1915, 17 

James F. Walsh Greenwich, R 1919 

Frederick W. Huxford Stamford, R 1921 

Leonard J. Nickerson Cornwall, R 1923 

Elbert L. Darbie Killingly, R 1925 

John H. Hill Shelton, R 1927 

Samuel A. Eddy North Canaan, R 1929 

•Howard W. Alcorn Suffield, R 1931 

5 Rcsigncd June 16, 1870, having been chosen Judge of Supreme Court of Errors and 
Alfred A. Burnham of Windham was chosen to fill the vacancy. 



94 



SPEAKERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 



Term 

Names Town & Pol. of Service 

William Hanna Bethel, R 1933 

J. Mortimer Bell Salisbury, R 1937 

Walter Howe Litchfield, R 1939 

•Hugh Meade Alcorn, Jr Suffield, R 1941 

Harold E. Mitchell West Hartford, R 1943 

•E. Lea Marsh, Jr Old Lyme, R 1945 

Frederick H. Holbrook Madison, R 1947 

♦John R. Thim Hamden, R 1949 

•Mansfield D. Sprague New Canaan, R 1951 

•Arthur E. B. Tanner Woodbury, R 1953 

• W. Sheffield Cowles Farmington, R 1955 

•Nelson C. L. Brown, II Groton, R 1957 

•William J. O'Brien, Jr Portland, D 1959 

•Anthony E. Wallace Simsbury, R 1961 

•J. Tyler Patterson, Jr Old Lyme, R 1963, 65 

•Robert J. Testo Bridgeport, D 1967 

•William R. Ratchford Danbury, D 1969, 71, 72 

♦Francis J. Collins Brookfield Center, R 1973, 74 

♦James J. Kennelly Hartford, D 1975, 76, 

77,78 

*Ernest N. Abate Stamford, D 1979 



SECTION II 
BIOGRAPHIES AND PHOTOGRAPHS 

President of the United States 
Connecticut Elective State Officers 



United States Senators 
from Connecticut 



United States Representatives 
from Connecticut 



Leaders of the 
1979-1980 Connecticut General Assembly 



Justices of the 
Connecticut Supreme Court 



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JIMMY CARTER 
The President 



JIMMY CARTER 
The President 

JIMMY CARTER, Democrat, the 39th President of the United States, 
was born October 1, 1924 in Plains, Georgia, a small town in the south- 
western part of the state. His father, James Earl Carter, Sr., was a farmer; 
his mother, Lillian, is a nurse. 

The President was educated in the Plains public schools, entered the 
Naval ROTC program at Georgia Institute of Technology and was gradu- 
ated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1947. He did postgraduate work at 
Union College in Schenectady, New York, 1952. 

During his naval career, he was stationed in California, Virginia, Hawaii 
and Connecticut. He was later assigned to the nuclear submarine program 
directed by Admiral Hyman Rickover. 

Following his father's death in 1953, he resigned his commission and 
returned to Plains to run the family peanut farm and warehouse. He 
started a fertilizer and seed business which grew into a profitable enter- 
prise. He resettled into his home community as deacon and Sunday School 
teacher of the Plains Baptist Church, chairman of the Sumter County 
School Board and first president of the Georgia Planning Association. 

In 1962, he was elected to the Georgia Senate. Four years later, he 
waged his first gubernatorial campaign. In 1970, he was elected Georgia's 
76th governor. While governor, he visited a number of countries in Latin 
America, Western Europe and the Middle East. As a member of the Tri- 
lateral Commission, he periodically met with leaders from Western Eu- 
rope, North America and Japan to discuss matters of mutual interest. His 
fellow governors selected him to serve as chairman of the Southern Re- 
gional Education Board, the Appalachian Regional Commission, the 
Coastal Plains Regional Action Planning Commission and the Southern 
Growth Policies Board. 

In 1973, he became the Democratic Party's National Chairman for the 
1974 elections. He announced his candidacy for the Democratic presi- 
dential nomination on December 12, 1974, and won his party's nomination 
at the 1976 Democratic National Convention on the first ballot. Jimmy 
Carter was elected President on November 2, 1976 with 297 electoral 
votes and 50.1 percent of the popular vote. 

President Carter's autobiography Why Not the Best was published in 
1975. Hobbies he has enjoyed include fishing, hunting and bottle col- 
lecting. 

The President was married to Rosalynn Smith on July 7, 1946. They 
have three sons and one daughter: Jack, born July 3, 1947; Chip, born 
April 12, 1950; Jeff, born August 18, 1952; and Amy, born October 19, 
1967. 



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ELLA GRASSO 
Governor 



ELLA GRASSO 
Governor 

ELLA TAMBUSSI GRASSO, Democrat, assumed office January 8, 
1975 as 83rd Governor of Connecticut; inaugurated for second term Janu- 
ary 3, 1979. 

Born in Windsor Locks, Connecticut, May 10, 1919, daughter of the 
late James and Maria (Oliva) Tambussi. 

Attended St. Mary's School, Windsor Locks; Chaffee School, Windsor; 
Mt. Holyoke College, B.A., 1940, M.A., 1942. 

Elected to Congress 1970; reelected 1972. Served on the House Vet- 
erans' Affairs Committee; House Education and Labor Committee. 

Member, Connecticut House of Representatives 1953 and 1955 ses- 
sions; Secretary of the State 1958, reelected 1962 and 1966; delegate 
from Sixth Congressional District to Constitutional Convention, Demo- 
cratic Floor Leader of Convention and Chairman of Commission to 
Prepare for Constitutional Convention 1965. 

Married to Thomas A. Grasso, D.Ed.; two children, Susane and James. 

Residence address, Woodland Hollow 2, Windsor Lx>cks, Conn. 06096. 



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WILLIAM A. O'NEILL 
Lieutenant Governor 



WILLIAM A. O'NEILL 

Lieutenant Governor 

WILLIAM A. O'NEILL, Democrat, of East Hampton, Connecticut, 
was born in Hartford on August 11, 1930. He attended local East 
Hampton schools; graduated from East Hampton High School; was 
educated at New Britain Teachers' College and the University of Hart- 
ford. He owns and operates O'Neill's Restaurant in East Hampton. 

Active in civic affairs, he is a past member of the East Hampton 
Zoning Board of Appeals, a former member of the East Hampton Board 
of Finance, a former member of the East Hampton Fire District Com- 
mission, a member and past president of the Chamber of Commerce of 
East Hampton, a member of the Benevolent Protective Order of Elks of 
Middletown, a member of the American Legion and the Veterans of 
Foreign Wars, a member of the Loyal Order of Moose. He was a com- 
bat flier with the U.S. Air Force, Korean War (1950-53). 

Lt. Governor O'Neill has served with the Democratic Town Com- 
mittee of East Hampton since 1954. He was elected to his sixth term in 
the House of Representatives in November 1976 and served as Assistant 
House Majority Leader in the 1971-72 sessions, as Assistant House 
Minority Leader in the 1973-74 sessions, as Majority Leader in the 1975- 
76 and the 1977-78 sessions. He served as Chairman of the House Com- 
mittee on Executive Nominations. He served for 6 years on the Governor's 
Finance Advisory Committee. He received the American Legion, Depart- 
ment of Connecticut, award as Outstanding Legislative Leader in 1974. 
He served as State Chairman of the Ella Grasso for Governor Committee 
in 1974, and was Chairman of the Democratic State Party from April 
1975 to July 1978. 

He resides in East Hampton with his wife, Natalie. 



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BARBARA B. KENNELLY 
Secretary of the State 



BARBARA B. KENNELLY 

Secretary of the State 

BARBARA B. KENNELLY, Democrat, was born in Hartford, Con- 
necticut, on July 10, 1936, the daughter of John and Barbara (Leary) 
Bailey. 

A graduate of Mount St. Joseph Academy, West Hartford, Secretary 
Kennelly received a B.A. in Economics from Trinity College, Washington, 
D.C., 1958. Secretary Kennelly graduated from the Harvard-RadclifTe 
School of Business Administration, 1959, and received a Master's Degree 
in Government from Trinity College, Hartford, 1971. 

Elected Secretary of the State in 1978, Secretary Kennelly served as a 
member of the Hartford Court of Common Council from 1975-78. As 
Councilman, she was Chairman of the Hartford City Council Education, 
Public Safety and Zoning Committee; Chairman of the Special Committee 
to Investigate the Hartford Coliseum Roof Failure; and served as Vice 
Chairman of the Hartford Commission on Aging from 1971-75. 

Secretary Kennelly has served as a Hartford Representative and Execu- 
tive Committee Secretary of the Capitol Region Council of Governments; 
as President of the Catholic Family Services Board of Directors; Connecti- 
cut Representative to the National Advocate's Committee on the Arts, 
Washington, D.C.; and Chairman of the Applications for President Car- 
ter's Connecticut "Friendship Flight" Committee, in exchange with Israel. 
Secretary Kennelly is a former member of the State Commission on Hu- 
man Services; the Hartford Democratic Town Committee; and member 
of the Alumnae Board of Directors of Trinity College, Washington, D.C. 

Married on September 26, 1959 to James J. Kennelly, State Representa- 
tive from the First Assembly District, Secretary Kennelly and her husband 
reside in Hartford with their four children, Eleanor Bride, 18; Barbara 
Leary, 16; Louise Moran, 15; and John Bailey, 9. 



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HENRY E. PARKER 

Treasurer 



HENRY E. PARKER 
Treasurer 

HENRY ELLSWORTH PARKER, Democrat, is a native of Baltimore, 
Maryland, who migrated to New Haven in 1957 to direct New Haven's first 
community school. 

He has a Bachelor of Science degree from Hampton Institute, Virginia, 
and a Masters Degree from Southern Connecticut State College, both in 
education. In the past ten years Mr. Parker has become a successful busi- 
ness man, who has served on a number of related boards such as The 
Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce, Connecticut Savings Bank, 
and the Greater New Haven Business and Professional Men's Association. 
The latter gave him an award in 1969 for outstanding contribution to Black 
Economic and Business development. Additionally, in 1975 Mr. Parker 
was awarded the Prince Hall Mason's Bicentennial Award for outstanding 
contributions and service in the interest of mankind. The Connecticut State 
Federation of Black Democratic Clubs chose him to receive its highest 
award in recognition of all he had done for the people of our State, and 
also, because of his tireless efforts on behalf of the Federation. Recently, 
the Treasurer was honored at Hampton Institute on Founder's Day, receiv- 
ing the Presidential Award for Outstanding Citizenship. 

In 1976, the Treasurer was Coordinator of the Martin Luther King, Jr. 
Statewide Committee, which resulted in the establishment of the first offi- 
cial State holiday in honor of a Black American. For his efforts, he was 
honored with the NAACP Civil Rights Award, that organization's highest 
award. In January of 1977, he received the Prince Hall Acres Camper of 
the Year Award for outstanding service to Connecticut's youth from the 
Prince Hall Acres Camp. 

A leader in the New Haven community, Mr. Parker was founder and 
first chairman of the Greater New Haven Black Coalition. He first attract- 
ed attention politically as an articulate and credible Democratic Mayoral 
candidate in 1969 and 1971. He was chairman of the Democratic State 
Convention for Lieutenant Governor. 

In the realm of community service he has served as a director of the 
Yale-New Haven Hospital. United Way of Greater New Haven, and a 
member of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. 

As Treasurer, Mr. Parker is responsible for the State's cash management, 
the issuance of State bonds, and the investment of a billion dollar pension 
fund. In the latter, he has instituted a new policy of active bond manage- 
ment with an emphasis on the balanced investment approach. He has reor- 
ganized the Investment Division and has increased the professional staff. 
Further, he developed and implemented a policy of corporate social respon- 
sibility for institutions conducting business with the Treasurer's Office. In 
addition, he is a member of numerous State boards and commissions. In 
July, 1978, he was elected to serve on the Board of Directors of the Inves- 
tors Responsibility Research Center. 

Mr. Parker and his wife, the former Janette Johnson, reside in New Ha- 
ven with their two children, Curtis and Janet. 

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J. EDWARD CALDWELL 
Comptroller 



J. EDWARD CALDWELL 

Comptroller 

J. EDWARD CALDWELL, Democrat, became the fifty-fourth man to 
hold the office of Comptroller for the State of Connecticut on January 
8, 1975, and was reelected for a second term in 1978. 

A native of Bridgeport, Mr. Caldwell has served as both Majority 
Leader of the State Senate (1971, 1972) and Deputy Minority Leader 
(1973, 1974) during his eight consecutive terms as State Senator from 
the Twenty-Third Senatorial District of Bridgeport. He has been Chair- 
man of the Senate Committees on Appropriations, Elections, Banks and 
Claims, and a member of the Committees on Legislative Management, 
Judiciary and Governmental Functions, Finance, Regulation Review, 
Program Review, and the Rules Committee. He was also Chairman of 
the Bridgeport Democratic Town Committee. 

The Comptroller is a graduate of St. Charles School and Fairfield 
College Preparatory School and was graduated cum laude from Fairfield 
University and the University of Connecticut Law School. The Fairfield 
University Alumni Association chose him as "Man of the Year" in 1967. 

A World War II Army Veteran, Mr. Caldwell serves on the Regional 
Council for Housatonic Community College, the Board of Trustees for 
Bridgeport Hospital, the President's Advisory Board and the Board of 
Trustees for the Center for Financial Studies at Fairfield University and 
the Board of Trustees for Our Lady of Mercy Academy. He is a member 
of the St. Charles Holy Name Society, Elks, Ancient Order of Hibernians, 
Knights of Columbus, American Legion, the Bridgeport and Connecticut 
Bar Associations and the East Bridgeport Business and Professional Men's 
Anchor Club. He was Corporation Counsel for the City of Bridgeport in 
1969-70. As Comptroller, Mr. Caldwell serves on numerous state boards, 
commissions and committees. In addition, he is Chairman of the Gov- 
ernor's Committee on Intergovernmental Cooperation. 

Mr. Caldwell resides in Bridgeport with his wife, the former Eileen 
Young, and their six children: Kathleen, Edward, James, Patricia, John 
and Robert. 



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CARL R. AJELLO 
Attorney General 



CARL R. AJELLO 

Attorney General 

CARL R. AJELLO, Democrat, of Ansonia, Connecticut, was born in 
Ansonia on August 22, 1932. The son of Carl R. and Kathryn Flanigan 
Ajello, Sr., he attended Ansonia schools and was graduated from the 
University of Connecticut, B.S., 1953, and New York University, School 
of Law, LL.B., J.D.S., 1956; admitted to the Connecticut Bar, July, 1956. 

He served with the U.S. Army, Judge Advocate General's Corps from 
1957-1960, entering as a Lieutenant and discharged with the rank of 
Captain. He was discharged from U.S. Army Reserves in 1968. 

He was elected Justice of the Peace, City of Ansonia, for the 1960-1962 
term and served as Corporation Counsel, City of Ansonia, from 1965 
through 1968. Member of the Connecticut General Assembly since 1963; 
served as Assistant House Majority Leader in the 1967 session, House 
Majority Leader in the 1969 and 1971-72 sessions; House Minority Leader 
in the 1973-74 sessions. 

A partner in the law firm of Ajello, Hoyle and Sponheimer with 
offices in Ansonia, he was presented the Distinguished Service Award 
of the Ansonia Jaycees in 1965 and is listed in "Who's Who in America." 

He is a member of the Connecticut Bar, American Bar and Naugatuck 
Valley Bar Association, National Legislative Conference Committee on 
Federal and Intergovernmental Relations, National Association of Attor- 
neys General of which he is Vice Chairman of the Eastern Region, a mem- 
ber of the National Executive Committee and Chairman of the Committee 
on Charitable Trusts and Solicitations; corporator of the Savings Bank of 
Ansonia, the Griffin Hospital and the Julia Day Nursery. 

His hobbies include sports, softball, golf, tennis, swimming, and instru- 
mental music. 

He resides at Pulaski Highway in Ansonia, with his wife, the former Jac- 
queline Culmo of Ansonia, and their two children, Michele and Carl III. 



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ABRAHAM A. RIBICOFF 
United States Senator 



ABRAHAM A. RIBICOFF 

United States Senator 

ABRAHAM A. RIBICOFF, Democrat, of Hartford, Connecticut; born 
in New Britain, Connecticut, April 9, 1910; attended public schools of 
New Britain, Connecticut, New York University and University of Chi- 
cago Law School, LL.B. 1933; holds honorary degrees from 23 colleges 
and universities; lawyer; member of the Connecticut General Assembly, 
1939-42; municipal judge, Hartford, 1941-43 and 1945-47; elected to 
Congress, 1948; reelected, 1950; elected Governor of Connecticut, 1954; 
reelected, 1958; Secretary, Department of Health, Education, and Wel- 
fare, 1961-62; elected to the United States Senate, November 6, 1962; 
reelected to the United States Senate for a third term, November 5, 1974. 
He is chairman of the Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs 
and serves on the Finance and Joint Economic committees. Senator 
Ribicoff is married to the former Lois Mathes and has two children and 
four grandchildren. 

Residence address, Cornwall Bridge, Conn. 06754; office address, 337 
Russell Senate Office Bldg., Washington, D.C. 20510; 450 Main Street, 
Hartford, Conn. 06103. 



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LOWELL P. WEICKER, JR. 

United States Senator 



LOWELL P. WEICKER, JR. 

United States Senator 

LOWELL P. WEICKER, JR., Republican, of Connecticut; born in 
Paris, France, May 16, 1931; graduated Lawrenceville, 1949; Yale Uni- 
versity, 1953, B.A., Political Science; University of Virginia, 1958, LL.B.; 
1st Lt., U.S. Army Artillery, 1953-55; Captain, USAR, 1959-64; State 
Representative in Connecticut General Assembly, elected in 1962 and 
1966; First Selectman, Town of Greenwich, elected 1963 and 1965; U.S. 
House of Representatives from the 4th Congressional District, elected 
November 5, 1968; U.S. Senate, elected November 3, 1970, reelected 
November 2, 1976; member, Senate Committee on Appropriations; Sen- 
ate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources; Ranking Republican 
on the Senate Select Committee on Small Business. 

Residence address, Tanners Court, Stonington, Conn. 06378; Washing- 
ton residence, 8311 East Blvd. Dr., Alexandria, Va. 22308; office, 313 Rus- 
sell Senate Office Bldg., Washington, D.C. 20510, phone (202) 224-4041; 
state offices, Room 102, Federal Bldg., 915 Lafayette Blvd., Bridgeport 
06604, phone 335-0195 and 1-800-972-4239; and 1 Financial Plaza, Hart- 
ford 06103, phone 244-2882. 



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WILLIAM R. COTTER 
U.S. Representative, First District, Connecticut 



WILLIAM R. COTTER 

U.S. Representative, First District, Connecticut 

WILLIAM R. COTTER, Democrat, of Hartford, Connecticut; born in 
Hartford, Connecticut, July 18, 1926; attended Hartford Public Schools; 
graduated Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut, with a B.A. Degree in 
Economics and History in 1949; elected to the Court of Common Council, 
Hartford, Connecticut, 1953; Aide to Governor Abraham A. Ribicoff, 
1955-57; Deputy Insurance Commissioner, State of Connecticut, 1957-64; 
Insurance Commissioner, State of Connecticut, 1964-70; Treasurer of 
Democratic State Central Committee, 1963-76; elected to the 92nd Con- 
gress November 3, 1970; reelected to the 93rd, 94th, 95th and 96th Con- 
gresses; Member of House Ways and Means Committee and its Subcom- 
mittees on Trade and Social Security; Member New England Congressional 
Caucus; Member Steering Committee Northeast-Midwest Economic Ad- 
vancement Coalition; Chairman of the Coalition Task Force on Tax Ex- 
penditures; New England Democratic Regional Whip; Member Board of 
Trustees Holy Apostles College, Cromwell, Connecticut. 

Residence address, 247 Fairfield Avenue, Hartford, Connecticut 06114; 
office address, 2134 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, D.C. 
20515; Hartford office, 450 Main Street, Hartford, Connecticut 06103. 



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CHRISTOPHER J. DODD 
U.S. Representative, Second District, Connecticut 



CHRISTOPHER J. DODD 

U.S. Representative. Second District, Connecticut 

CHRISTOPHER JOHN DODD, Democrat; born in Willimantic. Con- 
necticut, May 27, 1944. 

Elected to the 94th Congress, November, 1974; reelected to the 95th 
and 96th Congresses. 

Serves on the House Rules Committee; Majority Whip at Large. 

Resides in Norwich, Conn., with his wife, Susan Mooney Dodd; office 
addresses, 224 Cannon House Office Building, Washineton. D.C. 20515: 
1 Thames Plaza, Suite 308, Norwich, Conn. 06360; 94 Court St.. Middle- 
town, Conn. 06457. 



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ROBERT N. GIAIMO 
U.S. Representative, Third District, Connecticut 



ROBERT N. GIAIMO 

U.S. Representative, Third District, Connecticut 

ROBERT N. GIAIMO, Democrat, of North Haven, Connecticut; born 
in New Haven, Conn.; son of the late Rose and Rosario Giaimo, 
a founder and first president of the Community Bank and Trust Company 
of New Haven. Attended North Haven public schools, Hillhouse High 
School in New Haven, and Fordham College, Class of 1941. Received 
LL.B. from University of Connecticut School of Law, 1943. 

Served in U.S. Army during World War II; Captain, Judge Advocate 
General Corps. 

Married to former Marion Schuenemann of Windsor, Connecticut; one 
daughter, Barbara Lee; Roman Catholic; Attorney at Law, New Haven, 
Conn.; member of various fraternal, civic and veterans organizations; 
member of the Graduates Club, New Haven. Former chairman, Personnel 
Appeal Board, State of Connecticut. 

Elected to the 86th Congress on November 4, 1958; reelected to each 
succeeding Congress; Chairman, House Budget Committee; member 
of the House Committee on Appropriations and its Subcommittees on 
the Department of Defense. Treasury-Postal Service-General Government, 
and the Legislative Branch (Congress): also, ranking member of the Select 
Committee on Congressional Operations. 

Residence. 1649 Hartford Turnpike. North Haven. Conn. 06473: office 
address. 2207 Rayburn House Office Bldg.. Washington. D.C. 20515: New 
Haven office. Room 320. 180 Orange St.. 06510. Administrative Assistant. 
Eileen Nixon. 



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STFWART B. McKINNFY 
U.S. Representative, Fourth District, Connicticut 



STEWART B. McKINNEY 

U.S. Representative, Fourth District, Connecticut 

STEWART BRETT McKINNEY, Republican, of Fairfield, Connecti- 
cut; born in Pittsburgh, Pa., on January 30, 1931; son of the late James 
Polk and Clare Brett McKinney. Educated at Fairfield public schools, 
Kent School, and Princeton University; received a B.A. in American 
History in 1958 from Yale University. In 1951, he enlisted in the Air 
Force and in 1955, he was honorably discharged with the rank of ser- 
geant. 

Mr. McKinney began his career in public service in 1966 when he was 
elected to the Connecticut General Assembly. He was reelected in 1968 
and was chosen by his colleagues to serve as Minority Leader. On No- 
vember 3, 1970, he was elected to the 92nd Congress, and reelected to 
each succeeding Congress. He is a member of the House Committee on 
Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs, and is the ranking member on its 
Economic Stabilization Subcommittee. He also serves on its Subcommit- 
tees on Housing and Cities. He is the ranking member of the District of 
Columbia Committee, and serves on its Subcommittees on Fiscal Affairs, 
and Economic Development. In 1976, he was elected by his Congressional 
colleagues to serve on the Steering Committee of the Northeast-Midwest 
Economic Advancement Coalition. He is also the Treasurer of the New 
England Congressional Caucus. 

Mr. McKinney is a member of various civic, fraternal and veterans 
organizations. 

Mr. McKinney resides at 4480 Congress Street, Fairfield, with his wife, 
the former Lucie Cunningham, and their five children: Stewart Jr., 
Lucie (Mrs. Rudolph Corsini), Jean, Libby, and John. 

His office address is 106 Cannon House Office Bldg., Washington, D.C. 
20515; district offices: Federal Bldg., Lafayette Blvd., Bridgeport 06604; 
and 500 Summer St., Stamford 06901. 



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WILLIAM R. RATCHFORD 
U.S. Representative, Fifth District. Connecticut 



WILLIAM R. RATCHFORD 

U.S. Representative, Fifth District, Connecticut 

WILLIAM R. RATCHFORD, Democrat, of Danbury, Connecticut; 
born May 24, 1934; education: Danbury public schools, bachelors degree 
in history University of Connecticut 1956, law degree Georgetown Uni- 
versity Law Center 1959; family: wife, Barbara Carpenter Ratchford, 
three sons, Shaun, 18, Scott, 15, Brian, 12; religious preference: Unitari- 
an; governmental posts: six terms as a State Representative from Danbury, 
1963-74; Assistant Majority Leader of the House of Representatives, 
1967-68; Speaker of the House, 1969-72; President, National Legislative 
Conference, 1972-73; Minority Leader at Large of the Connecticut House 
of Representatives, 1973-74; candidate for Congress, 5th Congressional 
District, Connecticut, 1974; Chairman, Governor's Blue Ribbon Commit- 
tee to Investigate the Nursing Home Industry in the State of Connecticut, 
1975-76; Commissioner, Connecticut Department on Aging, 1977-78; 
member, U.S. House of Representatives, 5th District, Connecticut, 1979. 



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ANTHONY TOBY MOFFETT 
U.S. Representative, Sixth District, Connecticut 



ANTHONY TOBY MOFFETT 
U.S. Representative, Sixth District, Connecticut 

ANTHONY 'TOBY' MOFFETT, Democrat, has been representing 
Connecticut's Sixth Congressional District in the U.S. House of Represent- 
atives since January, 1975. 

His main focus has been in the areas of energy, consumer protection, 
oversight and investigations of federal agencies and laws. 

In 1977, Toby Moffett was appointed by House Speaker Thomas P. 'Tip' 
O'Neill (D-Mass.) as the sole New England House Member to the Senate- 
House energy conference committee, which wrote the final version of the 
Carter energy plan. 

In early 1979, Rep. Moffett was elected Chairman of the House Govern- 
ment Operations Subcommittee on the Environment, Energy, and Natural 
Resources. 

He also serves on the Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, 
where he is assigned to the Energy and Power Subcommittee, as well as the 
Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations. 

Born on August 18, 1944, Toby Moffett received a B.A. from Syracuse 
University, and a Masters Degree in Urban Affairs from Boston College 
(1968). 

In 1969, Mr. Moffett was named the first Director of the federal govern- 
ment's Office of Students and Youth (HEW). Later, he served as an aide 
to then-Senator Walter F. Mondale and helped form the Senator's Subcom- 
mittee on Children and Youth. 

In June of 1971, Toby Moffett accepted an offer from Ralph Nader to be- 
come the first Director of the Connecticut Citizen Action Group (CCAG). 

He worked with CCAG until January, 1974, when he launched his suc- 
cessful bid for the Democratic nomination in the State's Sixth Congres- 
sional District in northwestern Connecticut. 

His early Congressional activities included major investigations into 
home heating oil costs. Medicare, unnecessary surgery, home insulation 
safety standards, U.S. rail service, and mercury vapor lamp safety. 

Mr. Moffett has authored two books: The Participation Put-On: Reflec- 
tions of a Disenchanted Washington Youth Expert (Dell, 1970); and No- 
body's Business: The Political Intruder's Guide to Everyone's State Legisla- 
ture (Chatham, 1973). 



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JOSEPH J. FAULISO 
President Pro Tempore of the State Senate 



JOSEPH J. FAULISO 

President Pro Tempore of the State Senate 

JOSEPH J. FAULISO, Democrat, Senate President Pro Tempore, is 
Connecticut's third ranking elected official. He is currently serving his 
seventh consecutive term as State Senator from the First District (Hart- 
ford) and his third as Senate President Pro Tempore. 

He was educated in the Stonington, Connecticut public schools, Provi- 
dence College (Pre-Law), and the Boston University School of Law. 

The Senate Leader served as Deputy Majority Leader during the 1971- 
72 General Assembly Session and as Assistant Minority Leader during the 
1973-74 Session. He has also served as Chairman or Ranking Democratic 
Member of several legislative committees during his Senate tenure. 

He is a partner in the law firm of Fauliso, Katz and Hansen; trustee of 
Saint Augustine's Church; Corporator of Hartford Hospital; Membership 
Trustee of Connecticut Public Television Corporation; and a member of 
the Hartford County Bar Association, the Connecticut Bar Association, 
the American Bar Association, the Providence College Alumni Associa- 
tion, the Boston University Law School Alumni Association, and the 
American Justinian Society of Jurists. 

Senator Fauliso is a former judge of the Hartford Municipal Court and 
of the Circuit Court. 

He is the recipient of the following awards: "Legislator of the Year" 
by the Connecticut State Labor Council, A.F.L.-C.I.O.; "Veritas Award" 
by the New Haven Providence College Alumni; "Gold Medal Award" by 
the Italian American Home of Hartford, Inc.; "Mr. Legislator" award by 
the Boxing World Ring Number Eleven; and "Distinguished Service 
Award" by the Hartford Lodge Number 333, Order of Sons of Italy of 
America. 

Senator Fauliso is married to the former Ann Marie Schwerdtfeger 
and they reside at 342 Fairfield Ave., Hartford. He has one son, Richard 
J. Fauliso, M.D. 



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JOSEPH I. LIEBERMAN 
Majority Leader of the State Senate 



JOSEPH I. LIEBERMAN 

Majority Leader of the State Senate 

JOSEPH I. LIEBERMAN, Democrat, Senate Majority Leader, is cur- 
rently serving his fifth term as State Senator from the 10th District (New 
Haven-West Haven) and his third in a leadership position. 

Born February 24, 1942, Senator Lieberman was educated in the 
Stamford public schools, graduated Magna Cum Laude from Yale Col- 
lege in 1964 and received his LL.B. from the Yale Law School in 1967. 

The Senate Leader served as Chairman of the Legislative Committee 
on State and Urban Development during the 1971-72 General Assembly 
Session and was the ranking Democratic member of the Appropriations 
Committee in 1973-74. He also served as Connecticut Chairman of the 
late Robert Kennedy's 1968 Presidential Campaign. He was honored as 
the New Haven Jaycees "Man of the Year" in 1971 and was Phi Beta 
Kappa at Yale. 

Senator Lieberman is the author of two books. The Power Broker 
( 1966). which is the biography of longtime Connecticut Democratic Party 
Chairman and one time National Party Chairman, John Bailey, and The 
Scorpion and the Tarantula ( 1970), which tells the story of the develop- 
ment of the atomic bomb and early efforts to prevent the proliferation of 
nuclear weapons. 

The Majority Leader is married and is the father of two youngsters, 
Matthew, born August 16, 1967 and Rebecca, born February 25, 1969. 
The Liebermans reside on Colony Road, New Haven. 



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RICHARD C. BOZZUTO 

Minority Leader of the State Senate 



RICHARD C. BOZZUTO 

Minority Leader of the State Senate 

RICHARD C. BOZZUTO, Republican, of Watertown, Connecticut, 
was born in Waterbury, on March 16, 1930. He is a graduate of American 
International College, Springfield, Massachusetts, where he received a B.S. 
in Personnel Management. He is self-employed in insurance sales in 
Waterbury. 

Senator Bozzuto was elected in 1972 to represent the 32nd Senatorial 
District, which includes the towns of Bethlehem, Bridgewater, Monroe, 
Newtown, Oxford, Roxbury, Shelton, Southbury, Trumbull, Watertown, 
and Woodbury. He was reelected in 1974, 1976 and 1978. 

In 1977-78, Bozzuto served as Deputy Minority Leader, and in 1979 
he was chosen as the Senate Republican Leader. 

Bozzuto is past Chairman of the Watertown Town Council and also 
past Chairman of the Watertown-Oakville Republican Town Committee. 
He is a Past State Vice President of the Connecticut Jaycees and a Past 
President of the Watertown Public Health Nursing Association. 

Married to the former Angela "Pidge" Gerarde, of Hartford, Senator 
Bozzuto is a Council Member of St. John's Roman Catholic Church in 
Watertown, and a member of the Oakville-Watertown UNICO. He has 
four children: Rick, Jr.. Christine, Marcia, and Elizabeth, and a daughter- 
in-law, Colleen. The Bozzutos live at 430 Northfield Road in Watertown. 



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ERNEST N. ABATE 
Speaker of the House of Representatives 



ERNEST N. ABATE 

Speaker of the House of Representatives 

ERNEST N. ABATE, Democrat, of Stamford, was born in New Haven 
on August 10, 1943. He attended St. Francis Parochial School and Notre 
Dame High School and graduated from Villanova University in 1965 with 
honors. While at Villanova, Abate was president of his Senior class, 
selected as a Rhodes Scholar nominee, appeared in Who's Who among 
Students and was designated as Outstanding Youth of the Year. He holds 
a bachelor's degree in Political Science and received his law degree from 
Notre Dame University. 

In 1967, Representative Abate joined the U.S. Marine Corps and began 
active service in 1969. He was honorably discharged as a Captain in 1972 
and is the recipient of the Navy Achievement Medal. 

Abate was elected to the State House of Representatives in 1974. In 
1977, he was chosen as House Chairman of the Judiciary Committee and 
in 1979, he was elected Speaker of the House and as such is Co-chairman 
of the Joint Committee on Legislative Management. 

He is a partner in the law firm of Abate, Fox and Farrell with offices 
in Stamford. He served as a member of the Board of Directors of the 
Federal Health Systems Agency for Region I from 1975-1978 and is cur- 
rently a member of the Board of Touch, Inc., for parents of handicapped 
children, Aid for the Retarded, Inc., and Community Return, Inc., which 
provides services for those in transition from correctional institutions to 
community life. He is an Incorporator of the Stamford Hospital. 

In 1976, he was awarded the distinguished service award as Outstanding 
Young Man of the Year in Stamford and has been selected to appear in 
Who's Who in Government, Who's Who in American Politics, Who's Who 
in Connecticut and Outstanding Young Men of America. 

Married to the former Barbara Zemple, he and his wife reside in Stam- 
ford with their two children, Chas and Ned. 



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JOHN G. GROPPO 
Majority Leader of the House of Representatives 



JOHN G. GROPPO 

Majority Leader of the House of Representatives 

JOHN G. GROPPO, Democrat, of Winsted, Connecticut, was born on 
August 14, 1921. He attended St. Anthony's School and Gilbert High 
School. He is a stone mason by trade and the owner of Leo Groppo & Son, 
Mason Contractors. 

A World War II veteran, he served with the United States Marine Corps 
from 1942-1946. In 1944, he was awarded the Purple Heart— Guam. 

He was Mayor of Winsted, 1965-1966; Democratic Registrar of Voters; 
Democratic Town Chairman; Deputy Chief of the Winsted Fire Depart- 
ment; and Chairman of Regional Landfill District #1. 

Representative Groppo is a director of the Winsted Savings Bank; a 
corporator of the Winsted Memorial Hospital; Past Grand Knight, Knights 
of Columbus, Winchester, Council #22, 4th Degree Fr. Leo General 
Assembly; a member of B.P.O.E. #844 and Veterans of Foreign Wars. 

John G. Groppo, Dean of the House, is currently serving his 1 1th con- 
secutive term as State Representative from the 63rd District, which in- 
cludes the towns of Winchester, Colebrook, Norfolk, North Canaan and 
Salisbury. 

The House Majority Leader served as House Chairman of the Appro- 
priations Committee for two terms; House Chairman of the Claims Com- 
mittee and the Legislative Program Review and Investigations Committee. 
He is a former member of the Legislative Committee to Recommend Post 
War Planning; the Committee to Lower the Voting Age to 18 Years; the 
Finance Advisory Committee; the Leasing Investigation Committee; the 
Fiscal Reform Committee; and the Study Group on Limitation of Gov- 
ernment Expenditures. 

He currently serves on the Joint Committee on Legislative Management, 
the Legislative Audit Review Subcommittee and the Executive and Legis- 
lative Nominations Committee. 

Married to the former Sadie Avenia, he and his wife reside at 18 Cherry 
Street, Winsted, Connecticut. They have six children: Linda, Mary Eliza- 
beth, Theresa, Nancy, John and Gloria. 



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R. E. VAN NORSTRAND 
Minority Leader of the House of Representatives 



R. E. VAN NORSTRAND 
Minority Leader of the House of Representatives 

R. E. VAN NORSTRAND, Republican, of Darien, Connecticut, was 
born in Westfield, Massachusetts, on January 13, 1937. He attended the 
Manlius School, Manlius, New York; Harvard College; the University of 
Connecticut, B.A. Magna Cum Laude. 1958; and the Yale Law School, 
LL.B., 1961. He is a partner in the law firm of Carter, Van Norstrand & 
Pacifico in Darien. 

Active in civic affairs, he is a past member of the Board of Stewards 
of the First Congregational Church of Darien, a former member of the 
Board of Trustees of the Darien Library, Inc., a former Director of the 
Darien Chamber of Commerce. He is a member of the Stamford-Darien 
Bar Association and of the Connecticut Bar Association, having served 
on its Committee on Professional Ethics since 1968, presently as its Vice 
Chairman. 

In the political arena, Mr. Van Norstrand has been active in Young 
Republican activities, being a former president and treasurer of the Darien 
YGOP, has served on numerous campaign committees, and is active as 
local coordinator for a number of candidates for higher office in the last 
decade. 

Representative Van Norstrand commenced his governmental service in 
1965 as a member of the local non-partisan Representative Town Meeting. 
He served on that body and was a member of the Sewer Authority Ad- 
visory Commission until 1973 when he was elected as Selectman. He con- 
tinued to serve as Selectman from 1973 to 1976, when in November of 
1976, in a special election, he was first elected to the General Assembly. 
He was elected to his second term in November, 1978, and is presently 
serving as House Minority Leader and a member of the Regulations Re- 
view Committee, Executive Nominations Committee, and the Legislative 
Management Committee. Previously he served on the Finance and Trans- 
portation Committees. 

He and his wife, Linda, reside in Darien with their three children, a son. 
R. E. Ill, and daughters, Brooke and Merrylea. 



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CONNECTICUT SUPREME COURT 
Chief Justice John P. Cotter 

Born Hartford, Connecticut. Education: Trinity College, B.S., Harvard Law School, 
LL.B., Trinity College, LL.D. (Hon.). Justice, Supreme Court, Connecticut and Chief 
Court Administrator July 1, 1965-1978; Past Co-Chairman, Connecticut Planning Com- 
mittee on Criminal Administration, and Delegate, First National Conference on Crime 
Control; Judge, Superior Court 1955-65; Judge, Court of Common Pleas 1950-55; Judge, 
Hartford City and Police Court 1950; Prosecuting Attorney, Court of Common Pleas, 
County of Hartford 1949-50; Member: General Assembly and House floor leader 1947- 
50; Judiciary Committee, Connecticut State Legislature 1947-50; Metropolitan District 
Commission 1947-50; Chairman, Legislative Council 1947-48; Board of Fellows. Trinity 
College 1965-68; Former Director, American Judicature Society; Board of Directors, 
Hartford Hospital and The Connecticut Bar Foundation, Inc.; Former Trustee, Insti- 
tute for Court Management, Denver, Colorado; Member: The American Law Institute, 
American Bar Association, Institute of Judicial Administration, Judicial Council, Con- 
necticut Bar Association, Hartford County Bar Association, Board of Pardons, Chair- 
man, Advisory Council on Court Unification; Vice Chairman of Council, National 
Center for State Courts; Chief Justice, April 24, 1978-. 

Associate Justice Alva P. Loiselle 

Born July 4, 1910, Willimantic, Connecticut. Education, Windham High School, Uni- 
versity of Connecticut, 1934, University of Connecticut School of Law, 1943. Admitted 
to Connecticut Bar in 1943. Corporation Counsel, City of Willimantic. Town Counsel 
for Towns of Windham, Mansfield and Canterbury. Instructor: University of Connecti- 
cut 1946-52. Member: Executive Council of Connecticut Bar Association, Windham 
County Bar Association, Connecticut Bar Association, and American Bar Association. 
Chairman, Rules Committee, Legal Internship Committee. Judge, Court of Common 
Pleas, 1952-57; Judge, Superior Court, 1957-71; Chief Judge of Superior Court, 1970-71; 
Justice, Supreme Court, May 14, 1971. 

Associate Justice Joseph W. Bogdanski 

Born November 12, 1911, New Britain, Connecticut. Education, New Britain High 
School, Vermont Academy, Colgate University, A.B., 1935, Yale University Graduate 
School, 1935-36, University of Connecticut School of Law, LL.B., 1940. Admitted to 
Connecticut Bar 1940. Meriden City and Police Court, Prosecuting Attorney and Dep- 
uty Judge, 1941-42. U.S. Navy, 1943^6, Lieutenant (j.g.). Meriden City and Police 
Court, presiding judge 1949-51. Member, Meriden Bar Association, Connecticut Bar 
Association, American Bar Association. Judge, Court of Common Pleas, 1955-58; Judge, 
Superior Court, 1958-72. Justice, Supreme Court, December 2, 1972. 

Associate Justice Joseph S. Longo 

Born September 22, 1914, Norwich, Connecticut. Education: Norwich Free Academy 
1932, Yale University 1936, Boston University School of Law 1939. Admitted to Con- 
necticut Bar in 1939; Judge, City Court of Norwich 1951-53. Connecticut General As- 
sembly: Representative, 1949 Session; State Senator, 1951, 1953, 1955; Majority Leader, 
1955 Session; Senate Chairman, Judiciary Committee, 1955 Session. Member, American 
Bar Association, Connecticut Bar Association and New London County Bar Associa- 
tion. Judge, Court of Common Pleas, 1957-59; Judge, Superior Court, 1959-75; Chief 
Judge, Superior Court, 1973-75; Justice, Supreme Court, March 11, 1975. 

Associate Justice and 
Chief Court Administrator John A. Speziale 

Born November 21, 1922, Winsted, Connecticut. Graduate, Torrington High School 
1940, Duke University, A.B. 1943, Duke Law School, J.D. 1947. U.S Navy 1942-46, 
Lieutenant (j.g.). Admitted to Connecticut Bar 1948. Clerk, Judiciary Committee, Con- 
necticut General Assembly, 1949 Session. Judge, Torrington Municipal Court, 1949-51. 
Federal Attorney, Office of Price Stabilization, 1951-52. Member Judicial Council, 1955- 
59. City Attorney, Torrington, 1957-59. State Treasurer, Connecticut, 1958-61. Graduate 

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Connecticut Supreme Court 140 

National College of State Trial Judges, University of Colorado, 1966 Session; Faculty 
Advisor, Graduate Session National College of the State Judiciary, University of Ne- 
vada, 1973; member Executive Committee National Conference of State Trial Judges, 
American Bar Association, 1970-74. Graduate Appellate Judges Seminar, Institute of 
Judicial Administration, New York University, 1975. Member Judicial Review Council, 
1975-77; Co-Chairman, Connecticut Planning Committee on Criminal Administration, 
Connecticut Justice Commission. Member Commission on Adult Probation 1976-77; 
Advisory Council on Court Unification. Member, Board of Pardons, 1977-78; Member, 
Commission on Official Legal Publications, 1978-; Trustee, Connecticut Junior Repub- 
lic; Member of American, Connecticut and Litchfield County Bar Associations. Mem- 
ber, Institute of Judicial Administration, Director, American Judicature Society, Judge, 
Court of Common Pleas, 1961-65; Judge, Superior Court, 1965-77. Chief Judge, Supe- 
rior Court, 1975-77. Presiding Judge, Appellate Session of Superior Court, 1975-77. 
Justice, Supreme Court, May 6, 1977, Chief Court Administrator, April 24, 1978. 

Associate Justice Ellen A. Peters 

Born March 21, 1930, Berlin, Germany. Education: Hunter College High School, 
1947; Swarthmore College, B.A., 1951; Yale Law School, LL.B., 1954; Yale University, 
M.A. (Hon.), 1964. Admitted to Connecticut Bar, 1957, U.S. District Court for Con- 
necticut, 1965. Member, Connecticut Bar Association, Committee on Commercial Law 
and Bankruptcy, 1960-70; Advisor, American Law Institute, Restatement Second of 
Contracts, 1963-; member, American Bar Association, Commission to Study the Federal 
Trade Commission, 1969; Advisor, Connecticut Commission to Study the Uniform Con- 
sumer Credit Code, 1970-71; Commissioner, Permanent Commission on the Status of 
Women? 1973-74; member, Connecticut Law Revision Commission, 1978-; member, 
Connecticut Board of Pardons, 1978-. Current: Swarthmore College, Board of Manag- 
ers; Mory's, Board of Directors. Past: United Illuminating, Board of Directors. Mem- 
ber, Connecticut Bar Association, American Law Institute. Law Clerk to U.S. Circuit 
Judge Charles E. Clark, 1954-55; Associate in Law, University of California at Berke- 
ley, 1955-56; Assistant Professor, Yale Law School, 1956-59; Associate Professor, Yale 
Law School, 1959-64; Professor, Yale Law School, 1964-75; Southmayd Professor of 
Law, Yale Law School, 1975-78; Professor (Adjunct), Yale Law School, 1978-; Justice 
Supreme Court, May 10, 1978, 



SECTION III— STATE GOVERNMENT— LEGISLATIVE 



JOINT COMMITTEE ON LEGISLATIVE MANAGEMENT.-(Sec. 

2-71a-n, Chapt. 18 A, Gen. Stat. Salary, Exec. Dir., $35,025; Asst. Director, 
$27,299. Address: Room 107, State Capitol, Hartford 06115. Tel., 566- 
2802.) 

Senate Members: Co-Chm., Pres. Pro Tempore Joseph J. Fauliso, Hart- 
ford; Majority Leader Joseph I. Lieberman, New Haven; Deputy Majority 
Leader David M. Barry, Manchester; Asst. Majority Leader William J. Sul- 
livan, Waterbury; Minority Leader Richard C. Bozzuto, Waterbury; Dep- 
uty Minority Leader George L. Gunther, Stratford; Asst. Minority Leader 
Michael L. Morano, Greenwich; Anthony M. Ciarlone, New Haven. 

House Members: Co-Chm., Speaker Ernest N. Abate, Stamford; Deputy 
Speaker Joseph S. Coatsworth, Cromwell; Majority Leader John G. Grop- 
po, Winsted; Deputy Majority Leader Timothy J. Moynihan, East Hart- 
ford; Minority Leader R. E. Van Norstrand, Darien; Asst. Minority Leader 
Neal B. Hanlon, Naugatuck; Walter J. Conn, New Milford. 

Exec Director, David B. Ogle, Avon; Asst. Director for Financial 
Affairs, J. Peter Waldron, Meriden; Data Processing, Nicholas Tomassone, 
Cromwell; Personnel, James Tracy, Wethersfield. 

OFFICE OF LEGISLATIVE RESEARCH.- (Sec. 2-7 lc, Chapt. 18 A, 
Gen. Stat. Salary, Director, $29,967. Address: Legislative Office Bldg., 
18-20 Trinity St., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-8400.) 

Director, Carl D. Frantz, Manchester. 

OFFICE OF FISCAL ANALYSIS.- (Sec. 2-71c, Chapt. 18A, Gen. Stat. 
Salary, Director, $29,967. Address: Legislative Office Bldg., 18-20 Trinity 
St., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-7200.) 

Director, Ralph J. Caruso, Glastonbury. 

LEGISLATIVE COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE.- (Legislative Comrs. 
appointed by the General Assembly, for four years, and until a successor is 
appointed and has qualified, Sec. 2-54, Gen. Stat. Salary, Comrs., $22,395, 
$21,690. Address: Legislative Office Bldg., 18-20 Trinity St., Hartford 
06115. Tel., 566-5030.) 

Legislative Comrs., George C. Guidera, Weston, July 1, 1981; Eugene 
D. Micci, Derby, July 1, 1983. 

Director, Legislative Legal Services, Norma Kloten, West Hartford. 

CONNECTICUT COMMISSION ON INTERGOVERNMENTAL 
COOPER ATION.-( Sec. 2-72, 2-73, 2-75, Gen. Stat. Address: Room 107, 
State Capitol, Hartford 061 15. Tel., 566-2802.) 

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142 LEGISLATIVE 

Ex-officio Members: Ella Grasso, Governor; William A. O'Neill, Lieu- 
tenant Governor; Ernest N. Abate, Speaker of the House. 

Governor's Committee: Chm., J. Edward Caldwell, State Comptroller; 
Carl R. Ajello, Attorney General, ex-officio; Anthony V. Milano, Secre- 
tary, Office of Policy and Management, ex-officio; John J. Carson, Bloom- 
field; Van Selden, New Haven. 

Senate Committee: Louis S. Cutillo, Waterbury; James J. Murphy, Jr., 
Norwich; George L. Gunther, Stratford; Howard T. Owens, Jr., Bridge- 
port; Joseph A. Ruggiero, Litchfield. 

House Committee: Lawrence J. Anastasia, Norwalk; Phyllis T. Kipp, 
Mystic; Natalie Rapoport, Waterbury; Joseph Walkovich, Danbury; James 
A. Weiss, Pomfret Center. 

Administrator, David B. Ogle. 

COMMISSION ON UNIFORM LEGISLATION.- ( Members appoint- 
ed by the Governor, with the advice and consent of the Senate, Chapt. 182, 
1905 Gen. Stat.; vacancies filled by the Governor, Sec. 2-80, Gen. Stat. 
Compensation, none. Address: Room 107, State Capitol, Hartford 06115. 
Tel., 566-2802.) 

Frank E. Dully, West Hartford; David H. Neiditz, West Hartford; Har- 
old E. Read, Jr., West Hartford; indefinite terms. 

OFFICE OF SENATE CLERKS.-(Sec. 2-10, Gen. Stat. Address: 
Room 314, State Capitol, Hartford 061 15. Tel., 566-2863, 3574.) 

Senate Clerk, Marcia Schonberger, West Hartford: Asst. Senate Clerk, 
Donald Cassin, Bristol; Permanent Asst. to Senate Clerk, Rita S. Hennes- 
sey; Senate Journal Clerk, Agnes Zumbroski; Asst. Senate Journal Clerk, 
Joan Boardman; Senate Calendar Clerk, Mary Edwards. 

OFFICE OF HOUSE CLERKS.-(Sec. 2-10, Gen. Stat. Address: Room 
217, State Capitol, Hartford 061 15. Tel., 566-2708, 5202.) 

House Clerk, Thomas C. Clark, Farmington; Asst. House Clerk, Wil- 
liam J. Gilligan, Wethersfield; Permanent Asst. to House Clerk, Marion F. 
Delaney; House Journal Clerk, Ann Stent; Asst. House Journal Clerk, Ann 
Demers; House Bill Clerk, vacancy. 

LEGISLATIVE REGULATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.-(Sec. 
4-1 70(a), Gen. Stat. Address: Judiciary Room, State Capitol, Hartford 
06115. Tel., 566-4300.) 

Senate Members: Co-Chm., George L. Gunther, Stratford; Louis S. Cu- 
tillo, Waterbury; John G. Matthews, New Canaan; James J. Murphy, Jr., 
Noiwich; Alfred Santaniello, Jr., Norwalk; William J. Sullivan, Waterbury. 

House Members: Co-Chm., Richard C. Willard, East Hartford; Joseph 
J. Farricielli, Branford; Andrew R. Grande, Bristol; Elizabeth M. Leonard, 



LEGISLATIVE 143 

Ridgefield; Clarice A. Osiecki, Danbury; Antonina B. Parker, Glaston- 
bury; Richard D. Tulisano, Rocky Hill; R. E. Van Norstrand, Darien. 

Clerk, Elizabeth T. Brewer, West Hartford. 

COMMITTEE FOR LEGISLATIVE STAFF IN TERNSHIPS.-(Sec. 
2-81, Gen. Stat. Address: Room 501, State Capitol, Hartford 06115. Tel., 
566-7467, 566-2802.) 

Senate Members: Co-Chm., Lawrence J. DeNardis, Hamden; Audrey P. 
Beck, Storrs; Cornelius O'Leary, Windsor Locks; Russell Lee Post, Jr., 
Canton. 

House Members: Co-Chm. , Irving Stolberg, New Haven; Rosalind Ber- 
man. New Haven; Phyllis T. Kipp, Mystic; Arnold F. Wellman, Jr., Terry- 
ville. 

LEGISLATIVE PROGRAM REVIEW AND INVESTIGATIONS 
COMMITTEE.-(Sec. 2-53e, Gen. Stat. Salary, Director, $29,071. Ad- 
dress: Legislative Office Bldg., 18-20 Trinity St., Hartford 06115. Tel., 
566-8480.) 

Senate Members: Co-Chm. , William E. Curry, Jr., Farmington; Wayne 
A. Baker, Danbury; Lawrence J. DeNardis, Hamden; Marcella C. Fahey, 
East Hartford; Nancy L. Johnson, New Britain; Michael L. Morano, 
Greenwich. 

House Members: Co-Chm., Astrid T. Hanzalek, Suffield; Robert J. Car- 
ragher, Hartford; Janet Polinsky, Waterford; Richard E. Varis, Prospect; 
Elinor F. Wilber, Fairfield; Muriel Yacavone, East Hartford. 

LEGISLATIVE AUDIT REVIEW SUBCOMMITTEE.-(Sec. 2-7 lm. 
Gen. Stat. Address: Room 107, State Capitol, Hartford 06115. Tel.. 566- 
2802.) 

Senate Members: Anthony M. Ciarlone, New Haven; George L. Gun- 
ther, Stratford; Joseph I. Lieberman, New Haven. 

House Members: Robert J. Carragher, Hartford; Joseph S. Coatsworth, 
Cromwell; John G. Groppo, Winsted; Neal B. Hanlon, Naugatuck; R. E. 
Van Norstrand, Darien. 

LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE ON STATE PLANNING AND DE- 
VELOPMENT.-(Sec. 4-60d, Gen. Stat. Address: Room 107, State Capi- 
tol, Hartford 06 1 1 5. Tel., 566-2802. ) 

Senate Members: Lawrence J. DeNardis. Hamden: Nancy L. Johnson. 
New Britain; Eugene A. Skowronski, Bristol. 

House Members: Rufus Allyn, Mystic; Dorothy S. McCluskey, North- 
ford: Clarice A. Osiecki, Danbury. 



144 LEGISLATIVE 

AUDITORS OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS.- (Appointed by the General 
Assembly, for four years, and until a successor is appointed and has quali- 
fied, Chapter 23, Gen. Stat. Salary, $33,721-$40,543. Address: Rooms 
414, 416, State Capitol, Hartford. Tel., 566-2119, 5572.) 

Leo V. Donohue, Avon, July 1, 1981. Henry J. Becker, Jr., Avon, July 
1, 1983. 

COMMITTEE TO HEAR TOWN GRIEVANCES.- (Sec. 17-292b, 
Gen. Stat. Address: Room 107, State Capitol, Hartford 06115.) 

Senate Members: Myron R. Ballen, Fairfield; Audrey P. Beck, Storrs; 
Cornelius O'Leary, Windsor Locks. 

House Members: Dorothy Faulise-Boone, Norwich; Astrid T. Hanzalek, 
Sufrield; Peter A. Rosso, Farmington. 

THE OFFICE OF THE CLAIMS COMMISSIONER.-(Appointed by 
the Governor, with the advice and consent of the General Assembly, for 
a term coterminous with the term of the Governor or until a successor is 
chosen, Sec. 4-142a, 4-9a, Gen. Stat. Address: 1179 Main St., Hartford. 
Tel., 566-2024.) 

Claims Commissioner, John E. Fay, New Hartford. 

COMPENSATION COMMISSION (COMPENSATION FOR ELECT- 
ED STATE OFFICIALS AND JUDGES). -(Sec. 2-9a(a), Gen. Stat. 
Commission to make recommendations to the General Assembly on or 
before February 15, 1972, and biennially thereafter. Address: Room 105, 
State Capitol, Hartford 061 15. Tel., 566-2802.) 

Appointed by the Governor, Chm., Ruth L. Sims, Riverside; Boce W. 
Barlow, Jr., Hartford; Arthur S. Sachs, Orange, July 1, 1979. 

Appointed by the Pres. Pro Tempore of the Senate, Vice Chm., Joseph 
McCormick, Bloomfield; Alfred W. Van Sinderen, Woodbridge, July 1, 
1979. 

Appointed by the Speaker of the House, John J. Budds, West Hartford; 
vacancy, July 1, 1979. 

Appointed by the Minority Leader of the Senate, John H. Filer, Farm- 
ington; Frederick C. Maynard, Jr., West Hartford, July 1, 1979. 

Appointed by the Minority Leader of the House, Richard L. Brincker- 
hoff, New Canaan; Frederick A. Freedman, Weston, July 1, 1979. 

CONNECTICUT LAW REVISION COMMISSION.-(Sec. 2-85, 2-86, 
2-87. 2-88, Gen. Stat. Address: Legislative Office Bldg., 18-20 Trinity St., 
Hartford 061 15. Tel., 566-8254.) 

Appointed by the Governor, Chm., Prof. Francis C. Cady, Farmington, 
June 30, 1980. Daniel Blume, West Hartford, June 30, 1979. Hon. Ellen 
A. Peters, Hamden, June 30, 1980. William R. Breetz, Jr., Hartford; 
Martin B. Burke, Vernon, June 30, 1981. 



LEGISLATIVE 145 

Designee of the Pres. Pro Tempore of the Senate, Sen. William E. Curry, 
Jr., Farmington. Appointed by the Pres. Pro Tempore of the Senate, 
Bourke G. Spellacy, Hartford, June 30, 1980. Joseph Q. Koletsky, New 
London, June 30, 1982. 

Designee of the Speaker of the House, Rep. Richard D. Tulisano, Rocky 
Hill. Appointed by the Speaker of the House, Anne C. Dranginis, Litch- 
field, June 30. 1980. Neal Ossen, Hartford, June 30, 1982. 

Exec. Director, William L. PloufTe, Willington. 

FINANCE ADVISORY COMMITTEE.-(Sec. 4-93, Gen. Stat. Ad- 
dress: Secretary, OPM, Room 308, State Capitol, Hartford.) 

Ex-officio, Chm., Ella Grasso, Governor; Vice Chm., William A. O'Neill, 
Lieutenant Governor: Henry E. Parker, State Treasurer; J. Edward Cald- 
well, State Comptroller. 

Appointed by the Pres. Pro Tempore of the Senate, Senators John G. 
Matthews, New Canaan; Richard F. Schneller, Essex. 

Appointed by the Speaker of the House, Charles R. Matties, West Hart- 
ford; Janet Polinsky, Waterford; Gardner E. Wright, Jr., Bristol. 

Clerk, Anthony V. Milano. Secretary of the Office of Policy and Manage- 
ment; Asst. Clerk, Under Secretary, Budget and Financial Management. 



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1979 GENERAL ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS 

APPROPRIATIONS 

SENATORS SCHNELLER, (Chairman), 20th District; FAHEY, (Vice 
Chairman), 3rd; CIARLONE, 11th; CLOUD, 2nd; RUGGIERO, 30th; 
SMITH, 12th. 

SENATORS JOHNSON, (Ranking Member), 6th District; MAT- 
THEWS, 26th; CUNNINGHAM, 27th. 

REPRESENTATIVES WRIGHT, JR. (Chairman), 77th District; DE 
ZINNO, JR. (Vice Chairman), 84th; DYSON, 94th; FLYNN, 47th; 
GILES, 4th; HARPER, JR., 24th; HINDS, JR., 8th; LEENEY, 124th; 
MAHONEY, 13th; POLINSKY, 38th; GLASSMAN, 14th; KINER, 59th; 
GIONFRIDDO, 33rd; INNACELL, 128th; MURPHY, 131st; NIEDER- 
MEIER, 134th; GLICKSON, 137th; WALKOVICH, 109th; YACA- 
VONE, 9th; ALLYN, 43rd; PALMIERI, 74th; DELLA VECCHIA, 81st. 

REPRESENTATIVES MANNIX, (Ranking Member), 142nd District; 
MIGLIARO, (Assistant Ranking Member), 80th; MATTIES, 20th; VA- 
RIS, 90th; CONNOLLY, 16th; ROBERTSON, 89th; VANCE, 123rd; 
SHAYS, 147th; SMITH, 107th; ROGERS, 69th; BARNES, 21st. 

BANKS 

SENATORS SULLIVAN, (Chairman), 16th District; CUTILLO, 15th; 
MURPHY, 19th; PRETE, 14th. 

SENATOR BALLEN, (Ranking Member), 28th District. 

REPRESENTATIVES SPONHEIMER, (Chairman), 103rd District; 
ROBERTI, (Vice Chairman), 126th; DELLA VECCHIA, 81st; MC 
GUIRK, 139th; SWEENEY, 46th; JOYCE, 25th; SCULLY, JR., 75th; 
ONORATO, 97th. 

REPRESENTATIVES DE MERELL, (Ranking Member), 35th Dis- 
trict; VARIS, 90th; PATTON. 119th; HOFMEISTER, 117th. 

EDUCATION 

SENATORS OLEARY, (Chairman), 7th District; MUSTONE, (Vice 
Chairman). 13th; BECK, 29th; SCHNELLER, 20th; KNOUS, 33rd. 

SENATORS DE NARDIS, (Ranking Member), 34th District; JOHN- 
SON, 6th. 

REPRESENTATIVES GOODWIN, (Chairman), 54th District; MC 
MANUS, (Vice Chairman), 88th; AHEARN, 55th; BERTINUSON, 57th; 
CANDELORI, 23rd; GLASSMAN, 14th; HENDERSON, 112th; OR- 
CUTT, 98th; PIER, 15th; ROSSO, 30th; TRUGLIA, 145th; DYER, 1 10th; 
LAWLOR, 2nd; CIBES, JR., 39th; OTTERNESS, 42nd; MOSLEY, 72nd; 
DYSON, 94th; LEARY, 37th; KRASKOWSKI, 85th; MASTRIANNI, 
104th. 

REPRESENTATIVES OSLER, (Ranking Member), 150th District; 
KRAWIECKI, 78th; ALLEN, 143rd; NEUMANN, 62nd; MEYER, 135th; 
BERMAN, 92nd; EADS, 64th; SARASIN, 105th; MIGLIARO, 80th; 
SMITH, 107th. 

ENERGY AND PUBLIC UTILITIES 

SENATORS PRETE, (Chairman), 14th District; SULLIVAN, 16th; 
CURRY, 9th. 

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1979 GENERAL ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS 161 

SENATOR POST, (Ranking Member), 8th District. 

REPRESENTATIVES LAVINE, (Chairman), 100th District; WELL- 
MAN, (Vice Chairman), 76th; HARPER, JR., 24th; GIONFRIDDO, 33rd; 
OTTERNESS, 42nd; S1MONELLI, 146th. 

REPRESENTATIVES ROBERTSON, (Ranking Member), 89th Dis- 
trict; DE MERELL, 35th; PALMER, 120th. 

ENVIRONMENT 

SENATORS SKOWRONSKI, (Chairman), 17th District; KNOUS, 33rd. 

SENATOR GUNTHER, (Ranking Member), 21st District. 

REPRESENTATIVES ANDERSON, (Chairman), 106th District; BER- 
TINUSON, (Vice Chairman), 57th; AHEARN, 55th; MORDASKY, 52nd; 
MC MANUS, 88th; ROSSO, 30th; MC CLUSKEY, 86th; JOYCE, 25th; 
ALLYN, 43rd; GLICKSON, 137th; MAHONEY, 13th; SERRANI, 144th. 

REPRESENTATIVES WEISS, (Ranking Member), 50th District; TIF- 
FANY, 36th; CASEY, 118th; OSIECKI, 108th; BELAGA, 136th; EM- 
MONS, 101st. 

EXECUTIVE AND LEGISLATIVE NOMINATIONS 

SENATORS KNOUS, (Co-Chairman), 33rd District; FAULISO, 1st; 
LIEBERMAN, 10th; BARRY, 4th. 

SENATOR BOZZUTO, (Ranking Member), 32nd District. 

REPRESENTATIVES FRANKEL, (Co-Chairman), 121st District; 
COATSWORTH, 32nd; GROPPO, 63rd. 

REPRESENTATIVES VAN NORSTRAND, (Ranking Member), 141st 
District; TIFFANY, 36th. 

FINANCE, REVENUE AND BONDING 

SENATORS BECK, (Chairman), 29th District; RUGGIERO, (Vice 
Chairman), 30th; CUTILLO, 15th; MARTIN, 18th. 

SENATORS DE NARDIS, (Ranking Member), 34th; POST, 8th. 

REPRESENTATIVES STOLBERG, (Chairman), 93rd District; C AR- 
RAGHER, (Vice Chairman), 5th; COLUCCI, 71st; MORRISON, 58th 
SIMONELLI, 146th; SMOKO, 91st; WOJTAS, 60th; MARKHAM, 34th 
REYNOLDS, 116th; RYBAK, 66th; CARBONE, 96th; MORGAN, 56th 
ROBERTI, 126th; SCULLY, JR., 75th; OSULL1VAN, 114th; GIOR- 
DANO, JR., 99th; CAREY III, 49th; MERCIER, 44th; MILNER, 7th; 
MAZZA, 115th. 

REPRESENTATIVES EMMONS, (Ranking Member), 101st District; 
SWOMLEY, (Assistant Ranking Member), 17th; WEISS, 50th; TRAVER, 
68th; ABERCROMBIE, 87th; NEUMANN, 62nd; KEZER, 22nd; 
SMITH, 149th; ALLEN, 143rd. 

GENERAL LAW 

SENATORS CUTILLO, (Chairman), 15th District; CASEY, 31st, 
FAHEY, 3rd. 

SENATOR SANTANIELLO, JR., (Ranking Member), 25th District. 

REPRESENTATIVES GRANDE, (Chairman), 79th District; MAZZA, 
(Vice Chairman), 115th; DEL PERCIO, 127th; WILLARD, 11th; MAS- 
TERS, 48th; ATKIN, 140th, GILES, 4th; PARKER, 125th; DELLA 
VECCHIA, 81st; CANDELORI, 23rd. 



162 1979 GENERAL ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS 

REPRESENTATIVES ZAJAC, (Ranking Member), 83rd District; 
SARASIN, 105th; JAEKLE, 122nd; BENVENUTO, 151st; PALMER, 
120th; JOYNER, 12th. 

GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION & ELECTIONS 

SENATORS BAKER, (Chairman), 24th District; CASEY, (Vice Chair- 
man), 31st; O'LEARY, 7th. 

SENATOR BALLEN, (Ranking Member), 28th District. 

REPRESENTATIVES HENDEL, (Chairman), 40th District; WALKO- 
VICH, (Vice Chairman), 109th; CARRAGHER, 5th; COLUCCI, 71st: 
MARKHAM, 34th; SIMONELLI, 146th; NIEDERMEIER, 134th; MOR- 
RISON, 58th; MORGAN, 56th; WOJTAS, 60th. 

REPRESENTATIVES LEONARD, 111th District; MEYER, 135th; 
OSLER, 150th; PARKER, 31st; HANZALEK, 61st. 

HUMAN SERVICES 

SENATORS MARTIN, (Chairman), 18th District; SMITH, 12th. 

SENATOR CUNNINGHAM, (Ranking Member), 27th District. 

REPRESENTATIVES WALSH, (Chairman), 53rd District; HINDS, 
JR., (Vice Chairman), 8th; CARBONE, 96th; SORENSEN, 82nd; DY- 
SON, 94th; YACAVONE, 9th; GIONFRIDDO, 33rd; OTTERNESS, 
42nd. 

REPRESENTATIVES CONN, (Ranking Member), 67th; ROGERS, 
69th; BERMAN, 19th; EADS, 64th; PATTON, 119th. 

INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE 

SENATORS MURPHY, (Chairman), 19th District; DE PIANO, 23rd; 
MUSTONE, 13th; SULLIVAN, 16th. 

SENATOR CUNNINGHAM, (Ranking Member), 27th District. 

REPRESENTATIVES PALMIERI, (Chairman), 74th District; PARK- 
ER, (Vice Chairman), 125th; LA ROSA, 3rd; CIBES, JR., 39th; ATKIN, 
140th; BALDUCCI, 27th. 

REPRESENTATIVES VANCE, (Ranking Member), 123 rd District; 
KIPP, 41st; BENVENUTO, 151st. 

JUDICIARY 

SENATORS DE PIANO, (Chairman), 23rd District; OWENS, 22nd; 
CURRY, 9th; LEONHARDT, 5th; SKOWRONSKI, 17th. 

SENATORS POST, (Ranking Member), 8th District; SANTANIELLO, 
JR., 25th; CUNNINGHAM, 27th. 

REPRESENTATIVES TULISANO, (Chairman), 29th District; MOS- 
LEY, (Vice Chairman), 72nd; WILLARD, 11th; ONORATO, 97th; 
ANASTASIA, JR., 138th; DEL PERCIO, 127th; PARKER, 125th; 
SPONHEIMER, 103rd; DYER, 110th; FRANKEL, 121st; LAWLOR, 
2nd; GLICKSON, 137th. 

REPRESENTATIVES BERMAN, (Ranking Member), 19th District; 
JAEKLE, 122nd; CONN, 67th; PARKER, 31st; BERMAN, 92nd; PAT- 
TON, 119th. 

LABOR AND PUBLIC EMPLOYEES 

SENATORS SKELLEY, (Chairman), 35th District; CURRY, 9th; 
LEONHARDT, 5th; MUSTONE, 13th. 



1979 GENERAL ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS 163 

SENATOR MATTHEWS, (Ranking Member). 26th District. 

REPRESENTATIVES BALDUCCI, (Chairman), 27th District; MAS- 
TRIANNI, (Vice Chairman), 104th; KINER, 59th; CARBONE, 96th; 
WOJTAS, 60th; DEL PERCIO, 127th; PETROVICK, 130th; TRUGLIA, 
145th; HENDERSON, 112th; ROSSO. 30th. 

REPRESENTATIVES BELDEN, (Ranking Member), 113th District; 
SMITH, 149th; TRAVER, 68th; ABERCROMBIE, 87th; HANLON, 70th. 

PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT 

SENATORS CLOUD, (Chairman), 2nd District; PRETE, 14th; 
SKOWRONSKL 17th. 

SENATORS JOHNSON, (Ranking Member), 6th District; DE NAR- 
DIS, 34th. 

REPRESENTATIVES FARRICIELLI, (Chairman), 102nd District; 
MC CLUSKEY, (Vice Chairman), 86th; INNACELL, 128th; MILNER, 
7th; WALL, JR., 95th; MASTERS, 48th; GIORDANO, JR., 99th; CAREY 
III, 49th. 

REPRESENTATIVES BARNES. (Ranking Member), 21st District; 
BERMAN, 92nd; CASEY, 1 18th; ROGERS, 69th. 

PROGRAM REVIEW AND INVESTIGATIONS 

SENATORS CURRY, (Co-Chairman), 9th District; BAKER, 24th; 
FAHEY, 3rd. 

SENATORS DE NARDIS, (Ranking Member), 34th District; JOHN- 
SON, 6th; MORANO, 36th. 

REPRESENTATIVES CARRAGHER, 5th District; RITTER, 6th; 
YACAVONE, 9th. 

REPRESENTATIVES HANZALEK, (Co-Chairman), 61st District; 
VARIS, 90th; WILBER, 133rd. 

f PUBLIC HEALTH 

SENATORS CIARLONE, (Chairman), 11th District; SMITH, (Vice 
Chairman), 12th. 

SENATOR GUNTHER, (Ranking Member), 21st District. 

REPRESENTATIVES LA ROSA, (Chairman), 3rd District; ANAS- 
TASIA, JR., (Vice Chairman), 138th; FAULISE-BOONE, 45th; MC 
GUIRK, 139th; RYBAK, 66th; DE ZINNO, JR., 84th; ORCUTT, 98th; 
SORENSEN, 82nd; MORGAN, 56th; WALSH, 53rd. 

REPRESENTATIVES CONNOLLY, (Ranking Member), 16th District; 
JOYNER, 12th; SWOMLEY, 17th; WILBER, 133rd; BELDEN, 113th. 

PUBLIC SAFETY 

SENATORS LEONHARDT, (Chairman), 5th District; BAKER, 24th; 
SKELLEY, 35th. 

SENATORS SANTANIELLO, JR., (Ranking Member), 25th District; 
BALLEN, 28th. 

REPRESENTATIVES SWIESZKOWSKI, (Chairman), 26th District; 
COLUCCI. (Vice Chairman), 71st; REYNOLDS, 1 16th; LEENEY, 124th; 
MC MANUS, 88th; ONORATO, 97th; MISCIKOSKt, 65th; OSULLI- 
VAN, 1 14th; GRANDE, 79th; WELLMAN, JR., 76th; MERCIER, 44th; 
SMOKO, 91st; SCULLY, JR., 75th; HENDEL, 40th. 



164 1979 GENERAL ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS 

REPRESENTATIVES SHAYS, (Ranking Member), 147th District; 
MATTIES, 20th; PALMER, 120th; MIGLIARO, 80th; SWOMLEY, 17th; 
CASEY, 118th. 

REGULATION REVIEW 

SENATORS GUNTHER, (Chairman), 21st District; SULLIVAN, 
(Ranking Member), 16th; CUTILLO, 15th; MATTHEWS, 26th; MUR- 
PHY, 19th; SANTANIELLO, JR., 25th. 

REPRESENTATIVES WILLARD, (Chairman), 11th District; OSI- 
ECKI, (Ranking Member), 108th; FARRICIELLI, 102nd; GRANDE, 
79th; LEONARD, 111th; PARKER, 31st; TULISANO, 29th; VAN NOR- 
STRAND, 141st. 

TRANSPORTATION 

SENATORS OWENS, (Chairman), 22nd District; CASEY, 31st. 

SENATOR MORANO, (Ranking Member), 36th District. 

REPRESENTATIVES SERRANI, (Chairman), 144th District; LEARY, 
(Vice Chairman), 37th; WALL, JR., 95th; HENDERSON, 112th; MA- 
HONEY, 13th; MORDASKY, 52nd; PIER, 15th; FAULISE-BOONE, 
45th; ATKIN, 140th; PETROVICK, 130th; SWEENEY, 46th; GIOR- 
DANO, JR., 99th; MURPHY, 131st; KRASKOWSKI, 85th; CAREY III, 
49th; MISCIKOSKI, 65th. 

REPRESENTATIVES WILBER, (Ranking Member), 133rd District; 
LEONARD, 111th; KRAWIECKI, 78th; SMITH, 149th; ZAJAC, 83rd; 
KEZER, 22nd; BELDEN, 113th; HOFMEISTER, 117th. 



LENGTH OF LEGISLATIVE SESSIONS 

Since the operation of the Amendment to the Constitution, adopted 
1884, providing for biennial sessions, the General Assembly has convened 
and adjourned as follows: 



Year Convened 

1887 Wednesday, January 5th 

1889 Wednesday, January 9th 

1891 Wednesday, January 7th 

1893 Wednesday, January 4th 

1895 Wednesday, January 9th 

1897 Wednesday, January 6th 

1899 Wednesday, January 4th 

1901 Wednesday, January 9ih 

1903 Wednesday, January 7th 

1905 Wednesday, January 4th 

1907 Wednesday, January 9th 

1909 Wednesday, January 6th 

1911 Wednesday, January 4th 

1913 Wednesday, January 8th 

1915 Wednesday, January 6th 

1916 Tuesday, September 12th* 

1917 Wednesday, January 3rd 

1918 Tuesday, March 19th* 

1919 Wednesday, January 8th 

1920 Tuesday, September 14th* 

1920 Tuesday, September 21st* 

1921 Wednesday, January 5th 
1923 Wednesday, January 3rd 
1925 Wednesday, January 7th 
1927 Wednesday, January 5th 
1929 Wednesday, January 9th 
1929 Tuesday, August 6th* 
1931 Wednesday, January 7th 
1933 Wednesday, January 4th 

1935 Wednesday, January 9th 

1936 Thursday, November 5th* 

1937 Wednesday, January 6th 
1939 Wednesday, January 4th 

1941 Wednesday, January 8th 

1942 Monday, October 19th* 

1943 Wednesday, January 6th 
• 1944 Monday, January 24th* 

1944 Monday, June 19th* 

1945 Wednesday, January 3rd 

1946 Tuesday, May 7th* 



Adjourned 

Thursday/ May 19th 
Saturday, June 22nd 
Dead-locked Session 
Friday, June 30th 
Tuesday, July 9th 
Saturday, June 12th 
Tuesday, June 20th 
Monday, June 17th 
Thursday, June 18th 
Wednesday, July 19th 
Thursday, August 1st 
Tuesday, August 24th 
Tuesday, September 26th 
Wednesday, June 4th 
Tuesday, May 18th 
Tuesday, September 12th 
Thursday, May 17th 
Wednesday, March 20th 
Thursday, May 8th 
Tuesday, September 14th 
Tuesday, September 21st 
Wednesday, June 8th 
Wednesday, June 6th 
Wednesday, June 3rd 
Friday, May 6th 
Wednesday, May 8th 
Tuesday, August 6th 
Wednesday, May 27th 
Wednesday, June 7th 
Wednesday, June 5th 
Wednesday, December 9th 
Wednesday, June 9th 
Wednesday, June 7th 
Wednesday, June 4th 
Monday, October 19th 
Wednesday, May 19th 
Friday, January 28th 
Tuesday, June 20th 
Wednesday, June 6th 
Friday, May 17th 



•Special Session. 



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166 

Year Convened 

1947 Wednesday, January 8th 

1948 Tuesday, February 17th* 

1948 Monday, August 23rd* 

1949 Wednesday, January 5th 
1949 Tuesday, June 14th* 
1949 Wednesday, October 5th* 

1949 Wednesday, November 9th* 

1950 Thursday, March 9th* 

1950 Tuesday, September 5th* 

1951 Wednesday, January 3rd 
1951 Wednesday, June 13th* 
1953 Wednesday, January 7th 
1955 Wednesday, January 5th 
1955 Wednesday, June 22nd* 
1955 Wednesday, November 9th* 
1957 Wednesday, January 9th 

1957 Tuesday, September 17th* 

1958 Tuesday, March 4th* 

1959 Wednesday, January 7th 
1961 Wednesday, January 4th 
1963 Wednesday, January 9th 

1963 Wednesday, June 26th* 

1964 Tuesday, April 21st* 
1964 Monday, August 3rd* 

1964 Tuesday, November 10th* 

1965 Tuesday, February 2nd| 
1965 Monday, December 13th* 
1967 Wednesday, January 4th 
1969 Wednesday, January 8th 

1969 Monday. June 23rd* 

1970 Tuesday, October 6th* 



LENGTH OF LEGISLATIVE SESSIONS 



Adjourned 

Tuesday, June 3rd 
Thursday, February 26th 
Wednesday, August 25th 
Wednesday, June 8th 
Thursday, June 30th 1 
Thursday, October 6th 
Thursday, December 1st 
Friday, May 26th 2 
Friday, September 15th 
Wednesday, June 6th 
Wednesday, June 13th 
Friday, May 29th 
Wednesday, June 8th 
Friday, June 24th 
Thursday, December 15th 
Wednesday, June 5th 
Tuesday, October 1st 
Friday, April 18th* 
Wednesday, June 3rd 
Wednesday, June 7th 
Wednesday, June 5th* 
Wednesday, June 26th 
Thursday, April 23rd 
Thursday, September 10th 
Friday, January 29th, '65 
Wednesday, June 9th 
Monday, December 13th 
Wednesday, June 7th 
Wednesday, June 4th 
Thursday, June 26th 
Tuesday, October 6th 



•The Senate adjourned without date June 30th. The Governor under the provisions of 
Article 4, Sec. 9 of the Connecticut Constitution, issued a Proclamation ending the Special 
Session as of June 30. The House of Representatives, however, met on July 6th and then 
recessed subject to the call of the Speaker of the House. 

2 The House of Representatives adjourned sine die May 25. The Senate adjourned May 26. 

'The Senate and House of Representatives recessed on March 20 and reconvened on 
April 8. 

•Special Session. 

tSpecial "Regular" Session (1963 holdover General Assembly). 



LENGTH OF LEGISLATIVE SESSIONS 



167 



Since the operation of Article III of the Amendments to the Constitu- 
tion, adopted November 25, 1970, providing for annual sessions, the 
General Assembly has convened and adjourned as follows: 



Year Convened 

1971 Wednesday, January 6th 

1971 Friday, June 11th* 

1972 Wednesday, February 9th 
1972 Tuesday, May 16th* 
1972 Monday, June 12th* 

1972 Tuesday, September 19th* 

1973 Wednesday, January 3rd 

1974 Wednesday, February 6th 

1975 Wednesday, January 8th 

1975 Monday. December 1st* 

1976 Wednesday, February 4th 

1977 Wednesday, January 5th 

1978 Wednesday, February 8th 

1979 Wednesday, January 3rd 



Adjourned 
Wednesday, June 9th 
Thursday, August 12th 
Wednesday, May 3rd 
Tuesday, May 23rd 
Thursday, June 16th 1 
Wednesday, January 3rd, 1973 2 
Friday, June 1st 
Wednesday, May 8th 
Wednesday, June 4th 
Thursday, December 4th 
Wednesday, May 5th 
Wednesdav. June 8th 
Wednesday, May 3rd 



!The Senate adjourned sine die on June 15th and the House on June 16th. 
-The Senate recessed on Nov. 21st and the House on Nov. 28th; there was no 
formal adjournment. 

* Special session. 



NOTE: As of the 1971 session, the General Assembl) convenes on Wednesday 
following the first Monday of January in the odd-numbered years and adjourns not 
later than the first Wednesday after the first Monday in June; and convenes on 
Wednesday following the first Monday of February in the even-numbered years anJ 
adjourns not later than the first Wednesday after the first Monday in May. 



POLITICAL DIVISION OF THE CONNECTICUT 
GENERAL ASSEMBLY SINCE 1887 









STATE SENATE 




Year 




Republicans 


Democrats 


Other Parties 


1887 




14 


10 




1889 




17 


7 




1891 




7 


17 




1893 




12 


12 




1895 




23 


1 




1897 




24 







1899 




20 


4 




1901 




22 


2 




1903 




18 


6 




1905 




29 


6 




1907 




27 


8 




1909 




31 


4 




1911 




21 


14 




1913 




14 


21 




1915 




30 


5 




1917 




25 


10 




1919 




24 


11 




1921 




34 


1 




1923 




27 


8 




1925 




33 


2 




1927 




34 


1 




1929 




22 


13 




1931 




20 


15 




1933 




17 


18 




1935 




15 


17 


Soc. 3. 


1937 




9 


26 




1939 




16 


17 


Soc. 2. 


1941 




13 


22 




1943 




22 


14 




1945 




15 


21 




1947 




27 


9 




1949 




13 


23 




1951 




17 


19 




1953 




22 


14 




1955 




16 


20 




1957 




31 


5 




1959 




7 


29 




1961 




12 


24 




1963 




13 


23 




•1965 




13 


23 




1967 




11 


25 




1969 




12 


24 




1971, 


72 


17 


19 




1973, 


74 


23 


13 




1975, 


76 


7 


29 




1977, 


78 


14 


22 




1979 




10 


26 




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POLITICAL DIVISION OF THE CONNECTICUT 
GENERAL ASSEMBLY SINCE 1887 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

Year Republicans Democrats Other Parties 



1887 


137 


109 


Ind. 2; Vacancy 1. 




1889 


152 


96 


Ind. 1. 




1891 


133 


116 


Ind. 1; Vacancy 1. 




1893 


137 


113 


Proh. 1. 




1895 


204 


46 


Peoples 1. 




1897 


218 


29 


Nat. Dem. 5. 




1899 


180 


69 


Gold Dem. 3. 




1901 


201 


52 


Ind. 1; Gold Dem. 1. 




1903 


187 


68 






1905 


219 


36 






1907 


189 


66 






1909 


208 


47 






1911 


159 


99 






1913 


130 


120 


Progressive 6; Pro. Rep. 


2. 


1915 


196 


60 


Progressive 1; Ind. 1. 




1917 


194 


64 






1919 


189 


69 






1921 


248 


13 


Ind. 1. 




1923 


210 


52 






1925 


239 


23 






1927 


237 


25 






1929 


220 


42 






1931 


182 


85 






1933 


195 


72 






1935 


180 


85 


Soc. 2. 




1937 


167 


100 






1939 


202 


63 


Soc. 2. 




1941 


185 


87 






1943 


202 


70 






1945 


196 


76 






1947 


227 


45 






1949 


180 


92 






1951 


190 


87 






1953 


221 


58 






1955 


184 


92 


Ind. 3. 




1957 


249 


30 






1959 


138 


141 






1961 


176 


118 






1963 


183 


111 






•1965 


183 


111 






1967 


60 


117 






1969 


67 


110 






1971,72 


78 


99 






1973,74 


93 


58 






1975,76 


33 


118 






1977 


58 


93 






1978 


60 


91 






1979 


48 


103 







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STATE GOVERNMENT— EXECUTIVE AND ADMINISTRATIVE 



ELECTIVE STATE OFFICERS AND PERSONNEL OF OFFICES 

GOVERNOR.— (Address: Room 200, State Capitol, Hartford 06115. Tel., 
566-4840.) 

Governor, Ella Grasso; Executive Aide, Charles M. McCollam, Jr.; Legal 
Counsel, Jay W. Jackson; Special Asst., Policy and Programs, Linda D. Hersh- 
man; Press Secretary, Larrye deBear. 

GOVERNOR'S STATE INFORMATION BUREAU, Room G-7, State 
Office Bldg., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-2750, toll free 1-800-842-2220. Southern 
Office, 1642 Bedford St., Stamford 06905. Tel., 566-5286, 357-1700. Eastern Of- 
fice, 171 Salem Tpke., Norwich 06360. Tel., 566-7082, 886-0555. 

CONNECTICUT'S WASHINGTON OFFICE.— (Address: 444 North Capi- 
tol St., N.W., Washington, D.C. 20001. Tel., 202-347-4535.) 

Director, Ann Sullivan. 

GOVERNOR'S MILITARY STAFF.— Adjutant General and Chief of Staff, 
Maj. Gen. John F. Freund, Avon; Asst. Adjutant General and Deputy Chief of 
Staff Brig. Gen. John F. Gore, East Lyme; Aides-de-Camp: Col. Albert R. Maule, 
Rocky Hill; Col. Morton N. Katz, Avon; Col. Thaddeus W. Maliszewski, Wind- 
sor; Col. John J. Powers, West Hartford; Maj. George A. Ford, Farmington; Maj. 
Diane Dowd, Windsor Locks. Naval Aides: Capt. Henry Clay Ide, Simsbury; Lt. 
Cdr. Michael J. Marzano, West Hartford. Marine Aide: Maj. Thomas J. Caldwell, 
Wethersfield. Coast Guard Aide: Lt. Cdr. Donald L. Conlon, Coventry. National 
Guard Aides: Col. Raymond J. Dzialo, Middletown; Lt. Col. Stanley A. Scraba, 
Jr., Putnam; Maj. Henry E. Forgione, II, Southington; Col. John L. Hoar, Port- 
land. Ex-officio members: Maj. Justin A. DeNino, Wethersfield, Commandant, 
First Company, Governor's Foot Guard; Maj. Everett H. Kandarian, West Hart- 
ford, Commandant, First Company, Governor's Horse Guard; Maj. Joseph C. 
Rakiec, Hamden, Commandant, Second Company, Governor's Horse Guard; 
Maj. William B. Gargano, Hamden, Commandant, Second Company, Governor's 
Foot Guard. 

GOVERNOR'S CABINET. — Administrative Services, Commissioner Elisha 
C. Freedman; Aging, Commissioner Marin Shealy; Agriculture, Commissioner 
Leonard E. Krogh; Business Regulation, Secretary John T. Downey; Children and 
Youth Services, Commissioner Francis H. Maloney; Consumer Protection, Com- 
missioner Mary M. Heslin; Correction, Commissioner John R. Manson; Eco- 
nomic Development, Commissioner Edward J. Stockton; Education, Commis- 
sioner Dr. Mark R. Shedd; Environmental Protection, Commissioner Stanley J. 
Pac; Health Services, Commissioner Douglas S. Lloyd, M.D.; Higher Education, 
Commissioner Michael D. Usdan; Human Resources, Commissioner Ronald E. 
Manning; Income Maintenance, Commissioner Edward W. Maher; Labor, Com- 
missioner Joseph Peraro; Mental Health, Commissioner Eric A. Plaut, M.D.; 
Mental Retardation, Commissioner Gareth D. Thome; Motor Vehicles, Commis- 
sioner Benjamin A. Muzio; Policy and Management, Secretary Anthony V. Mi- 
lano; Public Safety, Commissioner Donald J. Long; Revenue Services, Commis- 
sioner Orest T. Dubno; Transportation, Commissioner Arthur B. Powers. 

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NEW ENGLAND REGIONAL COMMISSION— (Address: Governors Of- 
fice, State Capitol, Hartford 06115.) Conn, member: Governor Ella Grasso. 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR.— (Address: Room 304, State Capitol, Hart- 
ford 06115. Tel., 566-2614.) 

Lieutenant Governor, William A. O'Neill; Executive Assistant, Ann G. DeNoia; 
Executive Aide, Joseph J. Prevuznak; Secretary-Receptionist , Ruth Sharaf. 

SECRETARY OF THE STATE.— (Address: Room 106, State Capitol; Room 
129, 30 Trinity St., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-4135.) 

Secretary of the State, Barbara B. Kennelly; Deputy Secretary of the State, 
Henry S. Conn; Executive Assistants, Constance Zak, Robert J. Croce; Personal 
Secretary to Mrs. Kennelly, Patricia E. Kelly; Executive Secretary, Emma J. Lee; 
Administrative and Legislative Div.: Dir., Agnes L. Kerr; Business Manager, John 
Holleran; Accountant, Joseph W. Gaydosh; Regulations and Trading Stamps 
Supvr., Louis J. Tapogna; Campaign Financing Supvr., Margaret L. Zinchuk. — 
Corporation Div.: Manager, Maura L. Melley; Asst. Dir., Katherine Keegan. — 
Elections Div.: Director and Attorney, John P. Maloney; Asst. Elections Attorney, 
Deborah Dickson Shapiro. — Duplicating Div.: Supvr., James E. Tully. — Publica- 
tions Div.: Supvr., Ann L. Proctor. — Uniform Commercial Code and Trademark 
Div.: Supvr., Bruce Sutton. 

STATE ETHICS COMMISSION— (Chapt. 10, Gen. Stat. Compensation of 
members, $25 per day of service, plus necessary expenses. Address: 30 Trinitv St., 
Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-4472.) 

Appointed by the Governor, Robert W. MacGregor, West Hartford, Sept. 30, 
1980. Gerard M. Peterson, Bloomfield, Sept. 30, 1980. Sheila M.Hennessey, 
Wethersfield, Sept/30, 1981. 

Appointed by the Pres. Pro Tempore of the Senate, Chm., Rev. Thomas J. 
Lynch, Hartford, Sept. 30, 1981; by the House Minority Leader, Vice Chm., 
George S. Writer, Jr., Southbury, Sept. 30, 1979; by the Senate Minority Leader, 
John M. Lupton, Weston, Sept. 30, 1981; by the Speaker of the House, vacancy. 

Exec. Director-Gen. Counsel, J. D. Eaton. 

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION COMMISSION— (Appointed by the 
Governor, with the advice and consent of either House of the General Assembly, 
for four years, Sec. l-21j, Gen. Stat. Compensation of members, $25 per day of 
service, plus mileage. Address: 30 Trinity St., Hartford 061 15. Tel., 566-5682.) 

Chm., Judith A. Lahey, Glastonbury, June 30, 1983. Dr. John E. Rogers, Man- 
chester, June 30, 1980. Donald W. Friedman, Storrs, June 30, 1981. William J. 
Clew, Haddam, June 30, 1982. Helen M. Loy, Newington, June 30, 1983. 

Exec. Director-Gen. Counsel, Mitchell W. Pearlman. 

STATE ELECTIONS COMMISSION— (Sec. 9-7a, Gen. Stat. Appointed 
with the consent of the General Assembly. Compensation of members, $50 per da) 
for attendance at commission meetings or hearings, plus reasonable expenses. Ad- 
dress: 410 Asylum St., Suite 436, Hartford 06103. Tel., 566-7106.) 

Appointed by the Governor, Chm., Dalila Soto, Manchester, June 30, 1984. 
Appointed by the Pres. Pro Tempore of the Senate, Vice Chm., Sister Marylouise 
Fennell, West Hartford, June 30, 1982. Appointed by the Senate Minority Leader, 
H. Bacon Collamore, Jr., Bloomfield, June 30, 1982. Appointed by the Speaker of 



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the House, Rev. James Demetriades, Wethersfield, June 30, 1980. Appointed by 
the House Minority Leader, vacancy. 

Exec. Director-Gen. Counsel, Samuel E. Slaiby. 

TREASURER.— Address: 20 Trinity St., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-5050.) 
Treasurer, Henry E. Parker; Deputy Treasurer, Paul J. McDonough; Deputy 
Treasurer, Investments, Charles T. Hunter, Jr.; Deputy Treasurer, Debt Manage- 
ment, John C. Richmond. Investment Officers: Fixed Income Securities, Lee 
Van Meter; Short Term Securities, Terry Helming; Operations, Roger Petrin. Ex- 
ecutive Assistants, Barbara L. Reid, Tommie Youins. Chief Accountant, George J. 
Schmaltz; Assistant Chief Accountant, George J. Foley; Principal Accountant, 
Edward J. Szydlowski; Cash Control Officer, Benedict A. Paparella; Chief of Bank 
Control, Jerry Zastawsky; Bank Reconciliation, Gilbert Howard; Escheat Officer 
and Special Funds Supvr., Samuel M. Fraulino. Veterans Bonus Division, Asst. 
Director, Mrs. Fleeta Hudson. 

COMPTROLLER.— (Address: Room 112, State Capitol; Room 325, 30 Trin- 
ity St., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-3271.) 

Comptroller, J. Edward Caldwell; Deputy Comptroller, Lawrence J. Cacciola; 
Chief Administrative Officer, Nicholas Wayne; Chief, Staff Services, Edith Al- 
perin; Chief Accountant, Robert Ruth; Chief, Retirement Div., Jo Ann Mogensen; 
Chief, Central Payroll Div., William Brooks; Chief, Central Accounts Payable, 
Frank Leggio; Chief, Special Services Div., Clement Morin; Chief, Accounting 
Systems Div., Margonis Janaus; Business Manager, Raymond Girard. 

STATE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT COMMISSION.— (Appointed by 
the Governor, for four years, Sec. 5-155, Gen. Stat. Compensation of members, 
none. Address: 30 Trinity St., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-2126.) 

Chm., William G. Oechslin, Avon, July 1, 1979. Vice Chm., Michael R. Dillon, 
Haddam, July 1, 1979. Secy., J. Edward Caldwell, Bridgeport, July 1, 1981. Ar- 
temese Jones, Norwich, July 1, 1981. Donald R. Sondergeld, West Hartford, July 
1, 1979. 

MEDICAL EXAMINING BOARD FOR STATE EMPLOYEE DISABIL- 
ITY RETIREMENT. — (Appointed by the Governor to serve at her pleasure, Sec. 
5- 169(c), Gen. Stat.) 

Chm., Dr. Mehadin K. Arafeh, Middletown; Secy., Dr. James R. Flaherty, 
Palmer, Mass.; Dr. Vincenzo Cocilovo, Newington; Dr. Jean Gino, Southbury; Dr. 
Ronald E. Pinkerton, Hartford; Dr. Joseph Stapor, Orange; vacancy. 

STATE EMPLOYEES GROUP INSURANCE COMMISSION— (Three 
members appointed by the Governor, with the advice and consent of either House 
of the General Assembly, for six years, Sec. 5-258, Gen. Stat. Compensation of 
members, none. Address: Secy., Room 491, State Office Bldg., Hartford 06115. 
Tel., 566-7528.) 

Ex-officio, Chm., Joseph C. Mike, Insurance Comr.; Secy., Elisha C. Freedman, 
Comr. of Administrative Services; J. Edward Caldwell, State Comptroller; An- 
thony V. Milano, Secy., Office of Policy and Management. 

Appointed by the Governor, Roger E. Callahan, West Hartford, July 1, 1979. 
HugoF. Benigni, Hartford, July 1, 1981. Agnes L. Kerr, Rockville, July 1, 1983. 



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ATTORNEY GENERAL.— (Address: Room 240, 30 Trinity St., Hartford 
06115. Tel., 566-2026.) 

Attorney General, Carl R. Ajello; Deputy Attorney General, Peter W. Gillies; 
Executive Assistants, Doris K. Zumbroski, Edward G. Fitzpatrick; Research As- 
sistants, Thomas P. Clifford, Anthony F. DiPentima; Assistant Attorneys General, 
Ernest H. Halstedt, Michael J. Scanlon, Frederick D. Neusner, Francis J. Mac- 
Gregor, William J. Clarke, Ralph G. Murphy, Stephen J. O'Neill, Edmund C. 
Walsh, S. Victor Feingold, James J. Grady, Thomas J. Daley, Paige J. Everin, 
Brian E. O'Neill, Donald Wasik, Miss Mary P. Ryan, Bernard F. McGovern, 
Gerard J. Dowling, William White, Edward Pasiecznik, William A. McQueeney, 
Frank Rogers, Maurice Myrun, Barney Lapp, Daniel R. Schaefer, Richard M. 
Sheridan, Kenneth Tedford, Edward F. Reynolds, Michael A. Arcari, Sidney D. 
Giber, Robert W. Murphy, Richard Greenberg, Arnold K. Shimelman, John Gill, 
Wendell S. Gates, Leonard M. Caine, Robert Nagy, Cornelius Tuohy, John G. 
Haines, Robert S. Golden, Robert L. Klein, Robert M. Langer, Donald M. Long- 
ley, Richard J. Lynch, Richard F. Webb, Angelo J. Smeraldi, Patricia Pac, Robert 
Y. Pelgrift, William J. Friedeberg, Harry W. Hultgren, John F. McKenna, Joseph 
X. Dumond, Timothy O. Fanning, Jacob J. Goldman, William N. Kleinman, 
Carol A. Feinstein, Paul M. Shapiro, Stephen J. McGovern, Charles A. Overend, 
Leslie D. McCallum, Marshall R. Collins, Edward T. Blair, Christina G. Dunnell, 
Larry H. Evans, Arnold B. Feigin, William J. McCullough, Robert T. Oken, Rich- 
ard T. Sponzo, Robert T. Statchen, Robert E. Walsh, Robert W. Garvey, William 
B. Gundling, John Doermann, Alan M. Kosloff, David Ormstedt, George Szyd- 
lowski, William Valetta, Stanley Zurek, Paul Bakulski, Jane Scholl, Dennis Cene- 
viva, John Lacey, Michael Lombardo, Edward Osswalt, Stanley Peck, William 
Prensky, Wilbur Dinegar, Jane Kelly, Richard Couture, Robert Peterson, Janet 
Fons, Brewster Blackall, Susan Pearlman, Sidney Vogel, Seymour Dunn, Stanley 
Peck, Michael O'Connor, Peter Jenkelunas, Sara Posner, Thomas Yesensky, Ste- 
ven Rutstein, John Looney, Robert Vacchelli. Supvr., Workmen's Compensation, 
Philip L. Massicotte; Special Investigator, Workmen's Compensation, William B. 
Ashline. 



STATE DEPARTMENTS AND RELATED AGENCIES, 
BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS 

(As of April 16, 1979.) 

Office Hours: All State buildings in the Hartford area are open from 8:30 A.M. 
to 4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday, with the exception of: The State Library 
and Supreme Court Building, which is open from 8:30 A.M. to 5 P.M., Monday 
through Friday; 9 A.M. to 1 P.M., Saturday (except holiday weekends). Closed 
Sundays and holidays. 

The Dept. of Motor Vehicles is open from 8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M., Tuesday, 
Wednesday and Friday; 8:30 A.M. to 7:30 P.M., Thursday; 8:30 A.M. to 12:30 
P.M., Saturday; closed Monday. 

Publications: Each department issues its own serial publications. Requests 
should be directed to the issuing agency. 

Salaries: Salaries listed in this section are as of April, 1979. 

Telephone: For Centrex information and assistance, 566-4200. 

Zip Code Number: 061 15 for all State buildings in the Hartford and Wethers- 
field area. 



DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES 

COMMISSIONER OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES (Appointed by the 
Governor, with the advice and consent of the General Assembly, for four years, 
Sec. 4-23a; 4-5—4-8, Gen. Stat. Salary, Comr., $41,070; Deputy Comr., $32,829. 
Address: Room 491, State Office Bldg., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-7529.) 

Comr., Elisha C. Freedman, Hartford, March 1, 1983; Deputy Comr., John G. 
Norko, Bridgeport. 

BUREAU OF CENTRAL COLLECTIONS— (Sec. 4-23h, Gen. Stat. Salary, 
Dir., $34,040. Address: 76 Meadow St., East Hartford 06108. Tel., 289-8641.) Di- 
rector, Charles Roark, Manchester. 

BUREAU OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND DATA PROCESSING— 

(Sec. 4-23b, Gen. Stat. Salary, Exec. Dir., $32,619. Address: 340 Capitol Ave., 
Hartford 061 15. Tel., 566-7093.) Exec. Director, Nino C. Moretti, West Simsbury. 

PERSONNEL DIVISION 

(Sec. 5-199, Gen. Stat. Salary, Dir., $33,861. Address: Room 402, State Office 
Bldg., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-5570.) 

Director of Personnel and Labor Relations, Sandra Biloon, West Hartford. 

COMMITTEE ON UPWARD MOBILITY 

(Sec. 4-61t, Gen. Stat. Address: DAS Personnel Div., Room 403, State Office 
Bldg., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-4669.) 
Affirmative Action Chief, Thelma Ball. 

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PERSONNEL APPEAL BOARD 

f Appointed by the Governor, for six years, and until a successor is appointed, 
Sec. 5-201, Gen. Stat. Compensation of members, $50 per day in lieu of expenses. 
Address: Chm., Personnel Div., P.O. Box 806, Hartford 061 15. Tel., 566-5253.) 

Chm., Rev. Robert D. McGrath, Hamden, July 1, 1979. Mrs. Ruth B. Luria, 
Norwalk; Louis Margolis, Hartford, July 1, 1979. Paul J. Pomerantz, West Hart- 
ford; Mrs. Beatrice H. Rosenthal, Waterford, July 1, 1981. Mrs. MarjorieC. Ben- 
nett, Bethlehem, July 1, 1983. William Mehlman, New London; Sylvio Preli, 
Windsor Locks, July 1, 1984. 



BUREAU OF PUBLIC WORKS 

(Sec. 4-125, Gen. Stat. Salary, Deputy Comr., $31,491. Address: Room 473, 
State Office Bldg., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-3360.) 

Deputy Comr., C. Thomas Foley, Portland; Director of Public Works, Robert 
E. McCulloch, Somers; Asst. Director, Dennis A. Keefe, Hebron. 

REAL ASSETS DIVISION— Chief, Design and Review, Francis F. Weiszer, 
South Windsor; Chief Engineer, Johan Koiva, Glastonbury; Chief, Construction, 
Raymond C. Riggott, Kensington; Director, Leasing, Property Mgmt. and Con- 
tracts, Edwin A. Roscoe, Old Saybrook; Chief Fiscal Officer, Frank P. Rondo, 
Wallingford. 

BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS DIVISION— Director, Buildings Mainte- 
nance and Security, Richard A. Keefe, Amston; Chief, Buildings and Grounds, 
Courthouses and Medical, Orland T. Pritchard, South Windsor; Chief, Buildings 
and Grounds, Capitol Area, Ralph C. Hoffman, Coventry; State Capitol Bldg. 
Supt., Frank J. McCartan, Manchester; State Office Bldg. Supt., Robert A. Shaw, 
New Britain; Chief, Energy Management, Stephen J. Keating, Jr., West Hartford. 

BUREAU OF PURCHASES— (Sec. 4-23b, Gen. Stat. Salary, Deputy Comr., 
$28,924. Address: 460 Silver St., Middletown 06457. Tel., 344-2067.) Deputy 
Comr., John W. Otterbein, Portland. 

STANDARDIZATION COMMITTEE 

(Appointed by the Governor to serve at her pleasure. Sec. 4-123, Gen. Stat. 
Address: Room 491, State Office Bldg., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-7529.) 

Chm., Elisha Freedman, Comr. of Administrative Services; J. William Burns, 
Under Secy., Office of Policy and Management; Lawrence J. Cacciola, Deputy 
State Comptroller; C. Edward Hanna, Acting Vice Pres. for Finance and Admin., 
UConn; Mary M. Heslin, Comr. of Consumer Protection; Douglas S. Lloyd, 
M.D., Comr. of Health Services; John R. Manson, Comr. of Correction; John W. 
Otterbein, Deputy Comr., DAS Bureau of Purchases; Stanley J. Pac, Comr. of 
Environmental Protection; William J. Wade, Sr., Deputy Comr. of Transporta- 
tion. 

COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND OPPORTUNITIES 

(Appointed by the Governor, for five years, Sec. 31-123, Gen. Stat. Salary, Dir., 



176 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 

$34,262. Compensation of members, none. Address: 90 Washington St., Hartford 
061 15. Tel., 566-3350. Regional Offices: Capitol Region, 1229 Albany Ave., Hart- 
ford 06112, Tel., 566-7710. Eastern Region, 302 Captain's Walk, New London 
06320, Tel., 447-1485. Southwest Region, 1862 East Main St., Bridgeport 06610, 
Tel., 579-6246. West Central Region, 232 North Elm St., Waterbury 06702, Tel, 
754-2108.) 

Chm., Karl Honsberger, Guilford, July 15, 1983. Deputy Chm., Clarance Jones, 
New Haven, July 15, 1980. Yolanda Barrett, New Hartford, July 15, 1981. Rev. 
Richard A. Battles, II, Hartford, July 15, 1979. William J. Brown, Hartford, July 
15, 1980. Pedro F. Delgado, Bridgeport, July 15, 1982. Delores P. Graham, East 
Hartford, July 15, 1981. Otylia Malinowski, Madison, July 15, 1981. Diana Ortiz, 
New Haven, July 15, 1982. Christopher Rose, West Hartford, July 28, 1979. Sam- 
uel Tirado, Berlin, July 15, 1978. Leonor Toro, Bridgeport, July 15, 1982. 

Director, Arthur L. Green; Asst. Director, Angelo T. Serluco. 

HEARING EXAMINERS 

(Appointed by the Governor, for five years, Sec. 31-124, Gen. Stat., to conduct 
hearings relative to violations of the Fair Employment Practices Law and the Pub- 
lic Accommodations Statute. Compensation, $75 and necessary expenses for each 
day while conducting hearings.) 

John D. Adams, Enfield, June 30, 1982. Frank J. Brown, Hartford, June 30, 

1978. Augustus J. Cavallari, Waterbury, June 30, 1980. M. Jane Christensen, 
Wethersfield, June 30, 1981 . Dominic A. DiCorleto, Hartford, June 30, 1978. Anne 
C. Dranginis, Litchfield, June 30, 1979. Michael A. Fasano, Waterbury, June 30, 
1981. Maurice W. Gilmore, New Canaan, June 30, 1978. Robert J. Haggerty, 
Willimantic, June 30, 1980. Donald R. Holtman, Hartford, June 30, 1979. Barbara 
Lifton, Hamden, June 30, 1982. Patricia A. Lilly, Hartford, June 30, 1979. Neil F. 
Murphy, Jr., Bristol, June 30, 1980. Fleming Norcott, Jr., New Haven, June 30, 

1979. Robert A. Piatt, Windsor, June 30, 1980. Jose R. Ramirez, Hartford, June 
30, 1982. Jerome A. Scoler, Newington, June 30, 1978. Herbert R. Scott, New 
Haven, June 30, 1979. Gerald J. Sullivan, New Canaan, June 30, 1979. James A. 
Totten, Coventry, June 30, 1981. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RIGHTS 
AND OPPORTUNITIES 

(Sec. 4-6 lb, Gen. Stat.) 

Ex-officio, Chm., William A. O'Neill, Lieutenant Governor; Barbara B. Ken- 
nelly, Secretary of the State; Henry E. Parker, State Treasurer; J. Edward Cald- 
well, State Comptroller; Carl R. Ajello, Attorney General. 

