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William A. O'Neill:

An Inventory of His Gubernatorial Records at the Connecticut State Archives.

Subseries Title: Environmental Protection

Subseries ID: 001CL-0049

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0630049CL-001Environmental ProtectionJanuary 1981Fishermen's' Association requests better weather forecasting for New England fishing grounds; opposition to Litter Control and Recycling Act of 1978 from businessman; operating data report for Millsto
0630049CL-002Environmental ProtectionFebruary 1981PCB contamination of Housatonic River needs to be addressed; legislative agenda of the Connecticut Forest and Park Association; Sierra Club's comments on the Clean Air Act; US Department of Agricultur
0630049CL-003Environmental ProtectionMarch 1981Report from Army Corps of Engineers; suggestion for conserving water; opposition to leg-hold trap; information about the drought in the Northeast; hearings conducted for Pfizer Inc.'s application to b
0630049CL-004Environmental ProtectionApril 1981National Response Team requests state involvement in revising its National Oil and Hazardous Substances Pollution Contingency Plan to meet regulations in federal Superfund legislation; legal action ta
0630049CL-005Environmental ProtectionMay 1981Questions about fishing in state reservoirs; propose state publication on minerals; Connecticut Outdoor Recreation Action Program; object to arrest for fishing in restricted area. [Most letters bucked
0630049CL-006Environmental ProtectionJune 1-15, 1981Governor concerned about federal funding cuts of grants for water pollution control; protest fee to use State Park; New England River Basins Commission position statement regarding acid rain; industry
0630049CL-007Environmental ProtectionJune 16-30, 1981Information concerning Connecticut's petition against the Long Island Lighting Company; states move to reestablish state authority to control foreign processing operations; review of Coast Guard plans
0630049CL-008Environmental ProtectionJuly 1981Complaint about noise from nearby plant; complaints about condition of state parks; opposition to leg-hold traps; residents protest closing of some state parks; call for multi-state gypsy moth control
0630049CL-009Environmental ProtectionAugust-September 1981Need to protect farm land; individual wants to develop aquaculture site; request that camp sites be reserved for bicyclists; question why state is not spraying to control gypsy moth; town complains ab
0630049CL-010Environmental ProtectionOctober 1981Protest deer hunting laws; concern about air emissions from the Upjohn Company plant; Governor writes to Senator Dodd in support of his legislation addressing the problem of interstate air pollution;
0640049CL-011Environmental ProtectionNovember-December 1981Conflict over access to state lands; concern about release of PCBs at the incinerator in Middletown; information about the Northeastern Forest Fire Protection Commission; Governor of Virginia John D.
0640049CL-012Environmental Protection--Biweekly Reports1981
0640049CL-013Environmental Protection--Bottle Bill1981Requests for assessment of bill's effectiveness; constituents express opinions for and against bill that requires deposits on beverage containers; complaint about elimination of the Employee Dislocati
0640049CL-014Environmental Protection--CRRA1981Protest lack of competitive bidding for refuse transportation; quarterly report of the Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority; concern for safety at transfer station in Darien; status report on the
0640049CL-015Environmental Protection--Connecticut River Assembly1981Assessment of federal budget cuts on Connecticut River Estuary Regional Planning Agency; Municipal Interview Summary for Capitol Region communities; notices of meetings; minutes; standards for use and
0640049CL-016Environmental Protection--Farmington River tunnel1981Letters in opposition to the plans to build a tunnel to divert water from the Farmington River to Barkhamstead Reservoir; request to postpone referendum on tunnel pending an environmental study.
0640049CL-017Environmental Protection--Greenwich WaterJanuary 1981Connecticut-American Water Company reports on water supply and demand in Greenwich and company's efforts to meet demand; newspaper articles about water shortage.
0640049CL-018Environmental Protection--Greenwich WaterFebruary 1981Connecticut-American Water Company reports on water supply and demand in Greenwich and company's efforts to meet demand; newspaper articles about water shortage; letter from Greenwich First Selectman
0640049CL-019Environmental Protection--Greenwich WaterMarch-May 1981Connecticut-American Water Company reports on water supply and demand in Greenwich and company's efforts to meet demand; newspaper articles about water shortage.
064 0049CL-020Environmental Protection--Greenwich WaterJune-July 1981Connecticut-American Water Company reports on water supply and demand in Greenwich and company's efforts to meet demand; newspaper articles about water shortage.
064 0049CL-021Environmental Protection--Greenwich WaterAugust-September 1981Connecticut-American Water Company reports on water supply and demand in Greenwich and company's efforts to meet demand; newspaper articles about water shortage.
065 0049CL-022Environmental Protection--Greenwich WaterOctober-November 1981Connecticut-American Water Company reports on water supply and demand in Greenwich and company's efforts to meet demand; newspaper articles about water shortage.
065 0049CL-023Environmental Protection--Harkness Memorial [State Park]1981Opposition to changing park entrance back to the original one that passed Camp Harkness (for the handicapped); support for reopening old entrance; news articles; maps.
065 0049CL-024Environmental Protection--Long Island Sound Study1981Army Corps of Engineers' environmental impact statements concerning disposal of dredged material in Long Island Sound.
065 0049CL-025Environmental Protection--Memos to/from Commissioner1981Notice of Saugatuck Boat Ramp going before Bond Commission; proposal to use unallocated balance from Bond funds to build forest access roads; opposition to construction of mall in Waterford; concern a
065 0049CL-026Environmental Protection--New Haven Harbor Dredging1981Feasibility report on dredging project from Army Corps of Engineers; concern about impact of dredging on the oyster industry.
065 0049CL-027Environmental Protection--PCBs1981Oppose PCB (polychlorinated biphenyls) storage facility on Naugatuck River; oppose burning of PCBs by Northeast Utilities; information on birth defects caused by PCBs; state requests exemption from th
065 0049CL-028Environmental Protection--Windham Landfill1981Oppose landfill on Shetucket River in Windham; Governor congratulates municipal officials on the opening of the Windham Energy Recovery Facility.
065 0049CL-029Environmental Protection1982Concern about water quality in Coventry; Commissioner outlines steps the Department will take in developing the Radiological Emergency Response Plan; state response to proposed revision to federal reg
065 0049CL-030Environmental ProtectionFebruary-May 1983Protest draining pond without prior notification; state agencies surveyed in development of a Flood Hazard Mitigation Plan; report on flooding in New Haven following June 5-6, 1982 storm; notice of pu
065 0049CL-031Environmental ProtectionJune-July 1983Concern about delay in repairing two dams in Westbrook area; constituent protests restricted access to Fort Griswold State Park; complaint about shortage of camp sites in the state; landowners oppose
065 0049CL-032Environmental ProtectionAugust-September 1983State asked to answer questionnaire concerning activities addressing groundwater contamination; urge Governor to protect the North American Black Duck; oppose construction of boat launch at Patchaug P
065 0049CL-033Environmental ProtectionOctober-December 1983Background information on state actions regarding urea formaldehyde foam insulation; final decision on water diversion application; concern about proposed budget cuts to the New England seismic networ
065 0049CL-034Environmental Protection--Hancock [Brook Rifle Range]1983Letters in support of and opposition to construction of shooting range in Plymouth.
