Connecticut Citizens Action Group Records
1987.0024

Summary Information

Repository
Archives & Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut Libraries
Creator
Connecticut Citizens Action Group.
Title
Connecticut Citizens Action Group Records.
ID
1987.0024
Date [inclusive]
undated, 1964-2002
Extent
150.8 Linear feet
Language
Abstract
The Connecticut Citizen Action Group was the first state-based consumer interest group. Created in 1971 by Ralph Nader and directed by Toby Moffett, CCAG was designed to represent, inform, unite, and empower the citizens of Connecticut in their roles as consumers, workers, tax payers, and voters. Taking on such issues as illegal business practices, utility rate increases, environmental pollution, and consumer fraud, the newly formed group was inundated with citizen requests for information and counsel. Among its major activities and accomplishments are: the General Assembly Project, an in-depth analysis of the behavior of state legislators; the Health Project, which compiled a wide range of state health care information; organizing efforts to enact the Bottle Bill, which required deposits on many types of beverage containers; enforcing environmental standards and enacting consumer protection legislation; and watchdog oversight and legal action concerning utility companies and development projects.

Preferred Citation

[Item description, #:#], Connecticut Citizen Action Group Records.  Archives & Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center,  University of Connecticut Libraries.

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History

The Connecticut Citizen Action Group was the first state-based consumer interest group. Created in 1971 by  Ralph Nader and directed by  Toby Moffett,  CCAG was designed to represent, inform, unite, and empower the citizens of  Connecticut in their roles as consumers, workers, tax payers, and voters. Taking on such issues as illegal business practices, utility rate increases, environmental pollution, and consumer fraud, the newly formed group was inundated with citizen requests for information and counsel. One year after its inception, CCAG created the Citizen's Lobby. The Lobby's purpose was to increase citizen participation in the legislative process, and to sharpen the awareness of legislators to the needs and demands of their constituents. Among its victories, Citizen's Lobby lists passage of legislation allowing substitution of generic prescription drugs; a ban on utilities charging ratepayers for utility advertising; the Environmental Policy Act, which requires the state to submit statements regarding the environmental impact of state projects; a toll-free hot line to the Department of Consumer Protection for citizen complaints and problems; consumer protection legislation concerning issues ranging from credit card interest charges to see-through meat packaging; and protection of thousands of acres of watershed lands. In 1975, CCAG instituted a canvassing program with a staff of community organizers to go into  Connecticut neighborhoods, explain  CCAG's work, and ask for financial and active support. This effort at community organizing tripled  CCAG's budget by the end of its first decade and swelled membership from three thousand in the mid-1970s to twenty-eight thousand in the mid-1980s. CCAG has served for over thirty years as an advocate for the rights of  Connecticut citizens. Among its major activities and accomplishments are: the General Assembly Project, an in-depth analysis of the behavior of state legislators; the Health Project, which compiled a wide range of state health care information; organizing efforts to enact the Bottle Bill, which required deposits on many types of beverage containers; enforcing environmental standards and enacting consumer protection legislation; and watchdog oversight and legal action concerning utility companies and development projects.

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Scope and Content

The Connecticut Citizens Action Group Records document the activities and concerns of the first state-formed consumer interest group. Their records contain significant information about most of the major consumer and public interest issues of the 1970s and 1980s, ranging from environmental and energy concerns to health, housing, political reform, insurance, and housing. There are no restrictions on the use of these records. There are other additional records that were received after this guide was produces.

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Arrangement

Series I: Director's Records ( undated, 1974-1985) contain the files of the directors of CCAG, arranged alphabetically by topic.

Series II: Press Releases and Public Information ( undated, 1972-1986) includes information collected and distributed the media on topics of interest to its members.

Series III: Administrative Files ( undated, 1972-1984) contains general administrative records pertaining to the running of the origanization not specifically associated with a director.

Series IV: Member Groups ( undated, 1970-1984) contains information about or concerning the establishment and operation of regional groups and organzations.

Series V: Gubernatorial Project ( undated, 1967-1980) contains records about  Connecticut governors.

Series VI: General Assembly Project ( undated, 1967-1979) contains information, reports, and questionnaires by and about members of the  Connecticut General Assembly.

Series VII: Health Project ( undated, 1962-1980) contains information, reports, correspondence, publications and grants pertaining to health issues.

Series VIII: North Haven Mall ( undated, 1978-1984) includes documents relevant to the development of a mall in North Haven.

Series IX: Bottle Bill ( undated, 1969-1978) documents organizational activites, research and background associated with the passage of the  Connecticut Bottle Bill.

Series X: Mary Mushinsky Files ( undated, 1973-1979) include the files associated with  Mary Mushinsky.

Series XI: Environmental Issues ( undated, 1971-1985) includes such topics as conservation, energy, fuels, hazardous waste, pollution, housing, and legislation.

Series XII: Energy Issues ( undated, 1964-1982) includes correspondence, reports, studies, plans and materials associated with various forms of energy resources, production and distribution at the local, state and national level.

Series XIII: Utility Rate Cases ( undated, 1970-1990s) includes information, files, reports, studies and legal materials pertaining to power companies operating in  Connecticut and relevant information from other states.

Series XIV: Consumer Issues ( undated, 1971-1979) includes files on issues pertaining to consumer concerns and complaints.

Series XV: Lobbying Efforts ( undated, 1977-1984) contains information, files, and correspondence associated with CCAG lobbying.

Series XVI: Subject Files ( undated, 1969-1983) contains files on topics of interest to the organization including taxes, utilities, insurance, economics and labor.

Series XVII: 1992 Addendum ( undated, 1970-1990) contains materials added to the collection in 1992.

Series XVIII: 1999 Addendum ( undated, 1970-1998) contains materials added to the collection in 1999.

Series XIX: 2006 Addendum ( undated, 1987-2002) contains materials added to the collection in 2006.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

 Archives & Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut Libraries July 2005

University of Connecticut Libraries
405 Babbidge Road Unit 1205
Storrs, Connecticut, 06269
860.486.2524
archives@uconn.edu

Revision Description

  revised April 2011

Restrictions on Access

There are no access restrictions on this collection.

Restrictions on Use

Permission to publish from these Papers must be obtained in writing from both the University of Connecticut Libraries and the owner(s) of the copyright.

Acquisition Information

The records of the Connecticut Citizen Action Group were donated to the Historical Manuscripts and Archives Division of the  University of Connecticut Libraries in December of 1980. Since then, additional materials have been added. Although, not all additions have been incorporated into the finding aid.

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Related Materials

Related Material

Archives & Special Collections has a substantial collection of civic and consumer materials. For detailed information on these collections please contact the curator or ask at the reference desk.

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Controlled Access Headings

Genre(s)

  • Administrative Records.
  • Audio tapes.
  • Correspondence.
  • Director's Records.
  • Flyers, Pamphlets, Fact Sheets.
  • Maps.
  • Personal Papers.
  • Press Clippings.
  • Press releases.
  • Publications.

Occupation(s)

  • Citizens Group.

Subject(s)

  • Abortion.
  • African Americans—Societies, etc.
  • Agricultural laborers—Labor unions.
  • Agricultural laborers—United States.
  • Airport noise.
  • Air—Pollution.
  • Asbestos.
  • Automobile industry and trade—United States.
  • Automobile—Safety measures.
  • Child care—Connecticut.
  • Citizens' associations—Connecticut.
  • Civil rights—Societies, etc.
  • Civil rights—United States.
  • Connecticut—Politics and governments—1951-
  • Consumer protection—Citizen participation.
  • Consumer protection—Law and legislation—Connecticut.
  • Consumers—Connecticut.
  • Consumers—Societies, etc.
  • Energy conservation—Connecticut.
  • Environmental protection—Law and legislation—Connecticut.
  • Governors—Connecticut.
  • Housing—Connecticut.
  • Insurance, Health—United States.
  • Labor unions—United States.
  • Legislators—Connecticut.
  • Legislators—United States.
  • Lobbying—Connecticut.
  • Medical care—Connecticut.
  • Medicare.
  • Mental health—Connecticut.
  • Politicians—Connecticut.
  • Product coding.
  • Taxation—United States.
  • Voter registration—Connecticut.
  • Voting—Connecticut.
  • Voting—Societies, etc.
  • Women in politics—Connecticut.
  • Women in politics—Societies, etc.
  • Women—Connecticut—Societies, etc.

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Collection Inventory

Series I: Director's Records, undated, 1974-1985 

Marc Caplan Files 

Box Folder

AAA 

1: 1

Abate, Rep. Ernest 

1: 2

Abortion 

1: 3

Acorn 

1: 4

Advertising Guide 

1: 5

Aging, Department of 

1: 6

Agriculture, Department of 

1: 7

Air Pollution 

1: 8

Airline Passenger Cargo 

1: 9

Allegheny Airlines Complaints 

1: 10

American Medical Association 

1: 11

Antitrust 

1: 12

Asbestos 

1: 13

Attorney General 

1: 14

Auto Repair 

1: 15

Auto Safety Standards 

1: 16

Banks 

1: 17

Banking Department 

1: 18

Blue Cross Dental Plan 

1: 19

Blue Cross Testimony 

1: 20

Blue Laws 

1: 21

Bottle Bill 

1: 22

Buzzuto, Richard (Senator) 

1: 23

Broadcasting 

1: 24

Cadrain, memoranda 

1: 25

Campaign Reform 

1: 26

Cancer Society 

1: 27

Caucus 

1: 28

Christian Conference of Connecticut 

1: 29

Cities 

1: 30

CAG, New Britain 

1: 31

Citizens/Labor Energy Coalition 

1: 32

Citizen Rule Making Petitions 

1: 33

City and Town Development Act 

1: 34

Civil Aeronautics Board 

1: 35

Clothing Flammability 

1: 36

Coin Campaign 

1: 37

Commerce, Department of Environmental Affirmative Action 

1: 38

Commission on Hospitals and Health Care 

1: 39

Common Cause 

1: 40

Community Affairs, Department of 

1: 41

Community Renewal Team 

1: 42

Conference on Alternative State and Local Policies 

1: 43

Conflict of Interest 

1: 44

Congress Watch, Organizing 

1: 45

CT Association of Human Services 

1: 46

CT Association for Community Action (CAFCA) 

1: 47

CT Automotive Trades Association 

1: 48

CT Citizen Research Group, Guilford 

1: 49

CT Civil Liberties Union News 

1: 50

CT Construction Industries Association 

1: 51

CT Environmental Policy Act 

1: 52

CT Hospital Association 

1: 53

CT Public Service Council 

1: 54

CT Transportation Authority 

1: 55

Consumer Federation of America (CFA) 

2: 56

CFA, United Auto Workers Consumer Conference 

2: 57

Consumer Information 

2: 58

Consumer Protection, Department of 

2: 59

Consumer Protection Agency Bill 

2: 60-61

Cooperative Bank Bill, National Consumer 

2: 62

Cooperatives 

2: 63

Corporate Reform 

2: 64

Cotter, William (Representative) 

2: 65

Court Reform 

2: 66

Credit Cards 

2: 67

Daycare 

2: 68

Deaf and Hearing Impaired 

2: 69

Democratic Party 

2: 70

Dentistry 

Box Folder

Consumer Guides 

2: 71

General 

2: 72
Box Folder

Direct Primary 

2: 73

Disarmament Walk 

2: 74

Dixon, Paul (FIC Commission) 

2: 75

Doctor's Directory and Advertising 

2: 76

Dodd, Christopher J. (Representative) 

2: 77

Drugs 

Box Folder

Consumer Guide, Rebuttal to CCAG 

2: 78

General 

2: 79

Prospective Purchaser Regulations 

2: 80

Posting 

2: 81

Senior Citizen Discount 

2: 82

Soybel Case, Key Document 

2: 83

Soybel Lawsuit 

2: 84
Box Folder

Education Instruction 

2: 85

Election of Remedies 

2: 86

Emilson, Beth 

2: 87

Energy 

3: 88

Energy Coalition, Citizen Labor 

3: 89

Energy Conservation 

3: 90

Energy: Department of Consumer Advisory Panel (Folder 1 of 3) 

3: 91-93

Environment 

3: 94

Environmental Caucus 

3: 95

Environmental Law 

3: 96

Environmental Protection, Department of 

3: 97

Environmentalists: Labor 

3: 98

EPA Mileage Study, Hartford 

3: 99

Escrow Accounts 

3: 100

Filer Committee 

3: 101

Financial Disclosure 

3: 102

Food Quality and Safety 

3: 103

Freedom of Information 

3: 104

Gaffney Nomination 

3: 105

General Assembly 

Box Folder

Correspondence 

3: 106

Full-Time 

3: 107

Project 

3: 108-113

Rating 

3: 114

Traveling 

3: 115
Box Folder

Giamo, Robert (Representative) 

3: 116

Grasso Correspondence 

3: 117

Grasso: Emergency Budget Proposals 

3: 118

Greater Hartford Process 

3: 119

Gubernatorial Profiles 

3: 120

Guilford 

3: 121-122

Gun Control 

3: 123

Handicapped Citizen 

3: 124

Hartford 

3: 125

Hartford Garage 

3: 126

Hartford Times Case 

3: 127

Health 

3: 128-129

Health Directory 

4: 130

Health, National Health Planning Act, 1974 

4: 131-132

Health: Physician Incompetence 

4: 133

Health Spas 

4: 134

Highway Death Traps 

4: 135

Hill Burton Act 

4: 136

Homeowners 

4: 137

Horvath Paper 

4: 138

Hospital Care 

4: 139

Hospital Guide 

4: 140-141

Hovley, Robert (Senator) 

4: 142

Housing 

Box Folder

General 

4: 143

Security Deposits 

4: 144
Box Folder

Human Services Coalition 

4: 145

Hunts Brook Chronology 

4: 146

Indirect Sources 

4: 147

Inflation 

Box Folder

General 

4: 148

White House Briefing 

4: 149
Box Folder

Initiative Amendment 

4: 150-151

Insurance Handbook 

4: 152

Interventions 

4: 153

Jai-Alai Investigation 

4: 154

Judicial Review 

4: 155

Justice, Administration of 

4: 156

Kaszeta, Julie 

4: 157

Kelman Libel Suit 

4: 158

Kennelly, James (Representative) 

4: 159

Killian, Robert (Lt. Governor) 

4: 160

Labor: Full-Employment Coalition 

4: 161

Landlord/Tenant 

4: 162

Land Use 

4: 163

Lead Poisoning 

4: 164-166

League of Women Voters 

5: 167-168

Legal Services 

Box Folder

General 

5: 169-170

“Bringing the Bar to Justice” 

5: 171

Fee Schedules 

5: 172
Box Folder

Legislative Commissioners 

5: 173

Legislature 

5: 174-181

Legislative News 

5: 182

Legislative Reform 

5: 183

License Renewal Challenge 

5: 184

Lieberman, Joseph 

5: 185

Liquor Issues 

5: 186

Lloyd, Douglas 

5: 187

Low Income Contracts 

5: 188

Lottery 

5: 189

Machinists, International Association of 

5: 190

McKinney, Stewart (Representative) 

5: 191

Middlebury, Uniroyal Property Tax 

5: 192

Military Spending 

5: 193

Moffett vs. Killian 

5: 194

Morning After Pill 

5: 195

Motor Vehicle Department 

5: 196

Multi-Service Senior Citizen Center 

5: 197

NAACP 

5: 198

Nader and Groups 

5: 199

National Advertising Review Board 

5: 200

National Environmental Policy Act 

5: 201

National Health Insurance 

5: 202

National Peoples Action 

5: 203

New England Congressional Caucus, Energy Conference 

5: 204
Box

New Haven 

Box Folder

General 

6: 205-206

Girl's Recreation League 

6: 207

Property Tax 

6: 208

Water Company 

6: 209
Box Folder

Noise Pollution 

6: 210

Nuclear Power 

6: 211

Nursing Homes 

6: 212

Occupational Health 

6: 213

Office of Urban Affairs, Archdiocese of Hartford 

6: 214

Oil Refinery. Long Island Sound 

6: 215

O'Neill, William (Representative) 

6: 216

Open Heart Surgery 

6: 217

Openness in Government 

6: 218

People and Taxes 

6: 219

Transportation 

6: 220

Unemployment Compensation 

6: 221

Uniroyal 

6: 222

Unit Pricing 

6: 223

United Aircraft, Contributions 

6: 224

Unnecessary Surgery 

6: 225

U.S. Congress 

6: 226

Universal Product Code 

6: 227

Utilities 

Box Folder

Committee for Lower Bills 

6: 228

Contacts 

6: 229

Consumer Council 

6: 230

Estimated Billing 

6: 231

Northeast Utilities Rate Case, 1979 

6: 232

Northeast Utilities Variance Request 

6: 233

Public Utilities Commission 

6: 234

Settlements, 1974,1976 

6: 235

Shutoffs 

6: 236

SNET Consumer Affairs Program 

6: 237

SNET Consumer Case, 1977 

6: 238

United Illuminating Stock Sale and Rate Hike, 1978 

6: 239
Box Folder

Wallingford Citizens for Consumer Action 

6: 240

Wallingford Reevaluation 

6: 241

Water Pollution 

6: 242

Weicker, Lowell (Senator) 