Appointed by the Governor, Arthur L. Green, Dir., Comm. on Human Rights 
and Opportunities; Donald J. Long, Comr. of Public Safety; Edward W. Maher, 
Comr. of Income Maintenance; Francis H. Maloney, Comr. of Children and 
Youth Services; Ronald E. Manning, Comr. of Human Resources; John R. Man- 
son, Comr. of Correction; Anthony V. Milano, Secy., Office of Policy and Man- 
agement; David H. Neiditz, Banking Comr.; P. Joseph Peraro, Labor Comr.; 
Marin J. Shealy, Comr. on Aging; Mark R. Shedd, Comr. of Education; Edward J. 
Stockton, Comr. of Economic Development; Gareth D. Thome, Comr. of Mental 
Retardation; Michael D. Usdan, Comr. of Higher Education. 



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STATE CAPITOL PRESERVATION AND RESTORATION 
COMMISSION 

(Sec. 4-24L, Gen. Stat. Compensation of members, none. Address: Room 491, 
State Office Bldg., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-7529.) 

Ex-officio, Elisha C. Freedman, Comr. of Administrative Services. 

Appointed by the Governor, George L. Hershey, New Haven; Mrs. Gay Mat- 
thaei, Killingworth, June 30, 1981. 

Appointed by the Pres. Pro Tempore of the Senate, Sen. George W. Hannon, 
Jr., East Hartford, Jan. 1, 1979. Chm., Rev. Joseph Devine, Hartford, June 30, 
1981. Appointed by the Senate Minority Leader, Secy., Frank P. Wingate, Collins- 
ville, June 30, 1981. 

Appointed by the Speaker of the House, Rep. Teresalee Bertinuson, Melrose, 
Jan. 1, 1979. Rep. Raymond C. Ferrari, Windsor, Jan. 1, 1979. Appointed by the 
House Minority Leader, Robert S. Orcutt, Guilford, June 30, 1979. 

Appointed by the Chm., Conn. Historical Commission, Ms. Nancy Spada, 
Hartford, June 30, 1981. Appointed by the Co-Chm. of the Legislative Manage- 
ment Committee, Sen. Anthony M. Ciarlone, New Haven; Rep. Robert J. Car- 
ragher, Hartford, Jan. 1, 1979. 

STATE INSURANCE PURCHASING BOARD 

(Appointed by the Governor, for four years, and until a successor is appointed 
and has qualified, Sec. 4-37a, Gen. Stat. Compensation of members, necessary 
expenses. Address: Room 310, 30 Trinity St., Hartford 061 15. Tel., 566-2148.) 

Ex-officio, J. Edward Caldwell, State Comptroller. 

Chm., James B. Holmes, Manchester, July 1, 1979. Vice Chm., John C. Mc- 
Gurkin, West Hartford, July 1, 1978. Secy., John P. Frazier, West Hartford, July 
1, 1980. T. Robert McCarron, Clinton; vacancv, July 1, 1977. Peter G. Dovle, 
Fairfield, July 1, 1978. William T. Fisher, Thompson, July 1, 1979. 

STATE PROPERTIES REVIEW BOARD 

(Sec. 4-26a, Gen. Stat. Compensation of members, $100 per diem up to a maxi- 
mum of $12,500 annually. Address: Room 523, State Office Bldg., Hartford 061 15. 
Tel., 566-4608.) 

Chm., Henry P. Gionfriddo, West Hartford, June 30, 1982. Vice Chm., William 
F. Gerety, Windsor, June 30, 1979. Secy., Kenneth J. Borst, Madison, June 30, 
1979. Rowland Ballek, Lyme, June 30, 1982. Joseph T. Gormlev, Fairfield, June 
30, 1981. Daniel J. Tasillo, Hartford, June 30, 1981. 

Exec. Director, William G. Weaver, Jr., PELS. 



DEPARTMENT ON AGING 

COMMISSIONER ON AGING (Appointed by the Governor, with the advice 
and consent of either House of the General Assembly, for four years. Sees 4 -5— 
4-8, Gen. Stat. Salary, Comr., $29,229. Address: 80 Washington St., Hartford 



178 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 

06115. Tel., 566-3867.) 

Comr., Mrs. Marin J. Shealy, Woodbury, March 1, 1983. 

ADVISORY COUNCIL ON AGING 

(Sec. 17-136, Gen. Stat. Compensation of members, necessary expenses. Ad- 
dress: 80 Washington St., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-7725.) 

Ex-officio, Mrs. Marin J. Shealy, Comr. on Aging. 

Appointed by the Governor, Cyril F. Cross, Waterbury; Amos Dublin, West- 
port; Harald H. Lund, Higganum; Eugene McCabe, New Haven; Charles Riet- 
dyke, Wolcott, June 30, 1979. Isabelle Kohler, Lebanon; Ruth Rodriguez, Bridge- 
port; Carmen Romano, North Haven, June 30, 1980. Walter A. Adams, South- 
ington; Jeanne M. Osborn, Ledyard, June 30, 1981. Mary Ann Logue, New Haven; 
Laura Belle McCoy, New Haven; vacancy, June 30, 1982. 

Appointed by the Senate Minority Leader, Chm., Ruth O. Truex, Wethersfield, 
June 30, 1979. Appointed by the Pres. Pro Tempore of the Senate, Mrs. Kailash 
Ahuja, Bolton; Sidney L. Gardner, Hartford, June 30, 1979. 

Appointed by the Speaker of the House, Mrs. Madeline Croke, West Hartford; 
Mary Gustafson, Hartford, June 30, 1979. Appointed by the House Minority 
Leader, John W. Queenan, Greenwich, June 30, 1979. 

Past Chairman, Mother M. Bernadette, O. Carm., Trumbull, June 30, 1981. 

NURSING HOME OMBUDSMEN OFFICE 

(Sec. 17- 135a, Gen. Stat. Dept. on Aging, 80 Washington St., Hartford 061 15. 
Tel., 566-7770.) 

State Ombudsman, Mrs. Jacqueline Walker. 

Regional Ombudsmen, Southwestern Region I (Bridgeport), Judith Sugarman, 
Tel., 366-6761; South Central Region II (Woodbridge), Frances Impellizzeri, Tel., 
789-6913; Eastern Region III (Norwich), Meredith Savage, Tel., 886-0521; North 
Central Region IV (Hartford), Lynn Algarin, Tel., 525-9053; Northwestern Re- 
gion V (Danbury), Shelia Calhoun, Tel., 573-0866. 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE (Appointed by the Governor, with 
the advice and consent of either House of the General Assembly, for four years, 
Sec. 4-5—4-8, Gen. Stat. Salary, Comr., $28,989; Deputy, $26,308. Address: 
Room 273, State Office Bldg., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-4667.) 

Comr., Leonard E. Krogh, East Granby, March 1, 1983; Deputy Comr., Doro- 
thy Kane McCafTery, Litchfield; Exec. Asst. to Comr., Margaret B. Sacher, West 
Hartford. 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, Executive Head, Leonard E. Krogh, 
East Granby; Business Services Officer, Edward Matthews, Winsted; Chief, Mar- 
keting Div., Robert Goldman, Bloomfield; Acting Asst. Chief, Dairy Div., Paul 
Gotthelf, Fitchville; Asst. Chief, Livestock Div., Edward Pedersen, Sharon; State 



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Veterinarian, Dr. Robert J. Stadler, Barkhamsted; Chief, Canine Control, Louis 
Golet, Moodus; Chief, Aquaculture Div., John E. Baker, Orange. 

CONNECTICUT MARKETING AUTHORITY (Appointed by the Gover- 
nor, for six years, Sec. 22-63, Gen. Stat. Salary, Exec. Secy., $17,935. Compensa- 
tion of members, necessary expenses. Address: Exec. Secy., 101 Reserve Rd., 
Hartford 06114. Tel., 527-5047.) 

Ex-officio, Leonard E. Krogh, Comr. of Agriculture. 

Chm., Mrs. Patricia M. Kepler, Glastonbury, July 1, 1979. Vice Chm., Francis 
H. Adams, Deep River, July 1, 1984. David C. Anderson, Wethersfield; Bernard A. 
Goldberg, West Hartford; Hedley E. Hill, Amston; Vincent Majchier, Franklin; 
Maurice E. Yandow, Wethersfield; Leon Zapadka, Manchester, July 1, 1981. Ar- 
nold Bogatz, South Windsor; Eugene Freund, East Canaan, July 1, 1983. 

Exec. Secy., Thomas B. Moriarty, Enfield. 

STATE MILK REGULATION BOARD 

(Appointed by the Governor, with the advice and consent of either House of the 
General Assembly, for four years, and until a successor is appointed and has quali- 
fied, Sec. 22-131, Gen. Stat. Compensation, $20 and expenses for each day of serv- 
ice. Address: Dairy Division, Room 283, State Office Bldg., Hartford 061 15. Tel., 
566-5894.) 

Ex-officio, Chm., Leonard E. Krogh, Comr. of Agriculture; Douglas S. Lloyd, 
M.D., Comr. of Health Services. 

Appointed members, Elaine Grunberger, Stamford; Alexander Guida, III, East 
Lyme; Leonard P. Maynard, Lebanon, May 1, 1981. Stanley J. Falkowski, West 
Suffield; Warren J. Foley, Canaan; Mrs. Ruth Glantz, Washington, for terms co- 
terminous with term of Governor or until a successor is chosen. 



DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS REGULATION 

SECRETARY OF BUSINESS REGULATION (Appointed by the Governor, 
with the advice and consent of either House of the General Assembly, for four 
years, Sec. 4c- 1, Gen. Stat. Salary, Secretary, $33,162. Address: State Office Bldg., 
Hartford 061 15. Tel., 566-8500.) 

Secretary of Business Regulation, John T. Downey, New Haven, March 1, 1983. 

DIVISION OF BANKING 

BANKING COMMISSIONER (Appointed by the Governor, with the advice 
and consent of either House of the General Assembly, for four years, Sec. 4-5 — 4-8, 
Gen. Stat. Salary, Comr., $30,915; Deputy Comr., $23,692. Address: Room 239, 
State Office Bldg., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-4560.) 

Comr., David H. Neiditz, West Hartford, March 1, 1983; Deputy Comr.. Linda 
J. Kelly, Hartford. 

Dir., Bank Examinations, Edward W. Dooley, Jr., Windsor; Asst. Dir., Bank 
Examinations, Raymond Cordani, Torrington; Dir., Consumer Credit. Robert C. 



180 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 

Focht, Glastonbury; Dir., Credit Unions, Joseph D. Tirinzoni, Kensington; Dir., 
Securities, John F. Healey, West Hartford; Dir., Securities Enforcement and 
Trust, Ralph A. Lambiase, Marlborough; Supvr., Bank Investments, Leonard A. 
Rich, West Hartford; Examiners, James F. Abdo, Windsor; Frank J. Accetura, 
Cheshire; John A. Beaty, Fairfield; Robert L. Becker, Newington; D. Francis 
Burke, Wethersfield; Malcolm G. Campbell, West Hartford; Thomas J. Catania, 
Enfield; Joseph M. Cibula, Meriden; Lewis S. Clark, Middlebury; Rudolph A. 
Cohen, Hartford; James M. Convery, Milford; Adeline P. Costa, Ellington; Irene 
A. Costello, Rockville; Benedict A. Cretella, Seymour; Robert J. Daly, West Hart- 
ford; Vernelle J. Davis, Hartford; Jack E. Decker, Devon; Harry S. Donnelly, Jr., 
Bridgeport; Rebecca C. Dunn, Hartford; Barry A. Elliott, East Hartford; Edward 
H. Farrell, Newington; Edmund J. Febbraio, New Haven; Robert L. Ferree, Mid- 
dlefield; Robert S. Greenwood, West Haven; Allen J. Guiot, East Hampton; Wal- 
ter C. Hamlin, Northford; Joseph M. Harris, Windsor; Glenn W. Hayes, Walling- 
ford; Virginia C. Hughes, Hartford; Clifford J. Jones, Bridgeport; Edward S. 
Kaliszewski, Hamden; Robert J. Kelly, Cheshire; Frank R. Kern, Jr., Kensington; 
Arthur F. Kleffke, Hamden; Samuel Kowal, Seymour; Roger N. LaBonte, East 
Hartford; William J. MacDonald, East Hampton; Leona R. Madeux, Old Say- 
brook; Robert E. Maloney, West Haven; Robert F. Maloney, Meriden; Patricia K. 
Marson, West Hartford; Pauline A. McMahon, New Preston; Raymond J. Milot, 
Sandy Hook; Joseph H. Mulvey, Hamden, Anders F. Myhr, West Hartford; Ann 
M. Negrini, East Berlin; James E. Nichols, Bolton; David L. O'Brien, Middle- 
town; Andrew J. Paczkowski, New Britain; Joseph Pandiscia, Newington; Clayton 
L. Parker, East Hartford; Patricia A. Parzmyies, Terryville; Leo J. Pelletier, 
Stratford; Claudia A. Pesco, Meriden; Howard F. Pitkin, Jr., Manchester; Horace 
M. Plumb, Jr., Bridgeport; Paul M. Portnoy, West Haven; Bethel A. Ragaglia, 
East Haddam; Alfred G. Reutter, Rockville; Russell L. Sarrazin, Meriden; Sebas- 
tian F. Scarfe, Kensington; Ruth E. Seagrave, Middletown; John T. Stelmach, 
Hartford; Eugene L. Terrell, Waterbury; Chester E. Uliasz, Southington; Curtis E. 
Warren, Mystic; Everett T. Whitmore, Cromwell; Eric J. Wilder, Westfield, 
Mass.; Bruce R. Wilson, Hartford; Walter C. Wirsul, Bloomfield; Ronald J. 
Wood, Brooklyn; Thomas J. Zaleski, West Hartford. 

DIVISION OF CONSUMER COUNSEL 

(Appointed by the Governor, with the advice and consent of either House of the 
General Assembly, for five years, Sec. 16-2a, Gen. Stat. Salary, $28,010. Address: 
State Office Bldg., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-7287.) 

Consumer Counsel, Barry S. Zitser, Hartford. 

DIVISION OF INSURANCE 

INSURANCE COMMISSIONER (Appointed by the Governor, with the ad- 
vice and consent of either House of the General Assembly, for four years, Sec. 4-5 
—4-8, Gen. Stat. Salary, Comr., $31,201; Deputy Comr., $24,704. Address: Room 
425, State Office Bldg., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-5275.) 

Comr, Joseph C. Mike, Bristol, March 1, 1983; Deputy Comr., Patsy Papan- 
drea, Jr., Meriden. Chief of Casualty Actuarial Div., John R. Linden, Wethers- 
field; Dir. of Examination Div., Peter F. Kelly, Manchester; Chief of Rating Div., 
Waldo R. DiSanto, Haddam; Dir. of Licenses and Claims Div., Gerard T. Wholey, 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 181 

West Hartford; Chief of Administration and Personnel, Gloria J. Christensen, 
Rocky Hill. 

DIVISION OF LIQUOR CONTROL 

(Appointed by the Governor, for six years, Sec. 30-2, Gen. Stat. Salary, Chm., 
$23,576; other members, $19,437, $17,587. Address: Room 556, State Office Bldg., 
Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-5926.) 

Chm., John F. Healy, Milford, April 30, 1981. David L. Snyder, Thomaston, 
April 30, 1983. Louis A. Sidoli, Hamden, to serve at the pleasure of the Governor. 

Exec. Secretary, vacancy. 

POWER FACILITY EVALUATION COUNCIL 

(Sec. 16-50J, Gen. Stat. Compensation of council members, $50 per day of serv- 
ice and necessary traveling expenses. Address: Room G-24, State Office Bldg., 
Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-5612.) 

Stanley J. Pac, Comr. of Environmental Protection; Miriam Butterworth, 
Chm., Public Utilities Control Authority. 

Appointed by the Governor, Chm., Gloria Dibble Pond, Woodbury, June 30, 
1980. Owen L. Clark, West Hartford; James G. Horsfall, Hamden, June 30, 1979. 
Mortimer A. Gelston, East Haddam, June 30, 1980. Colin C. Tait, Colebrook, 
June 30, 1981. 

Appointed by the Pres. Pro Tempore of the Senate, Fred J. Doocy, South Wind- 
sor. Appointed by the Speaker of the House, Christopher S. Wood, Weston. 

Exec. Director, Patricia M. Smith. 

DIVISION OF PUBLIC UTILITIES CONTROL 

PUBLIC UTILITIES CONTROL AUTHORITY (Appointed by the Gover- 
nor, with the advice and consent of the General Assembly, Sec. 16-2, Gen. Stat. 
Address: Room 573, State Office Bldg., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-2104.) 

Chm., Mrs. Miriam B. Butterworth, West Hartford; Vice Chm., Gerald J. Mc- 
Cann, Bristol; David J. Harrigan, Simsbury; Thomas K. Standish, Hartford; Paul 
Weiner, Storrs, June 30, 1979. 

DIVISION OF PUBLIC UTILITIES CONTROL: Dir. of U til. Accounting 
and Finance, Edwin L. Mitchell, Manchester; Exec. Secy., Henry Mierzwa, Ver- 
non; Pub. Util. Chief Engr., Ralph E. Reuss, South Windsor; Acting Dir. of U til. 
Operating and Management Analysis, Charles J. Burns, Newington; Dir. of Rate 
Analysis, Statistics and Research, Charles T. Caprino, East Hartford; Dir. of Con- 
sumer Assistance and Info., King Quillen, Granby; Asst. Any. Gen., Robert S. 
Golden, Jr., Rocky Hill. 



DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND YOUTH SERVICES 

COMMISSIONER OF CHILDREN AND YOUTH SERVICES (Appointed 
by the Governor, with the advice and consent of either House of the General As- 
sembly, for four years, Sec. 4-5 — 4-8, Gen. Stat. Salary, Comr., $35,145; Deputy 
Comrs., $26,492. Address: 345 Main St., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-3536.) 



182 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 

Comr., Francis H. Maloney, Storrs, March 1, 1983; Deputy Comr., Mark J. 
Marcus, Westport; Deputy Comr. for Program Services, vacancy. 

STATE ADVISORY COUNCIL ON CHILDREN AND 
YOUTH SERVICES 

(Appointed by the Governor to serve at her pleasure, Sec. 17-413, Sec. 4-la, Gen. 
Stat. Compensation of members, necessary expenses. Address: 345 Main St., 
Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-3536.) 

Ex-officio, Francis H. Maloney, Comr. of Children and Youth Services. 

Chm., Albert J. Solnit, M.D., New Haven; Robert I. Beers, Hartford; Patrick 
Bologna, Bridgeport; Mrs. Ernestine Brown, Waterford; Dexter S. Burnham, East 
Hartford; Jose Claudio, Hartford; Donald Farrington, Norwich; Paul N. GrafTag- 
nino, M.D., West Hartford; Mrs. Johnese White Howard, Manchester; Miss Eve- 
line B. Omwake, Quaker Hill; Joshua Paul, New Haven; David L. Snow, Branford; 
Ronald A. Wolf, Ridgefield. 

ALBANY AVENUE CHILD GUIDANCE CENTER (Facility of Dept. of 
Children and Youth Services, Sec. 17-435, Gen. Stat. Salary, Director, $25,190. 
Address: 620 Albany Ave., Hartford 06112. Tel., 566-2436.) 

Director, David Friez. 

HIGH MEADOWS, HAMDEN 

(Formerly Connecticut Child Study and Treatment Home) 

(Facility of Dept. of Children and Youth Services, Sec. 17-427, Gen. Stat. Sal- 
ary, Supt., $29,700. Value of real property, $4,657,566. Address: High Meadows, 
825 Hartford Tpke., Hamden 06517. Tel., 789-7200.) 

Advisory Board: Chm., Vincent A. Naclerio, Hamden; Laura D. Allan, Ham- 
den; James Barber, New Haven; George J. Conkling, North Haven; Elias J. 
Marsh, M.D., North Haven; Sidney M. Miller, Hamden; Bernard Nitkin, Ham- 
den; Thomas S. Pagnam, Hamden; John Thomas, M.D., Cheshire; Frank Yulo, 
Hamden. 

Supt., Charles W. Leonard. 

INTERSTATE COMPACT ON JUVENILES 

(Appointed by the Governor, Sec. 17-77, Gen. Stat. Address: P.O. Box 902, 
White Hall-UnderclirT, Meriden 06450. Tel., 238-6090.) 

Administrator, Francis H. Maloney, Comr. of Children and Youth Services; 
Deputy Administrator, Mrs. Polly U. Champ. 

INTERSTATE COMPACT ON MENTAL HEALTH 
(For children and youth under the age of 18.) 

(Appointed by the Governor, Sec. 17-259, Gen. Stat. Address: P.O. Box 902, 
White Hall-UnderclirT, Meriden 06450. Tel., 238-6090.) 

Administrator, Francis H. Maloney, Comr. of Children and Youth Services; 
Deputy Administrator, Mrs. Polly U. Champ. 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 183 

INTERSTATE COMPACT ON PLACEMENT OF CHILDREN 

(Appointed by the Governor, Sec. 17-8 la, Gen. Stat. Address: P.O. Box 902, 
White Hall-UnderclirT, Meriden 06450. Tel., 238-6090.) 

Administrator, Francis H. Maloney, Comr. of Children and Youth Services; 
Deputy Administrator, Mrs. Polly U. Champ. 

LONG LANE SCHOOL, MIDDLETOWN (Facility of Dept. of Children and 
Youth Services, Sec. 17-411, Gen. Stat. Salary, Supt., $27,848. Number of chil- 
dren under jurisdiction, Jan. 1, 1979, 202. Value of real property, $9,715,830. Ad- 
dress: Long Lane, Middletown 06457. Tel., 344-2811.) 

Supt., Dr. Kenneth R. Roulx. 

ADOPTION REVIEW BOARD 

(Sec. 45-69c, Gen. Stat. Compensation of members, none. Address: 80 South 
Main St., West Hartford 06107. Tel., 566-7897.) 

Chm., Glenn E. Knierim, Probate Court Administrator; Raymond Farrington, 
Acting Dir., Children's and Protective Services, Dept. of Children and Youth Serv- 
ices. Appointed by the Governor, Rev. Robert E. McNulty, Gales Ferry, June 1, 
1980. 

ADOPTION RECORDS REVIEW BOARD 

(Members appointed by the Probate Court Administrator, Sec. 45-68d, Gen. 
Stat. Address: 80 South Main St., West Hartford 06107. Tel., 566-7897.) 

Chm., Glenn E. Knierim, Probate Court Administrator; Bill Brayfield, Windsor; 
Dr. Merton S. Honeyman, Hartford; Mrs. Elinor D. Lozier, Hartford; Mrs. Cyn- 
thia McCall, Norwalk; Mrs. Caroline Murray, Ellington. 



DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER PROTECTION 

COMMISSIONER OF CONSUMER PROTECTION (Appointed by the 
Governor, with the advice and consent of either House of the General Assembly, 
for four years, Sec. 4-5 — 4-8, Gen. Stat. See Sec. 19- 170a. Salary, Comr., $33,173; 
Deputv Comr., $27,386. Address: Room 105, State Office Bldg., Hartford 061 15. 
Tel., 566-4206.) 

Comr., Mary M. Heslin, Hartford, March 1, 1983; Deputy Comr.. Joseph M. 
McDonough, West Hartford; Dir. Licensing and Admin.. James F. Carey, Colum- 
bia; Legal Counsel, Joseph A. Lembo, Ansonia; Exec. Assts. to Comr.. Doroth> R 
Quirk, Hartford; Kathleen Curry, Farmington; Susan K. Nichols, Old Saybrook. 

General Section — Div. Chief, Foods. Kenneth J. Flanagan; Div. Dir.. Drug Con- 
trol, Robert C. Grieb, Orange; Exec. Secy., Pharmacy Commission. Edmund E. 
Goodmaster, Sr., New Haven; Exec. Secy.. Athletic Div.. Hugh Devlin, Nc* Lon- 
don; Div. Chief, Weights and Measures, John Bennett, Glastonbury; Adm. Serv- 
ices Officer, Susan K. Gray, West Hartford; Div. Chief Frauds, Arthur P. James, 
Canterbury; Div. Chief Product Safety, Lois R. Bryant, Coventry 



184 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 

COMMISSION OF PHARMACY (Appointed by the Governor from six 
names presented by the Conn. Pharmaceutical Assoc, for six years, Sec. 20-163, 
Gen. Stat. Compensation of members, $500; Chm., $1,000 additional. Address: 
State Office Bldg., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-4832.) 

Chm., Roman F. Panek, West Hartford, June 1, 1980. Joseph F. Paceoni, West 
Haven, June 1, 1979. Raymond T. McMullen, Moodus, June 1, 1981. Dorothy B. 
Romanelli, South Norwalk, June 1, 1982. Louis C. Annino, Killingworth, June 1, 
1983. James E. O'Brien, M.D., Wethersfield, June 1, 1984. 

Exec. Secy., Edmund E. Goodmaster, Sr., New Haven. 

CONSUMERS ADVISORY COUNCIL 

(Appointed by the Governor, with the advice and consent of either House of the 
General Assembly, for four years, Sec. 19- 170b, Gen. Stat. Compensation of mem- 
bers, necessary expenses. Address: Chm., UConn Cooperative Extension Service, 
Box U-58, Storrs 06268. Tel., 486-2728.) 

Chm., Dr. Elsie Fetterman, Mansfield, July 1, 1979. Columbus Lanier, Bloom- 
field; Mrs. Pauline Putriment, Warehouse Point; Mrs. Catherine K. Corcoran, 
Vernon; Mrs. Gemma E. Moran, Groton, July 1, 1981. Asst. Atty. Gen. Robert M. 
Langer, West Hartford, to serve at the pleasure of the Governor. 

BOARD OF PROTECTION AND ADVOCACY FOR HANDICAPPED 
AND DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED PERSONS 

(Appointed by the Governor to serve at her pleasure, Sec. 46a-9, Gen. Stat. 
Address: 61 Woodland St., Hartford 06105. Tel., 566-7616, toll free, 1-800-842- 
7303.) 

Chm., Thomas C. Clark, Farmington; Lisa B. Blumberg, West Hartford; Vice 
Chm., Robert W. Pratt, Wallingford; Secy., Samuel Teitelman, New Haven; Wil- 
liam C. Bryant III, Old Lyme; Sister Judith A. Carey, West Hartford; Mrs. Ann P. 
Dandrow, Southington; Mrs. Miriam H. Houston, East Haddam; Richard D. 
Keller, Bloomfield; Robert G. Melander, East Hartford; Mrs. Georgia Narcise, 
Norwalk; Rev. Robert J. Shea, Rocky Hill; Anthony J. Zienka, Jr., New Britain; 
Seymour Zlotnick, East Lyme. 

OFFICE OF PROTECTION AND ADVOCACY FOR HANDICAPPED 
AND DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED PERSONS 

(Director appointed by the Governor to serve at her pleasure, Sec. 46a- 10, Gen. 
Stat. Salary, Exec. Dir., $23,1 14. Address: 61 Woodland St., Hartford 06105. Tel., 
566-7616, toll free, 1-800-842-7303.) 

Exec. Director, Eliot J. Dober, Newington; Asst. Director, Stanley J. Kosloski, 
Cromwell. 

STATE BOARD OF TELEVISION AND RADIO 
SERVICE EXAMINERS 

(Appointed by the Governor, for five years, and until a successor is appointed 
and has qualified, Sec. 20-343, Gen. Stat. Compensation of members, travel and 
other necessary expenses. Address: Room G-7A, State Office Bldg., Hartford 
06115. Tel., 566-5547, 566-3839.) 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 185 

Chm., Alfred L. Berner, East Hartford, Sept. 30, 1979. Secy., Carleton J. Ben- 
son, Prospect, Sept. 30, 1977. Andrew J. Lickwar, New Britain, Sept. 30, 1981. 
Corrado Uccello, Newington, Sept. 30, 1983. 

Exec. Secretary, Arthur R. Van Sicklin. 

ARCHITECTURAL REGISTRATION BOARD 

(Appointed by the Governor, for a term coterminous with term of Governor or 
until a successor is appointed and has qualified, Sec. 20-289, Gen. Stat. Address: 20 
Grand St., Hartford 06106. Tel., 566-2234.) 

Daniel P. Antinozzi, Jr., Stratford; Andrew S. Cohen, Middlebury; Andrew 
Masciarelli, Stamford; Mrs. Marian Isenberg, West Hartford; Robert J. Von 
Dohlen, West Hartford. 

CONNECTICUT WELL DRILLING BOARD 

(Appointed by the Governor, for a term coterminous with term of Governor or 
until a successor is appointed, Sec. 25-127, Gen. Stat. Address: 20 Grand St., Hart- 
ford 06106. Tel., 566-3275.) 

Carl A. DeDominicis, Torrington; Robert J. Grant, Southbury; Raymond Ja- 
rema, Berlin; Alexander M. Kordick, Seymour; Daniel B. Meade, Hampton; 
George Paganetti, Durham; Peter Pettini, Stonington. 

STATE BOARD OF ACCOUNTANCY 

(Appointed by the Governor, from names presented by the Conn. Society of 
Certified Public Accountants for a term coterminous with term of Governor or 
until a successor is appointed and has qualified, Sec. 20-279, Gen. Stat. Address: 20 
Grand St., Hartford 06106. Tel., 566-7835.) 

Chm., John S. Heher, CPA, Trumbull; Murray A. Klein, CPA, Easton; Robert 
D. Miller, CPA, West Hartford; Constandino L. Tomassella, PA, Orange. 

STATE BOARDS FOR OCCUPATIONAL LICENSING 

(Appointed by the Governor, from a list of names submitted by employees' and 
employers' associations in the respective occupations, Sec. 20-331, Gen. Stat. Ad- 
dress: 20 Grand St., Hartford 06106. Tel., 566-3290, 3291.) 

ELECTRICAL WORK EXAMINING BOARD— David W. Cohen, Man- 
chester; David S. Mills, Rockville; David A. Nettleton, Stratford; Richard Pana- 
grossi, Branford; Lee L. Tager, West Hartford. 

ELEVATOR INSTALLATION, REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE WORK 
EXAMINING BOARD— John J. Barrett, West Hartford; John R. DeRosa, Jr., 
South Windsor; Frederick W. Farnsworth, Hamden; John O'Brien, Groton; Wal- 
ter E. Tower, Manchester. 

HEATING, PIPING AND COOLING WORK EXAMINING BOARD — 
David E. Alton, Hartford; Joseph Carr, West Haven; John Chernovet/. West Ha- 
ven; Curtis L'Hommedieu, Woodbridge; Terrence J. Quinn, Fitchville. 

PLUMBING AND PIPING WORK EXAMINING BOARD— Francis W 
Brown, Norwich; John F. Lynch, East Hartford; Harry L. Oakes, Norwalk, Fred 
Otto, Jr., Danbury; Vincent J. Riera, Plainville. 



1 86 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 

CONNECTICUT STATE BOARD OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS 

(Appointed by the Governor for a term coterminous with term of Governor or 
until a successor is appointed and has qualified, Sec. 20-368, Gen. Stat. Address: 20 
Grand St., Hartford 06106.) 

James A. Block, Simsbury; Vincent McDermott, Bethlehem; Albert B. Morgan, 
Danielson; William H. Stewart, Granby; Philip J. Wojtusik, Sr., Bristol. 

STATE TREE PROTECTION EXAMINING BOARD 

(Appointed by the Governor for a term coterminous with the term of the Gover- 
nor or until a successor is appointed, Sec. 23-6 la (b), Gen. Stat. Address: 123 
Huntington St., Box 1106, New Haven 06504. Tel., 787-7421.) 

Ex-officio, George R. Stephens, New Haven; Saul Rich, New Haven. 

Appointed by the Governor, Kenneth L. Grimm, Forestville; Martin J. Kelly, 
Jr., Cheshire; Mark Newgarden, Old Saybrook. 

CONNECTICUT REAL ESTATE COMMISSION 

(Appointed by the Governor for a term coterminous with term of Governor or 
until a successor is appointed and has qualified, Sec. 20-31 la, Gen. Stat. Salary, 
Exec. Dir., $24,144. Address: 90 Washington St., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-5131, 
5132.) 

Howard M. Benedict, Jr., Hamden; Frank Bero, Bridgeport; Robert T. Blough, 
West Hartford; F. Jerome Silverstein, New London; Gordon L. Walsh, Ridgefield. 

Exec. Director, Laurence L. Hannafin, Norfolk. 

STATE BOARD OF REGISTRATION FOR PROFESSIONAL 
ENGINEERS AND LAND SURVEYORS 

(Appointed by the Governor for a term coterminous with term of Governor or 
until a successor is appointed, Sec. 20-300, Gen. Stat. Address: 20 Grand St., Hart- 
ford 06106. Tel., 566-3386.) 

Joseph A. Cermola, New Haven; Lawrence A. Fagan, Jr., Wethersfield; Ernest 
B. Gardow, Simsbury; Arthur H. Howland, New Milford; James F. Kissane, Jr., 
West Hartford; August E. Sapega, West Hartford. 

STATE BOARD OF VETERINARY REGISTRATION 
AND EXAMINATION 

(Appointed by the Governor, from a list submitted by the Conn. Veterinary 
Medical Assoc, for a term coterminous with term of Governor or until a successor 
is appointed, Sec. 20-196, Gen. Stat. Address: 20 Grand St., Hartford 06106. Tel., 
566-2294.) 

David B. Bender, D.V.M., Windsor; Melvin N. Grove, D.V.M., Springdale; Leo 
L. Lieberman, D.V.M., Waterford; Robert K. Milkey, D.V.M., Granby; Russell 
F. Strasburger, V.M.D., Newtown. 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 1 87 

DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION 

COMMISSIONER OF CORRECTION (Appointed by the Governor, with the 
advice and consent of either House of the General Assembly, for four years. Sec. 4- 
5—4-8, Gen. Stat. See Sec. 18-80, Gen. Stat. Salary, Comr., $37,989; Deputy 
Comrs., Institution Services, $31,271; Field Services, $27,603; Evaluation and In- 
spection, $31,271. Address: 340 Capitol Ave., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-5710, 
4457.) 

Comr., John R. Manson, Orange, March 1, 1983; Deputy Comr. of Institution 
Services, Raymond M. Lopes; Deputy Comr. of Field Services, Dr. Lawrence Al- 
bert; Deputy Comr. of Evaluation and Inspection, Dorin J. Polvani. 

DIVISION OF PAROLE (Address: 340 Capitol Ave., Hartford 06115. Tel., 
566-5203.) 

Administrator, Dr. Lawrence Albert, Deputy Comr. of Field Services; Chief, 
Parole Services, Leonard Barbieri; Division Parole Supvrs., Bridgeport, Robert 
Houston, 1862 East Main St., 06602; Hartford, Arthur Blomberg, 630 Oakwood 
Ave., West Hartford 06107; New Haven, John A. Morytko, 1985 State St., Ham- 
den 06514. 

CONNECTICUT CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION, CHESHIRE (Supt. 
appointed by the Comr. of Correction, Sec. 18-82, Gen. Stat. Salary, Supt., $30,- 
863. Number of inmates as of Jan. 1, 1979, 427. Value of real propertv, $10,427,- 
072. Address: 900 Milldale Rd., Cheshire 06410. Tel., 272-5391.) 

Supt., Dwaine E. Nickeson; Asst. Supt. (Operations), H. Jerome Smith; Asst. 
Supt. (Treatment and Training}, Nicholas Grippo. 

CONNECTICUT CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION, ENFIELD (Supt. ap- 
pointed by the Comr. of Correction, Sec. 18-82, Gen. Stat. Salary, Supt., $30,863. 
Number of inmates as of Jan. 1, 1979, 395. Value of real propertv, $8,178,424. 
Address: Box G, Enfield 06082. Tel., 749-8391.) 

Supt., Richard M. Steinert; Asst. Supt., Donald C. DeVeau; Asst. Warden, 
George D. Bronson. 

CONNECTICUT CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION, NIANTIC (Supt. ap- 
pointed by the Comr. of Correction, Sec. 18-82, Gen. Stat. Salary, Supt., $25,157. 
Number of inmates as of Jan. 1, 1979, female adults, 131; male adults, 0. Value of 
real property, $8,377,922. Address: 199 West Main St., Niantic 06357. Tel., 739- 
5413.) 

Supt., Mrs. Marie Cerino; Deputy Supt.. Miss Charlene Perkins. 

CONNECTICUT CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION, SOMERS (Warden 
appointed by the Comr. of Correction, Sec. 18-82, Gen. Stat. Salary, Warden, 
$33,649. Number of inmates as of Jan. 1 , 1979, 969. Value of real propertv, $26,- 
420,289. Address: Box 100, Somers 06071. Tel., 749-8391.) 

Warden, Carl Robinson; Asst. Warden (Operations), Alexander Cybulski, Jr.; 
Asst. Warden. (Treatment and Training). James Singer. 



188 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 

COMMUNITY CORRECTIONAL CENTERS 

(Administered by the Correctional Center Administrator. Address: Room 321, 
340 Capitol Ave., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-5140.) 
Administrator, Raymond Coyle. 



Location 
Bridgeport 

1106 North Ave. 06604 


Wardens 
Victor Liburdi 


Tel. No. 
579-6131 


Brooklyn 

Route 6, 06234 


Richard Hills 


774-9216 


Hartford 

177 Weston St. 06120 


Richard W. Wezowicz 


566-7750 


Litchfield 

North and West Sts. 06759 


Charles Brownell 


567-9491 


Montville 

Route 32, Uncasville 06382 


Henry Karney 


848-9216 


New Haven 

245WhalleyAve.06510 


Francis T. Moore 


789-7111 



NEW ENGLAND INTERSTATE CORRECTIONS COMPACT (Sec. 18- 
104, Gen. Stat. Address: 340 Capitol Ave., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-3393.) 

Administrator, John R. Manson, Comr. of Correction; Deputy Admr., Dr. Law- 
rence Albert, Deputy Comr. of Field Services; Compact Supw., Leonard Barbieri. 

BOARD OF PAROLE (Appointed by the Governor, with the advice and con- 
sent of either House of the General Assembly, for four years, Sec, 54- 124a, Gen. 
Stat. Compensation of members, Chm., $24,144; other members, $75 for each day 
spent in performance of duties, plus necessary expenses. Address: 340 Capitol Ave., 
Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-4229.) 

Chm., Richard J. Reddington, West Hartford; Ellsworth Cramer, Norwich; 
Mrs. Mary Ellen Killeen, Enfield; Mrs. Gertrude Koskoff, Plainville; Andres Vas- 
quez, Hartford, for terms coterminous with the term of the Governor or until a 
successor is chosen. Charles J. Kiernan, Old Lyme; Shirley Norman, Waterbury; 
Mrs. Margaret K. Sanderson, Bloomfield, June 30, 1980. Robert E. Courtney, Jr., 
West Hartford, June 30, 1981. Vincent R. Gagliardi, East Haven; Rev. Herbert 
Smith, Hartford, June 30, 1982. 

INTERSTATE COMPACT FOR PAROLE AND 
PROBATION SUPERVISION 

(Sec. 54-133, Gen. Stat. Address: Room 301, 340 Capitol Ave., Hartford 061 15. 
Tel., 566-3393.) 

Administrator, John R. Manson, Comr. of Correction; Deputy Admr., Dr. Law- 
rence Albert, Deputy Comr. of Field Services; Compact Supvr., Leonard Barbieri. 

COMMISSION TO STUDY CRIMINAL PRETRIAL PROGRAMS 

(Special Act No. 78-37. Address: 340 Capitol Ave., Hartford 061 15. Tel., 566- 
3846.) 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 189 

Co-Chm., Lawrence Albert, Dep. Comr. of Field Services, Correction Dept.; 
State Rep. Maurice B. Mosley, Waterbury. Lawrence E. Alibozek, Torrington; 
Michael C. Bellobuono, Hartford; Terry Capshaw, Hartford; Martin T. Gold, 
Hartford; Brian L. Hollander, Hartford; Hugh F. Keefe, East Haven; Sen. How- 
ard T. Owens, Jr., Bridgeport; Joseph M. Shortall, Hartford; Judge Maurice J. 
Sponzo, Hartford. 

BOARD OF PARDONS 

(Appointed by the Governor, with the advice and consent of either House of the 
General Assembly, for six years, Sec. 18-24a, Gen. Stat. Compensation of mem- 
bers, per diem. Address: Secy., 240 Fairfield Ave., Suite 203, Bridgeport 06604. 
Tel., 333-0272.) 

Chm., Paul J. McQuillan, New Britain; Justice Ellen A. Peters, Hartford; Sarah 
Ferrer Romany, Hartford, for terms coterminous with term of Governor or until a 
successor is chosen. Dr. Michael E. DuBissette, Stamford, June 1, 1981. Phillip E. 
Tatoian, Jr., Somers, June 6, 1983. 

Secy., Burton S. Yaflfie, Bridgeport. 



DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 

COMMISSIONER OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (Appointed by the 
Governor, with the advice and consent of either House of the General Assembly, 
for four years, Sec. 4-5—4-8, Gen. Stat. Salary, Comr., $33,173; Deputy, $28,935. 
Address: 210 Washington St., Hartford 06106. Tel., 566-3787.) 

Comr., Edward J. Stockton, Bloomfield, March 1, 1983; Deputy Comr., John J. 
Carson, Bloomfield. 

OFFICE OF SMALL BUSINESS AFFAIRS (Sec. 32-9n, Gen. Stat. Tel., 
566-4051.) 

Director, Frank Silva. 

HOUSING DIVISION (Salary, Deputy Comr., $27,386. Address: 1179 Main 
St., Hartford 06103. Tel., 566-3389.) 

Deputy Comr., David W. Deakin, Bethel; Director, Bureau of Housing, Michael 
T. Duffy, West Hartford. 

CONNECTICUT DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 

(Appointed by the Governor, for four years, Sec. 32-1 la, Gen. Stat. Compensa- 
tion of members, necessary expenses. Address: 210 Washington St., Hartford 
06106. Tel., 566-4320.) 

Ex-officio, Chm., Edward J. Stockton, Comr. of Economic Development; Henry 
E. Parker, State Treasurer; Anthony V. Milano, Secy., Office of Policy and 
Management. 

Willie A. Holmes, West Haven, Feb. 28, 1980. James R. Collett, Hamden, Feb. 
28, 1981. Richard MacFadyen, South Windham, Feb. 28, 1982. Clement L. Rai- 
teri, Jr., Stamford, Feb. 28, 1983. 

Exec. Director, Richard L. Higgins. 



190 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 



GOVERNOR'S VACATION TRAVEL COUNCIL 

(Appointed by the Governor to serve at her pleasure. Address: 210 Washington 
St., Hartford 06106. Tel., 566-3385.) 

Chm., Sandra K. Hamer, West Hartford; Chm. Emeritus, Henry H. Hold- 
bridge, Suffield; Vice Chm., Richard Combs, Warren; Treas., Harold G. LaBerge, 
West Hartford; Secy., Barnett D. Laschever, Goshen, June 1, 1980. Jessie M. Ar- 
dolino, Branford; John Clark, Hamden; Robert B. Kowalchyk, Wellesley, MA; 
Pauline Mingo, Hartford; Richard Robinson, Glastonbury; Theodore Standish, 
Bethel; William Winterer, Essex, June 1, 1978. Rosemary Dobson, South Windsor; 
Thomas Fortier, Hartford; J. W. Lewis, Windsor; Robert McKenzie, Ivoryton; 
Marion B. Thierry, Harwinton; Mel Toomey, Goshen, June 1, 1979. Hugh Barr, 
West Hartford; Stan Bates, Bolton; Maria Berris, Brooklyn; Carl Candels, Hart- 
ford; Thomas N. Chieppo, Woodbridge; A. A. Constantine, Greenwich; Tina 
DuBosque, Mystic; Richard Ellis, Middletown; William E. Keish, New Haven; 
John McLeod, Hartford; Elaine Noe, New Haven; Jack Shannahan, Hartford, 
June 1, 1980. Arthur A. Allen, Hartford; Wilson Faude, Farmington; Dr. George 
I. Fink, Kent; David Heinl, Manchester; Walter Schoenknecht, East Haven, June 
1, 1981. 

COMMITTEE ON AREAS OF HIGH UNEMPLOYMENT 

(Appointed by the Governor to serve at her pleasure, Sec. 32-3b, Gen. Stat. 
Address: Dept. of Economic Development, 210 Washington St., Hartford 06106. 
Tel., 566-3786.) 

Chm., P. Joseph Peraro, Labor Comr.; Paul O. Bessette, Waterbury; John J. 
Carson, Deputy Comr. of Economic Development; Thomas F. Gill, Bridgeport; 
Harold F. Heintz, Dept. of Transportation; Stanley Israelite, Norwich; Melvin J. 
Schneidermeyer, Deputy Comr. of Environmental Protection. 

NAUGATUCK VALLEY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 
ADVISORY TASK FORCE 

(Appointed by the Governor, Executive Order #19, effective March 23, 1978. 
Address: Dept. of Economic Development, 210 Washington St., Hartford 06106.) 

Eugene Abel, Waterbury; Michael J. Adanti, Ansonia; William J. Brennan, 
Shelton; H. Maxwell Burry, Cheshire; Mrs. Juanita Carter, Waterbury; John F. 
Getlein, Derby; Thomas Gill, Bridgeport; Jeter Hines, Prospect; Mrs. Natalie 
Kass, Waterbury; Francis X. Kelley, Shelton; Miss Anna LoPresti, Seymour; 
Thomas J. Nelligan, Ansonia; Francis J. Oneglia, Harwinton; Mrs. Lillian Ray- 
mond, Torrington; Eugene A. Skowronski, Derby; Mrs. Zena H. Temkin, Tor- 
rington; Lou Ulizio, Waterbury; Mrs. Grace Velez, Waterbury, March 28, 1980. 
John Dillon, Woodbridge, April 4, 1980. Silvio A. Mastrianni, Derby, April 10, 
1980. 

CONNECTICUT PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 

(Directors appointed by the Governor, for six years, and until their successors 
have been appointed, Sec. 32-35, Gen. Stat. Address: 78 Oak St., Hartford 06106. 
Tel., 566-2920.) 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 191 

Ex-officio, Edward J. Stockton, Comr. of Economic Development. 

Chm., Joseph F. Engelberger, Bethel, June 30, 1978. Secy., David S. Fishman, 
East Hartford, June 30, 1984. Leonid V. Azaroff, UConn, Storrs; Mrs. Geraldine 
V. Foster, Essex, June 30, 1980. William E. Hendron, Hartford, June 30, 1981. 
Peter W. McFadden, UConn, Storrs, June 30, 1982. 

Pres., John N. Philips. 

CONNECTICUT HOUSING FINANCE AUTHORITY 

(Public members appointed by the Governor, with the advice and consent of the 
Senate, for five years, and until a successor is appointed and has qualified, Sec. 
8-244, Gen. Stat. Address: 190 Trumbull St., Hartford 06103. Tel., 525-9311.) 

Ex~officio, Edward J. Stockton, Comr. of Economic Development; Anthony V. 
Milano, Secy., Office of Policy and Management; Henry E. Parker, State Treas- 
urer; David H. Neiditz, Banking Comr. 

Chm., Arthur H. White, Stamford, July 1, 1980. Elmer H. Worthington, Rox- 
bury, July 1, 1979. Paul F. Haas, Glastonbury, July 1, 1981. Fay A. Boyden, Glas- 
tonbury, July 1, 1982. Cornelius J. Weddle, Glastonbury, July 1, 1983. Lawrence J. 
Cacciola, Middletown, for term coterminous with term of Governor. 

Exec. Director, Robert T. O'Connor, Waterbury; Deputy Director, vacancy. 

REGIONAL HOUSING COUNCILS 

(Appointed by the Governor, Executive Order #15, effective May 13, 1976. Ad- 
dress: P.O. Box 2910, Hartford 06101. Tel., 566-5264.) 

Capitol Region, Chm., Carl G. Hurwitt, West Hartford; Central Conn. Region, 
Chm., Mrs. Cadwell Hoerle, Plainville; Central Naugatuck Valley Region, Chm., 
Mrs. Mary Lou Crane, Cheshire; Conn. River Estuary Region, Chm., Robert F. 
Herbst, Essex; Greater Bridgeport Region, Chm., Clarence T. Williams, Bridge- 
port; Housatonic Valley Region, Chm., Joseph E. Canale, Danbury; Litchfield 
Hills Region, Chm., John J. Kelly, Torrington; Midstate Region, Chm., James E. 
Lash, Hadlyme; Northeastern Conn. Region, Chm., Donald S. Francis, Brooklyn; 
Northwestern Conn. Region, Chm., S. Norton Miner, Lakeville; South Central 
Conn. Region, Chm., Hugh McK. Jones, Guilford; Southeastern Conn. Region, 
Chm., Mrs. Leslie Secora, Waterford; South Western Conn. Region, Chm., Ms. 
Barbara B. Andrews, Norwalk; Valley Region, Chm., James E. Ryan, Ansonia; 
Windham Region, Chm., Peter L. Halvorson, Coventry. 

Central Housing Committee: Co-Chm., Leslie Secora; George B. Oickle, repr. 
Edward J. Stockton, Comr. of Economic Dev.; Vice Chm. -Recorder, Carl G. 
Hurwitt. 

OFFICE OF HOUSING ADVOCACY 

(Appointed by the Governor to serve at her pleasure. Address: 1 179 Main St. 
(P.O. Box 786), Hartford 06103. Tel., 566-8196.) 

State Housing Advocate, Michael M. Sharpe III, Hartford. 



192 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 

COMMITTEE FOR THE RESTORATION OF HISTORIC 
ASSETS IN CONNECTICUT 

(Special Act No. 77-47, Sec. 8. Address: Dept. of Economic Development, 210 
Washington St., Hartford 06106.) 

Edward J. Stockton, Comr. of Economic Development; Miss Sandra Hamer, 
Chm., Governor's Vacation Travel Council; Harlan H. Griswold, Chm., Historical 
Commission. 

Appointed by the Governor to serve at her pleasure, Mrs. Dorothy Ann Lipson, 
New Haven; Robert J. Miller, Putnam. 



DEPARTMENT AND BOARD OF EDUCATION 

COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION (Appointed by the Board of Education, 
for four years, Sec. 10-3a, Gen. Stat. Salary, Comr., $38,916; Deputy Comr., $35,- 
523. Address: Room 305, State Office Bldg., P.O. Box 2219, Hartford 061 15. Tel., 
566-5061.) 

Comr., Mark R. Shedd, Hartford, January 3, 1983; Deputy Comr., Theodore S. 
Sergi, West Hartford. 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION 

(Appointed by the Governor, with the advice and consent of the General Assem- 
bly, Sec. 10-1, Gen. Stat. Compensation of board members, necessary expenses. 
Address: Comr., P.O. Box 2219, Room 305, State Office Bldg., Hartford 06115. 
Tel., 566-5061.) 

Chm., John E. Toffolon, Riverton, March 1, 1985. Vice Chm., Mrs. June Good- 
man, Danbury, March 1, 1985. Dayson D. DeCourcy, West Hartford; Herbert J. 
Duke, Windsor; Julia Rankin, Warrenville, March 1, 1983. Roberto Fuentes, 
Stamford; Stephen P. Hondzinski, New Britain, March 1, 1985. Two vacancies. 

Ex-officio, Michael D. Usdan, Comr., Conn. Board of Higher Education. 

Secy., Mark R. Shedd, Comr. of Education. 

Divisions — Internal Management, Bernard Dolat; Instructional Services, Rob- 
ert I. Margolin; Administrative Services, Joe R. Gordon; Vocational Education, 
Clarence M. Green; Vocational Rehabilitation, James S. Peters, II; Mystic Oral 
School, vacancy; Bureaus—Pupil Personnel and Special Educational Services, 
Tom Gillung; Elementary and Secondary Education, Elizabeth M. Glass; Re- 
search, Planning and Evaluation, vacancy; Grants Processing and Information, 
Douglas Dopp; School Services, Gabriel Simches; Vocational Services, Errol J. 
Terrell; Vocational-Technical Schools, Angelo Tedesco; Rehabilitation Services, 
Thomas Connors; Disability Determination, Peter Corato; Bureau of Planning, 
Evaluation and Training, Marilyn Tapp; Public Information, Sheilah Thomas. 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 193 

CONNECTICUT ADVISORY COUNCIL ON 
VOCATIONAL AND CAREER EDUCATION 

(Appointed bv the Governor, Federal Public Law 94-482. Address: 56 Arbor St., 
2nd Floor, Hartford 06105. Tel., 566-4035.) 

The Conn. Advisory Council on Vocational and Career Education, as mandated 
under the Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 (P.L. 94-482), is charged 
with the responsibility to advise, evaluate and report to the United States Commis- 
sioner of Education and to the National Advisory Council on Vocational Educa- 
tion, through the State Board of Education, on the development and condition of 
vocational and career education in programs, services, and activities as the Council 
deems necessary. 

Chm., Dr. John LeConche, West Hartford; Vice Chm., Mrs. Adeline Solomon, 
West Hartford; Secy., Mrs. Audrey Potts, Northford; Treas., Joseph Murphy, 
Kensington; Robert Buckley, Hartford; Robert Carbone, South Meriden; Dr. 
Searle Charles, West Hartford; Mrs. Hilda Cook, Willimantic; Lawrence Crow- 
ley, New London, Joseph Dyer, Manchester; Mrs. Jacqueline Dooley, Roxbury; 
Ms. Fredrica Gray, Hartford; Carlos Guardiola, Milford; Edmund Gubbins, Had- 
lyme; William Hill, Norfolk; S. Archie Holdridge, Madison; Mrs. Marion Bel- 
grave-Howard, Rocky Hill; Lewis Hutchinson, Waterbury; Dr. Lewis Hyde, 
Woodstock; James E. Keyes, Sr., Milford; Frank Lucente, Tolland; John Mc- 
Gavack, Jr., Madison; Robert Pratt, Wallingford; W. James Rice, Meriden; A. 
Todd Sagraves, New Britain; John Scavetta, Hartford; George Schaefer, Guilford; 
Mrs. Olive Sheehan, Waterbury; Donald Smith, Lebanon; Mrs. Barbara South- 
worth, Waterbury; Edward Stockton, Bloomfield; Isadore Wexler, New Haven. 

Exec. Officer, Dr. Richard G. Rausch, Danbury. 

THE CONN. STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, DIVISION 
OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION.— State Office Bldg., Hartford 061 15. Tel., 
566-7546. 

Assoc. Comr., Div. of Vocational Education, C. M. Green; Asst. Dir. Division of 
Vocational Education, Walter A. Bialobrzeski. Facility Planning Unit: Consult- 
ant, Stephen J. Horvath. 

The Division of Vocational Education operates or supports programs in Voca- 
tional Education for 191,013 students. 753 were involved in Pre-Secondary Pro- 
grams; 165,034 at the Secondary level; 9,336 at the Post-Secondary and 15,890 at 
the Adult level. Special programs for the disadvantaged and handicapped are oper- 
ated at all levels. 

The Division of Vocational Education operates 17 Regional Vocational Techni- 
cal Schools and 3 Satellite Schools; supervises the operation of 15 Regional Voca- 
tional Agricultural Centers, two independently operated Vocational Agricultural 
Centers and eight other vocational agriculture programs; aids and coordinates 173 
Consumer Home Economics Programs, 45 Occupational Home Economics Pro- 
grams, 95 Distributive Education Programs, 177 Business and Office Education 
Programs, 73 Health Career Programs, 77 Diversified Work Education Programs, 
142 Trade and Industrial Education Programs. 

The Division of Vocational Education operates CETA vocational skill training 



194 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 



programs in the Vocational Technical Schools and other centers in cooperation 
with the prime sponsors. 



STATE OCCUPATIONAL INFORMATION COORDINATING 
COMMITTEE 

(Established in 1977 by Federal Public Law 94-482, Education Amendments of 
1976; Title II, Vocational Education. Address: State Office Bldg., Rm. 336, 165 
Capitol Ave., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-3430.) 

Statutory Members: Joseph P. Dyer, Exec. Director, State Employment Secu- 
rity Div.; Joseph Galotti, Acting Assoc. Comr., State Div. of Vocational Rehabili- 
tation; Clarence M. Green, Assoc. Comr. and Dir., State Div. of Vocational Edu- 
cation; P. Joseph Peraro, State Labor Comr. 

Technical Steering Group Members: Chm., George Cohen, State Dept. of La- 
bor; Secy., Seymour Mund, State Div. of Vocational Rehabilitation; Elizabeth M. 
Schmitt, State Div. of Vocational Education; John Davis, State Board of Educa- 
tion and Services for the Blind; Alfred Horowitz, State Dept. of Labor; Dr. Rich- 
ard Rausch, Conn. Advisory Council on Vocational and Career Education; Phyllis 
Lary, Board of Higher Education. 

BUREAU OF VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL SCHOOLS 

Chief, Angelo J. Tedesco. Consultants: Trade Instruction, Frederick S. Okula, 
John B. Farrell, Joseph M. Angelillo; General Education, Gale Zeil; Health Occu- 
pations, Gloria Robinson; Professional Recruitment, Stan R. Kokoska; Program 
Development, Edward Kelly, Jr.; Related Subjects Instruction, Anthony Arnista; 
Affirmative Action and Guidance, Beatrice Tinty; Bilingual Education, Saul Sibir- 
sky; Chief of Engineering Services, Gene Tanasi; Title I, Ernestine Brown; Special 
Needs, Robert Monahan, Maxine Arkin; Adult and Apprentice Education, va- 
cancy. 



REGIONAL VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL SCHOOLS— 1978-1979 



A ddress 

Ansonia 06401 

141 Prindle Ave. 
Bridgeport 06610 

500 Palisade Ave. 
Danbury 06810 

Hayestown Road 
Danielson 06239 

Maple Ave. 
Essex 06426 

Middlesex Tpke. 
Groton 06340 

189 Fort Hill Rd. 



School 



Director 



Emmett O'Brien James Caulfield 

Bullard-Havens Laura L. Kaminski 

Henry Abbott Lawrence W. Barrett 

Harvard H. Ellis Arthur Quimby 

Essex Vinal Kenneth Hampton 

Satellite 

Southeastern Milton T. White 

Regional 



Sec. & 

Post 

Sec. Adult Total 

436 652 1,088 

1,073 2,527 3.600 

841 683 1,524 

564 406 970 

358 329 687 

610 1,176 1,786 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES. BOARDS, 


COMMISSIONS 


195 








Sec. d Post 




Address 


School 


Director 


Sec. 


Adult 


Total 


Hamden06514 


Eli Whitney 


John F. Consoli 


899 


702 


1,601 


71 Jones Road 












Hartford 06106 


A. I. Prince 


Martin Jaskot 


905 


1,570 


2,475 


500 Brookfield St. 












Manchester 06040 


Howell Cheney 


John Garofalo 


425 


366 


791 


791 W. Middle Tpke 












Meriden 06450 


Horace C. Wilcox 


Robert M. Dorsey 


839 


603 


1,442 


Oregon Road 












Middletown 06457 


Vinal Regional 


Kenneth Hampton 


694 


279 


973 


60 Daniels St. 












Milford 06460 


Piatt Regional 


Francis Woods 


793 


463 


1,256 


600 Orange Ave. 












New Britain 06053 


E. C. Goodwin 


JohnValk 


948 


861 


1,809 


735 Slater Road 












Bristol 06010 


E. C. Goodwin 


JohnValk 


33 


_ 


33 


632 King Street 


Satellite 










Norwich 06360 


Norwich Regional 


JohnT. Rooke 


718 


593 


1,311 


590 New London Tpke. 










Simsbury 06070 


A. I. Prince 


Martin Jaskot 


108 


— 


108 


507 Hopmeadow Re 


. Satellite 










Stamford 06904 


J.M.Wright 


John Kerpchar 


774 


751 


1,525 


Scalzi Park 












Torrington 06790 


Oliver Wolcott 


Boris Dukeley 


622 


403 


1,025 


75 Oliver St. 












Waterburv 06708 


W. F. Kaynor 


John Rossi 


785 


1,895 


2,680 


43 Tompkins St. 












Willimantic06226 


Windham Tech. 


Felix Grzych 


585 


374 


959 


210 Birch St. 












Totals 


13,010 


14,633 


27,643 



Courses include: Air conditioning and refrigeration, appliance repair, automatic 
screw machine, automobile body repair, automotive mechanics, aviation mechan- 
ics, avionics, baking, barbering, carpentry, chemistry-industrial, construction serv- 
ices, cosmetology, dental assistant, dental lab technician, drafting-aeronautical, 
drafting-architectural, drafting-construction design, drafting-machine, drafting- 
marine, electrical, electro-mechanical, electronics, engine repair-diesel and small 
engine-internal combustion, environmental systems, fashion design, food trades. 
gas and oil fired burners, graphic communications, health service occupations, 
heating and piping process, homemaker-health aide, machine-tool, masonr\. 
painting and decorating, plumbing and fitting, practical nurse education, sheet 
metal and welding. 



BUREAU OF VOCATIONAL SERVICES 

Chief. Errol J. Terrell. Consultants: Agriculture Education. Roger W. Law- 
rence; Distributive Education. John J. O'Brien; Health Education. Claire B. Rein- 
hardt; Home Economics Education. Katherine H. Broph>, Alyce S. Bishop; Indus- 



196 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 

trial Arts, David M. Mordavsky; Industrial Education, Edward S. Shia; Diver- 
sified Work Education, Francis A. Ferrucci; Business and Office Education, Joan 
S. Briggaman, William F. Clynes; Program Development and Curriculum, Charles 
J. Bertagna; Handicapped and Disadvantaged, David S. Gifford; Post-Secondary 
and Work Study, Joseph J. Corcoran; Vocational Youth Organizations, Ronald 
DeGregory, Richard Dyer, Stephen W. Hoag, Jo Ann Hoff, Milton S. Natusch. 

The Bureau of Vocational Service provides consultative and evaluative services 
to all local schools and community colleges in relation to vocational education. 

The Bureau aids and coordinates the programs of the 15 state-aided Regional 
Vocational Agriculture Centers, Consumer and Home Economics Education Pro- 
grams, Vocational Homemaking Programs and Work Oriented Programs in Oc- 
cupations related to Home Economics, Business and Office Education Programs, 
Health Careers, Industrial, Distributive Education, Diversified Work Education 
Programs, and Vocational Youth Organizations. The Bureau also aids and coordi- 
nates programs for the Disadvantaged, Handicapped and Exemplary Programs 
and Projects. 



BUREAU OF YOUTH, EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING SERVICES 

Chief, Joseph A. Fitzgerald. Consultants: Training Services, Daniel J. Andrews; 
Evaluation and Academic Credit, Carl L. Pawloski; Training Services, David A. 
Pascucci; Training Services, Harry M. Peters, Jr. 

The Bureau of Youth, Employment and Training Services provides consultative 
and evaluative services to local education agencies, community-based organiza- 
tions, Prime Sponsors, and other agencies in fulfilling the purposes of the Compre- 
hensive Employment and Training Act. 

The Bureau also coordinates the delivery of vocational education services to 
CETA clients and provides technical assistance to program operators, approves 
agreements for the awarding of academic credit, and monitors educational activi- 
ties funded under the Act for compliance with statutory requirements and State 
Board of Education policies. 

BUREAU OF VOCATIONAL PROGRAM PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT 

Chief, Elizabeth M. Schmitt; Planning and Program Improvement, Frederick L. 
Haddad, Barbara V. Lownds; Data and Information Systems, Michael J. Errede, 
Susan P. Stango; Sex Equity in Vocational Education, Carole C. Aiken; Voca- 
tional Personnel Development, Sidney Cohen. 

The Bureau has responsibility for coordinating the areas of vocational education 
research, planning, personnel development, curriculum development, exemplary 
programs, and sex equity. 

The Bureau also operates a computerized information system which compiles 
data on vocational education programs, enrollees, graduates, and expenditures. It 
also is responsible for the completion of various state and federal statistical reports 
as well as for the development of an annual and five-year plan for vocational 
education. 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 197 

THE CONN. STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, DIVISION OF 
VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION AND DISABILITY DETERMINA- 
TION.— Administrative Office, 600 Asylum Ave., Hartford 06105. Tel., 566-7329. 
Dr. James S. Peters. Assoc. Comr. 

The Division of Vocational Rehabilitation is a public service of the State Board 
of Education, designed to develop and restore the working usefulness of handi- 
capped individuals to the point where they may become gainfully employed. In 
support of this effort, the Division: (1) Evaluates and develops programs in schools, 
institutions, workshops, and other rehabilitation facilities; (2) Investigates, ap- 
proves and follows up federal grants in cooperation with other agencies; (3) Does 
recruitment, training, communications, planning and research for professional re- 
habilitation efforts. Its expertise in the area of disabling conditions is also utilized 
to make determinations of disability on behalf of the Social Security Administra- 
tion. Applicants from that program are selected and referred for rehabilitation 
consideration where appropriate. 

The service is available to handicapped persons residing in Connecticut, who can 
be reasonably expected to profit by rehabilitation sevices. Persons with disabilities 
resulting from birth, disease, accident or from emotional causes are served. These 
include: Arm, and leg deformities and amputations, heart ailments, tuberculosis, 
psychoses in remission, hearing^peech and eye defects, and many other handicap- 
ping conditions. 

The range of services to disabled individuals includes: 

1. Evaluation of rehabilitation potential. 

2. Counseling, guidance, and referral. 

3. Physical and mental restoration services. 

4. Vocational and other training services. 

5. Maintenance necessary for rehabilitation of the handicapped individual. 

6. Transportation. 

7. Services to members of a handicapped individual's family necessary to the 
adjustment or rehabilitation of the handicapped individual. 

8. Interpreter services for the deaf. 

9. Telecommunications, sensory, and other technological aids and devices. 

10. Recruitment and training services to provide new employment opportunities 
in rehabilitation, health, welfare, public safety, law enforcement, and other 
appropriate public service employment. 

11. Placement in suitable employment. 

12. Post-employment services necessary to assist handicapped individuals to 
maintain suitable employment. 

13. Occupational licenses, tools, equipment and initial stocks (including live- 
stock) and supplies. 

14. Other goods and services which can reasonably be expected to benefit a 
handicapped individual in terms of employabilitv. 

District and Local Offices at which application may be made or information 

received are located at: 

District Offices: Telephone 

Bridgeport, 1470 Barnum Ave., 06610 579-6300 

Hartford, 56 Arbor St., 06106 566-4100 



198 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 

New Haven, 1 State St., 065 10 789-7867 

Norwich, 257 Main St., 06360 887-3546 

Waterbury, 111-41 Thomaston Ave. Colonial Plaza, 06702 757-1581 

Local Offices: 

Bristol, 1001 Farmington Ave., 06010 584-2413 

Danbury Hospital, 24 Hospital Ave., 06810 797-4174 

Derby, Hegyi Training Center, 5 Coon Hollow Rd., 06418 735-9444 

Enfield, Smyth's Corners, 77 Hazard Ave., 06082 74 1 -2852 

Manchester, 806 Main St., 06040 646-3232 

Meriden, 7 1 Catiin St., 06450 238-6250 

New Britain, Central Park Plaza, Main & Chestnut Sts., 0605 1 827-7750 

New London, 302 Captain's Walk, 06320 443-1719 

Norwalk, 61 East Ave., 06851 853-9609 

Putnam, 168 Main St., 06260 928-6537 

Stamford, 26 Palmer's Hill Rd., 06901 325-1544 

Torrington, 1 22 Water St., 06790 482-9477 

Willimantic, 6 Storrs Rd., 06226 423-2541 

A grant-in-aid program to other public and private agencies is administered by 
the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation for the construction of rehabilitation 
facilities and workshops, and for expansion and improvement of their program of 
services. 

The Division of Vocational Rehabilitation operates as the State Agency to make 
disability determinations in behalf of the Social Security Administration. The ma- 
jor responsibility of this Bureau is the determination of the existence of a disability 
which prevents a person from engaging in substantial gainful activity. All applica- 
tions are filed only at Social Security offices. 

MYSTIC ORAL SCHOOL, MYSTIC 

(Under the maintenance and direction of the State Board of Education. Trustees 
appointed by the Governor, for three years, Sec. 10-312, Gen. Stat. Compensation 
of trustees, none. Number of students, average attendance, 140. Value of real prop- 
erty, $12,408,216. Address: Mystic 06355. Tel., 536-4221.) 

Pres., Robert N. Shea, East Lyme, June 30, 1981. Miss Dorothy Hastings, Man- 
chester; Dawson Lawrence, Brookfield; Mrs. Beatrice H. Rosenthal, Waterford, 
June 30, 1979. Karl Erickson, Norwich; Charles M. Krinsky, M.D., New London; 
Miss Alice Neilan, New London, June 30, 1980. Mrs. Maureen Satti, New Lon- 
don; Mortimer D. Wright, Noank, June 30, 1981. 

Supt. and Secy, to Board, vacancy; Principal, Illene Turock, Ph.D. 

INTERSTATE AGREEMENT ON QUALIFICATION OF 
EDUCATIONAL PERSONNEL 

(Sec. 10-146d, Gen. Stat.) 

Conn, member: Mark R. Shedd, Secy., State Bd. of Education. 

STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION ARBITRATION PANEL 

(Appointed by the Governor, Sec. 10-153f, Gen. Stat. Compensation of mem- 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 199 

bers, per diem fee in lieu of expenses. Address: Comr. of Education, Room 305, 
State Office Bldg., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-5061.) 

Peter J. Adomeit, West Hartford; Peter R. Blum, West Hartford; William Sher- 
man Butler, Essex; Samuel Crockett, Windsor; William B. Post, New Haven; Ed- 
mund Rosa, Oakville; H. Gerard Rowe, West Hartford; Ronald J. St. Onge, Stam- 
ford; Henry J. Wojtusik, Bristol. 

STATE ADVISORY COUNCIL ON SPECIAL EDUCATION 

(Appointed by the Comr. of Education, Sec. 10-76i, Gen. Stat. Address: State 
Office Bldg., Hartford. Tel., 566-4383.) 

Jean Adnopoz, Hamden; Sister Judith Carey, West Hartford; Marcia Clinton, 
Windsor; Milton Cohen, New Haven; Aida Comulada, New Haven; Henry Ferri, 
Wethersfield; Ann Marie Fortier, Ashford; Lola Leeming, New Canaan; Jeanne 
Mead, Groton; Robert Melander, East Hartford; Alice Neilan, Niantic; Dr. Barry 
Russman, Glastonbury; JoAnn Spear, West Hartford; Dr. James Strauch, Storrs; 
Mary Hunter Wolf, New Haven. 

STATE COMMISSION ON THE ARTS 

(Five members appointed by the Governor; ten by the Pres. Pro Tempore of the 
Senate and ten by the Speaker of the House, for five years, Sec. 10-369, Gen. Stat. 
See Sec. 4-9a. Salary, Exec. Dir., $22,018. Compensation of members, necessary 
expenses. Address: 340 Capitol Ave. Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-4770.) 

Appointed by the Governor, Cleve Gray, Warren, Oct. 1, 1981. William Law- 
less, Norwalk, June 30, 1979. Samuel Liskov, Bridgeport, Oct. 1, 1980. Trudi L. 
Shippenberg, West Hartford, Oct. 1, 1979. Virginia Cocco Simpson, Fairfield, 
Oct. 1, 1982. 

Appointed by the President Pro Tempore of the Senate, Marcia P. Alcorn, Suf- 
field, Oct. 1, 1979. Marcia A. Babbidge, Hartford, Oct. 1, 1981. Rhoda L. Chase, 
West Hartford, Oct. 1, 1980. Herbert L. Cohen, Westport, Oct. 1, 1979. Katherine 
Deutsch, Greenwich, Oct. i, 1981. Susan R. Kellv, Hartford, Oct. 1, 1982. Tina 
Lorgenzo, West Hartford, Oct. 1, 1983. John L. McLean, Hartford, Oct. 1, 1982. 
Vivian White, Stamford, Oct. 1, 1983. One vacancy. 

Appointed by the Speaker of the House, Denise M. Curt, Milford, Oct. 1, 1979. 
Jared I. Edwards, West Hartford, Oct. 1, 1982. Wilson H. Faude, Farmington, 
Oct. 1, 1979. June K. Goodman, Danbury, Oct. 1, 1981. Patricia S. Huntington, 
West Hartford, Oct. 1, 1980. Benjamin E. Johnson, Bridgeport, Oct. 1, 1980. Shir- 
ley W. Land, Westport, Oct. 1, 1980. Edgar deN. Mayhew, New London, Oct. 1, 
1979. Walter Terry, New Canaan, Oct. 1, 1980. One vacancy. 

Exec. Director, Anthony S. Keller; Acting Director (Oct. 1978-Sept. 1979), Mi- 
chael A. Croman. 



CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL COMMISSION 

(Appointed by the Governor, Sec. 10-321, Gen. Stat. Compensation of mem- 
bers, necessary expenses. Address: 59 South Prospect St., Hartford 06106. Tel., 
566-3005.) 



200 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 

Chm., Harlan H. Griswold, Woodbury; Frederick K. Biebel, Stratford; Mrs. 
Marie Blackstone, East Hartford; Whitney L. Brooks, Litchfield; Mrs. Margaret 
C. Brown, Old Lyme; Miguel A. Escalera, Clinton; Dr. Estelle Feinstein, Stam- 
ford; Berthold Gaster, Bloomfield; Peter J. Kilduff, New Britain; Bruce L. Morris, 
New Haven; John E. Rogers, Manchester; Albert E. Van Dusen, Storrs, June 30, 
1979. 

Director, John W. Shannahan. 

AMERICAN REVOLUTION BICENTENNIAL COMMISSION 
OF CONNECTICUT 

(Sec. 10-32 lj, Gen. Stat. Address: Conn. Historical Commission, 59 South Pros- 
pect St., Hartford 06106. Tel., 547-1776.) 

Honorary Chm., Ella Grasso, Governor; and the members of the Conn. Histori- 
cal Commission. 

Director, John W. Shannahan. 

CONNECTICUT HISTORY COMMONS 

(Sec. 10-378, Gen. Stat. The Conn. Historical Commission shall plan and estab- 
lish a State Museum of Connecticut history on state-owned property in Middle- 
town, Conn. A Museum director shall be appointed by said commission.) 

STATE LIBRARY BOARD.— (Chief Justice of the Supreme Court or his dele- 
gate; the Secretary of the State Board of Education; the Chief Court Administra- 
tor, and five members appointed by the Governor, Sec. 11-1, Gen. Stat.) 

Ex-officio, Vice Chm., Joseph S. Longo, Assoc. Justice of the Supreme Court; 
John A. Speziale, Chief Court Adm.; Mark R. Shedd, Secy, of State Board of 
Education. 

Appointed by the Governor, Chm., Miss Elinor M. Hashim, Glastonbury, July 
1, 1979. Mrs. Sybil Paton, Middletown, July 1, 1980. Mrs. Ann S. Carpino, New 
Britain, July 1, 1981. Raymond E. Baldwin, Middletown, July 1, 1982. Mrs. Bar- 
bara D. Bryan, Fairfield, July 1, 1983. 

STATE LIBRARY— STATE LIBRARIAN (Appointed by the State Library 
Board, Sec, 11-1, Gen. Stat. Salary, Librarian, $34,551. Address: State Library 
and Supreme Court Bldg., 231 Capitol Ave., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-4301.) 

STATE LIBRARIAN, Charles E. Funk, Jr.; Secy, to State Librarian, Jean T. 
Blume; Business Mgr., Blythe C. Perry; Bldg. Supt., Gary Gallucci; Personnel Of- 
ficer, David A. Peck. 

DIVISION OF READER SERVICES, Assoc. State Librarian, Marjorie R. 
Hernandez; Div. Head, Arlene F. Bielefield; Law, Maureen D. Well; General Ref- 
erence, Janet Axman; Government Documents, Theodore O. Wohlsen, Jr.; Special 
Services, Barry F. Woods; Museum Director, David O. White; Chief of Technical 
Processes, Lynne N. Gill; Public Relations Officer, John Landry. 

DIVISION OF LIBRARY DEVELOPMENT, Assoc. State Librarian, Sam- 
uel E. Molod; Div. Head, June R. Shapiro; Interlibrary Loan Center, Leon Shat- 
kin, Head, 90 Washington St., Hartford, Ext. 3025; Middletown Library Service 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 



201 



Center, Mary Anna Tien, Director, 786 South Main St., Middletown 06457, Tel., 
346-7779; Willimantic Library Service Center, Barbara van der Lyke, Director, 
1216 Main St., Willimantic 06226, Tel., 456-1717; Dominic A. Persempere, Head, 
Service to State Agencies and Institutions; Mary Tincovich, Head, Library for the 
Blind and Physically Handicapped, 90 Washington St., Hartford, Ext. 3028. 

PLANNING AND RESEARCH, Leslie Berman, Supvr. 

DEPARTMENT OF ARCHIVES AND RECORDS ADMINISTRATION 
(Sec. 11-8, Gen. Stat.) Public Records Administrator, Rockwell H. Potter, Jr., 
Asst., Baker Brown; Archives, History and Genealogy, Robert Claus; State Rec- 
ords Center, Rocky Hill, Kenneth F. Rieke, Chief. 

STATE HISTORIAN (Under the direction of the State Library Board, Sec. 
11-1, Gen. Stat.), Albert Edward Van Dusen, University of Conn., Storrs. 

STATE HISTORICAL RECORDS ADVISORY BOARD— Appointed by 
the Governor, Thompson R. Harlow, Newington; Mrs. Lillian Newth, Putnam; 
John Shannahan, East Granby, May 15, 1979. Harvey H. Lippincott, Hebron; Dr. 
Albert E. Van Dusen, Storrs, May 15, 1980. Lawrence E. Dowler, Guilford; Eliza- 
beth A. Swaim, Middletown, May 15, 1981. 

Coordinator, Robert Claus. 

INTERSTATE LIBRARY COMPACT 

(Sec. 11-42, Gen. Stat. Address: 231 Capitol Ave., Hartford 061 15.) Adminis- 
trator, Charles E. Funk, Jr., State Librarian. 

CONNECTICUT STATE LIBRARY — LAW LIBRARY SYSTEM 
(Sec. ll-19a, Gen. Stat.) 



BRIDGEPORT— Robert N. Plotnick 
Law Library at Bridgeport 
Court House, 1061 Main St. 
Bridgeport 06604 
Tel. 579-6237 



NEW LONDON— 

Lawrence G. Cheeseman, Jr. 
Law Library at New London 
Court House, 70 Huntington St. 
New London 06320 



DANBURY — Lawrence G. Cheeseman, Jr. 
Law Library at Danbury 
Danbury Public Library 
170 Main St. 
Danbury 068 10 



NORWICH— Lawrence G. Cheeseman, Jr. 
Law Library at Norwich 
Court House, Union Sq. 
Norwich 06360 



HARTFORD— Mrs. Susan M. Southworth 
Law /Legislative Reference Unit 
231 Capitol Ave. 
Hartford 061 15 
Tel. 566-4601 

Mrs. Ann Luddy 

Hartford Law Branch 

Court House, 95 Washington St. 

Hartford 06106 

Tel. 566-3900 



PUTNAM— vacanc> 
Law Library at Putnam 
Court House, 155 Church St. 
Putnam 06260 

ROCKVILLE— Mrs. Virginia Scanlon 
Law Library at Rock\ ille 
Court House, Brooklvn Si 
Rockville 06066 

Tel. 872-3824 



202 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 



LITCHFIELD— Mrs. Eva Lemelin 
Law Library at Litchfield 
Court House, West St. 
Litchfield 06759 
Tel. 567-0598 



STAMFORD— vacancy 

Law Library at Stamford 
Court House, 123HoytSt. 
Stamford 06905 
Tel. 359-11 14 



MIDDLETOWN— Mrs. Virginia Scanlon 
Law Library at Middletown 
Court House, DeKoven Dr. 
Middletown 06457 
Tel. 344-0630 



WATERBURY— Mrs. Lucy Cyr 
Law Library at Waterbury 
Court House, 300 Grand St. 
Waterbury 06702 
Tel. 754-2644 



NEW HAVEN— Miss Martha J. Sullivan 
Law Library at New Haven 
Court House, 235 Church St. 
New Haven 065 10 
Tel. 789-7889 



WILLIMANTIC— 

Lawrence G. Cheeseman, Jr. 
Law Library at Willimantic 
Court House, 108 Valley St. 
Willimantic 06226 



STATE LAW LIBRARY ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

(Sec. ll-19c, Gen. Stat. Address: Chm., 955 Main St., Bridgeport 06604. Tel., 

368-4221.) 

Appointed by the Governor, Secy., Arthur A. Charpentier, Yale Law School 
Librarian, New Haven; Virginia B. Dowell, Wethersfield. 

Appointed by the Pres., State Bar Assoc, Chm., Norman K. Parsells, Bridge- 
port; Prof. Shirley Bysiewicz, UConn School of Law, West Hartford; Abraham A. 
Lubchansky, New London; Richard L. ShifTrin, New Haven; William W. Sprague, 
Hartford. 

Appointed by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Hon. Walter M. Pickett, 
Jr., Litchfield; Hon. Maurice J. Sponzo, West Hartford. 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 

COMMISSIONER OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION (Appointed 
by the Governor, with the advice and consent of either House of the General As- 
sembly, Sec. 4-5 — 4-8, Gen. Stat. Salary, Comr., $35,272; Deputy Comrs., Envi- 
ronmental Quality, $29,701; Conservation and Preservation of the Environment, 
$26,878. Address: Room 117, State Office Bldg., Hartford 061 15. Tel., 566-21 10.) 

Comr., Stanley J. Pac, New Britain, March 1, 1983; Dir., Staff Services, George 
S. Russell, Storrs; Dir., Planning and Coordination, Joseph Laforte, East Hart- 
ford; State Geologist and Dir., Natural Resources Center, Hugo L. Thomas, Cov- 
entry; Dir., Information and Education, Gregory Sharp, Northford; Chief, Open 
Space Acquisition, Richard Wallace, Sprague. 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 203 

BUREAU OF ADMINISTRATION (Address: Room 121, State Office Bldg., 
Hartford 061 15. Tel., 566-4026.) 

Dir., Administration, Norman Glover, Bridgeport; Dir. of Personnel, Eari P. 
Carini, Burlington; Dir. of Financial Services, Anthony N. Montano, Hartford; 
Chief, Licensing and Revenues, Elizabeth Borovicka, West Wellington; Chief, Pur- 
chasing, H. Kenneth Seymour, West Hartford. 

DIVISION OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY (Address: Room 161, State 
Office Bldg., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-4856.) 

Deputy Comr., Melvin J. Schneidermeyer, Southington; Dir., Air Compliance, 
Leonard Bruckman, Somers; Dir., Solid Waste Management, Charles Kurker, 
East Hartford. 

Dir., Water Compliance, Robert B. Taylor, Simsbury; Dir., Radiation Control, 
Arthur T. Heubner, West Hartford; Dir., Hazardous Materials Management, Ste- 
phen W. Hitchcock, Madison; Dir., Noise Control, Joseph B. Pulaski, Cheshire; 
Dir., Water Resources, Benjamin Warner, New Hartford; Program Mgr., Coastal 
Area Management Program, Arthur J. Rocque, Jr., Storrs. 



COUNCIL ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY 

(Five members appointed by ihe Governor, for four years, and until a successor 
is appointed and has qualified; two by the Pres. Pro Tempore of the Senate and two 
by the Speaker of the House, Sec. 22a-ll, Gen. Stat. Address: Room 141, State 
Office Bldg., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-3510.) 

Appointed by the Governor, Chm., Donald L. MacKie, Avon; Charles W. 
Flynn, New Haven; Mrs. Grace S. Lichtenstein, Rowayton; Edward W. Rice, Un- 
casville; Mrs. Sidney F. VanZandt, Noank, June 30, 1979. 

Appointed by the Pres. Pro Tempore of the Senate, Mrs. Jeannine Robertson, 
Westport; Mrs. Michael P. Weinstein, West Hartford, June 30, 1979. 

Appointed by the Speaker of the House, Ronald Angelo, Wethersfield; William 
C. Harding, Norwich, June 30, 1979. 

Exec. Director, Mary Ann Dickinson, Wallingford. 



CONNECTICUT SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT 
ADVISORY COUNCIL 

fSec. 19-524LL, Gen. Stat. Compensation of members, necessar\ expenses. Ad- 
dress: 60 Washington St., Hartford 06106. Tel., 549-6390.) 

Representatives of Business and Industry: Vice Chm., Gilbert C. Wagner. Gales 
Ferry; Seymour Adelman, Fitchville; Philip Block, Newington; Thomas T. Boc- 
cuzzi, Stamford; Albert Gledhill, North Sterling; Carroll Greathouse, Stamford; 
Bernard J. Lombardi, Guilford; Joel Schiavone, Wallingford. 

Representatives of General Public: Secy. John E. Hibbard, Hebron; Kathleen 
Golas, West Hartford; Helen Z. Pearl, New Britain; Margaret H. Smith, Darien; 
Ruth Townsend, Colchester; Paul S. Uccello, Newington. 



204 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 

Representatives from Regional Planning Agencies: Chm., John E. Flynn, Port- 
land, Midstate RPA; vacancy, Northeastern Conn. RPA; vacancy, Litchfield Hills 
RPA; Richard D. Carpenter, Rowayton, South Western RPA; Francis J. Clarke, 
Bethel, Housatonic Valley RPA; George I. Engle, New Haven, South Central 
Conn. RPA; Terry A. Wakeman, Willimantic, Windham RPA; Charles Martin, 
Waterbury, Central Naugatuck Valley RPA; Barbara J. Maynard, Old Saybrook, 
Conn. River Estuary RPA; Jack Miller, Seymour, Valley RPA; Leonard T. 
O'Neill, Fairfield, Greater Bridgeport RPA; Peter LaPointe, Bristol, Central 
Conn. RPA; Charlotte H. Reid, Salisbury, Northwestern Conn. RPA; Frank R. 
Rothammer, East Granby, Capitol RPA; Walter Wadja, Norwich, Southeastern 
Conn. RPA. 

CONSERVATION AND PRESERVATION (Room 243, State Office Bldg., 
Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-4522.) 

Deputy Comr., Dennis P. DeCarli, Cromwell. 

Dir., Property Management, Joseph W. Voboril, Jr., West Willington; Chief, 
Operations and Maintenance, Richard D. Couch, Fairfield; Chief, Parks and Rec- 
reation, William F. Miller, New Britain; State Forester, Robert L. Garrepy, Vol- 
untown; Chief, Fisheries, vacancy; Chief, Law Enforcement, Frederick J. Pog- 
more, Coventry; Chief, Wildlife, vacancy. 

Region 1— Address: P.O. Box 161, Pleasant Valley 06063. Tel., 379-0771. Re- 
gional Director, Anthony J. Cantele, Morris. 

Region 2— Address: 253 Judd Hill Road, Middlebury 06762. Tel., 758-1753. 
Regional Director, Martin S. Cherniske, New Preston. 

Region 3— Address: R.R. 2, Box 150-A, East Hampton 06424. Tel., 295-9523. 
Regional Director, John H. Spencer, Willimantic. 

Region 4 — Address: State Forest Nursery, R.F.D. 1, Voluntown 06384. Tel., 
376-2513. Regional Director, John Olsen, Voluntown. 

Region 5— Address: Box 89, Waterford 06385. Tel., 443-0166. Regional Direc- 
tor, Robert A. Jones, South Windsor. 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 205 



STATE PARKS, FORESTS, FISH HATCHERIES, CONSERVATION 
AREAS AND MONUMENTS 

CAMPING AREAS 











No. of 




Name ■ 


Region 


Town 


Acres 


Sites 


Facilities* 


State Parks 












Black Rock 




Watertown 


439 


90 


f,h,p,s,w,x 


Burr Pond (Taylor 




Torrington 


436 


40 


b,f,h,l,o,p,s,w,x 


Brook) 












Devil's Hopyard 




East Haddam 


860 


20 


f,h,p 


Hammonasset Beach 




Madison 


918 


538 


f,l,P,s,x 


Hopeville Pond 




Griswold 


554 


81 


b,f,h,p,s,x 


Housatonic Meadows 




Sharon 


451 


92 


f.h.p 


Kent Falls 




Kent 


302 


12 


f,h,p 


Kettletown 




Southbury 


492 


80 


f,h,p,s,x 


Lake Waramaug 




New Preston 


95 


88 


f,p,s,x 


Macedonia Brook 




Kent 


2,300 


84 


f,h,l,o,p 


Mashamoquet 


4 


Pomfret 


781 


32 


f,h,l,o,p,s,w,x 


Rocky Neck 


3 


East Lyme 


710 


169 


f,h,l,p,s,x 


Sleeping Giant 


2 


Hamden 


1,328 


6 


f,h,l,p 


State Forests 












American Legion 


1 


Barkhamsted 


782 


30 


f,h 


Cockaponset 


3 


Haddam 


15,118 


20 


b,f,h,j,p,w 


Pachaug 


4 


Voluntown 
OTHER STATE 


22,937 
PARKS 


38 


b,f,hj,p,s,w 


Above All 


1 


Warren 


31 




h 


Bartlett Arboretum 


2 


Stamford 


62 






Beaver Brook 


4 


Windham 


401 




b,f,p 


Becket Hill 


3 


Lyme 


260 






Bigelow Hollow 


4 


Union 


513 




b,f,h,p 


Bluff Point 


4 


Groton 


806 






Bolton Notch 


3 


Bolton 


70 




h 


Brainard Homestead 


3 


East Haddam 


25 






Campbell Falls 


1 


Norfolk 


102 




f,h,p 


Chatfield Hollow 


3 


Killingworth 


356 




f,h,p,s,w,x 


Collis P. Huntington 


2 


Bethel 


878 




h 


Dart Island 


3 


Middletown 


2 






Day Pond 


3 


Colchester 


180 




f.h,l,p,s 


Dennis Hill 


1 


Norfolk 


240 




h.l 


Dinosaur 


2 


Rocky Hill 


30 




o,x 


Forster Pond 


3 


Killingworth 


153 






Fort Griswold 


4 


Groton 


16 




m,o 


Fort Shantok 


4 


Montville 


170 




o,f,p 


Gay City 


3 


Hebron 


1,569 




f,h,o,p,s,x 


George D. Seymour 


3 


Haddam 


222 






George C. Waldo 


2 


Southbury 


150 




h 


Gillette Castle 


3 


Lyme 


184 




h,m,p,l,x 


Haddam Island 


3 


Haddam 


14 






Haddam Meadows 


3 


Haddam 


175 




b,f,p,w 


Haley Farm 


4 


Groton 


260 




h 


Harkness Memorial 


3 


Waterford 


231 




f.m.p 


Haystack Mt. 


1 


Norfolk 


225 




f.h.p 


Higganum Reservoir 


3 


Haddam 


147 




f,h 


Hopemead 


4 


Bozrah 


60 






Horseguard 


1 


Avon 


146 






Humaston Brook 


1 


Litchfield 


215 




p 


Hurd Park 


3 


East Hampton 


884 




h.l.p 


Indian Well 


2 


Shelton 


151 




b,f,h,l,p,s,x 



206 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 



Name 


Region 


Town 


Acres 


Facilities* 


Ivy Mt. 


1 


Goshen 


50 


h 


John A. Minetto 


1 


Torrington 


678 


f,h,l,p,s,w 


Lamentation Mt. 


1 


Berlin 


47 


h 


Mansfield Hollow 


3 


Mansfield 


2,300 


b,f,h,p 


(Federal Lease) 










Miller's Pond 


3 


Durham 


261 


h 


Minnie Island 


4 


Salem 


1 




Mohawk Mt. 


1 


Cornwall 


260 


h,l,p,w,x 


Mt. Bushnell 


1 


Washington 


114 


h 


Mt. Riga 


1 


Salisbury 


276 


h 


Mt. Tom 


1 


Litchfield 


223 


f,h,p,s,x 


Old Furnace 


4 


Killingly 


101 


f,P,h 


Osbornedale 


2 


Derby 


350 


f,h,l,p,w,x 


Penwood 


1 


Bloomfield 


787 


h,l,P 


Piatt Hill 


1 


Winchester 


81 


P 


Pomeroy 


4 


Lebanon 


104 




Putnam Memorial 


2 


Redding 


183 


f,h,l,m,o,p,w 


Quaddick 


4 


Thompson 


116 


b,f,p,s,x 


Quinebaug Lake 


4 


Killingly 


181 


f 


Quinnipiac River 


2 


North Haven 


313 


h 


Rocky Glen 


2 


Newtown 


41 


h 


Ross Pond 


4 


Killingly 


242 


f.h 


Selden Neck 


3 


Lyme 


528 




Seth Low Pierrepont 2 


Ridgefield 


305 


h,w 


Sherwood Island 


2 


Westport 


234 


f,l,p,s,x 


Silver Sands 


2 


Milford 


207 




Southford Falls 


2 


Oxford 


120 


f,h,p,w,l 


Squantz Pond 


2 


New Fairfield 


172 


b,f,h,p,s,w,x 


Stoddard Hill 


4 


Ledyard 


55 


b,f,p 


Stratton Brook 




Simsbury 


148 


f,h,l,p,s,w,x 


Sunnybrook 




Torrington 


444 


f,h,p,s 


Sunset Rock 




Plainville 


15 




Talcott Mt. 




Bloomfield 


557 


h,I,p 


Thomaston Dam 




Thomaston 


794 


f,h,p 


Trimountain 


2 


Durham 


157 


h 


Wadsworth Falls 


2 


Middlefield 


285 


f,h,p,s,x 


West Peak 


2 


Meriden 


177 


h 


West Rock Ridge 


2 


Hamden 


140 




Wharton Brook 


2 


Wallingford 


96 


f,h,p,s,w,x 


Whittemore Glen 


2 


Naugatuck 


307 


h 


Wooster Mt. 


2 


Danbury 


327 


Skeet 


b. 


) 

boating 


j. hunting 


p. picnicking 




f. 


fishing 


1. shelter (picnic) s. swimming 




h. 


hiking 


m. museum 


w. winter spor 


ts 



OTHER STATE FORESTS 



Name 


Region 


Town 


Algonquin 


1 


Colebrook 


Enders 


1 


Granby 


Great Pond 


1 


Simsbury 


Housatonic 


1 


Sharon 


James L. Goodwin 


4 


Hampton 


Massacoe 


1 


Simsbury 


Mattatuck 


1 


Watertown 


Meshomasic 


3 


Portland 


Mohawk 


1 


Cornwall 



Acres 
2.932 
1,434 
281 
9,492 
2,170 
60 
4,468 
6,691 
3,245 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 



207 



Name 
Mohcgan 
Nassahegon 
Natchaug 
Nathan Hale 
Naugatuck 
Nehantic 
Nepaug 
Nipmuck 
Nye-Holman 
Paugussett 
Paugnut 
Peoples 
Pootatuck 
Quaddick 
Salmon River 
Shenipsit 
Topsmead 
Tunxis 
Wyantenock 



Region 


Town 


4 


Scotland 


1 


Burlington 


4 


Eastford 


3 


Coventry 


2 


Beacon Falls 


3 


East Lyme 


1 


New Hartford 


3 


Union 


3 


Tolland 


2 


Newtown 


1 


Torrington 


1 


Barkhamsted 


2 


New Fairfield 


4 


Thompson 


3 


Colchester 


3 


Stafford 


1 


Litchfield 


2 


Hartland 


1 


Cornwall 



Acres 

390 
1,226 
12,515 
1,284 
3,338 
3,655 
1,198 
7,757 

873 
1,935 
1,624 
2,954 
1,066 

496 
6,102 
6,178 

514 
8,692 
3,260 



Burlington 
Kensington 
Quinebaug 



FISH HATCHERIES 



1 


Burlington 


1 


Berlin 


4 


Plainfield 



Conn. Valley Railroad 

Mianus 

Smith Hubbel Wildlife 

Windsor Meadows 



CONSERVATION AREAS 
3 Essex 

2 Stamford 

2 Milford 

1 Windsor 



300 

335 

3 

128 



Name 

Continental Army Hospital 

Industrial Monument 

Israel Putnam 

John Mason 

Miantonomo 

Nathan Hale 

Nathaniel Lyon 

Pequot Indian Burial 

Saybrook Fort 

Swamp Fight 



STATE MONUMENTS 
Region Town 

1 West Hartford 

1 North Canaan 
4 Brooklyn 

4 Groton 

4 Norwich 

3 Coventry 

4 Eastford 
4 Ledyard 

3 Old Saybrook 

2 Fairfield 



Type 

Site of Hospital 

Iron Furnace 

Burial Place 

Burial Place 

Place of Death 

Memorial 

Burial Place 

Burial Place 

Site of Fort 

Battleground 



State Parks 
State Forests 
Conservation Areas 



Total 



ACREAGE SUMMARY 

Acres 

30,316 

134,461 

15,766 

180,543 



208 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 

CONNECTICUT COUNCIL ON SOIL AND WATER 
CONSERVATION 

(Sec. 25-104a, Gen. Stat. Address: State Office Bldg., Room 553, Hartford. Tel., 
566-3540.) 

Leonard E. Krogh, Comr. of Agriculture; Stanley J. Pac, Comr. of Environmen- 
tal Protection; Paul Waggoner, Dir., Conn. Agricultural Experiment Station, New 
Haven; Ronald F. Aronson, Asst. Dir., UConn Cooperative Extension Service, 
Storrs. 

Chm., David Syme, Scotland; Secy., Byron Janes, Storrs; Mrs. Bertrand Brown, 
Glastonbury; George Brown, West Cornwall; Mortimer A. Gelston, East Had- 
dam; Charles Hammarlund, Guilford; Albert Kelley, Westport; Morgan Miner, 
Jr., Waterford; Frank Postemski, Jr., Chaplin; John Tippie, Storrs. 



SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICTS 

Chm., Albert Kelley, Westport, Fairfield County; David Syme, Scotland, Wind- 
ham County; David Kendall, West Hartford, Hartford County; J. Morgan Miner, 
Jr., Waterford, New London County; Mortimer Gelston, East Haddam, Middle- 
sex County; Mrs. Paul Gingras, Vernon, Tolland County; Robert Shropshire, Go- 
shen, Litchfield County; Charles Hammarlund, Jr., Guilford, New Haven County. 



CONNECTICUT RESOURCES RECOVERY AUTHORITY 

(Appointed by the Governor, with the advice and consent of the General Assem- 
bly, Sec. 19-524t, Gen. Stat. Address: 60 Washington St., Hartford 06106. Tel., 
549-6390.) 

Ex-officio, Stanley J. Pac, Comr. of Environmental Protection; Anthony V. Mi- 
lano, Secy., Office of Policy and Management; Arthur B. Powers, Comr. of Trans- 
portation; John E. Flyrin, Chm. of the Conn. Solid Waste Management Advisory 
Council. 

Appointed by the Governor, Chm., Charles Stroh, Suffield, Jan. 1, 1982. C. 
Francis Driscoll, New London; Milton Levine, Bloomfield, Jan. 1, 1980. John J. 
Sullivan, Fairfield, Jan. 1, 1982. 

Appointed by the Pres. Pro Tempore of the Senate, Sen. Louis S. Cutillo, 
Waterbury. Appointed by the Speaker of the House, Rep. Robert G. Gilligan, 
Wethersfield. 

ATLANTIC STATES MARINE FISHERIES COMMISSION 

(Sec. 26-297, Gen. Stat. Compensation of members, expenses. Address: Room 
105, State Capitol, Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-2802.) 

Ex-officio, Stanley J. Pac, Comr. of Environmental Protection; Sen. George L. 
Gunther, Stratford. 

Appointed by the Governor, James M. Spellman, Pawcatuck, July 1, 1981. 

Administrator, David B. Ogle. 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 209 

CONNECTICUT RIVER GATEWAY COMMISSION 

(Sec. 25-102e, Gen. Stat. Address: Chm., CRERPA, P.O. Box 335, Essex 06426. 
Tel., 767-0944.) 

Chm., Irwin Chase, Deep River; Vice Chm., Daniel Darrow, East Haddam; 
Secy., Emay T. Buck, Old Lyme; Treas., Richard Jones, Old Saybrook; Gordon 
Gibson, repr., Dept. of Environmental Protection; Evan Griswold, Essex; Mrs. 
Lorraine Lieberman, Chester; Kevin Mazer, Lyme; Mrs. Edith Sibley, Haddam; 
Edward L. Wilcox, Old Saybrook; Irwin Wilcox, Conn. River Estuary Regional 
Planning Agency; Whitelaw Wilson, Midstate Regional Planning Agency. 



CONNECTICUT INTERSTATE WATER COMPACT COMMISSION 

(Four members appointed by the Governor, three by the Pres. Pro Tempore of 
the Senate and three by the Speaker of the House, Sec. 25-124, Gen. Stat. Address: 
Room 314, State Capitol, Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-2802.) 

Appointed by the Governor, Alfred F. Weschler, Hartford; William S. Wise, 
West Hartford; John S. Wyper, West Hartford. 

Appointed by the Pres. Pro Tempore of the Senate, Frank S. Gencarelli, Farm- 
ington; A. John Macchi, Hartford; Joseph Ravalese, Jr., West Hartford. 

Appointed by the Speaker of the House, Belton A. Copp, Old Lyme; Clarence 
Piatt, Milford; Sylvio Preli, Windsor Locks. 



INTERSTATE SANITATION COMMISSION 

(Appointed by the Governor, for four years, and until a successor is appointed 
and has qualified, Sec. 25-57, Gen. Stat. Compensation, actual expenses. Address: 
Thomas R. Glenn, Jr., Dir., Room 1620, 10 Columbus Circle, New York, N.Y. 
10019.) 

Ex-officio, Carl R. Ajello, Attorney General, Hartford; Douglas S. Lloyd, M.D., 
Comr. of Health Services, Hartford; Stanley J. Pac, Comr. of Environmental 
Protection. 

Appointed by the Governor, Joseph Zandri, Ridgefield, June 30, 1979. John P. 
Clark, Riverside, June 30, 1981. 

MID-ATLANTIC STATES AIR POLLUTION CONTROL COMMISSION 

(Sec. 19-523, Gen. Stat.) 

Ex-officio, Governor Ella Grasso. Alternate member, Stanley J. Pac, Comr. of 
Environmental Protection. 



NEW ENGLAND COMPACT ON RADIOLOGICAL 
HEALTH PROTECTION 

(Sec. 19-25k, Gen. Stat.) 

Administrator, Stanley J. Pac, Comr. of Environmental Protection. 



210 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 

NEW ENGLAND INTERSTATE WATER POLLUTION 
CONTROL COMMISSION 

(Three members appointed by the Governor, for three years, Sec. 25-67, Gen. 
Stat. Compensation, actual expenses. Address: Alfred E. Peloquin, Exec. Secy., 
N.E. Interstate Water Pollution Control Comm., 607 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 
02116.) 

Ex-officio, Douglas S. Lloyd, M.D., Comr. of Health Services; Stanley J. Pac, 
Comr. of Environmental Protection. 

Appointed by the Governor, John J. Curry, Milford, July 1, 1979. Michael G. 
Morgan, Stamford, July 1, 1980. George L. Burke, Winsted, July 1, 1981. 



NEW ENGLAND RIVER BASINS COMMISSION 

(Address: 53 State St., Boston, Mass. 02109. Tel., (617) 223-6244.) 
Conn, member: Stanley J. Pac, Comr. of Environmental Protection. 

CITIZEN ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

NEW ENGLAND RIVER BASINS COMMISSION 

CONNECTICUT RIVER BASIN PROGRAM 

(Address: David Harrison, NERBC, P.O. Box 651, 9 So. Main St., Hanover, 
N.H. 03755. Tel., (603) 643-5831.) 

Appointed by the Governor, Donald Barnes, Enfield; Ellsworth S. Grant, West 
Hartford; Mrs. Evon R. Kochey, Hartford; Donald L. MacKie, Hartford; Charles 
J. Pelletier, Storrs; Elizabeth B. Snow, Middletown. Appointed by the NERBC 
Chm., David Lavine, Durham; John J. Logan, Wethersfield. 

Valley wide Representatives: Christopher Percy, Pres. Conn. River Watershed 
Council; Lynn Allen Brooks, Hartford. 

NORTHEASTERN FOREST FIRE PROTECTION COMMISSION 

(Appointed to serve at the pleasure of the Governor, Sec. 23-54, Gen. Stat. Com- 
pensation, expenses. Address: Room 260, State Office Bldg., Hartford 06 1 1 5. Tel., 
566-5348.) 

Ex-officio. Robert L. Garrepy, State Forester, Dept. of Environmental Protec- 
tion: Addo E. Bonetti, Torrington; Donald S. Etherington, Washington Depot. 

CONNECTICUT RIVER VALLEY FLOOD CONTROL COMMISSION 

(Appointed by the Governor, with the advice and consent of the Senate, for six 
years, and until a successor is appointed and has qualified. Sec. 25-100, Gen. Stat. 
Compensation, none. Address: Nathan Tufts, Dir., Conn. River Valley Flood Con- 
trol Commission, 28 Mechanic St., Keene, New Hampshire 03431.) 

Allan D. Perkins, Essex, June 30, 1981. John E. Becker, New Canaan, Jan. 5, 
1983. John J. Curry, Milford, July 1, 1983. 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 21 1 

THAMES RIVER VALLEY FLOOD CONTROL COMMISSION 

(Appointed by the Governor, with the advice and consent of the Senate, for six 
years, and until a successor is appointed and has qualified. Sec. 25-102, Gen. Stat. 
Address: Dept. of Environmental Protection, State Office Bldg., Hartford 061 15.) 

William S. Wise, Hartford, July 1, 1980. John E. Becker, New Canaan, July 1, 
1982. John C. Thomas, Hanover (Sprague), July 1, 1984. 

FIVE MILE RIVER COMMISSION 

(Appointed by the Governor, for four years, and until a successor is appointed 
and has qualified, Sec. 15-26a, Gen. Stat. Address: Chm., 140 Five Mile River Rd., 
Darien 06820. Tel., 655-3364.) 

Chm., David M. Sinclair, Darien; Alexander B. Adams, Norwalk; Stafford 
Campbell, Darien; Edward Wanton Smith, Norwalk, March 1, 1980. 

INDIAN AFFAIRS COUNCIL 

(Three members appointed by the Governor; one representative of each tribe 
appointed by the respective tribes, Sec. 47-59b, Gen. Stat. Address: Room 248, 
State Office Bldg., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-7026.) 

Appointed by the Governor, Timothy Meehan, New Haven; Robert J. Nicola, 
West Redding; John Pyatak, Hartford, Sept. 30, 1979. 

Appointed by the respective tribes, Schaghticoke, Irving Harris, Litchfield; 
Eastern Pequot, Helen LeGault, North Stonington; Western Pequot, Richard 
Ha\ ward, Ledvard; Mohegan, Brian Myles, Meriden; Golden Hill, Aureluis Piper, 
Trumbull, Sept. 30, 1979. 



DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES 

COMMISSIONER OF HEALTH SERVICES (Appointed by the Governor, 
with the advice and consent of either House of the General Assemblv, for four 
years. Sec. 4-5—4-8, 19-2, Gen. Stat. Salarv, Comr., $43,037. Address: 79 Elm St.. 
Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-2279.) 

Comr., Douglas S. Lloyd, M.D., M.P.H., Hartford, March 1, 1983. 

OFFICE OF PUBLIC HEALTH (Appointed by the Comr. of Health Serv- 
ices, Sec. 19-2, Gen. Stat. Salarv, Deputy Comr., $31,201. Address: 79 Elm St., 
Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-2197.) 

Deputy Comr., Dennis F. Kerrigan, Wethersfield. 

BUREAU OF HEALTH PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT 

(Public Law 93-641. Address: 79 Elm St., Hartford 06115. Tel.. 566-7886.) 
Chief. Susan Silliman Addiss, New Haven. 



212 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 

OFFICE OF EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES 

(Sec. 19-73v, 19-73w, 19-37z, 19-73aa, Gen. Stat. Director appointed by the 
Comr. of Health Services. Address: 79 Elm St., Hartford 061 15. Tel., 566-7365.) 
Director, Christopher Gentile. 

COMMISSION ON HOSPITALS AND HEALTH CARE 

(Sec. 19-73c, Gen. Stat. Salary, Exec. Director, $38,995. Compensation of ap- 
pointed members, $50 per day of service plus necessary expenses. Address: 340 
Capitol Ave., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-3880.) 