065 0049CL-035Environmental ProtectionJanuary-March 1984Company president protests fine imposed for not registering a boiler; request for state funds to complete Birchwood Gardens Flood Control Project; complaints of odors from water treatment facility at
0660049CL-036Environmental ProtectionApril-May 1984Information about Connecticut's bottle bill; conflict regarding budgets of Department of Environmental Protection and Department of Motor Vehicles; Congressman Stewart B. McKinney trying to establish
0660049CL-037Environmental ProtectionJune-July 1984Protest continuing pollution from Raymark Corp. of Stratford; oppose application by ITT to discharge arsenic; concern about sewage treatment plant discharges into Long Island Sound; minimum stream flo
0660049CL-038Environmental ProtectionAugust-September 1984Flooding in Portland needs immediate response; complaint of odor from landfill site; owner of manufacturing company opposes regulations that allow citizens to cite industrial dischargers; concern abou
0660049CL-039Environmental ProtectionOctober-December 1984Governor requests municipalities participate in developing a Flood Hazard Mitigation Plan; lack of dam repairs threatens Lake Williams in Lebanon; protest construction of a regional septage lagoon in
0660049CL-040Environmental Protection--Biweekly Reports1984
0660049CL-041Environmental Protection--Ethylene Dibromide1984Pillsbury Company supports government regulations banning use of EDB (a fumigant for grain crops and also used in leaded gas) in grain-based foods and describes its precautions; Governor explains stat
0660049CL-042Environmental Protection--Flooding1984Oppose construction of dam in South Windsor to prevent flooding, Governor explains necessity of dam; Army Corps of Engineers report on New England flood control activities; town of Cromwell thanks Gov
0660049CL-043Environmental Protection--Gallup Farm1984Opposition and support for proposed exchange of forest land for state-owned farm fields. The original owner of the farm is requesting the swap.
0660049CL-044Environmental Protection--Hancock Brook Firing Range1984Opposition and support of Governor's decision to halt development of firing range.
0660049CL-045Environmental ProtectionJanuary-March 1985Urge Governor to support Department's request for funds to reimburse municipalities for Land and Water Conservation Fund projects; urge preservation of Bluff Point Coastal Reserve; flying club wants p
0660049CL-046Environmental ProtectionApril-May 1985Governor writes to Connecticut's Congressional delegation expressing his strong support for continued funding of the state portion of the Land and Water Conservation Fund and urging their support; con
0660049CL-047Environmental ProtectionJune-July 1985Oppose logging at state parks; odor problems at Elm City Cheese Company; information concerning the Governor's Pesticide Task Force; students urge Governor to protect animals; urge creation of a Marin
0660049CL-048Environmental ProtectionAugust-September 1985Request Governor to investigate decisions by the Granby Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Commission; oppose construction of boat dock at Gillette Castle State Park; proposed federal land exchange will
0660049CL-049Environmental ProtectionOctober-December 1985Company protests penalty imposed by Department; complaint about air pollution from wood smoke; support budget for Bluff Point Coastal Reserve and Park management plan; petition opposing cuts in fundin
0670049CL-050Environmental Protection--Ethylene Dibromide1985Resident opposes construction of sewer system to resolve ethylene dibromide (EDB) contamination of water in Somersville; town of Somers' ethylene dibromide study and recommendations.
0670049CL-051Environmental ProtectionJanuary-March 1986Dry cleaning industry opposed to proposed program to control hazardous air pollutants; praise for game wardens; oppose leg-hold traps; suggest using Civilian Conservation Corps to help state preserve
067 0049CL-052Environmental ProtectionApril 1986Petition and letter against leg-hold traps; Governor asks Congressional delegation to oppose FEMA raising flood insurance rates; concern about boaters safety along state's coast; petition opposing duc
067 0049CL-053Environmental ProtectionMay 1986Labor department reports findings of a study on the feasibility of establishing a program for training women to perform work associated with constructing sewerage systems; students ask Governor to pro
067 0049CL-054Environmental ProtectionJune-July 1986Residents want state to spray for gypsy moth; seniors protest fee for Charter Oak Pass; company requests Governor's support for its cogeneration project; company protests civil penalty issued by Depar
067 0049CL-055Environmental ProtectionAugust-September 1986Resident wants state to spray for gypsy moth; concern about development in Simsbury that could adversely affect inland wetlands; oppose construction of a company for reasons of potential pollution; to
067 0049CL-056Environmental ProtectionOctober-November 1986Request Governor to extend the seaward boundary of Connecticut; concern for integrity of local dams and the bodies of water they retain; oppose sale of land by Ansonia-Derby Water Company; concern abo
067 0049CL-057Environmental ProtectionDecember 1986Individual wants to start rail service to Middletown when Conrail ceases its service; proposal for combating Lyme disease; company protests changes to air pollution regulations; protest long-term leas
067 0049CL-058Environmental ProtectionJanuary 1987Summary of findings of Municipal Solid Waste Recycling Task Force; protest long-term lease of bird sanctuary to Connecticut Audubon Society; environmental group requests input in selection of next Com
068 0049CL-059Environmental ProtectionFebruary 1-11, 1987Protest closing of Remington Gun Club; Connecticut Solid Waste Management Advisory Council statement of support for Department's draft recycling plan; request state to expedite bond issue for state to
068 0049CL-060Environmental ProtectionFebruary 16-28, 1987Department's finding that Department of Transportation must dredge a tidal lake due to damages caused by the removal of the Greenwich toll booth; protest closing of Remington Gun Club; suggestion to m
068 0049CL-061Environmental ProtectionMarch 1-15, 1987Information concerning the Regional Response Team that responds to environmental emergencies; Governor describes legislation concerning the state's regional recycling program; protest closing of Remin
068 0049CL-062Environmental ProtectionMarch 16-31, 1987Final report on hazard mitigation implementation measures taken by Department; boundary line agreement between state and private citizen; praise Governor's support of non-wildlife management; oppose l
068 0049CL-063Environmental ProtectionApril 1-9, 1987Protest closing of Remington Gun Club; bequest of tidal marsh land to the state; students ask Governor's opinion of nuclear waste; protest relocating fishers to the state; East Windsor residents conce
068 0049CL-064Environmental ProtectionApril 10-20, 1987Petition and letters protesting closing of Remington Gun Club; residents angry about odor from their municipal solid waste disposal area; petition opposing leg-hold trap; allegations of illegal activi