6: 243

Workfare 

6: 244

Workman's Compensation 

6: 245

Zoning 

6: 246

Miles Rappoport Files 

Box Folder

AFL-CIO, 1981 November 

7: 247

Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now 

7: 248

All People's Congress 

7: 249

American People's Heritage 

7: 250

Americans For Common Sense 

7: 251

Anderson, Marc 

7: 252

Alternative State and Local Public Policies 

7: 253-255

Banking 

7: 256

Boyte, Harry 

7: 257

California Tax Reform Association 

7: 258

Citizen Action League 

7: 259

Citizen Action League of New Britain 

7: 260

Cape Cod Health Care 

7: 261

Carolina Action 

7: 262

Carolina Brown Lung Association 

7: 263

Catholic Commission on Urban Ministry 

7: 264

Caucus of Connecticut Democrats 

7: 265

Center for Community Change 

7: 266

Center for Connecticut's Future 

7: 267

Center for Urban Policy Studies Ideas for Action 

7: 268

Citizen's Alliance 

7: 269

Chicago Northwest Organizing 

7: 270

Chrysler Corporation Loan 

7: 271

Citizens Action 

Box Folder

General, 1979-1983 

7: 272-282

Affiliates Budgets 

7: 283

Board 

7: 284

Board Meeting 

7: 285-288

Bylaws 

7: 289

Conference, 1980 November 22 - 23 

7: 290

Meeting, 1981 January 5 

7: 291

Meeting, 1982 August 1 

7: 292

Meeting, 1982 September 

7: 293

National Staff Meeting, 1983 December 8 

7: 294

Northeast Regional Conference, 1982 July 10 

7: 295-296

Organizing Committee 

7: 297-298

Progressive Economic Program 

7: 299

Staff Directory 

7: 300

Staff Director's Meetings 

7: 301-303
Box Folder

Citizens Against Nuclear War 

7: 304

Citizens Heritage Center 

7: 305

Citizens Lobby 

7: 306

Citizens Party 

7: 307

Citizens For Tax Justice 

7: 308
Box

Citizen/Labor Energy Coalition 

8
Box Folder

General 

8: 309

National 

8: 310-312
Box Folder

Citizens Utility Board 

8: 313

Coalition For Consumer Justice 

8: 314

Coalition for a New Foreign and Military Policy 

8: 315

“Cold War Liberalism”, 1983 April 

8: 316

Common Cause 

8: 317

Community Jobs 

8: 318-321

Community-Labor Alliance 

8: 322

Community Labor Organizing Committee 

8: 323

Connecticut Citizens Concerned with Convalescent Care 

8: 324

Connecticut Council of Senior Citizens 

8: 325

Connecticut Women's Congress, 2nd 

8: 326

Congress Watch 

8: 327

Connecticut Association for Human Services 

8: 328

Connecticut Business Industry Association 

8: 329

Connecticut Correctional Institutions 

8: 330

Connecticut Elder, The 

8: 331

Connecticut Environmental Caucus 

8: 332

Connecticut Fund for the Environment 

8: 333

ConnPirg 

8: 334

Consumer Education 

8: 335

Consumer Federation of America 

8: 336

Co-op America 

8: 337

COPE 

8: 338

Critical Issues in Criminal Justice 

8: 339

Democracy Project 

8: 340

Democratic Agenda 

8: 341

Democratic Left 

8: 342

Democratic Socialists of America 

8: 343

Democratic Socialist Organizing Committee 

8: 344-345

Developer Agreements 

8: 346

Disclosure 

8: 347

Economic Rights Organization 

8: 348

Electoral Act 

8: 349

Elect 

8: 350

Environmental Information 

8: 351

Fair Budget Action Campaign 

8: 352

Fund For a Democratic Majority 

8: 353

Grassroots Organizing Book 

8: 354

Hartford Areas 

8: 355

Hartford Process 

8: 356

Hayden, Tom 

8: 357

Fund For Secure Energy, Inc. 

8: 358

Homefront 

8: 359

Housing 

8: 360

Indiana Citizen's Action Coalition 

8: 361

Industrial Areas Foundation 

8: 362

Illinois Publication 

8: 363

Insurance/Arson 

8: 364

In These Times 

8: 365

J.C. Penny 

8: 366

Jewish Justice Fund 

8: 367

June 12 Rally 

8: 368

Just Economics 

8: 369

Kuttner, Bob: “A New Political Economy” 

8: 370-371

Labor and Nukes 

8: 372

Legislative Electoral Action Program (Leap) General 

8: 373

Legislative Electoral Action Program (Leap), 1981-1982 

8: 374

Legislative Electoral Action Program (Leap), 1983 

8: 375

Leap Retreat 

8: 376

Let Them Eat Cake 

8: 377

Litton Campaign 

8: 378

Low Income Planning Agency 

8: 379

Maine People's Alliance 

8: 380

Mail Issues 

8: 381

Massachusetts 

8: 382

Massachusetts Fair Share 

8: 383

Massachusetts Fair Share 

9: 384-390

Massachusetts Senior Action Council 

9: 391

Massachusetts Tenant's Organization 

9: 392

Max, Steve: Understanding Economics 

9: 393

Midwest Academy 

9: 394-396

Midwest Academy, Training Book 

9: 397-399

Military Budget Education, 1983 

9: 400-401

Millstone, Dan 

9: 402

Minnesota COACT 

9: 403

Nader, Ralph: Public Citizen 

9: 404

National Campaign, 1982 

9: 405

National Center for Economic Alternatives 

9: 406

National Center for Urban Ethnic Affairs 

9: 407

National Council of Senior Citizens 

9: 408-409

National Electoral Developments, 1981 

9: 410

National Lists 

9: 411

National People's Action 

9: 412

National Political Developments, 1981 

9: 413

National Training and Information Center 

9: 414

National Urban Coalition 

9: 415

Nerkin, Ira 

9: 416

New American Movement 

9: 417

New England Recruiting 

9: 418

New England Training Center for Community Organizers 

9: 419

New Directions 

9: 420

New Hampshire 

9: 421

New Haven, 1983 

9: 422

New Haven Food Co-op 

9: 423

New Haven School for Democratic Management 

9: 424

New York Citizens Action 

9: 425

New York Citizens Alliance, 

9: 426-430

New York Citizens/Labor Energy Coalition 

9: 431

New York Community Action Network 

9: 432

North Country Institute 

9: 433

Northern Rockies Action Group 

9: 434

Office of Urban Affairs 

9: 435

Ohio Public Interest Campaign 

9: 436

Organize Training Center 

9: 437

Organizer, The 

9: 438

Organizing Contacts 

9: 439

Oregon Fair Share 

9: 440

Pennsylvania Unemployment Project 

9: 441

Planning and Management Assistance Project 

9: 442

Political Campaigns/Articles 

9: 443

Progressive Alliance 

9: 444

Public Action 

9: 445

Public Action Loan 

9: 446

P.U.P. (Philadelphia Unemployment Project) 

9: 447

Reagan Budget Cuts 

9: 448

Regional Citizen's Action 

9: 449

Rent Control 

9: 450

Rhode Island Workers 

9: 451

Richards, Barbara Project 

9: 452

Right Wing 

9: 453

Senior Health Organizing Projects 

9: 454

Solar Coalition 

9: 455

Solidarity Day 

9: 456

Solid Waste Issues 

9: 457

South End Press 

9: 458

State and Local Leadership Training 

9: 459

State and Local Leadership Project 

9: 460-461

Sulfer Fuel 

9: 462

Taking Charge 

9: 463

Transit Issues 

9: 464

Transportation Consumer Action Project 

9: 465

United Auto Workers 

9: 466

United Connecticut Action for Neighborhoods 

9: 467

United Farm Workers AFL-CIO 

9: 468

Unity Conference 

9: 469

Unity on the Left 

10: 470

Utilities 

10: 471

Virginia Action 

10: 472

VISTA 

10: 473

Voluntary Action 

10: 474

Volunteer Conference 

10: 475

Washington Fair Share 

10: 476

Waterbury Community Labor Support Committee 

10: 477

Welfare 

10: 478

Westend Civic Association 

10: 479

Workers Association to Guarantee Employment 

10: 480

Yale Cancer Control Program 

10: 481

Yale School of Management 

10: 482

Yankelovich Poll 

10: 483

Lenny Norwitz, Organizing Director, 1984-1986 

Box Folder

Acorn: Bridgeport 

11: 484

Arson 

11: 485

Canvass 

11: 486

Chapter Information 

11: 487

Chapter Reports 

11: 488

Citizen Action Board 

11: 489-490

Citizens Against Referendum 1 

11: 491

Congress List 

11: 492

CCAG PAC 

11: 493

Current Chapters 

11: 494

Eastern CT CAG 

11: 495

Enemies 

11: 496

Energy, 1984 

11: 497

Energy Organizing 

11: 498

Food Costs in Hartford 

11: 499

General Information 

11: 500

Hartford 

11: 501

Hartford/Blue Hills CAG 

11: 502

Hazardous Waste 

11: 503

Housing Coalition Committee Work 

11: 504

Housing Information 

11: 505

Insurance Information 

11: 506

Jobs: Announcements/Resumes 

11: 507

LEAP 

11: 508-509

Legislative Forums 

11: 510

Mid-Connecticut Project 

11: 511

Moffett, Toby 

11: 512

Multi-Circuts, Inc. 

11: 513

New Haven CAG 

11: 514

Papers/Articles 

11: 515

Property Tax 

11: 516

Press List, 1983 

11: 517

Real Estate Assessment 

11: 518

Senior Staff 

11: 519

Staff Retreat, 1984-1985 

12: 520-521

Staff Training 

12: 522

Stamford CAG 

12: 523

Statewide Leadership Council 

12: 524

Tax Issue 

12: 525

Telephone 

12: 526

Toxic Air 

12: 527

Toxics: National 

12: 528

United CT Action For Neighborhoods 

12: 529

Valley CAG 

12: 530

Various Issues 

12: 531

Voter Registration 

12: 532

Waterbury CAG 

12: 533

Scott Hempling, Research Director, 1978-1980 

Box Folder

Air Pollution/Quality 

13: 534

Income Tax 

13: 535

People and Taxes, 1974-1978 

13: 536-538

Oil Company Taxes, CT 

13: 539

Tax 

Box Folder

Property 

13: 540

Campaign 

13: 541

Information 

13: 542

On Oil 

13: 543

Project/National Tax Policy 

13: 544

Property 

13: 545

Tax Reform 

Box Folder

Conditions in CT 

13: 546

Other States 

13: 547

Proposition 13 

13: 548

Theories and Alternatives 

13: 549
Box Folder

Taxes, State and Local 

13: 550

Water Pollution 

13: 551

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Series II: Press Releases and Public Information, undated, 1972-1986 

CCAG Publications 

Box Folder

10th Anniversary Celebration (Ad Book), 1981 

14: 552

Ad Book, 1982   (2 Copies)

14: 553

Ad Book, 1983 

14: 554

Ad Book, 1984 

14: 555

Ad Book, 1985 

14: 556

CCAG Reports (Newsletters) 

14: 557

CCAG Report 

14: 558

“The Network News” 

14: 559

Press Releases 

Box Folder

New Haven, 1973 

15: 560

 1973 December -1974 February 

15: 561

 1974 January - March 

15: 562

 1974 March - April 

15: 563

 1974 March - July 

15: 564

 1974 May - October 

15: 565

 1974 July - December 

15: 566

 1974 October - December 

15: 567

 1975 January - February 

15: 568

 1975 March - June 

15: 569

 1975 January - July 

15: 570

 1975 July - September 

15: 571

 1975 October - December 

15: 572

 1975 July - December 

15: 573

 1976 

15: 574

 1976 January - April 

15: 575

 1977 January 

15: 576

 1977 February - March 

15: 577

 1977 March 

15: 578

 1977 April 

15: 579

 1977 May - June 

15: 580

 1978 January - March 

16: 581

 1978 March 

16: 582

 1978 April - July 

16: 583

 1978 July - August 

16: 584

 1978 September - October 

16: 585

 1978 November - December 

16: 586

 1979 January - May 

16: 587

 1979 June - October 

16: 588

 1980 January - July 

16: 589

 1981 January - June 

16: 590

Press Releases and Public Statements 

Box Folder

 1972-1974 

17: 591

 1973-1974 

17: 592

 1973-1974 

17: 593

 1974 

17: 594

 1974-1975 

17: 595

 1975 January - April 

18: 596

 1975 January - June 

18: 597

 1976 January - July 

18: 598

 1976 August - December 

18: 599

 1981 

18: 600

 1982 

18: 601

Press Clippings 

Box Folder

 1981 

19: 602

 1982 

19: 603

Public Information Memos 

Box Folder

 1980 January - March 

20: 604

 1980 March - October 

20: 605

 1980 October - November 

20: 606

 1980 November - December 

20: 607

 1981 January - March 

20: 608

 1981 March - June 

20: 609

 1981 October - December 

20: 610

 1982 January - June 

20: 611

 1982 August - November 

20: 612

 1983 January - June 

20: 613

 1984 January - June 

20: 614

 1984 July - December 

20: 615

 1985 January - June 

20: 616

 1985 August - October 

20: 617

 1985 December - 1986 January 

20: 618

 1986 July - October 

20: 619

 

General note

More information on press releases may be found in Series XVII: 1992 ADDENDUM.

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Series III: Administrative Files, undated, 1972-1984 

Box Folder

Action Faction 

21: 620

Ad Book, 1983 

21: 621

Ads 

21: 622

Ads Sold, 1982 

21: 623

Advertising 

21: 624

Affirmative Action Committee 

21: 625

American National Red Cross 

21: 626

Antioch, 1974 

21: 627

Auerbach Service Bureau, 1975 

21: 628

Better Business Bureau, 1976 

21: 629

Black Jockey Controversy, 1979 

21: 630

Blue Hills 

21: 631-633

Bormann, Herb 

21: 634

Brochures/Annual Reports 

21: 635

Budget, 1981-1984 

21: 636-640

Calendar, 1983 

21: 641

California CAG Proposal 

21: 642

Campaign for Human Development 

21: 643

Campaign Plans, Statewide 

21: 644

Campaign Workgroup, 1981-1983 

21: 645

Campaigns 

21: 646

Carolyn Foundation 

21: 647

Chapter Files 

21: 648

Chapter Forum Participants 

21: 649

Chapter Principles 

21: 650

Churches 

21: 651-652

Citizens Listing 

21: 653

Clearinghouse for Community-Based Free-Standing Education 

21: 654

Complaint Handling, 1979 

21: 655

Computers 

21: 656

CT Bank and Trust 

21: 657

CCAG 

Box Folder

General, 1982-1983 

21: 658

Assembly 

21: 659

National 

21: 660

Publications 

21: 661

Related Press Clippings 

21: 662

CCAG Reports 

21: 663-664
Box Folder

CT Civil Liberties Union Foundation, 1977 

21: 665

CT Mutual 

21: 666

CT Public Television, 1975 

21: 667

CT Solar Coalition 

21: 668

CT Solar Handbook 

21: 669

Consulting 

21: 670

Consumer Federation of America Annual Report, 1977 

21: 671

Coordinating Council for Foundation 

21: 672

Copyright Information, 1978 

21: 673

Croft Publications 

21: 674

Crossroads Concerned Citizens, 

21: 675-676

Discount 

21: 677

Economic Program 

21: 678

East Hartford 

22: 679-683

Eastern Connecticut CAG 

22: 684-685

Energy 

22: 686-687

Engineering for the People, 1972 

22: 688

Evaluations, 1981 

22: 689

Exemption: Admission Tax, Property Tax 

22: 690-691

Farmer's Market Proposal 

22: 692

Federal Grants 

22: 693-695

Graphics, 1981 

22: 696

Grassroots Fundraising, 1980-1983 

22: 697

Gubernatorial Profile, 1974 

22: 698

HAS Project Photos 

22: 699

Hartford Development 

22: 700

Health Action Bulletin, 1975 

22: 701

High School Students, 1974 

22: 702

Hiring 

22: 703-704

“How to Lobby Your State Legislature” by Marc Caplan, 1978 

22: 705-706

Insurance Information, 1974-1976 

22: 707

Internships 

22: 708

Issue Conference/Planning Day, 1984 

22: 709

Leadership Retreats, 1981-1983 

22: 710-715

Legislature City Contracts 

22: 716

Legislative Fact Sheets, 1982 

22: 717

Lobbying 

22: 718-720

Local Chapters 

23: 721

McKee, Clyde D., Membership 

23: 722

Meriden, Organizer's Reports 

23: 723

Membership 

23: 724-726

Memoranda 

23: 727

Meriden, 1982-1983 

23: 728

Metric System, 1979 

23: 729

Model Committee 

23: 730

National Congress of Neighboorhood Women 

23: 731

National Issues and Education Committee 

23: 732

National PIRG Clearinghouse, 1977-1979 

23: 733-734

New Careers Program, 1976-1978 

23: 735

New Haven Board Conference 

23: 736

Newman, Paul 

23: 737

News Clippings 

23: 738-739

Newsletters, 1972-1980 

23: 740-741

New York Public Interest Research Group, 1978 

23: 742

North Haven/Stamford, 1981-1982 

23: 743

Occupational Safety Issues 

23: 744

Organizational Information 

23: 745-746

Organizational Structure, 1978 

23: 747

Organizer Records 

23: 748

Organizers Meeting 

23: 749

Organizing 

23: 750-752

Personnel Packet 

23: 753

Planning Day, 1983 January 8 

23: 754

Planning Process, 1981 

23: 755

Plant Closing Project 

23: 756

Political Education 

23: 757

Press 

23: 758

Raggle, 1981-1982 

23: 759-761

Rational Re-industrialization 

24: 762

Senior Staff/Department Heads, 1982-1983 

24: 763

Staff Assignment Notes 

24: 764

Staff Meetings 

24: 765-766

Staff Retreats, 1980-1984 

24: 767-769

Staff Sexism Committee 

24: 770

Staff Training 

24: 771

Stamford, 1982-1983 

24: 772

Stamford, Organizer Reports 

24: 773

Statewide Campaigns 

24: 774

Statewide Issue Collection Papers, 1980 

24: 775

Statewide Leadership Conference, 1982 July 

24: 776

Statewide Leadership Council, 1980-1983 

24: 777-781

Strategies for Change 

24: 782-783

Stencils 

24: 784

Training 

24: 785-786

Upper Albany 

24: 787

Valley, 1982-1983 

24: 788

Valley, Organizer Reports 

24: 789

Vista Quarterly Report 

24: 790

Waterbury, Organizer Reports 

24: 791

Waterbury CAG 

24: 792-793

“Who Is CCAG?” 