Douglas S. Lloyd, M.D., Comr. of Health Services; Eric A. Plaut, M.D., Comr. 
of Mental Health; Joseph C. Mike, Insurance Comr. 

Appointed by the Governor, Vice Chm., William J. Lavery, Newtown, June 30, 
1981. Howard V. Wry, New Britain, June 30, 1978. Sr. Joseph Mary Brecanier, 
Trumbull; Robert B. Bruner, West Hartford; Edward I. Noretsky, Hamden; E. 
Cortright Phillips, Trumbull, June 30, 1979. Mrs. Jan-Gee McCollam, Glaston- 
bury; vacancy, June 30, 1981. Jeffrey Daniels, June 30, 1982. Glenn W. Moon, 
Stamford; George A. Simon, Cromwell; Helen T. Watson, R.N., South Windham, 
June 30, 1983. 

Appointed by the Pres. Pro Tempore of the Senate, Chm., Darius J. Spain, 
Danbury (appointment terminates with the term of the Pres. Pro Tempore). 

Appointed by the Speaker of the House, vacancy (appointment terminates with 
the term of Speaker of the House). 

Exec. Director, F. Bernard Forand. 

LAUREL HEIGHTS HOSPITAL, SHELTON.— (Salary, Supt. and Med. 
Dir., $43,595. Address: Shelton 06484. Tel., 734-2593.) For adults in any stage or 
any form of tuberculosis needing hospitalization, for adults with chronic disease 
other than tuberculosis who need definitive hospital care or rehabilitation. Capac- 
ity, 136. Number of patients, Feb. 1, 1979, 104. Visiting hours, 1 to 8 P.M., daily, 
including week-ends and holidays. 

Supt. and Medical Dir., Wallace W. Turner, M.D; Asst. Supt., H. Ehrenkrantz, 
M.D. 

UNCAS-ON-THAMES HOSPITAL, NORWICH.— (Salary, Supt., $34,551. 
Address: Norwich 06360. Tel., 889-1321.) For adults of the State of Connecticut 
with cancer needing hospitalization; Phelps Radiation Therapy Center and active 
outpatient Cancer Chemotherapy Clinic. Capacity, 84 beds. Number of patients, 
Jan. 1, 1979, 40. Reached from Norwich or New London by bus between these two 
points. Visiting hours, 9 A.M. to 8 P.M. daily. 

Supt., Thomas W. Redding; Asst. Supt., Pamela Pinch, M.D. 

STATEWIDE HEALTH COORDINATING COUNCIL 

(Appointed by the Governor, Sec. 19-3a, Gen. Stat. Address: 79 Elm St., Hart- 
ford 06115. Tel., 566-7886.) 

Chm., Frederick G. Adams, D.D.S., Hartford; Vice Chm., David D. Beatty, 
Waterbury; Boris Morton Astrachan, M.D., Hamden; Marilyn Beach, R.N., 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES. BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 213 

Branford; Henry T. Becker, Manchester; Albert M. Blecich, West Haven; Mrs. 
Alice Boucher, Enfield; John T. Brown, Jr., Stamford; John J. Budds, West Hart- 
ford; Mrs. Mildred F. Coffey, Niantic; Morris N. Cohen, D.M.D., Bloomfield; 
Richard D. Cosgrove, Torrington; Ms. Marion Greene, Willimantic; Franklin S. 
Harris, Woodbridge; John K. Hogan, East Hampton; Edward A. Kamens, M.D.. 
Fairfield; William Karraker, Redding Ridge; Sister Margaret Rosita Kenny, Wa- 
terbury; Wallace M. Lee, Newtown; Mrs. Marita D. McDonough, East Granby; 
Stephen E. Owens, D.C., West Hartford; George L. Park, Hampton; Ms. Carrie S. 
Perry, Hartford; Mrs. Gloria D. Pond, Woodbury; Stephen R. Smith, M.D., New 
London; Ms. Jennifer D. Starr, New Haven; Robert L. Stubblefield, M.D., New 
Canaan; Helen Watson, R.N., Willimantic; Thomas C. Watson, West Hartford; 
Courtland Seymour Wilson, New Haven; Mrs. Margaret S. Wilson, Norwich. 

CONNECTICUT ADVISORY COUNCIL ON 
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES 

(Appointed bv the Comr. of Health Services. Address: 79 Elm St., Hartford 
06115. Tel., 566-7109.) 

Chm., Harry I. Fisher, Jr., Rocky Hill; Albert Ackel, Danbury; Ronald D. Ali- 
ano, Norwich; Peter Arturi, M.D., Greenwich; Robert D. Bergeron, Wallingford; 
Edward R. Browne, M.D., Willimantic; Maureen Bruce, R.N., Oxford; Ronald D. 
Clark, R.N., Middlebury; Frank G. Elliott, M.D., Bridgeport; Myer Herman, 
M.D., Bridgeport; Joseph G. Jasiorkowski, Bethany; Richard L. Judd, Ph.D., New 
Britain; Robert McKeon, Norwich; John J. Paulhus, M.D., Putnam; Cynthia Ric- 
cio, Hartford; Philip A. Stent, M.D., Hartford; Gerald A. Strauch, M.D., Stam- 
ford; Henry Thomas, Hartford; Warren Thurnauer, Wethersfield; Donna Vose, 
R.N., Meriden; Karen Walto, R.N., Torrington; Robert Wesche, Monroe. 

STATE CAMP SAFETY ADVISORY COUNCIL 

(Appointed by the Comr. of Health Services. Address: 79 Elm St., Hartford 
06115. Tel., 566-3110.) 

Ex-officio, Chm., Douglas S. Lloyd, M.D., M.P.H., Comr. of Health Services. 

Allen L. Beavers, Jr., Hartford; Ernest Bulova, New Milford, Oci. 1, 1979. 
Lloyd A. Albin, Kent; Mrs. Harry Moore, Torrington; Lee Stebbins, Bridgeport, 
Oct. 1, 1981. Mrs. Kirby Judd, Somers; Mitchell Kurman, Westport; Peter Mee- 
han, Weston, Oct. 1, 1983. 

ADVISORY COUNCIL ON HEARING AIDS 

Chm., Seymour L. Sloan, Fairfield; Vice Chm., Robert F. Nagel, Ph.D., Nei 
Haven; Bernard Lipin, M.A., New Haven; Alan J. Gill, M.D., Fairfield; Kit Nor- 
thup, West Hartford; John R. Saad, Brookfield; Irwin Schannon, Hamden. 

ADVISORY COUNCIL ON SPEECH PATHOLOGISTS 
AND AUDIOLOGISTS 

(Members appointed by the Comr. of Health Services.) 

Chm., Andrew Lees, Southington; Vice Chm., Mrs. Susan Breslau, Vernon: Dr. 
Thomas Giolas, Storrs; Kenneth T. Gist, Danbury; Katherine Grussi. \\ est Haven; 
Mrs. Marie Love Johnson, Vernon; Mrs. Virginia Mackbach, Stratford. 



214 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 

BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF BARBERS 

(Appointed by the Governor, for six years, and until a successor is appointed and 
has qualified, Sec. 20-235, Gen. Stat. Salary, Examiner, $10,394; Deputies, $8,181. 
Address: 79 Elm St., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-3686.) 

Barber Examiner, Anthony Mazzarella, Southington; Deputy Examiners, Wil- 
liam R. Fischer, Wallingford; Carmelo Guardo, East Hartford. 

STATE BOARD OF CHIROPRACTIC EXAMINERS 

(Appointed by the Governor, from six names presented by the Conn. Chiroprac- 
tic Assoc, Inc., for three years, and until a successor is appointed and has qualified, 
Sec. 20-25, Gen. Stat. Compensation of members, $90.34 per diem. Address: 
Secy.-Treas., 210 South Main St., Middletown 06457. Tel., 347-0023.) 

Pres., Theodore J. Dombroski, D.C., Stratford; Vice Pres., George J. Paul, 
D.C., East Hartford; Secy.-Treas., Patrick A. Labbadia, D.C., Middletown. 

DENTAL COMMISSIONERS 

(Appointment may be selected by the Governor from a list often names submit- 
ted by the Board of Governors of the Conn. State Dental Assoc, and the Conn. 
Dental Hygienists' Assoc, Sec 20-103a, Gen. Stat. Compensation of members, 
$90.34 per diem. Address: Secy., Room 105, 79 Elm St., Hartford 06115. Tel., 
566-4619.) 

Secy., Michael J. Zazzaro, D.M.D., Hartford, June 30, 1979. 

Pres., Harold F. Bosco, D.D.S., New Britain; Mrs. Inez H. Cullen, Waterford; 
Nathan L. Dubin, D.M.D., Hartford; Sedrick J. Rawlins, D.D.S., Manchester; 
Isadore B. Temkin, D.D.S., Torrington, June 30, 1979. 



CONNECTICUT BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF EMBALMERS 
AND FUNERAL DIRECTORS 

(Appointed by the Governor, for five years, Sec. 20-208, Gen. Stat. Salary, 
Secy., $197.62 per month. Compensation of members, $67.77 per diem. Address: 
Secy., 138 Migeon Ave., P.O. Box 296, Torrington 06790. Tel., 489-3137.) 

Pres., John B. Coughlin, Middletown; Secy., Paul E. Driscoll, Torrington; Leo 
P. Gallagher, Jr., Stamford; Richard C. Monighetti, Suffield; William F. Shea, 
Mystic. 

CONNECTICUT HOMEOPATHIC MEDICAL EXAMINING BOARD 

(Appointed by the Governor, for five years, Sec. 20-8, Gen. Stat. Compensation 
of members, $90.34 per day of service. Address: Secy.-Treas., 25 Mooreland Rd., 
Greenwich 06830. Tel., 661-4340.) 

Pres., Joseph L. Kaplowe, M.D., New Haven; Vice Pres., Charles H. Hodgkins, 
Jr., M.D., New Haven; Secy., William McCoy, M.D., Greenwich; Richard Lewis, 
M.D., Milford; Anthony Shupis, Jr., M.D., Dayville. 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 2 1 5 

BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF HYPERTRICHOLOGISTS 

(Appointed by the Governor, for three years, Sec. 20-268, Gen. Stat. Compensa- 
tion of members, $45.18 per day of service. Address: Secy., 1115 Main St., Bridge- 
port 06603. Tel., 335-3747.) 

Chm., Lawrence M. Blum, M.D., Fairfield; Secy., Miss Florence E. Hamblet, 
Bridgeport; Mrs. Ethyle W. Bekech, Milford; Miss Hilda Harrison, Bridgeport; 
Haskell M. Rosenbaum, M.D., Waterbury. 

CONNECTICUT MEDICAL EXAMINING BOARD 

(Appointed by the Governor, for five years, Sec. 20-8a, Gen. Stat. Compensation 
of members, $90.34 per day of service. Address: 79 Elm St., Hartford 061 15. Tel., 
566-4396.) 

Chm., Lawrence K. Pickett, M.D., Hamden; Fred B. Agee, Jr., M.D., Wethers- 
field; Frederic P. Anderson, M.D., Guilford; Evans H. Daniels, M.D., Wethers- 
field; Carl F. Hinz, Jr., M.D., Avon; Henry Mannix, Jr., M.D., Hartford; Thomas 
C. McKone, West Hartford; Christie E. McLeod, M.D., Middletown; Mrs. Paula 
L. Savary, West Hartford. 

STATE BOARD OF NATUREOPATHIC EXAMINERS 

(Appointed by the Governor, for three years, Sees. 20-35. 20-43, Gen. Stat. 
Compensation of members, $90.34 per day of service. Address: Secv., 1420 Main 
St., Glastonbury 06033. Tel., 633-6636.) 

Pres., Raymond F. Dickinson, N.D., Putnam; Vice Pres., Lawrence E. Soda, 
N.D., Milford; Secy.-Treas., Charles G. Soderstrom, N.D., Glastonbur\. 

CONNECTICUT STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS FOR NURSING 

(Appointed by the Governor, for three years, Sec. 20-88, Gen. Stat. Compensa- 
tion of members, $45.18 per day of service. Address: 79 Elm St., Hartford 061 15. 
Tel., 566-3716.) 

Pres., Mrs. Bette Jane Murphy, R.N., Pleasant Valley, July 1, 1981. Secy., Miss 
Emilia A. Mascaro, R.N., Wethersfield, July 1. 1979. Mrs. Helen Carpp, R.N . 
Seymour, July 1 , 1979. Miss Jean M. Bieszad, R.N., Hartford; Mrs. Marguerite B. 
White, Ed.D., R.N., East Hartford, Julv 1, 1980. Mrs. Fannie Pittman, L.P.N., 
Bloomfield; Mrs. Patricia Williams, L.P.N., Vernon, July 1, 1981. 

Chief Cursing Examiner, Anne F. McGuigan, R.N., Hamden. 

BOARD OF LICENSURE OF NURSING HOME ADMINISTRATORS 

(Appointed by the Governor, for three years, and until a successor is appointed 
and has qualified, Sec. 19-592, Gen. Stat. Compensation of members, $25 per 
diem, plus mileage. Address: 79 Elm St.. Hartford 06115. Tel.. 566-4471.) 

Pres., John J. Farling, Storrs, June 30, 1979. Vice Pres.. Robert W. Harkins. 
M.D., Woodbury, June 30, 1979. Secv., Mrs. Phvllis Jackston, Manchester. June 
30, 1979. Selig Rubinrott, Bloomfield, June 30, 1979. Robert L. Clapp, Enfield; 
Mrs. Marie Gonzalez, Danbury; Norman Janes, South Windham; Mrs. Ruth 



216 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 

Knollmueller, R.N., Hamden, June 30, 1980. Martin A. Gaffey, Meriden, Oct. 1, 
1980. Gordon C. Andrew, West Hartford; Ann Luszczak, Wethersfield; Paul P. 
Somoza, Glastonbury, June 30, 1981. 

COMMISSION OF OPTICIANS 

(Appointment may be selected by the Governor, from a list of names submitted 
by the Conn. Opticians Assoc, for four years, and until a successor is appointed 
and has qualified, Sec. 20-140, Gen. Stat. Salary, Secy.-Treas., $329.31 per month. 
Comrs., $45.18 per day of service and expenses. Address: 79 Elm St., Hartford 
06115. Tel., 566-5461.) 

Pres., Edward G. Fritz, Trumbull; Secy., Enrico F. Reale, Manchester; Roger J. 
Paquette, East Hartford; Charles J. Sidor, Wethersfield; Raymond M. Turrell, Jr., 
Old Lyme. 

CONNECTICUT STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS IN OPTOMETRY 

(Appointment may be selected by the Governor, from a list of names submitted 
by the Conn. Optometric Society, for five years, and until a successor is appointed 
and has qualified, Sec. 20-128, Gen. Stat. Salary, Secy.-Treas., $329.31 per month; 
compensation of other members, $90.34 per day of service. Address: Secy., 79 Elm 
St., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-5296.) 

Pres., Dr. Rene G. Desaulniers, Putnam; Secy., Dr. Charles Felson, West Hart- 
ford; Dr. Ann J. Capecelatro, Orange; Dr. Edward F. Pinn, Chester; Dr. Costos C. 
Poulos, Plainville. 

CONNECTICUT OSTEOPATHIC EXAMINING BOARD 

(Appointed by the Governor, for five years, Sees. 20-15, 20-43, Gen. Stat. Com- 
pensation of members, $90.34 per day of service. Address: Secy., 135 W. Broad St., 
Stamford 06902. Tel., 323-8221.) 

Secy., Henry Moskowitz, D.O., Stamford; Floyd Adams, D.O., Middletown; 
Kenneth Adams, D.O., Wethersfield; Foster Clark, D.O., Torrington; Robert G. 
Nicholl, D.O., Riverside. 



CONNECTICUT STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS FOR 
PHYSICAL THERAPISTS 

(Appointed by the Governor, for five years, Sec. 20-67, Gen. Stat. The physicians 
appointed from a list of names submitted by the Connecticut Medical Society. The 
physical therapists appointed from a list of names submitted by the Conn. Chapter 
of the American Physical Therapy Assoc. Compensation of members, $45.18 per 
day of service. Address: Secy., 52 Flaherty Dr., Storrs 06268. Tel., 487-0043.) 

Pres., Wilhelmina J. Werkhoven, R.P.T., RocW\\\e\ Secy.-Treas., Frances Tap- 
pan, Ph.D., R.P.T., Storrs; James J. McQuade, R.P.T., New London; John J. 
O'Brien, M.D., West Hartford; Krystyne Piotrowska, M.D., Orange. 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 217 

CONNECTICUT BOARD OF EXAMINERS IN PODIATRY 

(Appointment may be selected by the Governor, from a list of three names nomi- 
nated by the Conn. Podiatry Assoc., Inc., for five years, and until a successor is 
appointed and has qualified, Sec. 20-51, Gen. Stat. Compensation of members, 
$90.34 per day of service. Address: Secy., 212 Hemlock Hill Rd., Orange 06477. 
Tel., 795-0656.) 

Pres., Michael L. Sabia, D.P.M., Stamford; Secy., Jeffrey F. Yale, D.P.M., 
Orange; James H. Blume, D.P.M., New Haven; Theodore G. Bochanis, D.P.M., 
Bridgeport; Irving Freedman, D.P.M., Lebanon. 

BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF PSYCHOLOGISTS 

(Appointed by the Governor, for five years, and until a successor is appointed 
and has qualified, Sec. 20-186, Gen. Stat. Compensation of members, $90.34 per 
day of service. Address: Chm., 79 Elm St., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-4471.) 

Acting Chm., Edwin B. Knauft, Ph.D., West Hartford; Secy., Betty Jo Mc- 
Grade, Ph.D., Mansfield; Harvey L. Glass, Ph.D., Hartford; Stuart M. Losen, 
Ph.D., Westport; Judith K. Steiber, Ph.D., Fairfield. 

STATE BOARD OF REGISTRATION FOR SANITARIANS 

(Appointed by the Governor, one member for four years, and three for three 
years, and until a successor is appointed and has qualified, Sec. 20-359, Gen. Stat. 
Compensation of members, necessary expenses. Address: Room 416, 79 Elm St., 
Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-3110.) 

Ex-officio, Secy., Douglas S. Lloyd, M.D., M.P.H., Comr. of Health Services. 

Chm., Edward R. DeLouise, R.S., M.P.H., New Haven, Sept. 30, 1979. James 
F. Herlihy, R.S., B.S., Hartford, Sept. 30, 1980. A. J. Trimpert, M.D., Bethel, 
Sept. 30, 1980. Leonard T. O'Neill, R.S., M.S., Southport, Sept. 30, 1981. 

STATE BOARD OF SUBSURFACE SEWAGE DISPOSAL 
SYSTEM EXAMINERS 

(Appointed by the Governor, for six years, Sec. 20-34 lb. Gen. Stat. Compensa- 
tion of members, necessary and reasonable expenses. Address: Room 416, 79 Elm 
St., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-3110.) 

Ex-officio, Douglas S. Lloyd, M.D., M.P.H., Comr. of Health Services; Stanley 
J. Pac, Comr. of Environmental Protection, repr. by Randy May. Acting Chm. 

Vice Chm.. Sidney Holbrook, Westbrook, June 30, 1980. Frank Grosso. Willi- 
mantic, June 30, 1982. Pasquale A. Ferrigno, Storrs, June 30, 1984. 

COMMISSION ON MEDICOLEGAL INVESTIGATIONS 

(Appointed by the Governor, Sec. 19-526(a), Gen. Stat. Compensation of mem- 
bers, actual expenses. Address: P.O. Box 427, Farmington 06032. Tel., 677-7~^ 
Ex-officio, Douglas S. Lloyd, M.D., Comr. of Health Services 



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Chm., Atty. Harry S. Gaucher, Jr., Willimantic, June 25, 1984. Vice Chm., 
Peter A. Ward, M.D., Bloomfield, June 25, 1981. Steven B. Duke, J.D., New Ha- 
ven; Vincent D. O'Neil, M.D., Newington; Arthur H. Schatz, J.D., Hartford, June 
25, 1981. Francis C. Cady, LL.B., West Hartford; S. Evans Downing, M.D., Guii- 
ford; James A. Harkins, M.D., Norwich, June 25, 1984. 

OFFICE OF THE MEDICAL EXAMINER 

(The Chief Medical Examiner appointed by the Commission on Medicolegal 
Investigations, Sec. 19-527, Gen. Stat. Salary, Chief Medical Examiner, $54,050. 
Address: P.O. Box 427, Farmington 06032. TeL, 677-7784.) 

Chief Medical Examiner, Elliot M. Gross, M.D., West Hartford, Sept. 1, 1981. 
Associate Medical Examiner, Catherine A. Galvin, M.D., Plainville. (The Chief 
Medical Examiner, with the approval of the Commission, shall appoint a Deputy 
Medical Examiner and such Assistant Medical Examiners and other professional 
staff members as the Commission may specify.) 



ASSISTANT MEDICAL EXAMINERS 



Robert Abrahamson, M.D. 
Spencer Brown, M.D. 
Thomas P. Cody, M.D. 
Harry P. Engel, M.D. 
Santiago Escober, M.D. 
Donald T. Evans, M.D. 
Anthony E. Giangrasso, M.D. 
Robert S. Grossman, M.D. 
H. Patterson Harris, M.D. 
Michael Kelleher, M.D. 
J. Coleman Kelly, M.D. 
George J. Molnar, M.D. 
Sedat Ozcomert, M.D. 
Theodore Safford, Jr., M.D. 
Albert J. Trimpert, M.D. 
Michael Yoburn, M.D. 



Paul H.Barbour, M.D. 
Lawrence Cogswell, M.D. 
Edward N. Diters, M.D. 
George Donahue, M.D. 
William J. Dwyer, M.D. 
Ralph Giarnella, M.D. 
Howard W. Gourlie, M.D. 
Donald R. Hazen, M.D. 
Joseph Hollinshead, M.D. 
Carl W.Johnson, M.D. 
Joseph Keenan, M.D. 
Robert R. Keeney, M.D. 
John J. Kennedy, Jr., M.D. 
Vittorio Mirabelli, M.D. 
Douglas NerT, M.D. 
Douglas Neimand, M.D. 



Fairfield County 

High Valley Way, Stamford 

2 Queens La. Darien 

241 South Main St., New Canaan 

50 Ridgefield Ave., Bridgeport 
2837 Main St., Bridgeport 
Danbury-Newtown Rd., Newtown 
6363 Main St., Trumbull 

67 Sandpit Rd., Danbury 

Town Hall, Fairfield 

2660 Main St., Bridgeport 

30 Bonwit St., Riverside 

134 Brooklawn Ave., Bridgeport 

555 Newfield Ave., Stamford 

69 Main St., Ridgefield 

8 Blackman Ave., Bethel 

70 West St., Danbury 

Hartford County 

2 High St., Farmington 
85 Jefferson St., Hartford 
64 Maple Ave., Collinsville 
150 Hazard Ave., Enfield 

261 Salmon Brook St., Granby 
43 Linwood St., New Britain 
75 North Main St., Enfield 

51 Gillett St., Hartford 

3 Maple La., Farmington Woods, Avon 
126 Pearl St., Enfield 
9BickfordRd.,Simsbury 

29 Haynes St., Manchester 

46 Center St., Windsor Locks 

! 1 Harrison Ave., Bristol 

UConn Health Center, Farmington 

New Britain General Hospital, New Britain 



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Silvio F. Pace, M.D. 
John Pierce, M.D. 
Daniel Purcell, M.D. 
Samuel Rentsch, Jr., M.D. 
Alden Seleman, M.D. 
Warren B. Siiliman, M.D. 
Sheldon Taubman, M.D. 
Michael Tortora, M.D. 
Joseph Weiss, M.D. 
Harold West, M.D. 
Arthur E. Woolfson, M.D. 



Alfred E. Brewer, M.D. 
Wilbur H.Caney, M.D. 
Clifford T.Conk'lin, Jr., M.D. 
George F. Greiner, M.D. 
G. S. Gudernatch, M.D. 
Ernest Izumi, M.D. 
Donald H. Peters, M.D. 
Daniel P. Samson, M.D. 
John Simonds, M.D. 
John M. Street, M.D. 



William G. Ames, M.D. 
Donald C. Barton, M.D. 
Harold Bornstein, Jr., M.D. 
Charles W. Chace, M.D. 
Aaron Greenberg, M.D. 
Russell A. Lobb, M.D. 
George M. Rosefield. M.D. 
John Stanford, M.D. 



Elizabeth C. Adams, M D. 
William Arnold, Jr., M.D. 
Roberts. Boltax. M.D. 
William Bush, M.D. 
Marcus E. Cox, M.D. 
Joseph C. Czarsty, M.D. 
Joseph E. Daly, M.D. 
Charles Dayton, M.D. 
James T. Keegan, M.D. 
Moses K. Lieberman, M.D. 
Clarence J. Lipkorf, M.D. 
David Lowell, M.D. 
Mark Ludwig, M.D. 

John Morrow, M.D. 

Ronald Neuman, M.D. 
Edward W. Oxnard, M.D. 
Louis Rogol, M.D. 
Oscar Rogol. M.D. 
Michael Saruk, M.D. 
Sterling P. Taylor. M.D. 
Joseph A. Vincentorio, M.D. 



63 Wells Rd.,Wethersheld 

181 East Cedar La.. Newington 
150 North Main St., Manchester 
242 Hubbard St., Glastonburv 
105 Woodland St., Bristol 
26 Prospect St., Windsor 
UConn Health Center, Farmington 
283 Collins St., Hartford 
233 Main St., New Britain 

64 Maple Ave., Collinsville 
36 Main St., Unionville 

Litchfield County 

Main St., Lakeville 

429 Main St., Watertown 

16 Grant St., Thomaston 

Kent 

Main St., Sharon 

Winsted Hospital, Winsted 

Elizabeth St., Kent 

147 Elm St., Thomaston 

Washington 

P.O. Box777,NewMilford 

Middlesex County 

North Main St., Essex 

Main St., Portland 

30 Washington Ave., North Haven 

195 South Main St., Middletown 

Main St., Old Saybrook 

1 Essex St., Deep River 

595 Main St., Portland 

North Main St., Essex 

New Haven County 

1 Whitfield St., Guilford 

White Deer Rock Rd., Middleburv 

299 Seymour St., Derbv 

Yale-New Haven Hospital. New Haven 

St. Mary's Hospital, Waterburv 

314MainSt.,Oakville 

1 389 West Main St.. Waterburv 

15 Chipman Dr.. Cheshire 

89BroadSt.,Milford 

Park Rd, Woodburs 

2068 Bridgeport Ave., Milford 

64 Robbins St., Waterburv 

Yale University, School of Medicine. 

3 10 Cedar St., New Haven 
Yale University, School of Medicine. 

3 10 Cedar St., New Haven 
Yale-New Haven Hospital. New Haven 
15 Chipman Dr.. Cheshire 
30 Garden St.. Seymour 
30 Garden St., Seymour 
Yak University, 3 10 Cedar St.. New Haven 
1 St. John St., North Haven 
175 Grove St., Waterburv 



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E. Maurice Wakeman, M.D. 
Peter Yurchenko, M.D. 



Julian G.Ely, M.D. 
Robert T. Henkle, M.D. 
Boris Pukay, M.D. 
H. Norman Rasmussen, M. 
H. Peter Schwarz, M.D. 

Clifford Wilson, M.D. 



Robert Bowen, M.D. 
Ellen E. Marmer, M.D. 
Harold O. Shapiro, M.D. 
Vincent Tumminello, M.D. 



E. Arthur Barry, Jr., M.D. 
Edwin H.Basden, M.D. 
David H.Bates, M.D. 
Joseph J. Creme, M.D. 

Rudolph E. Klare, M.D. 
Albert Lojko, M.D. 
JohnL. Myer, II, M.D. 
John Paulhus, M.D. 
Lavius A. Robinson, M.D. 
Charles A. Shooks, M.D. 
Bruce R. Valentine, M.D. 
Sherman L. Waldron, M.D. 

John A. Woodworth, M.D. 



River St., Guilford 

Yale University, 310 Cedar St., New Haven 

New London County 

R.F.D. 2, Hamburg Rd., Lyme 

132 Ocean Ave., New London 

21 East Main St., Mystic 

15 Crescent St., Uncasville 

Medical Arts Bldg., 120 Lafayette St., 

Norwich 
12 Case St., Norwichtown 

Tolland County 

High St., Coventry 

57 Union St., Rockville 

57 Union St., Rockville 

Rt. 190, Medical Center, Stafford Springs 

Windham County 

36 Prospect St., Moosup 
Columbia Lakes, Rte. 87, Columbia 
476 School St., Putnam 
Thompson Medical Center 

No. Grosvenor Dale 
Rte. 93, East Woodstock 
255 Pomfret St., Putnam 
Windham Community Hospital, Willimantic 
320 Pomfret St., Putnam 
9 Hutchinson St., Danielson 
150 Mansfield Ave., Willimantic 
Clark Memorial Center, Abington 
Thompson Medical Center, Rte. 12, 

Mechanicsville 
167 Daggett St., Moosup 



CONNECTICUT POISON INFORMATION CENTER 

(Sec. 10- 1 4 1 k, Gen. Stat. Address: UConn Health Center, Farmington Ave.. 
Farmington 06032. Tel., 674-3456, 674-3457. 24 hour service.) 
Director, Alex A. Cardoni. 



VETERANS' HOME AND HOSPITAL COMMISSION 

(Appointed by the Governor until a successor is appointed and has qualified, Sec. 
27-104, Gen. Stat. Salary, Commandant, $32,329. Compensation of members, 
none. Address: 287 West St., Rocky Hill 06067. Tel., 529-2571.) 

Chm., Robert R. Cherlin, West Hartford; Vice Chm., Joseph H. Cermak, Mid- 
dletown; Secy., Louis E. Molinaro, North Grosvenor Dale; Treas., Leonard P. 
Goodin, Waterbury; William J. Johnston, Colchester; Brig. Gen. Warren B. Lind- 
quist, Rocky Hill; Serge G. Mihaly, Nichols; Michael D. Santomasso, West 
Hartford. 

Commandant, Colonel Robert D. Houley. 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 221 

VETERANS HOME AND HOSPITAL 
STATE OF CONNECTICUT, ROCKY HILL 

(Rated capacity, 1,104. Home, 754. Hospital, 350. Total enrollment, Jan. 1, 
1979, 796. Value of real property, June 30, 1978, $20,937,366.) 

Managers: The Veterans Home and Hospital Commission. 

OFFICERS OF THE HOME AND HOSPITAL— Commandant. Col. Robert 
D. Houley; Asst. Commandant, Col. Ernest W. Cook, Jr.; Hospital Clinical Direc- 
tor (Med. & Surg. Srvcs.), Cyril A. Gundling, M.D.; Exec. Officer— Home, Maj. 
Guerino J. Agostinelli; Dir. of Food Services, Capt. James J. McKinnon, Jr.; Chief 
Dietitian, Mrs. Donna C. Sliva; Dir. of Veterans Home Life, Capt. Bruce H. Ey; 
Hospital Business Mgr., Capt. Raymond T. McMahon; Supvr. Plant & Mainte- 
nance II, Capt. Franklyn E. Bradley; Supvr. Plant & Maintenance I, Lt. Richard 
W. Hamilton; Security Officer-in-Charge, Capt. Albert L. Abelhauser; Supvr. 
State Aid to Veterans, Perry M. Gallup; Chief of Staff and Chief of Medicine, 
Rinaldo J. Cavalieri, M.D.; Urologist, John W. Lee, M.D.; Chief of Urology, 
Charles E. Jacobson, Jr., M.D.; Chief of Dermatology, Neville Kirsch, M.D.; 
Chief of Ophthalmology, David A. Hill, M.D.; Chief of Orthopedics, Vincent J. 
Turco, M.D.; Chief of Otorhinolaryngology, G. Gordon Synder III, M.D.; Chief 
of Physical Medicine and Rehab., Sanford Harvey, M.D.; Chief of Pulmonary 
Diseases, Rendento D. Ferranti, M.D.; Chief of Psychiatry, Isidore Schnap, M.D.; 
Chief of Surgery, Francis M. Hall, M.D.; Chief Anesthetist, Rita M. Fauliso, 
M.D.; Pathologist, Sebastian J. Gallo, M.D.; Acting Chief of Radiology, Sidney 
L. Cramer, M.D.; Internists: Chandra K. Agarwal, M.D.; Francis D.T. Bowen, 
M.D., Theodore Czuj, M.D., Richard P. Johnson, M.D., Lawrence Lydon, M.D., 
Nancy R. Powell, George O. Howe, M.D., Bilqis Khan, M.D., Peter Laube, M.D., 
Mary A. Tummillo, M.D., Nasudeva Ranganathan, M.D.; Senior Physician, 
Hugh Z. Maray, M.D.; Professional Specialist-Podiatry, Oscar Rutstein, Pod.D.; 
Professional-Specialist-Dentistry, Edward F. Lynch, D.D.S., Abraham Weinberg, 
D.D.S.; Director of Nursing II, Mary D. Collins, R.N., Director of Nursing I, 
Hazel M. Conlon, R.N.; Catholic Chaplain, Rev. Thomas E. Berberich; Protestant 
Chaplain, Rev. William A. Ruppar; Jewish Chaplain, Rabbi Henry Okolica; Vol- 
unteer Services Chief II, Mrs. Marjorie D. Goodale. 



CONNECTICUT BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION 

COMMISSIONER OF HIGHER EDUCATION (Appointed by the Board of 
Higher Education, Sec. 10-323c, Gen. Stat. Salary, Comr., $50,000; Deputy 
Comr., $42,000. Address: 340 Capitol Ave., P.O. Box 1320, Hartford 06101 . Tel.', 
566-3910, 3911, 3912.) 

Comr., Michael D. Usdan; Deputy Comr.. Nan S. Robinson. 

BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION 

(Sec. 10-323a, Gen. Stat.) 

Appointed by the Governor, Secy., Miss Anne M. Hogan, Putnam, July 31, 
1983. Mrs. Jean Olsen, Lakeville; Dr. Harvey S. Sadou. New Canaan, July 31, 



222 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 

1979. Keith B. Hook, Glastonbury; Rev. Michael Patrick Williams, Bridgeport, 
July 31, 1981. Donald H. McGannon, New Canaan, July 31, 1983. 

Appointed by the Pres. Pro Tempore of the Senate, Archibald Woodruff, Sims- 
bury, July 31, 1981; Rev. Charles Shaw, Glastonbury, July 31, 1983; by Senate 
Minority Leader, Vice Chm., Mrs. Ruth O. Truex, Wethersfield, July 31, 1983. 

Appointed by the Speaker of the House, Chm., Howard Klebanoff, West Hart- 
ford, July 31, 1981; Miss Laura A. Johnson, Avon, July 31, 1979; by House Minor- 
ity Leader, Walter B. Kozloski, Farmington, July 31, 1979. 

Elected by the Boards of Trustees for UConn, Mrs. Norma Anderson Jorgensen, 
Newington; by State Colleges, Peter Berry, Waterbury; by Regional Community 
Colleges, Richard C. Berry, Danielson; by Technical Colleges, John Fletcher, Jr., 
Manchester; by Board for State Academic Awards, Joseph A. Hartman, Old 
Greenwich; by Conn. Conference of Independent Colleges, David Culbertson, Dar- 
ien, July 31, 1979. 

Students appointed by UConn, William Finch, Trumbull; by Regional Commu- 
nity Colleges, Linda Scotch, Bridgeport, Oct. 31, 1979. 

Ex-officio, Mark R. Shedd, Comr. of Education. 



OFFICE OF VETERANS AFFAIRS FOR HIGHER EDUCATION 

(Sec. 10-324f, Gen. Stat. Address: Conn. Board of Higher Education, 340 Capi- 
tol Ave., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-7210.) 
Staff Associate, Thomas J. Matthews. 



STATE STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE COMMISSION 

(Appointed by the Governor, Sec. 10-1 16k, Gen. Stat. Compensation of mem- 
bers, necessary expenses. Address: 340 Capitol Ave., P.O. Box 1320, Hartford 
06101. Tel., 566-2618.) 

Chm., Henry E. Fagan, Stratford; Mrs. Patsy R. Brescia, Norwalk; Herbert J. 
Duke, Windsor; John F. Green, Danbury; Miss Anne M. Hogan, Putnam; Mrs. 
Louise B. Kronholm, Hartford; Frank J. McGowan, Torrington; Lawrence D. 
McHugh, Northford; Henry L. Miller, West Hartford; John C. Reagan, Bloom- 
field; Jay C. Ripps, Windsor; Mrs. Betty Shaw, Fairfield; Alvin B. Wood, Bloom- 
held, July 1, 1979. 

FACULTY ADVISORY COUNCIL, BOARD OF HIGHER 
EDUCATION 

(Sec. 10-323b, Gen. Stat. Address: 340 Capito4 Ave., Hartford 06115.) 
Members elected by the faculties of UConn, Peter S. Barth, Emiliana P. 
Noether, William Rosen, Elliot S. Wolk. State Colleges. Thomas Godward, Mur- 
ray Katzman, Nicholas Orsini, Betty Tipton. Regional Community Colleges. Ray- 
mond G. Cacciatore, William J. Dowd, D. Wyley Peckham, David W. Smith. 
State Technical Colleges. William F. O'Donnell, John W. Vaitkus, Jr. 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 223 

NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION 

(Two members appointed by the Governor, with the advice and consent of the 
General Assembly, for six years; three members appointed by the Pres. Pro Tem- 
pore of the Senate and three members by the Speaker of the House, Sec. 10-318, 
Gen. Stat. Compensation of members, $20 for each day of service, not to exceed 
$500 per year, plus expenses. Address: 40 Grove St., Wellesley, Mass. 02181. Tel., 
(617) 235-8071.) 

Appointed by the Governor, Donald H. McGannon, New Canaan; Robert E. 
Miller, Danielson, October 24, 1982. 

Appointed by the Pres. Pro Tempore of the Senate, Sen. James J. Murphy, Jr., 
Norwich; F. Don James, Avon; Ruth O. Truex, Wethersfield, Feb. 1, 1981. 

Appointed by the Speaker of the House, Rep. James E. Dyer, Danbury; Arthur 
A. Iacuzio, Jr.', Stamford; Michael D. Usdan, West Hartford, Feb. 1, 1981. 

Exec. Director, John C. Hoy, 40 Grove St., Wellesley, Mass. 02181. 

EDUCATION COMMISSION OF THE STATES 

(Sec. 10-374, Gen. Stat. Address: Conn. Board of Higher Education, P.O. Box 
1320, Hartford 06101. Tel., 566-3913.) 

Ex-officio, Ella Grasso, Governor. 

Appointed by the Governor, Walter A. Bialobrzeski, Middlebury; F. Don 
James, Avon; Howard M. KlebanofT, West Hartford. 

Appointed by the Pres. Pro Tempore of the Senate, Senator Richard F. Schnel- 
ler, Essex. 

Appointed by the Speaker of the House, Rep. Teresalee Bertinuson, Melrose. 

Exec. Director, Warren G. Hill, 300 Lincoln Tower, 1860 Lincoln St., Denver, 
Colorado 80203. 

CONNECTICUT EDUCATION COUNCIL 

(Appointed by the Governor, for three years. Sec. 10-375, Gen. Stat. Address: 
P.O. Box 1320, Hartford 06101. Tel., 566-3913.) 

Members of the Education Commission of the States. 

Appointed by the Governor, Chm., F. Don James, Avon; Robert D. Chase, Bris- 
tol; Miss Anne M. Francis, Hartford; Robert J. Leeney. Bethany; Mrs. Lenore 
Mintz. Norwalk: Richard G. Rausch, Danbury; Wilfred J. Sheehan. Farmington: 
Mrs. Betty Stowe, Hamden; Miss Emma M. Terrill, Middleburv; Mrs. Marv Lou 
Winnick/Woodbridge, May 5. 1979. 

THE UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT, MANSFIELD 

(Salary, Pres., $52,000. Compensation of trustees, traveling expenses. Number 
of students enrolled as of October 1 5, 1 978, in credit courses, 22.2 1 3; in non-credit 
extension courses, 3,236; in summer session credit courses, 6.813; and attending 
conferences and institutes, 27,783. Number of living alumni as of Jan. 1. 1979, 
67,316. Value of land, buildings and equipment in excess of S338. 184.608. Address 
Storrs 06268. Tel., 486-2000.) 



224 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY (Appointed by the Gover- 
nor, for five years, Sec. 10-118, Gen. Stat.) 

Ex-officio, Pres., Ella Grasso, Governor; Mark R. Shedd, Comr. of Education; 
Leonard E. Krogh, Comr. of Agriculture. Elected by the Alumni: Donald Jacobs, 
Stony Creek, July 1, 1979; Mrs. Norma Anderson Jorgensen, Newington, July 1, 
1981. 

Appointed by the Governor, Chm., Gordon W. Tasker, Mystic, June 30, 1979. 
Vice Chm., Frank D. Rich, Jr., Darien, June 30, 1979. Secy., Otha N. Brown, Jr., 
Norwalk, June 30, 1980. Mrs. John D. Briscoe, Lakeville; Mrs. Conrad J. Kron- 
holm, Hartford, June 30, 1980. Andrew J. Canzonetti, New Britain; Robert F. 
Stewart, Farmington, June 30, 1981. Jeremiah J. Lowney, D.D.S., Lebanon; 
Charles Stroh, Suffield, June 30, 1982. John W. Cunningham, Weston; Arthur P. 
D'Oliveira, Waterbury; Albert J. Kleban, Easton, June 30, 1983. 

Elected by the Students, Richard Catanese, Trumbull, Oct. 31, 1979. Steve R. 
Donen, Norwalk, Oct. 31, 1980. 

President, John A. DiBiaggio, D.D.S., M.A. 

THE UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT HEALTH CENTER— JOHN 
DEMPSEY HOSPITAL.— Office: Farmington Ave., Farmington 06032. Tel., 
674-2233. Exec. Dir. of the Health Center, vacancy; Hospital Dir., James M. 
Malloy. 

ADVISORY COMMISSION ON A SCHOOL OF VETERINARY 
MEDICINE AND SURGERY 

(Special Act No. 76-76.) 

Appointed by the Governor, Chm., Dr. William A. Cowan, Storrs; Doris Cous- 
ins, New Haven; Charles K. Crary, Preston; Esther Freund, East Canaan; Kather- 
ine Yeomans Hutchinson, Andover. 

Appointed by the Speaker of the House, Dr. Niel Pieper, Middletown. Ap- 
pointed by the House Minority Leader, Luther E. Stearns, Willimantic. 

Appointed by the Pres. Pro Tempore of the Senate, Dr. Forrest H. Davis, 
Granby; Dr. Donald G. Schroeder, Bloomfield. Appointed by the Senate Minority 
Leader, Dr. Willard Daniels, Storrs. 

THE UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT COOPERATIVE EXTENSION 
SERVICE.— Address: UConn, U-36, Storrs 06268. Director, E. J. Kersting. 

County Offices and Field Faculty (working with individuals, families, and com- 
munity groups in Home Economics, Community Resource Development, 4-H, 
and Youth Development, Agriculture, Horticulture and Aquaculture). Fairfield 
County, Offices: Rte. 6, Stony Hill, Bethel 06801; 171 Golden Hill St., Bridgeport 
06604. Coordinator, Joseph J. Maisano, Jr. Hartford County, Offices: 1280 Asy- 
lum Ave., Carriage House, Hartford 06105; 47 Vine St., Hartford 061 12. Coordi- 
nator, Edward H. Merritt. Litchfield County, Office: West St., Litchfield 06759. 
Coordinator, Mary E. Pattison. Middlesex County, Office: Extension Center, Rte. 
9, Haddam 06438. Coordinator, Lloyd B. Wilhelm. New Haven County, Offices: 
322 No. Main St., Wallingford 06492; 17 Willow St., Waterbury 06710; P.O. Box 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 225 

7125, Kilby Sta., 649 Howard Ave., New Haven 06519. Marine Advisory Service, 
Avery Point, Groton 06340. Coordinator, Charles H. Derby. New London County, 
Office: 562 New London Tpke., Norwich 06360. Coordinator, Russell E. Hibbard. 
Tolland County, Office: 24 Hyde Ave., Vernon 06066. Coordinator, Carmen P. 
Burrows. Windham County, Office: Extension Center, Wolf Den Rd., Brooklyn 
06234. Coordinator, Robert L. Anderson. 

ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR A CENTER FOR REAL ESTATE 

AND URBAN ECONOMIC STUDIES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF 

CONNECTICUT SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

(Five members appointed by the Governor and three members by the UConn 
Board of Trustees, for four years, Sec. 10- 14 lb, Gen. Stat. Address: University of 
Connecticut, Storrs 06268. Tel., 486-2000.) 

Ex-officio, Chm., Ronald J. Patten, Dean of the School of Business Administra- 
tion, UConn. 

Appointed by the Governor, Howard M. Benedict, Jr., Hamden; James F. 
Carey, Columbia; Emil J. Morey, Bethel; John M. Rak, Derby; Mrs. Phyllis Jack- 
ston, Manchester. 

Appointed by the UConn Board of Trustees, Dr. Jack E. Stephens, Dr. John C. 
Thompson, Dr. John N. Yanouzas. 

STATE ARCHAEOLOGIST (Appointed by UConn Board of Trustees, Sec. 
10-132a, Gen. Stat.) 
Douglas F. Jordan, Ph.D., UConn, Storrs. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES FOR THE STATE COLLEGES 

(Appointed by the Governor, for six years, Sec. 10- 109a, Gen. Stat. Salary, 
Exec. Dir., $49,000. Compensation of trustees, necessary expenses. Address: P.O. 
Box 2008, New Britain 06050. Tel., 827-7700.) 

Appointed by the Governor, Chm., Lawrence J. Davidson, New Britain, July 1, 
1983. Vice Chm., Alvin B. Wood, Bloomfield, July 1, \9%\.Secy., Margaret Sha- 
piro, West Hartford, July 1, 1981. Peter J. Berry/Waterbury; Nancy W. Kaplan, 
Mystic; A. Searle Pinney, Brookfield; Seymour M. Smith, Essex, July 1, 1979. 
Rocco Colatrella, Stamford; Luva M. Hoar, Portland; Ernest A. Johnson, Ham- 
den, July 1, 1981. Ellen W. Long, Rocky Hill; Paul R. McDevitt, Ridgefield; Betty 
L. Tianti, Danielson, July 1, 1983. 

Elected by the students, Robert A. Roldan, New Britain, Nov. 1, 1979. Robert 
McKay, Willimantic, Nov. 1, 1980. 

Exec. Director, James A. Frost, Ph.D. 

STATE COLLEGES.— (Sec. 10-109, Gen. Stat. Under the maintenance and 
direction of the Board of Trustees for the State Colleges. Exec. Dir., James A. 
Frost, Ph.D., P.O. Box 2008, New Britain 06050. Tel., 827-7700.) 

CENTRAL CONNECTICUT STATE COLLEGE, New Britain 06050. Tel., 
827-7000.— Pres., F. Don James, Ph.D. Number of full-time students, 6,672; num- 
ber of part-time students, 4,761; total number of undergraduate students, 9,337; 
number of graduate students, 2,096. Number of alumni, approximate!) 25,400. 



226 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 

EASTERN CONNECTICUT STATE COLLEGE, Willimantic 06226. Tel. 
456-2231.— Pres., Charles R. Webb, Jr., Ph.D. Number of full-time students 
2,184; number of part-time students, 745; total number of undergraduate students 
2,600; number of graduate students, 329. Number of alumni, approximately 7,600 

SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT STATE COLLEGE, New Haven 06515. Tel 
397-4000. — Pres., Manson Van B. Jennings, Ph.D. Number of full-time students 
6,813; number of part-time students, 4,992; total number of undergraduate stu 
dents, 7,692; number of graduate students, 4,113. Number of alumni, approxi 
mately 26,400. 

WESTERN CONNECTICUT STATE COLLEGE, Danbury 06810. Tel., 
797-4000.— Pres., Robert M. Bersi, Ph.D. Number of full-time students, 2,728; 
number of part-time students, 2,768; total number of undergraduate students, 4,- 
318; number of graduate students, 1,178. Number of alumni, approximately 8,300. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF REGIONAL COMMUNITY COLLEGES 

(Appointed by the Governor, for six years, Sec. 10-38b, Gen. Stat. Salary, Exec. 
Dir., $47,000. Compensation of trustees, necessary expenses. Address: 1280 Asy- 
lum Ave., Hartford 06105. Tel., 232-4817.) 

Appointed by the Governor, Chm., Henry E. Fagan, Stratford, July 1, 1981. 
Richard C. Berry, Danielson; Rev. David L. Cannon, Preston; Robert D. Greenlee, 
Hamden; Yvette Mickenberg, Southbury; Ernest E. Novey, Jr., D.M.D., Glaston- 
bury, July 1, 1979. Patricia Crowley, Enfield; Catherine H. Jenkins, Manchester; 
Elizabeth Joyner, Winsted; Patrick J. Keogh, Easton, July 1, 1981. Jules Lang, 
Norwalk; Donald LoRusso, Waterbury; Joseph O. Prewitt, Hartford; Walter M. 
Schardt, M.D., Manchester, July 1, 1983. 

Elected by the students, Betty Emerson, Manchester, Nov. 1, 1979. Louis Cas- 
taldi, East Haven, Nov. 1, 1980. 

Exec. Director, Searle F. Charles, Ph.D.; Deputy Director, Kenneth H. Sum- 
merer, Ed.D. 

ASNUNTUCK COMMUNITY COLLEGE, P.O. Box 68, Enfield 06082. Tel., 
623-9877. Total enrollment, 1,632. Pres., Daniel R. McLaughlin, M.Mus., Ph.D. 

GREATER HARTFORD COMMUNITY COLLEGE, 61 Woodland St., 
Hartford 06105. Tel., 549-4200. Total enrollment, 3,018. Pres., Arthur C. Banks, 
Jr., M.A., Ph.D. 

HOUSATONIC COMMUNITY COLLEGE, 510 Barnum Ave., Bridgeport 
06608. Tel., 579-6400. Total enrollment, 2,898. Pres., Vincent S. Darnowski, 
Ed.D. 

MANCHESTER COMMUNITY COLLEGE, P.O. Box 1046, 60 Bidwell St., 
Manchester 06040. Tel., 646-4900. Total enrollment, 5,472. Pres., Ronald H. Den- 
ison, M.S., Ph.D. 

MATTATUCK COMMUNITY COLLEGE, 750 Chase Pkwy., Waterbury 
06708. Tel., 566-7263. Total enrollment, 3,637. Pres., Charles B. Kinney, Jr., 
M.A., Ed.D. 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 227 

MIDDLESEX COMMUNITY COLLEGE, 100 Training Hill Rd., Middle- 
town 06457. Tel., 344-3001. Total enrollment, 2,505. Pres., Robert A. Chapman. 
MA. 

MOHEGAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE, P.O. Box 629, Norwich 06360. Tel., 
566-7476. Total enrollment, 2,120. Acting Pres., Roland W. Wright, M.A. 

NORTHWESTERN CONNECTICUT COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Park 
Place, Winsted 06098. Tel., 379-8543. Total enrollment, 2,504. Pres., Regina M. 
Duffy, M.S., Ph.D. 

NORWALK COMMUNITY COLLEGE, 333 Wilson Ave., Norwalk 06854. 
Tel., 853-2040. Total enrollment, 3,207. Pres., Everett I. L. Baker, M.A. 

QUINEBAUG VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Maple St., P.O. Box 
449, Danielson 06239. Tel., 774-1130. Total enrollment, 750. Pres., Robert E. 
Miller, M.A., Ph.D. 

SOUTH CENTRAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE, 60 Sargent Dr., New Haven 
06511. Tel., 789-7071. Total enrollment, 2,010. Acting Pres., Robert N. Rue, 
M.A., Ph.D. 

TUNXIS COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Farmington 06032. Tel., 677-7701. 
Total enrollment, 2,966. Pres., Benjamin G. Davis, M.S., Ed.D. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES FOR THE STATE 
TECHNICAL COLLEGES 

(Appointed by the Governor, Sec. 10- 108a, Gen. Stat. Salary, Exec. Dir., $42,- 
617. Address: Suite 301, 61 Woodland St., Hartford 06105. Tel., 566-3976.) 

Appointed by the Governor, Chm., Mrs. Patsy R. Brescia, Norwalk, July 1, 
1982. Vice Chm., John Fletcher, Jr., Manchester, July 1, 1980. Miss Daisy Chavez, 
New Britain, July 1, 1979. Charles B. Gilbert, III, Norwich; Thomas S. Griggs, 
Milford; Mrs. Rosemarie Rizk, Waterbury, July 1, 1980. Donald E. Porter, Nor- 
wich, July 1, 1981. Mrs. Virginia D. Christian, Norwich; Francis S. Noonan, Meri- 
den; Charles J. Sobolewski, Branford, July 1, 1982. E. Leonard Borg, Naugatuck; 
W. Bruce Huyghue, Windsor; Mrs. Elaine Lowengard, West Hartford, July 1, 
1984. George Pranspill, Stratford. 

Elected by the students, Mrs. Anne M. Melvin, Easton, Nov. 1, 1979. Miss 
Elaine Bogue, Norwich, Nov. 1, 1980. 

Exec. Director, Clinton E. Tatsch, Ph.D. 



STATE TECHNICAL COLLEGES— Clinton E. Tatsch, Ph.D., Exec. Direc- 
tor, Bd. of Trustees, State Technical Colleges. Tel., 566-3976. 

STATE TECHNICAL COLLEGES PROGRAM— Two-\ear engineering 
technical programs leading to the Associate Degree in Science are offered at the 
five State Technical Colleges. Technologies offered at all five include: Data Proc- 
essing, Electrical, Manufacturing, and Mechanical. In addition, Hartford offers 
Architectural, Chemical, Civil, and Nuclear; Norwalk offers Architectural, Chem- 
i ical, and Materials; Thames Valley offers Aviation Maintenance. Chemical, and 
Industrial Management; Waterbury offers Chemical; and Greater New Haven of- 



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STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 



fers Biomedical, Graphic Communications, and Industrial Management. One-year 
certificate programs are offered as follows: At Hartford, Surveying; at Thames 
Valley, Architectural, Industrial Drafting, and Industrial Electronics; at Water- 
bury, Industrial Drafting, and at Greater New Haven, Industrial Electronics. 

Greater New Haven has been granted candidate status by the New England As- 
sociation of Schools and Colleges, all others are accredited by NEASC, by college, 
and by the Engineers' Council for Professional Development (ECPD), by program. 



College 


Address 


President 


Students* 


Hartford State 


401 Flatbush Ave., 


Lawrence L. Barrell 


867 


Technical College 


Hartford 06 106 






Norwalk State 


181 Richards Ave., 


Pasquale A. Marino 


780 


Technical College 


Norwalk 06854 






Thames Valley State 


574 New London 


Donald R. Welter 


722 


Technical College 


Tpke., 
Norwich 06360 






Waterbury State 


1460 West Main St., 


Kenneth W. Fogg 


700 


Technical College 


Waterbury 06708 






Greater New Haven 


71 Jones Rd., 


Thomas J. Sullivan 


485 


State Technical 


Hamden06514 






College 




Total 


3,554 



*Enrollment as of October 1, 1978. 

EVENING TECHNICAL COLLEGES PROGRAM— A five-year evening 
college program leading to the Associate Degree in Science is also available at the 
four State Technical Colleges and in various extension centers (usually located in 
the Regional Vocational/Technical Schools). In general, the same degree pro- 
grams are offered as in the day college. In addition, unit courses in engineering 
technology are available as well as programs in Civil Engineering Technology and 
Fire Technology and Administration at all colleges, and Industrial Management 
Technology at Norwalk and Waterbury. 

In accordance with legislative action, all evening college courses were placed 
under the Educational Extension Fund (self-supporting) effective July 1, 1975. 

Effective July 1 , 1 976, Basic Fire Training was transferred to the Commission on 
Fire Prevention and Control. 

Number of registrations for evening college courses, first quarter, October 1, 
1978. 
Hartford State Technical 

College Center Course Registration 

Hartford 523 

Norwalk State Technical 
College Center 

Norwalk 1,001 

Bridgeport 164 

Danbury 78 

Total 1,243 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 229 

Thames Valley (Norwich! State Technical 
College Center 
Thames Valley 1,141 

Waterbury State Technical 
College Center 

Waterbury 1,124 

Total at all centers 4,03 1 

BOARD FOR STATE ACADEMIC AWARDS 

(Appointed by the Governor, Sec. 10-330a, Gen. Stat. The Board is authorized 
to validate college credits and to award degrees by examination. Address: 340 Cap- 
itol Ave., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-7230.) 

Chm., Aaron A. Estra, New Haven; Vice Chm., Gerald A. Lamb, West Hart- 
ford; Secy., Mrs. Doris Cassiday, Stamford; Joseph A. Hartman, Greenwich; Mrs. 
Annette Thornhill, Southbury. 

Exec. Director, Dr. Bernard Shea. 



DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES 

COMMISSIONER OF HUMAN RESOURCES (Appointed by the Gover- 
nor, with the advice and consent of either House of the General Assembly, for four 
years. Sec. 4-5—4-8, Gen. Stat. Salary, Comr., $29,229; Deputv Comr.', $27,819. 
Address: 1179 Main St., Hartford 06103. Tel., 566-3318, 566-5344.) 

Comr., Ronald E. Manning, New Haven, March 1, 1983; Deputy Comr. . Hector 

A. Rivera, Meriden. 

CHILD DAY CARE COUNCIL 

(Appointed by the Governor, for two years. Sec. 19-43c, Gen. Stat. Compensa- 
tion of members, necessary expenses. Address: Office of Child Dav Care. 1179 
Main St:, Hartford 06103.'Tel., 566-2893.) 

Ex-officio, Chm., Mrs. Frances T. Roberts, Dir., Office of Child Da> Care; 
Douglas S. Lloyd, M.D., Comr. of Health Services; Edward W. Maher, Comr. o( 
Income Maintenance; Francis H. Maloney, Comr. of Children and Youth Serv- 
ices; Ronald E. Manning, Comr. of Human Resources; Mark R. Shedd. Secy., 
State Board of Education. 

Appointed b\ the Governor, Shirley Decoster, Stamford, rcpr. parent; Ms. Lola 

B. Nash, New Haven, repr. Conn. Assoc, for Education of Young Children; va- 
cancy, repr. parent; Mrs. Edith M. Barnett, Simsbur\, repr. Child Development 
Dept.; Kenneth A. Gunderman, Jewett City, repr. Community Action Program; 
Mrs. Marion L. Heard, Trumbull, repr. Com m unit) Council. Sept. 30, l^ c > 

OFFICE OF CHILD DAY CARE 

(Director appointed by the Governor to serve at her pleasure. Sec 4-60., Gen 
Stat. Address: 1179 Main St.. Hartford 06103. lei.. 566-2893.) 
Director. Mrs. Frances T. Roberts. Simsbury. 



230 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 

HUMAN SERVICES REORGANIZATION COMMISSION 

(Sec. 17-21v, Gen. Stat. Address: 80 Washington St., Room 320, Hartford 
06115. Tel., 566-7774.) 

Appointed by the Governor, Chm., Mrs. Mary A. Erlanger, Redding; Donald L. 
Brown, M.D., West Hartford; Morton Coleman, Bloomfield; Michael A. Fierri, 
D.D.S., Bristol; Elizabeth D. Hamilton, Oakdale; Mrs. Mary G. Marcus, Nor- 
walk; Ida A. McKenney, West Hartford; Mrs. Olga Mele, East Hartford. 

Legislative appointments, Richard Barton, Hartford; Courtney B. Bourns, West 
Hartford; Ruth Boyea, New Britain; Allan Cutting, New London; Videen Mc- 
Gaughey, Wallingford; Rep. Muriel Yacavone, East Hartford. 

LEGAL SERVICES ADVISORY COUNCIL 

(Appointed by the Governor, Executive Order #16. Address: c/o Dept. of Hu- 
man Resources, 1 179 Main St., P.O. Box 786, Hartford 06103. Tel., 566-4884.) 

Chm., John D. Adams, Enfield; Robert R. Charles, Wallingford; Sydney C. 
Kweskin, Stamford; Arthur P. Meisler, Rockville; Alfred L. Messier, Bristol; Mrs. 
Pura Velez, New Haven; Mrs. Eliza Williams, Waterbury. 

Coordinator, A. P. Moscariello. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION AND SERVICES FOR THE BLIND 

(Appointed by the Governor, for four years, Sec. 10-293, Gen. Stat. Salary, 
Exec. Director, $26,776. Compensation of board members, none. Address: Wil- 
liam Patton, Exec. Dir., 170 Ridge Rd., Wethersfield 06109. Tel., 249-8525.) 

Ex-officio, Ronald E. Manning, Comr. of Human Resources. 

Chm., Angelo Sylvester, Wethersfield; Albert J. Krawiecki, South Norwalk, 
July 1, 1979. Mrs. Caryl Goldstein, Stamford; Mrs. Shirley D. Lebowitz, West 
Hartford; Edward L. LeMoine, Bridgeport; Rev. Howard E. May, Jr., West Wil- 
lington, July 1, 1981. 

STATE COMMISSION ON THE DEAF AND 
HEARING IMPAIRED 

(Sec. 17-137 k-r, Gen. Stat. Address: 40 Woodland St., Hartford 06105. Tel., 
566-7414, 566-4826, Voice and TTY.) 

Ex-officio, Dr. Ben E. HorTmeyer, West Hartford; Donald A. LaRoche, Stafford 
Springs; Jack Mead, Groton; Dr. Gary Nix, Mystic. 

John LeBlond, Dept. of Vocational Rehabilitation, Hartford; Dr. Barbara Tan- 
sky, Dept. of Health Services; Ronald Manning, Comr. of Human Resources; Dr. 
Thomas Gillung, Dept. of Education; Susannah Rubenstein, Dept. of Mental 
Health; David Katzin, Dept. of Labor; Dr. Gareth D. Thorne, Comr. of Mental 
Retardation. 

Chm., Ms. Gloria White, Norwich; Vice Chm., Kit Northup, West Hartford; 
Secy., Mrs. Barbara Johnson, Ashford; Rev. Raynor Anderson, West Hartford; 
Edmond D. Cassetti, Rocky Hill; Dr. Henry L. Haines, Stonington; Bruce Wydal- 
lis, Bridgeport. 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 23 1 

Exec. Director, Mrs. Barbara Babbini Brasel; Deputy Dir., Richard B. 
Schreiber. 

CONNECTICUT GOVERNOR'S COMMITTEE ON EMPLOYMENT 
OF THE HANDICAPPED 

(Sec. 31-136, Gen. Stat. Compensation of members, necessary expenses. Ad- 
dress: 200 Folly Brook Blvd., Wethersfield 06109. Tel., 566-4322.) 

Honorary Chm., Ella Grasso, Governor; Chm:, Arthur L. DuBrow, Wethers- 
field; Secy., Cyrus G. Flanders, Windsor Locks; Treas., Miss Wilma Older, East 
Hartford; Rinaldo J. Cavalieri, M.D., Wethersfield; Joseph Cermak, Middletown; 
Arthur R. Colby, Jr., Glastonbury; Thomas J. Connors, Ph.D., Coventry; Daniel 
C. Dee, New Britain; Fred Dickerson, Ed.D., West Hartford; Norman Fendell, 
Manchester; Joseph R. Galotti, Meriden; Theodore W. Hatcher, Waterbury; Wil- 
liam F. Hill, Norfolk; Marion W. Keller, Bloomfield; Arnold Lawrence, Manches- 
ter; Robert E. Simpson, Southington; James Wiest, Hartford; Anthony J. Zienka, 
New Britain. 

Exec. Secretary, David Katzin, Avon. 

GOVERNORS COUNCIL ON OPPORTUNITIES FOR 
THE SPANISH-SPEAKING 

(Appointed by the Governor to serve at her pleasure. Address: Chm., 61 Spring 
St., Willimantic 06226.) 

Chm., Samuel Tirado, Willimantic; Randy Caballero, Norwalk; Mrs. Sara De 
Jesus, Wallingford; Gilberto Hernandez, Bridgeport; Hector Irizarry, New Mil- 
ford; Jose C. Lugo, Bridgeport; Mrs. Maria M. Reyes, Stamford; Jose E. Rivera, 
New London; Mrs. Maria Sanchez, Hartford; Carlos Serrano, Hartford; Herman 
Soto, Hamden; Rene Soto, Bristol; Yvonne Torres, New Britain; Olegario Tra- 
verso, Meriden; Salvador Vazquez, Waterbury. 



DEPARTMENT OF INCOME MAINTENANCE 

COMMISSIONER OF INCOME MAINTENANCE (Appointed by the 
Governor, with the advice and consent of either House of the General Assembly, 
for four years, Sec. 4-5 — 4-8, Gen. Stat. Salary, Comr., $37,989; Deputy Comrs., 
$30,642, $34,159. Address: 110 Bartholomew Ave., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566- 
2008.) 

Comr., Edward W. Maher, Old Saybrook, March 1, 1983; Deputy Comr., Caro- 
lyne Perry, Hamden; Deputy Comr.. Thomas H. Kilcoyne, Hartford. 
district office 1 — 100 Spring St., Hartford 06103. Tel., 566-5900. 

slboffice: 364 West Middle Tpke., Manchester 06040. Tel., 647-1441. 
district office 2—194 Bassett St., New Haven 06511. Tel., 787-6181. 
district office 3—434 State St., Bridgeport 06603. Tel.. 384-1761. 

suboffice 1—405 Main St., Danburv 06810. Tel., 744-2494 

si BOhFiCE 2—1642 Bedford St., Stamford 06905. Tel., 357-8144. 
district office 4—279 Main St., Norwich 06460. Tel., 889-2351. 



232 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 

district office 6—79 Linden St., Waterbury 06702. Tel., 573-1211. 

suboffice 1—352 Main St., Torrington 06790. Tel., 482-5531. 

suboffice 2—308 Main St., Bristol 06010. Tel., 583-1671. 
district office 7—117 Main St., Middletown 06457. Tel., 347-4411. 

suboffice 1—233 Main St., New Britain 06051. Tel., 224-2601. 

suboffice 2—139 Charles St., Meriden 06050. Tel., 238-6200. 



CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON INCOME MAINTENANCE 

(Serving at the discretion of the Commissioner. Address: 110 Bartholomew 
Ave., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-2008.) 

Ex-officio, Edward W. Maher, Comr. of Income Maintenance. 

Chm., Mrs. Sara Ellison, Hamden; Vice Chm., Thomas C. Watson, West Hart- 
ford, June 30, 1982. Mrs. Imelda Morneault, Hartford; Mrs. Anne Wingate, Col- 
linsville, June 30, 1979. Raul E. Anduaga, South Windsor; Ms. Doris Heath, Hart- 
ford; Raymond E. Beauregard, Hartford, June 30, 1981. Robert O. Brown, 
Ledyard; Ms. Jeanne Farrell, Greenwich, June 30, 1982. 

MEDICAID ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

Co-Chm., Eleanor Budryck, Hartford; David Cooper, East Hartford. 

Henry Becker, Manchester; John J. Budds, West Hartford; Evans Daniels, 
M.D., Hartford; Frank Fisher, West Hartford; Molly Rees Gavin, Hartford; Jim 
Giana, Hartford; Lou Halpryn, Vernon; Robert W. Harkins, M.D., Woodbury; 
Dennis May, Wallingford, Trudi McCall, Bloomfleld; Patricia McDermott, Hart- 
ford; Harold Mcintosh, Hartford; Vincent Messier, North Haven; Marie C. Mi- 
senti, Hartford; Lois Becker O'Donnell, Manchester; Charles Polivy, M.D., Hart- 
ford; Stephen Press, Hartford; Richard Woodruff, Waterbury; Araxie Yeramian, 
Newington. 



LABOR DEPARTMENT 



LABOR COMMISSIONER (Appointed by the Governor, with the advice and 
consent of either House of the General Assembly, for four years, Sec. 4-5 — 4-8, 
Gen. Stat. Salarv, Comr., $30,483; Deputy Comr., $25,598. Address: 200 Folk 
Brook Blvd., Wethersfield 06109. Tel., 566-5160.) 

Comr., P. Joseph Peraro, Enfield, Feb. 2, 1979— March 1, 1983; Deputy Comr., 
Lawrence A. Busha, Collinsville; Secy, to Comr., Carmella R. Rizzo, Hartford; 
Secy, to Deputy, Ruth H. Reilly, Rocky HWY.Adm. Services Officer, Margaret M. 
Coffey, West Hartford. 

OFFICE OF JOB TRAINING AND SKILL DEVELOPMENT 

(Tel., 566-2450.) 

Dir., James W. Axon, Wallingford; Asst. Dir., Paul T. Bjomdahl, East Hart- 
ford; Field Supvr., George M. Lyons, Granby. 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 233 

DIVISION OF OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH 

(Tel., 566-4550.) 

Dir., Leo F. Alix, Meriden; Asst. Dir., Samuel F. Petrus, West Hartford; Chief 
of Occupational Health, Joseph J. Stapor, M.D., Orange. 

COMMITTEE ON OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH 

(Appointed by the Governor to serve at her pleasure, Sec. 31-373, Gen. Stat.) 
Chm., Antoni Heczko, Naugatuck; John E. Blasko, East Hartford: Albert A. 
Doyle, Northford; Hassam A. Hamzy, Avon; Channing E. Harwood. Jr.. Torring- 
ton; John Kuruc. Northford; Dr. A. Duncan MacDougall, Groton; Jimmie A. 
Martin, Glastonbury; Charles Moyles, Yalesville; Edward W. Rice, Uncasville. 

CONNECTICUT OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND 
HEALTH REVIEW COMMISSION 

(Appointed by the Governor, for four years, and until a successor is appointed. 
Sec. 31-376, Gen. Stat. Address: 177 Columbus Blvd., New Britain 06050. Tel.. 
827-7760.) 

Chm., Edward R. Driscoll, Torrington; Dominic Badolato. New Britain: Sidney 
I. Dworkin, Bridgeport, July 1, 1983. 

DIVISION OF MINIMUM WAGE (Tel.. 566-3450.) 

Director, Salvatore J. Guzzardi. East Hartford; Asst. Director. Donald C. Wil- 
son, Bethan\. 

CONNECTICUT STATE BOARD OF LABOR RELATIONS 

(Appointed by the Governor, with the advice and consent of the General Assem- 
bly, for six years. Sec. 31-102, Sec. 4-9a, Gen. Stat. Compensation of members. 
S60 per dav in lieu of expenses. Address: Labor Dept.. 200 Foll\ Biook Blvd., 
Wethersfiefd 06109. Tel., 566-4398.) 

Chm., Fleming James, Jr., North Haven. June 1. 1981. Kenneth A. Stroble, 
Plainville. June 1, 1983. Mrs. Patricia V. Low, Glastonbury. June 1. 1983. 

Agent, John W. Kingston, West Haven; Gen. Counsel. William R. Darc\. 
Hartford. 

CONNECTICUT BOARD OF MEDIATION AND ARBITRATION 

( Appointed by the Governor, for six \ears. Sec. 31-91. Gen. Stat. Compensation 
of members. S60 or S75 per dav in lieu of expenses. Address: Labor Dept.. 200 
Foll> Brook Blvd.. Wethersheld 06109. Tel.. 566-4394.) 

Chm.. Prof. A. D. Joseph Emer/ian. UConn, Storrs. Mav 31. 1983. Peter R. 
Blum. West Hartford, April 15. 1979. Joseph E. Arbono. W ethersfield. Ma\ 31. 
1979. George F. McDonough, Bloomfield. April 16. 1981. Vincent J. Sirabella. 
Neu Haven. Ma> 31. 1981. Ravmond D. Shea. West Hartford. April 16. 1983. 

Mediators. Rido Camarco, Newington; James J. DonnelK. West Haven; Jack 
A. Fusari. Ne* Britain; Peter C. Horn. Northford: Kenneth A. King. Enfield. 
Board Stw, Ruth Ra\mond. Hartford. 



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STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 



EMPLOYMENT SECURITY DIVISION 

Administrator, P. Joseph Peraro, Labor Comr., Enfield; Exec. Dir., Joseph P. 
Dyer, Manchester; Secy to Exec. Dir., Elsie A. Majeska, West Hartford; Dir., 
Theodore W. Hatcher, Waterbury; Asst. Dir., (Job Service, 566-3530)/ Jack E. 
Huber, Wallingford; Asst. Dir., (Unemployment Compensation, 566-5104), John 
Pescatello, Waterford; Dir. of Research and Information, Alfred H. Horowitz, 
West Hartford; Acting Personnel Administrator, Frank R. Bochniewicz, East 
Granby; Chief, Administrative and Fiscal Services, Roger J. Bouchard, East Hart- 
ford; Chief of Public Information, C. Richard Ficks, Kensington; Office of Em- 
ployment and Training, Exec. Dir., Mrs. Olive M. Sheehan, Waterbury; Asst. 
Atty. General, Donald E. Wasik, South Windsor. 

EMPLOYMENT SECURITY DIVISION LOCAL OFFICES 



Local Office 


A ddress 


Telephone 


Ansonia 


555 Main St., 06401 


734-3367 


Bridgeport 


67 Washington Ave., 06604 (UC only) 


579-6288 




816 Fairfield Ave., 06604 (ES only) 


579-6262 


Bristol 


59 North Main St., 06010 


582-7421 


Danbury 


64 West St., 06810 


797-4140 


Danielson 


14 School St., 06239 


774-8581 


Enfield 


110 High St., 06082 


623-9121 


Hartford 


90 Washington St., 06106 (ES only) 


566-5771 




401 Trumbull St., 06103 (UC only) 


566-4369 


Manchester 


806 Main St., 06040 


649-4558 


Meriden 


24 South Grove St., 06450 


238-6110 


Middletown 


170B Main St., 06457 


344-2993 


New Britain 


100 Arch St., 06051 


827-7765 


New Haven 


634 Chapel St., 065 10 (ES only) 


789-7734 




770 Chapel St., 065 10 (UC only) 


789-7738 


New London 


94 Captain's Walk, 06320 


443-8321 


Norwalk 


731 West Ave., 06850 


838-0623 


Norwich 


1 Railroad Ave., 06360 


887-3587 


Putnam 


50 Canal St., 06260 


928-2749 


Stamford 


20 Summer St., 06901 


348-7505 


Torrington 


350 Main St., 06790 


482-5583 


Waterbury 


83 Prospect St., 06702 


755-6840 


Willimantic 


478 Valley St., 06226 


423-2521 



OFFICE OF EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING 

(Address: 200 Folly Brook Blvd., Wethersfield 06109. Tel., 566-4290.) Exec. 
Director, Mrs. Olive M. Sheehan, Waterbury; Deputy Dir., George B. Cohen, 
Waterbury. 

EMPLOYMENT SECURITY BOARD OF REVIEW; REFEREES 

(Chm. appointed by the Governor from civil service list, Sec. 31-237c, Gen. Stat. 
Salary, $26,772; other members (per diem). Chief Referee appointed by Chm., Sec. 
3I-237i(b). Salary, $25,190. Address: Chm., 401 Trumbull St., Hartford 06103. 
Tel., 566-3045.) 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 235 

Board Chm., Morris E. Tonken, West Hartford; members, Joseph C. Bober, 
Bridgeport; Nathaniel Dickerson, Stamford. 

Referees: Joseph R. Maluccio, Newington, Chief: Richard Carney, Meriden; 
Geraldine Hawthorne, Meriden; Mary Ellen Hulsart, Bristol; Donald A. Jepsen, 
Windsor; William F. Jones, Waterbury; William J. Kegler, Willimantic, Arnold N. 
Moore, Killingworth; Wanda W. Newman, Windsor; Raymond J. Pancallo, New- 
ington; Leon G. Philbrick, Glastonbury; Charles H. Rigby. Danbury; Charles 
Russo, Cheshire; Doris R. Williams, Broad Brook; Louis D. Ursone, Stamford. 

CONNECTICUT STATE MANPOWER PLANNING COUNCIL 

Chm., P. Joseph Peraro, Labor Comr. 

Appointed by the Governor, James W. Axon, Wallingford; Sandra Biloon. West 
Hartford; Robert Burgess, South Norwalk; Albert Casale, Southington; Arthur J. 
Crowley. Sr., Bristol; Larry P. Crowley, New London; Dayson D. DeCourcy. West 
Hartford; Raymond R. DiZefalo, Old Saybrook; Joseph P. Dyer, Manchester; 
William F. Hill. Norfolk; Bennie A. Jennings. New London; Hugh S. Langin, 
Bantam; Alan R. Lessler, Rocky Hill; Earl W. McSweeney. Willimantic; Anthony 
Montefusco, Derby; Donnie J. Perkins, Danbury; Lillian Pitschmann, Danielson; 
W. James Rice, Meriden; Edward J. Stockton, Bloomfield; Lisa Sturgis, South 
Norwalk; Paul S. Vayer, New Britain. 

CONNECTICUT STATE APPRENTICESHIP COUNCIL 

(Composed of three representatives each of labor, industry and the public. Ap- 
pointed by the Governor, for three years, and until a successor is appointed. Sec. 
3 1-5 lb. Gen. Stat. Compensation of members, S25 per day in lieu of expenses.) 

Labor Representatives: Edward L. Crowley. West Haven, July 1. 1979. Nicholas 
V. Bonadies, Simsbury. July 1, 1980. Leonard Dube, Torrington. July 1. 1981. 

Industry Representatives: Chm., Dr. G. Rov Fugal, Woodmont, Julv 1, 1981. 
Joseph P. Healv, Branford, Julv 1, 1979. Albert L. Knapp, Wethersfield, Julv 1. 
1980. 

Public Representatives: Walter A. Bialobrzeski, Middlebur\. July 1, 1979. Shir- 
ley M. Jones, New London, July 1, 1981. Exec. Secy., Lawrence A. Busha, Deputv 
Labor Comr., Collinsville, July 1, 1980. 

WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION COMMISSION 

(Appointed by the Governor, for five vears, Sec. 31-276. Gen. Stat. Salarv, 
Chm., S33,500, other members, $32,500. Address: Chm., 295 Treaduell St., Ham- 
den 06514. Tel., 789-7783.) 

Dist. Comr. Telephone Term Expires 

1 A. Paul Berte, 99 Pratt St., 566-4154 Jan. 1,1980 

Hartford 06103. 

2 RobinW. Waller, 110 Broadua\. 889-3821 Ian. Li 

Norwich 06360. 

3 RhodaL. Loeb, 770 Chapel St., 789-7512 Jan. 1, 1984 

Nev> Haven 065 10. 



236 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 

4 John A. Arcudi, 11 15 Main St., 579-6235 Jan. 1, 1983 

Bridgeport 06603. 

5 Edward F. Bradley, 69 Linden St., 755-0161 Jan. 1,1981 

Waterbury 06702. 

6 Edward D. O'Brien, St., 233 Main St., 827-7180 July 1, 1980 

New Britain 06051. 

7 Thomas J. Hague, 1642 Bedford St., 325-3881 July 1, 1979 

Stamford 06905. 

Comr. at Large, Vincent P. Tisi, 295 Treadwell St., Hamden 06514; Tel., 789- 
7783; July 1, 1980; Commission Chm., John A. Arcudi, 295 Treadwell St., Ham- 
den 06514; Tel., 789-7783. 

Division of Workmen's Rehabilitation, Director, Gerret T.K. Durland, 633 
Washington St., Middletown 06457; Tel., 344-2991. 



DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH 

COMMISSIONER OF MENTAL HEALTH (Appointed by the Governor, 
with the advice of the Board of Mental Health, for four years, Sec. 17-207b, 
Gen. Stat. Salary, Comr., $39,719; Deputy Comrs., Treatment Services, $40,973; 
Admin. Services, $31,151. Address: 90 Washington St., Hartford 06115. Tel., 
566-3650, 3651.) 

Comr., Eric A. Plaut, M.D., West Hartford, March 1, 1983; Deputy Comr. for 
Treatment Services, Arnold W. Johnson, Hartford; Deputy Comr. for Administra- 
tive Services, Ralph Adkins, Colchester. 

BOARD OF MENTAL HEALTH (Appointed by the Governor, for four years, 
and until a successor is appointed and has qualified, Sec. 17-207, Gen. Stat. Ad- 
dress: 90 Washington St., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-3650.) 

Ex-officio, Eric A. Plaut, M.D., Comr. of Mental Health. 

Chm., Benjamin Wiesel, M.D., Avon, Sept. 30, 1979. Miss Ruth Kimball, New 
Britain; H. Parker Lansdale, Ph.D., Bridgeport; William F. Lynch, M.D., Milford; 
William G. Moore, Lyme; Shirley Williams, M.D., Ridgefield, Sept. 30, 1979. 
Mrs. Eleanor S. Kohn, Danbury; Mrs. Eleanor S. Rubinow, Manchester; Vincent 
R. Tata, Waterbury, Sept. 30, 1981. 

Chm. of Regional Mental Health Boards: Mrs. Glenna Michaels, Byram, Reg. 
1; Rev. Richard Schuster, Derby, Reg. 2; Anthony Ferrante, M.D., Willimantic, 
Reg. 3; Mrs. Carlene Byron, Warehouse Point, Reg. 4; Mrs. Nancy Klein, Brook- 
field, Reg. 5. 

INTERSTATE COMPACT ON MENTAL HEALTH 

(Sec. 17-259, Gen. Stat. Address: Dept. of Mental Health, 90 Washington St., 
Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-3650, 5870.) 

Administrator for Mentally III Adults, Eric A. Plaut, M.D.; Administrator for 
Mentally Deficient, Gareth D. Thorne; Administrator for Mentally III Children 
and Youth, Francis H. Maloney. 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 237 

BLUE HILLS HOSPITAL, DEPT. OF MENTAL HEALTH 

(Sec. 17-207b, Gen. Stat.) Services and facilities for treatment and rehabilitation 
of alcohol and drug dependent persons; Blue Hills Hospital, Community Service 
Center, Compass Club (Therapeutic Shelter), DARTEC House, Methadone 
Maintenance Program (Hartford and Norwich) and two regional outpatient clin- 
ics, located in Hartford and Stamford. Admissions during the year, July 1, 1978 to 
June 30, 1979; inpatient, 1,319; outpatient, 737. Value of real property, $3,822,633. 

(Admin. Dir. is appointed by the Comr. of Mental Health, with the approval of 
the Board of Mental Health. Salary, $24,972. Address: 51 Coventry St., Hartford 
06112. Tel., 566-4405.) 

Admin. Dir., Roger M. Howard; Medical Director, Harvey L. Ruben, M.D.; 
Admin. Services Officer, Carol A. Peterson; Affirmative Action Officer, Brenda 
Harris. 

ADVISORY BOARD, BLUE HILLS HOSPITAL (Appointed by the Comr. 
of Mental Health, with the approval of the Board of Mental Health, for four years, 
Sec. 17-2 13a, Gen. Stat. Compensation, necessary expenses. Address: 51 Coventry 
St., Hartford 06112. Tel., 566-4405.) 

CEDARCREST REGIONAL HOSPITAL 

(Facility of Mental Health Dept., Sec. 17-2 13a, Gen. Stat. Address: Newington 
06111. Tel., 666-4613.) 

Supt., Vincenzo Cocilovo, M.D.; Admin. Services Officer, Francis E. Sultzman, 
Jr.; Dir. of Psychological Services, Stuart Schwartz, Ph.D.; Dir. of Nursing, Mrs. 
Marcia Patterson; Dir. of Psychiatric Social Services, Eugene Milczanowski, 
ACSW. 

NORWICH HOSPITAL, NORWICH 

(Advisory board members appointed by the Comr. of Mental Health, for four 
years, Sec. 1 7-2 1 3a, Gen. Stat. Salary, Supt., $35,164; Asst., $43,428. Compen- 
sation of advisory board, traveling expenses. Number of patients who can be ac- 
commodated, 939. Number admitted during 1978, 5,105. Value of real propem. 
$55,323,328. Address: Norwich 06360. Tel., 889-7361.) 

Advisory Board: Chm., John C. Lucey, Jewett City; Vice Chm., Herbert C. 
Darbee, Woodstock; Secy., Mrs. Emma B. Lord, Wethersfield; Mrs. Norma S. 
Albright, New London; Mrs. Dorothy Knowles, Stafford Springs; Salvatore Pe- 
trillo, Branford; Henry Piszczek, Preston; Mrs. Beatrice H. Rosenthal, Waterford; 
Gilbert Shasha, New London; Mrs. Gertrude Smith, Gales Ferry; Mrs. Margaret 
Wilson, Norwich. 

Supt., Francis K. Hayes; Asst. Supt., Luigi Saracino, M.D.;Sr Institution Den- 
tist, Carl Johnson, D.D.S.; Chief, Psychological Services. Robert L. Gibson. 
Ph.D.; Chief, Psychiatric Social Service, Mrs. Barbara Racansky; Dir. of Nursing, 
Mrs. Beverly Greenwood, R.N.; Acting Dir. Sursing Education. Mrs Barbara \\ 
Whetstone; Dir. of Volunteer Services, Mrs. Imogene Fuller; Pathologist, Mar\ 
Jurbala, M.D.; Asst. Supt. (Administrative /. Paul J. Bimler. 



238 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 

CONNECTICUT VALLEY HOSPITAL, MIDDLETOWN 

(Advisory board members appointed by the Comr. of Mental Health, for four 
years, Sec. 17-2 13a, Gen. Stat. Salary, Supt., $46,563; Asst. Supt., $37,894. Com- 
pensation of trustees, traveling expenses. Number of patients who can be accom- 
modated, 755. Number of in-patients admitted during the year, 3,785 (including 
readmissions). Value of real property, $56,418,703. Address: Box 351, Middletown 
06457. Tel., 344-2000.) 

Advisory Board: Chm., Sidney Finkelstein, Portland; Vice Chm., Willard 
McRae, Middletown; Secy., Mrs. Samuel Spinner, New Haven; Mrs. Peter Heyl, 
Durham; Richard Howenstine, Ph.D., Killingworth; Ms. Rosemary Lynch, Mil- 
ford; Edward Markowski, North Haven; Prof. David T. McAllester, Middletown; 
Ms. Videen McGaughey, Wallingford; Thomas C. Parsons, Milford; Robert S. 
Poliner, Durham; Rev. Richard Schuster, Derby; Mrs. Ida Tonkan, Branford; G. 
Montgomery Winship, M.D., Cromwell. 

Supt., Mehadin K. Arafeh, M.D.; Asst. Supt., Benjamin F. Macdonald, M.D; 
Asst. Supt., Administrative Services, Carl A. Cappello, MPH; Assoc. Dir. of 
Training, Dori Laub, M.D.; Dir. of Psychology and Research, Julius Laffal, Ph.D.; 
Chief, Psychiatric Social Work, vacancy; Dir. of Nursing, Dwight W. Schumann, 
R.N.; Dir. of Rehabilitation Services, Mrs. Brenda Smaga, M.S., O.T.R.; Dir. of 
Personnel, Mrs. Virginia Miller; Dir. of Dental Services, Stanley Holzman, 
D.D.S.; Dir. of Food Services, Allan Montgomery; Teaching Chaplain, Rev. Har- 
old D. Yarrington. 

FAIRFIELD HILLS HOSPITAL, NEWTOWN 

(Advisory board members appointed by the Comr. of Mental Health, for four 
years, Sec. 17-2 13a, Gen. Stat. Salary, Supt., $46,563; Asst., $43,428. Compensa- 
tion of trustees, traveling expenses. Average number of patients, 859. Value of real 
property, $53,935,673. Address: Box W, Newtown 06470. Tel., 426-2531.) 

Advisory Board: Chm., Harry R. Mayers, Greenwich; Secy., Miss Elizabeth 
Bronk, Greenwich; Michael S. Burnham, D.D.S., Weston; Mrs. Mary Keane, 
Trumbull; Mrs. Gretchen Krake, Torrington; Martin D. Lynch, Torrington; Mrs. 
Marion Muschell, Torrington; A. Searle Pinney, Danbury; Mrs. Daniel L. Porter, 
Rowayton; J. Patrick Rooney, Stamford; Mrs. Mae Schmidle, Newtown; Donald 
P. Tutson, New Milford. 

Supt., Robert B. Miller, M.D.; Asst. Supt., Treatment Services, Reynaldo D. 
Alonte, M.D.; Chief of Professional Services, E. John Scales, M.D.; Dir. of Nurs- 
ing, Richard J. Bouton, R.N.; Chief, Psychiatric Social Services, William Mack; 
Chief, Psychological Services, Michael Johnson, Ph.D.; Dir. of Rehabilitation, 
Sheldon Taback; Dir. of Volunteer Services, Mrs. Souther B. Whittlesey; Asst. 
Supt. Administrative Services, Robert Barrus; Personnel Officer, Robert M. 
Kearcher. 

WHITING FORENSIC INSTITUTE, MIDDLETOWN 

(Advisory board members appointed by the Governor, for five years, Sec. 
17-243, Gen. Stat. Compensation of members, actual expenses. Address: Box 70, 
Middletown 06457. Tel., 344-2541.) 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 239 

Ex-officio, Eric A. Plaut, M.D., Comr. of Mental Health. 

Advisory Board: Chm., Dr. Raymond Veeder, Hartford, Oct. 1, 1979. Richard 
P. Gilardi, Bridgeport, Oct. 1, 1978. Dr. Christie E. McLeod, Middletown; Dr. 
Jerry Skopek, Union, Oct. 1, 1980. Pauline M. Alt, New Britain; Frank J. McCoy, 
Vernon, Oct. 1, 1981. Dr. Stephen Fleck, Hamden; Fred A. Schmidt, Middletown, 
Oct. 1, 1982. 

Director, Colin C. J. Angliker, M.D.; Asst. Director, Nancy E. Kraft, M.S.W.; 
Business Manager, Burton W. Deane, Jr.; Personnel Director, Mary T. Montgom- 
ery; Chief of Security, Bernard Quinn. 

CAPITOL REGION MENTAL HEALTH CENTER 

(Sec. 1 7-209g, Gen. Stat. Center to be developed and operated by The University 
of Connecticut under contract between The University of Connecticut and the 
Department of Mental Health. Address: 2 Holcomb St., Hartford 06112. Tel., 
566-7330.) 

Director, James C. Bozzuto, M.D.; Administrative Director, Lester W. Hol- 
comb. 

GREATER BRIDGEPORT COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH 
CENTER, BRIDGEPORT 

(Facility of Mental Health Dept., Sec. 17-213a, Gen. Stat. Address: 1635 Cen- 
tral Ave., Bridgeport 06610. Tel., 579-6615.) 

Advisory Board: Chm., Frank D. Verrilli, Trumbull; Vice Chm., Benjamin Ro- 
senbluh, Bridgeport; Secy., Barbara Bresler, Fairfield; David Boyd, Fairfield; Cor- 
nelius Carroll, Bridgeport; Jack H. Cohen, Fairfield; Evelyn Conley, Stratford; 
Rev. Frank Denton, Stratford; Patrick Hunter, Stratford; Rose Johnson, Bridge- 
port; Sen. Howard T. Owens, Jr., Bridgeport; Lucia Parks, Fairfield; Ada Sala, 
Monroe; Jay Stubenhaus, M.D., Fairfield; Jacob Zaluda, Trumbull. 

Director, Ulysses E. Watson, M.D. 

CONNECTICUT MENTAL HEALTH CENTER, NEW HAVEN 

(Facility of Mental Health Dept., operated by said department in collaboration 
with Yale University, Sees. 17-209a, 17-209b, Gen. Stat. Address: 34 Park St., 
New Haven 06519. Tel., 789-7300.) 

Advisory Board: Chm., Mrs. Jean Adnopoz, Hamden; Joseph D. Crowley, New 
Haven; Russell J. Garris, Hamden; Richard Grave, Guilford; Franklin Harris, 
Woodbridge; Lawrence K. Pickett, M.D., New Haven; Sally Provence, M.D., 
Branford. 

Director, Boris Astrachan, M.D. 

FRANKLIN S. DlBOIS DAY TREATMENT CENTER, STAMFORD 

(Facility of Mental Health Dept., Sec. 17-2 13a, Gen. Stat. Address: 49 Glen- 
brook Rd., Stamford 06902. Tel., 327-0620.) 



240 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 

Advisory Board: Chm., James A. Benham, Darien; Vice Chm., Frances Egan, 
Norwalk; Fred Bolman, Stamford; Anthony Brackett, Ed.D., Wilton; Herbert A. 
Carlborg, Darien; Ruth Dreyfus, Stamford; Richard B. Edwards, Stamford; Ed- 
ward J. Frattaroli, Cos Cob; Bruce R. Mead, Westport. 

Director, Leo P. Donovan, Jr., Ph.D. 

RIBICOFF RESEARCH CENTER 

(Facility of Mental Health Dept., Sec. 17-209h, Gen. Stat. Address: Box 508, 
Norwich 06360. Tel., 889-7361.) 

Research Advisory Council: Arnold W. Johnson, M.D., Deputy Comr., Dept. of 
Mental Health; Hugh Clark, Ph.D., UConn, Storrs; John Flynn, Ph.D., Yale 
Univ., New Haven; Benson Ginsburg, Ph.D., UConn, Storrs; James Maas, M.D., 
Yale Univ., New Haven; Roger Meyer, M.D., UConn, Storrs; James Stabenau, 
M.D., UConn, Storrs. 

Director, Malcolm Gordon, Ph.D. 

STATE ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE COUNCIL 

(Sec. 17-155ff, Gen. Stat. Address: 90 Washington St., Hartford 06115. Tel. 
566-4145.) 

Vice Chm., Susan S. Addiss, Chief, Health Planning and Development, Health 
Dept.; Terry S. Capshaw, Dir. of Adult Probation; William H. Carbone, Exec. 
Dir., Conn. Justice Comm.; John R. Manson, Comr. of Correction; Benjamin A. 
Muzio, Comr. of Motor Vehicles; Eric A. Plaut, M.D., Comr. of Mental Health; 
Mark R. Shedd, Comr. of Education. 

Appointed by the Governor, Chm., Edward J. Fortes, Jr., New Haven; William 
F. Callahan, Farmington; Theadore Cummings, Manchester; David T. Kelly, 
Stratford, July 1, 1979. Ronald F. Craig, Simsbury; Rev. Segundo Las Heras, New 
Britain, July 1, 1980. Ms. Margaret M. Cromwell, Bridgeport; Betty Jo Fulkerson 
McGrade, Ph.D., Storrs; Ms. Marina C. Rodriguez, Hartford; Shirley Williams, 
M.D., Ridgefield, July 1, 1981. 

Appointed by the Pres. Pro Tempore of the Senate, Thomas J. Mangan, Sr., 
Newington; by Senate Minority Leader, Dr. Paul Pierson, Essex; by Speaker, 
Secy., Igor I. Sikorsky, Jr., Hartford; by House Minority Leader, Clyde O. Sayre, 
Waterbury. 

Exec. Director, Donald J. McConnell. (Also a council voting member.) 

CONNECTICUT STATE ALCOHOL ADVISORY COUNCIL 

(Appointed by the Governor, for three years and until their successors are ap- 
pointed and have qualified, Sec. 17-155m, Gen. Stat.) 

Chm., Howard J. Wetstone, M.D., Bloomfield, June 30, 1979. Marie R. Carter, 
M.D., Norwich; John K. Hogan, East Hampton; Thomas C. LaFleur, Cheshire; 
Cruz Rosa, Bridgeport; Charles Welch, Jr., East Lyme, June 30, 1979. Mrs. Mary 
M. Ambler, Hartford; Alvin Collins, New Haven; Joseph J. Ierardi, North Haven* 
David J. Powell, Bloomfield; Ms. Sue Stethers, Storrs, June 30, 1980. Carlos A. 
Caste, M.D., New Haven; James E. Marbury, Stratford; Joseph McAleenan, 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 241 

Westport; Mrs. Pamela A. Moulton, Colchester; Harvey L. Ruben, M.D., New 
Haven; Alden E. Whitney, M.D., Danbury, June 30, 1981. 

CONNECTICUT STATE DRUG ADVISORY COUNCIL 

(Appointed by the Governor, for three years, and until a successor is appointed 
and has qualified, Sec. 17-155jj, Gen. Stat. Compensation of members, necessary 
expenses.) 

Chm., James E. O'Brien, M.D., Wethersfield, June 30, 1979. Peter L. Costas, 
West Hartford; Edward Dempsey, Waterbury; Lt. Doris M. Hughes, Wethersfield; 
Herbert D. Kleber, M.D., North Haven; Frederick W. Morrison, Meriden; Rev. 
Daniel P. Reilly, Norwich; Miss Sonja Ruiz, East Hartford, June 30, 1979. Robert 
P. Fineberg, Bloomfield; Rev. Rolland S. French, Jr., Seymour; Carl G. Hooper, 
Goshen; Ms. Rhonda M. Kincaid, Coventry; James D. McGaughey, III, M.D., 
Hartford; Charles E. Riordan, M.D., Madison, June 30, 1980. Mrs. Doris DeHurT, 
Westport; Daniel T. Gardner, Middlebury; Francis M. McDonald, Middlebury; 
Donald Pet, M.D., Manchester, June 30, 1981. 

The Members of the State Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council serve as ex-officio 
nonvoting members of the Conn. State Drug Advisory Council. 



DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL RETARDATION 

COMMISSIONER OF MENTAL RETARDATION (Appointed by the Gov- 
ernor on recommendation of the Council on Mental Retardation, with the advice 
and consent of either House of the General Assembly, Sec. 4-5 — 4-8, Gen. Stat. 
Salary, Comr., $37,382; Deputy Comr., $31,201. Address: 79 Elm St., Hartford 
06115. Tel., 566-2617.) 

Comr., Gareth D. Thorne, Wethersfield, March 1, 1983; Deputy Comr., Marilyn 
Gravink, Rocky Hill. 

COUNCIL ON MENTAL RETARDATION 

(Appointed by the Governor, for four years, Sec. 19-569a, Gen. Stat. Compensa- 
tion of members, necessary expenses. Address: 79 Elm St., Hartford 06115.) 

Ex-Officio, Gareth D. Thorne, Comr. of Mental Retardation. 

Chm., Michael Fierri, D.D.S., Bristol, June 30, 1979. Vice Chm., Francis E. 
White, Stamford, June 30, 1979. Secy., Evelyn Kennedy, Bridgeport, June 30, 
1981. Joseph J. Bellizzi, M.D., Hartford; Rev. Joseph C. Gcngras, Avon; Margaret 
V. Tedone, Hartford, June 30, 1979. John F. Daly, West Hartford; Dr. Christopher 
DeProspo, Stratford; Dr. Barbara McKillop, West Hartford, June 30. 1981. Rich- 
ard Rawson, Riverside, Repr. Southbury Training School, Sept. 1, 1979. Mrs. 
Lottie Sherman, Repr. Mansfield Training School, Nov. 1, 1979. 

STATE PLANNING COUNCIL ON DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES 

(Rehabilitation, Comprehensive Services Developmental Disabilities Amend- 
ments of 1978, P.L. 95-602.) 



242 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 

(Appointed by the Governor to serve at her pleasure, Public Law 95-602. Ad- 
dress: Chm., 652 Ives Row, Cheshire 06410.) 

Chm., Mrs. Mildred S. Adams, Cheshire; Edgar H. Bishop, East Haddam; Ar- 
line E. Bole, Education Consultant, Vocational Rehabilitation; Anne Milnor, 
Community Health Care, Inc., Putnam; Alice Boucher, Enfield; Mrs. Jean Brooks, 
Meriden; Roger Colacurcio, Bridgeport; Mrs. Thelma Dietsch, Unionville; Mi- 
chael A. Goodiel, Waterbury; Miss Marilyn Gravink, Dept. of Mental Retarda- 
tion; Mrs. Edith Harris, Hartford; Mrs. Dwight Kresge, Exec. Dir., Farmington 
Valley Assoc, for the Retarded and Handicapped; Mrs. Claire Langton, West 
Hartford; Rev. Segundo Las Heras, New Britain; Charles A. Launi, Dept. of Chil- 
dren and Youth Services; Forest A. LaValley, Newington; Vincent Lupinacci, 
United Cerebral Palsy Assoc; Roger MacNamara, Supt., Mansfield Training 
School; Dr. Harold Mark, Dept. of Mental Health; Sherwin Mellins, M.D., Dept. 
of Mental Retardation; Salvin Ficara, Hartford; Rosario Palmeri, M.D., Dept. of 
Health Services; Carolyne Perry, Dept. of Income Maintenance; Daniel Reinhard- 
sen, Guilford; Mrs. Eleanor Steere, Foster Grandparents Program, Thames Valley 
Council for Community Action; Mrs. Elizabeth Vasko, Old Lyme. 

(Members of the Council represent each of the principal State agencies and local 
agencies and non-governmental organizations and groups concerned with services 
for the developmentally disabled and consumers of services. As defined in Public 
Law 95-602, developmental disability is defined as a severe, chronic disability of a 
person which is attributable to mental and/or physical impairments, is manifested 
before the person attains the age twenty-two, and can be expected to continue in- 
definitely. The person is substantially limited in three or more areas of major life 
activity and can be expected to need specialized, individually planned services 
throughout life.) 

Exec. Director, Edward T. Preneta. 

REGIONAL CENTERS FOR MENTALLY RETARDED— (Dept. of Men- 
tal Retardation, Sec. 19-570, Gen. Stat.) 

BRIDGEPORT REGIONAL CENTER— Address: 115 Virginia Ave., 
Bridgeport 06610. Tel., 579-6256. (As an agency of the Dept. of Mental Retarda- 
tion since October, 1965, the Regional Center provides a diagnostic and evaluation 
clinic, functional education and limited residential services for the mentally re- 
tarded residing in the communities of Bridgeport, Milford, Stratford, Monroe, 
Easton, Trumbull and Fairfield. Branch office is located in Long Hill Congrega- 
tional Church, Trumbull. A group home on North Ave. in Bridgeport is a 12-bed 
co-ed facility for mildly retarded adults. The center anticipates the start of con- 
struction of a 75-bed residential complex in the north end of Stratford in the spring 
of 1979.) 

Advisory and Planning Council: Chm., John Ward, Bridgeport; Vice Chm., 
Donald P. Granger, M.D., Woodbridge; Secy., Mrs. Dorothy Larson, Easton; 
Mrs. Dore Bristol, Monroe; Mrs. Charlotte Kaufman, Stratford; Joseph Logan, 
Trumbull; Mrs. Pauline Wilson, Bridgeport; Alfred R. Wolff, Ph.D., Milford. 

Superintendent, Edward C. Gernat. 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 243 

CENTRAL CONNECTICUT REGIONAL CENTER— Mailing address: 
P.O. Box 853, Meriden 06450. Tel., 238-6300. (This Center began residential and 
day care programming in September, 1970. It serves the central area of the state 
including the three major cities of New Britain, Meriden and Middletown. All 
mentally retarded individuals in this area, regardless of age or severity of retarda- 
tion, are eligible for referral. Social services, psychological services, medical serv- 
ices, educational programming, and recreational services are available to the re- 
tarded and their families. Seventy-one beds are available for residential care. 
Kimball House provides residential care in a Care-by-Parent Unit for multiply 
handicapped young children. A Training and Treatment Unit at Kimball House 
provides residential treatment for disturbed mentally retarded children. Cold 
Spring House provides a number of beds for adult handicapped young men and 
women who require an independent living experience. In New Britain, supervised 
apartments provide six beds for young adults being prepared for independent com- 
munity living. A group home on Camp St., Meriden, provides residence for ten 
mildly retarded adults. A group home on Broad St., Meriden, serves 1 1 mentally 
retarded young adults. The Center operates its Special School District Programs 
for 106 severe and profoundly retarded children in three locations — New Britain, 
Middletown and Meriden. Consulting and ancillary services are provided to all 
programs for the mentally retarded in the area.) 

Advisory and Planning Council: Chm., Alan E. Steele, Middletown, June 30, 

1980. Vice Chm., Mrs. Sophie Bruno, Plainville, June 30, \9%\.Secy., Roger Nel- 
son, New Britain, July 1, 1979. Dr. Amy Slade-Wheaton, Durham; Mrs. Lillian 
Weaver, Wallingford, July 1, 1979. James J. Feeney, Durham; Mrs. Brenda Mar- 
cellino, Southington, June 30, 1980. Sally Kuhn, Meriden; PhvilisTimm, Meriden, 
Nov. 1, 1981. 

Superintendent, Michael R. Dillon, Ed.D. 

DANBURY REGIONAL CENTER.— Address: 400 Main Street, Danbury 
06810. Tel., 797-4133. (This regional facility was dedicated on March 29, 1973. 
With a total stafTof 55, the Danbury Regional Center provides services in the areas 
of social work, psychology, speech and hearing, functional education, pre-voca- 
tional training and an array of community services, to a 16-town area. The towns 
embraced by Region 9 are: Bethel, Bethlehem, Bridgewater, Brookfield, Danbur\, 
Kent, New Milford, Newtown, Redding, Ridgefield, Roxbury, Sherman, South- 
bury, Washington and Woodbury. Emphasis is being directed toward expansion of 
services in community living situations.) 

Advisory and Planning Council: Chm., Jeanne S. Karcheski, Newtown, June 30, 

1981. Robert F. Conley, Danbury; James C. Driscoll, Jr., Southburv; Frederick J. 
ONeil, Ph.D., Danbury, June 30, 1979. Joseph J. Blonski, Danbury, June 30, 
1980. John Gundy, M.D., Danburv; Thomas F. O'Learv, Jr., Bethel, June 30, 
1981. 

Superintendent, Vincent C. Darien. 

GREATER NEW HAVEN REGIONAL CENTER— Address: 455 Winter- 
green Ave., New Haven 06515. Tel., 397-4130. (This Center began residential and 
day care programming in December, 1965. All mentally retarded individuals in the 
Greater New Haven Area are eligible for referral regardless of age or severity of 
retardation.) 



244 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 

Advisory and Planning Council: Chm., Lester Hankin, Ph.D., Hamden, June 30, 

1980. Dianne Ferguson, New Haven; Douglas Neuman, New Haven; Joseph Rini, 
New Haven, June 30, 1979. Susan Clark, Orange; Thomas Reid, Hamden, June 
30, 1980. Susanne Peplow, Hamden, June 30, 1981. 

Superintendent, William B. Dowling. 

HARTFORD REGIONAL CENTER— Address: 71 Mountain Rd., Newing- 
ton 061 1 1. Tel., 666-1471. (This Center serves all mentally retarded in seven towns 
comprising the greater Hartford area. Residential programs include both short and 
long term placements, as well as respite care. A functional education program 
serves school age, severely and profoundly retarded children. There are several 
community based programs including a work activity program for adults and early 
developmental intervention training programs for families, and a number of foster 
homes. The Center operates seven group homes, two for adolescents and five for 
adults. The Center also administers a Community Services Center within Hartford 
and the Hartford Project, a Sheltered Workshop. Counselling and referral services 
are provided.) 

Advisory and Planning Council: Dr. S. Becker, Hartford; Richard C. Brown, 
Somers; Dr. John T. Cassell, West Hartford; Sidney Elkin, West Hartford; Frank 
Gozzo, Newington; Mrs. Jane Lougee, West Hartford; William Metzgar, West 
Hartford; Elmer Mortensen, Newington; Michael O'Toole, Newington. 

Superintendent, Daniel J. O'Connell. 

JOHN N. DEMPSEY REGIONAL CENTER.— Address: Pomfret St., Put- 
nam 06260. Tel., 928-775 1 . (This Center was established in 1964 to provide services 
for the mentally retarded in Northeastern Connecticut. The Regional Center has a 
diagnostic clinic, pre-school programs, pre-vocational, and workshop programs. It 
has a residential cottage for young mentally retarded and a second residential cot- 
tage for adult mentally retarded. The agency has two Group Homes with a total 
capacity of 32. The present total residential capacity, 76; present program popula- 
tion, 205.) 

Advisory and Planning Council: Chm., Robert Gerardi, Danielson, June 30, 

1981. Vice Chm., Mrs. Rita Gratton, Chaplin, June 30, 1980. Secy., Henry John- 
son, D.M.D., Pomfret Center, June 30, 1980. Ruth Davis, R.N., Woodstock; 
Omer N. Kentile, Putnam; Florence Young, Woodstock, June 30, 1979. Mrs. 
Mary Fisher, Thompson, June 30, 1980. Arthur Kaminsky, Putnam; Stanley W. 
Ozog, Putnam, June 30, 1981. 