068 0049CL-065Environmental ProtectionApril 21-30, 1987Connecticut River Assembly's position on developing Middletown's waterfront; urge Governor to support findings of the Open Space Task Force and create a fund for purchasing open space; environmental i
068 0049CL-066Environmental ProtectionMay 1-14, 1987League of Women Voters request funding for a management plan for the Quinebaug River Basin; request Governor purchase more shoreline lands for state use; urge Governor to support Department's budget;
068 0049CL-067Environmental ProtectionMay 14-31, 1987Town selectmen pass a resolution urging the Governor to appoint a task force to study disposal of solid waste and he responds by describing activities already done or in planning; company claims Depar
069 0049CL-068Environmental ProtectionJune1-9, 1987Minutes of the Northwest Interstate Compact Committee meeting; appeal to Governor to study Department to make recommendations for reorganization and a separate Department of Natural Resources; safety
069 0049CL-069Environmental ProtectionJune 10-19, 1987Suggest state create an Adirondack Park to preserve open space; oppose leg-hold trap; fee for use of boat launches by non-residents is too high; Governor requests 75% of funds from the federal Clean W
069 0049CL-070Environmental ProtectionJune 20-30, 1987Citizens Advisory Committee for the Long Island Sound Study offering series of workshops-cruises; U.S. Department of Energy provides updated plan for the disposal of the nation's commercial and defens
069 0049CL-071Environmental ProtectionJuly 1-7, 1987Concern about settling controversy surrounding Lake Williams and the Gilman Brothers-owned dam in Lebanon; New York City Mayor Edward Koch asks for Governor's cooperation in nominating shared waterway
069 0049CL-072Environmental ProtectionJuly 8-19, 1987Protest houses built in salt water tidal marsh; concern for safe drinking water; swimmer's safety threatened by boat lane near Sound View Beach and Department needs to address; complaint of odors at S
069 0049CL-073Environmental ProtectionJuly 20-30, 1987Fire chiefs assert need to include them in implementing the Emergency Planning and Right-to-Know section of the Superfund Act; swimmer's safety threatened by boat lane near Sound View Beach and Depart
069 0049CL-074Environmental ProtectionAugust 1-13, 1987Complaints about conditions and services at state parks; petitions and letters opposing construction of trash-to-energy plant in Middletown; criticize Department's handling of Lake Williams issue; con
069 0049CL-075Environmental ProtectionAugust 14-31, 1987Governor responds to Senator Tom Daschle about the use of alcohol fuels; students oppose use of drag gill net for catching fish; large boats and jet skis threaten Candlewood Lake; Power Squadrons fear
069 0049CL-076Environmental ProtectionSeptember 1-9, 1987Question about need for and motives of the Connecticut Public Interest Research Groups; article by the Nature Conservancy; reports on Raymark Corporation's history of pollution and on the findings of
070 0049CL-077Environmental ProtectionSeptember 10-21, 1987Question about Bakers Cove status for recreational shell fishing; complaint of odors from nearby factories; proposal to develop a national archival center for data pertaining to tires as solid waste;
070 0049CL-078Environmental ProtectionSeptember 22-29, 1987Campaign to ban cans of Spectracide insect control; Department of the Interior report on Payments in Lieu of Taxes; report on drowning at Lake Besek; oppose killing mute swans to control population; c
070 0049CL-079Environmental ProtectionOctober 2-6, 1987Concern for boating safety; city of Norwich requests permit to dredge the Yantic River; urge Governor to save dolphins from pollution; Center for Clean Air Policy's report on acid rain; state senator
070 0049CL-080Environmental ProtectionOctober 7-15, 1987Urge Governor to support nomination of the Farmington River as a Wild and Scenic River; concern about damage to Patchaug Pond during construction of boat ramp; concern about chemical hazardous waste
070 0049CL-081Environmental ProtectionOctober 16-31, 1987Request postponement of boat ramp at Patchaug Pond; request Department stock Housatonic River with rainbow trout; Governor describes benefit of a bottle deposit program; oppose purchasing power from H
070 0049CL-082Environmental ProtectionNovember 1-18, 1987Analysis of the proposed Governor's Environmental Achievement Awards; suggest a license for boaters; deed to clarify boundary between state and private land; progress report on state's recycling prog
070 0049CL-083Environmental ProtectionNovember 19-30, 1987Concerns about nuclear power plant safety; report of damaged dam; oppose leg-hold trap; state representative request additional funds in the budget for providing grants to improve the water quality o
070 0049CL-084Environmental ProtectionDecember 1-14, 1987Connecticut General Assembly's Solid Waste Recycling Advisory Council supports U.S.E.P.A. proposed rule to establish minimum content standards for paper; press releases from Connecticut Hazardous Wast
070 0049CL-085Environmental ProtectionDecember 15-22, 1987Legislative agenda of the Connecticut Forest and Park Association; New York State licensing law could have adverse effect on Connecticut in-shore commercial fishermen and Governor expresses his concer
071 0049CL-086Environmental ProtectionDecember 23-31, 1987Host Siting Plan to be submitted to the Northeast Interstate Low-Level Radioactive Waste Commission; state representative thanks Governor for responding to his report on New York State licensing law c
071 0049CL-087Environmental Protection--Applications1987Notices of applications to divert water under the Connecticut Water Diversion Policy Act.
071 0049CL-088Environmental ProtectionJanuary 1-20, 1988Complaint about Department's handling of a case; petitions opposing nuclear power and requesting phase-out of nuclear power plants in the state; Council of State Governments to highlight Connecticut's
071 0049CL-089Environmental ProtectionJanuary 21-31, 1987Notice of workshops to discuss recycling municipal solid waste; students write to the Governor expressing their concerns for the preservation of Long Island Sound, he responds with actions taken by th
071 0049CL-090Environmental ProtectionFebruary 1-17, 1988Progress reports on the state's recycling program; report of violation of water diversion law; request additional funds to preserve Long Island Sound; praise for program of purchasing open space; conc
071 0049CL-091Environmental ProtectionFebruary 18-29, 1988Complaint about lack of power from nuclear plants during recent cold spell; Army Corps of Engineers status report of the New Haven Harbor Navigation Improvement Project; town wants state funds to buil
071 0049CL-092Environmental ProtectionMarch 1-14, 1988Suggestions for better handling of correspondence by the Department; concern about disposition of former Remington Gun Club property, suggest state purchase; students express concern about depleting o
071 0049CL-093Environmental ProtectionMarch 15-17, 1988USEPA and other federal agencies' statements on the proposed relocation of Route 6; permit process is slow due to lack of staff in Department; Commissioner Carother's statement on progress in implemen
071 0049CL-094Environmental ProtectionMarch 18-31, 1988Support for open space program; concern about disposition of former Remington Gun Club property; oppose tire-burning facility in Sterling; notice of amendment of regulations concerning the state's man