24: 794

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Series IV: Member Groups, undated, 1970-1984 

Box

Blue Hills Citizen Action Group 

Box Folder

Ad Book Information, 1982 

25: 795

Agendas, 1980-1981 

25: 796

General, 1981-1982 

25: 797-798

Hartford Crime 

25: 799

Hartford Development Linkage 

25: 800

History 

25: 801

Membership Information 

25: 802

Membership List, 1983-1984 

25: 803

Membership Renewal 

25: 804

Neighborhood Meetings, 1980 

25: 805

Police Correspondent, 1981 

25: 806

Property Tax Meeting 

25: 807

Steering Committee, 1980 

25: 808

Taxes, 1980-1982 

25: 809
Box Folder

Blue Hills Civic Association, 1977 

25: 910

Blue Hills and Upper Albany CAG 

25: 911

Bridgeport Sponsoring Committee, 1978 

25: 912

Bristol, 1977 

25: 913

Bylaws 

25: 914

Citizens Lobby, 1980 

25: 915

Crossroads Concerned Citizens 

25: 916-917

East Hartford Citizens Action Group 

Box Folder

General, 1978-1979 

25: 918-919

Campaigns 

25: 920

Grand List 

25: 921

Hazardous Waste 

25: 922

Issue Survey, 1983 

25: 923

John J. Whitney Foundation 

25: 924

Mayberry School, 1980-1981 

25: 925

Membership 

25: 926

Northeast Utilities Canvass Contacts 

26: 927

Northwest Hartford Organizing Project 

26: 928

Veterans Terrace Tenants Extension, 1978 

26: 929
Box Folder

Fairfield, 1975 

26: 930

Fairfield County Office, 1976 

26: 931

Farmington, 1975 

26: 932

Hartford, 1975-1983 

26: 933

Litchfield 

26: 934

Manchester 

26: 935

Meriden Chapter Renewal Press 

26: 936

Midwest Academy, 1976-1978 

26: 937

New Haven Area Organizing 

26: 938

North Hartford Groups 

26: 939

Norwalk Citizen Action Group, 1978-1979 

26: 940

Prospect Gardens 

26: 941

Simsbury and Avon Chapters, 1975 

26: 942

Stamford 

Box Folder

General, 1983 

26: 943

Citizens Action Group, 1979-1980 

26: 944

Contract, 1975-1980 

26: 945

Heliport, 1980 

26: 946

Reevaluation 

26: 947

Statistics, 1970-1981 

26: 948

Tax Districts, 1980 

26: 949

Traffic Commissioners Memos 

26: 950

Urban Renewal Contract, 1973 

26: 951

Statewide Leadership Council 

Box Folder

East Hartford Controversy, 1981 

26: 952

Handouts 

26: 953

Leaders, 1980-1982 

26: 954

Structure Committee, General 

26: 955

Structure Committee, 1980 January 12 

26: 956

Structure Committee, 1980 February 5 

26: 957

Structure Committee, 1980 March 1 

26: 958

Structure Committee, 1980 April 9 

26: 959

Structure Committee, 1980 June 7 

26: 960

Structure Committee, 1980 July 12 

26: 961

Structure Committee, 1980 September 13 

27: 962

Structure Committee, 1980 October 18 

27: 963

Structure Committee, 1980 December 13 

27: 964

Structure Committee, 1981 January 20 

27: 965

Structure Committee, 1981 February 24 

27: 966

Structure Committee, 1981 February 28 

27: 967

Structure Committee, 1981 April 4 

27: 968

Structure Committee, 1981 May 

27: 969

Structure Committee, 1981 July 10 

27: 970

Structure Committee, 1981 September 28 

27: 971

Structure Committee, 1981 October 29 

27: 972

Structure Committee, 1981 December 17 

27: 973

Structure Committee, 1982 February 24 

27: 974

Structure Committee, 1982 March 22 

27: 975

Structure Committee, 1982 May 10 

27: 976

Structure Committee, 1982 June 14 

27: 977

Structure Committee, 1982 July 21 

27: 978

Structure Committee, 1982 August 26 

27: 979

Structure Committee, 1982 October 21 

27: 900

Structure Committee, 1983 February 1 

27: 981

Structure Committee, 1983 March 

27: 982

Structure Committee, 1983 April 12 

27: 983

Structure Committee, 1983 May 10 

27: 984

Structure Committee, 1983 June 

27: 985

Structure Committee, 1983 July 13 

27: 986

Structure Committee, 1983 September 14 

27: 987

Structure Committee, 1983 November 2 

27: 988

Structure Committee, 1983 December 

27: 989-990
Box Folder

Town Chapters Presentation, 1975 

27: 991

Upper Albany CAG 

27: 992-994

West Hartford Chapter 

27: 995
Box

Printed Materials 

Box Folder

Connecticut, Town and City 

28: 996

Disclosure 

28: 997

Energy 

28: 998

General 

28: 999-1001

Just Economics 

28: 1002

Massachusetts Fair Share 

28: 1003

Of The People 

28: 1004

PIRG News 

28: 1005

Powerline 

28: 1006

Public Interest Economics 

28: 1007

The Public Works 

28: 1008

Water Pollution and Quality 

28: 1009-1011

Ways and Means Conference 

28: 1012

 

General note

Further Information on member groups may be found in Series I: Director's Records, Miles Rappoport Files; Series III: Administrative Files; and Series XV: Lobbying Efforts.

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Series V: Gubernatorial Project, undated, 1967-1980 

Project Files 

Box Folder

Preliminary contacts with Candidates, 1974 

29: 1013

General Information on Candidates, 1974 

29: 1014

Rough Drafts of Questionnaire, 1974 

29: 1015

News Articles, 1974 

29: 1016

Correspondence, 1978 

29: 1017

General Information on Candidates, 1978 

29: 1018

Research for Questionnaire, 1978 

29: 1019

Voting Records, 1978 

29: 1020

General Assembly Project Information, 1978 

29: 1021

News clippings, 1978 

29: 1022

Republican Party 

Box Folder

News Articles 

29: 1023

Agostinelli, Nathan, 1972-1974 

29: 1024-1025

Collins, Frances, 1974 

29: 1026

Meskill, Thomas, 1972-1973 

29: 1027-1031

Panuzio, Nicholas, 1974 

29: 1032-1036

Rome, Lewis B., 1967-1978 

29: 1037-1043

Sarasin, Ronald, 1972-1978 

29: 1044-1051

Steele, Robert, 1972-1974 

29: 1052-1058

Democratic Party 

Box Folder

Newsclippings, 1972-1974 

29: 1059-1060

Grasso, Ella, 1972-1974 

29: 1061-1066

Grasso, Ella, 1972-1978 

30: 1067-1077

Gunther, George, 1974 

30: 1078

Killian, Robert, 1970-1978 

30: 1079-1093

Zulio, Frank, 1974-1974 

30: 1094-1101

U.S. Congress 

Box Folder

Candidate for Congress: News Articles, 1972 

30: 1102

Congressional Candidates: Questionnaire and Correspondence, 1972-1973 

30: 1103

Congressional Voting: News Articles, 1972-1973 

30: 1104

Voting Records, 1973-1977 

30: 1105

Voting Indexes, 1978-1980 

30: 1106

Campaign Contribution Law, 1974 

30: 1107

Cotter, William 1972-1973 

30: 1108-1109

Dodd, Christopher, 1974 

30: 1110

Giaimo, Robert, 1971-1973 

30: 1111

McKinney, Stewart, 1972-1973 

30: 1112

Moffet, Toby, 1974-1975 

30: 1113

Monagan, John, 1972 

30: 1114

Ribicoff, Abraham, 1972-1974 

30: 1115

Schaeffer, Gloria, 1972-1974 

30: 1116

Weicker, Lowell, 1972-1975 

30: 1117-1118
Box

Audio Tapes 

Box Folder

Collins 

31: 1119

Grasso 

31: 1120

Tape 1, 1974 

Tape 2, 1978 

Gunther (Two Tapes) 

31: 1121

Killian 

31: 1122

Tape 1, 1978 

Tape 2 

Rome, 1978 

31: 1123

Steele: Washington 

31: 1124

Various Candidates 

31: 1125

Zullo, 1974 

31: 1126

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Series VI: General Assembly Project, undated, 1967-1979 