Superintendent, Everett G. O'Keefe. 

LOWER FAIRFIELD COUNTY REGIONAL CENTER— Mailing address: 

Silvermine Ave., R.R. 3, Norwalk 06850. Tel., 846-9531. (This facility was estab- 
lished in 1967 to provide services to the mentally retarded and their families in the 
communities of Weston, Wilton, Westport, New Canaan, Darien, Stamford, Nor- 
walk and Greenwich. In 1971, the Martin House, a community residence for re- 
tarded males, was opened on Shorehaven Rd. in East Norwalk. The regional center 
in Norwalk includes two 24-bed cottages and an administrative/clinical building. A 
full range of services is provided by the staff which currently totals 1 18 personnel. 
Preliminary planning has been initiated for the construction of two additional 24- 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES. BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 245 

bed cottages. When completed the center will have an on-site bed capacity for 96 
residents. 

Advisory and Planning Council: Chm., Walter Marcus, Norwalk, June 30, 1980. 
\ ice Chm., Dr. Melvin Grove, Springdale, June 30, 1980. Secv., Ann O'Callaghan, 
Norwalk, June 30, 1979. William D. McCue, Stamford, June 30, 1979. Mrs. L. 
Stanley Crandall, Greenwich; Jacques Ducas, Greenwich, June 30, 1980. Martin 
Leech, Riverside; Anthonv Truglia, Stamford; Michael Warnes, Wilton. June 30, 
1981. 

Superintendent, Stanley Goodman. 

NORTH CENTRAL REGIONAL CENTER— Address: 73 Rockwell Ave., 
Bloomfield 06002. Tel., 243-9517. (The Center is still occupying inadequate and 
temporary offices at 73 Rockwell Ave., Bloomfield.) One of three mini centers 
planned for the region is operational at 10 Woodbridge Ave., East Hartford. The 
mini center includes a residential home for 15 clients, a Functional Education 
Class, and a Teen Center for teens and young adults. In addition there are: Infant 
Stimulation Classes in East Hartford and Windsor Locks; and an Activities of 
Daily Living Class in Windsor. The center also operates three other Group Homes 
in Enfield, Simsbury and Somers. A permanent site for proposed facilities has been 
selected in Windsor, and architect's plans are in the process of being reviewed and 
approved by DM R and public works officials. All residential programs are certified 
as Intermediate Care Facilities. Currently the agency has a total staff of 69. 

Advisory and Planning Council: Chm., Mrs. Richard Hoff, Bloomfield; Vice 
Chm. -Secy., Donald G. Spencer, Somers; Herbert Barall, East Hartford; Mrs. 
Marie Beane, Avon; Mrs. Pearl Feeney, Granby; Dr. Jesse Goldbaum, South 
Windsor; Dr. Jackson Schonberg, Simsbury; James Swomley, Bloomfield; Dr. Au- 
drey Worrell, Bloomfield. 

Superintendent, Thomas C. McNeill. 

NORTHWEST REGIONAL CENTER— Address: 883 Main St.. Torrington 
06790. Tel., 489-0425. (A site has been purchased for construction of limited facili- 
ties. Three group homes are in operation. One (Migeon Hall) houses fourteen adult 
males. There are two group homes for women. Tunick House has room for ten 
women and Holabird House (Winsted) has a capacity often. An Adult Education 
Program provides prevocational training for profoundly and severe!) mentally re- 
tarded persons. A High School Supplemental Training Program coordinates the 
public school programs concerning group home residents with group home staff. 
A Special School District conducts educational programming for profoundly and 
sevcrel) mentall) retarded youth from birth to age twenty-one per Public Law 
94-142. Social services are provided the mentall> retarded and their families and 
consultant services are available to the man) various educational sv stems in the 
region. A din care program is operated in East Canaan.) 

Advisory and Planning Council: Chm.. John M. Silano. Litchfield. June 30. 
1980. Vice Chm.. Nicholas J. Lazzaro. Jr., Winsted, June 30, 1982. Secy., Sidnev 
S. Axelrod, Torrington, June 30, 1980. Mrs. Irene Sterns. Bantam. June 30, 1980. 
Mrs. Dorothea LaBelle. Newtown; Parker B. Nutting, Torrington; Mrs. JoAnn 
Rvan, Torrington, June 30, 1981. H. James Stedronskv. Norfolk; vacancy, June 
30, 1982. 



246 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 

Superintendent. Irving C. Lown, Jr. 

SEASIDE REGIONAL CENTER.— Address: 36 Shore Rd., Waterford 06385. 
Tel., 447-0301. (This Center was established in 1961. It provides a complete array 
of diagnostic, evaluation, training and therapy services for mentally retarded per- 
sons living in New London and Lower Middlesex Counties. All retarded individu- 
als in this geographic area are eligible for service regardless of age or severity oi 
retardation. Residential care service is provided for 300 persons in a variety of 
residential settings. Sixty beds are certified under the ICF/MR program with plans 
to expand this service to other residential areas. Functional education classes for 
severely and profoundly retarded school age children, early intervention program 
for at risk infants, vocational training and sheltered workshops for young adults 
and recreation programs for all ages are provided for the retarded who are living in 
the community. Referrals are accepted from any source.) 

Advisory and Planning Council: Chm., Harvey Mallove, New London, January 
1, 1980. Secy., Mrs. Florence Donnee, Waterford, January 1, 1980. Mrs. Lois 
Burnham, Norwich; Leo McNamara, East Lyme: William Whelan, Waterford, 
June 30, 1978. Dave Johnson, Deep River; Kenneth Small, East Lyme; January 1. 
1979. Robert Gordon, Jr., Groton; Capt. Jack Hawkins, Gales Ferry, Januar\ 1, 
1981. 

Superintendent, Thomas J. Sullivan. 

TOLLAND REGION.— Administrative Offices; Address: 77 Slater St., P.O. 
Box U, Buckland Station, Manchester 06040. Tel., 643-5731. (Created in 1977, 
Tolland Region staff is responsible for comprehensive planning for all mentally 
retarded persons within a fifteen-town area of Northeastern Connecticut. These 
towns include: Andover, Ashford, Bolton, Columbia, Coventry, Ellington, He- 
bron, Manchester, Mansfield, Stafford, Tolland, Union, Vernon, Willington, 
Windham. 

As result of planning efforts, specific programs are delivered which cannot be 
rendered by local community agencies. Presently operating are: 1) An early inter- 
vention program (Project Inter-face) located at Mansfield Depot; 2) A special 
school district program for severely and profoundly retarded children which in- 
cludes Project Inter-face; 3) Recreation programs including Saturday and evening 
activities for children and adults. Proposals for a supervised apartment living pro- 
gram; SSI projects and coordinated efforts with Mansfield Training School will 
increase service delivery capability greatly in 1979. Consultive and Supportive 
Services to families and Human Service agencies are provided.) 

Advisory and Planning Council: Chm., Mrs. Albert E. Pipes, Willimantic, June 
30, 1979; Vice Chm., Robert Gorman, Manchester, June 30, 1979. Anthony Pascal 
Prignano, Manchester, June 30, 1979. George Ordway, Vernon; Dr. Melvyn Reich, 
Tolland; Mrs. Rachel Rossow, Ellington, June 30, 1980. Mrs. Joan Conley, He- 
bron; Rev. James Liberty, Willimantic, June 30, 1981. 

WATERBURY REGIONAL CENTER— Address: 25 Creamery Rd., Chesh- 
ire 06410. Main Office, Tel., 272-0341; Waterbury Office, Tel., 754-0157, 754- 
0158. (Programs offered to the mentally retarded and other developmental^ disa- 
bled include: Residential care, early intervention, functional education, adult work 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 247 

activity, social work case management, information/referral, community organi- 
zation. Residential capacity, 72.) 

Advisory and Planning Council: Chm., Peter Luddy, Waterbury; Dr. Stephen 
August, Cheshire; Patrick Bergin, Waterbury; Joseph Ferrara, Derby; Roland 
Hamel, Waterbury; Peter Hess, Cheshire; Francis Lipke, Derby; David Mariani, 
Waterbury; Andrew Rossetti, Cheshire, June 30, 1979, with future appointments to 
run coterminous with term of Governor. 

Superintendent, Rod J. Rosta. 

MANSFIELD TRAINING SCHOOL, MANSFIELD DEPOT 

(Under the maintenance and direction of the Dept. of Mental Retardation. Trus- 
tees appointed by the Governor, for four years, Sec. 19-569b, Gen. Stat. Salary, 
Supt., $33,440. Compensation of trustees, traveling expenses. Number of persons 
who can be accommodated, rated capacity, 1,162 beds. Resident population, Jan. 
1, 1979, 1,025; on books, Jan. 1, 1979, 1,502. Value of real property, $34,329,038. 
Address: Mansfield Depot 06251. Tel., 429-6451.) 

Pres., Charles H. Walters, West Harford, July 1, 1979. Secy., Mrs. Mary E. 
Romano, New London, July 1, 1982. Mrs. Lottie K. Sherman, West Hartford, 
July 1, 1979. Mrs. Katherine Bourn, East Windsor; Dr. Samuel Witryol, Mans- 
field, July 1, 1980. Joseph C. Heap, New London, July 1, 1981. Mrs. Marion 
Ahem, Willimantic, July 1, 1982. 

Supt., Roger D. MacNamara, M.Ed.; Asst. Supt., Joseph Seigle; Internists and 
Consultants, Jose Buhain, M.D., Abdul Darki, M.D., James McGennis, M.D., 
Frederick W. Trapp, M.D., Alka Upadhyaya, M.D.; Dir. of Residential Program, 
Bert M. Flynn, M.S.W.; Dir. of Education and Training, Louis F. Boly, M.A.; 
Adm. Services Officer, Paul Batterson; Dir. of Dining Halls, Stanley Shaney; Dir. 
of Psychological Services, Jack Thaw, Ph.D.; Supvr. of Social Services, Albert 
Evans, A.B.; Supvr. of Plant and Maintenance, John T. Creaser; Admin. Dir., 
John Parson. 

SOUTHBURY TRAINING SCHOOL, SOUTHBURY 

(Under the maintenance and direction of the Dept. of Mental Retardation. Trus- 
tees appointed by the Governor, for four years, Sec.l9-569b, Gen. Stat. Salar\. 
Supt., $33,440. Compensation of trustees, traveling expenses. Capacity in accord- 
ance with authoritative standards on institutional housing, 1,235. Number of per- 
sons enrolled on Jan. 1, 1979, 1,326 plus 580 on placement in community. Value of 
real property, $41,413,952. Address: Pierce Hollow Rd., Southburv 06488. Tel.. 
264-8231.) 

Chm., vacancy. Vice Chm., Mrs. Kathleen C. Reasoner, Westport, July 1, 1980. 
Secy., A. Roger Bobowick, M.D., Sandy Hook, July 1, 1980. Joseph A. Bette, Sr., 
South Britain, July 1, 1979. Richard J. Rawson, Riverside, July 1, 1980. Mrs. 
Jeanne C. Honan, Newtown, July 1, 1982. Mrs. Rosalie P. Gann, West Hartford, 
for term coterminous with term of Governor. 

Supt., Micheal J. Belmont, M.S.; Asst. Supt.. C. Edward Stull, Ph.D.; Medical 
Dir., Jean Gino, M.D.; Provisional Admin. Dir., Wilson Hawkes; Dir. of Educa- 
tion and Training, William J. Cavallaro, M.S.; Dir. of Residential Program, Nich- 



248 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 



olas Rusiniak, M.S.; Dir. of Psychological Services, Edward Benjamin, M.S.; Dir. 
of Social Services, Kenneth L. Byrne, M.S.; Supvr. of Plant and Maintenance, 
Mahlon Robertson; Farm Mgr., Raymond E. Nichols; Business Mgr., Lachlan M. 
Harkness. 



DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES 

COMMISSIONER OF MOTOR VEHICLES (Appointed by the Governor, 
with the advice and consent of either House of the General Assembly, for four 
years, Sees. 4-5—4-8, Gen. Stat. Salary, Comr., $32,499; Deputy Comr., $27,603. 
Address: 60 State St., Wethersfield 06109.) 

Comr., Benjamin A. Muzio, StarTordville, March 1, 1983; Deputy Comr., Ber- 
nard P. Auger, Putnam; Chief Div. Management Services, Edward A. Carroll; 
Chief, Div. of Driver Licensing, Warren J. Blessing; Chief, Div. of Registry and 
Title, Biagio S. Ciotto; Chief, Div. Dealers and Repairers, Edward L. Simmons. 



Office 

Bridgeport 

Danbury 

Enfield 

Hamden 

Middletown 

Milford 

New Britain 

New London 

Norwalk 

Norwich 

Old Saybroo 

Putnam 

Stamford 

Waterbury 

Willimantic 

Winsted 



LOCAL BRANCH OFFICES 

Manager 



A ddress 

1825 East Main St. 06610 
25 Tamarack Rd.06810 
95 Elm St. 06082 
1985 State St. 06511 
633 Washington St. 06457 
625 Bridgeport Ave. 06460 
1 185 W. Main St. 06053 
82 Truman St. 06320 
61 East Ave. 06851 
173 Salem Tpke. 06360 
k719 Boston Post Rd. 06475 
239 Kennedy Dr. 06260 
85 Magee Ave. 06902 
1625 Thomaston Ave. 06714 
480 Vallev St. 06226 
Route 800, 06098 



Marion Lawrence 
Frank Perry 
Helen F. Mazewski 
Katherine Kaitz 
Louise Ostapkevich 
Veronica Stankowski 
Albert Gasecki 
Marie S. Boyd 
Louise N. Gurney 
William Lang 
Theresa Varney 
Theresa Kmetetz 
Robert A. Neslaw 
Sue Serkey 
Eva Sawyer 
Lucy Fenn 



Tel. No. 

579-6223 
797-4170 

745-2484 
789-7520 
344-2982 
877-2411 
827-7743 
442-4381 
866-1695 
887-2535 
388-3467 
928-7741 
327-4700 
753-0155 
423-1688 
379-8564 



VEHICLE EQUIPMENT SAFETY COMMISSION 

(Sec. 14-372, Gen. Stat.) Conn. Member, Benjamin A. Muzio, StarTordville, 
Comr. of Motor Vehicles. 



OFFICE OF POLICY AND MANAGEMENT 

SECRETARY OF THE OFFICE OF POLICY AND MANAGEMENT (Ap- 
pointed by the Governor, with the advice and consent of the General Assembly, for 
four vears, 4-5—4-8, Gen. Stat. Salaries, Secretary, $38,150; Deputy Secy., 
$34,5J5; Under Secretaries: Budget and Financial Mgmt., $29,229-$35,145; Inter- 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES. BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 249 

governmental Relations, $26,878; Mgmt. and Evaluation, $32,524; Comprehensive 
Planning, $29,701; Energy Div., $32,524; Employment and Training, $28,760. Ad- 
dress: 80 Washington St., Hartford 061 15. Tel., 566-8389. Address: Employment 
and Training Division, 55 Elizabeth St., Hartranft Hall, Hartford 06105. Tel., 566- 
3725.) 

Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management, Anthony V. Milano, Bridge- 
port, March 1, 1983; Deputy Secretary, Alfred W. Oppenheimer, Brookfield. i 'ri- 
der Secretaries: Budget and Financial Management, vacancy; Intergovernmental 
Relations, Margaret M. Curtin, New London; Management and Evaluation, A. 
Bates Lyons, Simsbury; Comprehensive Planning, J. William Burns, West Hart- 
ford; Energy Division, Thomas H. Fitzpatrick, Hartford; Employment and Train- 
ing, Charles J. Duffy, Deep River. 

STATE BOND COMMISSION 

(Sec. 3-20, Gen. Stat. Address: Secy., Office of Policy and Management. Room 
308, State Capitol, Hartford 061 15.) 

Chm., Ella Grasso, Governor; Secy., Anthony V. Milano, Secy., Office of Policy 
and Management; Henry E. Parker, State Treasurer; J. Edward Caldwell, State 
Comptroller; Carl R. Ajello, Attorney General; Elisha C. Freedman, Comr. of 
Administrative Services; Audrey Beck, State Sen. and Co-Chm. of the Joint Legis- 
lative Committee on Finance, Revenue and Bonding; Irving Stolberg, State Rep. 
and Co-Chm. of the Joint Legislative Committee on Finance, Revenue and Bond- 
ing; Lawrence J. DeNardis, State Sen. and Ranking Minority Member of the Joint 
Legislative Committee on Finance, Revenue and Bonding; Linda N. Emmons, 
State Rep. and Ranking Minority Member of the Joint Legislative Committee on 
Finance, Revenue and Bonding. 

EXPRESSWAY BOND COMMITTEE 

(Sec. 1 3a- 199(b), Gen. Stat. Address: Secv., Office of Policv and Management. 
Room 308, State Capitol, Hartford 06115.)' 

Chm., Ella Grasso, Governor; Secy., Anthony V. Milano, Secy., Office of Policy 
and Management; Henry E. Parker, State Treasurer; J. Edward Caldwell, State 
Comptroller; Carl R. Ajello, Attorney General; Elisha C. Freedman. Comr. of 
Administrative Services. 

INVESTMENT ADVISORY COUNCIL 

(Appointed by the Governor, with the advice and consent of the Senate, for five 
years, and until a successor is appointed and has qualified. Sec. 3- 13b, Gen. Stat. 
Address: State Treasurer, 20 Trinity St., Hartford 06115. Tel.. 566-2166.) 

Ex-officio, Secy., Henry E. Parker, State Treasurer; Anthony V. Milano. Sec) .. 
Office of Policy and Management. 

Chm.. Edward N. Bennett, Simsburv, June 30, 1980. Dean J. Patenaude, Glas- 
tonbury, June 30, 1978. William W. Wilcox, Bloomfield. June 30. 1979. John P. 
Tracy, Milford, June 30, 1981 . Charles N. Daw kins. West Hartford, June 30. 1982, 
Miss Anne R. Calo, Cheshire, repr. State Teachers Retirement Board. June 30, 
1979. Daniel S. Muirhead, repr. State Emplovees Retirement Commission. June 
30, 1979. 



250 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 

COMMISSION ON CONNECTICUT'S FUTURE 

(Appointed by the Governor, with the approval of the General Assembly, Sec. 
16a-34, Gen. Stat. Address: Chm., Baltic 06330. Tel., Hartford 249-9711, Ext. 
501.) 

Chm., Mrs. Chase Going Woodhouse, Baltic; Ovis Armstrong, Windsor; Henry 
H. Pierce, Jr., New Haven; Thomas P. Richtarich, Bridgeport; Dr. Sally Taylor, 
Quaker Hill; Frazar B. Wilde, West Hartford; Mrs. Gail Wright, Storrs. 

COUNCIL OF ECONOMIC ADVISORS 

(Sec. 31-358, Gen. Stat. Address: Chm., Conn. Business and Industry Assoc, 60 
Washington St., Hartford 06106. Tel., 547-1661.) 

Ex-officio, P. Joseph Peraro, Labor Comr.; Edward J. Stockton, Comr. of Eco- 
nomic Development. 

Appointed by the Governor, Chm., Kenneth Parzych, Hamden. Appointed by 
the Pres. Pro Tempore of the Senate, David T. Chase, West Hartford. Appointed 
by the Speaker of the House, David Pinsky, West Hartford. 

CONNECTICUT ENERGY ADVISORY BOARD 

(Sec. 16a-3, Gen. Stat. Address: 80 Washington St., Hartford 06115. Tel., 
566-2800.) 

Stanley J. Pac, Comr. of Environmental Protection; Edward J. Stockton, Comr. 
of Economic Development. 

Appointed by the Governor, Vice Chm., Mrs. Mary B. Sullivan, Riverside; Rus- 
sell L. Brenneman, Glastonbury; Richard Panagrossi, Branford; Mrs. Jacqueline 
Shaffer, Hartford. 

Appointed by the Pres. Pro Tempore of the Senate, Charles S. Isenberg, West 
Hartford; James J. Lawlor, Waterbury; Rubin Potoff, West Hartford. 

Appointed by the Speaker of the House, Chm., James P. Sandler, Hartford. 

CONNECTICUT CAPITOL CENTER COMMISSION 

(Sec. 4-24a, Gen. Stat. Address: Comr. of Admin. Services, 165 Capitol Ave., 
Room 491, Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-7528.) 

Anthony V. Milano, Secy., Office of Policy and Management; Elisha C. Freed- 
man, Comr. of Administrative Services; Joseph J. Fauliso, Pres. Pro Tempore of 
the Senate; Edward J. Stockton, Comr. of Economic Development; Ernest N. 
Abate, Speaker of the House; June K. Goodman, Chm., Conn. Comm. on the Arts; 
Jack Dollard, Chm., Hartford Comm. on the City Plan. 

Appointed by the Governor to serve at her pleasure, George J. Conkling, North 
Haven; Philip R. Dunn, West Hartford; Mrs. Madelyn C. Neumann, Hartford; 
Richard Suisman, Hartford, repr. Hartford Court of Common Council. 

COUNCIL ON VOLUNTARY ACTION 

(Appointed by the Governor to serve at her pleasure, Sec. 4-6 lm, Sec. 4-9a, Gen. 
Stat. Address: 80 Washington St., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-8320.) 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 25 1 

Chm., Eileen Kraus, West Hartford; George Aretakis, Stamford; Anthony 
Flack, Southport; Everett Gamble, Enfield; Mrs. Nancy Hammerslough, Weston; 
Bruce M. Lutsk, West Hartford; Mary Anne Ostaszeski, Seymour; Ms. Norcott 
Pemberton, Branford; Mrs. Elizabeth Roper, Ashford; Pat P. Van Doren, 
Cornwall. 

Director, Louise T. Leonard. 

THE CONNECTICUT AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION 
BOARD OF CONTROL 

(Established 1875. Sec. 22-79, Gen. Stat. Compensation of members, none. Ad- 
dress: Box 1106, New Haven 06504. Tel., 787-7421.) 

Ex-officio, Pres., Ella Grasso, Governor; Leonard E. Krogh, Comr. of Agricul- 
ture; Dir. and Treas., Paul E. Waggoner. 

Appointed by the Governor, Secy., Robert Josephy, Bethel, July 1, 1979. Mrs. 
Jeanne Lena, New London, July 1, 1980. Appointed by Governing Board of Shef- 
field Scientific School, Ellis C. Maxcy, New Haven, July 1, 1979. Appointed by 
Board of Trustees of Wesleyan Univ., Gregory S. Home, Middletown, July 1, 
1 98 1 . Appointed by Board of Trustees of Univ. of Conn., Warren E. Thrall, Wind- 
sor, July 1, 1981. 

CONNECTICUT JUSTICE COMMISSION 

(Eleven members appointed by the Governor; three each by President Pro Tem- 
pore of the Senate and Speaker of the House; two each by Senate and House Mi- 
nority Leaders; to serve at their pleasure, Sec. 29-182, Gen. Stat. Address: 75 Elm 
St., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-3020.) 

Co-Chm., Arthur H. Healey, Judge, Superior Court; vacancy. 

Edward D. Bergin, Mayor, Waterbury; Terry S. Capshaw, Dir., Office of Adult 
Probation; John P. Flaherty, Asst. Prof., Waterbury State Technical College; Ar- 
thur L. Green, Dir., Comm. on Human Rights and Opportunities; Henry F. 
Healey, Jr., High Sheriff, New Haven County; Donald J. Long, Comr. of Public 
Safety; Francis H. Maloney, Comr. of Children and Youth Services; John R. Man- 
son, Comr. of Correction; Austin J. McGuigan, Chief State's Attorney; Aaron 
Ment, Judge, Superior Court; Robert M. Milvae, Asst. Town Mgr., Bloomfield; 
Edmund H. Mosca, Chief of Police, Old Saybrook; Paul Pacifico, Norwalk; Theo- 
dore Poulos, Plainville; Albert J. Reiss, Jr., Ph.D., Yale University; Mrs. Sarah 
Romany, Hartford; Joseph M. Shortall, Chief Public Defender; John J. Sullivan, 
First Selectman, Fairfield. 

Exec. Director, William H. Carbone. 

JUVENILE JUSTICE ADVISORY COMMITTEE TO THE 
CONNECTICUT JUSTICE COMMISSION 

(Appointed by the Governor to serve at her pleasure. Address: c/o Conn. Justice 
Commission, 75 Elm St., Hartford 06115.) 

Chm., Albert J. Reiss, Jr., Ph.D., Yale Univ.; John M. Borys, Dir., Juvenile 
Probation Services; Barbara Ann Candales, Hartford; R. Samuel Clark, Hartford; 
Henry Crawford, Stamford Police Dept.; Louis Cuervo, Office of Policy and Man- 



252 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 

agement; Anthony Dawson, New Haven; Robert J. Digan, Manchester; Margaret 
C. Driscoll, Judge, Superior Court; Richard Dziuba, Derby; Dave Gififord, State 
Dept. of Education; Christian Gullotta, Glastonbury; Francis J. Hoffman, Jr., 
Chief of Police, Glastonbury; Lt. Doris Hughes, Conn. Dept. of Public Safety; 
Robin M. Jones, New Hartford; Judith A. Jordan, West Hartford; Dorothy O. 
Lewis, M.D., New Haven; Steve Little, Hartford; Rolando Martinez, Meriden; 
Rev. Malcolm H. McDowell, Jr., Willimantic; George Moore, Dept. of Mental 
Retardation; Theodore Poulos, Plainville; Nancy Robb, Dept. of Children and 
Youth Services; Jose Rodriguez, Hartford; Robert Roggeveen, Hartford; Wayne 
Rollins, Hartford; Sarah Romany, Hartford; Norma Schatz, Avon. 

CRIMINAL INJURIES COMPENSATION BOARD 

(Appointed by the Governor, Sec. 54-202, Gen. Stat. Compensation of mem- 
bers, necessary expenses in performance of duties. Address: Office of Policy and 
Management, 80 Washington St., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-4156.) 

Chm., James D. O'Connor, West Hartford; Gilbert Salk, Hebron; S. Steven 
Wolfson, M.D., West Hartford. 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY 

COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC SAFETY (Appointed by the Governor, for 
four years, Sec. 4-5—4-8, Sec. 28c- 1, Gen. Stat. Salary, Comr., $38,256. Adminis- 
tration offices, 100 Washington St., Hartford. Tel., 566-3200.) 

Comr. of Public Safety and State Fire Marshal, Col. Donald J. Long, March I, 
1983. 

Chief Administrative Officer, Bruce Breiling; Commissioner's Staff, Sgt. Pas- 
quale Romano; Legal Services, Frank Rogers; Public Information Officer, Joseph 
F. Crowley. 

DIVISION OF STATE POLICE 

S.P. Exec. Officer, Lt. Col. James R. Rice. 

Bureaus: Field Operations, Maj. Donald E. Nurse; State Fire Marshal Bureau, 
Maj. Arthur T. Woodend; Criminal Investigations, Maj. James M. Jacob; Staff' 
Services, Maj. Michael L. Bochicchio. 

Units: Inspections and Internal Affairs, Capt. John Taylor; Exec. Officer's Staff, 
Sgt. Bernard Moran; Research and Planning, Sgt. William Sydenham; Field Sup- 
port, Lt. James Mooney; Detective, Lt. Louis S. Leitkowski; Statewide Organized 
Crime Investigative Task Force, Lt. Lester Forst; Criminal Intelligence, Sgt. Alan 
Williamson; Communications, Lt. Ronald Mikulka; Reports and Records, Capt. 
John Watson; Training, Lt. G. Patrick Tully; Forensic Lab, Lt. Jerome Drugonis; 
Recruiting, Spw. Valerie Hageman; Emergency Services. Lt. John Mulligan; Capi- 
tol Security, Sgt. David Comp; State Police Bureau of Identification, James Zelle; 
Traffic Planning, Lt. George Moore; Occupational Safety Health Adm.. Sgt. Wil- 
liam GriHin; Data Processing, Raymond Link; General Office. Robert Blessing. 



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253 



STATE POLICE BARRACKS 



CENTRAL DIVISION— 

Troop "C" — Stafford Springs 06076 

3 Buckley Hwy. 

Tel. 566-7357 
Troop "FT— Hartford 06 106 

100 Washington St. 

Tel. 566-5990 
Troop 4 T — Bethany 06482 

Route 63 

Tel. 789-7720 
Troop "W"— Windsor Locks 06096 

Bradley International Airport 

Tel. 623-4421 
EASTERN DIVISION— Capt. Walter Scholtz 



Lt. Robert Hull 
Lt. Patrick Hedge 
Lt. Robert Besescheck 
Lt. Doris Hughes 



Troop "F*— Westbrook 06498 

Connecticut Tpke., West 

Tel. 566-4527 
Troop "D" — Danielson 06239 

Westcott Rd. 

Tel. 566-4666 
Troop "E"— Montville 06353 

Connecticut Tpke., East 

Tel. 566-4468 
Troop kk K'— Colchester 064 1 5 

Hartford Rd. 

Tel. 566-4015 
WESTERN DIVISION— Capt. 
Troop "A"— Southbury 06488 

Main St. 

Tel. 566-7492 
Troop "B" — Canaan 06018 

Route 7, No. Canaan 

Tel. 566-7350 
Troop "G^— Westport 06880 

880 East State St. 

Tel. 566-7834 
Troop "L"— Litchfield 06759 

Route 25 
Tel. 566-7490 



Lt. William Smith 
Lt. Henry Bourgeois 
Lt. Wilfred Blanchette 
Lt. Joseph Perry, Jr. 



Richard Day 

Lt. William Kirkby 



Lt. James R. Smith 



Lt. Vincent Brennan 



Lt. John Bardelli 



NEW ENGLAND STATE POLICE ADMINISTRATORS- 
CONFERENCE 

(Sec. 29-162, Gen. Stat. Address: 100 Washington St., Hartford 06115.) 
Administrator, Col. Donald J. Long, Comr. of Public Safety. 



254 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 

STATE POLICE ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

(Appointed by the Governor to serve at her pleasure. Address: Chm., 165 W. 
Main St., New Britain 06052. Tel., 225-7667.) 

Chm., Paul J. McQuillan, New Britain; Marguerite Armstrong, Norwich; Rev. 
Norman J. Belval, Newington; John W. Cunningham, Weston; Francis M. 
Dooley, Norfolk; William B. Flynn, Trumbull; Arthur L. Green, Manchester; 
Walter J. Hurley, Hartford; Carmen L. Lopez, Bridgeport; Albert J. Marks, Jr., 
West Hartford; Frances Pascale, Hamden; Sigita Ramanauskas, West Willington; 
Dorothy W. Ripley, Litchfield; Charles Sturdivant, Hartford; Paul K. TafT, Glas- 
tonbury. 

MUNICIPAL POLICE TRAINING COUNCIL 

(Appointed by the Governor, for two years, and until their successors are ap- 
pointed, Sec. 7-294b (a), Gen. Stat. Compensation of members, actual expenses 
involved in the performance of duties. Address: 285 Preston Ave., Meriden 06450. 
Tel., 238-6504.) 

Ex-officio, Donald J. Long, Comr. of Public Safety; L. Grey Brockman, New 
Haven, F.B.I., Special Agent in Charge. 

Chm., Chief Richard X. Carlo, Bethel, Oct. 1, 1980. Vice Chm., Prof. Beldon H. 
Schaffer, Storrs, Oct. 1, 1979. Secy., Chief Edward J. Courtney, Meriden, Oct. 1, 
1980. Chief John F. Arcelaschi, Winsted; Chief Francis J. Hoffman, Glastonbury; 
Chief Hugo Masini, Hartford; Edward A. Savino, 1st Selectman, Windsor Locks; 
Chief Domenic A. Zacchio, Avon, Oct. 1, 1979. Chief John J. Kerrigan, South 
Windsor; Chief Frank P. Sutula, Suffield, Oct. 1, 1980. 

Exec. Director, Richard M. Hannon, Hamden. 

ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON ORGANIZED CRIME 
PREVENTION AND CONTROL 

(Sec. 29-165, Gen. Stat. Compensation of members, necessary expenses. Ad- 
dress: P.O. Box 701, 294 Colony St., Meriden 06450. Tel., 634-6550.) 

STATE FIRE CODE STANDARDS COMMITTEE 

(Appointed by the Governor, for three years, and until their successors are ap- 
pointed and have qualified, Sec. 29-39a, Gen. Stat. Address: State Fire Marshal, 
State Police Division, 294 Colony St., Meriden 06450. Tel., 238-6620.) 

Chm., John Foehl, Cheshire, June 30, 1980. Dana Bemis, Hartford; Ralph Ma- 
rone, Hartford, June 30, 1979. Donald Byington, Wilton; Cornelius Duffy, West- 
port; Les Tager, South Windsor, June 30, 1980. Glen Mayo, Hartford; Ralph 
Rowland, Bridgeport; John Sullivan, Naugatuck, June 30, 1981. 

Comr. of Administrative Services, Elisha C. Freedman, repr. by Alex Kozi- 
kowski; Labor Comr. P. Joseph Peraro, repr., by Leo Alix. 

STATE BUILDING INSPECTOR, STATE BUILDING CODE 
STANDARDS COMMITTEE AND BOARD OF MATERIALS REVIEW 

(State Building Code Standards Committee and Board of Materials Review ap- 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 255 

pointed by the Comr. of Public Safety, Sees. 19-395f, 19-399, Gen. Stat. Address: 
294 Colony St., Meriden 06450. Tel., 238-6011.) 

State Building Code Standards Committee, Chm., Ralph T. Rowland, Bridge- 
port, Oct. 1, 1981. Vice Chm., George Giannoni, West Hartford, Oct. 1, 1980. 
Secw, Philip Burton, West Hartford, Oct. 1, 1979. David C. Wiggin, Hartford, 
Oct. 1, 1979. David G. Holloway, Waterford; Elmer S. Riggott, East Windsor, 
Oct. 1, 1980. Philip Arcara, Waterford, Oct. 1, 1981. Maj. Arthur Woodend, Meri- 
den, indefinite term. 

Board of Materials Review, Chm., Arthur Vendola, New Britain, Oct. 5, 1979. 
Vice Chm., Robert Lienhard, Glastonbury, Oct. 5, 1981. Secy., Christopher Win- 
sor, Hartford, Oct. 5, 1980. Leo Helenski, Wethersfield, Oct. 5, 1979. Stephen S. 
Sandstrom, New Britain, Oct. 5, 1980. Robert L. Van Houten, West Hartford, 
Oct. 5, 1981. 

State Building Inspector, Bernard E. Cabelus, Kensington. 

STATE COMMISSION ON DEMOLITION 

(Appointed by the Governor, for three years, Sec. 19-403a, Gen. Stat. Compen- 
sation of members, necessary expenses. Address: Dept. of Public Safety, Bldg. #3, 
294 Colony St., Meriden 06450. Tel., 238-6008.) 

Ex-Officio, Chm., Donald J. Long, Comr. of Public Safety. Vice Chm., Justin A. 
DeNino, Wethersfield, Oct. 1, 1980. Secw, Raymond Brown, Jr., Harwinton, Oct. 
1, 1981. Manuel M. Leibert, West Hartford, Oct. 1, 1979. Mr. A.J. Macchi, Hart- 
ford, Oct. 1, 1979. Joseph F. Petronella, Enfield, Oct. 1, 1980. 



BOARD OF FIREARMS PERMIT EXAMINERS 

(Appointed by the Governor to serve during her term, and until a successor is 
appointed and has qualified, Sec. 29-32b, Gen. Stat. Compensation of members, 
reasonable subsistence and travel allowances. Address: Secv., State Armorv. 360 
Broad St., Hartford 06115.) 

Chm., G. Eric Doerschler, Wethersfield; Secy., Arthur C. Carr, Hartford; Den- 
nis P. DeCarli, Higganum; Jan Swift Durand, Clinton; Capt. Edward W. Formeis- 
ter, Stafford; James H. Heinz, Chief of Police, Orange; James W. Smith, New 
Britain. 



MILITARY DEPARTMENT 

(Adjutant General appointed by the Governor, for four years, and until a succes- 
sor is appointed and has qualified. Sec. 27-19, Gen. Stat. Address: State Armory, 
Hartford 061 15. Tel., 566-7955. For information concerning the Governor's Foot 
Guard, Governor's Horse Guard, the National Guard and Naval Militia, contact 
the Military Dept., Tel., 566-4160.) 

The Adjutant General, MG John F. Freund, Hartford; The Asst. Adjutant Gen- 
eral, BG John F. Gore; Property and Procurement Officer, BG William J. St. John; 
U.S. P. and P.O. for Connecticut, LTC Harold S. Rogozinski; State Judge Advo- 
cate. MAJ David E. Kamins. 



256 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 



STATE ARMORIES 



Ansonia— 5 State St. 06401 
Branford— 87 Montowese St. 06405 
Bristol— 61 Center St. 06010 
Danbury— 54 West St. 06810 
Danielson — Commerce Ave. 06239 
Enfield— Route 5, Mullen Rd. 06082 
Hartford— 360 Broad St. 061 15 
Hartford (Hartford Brainard Airport) 

Airport Rd. 061 14 
Manchester— 330 Main St. 06040 
Meriden— 241 E. Main St. 06450 
Middletown— 70 Main St. 06457 
Naugatuck— Rubber Ave. 06770 
New Britain— 285 Arch St. 0605 1 
New Haven— 290 Goffe St. 065 1 1 
New London — Bayonet St. 06320 
Niantic — Camp Grasso 06357 



Norwalk — New Canaan Ave. 06850 
Norwich — Industrial Park 06360 
Putnam— Keech St. 06260 
Rock ville— West Rd. 06066 
Southington— Woodruff St. 06489 
Stratford— Armory Rd. 06497 
Torrington— 153 So. Main St. 06790 
Wallingford— 135 No. Main St. 

06492 
Waterbury— 64 Field St. 06702, 
Westbrook— Brookside Ave. 06498 
West Hartford — 836 Farmington 

Ave. 061 19 
West Haven— 505 Main St. 06516 
Windsor Locks — Camp Hartell 

06096 



AIR NATIONAL GUARD 

Bradley Field IAP, Windsor Locks 06096— Route 1, Orange 06477 
AVIATION FACILITIES 

Groton — Trumbull Airport, 06340 

Hartford — Brainard Airport, 06114 

Orange — Tactical Control Squadron, Post Rd., 06477 

Windsor Locks — Bradley International Airport, 06096 



FIELD TRAINING SITES 

Windsor Locks, Camp Hartell — Niantic, Camp Grasso — Niantic, Stone's Ranch 
GOVERNOR'S GUARD FACILITIES 

Avon — First Company, Governor's Horse Guard, Route 167, 06001 
Bethany — Second Company, Governor's Horse Guard, Route 69, 06525 
Hartford — First Company, Governor's Foot Guard, 159 High St., 06103 
New Haven — Second Company, Governor's Foot Guard, 267 Goffe St., 0651 1 

OTHER FACILITIES 

Rifle Range, 591 No. High St., East Haven 06512 

Transportation Aircraft Repair Shop, Trumbull Field, Groton 06340 

State Military Depot— Bradley IAP, Windsor Locks 06096 

U.S. Property and Fiscal Office Warehouse— Bradley IAP, Windsor Locks 06096 

OFFICE OF CIVIL PREPAREDNESS 

(Director appointed by the Governor, Sec. 28-2(a), Gen. Stat. Salary, Dir., 
$25,190. Address: State Armory, Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-3180.) 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 257 

Civil Preparedness Dir., Frank Mancuso, Enfield; Chief of Administration, 
Walter J. Scott; Chief of Planning, Operations and Radiological Services, Alan M. 
Hekking; Radiological Defense Officer, Daniel Dienst; Communications and 
Warning Officer, Kenneth G. Lappe; Public Information, Miss Dorothy G. Cole- 
man; Shelter and Industrial Coordinator, Stanley J. Mitz; Supply and Surplus 
Property, Richard Rapacki; Area Coordinators, Henry C. Racki, Area I (New- 
town); Howard Chamberlain, Area II (Meriden); Dwight Pratt, Area III (Rocky 
Hill); Frank Grandone, Area IV (Colchester); Hayden Nichols, Area V (Torring- 
ton); Accountant, Dana Crompton; Training and Education, William B. Cornish; 
Asst. Training Officer, Spanish Speaking, Migdalia Cabrera; Radiological Main- 
tenance and Calibration Facility, 56 St. Clair Ave., New Britain, Officer in Charge, 
Lee Gerlander; Electronics Technician III, Richard Cassada. 

INTERSTATE CIVIL DEFENSE AND DISASTER COMPACT 

(Sec. 28-23, Gen. Stat.) Administrator, Frank Mancuso, Civil Preparedness Di- 
rector. 

OFFICE OF EMERGENCY PLANNING 

(Function of this office is to act as a state counterpart of 'The Federal Prepared- 
ness Agency, General Services Administration"; to develop and maintain a state 
plan for the emergency management of resources compatible with the federal plan, 
and to coordinate and administer federal-state natural disaster activities as directed 
by Federal Disaster Assistance Administration (HUD), Public Law 93-288. Tel., 
566-4338.) 

State Emergency Planning Director, Frank Mancuso. 



DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE SERVICES 

(Appointed by the Governor, with the advice and consent of either House of the 
General Assembly, for four years, Sees. 4-5 — 4-8, Gen. Stat. Salary, Comr., 
$30,483; Deputv Comr., $25,769. Address: 92 Farmington Ave., Hartford 061 15. 
Tel. 566-7120.) 

COMMISSIONER (Tel. 566-7120) 

Comr., Orest T. Dubno, New Haven, March 1, 1983; Deputy Comr., Pasquale 
Barbato, Hamden; Personal Secy, to Comr.. Ellen M. Juhre, Newington; Personal 
Secy, to Deputy Comr., Marjorie Chatterton, East Hartford; Exec. Asst., Nanc\ 
Walters, Hartford; Sr. Tax Consultant, Francis E. Carrigan, West Hartford. 

ADMINISTRATION DIVISION 

Dir., Patrick Marangell, North Haven; Personnel Administrator. Clarence 
Sylvester, VYillimantic; Supvrs., Robert Slattery, Madison; Philip Russo, North 
Haven. 



258 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 

AUDIT DIVISION 

Supvrs., Larry Markey, Danielson; Edward Bajorski, Kensington; Robert 
Brown, Hamden; Lemuel Custis, Wethersfield; Patrick Pelletier, Newington; Dan- 
iel Donnelly, New Britain (East Hartford Office); Lester Julianelle, North Haven 
(New Haven Office); Peter L. Purcell, Jr., Wallingford (Waterbury Office); Charles 
J. Keegan, Trumbull (Bridgeport Office). 

COLLECTION & ENFORCEMENT DIVISION 

Supvrs., Robert Reardon, Windsor; Vincent Corrado, Newington; Philip Sala- 
fia, Norwich; Hans Spalter, Southington; David Wolf, Manchester. 

INHERITANCE TAX DIVISION (Tel. 566-3252) 

1st Asst. Comr., Seymour M. Alpert, West Hartford; Pers. Secy., Martha S. 
Geer, West Simsbury; Chief Inheritance Tax Any., Albert E. Sheary, New Britain; 
Inheritance Tax Attorneys, James Dawson, New Britain; John M. Dunham, West 
Hartford; Frank P. Iodice, Meriden; Morris L. Klein, West Hartford; William J. 
Friedeberg, West Hartford; Richard D. Nicholson, South Windsor; Supvr., Kosrof 
Kerkien, Hartford. 

LEGAL & TECHNICAL SERVICES (Tel. 566-2505) 

Asst. Atty. General, Ralph G. Murphy, Torrington; Dir., Solomon J. Karam, 
New Britain; Secy., Virginia C. Parone, Hartford; Asst. Dir., Terrence J. O'Neil, 
Winsted; Supvrs., George Bonner, New Haven; Philip Driscoll, Avon; Thomas J. 
Kerrigan, Jr., Hartford; Arthur T. O'Brien, East Hartford; Dir., Protests & Hear- 
ings, Thomas Russell, West Hartford. 

MUNICIPAL TAX DIVISION (Tel. 566-8170) 

Dir., Benjamin R. Cholewa, Wethersfield; Asst. Dir., Philomena J. Chiodo, New 
Britain; Research Analyst, Mary T. Winn, Warehouse Point; Municipal Assess- 
ment Supvr., Richard L. Prendergast, Rocky Hill; Municipal Taxation Agent, 
Robert J. Loughlin, New Britain; Municipal Assessment Advisors, Frederick M. 
Chmura, Willimantic; Joseph Haddad, Shelton; Leon J. Jendrzejczyk, Manches- 
ter; John P. Kiely, Orange; Donald W. Zimbouski, Terryville. 

MUNICIPAL FINANCE ADVISORY COMMISSION 

(Appointed by the Governor, Sec. 7-394b, Gen. Stat. Address: 92 Farmington 
Ave., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-2367.) 

Orest T. Dubno, Hartford; Michael D. Duffy, Putnam; Mrs. Marilyn R. Lait- 
man, Stamford; William J. Reynolds, Greenwich; Isaac D. Russell, West Hart- 
ford; Kent Scully, Middletown; Benjamin B. Spragg, Bethel, July 1, 1979. 

OPERATIONS DIVISION 

Supvrs., Donald Pecor, East Hartford; John Hussey, Wethersfield; Robert Ri- 
naldi, Simsbury. 



STATR DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 259 

PERSONAL TAX DIVISION 

Asst. Dir., Seymour Rosenzweig, New Britain; Supvr., Maxwell McGloin, 
Rocky Hill. 

CONNECTICUT COMMISSION ON SPECIAL REVENUE 

(Five members appointed by the Governor, two by the Pres. Pro Tempore of the 
Senate and two by the Speaker of the House, Sec. 12-557, Gen Stat. Salary, Com- 
mission Chm., $12,500; commission members, $10,500; Exec. Secy., $32,518. Ad- 
dress: 1290 Silas Deane Hwy., P.O. Box 224, Wethersfield 06109. Tel., 566-2755.) 

Appointed by the Governor, John F. Downes, Cromwell; Dr. James G. Kellis, 
Fairfield; Demetrios Louziotis, New London, June 30, 1979. Mrs. Gloria M. Mor- 
ris, Willimantic, June 30, 1981. Walter P. Stecko, Hampton, June 30, 1983. 

Appointed by the Senate Minority Leader, Stanley H. Malis, Farmington, June 
30, 1981. Vice Chm., Robert H. Cagenello, Simsbury, June 30, 1983. 

Appointed by the House Minority Leader, Chm., Mrs. Beatrice G. Kowalski, 
Wallingford, June 30, 1983. Frank W. Molinaro, Sr., Danbury, June 30, 1981. 

Exec. Secretary, James M. Fitzgerald, East Hartford; Exec. Dir., State Lottery 
Div., John F. Winchester, Torrington; Asst. Dir., J. Blaine Lewis, Jr., Glaston- 
bury; Exec. Dir., State Off-Track Betting Div., Gregory D. Morrissey, West Ha- 
ven; Asst. Dir., Edward Formichello, West Haven; Exec. Dir., State Racing Div., 
Louis C. Fiocchi, Glastonbury; Asst. Dir., Richard T. Ambrosi, Tolland. 

SPECIAL REVENUE ADVISORY BOARD 

(Sec. 12-574b, Gen. Stat. Compensation of members, actual and reasonable ex- 
penses. Address: Chm., P.O. Box 472, Stonington 06378. Tel., 535-1050, 535- 
1798.) 

Appointed by the Governor, Chm., Jacques D. Wimpfheimer, Stonington; by 
Pres. Pro Tern of the Senate, Philip H. Sagarin, Bridgeport; by Senate Minority 
Leader, George A. Smith, Jr., D.D.S., Greenwich; by Speaker of the House, Ray- 
mond A. Roncari, Windsor Locks; by House Minority Leader, Mrs. D.M. Lucey, 
Litchfield, June 30, 1981. 



DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION 

COMMISSIONER OF TRANSPORTATION (Appointed by the Governor, 
with the advice and consent of either House of the General Assembly, for four 
years, Sec. 4-5—4-8, Gen. Stat.; see Sec. 13b-6. Salarv, Comr., $37,839; Deput\ 
Comr., $34,893. Address: 24Wolcott Hill Rd., Wethersfield 06109. Tel., 566-3477.) 

Comr., Arthur B. Powers, Berlin, March 1, 1983; Secy, to Comr., Miss Patricia 
Casella, New Britain; Exec. Asst., Hugh Manke, Hamden; Exec. Asst.. John P. 
Sullivan, West Hartford; Legislative Liaison, Mrs. Rita O'Connor, Wethersfield; 
Deputy Comr., William J. Wade, Sr., East Hartford; Sec \. to Deputy Comr.. Mrs. 
Norma M. Giguere, New Britain; Dir. of Communications. William E. Kcish, Jr., 
New Haven; Supvr., Management Services, Norman Dupuis, Last Haddam; Gov- 
ernor's Highway Safety Repr., Norman C. Booth, West Hartford; Dir. of Person- 
nel, Daniel S. Muirhead, Newington. 



260 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 

BUREAU OF ADMINISTRATION (Sec. 13b-9, Gen. Stat. Salary, Deputy 
Comr., $22,721. Address: 24 Wolcott Hill Rd., Wethersfield 06109. Tel., 566- 
4748.) 

Deputy Comr., vacancy; Chief Admin. Officer, Edmund J. Mickiewicz, East 
Hartford; Asst. Chief Admin. Officer (Acting), John J. McGill, Norwich; Chief of 
Data Processing, Arthur S.Nowell, East Hartford; Dir. of Fiscal Services (Acting), 
Joseph W. Tambutto, Newington; Asst. Dir. of Fiscal Services (Acting), Evelyn 
Zagorski, South Windsor; Chief Management and Financial Examiner, Robert W. 
Kirschner, Bristol; Dir. of Tolls and Concessions (Acting), David L. Odell, Man- 
chester; Chief of Purchasing and Stores , Edward M. Archibald, Plainville; Equal 
Opportunity Coordinator, John F. Hogan, Meriden; Affirmative Action Coordina- 
tor, Francie Houston, Cromwell; Chief of Property Control, George J. Conkling, 
Jr., Wethersfield; Transportation Counsel, Arnold K. Shimelman, West Hartford; 
Dir. of Rights of Way, Donald G. Leavitt, Newington; Dir. of Staff Services (Act- 
ing), Joseph P. Patterson, Wethersfield. 

BUREAU OF AERONAUTICS (Sec. 13b-40, Gen. Stat. Salary, Deputy 
Comr., $21,636. Address: 24 Wolcott Hill Rd., Wethersfield 06109. Tel., 566- 
4599.) 

Deputy Comr., vacancy; Chief Executive Officer, Robert H. Carrier, Manches- 
ter; Airport Operations Mgr., Robert F. Juliano, Granby; Chief Aeronautics In- 
spector, Lawrence L. Silver, East Granby; Airport Engineer, John A. Girard, 
Noank. 

STATE AIRPORTS— Bradley International Airport, Windsor Locks, Mgr., 
Leo J. Cordier; Trumbull Airport, Groton, Mgr., George M. Roohr; Hartford- 
Brainard Airport, Hartford, Mgr., Leon H.R. Moquin; Danielson Airport, Daniel- 
son, Mgr., William Connor; Waterbury-Oxford Airport, Oxford, Mgr., Peter J. 
Zguzenski; Windham Airport, Willimantic, Mgr., Richard Pealer. 

BUREAU OF HIGHWAYS (Sec. 13b-25, Gen. Stat. Address: 24 Wolcott Hill 
Rd., Wethersfield 06109. Tel., 566-5303.) 

Deputy Comr., Frank M. D'Addabbo, Sr., P.E., New Britain; Transp. Chief 
Engr., Dr. Robert W. Gubala, Rocky Hill. 

Dir. of Engineering, Thomas E. Cressey, Glastonbury; Dir. of Construction, 
Philip J. Stark, New Milford; Dir. of Maintenance, Rudolph J. Supina, Ashford; 
Mgr. of Engineering Services, Clement D. Zawodniak, Wethersfield; Mgr. of 
Traffic (Acting), James J. Rice, Rocky Hill; Mgr. of Design, Edwin J. Fijol, Long- 
meadow, Mass.; Engr. of Municipal Systems, Earle R. Munroe, Wethersfield; 
Chief of Design (State Forces), George H. Hubbard, Milford; Chief of Design 
(Consulting Engineers), Avo T. Ora, Bloomfield; Chief of Design Services , Freder- 
ick C. Chatfield, West Haven; Engr. of Bridges and Structures, John F. Cava- 
naugh, Newington; Chief of Surveys and Mapping, Edward J. Sullivan, Wethers- 
field; Engr. of Utilities, James O. McCaw, Lebanon; Engr. of Soils and 
Foundations, Leon M. Alford, Windsor; Transp. Chief of Materials Testing, Louis 
P. Perricone, North Haven; Chief of Transp. Permits Office, Richard T. Tourville, 
Avon. 

Chief of Roadside Development, Richard F. Burgess, Niantic; Chief of Engi- 
neering Data and Inventory, James C. Spencer, Manchester; Chief of Traffic Engi- 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 261 

neering, vacancy; Chief of Construction, Walter J. Cox, Cromwell. 

DISTRICT NO. 1— ROCKY HILL— 1 107 Cromwell Ave. 06067. Tel., 566- 
4495. District Engr. Mgr., Philip B. Swain, Rocky Hill; Div. Engr.— Surveys and 
Plans, Victor H. Larson, Windsor; Div. Engr.— Construction, Arthur F. Houri- 
han, Newington; District Maintenance Mgr., Raymond W. Mather, West 
Willington. 

DISTRICT NO. 2— NORWICH — 171 Salem Tpke. 06360. Tel., 889-3301. 
District Engr., James F. Burns, North Franklin; Div. Engr. — Surveys and Plans, 
Joseph Gernhard, Ledyard; Div. Engr.— Construction, Donald E. Foley, Franklin; 
District Maintenance Mgr., Raymond G. Main, Ledyard. 

DISTRICT NO. 3— NEW HAVEN — 140 Pond Lily Ave. 06515. Tel., 387- 
2501. District Engr., William E. Delehanty, West Haven; Div. Engr.— Surveys and 
Plans, Lyle B. Whittlesey, New Milford; Div. Engr.— Construction, John B. 
Roger, New Milford; District Maintenance Mgr., James H. Schaedler, Prospect. 

DISTRICT NO. 4— NEW MILFORD— 94 Railroad St. 06776. Tel., 354- 
5501. District Engr., Rowland R. Killingbeck, Ansonia; Div. Engr.— Surveys and 
Plans, Howard M. Hatch, Brookfield; Div. Engr.— Construction, Harold B. Cov- 
in, Brookfield; District Maintenance Mgr. (Acting), John W. Preston, Sharon 

BUREAU OF PLANNING AND RESEARCH (Sec. 13b-8, Gen. Stat. Sal- 
ary, Deputy Comr., $25,265. Address: 24 Wolcott Hill Rd., Wethersfield 06109. 
Tel., 566-5114.) 

Deputy Transp. Comr., William A. Lazarek, Canton; Transp. Dir. of Planning, 
John Drake, East Windsor; Transp. Planning Mgr. (Field Operations), vacancy; 
Transp. Planning Mgr. (Highways), Michael Dengenis, Avon; Transp. Planning 
Mgr. (Mass Transit), Richard L. Leete, South Windsor; Transp. Planning Mgr. 
(Aeronautics) (Acting), Roy T. Perkins, Groton; Transp. Dir. of Research, Charles 
E. Dougan, Enfield; Transp. Dir. of Environmental Planning (Acting), James F. 
Sullivan, Wolcott. 

BUREAU OF PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION (Sec. 13b-33, Gen. Stat. Sal- 
ary, Deputy Comr., $24,930. Address: 24 Wolcott Hill Rd., Wethersfield 06109. 
Tel., 566-4680.) 

Deputy Comr., vacancy; Transp. Chief of Operations , John J. Spaulding, Man- 
chester; Dir. of Rail Operations, William Lynch, Hartford; Dir. of Transit Opera- 
tions, James C. Moran, Cheshire. 

CONNECTICUT PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY 

(Appointed by the Governor, with the consent of both Houses of the General 
Assembly, Sec. 13b-lla, Gen. Stat. Compensation of members, necessary ex- 
penses. Address: 24 Wolcott Hill Rd., Wethersfield 06109. Tel., 566-7044.)' 

Appointed by the Governor, Chm., Robert T. Cairns, Madison, June 30, 1981. 
Mrs. Guilliermina Ayala, Bridgeport; George J. Cahill, New Haven; James P. Do- 
Ian, Bethel; Stuart M. Low, Darien; Dr. Frank J. Rice, Fairfield, June 30, 1981. 
John A. Lankford II, Meriden; Frank M. Merlino, Jr., Stamford; Frank S. Par- 
tridge, Rocky Hill; Terry A. Wakeman, Hampton, Jan. 5, 1983. 

Anthony V. Milano, Secy., Office of Policy and Management; Stanley J. Pac, 
Comr. of Environmental Protection; Leonard E. Krogh, Comr. of Agriculture. 



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264 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 

Harbor Deputy Master Term Expires 

Guilford Eugene R. Norton *June 30, 1977 

Lord's Point (Stonington) Salvator A. Galetta *Sept. 16, 1974 

Madison Vacancy 

Mystic James V. Goodrich June 30, 1979 

New London (Mrs.) Rose Rizzuto June 30, 1981 

Niantic Eugene Schultz June 30, 1979 

Norwalk Ronald E. Kellogg June 30, 1980 

Stamford Walter Long June 30, 1978 

Stonington William A. Pray, Jr. June 30, 1979 

Stratford Robert Croatti June 30, 1 980 

Westbrook David K. Russell June 30, 1 979 

Westport John G. Piper June 30, 1978 

Wethersfield Cove Albert R. Devanney, Jr. June 30, 1979 
*To serve until successor is appointed and qualified. 

STATE BOUNDARY MARKS (Agent appointed by the Governor, Sec. 3-8, 
Gen. Stat. Address: 24 Wolcott Hill Rd., Wethersfield 06109.) 
Authorized Agent, Arthur B. Powers, Comr. of Transportation. 

STATE TRAFFIC COMMISSION 

(Sec. 14-298, Gen. Stat. Compensation of members, none as State Traffic Com- 
mission. Address: William W. Stoeckert, Exec. Secy., 186 Newington Rd., West 
Hartford 06110. Tel., 236-3581.) 

Chm., Arthur B. Powers, Comr. of Transportation; Secy., Donald J. Long, 
Comr. of Public Safety; Benjamin A. Muzio, Comr. of Motor Vehicles. 



UNAFFILIATED STATE AGENCIES, BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS 



ADVISORY COMMISSION ON 
AMERICAN AND FRANCOPHONE CULTURAL AFFAIRS 

(Appointed by the Governor to serve at her pleasure, Exec. Order #23. Address: 
Chm., 38 Harvest La., Bristol 06010. Tel., 583-3791.) 

Chm., Mr. Jean-P. Gingras, Bristol; Robert R. Bisaillon, Waterbury; Ms. 
Rachel Brown, Putnam; Philip A. Cocchiola, West Hartford; Dr. Kenneth A. Les- 
ter, Suffield; Mrs. Arlette Lippincott, Glastonbury; Marcel Roberge, Cromwell. 

COMMISSION ON FIRE PREVENTION AND CONTROL 

(Appointed by the Governor, Sec. 7-323k, Gen. Stat. Address: 294 Colony St., 
Meriden 06450. Tel., 238-6587.) 

Ex-officio voting members, Donald J. Long, State Fire Marshal; Clinton E. 
Tatsch, Ph.D., Exec. Director, State Technical Colleges. 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 265 

Appointed by the Governor, Chm., Chief Philip E. Crombie, South Windsor; 
Vice Chm., Chief Edward F. Fennelly, Hartford; Secy., C. Francis Driscoll, City 
Manager, New London, Aug. 31, 1981. Capt. Charles D. Doll, West Haven; Fire 
Marshal Charles E. Raubeson, West Haven; Lieut. Raymond D. Shea, West Hart- 
ford, Aug. 31, 1980. Brian H. Bauer, New London; Gerald Daley, Middletown; 
Battalion Chief Maurice F. McCarthy, Waterbury; Chief Robert McKeon, Nor- 
wich; Fire Marshal John W. Sullivan, Naugatuck; Richard P. Sylvia, Darien, Aug. 
31, 1981. 

OFFICE OF STATE FIRE ADMINISTRATION 

(Sec. 7-323n, Gen. Stat.) State Fire Administrator, William S. Porter. 

GOVERNORS COMMITTEE ON FITNESS 

(Appointed by the Governor to serve at her pleasure. Compensation, none. Ad- 
dress: Chm., Hamden High School, 2040 Dixwell Ave., Hamden 06514. Tel., 
248-9311.) 

Chm., Joseph F. Bruno, Hamden; Dr. Albert A. Alexander, Manchester; Jonie 
Barnett, Bethany; Kimberly P. Barry, Bethany; Edward Bonello, Norwalk; Ann 
Carpenter, Branford; Luca E. Celentano, M.D., New Haven; Frank DeGregorio, 
East Hartford; Mrs. Florence N. Dempsey, Hartford; John P. Gawlak, Stamford; 
Louis E. Jacobsen, New Haven; Dr. Joseph J. Kristan, Rockville; Dr. Paul Les- 
sack, Waterbury; Edward J. Meyers, Vernon; Lindy Remigino, Newington; Allan 
Rubin, Hamden. 

GREATER HARTFORD FLOOD COMMISSION 

(Appointed by the Governor, Special Acts, November Special Session, 1955, 
No. 72, as amended by Special Act No. 292, 1957. Compensation of members, 
necessary expenses. Address: 525 Main St., Hartford 06103. Tel., 566-6238.) 

Chm., Harold F. Keith, West Hartford; Secy., H. Ward Pinney, Bloomfield; 
Harry R. Holland, Newington; Mario Navarra, Hartford; Aldo P. Provera, Hart- 
ford; Leo Pugliese, Hartford; vacancy. 

Director, George E. Heppner; Counsel, Hubert Santos. 

JUDICIAL REVIEW COUNCIL 

(Sec. 51-51k, Gen. Stat. Address: Exec. Director, 843 Main St. (P.O. Box 308), 
Manchester 06040.) Judge James M. Higgins, Higganum, June 20, 1979. Hon. 
Arthur H. Healey, New Haven, June 20, 1981. Judge Howard J. Moraghan, New 
Milford, June 20, 1983. 

Appointed by the Governor, Chm., Leo B. Flaherty, Jr., Vernon, June 20, 1981. 
Mrs. Evelyn M. Conley, Stratford, June 20, 1985. William E. Evans, Wolcott, June 
20, 1985. Mrs. John G. Lee, Mystic, June 20, 1981. John E. Donnellv, M.D., West 
Hartford, June 20, 1983. Mrs. Ethel S. Sorokin, West Hartford, June 20, 1983. 

Exec. Director, John D. LaBelle, Manchester. 



266 STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 

COMMISSIONERS OF THE METROPOLITAN DISTRICT WITHIN 
THE COUNTY OF HARTFORD 

(Appointed by the Governor and municipalities, Special Act No. 73, 1975 and 
71-77. Compensation, none. Address: P.O. Box 800, 555 Main Street, Hartford 
06101. Tel., 278-7850.) 

Frederick G. Adams, Hartford, Dec. 31, 1984; Maryellen F. Andersen, Newing- 
ton, Dec. 31, 1984; M. Peter Barry, Wethersfield, Dec. 31, 1984; Isadore Y. Case, 
Bloomfield, Dec. 31, 1984; Edward Cohen, Newington, Dec. 31, 1980; Edward M. 
Curtin, Jr., Hartford, Dec. 31, 1984; Gertrude M. Cwikla, Hartford, Dec. 31, 1984; 
Merriam Davis, Windsor, Dec. 31, 1980; William A. DiBella, Hartford, Dec. 31, 
1980; Earle G. Donegan, Windsor, Dec. 31, 1982; Martha Elliott, Hartford, Dec. 
31, 1982; Saul Kovarsky, Hartford, Dec. 31, 1980; Louis G. LaPorto, Rocky Hill, 
Dec. 31, 1982; Norman C. Malone, Windsor, Dec. 31, 1984; Charles E. Mc- 
Donough, Hartford; Dec. 31, 1982; Paul W. Mikell, Bloomfield, Dec. 31, 1982; 
Albert E. Miller, Hartford, Dec. 31, 1980; James D. Mirabile, East Hartford, Dec. 
31, 1984; Elene R. Needelman, Bloomfield, Dec. 31, 1980; Paul M. Ritter, Hart- 
ford, Dec. 31, 1984; John J. Rossi, Wethersfield, Dec. 31, 1982; John W. Shaugh- 
nessy, Jr., East Hartford, Dec. 31, 1982; Richard M. Torpey, East Hartford, Dec. 
31, 1980; Donald J. Vigneau, East Hartford, Dec. 31, 1980; (one vacancy); John J. 
Grady, New Britain (with vote on water matters only). 

Dist. Chairman, William A. DiBella; Vice Chairman, Earle G. Donegan; Dist. 
Manager, Bernard A. Batycki; Dist. Counsel, Bourke G. Spellacy; Dist. Treasurer, 
Robert N. French; Dist. Clerk, John J. Bartizek, Jr.; Exec. Secy., Michael G. 
Angelo. 

PERMANENT COMMISSION ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN 

(Sec. 46a- 1, Gen. Stat. Salary, Exec. Dir., $23,843. Compensation of members, 
necessary expenses. Address: 6 Grand St., Hartford 06115. Tel., 566-5702.) 

Appointed by the Governor, Shirley Raissi Bysiewicz, Middletown, June 30, 
1980. Thomas I. Emerson, New Haven, June 30, 1979. Barbara Lifton, Hamden, 
June 30, 1981. Helen Z. Pearl, New Britain, June 30, 1982. Lorraine Vozzo, West 
Haven, June 30, 1983. 

Appointed by the Pres. Pro Tempore of the Senate, Chp., Lucy Johnson, Old 
Greenwich, June 30, 1981. Mary F. Johnston, Waterbury, June 30, 1983. Minerva 
H. Neiditz, West Hartford, June 30, 1982. Chase Going Woodhouse, Baltic, June 
30, 1980. 

Appointed by the Speaker of the House, Vice Chp., Flora Parisky, Hartford, 
June 30, 1982. Diane Alverio, Hartford, June 30, 1981. Dorothy Billington, 
Bloomfield, June 30, 1983. Mary Erlanger, Redding, June 30, 1980. 

Exec. Director, Susan Bucknell, Hartford. 

SOLDIERS, SAILORS AND MARINES' FUND 

(Sec. 27-138, Gen. Stat. Salary, Adm., $22,094; Asst., $18,157. Address: 645 
Farmington Ave., Hartford 06105. Tel., 566-2260.) 
Administrator, William J. Pomfret, Asst. Administrator, Thomas J. Sweeney. 
Board of Trustees, Henry E. Parker, State Treasurer. 



STATE DEPTS. AND RELATED AGENCIES, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS 267 

STATE CHEMISTS 

(Appointed by the Governor, for two years, Sec. 4-22, Gen. Stat. Compensation 
of members, none. Address: Secy., 1 1 1 Lakewood Cir. So., Manchester 06040.) 

Secv., I. Laird Newell, Manchester, June 25, 1980. J. Gordon Hanna, Hamden, 
March 24, 1980. 

TEACHERS' RETIREMENT BOARD 

(Sec. 10-163, Gen. Stat. Salary, Secy., $23,172-$27,484. Compensation of mem- 
bers, necessary expenses. Address: Secy., Room 202, State Office Bldg., Hartford 
06115. Tel., 566-3241.) 

Ex-officio, David H. Neiditz, Banking Comr.; Joseph C. Mike, Insurance 
Comr.; Mark R. Shedd, Comr. of Education. 

Elected by the Retirement Assoc, Chm., Rosalyn Schoonmaker, Oxford, July 1 . 
1981. Norine F. Kennedy, Bridgeport, July 1, 1979. Secy., vacancy. 

VETERANS' BONUS APPEAL BOARD 

(Sec. 27-140k, Gen. Stat. Address: Chm., State Armory, Hartford 06115.) 
Chm., Maj. Gen. John F. Freund, Adjutant General; J. Edward Caldwell, State 
Comptroller; Robert W. Pratt, Conn. Board of Higher Education. 



COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS IN CONNECTICUT 
FOR OTHER STATES 

MAINE. — Robert W. Gordon, Manchester. 

NEW JERSEY.— Camille R. Rorant, Greenwich. 

NEW YORK. — Raymond E. Blank, Bridgeport; Joseph A. Izzillo, Greenwich; 

Frank A. Kelly, Jr., Hartford; Laureen T. McCann, West Hartford; Ann F. 

Reardon, Portland; George R. Reid, Wilton; Michael F. Ross, New Haven; 

Rachel E. Smith, Manchester; Jeannette M. Souza, South Windsor; Robert N. 

Talarico, Danbury. 



COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS FOR THE STATE OF 
CONNECTICUT IN OTHER STATES 

(Sec. 4-21, Gen. Stat.) 

COLORADO.— Maurice R. Franks, Silver Cliff. 

ILLINOIS.— Martin H. Braden, Chicago. 

MARYLAND. — John Edward Mclnerney, Largo. 

MASSACHUSETTS. — Raymond F. Catuogno, Northampton; Miss Theresa A. 
Ferrin, Longmeadow; Francis J. La Belle, Chicopee; Maureen McGowan, 
Springfield; Frederick W. Miller, Southwick. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE.— David H. Johnson, Marlboro. 

NEW JERSEY. — Graham S. McLean, Kearney; Darlene Orlov, Elizabeth; Rob- 
ert J. Roebling, South Orange; Walter A. Roman, East Newark. 

NEW YORK.— Winston A. Alleyne, New York, N. Y.; Wallace A. Aru, Orange; 
Mildred L. Berselli, Staten Island; William H. Bertin, Scarsdale; Ms. Dorothy 
C. Bidwell, Greenburgh; Edgar J. Bitz, Port Chester; Mrs. Josephine Bogdanski, 
Port Chester; Mrs. Rosemary Boylan, New York, N. Y.; Steven M. Brown, Wil- 
liston Park; Mary Jo Cisternino, Scarsdale; William R. Delange, David P. Delia 
Penta, White Plains; Miss Marilyn C. Domenech, Valley Cottage; Miss Carol 
A. Floramo, East Chester; Louis A. Guzzetti, Jr., New York, N.Y.; Frank E. 
Healey, Holmes; John T. Hennessy, Bronx; Dorothy V. Jenkins, Rye; Marie B. 
Johnson, Hartsdale; Vincent J. Kain, Pelham; Warren A. Kakos, White Plains; 
Robert E. Kirk, Valhalla; Charles B. Lesnick, Glen Cove; Frank A. Lippman, 
Scarsdale; Monroe Y. Mann, Port Chester; John J. McGuinness, Rockland; 
Robert J. McKeever, Westchester; Terry Partin, Scarborough; Philip E. Picker, 
Spring Valley; Dominick D. Pierro, Port Chester; Mrs. Marjorie Roberts, Har- 
rison; Walter A. Roman, Hudson; Louis Arthur Royce, Peekskill; William C. 
Shayne, New York, N.Y.; Russell J. Shaw, Port Chester; Henrietta Hedy Tar- 
anto, Pelham Manor; Miss Barbara Thomas, Peekskill; Roberta V. Wittenberg, 
Ardsley; William C. Young, Port Chester. 

RHODE ISLAND. — Chester J. Collier, Providence; Mrs. Jeanne E. Cooper, 
Foster; Mrs. Ann M. Haber, Warwick; William A. Konturas, Westerly; James 
J. Mackin, Westerly; Rafael Mena, North Kings Town; Paul D. Nunes, Wes- 
terly; Mrs. Alice S. Phillips, Providence; Mrs. Shirley Ann Rae, Misquamicut; 
Roger G. Scott, Anthony J. Serio, Westerly; Richard E. Webb, Providence. 



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STATE GOVERNMENT— JUDICIAL 



STATE COURTS 



(Justices of the Supreme Court and Judges of the Superior Court are appointed 
by the General Assembly, on nomination by the Governor, for terms of eight 
years.) 

SUPREME COURT 

Chief Justice (Salary, $44,000), John P. Cotter, West Hartford; office, Supreme 
Court Bldg., Hartford, April 24, 1978-1986. 

Justices (Salary, $40,000), Alva P. Loiselle, Willimantic; office, Supreme Court 
Bldg., Hartford, May 14, 1971-1987. Joseph W. Bogdanski, Meriden; office, Su- 
preme Court Bldg., Hartford, December 2, 1972-1980. Joseph S. Longo, Norwich; 
office, Supreme Court Bldg., Hartford, March 1 1, 1975-February 7, 1983. John A. 
Speziale, Torrington; office, Supreme Court Bldg., Hartford, May 6, 1977-1985. 
Ellen A. Peters, Hamden; office, Supreme Court Bldg., Hartford, April 24, 1978- 
1986. 

Chief Court Administrator (A Justice of the Supreme Court, appointed by the 
General Assembly, on nomination by the Governor, salary, $42,000), John A. Spe- 
ziale, April 24, 1978-1982. Supreme Court Bldg., Hartford, P.O. address, Drawer 
N, Station A, Hartford 06106. 

Reporter of Judicial Decisions, Atty. Donald H. Dowling, Deputy Reporter of 
Judicial Decisions, Atty. Kathryn Miller, until July 1, 1979; Supreme Court Bldg., 
Hartford. Clerk at Hartford, Atty. Thomas H. Abraham, 95 Washington St., 
Hartford; P.O. address, P.O. Box Z, Station A, Hartford 06106. (Each Clerk of the 
Superior Court is also Clerk of the Supreme Court for his county.) Adm. Asst. to 
Reporter of Judicial Decisions, Francis J. Drumm, Jr., Supreme Court Bldg., 
Hartford; P.O. address, Drawer N, Station A, Hartford 06106. 

Terms. — Terms of the Supreme Court are held at Hartford on the first Tuesday 
of each month except July, August and September. 

COMMISSION ON OFFICIAL LEGAL PUBLICATIONS.— (Sec. 51-16, 
Gen. Stat.) Chm., Ex-officio, John P. Cotter, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court; 
Howard W. Alcorn, State Referee, Suffield; John A. Speziale, Justice, Chief Court 
Administrator, Torrington; Donald H. Dowling, Reporter of Judicial Decisions, 
West Hartford; Joseph J. Keefe, Exec. Secy., Judicial Dept., West Hartford. 

Publishing Agent, Joseph J. Keefe, Supreme Court Bldg., Hartford, P.O. ad- 
dress, Drawer N, Station A, Hartford 06106. Supvr: of Printing and Distribution, 
John J. Sweeney, Jr., 78 Meadow St., East Hartford 06108. 



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270 



JUDICIAL 



SUPERIOR COURT 

(As of March 1, 1979.) 
JUDGES (Salary $28,500-$38,500.) 



Name 

Arthur H. Healey 
Leo Parskey 
Anthony J. Armentano 
David M. Shea 
Robert A. Wall 
Douglass B. Wright 
Paul J. Driscoll 
Samuel J. Tedesco 
Anthony E. Grillo 
Harold M. Mulvey 
Joseph F. Dannehy 
Robert J. Testo 
Thomas J. O'Sullivan 
Kenneth J. Zarrilli 
Henry J. Naruk 
George A. Saden 
T.Clark Hull 
Robert I. Berdon 
Angelo G. Santaniello 
John F. Shea, Jr. 
John J. Daly 
William L. Hadden, Jr. 
Francis J. O'Brien 
Maurice J. Sponzo 
Harold H. Dean 
Lester H. Aaronson 
Luke F. Martin 
Robert J. Callahan 
Robert L. Levister 
William C. Bieluch 
Mary Fitzgerald Aspell 
James F. Henebry 
Francis R. Quinn 
John N. Reynolds 
Milton J. Herman 
Philip E. Mancini, Jr. 
Joseph H. Goldberg 
Daniel F. Spallone 
Milton H. Belinkie 
C. Perrie Phillips 
John M. Fitzgerald 
Roman J. Lexton 
Margaret C. Driscoll 



Residence 

New Haven 

Bloomfield 

Hartford 

Hartford 

Harwinton 

West Hartford 

Norwich 

Fairfield 

Hamden 

New Haven 

Willimantic 

Bridgeport 

Orange 

Bridgeport 

Middletown 

Bridgeport 

Danbury 

Branford 

New London 

Manchester 

Hartford 

Hamden 

Meriden 

West Hartford 

Darien 

New Haven 

Thomaston 

Norwalk 

Stamford 

Hartford 

West Hartford 

Waterbury 

Jewett City 

Hamden 

Bridgeport 

Woodbridge 

Norwich 

Deep River 

Bridgeport 

Hamden 

Hartford 

New Britain 

Bridgeport 



Term 

1965— April 5, 1981 
1965— June 30, 1981 
1965— August 3 1,1 981 
1966— December 31, 1981 
1966— December 31, 1981 
1966— December 31, 1981 
1966— July 20, 1982 
1966— August 12, 1982 
1967— May 30, 1983 
1968— December 3 1,1 983 
1968— September 23, 1984 
1969— June 30, 1985 
1969— November 12, 1985 
1969— March 2, 1987 
1970— April 20, 1986 
1971— May 13, 1987 
1973— May 31, 1981 
1973— June 30, 1981 
1973— July 31, 1981 
1973— August 31, 1981 
1973— September 30, 1981 
1974— February 11, 1983 
1974— February 11,1983 
1974— February 11,1983 
1974— February 11,1983 
1975— April 22, 1983 
1975— March 9, 1984 
1976— February 8, 1985 
1976— February 8, 1985 
1976— February 8, 1985 
1977— April 15, 1985 
1977— May 5, 1985 
1977— March 14, 1986 
1977— March 14, 1986 
1978— March 14, 1986 
1978— March 14, 1986 
1978— March 14,1986 
1978— March 5, 1986 
1978— March 22, 1986 
1978— June 30, 1986 
1978— June 30, 1986 
1978— June 30, 1986 
1978— June 30, 1986 





JUDICIAL 








Name 


Residence 




Term 




Norton M. Levine 


New Haven 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


Donald T. Dorsey 


Meriden 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


Rodney S. Eielson 


Norwalk 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


Nicholas F. Armentano 


Stafford Springs 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


Joseph J. Chernauskas 


Oxford 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


Joseph A. Adorno 


Middletown 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


Alvin G. Rottman 


Milford 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


Frederica S. Brenneman 


Glastonbury 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


Michael P. Conway 


Baltic 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


Robert D. Glass 


Oakville 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


William S. Ewing, Jr. 


Wethersfield 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


Thomas H. Corrigan 


Hartford 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


John Ottaviano, Jr. 


New Haven 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


Joseph F. Morelli 


New Britain 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


Howard J. Moraghan 


New Milford 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


Simon Bernstein 


Bloomfield 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


Burton J. Jacobson 


Fairfield 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


JoAnne K. Kulawiz 


Orange 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


William D. Graham 


Hartford 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


Frank J. Kinney, Jr. 


New Haven 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


Edward F. Stodolink 


Stratford 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


Milton A. Fishman 


Rocky Hill 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


Martin L. McKeever 


Orange 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


Leonard W. Dorsey 


New Britain 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


Harry W. Edelberg 


Madison 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


Thomas J. O'Donnell 


Bristol 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


M. Morgan Kline 


Bloomfield 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


G. Sarsheld Ford 


Fairfield 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


Alfred V.Covello 


West Hartford 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


Donald W. Celotto 


Woodbridge 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


Barry R. Schaller 


Branford 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


James M. Higgins 


Higganum 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


Walter M. Pickett, Jr. 


New Preston 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


Stanley Novack 


Stamford 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


Harry Hammer 


Rockville 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


Paul J. Falsey 


New Haven 


1978- 


-June 30. 


1986 


Robert Satter 


Neuington 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


Frances Allen 


Glastonbury 


1978- 


-June 30. 


1986 


Nicholas A. Cioffi 


Norwalk 


1978- 


-June 30. 


1986 


Hugh C, Curran 


Bridgeport 


1978- 


-June 30. 


I9S6 


John D. Brennan 


East Hartford 


1978- 


-June 30. 


1986 


Sidney S. Landau 


Stamford 


1978- 


-June 30, 


1986 


Francis X. Henness\ 


Windsor 


1978- 


-June 30. 


19S6 


Aaron Ment 


Fairfield 


1978- 


-June 30. 


19S6 


Eugene T. Kelly 


Manchester 


1978- 


-June 30. 


19S6 


Julius J. kremski 


\eu Britain 


1978- 


-June 30. 


1986 


William J. McGrath 


\ airfield 


1978- 


-June 30. 


1986 



271 



272 

Name 

William B. Ramsey 
Arthur L. Spada 
Norman A. Buzaid 
Antoinette L. Dupont 
James T. Healey 
L. Scott Melville 
Robert J. Hale 
Albert W. Cretella, Jr. 
David M. Borden 
Martin L. Nigro 
Edward Y. O'Connell 
Mary R. Hennessey 
Seymour L. Hendel 
John P. Miaocco, Jr. 
PaulM. Foti 
NorrisL. O'Neill 
Brian E. O'Neill 
Samuel S. Freedman 
William J. Sullivan 
William P. Murray 
Patricia A. Geen 
Herbert Barall 
Ronald J. Fracasse 



JUDICIAL 






Residence 




Term 


New Haven 


1978- 


-June 30, 1986 


Hartford 


1978- 


-June 30,1986 


Danbury 


1978- 


-June 30, 1986 


New London 


1978- 


-June 30, 1986 


Waterbury 


1978- 


-June 30, 1986 


Bridgeport 


1978- 


-June 30, 1986 


Glastonbury 


1978- 


-June 30, 1986 


North Haven 


1978- 


-June 30, 1986 


West Hartford 


1978- 


-June 30, 1986 


Greenwich 


1978- 


-June 30, 1986 


Wethersfield 


1978- 


-June 30, 1986 


Hartford 


1978- 


-June 30, 1986 


New London 


1978- 


-June 30, 1986 


Bridgeport 


1978- 


-June 30, 1986 


Bran ford 


1978- 


-June 30, 1986 


West Hartford 


1978- 


-February 6, 1987 


Wethersfield 


1978- 


-February 6, 1987 


Westport 


1978- 


-February 6, 1987 


Waterbury 


1978- 


-February 6, 1987 


Bloomfield 


1979- 


-February 6, 1987 


Redding 


1979- 


-January 28, 1987 


East Hartford 


1979- 


-February 21, 1987 


Cheshire 


1979- 


-February 23, 1987 



Senior Judges, Superior Court (Sec. 51-165, Gen. Stat.) 



Name 


Residence 




Term 


Louis George 


Danbury 


1976- 


-November 22, 1985 


Edward C. Hamill 


Norwich 


1977- 


-April 22, 1983 


Jay E. Rubinow 


Manchester 


1977- 


-June 30, 1983 


Walter J. Sidor 


West Hartford 


1977- 


-December 31, 1981 


John M. Alexander 


Windsor 


1977- 


-October 11, 1981 


Harold M. Missal 


Bristol 


1978- 


-April 22, 1983 


Henry J. DeVita 


New Haven 


1978- 


-Julv24, 1980 


Michael J. Sicilian 


Fairfield 


1978- 


-June 30, 1986 


Philip M. Dwyer 


Mansfield Center 


1978- 


-June 30, 1986 


David H. Jacobs 


Meriden 


1977- 


-March 14, 1986 



State Referees, Supreme Court and Superior Court (Sec. 52-434, Gen. Stat.) — 
*Samuel Mellitz, Fairfield; *Abraham S. Bordon, West Hartford; *J. Howard 
Roberts, Thomaston; *Raymond E. Baldwin, Middletown; Vine R. Parmelee, Sar- 
asota, Fla.; James C. Shannon, Bridgeport; *James E. Murphy, Bridgeport; *Sid- 
ney A. Johnson, Fairfield; * Philip R. Pastore, New Haven; *James P. Doherty, 
Hamden; *Raymond J. Devlin, Branford; *Howard W. Alcorn, Suffield; *Samuel 
S. Googel, West Hartford; *John R. Thim, Hamden; *Joseph E. Klau, Bloomfield; 



JUDICIAL 273 

*Elmer W. Ryan, Orange; *John Clark FitzGerald, Woodbridge; Michael Radin, 
Avon; *Norman M. Dube, New Haven; *Louis Shapiro, Farmington; *Herbert S. 
MacDonald, North Haven; *William P. Barber, Putnam; *William L. Tierne\. 
Greenwich; *Max H. Reicher, New Britain; *Archibald H. Tunick, Greenwich; 
*A. Frederick Mignone, Hamden; *John J. Bracken, Hartford; *Henry J. Gold- 
berg, West Hartford; *Charles S. House, Manchester; *Eli L. Cramer, Norwich; 
*Simon S. Cohen, West Hartford; *Irving Levine. Bridgeport; *Paul J. Driscoll 
(from May 14, 1979), Norwich; *Michael J. Sicilian (from June 10, 1979), Fair- 
Held; Robert A. Wall (from September 12, 1979), Harwinton; David H. Jacobs 
(from October 3, 1979), Meriden; Nicholas F. Armentano (from January 30, 1980), 
Stafford Springs; George A. Saden (from April 15, 1980), Bridgeport; Philip M. 
Dwyer (from April 29, 1980), Mansfield Center. 

State Referees, Court of Common Pleas (Sec. 52-434, Gen. Stat.) — *George E. 
Kinmonth, Mystic; *Michael A. Ciano, Waterbury; *John A. Membrino, Water- 
bury; J. Robert Lacey, Southington. 

Retired Judge from Court of Common Pleas. Stanley A. Yesukiewicz, Enfield. 
State Referees. Juvenile Court. — *John F. McLinden. Southburv; *Thomas D. 
Gill, West Hartford. 

State Referees, Circuit Court (Sec. 52-434, Gen. Stat.)— Erving Pruyn. Charles- 
ton, S.C.; *John J. Sullivan, Jr., West Haven; George Wise, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; 
Bernard A. Kosicki, Middletown; *Alfred A. Toscano, New Haven; Searls Dear- 
ington, Danielson; *Luke H. Stapleton, Florida; *Max M. Savitt. Farmington. 



•State Trial Referees by appointment from Chief Justice for one year from July 1 , 1978. 

Exec. Secy.. Judicial Dept.. (Appointed by Chief Court Administrator, Sec. 51- 
8, Gen. Stat.) Joseph J. Keefe, Supreme Court Bldg.. Hartford; P.O. address. 
Drawer N, Station A, Hartford 06106. Tel. 566-5914. 



SUPERIOR COURT OFFICERS 
JUDICIAL DISTRICTS 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF HARTFORD-NEW BRITAIN —(Towns of 
Avon. Berlin. Bloomfield, Bristol, Burlington, Canton. East Granby. East Hart- 
ford. East Windsor. Enfield, Farmington. Glastonbury. Granbs, Hartford. Hart- 
kind. Manchester. Marlborough. New Britain. Newington. Plainville. PUmouth. 
Rock) Hill, Simsbury, Southington, South Windsor, Suffield, West Hartford. 
Wctherslield, Windsor. Windsor Locks.) Address at Hartford: Court House. 95 
Washington St. (Drawer D, Station A), Hartford 06106. Tel. 566-3170. Chief 
Clerk. Thomas H. Abraham; Deputy Chief Clerk. Lucian J. Jachimowicz; Slate J 
Ally.. George D. Stoughton; Domestic Relations Supvr.. Robert I. Patterson; Of- 
ficial Reporter. Allan Liljehult; Bureau of Support. Agnes Ahem. Clerk, until 
April 1. 1979; Paul M. Palten, Petitioner's Rep.: Jury Comrs., Thomas H. Abra- 
ham, Mrs. Helena L. Davis. Mrs Catherine Za//aro. Samuel N. Rosensteift. 
Philip Coleman. Mrs. Betty- Lou Dorin. 



274 JUDICIAL 

Address at New Britain: Court House, 177 Columbus Blvd., New Britain 06051 . 
Tel. 827-7133. Chief Clerk, Jeanette Carrozzella. 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF NEW HAVEN.— (Towns of Bethany, Branford, 
Cheshire, East Haven, Guilford, Hamden, Madison, Meriden, New Haven, North 
Branford, North Haven, Wallingford, West Haven, Woodbridge.) Address: Court 
House, 235 Church St., New Haven 06510. Tel. 789-7908. Chief Clerk, Nicholas J. 
Cimmino; Deputy Chief Clerk, John Veray; State's Atty., Arnold Markle; Domes- 
tic Relations Supvr., Bernard Christianson; Official Reporter, Robert R. Lyman; 
Bureau of Support, Margaret Maley, Clerk; Edward L. Reynolds, Petitioner's 
Rep.; Jury Comrs., Nicholas J. Cimmino, Mrs. Charlotte Brick, Meyer Goldman. 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF WATERBURY.— (Towns of Bethlehem, Middle- 
bury, Naugatuck, Prospect, Southbury, Thomaston, Waterbury, Watertown, Wol- 
cott, Woodbury.) Address: Court House, 300 Grand St., Waterbury 06720. Tel. 
757-8306. Chief Clerk, Francis J. Butler; Deputy Chief Clerk. John J. Phelan; 
State's Atty., Francis M. McDonald; Domestic Relations Supvr., Alphonse Pelosi; 
Official Reporter, Arthur E. HafTner; Bureau of Support, Frederick N. Klocker, 
Clerk; Richard J. Joseph, Petitioner's Rep. 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF FAIRFIELD.— (Towns of Bridgeport, Darien, 
Easton, Fairfield, Greenwich, Monroe, New Canaan, Norwalk, Stamford, Strat- 
ford, Trumbull, Weston, Westport, Wilton.) Address: Court House, 1061 Main St. 
(P.O. Box 1 10), Bridgeport 06604. Tel. 579-6527. Chief Clerk, Bernard J. Luckart; 
Deputy Chief Clerk, Sanford D. Katz; State's Atty., Donald A. Browne; Domestic 
Relations Supvr., Michael A. DeLuca; Official Reporter, John Carreiro; Bureau of 
Support, vacancy, Clerk; Linda L. LaMacchia, Petitioner's Rep.; Jury Comrs., 
Bernard J. Luckart, A. Milton George, Edward R. McPadden, Edward O'Shea, 
Dorinda Pizone, Mrs. Margaret Rotella. 

Address at Stamford: Court House, 123 Hoyt St. (P.O. Box 3245, Ridgeway 
Station), Stamford 06905. Tel. 348-7553. Chief Clerk, John J. P. Ryan; Domestic 
Relations Supvr., James J. Murphy; Official Reporter, Abraham Kiven; Bureau of 
Support. Abigail Moehring, Clerk; E. Gaynor Brennan, Jr., Petitioner's Rep. 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LITCHFIELD— (Towns of Barkhamsted, 
Bridgewater, Canaan, Colebrook, Cornwall, Goshen, Harwinton, Kent, Litchfield, 
Morris, New Hartford, New Milford, Norfolk, North Canaan, Roxburv. Salis- 
bury, Sharon, Torrington, Warren, Washington, Winchester.) Address: Court 
House (P.O. Box 247), Litchfield 06759. Tel. 567-0885. Chief Clerk, David C. Bris- 
tol: State's Atty.. Dennis A. Santore; Domestic Relations Supvr.. Edward D. 
Kenny: Official Reporter. James W. Hopkins; Bureau of Support. David C. Bris- 
tol, Clerk; Michael A. Merati, Petitioner's Rep.; Jury Comrs.. David C. Bristol, 
James A. Bernard, Mrs. Kathryn DeNiccola, Guy DiMichele, Henry Po/./etta. 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF MIDDLESEX— (Towns of Chester, Clinton, 
Cromwell, Deep River, Durham, East Haddam, East Hampton, Essex, Haddam, 
Killingworth, Middlefield, Middletown, Old Saybrook, Portland, Westbrook.) 
Address: Court House, 265 DeKoven Dr., Middletown 06457. Tel. 344-2966. Chief 
Clerk. Frank M. Goet/; State's Atty.. John T. Red way; Domestic Relations 
Supvr.. Richard J. Poplawski: Official Reporter. Bradford L. Collins; Bureau of 
Support. Doris Bongiorno, Clerk (90 Court St., Middletown): Joseph P. Brans- 
lield, Jr.. Petitioner's Rep.; Jury Comrs.. Frank M. Goet/, Margaret S. Wolf. J. 



JUDICIAL 275 

Russell Ward. 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF NEW LONDON— (Towns of Bozrah, Colches- 
ter, East Lyme, Franklin, Griswold, Groton, Lebanon, Ledyard, Lisbon, Lyme, 
Montville, New London, North Stonington, Norwich, Old Lyme, Preston, Salem, 
Sprague, Stonington, Voluntown, Waterford.) Address: Court House (P.O. Box 
1087), Norwich 06360. Tel. 887-3515. Chief Clerk, Frederick Mahler; Deputy 
Chief Clerk, Orrin Carashick; State's Atty., C. Robert Satti; Domestic Relations 
Supvr., Roland Hicks; Official Reporter, John B. Shea; Bureau of Support, Orrin 
Carashick, Clerk; Timothy R. Cummings, Petitioner's Rep.\ Jury Comrs., Freder- 
ick Mahler, Edward W. Leonard, William GanglorT. 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF TOLLAND.— (Towns of Andover, Bolton, Co- 
lumbia, Coventry, Ellington, Hebron, Mansfield, Somers, Stafford, Tolland, Un- 
ion, Vernon, Willington.) Address: Court House (P.O. Box 510), Rockville 06066. 
Tel. 875-6294. Chief Clerk, Elaine Mrosek; State's Atty., Donald B. Caldwell; 
Domestic Relations Supvr., Lorraine H. Hansen; Official Reporter, Shirley P. 
Whitehead; Bureau of Support, Elaine Mrosek, Clerk; Katherine Y. Hutchinson, 
Petitioner's Rep.; Jury Comrs., Elaine Mrosek, Mrs. Emma L. Gill, Mrs. Ruth E. 
Lojzim. 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF WINDHAM— (Towns of Ashford, Brooklyn. 
Canterbury, Chaplin, Eastford, Hampton, Killingly, Plainfield, Pomfret, Putnam, 
Scotland, Sterling, Thompson, Windham, Woodstock.) Address: 155 Church St. 
(P.O. Box 191), Putnam 06260. Tel. 928-7749. Chief Clerk, Richard C. Noren; 
State's Atty., Harry S. Gaucher, Jr.; Domestic Relations Supvr., Joseph J. Nash; 
Official Reporter, William M. Sullivan; Bureau of Support, Richard C. Noren, 
Clerk; Raymond J. Chabot, Petitioner's Rep.; Jury Comrs., Richard C. Noren, 
Leo C. Tetreault, Mrs. Kathleen W. Roan. 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF ANSONIA-MILFORD— (Towns of Ansonia, 
Beacon Falls, Derby, Milford, Orange, Oxford, Sevmour, Shelton.) Address: 14 
W. River St. (P.O. Box 210), Milford 06460. Tel. 877-4293. Chief Clerk, James E. 
Sheeny; State's Atty., John Kelly; Official Reporter, Alice Masterson; Bureau of 
Support, James E. Sheehy, Clerk. 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF DANBURY — (Towns of Bethel, Brookfield, 
Danbury, New Fairfield, Newtown, Redding, Ridgefield, Sherman.) Address: 
Court House, 71 Main St., Danbury 06810. Tel. 797-4400. Chief Clerk, Geraldine 
M. McNamara; State's Atty., Walter D. Flanagan; Domestic Relations Supvr., 
Paul J. Conroy; Official Reporter, Ronald DeSimone; Bureau of Support, Geral- 
dine M. McNamara, Clerk. 



GEOGRAPHICAL AREAS (GA's) 

G.A. #1. — (Towns of Darien, Greenwich, Stamford.) Address: 115 Hoyt St., 
Stamford 06905. Tel., 359-1600. Clerk. Steven G. Weiss; Asst. State's Atty., Leo 
Kivell; Bail Comr.. James Bosilevas; Family Relations Officer, John E. Brennan. 

G.A. #2. — (Towns of Bridgeport, Easton, Fairfield, Monroe, Stratford, Trum- 
bull.) Address: 172 Golden Hill St., Bridgeport 06604. Tel., 579-6570. Clerk, Jo- 



276 JUDICIAL 

seph D. D'Alesio; Asst. State's Attys., John D. Ward, Robert J. Sabo; Bail Comr., 
Donald A. Brown; Family Relations Officer, Celeste E. McGrath. 

G.A. #3. — (Towns of Bethel, Brookfield, Danbury, New Fairfield, Newtown, 
Redding, Ridgefield, Sherman.) Address: 71 Main St., Danbury 06810. Tel., 797- 
4400. Clerk, Geraldine McNamara; Asst. State's Any., Walter D. Flanagan; Bail 
Comr., Michael Bachyrycz; Family Relations Officer, Blanche Dodge. 

G.A. #4. — (Towns of Bethlehem, Middlebury, Naugatuck, Prospect, South- 
bury, Thomaston, Waterbury, Watertown, Wolcott, Woodbury.) Address: 7 Ken- 
drick Ave., Waterbury 06702. Tel., 757-9641. Clerk, Joseph V. Smolskis; Asst. 
State's Atty., Arthur M. McDonald; Bail Comr., Mark A. Tierney; Family Rela- 
tions Officer, Brian Phipps. 

G.A. #5. — (Towns of Ansonia, Beacon Falls, Derby, Milford, Orange, Oxford, 
Seymour, Shelton.) Address: City Hall, 253 Main St., Ansonia 06401. Tel., 735- 
7438. Clerk, Richard J. Conti; Asst. State's Atty., Joseph H. Sylvester; Bail 
Comr., Joseph Tuzik; Family Relations Officer, Stephen Zuraw. 

G.A. #6. — (Towns of Bethany, New Haven, Woodbridge.) Address: 121 Elm 
St., New Haven 06507. Tel., 789-7492. Clerk, Robert E. Foley; Asst. State's Atty., 
vacancy; Bail Comr., William Pascale; Family Relations Officer, Florence F. 
Mattie. 

G.A. #7. — (Towns of Cheshire, Hamden, Meriden, North Haven, Wallingford.) 
Address: 165 Miller St., Meriden 06450. Tel., 238-6130. Clerk, Florence Zagorski; 
Asst. State's Atty., Charles K. Thompson, Jr.; Bail Comr., Carmello A. Barillaro; 
Family Relations Officer, Michael Kerrigan. 

G.A. #8. — (Towns of Branford, East Haven, Guilford, Madison, North Bran- 
ford, West Haven.) Address: 355 Main St., West Haven 06516. Tel., 789-7849. 
Clerk, Raymond D. Mazzacane; Asst. State's Atty., Burton A. Kaplan; Bail 
Comr., James E. Farrell; Family Relations Officer, Helen Grannis. 

G.A. #9. — (Towns of Chester, Clinton, Cromwell, Deep River, Durham, East 
Haddam, East Hampton, Essex, Haddam, Killingworth, Middlefield, Middletown, 
Old Saybrook, Portland, Westbrook.) Address: 90 Court St., Middletown 06457. 
Tel., 344-3091. Clerk, David W. O'Brien; Asst. State's Atty., Edward J. Leavitt; 
Bail Comr., Bryan L. Sierpinski; Family Relations Officer, Peter Egan. 

G.A. #10. — (Towns of East Lyme, Groton, Ledyard, Lyme, New London, No. 
Stonington, Old Lyme, Stonington, Waterford.) Address: 112 Broad St., New 
London 06320. Tel., 443-8343. Clerk, Margery A. Matt; Asst. State's Atty., Har- 
old B. Dean; Bail Comr., Raymond J. Gentilella; Family Relations Officer, Dennis 
J. Riley. 

G.A. #11. — (Towns of Ashford, Brooklyn, Canterbury, Chaplin, Eastford, 
Hampton, Killingly, Plainfield, Pomfret, Putnam, Scotland, Sterling, Thompson, 
Windham, Woodstock.) Address: 127 Main St., Danielson 06239. Tel., 774-8516. 
Clerk, Harold E. Dorwart; Asst. State's Atty., James N. Oliver, Jr.; Bail Comr., 
John R. Liard; Family Relations Officer, Joseph A. Mazzola. 

G.A. #12. — (Towns of East Hartford, Glastonbury, Manchester, Marlborough, 
South Windsor.) Address: 497 Tolland St., East Hartford 06108. Tel., 289-8605. 
Clerk, Roy V. Karlson; Asst. State's Atty., Cornelius Shea; Bail Comr., John V. 
Armentano; Family Relations Officer, Thomas Elliott. 






JUDICIAL 277 

G.A. #13. — (Towns of East Granby, East Windsor, Enfield, Granby, Hartland, 
Simsbury, Suffield, Windsor, Windsor Locks.) Address: 275 Broad St., Windsor 
06095. Tel., 688-6241. Clerk, Nellie B. Jenkinson; Asst. State's Any., Seymour A. 
Rothenberg; Bail Comr., Daniel D. Price; Family Relations Officer, George F. 
Quagliaroli. 

G.A. #14.— (City of Hartford.) Address: 155 Morgan St., Hartford 06103. Tel., 
522-8 181. Clerk, Genevieve Clair; Asst. State's A tty. , John M . Bailey; Bail Comr. , 
Dominic Presmarita; Family Relations Officer, Theodore Roncaioli. 

G.A. #15. — (Towns of Berlin, New Britain, Newington, Rocky Hill, Wethers- 
field.) Address: 125 Columbus Blvd., New Britain 06051. Tel., 827-7106. Clerk, 
Joanne Matos; Asst. State's A tty., Herbert E. Carlson, Jr.; Bail Comr., Raymond 
Kalentkowski; Family Relations Officer, Joseph P. Mangiafico. 

G.A. #16. — (Towns of Avon, Bloomfield, Canton, Farmington, West Hartford.) 
Address: 28 So. Main St., West Hartford 06107. Tel., 236-4551. Clerk, Robert M. 
Rosenfeld; Asst. State's A tty., John F. Kearns; Bail Comr., M. Francis McGuire: 
Family Relations Officer, Frank J. Patti. 

G.A. #17. — (Towns of Bristol, Burlington, Plainville, Plymouth, Southington.) 
Address: 1 1 1 No. Main St., Bristol 06010. Tel., 582-81 1 1. Clerk, Irving Schwartz; 
Asst. State's A tty., R. Patrick McGinley; Bail Comr., John G. Swicklas; Family 
Relations Officer, James Rotchford. 

G.A. #18. — (Towns of Barkhamsted, Bridgewater, Canaan, Colebrook, Corn- 
wall, Goshen, Harwinton, Kent, Litchfield, Morris, New Hartford, New Milford, 
North Canaan, Norfolk, Roxbury, Salisbury, Sharon, Torrington, Warren, Wash- 
ington, Winchester.) Address: 338 Main St.,' Winsted 06098. Tel., 379-8537. Clerk, 
Gemma C. DiMauro; Asst. State's A tty., Booth M. Kelly, Jr.; Bail Comr., Eva T. 
Hudak; Family Relations Officer, John F. Moriarty. 

G.A. #19. — (Towns of Andover, Bolton, Columbia, Coventry, Ellington, He- 
bron, Mansfield, Somers, Stafford, Tolland, Union, Vernon, Willington.) Address: 
55 West Main St., P.O. Box 980, Rockville 06066. Tel., 875-2527. Clerk, Thomas 
DiRuzza; Asst. State's Atty., Terence A. Sullivan; Bail Comr., William L. 
Callahan. 

G.A. #20. — (Towns of New Canaan, Norwalk, Weston, Westport, Wilton.) Ad- 
dress: 17 Belden Ave., Norwalk 06852. Tel., 846-3237. Clerk, George W. Ross; 
Asst. State's Atty., William I. Shockley; Bail Comr., Frank J. Tegano; Family 
Relations Officer, Richard J. Shoztic. 

G.A. #21. — (Towns of Bozrah, Colchester, Franklin, Griswold, Lebanon, Lis- 
bon, Montville, Norwich, Preston, Salem, Sprague, Voluntown.) Address: 100 
Broadway, Norwich 06360. Tel., 889-7338. Clerk, Jeanne H. McKitis; Asst. 
State's Atty., J. Vincent Hauser; Bail Comr., Sinai J. Bordeleau; Asst. Family 
Relations Officer, Robert M. Garcia. 



JUVENILE MATTERS 

BRIDGEPORT OFFICE: 784 Fairfield Ave., 06604. Asst. Dir. of Probation, 
Frances L. Eagan; Supvrs., Juvenile Probation, Peter J. Peters, John F. Riley; 



278 JUDICIAL 

District Clerk, Lillian D. Mucherino; Asst. District Clerk, Margaret Gosselin; De- 
tention Supvr., Alice Andrew. 

BRISTOL OFFICE: 308 Main St., 06010. Supvr., Juvenile Probation, John 
Reddick; Asst. District Clerk, Lottie Archacki. 

DANBURY OFFICE: 405 Main St., 06810. Supvr., Juvenile Probation, James 
T. Barrett; Asst. District Clerk, Louise M. Hess. 

HARTFORD OFFICE: 920 Broad St., 06106. Asst. Dir. of Probation, Robert 
D. Ertl; Supvrs., Juvenile Probation, Victor F. Fumiatti, Richard Morrissey, John 
Reddick; District Clerk, Agnes A. Coe; Asst. District Clerk, Mary DiCicco; De- 
tention Supvr., Albert H. Goodale. 

MERIDEN OFFICE: 110 Miller St., 06450. Asst. District Clerk, Virginia B. 
DeCarlo. 

MIDDLETOWN OFFICE: 222 Main St. Ext., 06457. Asst. District Clerk, 
Joyce R. Haight. 

NEW BRITAIN OFFICE: 229 W. Main St., 06052. Supvr., Juvenile Proba- 
tion, John Reddick; Asst. District Clerk, Mary G. Dzielak. 

NEW HAVEN OFFICE: 129 Elm St., 06510. Asst. Dir. of Probation, Ernest 
H. Heald; Supvrs., Juvenile Probation, Frank M. Driscoll, Jr., Robert G. Johnson; 
District Clerk, Rose Lipman; Asst. District Clerk, [Catherine E. South; Detention 
Supvr., Peter L. Salomone. 

NORWALK OFFICE: 3 Main St., 06851. Supvr., Juvenile Probation, Joseph 
H. Paquin; Asst. District Clerk, Naomi Barber. 

STAMFORD OFFICE: 91 Prospect St., 06902. Supvr., Juvenile Probation, Jo- 
seph H. Paquin; Asst. District Clerk, Louise O'Hara. 

TALCOTTVILLE OFFICE: Wells Rd., 06010. Supvr., Juvenile Probation, 
Stanley J. Budarz; Asst. District Clerk, Ruth R. Garrott. 

TORRINGTON OFFICE: 139 New Litchfield St., 06790. Supvr., Juvenile Pro- 
bation, James T. Barrett; Asst. District Clerk, Marguerite Gioiele. 

UNCASVILLE (MONTVILLE) OFFICE: 869 Norwich-New London Tpke., 
06382. Supvr., Juvenile Probation, Theodore W. Cyr; Asst. District Clerk, Laura 
L. Jordan. 

WATERBURY OFFICE: 50 Linden St., 06702. Supvr., Juvenile Probation, 
Anita P. Danese; Asst. District Clerk, Rosemary Bergen. 

WILLIMANTIC OFFICE: 316 Pleasant St., 06226. Supvr., Juvenile Proba- 
tion, Stanley J. Budarz; Asst. District Clerk, Eunice L. Spicer. 

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES 

Division of Criminal Justice. — Address: 100 South Turnpike Rd., Wallingford 
06492. Tel. 238-61 16. Chief State's Attorney, Austin J. McGuigan; Deputy Chief 
State's Attorney, John F. Mulcahy, Jr. 

Family Division.— SO South Main St., West Hartford 06107. Tel. 566-31 18. Di- 
rector, Anthony J. Salius, Jr.; Administrative Supvr., Family Relations for GA's, 
Joseph S. Rafala; Dir. for Juvenile Probation Services, John M. Borys; Bureau of 
Support, 90 Court St., Middletown 06457; Tel. 344-3095; Administrative Supvr., 



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Arthur M. Daniels. 

Bail Commission.— Address, 121 Elm St., New Haven 06510. Tel. 789-7482. 
Chief Bail Comr., Thomas P. O'Rourke. 