072 0049CL-095Environmental ProtectionApril 4-18, 1988Concern about deer/vehicle collisions; continued campaign against cans of Spectracide; need more state parks; information about Arbor Day; information about the environmental benefits of foam cups; G
072 0049CL-096Environmental ProtectionApril 19-27, 1988Update report from Army Corps of Engineers; request for information about regulations concerning renewable energy; update on state recycling program; oppose sewer easement through Larkin State Bridle
072 0049CL-097Environmental ProtectionMay 1988Student expresses concern that balloons kill wildlife; oppose expansion of hazardous waste processing facility; student expresses concern for ozone depletion; student has questions about the new state
072 0049CL-098Environmental ProtectionJune 1988Concern about danger to wildlife from a balloon release; Governor designates August 7-13, 1988, as Civilian Conservation Corps Week in Connecticut; complaint about condition of state parks; support fo
072 0049CL-099Environmental ProtectionJuly 1-22, 1988Oppose sewer easement through Larkin State Bridle Trail, Governor provides state's position; Rhode Island Governor DiPrete presents resolution calling for immediate cessation of ocean dumping; Texaco
072 0049CL-100Environmental ProtectionJuly 23-30, 1988Congressman proposes a state/federal partnership to establish a Long Island Sound Superfund, Governor gives qualified support; correspondence and information gathered as part of an investigation of a
072 0049CL-101Environmental ProtectionAugust 1-15, 1988Students tell Governor that recycling is good for the environment; oppose incineration of solid waste; metal processors refuse to take certain types of metal goods, towns are anxious; state representa
072 0049CL-102Environmental ProtectionAugust 16-31, 1988Department reasserts its proposal for Lake Williams; praise for agency staff; wells contaminated by gasoline; students and citizens ask Governor to stop pollution and medical waste dumping in Long Is
072 0049CL-103Environmental ProtectionSeptember 1-12, 1988Suggestions for reducing greenhouse effect; support using the Farmington Canal Rail Line as recreation area; oppose exchange of land in Marlborough for land in Pomfret; urge Governor to continue cost
073 0049CL-104Environmental ProtectionSeptember 13-22, 1988General concern about pollution in the state; oppose construction of truck weigh station in Greenwich; suggestion for strengthening recycling policy by requiring government and industry to use recycle
073 0049CL-105Environmental ProtectionSeptember 23-30, 1988Prevent development in Norwalk by purchasing land as open space; thank Governor for signing Long Island Sound Bi-State Marine Resources Committee legislation into law; urges state purchase of the Savi
073 0049CL-106Environmental ProtectionOctober 1-19, 1988Urge Governor to enforce littering laws; oppose construction of transfer station on neighboring property; protest trapping beavers at landfill; protest removing underground storage tanks; anger about
073 0049CL-107Environmental ProtectionOctober 20-26, 1988Concern about environment in general; Nancy Johnson sends a copy of H.R. 4338, a bill prohibiting dumping sewage sludge in ocean waters; criticism of department's handling of water pollution case; inf
073 0049CL-108Environmental ProtectionOctober 27-31, 1988Anger about location of hearing on Greenwich truck weigh station; request Governor's endorsement of plans to maintain and enhance public park lands in Bridgeport; petitions oppose incinerator at Elect
073 0049CL-109Environmental ProtectionNovember 1988Concern about environment in general and medical waste in particular; oppose youth hunts and pheasant stocking; concern about impact of Route 7 improvements; protest camping fees; anger about location
073 0049CL-110Environmental ProtectionDecember 1-14, 1988Concern about the environment in general; notice of Town of Newington bringing suit against the Department for violating emission standards or limitations in regards to Balf Company; complaint about d
073 0049CL-111Environmental ProtectionDecember 15-31, 1988Company interested in establishing licensing criteria for radon mitigation workers; asks Governor to designate state land for all terrain vehicles; thanks Governor for assistance in obtaining Skinner
073 0049CL-112[Environmental Protection]--Council on Environmental Quality1988Explanation of why the Council did not urge the General Assembly to raise Connecticut Environmental Policy Act legislation in 1988; meeting agendas.
073 0049CL-113[Environmental Protection]--Long Island Sound1988Form letters concerning the need to save the Sound.
073 0049CL-114[Environmental Protection]--Soil and Water Conservation1988Information concerning Outstanding Conservation Farmer awards; Connecticut Soil and Water Conservation Districts legislative issues update; information concerning National Soil and Water Conservation
073 0049CL-115Environmental ProtectionJanuary 1-11, 1989Oil Heat Task Force reports leakage from underground tanks is negligible; individual investigates possibility of land exchanger between him and the state; oppose pheasant stocking program; change of w
074 0049CL-116Environmental ProtectionJanuary 12-27, 1989Oppose removal of Bevins Pond dam in East Hampton; public notices of hearings to consider permit requests and newsletters from the Army Corps of Engineers; complaint about delay in obtaining hunting l
074 0049CL-117Environmental ProtectionFebruary 1, 1989Information concerning the Magnuson Fishery Conservation and Management Act; complaint about delay in processing permit applications, with copies of correspondence and forms.
074 0049CL-118Environmental ProtectionFebruary 4-10, 1989Oppose incineration of solid waste; questions about land chosen as potential sites for ash residue disposal; concern about preservation of coastal areas; oppose leg-hold trap; concern about security a
074 0049CL-119Environmental ProtectionFebruary 20-28, 1989Petition against new incinerators; comparison of Lake Williams and Red Cedar Lake as recreational areas; concern about disposal of medical and infectious waste; Mansfield protests that northeastern Co
074 0049CL-120Environmental ProtectionMarch 1-10, 1989Questions and concerns about land chosen as potential sites for ash residue disposal; concern about sales and proposals to sell watershed properties owned by Bridgeport Hydraulic Co.; question about s
074 0049CL-121Environmental ProtectionMarch 13-31, 1989Failure of Laboratory on Wheels program was waste of money; oppose incinerator in Cromwell; form letters opposing incinerator in Portland; individual interested in purchasing parcel of state land; opp
074 0049CL-122Environmental ProtectionMarch 28, 1989Petition opposing incinerator in Portland.
074 0049CL-123Environmental ProtectionApril 1-10, 1989Oppose removal of Bevins Pond dam in East Hampton; suggestions to improve condition of Long Island Sound; controversy concerning the Farmington Canal rail line from newspaper articles; question about
075 0049CL-124Environmental ProtectionApril 11, 1989Resident protests seizure of lands by eminent domain; students suggest a state shell, the oyster; students urge Governor to clean and protect Long Island Sound.