Box Folder

“Nobody's Business” by Toby Moffett, history of General Assembly Project 

32: 1127

CCAG, 1974 General Assembly Project, 1974 

32: 1128

CCAG, 1976 General Assembly Project, 1976 

33: 1129

Correspondence, 1972 

34: 1130

Press Release, 1972 

34: 1131

Project Methodology, 1972 

34: 1132

Information for Project Workers, 1972 

34: 1133

1971 Evaluation of General Assembly by the Connecticut River Ecology Action Corp., 1971 

34: 1134

Interview Outline and Questionnaire, 1972 

34: 1135

Preliminary Questionnaires, 1972 

34: 1136

Bills and Voting Records, 1971-1972 

34: 1137

News Clippings, 1971-1972 

34: 1138-1140

Correspondence, 1974 

34: 1141

Promotional Material and Information for Project Workers, 1974 

34: 1142

Survey of General Assembly Members, 1974 

34: 1143-1144

Common Cause Evaluation of CT General Assembly, 1974 

34: 1145

Legislators' Positions on Issues, Statistics and Quotes, 1974 

34: 1146

Comments on Legislators by a Democratic Party Member, 1974 

34: 1147

Questionnaire and research on questions, 1974 

34: 1148

Questionnaire for Incumbents, 1974 

34: 1149-1150

Non-Incumbents: Correspondence and Position Survey, 1974 

34: 1151

Non-Incumbents Questionnaires, 1974 

34: 1152-1154

Bill Descriptions, 1974 

34: 1155-1156

Voting Records, 1974 

34: 1157-1158

League of Women Voters: Newsletters, 1974 

34: 1159

News Clippings, 1972-1974 

34: 1160-1162

Writing, Printing and Distribution Information, 1976 

34: 1163

Timetable and Methodology, 1976 

34: 1164

Press Release and Response to Project, 1976 

34: 1165

Non-Incumbent Questionnaires and Position Survey, 1976 

34: 1166

Non-Incumbent Position Survey, 1976 

34: 1167

Non-Incumbents: News clippings, 1976 

34: 1168

Notes on Candidates Positions, 1976 

34: 1169

General Information on Candidates, 1976 

34: 1170

Questionnaire for Legislators, 1976 

34: 1171

Bill Descriptions, 1976 

34: 1172-1175

Voting Indexes, 1976 

35: 1176-1181

Reports on Legislature 

35: 1182

Legislator Absences, 1976 

35: 1183

Colorado Common Cause Information, 1976 

35: 1184-1185

News clippings, 1976 

35: 1186-1191

Project Options, 1978 

35: 1192

Gail Collins Columns, 1978 

35: 1193

1977 Bills, 1977 

35: 1194-1195

Voting Index, 1977 

35: 1196

Bills and Voting Indexes, 1978 

35: 1197-1198

Voting Index, 1978 

35: 1199

1979 Voting Index, 1979 

35: 1200-1201

Candidate Profiles 

Box Folder

Abate, Ernest N., 1976 

35: 1202

Ahearn, Aloysius J., 1976 

35: 1203

Ajello, Carl R., 1970-1974 

35: 1204-1206

Alessie, J. Bruce, 1976 

35: 1207

Allyn, Rufus, 1975-76 

35: 1208-1209

Amenta, Paul, 1976 

35: 1210

Anastasia, Lawrence J., 1976 

35: 1211

Anderson, John, 1975-1976 

35: 1212-1213

Auger, Bernard P., 1971-74 

35: 1214-1216

Badolato, Dominic J., 1971-74 

35: 1217-1219

Baehr, George B. Jr., 1976 

35: 1220

Baker, Wayne A., 1976 

35: 1221

Balducci, Richard J., 1976 

35: 1222

Bard, Ronald, 1971-74 

35: 1223-1225

Barry, David M., 1976 

35: 1226

Beck, Audrey, 1971-76 

35: 1227-1233

Belden, Richard D., 1976 

36: 1234

Bertinuson, Teresalle, 1976 

36: 1235

Billington, Clyde, 1971-1976 

36: 1236-1239

Bingham, James, 1971-1974 

36: 1240-1243

Blumenthal, Morton, 1973 

36: 1244-1245

Bogdan, Joseph, 1976 

36: 1246

Bonetti, Addo, 1968-1976 

36: 1247-1250

Bordiere, Marcus H., 1976 

36: 1251

Bozzuto, Richard, 1973-1976 

36: 1252-1256

Brannen, James, 1972-1974 

36: 1257-1258

Brown, Hoyte, 1972-1974 

36: 1259

Burke, Harry S., 1971-1974 

36: 1260

Caldwell, J. Edward, 1971-1974 

36: 1261-1265

Campbell, Charles D., 1976 

36: 1266

Carragher, Robert, 1971-76 

36: 1267-1270

Carruthers, Thomas G., 1972-1974 

36: 1271-1272

Cashman, Peter, 1972-74 

36: 1273-1275

Churchill, William, 1972-74 

36: 1276-1277

Ciarlone, Anthony, 1971-76 

36: 1278-1281

Ciccarello, Louis, 1976 

36: 1282

Clark, Thomas, 1976 

36: 1283

Coatsworth, Joseph, 1971-1976 

36: 1284-1289

Cohen, Morris, 1976 

36: 1290

Collins, Francis, 1971-1978 

36: 1291-1296

Collins, William A., 1975-1976 

36: 1297-1298

Colucci, Michael, 1971-1976 

36: 1299-1301

Comstock, Merritt, 1973-1974 

36: 1302

Conn, Walter, 1973-7196 

36: 1303-1304

Connery, James, ) 1971-1973 

36: 1305-1307

Connolly, Virginia, 1971-1976 

37: 1308-1312

Costello, Philip, 1974 

37: 1313

Cutillo, Louis, 1972-1976 

37: 1314-1316

DeMerell, John, 1973-1976 

37: 1317

DeNardis, Lawrence, 1971-1976 

37: 1318-1325

DePiano, 1975-1976 

37: 1326

DeZinno, Benjamin, 1975-1976 

37: 1327

Dinielli, Joseph, 1971-1976 

37: 1328-1331

D'Onnofrio, John, 1971-1974 

37: 1332

Dooley, Thomas, 1971-1973 

37: 1333-1335

Dzailo, Raymond, 1971-1976 

37: 1336-1340

Edwards, Richard, 1971-1973 

37: 1341-1342

Esposito, Donald, 1974 

37: 1343

Farricielli, Joseph, 1972 

37: 1344

Faulise, Dorothy, 1976 

37: 1345

Fauliso, Joseph, 1971-1975 

37: 1346-1349

Ferrari, Raymond, 1975 

37: 1350-1351

Flynn, Leo H., 1971-1976 

37: 1352-1354

Fox, Abijah U., 1970-1976 

37: 1355-1356

Freedman, Samuel, 1972-1974 

37: 1357-1358

Gejdenson, Sam, 1975-1976 

37: 1359-1360

Genovesi, Donald, 1971-1979 

37: 1361

Giles, Abraham L., 1973-1974 

37: 1362-1363

Gilligan, Robert, 1976 

37: 1364

Giordano, John A., 1975-1976 

37: 1365

Glassman, Abraham, 1975-1976 

37: 1366

Goodwin, Dorothy, 1975-1976 

37: 1367

Grande, Andrew, 1972-1975 

37: 1368-1369

Green, Eloise B., 1971-1974 

38: 1370-1372

Gregorzek, Joseph, 1971-1973 

38: 1373-1374

Griswold, Mary, 1971-1973 

38: 1375-1376

Groppo, John G., 1971-1975 

38: 1377-1379

Guidera, George, 1971-1975 

38: 1380-1383

Gunther, George, 1971-1975 

38: 1384-1389

Hamerman, Wilda, 1976 

38: 1390

Hanlon, Neal B., 1976 

38: 1391

Hanzalek, Astrid T., 1976 

38: 1392

Hellier, Samuel, 1972-1974 

38: 1393-1394

Hendel, Patricia, 1976 

38: 1395

Henderson, Walter, 1976 

38: 1396

Hermanowski, Leon, 1974 

38: 1397

Holdsworth, Earl, 1971-1973 

38: 1398-1399

Johnson, George Jr., 1974 

38: 1400

Johnston, Devin, 1976 

38: 1401

Julian, John, 1976 

38: 1402

Kablik, Thomas, 1971-1973 

38: 1403-1404

Kemler, Joan, 1976 

38: 1405

Kennelly, James, 1976 

38: 1406

King, Edgar, 1971-1973 

38: 1407-1412

Kipp, Phyllis, 1976 

38: 1413

LaRosa, Paul, 1976 

38: 1414

Lawless, William, 1976 

38: 1415

Leeney, Philip, 1976 

38: 1416

Lenge, Nicholas, 1967-1974 

38: 1417-1420

Lieberman, Joseph, 1976 

38: 1421

Lowden Elmer, 1976 

38: 1422

Lyons, William, 1971-1974 

38: 1423-1424

Mahoney, Francis, 1976 

38: 1425

Mannix, John, 1976 

38: 1426

Martin, Mary, 1976 

38: 1427

Martin, Richard, 1976 

38: 1428

Mastrianni, Silvio, 1976 

38: 1429

Matthews, John G., 1976 

38: 1430

McHugh, John, 1971-1973 

38: 1431

McKeever, Daniel, 1973-1974 

38: 1432

McKenna, Thomas, 1973-1978 

38: 1433-1434

Migliaro, Eugene, 1973-1978 

38: 1435-1436

Miller, Anthony, 1975-1976 

39: 1437-1438

Miller, Dorothy, 1973 

39: 1439

Morano, Michael, 1972-1975 

39: 1440-1442

Morris, Julius, 1971-1974 

39: 1443-1445

Mortensen, Elmer, 1971-1974 

39: 1446-1449

Morton, Margaret, 1973-1976 

39: 1450-1451

Morrison, John, 1972-1976 

39: 1452-1454

Motto, Nicholas, 1972-1976 

39: 1455-1457

Moynihan, Timothy, 1976 

39: 1458

Murphy, James, 1971-1976 

39: 1459-1462

Neiditz, David, 1971-1976 

39: 1463-1467

Nevas, Alan, 1974 

39: 1468

Newman, Howard, 1974 

39: 1469

O'Dea, Thomas, 1971-1973 

39: 1470

O'Leary, Cornelius, 1971-1976 

39: 1471-1473

O'Neill, William, 1971-1976 

39: 1474-1478

Orcutt, Geil, 1976 

39: 1479

Osler, Dorothy, 1973-1976 

39: 1480-1484

Owens, Howard, 1975-1976 

39: 1485

Padula, Louis, 1974 

39: 1486

Palmieri, James, 1970-1976 

39: 1487-1488

Pawlak, Paul, Sr., 1975-1976 

39: 1489

Pearson, Marilyn, 1971-1974 

39: 1490-1493

Petroni, Romeo, 1970-1974 

40: 1494-1498

Post, Russel Lee, 1972-1976 

40: 1499-1502

Pugilese, Joseph, 1969-1974 

40: 1503-1507

Quinn, John, 1974-1976 

40: 1508-1509

Radzwillas, Aldona, 1976 

40: 1510

Rapaport, Natalie, 1974-1976 

40: 1511-1512

Ratchford, William, 1971-1973 

40: 1513-1518

Reimers, Barbara, 1976 

40: 1519

Reynolds, Russell, 1976 

40: 1520-1521

Ritter, George, 1971-1976 

40: 1522-1526

Rome, Lewis, 1971-1976 

40: 1527-1530

Rose, Rufus, 1971-1974 

40: 1531-1534

St. Pierre, Donald, 1976 

40: 1535

Sayre, Clyde, 1971-1976 

40: 1536-1537

Schneller, Richard, 1975-1976 

40: 1538-1539

Schwartz, Joseph, 1976 

40: 1540

Scully, William, 1971-1976 

40: 1541-1542

Serrani, Thomas, 1976 

40: 1543

Shays, Christopher, 1975-1976 

40: 1544-1545

Shea, Robert, 1976 

40: 1546

Smyth, William, 1971-1974 

40: 1547

Sponheimer, John, 1975-1976 

40: 1548

Stevens, Gerald, 1970-1976 

40: 1549-1554

Stober, Kenneth, 1971-1976 

41: 1555-1557

Stolberg, Irving, 1971-1976 

41: 1558-1563

Strada, William, 1971-1976 

41: 1564-1567

Sullivan, David, 1972-1974 

41: 1569

Sullivan, William, 1971-1976 

41: 1570-1572

Sweeney, Thomas, 1971-1979 

41: 1573-1576

Tiffany, John, 1971-1975 

41: 1577-1578

Truex, Ruth, 1971-1974 

41: 1579-1582

Truglia, Anthony, 1973-1977 

41: 1583

Tudan, Victor, 1971-1974 

41: 1584-1587

Tulisano, Richard, 1976 

41: 1588

Vicino, Robert, 1971-1976 

41: 1589-1592

Villano, Vincent, 1975-1976 

41: 1593

Walkovich, Joseph, undated 

41: 1594

Walsh, Robert, 1974-1976 

41: 1595-1596

Weigand, Joseph Jr., 1976 

41: 1597

Wilber, Elinor, 1972-1976 

41: 1598-1599

Willard, Richard, 1971-1976 

41: 1600-1603

Wright, Gardner, 1972-1976 

41: 1604-1606

Yacavone, Muriel, 1971-1976 

41: 1607-1609

Yudkin, Myron, 1973-1974 

41: 1610

Zajack, John, 1971-1978 

41: 1611-1613

Zisk, John, 1973-1974 

41: 1614-1616

Perspectives of a State Legislature, 1978   (2 copies)

41: 1617
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State House Profiles 

Box Folder

Antonetti, Richard P., 1972-1974 

42: 1618

Argazzi, Robert A., 1972-1974 

42: 1619

Apthorp, Grant, 1972-1974 

42: 1620

Avcollie, Bernard L., 1972-1974 

42: 1621

Berry, Louise S., 1972-1974 

42: 1622

Bevacqua, William A., 1972-1974 

42: 1623

Brainard, Jesse A., 1972-1974 

42: 1624

Brunski, Daniel W., 1972-1974 

42: 1625

Burnham, Earnest C. Jr., 1972-1974 

42: 1626

Camp, Herbert V., 1972-1974 

42: 1627

Canali, James M., 1972-1974 

42: 1628

Clark, Ruth H., 1972-1974 

42: 1629

Costello, Philip N. Jr., 1972-1974 

42: 1630

Cretella, Alberta Jr., 1972-1974 

42: 1631

Crouch, Howard E., 1972-1974 

42: 1632

Curtis, Sarah Francis, 1972-1974 

42: 1633

DeFrancesco, Mark S., 1972-1974 

42: 1634

Dematteis, Kenneth, 1972-1974 

42: 1635

Dente, Angelo, 1972-1974 

42: 1636

Fabrizio, John A., 1972-1974 

42: 1637

Finney, Florence D., 1972-1974 

42: 1638

Frate, Gennaro W., 1972-1974 

42: 1639

Fuller, Clyde W., 1972-1974 

42: 1640

Fuse, Joseph R., 1972-1974 

42: 1641

Gormley, Joseph R., 1972-1974 

42: 1642

Gosselin, Earnest J., 1972-1974 

42: 1643

Harlow, Harold G., 1972-1974 

42: 1644

Hofmeister, William H., 1972-1974 

42: 1645

Locke, Peter F., 1972-1974 

42: 1646

Mahoney, Will, 1972-1974 

42: 1647

Maletto, Louis, 1972-1974 

42: 1648

McGill, James H., 1972-1974 

42: 1649

Meskill, Francis J., 1972-1974 

42: 1650

Morris, Bruce H., 1972-1974 

42: 1651

Odegard, David, 1972-1974 

42: 1652

Page, Stanley H., 1972-1974 

42: 1653

Powanda, William Jr., 1972-1974 

42: 1654

Savage, John, 1972-1974 

42: 1655

Scalo, Richard S., 1972-1974 

42: 1656

Sherer, Sidney, 1972-1974 

42: 1657

Sherwood, Robert W., 1972-1974 

42: 1658

Siladi, Paul A., 1972-1974 

42: 1659

Smith, Wilber G., 1972-1974 

42: 1660

Smith, Winthrop S., 1972-1974 

42: 1661

Smoko, Ronald, 1972-1974 

42: 1662

Sullivan, Paul H., 1972-1974 

42: 1663

Tedesco, Frank J., 1972-1974 

42: 1664

Turiano, Michael, 1972-1974 

42: 1665

Varis, Richard E., 1972-1974 

42: 1666

Vella, Rosario T., 1972-1974 

42: 1667

Wagner, Richard H., 1972-1974 

42: 1668

Wenz, Harry W., 1972-1974 

42: 1669

Westbrook, Warren, 1972-1974 

42: 1670

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Series VII: Health Project, undated, 1962-1980 

Health, Education and Welfare Grant 

Box Folder

CCRG, 1975-1976 

43: 1671-1674

Health Education 

Box Folder

Budget and Notes, 1976 

43: 1675

Timetable and Notes, 1975-1976 

43: 1676

Consumer Education Information, 1975-1976 

43: 1677

CCRG Personnel Resumes, 1976 

43: 1678

Education and Health Consumers 

43: 1679

Handbook by Human Services, 1975 

43: 1680

“Consumer Participation in Health Services”, 1972 

43: 1681-1682

Connecticut Regional Medical Program, 1976 

43: 1683

Information for Health Agency Planners, 1973-1976 

43: 1684

Notes, 1976 

43: 1685

Training HSA Board Members, 1976 

43: 1686-1688

CCRG Monthly Reports 

43: 1689

Health Action Bulletin, 1975-1976 

43: 1690

Health Action Bulletin (Spanish), 1975-1979 

43: 1691

Health Law P.L. 93-641 

Box Folder

General Information 

43: 1692-1693

Spanish Translation 

43: 1694

Timetable for Implementation 

43: 1695

HEW notices, memorandum, 1974-1976 

43: 1696

Regional Health Plans, 1975-1976 

43: 1697

Regionalization in Health Care, 1976 

43: 1698

Proposed Health Plan, 1975 

43: 1699

Application Materials, 1975 

43: 1700-1701

Data Needs for HSA 

43: 1702

HSA Application Checklist 

43: 1703

Reports on Applications, Areas I-V, 1976 

43: 1704

Evaluation of HSA 

43: 1705

Correspondence, Area Designation Information, 1976 

43: 1706

Health Service Area Designation Plan, 1975 

43: 1707

CCRG Testimony and Notes, Areas I-V 

43: 1708

Health Service Area Designation Plan, Vol. III 

43: 1709-1712

News Articles, 1975-1976 

44: 1713

Area I: Southwestern Connecticut 

Box Folder

Correspondence, 1976 

44: 1714-1715

Preliminary Activities, 1975 

44: 1716-1717

Health Service Area Profile, 1975 

44: 1718

Proposed Application, 1975 

44: 1719

Application for Agency Designation 

44: 1720

CCRG Testimony 

44: 1721

Board of Directors 

44: 1722

Healthcare Pamphlets 

44: 1723

Consumer Organization 

44: 1724

Area II: South Central Connecticut 

Box Folder

Correspondence, Consumer Organization 

44: 1725

Requests for Information 

44: 1726

Preliminary Activities, 1975 

44: 1727-1728

Application Proposal 

44: 1729

Correspondence, 1975-1976 

44: 1730

Health Service Area Profile, 1975 

44: 1731

Health Care in New Haven, 1975 

44: 1732-1733

CCRG Testimony 

44: 1734

Area III: Eastern Connecticut 

Box Folder

Preliminary Activities, 1975 

44: 1735-1736

Correspondence, 1975-1976 

44: 1737

Health Service Area Profile, 1975 

44: 1738

Preliminary Application, 1975 

44: 1739

CCRG Testimony, 1976 

44: 1740

Organizational Activities 

44: 1741

Nominating Committee 

44: 1742

Peer-Group Appointment, 1975 

44: 1743-1744

Board of Directors 

44: 1745

Area IV: North Central Connecticut 

Box Folder

Preliminary Activities, 1975 

44: 1746

Correspondence, 1976 

44: 1747

Incorporation and By-Laws, 1976 

44: 1748

CCRG Testimony 

44: 1749

Application for Agency Designation, 1976 

44: 1750-1751

Organizational Information, 1975-1976 

44: 1752-1754

UConn Health Center Study, 1975 

44: 1755

Area V: Northwestern Connecticut 

Box Folder

Preliminary Activities 

44: 1756-1757

Health Service Area Profile, 1975 

44: 1758

Correspondence, 1975-1976 

44: 1759

Health System Plan, 1975 

45: 1760

Health Planning Council Pamphlets, 1974-1975 

45: 1761

Application for Conditional Designation 

45: 1762

Application for Agency Designation, 1976 

45: 1763-1769

CCRG Testimony, 1976 

45: 1770

Organizational Material, 1975-1976 

45: 1771-1772

Consumer Review Panel, 1976 

45: 1773

Health Issues 

Box Folder

CCRG: Health Action League 

45: 1774

Commission on Hospitals and Health Care, 1976 

45: 1775-1780

Connecticut Health Bulletin, 1973 

45: 1781

Drugs, 1962-1976 

45: 1782

Eastern Regional Mental Health Board, 1978-79 

45: 1783

Emergency Medical Services, 1973-1976 

45: 1784

Environmental Action Bulletin, 1974 

45: 1785

Health Care Costs, 1974-1976 

45: 1786

Health Care Industry, 1975 

45: 1787

Health Care Occupations, 1970-75 

45: 1788-1790

Health Dictionary, 1976 

45: 1791

Health Insurance Notes, 1974-1976 

45: 1792

Health Insurance Statutes and Reports, 1971-1974 

45: 1793

Health Insurance Pamphlets, 1975-1976 

45: 1794

Health Law Project, U. Of Pennsylvania, 1971 

45: 1795-1798

Health Law Project, U. Of Pennsylvania, 1972 

46: 1799-1805

Health Maintenance, 1975-1976 

46: 1806

Health Dictionary, CCRG: Copyright Information, 1975 

46: 1807

Health Information, 1976 

46: 1808

Hill-Burton: Newsletters, 1976-1977 

46: 1809

Hospitals: Mt. Sinai and Hartford, 1975-1976 

46: 1810

Hospitals: Notes, Report, Federal Register, 1973-1975 

46: 1811

Indian Health Service 

46: 1812

Lead Poisoning Testimony, 1973 

46: 1813

Letters of Support 

46: 1814

Low Cost Health Care, 1972-1976 

46: 1815

Low Income Planning Aid, 1976-1977 

46: 1816

Malpractice 

46: 1817

Medicare/Medicaid 

46: 1818

Mental Health 

46: 1819

New Horizons: Organization for Physically Handicapped, 1973-1975 

46: 1820

Newark, New Jersey, 1972 

46: 1821

Nursing Homes, 1974 

46: 1822-1823

Orthomolecular Psychiatry: Articles, Pamphlets, 1968-1974 

47: 1824

Orthomolecular Psychiatry: Articles, 1968-1975 

47: 1825

Physicians 

47: 1826-1827

Position Paper 

47: 1828

Professional Standards Review 

47: 1829

Public Citizen, 1974 

47: 1830

Public Health and Safety Committee 

47: 1831

Questionnaire 

47: 1832

Releases 

47: 1833

Review and Comment 

47: 1834

Rothchild, Joel 

47: 1835

Southeastern Citizen Action Group, 1978 

47: 1836-1837

Health and Environment 

Box Folder

Air Pollution, 1973-1977 

47: 1838

Campbell, Axel: Radiation Sickness Case, 1975 

47: 1839

Carter Administration: Environmental Prognosis, 1977 

47: 1840

CCAG, 1973-1975 

47: 1841-1843

CEPED, 1976-1977 

47: 1844-1846

Citizen Participation, 1977 

47: 1847

Civil Penalties, Connecticut, 1974 

47: 1848

Commission on Environmental Protection, 1977 

47: 1849

Costle, Douglas: Notes, 1977 

47: 1850

Council on Environmental Quality, 1977 

47: 1851

Department of Environmental Protection, 1976 

47: 1852

Environment/Economic Issues, 1972-1977 

47: 1853-1857

Environment and Energy Publications, 1974 

47: 1858

Environment/Unemployment, 1970-1977 

47: 1859-1860

Environmental Protection agency: Publications, 1973-1977 

47: 1861

Food and Nutrition: Publications, 1977 

47: 1862

Legislation, 1977-1978 

47: 1863

Murphy, Betty: Dental x-ray Case, 1975 

47: 1864

Natural Resources, 1976-1977 

47: 1865

New England Consortium, 1975 

47: 1866

New England Regional Commission Conference, 1977 

47: 1867-1868

Oil and Gas: News clippings, 1975-1977 

47: 1869

Oil Refineries, 1975 

47: 1870

Oil Spills: Notes and Research News, 1975 

47: 1871-1872

Olympic Games: Environmental Impact Statement, 1980 

47: 1873

“Quits and Fires” Controversy, 1977 

47: 1874

Sewers: Town News, 1976-1977 

47: 1875

Solid Waste: News clippings, 1976 

47: 1876

State and Urban Development, 1977 

47: 1877

J.P. Stevens:  AFL-CIO News, 1977 

47: 1878

J.P. Stevens Boycott, 1978 

47: 1879

Town Environmental Issues: News clippings, 1975-1979 

47: 1880

U.S. Army Corps, 1977 

47: 1881

 

General note

For further information, see: Series I: Director's Records, Marc Caplan Files and Miles Rappoport Files; Series III: Administrative Files; Series X: Mary Mushinky Files; and Series XVI: Subject Files.

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Series VIII: North Haven Mall, undated, 1978-1984 

Box Folder

Addressing the Record of Decision 

48: 1882

Air Pollution Report 

48: 1883

Appeal for Interrogatories 

48: 1884

Arguments Against 

48: 1885-1886

Army Corps of Engineers Record of Decision 

48: 1887

Army Corps of Engineers Report 

48: 1888

Army Corps of Engineers Pressures 

48: 1889-1890

Automobile Dealers Association 

48: 1891

Back Files 

48: 1892

Bishop Street Project 

48: 1893

Buckland Commons 

48: 1894

Bus System 

48: 1895

Campaign for Human Development 

48: 1896-1897

Census Tracts 

48: 1898

Citizens for the Environment 

48: 1899

Civil Court Summons 

48: 1900

Clean Air Act 

48: 1901

Cluster Captain's Meeting 

48: 1902

Code of Ethics 

48: 1903

Congressman Bruce Morrison 

48: 1904

CCAG Reports 

48: 1905

CCAG/STM (Stop the Mall) Membership Meeting 

48: 1906

Citizen/Labor Energy Coalition (CLEC) 

48: 1907

CT State Implementation Plan 

48: 1908

CT Valley Geologic and Hydrologic Studies 

48: 1909

Danbury 

48: 1910

Department of Transportation Hearing 

48: 1911

Economic Development 

48: 1912

Energy Input Study 

48: 1913

Evidence of Other Malls 

48: 1914

Final Outline of Environmental Impact 

48: 1915

Final Environmental Impact Statement 

48: 1916-1922

Flood Insurance Study 

49: 1923

Government Responses (DEP) 

49: 1924

House of Representative Hearing 

49: 1925

House Subcommittee Evidence 

49: 1926-1927

International Downtown Executives Association (IDEA) 

49: 1928

Legal Tools for Stop the Mall 

49: 1929-1930

Lobby Day, 1981 

49: 1931

Local Hearing and Debate 

49: 1932-1933

Mall 

Box Folder

Advocates 

49: 1934

Contracts 

49: 1935-1938

Opponents 

49: 1939

Pollution 

49: 1940

Reports, 1983 

49: 1941
Box Folder

Malls in General 

49: 1942

News from...STM/CCAG 

49: 1943

North Haven Annual Report, 1978-1979 

49: 1944

North Haven Canvassing, 1980 

49: 1945-1846

North Haven Petitions 

49: 1947

Northeast Utilities Press 

49: 1948

Plan of Development 

49: 1949

Planning Process, 1981 

49: 1950

Press Clippings 

49: 1951

Public Hearing Transcript 

49: 1952

Raffles, CCAG, 1980-1984 

49: 1953

Regionalism in S. Central Connecticut 

49: 1954

Research Documents 

50: 1955

Senior Staff, 1980-1981 

50: 1956

Spring Flooding 

50: 1957

Stamford, 1981 

50: 1958

Stamford CAG, 1982-1983 

50: 1959

Statewide Leadership Council (SLC), 1981 

50: 1960

SLC Meeting, 1983 

50: 1961

Stop the Mall 

Box Folder

General, 1981 

50: 1962

Address List 

50: 1963

Consultants 

50: 1964

Information 

50: 1965-1967

Lists 

50: 1968

Miscellaneous 

50: 1969-1970

Press Releases 

50: 1971

Reports 

50: 1972-1973

Squad Sheets 

50: 1974
Box Folder

Testimony to Army Corps of Engineers 

50: 1975

Traffic 

50: 1976-1978

Transportation Improvement Plan 

50: 1979

U.S. Catholic Conference, 1981 

50: 1980

Valley CAG 

50: 1981

Waterbury CAG, 1980-1981 

50: 1982-1986

Westfarms Survey 

51: 1987

Westfarms Mall Drainage 

51: 1988

Westfarms Mall Taxes 

51: 1989

West Region Administration, 1981 

51: 1990

Zone Amendment Opponents 

51: 1991

Zone Change 

51: 1992

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Series IX: Bottle Bill, undated, 1969-1978 