Record Center.— Address: 75 Elm St., Hartford 061 15. Tel. 566-4636. Records 
Management Officer, Linda Fishman. 

Electrical Accounting Machine Section. — Address: 265 DeKoven Dr., Middle- 
town 06457. Tel. 344-2962. Chief, James T. Firth. 

REVIEW DIVISION OF THE SUPERIOR COURT— (Appointed by the 
Chief Justice, Sec. 51-194, Gen. Stat.) Chm., Hon. John F. Shea, Manchester; 
Hon. Joseph F. Dannehy, Willimantic; Hon. Anthony J. Armentano, Hartford; 
Hon. John J. Daly, Hartford, alternate. Exec. Secy., Paul M. Palten, Esq., 18 
Trinity St., Hartford 06106. 



DIVISION OF PUBLIC DEFENDER SERVICES 

(Sec. 51-289, 51-290, Gen. Stat.) 

PUBLIC DEFENDER SERVICES COMMISSION 

Commission members, Hon. M. Morgan Kline, Bloomfield; Hon. Robert J. 
Testo, Bridgeport, Sept. 30, 1979. Mrs. Marilyn Klemish, Westport, two vacan- 
cies, Sept. 30, 1980. Brian L. Hollander, Bloomfield; The Rt. Rev. Msgr. William 
A. Genuario, Bridgeport, Sept. 30, 1981. 

OFFICE OF CHIEF PUBLIC DEFENDER 
(Address: Suite 205, 999 Asylum Ave., Hartford 06105. Tel., 566-5328.) 
Chief Public Defender, Joseph M. Shortall, Hamden; Deputy Chief Public De- 
fender, Clement F. Naples, Stratford; Chief of Legal Services, Jerrold H. Barnett, 

Bethany. 

PUBLIC DEFENDERS, SUPERIOR COURT 

Judicial District of Hartford-New Britain: A. Arthur Giddon, West Hartford. 

Judicial District of New Haven: Anthony V. DeMayo, East Haven. 

Judicial District of Waterbury: Raymond J. Quinn, Jr., Waterbury. 

Judicial District of Fairfield: Herbert J. Bundock, Bridgeport. 

Judicial District of Litchfield: Charles D. Gill, New Haven. 

Judicial District of Middlesex: William M. Shaughnessy, West Hartford. 

Judicial District of New London: Edward C. Lavallee, Norwich. 

Judicial District of Tolland: Lawrence C. Klaczak, Somers. 

Judicial District of Windham: Basil T. Tsakonas, Danielson. 

Judicial District of Ansonia-Milford: E. Eugene Spear, Bridgeport. 

Judicial District of Danbury: George N. Thim, Trumbull. 

ASSISTANT PUBLIC DEFENDERS, GEOGRAPHICAL AREAS 
G.A. #1 (Stamford): Raymond G. Cushing, Stamford. 
G.A. #2: Andrew S. Liskov, Trumbull. 
G.A. #3: George N. Thim, Trumbull. 
G.A. #4: Francis S. Fitzpatrick, Waterbury. 



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G.A. #5: Andrew D. Sabetta, Derby. 

G.A. #6: Morton B. Lewis, New Haven. 

G.A. #7: Newton Locke, Hamden. 

G.A. #8: James W. Marshall, West Haven. 

G.A. #9: Raymond M. Carey, Durham. 

G.A. #10: Edward O'Regan, Waterford. 

G.A. #11 (Willimantic): Richard A. Kelley, Willimantic. 

G.A. #11 (Danielson): Ramon J. Canning, Danielson. 

G.A. #12: Michael H. Handler, South Windsor. 

G.A. #13: Phillip N. Armentano, Stafford Springs. 

G.A. #14: John F. Barry, Hartford. 

G.A. #15: Sidney Zucker, New Britain. 

G.A. #16: Martin Epstein, West Hartford. 

G.A. #17: John S. Papa, Jr., Bristol. 

G.A. #18: Stanley Herman, Winsted. 

G.A. #19: Angelo dosSantos, Vernon. 

G.A. #20: Terrence J. Murphy, Jr., Westport. 

G.A. #20: James M. Kirker, Norwich. 

ASSISTANT PUBLIC DEFENDERS, JUVENILE MATTERS 

4th Venue District: George Oleyer, Huntington. 
5th Venue District: Raymond P. Kosinski, New Haven. 
12th Venue District: Patricia H. Denuzze, Chester. 

PRACTICE OF LAW 

ADMISSION TO THE BAR. — The admission of attorneys to practice before 
the courts of this state is regulated by rules adopted by the Judges of the Superior 
Court. These rules, together with the regulations made by the committees set forth 
below, and information for candidates appear in the Rule Book which may be 
obtained from the Clerk of the Superior Court in any county or from the Secretary 
of the Committee. Persons beginning the study of law are required to register. 
Blanks for these purposes may be obtained from the Clerks of the Superior Court. 

STATE BAR EXAMINING COMMITTEE 

(Address: 121 Elm St., New Haven 06510. Tel., 789-6900. Admin. Dir., R. 
David Stamm.) 

Chm., Henry B. Anderson, 51 Main St., New Milford 06776; Treas., George R. 
Tiernan, 215 Church St., New Haven 06510; Secy., Raymond W. Beckwith, 955 
Main St., Bridgeport 06602. 

Hon. Anthony J. Armentano, Hartford; John W. Barnett, New Haven; John H. 
Cassidy, Jr., Waterbury; Frederick L. Comley, Bridgeport; John R. Cuneo, South 
Norwalk; George Dimenstein, Stamford; Anne C. Dranginis, Goshen; Robert C. 
DuBeau, Rockville; Ralph G. Elliot, Hartford; Francis B. Feeley, Waterbury; 
Leander C. Gray, New Haven; Elizabeth B. Leete, West Hartford; Robert W. 
Marrion, New London; Palmer S. McGee, Jr., Farmington; Irwin D. Mittelman, 
Middletown; Edwin J. O'Mara, Jr., Greenwich; Thomas F. Parker, Hartford; Rus- 
sell F. Potter, Jr., Windham; Lewis Rabinovitz, Hartford; Robert N. Schmalz, 
New Haven; Geurson D. Silverberg, Norwich. 



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Standing Committees on Recommendations for Admission 

Hartford County. — John D. LaBelle, Manchester, Chm.; Spencer Gross, Hart- 
ford; John J. Kenny, Hartford; Edward S. Pomeranz, West Hartford; Anthon\ J. 
Rich, Bristol. 

New Haven County. — Herbert L. Emanuelson, Jr., Chm.; Jack H. Evans, New 
Haven; Robert M. Luby, Meriden; James O'Connor Shea, New Haven; William J. 
Secor, Jr., Waterbury. 

New London County.— Foster K. Sistare, New London, Chm.; Leo J. McNa- 
mara, New London; Geurson D. Silverberg, Norwich. 

Fairfield County. — Henry J. Lyons, Jr., Bridgeport, Chm.; Donald A. Browne, 
Bridgeport; Alvin C. Breul, Jr., Bridgeport; Robert B. Devine, Norwalk; W. Pat- 
rick Ryan, Stamford; Herbert B. Wanderer, Danbury. 

Windham County. — Omar H. Shepard, Jr., Willimantic, Chm.; John K. Harris, 
Jr., Danielson; A. Richard Karkutt, Jr., Putnam. 

Litchfield County. — Edward J. Quinlan, Jr., Winsted, Chm.; Charles Ebersol, 
Litchfield; Stephen N. Hume, New Milford. 

Middlesex County. — Walter R. Budney, Old Saybrook; Irwin D. Mittelman, 
Middletown; John F. Pickett, Middletown. 

Tolland County. — Robert F. Kahan, Vernon, Chm.; Joel H. Reed, II, Union 
(P.O., Stafford Springs); Abbot B. Schwebel, Rockville; John H. Yeomans, 
Andover. 

The Standing Committees on Recommendations for Admission for each county 
are appointed by the Judges of the Superior Court in such county. All applications 
for admission to the Bar are referred to the committee in the county where the 
application is filed. The committee investigates the character and general fitness of 
each applicant and reports to the Bar of the county whether he has complied with 
the rules relating to admission to the Bar, is a person of good character, and should 
be recommended for examination. 

CONDUCT OF ATTORNEYS 
Grievance Committees 

Hartford County. — Frank E. Dully, Chm.; Dominic A. DiCorleto, Hartford; 
Harold J. Eisenberg, New Britain. 

New Haven County.— John E. McNerney, Hamden, Chm.; George E. Mc- 
Goldrick, New Haven; William P. Simon, New Haven. 

Waterbury. — James R. Healey, Southbury; Donald A. House, Naugatuck; Vin- 
cent P. Matasavage, Waterbury; William W. Miner, New London. 

New London County. — Allyn L. Brown, Jr., Norwich, Chm.; Sidney Axelrod, 
Groton; Dale P. Faulkner, New London. 

Fairfield County. — Philip Y. Reinhart, Fairfield, Chm.; John S. Barton, Bridge- 
port; T. Ward Geary, Stamford. 

Windham County. — Arthur S. Kaminsky, Putnam, Chm.; Russell F. Potter, Jr., 
Willimantic; Basil T. Tsakonas, Danielson. 

Litchfield County. — Joseph J. Gallicchio, Torrington, Chm.; Paul B. Altermatt, 
New Milford; James L. Glynn, Winsted. 



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Middlesex County. — Irwin D. Mittelman, Middletown, Chm.; Theodore J. 
Raczka, Middletown; Norman Sivin, Old Saybrook. 

Tolland County.— Atherton B. Ryan, Rockville, Chm.; Martin B. Burke, Ver- 
non; Harrold W. Garrity, Manchester. 

Grievance Committees are appointed by the Judges of the Superior Court in 
each county at the opening of the first term or session after the month of July and 
are charged with the duty of taking advice and enforcing the action of the court in 
respect to professional misconduct. 



STATE OFFICE OF ADULT PROBATION FOR THE 
SUPERIOR COURT 

(Sees. 54-103—54-107, Gen. Stat. Salary, Director, $33,000. Address: 643 Ma- 
ple Ave., Hartford 06114. Tel., 549-3100.) 

Director, Terry S. Capshaw; Deputy Director, George C. Griffin; Business Man- 
ager, Arthur Yanke. 

PROBATION OFFICERS 

FIRST DISTRICT.— District Supervisor, Robert L. Breen, 824 Main St., Wil- 
limantic 06226. 

Office 1 — 341 Broad St., Manchester, Hartford County. Probation Officers, 
Stuart Bass, Henry Borawski, Buel Grant, Thomas McGeary, Craig Repoli, Kath- 
leen Santese, Brian Sullivan, Elaine Wark. 

Office 2 — 824 Main St., Willimantic, Windham County. Probation Officers, Jer- 
emiah Edwards, Linda Koistinen, Lorraine Williamson. 

Office 3 — 134 Main St., Danielson, Windham County. Probation Officers, 
Douglas Czaja, Judith Haddad, Richard Straub. 

Office 4 — Court Building, Norwich, New London County. Probation Officers, 
Olin R. Booty, Leon Drezek, Thomas Kane, Ethel Mantzaris, Terre Maynard. 

Office 5 — 302 State St., New London, New London County. Probation Officers, 
Edward Butler, Louis Faragosa, Mark Lipman, Paul Portelance, Linda Powell, 
Elizabeth Schafer, Rupert Schulte. 

Office 6 — 90 Court St., Middletown, Middlesex County. Probation Officers, 
Steven Chatlas, Edward Dalenta, David Skinnon, Hayward Tatum, James 
Warren. 

SECOND DISTRICT.— District Supervisor, James Coughlin, 643 Maple 
Ave., Hartford 06114. 

Office 1 — 643 Maple Ave., Hartford, Hartford County. Probation Officers, Su- 
san Alfonsi, Steven Bavier, Kenneth Blaschke, Mark Bongiorni, Terrence Borje- 
son, Brett Capshaw, Thomas Culley, James Curran, Jack Cutler, Richard Daly, 
Charles Dobson, Paul Dodd, Barbara D'Onofrio, Walter Galuszka, Meredity 
Garry, Ralph Hawkes, Michael Kingsley, Joel Lasher, Thomas Lombardo, Bonnie 
McFadden, Andrew Pappas, Mary Agnes Phelan, Donald Popillo, Rosalie Riccio, 
Clinton Roberts, Michael Santese, Francis Simcic, Raymond White, Michael 
Zeruk. 



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Office 2 — Strand Theatre Bldg., Thompsonville, Hartford County. Probation 
Officers, Ronald Cormier, Carmen Frangione, Frank Monchun, Francis Rogers. 

Office 3 — Court House, 177 Columbus Blvd., New Britain, Hartford County. 
Probation Officers, Vincent Cannarella, John Casioppo, Martin Cherlin, Robert 
Fogel, Arthur Jackman, Leonard Russman. 

Office 4 — 30 Mason St., Torrington, Litchfield County. Probation Officer, John 
Doolan. Town Hall, Winsted, Litchfield County. Probation Officers, Bruce De- 
laini, Thomas Girardin, William Guerra, Thomas Roscoe. 

Office 5 — 83 Laurel St., Bristol. Probation Officers, Raymond Bykowski, Wal- 
lace Hooker, Lynne Lewis, Gordon Mason. 

THIRD DISTRICT.— District Supervisor, Thomas Kavanaugh, 1188 Main 
St., Bridgeport 06604. 

Office 1 — 20 Summer St., Stamford, Fairfield County. Probation Officers, Mar- 
tin DeVaney, Stephen Fritzer, Margaret Gasparino, Charles McCarthy, Douglas 
Ramsey, David Shockley, Dennis White. 

Office 2 — 606 West Ave., Norwalk, Fairfield County. Probation Officers, Rob- 
ert Bosco, Kathleen Flynn, Virginia Krup, James McGinnis, Steven Rocque. 

Office 3 — 1 127 Main St., Bridgeport, Fairfield County. Probation Officers, An- 
thony Alves, Edward Classy, Irving Clorman, Cheryl Cohen, Charles Cooluris, 
Minna Dew, Joseph DiMartino, Gilbert Earl, Jerilynn Hayes, George Hughes, 
Catherine Jaundrill, Mary Kentosh, John McGarry, Anthony Millo, Carla Ottavi- 
ano, Elizabeth Owens, John Roberge, Timothy Rodgers, Peter Trombley, Alvin 
Turetsky, James Van Volkenburgh. 

Office 4 — 345 Main St., Danbury, Fairfield County. Probation Officers, Jeremy 
Buswell, Roger Hurley, Louis Mica, Joan Murphy. 

FOURTH DISTRICT— District Supervisor, William F. Hayes, Jr., 188 Bas- 
sett St., New Haven 06511. 

Office 1 — 188 Bassett St., New Haven, New Haven County. Probation Officers, 
Judith Aub, Joseph Bablonka, Elizabeth Barnett, Melvin Boykin, John F. Callan, 
Jr., Lawrence DragunofT, Frederick Ensling, Leonard Fish, Susan Hathawa\. 
Henry Jeannin, James Madigan, William Neuweiler, Mary Owens, William Pessa- 
nelli, Alan S. Postman, Raymond Shanley, Norman Shove, Flannigan Smith, 
Thomas Stankus, Barry Sullivan, Frederick Tarca, Sharon Whalen, Robert 
Zambrano. 

Office 2 — 251 West Main St., Meriden, New Haven County. Probation Officers, 
Cynthia Adams, Thomas Carr, Sheila Clancy, Joseph Moschella, Barry Schacht. 

Office 3 — 1 Kingston St., Ansonia, New Haven County. Probation Officers. Jo- 
seph Callahan, Frederick Napolitano, Lorie Vaccaro. 

Office 4 — Court Bldg., West River St., Milford, New Haven County. Probation 
Officers. William Kelly, Victor Parkosewich. 

Office 5 — 35 Field St., Waterbury, New Haven County. Probation Officers, Vic- 
toria Colaci, Charles Farrell, Christine Kennedy, James McGrath, Richard Pava- 
saris, Michael Rizzuti, Peter Roesing, Frank Travisano. 



PROBATE COURTS 

(See Constitution of Connecticut, Art. V, Sec. 4; Chapt. 774, Gen. Stat. 
Judges of Probate are elected quadrennially on the Tuesday after the first 
Monday in November in years having an even number, and for the term 
of four years from the Wednesday after the first Monday of January next 
succeeding their election. There are 130 Probate Districts in the State 
of Connecticut. Names in italics denote the Judges of Probate.) 

PROBATE COURT ADMINISTRATOR.- (A Judge of Probate ap- 
pointed by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Sec. 45-3 a, Gen. 
Stat.), Glenn E. Knierim, Simsbury. Office address: 80 South Main St., 
West Hartford 06107. Tel., 566-7897. 

CONNECTICUT PROBATE ASSEMBLY.-(Sec. 45-24, Gen. Stat.) 
Office: Town Hall, Oxford 06483. Tel., 888-2543, 888-3424. Chief Judge 
and President, Judge Louis J. Iacovo, Stamford; 1st Vice Pres., Judge 
Paul M. Vasington, Norwich; 2nd Vice Pres., Judge Edward T. Falsey, 
Jr., North Haven; Recording Secy., Judge Barbara T. Lougee, East Lyme; 
Exec. Secy., Judge Bishop W. von Wettberg, Oxford. 

COUNCIL ON PROBATE JUDICIAL CONDUCT.- (Sec. 45-1 Id, 
Gen. Stat. Compensation of members, necessary expenses. Address: 80 
South Main St., West Hartford 06107. Tel., 566-7897.) 

Chm., Hon. Louis Shapiro, State Referee, Farmington; Hon. James H. 
Kinsella, Probate Judge, Hartford; Atty. E. Lea Marsh, Jr., Old Lyme; 
Mrs. Ann McWalter, East Hartford; Mrs. Christel Truglia, Stamford. 

Hartford County 

HARTFORD (Hartford, Bloomfield, West Hartford). -Constituted 
May session, 1666, as a County Court. James H. Kinsella (P.O., Hart- 
ford). Clerk, Barrett L. Krass. Location: Municipal Bldg., 550 Main St., 
Hartford 06103. Hours: 9 A.M.-4 P.M., Monday through Friday. Tel., 
566-6550. 

AVON.— Constituted May session, 1844, from Farmington. D. Stephen 
Gaffney. Location: Town Hall, Main St., 06001. Hours: 9:30-12 A.M., 
Monday through Friday. Tel., 677-2634. 

BERLIN (Berlin, New Britain). -Constituted June 2, 1824, from Farm- 
ington, Hartford and Middletown. Edward J. Januszewski. Location: Court 
House, 177 Columbus Blvd., New Britain 06051. Hours: 8:30 A.M.-4 
P.M., Monday through Friday. Tel., 225-7687. 

BRISTOL.-Constituted June 4, 1830, from Farmington. Neil F. Mur- 
phy. Location: City Hall, 06010. Hours: 9 A.M.-5 P.M., Monday through 
Friday. Tel., 584-7650. 

BURLINGTON.-Constituted June 3, 1834, from Farmington. Charles 
W. Bauer. Clerk, Georgene M. Iacino. Location: Town Hall, Rte. 4, 
R.F.D. 1, 06013. Hours: By appointment. Tel., 673-5387. 

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CANTON.-Constituted June 7, 1841, from Simsbury. Raymond B. 
Green (P.O., Collinsville 06022). Clerk, Joan D. O'Connor. Location: 
Town Hall. Hours: 9-11 A.M., Monday and Thursday; other times and 
during July and August, by appointment. Tel., 693-8684. 

EAST GRANBY.-Constituted July 4, 1865, from Granby. William 
S. Mayer. Location: Probate Office, Town Bldg., 06026. Hours: 9:30-12 
A.M., Wednesday, or by appointment. Tel., 653-3434 or 653-7777. 

EAST HARTFORD.-Constituted May, 1887, from Hartford. Francis 
C. Vignati. Location: Town Hall, 06108. Hours: 9 A.M.-4:30 P.M., 
Monday through Friday. Tel., 289-2781. 

EAST WINDSOR (East Windsor, South Windsor). -Constituted May 
session, 1782, from Hartford and Stafford. Edward R. Kuehn (P.O., Box 
417, South Windsor 06074). Location: Town Hall, South Windsor. Hours: 
8:30-12 A.M., Monday through Thursday; 1-4:30 P.M., Friday; other 
hours, by appointment. Tel., 644-0211, 644-2511. 

ENFIELD.-Constituted May 26, 1831, from East Windsor. John K. 
Raissi. Location: 820 Enfield St., 06082. Hours: 9 A.M.-4:30 P.M., Mon- 
day through Friday. Tel., 745-0371, Ext. 320, 745-5065. 

FARMINGTON.-Constituted January, 1769, from Hartford. Edgar A. 
King. Clerk, Mrs. Sally B. Hart. Location: Town Hall, 1 Monteith Dr., 
06032. Hours: 8:30 A.M.-4 P.M., Monday through Friday. Tel., 673-3271. 

GLASTONBURY.-Constituted January 8, 1975, from Hartford. Don- 
ald F. Auchter. Location: 2108 Main St., 06033. Hours: 12 noon-4 P.M., 
Monday through Friday; 7-9 P.M., Monday, or by appointment. Tel., 

633-3723. 

GRANBY.-Constituted May session, 1807, from Simsbury and Hart- 
ford. Arline R. Mooney. Clerk, Marylouise B. Verrengia. Location: Town 
Hall, 15 No. Granby Rd., 06035. Hours: 9 A.M.-4 P.M., Tuesday, Wed- 
nesday. Tel., 653-2538. 

HARTLAND. -Constituted June 3, 1836, from Granby. Elmer Beeman 
(P.O., East Hartland 06027). Location: Residence, South Rd., East Hart- 
land. Hours: 10 A.M.-2 P.M., Mondays, or by appointment. Tel., 653-3073. 

MANCHESTER.-Constituted June 22, 1850, from East Hartford. 
William E. FitzGerald. Location: Municipal Bldg., 06040. Hours: 8:30- 
12 A.M., 1-4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday; 6:30-8 P.M., Thursday 
evening for conferences. Tel., 647-3227. 

MARLBOROUGH. -Constituted June 11, 1846, from Colchester. Rob- 
ert J. Moore. Location: Town Hall, P.O. Box 29, 06447. Hours: 9 A.M.- 
9 P.M., Tuesdays, or by appointment. Tel., Bus., 295-9547. 

NEWINGTON (Newington, Rocky Hill, Wethersfleld). -Constituted 
January 8, 1975, from Hartford. Michael A. DellaFera. Clerk, Anna 
Maria Fornino. Location: Town Hall, 131 Cedar St., Newington 06111. 
Hours: 9 A.M.-4 P.M., Monday through Friday. Tel., 666-4661, Ext. 244, 
247, 248. 



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PLAINVILLE.-Constituted May, 1909, from Farmington. Thomas P. 
Kirkwood, Jr. Location: Plainville Municipal Center, 1 Central Sq., 06062. 
Hours: 9-12 A.M., 1-5 P.M., Monday through Thursday; other hours and 
evenings, by appointment. Tel., Bus., 747-2781; Res., 747-2678. 

SIMSBURY.-Constituted May session, 1769, from Hartford. Glenn E. 
Knierim. Clerk, Ethel F. Hall. Location: Town Office Bldg., 760 Hop- 
meadow St., 06070. Hours: 9-12 A.M., 1-4:30 P.M., Monday through 
Friday; other hours and evenings, by appointment. Tel., 651-3751. 

SOUTHINGTON.-Constituted May 24, 1825, from Farmington. Carl 
J. Sokolowski. Clerk, Jean P. Parzych. Location: Town Office Bldg., Main 
St., 06489. Hours: 8:30-12 A.M., 1-4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday. 
Saturdays, by appointment. Tel., 628-5903. 

SUFFIELD.-Constituted May session, 1821, from Hartford and 
Granby. Samuel /. Orr. Location: Town Hall Bldg., 06078. Hours: 8:30 
A.M.-noon, Monday through Friday; other times by appointment. Tel., 
668-5335, 668-0241. 

WINDSOR.-Constituted July 4, 1855, from Hartford. Walter E. Rus- 
sell. Clerk, Margaret R. Engel. Location: Town Hall 06095. Hours: 8:30 
A.M.-4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday. Tel., 688-3675. 

WINDSOR LOCKS.-Constituted January 4, 1961, from Hartford. 
William C. Leary. Clerk, Janice Ermellini. Location: Town Hall, Church 
St., 06096. Hours: 9:30-12 A.M., 1-3:30 P.M., Mondays, Wednesdays and 
Thursdays. Tel., 623-2503. 

New Haven County 

NEW HAVEN (New Haven, Woodbridge).— Constituted May session, 
1666, as a County Court. Thomas F. Keyes, Jr. Location: 155 Church 
St. (1st floor), P.O. Box 905, New Haven 06510. Hours: 9 A.M.-4 P.M., 
Monday through Friday. Tel., 787-2118. 

BETHANY.-Constituted July 4, 1854, from New Haven. Guy D. Yale. 
Location: Town Hall, 06525. Hours: By appointment; limited regular 
hours to be announced. Tel., 393-3744. 

BRANFORD.-Constituted June 21, 1850, from Guilford. Richard D. 
Patterson. Location: Town Hall, 1019 Main St., P.O. Box 638, 06405. 
Hours: 9-12 A.M., 1-4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday. Tel., 488-0318. 

CHESHIRE (Cheshire, Prospect). -Constituted May 27, 1829, from 
Wallingford. E. Ernest Oberst. Clerk, Irene M. Drufva. Location: Town 
Hall, Cheshire 06410. Hours: 9-12 A.M., 1:30-4 P.M., Monday through 
Friday. Tel., 272-8247. 

DERBY (Derby, Ansonia, Seymour). -Constituted July 4, 1858, from 
New Haven. Clifford D. Hoyle. Location: City Hall, Ansonia 06401. 
Hours: 9 A.M. -4 P.M., Monday through Friday; Saturdays, by appoint- 
ment only. Tel,, 734-1277. 



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EAST HAVEN.-Constituted January 5, 1955, from New Haven. 
Thomas J. Giaimo. Location: Town Hall, 06512. Hours: 9:30 A.M.- 
1 P.M., 2-4:30 P.M., Monday through Thursday. Tel., 469-8055. 

GUILFORD.-Constituted October session, 1719, from New Haven 
and New London. Lucy S. Baxter. Location: Town Hall, Park St., 06437. 
Hours: 9-12 A.M., 1-4 P.M., Monday through Friday; Saturdays, by 
appointment. Tel., 453-2763. 

HAMDEN.-Constituted July 22, 1945, from New Haven. Clement N. 
Piscitelli. Clerk, Mrs. Lucille M. Gooch. Location: Town Hall, 06518. 
Hours: 9 A.M.-5 P.M., Monday through Friday. Tel., 248-3561. 

MADISON.-Constituted May 22, 1834, from Guilford. George G. 
McManus, Jr. Location: Town Hall, P.O. Box 205, 06443. Hours: 9-12 
A.M., 1-4 P.M., Monday through Friday; Saturdays, by appointment. 
Tel., 245-2614. 

MER1DEN. -Constituted June 3, 1836, from Wallingford. Ralph D. 
Lukens. Location: Rms. 113-115, City Hall, 06450. Hours: 9-12 A.M.. 
1:30-5 P.M., Monday through Friday. Tel., 235-4325. 

MILFORD. -Constituted May 30, 1832, from New Haven. Bernard F. 
Joy. Location: Municipal Bldg., 06460. Hours: 9-12 A.M., 1-5 P.M., 
Monday through Friday. Tel., 878-1731, Ext. 69. 

NAUGATUCK (Naugatuck, Beacon Falls). -Constituted July 4, 1863, 
from Waterbury. Robert M. Siuzdak. Location: Town Hall, Naugatuck 
06770. Hours: 9 A.M.-4 P.M., Monday through Friday. Tel., 729-4571. 

NORTH BRANFORD.- Constituted April 14, 1937, from Guilford 
and Wallingford. Stephen W . Whalen. Clerk, Diane B. Whalen. Location: 
Administration Bldg., Foxon Rd.. P.O. Box 203, 06471. Hours: Bv ap- 
pointment. Tel.. 488-2501. 

NORTH HAVEN.-Constituted January 5, 1955, from New Haven. 
Edward T. Falsey, Jr. Clerk, Lucy D. Puglia. Location: Town Hall, 18 
Church St.. P.O. Box 175. 06473. Hours: 9 A.M. -5 P.M., Monday, Thurs- 
day, and by appointment. Tel.. 239-5321. Ext. 569. 

ORANGE.— Constituted January 8, 1975, from New Haven. Charles L. 
Flxnn, Sr. Location: Orange Town Hall, 06477. Hours: 9-12 A.M.; 1:30- 
4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday. Tel., 795-0751. 

OXFORD.-Constituted June 4, 1846, from New Haven. Bishop W. 
von Wettberg. Clerk, Audrey B. von Wettberg. Location: Town Hall. 
06483. Hours: 9 A.M.-l P.M., Monday and Wednesdav mornincs: 7-9 
P.M. Monday, or by appointment. Tel..' Bus.. 888-2543:' Res.. 888-3424. 

SOUTHBURY.-Constituted January 4, 1967, from Woodbury. Betsy 
B. Stiles. Clerk, C. Lillian Farrell. Location: Town Hall. P.O. Box 6^4. 
06488. Hours: 9 A.M.-l P.M.. Tuesdav. Wednesdav, Thursday. Friday, 
and by appointment. Tel., 264-0606. Ext. 220. 264-5470 or 264-5121. 

WALLINGFORD. -Constituted May session, 1776, from New Haven 
and Guilford. Francis R. Sabota. Location: Municipal Bide, 06492. Hours: 
9-12 A.M., 1-4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday. Tel., 26^5-2081. 



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WATERBURY (Waterbury, Middlebury, Wolcott). -Constituted May 
session, 1779, from Woodbury. James J. Law lor. Location: City Hall 
Annex, Chase Bldg., 236 Grand St., Waterbury 06702. Hours: 9 A.M.-5 
P.M., Monday through Wednesday; 9 A.M. -8 P.M., Thursday; 9 A.M.- 
5 P.M., Friday; 9 A.M.-12 noon, Saturday. Tel., 755-1127. 

WEST HAVEN.-Constituted June 24, 1941, from New Haven. E. 
Michael Heffernan. Location: City Hall, 06516. Hours: 9 A.M.-5 P.M., 
Monday through Friday. Tel., 934-3421. 

New London County 

NEW LONDON (New London, Waterford). -Constituted May ses- 
sion, 1666, as a County Court. Thomas P. Condon. Location: Municipal 
Bldg., New London 06320. Hours: 9 A.M.-4:30 P.M., Monday through 
Friday. Tel., 443-7121. 

BOZRAH.-Constituted June 3, 1843, from Norwich. Robert Alan Kof- 
koff. Location: Town Hall, Fitchville 06334. Hours: By appointment. 
Tel., 887-2509. 

COLCHESTER.-Constituted May 29, 1832, from East Haddam; con- 
tains the records of East Haddam from October session, 1741 to May 29, 
1832. Leo Glemboski. Location: Town Office Bldg., 06415. Hours: By 
appointment. Tel., Clerk, 537-2614 or 537-2393. 

EAST LYME.-Constituted June 2, 1843, from New London. Barbara 
T. Lougee. Location: East Lyme Town Hall, P.O. Box 519, 108 Pennsyl- 
vania Ave., Niantic 06357. Hours: 8:30-12 A.M., Monday through Friday, 
and by appointment. Tel., 739-6931, Ext. 37. 

GRTSWOLD. -Constituted January 3, 1979, from Norwich. Wilfred 
Jodoin. Location: Town Hall, School St., Jewett City 06351. Hours: 2-4 
P.M., Wednesday afternoon. Tel., 376-0216 or 376-0641. 

GROTON.-Constituted May 25, 1839, from Stonington. Lillian E. Erb. 
Location: Town Hall, 45 Fort Hill Rd., 06340. Hours: 9-12 A.M., 1-4:30 
P.M., Monday through Friday, and by appointment. Tel., 445-4896. 

LEBANON. -Constituted June 2, 1826, from Windham. George P. 
Randall (P.O., R.D. 1, Lebanon 06249). Location: Town Hall. Hours: 
10-12 A.M., Saturday, Tel., 642-7429; by appointment, 642-7092. 

LEDYARD.-Constituted June 6, 1837, from Stonington. The records 
of Ledyard from May, 1666 to October, 1766 are in New London; from 
October, 1766 to June 6, 1837 in Stonington. Gertrude B. Smith. Loca- 
tion: Town Hall, 06339. Hours: 9:30 A.M.-12:30 P.M., Monday through 
Friday, and by appointment. Tel., 464-9550. 

LYME.— Constituted July 5. 1869, from Old Lyme. Probate records con- 
cerning Lyme, from May 1, 1666 to June 4, 1830, are in New London; 
from June 4, 1830 to July 4, 1869, are in Old Lyme; from July 4, 1869 to 
date are in Lyme. Hughes Griffis. Location: Town Hall. Route 156, Lyme, 
P.O. Old Lyme 06371. Hours: 8-10 A.M., Monday, and by appointment. 
Tel., 434-7733. 

MONTVILLF.-Constituted June 27, 1851. from New London. Helen 
M. Raah. Location: Town Hall, Uncasville 06382. Hours: 9 A.M.-l P.M., 
Monday through Friday, and by appointment. Office phone, 848-9847. 



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NORTH STONINGTON. -Constituted June 4, 1835, from Stonington. 
Mrs. Patricia P. McGowan. Location: Town Hall, 06359. Hours: By 
appointment: Tel., 535-2877. 

NORWICH (Norwich, Franklin, Lisbon, Preston, Sprague, Volun- 
town).— Constituted October, 1748, from New London; contains the rec- 
ords of Voluntown. Paul M. Vasington. Location: City Hall and Court 
House, Union Sq., Norwich 06360. Hours: 9 A.M.-4:30 P.M., Monday 
through Friday. Tel., 887-2160. 

OLD LYME.— Name changed from old district of Lyme to Old Lyme, 
July 24, 1868. Probate records concerning Old Lyme, from May 1, 1666 
to June 4, 1830, are in New London; from June 4, 1830 to date are in 
Old Lyme. Daniel E. Kenny. Location: Memorial Town Hall, 52 Lyme St., 
06371. Hours: 9-12 A.M., Monday through Friday, and by appointment. 
Tel., 434-1406. 

SALEM.-Constituted July 9, 1841, from Colchester and New London. 
Neal E. Williams (P.O., Box 79A, R.F.D. 3, Colchester 06415). Loca- 
tion: Town Office Bldg., Route 85, Salem. Hours: By appointment. Tel., 
859-1100. 

STONINGTON.-Constituted October session, 1766, from New Lon- 
don. Frank Battistini. Location: Town Hall Bldg., 06378. Hours: 9 A.M.- 
4 P.M., Monday through Friday. Tel., 535-0747. 

Fairfield County 

BRIDGEPORT.-Constituted June 4, 1840, from Stratford; contains the 
records of Stratford from May session, 1782 to June 4, 1840, and the rec- 
ords of Easton, which include the records of Weston, Easton being a dis- 
trict of its own from July 22, 1875, until March 4, 1878. Raymond C. 
Lvddy. Clerk, Caryl G. Morgan. Location: McLevy Hall, 202 State St., 
06603. Hours: 9 A.M.-4 P.M., Monday through Friday. Tel., 333-4165. 

DANBURY.-Constituted May session, 1744, from Fairfield. Richard L. 
Nahlcy. Clerk, Marjorie L. Cerveniski. Location: City Hall, 06810. Hours: 
9 A.M.-5 P.M., Monday through Friday. Tel., 797-4521. 

BETHEL.-Constituted July 4, 1859, from Danbury. Andrew Hogan, 
Jr. Location: Town Hall, 06801. Hours: 9-12 A.M., 1-3 P.M., Monday 
through Friday; other hours, by appointment. Tel., 743-9231. 

BROOKFIELD.-Constituted June 19, 1850, from Newtown. James C. 
Deakin. Location: Town Office Bldg., Brookfield Center 06805. Hours: 9 
A.M.-4:30 P.M., Wednesday, other times by appointment. Tel., 775-3700. 

DARIEN.-Constituted May 18, 1921, from Stamford. George W. 
Oberst. Location: Town Hall, 06820. Hours: 9 A.M.-12:30 P.M., 1:30- 
4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday. Tel., 655-0314. 

FAIRFIELD.-Constituted May session, 1666, as a County Court. 
John H. Shannon. Clerk, Mrs. Edna E. Ociepka. Location: Town Hall, 
06430. Hours: 9 A.M. -5 P.M., Monday through Friday, except 9 A.M.- 
4:30 P.M., in July and August. Tel., 259-8361. 



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GREENWICH.-Constituted July 4, 1853, from Stamford. Cameron 
F. Hopper. Clerk, M. T. Weir. Location: Town Hall, Greenwich Ave., 
06830. Hours: 9 A.M.-5 P.M., Monday through Friday, except Friday 
9-12 A.M., in July and August. Tel., 869-8800. 

NEW CANAAN.-Constituted June 22, 1937, from Norwalk. Penfield 
C. Mead. Location: Town Hall; mailing address, Box 326, 06840. Hours: 
8:30-12 A.M., 1-4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday, except Friday 8:30- 
12 A.M., in July and August. Tel., 966-1530. 

NEW FAIRFIELD.-Constituted January 8, 1975, from Danbury. 
Peter R. Larkin. Location: Town Hall, 06810. Hours: 9-12 A.M., Tues- 
day and Thursday. Tel., 746-4500, 746-3187. 

NEWTOWN.— Constituted May session, 1820, from Danbury. Merlin 
E. Fisk. Clerk, Margot S. Hall. Location: Edmond Town Hall, 06470. 
Hours: 9-12 A.M., 1:15-5 P.M., Monday through Friday. Tel., 426-2675. 

NORWALK (Norwalk, Wilton). -Constituted May session, 1802, from 

Fairfield and Stamford. Alfred Santaniello. Clerk, Bette A. Peterson. 
Location: 105 Main St., P.O. Box 346, Norwalk 06852. Hours: 9 A.M.- 
4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday; Saturdays, by appointment. Tel., 
847-1443. 

REDDING.-Constituted May 24, 1839, from Danbury. Judge, vacan- 
cy. Location: Town Hall, Rte. 107. P.O. Box 125, Redding Center 06875. 
Hours: 9 A.M.-l P.M., Monday through Friday, and by appointment. Tel., 
938-2326. 

RIDGEFIELD.-Constituted June 10, 1841, from Danbury. Romeo G. 
Petroni. Asst. Clerks, Mary L. Spitzer, Ann Buccitti. Location: Town Hall, 
06877. Hours: 9-12 A.M., 1-5 P.M., Monday through Friday, except 
Wednesday afternoon, June through August. Tel., 438-7301, Ext. 7. 

SHELTON.-Constituted May, 1889, from Bridgeport and Derby. Name 
changed from Huntington to Shelton, August 29, 1919. Maurice J. Mar- 
tin. Clerk, Alma V. Fair. Location: 40 White St., 06484. Hours: 9-12 A.M., 
1-4 P.M., Monday through Friday. Tel., 734-8462. 

SHERMAN.-Constituted June 4, 1846, from New Milford. Barbara J. 
Ackerman. Location: Town Hall, 06784. Hours: 9 A.M.- 12 noon, Tues- 
day, or by appointment. Tel., 355-1821. If no answer, call 354-9930. 

STAMFORD.-Constituted May session, 1728, from Fairfield. Louis J. 
Iacovo. Location: Town Hall, 175 Atlantic St., 06901. Hours: 9 A.M.- 
4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday, except 9 A.M.-4 P.M., in July and 
August. Tel., 323-2149. 

STRATFORD.-Constituted May session, 1782, from Fairfield. The 
records of Stratford previous to June 4, 1840, are in Bridgeport. F. Paul 
Kurmay. Location: Town Hall, 06497. Hours: 9 A.M. -5 P.M., Monday 
through Friday, except 9 A.M.-4 P.M., in July and August. Tel., 375-5621. 



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TRUMBULL (Trumbull, Easton, Monroe). -Constituted January 7, 
1959, from Bridgeport. John P. Chiota. Clerk, Betty M. Anderson. Loca- 
tion: Town Hall, Trumbull 06611. Hours: 9:30 A.M.-4:30 P.M., Monday 
through Friday. Tel., 261-3631. 

WESTPORT (Westport, Weston). -Constituted May session, 1835, at 
the time of the incorporation of the town of Westport. The territory was 
taken from Fairfield, Norwalk and Weston. Robert M. Anstett. Loca- 
tion: Town Hall, 110 Myrtle Ave., Westport 06880. Hours: 9-12 A.M., 
1-4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday. Tel., 227-5048. 

Windham County 

WINDHAM (Windham, Scotland). -Constituted October session, 
1719, from Hartford and New London. Patrick M. Prue. Location: Town 
Bldg., P.O. Box 34, Willimantic 06226. Hours: 9-12 A.M., 1-5 P.M., Mon- 
day through Friday. Tel., 423-3191. 

ASHFORD.-Constituted June 4, 1830, from Pomfret. Barbara B. Met- 
sack. Location: Knowlton Memorial Town Hall, Box 38, 06278. Hours: 
9 A.M.- 12 noon, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, or by appoint- 
ment. Tel., 429-7044 or 429-6383. 

BROOKLYN.-Constituted June 4, 1833, from Pomfret and Plainfield. 
Tamsen H. Harris. Location: Town Hall, 06234. Hours: 9-12 A.M., 
Tuesday and Thursday; other hours and evenings by appointment. Tel., 
774-4507, 774-8365. 

CANTERBURY.-Constituted May 27, 1835, from Plainfield. Priscilla 
Smith Botti. Location: Town Office Bldg., 06331. Hours: 9:30-12 A.M., 
Monday and Thursday, and by appointment. Tel., 546-9605, 546-9370. 

CHAPLIN. -Constituted June 7, 1850, from Windham. Patricia D. R. 
Boyd. Location: Town Hall, Rte. 198, 06235. Hours: 9-12 A.M., Wednes- 
days, and by appointment. Tel., 455-9792; Office Tel., 455-9333. 

EASTFORD.-Constituted June 21, 1849, from Ashford. Stewart M. 
Tatem. Location: Town Office Bldg., 06242. Hours: 9-11 A.M., Tues- 
days, and by appointment. Tel., 974-1885. 

HAMPTON. -Constituted June 2, 1836, from Windham. Patricia A. 
Donahue. Location: Town Office Bldg., 06247. Hours: By appointment. 
Tel., 423-0618; Office Tel., 455-9132. 

KILLINGLY.-Constituted June 4, 1830, from Pomfret and Plainfield. 
Charles P. Ferland (P.O., Danielson 06239). Location: Town Hall, 
Main St., Danielson. Hours: 10-12 A.M., 1-4 P.M., Monday through Fri- 
day. Tel., 774-3348. 

PLAINFIELD.-Constituted May session, 1747, from Windham. Kath- 
leen Sendley Barry. Location: Town Hall, 8 Community Ave., 06374. Hours: 
1-4 P.M., Monday through Friday, and by appointment. Tel., 564-2052. 

POMFRET.-Constituted May session, 1752, from Windham and Plain- 
field. The records of Pomfret were burned January 5, 1754. Cecile D. Stod- 
dard (P.O., Pomfret Center 06259). Location: Rte. 44, Pomfret Center. 
Hours: 10 A.M. -4 P.M., Tuesday through Thursday; Saturdays and eve- 
nings, by appointment. Tel., 974-0186. 



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PUTNAM.-Constituted July 5, 1856, from Thompson. A. Richard 
Karkutt, Jr. Location: 135 Main St., 06260. Hours: 9-12 A.M., 1-5 P.M., 
Monday through Friday. Tel., 928-2723. 

STERLING.-Constituted June 17, 1852, from Plainfield. Evelina Orr 
(Box 461, R.F.D. 1, Moosup 06354). Location: Residence, Bailey Rd. # 1, 
Oneco 06373. Hours: By appointment. Tel., 564-2098. 

THOMPSON.-Constituted May 25, 1832, from Pomfret. Robert M. 
Robbins (Box 74, North Grosvenor Dale 06255). Location: Town Bldg., 
at North Grosvenor Dale. Hours: 9-12 A.M., Monday through Friday; 
Saturdays and evenings, by appointment. Tel., 923-2203. 

WOODSTOCK.-Constituted May 30, 1831, from Pomfret. F. Veronica 
Hibbard. Location: Town Hall, 06281. Hours: 9 A.M.-5 P.M., Monday 
through Friday; Saturdays and evenings, by appointment. Tel., 928-6595. 

Litchfield County 

LITCHFIELD (Litchfield, Morris, Warren). -Constituted October ses- 
sion, 1742, from Hartford, Woodbury and New Haven. John M. Farmer. 
Location: Town Office Bldg., Litchfield 06759. Hours: 10- P. A.M., 1:30- 
3:30 P.M., Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday; 10-12 A.M., Thursday; 
Saturdays, by appointment. Tel., 567-8065. 

BARKHAMSTED.-Constituted June 5, 1834, from New Hartford; 
contains the records of New Hartford, from May 27, 1825, to June 5, 
1834. Margaret A. Day (P.O., Box 185, Pleasant Valley 06063). Location: 
Town Office Bldg., Pleasant Valley. Hours: By appointment. Tel., 379-8665 
from 1 to 4 P.M. 

CANAAN (Canaan, North Canaan).— Constituted June 6, 1846, from 
Sharon. Joseph A. Hamzy. Location: Town Hall, North Canaan; P.O. 
Box 905, Canaan 06018. Hours: Tuesdays, 10-12 A.M., 1-4 P.M.; 
Wednesday and Thursday, by appointment. Tel., 824-7114. 

CORNWALL. -Constituted June 15, 1847, from Litchfield. Mrs. Doro- 
thy S. Bouteiller. Location: Town Office, Pine St., 06753. Hours: By ap- 
pointment. Tel., 672-6577. 

HARWINTON.-Constituted May 27, 1835, from Litchfield. John P. 
Febbroriello. Location: Consolidated School Bldg., 06791. Hours: 9 A.M.- 
12 noon, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday; 1-4:40 P.M., Wednesday, Friday. 
Tel., 482-3852. 

KENT.-Constiluted May 26, 1831, from New Milford. Philip F. 
Downes. Location: Town Hall, 06757. Hours: 10-12 A.M., 1:30-4 P.M., 
Tuesday and Thursday. Tel., 927-3729. 

NEW HARTFORD.-Constituted May 27, 1825, from Simsbury. The 
records of New Hartford previous to June 5, 1834, are in Barkhamsted. 
Norman E. Rogers. Location: Town Hall, 06057. Hours: By appoint- 
ment. Records available 9-12 A.M. and 1-3:30 P.M. daily, except Satur- 
day and Sunday. Tel., 379-3254. 






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NEW MILFORD (New Milford, Bridge water). -Constituted May ses- 
sion, 1787, from Woodbury, Sharon and Danbury. John O. Durling. 
Clerk, Leora E. Pare. Location: Town Hall, New Milford 06776. Hours: 
9-12 A.M., 1-5 P.M., Monday through Friday. Tel., 354-4629. 

NORFOLK.-Constituted May session, 1779, from Simsbury and 
Litchfield. Ann C. Tiernex. Location: Town Office Bldg., Greenwoods 
Rd., 06058. Hours: 9:30-12 A.M., Tuesday and Thursday, and by ap- 
pointment. Tel., 542-5134. 

PLYMOUTH.-Constituted May 31, 1833, from Waterbury. Edward 
P. Plaze (P.O., Terryville). Location: Town Hall, 19 East Main St., Terry- 
ville 06786. Hours: 9 A.M.-5 P.M., Monday through Friday; Saturdays 
and evenings, by appointment. Tel., 589-6122, 582-5480. 

ROXBURY.-Constituted June 6, 1842, from Woodbury. Mildred A. 
Erwin. Location: Town Hall, South St., 06783. Hours: 9-12 A.M., Fri- 
days (except holidays), and by appointment. Tel., 354-3328 or 354-7164. 

SALISBURY.-Constituted June 16, 1847, from Sharon. Edward C. 
Dorsett. Clerk, Ellen M. Nelson. Location: Town Hall, 06068. Hours: 
9-12 A.M., Monday through Friday, and by appointment. Tel., 435-9513 
or 435-2914. 

SHARON. -Constituted October session, 1775, from Litchfield. Esther 
M. Clark. Location: Town Hall, 06069. Hours: By appointment. Tel., 
364-5224. 

THOMASTON. -Constituted June, 1882, from Waterbury. Edna Bill- 
ings. Location: Town Hall Bldg., 06787. Hours: 9-11:30 A.M., 1-4 P.M., 
Monday through Friday, and by appointment. Tel., 283-4141. 

TORRINGTON (Torrington, Goshen). -Constituted June 16, 1847, 
from Litchfield. Joseph J. Gallicchio. Location: Municipal Bldg., 140 Main 
St., Torrington 06790. Hours: 9-12 A.M., 1:30-5 P.M., Monday through 
Friday. Tel., 482-8521, Ext. 26. 

WASHINGTON. -Constituted May 22, 1832, from Litchfield and 
Woodbury. Janet M. Wild man (P.O., Washington Depot). Clerk, Mrs. 
Agnes J. Foulois. Location: Town Hall, Washington Depot 06794. Hours: 
Weekdays, 9:30 A.M. -12:30 P.M., 1:30-5 P.M. Tel., 868-7974. 

WATERTOWN.-Constituted June 3, 1834, from Waterbury. Carex 
R. Geghan. Location: Town Hall, 06795. Hours: 9-12 A.M., 1-3 P.M., 
Monday through Friday. Tel., Bus., 274-5411; Res., 274-5747. 

WINCHESTER (Winchester, Colebrook). -Constituted May 31, 1838, 
from Norfolk. Salvatore J. Locascio. Location: Town Hall, 338 Main 
St., Winsted 06098. Hours: 9:30-11:30 A.M., Tuesday through Friday. 
Tel., 379-5576 or 379-6152. 

WOODBURY (Woodbury, Bethlehem). -Constituted October session, 
1719, from Hartford, Fairfield and New Haven. Edith A. Knox. Clerk, 
Helen P. Dunlap. Location: Town Office Bldg., Woodbury 06798. Hours: 
9-12 A.M., 1-4 P.M., Tuesday and Thursday; Saturdays, by appointment. 
Tel., 263-2417. 



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Middlesex County 
MIDDLETOWN (Middletown, Cromwell, Durham, Middlefield).- 
Constituted May session, 1752, from Hartford, Guilford and East Had- 
dam. Walter P. Staniszewski. Location: Marino Professional Bldg., 94 
Court St., P.O. Box 1143, Middletown 06457. Hours: 9 A.M.-4:30 
P.M., Monday through Friday. Tel., 347-7424, 347-7425. 

CLINTON.-Constituted July 5, 1862, from Killingworth. Lucile E. 
Seibert. Location: Town Hall, 06413. Hours: 10-12 A.M., 1-3 P.M., Mon- 
day through Friday. Tel., 669-6447. 

DEEP RIVER.-Constituted January 5, 1949, from Saybrook. Jeanne 
Field Spallone. Location: Town Hall, Main St., 06417. Hours: 9:30 A.M.- 
12 noon, 1:30-4 P.M., Tuesday, Thursday, and by appointment. Tel., 
526-5966, 526-2953. 

EAST HADDAM.-Constituted October session, 1741, from Hartford. 
The records of East Haddam previous to May 29, 1832, are in Colches- 
ter. Helen Hoffmann. Location: East Haddam Town Office, 06423. 
Hours: 10-12 A.M., Monday through Thursday, and by appointment. 
Tel., 873-8351. 

EAST HAMPTON.-Constituted June 1, 1824, from Middletown and 
East Haddam. The records of Chatham previous to January 6, 1915, are 
in Portland. Eleanor M. Wood. Clerk, Irene C. Maton. Location: Town 
Hall, 06424. Hours: 9 A.M.-2 P.M., Monday through Friday, and by 
appointment. Tel., 267-9262. 

ESSEX.-Constituted as Old Saybrook, July 4, 1853, from Saybrook 
and included what are now the three towns of Essex, Old Saybrook and 
Westbrook. Name change to Essex in 1859. Contains Old Saybrook 
probate records from July 4, 1853 to July 4, 1859. Judge, vacancy. Loca- 
tion: Town Hall, 06426. Hours: 9 A.M.-l P.M., Monday through Friday; 
afternoons by appointment. Tel., 767-8201. 

HADDAM.-Constituted June 3, 1830. from Middletown and Chatham. 
Charles F. Riordan. Location: Town Hall, 06438. Hours: 9 A.M.-2:30 
P.M., Monday through Friday; summer hours subject to change. Tel., 

345-2667 or 345-2515. 

KILLINGWORTH.-Constituted June 3, 1834, from Saybrook (now 
Chester). Florence H. Marrone (P.O., R.F.D. 2, Killingworth 06417). 
Clerk, Mrs. Delores Howard. Location: Town Office Bldg., Rte. 81. 
Hours: 9-12 A.M., Monday and Wednesday, and by appointment. Tel., 
Bus., 663-2505: Res., 663-2137. 

OLD SAYBROOK. -Constituted July 4, 1859, from Essex. Old Say- 
brook probate records between 1666-1719 are in New London and New 
Haven; records between 1719-1780 are in Guilford; records between 1780- 
1853 are in Chester; records between 1853-1859 are in Essex; records from 
1 859 to the present are in Old Saybrook. Elton D. Rhodes. Location: Town 
Hall, Main St., 06475. Hours: 9 A.M.-l P.M., Monday through Friday, 
and by appointment. Tel., 388-5390. 



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PORTLAND.-Constituted April 22, 1913, from Chatham. Contains the 
records of the District of Chatham previous to January 6, 1915. Joseph G. 
Lynch. Location: Town Hall, 06480. Hours: 9 A.M.-4:30 P.M., Monday 
through Friday. Tel., 342-2880. 

*SAYBROOK.-Constituted May session, 1780, from Guilford. Elsie L. 
Tarpill (P.O., Chester 06412). Location: Main St., Chester. Hours: 9-12 
A.M., 1-4 P.M., Monday through Friday. Tel., 526-2796. 

WESTBROOK.-Constituted July 4, 1854, from Old Saybrook. Olin E. 
Neidlinger. Location: Town Hall, 06498. Hours: By appointment. Tel., 
399-6236. 

•The district of Saybrook serves only the town of Chester. 

Tolland County 

TOLLAND (Tolland, Willington). -Constituted June 4, 1830, from 
Stafford. Charles E. Regan (P.O. Box 5, Tolland 06084). Clerk, Claire 
Buckley. Tel., 429-4847. Location: Administration Bldg. Hours: 7-9 P.M., 
Monday; 9 A.M.-4 P.M., Thursday, and by appointment. Tel., 872-9985. 

ANDOVER (Andover, Bolton, Columbia). -Constituted June 27, 
1851, from Hebron; contains the records of Hebron from May session, 
1789 to June 27. 1851. Valdis Vinkels. Location: Hebron Rd., Andover 
06232. Hours: By appointment. Tel., 742-8510. 

COVENTRY.-Constituted June 19, 1849, from Hebron. David C. 
Rappe. Location: Route 31, Town Office Bldg., 06238. Hours: Weekdays, 
9 A.M.-12 noon; Thursday evenings, 7:30-9 P.M. Tel., 742-6791. 

ELLINGTON (Ellington, Vernon). -Constituted May 31, 1826, from 
East Windsor and Stafford. Thomas F. Rady III. Clerk, Hazel M. Carter. 
Location: 14 Park Place, P.O. Box 268, Rockville 06066. Hours: 9-12 
A.M., 1-4 P.M., Monday through Thursday; 9-12 A.M., 1-2 P.M., Fri- 
day. Tel., 872-0519. 

HEBRON.-Constituted May session, 1789, from Windham, East Had- 
dam and East Windsor. The records of Hebron previous to June 27, 1851, 
are in Andover. /. Stewart Stockwell. Location: Town Office Bldg., 06248. 
Hours: 9 A.M.-l P.M., Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and by appointment. 
Tel., 228-9406. 

MANSFIELD.-Constituted May 30, 1831, from Windham. Joan 
Quarto. Location: Probate Court, Mansfield Municipal Bldg., Rte. 195, 
Storrs 06268. Hours: 9-12 A.M., Monday through Wednesday. Tel., Bus., 
429-1504; Res., 429-3581. 

SOMERS.-Constituted June 3, 1834, from Ellington. Francis W. Dev- 
lin, Jr. Location: Town Hall, 600 Main St., 06071. Hours: Daily, 10 A.M.- 
12 noon; Hearings by appointment. Tel., 749-7012. 

STAFFORD (Stafford, Union). -Constituted May session, 1759, from 
Hartford and Pomfret. Thomas J. Fiore. Location: Town Hall, Stafford 
Springs 06076. Hours: 9-12 A.M., 1-5 P.M., Monday through Friday. 
Tel., 684-3423. 



SECTION IV— COUNTIES 



There are no County Seats in Connecticut 
(County government was abolished effective October 1, 1960; counties continue 
to prevail as geographical subdivisions.) 



Connecticut State Sheriffs Association. — Pres., Henry F. Healey, Jr., 
Derby; Vice Pres., Gloria R. Clark, Greenwich; Secy., Francis H. Curnan, Stafford 
Springs; Treas., Clifford B. Green, Danielson. 

Exec. Committee: Patrick J. Hogan, Bristol; Thomas G. Martin, New London; 
Victor P. Reis, Torrington; Joseph P. Walsh, Middletown. 

COUNTY SHERIFFS AND CORONERS 

(Sheriffs are elected for the term of four years, Art. IV, Sec. 25, Conn. Const. Coroners are 
appointed by the judges of the superior court, upon the recommendation of the state's attorney 
in each county, for the term of three years, Sec. 6-50, Gen. Stat.) 



HARTFORD COUNTY (Constituted, 1666) 

Sheriff, Patrick J. Hogan, 81 Lynn Rd., Bristol, June 1, 1983. (Salary, $18,500.) 
Office: State Court Bldg., 95 Washington St., Hartford 06106. Tel., 566-4930. 
Chief Deputy, Francis M. DeLucco, 195 Victoria Rd., Hartford. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Hartford, Frederic S. Barber, 69 Colonial St.; Gerard Beau- 
doin, 284 Freeman St.; Thomas Colangelo, 281 Brown St.; Henry J. Cwikla, 72 
Goodrich St.; Francis M. DeLucco, 195 Victoria Rd.; Walter Fonfara, 272 Linn- 
moore St.; James Frazier, 18 Keney Ter.; Basilio E. Gonzalez, 45 Webster St.; 
Russell Huk, 297 Grandview Ter.; Herman Milton, 70 Burlington St.; Aaron B. 
Mounds, 3 Cambridge St.; William U. Myers, 16 Applewood Rd., Bloomfield; 
Julian A. Nesta, 81 Cromwell St.; Joseph A. Rubera, 206 Hubbard Rd.; Nathan 
Ticotsky, 893 Farmington Ave., West Hartford; Robert J. Urso, 211 George St.; 
Wilmer J. Woolford, Jr., 53 Oakland Ter. Berlin, Edward R. Dyer, 804 Beckley 
Rd., East Berlin. Bloomfield, Isaac Homelson, 1 1 Guernsey Rd. Bristol, Vincent J. 
DiPietro, 88 Birch St.; Daniel Riccio, 77 Baldwin Dr. East Hartford, Frank J. 
Fitzgerald, 67 Maplewood Ave.; John T. Plodzik, 9 Mountain View Dr.; Dominic 
J. Serignese, 67 Christine Dr. East Windsor, James P. Bloznalis, Ellsworth Rd., 
Broad Brook. Enfield, Theodore J. Plamondon, Jr., 109 South Rd. Farmington, 
William B. Flaherty, 202 Plainville Ave., Unionville. Glastonbury, James J. 
Noonan, Jr., 188 Bell St. Manchester, Clarence E. Foley, 85 Hollister St.; John J. 
Sullivan, 89 Finley St. Marlborough, Edgar G. Girouard, Fairview Ave. New Brit- 
ain, Charles S. Conochalla, 85 Vance St.; Walter Gotowala, 85 Spring St.; Leo 
Plasczynski, 180 Dean Dr.; Louis Rio, 47 Mohawk St. Newington, Robert Tracy, 
98 Cedar St. Plainville, John W. Tarca, 50 Skyline Dr. Rocky Hill, Anthony C. 
Amodeo, 209 Starr Dr. Simsbury, Edward M. Cosgrove, 43 Chriswell Dr.; Richard 
E. Ostop, P.O. Box 42. Southington, Dominic J. Egidio, 8 Highridge Rd. South 
Windsor, Peter Kostek, 81 Beelzebub Rd., Wapping. West Hartford, Leonard J. 
Conant, 49 Lost Brook Rd.; Arthur T. Hill, 172 Florence St.; Thomas J. O'Neill, 
Jr., 1 16 White Ave.; Harry Simons, 86 Ardmore Rd. Wethersfield, Albenie Gag- 
non, 401 Coppermill Rd.; Anthony Zacchio, 30 Livingston St. Windsor, Erwyn 

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COUNTY SHERIFFS AND CORONERS 297 

Glanz, 37 Maple Ave. Windsor Locks, Francis K. Colli, 54 No. Main St.; James F 
Karp, 88 No. Main St. 

Coroner, Henry Ramenda, 75 Elm St., Hartford 061 15. (Salary, $10,750.) Dep- 
uty Coroner, William C. Galligan, Newington. 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY (Constituted, 1666) 

Sheriff, Henry F. Healey, Jr., 20 Fairview Ter., Derby, June 1, 1983. Salary, 
$18,500.) Office: State Court House, 235 Church St., New Haven 06510. Mailing 
address, P.O. Box 200, New Haven 06501. Tel., 789-7883. Chief Deputy, Vincent 
E. Mauro, 718 Legion Ave., New Haven. 

Deputy Sheriffs — New Haven, Arthur T. Barbieri, 199 Crown St.; Lonnie W. 
Barnes, 311 Bassett St.; Ronald K. Bayer, 280 Alden Ave.; Salvatore DiNicola, 
133 Greenwood St.; Joseph Gemski, 159 Cedar Hill Ave.; William Gianelli, 133 
Oakley St.; Raymond E. Harris, P.O. Box 1411; Vincent E. Mauro, P.O. Box 
1689; Jacob G. Miller, 73 Hemlock Rd.; Sherman Robinson, 200 Goffe St., Apt. 
37; George Salerno, 265 Church St.; Anthony Taneszio, 22 Hopkins Dr. Ansonia, 
Nicholas R. Badamo, 6 Columbia St.; Louis Bartolotta, 48 Root Ave.; William 
Hine, 76 Hodge Ave. Beacon Falls, Walter A. Muroff, 400 Bethany Rd. Branford, 
George Henninger, 17 Hamre La. Cheshire, Carmen Civitello, 293 Mountain Rd.; 
Michael J. Logue, 152 Talmadge Rd. Derby, John F. Getlein, P.O. Box 396. East 
Haven, Dominick Redente, 96 Tyler St. Hamden, Frederick J. Baker, 6 Peter 
Manor, 9-B; S. George DiNapoli, 442 Circular Ave.; Fred Malzone, 86 Daniel 
Rd.; Thomas J. Russo, 31 Highwood Ave. Madison, Russell Kelleher, P.O. Box 
48 1 . Meriden, Walter Brys, 156 Stoddard Dr.; Michael Cassidy, 152 Reynolds Dr.; 
Joseph Grodzicki, 48 Sunset Ave.; Anthony Marcellino, 372 Kensington Ave.; Jo- 
seph J. Salafia, 108 South Vine St. Milford, George J. Amato, 10 Orchard Rd.; 
Donald Creller, 29 Christine Ter.; Robert H. Slavin, 62 Collingsdale Dr. Nauga- 
tuck, Walter Lantieri, 1 Mulberry St. Northford, Andrew Esposito, 2016 Middle- 
town Ave. North Haven, Ray Sharpe, 66 Oakwood Dr. Orange, Edward Hunihan, 
288 Hemlock Dr. Seymour, Kenneth Catlin, 16 First Ave. Wallingford, Anthony 
A. Giresi, 12 Westview Dr.; Charles Inguaggiato, 1017 North Main St. Ext.; Vin- 
cent Reig, 147 Highland Ave. Waterbury, George M. Apalucci, P.O. Box 2444; 
George Burns, 1175 Hamilton Ave.; Neil P. Callahan, 119 Leffingwell Ave.; Ste- 
phen Ferrucci, 28 Westridge Dr.; Vincent A. Germinaro, 386 Fairfield Ave.; An- 
gelo Guglielmo, P.O. Box 285; Domenic Jannetty, 150 Munroe Ave.; Albert 
Mucci, 98 Kelsey St.; Harold Tucker, 529 Park Rd. #97. West Haven, Charles 
Barrett, 212 Ocean Ave.; John C. Burgarella, P.O. Box 229; John Coppola, 12 
Wildwood Ter.; William J. Nolan, 36 Sharon Ave. Wolcott, John Chalmers, 697 
Woodtick Rd.; Vincent Messina, 24 James Place. 

Coroner, at New Haven, Salvatore L. Diglio, New Haven. (Salary, $10,750.) 
State Court House, 235 Church St., New Haven 06510. (Jurisdiction covers the 
towns of Bethany, Branford, Cheshire, East Haven, Guilford, Hamden, Madison, 
Meriden, New Haven, North Branford, North Haven, Orange, Wallingford, West 
Haven and Woodbridge.) Deputy Coroner, Joseph M. Delaney, New Haven. 



298 COUNTY SHERIFFS AND CORONERS 

Coroner, at Waterbury, Frank T. Healey, Jr., Waterbury. (Salary, $6,750.) 7 
Kendrick Ave., Waterbury 06702. (Jurisdiction covers the towns of Ansonia, Bea- 
con Falls, Bethlehem, Derby, Middlebury, Milford, Naugatuck, Orange, Oxford, 
Prospect, Seymour, Shelton, Southbury, Thomaston, Waterbury, Watertown, 
Wolcott and Woodbury.) Deputy Coroner, William L. Tobin, Waterbury. 



NEW LONDON COUNTY (Constituted, 1666) 

Sheriff, Thomas G. Martin, 25 Moran St., New London 06320, June 1, 1983. 
(Salary, $18,500.) Office: State Court House, 70 Huntington St., New London 
06320. Tel., 443-5400. Chief Deputy, Paul A. Delmonte, 71 Sandy Lane, Norwich 
06360. Tel., 887-0410. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Colchester, Walter P. Nicola, Sr., 41 Boretz Rd. East Lyme, 

Joseph L. Corbett, 20 McElaney Dr., Niantic. Groton, Richard J. Andriola, 41 
Hamilton Ave.; Henry E. Haley, Box 198, R.F.D. 1, Gales Ferry. Lebanon, John 
Sellick, Rte. 207. Ledyard, Mary Lippman, P.O. Box 34; Henry N. Marsh, P.O. 
Box 1; Maureen Marsh, P.O. Box 1. Lyme, John T. Hobbes, III, Joshuatown Rd. 
New London, Joseph LoGioco, 41 Orchard St.; Alfred A. Moutran, 1016 Ocean 
Ave.; Wayne Vendetto, 91 Norwood Ave. Norwich, Paul A. Delmonte, 71 Sandy 
Lane; Peter Przekop, 141 Golden St.; John Rizzuto, 30 Gillette Rd. Old Lyme, 
Edward T. Sennett, 2D Mile Creek Rd. Waterford, Thomas F. McKittrick, 4 
Cherry St.; Leonard Weinberg, 15 Edgewood Avenue. 

Coroner, Joseph E. Moukawsher, New London. (Salary, $6,750.) 309 State St., 
New London 06320. Deputy Coroner, Thomas H. Eyles, 6 Mechanic St., Pawca- 
tuck. 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY (Constituted, 1666) 

Sheriff, Gloria Rice Clark, 175 Riverside Ave., Riverside, June 1, 1983. (Salary, 
$18,500.) Office: 1061 Main St., Bridgeport 06604. Tel., 579-6239. Chief Deputy, 
Philip M. Pittocco, 229 Hamilton Ave., Greenwich. 

Deputy Sheriffs— Bethel, Gilbert R. Whitlock, Jr., 22 Whitlock Ave. Bridgeport, 

John P. Basile, 200 Woodmont Ave., Apt. 115; Donald D. DeVeny, P.O. Box 1619; 
Agustin Figueroa, 142 Howe St.; Keith Kelley, 1812 Boston Ave.; Kenneth J. Kel- 
ley, P.O. Box 2096; Raymond E. Lutka, 3846 Old Town Rd.; Jim Phelan, 115 
Westfield Ave.; Christopher Testo, 85 Russo Ter. Brooktield Center, William B. 
Tappan, West Whisconier Hill. Danbury, Albert R. Cavalier, 7 Old Stadley Rough 
Rd.; Michael F. Chapleau, P.O. Box 11. Easton, Mary E. Blevins, 80 Morehouse 
Rd. Fairfield, John Steeneck, 260 Shetland Dr.; Ansel Wittstein, 114 Rosemere 
Ave. Greenwich, George Cooke, 32 Cliff Ave.; Philip M. Pittocco, 229 Hamilton 
Ave.; George E. Twine, 40 Cassidy St. New Fairfield, Francis A. Chapleau, Holly- 



COUNTY SHERIFFS AND CORONERS 299 

wyle Park, R.D. #4. Newtown, Joy L. Martin, 54 Orchard Hill Rd. Norwalk, Nich- 
olas Bredice, 31 France St.; Gerald Greene, P.O. Box 323, Rowayton; Oscar Lugo, 
24 Theodore La.; Francis O'Hara, 17 Boulder Cir. Shelton, Anne M. Griffin, 40 
Quaker Ridge Rd. Stamford, Julius J. Blois, 107 Woodridge Dr.; William F. Mal- 
loy, 87 Glenbrook Rd.; David N. OKeefe, 54 Courtland Hill St., Glenbrook; Jo- 
seph L. Santagata, 24 Knickerbocker Ave. Stratford, Mildred Perlmutter, 176 
Burbank Dr. Trumbull, Albert Caliendo, P.O. Box 67; Joseph P. McQuade, 18 
Botsford PI.; Frank J. Rocco, P.O. Box 366; Frank M. Schatra, 302 Booth Hill Rd. 
Weston, Leslie Wile, 27 Hackberry Hill Rd. Westport, Douglas J. Beirne, 20 Hales 
Ct. 

Coroner, Paul V. McNamara, Bridgeport. (Salary, $10,750.) 1061 Main St., 
Bridgeport 06604. Deputy Coroner, Raymond W. Ganim, Stratford. 



WINDHAM COUNTY (Constituted, 1726) 

Sheriff, Clifford B. Green, Day St., Danielson, June 1, 1983. (Salary, $16,500.) 
Office: Superior Court Bldg., Church St., Putnam 06260. Tel., 928-5181. Chief 
Deputy, John Sasser, R.F.D. 1, Wauregan Rd., Danielson. 

Deputy Sheriffs— Ashford, Robert Sedlack, R.F.D. Brooklyn, William E. Adint, 
Wolf Den Rd.; John E. Bassett, Jr., Cliff St.; Richard Brouillard, Barrett Hill. 
Killing!)-, Roger Gladu, So. Main St., Danielson; John Sasser, R.F.D. 1, Waure- 
gan Rd., Danielson. Putnam, Paul Martell, Sr., Church St. Thompson, John J. 
Kelly, Box 205, North Grosvenor Dale. Windham, Melvin Cantor, P.O. Box 341, 
Willimantic; James Murphy, 5 Foster Dr., Willimantic. 

Coroner, Raymond T. Wheaton, Putnam. (Salary, $4,250.) 158 Main St., Put- 
nam 06260. Deputy Coroner, David B. Boyd, 158 Main St., Putnam. 



LITCHFIELD COUNTY (Constituted, 1751) 

Sheriff, Victor P. Reis, P.O. Box 735, Litchfield, June 1, 1983. (Salary, $16,500.) 
Office: Litchfield County Court House, West St., Litchfield 06759. Tel., 567-0844. 
Chief Deputy, Vincent H. Duplain, P.O. Box 735, Litchfield. 

Deputy Sheriffs— Bethlehem, Richard O. Johnson, West Rd. Goshen, Walter M. 
Barrett, North St. Harwinton, Armand O. Gauthier, Rte. 118. New Milford, V. 

James DiMauro, 6A Wellsville Ave.; Naomi A. Miller, East Buck's Rock Rd.; 
David E. Pare, 48 Sullivan Rd. Plymouth, James M. Clark, Jr., 372 Lake Plym- 
outh Blvd. Salisbury, Edward M. Patton, Ore Mine Rd., Lakeville. Sharon, Ernest 
A. Von Richthofen, Sharon Valley. Thomaston, Charles R. Fray, Jr., 95 Bristol St. 
Torrington, Stanley F. Domaszewski, 427 Migeon Ave.; Vincent H. Duplain, 20 
North St.; Arthur P. Oles, 2096 Norfolk Rd.; Richard Perry, 20 Linden St.; Joseph 
J. Silano, 22 Cook St. Watertown, Philip J. Berchonak, 19 Carter St.. Oakville; 
Edwin F. Traver, 120 Main St. Winchester, Samuel J. Holden, R.D. 1. Winsted; 
William K. Rogers, 47 Hinsdale Ave., Winsted; Richard Simmons, 144 Williams 
Ave., Winchester. 



300 COUNTY SHERIFFS AND CORONERS 

Coroner, H. Gibson Guion, Litchfield. (Salary, $4,250.) Mailing address: P.O. 
Box 127, 82 Main St., Thomaston 06787. Deputy Coroner, Emil A. Petke, 111 
Main St., Terryville. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY (Constituted, 1785) 

Sheriff, Joseph P. Walsh, 195 Prospect St., P.O. Box 1 1 1, Middletown, June 1, 
1983. (Salary, $16,500.) Office: DeKoven Dr., P.O. Box 111, Middletown 06457. 
Tel., 346-4968. Chief Deputy, Eugene Berry, 171 Bailey Rd., Middletown. 

Deputy Sheriffs— Clinton, Fred L. Wagner, 26 Grove St., P.O. Box 176. Crom- 
well, Neal F. Ehlers, P.O. Box 90. Durham, George Zeeb, 21 Austin Rd. East 
Haddam, George J. Smith, R.F.D., Moodus. East Hampton, Philip True, Ray- 
mond Rd. Essex, Dudley W. Clark, 1 Collins La., P.O. Box 157. Killingworth,Otto 

L. Forster, 39 Boulder Trail; Robert A. Kelleher, P.O. Box 460, Clinton. Middle- 
town, Eugene Berry, 1 7 1 Bailey Rd.; William Wrang, Jr., 22 Columbus Ave., P.O. 
Box 1015. Portland, Louis L. Sabalefski, 4 Penny Corner Rd. 

Coroner, John F. Shaw, Jr. (Salary, $4,250.) Deputy Coroner, vacancy. Mailing 
address: P.O. Box 660, Middletown 06457. 



TOLLAND COUNTY (Constituted, 1785) 

Sheriff, Francis H. Curnan, 33 Grant Ave., Stafford Springs, June 1, 1983. (Sal- 
ary, $16,500.) Office: State Court House, Brooklyn St., P.O. Box 84, Rockville 
06066. Tel., 872-3878. Chief Deputy, T. R. Satkowski, Upper Rd., Staffordville. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Andover, William Kowalski, Rte. 6. Bolton, Walter Treschuk, 
29 Carter St. Columbia, Richard L. Urban, Colonial Dr. Coventry, Fred Contessa, 
R.D. 3, Box 238; Ralph S. Thissell, P.O. Box 51. Ellington, Gayle DeBortoli, 5 
Strawberry Rd., Apt. #21. Hebron, Wallace Clebowicz, Hope Valley Rd. Mans- 
field, Richard Meehan, 19 Shady La., Storrs; Keith A. Norling, 28D Cornell Rd., 
P.O. Box 4, Mansfield Depot. Somers, Harold Duncan, 33 Green Tree Lane. Staf- 
ford, Alex Paolini, 15 Brandon St.; Robert F. Swift, 354 West Main St., Stafford 
Springs; T. R. Satkowski, Upper Rd., Staffordville. Tolland, Joseph A. Nedwied, 
32 Walbridge Hill Rd.; John F. Trainor, 67 Rhodes Rd. Union, David K. Foss, 7 
Webster Rd., Stafford. Vernon, Pasquale A. Deyorio, 97 Windsor Ave., P.O. Box 
155, Rockville; I. Arthur Garafolo, 141 Evergreen Rd.; Nicolina Therault. 13 Jan 
Dr. 

Coroner, Robert C. DuBeau (Salary, $4,250.) 30 Lafayette Sq., Rockville 06066. 
Deputy Coroner, vacancy. 



SECTION V— LOCAL GOVERNMENT 



TOWN ELECTIONS 

Biennially, odd years, first Monday in May 

Andover Bolton New Milford Windham 

Avon Burlington Sherman Woodbridge 

Barkhamsted Farmington Union 

Bethany Naugatuck 



Biennially, odd 

Ansonia 

Ashford 

Beacon Falls 

Berlin 

Bethel 

Bethlehem 

Bloomfield 

Bozrah 

Branford 

Bridgeport 

Bndgewater 

Bristol 

Brookfield 

Brookls n 

Canaan 

Canterbury 

Canton 

Chaplin 

Cheshire 

Chester 

Clinton 

Colchester 

Colebrook 

Columbia 

Cornwall 

Coventry 

Cromwell 

Danbury 

Danen 

Deep River 

Derby 

Durham 

Eastford 

East Granby 

East Haddam 

East Hampton 

East Hartford 

East Haven 

East Lyme 



years, Tuesday after the first Monday in November 



Easton 

East Windsor 

Ellington 

Enfield 

Essex 

Fairfield 

Franklin 

Glastonbury 

Goshen 

Granbv 

Greenwich 

Gnswold 

Groton 

Guilford 

Haddam 

Hamden 

Hampton 

Hartford 

Hartland 

Harwinton 

Hebron 

Kent 

Killingly 

Kilhngworth 

Lebanon 

Ledyard 

Lisbon 

Litchfield 

Lvme 

Madison 

Manchester 

Mansfield 

Marlborough 

Menden 

Middleburv 

Middlefield 

Middletown 

Milford 

Monroe 



Montville 

Morris 

New Britain 

New Canaan 

New Fairfield 

New Hartford 

New Haven 

Newington 

New London 

Newtown 

Norfolk 

North Branford 

North Canaan 

North Haven 

North Stonington 

Nor walk 

Norwich 

Old L>me 

Old Saybrook 

Orange 

Oxford 

Plainfield 

Plainville 

Plymouth 

Pomfret 

Portland 

Preston 

Prospect 

Putnam 

Rcddin- 

Ridgefield 

Rocky Hill 

Roxbury 

Salem 

Salisbury 

Scotland 

Sev mour 

Sharon 

Shelton 



Simsbury 

Somers 

Southbury 

Southington 

South Windsor 

Sprague 

Stafford 

Stamford 

Sterling 

Stonington 

Stratford 

Suffield 

Thomaston 

Thompson 

Tolland 

Tornngton 

Trumbull 

Vernon 

Voluntown 

Walhngford 

Warren 

Washington 

Waterbury 

Waterford 

Watertown 

Westbrook 

West Hartford 

West Haven 

Weston. 

Westport 

Wethersfield 

Wilhngton 

Wilton 

Winchester (Winsted) 

Windsor 

Windsor Locks 

Wolcott 

Woodbury 

Woodstock 



CITY ELECTIONS 

•Town and city consolidated or co-extensive 

Biennially, odd years, first Monday in May 

Groton 

Biennially, odd years, Tuesday after the first Monday in November 



•Ansonia 

•Bridgeport 

•Bristol 

•Danbury 

•Derby 

•Hartford 



•Menden 
• Middletown 
•Milford 
•New Britain 
•New Haven 
•New London 



•Norwalk 
•Norwich 
Putnam 
•Shelton 
•Stamford 
•Tornngton 



• W aterbury 
•West Haven 
Wilhmantic 



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BOROUGH ELECTIONS 

•Town and borough consolidated. 



Biennially, odd years, first Monday in May 

Bantam (Litchfield) 
Colchester 

Danielson (Killingly) 
Fenwick (Old Saybrook) 
Jewett City (Griswold) 



Litchfield 

•Naugatuck 

Newtown 

Stafford Springs (Stafford) 
Stonington 
Woodmont (Milford) 



(Where the name of the borough is other than the town in which it is located, the 
town location is given in parentheses.) 



CITIES IN CONNECTICUT WITH DATE OF INCORPORATION 



City 



County 



Date Incorporated 



New Haven, 


New Haven 


January session, 1784 


New London, 


New London 


1784 


Hartford, 


Hartford 


May session, 1784 


Middletown, 


Middlesex 


1784 


Norwich, 


New London 


1784 


Bridgeport, 


Fairfield 


1836 


Waterbury, 


New Haven 


1853 


Meriden, 


44 


1867 


New Britain, 


Hartford 


1870 


Danbury, 


Fairfield 


January session, 1889 


Ansonia, 


New Haven 


1893 


Derby, 




1893 


Norwalk, 


Fairfield 


1893 


Stamford. 


44 


1893 


Willimantic (Windham), 


Windham 


1893 


Putnam, 




1895 


Bristol, 


Hartford 


1911 


Shelton, 


Fairfield 


1915 


Winsted (Winchester), 


Litchfield 


named January session, 1917 


Tornngton, 




1923 


Milford. 


New Haven 


1959 


West Haven, 


New Haven 


Home Rule Act, June 1961 


Groton, 


New London 


' May 4, 1964 



BOROUGHS IN CONNECTICUT WITH DATE OF INCORPORATION 



Borough 

Stonington, 

Newtown, 

Colchester, 

Danielson (Killingly) 

Stafford Springs (Stafford), 

Litchfield, 

Naugatuck, 

Jewett City (Griswold,, 

Fenwick (Old Saybrook), 

Woodmont (Milford), 

Bantam (Litchfield), 



County 

New London 

Fairfield 

New London 

Windham 

Tolland 

Litchfield 

New Haven 

New London 

Middlesex 

New Haven 

Litchfield 



Date Incorporated 

May session, 1801 
1824 
1824 
1854 
1873 
»n, 1879 
1893 
1895 
1899 
1903 
1915 



January 



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TOWN CLERKS 



Andover, 

Ansonia, 

Ashford, 

Avon, 

Barkhamsted 

Beacon Falls, 

Berlin, 

Bethany, 

Bethel, 

Bethlehem, 

Bloomfield, 

Bolton, 

Bozrah, 

Branford, 

Bridgeport, 

Bridgewater, 

Bristol, 

Brookfield, 

Brooklyn, 

Burlington, 

Canaan, 

Canterbury, 

Canton, 

Chaplin, 

Cheshire, 

Chester, 

Clinton, 

Colchester, 

Colebrook, 

Columbia, 

Cornwall, 

Coventry, 

Cromwell, 

Danbury, 

Darien, 

Deep River, 

Derby, 

Durham, 

Eastford, 

East Granby, 

East Haddam, 

East Hampton 

East Hartford, 

East Haven, 

East Lyme, 

Easton, 

East Windsor, 

Ellington, 

Enfield, 

Essex, 

Fairfield, 

Farmington, 

Franklin, 

Glastonbury 

Goshen, 

Granby, 

Greenwich, 

Griswold, 

Groton, 

Guilford, 

Haddam, 

Hamden, 

Hampton, 

Hartford, 



Mrs. Ruth K. Munson 
J. Edward Cooke 
Royal O. Knowlton 
Mrs. Caroline B. LaMonica 
Charles L. Day 
Francis X. Doiron 
Mrs. Joanne G. Ward 
Mrs. Alice B. Bunton 
Herbert W. Clarkson 
Mrs. Lucy N. Palangio 
Mrs. Elizabeth F. Jolley 
Mrs. Catherine K. Leiner 
Mrs. Anna Man- 
Peter Ablondi 
Michael Mehai 
Mrs. Grace V. Meddaugh 
Mrs. Rita D. Brown 
Mrs. Ruth B. Burr 
Mrs. Madeleine E. Costa 
Mrs. Clara N. Hamernick 
Mrs. Lucille E. Marston 
Mrs. Marguerite Simpson 
Mrs. Barbara Barlow 
Bernard M. Church 
Warren E. Hall 
Mrs. Elsie L. Tarpill 
Theodore P. Moser 
Mrs. Patricia LaGrega 
Mrs. N. Joyce Nelson 
Mrs. Rita T. Cloutier 
Mrs. Delphine F. Fenn 
Mrs. Elizabeth R. Rychling 
Bernard Neville 
Mrs. Margaret M. Ward 
Mrs. Marilyn M. Van Sciver 
Mrs. Jean M. Ressler 
Mrs. Marion C. Molloy 
Mrs. Marjorie C. Hatch 
Mrs. Margaret G. Cooper 
Mrs. Miriam W. Viets 
Mrs. Mildred E. Quinn 
Mrs. Pauline L. Markham 
John J. Barry, Jr. 
John T. Brereton 
Joseph R. McGrath 
Carl Mlinar 
Mrs. Grace E. Kerkins 
Mrs. Dorothy B. Macintosh 
Philip E. Clarkin 
Mrs. Betty J. Gaudenzi 
Miss Mary A. Katona 
Edgar A. King 
Mrs. Helen S. Gural 
Edward J. Friedeberg 
Mrs. Violet W. Vaill 
Mrs. Cilesta V. Adamick 
Otto Klumpp 
Wilfred Jodoin 
Mrs. Sally M. Sawyer 
Mrs. Barbara E. Rawson 
Mrs. Ann P. Huffstetler 
Mrs. Carol B. Shank 
Mrs. Margaret A. Fox 
Robert J. Gallivan 



Hartland, Peder T. Pedersen 

Harwinton, Mrs. Cherie D. Reynolds 

Hebron, Mrs. Marian Celio 

Kent, Mrs. Marian F. Pacocha 
Killingly, Mrs. Marcella A. McMerriman 

Killingworth, Mrs. Hazel C. Haynes 

Lebanon, Mrs. Helen M. Littlefield 

Ledyard, Mrs. Hazel J. Gunuskey 

Lisbon, Mrs. Florence Pawlikowski 

Litchfield, Mrs. Evelyn N. Goodwin 

Lyme, Mrs. Joan K. Meyers 

Madison, Leo E. Bonoff 

Manchester, Edward J. Tomkiel 

Mansfield, Mrs. Madelyn A. Eremita 

Marlborough, Ethel M. Fowler 

Meriden, Mrs. Dolores G. Pollard 

Middlebury, Mrs. Doris M. Valentine 

Middlefield, Mrs. Evelyn Konefal 

Middletown, Anthony Sbona 

Milford, Mrs. Margaret S. Egan 

Monroe, Mrs. Edna R. Stein 

Montville, Mrs. Jane H. Squires 

Morris, Mrs. Dorothy P. Towne 

Naugatuck, Mrs. Janet C. Miller 

New Britain, Richard T. Murphy 

New Canaan, Mrs. Mary L. Ritter 

New Fairfield, Mrs. Helen S. Pettibone 

New Hartford, Mrs. Charlotte S. Dufour 

New Haven, William Jones 

Newington, Edward S. Seremet 

New London, Mrs. Grace M. Podeszwa 

New Milford, Mrs. Anna E. Chapin 

Newtown, Mrs. Mae S. Schmidle 

Norfolk, Mrs. Anne R. O'Connor 
North Branford, Mrs. Roberta N. Jenkins 

North Canaan, Mrs. Josephine S. Harris 

North Haven, Mrs. Amelia P. Kennedy 
North Stonington, 

Mrs. Patricia P. McGowan 

Norwalk, Mrs. Mary O. Keegan 

Norwich, Miss Yvonne E. Benac 

Old Lyme, Mrs. Jessie F. Smith 

Old Saybrook, Charles L. Doherty, Jr. 
Orange, Mrs. Marjorie B. Wahnquist 
Oxford, Mrs. Beverly M. Martinoli 

Plainfield, Mrs. Patricia Carroll 

Plainville, Peter T. Lennon 

Plymouth, Harold Z. Lyga 

Pomfret. Mrs. Nora V. Johnson 

Portland, Mrs. Bernadette M. Dillon 

Preston, Albert P. Steffenson 
Prospect, Ms. Patricia M. Vaillancourt 

Putnam, Mrs. Delia A. Bernier 

Redding, H. Emerson Burritt 

Ridgefield, Mrs. Therese C. Leary 

Rocky Hill, Mrs. Marion H. Palmer 

Roxbury, Mrs. Elinor P. Hurlbut 

Salem, Mrs. Sylvia Winakor 

Salisbury, Mrs. Lila S. Nash 

Scotland, Mrs. Barbara Szall 

Seymour, Miss Norma E. Drummer 

Sharon, Mrs. Anna M. Johnson 

Shelton, Mrs. Beverly M. Brown 

Sherman, Mrs. Carol L. Havens 



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304 

Simsbury, 

Somers, 

Southbury, 

Southington, 

South Windsor, 

Sprague, 

Stafford, 

Stamford, 

Sterling, 

Stonington, 

Stratford, 

Suffield, 

Thomaston, 

Thompson, 

Tolland, 

Torrington, 

Trumbull, 

Union, 

Vernon, 

Voluntown, 

Wallingford 



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Ansonia, 

Bridgeport, 

Bristol, 

Danbury, 

Derby, 

Groton, 

Hartford, 

Meriden, 

Middletown, 

Milford, 

New Britain, 

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Bloomfield, 

East Hartford, 

East Haven, 

Enfield, 

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Hartford,* 

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Manchester, 

Mansfield, 

Monroe, 

Newington, 

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John W. Case, Sr. 

Mrs. Irene Percoski 

Mrs. Inez T. Clark 

Mrs. Juanine S. DePaolo 

Charles N. Enes 

Mrs. Mary M. Stefon 

Mrs. Pauline Laskow 

Mrs. Lois PontBriant 

Mrs. Doris Tyler 

Joseph J. Purtill 

William J. Readey, Jr. 

Mrs. Judith A. Remington 

Mrs. Edna Billings 

Mrs. Rachel C. Haggerty 

Mrs. Elaine G. Bugbee 

Robert M. Phalen 

Paul S. Timpanelli 

Mrs. Alice E. Hine 

Henry F. Butler 

Richard A. Osga 

Mrs. Carolyn R. Massoni 

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James J. Finnucan 

John C. Mandanici 

Michael L. Werner 

Donald W. Boughton 

Edward J. Cecarelli 

Donald B. Sweet 

George A. Athanson 

Walter A. Evilia 

Anthony S. Marino 

Henry A. Povinelli 

William J. McNamara 

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Orlando P. Ragazzi 

Richard Goodman* 

Richard H. Blackstone 

Anthony Proto, Jr. 

James Baum* 

Francis J. Hagerty* 

Lucien A. DiMeo 

J. Alfred Clark, Jr. 

Stephen T. Penny* 

George E. Whitham* 

William C. Rado, Sr. 

Paul S. Uccello 



Warren, 

Washington, 

Waterbury, 

Waterford, 

Watertown, 

Westbrook, 

West Hartford, 

West Haven, 

Weston, 

Westport, 

Wethersfield, 

Willington, 

Wilton, 

Winchester, 

Windham, 

Windsor, 

Windsor Locks, 

Wolcott, 

Woodbridge, 

Woodbury, 

Woodstock, 

OF CITIES 

New Haven, 

New London, 

Norwalk, 

Putnam, 

Shelton, 

Stamford, 

Torrington, 

Waterbury, 

West Haven, 

Willimantic, 

Winsted, 

OF TOWNS 

North Branford, 

Plymouth, 

Prospect, 

Rocky Hill, 

South Windsor, 

Vernon, 

Wallingford, 

West Hartford, 

Wethersfield, 

Windsor, 

Wolcott, 



Mrs. Priscilla S. Coords 

Mrs. Doris K. Welles 

Mrs. Patricia M. Mulhall 

Mrs. Catherine D. Geer 

Mrs. Mary B. Canty 

Mrs. Ethel M. Erickson 

Mrs. Helen A. Derick 

Albert E. Forte 

Mrs. Gertrude Walker 

Mrs. Joan M. Hyde 

W. Dudley Birmingham 

Mrs. Eleanor DuPilka 

Mrs. Mary H. Duffy 

Russell A. Didsbury 

R. James Sypher 

George J. Tudan 

Mrs. Marie E. Dengenis 

Elaine L. King 

Mrs. Jean M. Hanna 

Mrs. Olive B. King 

Miss F. Veronica Hibbard 



Frank Logue 

Carl Stoner 

William A. Collins 

Michael D. Duffy 

Eugene M. Hope 

Louis A. Clapes 

Hodges V. R. Waldron 

Edward D. Bergin 

Robert A. Johnson 

Sebastian Ternullo 

Kingsley H. Beecher* 



Timothy P. Ryan* 

Donald Kucinskas 

Robert J. Chatfield 

Paul T. Daukas 

Nancy A. Caffyn* 

Frank J. McCoy 

Rocco J. Vumbaco 

Anne P. Streeter* 

A. Cynthia Matthews* 

Warren P. Johnson* 

Joseph J. Lango, Jr. 



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Philip K. Schenck, Jr. 

Clifford R. Vermilya 

Richard S. Borden, Jr. 

Frank B. Connolly 

Robert F. Ledger, Jr. 

Stephen A. Flis 

Donald C. Peach 

C. Richard Foote 

John A. Sulik 

Thomas E. Dwyer 

Robert B. Weiss 

Martin H. Berliner 

Richard W. Emerick 

Peter M. Curry 



New London,* 

North Branford, 

Norwich,* 

Plainville, 

Rocky Hill, 

Southington, 

South Windsor, 

Stratford, 

Tolland, 

Watertown, 

West Hartford, 

Wethersfield, 

Winchester, 

Windsor, 



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Thomas J. Wontorek 

Charles C. Whitty 

R. Gary Stenhouse 

Dana Whitman, Jr. 

John Weichsel 

Allan S. Young 

Michael B. Brown 

John B. Harkins 

James Troup 

William N. Brady 

Ralph A. DeSantis 

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Canterbury, 

Canton, 

Chaplin, 

Cheshire, 

Chester, 

Clinton, 

Colchester, 

Colebrook, 

Columbia, 

Cornwall, 

Coventry, 

Cromwell, 

Danbury, 

Darien, 

Deep River, 

Derby, 

Durham, 

Eastford, 

East Granby, 

East Haddam, 

East Hampton 

East Hartford, 

East Haven, 

East Lyme, 

Easton, 

East Windsor, 

Ellington, 

Enfield, 

Essex, 

Fairfield, 

Farmington, 

Franklin, 

Glastonbury, 

Goshen, 

Granby, 

Greenwich, 

Griswold, 

Groton, 

Guilford, 

Haddam, 

Hamden, 

Hampton, 



Cynthia Clark 

Roy Vacca 

Antoinette G. Willard 

Mary-Frances L. MacKie 

Marc S. Herzog 

Richard A. Zollo 

Francis J. Motyka 

ing), Eugene H. Downs 

Allyn Arnold 

Helen H. Woodward 

Stedman G. Stearns 

Elaine R. Potterton 

Anna Mair 

William T. Lynch 

William J. Faulkner 

Jean B. Kavanek 

Esmonde J. Phelan, Jr. 

Theresa A. York 

Carmen L. McNeill 

Frances L. Reeve 

Mary M. Wright 

Marguerite Simpson 

Jane C. Raftery 

Charlotte B. Shead 

Donald E. Holley 

Dorothy B. Davies 

John V. Bruen 

Patricia LaGrega 

Mildred E. Smith 

Erminia D. Lowman 

Madeline S. Lape 

Audrey M. Bray 

Mary Ann Duval 

Louis T. Charles, Jr. 

Anthony T. Improta 

Roberta A. Ziobron 

Harry Kinney 

Maryann P. Boord 

Barbara A. Black 

Elizabeth G. Granger 

Rudolph R. Hoffmann 

Maria B. Durkin 

Raymond S. Slanda 

Yolanda H. Barraco 

Jeanette DiGiovanna 

Laura B. Halliwell 

Walter E. Bass, Jr. 

Barbara M. Paluska 

Vincent E. Santacroce 

Robert R. Guertin 

Guy M. Bonuomo 

Sarah Buchardt 

Denison W. Miner, Sr. 

John F. Croce 

Arthur W. Wistrom 

Muriel I. Oehring 

James L. Branca 

Emilie Jacobik 

George A. Jackson 

Stoddard M. Smith 

Sandra Vallera 

Winfield S. Davis 

Loretta P. Stone 



Hartford, 

Hartland, 

Harwinton, 

Hebron, 

Kent, 

Killingly, 

Killingworth, 

Lebanon, 

Ledyard, 

Lisbon, 

Litchfield, 

Lyme, 

Madison, 

Manchester, 

Mansfield, 

Marlborough, 

Meriden, 

Middlebury, 

Middlefield, 

Middletown, 

Milford, 

Monroe. 

Montville, 

Morris, 

Naugatuck, 

New Britain, 

New Canaan, 

New Fairfield, 

New Hartford, 

New Haven, 
Newington, 

New London, 
New Milford, 
Newtown, 
Norfolk, 
North Branford, 

North Canaan, 

North Haven, 

North Stonington 

Norwalk, 

Norwich, 

Old Lyme, 

Old Saybrook, 

Orange, 

Oxford, 

Plainfield, 

Plainville, 

Plymouth, 

Pomfret, 

Portland, 

Preston, 

Prospect, 

Putnam (City), 

Putnam (Town), 

Redding, 

Ridgefield, 

Rocky Hill, 

Roxbury, 

Salem, 

Salisbury, 

Scotland, 

Seymour, 

Sharon, 



Thomas L. Sataro 

Beverly M. Pinney 

John H. Thrall 

Joan M. Rowley 

Joan Mary Oros 

Adrien E. Bessette 

Jean D. Heft 

Norma H. Geer 

Ruth B. Rowley 

Teresa M. Sas 

William D. Brennan 

Julia H. Smith 

Warren S. Baker, Jr. 

James A. Turek 

Ramona R. Prouty 

Bette G. Oakes 

Joseph Zebora 

Helaine Swirda 

Mabel W. Coughlin 

Joseph S. Colonghi 

Patricia Orosz 

Daniel T. Dusenberry 

Nancy Saunders 

Carol J. Whittlesey 

William J. Stokes 

Fred J, Menditto 

Edith A. Cerretani 

Wade D. Middleton 

Joseph E. Schock 

Martin J. Griffin 

Helen B. Delemarre 

Lillian Smith 

Patricia T. Shea 

Elizabeth H. Smith 

Carol A. Tallon 

Vacancy 

Henry E. Pozzetta 

Amelia P. Kennedy 

Patricia P. McGowan 

Mary K. Ryan 

Gerard H. Cotnoir 

Marie L. Bugbee 

Olive P. Mulvihill 

Marjorie B. Wahnquist 

Anna M. Posick 

Henry Daley 

Dorothy C. Gerke 

Hayden R. Marsh 

Esther M. Williams 

Laura E. Aekcrman 

Albert P. Steffenson 

Lucien A. Fortier 

Anne H. Bourgeois 

Paula Lajeunesse 

Elizabeth M. Blair 

Alice P. Besse 

Patricia M. Milliord 

Mrs. Brooke J. Wheeler 

John W. Dytko 

Denise M. Rice 

Rosilda Lasch 

Margaret Llewellyn 

Jean E. McKee 



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Shelton, 

Sherman, 

Simsbury, 

Somers, 

Southbury, 

Southington, 

South Windsor, 

Sprague, 

Stafford, 

Stamford, 

Sterling, 

Stonington, 

Stratford, 

Suffield, 

Thomaston, 

Thompson, 

Tolland, 

Torrington, 

Trumbull, 

Union, 

Vernon, 

Voluntown, 



David Vodola 

Ellen M. Myslow 

Gertrude T. Hall 

Leon Dolby 

Violet Davis 

Alice Gray 

Edward C. Moniz 

Rita T. Caron 

Frances Hubert 

John D. Mello, Jr. 

Emma M, Sullivan 

Maurice C. LaGrua 

Robert Windt 

Judith A. Remington 

John L. Wilson 

Renato T. Schwend 

Earl H. Beebe, Jr. 

Raymond Crovo 

Irene Simalchik 

Maureen M. Eaton 

Sylvia Wilson 

Frances B. Grenier 



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Washington, 

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Westbrook, 

West Hartford, 

West Haven, 

Weston, 

Westport, 

Wethersfield, 

Willington, 

Wilton, 

Winchester, 

Windham, 

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Windsor Locks, 

Wolcott, 

Woodbridge, 

Woodbury, 

Woodstock, 



Charles L. Fields 

Priscilla S. Coords 

Ruth M. Alex 

Donald M. Rinaldi 

Germania M. Jensen 

Arm and J. Derouin 

Gladys M. Nielsen 

Anthony Brasacchio 

Marjorie J. Blake 

Elizabeth N. Jackson 

Richard T. Russell 

Robert A. Johnson 

Claire T. Buckley 

Clare C. B. Stoppia 

Margaret C. Serafini 

Mary J. W. Lee 

John J. McKeon 

Robert A. Taravella 

Lorraine C. McQueen 

Jean M. Hanna 

Lorraine C. Traver 

Patricia L. Kowal 



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TOWNS, CITIES AND BOROUGHS 

The following list of municipal officers and justices of the peace was compiled from returns 
filed with the Secretary of the State by the local municipal clerks through March 1, 1979. 

Statistics of towns, cities and boroughs are also secured from the clerks of the several munic- 
ipalities annually, and upon them we depend for the accuracy of the data herein set forth. The 
area of the towns (total area of land and inland water) is taken from "Area Measurement 
Reports, Areas of Connecticut, i960" by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, May 
1967. The populations of towns are taken from the estimated populations as of July 1, 1978, by 
the Conn. State Dept. of Health. The children are those between the ages of and 20 years, 
incl., enumerated April, 1978, by the Conn. State Dept. of Education. 

ANDOVER. Tolland County. — (Form of government, selectmen, town meet- 
ing, board of finance.) — Inc., May 18, 1848; taken from Hebron and Coventry. 
Area, 15.6 sq. miles. Population, est., 2,200. Voting district, 1. Children, 701. Prin- 
cipal industries, agriculture, small wood and machine shops. Transp. — Passenger: 
Served by the buses of Bonanza Bus Lines, Inc. and Eastern Bus Line, from Hart- 
ford and Willimantic. Post office, Andover; covered by two rural free deliveries. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Ruth K. Mun- 
son; Hours, 9 A.M. -4 P.M., Monday through Friday; 6-8 P.M., Monday evenings; 
Address, Town Office Bldg., School Rd., 06232; Tel., 742-7305, 742-7306.— Asst. 
Clerk and Asst. Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Marion S. Knybel. — Selectmen, 1st, 
J. Russell Thompson, Rep. (Tel., 742-7305, 742-7306), Peter J. Maneggia, Rep., 
Percy B. Cook, Dem. — Treas. and Agent of Town Deposit Fund, Morgan B. Steele. 
— Board of Finance, John H. Yeomans, Chm., James T. Hohmann, Jr., Carol W. 
Houghton, James P. Hurst, Charles W. Phelps, Valdis Vinkels; Alternates, Ray- 
mond P. Houle, Susan P. B. Losee. — Tax Collector, Cynthia Clark. — Board of 
Tax Review, Donald A. Dressel, Chm., Stanley G. Gasper, Clifton B. Home. — 
Assessor, Frederick A. Chmura. — Registrars of Voters, Beatrice E. Kowalski, 
Dem., Faith S. Weber, Rep. — Supt. of Schools, David L. Cattanach. — Board of 
Education, Nancy L. Hegener, Eva L. LeBaron, 1979; John S. Corl III, Dennis E. 
Keenan, 1981; Beatrice E. Kowalski, Chm., Victor W. Bronke, 1983.— Planning 
and Zoning Commission, John L. Kostic, Chm., Jesse T. Graham, Mary M. 
Keenan, Thomas R. Lariviere, Erich Siismets; Alternates, Gregory G. Hollister, 
James J. Piro, vacancy. — Zoning Board of Appeals, Mary C. McNamara, Chm., 
William P. Kralovich, Joan C. Madore, Peter J. Maneggia, Morgan B. Steele, 
Stephen F. Willard; Alternates, David M. Alfano, Richard L. Higgins, Robert M. 
LeBaron. — Conservation Commission, Steven O. Fish, Chm., Carol D. Chicerchia, 
Edward L. Gatchell, Helene S. Knowlton, John F. Phelps, David B. Post, va- 
cancy. — Inland Wetlands Commission, Susan P. B. Losee, Chm., Percy B. Cook, 
Steven O. Fish, John C. Hutchinson, Thomas R. Lariviere. — Agent for the Elderly, 
Margaret H. Jurovaty. — Director of Health, Mervyn H. Little, M.D.(PO., Mans- 
field). — Library Directors, Margaret H. Talbot, Chm., Deborah S. Home, Marion 
S. Knybel, Gordon R. MacDonald, Charles H. Nicholson, Christine I. Reese — 
Recreation Commission, Julia A. Haverl, Chm., Robert S. Eells, George E. Knox, 
Joan F. Landry, Susan P. B. Losee, Peter J. Maneggia. — Building Inspector, Sani- 
tarian, Percy B. Cook. — Chief of Police, J. Russell Thompson. — Constables, Eric 
E. Anderson, Jr., William J. Kowalski, Richard A. Osbom— Chief of Fire Dept., 
Joseph Armstrong; Deputy, John J. Fisher. — Fire Marshal, Joseph T. Comer- 

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324 TOWNS, CITIES AND BOROUGHS 

ford. — Board of Fire Comrs., J. Russell Thompson, Chm., Normand E. Bonneau, 
Joseph T. Comerford, Andrew F. Gasper, John B. Hutchinson, John F. Phelps. — 
Civil Preparedness Director, J. Russell Thompson. — Town Attorney, {Catherine Y. 
Hutchinson. — Justices of the Peace, Cynthia Clark, Andrew F. Gasper, Nathan B. 
Gatchell, John F. Phelps, Erich Siismets, Merlejean L. Terry, Judith H. Willard. 



ANSONIA. New Haven County. — (Form of government, mayor, board of al- 
dermen.) — Town and city consolidated. Inc., April, 1889; taken from Derby. Area, 
6.2 sq. miles. Population, est., 20,200. Voting districts, 5. Children, 5,622. Princi- 
pal industries, manufacture of brass and copper products, iron castings (large and 
small), foundry products, automatic screw machine products, nail clips, electron- 
ics, plastics, novelties. Transp. — Passenger: Served by Conrail and buses of Conn. 
Transit from New Haven and Valley Transp. Co. from Waterbury. Freight: Served 
by Conrail and numerous motor common carriers. Post office, Ansonia. 