075 0049CL-125Environmental ProtectionApril 12-19, 1989Introduces technology for hospital waste disinfection; Darien Environmental Protection Commission issues resolution stating Connecticut needs a more serious commitment to the cleanup of hazardous wast
075 0049CL-126Environmental ProtectionApril 20-28, 1989Petition to President Bush urging the government to address the oil spill in Alaska; Connecticut Congressmen suggest a regional summit with New York and New Jersey to discuss economic and environmenta
075 0049CL-127Environmental ProtectionMay 1-8, 1989Oppose timber harvesting in Paugnut State Forest; concern about lawn fertilizers polluting groundwater; questions how Governor will enforce emissions standards for power plants; individual wants to se
075 0049CL-128Environmental ProtectionMay 9-22, 2989Oppose ash residue landfill sites in northeastern Connecticut; question amount of money spent on air pollution control; personnel issues; notice of public hearing regarding Pleasure Beach; urge Govern
075 0049CL-129Environmental ProtectionMay 23-31, 1989Thank Governor for keeping state parks open; neighbors upset about slow restoration of beach; protest paying fee to use public boat ramp; Governor describes processes involved in developing the Mid-Co
075 0049CL-130Environmental ProtectionJune 2-24, 1989Oppose incinerator in Portland; oppose site in North Haven as possible ash residue landfill site; Alaska residents offer to speak about what went wrong in Prince William Sound; complaint about conditi
075 0049CL-131Environmental ProtectionJune 26-30, 1989Bank institutes Help Save Our Sound education and fund-raising program; oppose wood burning power plant in Killingly; Cedar Lake Management Association petitions state for funds to buy a weed harveste
075 0049CL-132Environmental ProtectionJuly 1989Oppose construction on inland wetlands in Middletown; fisheries management question; Department oversight of marinas; children object to cutting trees; complaint about conditions of state parks; inter
076 0049CL-133Environmental ProtectionAugust 1-15, 1989Alleged illegal filling of wetlands; alleged harassment by Conservation Officers; propose a plan to preserve mineral resources; controversy over illegal house built below Andover Lake dam; status repo
076 0049CL-134Environmental ProtectionAugust 16-21, 1989Oppose Mid-Connecticut Resources Recovery facility; urge Governor to protect shoreline; State Implementation Plan, Air Quality Conformancy Report by the Department of Transportation; question about ho
076 0049CL-135Environmental ProtectionAugust 23-31, 1989Urge Governor to expedite cleanup of Mohawk Mountain; protest a fine imposed at Harkness State Park; complaint about treatment by state marine patrol officer; anger that part of money raised at greyho
076 0049CL-136Environmental ProtectionSeptember 1-12, 1989Oppose wood burning energy plants in Torrington and Killingly; protest closing Compo Beach to waterfowl hunting; state senator concerned about delay in purchasing land for the West Rock Ridge Park; ur
076 0049CL-137Environmental ProtectionSeptember 13-30, 1989Urge Governor to increase funding for the department; concern about safety of coastal wildfowl hunting; promote recycling instead of incinerators; information about environmental illness; complaint ab
076 0049CL-138Environmental ProtectionOctober 2-18, 1989Invitation to Governor to attend Arbor Day celebration; concern about oil spills; Conference on State Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act; notes to the Connecticut Earth Day 20 Steering
076 0049CL-139Environmental ProtectionOctober 19-31, 1989Criticism of Connecticut Humane Society; notice of application to waive requirement for public hearing; Governor supports work of the North American Wildlife Association; information about the Automot
076 0049CL-140Environmental ProtectionNovember 1-16, 1989Oppose landfill in Douglas, Mass.; company asks Governor to declare moratorium on new hazardous waste incinerators and landfills; propose method of cleaning oil spills; Governor urges congressional de
076 0049CL-141Environmental ProtectionNovember 20-30, 1989Students express concerns about pollution and rights of the white tailed deer; Beardsley Zoo wants to participate in Earth Day; announcement of first meeting of the Bi-State Long Island Sound Marine R
077 0049CL-142Environmental ProtectionDecember 1989Ask Governor to support bond issue to purchase land in the Housatonic State Forest; citizens request a pier at Fort Hale be named in honor of local resident; Governor of New Jersey proposes national e
077 0049CL-143[Environmental Protection]January 1-16, 1990Sports fishermen oppose commercial exploitation of striped bass; information on the Farmington Canal line acquisition; urge Governor to maintain department budget; Connecticut Forest and Park Associat
077 0049CL-144[Environmental Protection]January 19-31, 1990Sports fishermen oppose commercial exploitation of striped bass; information on recycling initiatives requested; request state permission to access property through state land; object to killing mute
077 0049CL-145[Environmental Protection]February 1-5, 1990Sports fishermen oppose commercial exploitation of striped bass; report of hazardous waste dump in Manchester; request information about emissions from wood burning stoves; application for water diver
077 0049CL-146[Environmental Protection]February 7-20, 1990Sports fishermen oppose commercial exploitation of striped bass; students express concerns for the environment; meeting of Bi-State Long Island Sound Committee announced; town of Lisbon protests block
077 0049CL-147[Environmental Protection]February 21-28, 1990Oppose wood burning power plant in Killingly; constituent supports recycling; Governor of Rhode Island hosting conference on safe navigation of vessels carrying petroleum products; Senator Joseph Lieb
077 0049CL-148[Environmental Protection]March 1-14, 1990Oppose wood burning energy plant in Torrington; allegation of harassment by department; notice of oil spill prevention conference in Rhode Island; request for expedited decision by bonding commission;
077 0049CL-149[Environmental Protection]March 15-31, 1990Effort to recall cans of Spectracide that explode; student requests information for science project; department cannot endorse use of clean burn waste oil furnace; company having trouble obtaining wat
077 0049CL-150[Environmental Protection]April 1-17, 1990Offer to purchase eggs or live birds to protect mute swans; concern about decline in the Housatonic Trout Management area; department describes actions taken to enhance oil spill preparedness and prev
077 0049CL-151[Environmental Protection]April 18-30, 1990Resident asks whether town has to return a state grant; praise for department's Community Environmental Education Program and request for additional funding; students express their concerns about poll
078 0049CL-152[Environmental Protection]May1-13, 1990Students express their concerns about pollution and the environment; Governor describes egg shaking program to control mute swan population; concern about pollution of Long Island Sound; problems enco
078 0049CL-153[Environmental Protection]May 14-17, 1990National Soft Drink Association promotes recycling; students express their concerns about pollution and the environment; Governor thanks Earth Day coordinator; urge Governor to support H.B. 5846, An
078 0049CL-154[Environmental Protection]May 18-31, 1990Response to objections to building oyster boat moorings; students express their concerns about pollution and the environment; urge Governor to support H.B. 5846, An Act Concerning Water Pollution Cont
078 0049CL-155[Environmental Protection]June 1-12, 1990Students express their concerns about pollution and the environment; report of encroachment on state lands; approves of increase in department's budget for natural resources and recreation; oppose dee
078 0049CL-156[Environmental Protection]June 13-30, 1990Oppose deer hunting in Bluff Point Preserve to control population; relates problems from leaking oil tank in front yard; oppose land exchange between state and private citizen; oppose Iroquois Gas Tra
078 0049CL-157[Environmental Protection]July 1-16, 1990Urge Governor to support H.B. 5846, An Act Concerning Water Pollution Control; applications for water diversion; request bonding for state purchase of land in Tolland; oppose deer hunting in Bluff Poi
078 0049CL-158[Environmental Protection]July 17-31, 1990Support and opposition to boat ramp on Quinnipiac River in the Hamden area; company proposes to provide ethanol for state vehicles; environmental bills before Congress; applications to divert water; s
078 0049CL-159[Environmental Protection]August 1-21, 1990Object to new trash removal system at Wharton Brook State Park; applications to divert water; concerns about land use; businesses support Iroquois Gas Transmission System; oppose deer hunt on Bristol
078 0049CL-160[Environmental Protection]August 22, 1990Oppose hunting and criticize land management in Pequannock Valley, Governor sends copy of management report.
078 0049CL-161[Environmental Protection]August 23-30, 1990Complaint about deplorable state of plants in greenhouse at Harkness State Park; Oppose hunting and criticize land management in Pequannock Valley; precipitation reports from the Committee on Automate
079 0049CL-162[Environmental Protection]September 1990Concerns that New York State coal burning plant will pollute Connecticut air; concern about pollution in Thames River Valley due to industry; business supports Iroquois Gas Transmission System; compla
079 0049CL-163[Environmental Protection]October-December 1990Students express their concerns about the environment, ask for Governor's opinion; complaint about quarry operators stripping trees from land by ; oppose composting facility in New Milford; company o
079 0049CL-164[Environmental Protection--AES Thames]March-September 1990Letters in support and in opposition to closing the AES Thames Cogeneration Plant in Uncasville. Those supporting closing dislike it being coal-fired. Others ask Governor to either enforce environmen
079 0049CL-165[Environmental Protection--AES Thames]July 1990Letters supporting closing AES Thames Cogeneration Plant, including copies of letters sent to acting Attorney General Clarine Riddle.