Box Folder

Action Research Model, 1974 

52: 1993

Alcoholic Beverages Statistics, 1972-1974 

52: 1994

Background Report on the Colchester Regional Landfill, 1978 

52: 1995

Beer Prices, 1973-1975 

52: 1996

Book/Calendar Orders 

52: 1997

Bottle Bill: Articles, Summaries, U.S. and Outside U.S., National 1970-1978 

52: 1998-2005

Breweries, 1973-1974 

52: 2006

Brewers, 1972-1974 

52: 2007

Brewers Almanac, 1973 

52: 2008

Bureau of Domestic Commerce: Staff Study, 1975 

52: 2009

California, 1974 

52: 2010

California Senate Bill 650, 1977 

52: 2011

Campaign for a Cleaner Environment: Memoranda, 1973-1974 

52: 2012

Colorado, 1973-1974 

52: 2013

Committee Findings and Staff Papers on National Beverage Deposits, 1978 

52: 2014

Connecticut Bottle Bill, 1973-1978 

52: 2015-2017

CCAG Correspondence, Memoranda, Surveys, Reports, Testimony, 1973-1976 

52: 2018-2020

Connecticut Legislators, 1975-1977 

52: 2021

Connecticut Legislative Sessions, 1973-1976 

52: 2022-2024

Connecticut Malted Beverage Shipments, 1973 

52: 2025

Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority, 1977-1978 

52: 2026

Connecticut Solid Waste Management Advisory Council, 1977-1978 

52: 2027

Crusades For A Cleaner Environment, 1975 

52: 2028

“Economics of Resource Recovery from Mixed Municipal Wastes” 

52: 2029

“Energy and Economic Impacts of Mandatory Deposits”, 1975 

52: 2030

Energy Bottles 

52: 2031

Energy Consumption, 1972-1974 

53: 2032-2033

Environmental Action Foundation, 1976 

53: 2034

Environmental Groups, 1975-1976 

53: 2035

Environmental Impact of Nitrile, 1973 

53: 2036

“Environmental Barrier Containers” 

53: 2037

“The Environment and Packaging: An Economic and Legislative Analysis”, 1972 

53: 2038

Federal Energy Administration Study, 1976 

53: 2039

Federal Hearings: Solid Waste 

53: 2040

“53,000,000 - - CT Resources Recovery Authority Greater Bridgeport System Bonds, Series A”, 1976 

53: 2041

Humanities Conference on Bottle Bill, 1974-1975 

53: 2042

Illinois 

53: 2043

“Impact of Beverage Container Legislation on Connecticut”, 1975 

53: 2044

Industry: Recycling, 1971-1975 

53: 2045-2047

Industry: Testimony, 1975 

53: 2048-2049

Interested Citizens, 1974-1975 

53: 2050

Legislative Headcounts, 1975 

53: 2051

Litter and Pricing Survey, 1975 

53: 2052

Maine Times, 1978 

53: 2053

Maine 1973-75 

53: 2054

Management and Behavioral Science Center, 1971 

53: 2055

Maryland, 1974-1976 

53: 2056-2057

Massachusetts, 1974 

53: 2058-2059

Midwest Research Institute, 1971 

53: 2060

Minnesota, 1974 

53: 2061

Miscellaneous, 1973-1978 

53: 2062

National Bottle Bill, 1972-1973 & 1975-1977 

53: 2063

New England Economic Indicators, 1976 

53: 2064

New Hampshire, 1974-1975 

53: 2065

New York State, 1973-1975 

54: 2066

Notes: High School Survey 

54: 2067

Oregon, 1971-1977 

54: 2068-2083

Other States, 1973-1974 

54: 2084

“Packaging in Perspective”, 1974 

54: 2085

“Potential Effects of a National Mandatory Deposit on Beverage Containers: Plastic Bottles, 1973, 1975-1976 

54: 2086

Report of Model Litter Control Program, 1971 

54: 2088

“Resource Conservation and Recovery Act”, 1976 

54: 2089

Resource and Environmental Profile Analysis, 1974 

54: 2090

Resource and Environmental Profile Analysis of Nine Beverage Container Alternatives, 1974 

54: 2091

“Resource Recovery From Municipal Wastes”, 1972 

55: 2092

Rhode Island, 1974 

55: 2093

Schaefer Brewing Company, 1974 

55: 2094

Scientific Resources, Inc., 1973 

55: 2095

Solid Waste, 1969-1978 

55: 2096-2099

South Dakota, 1974 

55: 2100

Stern, Carlos, 1973-1977 

55: 2101-2103

Stowe Profiles 

55: 2104

System Energy and Recycling: A Study of The Beverage Industry, 1972 

55: 2105

Verdieck, Emma: Correspondence and Notes, 1977-1978 

55: 2106

Vermont, 1972-1975 

55: 2107-2114

Virginia, 1975 

55: 2115-2116

Washington, D.C., 1974 

55: 2117

Washington State, 1971-1977 

55: 2118-2123

Wisconsin, 1975 

55: 2124-2125

U.S. Brewer's Association, Inc. 

55: 2126

U.S. Senate Hearings, 1974 

55: 2127

Abstentions for Bottle Bill, 1977 

56: 2128

Aluminum Containers 

56: 2129

Amendments to HB5409, 1975 

56: 2130

America Can Rebuttal 

56: 2131

Audubon: Connecticut 

56: 2132

Beck Amendment, 1977 

56: 2133

Berkshire-Litchfield Environmental Council 

56: 2134

Beverage Containers: Report 

56: 2135

Bottles and Cans 

56: 2136

Bottle Washing 

56: 2137-2139

California Litter Tax 

56: 2140

Cans 

56: 2141

Connecticut Bottle Bill 

Box Folder

Anti-Bill 

56: 2142

Articles 

56: 2143

Bill, 7977 

56: 2144

Bill, 7978 

56: 2145

Bill Efforts 

56: 2146-2147

Coalition `78 

56: 2148

Energy Argument 

56: 2149

Fact Sheet 

56: 2150

Jobs Argument 

56: 2151

Litter 

56: 2152

Maine Inc.: Summary 

56: 2153

Miscellaneous 

56: 2154

Natural Resources 

56: 2155

Paste-Ups 

56: 2156

Petitions and Votes 

56: 2157

Price Argument 

56: 2158

Price Survey 

56: 2159

Pro-Bill Industries 

56: 2160

Procedures, 1977 

56: 2161

Projects for Students 

56: 2162

Public Support 

56: 2163

Retail Stores 

56: 2164

Return Rates 

56: 2165

Slide Show 

56: 2166

Summary of Pro-Arguments 

56: 2167

Votes, 1978 

56: 2168
Box Folder

CCAG Efforts, 1977 

56: 2169-2171

Connecticut Council on Environmental Quality 

57: 2172

Connecticut Miscellaneous 

57: 2173

Conservation Commissions 

57: 2174

Consumers, General 

57: 2175

Crusade for a Cleaner Environment 

57: 2176

Dayville Memorandum: Projected Job Losses 

57: 2177

Deadline Dates: EPA, Departments of Interior and Commerce 

57: 2178

Department of Environmental Protection: Legislation, Regulation, Personnel 

57: 2179-2182

“Emma's Files” 

57: 2183

EPA 4th Report to Congress 

57: 2184

Energy Consumption of Beverage Containers 

57: 2185

Environmental 

Box Folder

Action 

57: 2186

Caucus 

57: 2187

Education 

57: 2188

Groups, 1975 

57: 2189

Impact of Nitrile Barrier Containers 

57: 2190
Box Folder

Federal Bill 

57: 2191

Federal Guidelines 

57: 2192

Federal Studies 

57: 2193

Glass 

57: 2194

House Abstentions, 1977 

57: 2195

House Debate Transcript, 1977 April 13 

57: 2196

House Debate Transcript, 1977 June 4 

57: 2197

Hull's 

57: 2198

Information Packet 

57: 2199

Jobs: Pinsky 

57: 2200

Joint Press Release: LWV-  CCAG 

57: 2201

Legislative Session 

57: 2202

Letter to Bottle Bill Supporters, 1978 

58: 2203

Litter 

58: 2204-2207

Malt Beverage Shipments in Connecticut, 1969-1972 

58: 2208

Massachusetts Bottle Bill 

58: 2209

Michigan 

58: 2210

Miscellaneous Groups 

58: 2211

National Coalition on Solid Waste 

58: 2212

National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) 

58: 2213

Oregon Bottle Bill 

58: 2214-2216

Other States 

58: 2217

Pamphlets 

58: 2218

Pennsylvania Alliance for Returnables 

58: 2219

Plastic Bottles: Monsanto 

58: 2220

Recycling Metal 

58: 2221

Recycling 

58: 2222

Redemption Centers 

58: 2223

Report: Impact of Mandatory Deposit Legislation in CT 

58: 2224

Returnable Bottles 

58: 2225

Sales Survey of Soft Drink Industry, 1974 

58: 2226

Senate Vote, 1977 May 5 

58: 2227

Senator Martin Bottle Bill 

58: 2228

Soft Drink Industry: State Profiles, 1973 

58: 2229

State Bottle Bill Fights: General 

58: 2230

Tufts' Environmental Network 

58: 2231

Tufts' Urban Environment 

58: 2232

Vermont Bottle Bill 

58: 2233

Washington Bill 

58: 2234

Water Pollution Control Handbook 

58: 2235

Wildlife 

58: 2236

Wetland Seminar 

58: 2237

 

General note

For further information on this subject, see: Series I: Director's Records, Marc Caplan Files; Series XI: Environmental Issues; Series XIV: Consumer Issues; and Series XVII: 1992 Addendum.

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Series X: Mary Mushinsky Files, undated, 1973-1979 

Box Folder

Area Waste Treatment Management Board, 1977-1979 

59: 2238

Asbestos, 1978-1979 

59: 2239

Budget, 1977 

59: 2240

Citizens Lobby Membership Form, 1978-1979 

59: 2241

Complaints, 1978 

59: 2242

Correspondence and Memoranda, 1978-1979 

59: 2243-2246

District Meetings, 1979 

59: 2247-2252

East Hartford Citizens Action Group 

59: 2253

Environmental Action Group, 1978-1979 

59: 2254-2255

Environmental Action Group (Folder 2 of 2) 1978-79 

59: 2255

Flyers and Pamphlets, 1977-1979 

59: 2257

Form Letters, 1977-1979 

59: 2257

Garbage Coalition Hit Lists, 1979 

59: 2258

Granby: Whispering Pines, 1978 

59: 2259

Industrial Waste Management and Recovery Task Force 1979 

59: 2260-2261

Madison Zoning Case, 1979 

59: 2262

Malls 

59: 2263

Maps 

59: 2264

New Haven Foundation, 1973-1974 

59: 2265

Newsletters, 1974,1978-1979 

59: 2266

North Haven, 1974 

60: 2267

North Haven CAG, 1974 

60: 2268

Norwalk Community College Case 

60: 2269

Notes on Bills, 1977 

60: 2270

Occupational Health, 1979 

60: 2271

Pinsky Studies, 1977 

60: 2272

Planning Committee, 1978-1979 

60: 2273-2275

Press and Public Relations 

60: 2276

Rate Hike Information, 1977 

60: 2277

Reports, 1976-1979 

60: 2278-2280

Solid Waste Ballots, 1979 

60: 2281

Solid Waste Coalition Conference, 1979 

60: 2282

Stamford: Sewage Treatment Plant, 1978 

60: 2283

Stamford Cemetery: Horner, 1978 

60: 2284

State Ethics Commission, 1978 

60: 2285

Steering Committee Meeting, 1979 

60: 2286

Town Planning, 1973 

60: 2287

208 Planning, 1973 

60: 2288

208 Policy Advisory Committee, 1978-1979 

60: 2289-2291

Unions 

60: 2292

Utilities 

60: 2293

Windsor Locks: Park and Airport Noise, 1978 

60: 2294

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Series XI: Environmental Issues, undated, 1971-1985 

Air Pollution 

Box Folder

Acid Rain 

61: 2295

Air Quality Maintenance 

61: 2296-2298

Air Quality Standards 

61: 2299

Automobiles 

61: 2300-2302

Clean Air Act 

61: 2303

Clean Air Coalition 

61: 2304

Coal Conservation, 1977 

61: 2305

CT's Air Quality Implementation Plan 

61: 2306-2307

CT Business and Industry Association Lawsuit, 1979 

61: 2308

CCAG Funding Request Proposals 

61: 2309

CT Clean Air Commission 

61: 2310

CT Clean Air Plan, Implementation of 

61: 2311

CT Department of Environmental Protection Civil Penalties, 1974 

61: 2312

CT Interagency Council on Smoking 

61: 2313

CT News 

61: 2314

CT Department of Environmental Protection 

61: 2315

Fact Sheet 

61: 2316

General Information 

61: 2317-2318

Health Effects 

61: 2319-2320

High Sulfur Fuels 

61: 2321-2323

Implementation of Minnesota Clean Air Plan 

61: 2324

Indirect Source of Air Pollution 

61: 2325-2330

Indirect Source of Air Pollution 

62: 2331-2333

Inspection and Maintenance 

62: 2334-2336

Legislation 

62: 2337

Moodus Conference 

62: 2338

Pesticides 

62: 2339-2340

Pollution Abatement Equipment 

62: 2341

Prohibition 

62: 2342

Project on Clean Air 

62: 2343-2344

Publications 

62: 2345-2346

Smoking 

62: 2347

StanChem Affidavits 

62: 2348

Sulfur 

62: 2349

Toxic Air Pollutants 

62: 2350

United Auto Workers and Emission Controls 

62: 2351

Variance for High Sulfur Fuels 

62: 2352

Various Topics 

62: 2353

Conservation 

Box Folder

Land Use 

62: 2354-2358

Open Space 

62: 2359

Wildlife 

62: 2360-2361

Visual Pollution 

62: 2362

East Hartford CAG 

62: 2363

Eastern CT CAG 

62: 2364-2365

Energy 

Box Folder

Actions 

62: 2366

Ad Book, 1984 

62: 2367

Ad Book, 1985 

62: 2368

Citizen/Labor Energy Coalition (  CLEC) 

63: 2369-2380

Citizens Utility Board 

63: 2381

Co-generation 

63: 2382

CT Legislature 

63: 2383

Contacts 

63: 2384

Department of Public Utility Control (DPUC) 

63: 2385-2387

Editorial Fact Sheet on Electric Companies 

63: 2388

Energy, 1983 

63: 2389

Energy, 1984 

63: 2390

Energy Assistance Information on Shut-offs 

63: 2391

Energy Conservation Bulletin 

63: 2392

Energy Deregulation 

63: 2393

Energy Facts 

63: 2394

Energy Facts, 1982 

63: 2395

Energy Facts, 1983 

63: 2396

Energy Management 

63: 2397

Energy and Transportation Issues Committee 

63: 2398-2400

Fact Sheet, Various 

64: 2401

Flyer Originals 

64: 2402

Fiscal Assistance 

64: 2403

Gas Company 

64: 2404

Gas Deregulation 

64: 2405-2406

General Information 

64: 2407

Health Care 

64: 2408

Legislation, 1981 

64: 2409

Legislation, 1982 

64: 2410

Legislative Electoral Action Program 

64: 2411

Legislative Index, 1984 

64: 2412

Legislative Session, 1983 

64: 2413

Letters to CCAG 

64: 2414

Lobby Day, 1985 

64: 2415

Natural Gas Citizen/Labor Energy Coalition 

64: 2416

Northeast Utilities Conservation 

64: 2417

Northeast Utilities Shareholders Letter 

64: 2418

Nuclear Energy 

64: 2419

Oil Companies 

64: 2420

Press Labels 

64: 2421

Rate Witholding Cammpaign 

64: 2422

Environmental Protection 

Box Folder

General 

64: 2423-2425

Fuels 

Box Folder

CT National Gas 

64: 2426

Estimated Billing Campaign 

64: 2427

Fuel Adjustment 

64: 2428

Northeast Utilities 

64: 2429-2430

Nuclear Power 

64: 2431-2432

Power Facility Evaluation Council, 1977 

64: 2433-2434

Radioactive Waste 

64: 2435

Rate Structure 

64: 2436

Solar 

64: 2437-2438

Southern CT Gas 

64: 2439-2440

SNET 

64: 2441

Utility Press Clippings 

64: 2442

General 

Box Folder

Affirmative Action 

64: 2443

Army Crops of Engineers 

64: 2444

Canvassing 

64: 2445

Cleveland UAW 

65: 2446

Coalition for Consumer Justice 

65: 2447

Community Services 

65: 2448

CT Action Now 

65: 2449

CCAG Policies 

65: 2450

CCAG Publications 

65: 2451

CT Health Department 

65: 2452

CT UAW Convention, 1977 

65: 2453

Consumer Action Now 

65: 2454

Council on Environmental Quality 

65: 2455

Demographics and Planning 

65: 2456

Department of Energy 

65: 2457-2458

Department of Interior Bibliography 

65: 2459

Department of Environmental Protection, CT 

65: 2460

Direct Action Organizing 

65: 2461-2462

Earth Day, 1980 

65: 2463

Economy 

65: 2464

Energy Coalition 

65: 2465

Environmental Brag Sheet, CCAG 

65: 2466

Environmental Caucus 

65: 2467-2468

Environmental Groups 

65: 2469-2470

Environmental Philosophy/Ethics 

65: 2471

Environmental Protection Action Committee 

65: 2472

Environmental Protection Agency 

65: 2473-2475

Environmental Workplan, Events, Conferences 

65: 2476

Future Organizing 

65: 2477

Governor's Committee to Develop an Environmental Policy for Connecticut 

65: 2478

Gypsy Moth 

65: 2479

Impact Statements 

65: 2480-2481

Incorporation 

65: 2482

Jobs and Environment 

65: 2483-2484

Legislative Achievements, 1978 

65: 2485

Legislative Achievements, 1979 

65: 2486

Lobbying 

65: 2487

Meriden 

65: 2488

Meskill Bibliography 

65: 2489

Midwest Academy 

65: 2490-2491

National Energy Coalition 

65: 2492

New Haven Water Company 

66: 2493

Newington 

66: 2494

New Roots 

66: 2495

Newsletter 

66: 2496

North Hartford 

66: 2497

Norwich 

66: 2498-2499

Nuclear Energy 

66: 2500

Occupational Safety 

66: 2501

Oil 

66: 2502-2504

Organizing 

66: 2505-2506

Organizing Training 

66: 2507

Other Chapters 

66: 2508

People's Bicentennial Commission 

66: 2509

Personal Press Testimony 

66: 2510

Policy Statements 

66: 2511

Positive Paper: Solar 

66: 2512

Professional Drivers 

66: 2513

Public Participation 

66: 2514

Puerto Rican Center for Justice 

66: 2515

Radiation 

66: 2516

Radio Spots 

66: 2517

Reagan Environmental Record, Case Against 

66: 2518

Recycling) 