CITY AND TOWN OFFICERS. City Clerk, Town Clerk and Reg. of Vital 
Statistics, J. Edward Cooke; Hours, 9 A.M. -5 P.M., Monday through Friday; Ad- 
dress, City Hall, 253 Main St., 06401; Tel., 734-8034.— Asst. City and Town Clerk, 
Asst. Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Florence Hoinski. — Mayor, James J. Finnucan, 
Dem. — Board of Aldermen, 1st Ward, John E. Glenn, Ronald Greski, William A. 
Velms; 2nd Ward, Edith Behrle, Stephen I. Blume, Robert E. Fogarty; 3rd Ward, 
Charles P. Ahern, Richard D. Krueger, Michael S. Tuccio; 4th Ward, Stephen 
Dzwonchyk, Nicholas Gentile, Jean McEvoy; 5th Ward, Carl Badamo, Pres., 
Louis K. Hawley, David C. Hennessey. — Board of Electors, Irene Jacek, Margaret 
T. Lombardi, Joseph E. Slezak, Sr., Joseph L. Turski. — Town and City Treas., 
Donald P. Poehailos. — Director of Finance, Dominick J. Polis. — Board of Appor- 
tionment and Taxation, Michael Impellitteri, Chm., Nicholas Amico, Gene Donof- 
rio, Rudolph Forcier, Raymond Gardner, Stephen Mankulics, James McDonnell, 
Edward McGarry, William Menna, Raymond Ragaini, Howell J. Williams, va- 
cancy. — Purchasing Agent, Anthony Caserta. — Tax Collector, Roy Vacca. — 
Board of Tax Review, Eugene Wiberg, Chm., William Abromaitis, Jr., Francis 
Burleigh, Cinda Smyth. — Board of Assessors, Victor Greski, Chm., Samuel 
Amico, John Belko, Samuel Mlynar; Samuel DiStasi, Clerk. — Insurance Commit- 
tee, Ronald Greski, Chm., Charles Ahern, Stephen Dzwonchyk. — Registrars of 
Voters, Eleanora S. Kennedy, Dem., Louise M. Drapeau, Rep. — Supt. of Schools, 
Robert E. Zuraw. — Board of Education, Charles Connors, Kenneth Eaton, Del 
Matricaria, Faith B. Tingley, 1979; Susan C. Schumacher, Pres., Nicholas Colli- 
celli, William Evans, 1981. — School Building Commission, James McDonnell, 
Chm., Nicholas Amico, Edith Behrle, Gary Comino, Kenneth Eaton, William Ev- 
ans, Del Matricaria, Jean McEvoy, Raymond Ragaini, William Regan, Edward 
Sovinski, William Velms. — Personnel Director, Barbara Orazietti. — Retirement 
Board, J. Edward Cooke, Chm., Carl Badamo, Edith Behrle, Joseph Conflnante, 
James McDonnell, Donald Poehailos, vacancy. — Planning Commission, Eugene 
Sharkey, Chm., Bert Berardelli, Gary Gould, Thomas Niezelski, William 
Phipps. — Town Planner, Thomas Elliott. — Zoning Commission, Olympia Ora- 
zietti, Chm., John Bellis, Michael Cavallaro, Paul Kennedy, Frederick King, Rob- 
ert Knott, Earl Williams. — Zoning Board of Appeals, Stephen Brenia, Chm., Louis 



TOWNS, CITIES AND BOROUGHS 325 

Angelucci, John R. Granatie, Walter Lucuk, Nicholas Zuraw; Alternate, Angelo 
LaRocco. — Redevelopment Agency, William Shelton, Jr., Chm., Rose Elia, 
Thomas F. Hallihan, Harrison L. Sipes, David J. Wheeler; James E. Ryan, Exec. 
Dir. — Housing Authority, James O'Donnell, Chm., Horace Behrle, John Gattison, 
Stephen Mankulics, vacancy; Theodore Coleman, Exec. Dir. — Conservation Com- 
mission, Donna Lindgren, Chm., Christine Anderson, Bartholomew Flaherty, III, 
John Hogan, Louis Macero, William Urban, vacancy. — Inland Wetlands Commis- 
sion, William Urban, Chm., Richard Barsczewski, Elizabeth Bolevic, Bartholo- 
mew Flaherty, III, Donna Lindgren, William Phipps, vacancy. — Historic District 
Commission, Anne C. Simpson, Chm., Marie Balco, Harrison Baldwin, Mary 
Fitzgerald, Helen Kingston, William Menna, Margaret Morse, Paul Simpson, two 
vacancies. — Commission on Aging, Walter Biela, Chm., Eli Fellows, Catherine 
Fleming, Joseph Halpin, Genevieve Kirpas, Alton Palmer. — Director for the Eld- 
erly, Clinton Hennessey. — Welfare Director, Ann Marie Caporale. — Director of 
Health, David Sundnacker, M. PH.— Board of Public Health, Paul Pawlak, Sr., 
Chm., Arlene Brady, Roy DeBarberi, Edward Cotter, Gertrude DeMarco, Jeanne 
Keefe, Robert Murphy, D.D.S., Alfred O'Dell, Frank Pascuzzo. — Library Direc- 
tors, Madeline Sobin, Chm., John Bazley, Michael Dalton, Elizabeth Dearborn, 
Ann Graham, Donald Hylwa, Mary Lane, Alton Palmer, Margaret Tuccio. — Rec- 
reation Commission, Anthony Cieplak, Chm., John T. Ahearn, Bruce Goldson, 
Karl King, Joseph Pastorella, William Rowley, vacancy. — Board of Public Works, 
Shaun Supp, Pres., Edward Bednar, Joseph Confinante, Raymond Wilkinson. — 
Buildings and Refuse Supt., Michael D'Allesio. — Sewer Authority, Board of Alder- 
men. — Supt. of Streets and Bridges, William Keefe. — City Engineer, Eugene Dio- 
talevi. — Municipal Parking Authority, Stephen Dzwonchyk, Chm., Joseph Ardito, 
James Fraulo, David Giacondino, Robert Sager. — Sealer of Weights and Meas- 
ures, David McClellan. — Building Official, Christopher Sansone. — Sanitarian, 
James Kelleher. — Chief of Police, Edward Turgeon; Deputy, Paul E. Schumacher, 
Jr. — Police Commission, Mayor James J. Finnucan, ex-officio; Michael Mc- 
Carthy, Chm., Howard Tinney. — City Sheriffs, Percy M. Cohen, E. Robert Di- 
Mauro, Salvatore Esposito, John R. Granatie. — Chief of Fire Dept., Donald Sec- 
combe; Deputy, James Cruite. — Fire Marshal, Norman Smith, Jr. — Board of Fire 
Comrs., Stephen I. Blume, Chm., James Cruite, John Glenn, David Hennessey, 
Edward McGoe, Donald Seccombe. — Civil Defense Director, Robert Reichelt. — 
Corporation Counsel, John F. X. Androski. — Justices of the Peace, Jack L. Abbels, 
Carol A. Bujanauskas, E. Robert DiMauro, Patricia J. Fers, Robert F. Fogarty, 
John W. Gatison, Jr., Laurie J. Gemmell, Frank C. Hummel, Margaret T. Lom- 
bardi, John Lonergan, Jr., Louis R. Macero, Carmen Marino, Cecilia Rafalowski, 
Joseph E. Slezak, Shirby Strang, Anthony T. Totilo, William P. Tuccio, Allan 
Wilkinson. 



ASHFORD. Windham County. — (Form of government, selectmen, town 
meeting, board of finance.) — Inc., Oct., 1714. Area, 40.3 sq. miles. Population, 
est., 2,800. Voting district, 1. Children, 849. Principal industry, agriculture. 
Transp. — Freight: Served by numerous motor common carriers. Post office. 
Ash ford. 



326 TOWNS, CITIES AND BOROUGHS 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Royal O. Knowlton; 
Hours, 9:30 A.M. -5:30 P.M., Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday; closed 
Thursday; Address, Town Hall, Rte. 44, Warrenville, Ashford 06278; Tel., Storrs, 
429-2750, 429-7044— Asst. Clerks and Asst. Regs, of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Bar- 
bara B. Metsack, Mrs. Dolores M. Upton. — Selectmen, 1st, Thomas Supina, Jr., 
Dem. (Tel., 429-2750, 429-7044), Joan E. Bowley, Rep., John J. Bunte, Dem.— 
Treas. and Agent of Town Deposit Fund, Anne M. Supina. — Board of Finance, 
Edgar H. McCulloch, Jr., Chm., Robert Adzima, Paul Alcorn, Jr., Katharine Gru- 
nigen, June M. Kiss, Stephen A. Meskin; Alternates, David W. Baer, David M. 
Gardner, Stanley K. Seaver. — Tax Collector, Antoinette G. Willard. — Board of 
Tax Review, Lee E. Pyne, Chm., John W. Marcisin, Sandra L. Russell. — Asses- 
sors, John Tremko, Chm., Manuel A. Fernandez, Gilbert F. Saegaert. — Registrars 
of Voters, Frances H. Tremko, Dem., Aldonna L. Clemmer, Rep. — Supt. of 
Schools, Richard M. Butler. — Board of Education, Robert W. Shortreed, Chm., 
Dorothy G. Lackman, Lillie G. White, 1979; Peter Marble, 1981; John F. Gruni- 
gen, Ann D. Kammer, 1983. — Planning and Zoning Commission, Peter Marble, 
Chm., David M. Gardner, Rudolph F. Makray, Catherine L. Placek, James J. 
Schaffer, Susan M. Sibiga, Richard M. Story, III, Joseph A. Vostinak; Alternates, 
John W. Bartok, Jr., Horace B. Frederick, George H. Rupert. — Zoning Board of 
Appeals, Charles L. Atkins, Chm., William V. Haas, Charles E. Johnson, Paul G. 
Pekarovic, Emery E. Zambo; Alternates, George J. Jacobsen, Cecil C. LaClair, 
Steven K. Reviczky. — Zoning Enforcement Officer, Robert M. Williamson. — Con- 
servation and Inland Wetlands Commission, David Schroeder, Chm., Sylvia A. 
Chebro, Leon R. Gardner, Jr., Jean S. Haines, Lee E. Pyne, Steven K. Reviczky, 
Edmund D. Specyalski, Jr. — Commission on Aging, Joan E. Bowley, Jules Girar- 
det, Barbara B. Metsack, Ruth A. Metsack, Edward Zawadzkas, Evelyn Za- 
wadzkas, vacancy. — Director of Health, Kenneth R. Dardick, M.D. (P.O., Storrs). 
— Library Directors, Mrs. Drew S. Wetzel, Chm., Hugh D. Clark, Betty M. Gard- 
ner, Dorothy G. Lackman, Ruth A. Metsack, William W. Shannon. — Recreation 
Commission, Morton H. Schlehofer, Chm., Andrew G. Horila, Barry Kreiling, 
Barbara P. Melady, Ellen M. Nemecek, Helen H. Prescott, David P. Wilson. — 
Building Inspector, Sam Pescetello. — Building Code Board of Appeals, Wallace W. 
Bowley, Chm., John Ference, Jr., Leslie C. Hobby, Charles E. Johnston, John P. 
Reviczky. — Tree Warden, Andrew C. Seles. — Constables, Gary J. Kelly, Chief; 
David W. Baer, John W. Krukoff, Jr.— Chiefs of Fire Dept., Richard E. White- 
house; Deputy, Paul M. Metsack. — Fire Marshal, Charles E. Johnston. — Civil 
Preparedness Director, John W. Bartok, Jr. — Town Attorney, F. Joseph Paradiso 
(P.O., Stafford Springs). — Justices of the Peace, Gilbert W. Armitage, Mildred C. 
Bicknell, Richard Foley, Jr., Marion F. Gagne, Charles E. Johnson, Charles E. 
Johnston, June M. Kiss, Peter Marble, Ruth A. Metsack, Stephen J. Nemecek, Jr., 
Frank Nemeth, John P. Reviczky, Marjorie B. Sheldon, Daniel E. Zaicek. 



AVON. Hartford County. — (Form of government, selectmen, town manager, 
town meeting.) — Inc., May, 1830; taken from Farmington. Area, 23.5 sq. miles. 
Population, est., 10,100. Voting district, 1. Children, 3,228. Principal industries, 
printing, manufacture of time devices, paints, wood preservatives, concrete prod- 
ucts and poultry processing. Transp. — Passenger: Served by buses of the Arrow 



TOWNS, CITIES AND BOROUGHS 327 

Line, Inc. from Hartford, Winsted and Torrington, and Conn. Transit. Freight: 
Served by Conrail and numerous motor common carriers. Post office, Avon. Rural 
free delivery. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Caroline B. 
LaMonica; Hours, 8:30 A.M. -4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday; Address, 60 
West Main St., 06001; Tel., Farmington, 677-2634.— Asst. Clerk and Asst. Reg. of 
Vital Statistics, Elinor S. Burns. — Town Manager, Philip K. Schenck, Jr.; Asst., 
vacancy. — Selectmen, 1st, Beatrice K. Murdock, Rep., Milton P. Anstey, Rep., 
Edward J. Doyle, Rep., William G. MacDonald, Rep., David E. Macy, Dem. — 
Treas., Charles Larus. — Agent of Town Deposit Fund, Simsbury Bank and Trust 
Co. — Board of Finance, Arthur L. Herrmann, Chm., Andrew S. Beres, Modesto F. 
Brunoli, Richard D. Harris, William Kes, Barry I. Newman, Florence P. Stahl. — 
Tax Collector, Mary-Frances MacKie. — Board of Tax Review, William K. Ander- 
son, Chm., Charles F. Kilgore, J. Patrick Maher, Martin Toyen, Chester R. 
Woodford. — Assessor, Clifton R. Clark; Asst., Donald E. Griswold. — Registrars 
of Voters, Doris L. Dooley, Dem., Ann J. Tilson, Rep. — Supt. of Schools, Herbert 
F. Pandiscio. — Board of Education, G. Ernest Temple, III, Chm., David B. Beizer, 
Sally C. Garvin, John S. Green, Jerry F. McWilliams, Linda N. Walker, 1979; 
Monte J. Hopper, Janet I. Prevost, Michael H. Walters, 198 1 . — Planning and Zon- 
ing Commission, Edward R. Smith, Chm., Walter F. Greene, S. Edward Jeter, Dr. 
Alvin Liftig, Brian E. Scott, Douglas C. Thompson, Barnard Tilson; Alternates, 
Norris C. Hayes, Mary F. Lewis, Michael J. Tierney. — Planning Admr., Bruce 
Hoben. — Zoning Board of Appeals, John E. Drew, Chm., Kenneth A. Fanning, 
Edgar H. Parker, George D. Raitt, Thomas J. Rotondo; Alternates, Harry Garfin- 
kel, Joan A. Hines, Christopher G. Janus. — Inland Wetlands Commission, Hugh 
Blanchard, Chm., Richard W. Hines, Diane S. Hornaday, Edith E. Kelly, George 
E. Kraft, William V. McGuinness, Roy C. J. Normen, John H. Reber, Jack R. 
Whitney. — Natural Resources Commission, Henry Spring, Chm., Diane S. Horna- 
day, Janice R. Jordan, George A. Krepps, Roy C. J. Normen, Edward S. Pease, 
Sylvia K. Stieber. — Committee on Aging, Lillian L. Hillman, Chm., Pauline G. 
Ahem, Sherwood E. Bryant, Patrick E. Clark, Clayton L. Davis, Joan W. Hentz, 
Ethel T. Larus, Constance Leathers. — Director of Social Services, Alan R. Rosen- 
berg. — Director of Health, Leon F. Vinci. — Library Directors, Richard D. Rich, 
Chm., Mrs. Richard W. Brown, Mrs. Joseph J. Duwan, Mrs. Arthur E. Erikson, 
James Graham, Mrs. John MacFarlane. William J. Mortimer, J. Garland Pass, 
Jr., Daniel Tomkins. — Parks and Recreation Committee, Anthony Rice, Chm., 
Dorothy L. Garfinkel, James Graham, Anthony T. Mauro, Frederick H. Nelson, 
Robert M. Paine, Donald J. Perreault. — Recreation Dir., Richard J. Johnson. — 
Town Engineer, Thomas A. Daukas. — Supt. of Highways, Tree Warden, Clifton O. 
Crawford. — Building Inspector, Clifton R. Clark. — Building Code Board of Ap- 
peals, Lawrence J. Brunoli, James H. Eacott, Jr., Ernest S. Eschert, Arno Klap- 
prodt, Donald J. Sopelak. — Water Pollution Control Authority, M. Otto Burgett, 
Chm., Daniel S. Bonnett, Alfred E. Bourassa, Ernest Eschert, Paul E. Potanka, 
Oliver W. Thompson. — Chief of Police, Domenic A. Zacchio. — Constables, Ger- 
trude L. Mascolo, Rene A. Ruez. — Chief of Fire Dept., Edward S. Pease; Deputy, 
Erich A. Ruppert. — Fire Marshal, Donald E. Griswold. — Civil Preparedness Di- 
rector, B. Lauriel Giantonio. — Town Attorney, Robert C. Hunt, Jr. — Justices of 



328 TOWNS, CITIES AND BOROUGHS 

the Peace, Gordon H. Bezanson, Roberta E. Cummins, Marilyn B. Dumas, James 
H. Eacott, Jr., Dorothy L. Garfinkel, Morton N. Katz, Susan F. Leibert, Philo- 
mena P. Leone, Conrad F. Metcalfe, Andrew P. Montano, Barry I. Newman, 
William G. Oechslin, James L. Smith, Ann J. Tilson, Patricia A. Waltock, Lucille 
S. Zanini. 



BANTAM.* BOROUGH OFFICERS. P.O. c/o Clerk, 06750. Tel., Litch- 
field, 567-0192. — Warden, Randall Richardson. — Burgesses, Charles A. Clark, 
Patricia Kulbarsh, Valdee Petersen, Milton Roberts, David J. Stoddard, William 
Woolsey. — Clerk, Lorraine Lefebvre. — Treas., Beverly Usher. — Assessors, Ellen 
Empoliti, Diane R. Gillman. 



*See Town of Litchfield. 



BARKHAMSTED. Litchfield County. — (Form of government, selectmen, 
town meeting, board of finance.) — Inc., Oct., 1779. Area, 39.0 sq. miles. Popula- 
tion, est., 2,700. Voting district, 1. Children, 1,020. Principal industries, agriculture 
and the manufacture of chairs, dies, gauges, craft materials and special machinery. 
Transp. — Passenger: Served by buses of The Arrow Line. Freight: Served by nu- 
merous motor common carriers. Mail from Winsted to Riverton, New Hartford to 
Pleasant Valley, daily. Post offices, Pleasant Valley and Riverton. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Charles L. Day; 
Hours, 1-4 P.M., Monday; 9:30-12 A.M., 1-4 P.M., Tuesday through Friday; Ad- 
dress, Rte. 318, Box 185, Pleasant Valley 06063; Tel., Winsted, 379-8665.— Asst. 
Clerk and Asst. Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Margaret A. Day. — Selectmen, 1st, 
William H. LeGeyt, Rep. (P.O., Pleasant Valley, Tel., 379-8285), John L. East- 
man, Rep., Franklin T. Batson, Dem. — Treas. and Agent of Town Deposit Fund, 
Charles L. Day. — Board of Finance, Curtis K. Case, Chm., Roger F. Carlson, 
Richard F. Gibbs, James H. Hart, Paul T. Miller, Helen M. Wheeler; Alternates, 
James B. McManus, Charles Wilson. — Tax Collector, Marc S. Herzog. — Board of 
Tax Review, Roland Johnson, Chm., Richard J. Church, Carmella M. Lattizori. — 
Assessors, Dorothy H. LeGeyt, Chm., Florence E. Halnon, A. Elizabeth Tootill. — 
Registrars of Voters, Helen M. Wheeler, Dem., Marie Bushnell, Rep. — Supt. of 
Schools, James Q. Holigan. — Board of Education, Edward E. Bachman, Chm., 
Eileen Fowler, William L. Sperow, 1979; Helen M. Ahles, Rowena R. Okie, Mary 
E. Ringuette, Donald F. Wood, 1981. — Planning and Zoning Commission, Bruce 
R. Wheeler, Chm., Michael S. Day, Mary Y. McNamee, Patricia E. Pasqualucci, 
Dwight R. Ransom; Alternates, Robert A. Lamson, Gail M. Symecko, Anne M. 
Van Duesen. — Zoning Board of Appeals, Douglas MacMaster, Chm., Russell S. 
Fancher, Frank A. Herrick, James P. Okie, Barbara B. Toflblon; Alternates, Rich- 
ard I. Hemingway, Glenice L. McCormick, Frank W. Thompson. — Conservation 
and Inland Wetlands Commission, Raymond Fenn, Chm., Thomas W. Brown, 
Roger Carlson, Irving Hart, Linda Kittredge, Walter Landgraf, Robert Rin- 
guette.— Recreation Commission, Darthea Brown, Chm., Thomas Kulak, Jean- 
marie Miller, Jayne Reed, Jay B. Weintraub. — Building Inspector, Alfred Messen- 



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ger. — Tree Warden, Theodore Church. — Chief of Police, William H. LeGeyt. — 
Constables, John Dondero, Roger Fournier, Edward Jones, Albert Neumann, 
Stuart E. Reed, Douglas Roberts, Vinney P. Romano. — Chiefs of Fire Dept., 
(Barkhamsted East) Thomas W. Brown; (Pleasant Valley) Paul Beauchene; (Riv- 
erton) D. Richard Ransom. — Town Fire Marshal, John P. Carrozzo. — Civil Pre- 
paredness Director, Charles W. Latimer. — Town Attorney, Thomas C. White 
(P.O., Winsted). — Justices of the Peace, Edward A. Boratko, Roger F. Carlson, 
Michael S. Day, John L. Eastman, Russell E. Fredrickson, David N. Gidman, 
James A. Hughes, Joseph L. Lavieri, Douglas MacMaster, Frank R. McCormick, 
Jane Michalski, Anthony J. Mirizzi, George M. Murphy, Marilyn S. Vibert, Eliza- 
beth M. Voglesonger, Mary A. Walsche, Bruce R. Wheeler, Michael Zinnen. 



BEACON FALLS. New Haven County. — (Form of government, selectmen, 
town meeting, board of finance.) — Inc., June, 1871, taken from Bethany, Oxford. 
Seymour and Naugatuck. Area, 9.8 sq. miles. Population, est., 4,100. Voting dis- 
trict, 1. Children, 1,416. Principal industries, agriculture, warehouse storage and 
manufacture of plastic molding, hinges and small hardware. Transp. — Passenger: 
Served by buses of Valley Transp. Co. from Waterbury to Bridgeport. Freight: 
Served by Conrail and numerous motor common carriers. Post office, Beacon 
Falls. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Francis X. Doiron: 
Hours, 7:30-9 P.M., Monday, Tuesday, Thursday; Address, 10 Maple Ave., 06403; 
Tel., Naugatuck, 729-4340. — Asst. Clerk and Asst. Reg. of Vital Statistics, Miss 
Catherine M. Doiron. — Selectmen, 1st, Leonard F. D'Amico, Rep. (Tel., 729- 
4340), George F. Howe Sr., Dem., John W. Betkoski, Dem. — Treas. and Agent of 
Town Deposit Fund, Adam T. Swierczewski. — Board of Finance, James P. Greene, 
Chm., Paul Ceryak, Manuel R. Gandarillas, Thomas F. Holloway, Thomas 
LaPut, Raymond A. Shea. — Tax Collector, Richard A. Zollo. — Board of Tax Re- 
view, Joseph S. Betkoski, Chm., George R. Leeper, Jr., Edward V. Pomponio. — 
Assessors, Thomas Trzaski, Chm., Gaetano J. Pisani, Norbert Williamson. — Reg- 
istrars of Voters, Edith M. Minnick, Dem., Helen K. Mis, Rep. — Supt. of Schools, 
Francis G. Ciarfella. — Planning and Zoning Commission, Edward R. Betkoski. 
Chm., Joseph Gendron, John Makarowicz, John A. McGeever, Jr., Eva Mis, 
Thomas Pratt, Anthony Sirch, Edward J. Smith, William L. Yankowski. — Zoning 
Board of Appeals, Rodney J. Vardon, Sr., Chm., Robert E. Canfield, Sr., Kather- 
ine G. Grace, Walter MurorT, Joseph P. Oldakowski; Alternates, Evelyn H. Groth. 
Mildred M. P. Jurzynski, Linda L. Raczkowski. — Zoning Enforcement Officer, 
Harold Lennon. — Housing Authority, Robert Tiano, Chm., David M. Conroy, 
Dominic Daunis, Charles A. DeBarber, vacancy. — Inland Wetlands Commission, 
Edward V. Doll, Jr., Chm., Robert E. Canfield, Sr., Fred Hopkins, John A. Mc- 
Geever, Jr., Richard J. Minnick, Rodney J. Vardon, Sr., vacancy. — Commission 
on Aging, Dorothy Clark, Chm., Rev. John Ahem, Dominic Daunis, Catherine 
Doiron, Howard Fassett, Charlotte Magnuson, Gloria McGeever; Louis J. Espos- 
ito. Agent. — Welfare Director, Connie Belanger. — Director of Health, Julian B 
Greengold, M.D. (P.O., Naugatuck).— Library Directors, Harriet A. Rau, Chm.. 
Jill K. Betkoski, Margaret S. Fitzpatrick, Josephine Fuoco, Charlotte A. Magnu- 



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son, Karen A. Wilson. — Parks and Recreation Commission, Robert Doiron, Chm., 
Eloise Betkoski, John Colangello, Claudia Csuka, Robert Dumschott, Harriet 
Rau, David Scott, Blanche Vardon, Wilbur Weed. — Director of Youth Services, 
John Betkoski," III. — Director of Public Works, Frank DelVecchio; Asst., Ray- 
mond Howe. — Town Engineer, Nunzio Esposito. — Building Inspector, Thomas 
Wisniewski. — Sewer Authority, Frank Schaub, Chm., Edward Enamait, Daniel 
Lee, Jr., Robert Markut, Michael Raymond, David Rupsis. — Waste Water Treat- 
ment Dir., Civil Preparedness Dir., Joseph A. Daddona, Sr. — Chief of Police, 
Leonard F. D'Amico. — Constables, Robert M. Cyr, Gabriel R. Fuoco, Victor W. 
Mizeski, Donald J. Molleur, Mitchell W. Mulinski, Walter J. Olson, Martin G. 
Rau. — Chief of Fire Dept., Frank DelVecchio; Asst., Harold Lennon. — Fire Mar- 
shal, Roger Brennan. — Town Attorney, Joseph A. Mengacci (P.O., Naugatuck). — 
Justices of the Peace, Janeth E. Allard, Edward V. Bea, John W. Betkoski, Walter 
C. Carlson, Paul G. Ceryak, Helene S. Colburn, Leonard F. D'Amico, Mabel A. 
DelVecchio, Ralph G. Deschino, Rose Dragalin, Louis J. Esposito, Howard N. 
Fassett, Vincent P. Fuoco, Irene M. Gendron, Frederick J. George, James P. 
Greene, Francis S. Guida, James W. Hurley, Edward J. Johnson, Francis T. Keith, 
Michael Krenesky, William F. Mariano, Jr., Thadeus J. Mis, Joan M. Morris, 
Ronald A. Sarasin, Raymond A. Shea, Susan Ann Spagnola, Chester J. Uszak- 
iewicz, Blanche M. Vardon. 



BERLIN. Hartford County. — (Form of government, executive board, town 
meeting, board of finance.) — Inc., May, 1785; taken from Farmington, Wethers- 
field and Middletown. Area, 27.0 sq. miles. Population, est., 15,500. Voting dis- 
tricts, 5. Children, 4,501. Principal industries, agriculture and manufacture of au- 
tomatic chucking machines, buckles, boxes, industrial coating, plastic goods, 
jewels, metallic goods, paper cups and envelopes, structural steel and builders' 
hardware. Central office of Connecticut Light & Power Co., the Northeast Utilities 
Administration Offices and Emhart Corp. are located here. Transp. — Passenger: 
Served by Amtrak, New Britain Transp. Co., and by Greyhound. Freight: Served 
by Conrail and numerous motor common carriers. Post offices, Berlin, East Berlin 
and Kensington. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Joanne G. 
Ward; Hours, 8:30 A.M.-4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday; Address, Town 
Hall, 240 Kensington Rd., 06037; Tel., New Britain, 828-3501, Ext. 21 —Deputy 
Town Clerk, Mrs. Nancy J. Dennis. — Asst. Town Clerk, Mrs. Donna L. Kapustin- 
ski. — Asst. Regs, of Vital Statistics, Nancy J. Dennis, Donna L. Kapustinski. — 
Executive Board, Orlando P. Ragazzi, Dem., Mayor; Robert A. Argazzi, Rep., 
Joseph P. Lanzoni, Dem., Deputy Mayors. — Treas. and Agent of Town Deposit 
Fund, Dominick F. Scerra. — Board of Finance, Thomas Ward, Jr., Chm., Joseph 
Bernardi, Robert Dacey, Blanche Delaney, Dr. John Mcintosh, John Miller. — Tax 
Collector, Francis J. Motyka. — Board of Tax Review, Edmund D. Heffernan, 
Chm., Ira G. Cruckshank, Teresa Simeone. — Assessors, Joseph F. Scheyd, Chm., 
Robert Clark, Andrew W. DeVivo. — Registrars of Voters, Rita F. Powers, Dem., 
Betty-Lou Dorin, Rep. — Supt. of Schools, Lawrence L. Giandomenico. — Board of 
Education, Barton W. Bovee, Elizabeth Klatt, Rodger K. Nelson, Anthony P. Par- 



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ise, 1979; Harold E. Josephson, Jr., Mary Kruetzer, Thomas C. Marshall, 1980; 
Steven J. Vandrilla, Chm., Rhea Boscolo, 1981. — Zoning Commission, Robert 
Probst, Chm., Edward C. McCarthy, David Mitchell, Joseph Pegolo, Jack Ross; 
Alternates, William J. Cormier, Philip Ferraguto, Irving Warner. — Planning 
Commission, Nunzio Rosso, Chm., Peter Baccaro, Joseph Hinchliffe, David Pis- 
korski, Joseph Stiano; Alternates, Aldo Castiglioni, Arthur Dobson, Walter Pas- 
tuszak. — Zoning Board of Appeals, Patricia O. Corrigan, Chm., Gary M. Las- 
kowski, Robert Silver, Joyce Waters, Edward Young; Alternates, Helen 
DeLorenze, James Morrill, Diane M. Wiezalis. — Design Review Committee, Sally 
Macfarlane, Chm., Philip Blakesly, Marilyn Brierly, Dorothy DiGiorgi, Gary 
Hermanowski, Hollis Kincaid, Joseph Stiano, Joseph Szczepanik. — Public Build- 
ing Commission, Anthony Gandolfo, Chm., Leonard Abrahamson, Victor Darnell, 
Clifford Hamilton, Ralph King, Sylvia Kirby, Louis Malizia, Richard McKeon, 
Jerome Skolnick. — Industrial Development Commission, William F. Diskin, Chm., 
Stanton Brown, Vincent D'Addabbo, Henry J. Fournier, Stanley Gable, Clifford 
Hamilton, Peter King, James Leach, Albert E. Ogle; Frederick Downs, Agent. — 
Housing Authority, Albert Nieman, Chm., Edward Bolles, Renee Hall, John 
Nappi, Claude Paquette. — Conservation Commission, Alfred Bengston, Chm., 
William Baccaro, Arthur Benson, L. A. Chotkowski, M.D., Diane Liguori, Joseph 
Paskiewicz, Vincent P. Ringrose, M.D. — Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Com- 
mission, Alfred Bengston, Chm., Emil Albert, Kathleen Bourgoin, Donald Harris, 
Joseph Paskiewicz, Raymond Wiezalis. — Historic District Commission, Philip D. 
Doran, Chm., Edward Olson, Jack Ross, Edward Stone, Cynthia Wilson; Alter- 
nates, Mona Clark, Lloyd Devaul, Alice Marshall, Harrison Sanders. — Commis- 
sion for the Aging, Blanche Mahan, Chm., Mary Agostini, Rev. Charles Davis, 
Hollis Foster, M.D., Charles Grafiam, Elsie Lunt, Catherine McGee, Joseph Mur- 
phy, Leland Rich. — Director of Social Services, Patricia Cassela. — Director of 
Health, L. A. Chotkowski, M.D. (P.O., Kensington). -Board of Public Health, 
Mrs. Phillip Moorad, Chm., Mrs. Charles Davis, Arthur Durity, Mrs. Lawrence 
Fagan, Mrs. Milton Friedland, Ronald Griggs, Rev. John Haggarty, Jr., Donald 
Huber, Earl Imswiler, Mrs. Charles Johnson, Mrs. Lawrence Kelleher, Mrs. R. E. 
Morrissey, David Piskorski, Ronald Seaburg, Oscar Steege. — Parks and Recrea- 
tion Commission, George Lubin, Chm., Maureen Dennehy, Robert Johnson, John 
Klotz, Philip Maule, Wallace Mierzejewski, Richard Miller, Robert Silver, 
George Wiecek; James Capodiece, Dir. of Recreation Services; Theodore Hrubiec, 
Supt. of Parks. — Director of Public Works, Morgan Seelye; Asst., Richard How- 
ard. — Supt. of Highways, Donald J. Prue. — Building Inspector, Emil Carlson. — 
Building Code Board of Appeals, Leonard Abrahamson, Chm., Henry Baldyga, 
Arnold Carlson, Patrick Kinney, Anthony Sbona. — Water Control Commission, 
James H. Godfrey, Chm., Charles Borgo, Penelope Pease, Allen Smith. — Sanitar- 
ian, Joseph Paskiewicz. — Tree Warden, Grant Skinner. — Chief of Police, Philip R. 
Buchanan. — Police Commission, Nicholas J. DiMaggio, Chm., Patrick Caccavale, 
William Klein, Samuel Valenti. — Constables, Hilding Carlson, Jr., Christy Fan- 
giullo, John Gontarz, Diane Kozlowski, Foster Rackliffe, Abraham Stevens, Brian 
Victor. — Chiefs of Fire Dept., Edward J. Haber (Berlin), Bruno Romegialli (East 
Berlin), Richard Scalora (Kensington), Charles Scheer (South Kensington). — Fire 
Marshals, Edward J. Haber, Anthony Rosso. — Board of Fire Comrs., Ronald 
Lindgren, Chm., Joseph Fiori, Norman Martinelli, Robert Probst, Richard Sea- 



332 TOWNS, CITIES AND BOROUGHS 

lora, Richard Simons, George Skene. — Civil Preparedness Director, Paul J. Fappi- 
ano. — Corporation Counsel, Harry N. Jackaway (P.O., Kensington). — Justices of 

the Peace, Donald J. Agostini, Joseph H. Alix, Robert A. Argazzi, Benjamin S. 
Birnbaum, Carl R. Bjorklund, Andrew W. DeVivo, Lawrence J. Fagan, Joseph L. 
Gagliardi, Leon J. Honiss, Harry N. Jackaway, Joseph P. Lanzoni, George W. 
Lubin, Edward C. McCarthy, Marilyn N. Meigs, Huber E. Miglioli, Allen H. 
Pease, Peter A. Rosso, Joseph F. Scheyd, Kathleen A. Serkey, Paul A. Vallier, 
Charles N. Williams. 

BETHANY. New Haven County. — (Form of government, selectmen, town 
meeting, board of finance.) — Inc., May, 1832; taken from Woodbridge. Area, 21.0 
sq. miles. Population, est., 4,500. Voting district, 1. Children, 1,590. Principal in- 
dustry, agriculture; mostly a suburban residential town. Transp. — Passenger: 
Served by buses of the Arrow Line, Inc. from Waterbury and New Haven. Freight: 
Served by numerous motor common carriers. Mail is taken from Westville and 
delivered by rural free delivery. Express offices, Naugatuck and New Haven. Voted 
Package Store, Grocery Store and Restaurant Beer Permits, 1971. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Alice B. Bunton; 
Hours, 10 A.M. -5 P.M., Monday through Friday; Address, Town Hall, 40 Peck 
Rd., 06525; Tel., New Haven, 393-0820.— Asst. Clerk and Asst. Reg. of Vital Sta- 
tistics, Mrs. Joan C. Simpson. — Selectmen, 1st, Gordon V. Carrington, Rep. (Tel., 
393-0820), Arnold Pfenninger, Rep., Miriam C. Niederman, Dem. — Treas., 
Henry W. Benedict. — Agent of Town Deposit Fund, Albert C. Mayer, Jr. — Board 
of Finance, William A. Douglass, Chm., Steven B. Korman, John F. Rechi, Alden 
W. Smith, Robert H. Szczarba, Charles Tomasino. — Tax Collector, (Acting) Eu- 
gene H. Downs. — Board of Tax Review, Robert E. Knudsen, Chm., Neal R. Han- 
sen, Raybern Perry. — Assessor, Francis J. Barta; Clerk, Joella D. Warner. — Reg- 
istrars of Voters, Mary L. DeBisschop, Dem., Geraldine S. Hungerford, Rep. — 
Supt. of Schools, Franklin P. Plummer. — Board of Education, Gerry Ann Borger- 
son, Joan S. Kneeland, Barbara A. McClure, 1979; Russell D. von Beren, Chm., 
William E. Gilbert, Judith D. Hackman, 1981; Richard P. Gibbons, Barbara K. 
Musto, Henry E. Voegeli, 1983. — Planning and Zoning Commission, James J. 
Quinn, Jr., Chm., Katherine Latimer, Lester S. Sarkady, Manfred C. Scherer, 
Romolo Tedeschi. — Zoning Board of Appeals, John E. Ford, Jr., Chm., A. Law- 
rence Corrone, Secy., Kenneth W. Hardy, Arthur A. McClure, Alexis N. Som- 
mers; Alternates, Michael M. Giuliano, Paul N. Ode, Frank J. Puglisi. — Industrial 
Development Commission, William E. Gilbert, Chm., James W. Bailey,Vincent J. 
Franco, Franklin P. Plummer, Arthur W. Rosson. — Conservation Commission, 
Elizabeth Ann Severin, Chm., Barrie T. Collins, Milton Farber, Frederick W. 
Steigert, Joseph S. Warner. — Inland Wetlands Commission, Eric L. Stone, Chm., 
Eugene H. Downs, Clarence Guth, Katherine Latimer, Hubert J. Severin; Alter- 
nates, Ruth Greenberg, Charles A. Wesley. — Agent for the Elderly, Janice S. von 
Beren. — Director of Health, Marie J. Browne, M.D. — Park and Recreation Com- 
mission, Michael S. Epstein, Joel M. Nesson, Co-Chm.; Audrey S. Chernovetz, 
Marilyn S. Coppola, Irene M. Covey, Frances K. DeMaio, Judith A. Gooch, Roy 
D. Gravener, Charlotte S. Malkin, Dierdre M. Montesi, Irving A. Rich, Arthur A. 
Slicer. — Building Inspector, Frederick A. Johnson. — Building Commission, Louis 



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F. Cofrancesco, Nathan Podoloff; Joseph A. Barone, Secy. — Sanitarian, David J. 
Spencer. — Chief of Police, Gordon V. Carrington. — Constables, Herbert Howard, 
Marshall T. Royster, Arthur W. Sorensen, Jr.; John E. Bringe, Special Con- 
stable.— Chief of Fire Dept., Herbert Howard.— Fire Marshal, Frederic E. Cun- 
ningham. — Civil Preparedness Director, Earl K. Wilson. — Town Attorney, Gerald 
P. Dwyer (P.O., New Haven). — Justices of the Peace, Marguerite M. Cody, A. 
Lawrence Corrone, John E. Ford, Jr., William E. Gilbert, Nancy C. Grom, Elmo 
Hankins, James D. Hershman, Jacqueline B. Podoloff, Doras P. Sarkady, George 
D. Vaill. 

BETHEL. Fairfield County. — (Form of government, selectmen, town meet- 
ing, board of finance.) — Inc., May, 1855; taken from Danbury. Area, 17.0 sq. 
miles. Population, est., 13,400. Voting districts, 2. Children, 5,631. Principal indus- 
tries, electronics, chemicals, wire and bicycle parts. Transp. — Passenger: Served by 
Conrail and buses of the Chieppo Co. from New Haven and the Candlewood Val- 
ley Bus Co. Freight: Served by Conrail and numerous motor common carriers. 
Post office, Bethel. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Herbert W. Clarkson; 
Hours, 9 A.M. -5 P.M., Monday through Friday; Address, Town Hall, Library 
Place, P.O. Box 3, 06801; Tel., Danbury, 743-9231.— Asst. Clerk and Assl. Reg. of 
Vital Statistics, Eleanor T. Slaving. — Selectmen, 1st, Francis J. Clarke, Dem. 
(Tel., 743-9231), Herbert Berg, Rep., William Shannon, Dem— Treas., J. Clark 
Andrews. — Agent of Town Deposit Fund, Francis J. Clarke. — Board of Finance, 
Francis J. Clarke, Chm., John Dietter, Robert Haig, Robert Hugo, Iri Lutz, Wil- 
lard McDowell, John Mullaney, Jr. — Tax Collector, Allyn Arnold. — Board of Tax 
Review, Francis J. Sack, Chm., John Keliher, Donna R. Kiah. — Assessor, Thad- 
deus Carzasty. — Registrars of Voters, Dorothy E. Ryan, Dem., Patricia D. Bar- 
low, Rep. — Supt. of Schools, Bennett Plotkin. — Board of Education, James Staib, 
Patricia Wakeham, Sylvia Weiss, 1979; Carol Kovacs, Chm., Robert Hall, Suz- 
anne Powers, 1981; John R. Geary, Gary Michael, Donald Rowland, 1983. — 
Planning and Zoning Commission, Clifford Hurgin, Chm., Patricia Barlow, Everett 
Dye, George Heymann, Sharon Lindstrom, Edward Mills, Francis O'Neill, Peter 
Pacific, Thomas Reynolds; Alternates, Robert Burke, Ralph Friedland. — Zoning 
Board of Appeals, Philip Runge, Chm., Arnold Hilton, Treadwell Lewis, John R. 
Streaman, Dominic Watson; Alternates, William Finn, Robert Legnard, Edward 
Nugent. — Housing Authority, David Blum, Chm.. Robert Benedict, Elsie Del 
Monte, John Rapillo, Alfred Schlemmer. — Conservation and Inland Wetlands 
Commission, Joyce Dixon, Chm., Kevin Connolly, Bernard Dardis, Walter Ed- 
wards, Elizabeth Kellogg, Carl Trester. — Historic District Commission, Albert J. 
Trimpert, M.D., Chm., Irene Bartram, Millicent Benedict, Leon Sturdevant, Viola 
Vilardi. — Commission on Aging, Edward Gallagher, Chm.. Martha Klau, Mar\ 
Morgan, Frank Taylor, Nancv Wallace. — Director of Social Senices, Anne M. 
Hall. — Director of Health, Albert J. Trimpert, M.D. — Library Directors. L. Ar- 
mand Menegay, Chm., Fred Bonsignore, Carol Brawley, Sarah Colbert. Alice 
Coleman. John Dolan. Vito Gesualdi, Eleanor Kirk. Laura McDonald. Diane 
Proli. Joseph Sanchez, William Smith. Mary Spain, Leon Sturdevant, Eleanor 
Sutton — Parks and Recreation Commission. Joseph Freebairn. Chm . Raymond 



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Crowe, George Lengel, Abe Mitchell, Rosemary McGarry, Eugene McKenna, 
Harold Zuvich. — Director of Public Works, Edward Reynolds. — Tree Warden, 
Bernard Wright. — Town Engineer, Jack Green. — Purchasing Agent, Benjamin 
Spragg. — Building Inspector, Raymond Rubley. — Building Co^e Board of Ap- 
peals, Arthur Brenn, Arthur Canzler, Gerald Haas, Neil Straiton. — Chief of Po- 
lice, Richard X. Carlo. — Police Commission, Jeremiah Spillane, Chm., Kevin Al- 
worth, George Reimers. — Constables, Joseph Loya, Edward Piatt, Neil 
Straiton. — Chief of Fire Dept., Arthur Gilbert; Deputy, Donald Clark. — Fire Mar- 
shal, Peter Valenti. — Civil Preparedness Director, Francis J. Clarke. — Town Attor- 
ney, Stephen Gallagher. — Justices of the Peace, John H. Barlow, Herbert F. Berg, 
Fred F. Carpenter, Jr., Harry Carroll, George J. Davis, John H. Dayton, Joseph 
Delmonte, Ralph J. DeLouis, Sharon Didato, E. Joyce Dixon, Rose Gorman, 
Robert G. Hugo, John D. Keliher, Robert J. Legnard, Treadwell M. Lewis, Mary 
G. McCollam, Robert J. Montesi, John J. Mullaney, Jr., Marjorie W. Owens, 
Kenneth J. Parsons, Forrest I. Patnode, George C. Reimers, Joan T. Reynolds, 
Giuseppant Selgin, Dewitt C. Seward, III, Jeanne M. Shute, John Streaman, Cly- 
deen P. Valente, Peter J. Valenti, Dawn E. Whaley. 



BETHLEHEM. Litchfield County. — (Form of government, selectmen, town 
meeting, board of finance.) — Inc., May, 1787; taken from Woodbury, and known 
as "North Purchase." Area, 19.7 sq. miles. Population, est., 2,400. Voting district, 
1. Children, 832. Principal industries, agriculture and dairy products. Transp. — 
Freight: Served by numerous motor common carriers. Post office, Bethlehem. Ru- 
ral delivery covers entire town. Express office, Waterbury or Woodbury. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Lucy N. Palan- 
gio; Hours, 9-12 A.M., Tuesday through Saturday; Location, Main St.; Mailing 
Address, Lakes Rd., RR 1, Box 53, 06751; Tel., Woodbury, 266-7510.— Asst. 
Clerk and Asst. Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Eleanore J. Beardsley. — Selectmen, 
1st, Leonard J. Assard, Dem. (Tel., 266-7677), Gene E. Heidenreich, Rep., Shel- 
don E. Smith, Dem. — Treas. and Agent of Town Deposit Fund, Paul L. Johnson. — 
Board of Finance, Elaine A. Brodeur, Chm., Leland W. Krake, Jr., Albert F. Mad- 
dox, Theodore W. Matty, Samuel J. Swendsen. — Tax Collector, Helen H. Wood- 
ward. — Board of Tax Review, Hubert T. Smith, Chm., Edward R. Miller, F. Ed- 
ward Spencer, Jr. — Assessors, Charles C. Parmelee, Chm., Rosalie C. Brennan, 
Frank Nicholls. — Registrars of Voters, Marjorie C. Bennett, Dem., Valerie H. 
Meister, Rep. — Supt. of Schools, George F. Bradlau. — Planning Commission, Ste- 
ven L. Eisen, M.D., Chm., Richard T. Brodeur, Frederick A. Cocchiola, George C. 
Eggert, John P. Urfer; Alternates, Robert F. Gallo, James L. Smith III. — Conser- 
vation and Inland Wetlands Commission, William J. Anthony, Jr., Chm., Bernard 
Barnes, Dr. Roger J. Branson, Eugene J. Caires, Richard Glassman, Margaret 
Langlois, Thomas H. Taylor. — Historic District Commission, Kathleen Allan, 
John W. Carlson, Delores E. Carr, Kathryn M. Cousins, William Schomburg; 
Alternates, Joan S. Smith, Charles F. Woodward. — Human Relations Coordina- 
tor, Eva Gierat— Library Directors, Hugh T. Andrews, Chm., Kathryn M. Cou- 
sins, Sonja Glassman, Elsa L. Hartmann, Jane Merrill, William J. Odendahl, Jr. — 
Recreation Commission, Donald L. Banks, John D. Botelle, Dorothy Bove, Freder- 



TOWNS, CITIES AND BOROUGHS 335 

ick B. Brown, Susan March, Steven Rupe, Kenneth F. Sperry. — Supt. of Roads, 
Gene E. Heidenreich. — Town Engineer, Flaherty & Giavara. — Building Inspector, 
Paul E. Woike. — Building Code Board of Appeals, Jarron E. Baysinger, Anthony 
Bosko, William A. Fuhrman, Paul Molzon, Robert D. Spellman. — Lake Author- 
ity, James Brody, Chm., Nancy Cousins, Joseph Hildebrand, Leland W. Krake, 
Jr., Leland W. Krake, III, Thomas March, Thomas Piazza. — Chief of Police, 
Leonard J. Assard. — Constables, Ralph E. Detlefsen, George C. Eggert, Thomas 
C. Fitzgerald, Richard O. Johnson, Theodore W. Matty, James T. Moore, II, 
Patsy Narciso, Jr., Emil Wilde. — Chief of Fire Dept., John L. Rudzavice; Deputy, 
Ralph E. Detlefsen. — Fire Marshal, Dwight C. Bennett. — Civil Preparedness Di- 
rector, Richard O. Johnson. — Town Attorney, David Losee (P.O., West Hartford). 
— Justices of the Peace, Marjorie C. Bennett, Milton L. Grabow, Nancy A. Hei- 
denreich, Arnold E. Smith. 

BLOOMFIELD. Hartford County. — (Form of government, town manager, 
town council, town meeting.) — Inc., May, 1835; taken from Windsor. Area, 26.4 
sq. miles. Population, est., 20,400. Voting districts, 5. Children, 5,701. Principal 
industries, agriculture and diversified industries. Transp. — Passenger: Served by 
buses of Conn. Transit from Hartford. Freight: Served by Conrail and numerous 
motor common carriers. Post office, Bloomfield. Rural free delivery. Voted limited 
liquor permit, 1970. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Elizabeth F. Jol- 
ley; Hours, 9 A.M. -5 P.M., Monday through Friday; Address, Town Hall, 800 
Bloomfield Ave., 06002; Tel., Hartford, 243-8971.— Asst. Clerk and Asst. Reg. of 
Vital Statistics, Mrs. Gaetana V. Malone. — Town Manager, Clifford R. Vermilya; 
Asst., Robert M. Milvae. — Town Council, Richard Goodman, Dem., Mayor; Au- 
relle S. Locke, Deputy Mayor; Edmund T. Curran, Janet D. Daniels, Manuel A. 
Giller, John W. Leavitt, Walter Pollock, Philip D. Rawlins, Richard C. Turner. — 
Board of Admissions, Barbara J. Fuller, Chm., Dwight A. Burnham, Anthony J. 
Kapsis, Dorothy Lewis, Jackie H. Lyles. — Treas. and Agent of Town Deposit Fund, 
Clifford B. Simons. — Tax Collector, Stedman G. Stearns. — Board of Tax Review, 
Louise R. Levine, Chm., Robert Charbonneau, Max Potish. — Assessor, Peter R. 
Marsele. — Registrars of Voters, Carol L. Panke, Dem., Barbara S. Canfield, 
Rep. — Supt. of Schools, Herbert Chester. — Board of Education, Ronald Clarke, 
Naomi K. Cohen, Elizabeth M. Curtin, Richard C. Robinson, 1979; Theodore M. 
Space, Chm., William W. Dowdy, Betty L. Storrs, 1981.— Town Plan and Zoning 
Commission, Samuel DuBosar, Chm., Theodore B. Epstein, Harald Nome, Joseph 
M. Suggs, Jr., George D. Sutherland, Donald N. Thatcher, Alternates, Albert F. 
Reichin, Charles D. Strouse, Steven M. Zelman. — Planning Consultant, Dennis 
Brown. — Zoning Board of Appeals, Bernard Poliner, Chm., Alan J. Barth. Judith 
G. Haslun, Leon M. Kliman, Paolina J. Sullivan; Alternates, James R. Cronin, 
Raymond L. McFarland, Carl Reisner. — Economic Development Commission, Jo- 
seph A. Gozzo, Chm., Richard Bronson, Marvin S. Loewith, Stanley Sack, James 
R. Silvester. — Parks, Conservation and Open Space Committee, Stephen Du\iv 
Chm., Benjamin Berliner, Elizabeth Berliner, Lois Dill, Eben Hall, Henr\ Hallas. 
Paul Hughes, Elizabeth Merrow, William Scott, Donald Thatcher. — Adnsorv 
Committee on the Environment, Robert Bishop, Chm., George Carrington, Shirle\ 



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Coblens, Louis Cuervo, Mellanee Harris, Harold Konovitch, Richard Laiuppa, 
Robert Mancino, Raymond R. Mills, Jr., Lynn Nathan, Edward Siegel, Joyce 
Winkler, Richard S. Woodhull, Diane Zucker. — Inland Wetlands and Water- 
courses Commission, Richard Quinn, Chm., John F. Ahrens, Benjamin C. Berliner, 
Henrietta Carter, Marc Needelman, Harald Nome, Albert F. Reichin, Seymour 
Rothstein, Richard S. Woodhull. — Commission on Aging, Mary Z. Hill, Chm., 
Barbara Bagnall, Philip Cohn, Freida Feinberg, Fannie P. Gabriel, Wendell 
James, Mary J. Lee, Dr. Russell Martin, Florence Potish, Rita C. Schleker, Hor- 
ace B. Tuttle, Walter Velhage. — Human Relations Commission, James Tyler, 
Chm., June Berg, Jackson Carroll, Isadore Goldstein, Sean Kennelly, Leon Kli- 
man, Gerald O'Connor, Jean Procope-Martin, John Rose, Jr., M. Beatrice Wood, 
Patricia Yosha. — Director of Social Services, Robert H. Watkins. — Director of 
Health, Robert L. Sanborn. — Library Directors, Isaac N. Epstein, Chm., William 
A. Bain, Mary Lue B. Belden, Edwin A. Gittleman, Sarah M. Lee, Naomi G. 
Shenkman. — Recreation Committee, Robert I. Moore, Chm., Alan L. Beck, Louis 
Blumenfeld, Lewis Mazur, David Metzger, Shirley Sabin, Debra Simons, David 
Thompson, Lowell Waldo, Myron Weiner. — Director of Parks and Recreation, 
Harold Barenz. — Director of Public Works, John J. Kazmarski. — Supt. of High- 
ways, Gerald Talbot. — Building Inspector, Walter D. Hill. — Chief of Police, Har- 
old B. Jackson; Deputy, Anthony J. Toce. — Chiefs of Fire Dept., Adolf P. Jacob- 
sen (Center), Frank Regier (Blue Hills). — Fire Marshals, William S. Graham 
(Center), Frank Regier (Blue Hills). — Center Fire Comrs., Dr. A. L. Fern, Benja- 
min Snyder, Everett Wadhams. — Blue Hills Fire Comrs., Edward Bednarzyk, 
Roger Rousseau, Frank H. Sneath, III. — Town Attorney, Leo Rosen. — Justices of 
the Peace, Jane H. Arnold, Donald B. Austin, Leoniece B. Beatty, Alan L. Beck, 
Mary Lue B. Belden, Eva M. Bennett, Seena Brown, Thaddeus H. Burak, Barbara 
S. Canfield, James C. Chafin, Jr., Donna O. Choquette, Shirley Coblens, Lawrence 
J. Cohen, Robert J. Cormier, Robert R. Crossen, Margaret N. Cunnane, Allan 
DeLorenzo, Frederic E. Dill, Fannie S. Feld, Robert Ferguson, Mary A. Fitzger- 
ald, Ruth W. Fuller, Fannie R. Gabriel, Aaron C. Gaskins, Berthold Gaster, Man- 
uel A. Giller, Edwin A. Gittleman, Martin Grossman, Donald F. Harris, Judith G. 
Haslun, Mary Z. Hill, Cleavo Holloman, Florence B. Jewell, Susie V. Johnson, 
Elizabeth R. Kaplan, Mary J. Lee, Elisabeth H. Lewis, Basil A. L. Llewellyn, Jack 
J. London, Jackie H. Lyles, Mary C. Major, Joseph A. Manna, Bennett Millstein, 
Arthur M. Nassau, Marc N. Needelman, Grace M. Nome, Max Potish, Elaine W. 
Quinn, Carl Reisner, Mary Ann Rickis, Cynthia J. Rogers, Richard D. Satell, 
Martin V. Serignese, Margaret V. Shaw, Clifford B. Simons, Gershon J. Sosin, 
Charles D. Strouse, Joseph M. Suggs, Jr., Claire E. Swallow, Eugene T. Sweeney, 
Delilah M. Tweedy, John C. Vasquez, Phyllis S. Wachspress, Richard Ware, Ray- 
mond H. Watkins, Jr., William Weissenburger, Jr., Gordon C. Willoughby, Jr., 
M. Beatrice Wood, Evelyn Wurdig, Franklin D. Zito. 

BOLTON. Tolland County. — (Form of government, selectmen, town meeting, 
board of finance.) — Inc., Oct., 1720. Area, 15.5 sq. miles. Population, est., 3,900. 
Voting district, 1. Children, 1,293. Principal industry, agriculture. Transp. — Pas- 
senger: Served by buses of Bonanza Bus Lines, Inc. from Hartford and Williman- 
tic. Freight: Served by numerous motor common carriers. Post office, Bolton; also 
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TOWNS, CITIES AND BOROUGHS 337 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Catherine K 
Leiner; Hours, 9 A.M. -3 P.M., Monday through Friday; 7-9 P.M., Monday; Ad- 
dress, 222 Bolton Center Rd., 06040; Tel., Manchester, 643-4756.— Asst. Clerk 
and Asst. Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Eleanor H. Preuss. — Selectmen, 1st, Henry 
P. Ryba, Dem. (Tel., 649-8743), Aloysius J. Ahearn, Dem., John F. Carey, Dcm., 
Joann M. Neath, Dem., Ernest A. Shepherd, Rep. — Treas. and Agent of Town 
Deposit Fund, Catherine H. Peterson. — Board of Finance, Richard L. Barger, 
Chm., Daniel E. Harris, Shirley G. Potter, Siddiq A. Sattar, Morris Silverstein, 
Raymond A. Ursin. — Tax Collector, Elaine R. Potterton. — Board of Tax Review, 
John S. Gleason, Chm., Ilvi J. Cannon, Jean S. Gately. — Assessor, Building In- 
spector, H. Calvin Hutchinson. — Registrars of Voters, Ilvi J. Cannon, Dem., Jean 
S. Gately, Rep. — Supt. of Schools, Raymond A. Allen, Jr. — Board of Education, 
Joseph J. Haloburdo, Jr., Chm., Michael J. O'Connor, Andrew P. Pinto, Barbara 
L. Smith, 1979; Gil D. Boisoneau, Louis N. Cloutier, Jr., James H. Marshall, 
1981. — Planning Commission, Robert E. Gorton, Chm., Renato Cocconi, James S. 
Klar, Richard P. Morra, Samuel H. Teller; Alternates, Ilvi J. Cannon, Albert M. 
Hopper, Jr., vacancy. — Zoning Commission, Philip G. Dooley, Sr., Chm., George 

A. Hawkins, Harold J. Webb, Alan C. Wiedie, Edward J. Zakowski; Alternates, 
Christopher T. McCooe, Richard P. Morra, Rebecca H. Treat. — Zoning Board of 
Appeals, John H. Roberts, Chm., Joel E. Hoffman, John J. Morianos, Robert R. 
Morra, vacancy; Alternates, Edward F. DelSignore, Thomas C. Franz, Donato 
Rattazzi, Jr. — C onsen ation and Inland Wetlands Commission, Stanley J. Bates, 
Chra., Elaine N. Camposeo, Wayne K. Sho#ey, Richard E. Vizard, Robert C. 
Young. — Senior Citizens Committee, Paul F. Brown, Chm., Edward L. Carini, 
Elsie M. Jones, Sandra W. Pierog; David C. Mitchell, Agent. — Welfare Director, 
Ilvi J. Cannon— Director of Health, C. Wendell Wickersham, M.D. (P.O., 
Manchester). — Board of Health, Paul A. Edberg, Chm., Hazel R. Allen, Elizabeth 
C. Andrews, Grant Davis, Esther P. Haloburdo, Doris E. Hanford, Sonja M. 
Kirk. — Library Directors, Robert E. Gorton, Chm., Linda O. Chamberland, Ei- 
leen M. DelSignore, Thelma R. Fracchia, Nancy P. Silverstein, Joan D. Teller, 
vacancy. — Open Burning Official, Elna C. Dimock. — Park Advisory Committee, 
Stanley J. Bates, Chm. and Park Dir.; Michael Fisher, Charles F. Holland, 
Thomas D. Hooper, Polly H. Smith, Raymond P. Soma, Samuel H. Teller. — 
Recreation Advisory Committee, Craig R. Potterton, Chm. and Recreation Dir.; 
Gil D. Boisoneau, Mark A. Buonome, Robert W. Chamberland, Philip E. Dal\, 
James M. McCurry, Joan M. Molchan. — Building Code Board of Appeals, Alden 

B. Chick, Chm., Mario Fava, Joseph P. Lorenzini, Harold J. Webb, Alan C. Wie- 
die. — Public Building Commission, Douglas T. Cheney, Chm., Edward F. Del- 
Signore, John H. Roberts, Ronald C. Soares, Walter J. Treschuk. — Tree Warden, 
Donald W. Massey. — Chief of Police, Henry P. Ryba. — Constables, Thomas M 
Carpenter, Bruce S. Davies, III, Joe J. Fontanella, Armand R. Morin, Carl E. 
Nystrom, Dale Smith. — Chief of Fire Dept., N. James Preuss, Jr.; Deputy. Ronald 
Morra — Fire Marshal, Peter H. Massolini. — Board of Fire Comrs., Clifford O 
Magnuson, Chm., Leonard M. Giglio, Carl A. Preuss, John E. Witham, va- 
cancy — Civil Preparedness Dir., Clifford A Massey. — Town Attorney, Jerome I 
Walsh. — Justices of the Peace, Aloysius J. Ahearn, Ilvi J. Cannon, Douglas T. 
Cheney, John M. Harris, Maureen A. Houle, Norma A. Licitra, Doroth\ R. 



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Miller, Marilyn M. Moonan, Robert R. Morra, Joann M. Neath, Norma P. Ted- 
ford, Laura C. Toomey. 

BOZRAH. New London County. — (Form of government, selectmen, town 
meeting, board of finance.) — Inc., May, 1786; taken from Norwich. Area, 20.0 sq. 
miles. Population, est., 2,500. Voting district, 1. Children, 767. Principal indus- 
tries, agriculture, cement mixing, manufacturing of plastics, sporting equipment, 
insulation, small tools and padding goods. Transp. — Freight: Served by numerous 
motor common carriers. Post offices, Fitchville and Gilman. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Anna Mair; 
Hours, 9 A.M. -4 P.M., Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday; 9-12 A.M., Saturday; 
Address, Town Hall, Fitchville 06334; Tel., Norwich, 889-8174.— Selectmen, 1st, 
Ralph G. Fargo, Dem. (P.O., Fitchville, Tel., 889-8174), Arnold H. Williams, 
Dem., Edward A. Stevenson, Rep. — Treas., Claire R. Granger (P.O., Norwich). — 
Agent of Town Deposit Fund, Martha P. Arseneault. — Board of Finance, Martin 
H. Rogan, Chm., William W. Bush, III, Richard D. Clang, George W. Gager, 
Rodger V. Hodgkins, Samuel L. Kofkoff. — Tax Collector, Anna Mair. — Board of 
Tax Review, Donald M. Bloom, Chm., Nellie Gural, Albert P. Jowdy. — Assessors, 
John E. Graham, Chm., William A. Herrick, Jr., Arnold S. Kaplan. — Registrars 
of Voters, Marilynn Sullivan, Dem.,'Adele Fishbone, Rep. — Supt. of Schools, Ed- 
ward Favolise. — Board of Education, Walter E. Brown, Jr., Chm., Arthur F. 
Brown, Jr., Martha H. Gotthelf, 1979; Margaret L. Lathrop, Eugene A. Senecal, 
1981. — Planning and Zoning Commission, Russell L. Rice, Chm., Burton L. Avery, 
Jr., Russell E. Hibbard, Eugene A. Senecal, Theodore J. Viadella. — Zoning Board 
of Appeals, Elliot H. Geligoff, Chm., Anne M. Canova, Donald H. Casavant, Rus- 
sell R. Grant, Henry I. Monell; Alternates, Orrin Banning, Henry A. Granger, 
John Kuchy. — Zoning Enforcement Officer, Theodore J. Viadella. — Conservation 
and Inland Wetlands Commission, Arthur H. Gager, Chm., Michael G. Betten, 
M.D., Robert W. Chambers, Francis W. Keroack, George E. Outwater, David 
Taylor, John Wells. — Agent for the Elderly, Annie S. Kuhne. — Director of Health, 
Michael G. Betten, M.D. (P.O., Norwich). — Parks and Recreation Commission, 
Franklin A. Suplita, Chm., Sandra E. Banning, Raymond C. Barber, Donald H. 
Casavant, John E. Graham, Thomas A. O'Brien, Harold E. Semmelrock. — Build- 
ing Inspector, Donald Johnson. — Tree Warden, John Kuchy. — Lake Authority, 
Donald H. Willey, Chm., George C. Evert, Sr., Robert Forschler— Chief of Po- 
lice, Ralph G. Fargo. — Constables, Ruth E. Goulart, Henry A. Granger, Jr., Wil- 
liam A. Herrick, Jr., Bernard C. Korenkiewicz, Thomas A. O'Brien, Russell C. 
Schrader, John M. Wilyer. — Chief of Fire Dept., Fire Marshal, Civil Preparedness 
Director, Raymond C. Barber; Deputy, Ralph Banning. — Town Attorneys, Robert 
C. Leuba (P.O., Mystic). — Justices of the Peace, Alfred L. Barlow, Katherine N. 
Booth, William M. Fishbone, Genevieve K. Fries, Edna G. Gilman, Claire R. 
Granger, Nellie Gural, Nathan D. Hantman, William A. Herrick, Jr., Albert P. 
Jowdy, Mary K. Korenkiewicz, Joseph J. Socha, Doris Wilyer. 

BRANFORD. New Haven County. — (Form of government, representative 
town meeting, selectmen, board of finance.) — Named, 1653. Area, 27.9 sq. miles. 



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Population, est., 22,100. Voting districts, 5. Children, 6,559. Principal industries, 
wire, electronics and ignition parts. Transp. — Passenger: Served by Amtrak and by 
buses of Conn. Transit from New Haven and Beebe Transp. Co. from Madison. 
Freight: Served by Conrail and numerous motor common carriers. Post offices, 
Branford, Short Beach and Stony Creek. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Peter Ablondi; Hours, 
9 A.M.-4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday; Address, Town Hall, 1019 Main St., 
Box 150, 06405; Tel., 488-6305— Asst. Clerks and Asst. Regs, of Vital Statistics, 
Mrs. Georgette A. Laske, Mrs. Rosemary Tobin, Mrs. Charlotte Sykes. — Repre- 
sentative Town Meeting, Vincent J. Casanova, Moderator; Jean F. Ahem, Joan 
Bailey, Peter Banca, James F. Bell, III, Gereon M. Bodner, Rosemary Boswell, 
William M. Bratten, Daniel Caruso, Richard Cohen, Kenneth Colburn, Daniel T. 
Cosgrove, Philip J. DeCaprio, John E. Donegan, George P. Dwyer, Jr., David P. 
Etzel, Jr., John W. Firth, Janet M. Gaines, Lucien R. Grenon, Jon Grossman, 
Lawrence G. Hally, Frank Kinney, III, Donald D. Kissell, Martin Maloney, Vin- 
cent Modzelewski, Raymond L. Moore, Arthur R. Samuelson, Susan H. Spear, 
Roberta M. Temple, Peter W. VanWilgen. — Selectmen, 1st, John B. Sliney, Dem. 
(Tel., 488-6305), Alex Robertson, Jr., Dem., James W. Milne, Rep— Treas., Vin- 
cent B. McAvay. — Agent of Town Deposit Fund, Eric H. Anderson. — Board of 
Finance, Robert M. Geier, Chm., W. Perry Curtiss, David Etzel, Donald Grigley, 
Donald Jackson, Stuart Klarman. — Tax Collector, William T. Lynch. — Board of 
Tax Review, John Coolac, Chm., Robert Cramer, William McCoy. — Assessors, 
James Janz, Chm., Michael J. Infantino. — Registrars of Voters, Doris Freund, 
Dem., Robert L. Collingwood, Rep. — Supt. of Schools, Ernest E. Weeks. — Board 
of Education, William J. Bodie, Jr., Anthony LaSala, James W. M. Monde, 1979; 
Lee A. Mailloux, Chm., Andrew S. Carrano, Jean Marie Fitzgerald, 1981; Joseph 

D. Chandler, Robert E. Cramer, Ralph DeAngelo, Jr., 1983. — Planning and Zon- 
ing Commission, Gene Bontatibus, Chm., Austin Colburn, Fergus Mooney, Clin- 
ton Swift, John Walsh; Alternates, Joseph DeFillippo, Walter Lynch, Jean 
Mauro. — Zoning Board of Appeals, John Reid, Chm., Louis Atwater, Reginald 
Baldwin, Emil Nygard, Howard Prann; Alternates, David Breed, William Levesh, 
Pat Onofrio. — Economic Development Commission, Ralph Gagliardi, Chm., Ed- 
win Brown, Edward Johnson, Hugh Manke, Sal Petrillo, A. D. Ramsey, David 
Reif, John Sciarra, Shelley Shiffrin. — Housing Authority, Mary Kennedy, Chm., 
Robert Bradley, Walter Flesche, Philip McKeon, Donald Patenaude. — Conserva- 
tion Commission, Dana Blanchard, Secy., Robert Hart, Justin McCarthy, Henry 
Muranko, Arthur Pope. — Inland Wetlands Commission, Patsy Santoro, Chm., 
Dana Blanchard, Peter Borgemeister, George Ghiroli, Bruce McCoy, Clinton 
Swift. — Flood and Erosion Control Board, James Milne, Chm., Richard Coyle, W. 

E. Hoblitzelle, Francis Huard, Flanders Smith. — Elderly Commission, Sue Cox, 
Chm., Attilio Banca, Dorothy Ledbury, Rev. Roger Manners, William McGrath, 
Betty Quinn, Malcolm Schwab, Jr., Joe Trapasso. — Welfare Supvr., Lillian Ole- 
jarczyk— Director of Health, Patrick Accardi, M. PH. —Board of Public Health, 
Patricia Andriole, Marilyn Beach, Joseph Farricielli, Mrs. Ingeborg Hallden, Har- 
old Levy, M.D., William VanWie. — Library Directors, Willoughby Wallace: Fred- 
erick R. Houde, Chm., Edward P. Avery, Edith Blanchard, Ralph DeLucia, Ger- 
ald Greenvall, Thorvald F. Hammer, Barbara Park, M. Thorns, Elleda B. Wilson. 



340 TOWNS, CITIES AND BOROUGHS 

Blackstone Memorial: Meredith Bloss, Ruth Clark, Thorvald F. Hammer, Wil- 
liam Hitchcock, Macgregor Kilpatrick, Rutherford Rogers, John Sliney. — Recre- 
ation Board, Dominic Giordano, Chm., Joan Bradley, Vincent Casella, Alfred 
DuPuy, Herbert Sykes. — Dir. of Parks and Recreation, Joseph Trapasso. — Dir. of 
Public Works, Jerry Bernardo. — Town Engineer, Donald Ellis. — Building Inspec- 
tor, Peter Zack. — Sewer Authority, Daniel Cosgrove, Chm., Ralph Dese, Nicholas 
Dykun, Albert Libby, Herbert Sykes. — Shell Fish Commission, Flanders Smith, 
Chm., Clifford Collins, Michael Infantino. — Tree Warden, Dominick Guarnero. — 
Chief of Police, William Holohan; Deputy, Robert Gill. — Police Commission, 
Charles Monast, Chm., Howard Betts, John Diamond, Ralph Neilson, Chester 
Schwall, Jr., Walter Silverman. — Chief of Fire Dept., Fire Marshal, John 
Tweed. — Board of Fire Comrs., John Zvonkovic, Chm., Kenneth Burnes, Ernest 
Collins, William Gilpin, Alfred Skolonis, William Thompson. — Civil Preparedness 
Dir., George Ahem. — Town Attorney, Frank Dumark. — Justices of the Peace, Ga- 
briel F. Azzaro, Joseph Casanova, Frank J. Dumark, Doris Freund, Michael J. 
Infantino, Kristin L. Johnson, Jean B. Mauro, Edward L. Reynolds, Louis C. 
VanEgghen, Carl W. Weller, Jr. 

BRIDGEPORT. Fairfield County. — (Form of government, mayor, common 
council.) — Town inc., May, 1821; taken from Stratford and Fairfield; city inc., 
May, 1836; town and city consolidated, 1836. Area, 17.5 sq. miles. Population, est., 
148,000. Voting districts, city elections, 24; state elections, 29. Children, 36,448. 
Principal industries, manufacture of metallic cartridges, firearms, corsets, brass 
goods, valves, electric apparatus and appliances, airplanes, steam specialties and 
industrial instruments, machine tools and accessories, plastics, wiring devices, alu- 
minum and zinc castings. Transp. — Passenger: Served by Amtrak and Conrail; 
steamboat from Port Jefferson, L.I. and buses of Conn. Transit from New Haven, 
and Valley Transp. Co. from Waterbury; by Cross Country Coach, Greyhound and 
Trailways; locally by Bonanza Bus Lines, Inc., Gray Line Bus Co., Bridgeport 
Auto Transit Co., Chestnut Hill Bus Corp., Stratford Bus Line and Chieppo Bus 
Co. Freight: Served by Conrail steamboat from Port Jefferson, L.I. and numerous 
motor common carriers. Also located here a Municipal Airport. Post office, 
Bridgeport. 

CITY AND TOWN OFFICERS. Town Clerk, Michael Mehai; Hours, 9 
A.M. -5 P.M., Monday through Friday; Address, City Hall, Room 124, 45 Lyon 
Ter., 06604; Tel., 576-7207.— Asst. Town Clerks, Rosemary P. Crouse, Mary W. 
Wieler — Reg. of Vital Statistics, John F. McCarthy, Jr.— Asst. Reg. of Vital Sta- 
tistics, Edna Z. McNamara. — Citv Clerk, John M. Brannellv; Hours, same as 
Town Clerk; Address, City Hall/ Room 204, 45 Lyon Ter., 06604; Tel., 576- 
7081. — Asst. City Clerk, Kathleen Kane. — Mayor, John C. Mandanici, Dem. — 
Common Council Pres., Richard T. Meehan, Jr. — Aldermen, 130th Dist., Stanley 
A. Arrington, John Moranski; 131st Dist., Stephen J. Soracco, William P. Tver; 
132nd Dist., Bernard Katz, Thomas A. Mulligan, Jr.; 133rd Dist., Armando F. 
Goncalves, Edmund R. Palumbo; 134th Dist., Anthony R. Innacell, Richard T. 
Meehan, Jr.; 135th Dist., Gregory M. Conte, Willie Phillips; 136th Dist., Thomas 
V. Caco, Richard L. DeJulio; 137th Dist., Gilberto Hernandez, Kenneth J. Kelley; 
!38th Dist., Gabriel J. Biafore, Barbara J. LeMoine; 139th Dist., Edward E. 



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Lesko, Robert A. Swift. — Selectmen, Ralph J. DeMeo, Mario Lugo-Baez, Rita E. 
Miller, Yolanda M. Riccio, Donald R. Scinto. — Treas., Frank E. Babycos. — 
Comptroller, William J. McMahon. — Board of Apportionment and Taxation, Peter 
A. LaPorta, Chm., Julian Braxton, Carl A. Kleinknecht, Nicholas Mardozian, 
Patricia Rayho, Sylvester Romano, Mario Testa. — Tax Collector, William J. 
Faulkner. — Board of Tax Review, Joseph M. Salamon, Chm., William J. Faulk- 
ner, Sylvester Romano. — Assessor, Ernest Kwantz; Asst., Leo McBride. — Board 
of Appraisal of Benefits and Damages, George Brown, Edward McPadden, Mar- 
garet Stapleton. — Insurance Commission, Mayor John C. Mandanici, Chm., John 
M. Brannelly, William J. McMahon. — Financial Advisory Committee, Mayor 
John C. Mandanici, Walter C. Berger, Daniel D. Domogala, Sidney Dworkin, 
Edward Fruitrich, Edward Mulligan, Stanley Sulzycki, George F. Taylor. — Citi- 
zen's Advisory Committee on Contract Compliance, John L. DePeano, Leo Lacend, 
Pamela Lancaster, Michael Lanese, Raymond Lubisk, Eddie Rodriguez, . — Regis- 
trars of Voters, Martin J. Fischer, Dem., Edward T. Otremba, Rep. — Supt. of 
Schools, Geraldine Johnson. — Board of Education, Thomas D. Flynn, Pres., Mi- 
chael C. Bisciglia, Nancy Hornyak, Anthony G. Rossetti, Stephen J. Sedensky, 
Jr., Mrs. Leonor Toro, 1979; Fleeta C. Hudson, Victor C. Medina, Eleanor F. 
Melilli, 1981. — Personnel Dir., Alan Cohen. — Civil Service Commission, John B. 
Kennedy, Pres., Joseph DiCarlo, Antoinette La Rose, Julius Nobili, Leo J. Red- 
gate. — Planning Commission, Gerald Busker, Chm., John Ehnot, Joseph Marti- 
nek, Alexander Schillaci; Alternates, Gerald Murphy, Henry Pawlowski, Joseph 
Piczko. — City Planner, Dr. James A. Crispino. — Zoning Commission, John Lan- 
caster, Chm., George Farrell, Jr., Jack Greengarden, Dennis Kovacs, Raymond 
Svetz; Alternate, Dominic Tedesco. — Zoning Board of Appeals, Lawrence Neary, 
Chm., Francis Boyle, Salvatore Cagginello, Charles DeCesare, Arthur Lunin; Al- 
ternates, Valdimar Esteves, John LaChioma, Mario Sosa. — Zoning Enforcement 
Officer, Joseph Mesarich. — Economic, Industrial and Development Corp., Richard 
C. Ellis, Pres., George Bellinger, Richard Bodine, Phillip Burdett, Cameron Clark, 
Victor C. Cogswell, Russell Colon, Robert Dixon, George Dunbar, Donald Farrar, 
James G. Flaherty, Richard S. Freeman, John Garcia, Thomas Gill, Edward Har- 
rison, Alexander Hawley, Samuel Hawley, Henry Katz, Elliot Koenig, William 
Lytle, Joseph H. Maloney, Milton Mandelson, Newman Marsilius, William 
McMahon, Milton Morgan, O'Hayden Owens, John Pfriem, E. Cortright Phillips, 
William Simpson, Michael Sorrentino, Henry Wheeler, Mayor John C. Mandan- 
ici, Ex-officio, John Zellers, Hon. Member. — Redevelopment Agency, Walter Ber- 
ger, Chm., John J. Dwyer, Ethel Herman, Peter Laporta, Philip Murphy; Harry 
Bloom, Exec. Dir. — Housing Authority, Mark Gross, Chm., Domenic Fiorini, 
Douglas Lanier, Jose Lugo, Ralph Rainieri; Don H. Heyward, Exec. Dir. — Board 
of Park City Housing Development Corp., John Guedes, Victor E. Irizarry, Peter 
Laporta, Hilda Matos, Jose G. Mestre, Christopher Mingolello, Edwin Moss, 
Herminio Oliveras, George Randolph, John T. Wood, Samuel Zinovenko; Hector 
Nieves, Exec. Dir. — Housing Site Development Agency, Mark Gross, Chm., Au- 
gustine Corica, Leonard Dyer, Charles Mohyde, Charles Szur— Parking Author- 
ity, Dr. Dominick Mastrony, Chm., Leonard Buono, Irwin A. Davis, Joseph Has- 
chak, Edward P. Leonard. — Environmental Protection Agency, Kay Williams, 
Chm., Mary DeSimone, Mary DeStefano, Christine Jones, Gene Memoli, Charles 
Murphy, Bernard Palumbo; Alternate, Dr. Gery Habansky. — Senior Citizen Com- 



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mission, Sister Theresa Curley, Chm., Elizabeth Doolan, Mrs. Max Gelb, Helen 
Gellis, Ella Jackson, Michael Molise, Angela Pritula. — Agent for the Elderly, 
Frank S. McGee. — Health Officer, Meyer Herman, M.D. — Welfare Director, 
David R. Gonzalez. — Director of Health, John F. McCarthy, Jr. — Board of Hu- 
mane Affairs, Dr. Leonard S. Rome, Pres., Caryl Morgan, Vice Pres., Richard 
Coletta, Joseph D'Amicol, Minnie Greggos, D. William Pasquariello, M.D., Peter 
Spinelli. — Library Directors, James J. O'Connell, Pres., Helen Liskov, Vice Pres., 
Lydia A. Duggins, Leonard N. Mainiero, John E. Pfriem, John G. Phelan, George 
Taylor, two vacancies. — Parks Commission, John T. Lesko, Sr., Pres., Ernest 
Amaral, Vice Pres., Jack Albertson, Anne Hayes, John Hungerford, Louis Ianna- 
rone, Ralph J. Innacell, Anthony Post; Francis E. Fagan, Supt. — Recreation Com- 
mission, Earl Mastri, Chm., Frederick Reichert, Stanley Smith, Guy Turtoro, 
Rose Marie Wetmore; Charles J. Bruno, Acting Dir. — Director of Youth Services, 
Charles Coviello. — Director of Public Works, James Juliano; Asst., William Kro- 
nenberg. — City Engineer, Robert Kalm. — Purchasing Board, Attilio Cerreta, Pat 
Conte, Charles Saad. — Acting Purchasing Agent, Elaine Potz. — Sealer of Weights 
and Measures, Paul J. Macciocca. — Building Official, Frank A. Mercaldi. — Build- 
ing Board of Appeals, John J. Dwyer, Chm., Frank Capasso, Michael Lombardi, 
Albert Pinciaro, John Villella. — Dir. of Environmental Health, Sanitarian, Henry 
Gross. — Tree Warden, John T. Lesko, Sr. — Supt. of Police, Joseph A. Walsh; 
Deputy, Wilfred J. Walker. — Police Commission, Arthur Delmonte, Pres., Robert 
Bruno, Frank Delaquila, Larry Harris, Dr. Dominick Mastrony, Albert Per- 
rocco. — Sheriffs, Manuel N. Ayala, Donald D. DeVeny, Martin J. Fischer, Edwin 
S. Mak, Anthony J. Post, Daniel Vadi. — Acting Chief of Fire Dept., Fire Marshal, 
Bernard P. Finn. — Board of Fire Comrs., Edward J. Arkison, Chm., Jerry Cam- 
polucci, Charles Dougiello, Andrew Gottfried, Edward Lombardi, Violet Murphy, 
Salvatore Spadaccino. — Civil Preparedness Director, Daniel Piccolello. — City At- 
torney, John C. McNamara. — Justices of the Peace, William A. Allen, Alberto J. 
Ayala, Donna J. Beach, Allan E. Berwin, Raymond E. Blank, Tillie S. Bograd, 
Ellen A. Brown, Joseph R. Bruno, Vincent Buonanno, Bernard Busker, Joan E. 
Ciaurro, Janet H. Clement, Leonard M. Cocco, Arthur Collazo, Lawrence C. 
Conti, Sr., Augustine S. Corica, Ann M. Cuda, Richard DeJulio, Frank Delaquila, 
Ralph J. DeMeo, Hector Diaz, Robert A. Dortenzio, Theresa Drosdik, James F. 
Dwyer, Antonio J. Esposito, Michelina M. Ferrara, Manuel Garcia, John J. Gar- 
rett, Jr., Ronald J. Gavern, Pamela Giannini, Stanley Golenski, Joseph D. Gon- 
calves, Leo S. D. Goodman, John A. Greco, Justine F. Hamilton, Joseph Haschak, 
Joseph S. Hatrick, Luz Hernandez, Peter J. Holecz, Diane H. Huggard, R. James 
Innacell, George J. Jenco, Robert S. Katz, John B. Kennedy, Linda P. Kentosh, 
Kathleen F. Klekocka, Kathy A. Klosowski, Michael A. Lanese, Ann S. Larson, 
Richard Lee, Edward LeMoine, Edward E. Lesko, Edward J. Lombardi, John J. 
Lopata, Jr., Mario Lugo-Baez, Brenda Marra, Anne T. Martinek, Mary Martone, 
John F. McCarthy, John F. McCarthy, Jr., Joan McCullough, Frank S. McGee, 
Bryant Miles, Jr., Helen M. Miller, Carolo Minopoli, Mary A. Moran, Philip W. 
Moreland, Caryl G. Morgan, Fred Moses, Eugene P. O'Neill, Marie A. Pastor, 
Joseph Patria, Adrian Perez, Shirley Pidluski, Emily Pinto, Eugenia Post, D. Ross 
Potter, Alexandre M. Ramalho, Victor S. Riccio, Sandra Riehl, Domingo L. Ro- 
bles, Angie Rosario, Alejandro Santiago, Richard S. Scalo, Anthony Schopp, 
Donald R. Scinto, Donna Scinto, George J. Sigona, Agnes C. Simons, Stephen J. 



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Soracco, Mario F. Sousa, Jose N. Stanco, Louis Stein, Raymond M. Svetz, John 
Swatkowski, Frank J. Thornton, Charles M. Valentino, Florence L. Valentino, 
Merchione M. Valentino, Florence M. Zerella. 

BRIDGEWATER. Litchfield County. — (Form of government, selectmen, 
town meeting, board of finance.) — Inc., May, 1856; taken from New Milford. 
Area, 1 6.3 sq. miles. Population, est., 1 ,700. Voting district, 1 . Children, 487. Prin- 
cipal industry, agriculture. Transp. — Freight: Served by numerous motor common 
carriers. Post office, Bridgewater. Voted No Liquor Permit, 1935. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Grace V. Med- 
daugh; Hours, 9-12 A.M., Monday and Friday; 9 A.M. -5 P.M., Tuesday; Address, 
Town Hall, Main St., 06752; Tel., office, New Milford, 354-5102.— Asst. Clerks 
and Asst. Regs, of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Marian J. Spodnick, Mrs. Ann C. Harvey. 
— Selectmen, 1st, Henry F. Becker, Rep. (Tel., 354-5250), Ernest R. Fournier, 
Rep., Thomas P. Gannon, Dem. — Treas. and Agent of Town Deposit Fund, Susan 
A. ReadyorT. — Board of Finance., Shirley L. Waters, Chm., Daniel B. Bianchi, 
Richard F. Gabriel, W. Helen Stuart, Gladys Taylor, John S. Weatherley. — Tax 
Collector, Jean B. Kavanek. — Board of Tax Review, Robert E. Corey, Chm., Wil- 
liam P. Berth, Marie B. Synnestvedt. — Assessors, Alfred B. Hecker, Chm., Ed- 
ward H. Fuller, Ann C. Harvey. — Registrars of Voters, Helen L. Worden, Dem., 
Betty M. Shelton, Rep. — Supt. of Schools, Henry Versnick. — Planning and Zoning 
Commission, Robert R. Roth, Jr., Chm., R. James Allen, Fred Hilb, John S. 
Weatherley, Elliot Woolwich; Alternates, Richard Jones, Ernest Katz, Jr., 
Thomas Maker. — Zoning Board of Appeals, William A. Moore, Jr., Chm., Mary 
J. Allen, George K. Canfield, Hila C. Colman, Robert L. Grey; Alternates, Joseph 
Kwasnik, Sandy Melatti, James R. Sullivan— Zoning Enforcement Officer, Rob- 
ert R. Roth, Jr. — Conservation Commission, Burton Bernstein, Chm., Ernest R. 
Fournier, Dennis Ketchum, Edward Lang, Dorothy MalorT. — Agent for the Eld- 
erly, Bernard H. Shelton.— Director of Health, W. Frederick Lahvis, M.D. (P.O., 
New Milford). — Recreation Commission, Charles G. Paine, Chm., Mary J. Allen, 
Edward Foss, Catherine Fredlund, C. Richard Hagstrom, E. Theodore Koerner, 
Marie B. Synnestvedt. — Supt. of Highways, Frank Colburn. — Building Inspector, 
Stanley A. Johnson. — Chief of Police, Henry F. Becker. — Constables, Ernest C. 
Carlson, Frank W. Colburn, Edward Ferriss, Robert Orvis, Raymond H. Osborne, 
Thomas R. Osborne, Terry L. Shook. — Chief of Fire Dept., James R. Sullivan; 
Deputy, Ernest C. Carlson. — Fire Marshal, Tom Murphy. — Civil Preparedness 
Director, Bernard H. Shelton. — Town Attorney, Fred Baker (P.O., Danbury). — 
Justices of the Peace, Hila C. Colman, Thomas K. Dupre, Robert T. Gumpper, 
Shirley G. Gumpper, Daniel T. ReadyorT, Bernard H. Shelton, Carla M. Stevens. 

BRISTOL. Hartford County. — (Form of government, mayor, city council.) — 
Town inc., May, 1785; taken from Farmington. Town and city co-extensive, 1911. 
Area, 26.6 sq. miles. Population, est., 55,400. Voting districts, 9. Children, 18,189. 
Principal industries, bulk printing and the manufacture of ball bearings, springs, 
clocks and watches, timing devices, brass products, paper boxes, screw machine 
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formers, automatic voltage regulators, electric connectors; brass, bronze and cop- 
per sheet, rod and wire; brass and aluminum forgings, wire forms, paper punches, 
various metal products to specifications, machine tools, metal stampings, counting 
devices; archery sets, ski poles, automobile parts, jewelry, etc. Transp. — Passenger: 
Served by buses of the Bonanza Bus Lines, Inc. from Hartford and Waterbury and 
from New York City via Danbury, and by Greyhound. Freight: Served by Conrail 
and numerous motor common carriers. Post office, Bristol, with classified station 
at Forestville. Three rural delivery routes. 

CITY AND TOWN OFFICERS. City Clerk, Town Clerk and Reg. of Vital 
Statistics, Mrs. Rita D. Brown; Hours, 8:30 A.M. -5 P.M., Monday through Fri- 
day; Address, 111 North Main St., 06010; Tel., 584-7655.— Asst. Town and City 
Clerk, Mrs. Stephanie K. Allaire. — Deputy Asst. City and Town Clerk, Mrs. 
Gemma D. Langeway. — Asst. Regs, of Vital Statistics, Stephanie K. Allaire, 
Gemma D. Langeway, Rita Z. Taillon. — Mayor, Michael L. Werner, Rep. — City 
Council: Councilmen, Mayor, Chm., ex-officio; Stephen O. Allaire, John P. Duffy, 
John W. Mellon, Jr., Thomas P. O'Brien, Ralph G. Papazian, Sandra S. Shaw. — 
Selectmen, Lillian E. Fiorot, Marco W. Maschietti, Edward J. Monahan. — Treas. 
and Agent of Town Deposit Fund, Walter E. Siel. — Comptroller, Theodore N. 
Hamilton. — Board of Finance, Mayor, ex-officio; Richard N. LaMothe, Chm., 
Bruce A. Cockayne, George A. Glahn, Jr., Bernard L. Hardin, Ann D. Lysaght, 
David Melenski, James J. Pryor, Michael C. Zoppo. — Tax Collector, Esmonde J. 
Phelan, Jr. — Board of Tax Review, Anthony Calbi, Chm., William H. Goodrich, 
John W. Mellon. — Board of Ethics, Patricia C. Giomblanco, Chm., Edward P. 
Lorenson, Rev. George W. Razee, Allen Rosenberg, Angelina Satta; Alternates, 
Rev. Charles E. Hulsart, Jr., Robert A. Petke, William J. Phelan, Jr. — Assessor, 
James G. Ramos; Part-time Assessors, Maurice B. Casey, Samuel J. Minella. — 
Registrars of Voters, Salvatore Micucci, Dem., Eleanore K. Klapatch, Rep. — 
Supt. of Schools, William F. Rowe. — Board of Education, Keith E. Dubay, Chm., 
A. Helen Smith, Secy., Joseph G. Tajar, 1980; Edward F. Fox, Vice Chm., Ronald 
J. Quirk, Philip H. Schmitt, 1981; Richard Guerriere, Frank M. Mola, Jr., Elsie 
Utke, 1982. — Personnel Director, Dorothy K. Lanzarotta. — Personnel Appeals 
Board, Leo E. Pelkey, Chm., Anthony Christopher, John H. Heiser, Francois 
Lemieux, Delcy Voisine. — Retirement Board, Mayor, Treas., Comptroller, ex-offi- 
cio; Robert W. Fiondella, Chm., A. Leroy Anderson, Ercole Labadia, Richard N. 
LaMothe, Sandra S. Shaw, John J. Whalen. — Planning Commission, Stanley M. 
Mattson, Chm., Beryl P. Josephson, John Lobaczewski, Paul G. Sonstrom, Daniel 
P. Sutula; Alternates, Stanley Borkowski, Michael A. Garemko, Jr., Douglas P. 
Shea. — Zoning Commission, Albert S. Careb, Chm., Harold Cleary, Robert Olan- 
der, Michael B. Rimcoski, Peter Tribuzio; Alternates, Shawn E. Collins, Nora B. 
Gleim. — Zoning Board of Appeals, George J. Kalinowski, Chm., Edward A. 
Dziob, Joseph A. Lanosa, Robert V. Millerick, John T. Morrocco; Alternates, 
William E. Kerr, Roland L. Paradise, vacancy. — Zoning Enforcement Officer, Carl 
Mike. — Economic Development Commission, Harry J. Fiorillo, Jr., Chm., Arthur 
J. Crowley, Sr., Secy., Renaud J. Albert, E. Bartlett Barnes, Peter V. Brennan, 
Edward P. Lorenson. — Redevelopment Agency, Jeremiah Murphy, Chm., Donald 
W. Barrett, Amelia B. Beardsley, Peter W. Brown, Frank DeParolis, Peter G. 
Imperator, Michael J. Komanetsky, Frank Mola, Sr., Thomas P. O'Brien, How- 



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ard T. Schmelder; Samuel J. Kasparian, Exec. Dir. — Housing Authority, Dimitry 
Komanetsky, Chm., Sabatino S. DiPietro, John B. Szydlowski, Salvatore V. Vi- 
trano, Edward F. Wozenski; Alfred T. Catucci, Exec. Dir. — Fair Housing Officer, 
Jose C. Cooney. — Conservation, Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Commission, 
Kenneth Hintz, Chm., Elizabeth M. Sinnott, Secy., Gerald L. Blethen, G. Winston 
Carter, John Czertak, Ann L. Jesup, Christopher Noble, Jr. — Commission on Ag- 
ing, seven members to be appointed. — Welfare Supt., J. Ernest Fecteau. — Director 
of Health, William E. Furniss, M.D. — Board of Health, Mayor, Chm., ex-officio; 
Lillian E. Fiorot, Edward R. Fournier, Jr., Elizabeth O. Hogan, Monica O'Brien, 
Susan S. Werner. — Library Directors, Donald R. Holstrom, Chm., Robert D. 
Chase, Daniel A. Fanelli, Harriette J. Foley, Ruth C. Goodrich, Nancy Narsis. — 
Board of Park Comrs., Mayor, Chm., ex-officio; Morris M. Laviero, Philip E. 
Leary, John J. Leone, Kathleen A. Mike, Graham Norton, Phillip E. Pirog. — 
Supt. of Parks, David G. Dickson. — Board of Public Works, Roger G. Grandbois, 
Chm., Robert J. Brophy, Thomas P. O'Brien, David V. Padlo, Edward W. Sel- 
nau. — Director of Public Works, John J. Gavin; Asst., Joseph N. Dube. — City 
Engineer, William H. Katt, Sr— Sealer of Weights and Measures, Marco W. Mas- 
chietti. — Asst. Supt. of Streets and Sanitation, Edward L. Corbeil. — Purchasing 
Agent, Kenneth W. Gordon, Sr. — Dir. of Veterans Services, Fred A. Cascone. — 
Building Official, Carl Mike. — Building Code Board of Appeals, David Butts, Alan 
I. Daninhirsch, Augustine F. Lepore Jr., Henry Michelsen, Robert W. Wentland; 
Alternate, Harry A. Herold, Jr. — Board of Water Comrs., Edward P. Wojtusik, 
Chm., Gary E. Bossak, Franklin G. Colvin, Peter DiVenere, Angelo Lapadula; 
Supt., John M. Burns; Asst. Supt., Joseph Mercieri. — Community Development 
Director, Peter V. Brennan. — Grant Administrator, M. Therese Massicotte. — 
Claims Inspector, Stephen Rybczyk. — Youth Services Coordinator, Robin 
Clark. — Youth Commission, Thomas J. Preleski, Chm., Gwendolyn M. Czertak, 
David Fortier, G. Lynn Jansen, Ann Marie LeDuc, Albert Michaud, Sandra S. 
Shaw. — Board of Public Works, Roger G. Grandbois, Chm., Robert J. Brophy, 
Thomas P. O'Brien, David V. Padlo, Edward W. Selnau. — City Sanitarian, Frank 
L. Bartucca. — Chief of Police, John F. Oliver. — Board of Police Comrs., Mayor, 
Chm., ex-officio; Edward Lodovico, Donald P. McLelland, Ralph G. Papazian, 
Henry J. Puskarz, John D. Scarritt, James Ziogas, Sr. — Constables, Gilles H. An- 
gers, Robert P. Chadeayne, Jr., Vincent DiPietro, Ruth C. Goodrich, Daniel Ric- 
cio, George K. Winters. — Chief of Fire Dept., Anthony D. Basile; Deputies, Henry 
Gaski, Frederick Ghio, John J. LaFrance, Stephen Zaremski. — Fire Marshal, 
Rene R. Lozier. — Board of Fire Comrs., Mayor, Chm., ex-officio; Carlyle F. 
Barnes, Robert P. Chadeayne, Jr., Donald Goranson, Jr., John W. Mellon, Jr., 
Frank V. O'Meara, Aaron P. Silver. — Civil Preparedness Director, Frank V. 
O'Meara. — Corporation Counsel, Edward C. Krawiecki; Assts., Ann T. Baldwin. 
Richard E. Lacey. — Justices of the Peace, Robert T. Adams, Renaud J. Albert, 
Carlyle F. Barnes, Walter A. Bartkiewicz, Frederick W. Beach, Anthony J. Bettua, 
Gerald L. Blethen, Margaret L. Bonola, Emerson D. Bouyea, Michael A. Boyko, 
Rita D. Brown, Bernard Brzozowski, Anthony Calbi, Michael E. Callahan, Albert 
S. Careb, John P. Carpenter, Steven C. Casey, Donald Cassin, Alfred T. Catucci, 
Robert D. Chase, Sondra S. Clement, Frank Cohen, Daniel J. Coneita, Carol Z. 
Constant, Gary D. Constant, Brenda A. Copeland, Ann Copjec, Joan M. Cour- 
chaine, Joseph T. Courchaine, Marianne Courchaine, Phillip R. Courchaine, June 



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K. Czarnecki, Edward A. D'Amato, Judith deBear, Ann P. Degnan, Joseph J. 
Dinielli, Lori A. DiVenere, Matthew F. DiVenere, Sr., Andre D. Dorval, Barbara 
Y. Doyle, Joseph R. Doyle, Mary Jane A. Doyle, Keith E. Dubay, John P. Duffy, 
Mary T. Dutcher, Madeline M. Eberhardt, Madelyn C. Elliott, Peter J. Engels, 
Morris V. Euley, Patti D. Ewen, Helen F. Fanelli, Carl W. Farken, Clara H. Far- 
ken, Bernard J. Fecteau, Joseph E. Fecteau, Ellen G. Finkenstein, Harry J. Fior- 
illo, Lillian E. Fiorot, Maxine R. Fippinger, John J. Fortunato, Russell Fradette, 
Debralee Frangione, Raynold R. Gagnon, Timothy J. Gamache, Halina Garbacik, 
Arthur J. Gardekas, Michael A. Garemko, Jr., Michael J. Genova, Murielle L. 
Giacomini, Nora B. Gleim, Bernard F. Grabowski, Keith D. Graham, Jr., Andrew 
R. Grande, David F. Greenleaf, Gertrude Greenleaf, Robert W. Gundersen, Ann 
A. Hale, Christina M. Hamilton, Justine F. Hamilton, Gregory H. Hartmann, 
Voncile J. Hartmann, Daniel R. Hurder, Marguerite C. Hurlbut, Thomas W. Ja- 
nek, Frank J. Johnson, Beryl P. Josephson, Carl H. Josephson, Edward W. Ka- 
czenski, Leo F. Kalat, Andrea Kapchensky, Samuel Kasparian, Robert A. Kelly, 
Eleanore K. Klapatch, Robin J. Kiapatch, Kathy A. Klosowski, Dimitry J. Koma- 
netsky, Michael Komanetsky, Peter P. Kores, Alba N. Krawiecki, Edward C. Kra- 
wiecki, Jr., James G. Krawiecki, Ercole John Labadia, Angelo D. Lapadula, Les- 
ter M. Larrabee, Nancy W. Larrabee, Faye M. Laser, Margaret M. Lauretti, 
Donald F. Leclerc, Douglas K. Leighton, Francois Lemieux, Marjolaine Lemieux, 
Donald M. LeMonnier, John J. Leone, Jr., John J. Leone, Sr., Ann M. LeVasseur, 
Nicholas A. Loconte, Phyllis L. Loconte, Edward Lodovico, Frank Longo, Ed- 
ward P. Lorenson, Ann D. Lysaght, Maurice H. Mack, Donald T. Maddox, Jeffrey 
M. Maker, William Malvetz, Paul J. Mann, Mario J. Manna, Thelma B. Mar- 
shall, Stella Martin, Marco W. Maschietti, Robert R. Maynard, Edward T. Mc- 
Phee, Jr., John W. Mellon, Jr., Laura M. Mellon, Mildred F. Michaud, Salvatore 
Micucci, Carl Mike, Joseph C. Mike, Kathleen A. Mike, Edward J. Monahan, 
John T. Morrocco, Francis W. Mullins, Jeremiah F. Murphy, Robert F. Murphy, 
Walter J. Murphy, Marjorie W. Murtha, George E. Nadeau, Gregory P. Nadeau, 
Diana L. Netti, Dominick P. Netti, Patsy A. Nocera, Dorothy H. Noel, J. Har- 
wood Norton, Jr., Thomas P. O'Brien, Guinevere E. O'Donnell, James F. 
O'Donnell, Frank V. O'Meara, Marie Jo O'Meara, Mary L. M. O'Neil, Alfred J. 
O'Reilly, Anthony Osipiak, Rene O. Paradis, Jr., Oscar W. Pease, Stanley Penci- 
kowski, Thor A. Peterson, Walter B. Peterson, Esmonde J. Phelan, Jr., Catherine 
M. Pons, Oscar Popkin, Anthony J. Potocki, Patrick P. Powers, Max Rabin, Jo- 
seph R. Riley, Terry Roach, Philip J. Robotham, Wilfred R. Rogers, Andrew B. 
Rosenberg, Rita S. Rosenberg, Vito A. Rossi, Eugene A. Sands, Douglas K. Sato, 
Candace L. Shaw, Roger L. Shaw, Janice D. Shea, Joseph A. Shelto, Jr., Nancy 
Shelto, Walter E. Siel, Anthony J. Sileo, Jean R. Sonstrom, Richard M. Spear, 
Mary M. Speranza, Phyllis E. Spooner, George C. Springer, Ernestine D. Star- 
buck, Jane M. Steadman, Angela M. Stortz, William T. Stortz, Kenneth B. Stratt- 
man, John A. Stupak, Sr., Robert E. Taylor, Alice G. Tessier, Angeline Thomas, 
Stephen B. Towne, James E. Tracy, Cecil Tucker, Anthony M. Ungaro, Dominic 
L. Valentino, Robert Vicino, Woodrow T. Violette, Marie S. Werner, Michael L. 
Werner, Sandra M. Werner, Edward W. Wojnarowski, Edward P. Wojtusik, 
Henry J. Wojtusik, Sr., Russell E. Woodruff, Gardner E. Wright, Jr., Marlene M. 
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BROOKFIELD. Fairfield County. — (Form of government, selectmen, town 
meeting, board of finance.) — Inc., May, 1788; taken from Danbury, New Milford 
and Newtown. Area, 19.8 sq. miles. Population, est., 11,500. Voting districts, 2. 
Children, 4,220. Principal industries, agriculture, lithography, manufacturing of 
connectors and R.F. components, custom built metal products to blueprints and 
specifications, machine and tool making shops and assembly of electronic equip- 
ment. Transp. — Passenger: Served by buses of the Kelley Transit Co., Inc. from 
Torrington and Danbury, and by Bonanza Bus Lines, Inc. Freight: Served by Con- 
rail and numerous motor common carriers. Post offices, Brookfield and Brookfield 
Center. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Ruth B. Burr; 
Hours, 8:30 A.M. -4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday; Address, 162 Whisconier 
Rd., Brookfield Center 06805; Tel., Danbury, 775-3087.— Asst. Clerk and Asst. 
Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Gail R. Bristol. — Selectmen, 1st, Norman E. Brown, 
Rep. (P.O., Brookfield Center, Tel., 775-2515), Malcolm R. Grant, Rep., Merrill 
L. Walrath, Dem. — Treas. and Agent of Town Deposit Fund, Raymond G. Waide- 
lich. — Board of Finance, Carl B. Bbrodenko, Chm., George R. Brown, Sr., Stanley 
A. Czarnecki, Thomas R. Hensal, Warren F. Malkin, Harold Nohe. — Tax Collec- 
tor, Theresa A. York. — Board of Tax Review, William T. Stanley, Chm., Thomas 
J. Gallagan, Samuel A. Smith. — Board of Ethics, Donald Frischmann, Chm., 
Robert Bradley, Alice Keller. — Assessor, Harold H. Schramm. — Registrars of 
Voters, Adelaide M. Marek, Dem., Marcia F. Grzech, Rep. — Supt. of Schools, 
James F. Gray. — Board of Education, David T. Bono, Konstantine W. Danigelis, 
David S. Grossman, James L. Vodra, Anneliese G. Westenhofer, 1979; John D. 
Furlong, Chm., Sandra M. Mann, 1981. — Planning Commission, Jeffrey R. Kass, 
Chm., Robert F. Austin, Richard A. Bivona, William J. Braun, Frank G. Katona; 
Alternates, William B. Fawcett, Janice K. Howard, William R. Marcy. — Zoning 
Commission, Allan Sniffen, Chm., Gerald G. Barra, William E. Schappert, Erik H. 
Vettergren, Jr., Robert H. Yacobellis; Alternates, Joseph Ingardia, Paul Liguori, 
Ann Menousek. — Zoning Board of Appeals, Robert J. Carr, Chm., Nicholas A. 
Comanda, Charles E. Keller, Josephine G. Spinella, vacancy; Alternates, Frank 
Brockett, John M. Shields, Donald Westenhofer. — Zoning Enforcement Officer, 
Victor E. Lambert. — Economic Development Commission, Richard Amorossi, 
Chm., Richard B. Blessey, Raymond Sullivan, Gerald T. Thornton, Jon Van- 
Hise. — Housing Authority, Myrna Grossman, Chm., Dennis R. Lauro, Jr., John 
Shanley, John J. Wohlever, vacancy. — Conservation Commission, Carl Denison, 
Chm., Martha Burr, Joseph Vasaturo, Sr., James R. Wohlever, three vacancies. — 
Inland Wetlands Commission, Robert L. Fink, Chm., Paul Addison, William J. 
Barney, Marie L. Benevides, Wendy S. Meehan. — Historic District Commission, 
John L. White, Chm., Elizabeth Kingsley, Linda Muller, Harold Proudfoot, Wil- 
liam L. Wakeling; Alternates, Leslie Allyn, Dwight Kahlo, Michael S. Mc- 
Cormick. — Commission on Aging, Jane P. Maxim, Chm., Anarita A. Devlin, 
James F. Gray, Charles Hopewood, Louise C. Martinelli, Bernice Reinen, Faith 
Sheehan; Leontine Rybos, Agent. — Director of Health, Harry Soletskv, M.D. — 
Library Directors, Kenneth V. Keller, Chm., James G. Ferrara, Yolanda R. Ha- 
gue, Michael A. Pawlak, Christine L. Schappert, Mary L. Schline. — Parks and 



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Recreation Commission, Anthony J. Azzarito, Chm., Dealton S. Ambler, Lucille 
A. Blessey, David C. Keefe, Joseph Macknight, Sharon Pape, Barry C. Schline; 
Collette Connolly, Dir. — Dir. of Public Works, Tree Warden, Malcolm R. 
Grant. — Building Inspector, Arthur J. Ziegler. — Municipal Board of Appeals, 
Douglas Watson, Chm., Burton A. Bugbee, Joseph Ingardia, John L. Martino, 
Donald G. Westenhofer. — Purchasing Agent, Controller, Raymond Bolek. — 
Sewer Authority, William B. Tappan, Jr., Chm.; Patricia A. Bryant, John Seri, 
Daniel Spinella, Richard Stapelberg, Michael Taptick, vacancy. — Lake Authori- 
ties, Candlewood: Albert Chadwick, Alan Gereg, John Noto; Lillinonah: Denise 
Nordlund, Norman Nordlund, vacancy — Sanitarian, Kenneth W. Casey. — Chief 
of Police, John W. Anderson. — Police Commission, J. Robert Tomlinson, Chm., 
John L. Martino, Robert C. Schullery, Harvey R. Snider, vacancy. — Chiefs of Fire 
Dept., Howard P. Hantsch (Brookfield); Lee Masten (Candlewood).— Fire Mar- 
shal, Thomas D. Murphy, Jr. — Civil Preparedness Director, Norman Ellis. — Town 
Attorney, Daniel T. Eberhard. — Justices of the Peace, James A. Blake, Curtis E. 
Bristol, Joseph A. Consalvo, Rosario R. DonFrancesco, Elizabeth M. Esandrio, 
James F. Fiddner, Margaret A. Foley, Thomas J. Gallagan, Donald D. Ginand, 
Joan A. Gould, David S. Grossman, Walter Hamburger, Arthur H. Harris, Paul- 
ine A. Henning, Carl Lemb, Joseph F. Lyttle, Phillip E. Marcille, Sr., Adelaide M. 
Marek, Peter Maxim, Thomas D. Murphy, Jr., Michael A. Pawlak, Anthony J. 
Plonski, Mary R. Rell, S. Wesley Reynolds, Mildred V. Rottenberk, John C. Seri, 
Peter J. Serio, Daniel J. Spinella, Suzanne Steward, Charles Stroup, Jr., Gerald R. 
Thornton, Anneliese Q. Vale, Maureen Van Hise, Merrill L. Walrath. 