079 0049CL-166Environmental Protection--Memos to/from Commissioner1990Audit report and response; report that department will not be able to draft regulations by deadline; report on implementation of P.A. 89-35, An Act Concerning Aquifer Protection Areas.
079 0049CL-167Environmental Protection1991Information about tire disposal; steps and schedule for implementation of the Clean Air Act Amendments signed into law November 1990; students requesting information for research papers.
079 0049CL-168[Environmental Protection]--Acid Rain1984U.S. Senator Max Baucus surveys governors' views on acid rain; Ohio Governor Celeste sends his testimony before the U.S. House of Representatives Subcommittee on Health and the Environment regarding a
079 0049CL-169[Environmental Protection]--Acid Rain1985Student asks for Governor's opinion on acid rain, Governor responds with state's actions to reduce it.
079 0049CL-170[Environmental Protection]--Acid Rain1986Press release concerning signing of agreement between U.S. and Canada addressing acid rain; form letter outlining individual's concern about acid rain (bucked to department); petition from members and
079 0049CL-171[Environmental Protection]--Acid Rain1988Concerns about health and environmental effects of acid rain, Governor responds with descriptions of actions taken by the state; Center for Clean Air Policy report recommends the creation of a power l
079 0049CL-172[Environmental Protection]--Acid Rain1989Students express their concerns about acid rain [bucked to department]; economic objections to federal Clean Air Act Amendments addressing acid rain.
079 0049CL-173[Environmental Protection]--Acid Rain1990Department answers student's question about acid rain; Representative Robert Smith of New Hampshire states his position on acid rain legislation; economic objection to federal Clean Air Act Amendments
079 0049CL-174[Environmental Protection]--Army Corps of Engineers1981The Corps announces requests for project permits and subsequent public hearing; monthly report of permit actions; updates on beach erosion control efforts at Prospect Beach, West Haven; Corps assures
080 0049CL-175[Environmental Protection]--Army Corps of Engineers1983Update reports on Corps civil works projects in Connecticut; announcement of influx of funds for Corps projects in New England; inform Governor of projects approved; announcements of requests for proj
080 0049CL-176[Environmental Protection]--Army Corps of Engineers1984Inform Governor of projects approved for flood control; update reports on Corps civil works projects in Connecticut; report on study of navigation improvements for Bridgeport Harbor; public notice to
080 0049CL-177[Environmental Protection]--Army Corps of Engineers1985Flood control project in Wallingford under study; report on flood control proposals for Rippowan River Basin, West River and Konkapot River.
080 0049CL-178[Environmental Protection--Army Corps of Engineers]1986Report on economic feasibility of a commercial navigation project on the Connecticut River between Hartford and Holyoke, MA.; report of damage to breakwater; Inform Governor of projects approved for f
080 0049CL-179[Environmental Protection--Army Corps of Engineers]1987Announcements of requests for project permits and subsequent public hearings; update report on Corps civil works projects in Connecticut; annual report of projects in New England.
080 0049CL-180[Environmental Protection--Army] Corps of Engineers1990Governor objects to federal proposal to make states more fiscally responsible for maintenance of recreational facilities operated by the Corps; allegation of illegal dock extension without Corps appro
080 0049CL-181[Environmental Protection]--Hazardous Waste1981U.S. Department of Energy requests Governor's statement of needs and concerns as it implements the Low-Level Radioactive Waste Policy (P.L. 96-573); Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering meet
080 0049CL-182[Environmental Protection]--Hazardous Waste1983Governor instructs department to release money from the Emergency Spill Fund for use by the Hazardous Waste Management Service.
080 0049CL-183[Environmental Protection--Hazardous Waste]1984Department reports its concerns to the Department of Transportation about its maintenance facilities; information concerning the Hazardous Waste Management Service; oppose burying hazardous wastes in
080 0049CL-184[Environmental Protection--Hazardous Waste]1985Information about two reports of pesticide pollution; constituent concerned about management of hazardous waste; state applying for funds to implement its Hazardous Waste Management Program; concerns
080 0049CL-185[Environmental Protection--Hazardous Waste]1986Senator Dodd assures Governor of his support of the Superfund toxic waste clean-up program; minutes of Governor's Task Force to Classify and Determine the Hazardous Waste that may be Safely and Proper
080 0049CL-186[Environmental Protection--Hazardous Waste]1987Governor concerned about financial burden placed on states by the passage of Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986 and relates them to Congresswoman Johnson.
080 0049CL-187[Environmental Protection]--Hazardous WasteJanuary-August 1988Minutes of Connecticut Hazardous Waste Management Service meetings; Service's response to survey; Service's accounting of expenditures from the Low-Level Radioactive Waste Appropriation; minutes of th
080 0049CL-188[Environmental Protection]--Hazardous WasteSeptember-December 1988Minutes of Connecticut Hazardous Waste Management Service meetings; constituents oppose having radioactive waste sites in the state; quarterly report on low-level radioactive waste activities by the C
081 0049CL-189[Environmental Protection]--Hazardous Waste1989National Governors' Association developed report on state programs to reduce hazardous waste; request allocation from the Low-Level Radioactive Waste Fund; schedule for site selection of low-level rad
081 0049CL-190[Environmental Protection]--Hazardous Waste1990Information about the Governor's Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Hazardous Waste Reduction and Recycling; Connecticut Hazardous Waste management Service announces selection of contractor for low
081 0049CL-191[Environmental Protection]--Indian Affairs1981Oppose General Assembly's vote to eliminate funding for Indian Affairs Coordinator; invitation and schedule for Mashantucket Pequot Indian Housing Authority dedication ceremony for first phase of hous
081 0049CL-192[Environmental Protection]--Indian [Affairs]1983Copy of President Reagan's veto message concerning S.B. 366, the Mashantucket Pequot Indian Claims Settlement Act; criticism of state for not ensuring passage of S.B. 366; Governor sends letter of sup
081 0049CL-193Indian Affairs--State Jurisdiction1983-1988Chief States' Attorney McGuigan issues Statement of Position on Jurisdiction Over Crimes Committed on Indian Reservations 1983, 1984); Commissioner of Public Safety Forst requests clarification of sta
081 0049CL-194[Environmental Protection--Indian Affairs] Tribal Lands1984Paucatuck Eastern Pequot Tribe seeks state recognition; Paucatuck Eastern Pequot Housing Authority requests Governor sign a Cooperation Agreement; Paucatuck Eastern Pequot Tribe states its right to en
081 0049CL-195[Environmental Protection]--Indian Affairs1985-1987Schaghticoke Indian Tribe expects state to resolve differences between factions; State Police investigate possible illegal logging operations on Schaghticoke Indian Reservation; Indians demand dismiss