66: 2519-2527

Regional Energy Program 

66: 2528

Stamford 

67: 2529

Survival Kit 

67: 2530

Testimony, 1979 

67: 2531

Tufts University 

67: 2532

Urban Environment 

67: 2533-2537

Virginia Citizen's Consumer Council 

67: 2538

Waste 

67: 2539-2543

Waterbury 

67: 2544

Yale and Harvard Research 

67: 2545

Hazardous Waste 

Box Folder

Area-wide Waste Treatment Management Planning Board 

67: 2546

Berlin 

67: 2547

Congressman Moffett's Hazardous Waste Task Force 

67: 2548

CT Council for Occupational Safety and Health (COSH) 

67: 2549-2550

CT Incidents 

67: 2551-02552

Contamination 

67: 2553-2555

Department of Environmental Protection 

67: 2556-2557

Environmental Mediation Center 

67: 2558

Fact Sheet 

67: 2559

General Information 

67: 2560

Hazardous Waste Committee 

67: 2561-2565

Industrial Waste Task Force 

67: 2566-2568

Kement Landfill 

67: 2569

Lobby Day, 1982 

68: 2570

National Campaigns Against Toxic Waste, CT Contact list 

68: 2571

National Campaigns Against Toxic Hazards 

68: 2572-2573

National Groups 

68: 2574

National Landfills, Dumps 

68: 2575

Other Organizations 

68: 2576

PCB's 

68: 2577

Resource Conservation and Recovery Act 

68: 2578

Right to Know 

68: 2579-2581

Shelton Landfill 

68: 2582

Southington Solvents Recovery 

68: 2583

Summary and Definitions 

68: 2584

Superfund 

68: 2585

Surcharge Act 

68: 2586

Surcharge Amendment 

68: 2587

Technical Assistance 

68: 2588-2589

Toby Moffett's Hazardous Waste Task Force 

68: 2590

Toxic Air 

68: 2591

Trash and Energy 

68: 2592

Various Information 

68: 2593

Housing 

Box Folder

Committee Meetings 

68: 2594

Council on Alternative State and Local Policies 

68: 2595

Developments, 1983-1987 

68: 2596

Fact Sheets and Flyers 

68: 2597

Housing, 1982 

68: 2589

Housing, 1983 

68: 2599

Just Cause Eviction, 1983-1984 

68: 2600

Legislation, 1983 

68: 2601

Legislation, 1985 

68: 2602

Other States 

68: 2603

Rent Control 

68: 2604-2606

Research 

69: 2607

Statewide Tenants 

69: 2608

Tenants Rights Month 

69: 2609

Legislation 

Box Folder

Bills Introduced, 1971 

69: 2610

Bills Introduced, 1972 

69: 2611

Bills, CT 

69: 2612

Bottle Bill, 1977 

69: 2613

Bottle Bill, 1979 

69: 2614

Bottle Bill, 1980 

69: 2615

Citizen Participation in CT Land Use 

69: 2616

Commission on Environmental Protection and Economic Development (DEPED), 1978 

69: 2617-2618

CCAG Legislative Package, 1979 

69: 2619

CT Environmental Policy Act (CEPA) 

69: 2620-2628

CT UAWCAP Legislation 

69: 2629

Consumer Legislation, 1979 

69: 2630

Correspondence, 1979 

69: 2631

Council on Environmental Quality 

69: 2632-2633

Department of Environmental Protection Bill, 1979 

69: 2634

Department of Environmental Protection, CT 

69: 2635-2636

Description and Evaluation of CT Bills, 1971 

69: 2637

Description and Evaluation of CT Bills, 1972 

69: 2638

Direct Approach to S.C. #113 

69: 2639

Economics of Pollution Abatement/Costs/Benefits 

70: 2640

Election Results and Legislative Addresses, 1978 

70: 2641

Environment Committee 

70: 2642-2645

Environment: Miscellaneous 

70: 2646

Environmental Policy Act, CT 

70: 2647

Environmental Protection Act, 1971 

70: 2648

Executive Order 16, 1972 

70: 2649

General, Federal 

70: 2650

Hearing Transcripts and Copies of Wetlands Bills 

70: 2651

Inland Wetlands 

70: 2652

Land Use Policy Act, Federal 

70: 2653

Legislative Information, 1977 

70: 2654

Manchester Environmental Coalition v. Stockton CEOA Case, 1977 

70: 2655

Pac, Stanley (with cassette tape of Pac/Caplan) 

70: 2656

Pesticides 

70: 2657

Schneidermeyer, Melvin 

70: 2658

Publications 

70: 2659

Solar Energy in Planning and Zoning 

70: 2660

Water 

70: 2661-2662

Noise 

Box Folder

General 

70: 2663-2666

Planning 

Box Folder

General 

70: 2667-2670

Water 

Box Folder

Attorney General's Actions 

70: 2671

Berlin, CT 

70: 2672-2678

Bethel, CT 

70: 2679

Coastal Wetlands 

70: 2680

CT Inland Wetland Project 

71: 2681

Connecticut River 

71: 2682

Department of Environmental Protection 

71: 2683

Dredging 

71: 2684

Drinking Water 

71: 2685-2687

Enforcement, Federal and State 

71: 2688

Environmental Protection Agency 

71: 2689-2690

Fact Sheets: StanChem 

71: 2691

Fish Kills 

71: 2692

Floods 

71: 2693-2694

Freedom of Information 

71: 2695-2696

General Information 

71: 2697-2698

Harbor 

71: 2699

Housatonic Valley Association 

71: 2700

Industrial Wastes 

71: 2701

Inland Wetlands 

71: 2702

Long Island Sound) 

71: 2703-2704

Monitoring Drinking Water 

71: 2705

National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) 

71: 2706

New England River Basins Commission (NERBC) 

71: 2707-2709

Oil Spills 

71: 2710-2712

Phosphates 

71: 2713-2714

Rivers, CT 

71: 2715

River Basin Studies 

71: 2716

Rykar Case 

71: 2717

Shelton Landfill 

71: 2718-2725

StanChem 

72: 2726-2735

Tidal Wetlands 

73: 2736-2739

Water Company Lands, 1977 

73: 2740

Water Publications 

73: 2741

Water Quality 

73: 2742-2745

Water Regulations 

73: 2746-2747

Water Safety 

73: 2748

Julie Mannarino Files 

Box Folder

Acid Rain, 1977 

74: 2749

Air Compliance Engineering, 1974 

74: 2750

Air Conservation Committee, 1975-1977 

74: 2751

Air Conservation Legislation, 1977 

74: 2752

Air Pollution Publication 

74: 2753

Alternate Transportation Plan 

74: 2754

“Bust the Highway Trust”, 1975-1977 

74: 2755

Chess Study, 1977 

74: 2756

Chieppo Bus Company, 1979 

74: 2757

Citizen Government Transportation Planning Center, 1975-1979 

74: 2758-2759

Citizens Task Force on Mass Transportation, 1975 

74: 2760

CCAG Legislation, 1978 

74: 2761

CT Continuing Committee on State Planning and Development 

74: 2762

CT Department of Environmental Protection: Airborne Sulfates 

74: 2763

CT Transit 1978-1979 

74: 2764

CT Transportation Control Plan 

74: 2765-2766

Department of Environmental Protection Reports, 1975-1977 

74: 2767

Department of Transportation: Federal Planning Regulations 

74: 2768

Department of Transportation: Press Releases 

74: 2769

Emission Test Reports: United Illuminating 

74: 2770-2775

Environmental Statement: I-91/I-291 

75: 2776
Box Folder

Maps 

75: 2777

Federal Highway Administration 

75: 2778

Highway Construction Costs 

75: 2779

Interstate 84, Eastern Connecticut 

Box Folder

I-84 

75: 2780-2784

Ads Against 

75: 2785

CCAG Information 

75: 2786

CT Construction Industries Assoc. 

75: 2787

Connector Road: I-85/I-86 

75: 2788

Correspondence with National Groups 

75: 2789

Council on Environmental Quality 

75: 2790

Effects on Jobs in Eastern Connecticut 

75: 2791

Environmental Issues Status 

75: 2792

General 

75: 2793-2794

Impact Study 

75: 2795

Legal Briefs 

75: 2796

Litigation 

75: 2797

News Releases 

75: 2798

Overview Assessment 

75: 2799

R.I. Environmental Impact Study 

75: 2800

Rubin, Judith 

75: 2801
Box Folder

Miscellaneous 

76: 2802-2806

Powers, Arthur: DOT Commissioner 

76: 2807

Proposed Transportation Control Plan 

76: 2808

Research Corporation Studies: Sulfur Dioxide Concentrations 

76: 2809

Secondary Standards 

76: 2810

Solar Energy 

76: 2811

Statewide Air Pollution Research Center 

76: 2812

Sulfates, 1975 

76: 2813

Sulfur Briefs, 1976 

76: 2814

Sulfur: Correspondence, 1976 

76: 2815

Sulfur Scrubbing Study, 1977 

76: 2816

Sulfur Transcripts 

76: 2817

Sulfur Variances and Hearings, 1976 

76: 2818

Traffic, 1976 

76: 2819

Transportation Control Plan 

77: 2820

Transportation Funding 

77: 2821

Urban Policy 

77: 2822

Utility DEP Studies, 1975 

77: 2823

Utility Testimony: High Sulfer Fuels 

77: 2824

 

General note

For further information on this subject, see: Series I: Director's Records, Marc Caplan Files, Miles Rappoport Files, Lenny Norwitz Files, and Scott Hempling Files; Series III: Administrative Files; Series IX: Bottle Bill; Series X: Mary Mushinky Files; Series XVI: Subject Files; and Series XVII: 1992 Addendum.

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Series XII: Energy Issues, undated, 1964-1982 

National 

Box Folder

Air Conditioning, Refrigeration 

78: 2825

Alternate Energy Sources 

78: 2826

Alternative Energy, 1978 

78: 2827-2828

Appropriate Technology Network Conference, 1977 

78: 2829

Arctic Gas Project, 1977 

78: 2830

Armory Lovins, 1978 

78: 2831

Automobile Economy Standards 

78: 2832

Automobile Fuel Economy Legislation 

78: 2833

Building Insulation 

78: 2834

California 

78: 2835

California Energy Bill, 1973 

78: 2836

California Office of Appropriate Technology, 1976 

78: 2837

Carter's Energy Policy, 1977 

78: 2838

Community Energy Planning, 1976-1977 

78: 2839

Community Energy Conservation 

78: 2840

Conservation, 1974-1977 

78: 2841-2843

Decontrol Data 

78: 2844

Department of the Treasury, 1973 

78: 2845-2846

Economic Growth and Electric Power, 1972-1973 

78: 2847

Electricity and the Environment, 1973 

78: 2848-2849

Emergency Fuel Aid Program, 1978 

78: 2850

Energy 

Box Folder

Ford Program 

78: 2851

Newsletters, Notes, Testimony, Correspondence, 1974-1975 

78: 2852

Other States/Countries 

78: 2853
Box Folder

Energy Bills, 1973 

79: 2854

Energy Conservation 

Box Folder

Aids 

79: 2855

Economic Growth 

79: 2856

Electricity 

79: 2857

Federal Government 

79: 2858

General Need 

79: 2859

General Solutions 

79: 2860

Industrial 

79: 2861

Jobs 

79: 2862

Other States 

79: 2863

Plans, Other States, 1976-1978 

79: 2864

Production 

79: 2865

Residential 

79: 2866

Transportation 

79: 2867

Utilities 

79: 2868-2869
Box Folder

Energy Crisis, 1972-1973 

79: 2870-2871

Energy Legislation, 1969-1973 

79: 2872-2874

Energy Policy Projects, 1972 

79: 2875

Energy Prices and Alternative Energy Policies 

79: 2876

Energy Production 

79: 2877-2878

Energy Research Legislation, 1972 

79: 2879

Energy Testimony, 1974-1975 

79: 2880

Environmental Impact, 1970 

79: 2881

Environmental Legislation 

79: 2882

Environmental Organization, 1977 

79: 2883

EPA Workshop 

79: 2884

Federal Energy Policy, 1975 

79: 2885

Federal Energy Regulations, 1978 

79: 2886

Federal Power Commission, 1972-1973 

79: 2887

Fossil/Synthetic Fuels 

79: 2888

Fuel Employment Coalition, 1977-78 

79: 2889-2890

Fusion Power 

79: 2891

Gas Pipeline, 1978 

79: 2892

Gasoline, 1979 

79: 2893

Geothermal Power 

79: 2894

Hazardous Waste 

79: 2895-2896

Hydroelectric Power 

79: 2897

Industry: General Information 

79: 2898

Industry Newsletters 

79: 2899

Load Control 

79: 2900

Massachusetts 

79: 2901

Metropolitan Area Housing Alliance Utilities Coalition, 1977 

79: 2902

Multi-State Home Heating Oil Programs 1979-1980 

79: 2903

Municipal Utilities, 1973 

79: 2904

National Center for Resource Recovery 

79: 2905

National Conference: Solid Waste 

79: 2906

National Economic Alternative Source Activists 

80: 2907

National Energy Conservation Policy Act: Weatherization Programs 

80: 2908

National Energy Policy, 1971-1972 

80: 2909

National Conference of State Legislatures, 1977 

80: 2910-2911

New England/  New York Utilities 

80: 2912

New England Power 1969-1972 

80: 2913

New England Power Exchange 1970-1973 

80: 2914

New York 

80: 2915

New York Power Pool 

80: 2916

Newsletters 

80: 2917

Nuclear Energy: Mobilization for Survival, 1978 

80: 2918

Nuclear Power 

Box Folder

General Information, 1975-1978 

80: 2919-2922

New England Coalition, 1974-1976 

80: 2923-2925

Plant Problems, 1975-1978 

80: 2926

Publications, 1978 

80: 2927

Radioactive Waste, 1978 

80: 2928
Box Folder

Occupational Safety: Labor Department Information, 1969-1971 

80: 2929

Occupational Safety and Health Act (  OSHA), 1970-1973 

80: 2930-2933

OSHA and Small Business 

80: 2934

OSHA; Toxic Substances, 1975-1977 

80: 2935-2936

Office of Emergency Preparedness, 1973 

80: 2937

Office of Energy Policy, 1973 

80: 2938

Office of Policy and Management 

80: 2939

Oil and Gas, 1973 

80: 2940-2941

Oil Recycling 

80: 2942

Oil Shortage 

80: 2943

Oregon Department of Energy Plans 

80: 2944

Other States 

80: 2945

Peak Load 

80: 2946

Power Demands, 1969 

81: 2947

Power Grid, 1973 

81: 2948

Power Siting, 1970-1973 

81: 2.949295E7

Press: Solid Waste 

81: 2951

Private Utilities, 1972 

81: 2952

Promotional Practices, 1972 

81: 2953

Promotional Rates, 1970-1972 

81: 2954

Public Power: New York and  Arizona, 1976-1977 

81: 2955

Regulatory Process: National 

81: 2956

Reports on Shortage, 1979 

81: 2957

Residential Utility Consumer Action Group (  RUCAG) 

81: 2958

Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), 1976 

81: 2959-2960

Resource Recovery Demonstrated 

81: 2961

Resource Recovery Grants 

81: 2962

Resource Recovery Summary 

81: 2963

Restriction on Natural Gas, 1976-1977 

81: 2964

Rhode Island 

81: 2965

Source Separation 

81: 2966

Telephone Companies: Legislation, 1977-1978 

81: 2967

Tidal/Ocean Power 

82: 2968

U.S. Department of Energy: Monthly Reviews Utilities 

82: 2969
Box Folder

Newsletters, Other States, 1978 

82: 2970

Rate Structure 

82: 2971

Vermont 

82: 2972

Waste Works 

82: 2973

Wasted Gas 

82: 2974

Wind Power 

82: 2975

Wood Power 

82: 2976

Connecticut 

Box Folder

Air Pollution, 1971-1972 

83: 2977

Building Codes, 1977-1978 

83: 2978-2979

Canaan Mountain 

83: 2980

Coalition Mailing List 

83: 2981

Colchester Case 

83: 2982

Community Labor Alliance, 1978 

83: 2983

CT Energy Advisory Board (CEAB) 

83: 2984

CCAG 

Box Folder

Coordinators Notes, 1978-1979 

83: 2985-2986

Energy Organizing Ideas, 1977-1978 

83: 2987-2989

Fund Raising Reports, 1979 

83: 2990

Information on Issues, 1977 

83: 2991

Information Requests, 1978 

83: 2992

Originals, Memoranda, 1978 

83: 2993

Organizational Material, 1978 

83: 2994-2995

Proposal to List Foundation, 1977 

83: 2996

Staff Meetings, 1978 

83: 2997

Testimony, Pre-1975 

83: 2998

Utilities campaign, 1978 

83: 2999
Box Folder

CT Citizens/Labor Energy Coalition (C/LEC) 