BROOKLYN. Windham County. — (Form of government, selectmen, town 
meeting, board of finance.) — Inc., May, 1786; taken from Pomfret and Canter- 
bury. Area, 28.7 sq. miles. Population, est., 5,700. Voting districts, 2. Children, 
1,871. Principal industries, agriculture and manufacture of electrical goods. 
Transp. — Passenger: Served by buses of Bonanza Bus Lines, Inc. from Willimantic 
and Danielson, and by Greyhound. Freight: Served by numerous motor common 
carriers. Post office, Brooklyn. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Madeleine E. 
Costa; Hours, 9-12 A.M., 1-4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday; Address, Town 
Hall, P.O. Box 356, 06234; Tel., Danielson, 774-9543.— Asst. Clerk and Asst. Reg. 
of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Eileen M. Theroux; Sub. Reg., William C. Tillinghast.— 
Selectmen, 1st, Ronald Ventura, Dem. (Tel,, 774-9452), Roger Gladu, Dem., Arne 
J. Aarnio, Rep. — Treas. and Agent of Town Deposit Fund, Madeleine E. Costa. — 
Board of Finance, Hans H. Koehl, Chm., William E. Adint, Richard P. Brouillard, 
Adelard J. Dusseault, Jr., Warren J. Hayden, Herbert B. Motz. — Tax Collector, 
Carmen L. McNeill. — Board of Tax Review, Rudolph G. Suprenant, Jr., Chm., 
William K. Leoutsacos, Alex Pakulis. — Assessors, Lillian C. Pakulis, Chm., Wil- 
lard C. Eddy, Lida L. Hayden.— Registrars of Voters, 1st Dist., Viola H. Robil- 
lard, 2nd Dist., Donald J. Bernier, Dem.; 1st Dist., Lucy M. Stuyniski, 2nd Dist., 
Denise H. Bunning, Rep. — Supt. of Schools, David D. Boland. — Board of Educa- 
tion, Walter R. Kozlow, Chm., Maurice F. Bowen, John E. Gore, Jr., Carlene 
Kelleher, Mary E. Patenaude, Francis V. Tremblay, Jr., 1979. — Planning and Zon- 
ing Commission, John K. Harris, Jr., Chm., Constance A. Almada, Harold D. 



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Barnes, Leonard G. Bissonnette, Frederick C. Green, Robert J. Kelleher, William 
J. Kuchy, Gary D. Lavigne, Albert G. LeSage, Ernest E. Ouellet; Alternates, Don- 
ald S. Francis, Patricia T. Kisby, James E. Rose. — Town Planners, Brown, Donald 
and Donald. — Zoning Board of Appeals, George I. Johnson, Chm., Aubrey G. Al- 
len, Hans H. Koehl, Roger F. LaFleur, William A. Wolak; Alternates, David P. 
Bell, Charles E. Vesely, Harold A. Zipkin. — Zoning Enforcement Officer, Charles 
S. Stowell. — Housing Authority, Hugh M. MacKenzie, Chm., Patrick J. P. Evans, 
Douglas C. Leonard, Helen E. Seele, Hugh Wedegis. — Economic Development 
Commission, Gary D. Lavigne, Chm., Leonard G. Bissonnette, Marie C. Dus- 
seault, Barkley H. Goodrich, Jane M. Gore, Frederick C. Green, Dennis M. Mc- 
Donald, Paul Wheeler. — Conservation and Inland Wetlands Commission, Patricia 
T. Kisby, Chm., Robert T. Howard, Andre J. Maurice, Theodore W. Niejadlik, 
William D. Wolfburg, Harold A. Zipkin, Nancy S. Zurowski. — Historic District 
Study Committee, C. Vaughn Ferguson, Chm., Edward Almada, Edna Kunkel, 
Maurice Langevin, Hugh M. MacKenzie. — Agent for the Elderly, Tamsen H. Har- 
ris. — Library Directors, Frederick R. Kunkel, Pres. — Recreation and Parks Com- 
mission, Robert Kieltyka, Chm., William E. Adint, Maurice R. Bowen, Theresa E. 
Brouillard, James A. Warren, Earl A. Wild. — Building Inspector, Frank J. Mi- 
lardo. — Building Code Board of Appeals, William J. Kuchy, Albert G. LeSage, 
James E. Rose, George Sorel, Frederick G. Trudo. — Sewer Authority, Donald S. 
Francis, Chm., Jeffrey B. Otto, John Simonzi, Jr., John A. Weber, Harold A. 
Zipkin. — Tree Warden, Robert L. Hunter. — Chief of Police, Ronald Ventura. — 
Constables, Edward J. Almada, Leonard G. Bissonnette, Robert L. Dragon, Ver- 
non L. Oppert, John J. Zurowski. — Chiefs of Fire Dept., John Polanski, Jr.(E. 
Brooklyn), Paul D. Kisby (W. Wauregan), Jeffrey B. Otto (Mortlake) — Fire Mar- 
shal, Paul D. Kisby— Board of Fire Comrs., R'. Hartley Field, Chm.. Phillip A. 
Comtois, Herbert B. Motz, Donald M. Surprenant. — Civil Preparedness Director, 
Robert N. Bourque. — Town Attorney, Thomas E. Dupont (P.O., Danielson). — 
Justices of the Peace, Arne J. Aarnio, Lois A. Baker, Denise H. Bunning. Marie C. 
Dusseault, Robert Engle, John K. Harris, Jr., Robert Kieltyka, William K. Leout- 
sacos, Cecile Robillard, Dan G. Ross, Rudolph G. Suprenant, Jr., William A. 
Wolak. 

Bl RLINGTON. Hartford County. — (Form of government, selectmen, town 
meeting, board of finance.) — Inc., May, 1806; taken from Bristol. Area, 30.6 sq. 
miles. Population, est., 5,000. Voting districts, 2. Children, 1,947. Principal indus- 
try, agriculture. Transp. — Freight: Served by numerous motor common carriers. 
Post office, Burlington. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs Clara N Ham- 
ernick; Hours, 9 A.M. -3:30 P.M., Mondav through Fridav; Address, Rte. 4. 
R.F.D. 1,06013; Tel., Farmington, 673-2108.— Asst. Clerk and Asst. Reg. of Vital 
Statistics, Mrs. Barbara P. Reeve. — Selectmen, 1st, Clarence G. Spielman, Rep. 
(Tel., 673-2108), Herbert F. Weaver, Rep., Theodore C. Scheidel, Dem — Treas. 
and Agent of Town Deposit Fund, A. Gertrude Simmons. — Board of Finance, 
James B. Mullen. Sr., Chm., Frederick J. Chard, Malcolm V. Fields. Howard B. 
Hinman, Morris B. Hogan, William P. Tomaney. — Tax Collector, Frances L. 
Reeve. — Board of Tax Review, Raymond A. Goshdigian, Chm.. Charles E 



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Thomas, vacancy. — Assessors, Cecil B. Turton, Chm., Grace M. Piatt, Oscar E. 
Zabel. — Registrars of Voters, Lois P. Humphrey, Dem., Lena R. Spielman, 
Rep. — Supt. of Schools, Gerald F. LeBlanc. — Planning and Zoning Commission, 
Edward F. Reuber, Chm., Paul R. Coleman, Richard E. Conopask, John J. Dun- 
ham, Nancy A. Jewett, Peter W. VanStratum, George A. Zurles; Alternates, 
Kathleen G. Anderson, David E. Kusiak. — Zoning Board of Appeals, Carlos E. 
Mason, Chm., David M. Drew, Raymond E. Gustafson, Donald H. McCallum, 
Theodore J. Plawecki; Alternates, David Austin, Arthur E. Bauer, James L. 
Reeve. — Economic Development Commission, John C. McLaughlin, Chm., Frank 
J. Casa, John W. Griessmayer, Robert G. Johnson, Linnea B. Lomnicky, Edward 
J. Muzynski, Dennis T. Szydlo. — Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Commission, 
Kenneth P. Bird, Albert E. Brunoli, Richard C. Fetzer, Theodore M. Horwath, 
Marion A. LaPlante, W. John Moore, Edward F. Reuber, Thomas J. Turick. — 
Director of Social Services, Clarence G. Spielman. — Director of Health, William 
E. Furniss, M.D. (P.O., Bristol).— Library Directors, Robert H. O'Neill, Jr., 
Chm., Shirley E. Bendza, Beryl M. Chard, Katherine C. Gilchrist, Leslie S. Ko- 
hoskie, Elizabeth Lowrey, Janet S. Muzynski, Elizabeth H. Nybakken, Esther N. 
Petersen. — Recreation Commission, Linda S. Ventres, Chm., John M. Bonaguide, 
Leslie R. Dziedzic, Walter S. Fisher, Eileen Gombos, Brian K. Hamernick, Rich- 
ard C. Lampher, Charles Oakley III. — Tree Warden, Rudolph A. Bodamer. — 
Building Inspector, Albert P. Stanley. — Building Code Board of Appeals, Albert E. 
Brunoli, Chm., Frederick J. Chard, Jr., William M. Coyle, Theodore M. Horwath, 
John R. Lickwar. — Sewer Commission, Gerald H. Mullen, Chm., Richard W. 
Tracy, Vice Chm., James R. Jewett, Henry Przybysz. — Water System, Rudolph A. 
Bodamer. — Chief of Police, Clarence G. Spielman. — Constables, Paul H. Ar- 
chambault, Peter S. Fernald, James R. Jewett, Orrin H. Piatt, Kenneth R. Soden, 
Albert S. Wilusz. — Chief of Fire Dept., Fire Marshal, Richard M. Kellert; Deputy, 
Albert P. Stanley. — Civil Preparedness Director, Raymond G. Smith. — Town At- 
torney, W. Robert Hartigan (P.O., Hartford). — Justices of the Peace, Donald J. 
Dziedzic, Clara N. Hamernick, James B. Mullen, Clarence J. Murdock, Paul R. 
Petersen, Thomas J. Quirk, James L. Reeve, James D. Roberge, Henry V. Szydlo, 
Oscar E. Zabel. 

CANAAN. Litchfield County. — (Form of government, selectmen, town meet- 
ing, board of finance.) — Inc., Oct., 1739. Area, 33.4 sq. miles. Population, est., 
1,100. Voting district, 1. Children, 289. Principal industries, agriculture and manu- 
facture of lime and limestone. Freight: Served by numerous motor common car- 
riers. Post office, Falls Village. Rural free delivery, daily. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Lucille E. Mar- 
ston; Hours, 9 A.M.- 1 P.M., 2-4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday; 10 A.M.-12 
noon, Saturday; Address, Town Hall, Main St., Falls Village 06031; Tel., 824- 
7931. — Asst. Clerks, Mrs. Karen A. Surdam, Mrs. Mary M. Wright. — Selectmen, 
1st, David G. Domeier, Rep. (P.O., Falls Village, Tel., 824-7931), Miles L. Blod- 
gett, Rep., Lawrence J. McCabe, Dem. — Treas. and Agent of Town Deposit Fund, 
Karen A. Surdam. — Board of Finance, Charles J. Seewald, Chm., Kenneth Bierce, 
Faye H. Lawson, Curt Mechare, Thomas J. Monahan, Jr., Alfred Passini. — Tax 
Collector, Mary M. Wright. — Board of Tax Review, John DuBois, Chm., Roland 



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H. Chinatti, Mathew J. Currie. — Assessors, Charles E. Wakefield, Chm., Arthur 
D. Stein, Sr., Adelaide Vogt. — Registrars of Voters, James P. McGuire, Dem., 
Laura W. Atwood, Rep. — Supt. of Schools, James Erviti. — Board of Education, 
Catherine B. Osborn, Chm., Deekron Martin, Patricia A. Mechare, Lynn A. 
Staats, 1979; Elizabeth Tyburski, 1981. — Planning and Zoning Commission, Ed- 
mund H. Dean, Chm., Myron R. Cothern, John W. Farr, Berkley W. Kelsey, 
Patricia A. Mechare, Charles Staats, Pamela Vogel; Alternates, Richard Conso- 
lini, Richard Kubarek, David Parmelee. — Zoning Board of Appeals, Grover C. 
Atwood, Chm., Kenneth Bierce, John Diehl, David Shaffer, Eugene Wright; Alter- 
nates, Barbara Bornemann, William Dickinson, Thomas F. Presson. — Zoning En- 
forcement Officer, Peter Bickford. — Conservation and Inland Wetlands Commis- 
sion, H. Lincoln Foster, Chm., Margaret Bowes, Milton Hunter, Mary Lu 
Sinclair, Theodor Swanson. — Agent on Aging, Marion L. Stock. — Director of 
Health, Carl Bornemann, M.D. (P.O., Falls Village). — Library Directors, Mar- 
garet Bowes, David Campbell, Diane Consolini, Judith Domeier, Margaret Flynn, 
Melva Gutzman, Karen Shaffer, Ellery Sinclair, Edward Woolford. — Recreation 
Commission, Joan Manasse, Chm., Barry Greenwood, Judith Hanes, Paul John- 
son, Edward McGuire, James McGuire, William Surdam. — Tree Warden, Berkley 
W. Kelsey. — Building Inspector, William Conrad. — Building Code Board of Ap- 
peals, James H. Blodgett, Chm. — Water Commission, William Blass, Chm., Ruth 
H. Brothers, Laura Graham. — Sanitarian, Joseph Pinkham. — Chief of Police, 
David G. Domeier. — Chief of Fire Dept., John Kroehle; Deputy, Edward Mc- 
Guire. — Fire Marshal, Frederick Palmer. — Board of Fire Comrs., Eugene E. 
Kircher, Chm., Nancy Jacobs, Edward McGuire, Faye Parmalee, Elizabeth Ty- 
burski. — Civil Preparedness Director, Noel Ambery. — Town Attorney, Edward W. 
Manasse. — Justices of the Peace, Miles L. Blodgett, Roland H. Chinatti, John B. 
DuBois, Carole K. McGuire, James P. McGuire, Elizabeth Tyburski, Charles E. 
Wakefield. 

CANTERBURY. Windham County. — (Form of government, selectmen, town 
meeting, board of finance.) — Inc., Oct., 1703; taken from Plainfield. Area, 40.0 sq. 
miles. Population, est., 3,300. Voting district, 1. Children, 1,195. Principal indus- 
tries, agriculture and dairy products. Transp. — Freight: Served by Providence & 
Worcester Railroad Co. and numerous motor common carriers. Post office, Can- 
terbury. Rural free delivery from Canterbury. Voted Grocery Store Beer Permit, 
1971. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Marguerite 
Simpson; Hours, 9:30 A.M. -4 P.M., Monday through Friday; Address, Dr. Helen 
Baldwin School, Rte. 14, P.O. Box 27, 06331; Tel., 546-9377.— Asst. Clerk and 
Asst. Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Marilyn E. Burris — Selectmen, 1st, David G 
Ginnetti, Rep. (Tel., 546-9693), Anthony Botti, Rep., Franklyn A. Robbins, 
Dem. — Treas. and Agent of Town Deposit Fund, Beverly Savarese. — Board of Fi- 
nance, Martin Alliod, Chm., Lyman Brainard, Viola I. Dean, Esko Laisi, Charles 
H. Moffitt, Jr., John Waskiewicz. — Tax Collector, Marguerite Simpson. — Board 
of Tax Review, John E. Ellston, Chm., Charles Simpson, Grover C. Swan, Sr. — 
Assessors, Charles H. Savarese, Sr., Chm., Edmond L. Bessette, Marilyn E. Bur- 
ns. — Registrars of Voters, Joann C. Pike, Dem., Joseph G. Ladzinski, Rep. — Supt. 



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of Schools, James Gallow. — Board of Education, S. Elizabeth Brown, Lillian S. 
Gruenberg, Carol A. Robbins, P. Bradford Smith, 1979; Judy V. Frederick, Otto 
H. Roberts, Joyce C. Yaworski, 1981. — Planning and Zoning Commission, Wil- 
liam F. Tyler, Chm., Fred Ayers, David S. Belden, Rhoda S. Buntz, Angelo De- 
Gray, John S. Nelson, Jr., Edward Vaclavik, Jeanette D. White, Maxwell Wibber- 
ley. — Zoning Board of Appeals, Reino E. Horstmeyer, Chm., Donald D. Bryant, 
Robert A. Demers, John Kivela, Charles H. Moffitt, Jr.; Alternates, Esther F. 
Kivic, Joseph Ladzinski, John Waskiewicz. — Zoning Enforcement Officer, Ralph 
Leupold. — Inland Wetlands Commission, James Davis, Chm., Robert Carlson, 
David McKinley, Harold Phillips, Joseph Shiman, P. Bradford Smith, Anthony 
Ulasik; Enforcement Officer, Fred Blaney. — Committee on the Needs of the Aging, 
Amanda Amundsen, Chm., Ann Bandazian, William Cooke, Mary Lou Fitch, 
Patricia Goyctte, Charles Savarese, Sr., Charles Simpson, Frances Vaclavik, Je- 
anette White; Ellen Chalfant, Agent. — Recreation Commission, George Bazinet, 
Wayne Cadrain, Angelo Franco, Gloria Scharlack, Andrew Semancik, Christo- 
pher Smythe. — Building Inspector, Joseph Bellavance. — Chief of Police, David G. 
Ginnetti. — Constables, Susan B. Anthony, Raymond F. Brehant, Jr., Alfred A. 
Coderre, John S. Nelson, Jr., Ronald L. St. Onge, Robert L. Somers, Grover C. 
Swan, Sr. — Chief of Fire Dept., Luther Thurlow. — Fire Marshal, Fred Blaney. — 
Civil Preparedness Agency, Fred Blaney, David Veit, John Waskiewicz. — Town 
Attorney, Geurson D. Silverberg. — Justices of the Peace, Marilyn E. Burris, Aili 
H. Galasyn, Lydia Greenstein, Arthur E. LeBeau, Roy W. Rautio, Alexander J. 
Risavich, Jr., Franklyn A. Robbins, Mary A. Rudyk, Linwood P. Tracy, Hilda 
Veit. 

CANTON. Hartford County. — (Form of government, selectmen, town meet- 
ing, board of finance.) — Inc., May, 1806; taken from Simsbury. Area, 25.0 sq. 
miles. Population, est., 7,600. Voting district, 1. Children, 2,494. Principal indus- 
tries, manufacture of chemicals, wrought iron and brass. Transp. — Passenger: 
Served by buses of the Arrow Line, Inc. from Hartford. Freight: Served by numer- 
ous motor common carriers. Post offices, CollinsviHe, Canton, Canton Center and 
North Canton. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Barbara Barlow; 
Hours, 8:30 A.M.-4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday; Address, 4 Market St., 
CollinsviHe 06022; Tel., 693-41 12.— Asst. Clerk and Asst. Reg. of Vital Statistics, 
Mrs. Shirley C. Krompegal. — Selectmen, 1st, Raynald E. Bergeron, Dem. (P.O., 
CollinsviHe, Tel., 693-4093), Richard H. Young, Dem., William F. Murphy, 
Rep. — Treas. and Agent of Town Deposit Fund, Gordon H. Bezanson, Jr. — Board 
of Finance, George W. Thimot, Jr., Chm., Anthony R. Almassy, John H. Burns, B. 
Dante D'Addeo, Robert D. Hart, Samuel S. Humphrey. — Tax Collector, Jane C. 
Raftery. — Board of Tax Review, Manuel Cohen, David W. Maclntyre, Mark S. 
Steier.— Assessors, Walter S. Baker, Chm., Dean I. Moulton, Gretchen V. Swi- 
bold. — Registrars of Voters, James M. Keane, Dem., Carl F. Svenson, Jr., Rep. — 
Supt. of Schools, C. Frederick Kelley. — Board of Education, Catherine DeSimas, 
Chm., Norman E. Henschke, Lois M. McDonald, 1979; Thomas Linder, Jr., Gior- 
gio A. Pinton, Wesley M. Vandcrvliet, 1981; Arthur E. Fournier, Jr., Edward J. 
Raftery, Richard C. Sanger, 1983. — Zoning Commission, Peter M. Thein, Chm., 



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Kenneth Bristol, Francis J. Kubik, Alfred S. Moses, Jr., Christopher Winsor; Al- 
ternates, William Bissell, Lawrence English. — Planning Commission, Louis J. Co- 
lavecchio, Chm., Peter A. Dwan, Frank Mairano, Carol Riley, Richard Swebold; 
Alternates, Peter Calnen, James M. Schert, Edward O. Theede. — Town Planners, 
Brown, Donald and Donald. — Zoning Board of Appeals, Arthur P. McGowan, 
Chm., Mark Goedecke, Karen V. Richards, John Schott, Robert Sigman; Alter- 
nates, Richard Daly, Victor Young. — Economic Development Commission, Felix 
DeFronzo, Jr., Chm., Norman Barger, James F. Cox, Kenneth Daynard, Roy W. 
Fox, John R. Hewitt, Eugene Niel, Harold Taylor. — Housing Authority, Donald S. 
Lucas, Chm., Francelia N. Crittenden, David A. Fisher, Jr., Norman Southergill, 
Joan Stefanik; Alternates, Roger Clarke, vacancy. — Conservation Commission, 
Henry T. Griffin, George Murtha, Dean Porterfield, Arthur W. Shippee, William 
Stoddard, Jr., Anthony Van Weerhooven. — Inland Wetlands Commission, Thomas 
E. Johnson, Chm., Richard A. Kaponka, S. Nicholas Kusmik, Druscilla L. Mc- 
Neil, Frederick Swan. — Historic District Commission, Samuel S. Humphrey, 
Chm., David Johnson, Suzanne Laviana, Archie W. Paine, Sr., Anne 
Prud'homme; Alternates, Charlotte G. Craig, Norton Downs, Charles Hilde- 
brand. — Commission on Aging, Elinor Bissell, Chm. and Agent; Marie Drapeau, 
Florence Paine, Phllis Porritt, John Tuomala; Alternates, Alice W. Mattern, Ar- 
chie W. Paine. — Directors of Social Services, Joan Reiskin, Carol Wittmer. — Di- 
rector of Health, Richard H. Matheny, Jr. (P.O., Collinsville).— Mental Health 
Commission, Georgina Lucas, Chm., Cheryl Burns, Edward N. Diters, M.D., Rob- 
ert Ferguson, Jr., Patricia Inglis, Lawrence Marostica, Florence Solomon. — Li- 
brary Directors, Robert D. Hart, Chm., B. Dante D'Addeo, Charles Danzoll, Rob- 
ert Gillespie, Jane Hoben, Paul Kingston, Margaret Perry, Joan Travers, Richard 
H. Young. — Parks and Recreation Commission, Joanne Grace, Chm., Joan Bahre, 
Charles Hildebrand, Thomas R. Streett, Jr., Clifford A. Vaudreuil. — Pension 
Commission, Wilbur Thomas, Chm., Ralph M. Kilburn, Thomas Linder, Jr., J. 
Richard Miner, John Solomon. — Director of Recreation, Ruth Small. — Supt. of 
Streets, Wayne Bristol. — Tree Warden, Dennis Lassen. — Town Engineer, Donald 
R. Kmon. — Building Inspector, Victor G. Giuca. — Building Code Board of Ap- 
peals, Christopher Winsor, Chm., Thomas E. Johnson, L. Lawton Miner, Russell 
J. Richardson, Jr., Charles Whitney. — Sewer Commission, Roy H. Olson, Chm., 
Edgar Carpenter, Edward Herbert, Michael Malsick, Jr., R. Neil Wenthe. — Sani- 
tarian, David Knauf. — Chief of Police, Charles J. Keefe, Jr. — Police Commission, 
William M. Baer, Chm., George G. Gentile, Richard G. Huntley. — Constables, 
Joseph M. Lesieur, Edwin F. Ripley. — Chiefs of Fire Dept., Gordon Harmon, 
Howard L. Johnson, Paul Volovski. — Fire Marshal, William S. Grace. — Board of 
Fire Comrs., Grantland Gillette, Gordon Harmon, Howard L. Johnson, Thomas 
Johnson, Joseph Mihaly, Paul Volovski. — Civil Preparedness Director, Peter M. 
Thein. — Town Attorneys, Day, Berry & Howard (P.O., Hartford). — Justices of the 
Peace, Barbara S. Backman, Raynald E. Bergeron, Margaret P. Colavecchio, 
Robert G. Gillespie, Samuel S. Humphrey, Giorgio A. Pinton, Mark S. Steier, 
John Tuomala. 

CHAPLIN. Windham County. — (Form of government, selectmen, town 
meeting, board of finance.) — Inc., May, 1822; taken from Windham, Mansfield 
and Hampton. Area, 19.8 sq. miles. Population, est., 1,700. Voting district, 1. Chil- 



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dren, 582. Principal industry, agriculture. Post office, Chaplin. Rural free delivery 
for part of the town from Chaplin, North Windham and Mansfield Center post 
offices. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Bernard M. Church; 
Hours, 9-12 A.M., 2-4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday; Address, Town Hall, 
Rte. 198, 06235; Tel., Willimantic, 455-9455.— Asst. Clerk and Asst. Reg. of Vital 
Statistics, Mrs. Evelyn H. Morelli. — Selectmen, 1st, Earle E. Belek, Rep. (Tel., 
455-9333), Richard Nodden, Rep., Mark C. Hauslaib, Dem .— Treas. and Agent of 
Town Deposit Fund, Bernard M. Church. — Board of Finance, Rudolph Nadile, 
Chm., Phyllis E. Garrison, Raymond J. Helmer, Sylvester J. Ploufe, William H. 
Rose III, Durant J. Thompson, Jr. — Tax Collector, Charlotte B. Shead. — Board 
of Tax Review, Edward M. Crawford, Chm., Bert D. Gunn, Donald N. Lizee. — 
Assessor, Herbert T. Braasch. — Registrars of Voters, Tina Burgett-Leutner, Dem., 
Joan E. Gerdsen, Rep. — Supt. of Schools, Vaughn I. Clapp. — Board of Education, 
Maureen F. Healy, Terrance M. Martin, William E. Philbrick, Anastasia B. Reyn- 
olds, 1979; Judith Grenier, Chm., Alice E. Heist, Timothy Sashok, 1981.— Plan- 
ning and Zoning Commission, Frank W. Postemski, Jr., Chm., Dale Grenier, Paul 
M. Lucas, Harry Naumec, Robert B. Northrop, John F. Reynolds, Kimberly 
Sprague; Alternates, Raymond J. Helmer, Helen B. Newcombe, vacancy. — Zon- 
ing Board of Appeals, Victor N. Boomer, Chm., Steven Chuk, Marvin R. Cox, 
Gerard Desruisseaux, Grace V. DeVries; Alternates, Roland L. Powe, Steven J. 
Smith, vacancy. — Zoning Enforcement Officer, Nino Martucci. — Historic District 
Commission, Leslie P. Ricklin, Chm., Cynthia Adams, Steven Chuk, Neil Muck- 
enhoupt, Robert B. Northrop; Alternates, Dorothy Shipton, Steven J. Smith. — 
Agent for the Elderly, Gertrude I. Linkkila. — Welfare Director, Evelyn H. Mo- 
relli. — Director of Health, Bruce R. Valentine, M.D. (P.O., Abington). — Library 
Directors, Patricia A. Dubos, Chm., Anna H. Beebe, Elsa C. Burton, Ruth Can- 
field, Ruth M. Harris, Geraldine A. Helmer, Rita A. Linkkila, Elizabeth T. Rick- 
lin, Patricia A. Schlehofer. — Recreation Commission, June H. Crawford, Chm., 
Kathleen S. Chamberland, Anita J. Gamache, Ann S. Johnson, Wayne A. Lucas, 
Dominick Menditto, Antone C. Siggins. — Building Code Board of Appeals, Hallas 
H. Ridgeway, Chm., George A. Colburn, Milton Guay, Kent A. Healy, Donald F. 
Hiltgen. — Tree Warden, Lawrence H. Barber. — Sanitarian, Harley H. Em- 
mons. — Chief of Police, Earle E. Belek. — Constables, William D. Garrison, Rod- 
erick K. Nichols, Jr., John F. Reynolds, Donald A. Sargent, Jr., Shirley L. Wright, 
Theodore G. Wright, vacancy. — Chief of Fire Dept., Robert E. Dubos; Deputy, 
Walter Zlotnick. — Fire Marshal, Francis E. Wade. — Civil Preparedness Director, 
Donald N. Lizee. — Town Attorney, Herbert A. Lane (P.O., Willimantic). — Jus- 
tices of the Peace, Victor N. Boomer, Mary Bousa, Jeannine Garrison, Phyllis E. 
Garrison, Roger D. Golden, Shirley P. Guay, Bert D. Gunn, George H. Hamlin, 
Mark C. Hauslaib, Maurice J. Heon, Donald F. Hiltgen, Donald N. Lizee, Harry 
Naumec, Kenneth Powchak, Marion R. Putzel, John F. Reynolds. 

CHESHIRE. New Haven County. — (Form of government, town manager, 
town council.) — Inc., May, 1780; taken from Wallingford. Area, 33.0 sq. miles. 
Population, est., 22,100. Voting districts, 4. Children, 7,430. Principal industries, 
agriculture and manufacture of brass goods and heavy machinery. Transp. — Pas- 



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senger: Served by buses of Conn. Transit from New Haven and Waterbury. 
Freight: Served by Conrail and numerous motor common carriers. Post office, 
Cheshire. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Warren E. Hall; 
Hours, 8:30 A.M. -4 P.M., Monday through Friday; Address, Town Hall, 84 South 
Main St., 06410; Tel., 272-2293— Asst. Clerks and Asst. Regs, of Vital Statistics, 
Mrs. Mae R. Tabor, Mrs. Jill H. Bournival. — Town Manager, Richard S. Borden, 
Jr. — Town Council, Burton M. Guilford, Chm., John M. Bishop, H. Maxwell 
Burry, Jack R. Foster, Fred A. Mauger, Selina H. McArdle, James J. McKenney, 
Frank J. Papandrea, David O. Thorp. — Treas. and Agent of Town Deposit Fund, C. 
Joseph Butera. — Tax Collector, Donald E. Holley. — Board of Tax Review, John E. 
Nettleton, Chm., Robert J. Burns, Jonathan L. Leach. — Assessor, Donald P. 
Evarts. — Registrars of Voters, Marie S. Johnson, Dem., Jennie F. Grizmala, 
Rep. — Supt. of Schools, Stephen August. — Board of Education, Dorothy M. Can- 
tor, Theodore C. Kraus, Lewis M. Lagervall, Richard M. Miller, 1979; James M. 
McArdle, Chm., Thomas W. Hackett, John F. Milton, 1981. — Planning and Zon- 
ing Commission, Emma M. Pelz, Chm., Stuart J. Beck, John V. Bonnell, Robert T. 
Bown, William F. Broer, Philip J. Byrne, III, Thomas B. Condon, Mary Lou 
Crane, Kenneth R. Tripp. — Town Planner, Richard A. Pfurr. — Zoning Board of 
Appeals, T. Ronald Butler, Chm., John D. Crimmins, Kenneth E. Engkvist, Wil- 
liam A. Owczarski, Karen L. Smith; Alternates, John W. Birkenberger, Eleanor 
A. Fennelly, vacancy. — Zoning Enforcement Officer, Kenneth Wieland. — Eco- 
nomic Development Commission, Robert Hamilton, Chm., Robert F. Fiorino, 
Theodore Konstantino, Thomas Lonardo, Waldo M. McKee. — Housing Author- 
ity, Dolores V. Sivori, Chm., John Jakabauski, John Keough, Ernest F. Rumberg, 
Raymond F. Voelker. — Inland Wetlands Commission, Jack M. Pasquale, Chm., 
William S. Cowell, John Dennis, Charles W. Dimmick, James A. Fazzone, Linda 
Hershman, Fred W. Johnston. — Environmental Commission, Eugene C. Lewis, 
Chm., Stephen M. Ezer, Raymond F. Gauthier, Sharon Huxley, Robert K. Niles, 
Donald W. Smith II, Kenneth C. Stevens, Jr.— Safety Committee, Edward Stubbs, 
Chm., Susan Del Grego, Richard Dawson, William Ferguson, Beatrice Fiorino, 
Sheila Kelly, Kathleen Martin, Ana T. Scott. — Town and Police Retirement Board, 
Alan J. Craig, Chm., Carmen Civitello, Kenneth Irish, Charles F. Lautz, Edward 
Saad. — Committee on Aging, Frank L. Washburn, Chm., Sheldon F. Dill, Jr., Wil- 
liam E. Dwyer, Barbara Gessert, Carol L. Hamilton, Sheila Lacourciere, Dorothy 
Lassen, Grace L. Mauger. — Agent for the Elderly, vacancy. — Director of Health, 
William Quinn, M.D.— Library Board, Virginia A. Gay, Chm., William C. Eich- 
mann, Bernhardt W. Erk, Jr., Marion Isakson, Daryl Marty. — Parks and Recrea- 
tion Commission, John Murphy, Chm., Richard W. Conrad, Joan M. Denney. 
Robert W. Ford, Wilson Grime, Joseph Hamed, Walter Maiser; Richard Bartlem, 
Dir. — Director of Youth Services, Robert Bohannon. — Director of Public Works, 
Ronald K. Kennedy, Asst. Dir., Raymond V. O'Connor. — Town Engineer, Ronald 
K. Kennedy. — Building Inspector, John Bozzuto. — Building Code Board of Ap- 
peals, John Bates, Chm., Patrick Euley, Fred Flessa, Henry Lemieux, James 
Welch. — Sewer Commission, Raymond F. Bahr, Jr., Chm., Neil Goodrich, Roger 
S. Hanna, Thomas S. Juros, Ronald Nemeyer, Kenneth E. Neumann, David Stew- 
art. — Chief of Police, Richard J. Sartor; Deputy, Vincent Maddaloni. — Consta- 



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bles, John L. Campbell, Michael J. Logue, George A. Soerters, William Verner. — 
Public Building Commission, Julian Abele, Chm., Donald Baillie, Phillip Gaetano, 
Elwood R. Horwinski, Robert Larkin, John Malik, Thomas J. Staley. — Chief of 
Fire Dept., Richard M. Tice, Jr.; Deputy, Douglas A. Yocher. — Fire Marshal, 
James E. Doherty. — Civil Preparedness Director, Elwood R. Horwinski. — Town 
Attorney, John K. Knott, Jr. — Justices of the Peace, Carol S. Condon, Amanda D. 
Johnston, Margaret M. Synnott. 

CHESTER. Middlesex County. — (Form of government, selectmen, town 
meeting, board of finance.) — Inc., May, 1836; taken from Saybrook, now Deep 
River. Area, 15.9 sq. miles. Population, est., 3,400. Voting district, 1. Children, 
900. Principal industries, knitting needles, wire goods, electronic teaching equip- 
ment and metal goods manufacturing. Transp. — Passenger and Freight: Chester 
Airport and numerous motor common carriers. Post office, Chester. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Elsie L. Tarpill; 
Hours, 9-12 A.M., 1-4 P.M., Monday through Friday; Address, Town Office 
Bldg., 65 Main St., 06412; Tel., Deep River, 526-2796.— Asst. Clerk and Asst. Reg. 
of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Barbara L. Savard. — Selectmen, 1st, Robert J. Blair, Rep. 
(Tel., 526-5272), Frank N. Ferrari, Rep., Paul E. D'Orio, Dem. — Treas. and Agent 
of Town Deposit Fund, Elizabeth A. Lucie. — Board of Finance, Stephen B. Spires, 
Chm., Pauline Everett, Charles J. Hoblin, David Kryszat, John R. McLain, Frank 
Straub; Alternates, three vacancies. — Tax Collector, Dorothy B. Davies. — Board 
of Tax Review, Bruce H. Watrous, Chm., Richard H. Bickford, Dudley W. Clark, 
Jr. — Assessors, David L. Joslow, Chm., William J. Hamel, Evelyn A. Schneider. — 
Registrars of Voters, Joseph Friend, Dem., John M. Stapleford, Rep. — Supt. of 
Schools, Alice Duckworth. — Board of Education, Dawn C. Burr, Thomas W. Eng- 
lish, Joel G. Jacobson, 1979; Joyce T. Reisner, Chm., Jill O. Gladding, Frank M. 
Hubbard, 1981; David C. Allen, Sue A. Morrell, Martin S. Nadel, 1983.— Plan- 
ning and Zoning Commission, Elizabeth Perreault, Chm., Frances Bertelli, William 
C. Cook, Susan Jacobson, Kenneth Kellaher, Karl Mordhorst, Frank Santoro, 
Richard Schenk, Betty Zanardi; Alternates, Agnes Benson, Donald T. Massey, 
vacancy. — Zoning Board of Appeals, Wayne L. Rathbun, Chm., Jesse Lanzi, Mat- 
thew T. Lavezzoli, Bruce E. Rayner, George F. Watrous; Alternates, Robert P. 
Klomp, Jeanne Simmons, vacancy. — Zoning Enforcement Officer, Winifred Ol- 
son. — Municipal Economic Development Commission, David L. Joslow, Chm., 
John P. Bongiovanni, Joel G. Jacobson, Roycroft A. Monte, W. Ridgely 
O'Sullivan, Edward F. Pinn, Sisto D. Radicchi, Joel P. Severance, Arnold H. Wa- 
trous, John H. Zanardi. — Conservation Commission, Michael Prisloe, Chm., Mar- 
ian L. Bairstow, Darlene Berman, Diane O. Brooks, Francis Emigh, Edward J. 
Grzybowski, Jr., Teresa C. Schreiber. — Agent for the Elderly, Agatha Smith. — 
Director of Social Services, Patricia R. Church. — Director of Health, Arnold Ber- 
man, M.D. — Library Directors, Christopher D. Stallard, Chm., Frances M. Ber- 
telli, Jesse M. Lanzi, Mary K. Meglin, Eleanor B. Stapleford, Lois E. Wickson. — 
Parks and Recreation Commission, Frank Halloran, Chm., Thomas Archambault, 
Sarah Mason, Patricia Parker, Harvey E. Redak, Judy L. Roschko, Charles E. 
Vincelette. — Building Inspector, Thomas Lombard. — Municipal Sewerage Com- 
mission, Vincent A. Jermainne, Rudolph Netsch, Jr., vacancy. — Tree Warden, 



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Robert Perreault. — Chief of Police, Robert J. Blair. — Constables, Arnold Benson, 
Alan Carlson, John Coole, Stuart Creighton, Gary Deren, Robert Perreault, Bruce 
R. Rathbun, Newell Sage. — Chief of Fire Dept., John A. Trabucchi; Deputy, Ed- 
ward Grzybowski, Jr. — Fire Marshal, Civil Preparedness Director, James L. 
Grote. — Board of Fire Comrs., Robert J. Blair, dim., James L. Grote, Stuart S. 
Joslyn, D. Leonard Lieberman, Jr., John A. Trabucchi. — Town Attorney, James 
D. Reardon (P.O., Old Saybrook). — Justices of the Peace, David H. M. Andersen, 
Frank J. Carr, Howard L. Crook, Edmund T. Delaney, Robert F. Eagan, Joseph 
Friend, Susan Harland, Stuart S. Joslyn, Marie A. Laing, George F. Watrous. 

CLINTON. Middlesex County. — (Form of government, selectmen, town 
meeting, board of finance.) — Inc., May, 1838; taken from Killingworth. Area, 17.2 
sq. miles. Population, est., 11,200. Voting districts, 2. Children, 4,364. Principal 
industries, agriculture, fishing, and the manufacture of face creams, toilet prepara- 
tions, facial tissues, plastics, wire and small boat building. Transp. — Passenger: 
Served by buses of Conn. Transit and Shoreline Service from New Haven. Freight: 
Served by Conrail and numerous motor common carriers. Post office, Clinton. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Theodore P. Moser; 
Hours, 9-12 A.M., 1-4 P.M., Monday through Friday; Address, Town Hall, 54 
East Main St., P.O. Box 174, 06413; Tel., 669-9101.— Asst. Clerks and Asst. Regs, 
of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Gertrude T. Dahlberg, Mrs. Beatrice P. Moser. — Select- 
men, 1st, Daniel A. Vece, Jr., Dem. (Tel., 669-9090), Miguel A. Escalera, Dem., 
John N. Wolfe, Rep. — Treas. and Agent of Town Deposit Fund, Frederick Knous; 
Asst., Mrs. Barbara A. Jensen. — Board of Finance, Hubert J. Adams, Jr., Chm., 
Vincent J. Lupone, T. Robert McCarron, James M. McCusker, Jr., Margery C. 
Scully, Robert Walker. — Tax Collector, John V. Bruen. — Board of Tax Review, 
Elaine M. Replogle, Chm., James A. Beardsley, Patricia Cook. — Assessor, Edythe 
B. McKinlay. — Registrars of Voters, Diane L. Shepard, Dem., Virginia D. Zawoy, 
Rep. — Supt. of Schools, Lewin G. Joel, Jr. — Board of Education, Alice C. Crosby, 
Janet M. Reynolds, Howard S. Sharpies, Jr., 1979; John J. Petrosky, Jr., Chm., 
Edith Nye MacMullen, Louis Pontillo, vacancy, 1981. — Planning and Zoning 
Commission, John L. Neri, Chm., Cecilia V. Althouse, Joseph P. Carpentiere, 
Lawrence J. Cook, Thomas A. Davies, Ronald M. Joanis, Stuart L. Johnston, 
Robert J. Perry, Rudolph R. Raffone, Jr.; Alternates, Vera C. Fanning, Samuel A. 
Palm, Steven J. Zimmerman. — Zoning Board of Appeals, Howard R. Lyman, 
Chm., Henry N. Bousquet, Lisa C. DeGregorio, William A. McGuinness, William 
J. Scully; Alternates, William K. Belcher, June Edgar, Paul R. McCracken. — 
Economic Development Commission, Heyward H. Myers, Chm., Joseph L. Capece, 
William F. Guillaume, Mario P. Lupone, George C. Whelan. — Historic District 
Study Committee, L. Victor Mays, Chm., Eleanor Pennock, Catherine F. Sher- 
man, Otto Van Tienen, Jean Yudkin. — Inland Wetlands Commission, William H. 
Smith, Chm., David J. Burns, Jr., Donald N. Mazeau, Arthur J. Miller, George A. 
Selmont, John J. Webb, Norman H. Wuestefeld; Alternates, Arthur Hayden, John 
F. King. — Agent for the Elderly, Miguel A. Escalera. — Director of Social Services, 
Betty E. Kemp. — Director of Health, James M . Ozenberger, M D— Public Health 
Nursing Service Directors, Doris J. Harrick, Chm., Elizabeth W. Avery, Dr. Paul 
Ayotte, Carol F. Jenkins, Mona O. MacBain, Doreen A. Nelson, Periyakaruppan 



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Vellayan, M.D. — Park and Recreation Commission, Carston M. Skau, St., Chm., 
Martin O. Buckley, Edward G. Hidek, Louise Lupone, Judith P. Smith, Eugene E. 
Stickney; Robert Potter, Dir. — Town Engineer, Joseph J. Kelsey, Jr. — Building 
Inspector, Charles A. Pitt. — Building Code Board of Appeals, Rudolph Besier, Ed- 
mund Binder, Robert Harper, Frederick Radcliffe, C. Talcott Scovill. — Harbor 
Commission, John J. Tivnan, Chm., Rexford H. Avery, David E. Burns, Stuart W. 
Fox, Robert E. Fritz, Seward F. Hull, Jr., Edward F. Killian. — Ethics Board, Jac- 
queline Egan, Rev. Walter J. Keenan, Sturges G. Redfield, Jr. — Shell Fish Com- 
mission, Andrew Amendola, Philip L. Jackson, Douglas W. McGuire. — Communi- 
cations Committee, Gerald J. Vece, Chm., Leonard M. Cahill, Ned E. Keech, 
Charles J. Palmer, Daniel A. Vece, Jr. — Sanitarian, Mortimer Lahm, Jr. — Acting 
Chief of Police, Harold F. Breiling Jr. — Police Commission, Leonard M. Cahill, 
Chm., John S. Hosier, Niels E. Jensen. — Constables, Frank A. Bennett, Earl B. 
Jenkins. — Chief of Fire Dept., Hugh D. Allen; Deputy, Ned E. Keech. — Fire Mar- 
shal, William G. Donzello. — Civil Preparedness Dir., Gerald J. Vece. — Town At- 
torneys, Day, Berry and Howard. — Justices of the Peace, Robert C. Aldrich, Wil- 
liam K. Belcher, Patricia Cook, Reinhold J. Herrmann, Seward F. Hull, Jr., 
Jarman J. Kelsey, Edythe B. McKinlay, Louise D. Welch. 

COLCHESTER. New London County. — (Form of government, selectmen, 
town meeting, board of finance.) — Inc., 1698; named, Oct., 1699. Area, 48.7 sq. 
miles. Population, est., 7,900; Borough, 3,790. Voting district, 1. Children, 2,681. 
Principal industries, agriculture and manufacture of leather novelties, plastics and 
ladies' coats. Transp. — Passenger: Served by buses of Eastern Bus Lines, Inc. from 
Hartford and New London; Barstow Bus Transp. from Norwich. Freight: Served 
by numerous motor common carriers. Post offices, Colchester and North West- 
chester. Five rural free deliveries from Colchester and one from East Hampton. 



TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Patricia La- 
Grega; Hours, 8:30 A.M. -4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday; Address, Town 
Hall, 10 Norwich Ave., 06415; Tel., 537-2393.— Asst. Clerks, Barbara Kromish, 
Ruth Townsend. — Asst. Regs, of Vital Statistics, Barbara Kromish, George T. 
Wasniewski— Selectmen, 1st, John D. Cohen, Dem. (Tel., 537-3461), Linda M. 
Morin, Dem., Jack Jackter, Rep. — Treas., John Mazzarella. — Agent of Town De- 
posit Fund, Maureen Jello. — Board of Finance, Daniel Arch, Chm.. Helen Gay, 
Charles Shabunia, Harold Snell, Geraldine Transue, William Wagner. — Tax Col- 
lector, Patricia LaGrega. — Board of Tax Review, Stephen Polanski, Chm., Elijah 
Gibson, Arthur Zupnik. — Assessors, Howell Turner, Chm., Irving Goldberg, Ste- 
phen C. Steg. — Registrars of Voters, Pearl Huron, Dem., Elizabeth S. Wagner, 
Rep. — Supt. of Schools, Edward J. McKenney. — Board of Education, Bernard G. 
Park, Chm., Rosemary Coyle, Ann M. Fedus, David L. Tomm, 1979; Estelle Gor- 
reck, F. Duncan Green, 1981; Richard H. Beaulieu, Sr., Adam Piekarz, Odessa S. 
Turner, 1983. — Planning, Zoning and Inland Wetlands Commission, Thomas Ad- 
ams, Chm., James Cahill, Michael Fedus, Gary Gallucci, John Malsbenden, Jo- 
seph Ous, Adam Piekarz, Donald Standish, Jr. — Zoning Board of Appeals, Chester 
Derda, Chm., Celia Conrad, Mitchell Simon, Julius Singer, Leo Skawinski; Alter- 
nates, James Dobie, Wayne Smith, Carl Townsend. — Economic Development 



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Commission, Joseph A. Broder, Samuel Chase, Robert Johnston, Bill Moss, 
Charles Shabunia, Leo Skawinski. — Housing Authority, Morris Epstein, Chm., 
Betty Falco, Harold Field, Frederic Sidney, Evelyn Turner; Renee Kupper, Exec. 
Dir. — Conservation and Inland Wetlands Commission, Richard Gariazzo, Chm., 
Fred Ciechowski, Benjamin Liverant, Harold Snell, Andrew Turano. — Commis- 
sion on Aging, Theodore Essebaggers, Chm., Nathan Berman, Paul Bron, Emma 
Evans, Estelle Gorreck, Francis Guarnaccia. — Welfare Director, Nancy Was- 
niewski. — Director of Health, Carl C. Conrad, M.D. — Library Directors, Rev. 
Ward Williams, Chm., John D. Cohen, Gertrude Cragin, Mrs. Arthur Curtis, Mrs. 
Stephen Schwartz, Michael Stula, Robert Warren. — Parks and Recreation Com- 
mission, John McCarthy, Chm., Charles Arnold, David Cooper, Richard Haynes, 
Phyllis Hutchins, Lucien Mrowka, Frank Tamburrino, Anthony Tarnowski. — 
Supt. of Highways, Ernest Scofield. — Building Inspector, Jess McMinn. — Sewer 
Authority, James Seger, Chm., Fred Ciechowski, August Gorreck, Fred Thum, 
Howell Turner. — Tree Warden, Stanley Moroch. — Sanitarian, Phil Arra. — Chief 
of Police, John D. Cohen. — Constables, Keith Hutchins, Chief; Sam Burton, Curt 
Dicey, Peter Eldridge, Francis Green, Robert Jonah, Charles Kenny, Ray Kings- 
ton, Don Lochart, Joan Mawney, Robert Riddell, Mark Rogers, Ernest Sco- 
field. — Chief of Fire Dept., Norman Gustafson. — Fire Marshal, Joseph Koros- 
tek. — Civil Preparedness Director, Gary Avery. — Town Attorney, John Butts. — 
Justices of the Peace, Patricia A. Barton, Joseph A. Broder, Celia B. Conrad, 
Stephen A. Coyle, Shirley Dalenta, Barbara Danahy, Sam Downey, Sidney Ein- 
horn, James Felciano, Helen B. Gay, Alex GetzoflT, Irving S. Goldberg, Edwin P. 
Gregory, William S. Griffin, Jr., John J. Johnston, III, Edward J. Kant, Gregory 
Kehaya, Renee Kupper, Patricia A. LaGrega, Howard A. Lazinsk, John D. Long. 
Everett W. Marvin, Eugene P. McGrath, Jacob Micengendler, Margaret B. Miles, 
Lucien C. Mrowka, Selma Nirestein, Angelo Oliveri, Adam Piekarz, Burton C. 
Ryan, James E. St. Clair, Theodore C. Savitsky, Walter Sawchuk, Jr.. Abraham 
D. Schneider. Richard Schuster, Steven A. Schuster, Mitchell Simon. Harold E. 
Snell, Arthur D. Standish, Kathleen Turbarge, Morton Turetzky, Arthur Zupnik. 

ROROl'GH OFFICERS. P.O., c/o Clerk, 14 Crestview Dr.. 06415; Tel.. 
537-5662. — Warden, Fred P. Ciechowski, Rep. — Burgesses, Dorothy C. Badger. 
Nathan Berman, Sam Downey, Robert J. Martingano, Richard Schuster, Aaron 
Turner. — Clerk, John Mazzarella. — Tax Collector, Grace Downey. — Treas., Re- 
nee Kupper. — Assessors, Elijah Gibson, Jr., Stephen C. Steg, Arthur Zupnik. — 
Bailiff, Moses Turner. — Street Inspectors, Arthur W. Moeller Jr., Daniel S. Row- 
land. — Water Comrs., Frank Jackter, John Long, Jess McMinn. — Borough Attv., 
Joseph A. Broder. — Sewer Commission, James Seger, Chm., Raymond Badger. 
Fred Ciechowski. August Gorreck, III. Gary Hance, Edward Kant, Eugene Mc- 
Grath, Fred Thumm, Howell Turner. 

COLKBROOK. Litchfield County. — (Form of government, selectmen, town 
meeting, board of finance.) — Inc.. Oct., 1779. Area, 33.0 sq. miles. Population, 
est., 1,200. Voting district, 1. Children, 342. Principal industry, agriculture. 
Transp. — Passenger: Served by buses of the Arrow Line. Inc. from Winsted and 
Torrington. and by Greyhound. Freight: Served by numerous motor common car- 
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TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. N. Joyce Nel- 
son; Hours, 10 A.M. -4:30 P.M., Monday and Friday; 1-4:30 P.M., Tuesday, 
Wednesday and Thursday (May 1 to Nov. 1); 1-4:30 P.M., Monday through Fri- 
day (Nov. 1 to May 1); Address, Town Hall, Colebrook Center 06021; Tel., 
Winsted, 379-2922— Asst. Clerk and Asst. Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Helga I. 
Poreda.— Selectmen, 1st, Frederick I. Wilber, Dem. (Tel., 379-2922), Robert E. 
Jasmin, Dem., William E. Nelson, Jr., Rep. — Treas. and Agent of Town Deposit 
Fund, Sally Gray. — Board of Finance, Edward G. Parsons, Jr., Chm., Donald I. 
Dillon, George J. Gray, Leelaine R. Picker, Donald F. Roudi, Colin C. Tait. — Tax 
Collector, Mildred E. Smith. — Board of Tax Review, Isidore P. Jasmin, III, Chm., 
Harry H. Lossin, Thomas Spada. — Assessors, Helga I. Poreda, Chm., Margaret 
H. Lee, Frederick I. Wilber. — Registrars of Voters, Lillian K. Jasmin, Dem., Ju- 
dith C. Kochey, Rep. — Supt. of Schools, James Holigan. — Board of Education, 
Joseph J. Alciati, Chm., Samuel W. Franklin, III, David D. Lee, Judith C. Odell, 
1979; Diana A. Holcomb, Edward L. Kochey, Gloria M. Wilber, 1981.— Planning 
and Zoning Commission, Warren M. Humes, Chm., Eugene F. Kinkead, William 
A. Meeker, Burton K. Millard, John L. Picker. — Zoning Board of Appeals, Nor- 
man F. Thompson, III, Chm., Edward L. Kochey, John C. Miller, Richard F. 
White, Charles S. Whitney; Alternates, Roy V. Lake, Siegfried W. Poreda, James 
W. Wheatley. — Zoning Enforcement Officer, W. Cecil Dyer. — Inland Wetlands 
Commission, Norman F. Thompson, III, Chm., Thomas E. Adams, William Has- 
kell, Parks B. Holcomb, Sr., Colin C. Tait. — Historic District Commission, Ethel 
A. Millard, Chm., John A. Blum, Nancy P. Blum, Norman F. Thompson, III, 
Claire H. Vreeland; Alternates, Charles H. Arnold, Mary V. Bickford, Mary L. 
Gray, Evelyn W. D. Haskell, John T. Kenney. — Director of Health, Stuart Rag- 
land, Jr., M.D. — Recreation Commission, George J. Gray, Chm., Robert J. Goo- 
gins, David A. Hotchkiss, Donna M. Williams, Fred P. Williams. — Supt. of High- 
ways, Floyd C. Jespersen. — Building Inspector, W. Cecil Dyer. — Tree Warden, 
Robert E. Jasmin. — Sanitarian, W. Cecil Dyer. — Chief of Police, Frederick I. Wil- 
ber. — Constables, Harry H. Lossin, John H. Lossin, Burton K. Millard, Robert M. 
Rice, Jr. — Chief of Fire Dept., George J. Gray. — Fire Marshal, Robert J. Bald- 
win. — Civil Preparedness Director, vacancy. — Town Attorney, Jonathan F. Ells 
(P.O., Winsted). — Justices of the Peace, Barbara B. Case, Sally A. Coleman, Don- 
ald E. Everett, Samuel W. Franklin, III, George J. Gray, Robert E. Jasmin, Mi- 
chael S. Makliney, John C. Miller, William E. Nelson, Jr., Gloria M. Wilber. 

COLUMBIA. Tolland County. — (Form of government, selectmen, town 
meeting.) — Inc., May, 1804; taken from Lebanon. Area, 21.8 sq. miles. Popula- 
tion, est., 3,500. Voting district, 1 . Children, 1 ,099. Principal industry, agriculture. 
Summer resort. Transp. — Passenger: Served by Bonanza Bus Lines, Inc. Freight: 
Served by numerous motor common carriers. Post office, Columbia. Rural free 
delivery of mail from Columbia post office. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Rita T. Cloutier; 
Hours, 9 A.M. -2 P.M., Monday through Friday; 7-9 P.M., Monday evening; Ad- 
dress, Yeomans Hall, Rte. 87, P.O. Box 165, 06237; Tel., 228-3284'.— Asst. Clerk 
and Asst. Reg. of Vital Statistics, Diedre D. Scotti. — Selectmen, 1st, Joseph P. 
S/egda, Dem. (Tel., 228-0110), Grace C. Pringle, Rep., Thomas E. Chowanec, 



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Rep. — Treas. and Agent of Town Deposit Fund, Harriet R. Lyman. — Budgetary 
Advisory Committee, George E. Peters, Chm., Michael J. Flynn, Gladys W. For- 
ryan, Helmut Traichel, Dwight N. Scherban. — Tax Collector, Erminia D. Low- 
man. — Board of Tax Review, Alfred F. Schatz, Jr., Chm., Michael J. Flynn, Bur- 
ton L. Ives. — Assessors, Eunice G. Williams, Chm., James E. Parker, vacancy. — 
Registrars of Voters, Frances A. Malek, Dem., Norene L. Albert, Rep. — Supt. of 
Schools, William F. Risley. — Board of Education, W. Alan Baumert, Albert Hadi- 
gian, Edith D. Prague, 1979; Ellen M. Hills, Chm., Frances L. Beckish, Judith A. 
Carini, 1981. — Planning and Zoning Commission, Enn O. Koiva, Chm., Robert 
Baldwin, Jr., Russell P. Inzinga, Morris Kaplan, Noreen O. Steele. — Zoning 
Board of Appeals, Paul A. Pepin, Chm., Ethel P. Burnham, Kenneth A. Erickson, 
Bruce L. Fox, William F. Lambert; Alternates, David R. Chase, Richard P. Lange, 
Francis D. Lyman. — Zoning Enforcement Officer, Naninni Martucci. — Conserva- 
tion Commission, Edward Steele, Chm., Norene L. Albert, Austin Doscher, Judith 
R. Duhaime, Albert Gray, Kilian P. Steinmeyer, Gary S. Sylvestro. — Commission 
on Aging, Modine Schramm, Chm., Rev. George K. Evans, Joyce Fox, Virginia 
Lange, Erminia D. Lowman, Hazel Spearman. — Agent for the Elderly, Joyce 
Fox. — Director of Health, Edwin H. Basden, M.D. — Recreation Council, James 
Robinson, Chm. — Building Inspector, Sanitarian, Leon Pawlikowski. — Building 
Code Board of Appeals, Adolph Germann, Chm., Edward J. Breen, George W. 
Lange, Emil C. Malek, Audrey Miller. — Road Foreman, Peter Naumec. — Chief of 
Police, Joseph P. Szegda. — Constables, Patrick Hebert, Margaret R. Martin, 
James King (Lake Patrol). — Chief of Fire Dept., Boyd U. Tuttle; Deputy, Charles 
Sanborn. — Fire Marshal, Richard K. Davis. — Civil Preparedness Director, John 
C. Sullivan. — Town Attorney, Jules A. Karp (P.O., Manchester). — Justices of the 
Peace, Howard C. Bates, Henry M. Beck, Eugene R. Gale, Jr., Elizabeth D. 
Hutchins, Russell P. Inzinga, Reginald L. Lewis, Frances A. Malek, Grace C. 
Pringle, Stanley L. Rosenstein, Kilian P. Steinmeyer. 

CORNWALL. Litchfield County. — (Form of government, selectmen, town 
meeting, board of finance.) — Inc., May, 1740. Area, 46.8 sq. miles. Population. 
est., 1,200. Voting district, 1. Children, 284. Principal industry, agriculture. 
Transp. — Freight: Served by numerous motor common carriers. Post offices, 
Cornwall. Cornwall Bridge, West Cornwall and rural free delivery from Falls Vil- 
lage, Litchfield, West Cornwall and Cornwall Bridge. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Delphine F 
Fenn; Hours, 9:30 A.M. -4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday: Address, Town Hall. 
Pine St., 06753; Tel.. 672-6719— Asst. Clerk and Asst. Reg. of Vital Statistics, 
Mrs. Barbara C. Dakin — Selectmen, 1st, W. Bradford Walker, Jr., Rep. (Tel.. 
672-6487), Donald S. Hedden, Jr., Rep., Mrs. Patsv P. Van Doren. Dem— Treas. 
and Agent of Town Deposit Fund, William A. Dinneen. — Board of Finance, Robert 
T. Beers, Chm.. frank E. Calhoun, J. Stanley Fearl, Ravmond A. Fontaine. Mar- 
tin D. Gold, John R. Mulligan. — Tax Collector, Madeline S. Lape. — Board of Tax 
Review, Archibald A. Talmage. Chm., Audre\ Ferman, Montgomerv Hare. — As- 
sessors, Jonas J. Soltis, Chm.. Kenneth E. Keskinen. Howard B. Stearns. Jr. — 
Registrars of Voters, Florence L. Budge, Dem.. Ellen L. Doubleda\. Rep —Supt. 
of Schools. James Erviti. — Board of Education. Robert Potter, Chm.. Frederick E. 



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Thibault, 1979; Jean B. Read, Lorraine P. Whitney, 1981; Margaret Bevans, Wil- 
liam S. Covington, 1983. — Planning and Zoning Commission, W. Chandler Ten- 
ney, Chm., Mary H. Cahill, Ursula H. Dinneen, Edward L. Ferman, John A. 
Frost, Franklyn G. Kesl, Sr.; Alternates, Lonnie D. Carter, D. Edward LaPorta, 
Bernice H. Merz. — Zoning Board of Appeals, David N. Doubleday, Chm., Norma 
E. Lake, James M. Partridge, Angeline J. Pool, Thalia H. Scoville, Joan Titus; 
Alternates, William S. Covington, Ellen B. Lorch, vacancy. — Conservation Com- 
mission, Ellen L. Doubleday, Chm., George F. Brown, Bethia Currie, Donald 
Heiny, Archie M. Jamgotchian, Arthur F. Lorch. — Inland Wetlands Commission, 
Ursula H. Dinneen, Chm., Donald S. Hedden, Jr., Archie Jamgotchian, Patsy P. 
Van Doren, W. Bradford Walker, Jr. — Agent for the Elderly, Delphine F. Fenn. — 
Director of Health, vacancy. — Parks and Recreation Commission, George M. 
Starr, Chm., W. Douglas Carlson, Helen Hedden, Ronald Laigle, Roderick 
MacNeil, Lynn E. Niebergall, Susan B. Williamson. — Building Inspector, William 
Conrad. — Building Code Board of Appeals, Howard B. Stearns, Jr. — Sanitarian, 
Joseph Pinkham. — Chief of Police, W. Bradford Walker, Jr. — Tree Warden, Ro- 
land S. Fenn. — Constables, William W. Beecher, George F. Brown, Joseph La- 
Placa, Sr., Joseph Matyas, Jr., Lee Sincovic, Joseph Weaver, Jr. — Chief of Fire 
Dept., Richard B. Dakin. — Fire Marshal, William Conrad. — Town Attorney, Per- 
ley H. Grimes, Jr. (P.O., Litchfield). — Justices of the Peace, George A. Bouteiller, 
Edward M. Brecher, Betty Chamberlain, Richard B. Dakin, Martin D. Gold, Rob- 
ert T. Pond, Louis R. Ripley, Christopher S. Smith, Helen C. Walker. 

COVENTRY. Tolland County. — (Form of government, town manager, town 
council, town meeting.) — Inc., May, 1712. Area, 37.3 sq. miles. Population, est., 
8,700. Voting districts, 2. Children, 3,050. Principal industries, agriculture and the 
manufacture of sutures, one machine shop. Transp. — Freight: Served by numerous 
motor common carriers. Post office, Coventry; five rural delivery routes. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Elizabeth R. 
Rychling; Hours, 8:30 A.M.-4:30 P.M., Monday through Thursday; 8:30 A.M.-4 
P.M., Friday; Address, Town Office Bldg., 1712 Main St., Rte. 31, 06238; Tel., 
742-7966— Asst. Clerk and Asst. Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Ruth E. Benoit — 
Town Manager, Frank B. Connolly; Deputy, William Donald Holmes. — Town 
Council, Jack C. Myles, Chm., Joyce Carilli, Harold J. Crane, Richard Giggey, 
Roberta F. Koontz, Karen D. Nash, Douglas S. Whipple. — Treas. and Agent of 
Town Deposit Fund, Elizabeth R. Rychling. — Tax Collector, Audrey M. Bray. — 
Board of Tax Review, Anthony J. Walsh, Chm., John Cagianello, Roland C. 
Green, James N. Ladd, Jr., Jacob H. Wisenall. — Assessor, Gerard Lavoie. — Reg- 
istrars of Voters, 1st Dist., Juliette E. Bradley, 2nd Dist., Ritva K. Wisenall, Dem.; 
1st Dist., Margaret E. Jacobson, 2nd Dist., Gertrude A. Haven, Rep.— Supt. of 
Schools, Arnold E. Elman. — Board of Education, Joan A. Lewis, Chm., Richard 
A. Ashley, Patricia A. Clark, Gary C. Dopslaff, Priscilla L. Doyle, Andre P. Mar- 
men, Vincent E. Moriarty, 1979. — Planning and Zoning, Inland Wetlands Commis- 
sion, Marilyn Richardson, Chm., D. Todd Cook, James Lacock, John Pagini, va- 
cancy; Alternates, Richard Bowen, Joel Drucker, Karen Thissell. — Town Planner, 
Gregory Padick. — Zoning Board of Appeals, John W. Ryan, Chm., Robert S. 
Ford, Jr., Edward I. Rossiter, Donald J. Young, vacancy; Alternates, Robert A. 



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Doggart, Elizabeth C. Paterson, Frederick C. White. — Zoning Enforcement Offi- 
cer, Ernest Wheeler. — Economic Development Commission, John A. Ohlund, III, 
Chm., Leonard Benjamin, Jesse A. Brainard, David LaMore, Jerome LeGrand, 
John Motycka, Joseph Puchol-Salva, Norman R. Watt, vacancy. — Housing Au- 
thority, Albert E. Bradley, Chm., Lawrence S. Beecher, Walter W. Elwell, Ells- 
worth Greenleaf, Rev. Bruce Johnson. — Conservation Commission, Joanne Corri- 
gan, Chm., Mark Aresco, Jane Covell, H. Frank Falana, Jr., Thomas C. Hart, 
Daniel P. Manley, John Pacholski. — Flood and Erosion Control Board, John J. 
Cagianello, Anthony J. Felice, Jr., Rose Marie M. Fowler. — Committee on Needs 
of the Aging, Rev. Rolland G. Ewing, Chm., Stanley J. Harris, Elsa V. McKusick, 
Frederick H. Miller, Christina Woods. — Board of Welfare, Virginia T. Diehl, 
Chm., Dorothy M. Burrell, Laura M. Forte, Barbara Johnson. — Director of 
Health, Robert P. Bowen, M.D.— Board of Health, Janice Kay Hall, Chm., Patri- 
cia Dopslaff, Hannah Douville, Myrtlegene Fading, Ethel C. Harris, vacancy. — 
Parks and Recreation Commission, Sandra Young, Chm., Harvey R. Barrette, 
Ruth J. Bohr, Richard Goodwin, Jeffrey D. Lancaster, Larry L. Naviaux, Alfred 
Parent, Anthony J. Roberto, Jr., Roberta E. Wilmot; Lionel J. Jean, Jr., Recrea- 
tion Dir. — Acting Supt. of Streets, William F. Goodale. — Town Engineer, William 
D. Holmes. — Building Inspector, John Willnauer. — Building Code Board of Ap- 
peals, Glenn Bradley, Chm., Harvey R. Barrette, Jr., Paul Diehl, John N. Mo- 
tycka, Richard C. Pelletier. — Sewer Authority, Richard M. Breault, Chm., Elbert 
Carlson, Thomas E. Hall, Elizabeth Paterson, Thomas L. Temple, vacancy. — Tree 
Warden, Frances Funk. — Chief of Police, Robert Kjellquist. — Constables, Fred 
Contessa, Robert A. Ford, Jr. — Chiefs of Fire Dept., Norman Potter (Coventry). 
Thomas Hicking (North Coventry). — Fire Marshal, Jeffery Vannais. — Civil Pre- 
paredness Director, Ernest Wheeler. — Town Attorneys, Schwebel and Hall (P.O., 
Rockville). — Justices of the Peace, Albert E. Bradley, Joyce E. Carilli, William A. 
Coates, Paul Diehl, Ann D. Druge, Joseph D. Fowler, Michael A. Fratianni, Vir- 
ginia C. Grabowski, Holly K. Hunt, Lionel G. Jean, Barbara Johnson, Sandra L. 
Ranney, Ruth W. Smith, Patricia Sypek, Christina Woods. 

CROMWELL. Middlesex County. — (Form of government, selectmen, town 
meeting, board of finance.) — Inc., May, 1851; taken from Middletown. Area. 13.5 
sq. miles. Population, est., 8,600. Voting district, 1. Children, 2,685. Principal in- 
dustries, horticulture and manufacture of tools. Transp. — Passenger: Served by 
buses of Conn. Transit from Middletown and Hartford, and by Greyhound. 
Freight: Served by Conrail and numerous motor common carriers. Post office, 
Cromwell. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Bernard Neville; 
Hours, 9 A.M. -4 P.M., Monday through Friday; Address, 5 West St.. 06416; Tel.. 
Middletown, 635-2712— Asst. Clerks and Asst. Regs, of Vital Statistics, Minnie 
Libera, Theresa Lindquist, Gloria Wood. — Selectmen, 1st, Paul R. Harrington. 
Dem. (Tel., 635-3380), Sebastian V. Amenta. Rep., Lucy Berger, Rep.. Roger 
Lindquist, Dem., David I. Murphy, Dem., Herbert Porter, Dem., John F. Toehko. 
Rep. — Treas. and Agent of Town Deposit Fund, Bernard Neville; Asst.. Theresa 
Lindquist. — Board of Finance, Warren Axelson, Chm., James Caso. Rawnond 
Foley, William Lowry, III, Michael Tommasi, Sebastian Tosto; Alternates, Victor 



364 TOWNS, CITIES AND BOROUGHS 

Cassella, Donald Delisle, Christopher Rose. — Finance Director, John Je- 
drzejczyk. — Tax Collector, Mary Ann Duval. — Board of Tax Review, Richard J. 
Bradley, David Cramer, Louis F. Vozzola, Sr. — Assessors, Francis K. Kirwin; 
Deputy, Jane Johnson. — Registrars of Voters, Florence L. Frank, Dem., Angela A. 
Incerti, Rep. — Supt. of Schools, K. Alexander Paddyfote. — Board of Education, 
Marian ErnstorT, Oma Kelley, Joseph J. Shainess, Richard Zajack, 1979; Gail B. 
Argenta, Chm., Kenneth Kjellen, 1981; Jared Fletcher, Elizabeth Kaminsky, Si- 
mon H. Moore, 1983. — Planning and Zoning Commission, Kosty R. Costanzo, 
Acting Chm., Dan Gardiner, Richard Newton, Pamela Perrone, Salvatore Pe- 
trella, Gary Phillips, Kenneth Smith, Stanley A. Terry Jr.; Alternates, Joseph 
Daniels, Barbara Varricchio. — Zoning Board of Appeals, Vera Gemme, Chm., H. 
Blake Anderson, Robert Milardo, Salvatore J. Presutti, Frank Pulino, Charles P. 
Webster; Alternates, Luke Clinton, Janet Small. — Zoning Enforcement Officer, 
George Lapadula. — Conservation Commission, Helene Loveless, Chm., Evelyn 
BrinkerhorT, Andre Tarro, Nicholas Tommassone, Edna Yule. — Inland Wetlands 
Commission, Kenneth Cichon, Chm., Patricia Collins, Rosemary Curtin, Mark 
Kondracky, Gerald Perrone, George Yule. — Agent for the Elderly, Hilda Cole. — 
Welfare Director, Mary Louise Imbruglio. — Director of Health, Alan Rutner, 
M.D. — Health Insp. and Sanitation Supt., Philip H. Block. — Library Directors, 
Eileen Geer, Chm., Marie Ashley, Fran Brainard, Marguerite Buck, Judy Drink- 
water, Dolores Harrington, Sandra Kjellen, Carol Kosloski, Joanne Lukasik, Har- 
riet Pierson. — Parks and Recreation Commission, George Kieft, Chm., Albert Bar- 
rieau, Vincent Dalo, Thomas Franklin, Frank Golden, Nate Leavenworth, Fred 
Litka, Joyce Nelson, Stephen Williams; Donald Swanson, Dir. — Director of Pub- 
lic Works, Michael Marino. — Tree Warden, Richard Watrous. — Building Inspec- 
tor, Robert I. Taylor. — Building Code Board of Appeals, Eric Anderson, Thomas 
Kelly, Everett Marcil, Michael Salafia. — Sewer Commission, Alice M. Halstedt, 
Chm., Ferdinand Kasek, Robert Manchester, Sandra Muller, Emil Spada. — Capi- 
tal Expenditures Commission, Marshall Steele Jr., Chm., Oscar Anderegg, Robert 
Jahn, Wynn Muller, Philip Sones, Joseph Tripp. — Chief of Police, Paul R. Har- 
rington. — Police Commission, David I. Murphy, Chm., Sebastian V. Amenta, 
Lucy Berger, Paul R. Harrington, Roger Lindquist, Herbert Porter, John T. 
Tochko. — Constables, Ronald Cornell, John Hagel, Scott Lunt, Sheldon Merrill, 
Anthony Salvatore, Carl Schultz, George Winter. — Chief of Fire Dept., Donald 
Swanson; Deputies, William Lee, Melvin Robbins. — Fire Marshal, Homer Am- 
bler. — Board of Fire Comrs., Leonard O'Connor, Chm., Ralph DeFelice, Arthur 
Fitts, Ken Kjellen, Edward Radii, Arthur Schreier, Warner Squires, John Tochko, 
Thomas Whalen. — Civil Preparedness Director, William A. Eager. — Town Attor- 
neys, O'Dell and Graham (P.O., Wethersfield). — Justices of the Peace, Walter 
Adamowicz, Barbara Cassella, Sharon Z. Davenport, Jared K. Fletcher, Violet A. 
Frost, Vera Gemme, Roger W. Lindquist, Violet A. Morrissey, Henry Peck, Louis 
F. Vozzolo, Sr. 

DANBURY. Fairfield County. — (Form of government, mayor, common 
council.)— Settled, 1685; named, Oct., 1687. Inc., town, May, 1702; city, 1889. 
Town and city consolidated, Jan. 1, 1965. Area, 44.0 sq. miles. Population, est., 
58,400. Voting districts, 7. Children, 19,220. Principal industries, shirts, children's 
wear, toilet articles, oil burners, precision bearings, special machinery, aluminum 



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foil, leathei goods, boxes, air conditioning equipment, heat and power units, heli- 
copters, flight refueling apparatus, screw thread inserts, stainless steel flatware, 
silver plate, surgical instruments, radio and TV condensers, rubber tile, toys and 
surgical sutures. Transp. — Passenger: Served by Conrail from Norwalk and Pitts- 
field, Mass., and buses of Bonanza Bus Lines, Inc. from Hartford and Waterbury; 
The Kelley Transit Co., Inc. from Torrington; Empire Bus Lines, Inc. from New 
Haven and Poughkeepsie, N.Y.; The Chieppo Bus Co. from Bridgeport; Candle- 
wood Valley Bus Co., and by Greyhound. Freight: Served by Conrail and numer- 
ous motor common carriers. Post office, Danbury. 

CITY AND TOWN OFFICERS. Town Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, 

Mrs. Margaret M. Ward; Hours, 9 A.M. -5 P.M., Monday through Friday; Ad- 
dress, City Hall, 155 Deer Hill Ave., 06810; Tel., 797-4530, 4531, 4532.— Asst. 
Clerks, Mrs. Bernadette W. Schullery, Mrs. Louise I. Oliva. — Asst. Regs, of Vital 
Statistics, Bernadette W. Schullery, Louise I. Oliva, Elizabeth C. Shea, Mrs. Re- 
nee J. St. Amand. — City Clerk, Miss Marianne Dahill; Hours and address, same 
as Town Clerk; Tel., 797-4514, 4515.— Asst. City Clerk, Mrs. Mary Rickert.— 
Mayor, Donald W. Boughton, Rep.; Adm. Asst., Peter A. Molinaro. — Common 
Council, 1st Dist., Roger Delsin, Marvin S. Mann, Kathleen Sophia; 2nd Dist., 
Kenneth V. Jones, Richard J. Leary, William T. Walsh; 3rd Dist., Gregg Azzarito, 
Lillian Cyr, Vincent Scialabba; 4th Dist., Roger Custodio, Pres., Richard Murray, 
James E. Ryan; 5th Dist., Elizabeth Crudginton, Mark S. Siegel, Frederick Vis- 
conti; 6th Dist., Wayne Gallo, Henry Gebert, Elwood L. Mi n ster; 7th Dist., Terry 
Z Johnston, Joseph Perry, John O. Turk. — Selectmen, Rosemary Lavelle, Santo 
Perry, Steven W. Wirtes. — Treas., Peter Kakadelis. — Comptroller, John P. Ed- 
wards. — Tax Collector, Louis T. Charles, Jr. — Board of Tax Review, Edward Kle- 
cha, Chm., Joseph H. Beilin, Thomas A. Wixted. — Assessor, Evo Butera; Asst., J. 
Edward Melvin. — Registrars of Voters, George Schmiedel, Dem., Robert Tyrell, 
Rep. — Supt. of Schools, Pasquale F. Nappi. — Board of Education, Henry Bessel, 
Jr., Theresa Boccuzzi, Michael Marrone, 1979; Barbara Baker, Alice Hyman, 
Robert Lambert, Carl Susnitzky, 1981; Paul Baird, Pres., Dr. Philip S. Fenster, 
Bunny Jacobson, Toni Pepe, 1983. — Personnel Appeals Board. Elie Coury, Regi- 
nald Hooper, Edward Simek, Charles Troccolo, Paul Werner. — Civil Service Com- 
mission, Nicholas Nero, Chm., Carmen Butera, William A. Healy. — Planning 
Commission, Edmund C. DeVeaux, Chm., Richard Durkin, John J. Murphy, Rich- 
ard Ramey, Robert L. Stevens; Alternates, William McLachman, Linda Palanzo, 
Janet Schaefer. — Zoning Board of Appeals, Paul Shea, Chm., Robert Basher, 
Frank Bondatti, Ernest M. Boynton, Richard S. Jowdy; Alternates, Arthur Bohan, 
Joseph C. Bolduc, John Hull, Jr. — Redevelopment Agency, Louis J. Alhage, Chm., 
Lawrence J. Birt, Louis A. DeFabritis, Frank J. LaCava, Boyd O. Losee, John T. 
Mannion, Jack Sullivan, T. Edgar White; Joseph Canale, Exec. Dir. — Housing 
Authority, Robert J. Doran, Chm., William Esposito, Sydney Rossi, Edward 
Shaughnessy, William F. Shea; Joseph Canale, Exec. Dir. — Fair Rent Commis- 
sion, Alfred J. Bernard, Chm., Manuel Botelho, Joanne Deep, Agnes Dratch, Rob- 
ert Godfrey, Gordon Johnson, Charlotte Perry, Michael Toscano, Mary E. Vogel. 
— Conservation Commission, Joan C. McLaughlin, Chm., Robert A. Barrow, Jr.. 
Leo J. Brancato, Richard Melillo, Carol Torcaso. — Emironmental Impact Com- 
mission, John Schweitzer, Chm., Sandra Court, Dr. Donald GrorT, Nicholas Juisto, 



366 TOWNS, CITIES AND BOROUGHS 

Philip Lopes, Jr., William McLachlan, Joseph Perry, Gerald Silverman, Carol 
Torcaso; Alternate, Thomas Fabiano. — Flood and Erosion Control Board, John J. 
Cooper, Jr., Theodore Haddad, Jr., Sanford D. Kaufman, Philip Lopes, Jr., John 
H. McCann, Eugene McNamara. — Equal Rights and Opportunities Commission, 
Hans B. Collischonn, Chm., Lola Akins, Robert L. Anderson, Judith Levine, Rob- 
ert Lubus, William M. Maclenathen, Judy Pickel, William Winslow. — Commis- 
sion on Aging, Roland A. Sorenson, Sr., Chm., Russell W. Alford, Sigrid Benyei, 
Minnie Edwards, Margaret Emerito, Curtis R. Forbes, Rita P. Godfrey, Raymond 
G. Gomoll, Irving Mahl, Hillary Mattingly, David I. McCann, Charles A. Mc- 
Ginnis, Elisabeth McKee, Jean Rosato, Frank Schneider, Patricia A. Spolowitz, 
Mason Turner, Walter Wayman; Jeanne Anderson, Agent. — Welfare Director, 
Orlando Salvatore. — Director of Health, Bruce Cummings. — Library Directors, 
John W. Hoffer, Chm., Gino J. Arconti, Shirley Canada, Patricia Fernand, Dr. 
Ruth A. Haas, Mrs. B. J. Hull, Mary D. Nahley, Martha Tyrell, Mary A. West- 
Cultural Commission, Benjamin DaSilva, Chm., Marian Anderson, Marilyn 
Boden, Joan Damia, Evelyn Durgy, James E. Humphreville, Joan T. Lubus, Dr. 
Charles Terzo, Edward Wicks, Dr. Robert Wolsch, Alfred F. Zega. — Commission 
on Youth, Roger Brooks, Chm., Robin Dudas, Secy., Paul Bernier, Denise Char- 
ron, Sharon Fusco, Daniel Jowdy, James Jowdy, Jr., Gary Kozak, Rev. Robert 
Naylor, Michael Toscano, Ernie Turner. — Parks and Recreation Commission, 
Robert Ryerson, Chm., William Barchi, John H. Knapp, Dorothy Luckenbill, Na- 
thaniel Rogers, Robert J. Tyrell, Jr. — Director of Public Works, Timothy 
O'Sullivan; Supt., Edward W. Fusek. — City Engineer, John A. Schweitzer. — 
Sealer of Weights and Measures, George Samaha. — Building and Zoning Inspec- 
tor, Paul Garafola. — Building Code Board of Appeals, Albert Ahlgrim, Chm., 
Roger LeBlanc, Chido Licciardi, John Plecity, John A. Schweitzer, Jr. — Tree 
Warden, Byron T. Johnson. — Public Utilities Supt., Ralph Welch. — Purchasing 
Agent, Sharon Hamilton. — Lake Authority, Jean Hazard, Herman Phelps, Rita 
Tichey. — Chief of Police, Nelson F. Macedo; Deputy, F. Leo Gantert. — Consta- 
bles, Robert Gerow, Jayne Holmes, Gordon Johnson, Nicholas Novaco, Andrew 
Repko, Jr. — Chief of Fire Dept., Joseph Bertalovitz. — Fire Marshal, Fred To- 
maino. — Corporation Counsel, Eric N. Wellman; Asst., Eric Gottschalk. — Civil 
Preparedness Director, Peter Winter. — Justices of the Peace, Hans B. Collischonn, 
Elizabeth Crudginton, John Cuff, Jr., Lloyd Cutsumpas, Mary Ellen Fabricatore, 
Thomas A. Frizzell, Stephen J. Gillotti, Robert D. Godfrey, Manuel James 
Gomes, Ronnie Gustavson, W. Edwin Harrison, Warren W. Joli, Sr., Paul M. 
Kallas, Irene G. King, Edward J. Klecha, Frank J. Klecha, Frank A. Kovacs, 
Richard S. Leahey, J. Robert McAllister, Robert N. Noce, Leroy E. Paltrowitz, 
Morton I. Riefberg, George Samaha, Theodore Silberman, Thomas West, Al- 
phonse V. Zito. 

DANIELSON. BOROUGH OFFICERS. (See Town of Killingly for asses- 
sor, building inspector, board of education, director of health, highways, housing, 
sewage treatment plant, board of tax review, registrar of vital statistics, registrars 
of voters.) c/o Clerk, Box 726, 06239; Tel., Danielson, 774-6058. Pres., Leon C. 
Gauthier. — Clerk and Treas., Louis Zipkin. — Council, Albert G. Ducat, Daniel F. 
Ferron, Remi G. Mailhot, Edward L. Piccione, Gilbert J. Poirier, Robert T. Prin- 
ceton. — Tax Collector, Adrien E. Bessette. — Zoning Commission, Albert G. Du- 



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cat, Secy., Joseph Campbell, Armand L. Desrosier, Edward L. Piccione, Betty L. 
Tianti; Alternates, Raymond P. Gendreau, George J. Meehan, vacancy. — Zoning 
Board of Appeals, Louis Zipkin, Secy., Joseph P. Collison, Francis P. Ignasiak, 
Gordon Richardson, John Termeulen; Alternates, Richard Turner, vacancy. — 
Planning Commission, Dr. Herbert H. Schneider, Chm., Clinton E. Child, John E. 
Cunneen, Elizabeth Geary; Alternates, Alphege Faford, Charles M. Spencer, va- 
cancy. — Chief of Police, Robert N. Manship. — Chief of Fire Dept., Richard Lev- 
ola. — Borough Attorney, Raymond J. Chabot. 

DARIEN. Fairfield County. — (Form of government, representative town 
meeting, selectmen, board of finance.) — Inc., May, 1820; taken from Stamford. 
Area*, 14.9 sq. miles. Population, est., 23,000. Voting districts, 6. Children, 6,852. 
Residential community; no industries. Clubs: Wee Burn Country Club, Woodway 
Country Club, Country Club of Darien, Tokeneke Beach Club, Noroton Yacht 
Club, Darien Boat Club, Ox Ridge Hunt Club, Nutmeg Curling Club, Middlesex 
Swimming Club, Old Kings Highway Tennis Club. Transp. — Passenger: Served by 
Conrail and buses of Conn. Transit from Stamford and Norwalk; and by Grey- 
hound and Trailways. Freight: Served by Conrail and numerous motor common 
carriers. Post offices, Darien, Noroton and Noroton Heights. 



TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Marilyn M. Van 
Sciver; Hours, 8:30 A.M. -4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday; Address, 719 Bos- 
ton Post Rd., 06820; Tel., 655-1 170.— Asst. Clerks and Asst. Regs, of Vital Statis- 
tics, Mrs. Ann Marie Kvinge, Mrs. Grace L. Janke. — Selectmen, 1st, William H. 
Patrick, Rep. (Tel., 655-8927), Carolyn O. Brotherton, Dem., Robert F. Harrel, 
Jr., Rep., Norman P. Seagrave, Dem., Franklin H. Wilcox, Rep. — Moderator, 
Representative Town Meeting, Lauren O. Lindstrom. — Town Administrator, Nor- 
man A. Lucas. — Treas. and Agent of Town Deposit Fund, Earl H. Johnson. — 
Board of Ethics, William E. Harrington, Jr., Chm., Luke E. Fichthorn, Jr., Curtis 
Fowle, Samuel F. Leigh, Maxwell R. McCreery. — Board of Finance, J. Arthur 
Olson, Jr., Chm., Charles W. Brydon, John M. Callagy, Theodore B. Covert, 
David H. Crandall, Bayard R. Hand, Peter L. Wilson. — Tax Collector, Anthony 
T. Improta. — Board of Tax Review, William H. Atkinson, Chm., Charles M. 
McCaghey, Mary N. Pierce. — Tax Assessor, Joseph A. Cullen. — Registrars of 
Voters, Mary E. Rylander, Dem., Carolyn D. Miller, Rep. — Supt. of Schools, Jo- 
seph B. Porter. — Board of Education, Nancy Ambrose, Macdonald Budd, Ra>- 
mond J. Dubrowski, 1979; Keith Clark, Lucy H. Labson, John C. Zimmermann, 
III, 1980; Dorothy G. Perkins, Chm., George P. Ekern, Enid J. Oresman, 1981.— 
Planning and Zoning Commission, Frank A. Anselmo, Chm., William C. Bieluch, 
Jr., Herbert A. Carlborg, Caroline W. Kostanecki, Margaret L. Merrow, S. David 
Stoner. — Town Planner, Raymond D. Nurme. — Zoning Board of Appeals, Donald 
F. McGill, Chm., Nicholas Calise, Ray E. Kinnunen, A. Wyman Proctor, Eliza- 
beth Tower; Alternates, Robert Bond, Ann Mandel, vacancy. — Architectural Ad>i- 
sory Commission, Lurelle V. A. Guild, Chm. — Beautification Commission, Mar) 
Ann Beckwith, Chm.— Housing Authority, A. Vincent Falcioni, Chm., Robert E. 



*As reported by the Town Clerk. 



368 TOWNS, CITIES AND BOROUGHS 

Cone, Judith Constable, Malcolm Dale, Herbert R. Lester; Harry S. Street, Sr., 
Exec. Dir. — Conservation Commission, Virginia Oldrin, Chm., Edgar G. Baugh, 
Beverly Burge, D. Seeley Hubbard, Ruth Shattuck, Sarah Ungemack, Lloyd Wil- 
son. — Inland Wetlands Commission, John L. SchafFner, Chm., William C. Bieluch, 
Jr., John L. Goodall, Jeanne S. Harker, D. Seeley Hubbard, S. David Stoner, 
Lloyd Wilson. — Environmental Health Admr., Craig W. Pearson. — Flood and Ero- 
sion Control Board, Ralph Passaro, Chm., Roger B. Bognar, John L. Goodall, 
Joseph E. Suttile. — Advisory Commission on Aging, Henry Wohnsiedler, Chm., 
Fred B. Clark, James T. Coatsworth, Robert T. Fatherly, Mrs. Curtis Fowle, 
Frances Goodnow, Elizabeth Krida, Laurence Lenz, Frederick M. Tobin, Mrs. 
Sherburne Worthen. — Director of Social Services, Lorraine A. Hochman. — Direc- 
tor of Health, Spencer F. Brown, M.D. — Parks and Recreation Commission, Fred 
Sammis, Chm., William C. Bouton, Robert Cole, Albert F. Dolcetti, Jeanne B. 
Fuller, Carol Johnson, John Kelley, Walter C. O'Meara, Robert F. Wells; Michael 
Haiday, Admr. — Committee for Youth, Denise Schramke, Acting Chm., Mrs. 
Noel Bradley, Jeanne Eckrich, Thomas S. Griffin, Jr., Susan Redford, Rev. Earle 
Sanford, Margaret Strauch, Angelo Toscano. — Supt. of Public Works, A. Walter 
Saburn; Asst., Dennis Miller. — Building Inspector, George W. Hill. — Building 
Board of Appeals, Stephen L. Wood, Chm., F. Marsden London, Stephen Makov- 
sky, Russell G. Sanford. — Sewer Commission, C. Lathrop Herold, Chm., Walter 
J. Berkmann, John W. Halloran, R. Ross Kitchen, William J. Leary; Robert Riith, 
Supt. — Sanitarian, Craig Pearson. — Tree Warden, Marshall A. Cotta. — Chief of 
Police, John W. Jordan. — Police Commission, Neil S. Hansen, Chm., Dr. Lindley 
M. Franklin, Jr., John B. Reardon, Jr. — Constables, Francis P. Delaney, Salvatore 
Mazzeo, Jr., Edward C. Tiano. — Chiefs of Fire Dept., Fire Marshals, Edward C. 
Tiano (Darien), Daniel O'Brien (Noroton), Salvatore Mazzeo, Jr. (Noroton 
Heights). — Civil Preparedness Director, Harry S. Street, Sr. — Town Attorney, 
John D. Hertz. — Justices of the Peace, John D. Atkin, Helen R. Baum, Benjamin 
A. Bruno, William F. Deegan, John S. Durland, Jr., A. Vincent Falcioni, Salvatore 
C. Ferreri, Mrs. Clayton R. Hasser, Earl H. Johnson, John M. Kelley, Ann S. 
Mandel, William J. Murphy, Charles D. Murray, William L. Rylander, Robert H. 
Schaefer, Norman P. Seagrave, Thomas J. SnirTen, Barney O. Spurlock, Jr., Lisl 
Ungemack, Christian S. Willumsen. 

DEEP RIVER. Middlesex County. — (Form of government, selectmen, town 
meeting, board of finance.) — Settled, 1635 as Saybrook; united with Connecticut, 
Dec, 1644; name changed to Deep River, July 1, 1947. Area, 14.2 sq. miles. Popu- 
lation, est., 4,000. Voting district, 1. Children, 1,103. Principal industries, agricul- 
ture and manufacture of plax and plastic goods, electric soldering irons, business 
forms and lace. Transp. — Freight: Served by numerous motor common carriers. 
Post office, Deep River. Outlying section of town served by rural free delivery. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Jean M . Ressler; 
Hours, 9-12 A.M., 1-4 P.M., Monday through Friday; Address, Town Hall, Main 
St., 06417; Tel., 526-5783— Asst. Clerk and Asst. Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. 
Edna C. McQueeney. — Selectmen, 1st, Lorraine C.Wallace, Rep. (Tel., 526-2028), 
Thomas Lindner, Rep., Joseph Miezejeski, Dem. — Treas. and Agent of Town De- 
posit Fund, John A. Deckelman, Jr. — Board of Finance, Philip W. Kurze, Chm., 



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Caroline Dolle, John Hesser, Robert Ingram, Allan G. Larson, Rita Samuels. — 
Tax Collector, Roberta A. Ziobron. — Board of Tax Review, Kenneth Rich, Chm., 
Roger Bineau, George Joy. — Assessors, Attilio Mozzochi, Chm., John W. Barry, 
Kenneth Molander. — Registrars of Voters, Roberta A. Ziobron, Dem., Lynne S. 
Hodges, Rep. — Supt. of Schools, Alice Duckworth. — Board of Education, Law- 
rence A. Glover, Chm., Richard Stebbins, Suzanne K. Taylor, 1979; Alexander A. 
Alonzo, Kathleen Capuciati, Cheryl A. Reynolds, 198 1 ; Letitia T. Burns, Dennis J. 
Schultz, vacancy, 1983. — Planning and Zoning Commission, Carlton E. Miller, 
Chm., Michael Fountain, Joseph Gambini, Eugene Hawkins, John Olson, Robin 
Weinberger, Irwin Wilcox; Alternates, Thomas Breslin, Jeffrey Hostetler, James 
Shulthiess. — Zoning Board of Appeals, Donald Grohs, Chm., Bruce Andrews, Pe- 
ter Fraser, Stanley Glowac, Arthur Pianta; Alternates, Robert Pikor, Charles 
Rayner. — Zoning Enforcement Officer, Winifred Olson. — Conservation Commis- 
sion, Walter Keirans, Chm., Paul Barton, Maxine Graves, Peter Haeni, Jean Her- 
nandez, Alan Mason. — Agent for the Elderly, Michael Shanahan. — Welfare Direc- 
tor, Dorothy Phinney. — Director of Health, Richard O. Gritzmacher, M.D. (P.O., 
Old Saybrook). — Library Directors, Jane Haeni, Chm., Sarah Adams, Cindy Ben- 
nett, Barbara Groth, Ruth D. Miller, Helen Moore, Harold Muggleston, Olive 
Shumway, Roberta A. Ziobron. — Parks and Recreation Commission, David Pesa- 
pane, Chm., Kenneth Argersinger, Roger Bineau, Richard Daniels, Pat Gamer- 
dinger, Francis Hamilton, Sheryl Marshall, Michael Nucci, Joanne Pandiani, 
Thomas Ressler, Brian Siglinger, Grace Stalsburg. — Supt. of Highways, George 
Joy. — Town Engineer, Frederick Radcliff. — Building Inspector, Thomas H. Lom- 
bard. — Water Pollution Control Authority, James E. Shulthiess, Chm., Kenneth 
Rich, Robert Stalsburg, Richard Sherman, Murray Zack. — Chief of Police, Lor- 
raine C. Wallace. — Constables, James Beckwith, John L. Bourne, Russell Clou- 
tier, Mark Dixon, Philip Kurze, Stuart Lee, Paul Mozzochi, Raymond Mozzochi, 
Steven Price, Richard Smith, Cleon Springer, Raymond Sypher, Jr. — Chief of Fire 
Dept., Roger A. Moore. — Board of Fire Comrs., William LaPlace, Chm., Eliza- 
beth Nucci, C. Talcott Scovill. — Civil Preparedness Director, Raymond Mozzochi. 
— Town Attorney, John E. Larson. — Justices of the Peace, Sigrid Aronson, John 
W. Barry, John J. Darcy, Mary Elston, Ralph A. Hall, Herbert E. Haser, Lynne S. 
Hodges, David A. Johnson, Carol O. Klomp, Mary P. Knox, John E. Larson, 
Thomas W. Lindner, Leon A. Lukie, Clayton G. Merrill, Joseph Miezejeski, G. 
Donald Milton, Kenneth Molander, Edward Moskal, Ronald A. Olin, Everett J. 
Peckham, R. Thomas Ressler, Donald R. Sampson, Walter Seluke, Brainard F. 
Smith, Robert R. Stalsburg, Richard J. Stanley, Nancy Thayer, George T. Trevi- 
sani, Lorraine C. Wallace. 



DERBY. New Haven County. — (Form of government, mayor, board of alder- 
men.) — Named, May, 1675. Town inc., May 13, 1775. City inc., June 7, 1893. 
Town and city consolidated, June 7, 1893. Area, 5.3 sq. miles. Population, est., 
12,500. Voting districts, 3. Children, 3,427. Principal industries, magazine publish- 
ing, photography, dyeing, printing, and manufacture of castings, forgings, hea\ > 
machinery, (metal) heat treating, rubber goods, textiles, nail clippers and manicure 
implements. Transp. — Passenger: Served by Conrail and buses of Conn. Transit 
from Bridgeport and New Haven; Valley Transp. Co. from Bridgeport and Water- 



370 TOWNS, CITIES AND BOROUGHS 

bury, and by Empire Bus Lines, Inc. Freight: Served by Conrail and numerous 
motor common carriers. Post office, Derby. 

CITY AND TOWN OFFICERS. Town Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, 

Mrs. Marion C. Molloy; Hours, 9 A.M. -5 P.M., Monday through Friday; Ad- 
dress, City Hall, 35 Fifth St., 06418; Tel., 734-9207.— Asst. Town Clerk and Asst. 
Reg. of Vital Statistics, Patricia A. Novelli. — City Clerk, Harry F. Colwell, Jr.; 
Hours and address, same as Town Clerk; Tel., 734-9201. — Asst. City Clerk, Mrs. 
Helen P. Mizii. — Mayor, Edward J. Cecarelli, Dem. — Aldermen, 1st Ward, Nardi 
Benanto, Albert Norwood, Anthony P. Ziomek; 2nd Ward, Leo P. Moscato, Pres., 
John Kelleher, Kevin White; 3rd Ward, Ida Garofalo, Thomas A. Mendyk, Asher 
Nickelsberg. — Selectmen, Marjorie L. Doborwicz, Amy L. Hinkson. — Treas. and 
Agent of Town Deposit Fund, Edward G. Brickett. — Finance Committee, Richard 
A. Grande, Elmer Voytek. — Board of Apportionment and Taxation, Joseph 
Ahearn, Jr., Chm., Vincent DeRosa, Raymond A. Hardisty, John Kiley, Walter R. 
Mayhew, James McGuire, James F. Owens, Paul D. Storiale, Alan J. Tyma, Wal- 
ter J. Wiacek. — Tax Collector, Harry Kinney. — Board of Tax Review, Mayor Ed- 
ward J. Cecarelli, Chm., Edward G. Brickett, Leo P. Moscato. — Assessors, Paul 
Mudry, Casimir J. Piorkowski. — Registrars of Voters, Bruce E. Sill, Dem., Mary 
V. Crowley, Rep. — Supt. of Schools, Angelo E. Dirienzo. — Board of Education, 
Mildred Anglace, Arnold Breault, Josephine Grailich, 1980; William Comboni, 
Chm., John F. Getlein, Dominick P. Jeanetti, Richard J. Pivirotto, Maryanne 
Rak, Nicholas Teodosio, 1982. — Pension Board, Joseph Ahearn, Jr., Chm., Joseph 
Babjak, Palma Boni, Edward G. Brickett, Helen Dripchak, Raymond A. Hardisty, 
John Kelleher, Leo P. Moscato. — Parking Authority, Nebi Hassan, Joseph Oliwa, 
Louis Pepe, Michael Petz, Walter Skowronski. — Planning Commission, Nicholas 
Valentino, Chm., John Benanto, Carmine Mennillo, Joseph Stankye, Arthur 
Waller. — Zoning Commission, Gerald F. Moscariello, Chm., Harry L. Block, 
James V. Cesario, Camille Nicosia, Stephen Opuszynski, Paul Piscitelli, Ronald 
Sill. — Zoning Board of Appeals, Walter Lungarini, Chm., John Lombardi, Secy., 
Lawrence Krueger, Vincent Lazzaro, Joseph Trapani; Alternates, William Ander- 
son, Donald Noto. — Zoning Enforcement Officer, Anthony Paupini. — Economic 
Development Commission, Anthony Caridi, Chm., Ralph Cairone, Dennis Dona- 
hue, David Heitz, Joseph Monaco, Jr., John Monahan, Walter Skowronski. — 
Capital Planning Commission, Michael Cirillo, Edward J. Cotter, Jr., Raymond A. 
Hardisty, Dominick P. Jeanetti, Leo P. Moscato, James F. Owens, Richard J. 
Pivirotto, Elmer Richter, Joseph Stankye, Kevin White. — Housing Authority, 
Sharon Jupin, Chm., Chester Gorzelany, Henry Lionetti, Jerry Romano, Constan- 
tino Testone; Patricia Mainolfi, Exec. Dir. — Conservation Commission, John 
McCormick, Chm., Richard Carloni, Linda Coppola, Robert Dirienzo, Rodney 
Erickson, Hazel Knapp, Jack LaRocca. — Inland Wetlands Commission, Andrew 
Baklik, Fred Columbo, Rodney Erickson, Jack LaRocca, James Walsh. — Elderly 
Commission, Daniel J. Heffernan, Chm., Rev. Jean Cole Arthur, Mary V. Crow- 
ley, Rev. Leonard J. Kvedas, Helen Lewis, Rowena Peck, Mary Pitney, Anne 
Scaife, Alice Stobierski, Josephine Taylor, Angelina Vitali. — Comr. of Charities, 
Harry Kinney. — Director of Health, David Sundmacker (P.O., Ansonia). — Li- 
brary Directors, Merritt C. Clark, Chm., Benjamin H. Bacon, Marie Cecarelli, 
Jane Cohen, Frances Y. Fallon, Elizabeth Micci, Carolyn Skelly, Richard Ward, 



TOWNS, CITIES AND BOROUGHS 371 

Harcourt Wood. — Recreation Commission, John Kelleher, Chm., William Clynch, 
Alphonse Vitello; Peter Adanti, Dir. — Dir. of Public Works, Richard J. Koroly- 
shun. — City Engineer, Eugene Diotalevi. — Sealer of Weights and Measures, Flavio 
Orazietti. — Building Inspector, Michael Cirillo. — Sewer Authority, Leo P. Mos- 
cato, Chm., Nardi Benanto, Ida Garofalo, John Kelleher, Thomas A. Mendyk, 
Asher Nickelsberg, Albert Norwood, Kevin White, Anthony P. Ziomek. — Lake 
Authority, Brian Coss, Chm., John Getlein, Hazel Knapp. — Chief of Police, An- 
drew J. Mancini. — Police Commission, Bedri Hassan, Samuel LaMonico. — City 
Sheriffs, William Lynch, Walter Nizgorski. — Chief of Fire Dept., Charles Stankye; 
Assts., Joseph Stobierski, 2nd, Thomas Francione, 3rd, James Butler. — Fire Mar- 
shal, Joseph Iacuone. — Fire Comr., Edward J. Cotter, Jr. — Civil Preparedness Di- 
rector, Franklin Crowley. — Corporation Counsel, James E. Cohen. — Justices of 
the Peace, John Benco, Grace Cesario, James E. Cohen, Freida D. Cronin, Rich- 
ard A. Grande, Nebi Hassan, Hazel J. Knapp, Charles J. Loria, Sharlene A. Mc- 
Evoy, Kathleen M. Monaco, Asher Nickelsberg, Walter Nizgorski, Patricia A. 
Novelli, Flavio Orazietti, Louis F. Pepe, Patricia B. Sandberg, Michael J. Scar- 
pulla, Marie V. Smith, Joseph C. Trapani, Harold B. Yudkin. 



DURHAM. Middlesex County. — (Form of government, selectmen, town 
meeting, board of finance.) — Named, May, 1704. Inc., Oct., 1708. Area, 23.3 sq. 
miles. Population, est., 5,200. Voting district, 1. Children, 1,985. Principal indus- 
tries, manufacture of metal boxes and cabinets, Venetian blinds, electrical supplies 
and tools. Transp. — Freight: Served by numerous motor common carriers. Post 
office, Durham. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Marjorie C. 
Hatch; Hours, 9 A.M. -4 P.M., Monday through Friday; 10-12 A.M., Saturday; 
Address, Town Hall, Town House Road, P.O. Box 246, 06422; Tel., Middletown, 
349-3452— Asst. Clerks and Asst. Regs, of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Mary G. Di- 
Mella, Mrs. Polly K. Hull. — Selectmen, 1st, Gregory G. Curtis, Dem. (Tel., 349- 
3625), Betty C. Wakeman, Dem., Lewis G. Hinman, Jr., Rep. — Treas., William A. 
Moore. — Agent of Town Deposit Fund, Catherine DeNunzio. — Board of Finance, 
Carl N. Otte, Chm., Elmer E. Clark, James B. Clifford, James D. Dean, Mary 
Jane Jewczyn, M. Foster Mather. — Tax Collector, Maryann P. Boord. — Board of 
Tax Review, John H. Stahl, Chm., John J. Donovan, Jeffrey A. Richards. — Asses- 
sors, Leland W. Seeton, Chm., Jesse Gullitti, Lewis G. Hinman, Jr. — Registrars of 
Voters, Natalie A. H. Church, Dem., Althea M. Parmelee, Rep. — Supt. of 
Schools, Howard F. Kelley. — Planning and Zoning Commission, Henry A. Robin- 
son, Chm., George Eames, III, C. James Gibbons, Warren Herzig, Edwin C. Hig- 
gins, Steven Kotowski, James Kowolenko, Robert L. Melvin, Marco Spatuzzi; 
Alternates, Jon Anderson, Patricia M. Berten, Dennis Klein. — Town Planner, 
Geoffrey L. Colegrove. — Zoning Board of Appeals, Ralph W. Moeller, Chm., 
George G. Carr, Raymond L. Taylor, Jack B. Tinkel, George R. Trapp; Alter- 
nates, Francis P. Boord, Frederick L. Jackson, Kai Thomenius. — Economic De>el- 
opment Commission, Adam V. Mitchell, Chm., Charles E. English, Edwin C. Hig- 
gins, Edward D. O'Connor, Richard C. Parmelee, Cleveland Stannard, Jr., Alfred 
W. Wakeman. — Conservation Commission, Richard Ackerman, Chm., Francis E. 



372 TOWNS, CITIES AND BOROUGHS 

Behrens, Sr., John DeNunzio, Marion E. Harvey, John Negrich, Herbert M. Pat- 
terson, Robert L. White, Mary Wilkinson, Dorothy Willett. — Inland Wetlands 
Commission, George R. Zeeb, Chm., Helmuth H. Brown, James M. Kowolenko, 
Frank Magnotta, Alois J. Petrzel, Emerson Smith, Leo V. Willett, Jr., M.D. — 
Historic District Commission, Kathryn G. Francis, Chm., Stanley J. Gifford, 
Joanne Salva, J. Richard Taylor, George R. Zeeb; Alternates, Carl H. Heck, 
George Neumann, Ellen M. Patterson. — Agent for the Elderly, Bernard Ba- 
ruschke. — Welfare Admr., Diane McCormick. — Library Directors, Susan D. Nel- 
son, Chm., Edward Hinman, Marcia L. Kalayjian, Mary McFeeley, Linda Paster- 
nak, Clare Thomenius, Janet L. Umlauf, Mary Wilkinson, Elaine Yakey. — 
Recreation Committee, Joseph E. Venuti, Jr., Chm., Helmuth H. Brown, Cather- 
ine S. DeVaux, James Lynch, David Montgomery, Peter E. Shuler, Thomas J. 
Tencza, Lorraine E. West; James Ford, Dir. — Town Engineer, Frank Magnotta. — 
Road Foreman, Robert S. Reilly. — Building Code Board of Appeals, Ronald West- 
fort, Chm., Joseph E. Banack, Rolf A. Florin, Ronald J. Markham, George A. 
Schaefer. — Building Commission, Malcolm B. Pearce, Jr., Chm., Irving Gross- 
man, George H. Planeta, Jr., Dean A. Thomasson. — Bldg. Insp., Sanitarian, Frank 
Magnotta. — Health Director, Leo V. Willett, Jr., M.D. — Tree Warden, Francis E. 
Behrens, Sr. — Chief of Police, Gregory G. Curtis. — Constables, Joseph E. Banack, 
Albert C. D'Acri, Stuart H. Dudley, Laurie Ann Hall, Malcolm B. Pearce, Jr., 
Harry C. Tiedemann, Lawrence H. Wimler. — Chief of Fire Dept., George Planeta, 
Jr.; Deputy, Francis E. Behrens, Jr. — Fire Marshal, Joseph J. Planeta. — Civil Pre- 
paredness Director, Malcolm B. Pearce, Jr. — Town Attorney, A. Thomas White, 
Jr. (P.O., Middletown). — Justices of the Peace, William J. Cahill, Jr., Lawrence T. 
Crawford, George M. Eames, III, Jeanne C. Goldner, Ronald J. Markham, James 
W. McLaughlin, Adam V. Mitchell, Ruth W. Tencza, David A. Werblow. 