081 0049CL-196[Environmental Protection--Indian Affairs]1986-1987Complaints about difficulties proving Indian heritage; concern for Indian burial ground in Preston; request to use state land for Indian ceremony being held up in Indian Affairs Council; complaint abo
081 0049CL-197[Environmental Protection]--Indian [Affairs]1988Conflict between Eastern Pequot Indians and the Paucatuck Pequot Tribe over recognition; Indian tribes considered states in implementing provisions of the federal Clean Water Act; invitation to 39th A
081 0049CL-198[Environmental Protection]--Indian [Affairs]1989Tribes protest proposed Independent Commission on Indian Affairs; Schaghticoke assert their authority in certain matters; receipt of Easter Pequot Indians of Connecticut's petition for federal recogni
081 0049CL-199[Environmental Protection--Indian Affairs]1990Mohegan tribe requests extension of comment period for challenging the finding against the Tribe for federal recognition; Golden Hill Paugussett Tribe asserts off-reservation hunting and fishing right
081 0049CL-200Environmental Protection--[Land Donations and Exchanges]1983Warranty deeds for land contiguous to Southford Falls State Park, Patchaug State Forest, the Roraback Management Area and Cockaponset State Forest, for two acres in Old Saybrook, for the Belding Wildl
081 0049CL-201Environmental Protection--[Land Donations and Exchanges]1984Warranty deeds for donations of land contiguous to Osbornedale State Park, to Plum Bank Marsh Area, to Housatonic State Forest, to Kitchel Wilderness Area, and to Meshomasic State Forest, for the dona
082 0049CL-202Environmental Protection--[Land Donations and Exchanges]1985Deeds for land exchanges in Durham and Sterling; deeds for donations of land contiguous to Tunxis State Forest, Flaherty Field Trial Area, Bishop Swamp, and Sherwood Island State Park ; conservation e
082 0049CL-203Environmental Protection--[Land Donations and Exchanges]1986Lease of land in Hebron; certificate of devise for land in Bridgeport; deeds for donations of land contiguous to Sleeping Giant State Park, to Mashamoquet Brook State Park, and to West Rock Ridge; bo
082 0049CL-204[Environmental Protection]--Landfill1983Concern about closing of Laurel Park landfill in Naugatuck; reasons why Governor should not meet with the Pollution Extermination Group about Laurel Park; request Governor's intervention in Shelton.
082 0049CL-205[Environmental Protection--Landfill, Laurel Park]1984Naugatuck angry at rapid closing of Laurel Park landfill, Governor explains that it was closed due to dioxin in the groundwater; request Governor view the landfill.
082 0049CL-206[Environmental Protection--Landfill]1985Neighbor asks Governor why Laurel Park landfill is still open; company concerned that it can no longer dump non-toxic sludge in the Hartford landfill; proposed landfill site in Southbury will harm the
082 0049CL-207[Environmental Protection--Landfill]1986Protest abrupt closing of landfills without alternative; continued concern about dioxin pollution in Naugatuck; conflict with state about operation of Essex landfill; concern about possible purchase o
082 0049CL-208[Environmental Protection]--Landfill1989Canterbury protests serving as dumping ground for eastern Connecticut; monitoring methane at Shelton landfill; oppose expansion of Canterbury landfill; company requests veto of H.B. 6641, which gives
082 0049CL-209[Environmental Protection]--Landfill1990Oppose regional landfill in Douglas, Massachusetts; Bristol asks Governor's support for application to accept ash from incinerators; protest oil-contaminated soil being dumped in landfill.
082 0049CL-210[Environmental Protection]--Low-level Radioactive Waste1990State's response on its level of compliance with requirements of the federal Low-level Radioactive Waste Policy Amendments Act of 1985; town resolution to Nuclear Regulatory Commission to halt deregul
082 0049CL-211[Environmental Protection]--Nuclear Waste1983Copy of transmittal letter from the US Department of Energy to the Governor regarding the Nuclear Waste Policy Act of 1982; Governor thanks governors in the region for their support in negotiations re
082 0049CL-212[Environmental Protection--Nuclear Waste]1985Urge Governor to deny New York City's request to ship nuclear wastes through Connecticut; state's comments on proposed rule for Disposal of High-Level Radioactive Wastes in Geologic Repositories; Gove
082 0049CL-213[Environmental Protection--Nuclear Waste]1986State of Washington requires any generator or broker that ships low-level radioactive waste to it disposal facility to send pre-notification of delivery; US Department of Energy Safe and Secure Transp
082 0049CL-214[Environmental Protection]--Nuclear Waste1989Citizen's group critical of Nuclear Regulatory Commission's efforts to protect the public; further implementation of the federal Low-Level Radioactive Waste Policy Amendments of 1985; general concern
082 0049CL-215[Environmental Protection]--Nuclear Waste1990Federal reports.
082 0049CL-216[Environmental Protection]--Oil Spills1986New England Fishery Management Council expresses support for the 1984 Protocols on liability for oil pollution damage and urges Governor to support legislation enacting the protocols; Secretary of Tra
082 0049CL-217[Environmental Protection]--Solid Waste1983Claim that Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority has not invited local officials to hearings.
082 0049CL-218[Environmental Protection--Solid Waste]1984Reconstitution of Solid Waste Advisory Council; Shelton residents oppose Connecticut Resource Recovery Authority using their landfill as an ash dump; praise Governor for requiring scrubbers on the Mid
082 0049CL-219[Environmental Protection--Solid Waste]1985Protest against proposed bulky waste disposal area in Southbury.
082 0049CL-220[Environmental Protection]--Solid Waste1986Minutes of Connecticut Solid Waste Management Advisory Council meetings; urge expanded state role in solving solid waste problem; protest against proposed bulky waste disposal area in Southbury; petit
083 0049CL-221Environmental Protection--Solid Waste1988Towns and individuals concerned about the solid waste disposal crisis, want legislators to provide assistance; oppose expansion of West Haven landfill; concern about groundwater contamination from nea
083 0049CL-222[Environmental Protection]--Solid Waste1989Individuals concerned about the solid waste disposal crisis; students advocate recycling; report on Massachusetts' debate on incinerators vs. recycling; suggest ban on excess packaging; oppose solid w
083 0049CL-223[Environmental Protection]--Solid Waste1990Information on Florida's solid waste management policies and procedures; position papers of the American Public Health Association and the paper industry.
083 0049CL-224[Environmental Protection]--Springfield Sewage1983Connecticut residents oppose Springfield's plan to dump raw sewage into the Connecticut River; copy of report from City of Springfield, MA to the US Environmental Protection Agency outlining proposed
083 0049CL-225[Environmental Protection]--Springfield Sewage1984Connecticut residents oppose Springfield's plan to dump raw sewage into the Connecticut River; praise to Governor for resolving the issue.
083 0049CL-226[Environmental Protection]--U.S. Department of the Interior1981Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas leases and state's position on them; information about the Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service; need to study plants covered by the Endangered Species Act;
083 0049CL-227[Environmental Protection]--U.S. Department of the Interior1982Connecticut's status report on outdoor recreation planning and approval by the department.