83: 3000-3002

CT Conflict Resolution 

83: 3003

CT Economic Alternative Sources Activists 

83: 3004

CT Energy Agency 

83: 3005

CT Energy Coalition 

83: 3006

CT Energy Conservation Group 

83: 3007

CT Fuel Purchasing 

83: 3008

CT Gas and Water Companies 

83: 3009

CT Home Energy Assistance Plan 

83: 3010

CT Landfill Areas 

83: 3011

Connecticut Light and Power Company, 1978 

83: 3012-3013

CT Miscellaneous 

83: 3014

CT State Energy Conservation 

84: 3015-3016

CT Utilities Energy Conservation Proposal 

84: 3017

CT DEP Hay Unit Information 

84: 3018

CT Residential Conservation Program 

84: 3019

East Hartford Energy Report 

84: 3020

Energy Policy 

84: 3021

Energy Conservation 

84: 3022

Energy Legislation, 1980 

84: 3023

Environmental Impact, 1970-1973 

84: 3024

Fair Rate Plan for Electricity, 1978 

84: 3025

FERC: CL&P/  HELCO 

84: 3026

Fitzpatrick/White Residential Assistance Program 

84: 3027

Fuel Cell Energy 

84: 3028

Fuel Oil 

84: 3029

Gasoline Tax 

84: 3030

Governor Grasso's Winter Energy Plan, 1979 

84: 3031

Grant Proposal 208 

84: 3032-3039

Grant Proposal 208 

85: 3040-3041

Grants 

85: 3042

HELCO (  CL&P), 1976-1979 

85: 3043

Hartford Process Report 

85: 3044

Home Heating Oil Price Increase 

85: 3045

Home Heating Oil Shortage, 1973 

85: 3046

Insulation 

Box Folder

Legislation, 1977 

85: 3047

Background for Booklet 

85: 3048
Box Folder

Intervention/Protest 

85: 3049

Issue Analysis, 1976-1977 

85: 3050

Land Use, 1974 

85: 3051

Legislation, 1976-1978 

85: 3052-3056

Legislative Fact Sheet, 1977 

85: 3057

Life Cycle Coasting Act, 1977-1978 

85: 3058

Liquid Waste Conversion (LIQWACON) 

85: 3059

Low Income Energy Legislation, 1979-1980 

85: 3060

Low Income Planning Agency, 1979 

85: 3061

Meter Reading Campaign, 1977-1978 

85: 3062-3064

Northeast Utilities 

Box Folder

General, 1977 

85: 3065-3067

Annual Reports, 1969-1970 

85: 3067

Correspondence, 1971-1972 

85: 3069

Data 

85: 3070

Media Campaign 

85: 3071

Rate Hike 

85: 3072

Research Prep Materials 

85: 3073

Stock Certificate 

85: 3074

Testimony to PREC and PUCA, 1978 

85: 3075
Box Folder

Norwich Sewer Problem, 1974-1978 

85: 3076

Occupational Safety, 1973 

86: 3077

OSHA, 1973 

86: 3078-3079

OSHA Evaluation Report, 1975 

86: 3080

Organizing 

86: 3081

Peak Load 

86: 3082-3083

P.I.F. Program, 1977-1978 

86: 3084-3085

Plainfield-Moosup Case 

86: 3086

Plainfield Toxic Wastes 

86: 3087

Power Facility Evaluation Council (PFEC), 1975 

86: 3088

Power Siting Task Force, 1971 

86: 3089

Public Act 79-362 

86: 3090

Public Utilities Commission (PUC) 

86: 3091-3092

Public Utility Control Authority (PUCA) 

86: 3093-3097

Rate Hike, 1972 

86: 3098

Rates, 1973 

86: 3099

Regulated Activities and Energy, 1977 

86: 3100-3101

Relevant News Items 

86: 3102

Review of Public Participation: Solid Waste 

86: 3103

Rocky Hill Case 

86: 3104

Rocky River Realty Company 1970 

86: 3105

Security Exchange Commission (  SEC) 

86: 3106

Seymour Case 

86: 3107

Sherman Case 

86: 3108

Solid Wastes Management Bill 

86: 3109

Solid Wastes Maps 

86: 3110

State Emergency Energy Program 

86: 3111

Swift and Sons, 1977 

86: 3112

Telephone Companies 

Box Folder

Guilford Phone Tolls, 1977-1978 

86: 3113

SNET Docket, 1978 

86: 3114
Box Folder

“Toll Free Now”, 1977-1978 

86: 3115-3116
Box

United Illuminating 

87
Box Folder

Rate Hike Protest, 1978 

87: 3117

Rate Hick Protest, Fairfield, 1978 

87: 3118

Rate Hike Protest, New Haven, 1978 

87: 3119

Testimony of J. Stutz 

87: 3120
Box Folder

Utility Shutoffs 

87: 3121

Utilities 

Box Folder

Advertising 

87: 3122-3123

Gas and Electric Rate Schedule 

87: 3124

Miscellaneous 

87: 3125

Shutoffs, 1978 

87: 3126
Box Folder

Waste as Fuel 

87: 3127

Waste Hunt Project 

Box Folder

Windmills in Greenwich, 1978 

87: 3128

Winterization, 1977 

87: 3129

Xenergy Report 

87: 3130

Insulation 

Box Folder

Cellulose/Asbestos, 1977 

88: 3131

Fiberglass, 1971-1977 

88: 3132-3134

Formaldehyde Foam, 1976 

88: 3135

Pipe Insulation, 1974-1977 

88: 3136

Press Releases, 1977-1978 

88: 3137

Public Meeting on Home Insulation, 1977 

88: 3138

Retailer Questionnaires, 1977 

88: 3139

Saving Money by Insulating, 1974-1977 

88: 3140

Urethane Foam, 1977-1978 

88: 3141

Solar 

Box Folder

Advertising 

89: 3142

Applications for Solar Energy, 1976-1977 

89: 3143-3145

Canvass Materials, 1978 

89: 3146

Conferences/Courses on Solar Technology, 1977-1979 

89: 3147-3157

CT Solar Coalition, 1978-1979 

89: 3158-3167

CT Solar Systems 

89: 3168

Contacts, 1977-1978 

89: 3169-3170

Correspondence, 1978 

89: 3171

Economic Analysis of Solar Energy, 1980 

89: 3172-3173

General Information 

89: 3174

Legislation, 1976-1979 

89: 3175-3176

Legislation, 1976-1979 

90: 3177-3185

Magazines, 1977-1979 

90: 3186-3187

Mailing Labels, 1978 

90: 3188

New Yorker Articles, 1979 

90: 3189

Newsletters, 1977-1979 

90: 3190-3194

Organizations (& Folders), 1978-1979 

90: 3195

Passive Solar Heating 

90: 3196

Photoboltaics, 1977-1979 

90: 3197

Solar Equipment 

90: 3198

Sun Day, 1978 

90: 3199-3201

Utilities, 1976-1978 

90: 3202-3203

Nuclear 

Box Folder

Accident: 3 Mile Island 

91: 3204

Active File, 1978 

91: 3205

Activists Nationwide 

91: 3206

Anti-Nuclear: State Legislation 

91: 3207

Atomic Energy Commission Policy 

91: 3208

Breeder Reactor 

91: 3209-3210

Business/Market 

91: 3211

CCAG: Nuclear Power 

91: 3212

Connecticut Nuclear Power Evaluation Council 

91: 3213

Connecticut Radiation Transport Permits 

91: 3214

Correspondence 

91: 3215

Decommissioning Issues 

91: 3216

Economics 

91: 3217-3219

Environmental Impact 

91: 3220

Evacuation Plans 

91: 3221

Fusion 

91: 3222

General Overview 

91: 3223

Information, General 

91: 3224

International 

91: 3225

International Development 

91: 3226

Legislation 

91: 3227-3230

Millstone 

91: 3231-3237

Native Americans and Nukes 

91: 3238

New England Activists 

91: 3239

New London Radiation Transport Ban 

91: 3240

Non-Nuclear Sources of Radiation 

91: 3241

Northeast 

91: 3242

Northeast Utilities 

92: 3243

Nuclear Plant Licensing 

92: 3244

Nuclear Power Evaluation Council (NPEC) 

92: 3245

Nuclear Regulatory Policy 

92: 3246

Offshore Building 

92: 3247

Peace/War Connection 

92: 3248

Politics 

92: 3249

Position Papers 

92: 3250

Price Anderson Act 

92: 3251-3252

Pro-Nuke Position 

92: 3253

Public Opinion 

92: 3254

Public Utilities Control Authority (PUCA) 

92: 3255-3256

Radiation 

92: 3257-3259

Reactor Safety 

92: 3260

Real Estate Values 

92: 3261

Regulations 

92: 3262

Reprocessing 

92: 3263

Safety 

92: 3264-3273

Silkwood, Karen 

92: 3274-3275

Sociological Impact 

92: 3276

Transportation: Radioactive Materials 

92: 3277

Uranium Fuel Cycle 

92: 3278

Uranium Mining 

92: 3279

Waste Management 

92: 3280-3281

World Trade 

92: 3282

Westinghouse Uranium Suit 

92: 3283

Oil 

Box Folder

Blue Hills energy Committee 

93: 3284

Brookside Contracts 

93: 3285

Conservation 

93: 3286

Energy 

Box Folder

Legislation, 1982 

93: 3287

Legislative Petitions, 1982 

93: 3288

Rally, 1982 November 17 

93: 3289

Rate Hikes, 1981-1982 

93: 3290-3291

Shut-off Information 

93: 3292
Box Folder

Fuel Oil Co-op Information 

93: 3293

Hartford Statistics 

93: 3294

Jay's Research 

93: 3295-3298

Motion to Dismiss Appeal 

93: 3299

Northeast Utilities Materials 

93: 3300

Oil Companies 

93: 3301-3302

Oil Companies: Press 

94: 3303

Oil Co-op 

Box Folder

Committee 

94: 3304

Membership Questionnaire 

94: 3305

Originals 

94: 3306
Box Folder

Oil/Gasoline Companies 

94: 3307

Oil Price Survey 

94: 3308

Oil Taxes 

Box Folder

Pleading 

94: 3309-3311

Legal Research 

94: 3312

General 

94: 3313-3315
Box Folder

Other Co-ops 

94: 3316

Pass-through Memoranda 

94: 3317

Political Action Committee 

94: 3318

Texaco 

94: 3319

Energy Publications 

General 

Box Folder

Alternate Sources of Energy, 1975-1979 

95: 3320

Alternate Sources of energy, 1977 

95: 3321

American Petroleum Institute, 1976 

95: 3322

Battelle Columbus Laboratories, 1977 

95: 3323

Center for Strategic and International Studies, 1973 

95: 3324

Center for Energy Policy, 1976 

95: 3325

CCAG, 1973 

95: 3326

CT Air Conservation Commission, 1975 

95: 3327

CT Energy Extension Service, 1978 

95: 3328

Consumer Services, 1979 

95: 3329

Cooperative Extension Service, 1977-1978 

95: 3330

D.M. Publications, 1977 

95: 3331

Deepwater Oil 

95: 3332-3334

Energy Conservation News, 1978 

95: 3335

Ford Foundation, 1974 

95: 3336

Hartford Conservancy, 1978 

95: 3337

Institute for Ecological Policies, 1979 

95: 3338

Living Alternatives, 1979 

95: 3339

Massachusetts Audubon, 1977 

95: 3340

New England Innovating, 1978-1980 

95: 3341

New Roots Periodicals, 1978-1979 

95: 3342

Northeast Utilities, 1978 

95: 3343

Old House Journal, 1978 

95: 3344

Popular Economics Press, 1976 

95: 3345

Street Talk, 1980 

95: 3346

United Auto Workers, 1978 

95: 3347

United Illuminating 

95: 3348

Walt Disney Education Media 

95: 3349

Nuclear 

Box Folder

American Nuclear Society, 1976 

96: 3350

CCAG Script: “What in The World”, 1970 

96: 3351

CT Yankee Emergency Plan, 1972 

96: 3352

Economics of Nuclear Power, 1975 

96: 3353

Evacuation Plans, the Achilles Heel of the Nuclear Industry, 1975 

96: 3354

Millstone Point Company Emergency Plan, 1972 

96: 3355

Millstone Point Company Emergency Plan Appendix, 1972 

96: 3356

Millstone Radiological Environmental Monitoring Program, 1975 

96: 3357

Nuclear Power Plant Safety, 1964-1975 

96: 3358

Nuclear Debate, 1974 

96: 3359

Nuclear Energy Pamphlets, 1974-1976 

96: 3360

Nuclear Energy Liability, 1976 

96: 3361

Nuclear Power Plant Safety, 1977-1979 

96: 3362

Power Plant Economics: Testimony, 1976 

96: 3363

Radiation and Health, 1966-1978 

96: 3364

Solar 

Box Folder

AIA/Research Corp. 

96: 3365

Center for Science in the Public, 1976 

96: 3366

Interest: Citizen Control 

96: 3367

Community Services Administration, 1979 

96: 3368

Electric Power Research Institute, 1977 

96: 3369

George Washington University, 1978 

96: 3370

Honeywell, 1977 

96: 3371

Northeast Solar Energy Center, 1977 

96: 3372

Solar Action Office, 1978 

96: 3373

Solar Energies Industries Association, 1979 

96: 3374

Western Solar Utilization Network, 1979 

96: 3375

Millstone Nuclear Power Station 

97: 3376

Millstone Nuclear Power Station 2 

97: 3377

Millstone Nuclear Power Station 3 

97: 3378

 

General note

For further information on energy issues, see: Series I: Director's Records, Marc Caplan Files, Miles Rappoport Files, and Lenny Norwitz Files; Series III: Administrative Files; Series XVI: Subject Files; and Series XVII: 1992 Addendum.

Return to Table of Contents »


Series XIII: Utility Rate Cases, undated, 1970-1990s 

 1974-1979 

Box Folder

AT&T Consumer Communications Bill 

98: 3379

Application: Southern CT Gas Company 

98: 3380

Assessment of Load Forecasts and Resource Plan 

98: 3381

Bethlehem Steel Corporation 

98: 3382

Billing and Service 

98: 3383

Billing Cards 

98: 3384

Bills and Pamphlets, 1978 

98: 3385

Bloomfield 

98: 3386

Book of Services 

98: 3387

California Publications 

98: 3388

Canvass Information 

98: 3389

Citizens Action Group News Releases 

98: 3390

Citizens Action Group:  Washington, D.C. 

98: 3391

City of New Haven, Intervenor 

98: 3392

Clippings: CCAG 

98: 3393

Clippings: Utility 

98: 3394

Cole, Susan: Thesis 

98: 3395

Colorado Environmental Information 

98: 3396

Colorado Rates 

98: 3397

Conference Originals 

98: 3398

Connecticut Citizen-Labor Energy Coalition (  CLEC) 

98: 3399

Connecticut Energy and Environmental Conferences 

98: 3400

Connecticut Information 

98: 3401

Connecticut Light & Power Company 

98: 3402-3407

Connecticut Natural Gas 

99: 3408-3412

Connecticut Publications 

99: 3413

Connecticut Public Utilities Control Authority (PUCA), 1975-1979 

99: 3414-3423

Consumer Complaints 

100: 3424

Consumer Council 

100: 3425

Consumer Information 

100: 3426

Consumer Participation 

100: 3427

Cos Cob Plant 

100: 3428

Court of Common Please, 1977 

100: 3436

D.C. Rates 

100: 3437

East Hartford CAG 

100: 3438

Electric Utility Policy Issues 

100: 3439

Electric Utility Rate Design 

100: 3440

Energy Assistance 

100: 3441

Energy Conservation 

100: 3442-3444

Energy Conservation Project 

100: 3445

Energy Consumer Workshop 

101: 3446

Energy Growth and the Environment 

101: 3447

Energy: Miscellaneous 

101: 3448

Energy Training Conference 

101: 3449-3450

Environment/Energy 

101: 3451

Estimated Billing 

101: 3452-3455

Federal Energy Administration (  FEA) Rate Designs 

101: 3456

Fuel Adjustment 

101: 3457-3459

Fuel Adjustment Clause (FAC) 

101: 3460-3466

Gas 

101: 3467

General Conservation Project 

101: 3468

General Electric, 1976 

101: 3469-3470

General Gas 

101: 3471

Georgia Rates 

101: 3472

Greater Hartford Utility Coalition (  GHUC) 

101: 3473-3474

Hartford Electric Light Company (  HELCO), 1977-1978 

102: 3475

Haymarket 

102: 3476

Invitations 

102: 3477

Legal Notices, 1978-1979 

102: 3478

Legislation 

102: 3479

Legislature, 1979 

102: 3480

Louise's Notes/Research 

102: 3481

Low Income Planning Agency (  LIPA) 

102: 3482

Mailing Labels 

102: 3483

Master Metering 

102: 3484

Meter Accuracy 

102: 3485

Michigan 

Box Folder

General 

102: 3486

Public Service Commission 

102: 3487

Rates, 1974 

102: 3488

Rate Cases, 1974-1978 

102: 3489-3493
Box Folder

Millstone Nuclear Power Station 

102: 3494

Millstone Nuclear Power Station Emergency Plan, 1979 

102: 3495

Motions to Dismiss: Northeast Utilities, 1977 

102: 3496

National Council for the Public Assessment of Technology (  NCPAT), 1976 

102: 3497

Natural Gas 

102: 3498

New Britain CAG 

102: 3499

New Jersey Utility Rate Information, 1978 

102: 3500

New York Residential Insulation Survey 

102: 3501

North End Utilities Action Group 

102: 3502-3503

Northeast Utilities (  NU) 