EASTFORD. Windham County. — (Form of government, selectmen, town 
meeting.) — Inc., May, 1847; taken from Ashford. Area, 28.6 sq. miles. Population, 
est., 1,100. Voting district, 1. Children, 370. Principal industries, metal fabricating, 
horticulture and manufacture of wood products. Transp. — Freight: Served by nu- 
merous motor common carriers. Post office, Eastford; also rural delivery from 
Chaplin, Mansfield Center, Pomfret Center and Woodstock Valley. Voted No Liq- 
uor Permit, 1978. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Margaret G. 
Cooper; Hours, 1:30-5 P.M., Tuesday and Wednesday, and by appointment; Ad- 
dress, Town Office Bldg., Westford Rd., P.O. Box 97, 06242; Tel., Putnam, 974- 
1885— Asst. Clerk and Asst. Reg. of Vital Statistics, Edwin W. Cooper. — Select- 
men, 1st, John T. Savage, Rep. (Tel., 974-0133), Joseph St. King, Dem., James N. 
Whitehouse, Rep. — Treas. and Agent of Town Deposit Fund, Margaret W. Day. — 
Tax Collector, Barbara A. Black. — Board of Tax Review, Edward J. Jezierski, 
Chm., George H. Hotte, M. Keith Lewis. — Assessor, Louise Caya. — Registrars of 
Voters, Dagmar J. Noll, Dem., Barbara A. Black, Rep. — Supt. of Schools, Francis 
C. Stevens. — Board of Education, Thomas E. Calabrese, Janet Harrington, Clif- 
ford R. Noll, Jr., 1979; Russell H. Mayhew, Jr., Chm., Marianne E. Campbell, 
Mary Ellen Ellsworth, Laura C. Sanga, 1981. — Planning Commission, Clifford R. 
Noll, Jr., Henry P. Torcellini, Edward A. Trepal, Kenneth W. Walker; Alternate, 



TOWNS, CITIES AND BOROUGHS 373 

Ruth B. Newth. — Conservation and Inland Wetlands Commission, C. Franklyn 
Buell, Chm., Carol G. Baker, Otto King, Joseph Kozey, Joseph P. Meier, Joseph 
St. King, Henry P. Torcellini. — Agent for the Elderly, Lillian Pitschmann. — Direc- 
tor of Health, William Campbell, M.P.H. (P.O., Danielson).— Library Directors, 
Helen C. Sill, Chm., Linda A. Bibeault, Charles C. Downing, Mary W. Jezierski, 
Jean A. Moore, Barbara A. Noga, Mary Roto, Lewis R. Tucker, Jr., Ruth S. 
Yulo. — Recreation Commission, Lois J. Klee, Chm., Herman E. Barlow, Jr., Joel 
Cheney, Kenneth T. Green, Guy H. Grube, Barbara A. Noga, Kathleen C. Sou- 
kup, Effie J. Vinal. — Supt. of Streets, Arthur Newth. — Building Inspector, Sheldon 
Hopkins. — Tree Warden, Norman Green. — Chief of Police, John T. Savage. — 
Constables, Dana F. Basto, Joseph Kozey, Robert G. Newton. — Chief of Fire 
Dept., Richard M. Gagnon; Deputy, Clayton R. Shead, Jr. — Fire Marshal, Joseph 
P. Meier. — Civil Preparedness Director, Edward F. Staveski. — Town Attorney, 
John K. Harris, Jr. (P.O., Danielson). — Justices of the Peace, William B. Ander- 
son, Jr., Lelia H. French, Dorothy J. King, Charles Kozey, Robert B. McKay, 
Barbara A. Mitchell, Paul E. Nissen, Dagmar J. Noll, Robert P. Willis, Sr. 



EAST GRANBY. Hartford County. — (Form of government, selectmen, town 
meeting, board of finance.) — Inc., June, 1858; taken from Granby and Windsor 
Locks. Area, 17.4 sq. miles. Population, est., 4,100. Voting district, 1. Children, 
1,524. Principal industries, manufacturing and quarrying. Transp. — Freight: 
Served by numerous motor common carriers. Post office, East Granby. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Miriam W. 
Viets; Hours, 9-12 A.M., 1-4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday; Address, Town 
Hall, Center St., 06026; Tel., Simsbury, 653-6528.— Asst. Clerk and Asst. Reg. of 
Vital Statistics, Mrs. Marilyn L. Barstow. — Selectmen, 1st, Frank R. Rothammer, 
Rep. (Tel., 653-2576), Marita D. McDonough, Dem., Carolyn B. Phillips, Rep.— 
Treas., Miriam W. Viets. — Agent of Town Deposit Fund, Frank R. Rothammer. — 
Board of Finance, Arthur W. Barstow, Chm., Frank A. Beneski, Charles W. Cha- 
tey, Edward R. Hillman, Donald R. Holtman, Raymond M. Sisk, Jr.; Alternates, 
Charles F. Hunderlach, Jr., James R. McGough. — Tax Collector, Elizabeth G. 
Granger. — Board of Tax Review, Joseph L. McKinnie, Chm., Robert J. Creech, 
Walter M. Simmons. — Assessors, Roger H. Stowell, Chm., Frieda C. Falk, Mau- 
reen D. Joyce. — Registrars of Voters, Ann F. Fahr, Dem., Mary H. Hausmann, 
Rep. — Supt. of Schools, Alfred T. Lederman. — Board of Education, David L. Cur- 
rier, Robert J. Lawless, Leonard M. Lazar, 1980; Virginia Beekmann, Chm., Edith 
J. S. Doherty, Donna Mae Hopkins, 1982; James J. Feeney, Margaret J. Higgins, 
William W. Westervelt, 1984. — Planning and Zoning Commission, Albert F. Bid- 
dleman, Vice Chm., John J. Foy, Beverly W. Cecchini, Harold C. Holly, Jr., Fred- 
erick T. O'Brien, Robert A. Pesci; Alternates, David R. Barnes, Robert S. Fair- 
bairn. — Zoning Board of Appeals, Gordon E. Walker, Chm., Peter S. Cocolla, 
James L. Kugler, John R. Raflerty, Hugh Shaw, III; Alternates, James D. 
Crocker, Jr., Susan H. Levy, John C. Tseka. — Economic Development Commis- 
sion, Lowndes A. Smith, Chm., Edgar A. Boardman, Robert H. Gross, Jr., James 
A. Poirier, Leonard V. Quin, Stephan Stephansen, IV; William S. Mayer, Offi- 
cer. — Insurance Commission, William H. McDonough, Chm., Richard F. Ferrari, 



374 TOWNS. CITIES AND BOROUGHS 

Ro> Higgins. William B. Hopkins. Robert J. Lawless. — Conservation and Inland 
Wetlands Commission, Robert E. Connor. Chm., Franklin N. Brockett, Jr., Phi- 
lippe P. Fontaine. Ann V. Holliday, Edgar O. Naujoks, Valerie A. Zampag- 
lione. — Historical Committee, Walter Wileikis, Chm.. Marguerite F. Guinan, 
Helen K. Root, Mary Jane Springman, Roger H. Stowell. — Commission on Aging. 
Charles E. Moritz. Chm.. Betty Ann Foy, Conrad J. Hemond, Jr., Amy M. Hun- 
derlach, Arthur W. Johnson. Walter L. Pearce, Suzanne Shannahan. Carol M. 
Sisk. L. Mazie Yiets. — Senior Citizens Coordinator, Campbell B. Wilson. — Health 
Officer. Richard H. Matheny, Jr. — Medical Advisor. William S. Blomquist, M.D. 
(P.O.. Granby). — Parks and Recreation Commission, Jacqueline J. Venditto, 
Chm.. Luanne M. Chatey, Shirley Anne Cooper, Allen C. Frazier. Brenda Go- 
forth, Robert Pitney, Rebecca C. RafTerty. Judith E. Root, Helmut P. Stolz .— 
Building Inspector. Walter D. Hill. — Building Code Board of Appeals, Robert S. 
Loomis. — Sewer Authority, Charles V. Francis, Jr., Chm., Charles W. Chatey. 
Hubert C. Holden, Daniel J. Lizdas. Frederick T. O'Brien. — Tree Warden, Nico- 
laas A.M. van Noort. — Sanitarian, David Knauf. — Chief of Police, Frank R. Ro- 
thammer. — Constables, James D. Crocker, Jr.. Douglas H. Fuller. Thomas J. Ja- 
cius. Peter M. Laumark, Richard A. Livingston, James R. Meeker, Michael W. 
Pardue. — Chief of Fire Dept., Stewart A. Dewey; Deputy. Joseph A. Washburn. — 
Ci>il Preparedness Director, Hubert C. Holden. — Town Attorney, Philip D. 
Main. — Justices of the Peace, David R. Barnes, Edward V. Barth, Franklin N. 
Brockett. Jr., John J. Cooper. George E. Dutram. Ann F. Fahr, John C. Guinan, 
Mary H. Hausmann. Charles F. Hunderlach, Jr., Grace K. Keating. William H. 
McDonough. Lawrence P. Meyers. Carolyn B. Phillips. Frank R. Rothammer. 
Raymond M. Sisk, Jr., Joy R. Turner, Joann G. Walker. Albert R. Whitmore. 

FAST H ADD AM. Middlesex County. — (Form of government, selectmen, 
toun meeting, board of finance.) — Inc., May, 1734: taken from Haddam. Area, 
57.6 sq. miles. Population, est., 5,200. Voting district. 1. Children. 1.761. Principal 
industries, manufacture of nylon and cotton twine, fish nets, electrical specialties, 
tools for power industries, plumbing and heating products, gun mfg.. lamp shades, 
concrete products; numerous summer resorts and the Goodspeed Opera Flouse are 
located here. Transp. — Passenger: Served by buses of Greyhound. Freight: Served 
b\ numerous motor common carriers. Post offices. East Haddam and Moodus. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs Mildred E. 
Quinn; Hours. 9-12 A.M.. 1-4 P.M.. Mondav through Fridav; Address. Town Of- 
fice Bldg.. Goodspeed Plaza. 06423: Tel.. Moodus^ 873-8279.— Asst. Clerk and 
\sst. Reg. of Vital Statistics, Constance Trella. — Selectmen. 1st. Douglas J. Fer- 
rar>. Dem. (Tel., 873-8615), Edmund J. Gubbins. Dem.. Gustaf E. Dill, Rep — 
Treas. and Agent of Town Deposit Fund, Jacqueline A. Bower. — Board of Finance, 
James F. Banks. Chm.. Norman R. Gobelle, Alan Kiley. John A. Van Horn, Kath- 
leen A. Winter. Edward A. Wocl. — Tax Collector. Rudolph R. Hoffmann. — Board 
of Tax Review, Anthony DePaulo, Chm., John Blaschik. Harold G. Helmboldt. — 
\^essor. Richard K. Feegel. — Registrars of Voters, Beatrice S. Balvin. Dem.. 
Mar\ Dean. Rep. — Supt. of Schools. Joseph F. McSweeney. — Board of Education. 
Kingsle> W. Cone, Chm., Susan Banner, Everett L. Herden, 1979; Noreen H. 
Greene. Laurie W. King. George W. Ryczek, 1981: Niles Helmboldt. Kathleen E. 



TOWNS, CITIES AND BOROUGHS 375 

Michalski, Richard D. Parker, 1983. — Planning and Zoning Commission, Jack H. 
Gibbs, Chm., Arthur Donnellan, Elmer G. Miller, Jr., John F. Piontkowski, Marc 
C. Schroeder, Amos Shepard, John R. Wojewudski; Alternates, George M. Grei- 
der, Delano W. Peckham, Lorraine T. Twiss. — Zoning Board of Appeals, Stuart 
Wood, Chm., David Allen, Walter J. Bielot, Thomas D. Jahelka, Sidney Jones; 
Alternates, Robert H. Ballek, Norman R. Gobelle, John A. Jascot. — Zoning En- 
forcement Officer, Allan R. Johanson. — Conservation Commission, Arthur S. Mer- 
row, Chm., Donald J. Coltart, Marilyn J. Dupuis, Stephen Gephard, Joseph Par- 
kos, Jr., Jane Viggiani. — Inland Wetlands Commission, Robert Casner. Chm.. 
Irving Davis, Stephen Gephard, Barbara Kashanski, John Mozzotta, Whitelaw 
Wilson. — Historic District Commission, Michael E. Gross, Chm., Marjorie F. 
Bishop, Richard W. Everett, Dr. Karl Stofko, Ernest N. Way; Alternates, Ray- 
mond E. Hughes, Benedict Totten, Alma Williams. — Agent for the Elderly, An- 
drew J. Maragliano. — Board of Public Health, Joan Wolter, Chm.. Joyce Adrian, 
Jean Banks, Jeanne Brindle, Henrietta Cannatta, Lucynda Friel, Barbara Kiley, 
Rose Marie Miner, David Rogers, David Rowland, Elaine Schmittberger, Dr. 
Karl P. Stofko. — Library Directors, Walter J. Bielot, Chm., Hala Brownell, Helen 
Brownell, Arthur Donnellan, Jr., Harriet Fournier, Alan Kiley, Eva Klosowicz. 
Anna Landauer, Mildred I. Luther, Josephine McMullen. Dan Maus, Margaret 
Maus, Bertha Pear, James D. Raitt, George W. Ryczek, Elsie T. Snell. Joseph 
Tesar, Helen Thomas. — Recreation Commission, Robert A. McWaid. Chm., Lois 
R. Baker, Alan Kiley, David Klar, Kevin M. Maynard, Ruth Moore. Sandra Spen- 
cer, Frederick A. Tuttle. Charles Wolf, Jr. — Director of Public Works, Sidney 
Jones. — Tree Warden, Edward J. Roczniak. — Building Inspector, Paul E. D'Orio. 
— Building Code Board of Appeals, Daniel Maus, Jr., Chm., Rudolph R. Hoff- 
mann, Thomas D. Jahelka, Joseph Pach, Julius R. Schwab. — Chief of Police, 
Douglas J. Ferrary. — Constables, Lawrence Amero, John J. Blaschik. Jr., George 
Corbeil, Felix Czaja, III, Raymond Hart, Nancy Haslam, Richard W. Haslam. 
Joseph Jahelka, Thomas D. Jahelka, Elizabeth A. Johnson, Harold Johnson, 
George E. Lathrop, Charles Maly, Timothy J. Moore, Kenneth Owens, Louis W. 
Shumbo, Sidney Winakor, William J. Winakor. — Chief of Fire Dept., John Shan- 
aghan; Deputy, Edward Smith. — Fire Marshal, Joseph Pach. — Board of Fire 
Comrs., William Hood, Sr., Chm., James F. Banks, John Blaschik, Sr. — Civil Pre- 
paredness Director, Ernest Bourgeois, Sr.. William Hood, Sr. — Town Attorneys, 
Rvan and Ryan. — Justices of the Peace, George A. Comer, Albert H. Cooper. 
Harriet Cummings, Frank W. Davis. Jr.. Everett L. Herden. Jr.. Mar\ Ellen 
Klinck, Adele Miller, Peter Ragaglia, David Silberstein. Joyce Simon. Leonard 
Swan. Judith P. L'rbano. 



FAST HAMPTON. Middlesex County. — (Form of government, selectmen, 
chief administrative officer, town meeting, board of finance.) — Inc., as Chatham. 
Oct., 1767; taken from Middletown. Area, 36.8 sq. miles. Population, est.. 8.400. 
Voting districts, 2. Children, 2,857. Principal industries, manufacture of bells, in- 
dustrial nets, paper boxes, witch hazel and perfumes, wooden decorative accesso- 
ries, tools and dies, silver and crystal holloware, forestry. Transp. — Passenger 
Served by buses of Greyhound. Freight: Served by numerous motor common car- 
riers. Post offices. Cobalt, East Hampton and Middle Haddam. 



376 TOWNS, CITIES AND BOROUGHS 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Pauline L. 
Markham; Hours, 8:30 A.M. -4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday; Saturday by 
appointment; Address, Town Hall, 20 East High St., 06424; Tel., 267-2519.— Asst 
Clerk and Asst. Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Elizabeth A. Ingraham. — Selectmen 
Eaton E. Smith, Dem., Chm. (Tel., 267-4468), Rowland Beaulieu, Sr., Dem 
Mary Ann Barton, Rep., Everett R. Breece, Jr., Rep., Anthony Bracha, Dem.- 
Chief Administrative Officer, Eugene A. Schiller. — Treas. and Agent of Town De 
posit Fund, Laurence T. Walsh. — Board of Finance, George K. White, Chm., Er 
nest Cordeiro, Thomas D'Aquila, Marjorie L. Dyer, Denis Farnell, William 
Grady, Gerald Pawlich, Pauline Runnels, Edward H. Tibbets. — Tax Collector 
Maria B. Durkin. — Board of Tax Review, Norman Roark, Chm., Lloyd Bartlett 
Francis Valli. — Assessor, Sherwood Vermilya. — Registrars of Voters, 1st Dist. 
Gladys Smith, 2nd Dist., Elsie Becker, Dem.; 1st Dist., Jane Christopher, 2nd 
Dist., Leonard Blake, Rep. — Supt. of Schools, William F. Mullin. — Board of Edu 
cation, William Dillon, Ronald Gerst, Elizabeth Treat, 1979; Winifred S. Flan 
nery, Chm., Carol Lane, William Parkin, 1981; Gerald Foster, Audrey Heidel 
Raymond S. Thatcher, 1983. — Planning Commission, John Calvocoressi, Chm. 
Richard Bolles, Charles Ottone, Neil Taty, Francis Walsh; Alternates, John Gey 
sen, Richard King, Robert Ostergren. — Zoning Commission, John Wall, Chm. 
Paul Carrier, Jr., Stephen A. Harriman, Anthony Manafort, Peter Rossi; Alter 
nates, Max Kay, Richard Knotek, Gary Rioux. — Zoning Board of Appeals. 
Charles B. Nichols, Chm., Thomas DiStefano, Jr., Louis Loffredo, Alfred Royce 
Jr., Richard Wall; Alternates, Richard Grenier, Robert Heidel, Robert Pon- 
chak. — Housing Authority, John O'Neil, Chm., Joan Barbour, Benjamin Bidwell 
William Bournmen, Laurent T. Poulin. — Conservation Commission, Robert Fales 
Chm., Jeffry Foran, Ronald Hastings, Howard Helveston. — Inland Wetlands 
Commission, David Boule, Chm., Doris Barton, Robert Cramer, Thomas Den- 
man, Jeffry Foran, Stephen Harriman, Herbert Strickland. — Historic District 
Commission, Curtiss S. Johnson, Chm., George Creeger, Theodore Hintz, Lois 
McCutcheon, John Nilsen; Alternate, Minor Kretzmer. — Agent for the Elderly, 
Thelma Mack. — Welfare Director, Eugene Schiller; Asst., Mary Lunden. — Direc- 
tor of Health, Michael Green, M.D. — Library Directors, T. Barry Nelles, Chm., 
Jeannette Barton, Suzanne C. Battit, Barbara Helveston, David Kneeland, Cather- 
ine Mazur, Clair O'Neil, Louise O'Neill, George Wolfson. — Parks and Recreation 
Commission, Linda Wallace, Chm., Alan Battit, William Brown, George Hatch, 
William Marshall, David Purple, Suzanne Redfield. — Director of Youth Services, 
John J. Raymond. — Youth Advisory Committee, Mary Ann Barton, Barbara 
Brien, Pat Kimball, Kenneth King, Steve Kissinger, Mary Ann Olzacki, John Ray- 
mond, Eleanor Wood. — Director of Public Works, Rocco Ferro; Asst., Louis Pet- 
tingill. — Tree Warden, Davis Strong. — Town Engineer, David Mylchreest. — 
Building Inspector, Joseph Becker, Jr. — Building Code Board of Appeals, Gordon 
Archambault, Harrison Gorin, Ralph Gross, Fred Hecht, John Nilsen. — Sewer 
Authority, Myron Poliner, Chm., Joseph Banning, John Bear, Richard Geary, Dr. 
Joe W. Peoples, Robert States, Allen Tolhurst. — Sanitarian, Philip Block. — Chief 
of Police, Dean True. — Police Commission, Anthony Flannery, Chm., Gordon 
Hallberg, William Hughes, Mary Ann Olzacki, Andrew Seamster. — Constables, 
Benjamin F. Burdick, Raymond Chamis, Donald J. Lynch, Arno Pfau, Leland 
Plummer, Robert Schunk, William E. Siena, Jr. — Chief of Fire Dept., Philip Vis- 



TOWNS, CITIES AND BOROUGHS 377 

intainer; Deputy, Donald Ingraham. — Fire Marshal, Howard J. Engel, Jr. — Board 
of Fire Comrs., Richard Grenier, Chm., Bernard Coughlin, Raymond Jordon, Carl 
Ostergren, Charles Redfield. — Civil Preparedness Director, Bertram Bisantz. — 
Town Attorney, Daniel B. Ryan. — Justices of the Peace, Rowland Beaulieu, Sr., 
Leonard Blake, Robert Brindley, Paul Carrier, Jr., J. Conrad Guerette, Joseph 
Koch, Carol Lane, Morris Lanzi, Ann R. McLaughlin, John O'Neil, Robert Os- 
tergren, Betsy Smith, Gladys Smith, Allyn Sweet, Gerald Wall, Richard Wall. 



FAST HARTFORD. Hartford County. — (Form of government, strong 
mayor, town council.) — Inc., Oct., 1783; taken from Hartford. Area, 18.1 sq. 
miles. Population, est., 54,300. Voting districts, 13. Children, 15,228. Principal 
industries, the manufacture of precision parts and aircraft engines, steel fabrica- 
tion, tobacco growing and processing, paper manufacturing, appliances, television 
and radio, canned goods, dairy products, stamp and die plates, small tools, farm 
machinery, metal working, bulk oil storage and distribution, bottling plants and 
candy manufacturing. Transp. — Passenger: Served by buses of The Eastern Bus 
Lines, Inc. from Enfield; Conn. Transit from Hartford, Manchester. Rockville, 
South Windsor and Glastonbury; Post Road Stages, Inc. from Stafford Springs; 
Barstow Transp. from Putnam; and The Arrow Line, Inc. from East Hartford. 
Freight: Served by Conrail and numerous motor common carriers. Post office. East 
Hartford (branch of Hartford post office). 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, John J Barry, Jr.; 

Hours, 8:30 A.M.-4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday; Address, Town Hall, 740 
Main St., 06108; Tel., Hartford, 289-2781, Ext. 231.— Asst. Clerks, Marilyn F. 
Trachtman, Evelyn M. Di Pietro. — Asst. Reg. of Vital Statistics, Kathleen G. Cun- 
ningham. — Mayor, Richard H. Blackstone, Dem.; Deputy, George A. Dagon. — 
Town Council, George A. Dagon, Chm., Esther B. Clarke, William B. Dailey, 
Harry A. Egazarian, John G. Finnegan, Henry J. Genga, Robert F. Ryan. Domi- 
nick J. Serignese, Richard M. Torpey. — Selectmen, Edward W. Fitzgerald, Ro- 
land J. Bernier, J. Roger Pelletier. — Treas. and Agent of Town Deposit Fund, Don- 
ald F. Bates. — Director of Finance, Richard C. Harvey. — Tax Collector, Raymond 
S. Slanda. — Board of Tax Review, J. Lucien Plante, Chm.. Robert DePietro, 
James Trail. — Assessor, Anthony S. Barber. — Registrars of Voters, V. James Del- 
laripa, Dem., Mary J. Mourey, Rep. — Supt. of Schools, Eugene A. Diggs. — Board 
of Education, Lawrence DelPonte, Chm., Emery C. Daly, Robert Damaschi, Tim- 
othy Dwyer, Joan Flannery, John Larson, 1979; Dorothy Carey, Salvatore G. In- 
gallinera, Richard Veltri, 1981. — Planning and Zoning Commission, Walter F. 
Forrest, Chm., Frederick E. Bartlett, Jack W. Davis, G. Barry Goodberg. John M. 
Grottole, Anthony Kayser. John McMartin; Alternates, Albin C. Anderson. Rob- 
ert Connors, John Krysakowski. — Town Planner, John J. Shemo. — Zoning Board 
of Appeals, Anthony J. Roberto, Chm., Dominic Bonadies, Robert Burns. Robert 
Damaschi, Mar) Finnegan; Alternates, James DeLeo, John Delia Ripa. Joan 
Stuka. — Economic Development Commission, Arthur G. Girouard. Chm., Mayor 
Richard H. Blackstone, Charles H. Cass. Frank J. Collins. Jr., Joseph Egan. Ham 
Egazarian, Maxwell Friedman, Dennis Hickey. Roxie Leone, John Logan. Robert 
Ryan. — Development Director, Warren H. Sullivan. — Redevelopment Agenc>, 



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Frank C. Collins, Jr., Chm., Maurice Belanger, John M. Griffith, Ann McWalter, 
Russell W. Richards. — Housing Authority, Raymond Lavey, Chm., Leo J. Bond, 
Jr., John McNamara, Constance O'Brien, Albert J. Thomas; Nicholas Giamalis, 
Exec. Dir. — Conservation and Environment Commission, J. Leslie Van Camp, 
Chm., Mary Dowden, Clarence Glover, Michael Marin, Lee Palino, Robert Ryan, 
Pasquale Salemi, Jr. — Inland Wetlands Commission, Henry J. Genga, Chm., Wil- 
liam B. Dailey, Jr., Michael Marin, Robert Ryan, Dominick J. Serignese, Eliza- 
beth Squires, J. Leslie Van Camp. — Commission on Services for Elderly, Eldridge 
Benedict, Chm., Frances Bilodeau, Margaret Bjorkland, Alice Cormier, Dorothy 
Glover, Angelina R. Thomas, Elsie Whitford. — Human Rights Committee, Mack 
Hawkins, Chm., Ken Carrier, Allan T. Driscoll, Janet Lynch, J. Rita Murray, 
Carol Noel, Lee Palino, two vacancies. — Social Services Director, Helen Quinn. — 
Director of Health, John N. Gallivan, M.D. (P.O., Wethersfield).— Fine Arts Com- 
mission, Dr. Elliot R. Arden, Chm., John Anderson, Regina Barall, Barbara Ba- 
rone, Terrye Blackstone, Lillian Goodberg, Mary Magruder, John Marquis, Doris 
Mortimer, Wilma Older, Wandakay Parker, Doris Rayner, Mary Beth Reid, Dan 
L. Russell, Evelyn Unrig. — Dir., Parks and Recreation, Fred N. Balet; John P. 
Kershaw, Asst. — Dir. of Youth Services, Eugene P. Marchand. — Dir. of Public 
Works, Arthur J. Mulligan; Asst., Robert J. Mathiau. — Purchasing Agent, John 
R. Martin. — Town Engineer, Charles Sheehan. — Supt. of Highways, Robert Par- 
ker. — Dir. of Licenses and Inspections, Frank N. Barone. — Sealer of Weights and 
Measures, Anthony A. Roberto. — Bldg. Admin. Asst. and Dir., Thomas Tracy. — 
Building Code Board of Appeals, Joseph DeSantis, Chm., Charlie Brewer, Timothy 
Dwyer, Charles Eisenhardt, Clarence Glover. — Supt. of Sanitation, Harry Cong- 
don. — Sanitarians, Robert Keating, Raymond J. Quinn. — Chief of Police, Clar- 
ence A. Drumm. — Constables, C. Edwin Carlson, Charles H. Clarke, Fred J. Cyr, 
Steven R. Hudak, Thomas L. Kelly, Robert Morelli, Anthony J. Roberto. — Chief 
of Fire Dept., Michael J. Fitzgerald; Deputy, Thomas J. Dawson. — Fire Marshal, 
John F. Armstrong. — Town Attorney, F. Timothy McNamara. — Justices of the 
Peace, Frederick E. Bartlett, Roland J. Bernier, Irene G. Bray, Alfred H. Brooks, 
C. Edwin Carlson, Robert W. Cashman, Esther B. Clarke, Paul L. Colla, William 
B. Dailey, Jr., Roger E. Dubiel, Kenneth K. Elkins, John G. Finnegan, Anne R. 
Fornabi, Henry P. Guerette, John R. Marquis, Toimi K. Martikainen, Austin R. 
McKee, Cyril M. Mizla, Richard L. Mourey, Roland A. Pepin, Flora E. Shirah, E. 
Charles Stebbins, Thomas A. Tedford, Jr., Albert J. Thomas, Thomas J. Totten, 
James A. Trail. 

EAST HAVEN. New Haven County. — (Form of government, mayor, town 
council, board of finance.) — Inc., May, 1785; taken from New Haven. Area, 12.6 
sq. miles. Population, est., 24,300. Voting districts, 6. Children, 8,396. Principal 
industry, agriculture; several small manufacturing plants are located here. 
Transp. — Passenger: Served by buses of Conn. Transit from New Haven and Bran- 
ford; by Beebe Transp. from Clinton and David's Bus Service. Freight: Served by 
Conrail and numerous motor common carriers. Post office. East Haven. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, John T Brereton; 
Hours, 9 A.M.-5 P.M., Monday through Friday; Address, 250 Main St., 06512; 
Tel., New Haven, 469-531 1, Ext. 201 .—Asst. Clerk, Mrs. Marion J. Wilchinski — 



TOWNS, CITIES AND BOROUGHS 379 

Asst. Regs, of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Marian R. Condie, Mrs. Roberta C. Watts, 
Mrs. Marion J. Wilchinski. — Mayor, Anthony Proto, Jr., Dem. — Town Council, 
William J. Zampa, Chm., Anthony Bagnoli, Barbara F. Cunningham, Ann T. 
Delia Camera, Frances Griego, Mary V. McMahon, Marjorie R. Mitchell, An- 
thony E. Perillo, Shirley Pero, Stephen J. Russo, Carmen Savo, Nicholas J. 
Vaiuiso, Marilyn Vitale. — Selectmen, Alphonse G. Guidone, Jr., Paul Norwood, 
Mrs. Rudolph A. Schmidt, Jr. — Director of Finance, Irving H. Peck. — Comptrol- 
ler, Anthony Landino. — Treas. and Agent of Town Deposit Fund, Salvatore Longo- 
bardi. — Board of Finance, Mayor Anthony Proto, Jr., Chm., ex-officio; Lawrence 
Brustman, Anthony F. Carrano, Charles Schlegal, Theodore J. Turek, Andrew J. 
Verderame, Joseph A. Vitale. — Tax Collector, Yolanda H. Barraco. — Board of 
Tax Review, John McGartland, Chm., Louis Coppola, Jerry Volpe. — Assessor, 
Harry E. Morgan. — Registrars of Voters, Nunzio F. Perno, Dem., Anthony P. 
Calandro, Rep. — Supt. of Schools, George Barbarito. — Board of Education, Ger- 
ald Cuddy, V. William Farat, Joseph Giammattei, 1979; Joanne Esposito, An- 
thony Marino, Ann Saiano, 1981; James F. Krebs, Chm., Francis Gravino, Regi- 
ano Marini, 1983. — Planning and Zoning Commission, Pasquale Romano, Chm., 
Rody Bertolini, Mario Giaimo, Ferdinand Russo, James V. Thomas, Jr.; Alter- 
nates, Richard Claus, Frank Cretella, Pat Parillo. — Town Planner, Anthony Pan- 
ico. — Zoning Board of Appeals, John Tinari, Chm., Savino Caponera, Charles 
Coyle, Sr., John Morra, Anthony Ventura; Alternates, Louis Bosson. Lorraine 
Moscato, Victor Popolizio. — Economic Development Commission, Jeremiah Ca- 
marota, Chm., Joseph Bittner, Joseph Di Natale, Neil Longobardi. Dr. Louis Pel- 
legrino; Nicholas Amodio, Exec. Dir. — Urban Renewal and Housing Agency, Jud- 
son Moore, Chm., Henry Luzzi, John Messina, John J. Mulhern, Joseph 
Petrosino. — Housing Authority, Dr. Louis Pellegrino, Chm., Dominic Bosco, Law- 
rence Burns, Arlene French, Thomas Grantland. — Airport Zoning Board, Andrew 
Gambardella, Joseph Pelleccio. — Inland Wetlands Commission, Ronald Toothe. 
Chm., Andrew Cianelli, Violet Scobie, Michael Streeto, Pauline Tinari. — Flood 
and Erosion Control Board, Richard Crook, Chm., Robert DeCesare, Joseph Di 
Reinzo, JefTery Green, Sandra Weir. — Commission on Aging, Margaret Flanagan. 
Chm., Emily Jones, Mary Medrano. — Agent for the Elderly, Vincent Gagliardi. — 
Human Services Commission, Gail Verderame, Chm., Elizabeth Mattei, Elaine 
McMahon, Harry E. Morgan, Margaret Regan. — Director of Human Senices, 
Phillip Lysiak. — Welfare Director, George Grandinette. — Director of Health, Pat- 
rick Accardi, M. P. H — Board of Ethics, Rev. Wallace Matsen, Chm., Theodora 
Goodwin. Rev. Dennis Hussey. — Personnel Appeals Board, James F. Krebs. Chm.. 
Evelyn Barron, Louise Giammattei, Donald Mack, Robert Manfreda. — Library 
Directors. Katherine Byrne, Chm., Gloria Caponera, Eileen DeMayo. William J. 
Feene\, Helen Gagliardi, Mary Miessau, Salvatore Petonito, Ralph Rosato. Di- 
nah Virgulto. — Parks and Recreation Commission, Robert D. Lawlor. Chm.. Wil- 
liam Acquarulo, Clement Griego, Richard Listro, Pasquale Perrelli; Richard 
Kross. Dir. — Sup>r. of Public Works, Dominick Redente. — Building Inspector, 
John Limoncelli. — Purchasing Agent, Raymond Miniter. — Sewer Authority, Wil- 
liam Ginnetti, Chm., Walter Lynn, Jr., John Melillo, Joseph Rollo, Ferdinand 
Russo, Jr.— Chief of Police, Joseph Pascarella; Deputy, William Hubbard.— Po- 
lice Commission, Salvatore Longobardi, Chm., Anthony Arminio. Michael De- 
Milo, Luco Meoli, Edward Prete. — Constables, Albert J. Casagrande. Alphonse 



380 TOWNS, CITIES AND BOROUGHS 

Gambardella, Ralph Gambardella, Genevieve Karbowski, Richard LiPuma, Rob- 
ert V. Mingione, Dominick Monaco. — Chief of Fire Dept., Civil Preparedness Dir., 
William Morgan; Fire Deputy, Howard Weir. — Fire Marshal, William Jackson. — 
Board of Fire Comrs., John J. O'Neill, Chm., Martin DeFelice, Joseph De Palma, 
Stanley Morcus, Joseph Travaglino. — Town Attorney, John E. Leary, Jr. — Jus- 
tices of the Peace, Michael L. Barbaro, Louis Campano, Jr., George F. Coleman, 
Angelo R. Corrone, Rose DeMilo, Thomas E. Donegan, Charles G. Fischer, 
Louise G. Fodero, Leatrice C. Garitta, Marie T. Guidone, Mary V. McMahon, 
Angelina Meoli, John Messina, George H. Mix, Josephine E. Redente, Edward 
Rustic, Anthony J. Teodosio, Margaret H. Thomas, Frank S. Vicinanza, Mar- 
garet L. Weir. 

EAST LYME. New London County. — (Form of government, selectmen, 
town meeting, board of finance.) — Inc., May, 1839; taken from Lyme and Water- 
ford. Area, 34.8 sq. miles. Population, est., 13,700. Voting districts, 2. Children, 
5,063. Principal industries, boat marinas, machine companies, electronic manufac- 
turing, warehouses, the bleaching of textiles, sport fishing and allied resort indus- 
tries. Transp. — Freight: Served by Conrail and numerous motor common carriers. 
Post offices, East Lyme and Niantic. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Joseph R. McGrath; 
Hours, 8:30 A.M.-4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday; Address, 108 Pennsylvania 
Ave., P.O. Box 519, Niantic 06357; Tel., Niantic, 739-6931, Ext. 35.— Asst. Clerks 
and Asst. Regs, of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Elizabeth J. Taylor, Mrs. Esther B. Wil- 
liams. — Selectmen, 1st, George J. Seebeck, Rep. (P.O. Box 519, Niantic; Tel., 739- 
6931), Walter P. Cullen, Rep., Eugene C. Cushman, Dem., Paul J. McDonough, 
Dem., F. Kent Sistare, Jr., Rep., Nancy Willetts, Rep. — Treas. and Agent of Town 
Deposit Fund, Paul G. Zaehringer (P.O., Niantic). — Board of Finance, William M. 
Grover, Chm., Edwin P. Brinkman, William J. Ebersole, Jr., Kenneth M. Mc- 
Keever, Richard N. Robertson, Seymour M. Zlotnick. — Tax Collector, Jeanette 
DiGiovanna. — Board of Tax Review, Norman D. Davis, Chm., Mary G. Bishop, 
Richard S. Chapman. — Assessor, Vernon E. Smith. — Registrars of Voters, Paul F. 
Anger, Dem., Harold Summerscales, Rep. — Supt. of Schools, John A. Whritner. 
— Board of Education, Nathan Belcher, Chm., Barbara G. Farnan, Allan B. Glick- 
stein, Rosalyn S. Kline, Dennis J. Murphy, Jr., Leon R. Petersen, Ross L. Stri- 
bling, 1979; Sarah H. Fenick, Aida Ramirez-De-Arellano, Ronald Stevens, 
1981. — Planning Commission, David Aston, Chm., James Donovan, Clifford J. 
Kramm, Michael J. Pray, Gene Showalter, James Watkins; Alternates, Arthur H. 
Burnett, Janice Chester, Louis E. Pelissier. — Zoning Commission, William Mount- 
zoures, Chm., Robert F. Myers, Paul B. Smith, Clifford L. Stehle, Ronald N. 
Taylor, vacancy. — Zoning Board of Appeals, Francis H. Hunt, Chm., Gordon 
Fraser, Fred L. Glynn, Richard W. Goode, John L. Kivlin; Alternates, Casimir P. 
Kalafarski, Genevieve T. Mason, Edwin McDonough. — Economic Development 
Commission, Harvey Gaylord, Chm., John J. Connolly, Patricia C. Foley, Clyde L. 
Gilbert, Richard A. Mingo, Gary J. Orefice, Faye Vathauer. — Redevelopment 
Agency, Abraham Fisher, Jasper N. Green, Gilman C. Gunn, Jr., Kenneth L. War- 
ner, William J. Willetts, Jr. — Conservation and Inland Wetlands Commission, Bar- 
bara Brown, Chm., Douglass E. Brown, Robert S. DeSanto, Frank H. Hoagland 



TOWNS, CITIES AND BOROUGHS 381 

III, Harold R. Potts Jr., Margaret Dee Schantz. — Flood and Erosion Control 
Board, Thomas Connelly, Chm., Alvern E. Beebe, James J. Gallagher, James 
Kettgen, Darrell Mclntyre. — Commission on Aging, Milton Hilliar, Chm., An- 
thony DiGiovanna, Irene Murray, Clifford Ness, Sr., Luane Rue, Mary Ellen 
Smith; Virginia R. White, Agent. — Director of Social Services, Helen Cairns. — 
Director of Health, George Burton, M.D. (P.O., New London). — Parks and Recre- 
ation Commission, Alvin J. Colby, Chm., Joseph L. Corbett, Frederick R. Hollen- 
donner, E. Royal Marshall, Robert Tobin, James W. Tripp; Samuel L. Peretz, 
Dir. — Town Engineer, James C. Spencer. — Supt. of Highways, Robert L. Beck- 
ett. — Building Inspector, Ernest E. Busch. — Building Code Board of Appeals, Rich- 
ard C. Caulkins, Chm., John Cutillo III, Donald Filosi, James Hunter, Richard J. 
Nystrom. — Water and Sewer Commission, George J. Seebeck, Chm., Henno Allik, 
James M. Cameron, Peter M. Ferraro, Richard F. Jones, Donald E. Kolowsky, 
Richard L. Lougee, Granville R. Morris, Norman Victor; Philip Lutzi, Water 
Engr. — Shell Fish Commission, Robert L. Porter, Chm., Roger E. Ailing, Bernice 
Wheeler. — Sanitarian, George Caulkins. — Tree Warden, Wesley Jezierski. — Chief 
of Police, George J. Seebeck. — Constables, Dennis Atwood, Robert C. Broga, 
Robert T. Cutillo, Joseph L. Dunn, William H. Kerr, Eric Kwasniewski, Donald 
W. Marr, David J. Murphy, George Rathbun, Stephen Rebelowski, Robert B. 
Smith, William J. Stazick. — Chiefs of Fire Dept., Frederick A. Johnson (Niantic), 
William H. Kerr (Flanders). — Fire Marshal, Harry E. Jordan. — Civil Prepared- 
ness Director, Robert D. Hughes. — Town Attorney, Robert W. Marrion (P.O., 
New London). — Justices of the Peace, Paul F. Anger, Elizabeth Aston, Josephine 
P. Beebe, Mary G. Bishop, Joseph P. Bobinski, Kevin E. Booth, Peter H. Brouwer, 
Thomas N. Cairns, James M. Cameron, John Capponi, Richard C. Caulkins, 
Donald P. Cone, Stephen Corbett, Eugene C. Cushman, Sylvia Cushman, Cather- 
ine W. Devine, Jeanette DiGiovanna, Nicholas Dousis, Edward H. Drea, Sr., Nar- 
cyz Dubicki, William J. Ebersole, Jr., Abraham I. Fisher, Patricia C. Foley, Vir- 
ginia J. Furnholm, Allan B. Glickstein, Fred L. Glynn, Gilman C. Gunn, Jr., 
Leonora M. Hinson, Peter Horn, Dorothy B. Huntington, George P. Jank, John P. 
Kendros, Leone G. Kennedy, James Kettgen, Mary-Elizabeth Kish, Kenneth A. 
Leary, Thomas P. Levanti, James T. Loftis, Richard L. Lougee, Raymond R. 
Loughman, Joyce L. Mayfield, Paul J. McDonough, Kenneth M. McKeever, Leo 
J. McNamara, Lillian W. Merritt, Arlene R. Morris, Edward V. Morris, William 
Mountzoures, Doris Mugge, Francis J. Parkinson, Dorothy R. Perkins, Tennyson 
G. Perkins, Lydia R. Petersen, William P. Powers, Thomas C. Rando, Lois B. 
Riozzi, Robert N. Rue, George J. Seebeck, Frank T. Smith, Michael A. Snitkin, 
Doris E. Sobiech, Pamela Stevens, Ronald Stevens, Robert D. Tobin, Edward S. 
Tregger, Judith A. Warner, Kenneth L. Warner, James C. Watkins, Constance T. 
Whitbeck, William J. Willetts, Jr., Esther B. Williams, Genevieve M. Zaehringer. 

EASTON. Fairfield County. — (Form of government, selectmen, town meet- 
ing, board of finance.) — Inc., May, 1845; taken from Weston. Area, 28.8 sq. miles. 
Population, est., 6,200. Voting district, 1 . Children. 1 ,994. Residential community. 
Transp. — Passenger: Served by buses of the Chieppo Bus Co. Freight: Served by 
numerous motor common carriers. Post office, Easton. Rural free delivery from 
Fairfield, Weston, West Redding, and Monroe; mounted route from Bridgeport 
and Trumbull. 



382 TOWNS, CITIES AND BOROUGHS 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Carl Mlinar; Hours, 
8:30-12 A.M., 1-4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday; Address, Town Hall, 225 
Center Rd., 06612; Tel., Bridgeport, 268-6291, 268-6292.— Asst. Clerk and Asst. 
Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Harriet S. Laskay. — Selectmen, 1st, Charles R. Feld, 
Rep. (Tel., 268-6291), Ronald D. Williams, Rep., Joseph W. Schwartz, Dem.— 
Treas., Leon E. Induni. — Agent of Town Deposit Fund, George S. Oddy. — Board 
of Finance, Hilmer J. Nelson, Chm., J. Raymond Candee, Deborah C. Herron, 
Paul M. Kelly, William H. Moffitt, IV, Robert Shook.— Board of Ethics, John 
Bromer, Chm., Ruth L. Powell, Secy., Daisey Colonnese, Peter Salsbury, George 
Shamiss. — Tax Collector, Laura B. Halliwell. — Board of Tax Review, John F. 
Bayuk, Chm., Anthony J. Colonnese, Dennis D. Maxwell. — Assessors, Edward W. 
Bilash, Chm., Gloria R. Kovac, Mrs. Alpha Welter. — Registrars of Voters, Do- 
lores M. Schwartz, Dem., Donald W. Wright, Rep. — Supt. of Schools, Lawrence 
R. Miller.— Board of Education, Philip Baroff, Andrew Wolff, 1979; Robert D. 
Kranyik, Theodore H. Meyer, 1981; James P. Grote, Chm., {Catherine M. Burgess, 
1983. — Planning and Zoning Commission, Robert Albrecht, Chm., Norman R. 
Mackie, John Neary, Milton Orelup, Ralph B. Wainwright, Jr.; Alternates, Jean 
Hennessey, Philip G. Luckhardt, John R. McLaughlin. — Zoning Board of Appeals, 
Ruth M. Allen, Chm., Carl B. Adolphson, Dr. Robert A. Guth, Donald J. Jordan, 
Allan J. Rosen; Alternates, John R. Ellsworth, two vacancies. — Zoning Enforce- 
ment Officer, A.D. Schuyler Sherwood. — Conservation and Inland Wetlands Com- 
mission, Robert J. Nicola, Chm., Margaret M. Kerr, Secy., Nancy Fowski, Robert 
W. Lucas, Huntley J. Stone, Leslie B. Warren Jr. — Open Burning Official, John J. 
Heckler. — Historic District Study Committee, Francis P. Mellen, Chm., Florence 
Boyd, Alfred Lange, Charles Lieb, Ann Mathews, William Pirozzoli. — Committee 
for the Aging, John Miller, Chm., Mrs. Norman Eichner, Rev. Walter H. Everett, 
Amelia Hettinger, Mrs. W. Hersey Howard, Daniel McPadden, John Pategas, 
Sanford C. Small, Alden Speare, Mrs. Alden Speare; Thelma Healing, Agent. — 
Tax Relief for the Elderly, Margaret M. Kerr, Arthur Lax, Mrs. Charles Merritt, 
William Parkinson. — Director of Health, Edward Pendagast, M.D. (P.O., Fair- 
field). — Library Directors, Natalie C. Wintter, Chm., Adelaide W. Diem, Secy., 
Gladys Howes, Elizabeth Kennedy, Edith Mogull, Barbara vanAchterberg. — Pen- 
sion Committee, William H. Naff, Chm., James J. Broderick, Charles R. Feld, 
James F. Kenney, G. Webster Miller. — Parks and Recreation Commission, Reid C. 
Spencer, Chm., David R. Bachman, John M. Barron, Sally Beno, Ann J. Maxwell, 
Joseph L. Silhavy, Stephen Toth; John Callery, Dir. — Dir. of Public Works, Ed- 
ward Nagy. — Insurance Commission, Edward Fitzgerald, Chm., William Wintter, 
Secy., Charles R. Feld, Robert Kraynik, William H. Naff. — Road Commission, 
Patrick J. Ferruci, Chm., Harold R. Candee, Carlton H. Maring. — Emergency 
Medical Services Committee, Anthony Csanadi, Charles Laskay, Jr., Dr. Edward 
Pendagast, Jr., Dr. Richard Pulie. — Town Engineer, Paul A. Kallmeyer. — Building 
Inspector, vacancy; Assts., Cyril Dennis, G. Sterling Gillette. — Building Board of 
Appeals, Abraham Wilson, Chm., John Bayuk, George Holm, William Moffitt IV, 
Harry Ruzicka. — Tree Warden, Jack Riling. — Chief of Police, Gerard J. Hance. — 
Police Commission, Kenneth H. Kost, Chm., James P. Schwartz, Culbert S. 
Strauss. — Constables, William A. Crossman, Victor S. George, John M. Gordon, 
Charles Laskay, Jr., John C. Marlin, Edward E. Piritzky, Jr., Leslie B. Warren, 
Jr. — Chief of Fire Dept., Stuart Jaffe. — Acting Fire Marshal, Frederick Moore. — 



TOWNS, CITIES AND BOROUGHS 383 

Board of Fire Comrs., Alexander Kasper, Chm., Peter Hallstrom, Secy., Ralph 
Altieri, Dr. Edward Pendagast. — Civil Preparedness Director, Stephen P. Toth. — 
Energy Coordinator, Walter MacAdam. — Town Attorney, Robert J. Berta. — Jus- 
tices of the Peace, Frank S. Beckerer, George A. Beno, Robert J. Berta, John F. 
Chatfield, Jr., Anthony J. Colonnese, Christopher Eichner, Charles R. Feld, 
George W. Ganim, Janice Greiser, Robert O. Guth, Charles W. Harper, William 
Horrigan, Stuart A. JafTe, E. Stanton Kennedy, Ann J. Maxwell, John J. Neary, 
Robert W. Osterman, Jr., Robert M. Owens, James P. Schwartz, Joseph L. Sil- 
havy, Irving Silverman, Muriel T. Small, Sanford C. Small, Esther F. Smith, 
Francis A. Smith, Jr., Maurice Snow, Robert S. Tellalian, Mary Jane D. Todd, 
Ronald D. Williams, Velma V. Worth. 



EAST WINDSOR. Hartford County. — (Form of government, selectmen, 
town meeting, board of finance.) — Inc., May, 1768; taken from Windsor. Area, 
26.8 sq. miles. Population, est., 9,000. Voting districts, 2. Children, 2,633. Princi- 
pal industries, agriculture, and manufacture of magnetic jacks, small tools, paper 
boxes, electronics, aluminum by-products, farm implements and fertilizers. 
Transp. — Passenger: Served by buses of the Dattco Bus, Inc. from Hartford and 
Springfield, Mass. Freight: Served by numerous motor common carriers. Carload 
lots only by Conrail. Post offices, Windsorville, Melrose, Broad Brook and Ware- 
house Point. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Grace E. Ker- 
kins; Hours, 9 A.M. -5 P.M., Monday through Friday; Address, Town Hall, 1 1 Rye 
St., P.O. Box 213, Broad Brook 06016; Tel., Windsor Locks, 623-9467.— Asst. 
Clerks and Asst. Regs, of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Claire S. Badstubner, Mrs. Doris C. 
Ball.— Selectmen, 1st, Edward J. Hastillo, Dem. (P.O., Broad Brook, Tel., 623- 
8122), Torvald A. Bertinuson, Dem., Raymond C. Boynton, Unaf. — Treas., Carol 
S. Yeomans. — Agent of Town Deposit Fund, Grace E. Kerkins. — Board of Finance, 
Richard D. Boucher, Chm., Harold T. Flaherty, Alex M. Gudzunas, Robert W. 
Hitchcock, Frances M. Kinsellar, Steven J. Torrey. — Tax Collector, Walter E. 
Bass, Jr. — Board of Tax Review, Donald R. Schlichting, Chm., Arthur H. Lyons, 
George R. Norton. — Assessors, John M. Bassinger, Chm., William B. Naughton, 
Richard E. Osborn. — Registrars of Voters, Marilyn S. Rajala, Dem., Helen L. 
Macdonald, Rep. — Supt. of Schools, Richard R. Teller. — Board of Education, 
Remo S. Bonali, James M. Dempsey, Robert J. Ford, Francis J. Scanlon, 1979; 
Jane D. Ferris, Robert T. Morrin, Theresa A. Scheinblum, 1981; James J. Flani- 
gan, Chm., Lianna G. Schon, 1983. — Planning and Zoning Commission, Erwin E. 
Fuller, Chm., Philip M. Grant, Leonard J. Norton, Kenneth E. Pitney, Patricia M. 
Tracy; Alternates, Bruno W. Golaski, George E. Hearn, vacancy. — Zoning Board 
of Appeals, Frederick T. Winn, Jr., Chm., Kenneth C. Crouch, William B. Naugh- 
ton, Albert T. Phelps, Everard L. Willson; Alternates, Helen Gudzunas, Pauline T. 
Putriment, Kenneth C. Trombly. — Economic Development Commission, Nicholas 
T. Annelli, Chm., Cornelius M. Dollak, Bruno W. Golaski, Robert G. Mooney. 
James E. Neville, Raymond G. Noble.— Housing Authority, Charles C. Brewer, 
Chm., Wilfred A. Arzt, Patricia V. Brennan, Florence J. Tessier, Lorraine A. 
Vines; Jacqueline L. Lowry, Exec. Dir. — Conservation and Inland Wetlands Com- 



384 TOWNS, CITIES AND BOROUGHS 

mission, Robert E. Thompson, Chm., Raymond J. Byron, Helen Gudzunas, Rich- 
ard Gwozdz, John F. Hourihan, Howard A. Pinkham, Jean E. Russell. — Elderly 
Commission, Harry G. Myers, Chm., Donat E. Allard, Alice A. DellaBernarda, 
Anthony C. Gudzunas, Christine Morrin. — Human Relations Coordinator, Mar- 
garet L. Mueller. — Emergency Medical Service Commission, Peter J. Nevers, 
Chm., Theodore M. Barbieri, Gerald W. Sibley, Dennis M. Soucy, Lawrence G. 
Woodward. — District Health Director, Nicholas J. Lavnikevich (P.O., Enfield). — 
Parks and Recreation Commission, Frank L. Kirchhof, Chm., Michael W. Davis, 
Richard M. Harrison, Harold R. Kresge, Sr., Robert R. Russell; Alfred G. Ceppe- 
telli, Dir. — Tree Warden, Edward J. Hastillo. — Supt. of Highways, Bernard C. 
Schortman. — Building Inspector, Herbert W. Mather, Jr. — Building Code Board of 
Appeals, William A. Abbe, Chm., Myron P. Brennan, Harold T. Flaherty, An- 
thony B. Hastillo, David M. Ulitsch. — Sewer Commission, Arthur E. Haynes, 
Chm., Thomas J. Crockett, Jr., Geza Danyi, Jr., R. Paul Mueller, Arthur E. 
Wyse. — Chief of Police, Gerald W. Sibley. — Police Commission, John E. Rajala, 
Chm., Reginald E. Bancroft, Jr., Frank L. Kirchhof, Earl F. Larson, Elizabeth M. 
Roman. — Constables, John L. Daly, III, Walter S. Kessler, Frank L. Kirchhof, 
Jr., Michael J. Koczera, John B. Pease, Richard P. Pippin, Jr., John Schanck. — 
Chiefs of Fire Dept., Edward J. Loos (Broad Brook), Thomas E. Balf (Warehouse 
Point). — Fire Marshal, Charles H. Staiger. — Pension and Retirement Commission, 
Robert W. Hitchcock, Chm., Richard D. Boucher, Harold T. Flaherty, Alex M. 
Gudzunas, Frances M. Kinsellar, Steven J. Torrey. — Civil Preparedness Director, 
Gary Dallaire. — Town Attorney, Abbot B. Schwebel (P.O., Rockville). — Justices 
of the Peace, Claire S. Badstubner, Doris C. Ball, Calvin A. Bancroft, Walter E. 
Bass, Jr., John M. Bassinger, Peter Benyo, Torvald A. Bertinuson, Richard D. 
Boucher, Charles C. Brewer, David W. Burgdorf, Kenneth R. Burnham, George G. 
ButenkorT, Marilyn F. ButenkorT, James M. Dempsey, James C. Ferris, Harold T. 
Flaherty, Shirley C. Fuller, Bruno W. Golaski, Francis L. Griffin, Raymond M. 
Grigely, Patrick* J. Keane, John J. Kerkins, Donald F. Larson, Jacqueline L. 
Lowry, Richard J. Mackintosh, Melvin S. Meacham, Margaret L. Mueller, Paul- 
ine T. Putriment, John E. Rajala, Alfred E. Regina, Helen W. Roman, Francis J. 
Scanlon, Allan Scheinblum, Grace B. Schlichting, Robert U. Shea, James R. 
Testa, Patricia M. Tracy, Carol S. Yeomans. 



ELLINGTON. Tolland County. — (Form of government, selectmen, town 
meeting, board of finance.) — Inc., May, 1786; taken from East Windsor. Area, 
34.8 sq. miles. Population, est., 9,200. Voting district, 1. Children, 3,480. Principal 
industry, agriculture. Transp. — Passenger: Served by buses of Post Road Stages, 
Inc. from Stafford Springs and Rockville. Freight: Served by numerous motor 
common carriers. The town is served by rural delivery from Rockville and Elling- 
ton post offices. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Dorothy B. 
Macintosh; Hours, 9 A.M. -4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday; Address, 55 Main 
St., P.O. Box 236, 06029; Tel., Rockville, 875-3 190.— Asst. Clerk and Asst. Reg. of 
Vital Statistics, Mrs. Rosemary S. Malatesta. — Selectmen, 1st, Everett C. Pa- 



TOWNS, CITIES AND BOROUGHS 385 

luska, Rep. (Tel., 875-0787), Donald V. Landmann, Rep., Gerald D. O'Connell, 
Rep., Sally A. Vaughn, Rep., Janet S. Batt, Dem., Rudolph E. Luginbuhl, Dem., 
Hassan W. Salley, Dem. — Finance Officer, John Haberern. — Board of Finance, 
William E. Witinok, Chm., John L. Clapp, Arnold E. Cook, Glenn S. Gately, 
Mary Miller, Robert K. Pagani. — Tax Collector, Barbara M. Paluska. — Board of 
Tax Review, Homer R. Peckham, Chm., Irene M. Dowd, Dale Roberson. — Asses- 
sor, William Marsele. — Registrars of Voters, Marjorie R. Usher, Dem., Gilbert C. 
Weber, Rep. — Supt. of Schools, Bruce C. Shepard. — Board of Education, Mar- 
garet C. Bean, Chm., Margaret R. Cardin, Michael Herold, Iris A. Mitchell, Ron- 
ald P. Pettirossi, 1979; Fred S. Kemp, Catherine McDuff, Theodore M. Ragl, Paul 
R. Vachon, 1981. — Planning and Zoning Commission, Harry Friedman, Tempo- 
rary Chm., Thomas Connelly, Sr., Beverly Fries, A. Leo Miller, Francis J. Pri- 
chard, Jr., Emery Zahner; Alternates, Alfred Francis, Elizabeth Lord, Walter D. 
Schindler, Jr. — Zoning Board of Appeals, Richard K. Babcock, Chm., David 
Cohen, Edwin Finance, James Gage, Benedict Moser; Alternates, John Furphey, 
Edwin Hoffman, Bernie Stein. — Economic Development Commission, Edward S. 
Adzima, Jr., Chm., James E. Burdick, Frank Johnson, Charles Rommel, Edward 
R. Scibek. — Housing Authority, E. Fenton Burke, Chm., Evelyn D. Luginbuhl, 
Howard Reckert, Rev. Sheldon T. Smith, Mahlon K. Shoup. — Conservation and 
Inland Wetlands Commission, Claire W. Ronalter, Chm., Sue Cifaldi, Charles E. 
Eastwood, Joseph F. Girardini, Diana D. Keune, William R. Niemann, John 
Wright. — District Health Director, Nicholas Lavnikevich (P.O., Enfield). — Board 
of Public Health, Rachel Rossow, Chm., Fedelma Babcock, Beryl Cantor, Karen 
Reid, Barbara Salley, Rev. Frances Schwartz, Elizabeth Setzer. — Library Direc- 
tors, Clifford L. Aucter, Chm., Margaret Dawson, Suzanne E. Meyer, Lillian K. 
Moriarty, Mary F. Okolo, Donald M. Waudby. — Parks and Recreation Commis- 
sion, Leonard Johnson, Chm., Joseph Belliveau, Thomas Curtiss, Ralph Edwards, 
Claire Landmann, James Marquardt, James McVarish, Thaddeus Okolo, John 
Strom. — Director of Parks and Recreation, Robert Tedford. — Director of Public 
Works, Peter Michaud. — Town Engineer, James Thompson. — Tree Warden, John 
H. Basch. — Building Inspector, Harlan G. Schulze. — Building Code Board of Ap- 
peals, Louis B. DeCarli, John Girardini, Bruce Hoffman, Peter Smichenko, John 
Zahner. — Sewer Authority, Douglas Hill, Chm., Joseph C. Capossela, John Girar- 
dini, Mike Suo, Louis Tardif. — Chief of Police, Everett C. Paluska. — Constables, 
Ellen Andrews, Austin Griffin, Frank Harding, Bruce Mullen, Jon Mullen, James 
Norwood, David Pigeon, Robert Poggie, Donald Walker, James Winans. — Chiefs 
of Fire Dept., Arthur C. Caldwell (Center), Richard J. Carberry (Crystal Lake). — 
Fire Marshals, Lawrence Collier, Robert Jacoby, John E. Luetjen. — Civil Prepar- 
edness Director, Joan A. Senger. — Town Attorney, Atherton B. Ryan. — Justices of 
the Peace, Roger J. Aubrey, Clifford L. Aucter, Janet S. Batt, Yale Cantor, Robert 
D. Curtis, Mildred A. Dimock, Clayton E. Edwards, Frank S. Forbes, Glenn S. 
Gately, John B. Girardini, Marion W. Hoffman, Fred S. Kemp, Catherine E. 
MacMahon, Martin G. McGuire, Daniel L. McKeever, Mary A. Miller, Gerald D. 
O'Connell, Thaddeus J. Okolo, Everett C. Paluska, David E. Parker, Francis J. 
Prichard, Jr., Paul H. Prokop, Claire W. Ronalter, Hassan W. Salley, Walter 
Sierakowski, John A. Strom, Frank J. Vecchiolla, Louise Wilson, William E. Wi- 
tinok, Sr. 



386 TOWNS, CITIES AND BOROUGHS 

ENFIELD. Hartford County. — (Form of government, town manager, town 
council.) — Named and inc., by Massachusetts, 1683; annexed to Conn., May, 
1749. Area, 33.8 sq. miles. Population, est., 45,500. Voting districts, 11. Children, 
16,435. Principal industries, manufacture of plastics, specialized machinery, alu- 
minum and magnesium castings, wooden reels for wire and cables, silk screening, 
games, greeting cards, tools and gauges, envelopes, warehouse distribution of toys, 
lazer beam welding, clothings and pharmaceuticals, processing of dairy products, 
ice cream, tobacco farming. Located on Rte. 191, 18 miles north of Hartford and 8 
miles south of Springfield, Mass. Transp. — Passenger: Served by Amtrak and 
buses of the Dattco Bus, Inc. from Hartford; Longueil Transp. Co. from Spring- 
field, Mass.; by buses of Eastern Bus Lines, Inc., Conn. Transit (commuter) and by 
Greyhound. Freight: Served by Conrail and numerous motor common carriers. 
Post office, Enfield; carrier and R.F.D. 



TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Philip E. Clarkin; 
Hours, 9 A.M.-5 P.M., Monday through Friday; Address, 820 Enfield St., 06082; 
Tel., 745-0371, Ext. 341— Deputy Clerk and Deputy Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. 
Blanche H. Conley. — Asst. Clerk and Asst. Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Jewell F. 
McDonald. — Town Manager, Robert F. Ledger, Jr.; Asst., Paul Skowron. — Town 
Council, James Baum, Rep., Mayor and Chm.; Dist. 1, William J. Ballard; Dist. 2, 
Gerald Crowley; Dist. 3, Mrs. Westy T. Jones; Dist. 4, Frederick Gelsi; Council- 
men at Large, Robert Robbins, Deputy Mayor; Paul A. Boucher, David G. Che- 
ney, Ralph Fiore, John Reverussi, Gerald Rocker. — Treas. and Agent of Town 
Deposit Fund, Robert Metcalf. — Dir. of Finance, Tax Collector, Vincent E. Santa- 
croce. — Board of Tax Review, August Jasminski, Chm., Sophie Guminski, Mary 
Legault. — Assessor, Steve Juda. — Registrars of Voters, Mary Lou Flynn, Dem., 
Paul D. Batchelder, Rep. — Supt. of Schools, Louis Mager. — Board of Education, 
Francis A. Burke, Jr., Chm., Carl A. Becker, John J. Carney, Gerald K. Fitzsi- 
mons, Paul M. Gaylor, Jr., Terrence Lynch, Marjorie Moores, Edward Storey, Jr., 
Antoinette Strom, 1979. — Planning and Zoning Commission, Gerald LeGault, 
Chm., Charles Duren, Vice Chm., William J. Boudah, Walter J. Korona, Richard 
D. LarTargue, Richard E. LeBorious, Yvonne Prestwich. — Town Planner, Paul 
Fox. — Zoning Board of Appeals, Paul Nabors, Chm., Bernard Walsh, Vice Chm., 
George Garen, Secy., Arthur Cote, Ernest P. Mailman; Alternates, Matthew 
DiMora, Joseph Garbrous, Timothy Scussel. — Development and Redevelopment 
Agency, L. Leonard Packer, Chm., Lindsey Carlson, Omer Muchmore, Jr., D. 
Carl Scarfo, Bernard S. Walsh; Thomas Dunphy, Exec. Dir.; John D. Killeen, 
Industrial Coordinator. — Housing Authority, Patricia Wollenhaupt, Chm., Robert 
Pfeifer, Thomas W. Prestwich, Harold Spillane, Raymond F. Stanio; Harold A. 
Cote, Exec. Dir. — Fair Rent Commission, James Viola, Chm., Thomas Blowen, 
Vice Chm., Santa Angelica, Susan Betko, John Haigh, Frank Marocchini, Geral- 
dine Maynard. — Inland Wetlands Commission, Paul Fox, Chm. — Conservation 
Commission, Francis Lutwinas, Chm., Valentine R. Kropiwnicki, Ernest P. Mail- 
man, Roger Olsen, vacancy. — Transportation Committee, Richard Ouellette, 
Chm., Susan Betko, Roger Gagne, Joseph O'Brien, James Ranta. — Historic Dis- 
trict Commission, Harold A. Cote, Chm., Raymond Abbe, Rita Adams, Lindsey 



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Carlson, James M. Richards, Sr.; Alternates, Joseph Cimino, Peter J. Russell. — 
Commission on Aging, Ruth George, Chm., Josephine Ash, Isaie Cyr, Florence 
Johnson, Rev. Craig Peel, Louis Savotto, Edwina Summer, James T. Walpole, 
Joanne Whittemore. — Human Relations Commission, Mary Legault, Chm., 
Louise F. Giachello, Lorraine Jenkins, Rev. Edward Johnson, Julie LafTargue, 
Richard Reardon, John Zdebski. — Social Services Director, Dorothy Allen. — Di- 
rector of Health, Nicholas Lavnikevich. — Chief Sanitarian, Charles Agro. — Li- 
brary Board of Trustees, Ernest Paulman, Chm., Eleanor D'Amato, Sheila 
Kealey. — Dir. of Parks, Recreation and Youth Services, Angelo Lamagna. — Dir. of 
Public Works, Roger Mullins; Asst., Joseph Albano. — Town Engineer, James C. 
Sollmi. — Supt. of Highways, Stanley Jablonski. — Building Official, Dominick Par- 
lapiano. — Building Code Board of Appeals, Stephen Dorgan, Chm., Andler Alex- 
ander, Charles Good, Thomas Hines, Joseph Petronella. — Sewer Authority, James 
Baum, Chm., William Ballard, Paul A. Boucher, David G. Cheney, Gerald Crow- 
ley, Ralph Fiore, Frederick Gelsi, Mrs. Westy T. Jones, John Reveruzzi, Robert 
Robbins, Gerald Rocker. — Sanitary Sewer Chief Engr., Maurice Howes. — Chief 
of Police, Walter J. Skower; Robert F. Ledger, Jr., Safety Dir. — Constables, Arba 
Cooley, Arthur Cote, Remo C. Garini, Edward Mokrycki, Theodore Plamondon, 
Michael Ryan. — Fire Depts., Crescent Lake: Al Kara, Chief; Russ Fleming, Fire 
Marshal. Enfield: James M. Richards, Jr., Chief; Michael Sinsigalli, Fire Marshal. 
Hazardville: John C. Flanagan, Chief; Philip Thomas, Fire Marshal. North 
Thompsonville: Edward Buvarsky, Chief; Louis Testa, Fire Marshal. Shaker Pines 
Lake Dist.: Raymond Aiken, Chief; Alton P. Golden, Fire Marshal. Thompson- 
ville: William J. Mills, Chief; Paul Censki, Fire Marshal. — Civil Preparedness Dir., 
Thomas Kealey. — Town Attorney, Thomas Arvantely. — Justices of the Peace, 
James Alaimo, James Albano, Andler Alexander, Josephine Ash, Jayne C. Ayotte, 
William J. Ballard, James R. Banas, Antonio Barbieri, Donald W. Barnes, James 
Baum, Neil T. Begley, JoAnn Bellantuono, John P. Bigos, Paul A. Boucher, Wil- 
liam J. Boudah, Thomas Brewster, Alexander Buika, Lindsey M. Carlson, Teresa 
C. Carlson, David G. Cheney, Deborah Jane Corbin, Ernest G. Corbin, Ernest G. 
Corbin, Jr., Robert L. Corbin, Richard D. Cressotti, Eleanor B. D'Amato, Her- 
bert E. Davidson, Alec Denby, Charles A. Duren, John G. Fenner, Michael Fergu- 
son, T. Delores Fiore, Gerald Fitzsimons, Joan N. Garini, Sophie A. Guminski, 
Russell T. Hack, Sr., Mary A. Howell, Claire P. Hunt, James F. Jacobs, Jr., Lor- 
raine Jenkins, John M. Jones, Westy T. Jones, Helen V. Julian, Mary Ellen Kil- 
leen, Emmalou H. Kirchmeier, Gerald Knowlton, Valentine R. Korpiwnicki, John 
C. Koseian, Shakea D. Koseian, Stephan H. Koseian, Richard D. LarTargue, Ger- 
ald M. Legault, Mary S. Legault, Barbara Lord, Peter J. Lowe, Ernest P. Mail- 
man, Lila A. Mailman, Clara S. Martin, James Massaro, Patricia Ellen Mc- 
Gowan, John Mokrycki, Francis Mullen, Dianne C. Nabors, Paul A. Nabors, 
David J. Nelson, Linda M. Olsen, Roger Olsen, Thomas Ottman, Michael Panella, 
Ernest A. Paulman, Jr., Julia S. Paulman, Robert A. Pfeifer, Beth H. Post, 
Thomas W. Prestwich, Yvonne Prestwich, Patsy Renna, Pellegrino Reveruz/i. 
Robert H. Robbins, Phyllis Rookey, Irma G. Schober, Claire M. Sharon, Hiester 
Smith, Eileen C. Stroiney, Antoinette Strom, Louis J. Testa, Herbert Varno, Jr.. 
Diane L. Wadsworth, Christopher R. Wagner, Bernard S. Walsh, William D. 
Wolfson, Martha J. Wright, John H. Zdebski, David J. Ziter. 



388 TOWNS, CITIES AND BOROUGHS 

ESSEX. Middlesex County. — (Form of government, selectmen, town meet- 
ing, board of finance.) — Inc., Sept. 13, 1852, as Old Saybrook; taken from Say- 
brook. Name changed, July 8, 1854 to Essex. Area, 12.2 sq. miles. Population, est., 
5,100. Voting districts, 2. Children, 1,175. Principal industries, boat building and 
repair, and manufacture of piano keys, turbine blades, machine parts, novelties, 
witch hazel, naval lighting equipment and bent wire products. Transp. — Freight: 
Served by numerous motor common carriers. Post offices, Essex, Centerbrook and 
Ivoryton. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Betty J. Gau- 
denzi; Hours, 9 A.M. -4 P.M., Monday through Friday; Address, Town Hall, West 
Ave., 06426; Tel., 767-8201— Asst. Clerk and Asst. Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. 
Dorothy L. Herbst — Selectmen, 1st, Richard Riggio, Dem. (Tel., 767-8201), Flor- 
ence Dutka, Dem., John Johns, Rep. — Treas., Betty J. Gaudenzi. — Agent of Town 
Deposit Fund, vacancy. — Board of Finance, John C. Greene, Chm., Richard Bat- 
tey, Jerome Cutone, Carl W. Ellison, Jr., Geraldine Foster, John Pacelle. — Tax 
Collector, Robert R. Guertin. — Board of Tax Review, Peter Pool, Chm., Arthur 
Libby, Gifford Warner. — Assessor, Walter Birck. — Registrars of Voters, 1st Dist., 
Virginia C. Cook, 2nd Dist., Dolores J. Budney, Dem.; 1st Dist., Elizabeth G. 
Schellens, 2nd Dist., Frances M. O'Dell, Rep. — Supt. of Schools, Alice Duck- 
worth. — Board of Education, Michael Furgueson, Ruth Schumacher, 1979; Wil- 
liam Werwaiss, Chm., Patricia Frost, 1981; Francelia Francis, Leslie Quarrier, 
1983. — Planning Commission, Loren F. Kahle, Chm., Helena B. Coombs, Arthur 
Lovell, Jr., Jack Milkofsky, Jean Snyder; Alternates, Douglas N. Jones, James R. 
Kennish, John Schumacher. — Zoning Commission, James Francis, Chm., Deforest 
Delano, Michal J. M. Galazka, Thomas Gonyon, Maurice V. Murphy; Alternates, 
Earl W. Foster, Laura Griswold, Robert McKenzie. — Zoning Board of Appeals, 
Charles N. Doane, Jr., Chm., Salvatore J. Bonanno, Stuart Ingersoll, Peter Pool, 
Michael Ryland; Alternates, Burton Churchill, Jean Domnarski, Paula Michel. — 
Zoning Enforcement Officer, Lois Ely. — Conservation Commission, Henry H. 
Moeller, Chm., Leslie Barlow, Jean Hanor, Russell W. Hyde, Alice Pinsince, Sid- 
ney Quarrier, Ena Querfeld. — Inland Wetlands Commission, Evan Griswold, 
Chm., Helena B. Coombs, Freeman Fraim, Alice Pinsince, Sidney Quarrier, Mer- 
rill Wilder. — Agent for the Elderly, Camille Bianchi. — Welfare Director, Virginia 
Conwell. — Director of Health, Paul S. Pierson, M.D. — Parks and Recreation 
Commission, Bradford Frost, Chm., Shirley Bombaci, Bruce Comstock, Darline B. 
Doane, Robert B. English, JoAnne Mather, Linda M. Reamer, Hope Ruhe, Ed- 
ward S. Tucker. — Supt. of Streets, Raymond Walden, Sr. — Building Inspector, 
Leo Belval. — Tree Warden, Samuel J. Riggio. — Town Engineer, Frederick A. 
RadclifTe. — Building Code Board of Appeals, Rudolph Besier, Edmund Binder, 
Robert Harper, Frederick RadclirTe, C. Talcott Scoville. — Chief of Police, Richard 
Riggio. — Constables, Joseph G. Bombaci, Joseph A. Heller, Jr., Carl D. Kauf- 
mann, Roche Maignan, Gary Mitchel, James E. Monte, Edwin Perkins. — Chief of 
Fire Dept., Andrew MacWhinney. — Fire Marshal, Leo Belval. — Civil Prepared- 
ness Director, James Hartzell. — Town Attorney, David M. Royston (P.O., Middle- 
town). — Justices of the Peace, Virginia C. Cook, Helena B. Coombs, John N. 
DeMerell, Charles N. Doane, Jr., Charles N. Doane, III, Elizabeth A. Finnigan, 
Ghers Fisher, Alda M. Gaudenzi, Fay F. Gerritt, Donald K. Good, Jo Ann Green- 



TOWNS, CITIES AND BOROUGHS 389 

wood, Jean R. Hanor, Benjamin V. Harrison, Lynn A. Hawkins, Dorothy L. 
Herbst, Carl S. Kaufmann, George Lancraft, Jr., Carl E. Larson, William C. 
Mitchel, Rosemary W. Monte, Frances M. O'Dell, Peter E. Pool, Florence L. 
Prescott, Elizabeth G. Schellens, Nancy S. Schneller, Walter S. Tower, Jr., Rose 
F. Unghire, William P. Veillett, Dorothy B. White. 



FAIRFIELD. Fairfield County. — (Form of government, representative town 
meeting, selectmen, board of finance.) — Settled, 1639; named 1645; included in 
Connecticut Colony, May, 1685. Area, 30.6 sq. miles. Population, est., 59,100. 
Voting districts, 14. Children, 17,214. Principal industries, the manufacture of ma- 
chinery, drugs, wire screens, and coated fabrics; refining precious metals; location 
of General Electric International Corporate Hdqrs. Transp. — Passenger: Served 
by Conrail and buses of the Gray Line Bus Co., Bridgeport Auto Transit Co., Cross 
Country Coach, Chestnut Hill Bus Corp., Greyhound and Trailways. Freight and 
Express: Served by Conrail and numerous motor common carriers. U.S. Route 1, 
Merritt Parkway and Conn. Turnpike pass through town, east and west. Post of- 
fices, Fairfield, Southport and rural free delivery. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Miss Mary A. Ka- 

tona; Hours, 9 A.M.-5 P.M., Monday through Friday; 8:30 A.M.-4:30 P.M., July, 
August; Address, Town Hall, 611 Old Post Rd., 06430; Tel., 259-8361.— Asst. 
Town Clerks and Asst. Regs, of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Anita G. Cavanaugh, Mrs. 
Edna Mortimer. — Moderator, Representative Town Meeting, John R. Curran. — 
Selectmen, 1st, John J. Sullivan, Dem. (Tel., 259-8361), James L. Eldridge, Dem., 
Carl J. Dickman, Rep. — Treas. and Agent of Town Deposit Fund, Laurence B. 
McQuade. — Board of Finance, Vincent J. Como, Chm., Robert J. Bitar, Richard 
S. Cellar, William J. Fitzpatrick, Jr., Thomas Gerety, Kieran Kilbride, Norman P. 
Levine, Peter Parmelee, Mrs. Earle Witsil. — Tax Collector, Guy M. Bonuomo. — 
Board of Tax Review, Howard W. Benedict, Chm., Joseph C. Batchelor, Harry P. 
Harris, Roderick J. McKenzie, Nicholas M. Pekar. — Assessor, Thomas A. Fitz- 
patrick. — Registrars of Voters, Maryan Mansfield, Dem., Joan K. O'Rourke, 
Rep. — Supt. of Schools, Charles W. Fowler. — Board of Education, John F. Fallon, 
Robert P. Leggiadro, Herbert Meehan, Sidney S. Postol, 1979; Claire Fray, Chm., 
Selma B. Cohen, Charlotte D. Garrell, 1981. — Planning and Zoning Commission, 
John E. Wrabel, Jr., Chm., T. Brooks Barrett, Joseph DeVorak, Joseph Fuse, 
Stanley B. Garrell, Michael Gulish, Jr., Myron J. Hinckley; Alternates, Bonnie M. 
Evanko, Howard L. Steinhardt, Marvin Weiss. — Town Planner, Barry Michel- 
son. — Zoning Board of Appeals, Jack R. Nowitz, Chm., Andrew Daniels, Evelyn 
L. Hiller, Robert D. Loh, Neil A. Oliviero; Alternates, George L. Revak, John 
Steeneck, Ruth Tripodi. — Zoning Enforcement Officer, Walter McMahon. — Eco- 
nomic Development Commission, James J. Entwisle, Chm., Henry Elstein, Edward 
Gleason, Charles Kentnor, III, David Savacool. — Housing Authority, Rabbi Ar- 
nold Sher, Chm., Barbara P. Bresler, David Crego, Caroline Durgy, Beatrice Stee- 
neck. — Conservation and Inland Wetlands Commission, Crawford Hayes, Chm., 
Leonard Blum, Lloyd Godfrey, Ignatz Horvath, Mrs. William Phillips, Dr. Fran- 
cis Scholan, vacancy. — Flood and Erosion Control Board, Charles Wheeler, Chm., 
Robert McLevy, John E. Quinn, Stephen Sanislo, Harold Woods. — Open Space 



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Dir., Thomas Steinke. — Public Lands Coordinator, Robert Woodside. — Historic 
District Commission, Samuel G. Payne, Chm., Roswell Barratt, Leila Crane, 
Laura B. MacKenzie, Lorraine Williams; Alternates, John Gleason, Jeanne Harri- 
son, Bruce Lockhart, Robert O'Reilly. — Commission on Aging, Rev. Richard 
Rush, Chm., David Foster, Roger Gilbert, Dr. Marie Jaeger, Salvatore Jisonna, 
Aaron Johnson, Jean Lockwood, Helen MacLean, Rosemary Prevelege, Doris 
Skoog. — Director for the Elderly, Martha Plotkin. — Director of Social Services, 
Lorraine Kowalski. — Director of Health, Leonard T. O'Neill. — Board of Public 
Health, Dr. George F. Lacovera, Chm., Selma B. Cohen, Rev. Edward Karl, Dr. 
William Kuefifner, Dr. Louise Lovekin, J. Carter O'Dwyer. — Library Trustees, 
Raymond D. Builter, Chm., Mrs. Tyler Baldwin, Clifford Doolittle, Mrs. Peter 
Leighton, Philip B. Lyster, Laurence B. McQuade, Philip Trager. — Park Commis- 
sion, Henry Moore, Chm., Roy H. Ervin, Barry James, John F. Murphy, Anthony 
Pia. — Recreation Board, William Maxwell, Chm., Henry Capobianco, Benjamin 
Evans, Julius Hajas, Robert Leggiadro, Kenneth O'Rourke, Anthony Pia. — Dir. 
of Public Works, Frank Daniels. — Purchasing Agent, Anthony Chimento. — Build- 
ing Inspector, Adrian G. Smith. — Building Board of Appeals, Frank Carroll, Chm., 
Arthur Bilyard, Jr., William Cox, John Leverty, James Rice. — Sewer Commission, 
James L. Eldridge, Chm., Carl Dickman, George Ferrio, John J. Sullivan, va- 
cancy. — Tree Warden, Daniel Grouden. — Chief of Police, Anthony J. Mastron- 
ardi. — Police Commission, Edmund W. Dougiello, Chm., John T. Dooley, Law- 
rence Jursch, Donald Pfarr, Stephen Vogel. — Constables, Eleanor Archambault, 
Walton O. Gleacher, Stephen Homa, Frank Kaminski, Raymond Manchester, Er- 
nest W. Pekar, Mrs. William Swanson. — Chief of Fire Dept., David Russell. — 
Deputy Fire Marshal, Clarence Darrow. — Board of Fire Comrs., Joseph F. Rainis, 
Chm., Andrew Fasulo, Frederick H. Gardiner, Thomas V. Quinn, Arthur H. Sel- 
leck. — Civil Preparedness Director, William Winburn. — Town Attorney, Noel R. 
Newman (P.O., Bridgeport). — Justices of the Peace, Harvey J. Auger, Jr., Ruth A. 
Bailey, Helen Brennan, Keith Alan Burgess, Henry Capobianco, Richard S. Cel- 
lar, William C. Cox, Thomas A. Dailey, Andrew F. Daniels, Elizabeth Dinihanian, 
John D. Dreyer, Robert Franzago, Barbara R. Garrison, Michael Girardi, Donald 
W. Goebel, Leo F. Gregg, Joseph F. Kaminski, Norman W. Locke, Jr., Myrtle G. 
Miller, Robert F. Mulqueen, Jack R. Nowitz, Robert K. O'Rourke, Frederick G. 
Reichert, IV, Seymour L. Sloan, William Smakal, Richard B. Stern, Douglas C. 
Stewart, Elizabeth Stuckal, Marie Van Ronk. 



FARMINGTON. Hartford County. — (Form of government, town manager, 
town council, town meeting.) — Inc. and named, Dec, 1 645. The Town of Farming- 
ton, Borough of Unionville and Borough of Farmington were consolidated in 1947. 
Area, 28.7 sq. miles. Population, est., 16,200. Voting districts, 2. Children, 4,709. 
Principal industries, textile specialties, manufacture of ball bearing spindles, steel 
balls, springs, steel hatches, fans, heating tapes, sakrete products, flow and level 
switches, lighting fixtures, poultry equipment, leather products, wooden boxes and 
excelsior, compressor blades and vanes, metal stampings, rubber and plastic parts. 
Transp. — Passenger: Served by buses of Conn. Transit from Hartford. Freight: 
Served by Conrail and numerous motor common carriers. Post offices, Farmington 
and Unionville. 



TOWNS, CITIES AND BOROUGHS 391 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Edgar A. King; 
Hours, 8:30 A.M. -4 P.M., Monday through Friday; Address, Town Hall, 1 Mon- 
teith Dr., 06032; Tel., 673-3271— Asst. Clerks and Asst. Regs, of Vital Statistics, 
Sally B. Hart, Roberta B. Magee. — Town Manager, Stephen A. Flis. — Town 
Council, At Large, Samuel Bailey, Jr., Chm.; 1st Dist., Justin J. Pagano, James A. 
Popielarczyk, John C. Usher; 2nd Dist., Irene H. Bonini, Gerard O. Haviland, 
John P. Karwoski. — Admin. Assts., Philip Moos, Steven Parent, Steven Smith. — 
Selectmen, Bernard Person, Stephen Matava, Benjamin C. Thomas. — Treas., Pe- 
ter Budwitz. — Agent of Town Deposit Fund, Mary Krell. — Tax Collector, Sarah 
Buchardt. — Board of Tax Review, Charles F. Reynolds, Chm., Harold F. Barigelli. 
Charles Matt. — Assessors, John Northup, Chm., Colin J. Holloway, Lorraine 
NefT. — Registrars of Voters, 1st Dist., Alexandra L. Pagano, 2nd Dist., Joseph E. 
Gresh, Dem.; 1st Dist., Wellesley Wright, 2nd Dist., Beverly S. Dakers, Rep. — 
Supt. of Schools, John McDonough. — Board of Education, Paul O. Anderson, 
Alan L. Coykendall, Lydia Klatsky, Maurice W. Slayton, Robert Tetreault, 1979; 
William Wollenberg, Chm., Elizabeth Gray, Richard H. Lugli, Alojzy A. Miko- 
lajczak, Beatrice Stockwell, 1 98 1 . — Planning and Zoning Commission, Ray S. Cra- 
gin, Chm., Frank Gencarelli, Robert W. Johansen, Jr., William W. Stewart, Peter 
P. Susla, Charles A. Wehrly Alternates, Ruth Ann Baird, Edgar Glass, Brian P. 
Ramirez. — Town Planner, Laurence Kolp. — Zoning Board of Appeals, William S. 
Robotham, Chm., Thomas Carlson, John M. Donahue, Donald Hammerberg, Jr., 
Edward F. Scully, Donald C. Young; Alternates, Timothy L. Hogen, George V. 
Lawler, Ethel Mildren. — Housing Authority, Howard H. Coe, Chm., Albert L. 
Dakers, JefTry C. Pingpank, Jessie Saxton, Joseph Zita; Stephen A. Flis, Exec. 
Dir. — Conservation Commission, Mark Yellin, Chm., David Brooks, Virginia C. 
Burke, Andrew L. Garber, Jean Johnson, Paul Orth, James A. Popielarczyk, Al- 
den M. Taylor, Joseph A. Ward, Charles D. Yodkins. — Historic District Commis- 
sion, James S. Minges, Maxwell Moore, Theodore W. Stedman, James McA. 
Thomson; Alternates, Mrs. Richard Bissell, Lillian Cogan, Charles Ferguson. — 
Services for the Elderly, Joanne West. — Human Relations Committee, G. Bradley 
Howard, Chm., Rolf Andersen, Warren Baird, Marion Chaffee, Sally Hammer- 
berg, Robert W. Johansen, Jr., George Lawler, Sharon Lynch, Justin J. Pagano. — 
Dir. of Social Services, Carol Femia. — Director of Health, John A. Holt. — Direc- 
tor of Parks and Recreation, Bruce Till. — Youth Coordinator, Allan Hutchinson. — 
Asst. Town Engineer, John Streeter. — Purchasing Agent, Philip Moos. Jr. — Supt. 
of Highways, James C. Blum. — Building Inspector, Matthew J. Paskov. — Building 
Code Board of Appeals, Howard D. Bidwell, Donald Hammerberg, Jr.. Thomas 
Knight, Robert Peterson, Henry C. Schadler. — Sewer Authority Commission, 
Ralph V. Westerberg, Chm., Stephan Dermargosian, Elliott Hawlev. G. William 
Saxton, Paul Skripol. — Chief of Police, Leroy Bangham. — Constables, William B. 
Flaherty, Joseph E. Gresh, Richard Johansen, Donald P. Lenz, Philip J. Samuel, 
Robert F. Welch, Howard Wollman. — Chiefs of Fire Dept., Nicholas A. Flamio 
(East Farms), Arthur Haworth (Farmington), Joseph A. Lesiak (Tunxis), Bernard 
W. Person (Oakland Gardens).— Fire Marshal, Frank A. Cadwell, Jr.— To*n At- 
torney, Palmer S. McGee, Jr. (P.O., Hartford). — Justices of the Peace. M ir\ 1 
Brannick, Pauline C. Jandreau, Nancy E. Kellogg, Justin J. Pagano. Elmo M. 
Parsons, Bernard W. Person, Robert M. Smith. Peter Susla. 



392 TOWNS, CITIES AND BOROUGHS 

FENWICK.* BOROUGH OFFICERS. Office address: c/o Clerk, 40 No. 
Main St., Essex 06426; Tel., Essex, 767-8261. — Warden, Charles E. Brainard. — 
Clerk, E. Everett Dickinson, III. — Treas., George Longtin. — Tax Collector, Ells- 
worth S. Grant. — Burgesses, Peter Bulkeley, E. Everett Dickinson, III, Ellsworth 
S. Grant, Lafayette Keeney, George Longtin, Martha D. Soper. 



*See Town of Old Say brook. 



FRANKLIN. New London County. — (Form of government, selectmen, town 
meeting.) — Inc., May 2, 1786; taken from Norwich. Area, 20.0 sq. miles. Popula- 
tion, est., 1,700. Voting district, 1. Children, 546. Principal industries, agriculture, 
dairying and poultry products, egg processing plant, grain feed mills, truck termi- 
nals; hdqrs. of Farmers Home Adm. serving New London and Middlesex counties. 
Home of a multi-million dollar mushroom growing facility. Transp. — Passenger: 
Served by buses of the Blue Line, Inc. from Norwich and Willimantic. Freight: 
Served by Central Vermont Railway and numerous motor common carriers. Post 
offices, North Franklin, Lebanon and Yantic. Rural free delivery. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Helen S. Gural; 
Hours, 9 A.M. -4 P.M., Monday through Thursday; 9-12 A.M., Saturday; Ad- 
dress, Meeting House Hill Rd., Town Office Bldg., R.F.D. 1, North Franklin 
06254; Tel., Lebanon, 642-7352. — Selectmen, 1st, Stephen J. Konow, Sr., Rep., 
(P.O., North Franklin, Tel., 642-6055), Thomas J. Shakun, Rep., John J. Mc- 
Guire, Dem. — Treas. and Agent of Town Deposit Fund, Helen S. Gural. — Tax Col- 
lector, Denison W. Miner, Sr. — Board of Tax Review, William A. Mauser, Jr., 
Chm., Raymond R. Hill, Bruce L. Roth. — Assessors, Anthony Carboni, Chm., H. 
Dexter Hyland, Jr., Joseph S. Sudik. — Registrars of Voters, Euphemia C. Koren- 
kiewicz, Dem., Anne B. Ayer, Rep. — Supt. of Schools, George H. Patros. — Board 
of Education, Grace B. Curran, Chm., Margaret S. Ayer, Ronald V. DeCarolis, 
William A. Mauser, Jr., Barbara O. Murphy, Mary B. Ryan, 1979; John R. 
Crowe, 1981. — Planning and Zoning Commission, Herman R. Weingart, Jr., 
Chm., Anna J. Jencik, Thomas A. Manning, A. Colby Melanec, Pauline A. 
Palmquist. — Zoning Board of Appeals, Ernest E. Staebner, Chm., Carle A. Davis, 
George R. Johnson, Thomas N. Rec, D. Donald Wood; Alternates, Roland J. 
Boileau, George T. Brosofske, Ann P. Thrall. — Zoning Enforcement Officer, Er- 
nest E. Wheeler. — Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Commission, Francis G. 
Handfield, Sr., Chm., George H. Baskette, Milton F. Beckwith, Linda E. Harty, 
John C. Joubert, John L. Laterra, Sr. — Commission on Aging, Jean G. Carboni. — 
Director of Health, James A. Harkins, M.D. (P.O., Norwich). — Recreation Com- 
mission, Albert G. Allard, Chm., Jean G. Carboni, John R. Crowe, Henry J. Des- 
landes, John B. Harty, William B. Hayden, John P. Konow, Gilbert R. Whit- 
ford. — Tree Warden, Harry G. Sachonchik. — Building Inspector, Joseph S. 
Sudik. — Chief of Police, Stephen J. Konow, Sr. — Constables, Russell C. Beisiegel, 
Lewin W. Cocks, Joseph H. Kapszukiewicz, Henry M. Konow, Sr., William J. 
Postler, Harry G. Sachonchik, Richard M. Tessier. — Chief of Fire Dept., David D. 
Wood; Deputies, Robert E. Wheeler, Ronald F. Zamoider. — Fire Marshal, Ro- 
land O. Constant. — Town Attorney, Richard L. Norman (P.O., Norwich). — Jus- 



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tices of the Peace, Joseph S. Carboni, Stephen J. Konow, Sr., John L. Laterra, Sr., 
Grace W. Linden, Vincent R. Majchier, John J. McGuire, Walter G. Miller, 
Thomas J. Shakun, Marie D. Smith, Joseph S. Sudik. 



GLASTONBURY. Hartford County. — (Form of government, town manager, 
town council, board of finance.) — Inc., May, 1693; taken from Wethersfield. Area. 
52.5 sq. miles. Population, est., 24,100. Voting districts, 7. Children, 8,294. Princi- 
pal industries, agriculture, tobacco growing, poultry breeding, and manufacture of 
toiletries and machine tools. Transp. — Passenger: Served by buses of Conn. 
Transit from Hartford and Eastern Bus Lines, Inc. from New London. Freight: 
Served by numerous motor common carriers. Post offices, Glastonbury. South 
Glastonbury and East Glastonbury, and three rural free deliveries. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Edward J. Friedeberg: 
Hours, 8:30 A.M.-4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday; Address, 2108 Main St.. 
06033; Tel., 633-5231, Ext. 211, 212.— Asst. Clerks and Asst. Regs, of Vital Statis- 
tics, Winifred L. Poisson, Catherine B. Lawlor. — Town Manager, Donald C. 
Peach. — Town Council, Henry A. Kinne, Chm., Constantine Constantine, David 
E. Crow, Marcia W.-Erley, Janet R. Maher, James R. Mcintosh, Nancy L. Owen, 
Dale A. Richter, Joan L. Saglio. — Board of Finance, William B. Glotzer, Chm., 
Robert D. Bowden; Samuel Deich, Walter F. Hemlock, Edward F. McCabe, 
Diane Northrop. — Tax Collector, John F. Croce. — Board of Tax Review, Carl E. 
Bolin. Chm., J. Blaine Lewis, Jr., W. Michael Low, Robert A. Phelon, Richard J. 
Yedziniak. — Assessor, David MacArthur; Deputy, Arthur Peterson. — Registrars 
of Voters, Joan D. Kemble, Dem., Carolyn S. Larsen, Rep. — Acting Supt. of 
Schools, Henry R. Schoebel. — Board of Education, Henry J. D'Auria, Chm., Eliz- 
abeth Eliason, Charles C. Greenwald, Judith Harper, Vincent Palacino, Jr., 1979: 
Anne S. Alvord, Diane D. Twachtman, Douglas D. Webster, 1981. — Planning and 
Zoning Commission, Walter R. Casella, Chm., Charles F. Ames, William E. Fer- 
ris, Robert W. Jenkins, Robert P. Knickerbocker, Thomas J. Murray; Alternates, 
Timothy Moriarty, Lawrence B. Morse, Judith A. Stearns. — Director of Commu- 
nity Development, Richard Eigen. — Zoning Board of Appeals, Douglas T. Scott, 
Chm., Maurice Bourbeau, Walter L. Erley, Robert Gamer, Charles Monaco; Al- 
ternates, Arthur W. Bostick, David H. Elliott, Donald Gondek. — Economic Devel- 
opment Commission, Alden A. Ives, Chm., David J. Della-Bitta, Sonya Googins, 
David H. Lips, Robert F. McKinney, Peter C. Schwartz, Leo Steinhardt. — Rede- 
velopment Agency, Priscilla Burkhardt, Chm., Charles W. Brown, Edmund 
Downes, Mary E. Kimball, Barbara Pond, Kenneth P. Smith, Edward Stewart. 
D.V.M. — Housing Authority, Harvey A. Katz, Chm., Harold C. Buckingham. Jr.. 
Inez Hemlock, James Juros, James F. Noonan; William D. Willett, Exec. Dir. — 
Conservation Commission, Richard Mihm, Chm., Carol R. Burritt, Cynthia Fit- 
ton, Franklin Pond, Maria Robotham, Alan R. Spier, Peter Stern. — Environmen- 
talist, John Pagini. — Heritage Committee, Jean A. Greene, Chm., Doris Arm- 
stead, Sandra R. O'Leary, Marion H. Richardson, Madeline P. Schult/. Catherine 
E. Shea, Elizabeth Taylor, Thomas Theurkauf, John Waterhouse. — Parking Au- 
thority, Albert E. Aubin, Raymond C. Brezzo, Ruth DurTord, William P. 
O'Connell, Jr., Zygmon Onacki. — Commission on Aging, Gilbert D. Spencer, 



394 TOWNS, CITIES AND BOROUGHS 

Chm., Eleanor Bostick, Fleda Dean, Percy House, Alfred W. Lincoln, Paul Love, 
Winona Morse. — Human Relations Commission, Robert B. Titus, Chm., Mary 
Lou Barrett, Harold J. Kimball, Martin Mass, Margaret McKeever, Ginger 
Moore, Peter Preisner, James W. Ritter, Jr., Freya L. Sorenstein. — Director of 
Social Services, Hazfcl N. Hutt. — Charter Revision Commission, Richmond Perley, 
Chm., Margaret Berg, Edward Farrington, John Glezen, Hooks Johnston, Jr., 
James Lloyd, Robert Merritt, Barbara Moriarty, Jane Nystrom, Barbara Pond, 
Cheryl Turcotte. — Director of Health, Richard B. Coppa, R.S. — Library Direc- 
tors, Dennis Carrithers, Chm., Margaret Berg, Richard Burkhardt, Jr., Penelope 
B. Kelly, Charles E. Rignall, Raymond Wille. — Fine Arts Commission, Thomas D. 
Lips, Chm., Marilyn Becker, Krystina Celichowski, Thomas W. DeMille, Joan W. 
Dufford, David L. Fitton, Elizabeth Hamilton, Barbara Jenkins, Betsy Olmsted, 
Doris O'Rourke, Evelyn Preli, Phyllis L. Tildes, Johan Tschinkel, Woodward 
Waesche, Margot Winslow. — Community Beautifieation Committee, Olga Cor- 
ban, Lillian Loveland- Jones, Mary Lyons, Alice Moriarty, Mimi Sanford, Robert 
G. Shipman, Salvatore Vullo. — Recreation Commission, W. Gilbert Wolf, Chm., 
Joyce Allen, Linda Anderson, Robert A. Breen, David L. Motycka. — Dir. of Parks 
and Recreation, J. Baylis Earle. — Dir. of Youth Services, Edmund Meincke. — Dir. 
of Public Works, S. Robert Pryzby. — Civil Engineer, Joseph Cosentino. — Supt. of 
Highways, Edward G. Carini. — Building Inspector, Bernard Dion. — Building Code 
Board of Appeals, Ottis F. Hall, Chm., Calvin J. Carini, Edmund Van Dyke Cox, 
William L. Robotti, Philip P. Shaughnessy. — Housing Code Appeals Committee, 
Bernard Dion, Chm., Nelson C. Brown, Joseph J. Kugler, Martin Mass, Brian 
McCann. — Public Buildings Commission, William Olsson, Chm., Herbert W. Beh- 
rens, Robert J. Fagnoni, Leslie R. Kenny, Flori G. Minietti. — Sewer Commission, 
Lucretia Seidel, Chm., George Adamson, Maurice Bourbeau, Donald S. Crom- 
well, George W. Ripley, III, George Smith, Harold G. Symington. — Supt. of Sani- 
tation, Ralph Mandeville. — Sanitarian, Frank Richardson. — Chief of Police, 
Francis J. Hoffman. — Constables, Charles J. Fisher, Jr., Clarence F. Norton. — 
Chief of Fire Dept., Edward Siwy. — Fire Marshal, Howard H. Horton, Jr. — Board 
of Fire Comrs., William Constantine, Chm., Earl C. Goodale, Ernest E. Novey, 
Jr., Thorne Perry, John Sartori, Edward P. Urbansky. — Civil Preparedness Direc- 
tor, Robert F. DiBella. — Town Attorney, William S. Rogers. — Justices of the 
Peace, Mario L. Accornero, Philip J. Baribault, Jr., Francis B. Barnett, Jr., Caro- 
lyn O. Brown, Marjorie A. DeGray, Olga R. deSpautz, Robert F. DiBella, A. 
Estelle Flanagan, Winthrop M. Goodwin, Florence Z. Henderson, Herbert M. 
Johnson, Howard R. Kirck, Mary R. Lamphire, Laura F. McLean, Ruth A. 
Naughton, William P. O'Connell, Jr., Nicholas Paindiris, Lucretia Seidel, Ken- 
neth P. Smith, Brian E. Tyrol. 



GOSHEN. Litchfield County. — (Form of government, selectmen, town meet- 
ing, board of finance.) — Inc., Oct., 1739. Area, 45.6 sq. miles. Population, est., 
1,600. Voting district, 1. Children, 516. Dairy community, attractive lakes. Nearly 
1 ,400 acres of Mohawk State Forest are situated in Goshen. The Appalachian Trail 
passes through this heavily wooded wildlife sanctuary. Transp. — Freight: Served 
by numerous motor common carriers. Post office, Goshen. 



TOWNS, CITIES AND BOROUGHS 395 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Violet W. Vaill: 
Hours, 9-12 A.M., 1-3 P.M., Monday through Friday; Address, Town Office 
Bldg.. Rte. 63 North, P.O. Box 175, 06756; Tel., Torfington, 491-3647.— Asst. 
Clerk and Asst. Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Lorraine M. Franzi. — Selectmen, 1st, 
Richard C. Kobylenski, Rep. (Tel., 491-2308), Russell H. Jackson, Rep., Richard 
A. Corkum, Dem. — Treas. and Agent of Town Deposit Fund, Fredric B. Wad- 
hams. — Board of Finance, Johanne F. Nodine, Chm., Thomas J. Christian, James 
J. Meter, James P. O'Leary, Joseph F. Pedone, Edward J. Weber. — Tax Collector, 
Arthur W. Wistrom. — Board of Tax Review, Harriette F. GifTord, Chm., Henrietta 
C. Horvay, Charles Wazanowski. — Assessors, Walter M. Barrett, Chm., Rudolph 
Galeazzi, Thomas G. O'Neil. — Registrars of Voters, Marcia B. Barker, Dem., 
Lois K. Bligh, Rep. — Supt. of Schools, James M. Eisenhaure. — Planning Commis- 
sion, Peter A. Grusauskas, Chm., Minor F. H. Gouverneur, Janet M. Hooper. 
Howard C. Hughes, Alfred R. Huttig; Alternates, Marilyn L. Corkum, James E. 
Sok, Richard S. Steier. — Inland Wetlands Commission, Rudolph Galeazzi, Chm , 
Malcolm E. Archambeault, Christian E. Armbruster, Haworth W. Barker, II, Mi- 
chael Grusauskas, Henrietta C. Horvay, Wesley E. Schultz, Jr. — Agent for the 
Elderly, Paul Horvay. — Library Directors, Moya P. Morehouse, Chm., Marcia R. 
Evans, Lorraine M. Franzi, Jeannette S. Guildford, Joan M. Mosca, Virginia B. 
Wolven. — Recreation Commission, Barnett C. Laschever, Chm., Christine Arm- 
bruster, Clarence B. Harmon, Jr., Gregory S. Mitchell, Lindsey Kirk Pardon. 
Raymond P. Sonnati. — Building Inspector, Fire Marshal, Maxwell F. Tagan. — 
Building Code Board of Appeals, Leon E. Anstett, Christian E. Armbruster, Clif- 
ford A. Cooper, Henry J. Hieftje, George H. Schuster. — Sewer Authority, Ray- 
mond H. Connor, Chm., David T. Bonaguide, Howard B. Guildford, Peter C. 
Herbst, Carl G. Hooper. — Tree Warden, Joseph L. Sarri. — Chief of Police, Rich- 
ard C. Kobylenski. — Constables, Malcolm E. Archambeault. Scott M. Fraher, 
Robert B. Hall, Dennis E. Hughes, William F. Lang, James J. Meter. John M. 
Petro, Jr. — Chief of Fire Dept., William J. Hageman; Deputy, R. Christopher 
Mitchell. — Fire Marshal, Maxwell F. Tagan. — Board of Fire Comrs., Henr\ I 
Ross, Chm., Michael Grusauskas, Alfred E. Wright. — Cml Preparedness Direc- 
tor, R. Christopher Mitchell. — Town Attorney, Charles W. Roraback (P.O.. Tor- 
rington). — Justices of the Peace, Richard A. Corkum, Margaret Dranginis, Minor 
F. H. Gouverneur, Peter A. Grusauskas, Althea L. Hennequin. Robert R. Jean- 
favrc, John J. Kisiel, Ronald F. Nodine, Alfred H. Wright. 



GRANBY. Hartford County. — (Form of government, selectmen, chief admin- 
istrative officer, board of finance, town meeting.) — Inc., Oct., 1786; taken from 
Simsbury. Area, 41.3 sq. miles. Population, est., 7,200. Voting districts, 2. Chil- 
dren, 2,736. Principal industries, agriculture, dairying and tobacco farming. 
Transp. — Passenger: Served by buses of the Airfield Service Co. from Hartford 
and Granby. Freight: Served by numerous motor common carriers. Post offices, 
Granby, North Granby and West Granby. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs Cilesta V. 
Adamick; Hours, 9-12 A.M., 1-4 P.M., Mondav through Fridav; Address, Town 
Hall, 15 North Granby Rd., P.O. Box 13, 06035;' Tel., Simsbury, 653-2538.— Asst. 



396 TOWNS, CITIES AND BOROUGHS 

Clerk and Asst. Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mrs. Yolanda G. Still well. —Chief Admin- 
istrative Officer, William F. Smith, Jr. — Selectmen, 1st, Robert A. Verrengia, 
Dem., (Tel., 273-2067), Roger A. Hernsdorf, Rep., Frederick Jones, Rep., Elaine 

B. Jones, Dem., William H. Stewart, Dem. — Treas. and Agent of Town Deposit 
Fund, Donald W. Chamberlain. — Board of Finance, Wyman Ward, Chm., Donald 

C. Dickey, Ronald J. Gould, Roger K. Hayes, David R. Keffer, Richard E. Mor- 
rill. — Tax Collector, Muriel I. Oehring. — Board of Tax Review, Lowell C. John- 
son