083 0049CL-228[Environmental Protection--U.S. Department of the] InteriorJanuary-March 1983Approval of state's water management plan; Certificate of Apportionment for federal funds; Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas leases and state's position on them; request for comments from states on
083 0049CL-229[Environmental Protection--U.S. Department of the] InteriorApril-July 1983Final Minor and Technical Boundary Modifications to the Coastal Barrier Resources System Maps; Certificate of Apportionment for federal funds; notice of change in policy concerning sanctions under the
083 0049CL-230[Environmental Protection--U.S. Department of the] InteriorAugust-December 1983Information about the Youth Conservation Corps; review of Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Leasing program; payments in lieu of taxes to Connecticut towns; state's application for the Underground
083 0049CL-231[Environmental Protection--U.S. Department of the Interior]1984Certificates of Apportionment and Reapportionment of federal funds; U.S. Senator Hatfield critical of the Onshore Oil and Gas Leasing Program; information about the Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas
084 0049CL-232[Environmental Protection--U.S. Department of the Interior]1985Paper on artificial reefs; state comments on the proposed 5-Year Outer Continental Shelf Leasing Program.
084 0049CL-233[Environmental Protection]--U.S. Department of the Interior1986Proposed 5-Year Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Leasing Program; newsletter on oil and gas leasing of federal lands; proposed Take Pride in America public education campaign; Governor presents out
084 0049CL-234[Environmental Protection]--U.S. Department of the Interior1988Certificates of Apportionment and Reapportionment of federal funds; finalists in the Take Pride in America campaign; first chapter of report National Assessment of Undiscovered Conventional Oil and Ga
084 0049CL-235[Environmental Protection--U.S. Department of the] Interior1989Certificates of Apportionment and Reapportionment of federal funds; reports; Governor presents outdoor recreation plan; announcement of Payments in Lieu of Taxes.
084 0049CL-236[Environmental Protection--U.S. Department of the] Interior1990State comments on Regional Wetlands Concept Plan; department supports state's efforts to purchase the Shaw property in Hartland; 1990 Connecticut Land and Water Conservation Fund Program Review Report
084 0049CL-237Environmental Protection--U.S. Environmental Protection Agency1981Answers to Governor's questions about air pollution in Connecticut; proposal to issue water pollution control permits for exploratory oil drilling; explanation of most toxic cities list, not from EPA.
084 0049CL-238Environmental Protection--U.S. Environmental Protection Agency1983EPA requests information on hazardous wastes; issues report on sea levels rising.
084 0049CL-239Environmental Protection--U.S. Environmental Protection Agency1984Environmental topics included in President's State of the Union Address; state concerned about barrels remaining at dump site after EPA cleanup; policies concerning delegation to state and local gover
084 0049CL-240Environmental Protection--U.S. Environmental Protection Agency1985Information concerning the Asbestos School Hazard Abatement Act; implementation of Subtitle I of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act concerning underground storage tanks; announce the Long Isla
084 0049CL-241Environmental Protection--U.S. Environmental Protection Agency1986Deferral of noise standard for newly manufactured trucks; update on the EPA's Radon Action Program; key provisions of the Safe Drinking Water Act Amendments of 1986; threatened end of the Superfund pr
084 0049CL-242Environmental Protection--U.S. Environmental Protection AgencyJanuary-April 1988EPA Statement at Corps of Engineers' Public Hearing on the Proposed Relocation of Route 6; EPA with National Governors' Association to develop capacity assurance standards for hazardous waste; Long Is
084 0049CL-243Environmental Protection--U.S. Environmental Protection AgencyMay-December 1988Pawcatuck Basin designated a sole source aquifer; state applies for waiver concerning asbestos abatement in schools; requirement that states develop a hazardous waste management plan; information on t
084 0049CL-244Environmental Protection--U.S. Environmental Protection Agency1989Need to control non-point source water pollution and Connecticut sends management plan to EPA; announcements of meetings; report on radon in schools; Connecticut to participate in medical waste tracki
084 0049CL-245Environmental Protection--U.S. Environmental Protection Agency1990Connecticut Construction Industries Association objects to memorandum of agreement between EPA and Corps of Engineers regarding no net loss policy for wetlands; memoranda, directives and reports; noti
084 0049CL-246[Environmental Protection]--WaterJanuary-April 1981Summary report of water supply problem in the state; letter to mayors in southwestern Connecticut describing state efforts to address water shortage; Governor requests study by Army Corps of Engineers
084 0049CL-247[Environmental Protection]--WaterMay-December 1981Advocates hydropower; Federal Emergency management Agency to form federal-state hazard mitigation teams for flood disasters; water projects sent to US EPA for funding; minutes of Western Connecticut W
085 0049CL-248Environmental Protection--Water1988Notices of public hearings and applications to divert water under the Water Diversion Policy Act; information concerning water supply in state; creation and first minutes of Valley Regional Water Auth
085 0049CL-249[Environmental Protection]--WaterJanuary-May 1989Town supports creation of the Housatonic Estuary Commission; praise for Governor's call to conserve water; Governor corrects a published misstatement of his position on the Clean Water Fund; student r
085 0049CL-250[Environmental Protection]--WaterJune-October 1989Notices of applications to divert water under the Water Diversion Policy Act; Long Island Sound Study urges Governor to call meeting of the Bi-State Long Island Sound Marine Resources Committee; platf
085 0049CL-251[Environmental Protection]--Water1990Object to development on the banks of the East River; annual report and minutes of the Long Island Sound Bi-State Committee; Governor requests federal funds for the state's Clean Water Fund; newslette
085 0049CL-252[Environmental Protection]--Water Pollution1984Student concerned about river pollution; department unable to meet time limit for preparing regulations for construction grants for water pollution control facilities; urge Governor to enforce water p
085 0049CL-253[Environmental Protection]--Water Pollution1985Student concerned about pollution of rivers and streams; protest permit fees for municipal water pollution control facilities; concern about raw sewage running into Long Island Sound.
085 0049CL-254[Environmental Protection]--Water Pollution1986City of Groton opposes outfall going into Thames River; residents protest sewage treatment discharge flowing into Pomperaug River; support Governor's plan to improve water pollution control; complaint
085 0049CL-255Environmental Protection--Water Quality1986Concern about procedures to ensure satisfactory drinking water in Simsbury; Water Quality Management Plan; water quality analyses by U.S. EPA; approval by EPA of the Water Quality Management Plan upda
085 0049CL-256Environmental Protection--Water Quality1983State approves revised rules governing water quality standards established by the U.S. EPA.
085 0049CL-257Environmental Protection--Water Quality1984U.S. EPA stresses need to study presence of polychlorinated biphenyls in marine fish; U.S. EPA Ground-Water Protection Strategy; Governor urges other Senators to support Senator Weicker's amendment ad
085 0049CL-258[Environmental Protection--Water Quality]1985Municipality concerned about President's budget proposal to eliminate waste water treatment construction grants.
085 0049CL-259Environmental Protection--Water Quality1986Constituents support P.A. 85-407 An Act Concerning Provision of Potable Drinking Water; concern about water quality of Housatonic River; Connecticut River Watershed Council and citizens commend Govern