Box Folder

General, 1974 

102: 3504

General, 1976-1979 

103: 3505-3509

Annual Reports 

103: 3510

Applications, 1974-1975 

103: 3511

Clippings, 1976-1977 

103: 3512-3513

Internal Documents 

103: 3514

Land and Resource 

103: 3515

Media, 1976 

103: 3516-3517

Rate Cases, 1970-1975 

103: 3518-3525

Rate Increase 

104: 3526

Stockholders Meeting 

104: 3527
Box Folder

Oregon Rates, 1974 

104: 3528

Originals: Fact Sheets, Flyers 

104: 3529

Other States 

104: 3530-3531

Pamphlets 

104: 3532-3533

Phantom Taxes 

104: 3534

Pierce Power Plane 

104: 3535

Pipeline Refunds 

104: 3536

Power Facility Evaluation Council (  PFEC), 1978 

104: 3537-3538

Pre-1977 Shutoffs 

104: 3539

Press Utility Organizing, 1976-1977 

104: 3540

Public Utility Control Authority 

104: 3541

Public Utilities Commission (PUC) 

104: 3542-3543

Public Utilities Control Authority (  PUCA), 1977-1979 

104: 3544-3551

Public Utilities Control Authority (  PUCA), 1977-1979 

105: 3552

Publications on Energy, 1975-1976 

105: 3553-3554

Publications on Utility Rates 

105: 3555

Rate of Return 

105: 3556

Rate Structure 

105: 3557-3560

Releases 

105: 3561-3563

Shutoffs, 1977-1979 

105: 3564-3566

Sign-in Sheets: Legislation, 1978 

105: 3567

Southern CT Gas, 1977-1978 

105: 3568-3571

SNET 

105: 3572

Stamford/Norwalk, 1978 

105: 3573

Statewide and Regional Organizations 

105: 3574

Statewide CCAG Utilities Coalition 

105: 3575

Statewide Oil/Gas 

105: 3576

Supreme Court, 1976 

105: 3577-3579

Survey of Residential Utility Costs 

106: 3580

Taxes 

106: 3581

Telephone Service 

106: 3582

Ten-Year Forecast: Northeast Utilities, 1975 

106: 3583

Time of Day Rates 

106: 3584

United Auto Workers (  UAW): Utilities 

106: 3585

United Illuminating (  UI) 

106: 3586-3602

Utilities 

106: 3603

Utilities and Conservation Program 

106: 3604

Utilities and Hydroelectric, 1976-1977 

106: 3605

Utility Action Conference 

106: 3606

Utility Advocates Newsletter 

106: 3607

Utility Conference 

106: 3608

Utility Contracts, 1973 

106: 3609

Utility Energy Strategy Material 

107: 3610

Utility Fact Sheets/Flyers/Memos 

107: 3611

Utility Hearing: Northeast CT 

107: 3612

Utility Materials 

107: 3613-3614

Utility Publications 

107: 3615

Utility Rate Structure 

107: 3616

Vecinos Unidos 

107: 3617

Volunteers: Environment 

107: 3618

West Hartford 

107: 3619

Western Massachusetts Electric Company (  WEMCO), 1976 

107: 3620

Wethersfield 

107: 3621

Wisconsin, 1977 

107: 3622-3623

1980-1983 

Box Folder

Abuse of Power: New Jersey PIRG Report, 1974 

108: 3624

A Rate Payer's Guide to PURPA, 1979 

108: 3625

CCAG Application for Intervenor Status re: CL&P 

108: 3626-3627

Connecticut Light and Power (  CL&P) 

Box Folder

Cross Examination 

108: 3628

Rate Increase Decision, 1982 

108: 3629

Staff Issue Papers, 1982 

108: 3630
Box Folder

Electric Utility Rates Reform 

108: 3631

Energy and the Environment 

108: 3632

Legislative Bills, 1978 

108: 3633

Millstone III, 1982 

108: 3634

Millstone III: Future Costs 

108: 3635-3636

Movement for Economic Justice: Organizer Notebooks 

108: 3637-3638

Northeast Utilities 

Box Folder

General, 1980s and 1990s 

108: 3639

General, 1983 

108: 3640

Abnormal Costs, 1981 

108: 3641

Conservation and Rate Structure, 1981 

108: 3642

Interest on December Accounts, 1982 

108: 3643

Issue Papers, 1983 

108: 3644

New Nuclear Units, 1981 

108: 3645

Official Paper, 1983 

108: 3646

Profits, 1981 

109: 3647

Relevant Interrogatories, 1983 

109: 3648-3649

Shutoffs, 1982 

109: 3650-3652

Public Service Company of New Hampshire Collapse 

109: 3653

Seabrook 

109: 3654-3655
Box Folder

Cost Estimate 

109: 3656-3657

Post-Decision 

109: 3658

Transcript Notes, 1983 

109: 3659

United Illuminating 

Box Folder

General, 1972-1982 

109: 3660

Miscellaneous, 1983 

109: 3661-3662

Net Present Value Runs, 1983 

109: 3663-3664

New Rates 

109: 3665

Rate Hike Follow-up, 1983 

109: 3666

Relevant Interrogatories, 1983 

109: 3667-3668

 

General note

For further information on utility rate cases, see: Series I: Director's Records, Marc Caplan Files and Miles Rappoport Files;Series X: Mary Mushinky Files; Series XI: Environmental Issues, Julie Mannarino Files; Series XII: Energy Issues, National, Connecticut, Solar, and Publications; Series XIV: Consumer Issues; and Series XVI: Subject Files, Energy and Government.

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Series XIV: Consumer Issues, undated, 1971-1979 

Box Folder

Accountability Session 

110: 3669

Advertising 

110: 3670

Advisory Committee: Title XIX 

110: 3671

Ambulatory Care Task Force 

110: 3672

Appropriations Committee Testimony, 1973 February 2 

110: 3673

Automobile 

110: 3674

Auto Body Regulations 

110: 3675

Banks 

110: 3676

Better Business Bureau 

110: 3677

Bottle Bill 

110: 3678

Business 

110: 3679

Caplan Book 

110: 3680

Caplan Deposition, 1977 June 9 

110: 3681

Citizens Lobby 

110: 3682

Coastal Area Management 

110: 3683

Community Development, Hartford 

110: 3684

Community Liaison Proposal 

110: 3685

Community Organizations 

110: 3686

Condominiums 

110: 3687

Congress 

110: 3688

Connecticut Citizen Research Group (CCRG) ( 

110: 3689-3690

Conservation 

110: 3691

Consumer Center Instruction 

110: 3692

Consumer Education 

110: 3693

Consumer Federation of America 

110: 3694

Consumer Action Committee 

110: 3695

Consumer, Miscellaneous 

110: 3696

Consumer Product Safety 

110: 3697

Consumer Protection Agency 

110: 3698-3700

Cooperatives 

110: 3701

Credit 

110: 3702

Credit Bureaus: Hartford 

110: 3703

Credit Cards 

110: 3704

Credit Practices 

110: 3705

Credit Practices Act 

110: 3706

Daycare 

110: 3707

Department of Commerce 

110: 3708

Department of Consumer Protection (DCP) 

Box Folder

Ethington Report 

110: 3709

Legislative Program 

110: 3710

Pilot Draft 

110: 3711

Report, 1971 

110: 3712

Testimony 

110: 3713
Box Folder

Department of Environmental Protection 

110: 3714

Department of Planning 

110: 3715

Department of Public Works 

110: 3716

Drugs 

110: 3717-3718

Drugs 

111: 3719-3725

Dunne, Barbara 

111: 3726

Endangered Species 

111: 3727

Energy 

111: 3728

Environment 

Box Folder

General 

111: 3729

Careers 

111: 3730

Community 

111: 3731

People and Groups 

111: 3732

Protection 

111: 3733

Environmental Protection Agency 

111: 3734-3739

Subcommittee of Agriculture and Wetlands 

111: 3740
Box Folder

Fair Rent Commission 

111: 3741

Fair Trade Act 

111: 3742

Farmlands 

111: 3743

Food 

111: 3744

Food Stamps 

111: 3745

Franchising Session, 1972 

111: 3746

Fraud 

111: 3747

Funerals and Funeral Homes 

111: 3748

General Correspondence 

111: 3749

General Law Committee 

111: 3750

Generic Drugs 

111: 3751

Goods Repair Estimates, 1977 

111: 3752

Handicapped 

111: 3753

Health 

Box Folder

General 

111: 3754

Health Committee 

111: 3755

Costs 

111: 3756

Hospital Cost Commission 

111: 3757

Insurance 

111: 3758-3760

Issues 

111: 3761-3762

Professional Standards Review Council 

112: 3763

Health System Agencies 

112: 3764
Box Folder

High Schools Contacted 

112: 3765

Home Solicitation 

112: 3766

Housing 

112: 3767

Hudson Bay Company 

112: 3768

Information Line 

112: 3769

Inland Wetlands 

112: 3770

Insurance 

112: 3771-3773

Investment Income 

112: 3774

Landlord/Tenant 

112: 3775

League of Women Voters 

112: 3776

Legislation, 1972-1978 

112: 3777-3782

Legislative 

112: 3783-3784

Licensing 

112: 3785

Literature: Miscellaneous 

112: 3786

Lobbying 

112: 3787

Long Island Sound 

112: 3788-3789

Low Income Issues 

112: 3790

Malls 

112: 3791

Marine Environment 

112: 3792

Massachusetts Fair Share 

112: 3793

Maximum Finance Charge 

112: 3794

Meat and Poultry 

112: 3795

Media Air Pollution Proposal 

112: 3796

Meeker, John 

112: 3797

Meetings 

112: 3798

Miscellaneous Issues 

112: 3799

Mitchell College 

112: 3800

Mobile Homes 

112: 3801

Money Store, The 

112: 3802

Money Taken In 

112: 3803

Mortgages 

112: 3804

Moving 

112: 3805

Mystic 

112: 3806

Nader, Ralph 

112: 3807

National Center for Appropriate Technology 

112: 3808

National PIRG Clearinghouse Material 

112: 3809

Neighborhood Preservation Committee Proposal 

113: 3810

Neighborhood Legal Services 

113: 3811

Norwalk Economic Opportunity Now, Inc. (NEON) Training Agreement 

113: 3812

Noise 

113: 3813

North River Navigator 

113: 3814

Nuclear Power 

113: 3815

Nutrition Proposal 

113: 3816

Office Policy 

113: 3817

Ombudsman 

113: 3818

Organizing Organizations 

113: 3819-3823

Other Groups 

113: 3824

Outer Continental Shelf 

113: 3825

Overhead Transmission Lines 

113: 3826

PAC New Haven 

113: 3827

Party Lever 

113: 3828

Patronage 

113: 3829

Pelligrino Study: Norwalk Harbor 

113: 3830

Pensions 

113: 3831-3833

Personnel 

113: 3834-3835

Pesticide Proposal 

113: 3836

Pharmaceutical Association of Connecticut 

113: 3837

Plain Language Bell 

113: 3838

Plainfield Dog Track 

113: 3839

Planning Process, 1979 

113: 3840

Plymouth Wetlands Problem 

113: 3841

Pollution Laws 

113: 3842

Postal Service 

113: 3843

Power Siting Legislation Report 

113: 3844

Pre-paid Legal Insurance 

113: 3845

Presidential Campaign, 1976 

113: 3846

Presidential Primary 

113: 3847

Press 

114: 3848-3850

Probate Court 

114: 3851

Procedures 

114: 3852

Professional Associations 

114: 3853

Projects 

114: 3854

Property Tax 

114: 3855

Proposed Legislation, 1974-1975 

114: 3856-3857

Public Act 490 

114: 3858

Public Citizen 

114: 3859

Public Health and Safety 

114: 3860

Public Interest Lobby 

114: 3861

Public Interest Research Groups (PIRG's) 

114: 3862-3864

Public Members 1602 

114: 3865-3866

Public Participation in Federal Proceedings 

114: 3867

Public Service Announcements (PSA's) 

114: 3868

Publication Lists and Letters 

114: 3869

Pyramid Sales 

114: 3870

Railroads 

114: 3871

Real Estate Mortgages 

114: 3872

Reardon, Ken 

114: 3873

Recycling 

114: 3874

Redlining 

114: 3875

Regulatory Reform 

114: 3876

Rentex Information 

114: 3877

Representations of Guarantees, 1973 

114: 3878

Research Department 

114: 3879

Resource Development 

114: 3880

Revenue Sharing 

114: 3881

Ribicoff, Abraham 

114: 3882

Rogol, Marty 

114: 3883

Rome, Lewis 

114: 3884

Saccharin 

114: 3885

Sarasin, Ronald 

115: 3886

Satellite Communications 

115: 3887

School Buses 

115: 3888

School Financing 

115: 3889

School of Law 

115: 3890

Secretary of State 

115: 3891

Self Service Gas Stations 

115: 3892

Senior Citizens 

115: 3893

Sewage Treatment Priorities 

115: 3894

Schuchman, Helvah 

115: 3895

Small Claims Court 

115: 3896-3901

Smoke Detectors 

115: 3902

Smoking Laws 

115: 3903

Social Services 

115: 3904

Solar Energy 

115: 3905-3906

Solid Waste Disposal 

115: 3907

SNET: Rate Increase 

115: 3908

Southeastern Connecticut 

115: 3909

Space Heaters 

115: 3910

Spay Clinics 

115: 3911

Stamford Chapter 

115: 3912

State 

Box Folder

Budget 

115: 3913

Government 

115: 3914

Leasing 

115: 3915
Box Folder

Statutory Research 

115: 3916

Stevens, J.P. 

115: 3917

Sun Day 

115: 3918

Support Center 

115: 3919

Surgical Centers 

115: 3920-3921

Swine Flue Program 

115: 3922

Syz, Steve 

115: 3923

Tax, National Commission 

115: 3924

Tax Proposal 

115: 3925-3926

Tax Proposal 

116: 3927

Tax Reform 

116: 3928

Taxes 

116: 3929

Taxpayer's Coalition 

116: 3930

Telephone Fundraising 

116: 3931

Telephone Toll Calls 

116: 3932

Toll Free Call Regions 

116: 3933

Television 

116: 3934

Testimony, 1973 

116: 3935-3936

Ticket Sales 

116: 3937

Title 20 

116: 3938

Toy Safety 

116: 3939

Transcript Coding 

116: 3940

Transportation 

116: 3941

Transportation Control Plan Letter 

116: 3942

Transportation Proposal 

116: 3943

Traveler's Insurance 

116: 3944

Truth in Lending 

116: 3945

Upper Albany Community Organization (UACO) 

116: 3946

United Auto Workers (  UAW) 

116: 3947-3949

Unfair Trade Practices 

116: 3950

Uniform Consumer Credit Code 

116: 3951

University Product Code 

116: 3952

Utilities 

Box Folder

General 

116: 3953

Utilities Coalition 

116: 3954-3955

Settlements 

116: 3956

Shut-offs 

116: 3957
Box Folder

Volunteer 

116: 3958

Voting Rights 

116: 3959

WFSB - Channel 3 

116: 3960

WNBC - TV 4 

116: 3961

WPOP 

116: 3962

Warranties 

116: 3963

Washington Correspondence 

117: 3964

Waterbury Citizen Action Group 

117: 3965

Water Company Lands 

117: 3966

Water Pollution 

117: 3967

Welfare 

117: 3968

Wellington Industries, Inc. 

117: 3969

West Haven 

117: 3970

West Hartford 

117: 3971

Wetlands 

117: 3972

Work Study 

117: 3973

Women's Rights 

117: 3974

Xerox 

117: 3975

Yearbooks 

117: 3976

Yoakum, Robert and Alice 

117: 3977

Consumer Complaints 

Box Folder

Consumer Complaints Center 

118: 3978

Phone-ins 

118: 3979

Complaints 

Box Folder

118: 3980

118: 3981

118: 3982-3983

118: 3984-3985

118: 3986

118: 3987

118: 3988

118: 3989

118: 3990

118: 3991

118: 3992

118: 3993

118: 3994-3995

118: 3996

118: 3997

118: 3998

118: 3999-4000

119: 4001

119: 4002

119: 4003

119: 4004

119: 4005

General note

For further information on consumer issues, see: Series I: Director's Records, Marc Caplan Files and Miles Rappoport Files; and Series XVI: Subject Files.

119: 4006

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Series XV: Lobbying Efforts, undated, 1982-1984 

Box Folder

Ad Hoc Neighborhood Development Plan 

120: 4007

Anti-racism Coalition of Connecticut (ARCC) 

120: 4008

 1983 August 27 

120: 4009

Benvenuto Meeting 

120: 4010

Blue Hills 

120: 4011

Blue Hills Citizen Action Group (CHCAG) ( 

120: 4012-4018

Bonding: Street Repair 

120: 4019

Bristol: Organizing Issues 

120: 4020

Bulletin, 1977 

120: 4021-4023

Bulletin, 1978 

120: 4024-4026

Citizen Action 

120: 4027

Citizen Lobby 

120: 4028-4032

City Council, 1983 

120: 4033

City Manager's Office, 1983 

120: 4034

CCAG Report 

120: 4035

Connecticut Labor Energy Coalition 

120: 4036

Consumer Petition 

120: 4037

Crime/Police 

120: 4038

Demographics 

120: 4039

Department of Public Works 

120: 4040

Deregulation 

120: 4041

Dogs 

120: 4042

Doorknocking Notes, 1983 

120: 4043

East Hartford, South Windsor, Manchester Regions 

120: 4044

Education 

Box Folder

General, 1982 

120: 4045

Literature, 1983-1984 

120: 4046

Out Correspondence, 1983-1984 

120: 4047
Box Folder

Enterprise zones 

120: 4048

Electoral: BHCAG, PAC 

120: 4048

Federal Transit Money 

120: 4050

Fair Budget Action Committee Conference, 1983 

120: 4051

Freeze 

120: 4052

Gas Deregulation 

121: 4053-4055

Governor's Forum, 1982 April 3 

121: 4056

Grappo Meeting 

121: 4057

Graphics 

121: 4058

Grants 

121: 4059

Greater Hartford Black Democratic Club 

121: 4060

Greater Hartford Community Labor Alliance 

121: 4061

Handbook Paste-up 

121: 4062

Handbook Update 

121: 4063

Hart 

121: 4064

Housing 

121: 4065

How To Lobby 

121: 4066

In-mail From City Council Representatives 

121: 4067

Interns 

121: 4068

League of Women Voters (LWV) 

121: 4069

Lease 

121: 4070

Legislation, 1982 

121: 4071

Legislation Fact Sheets, 1983 

121: 4072

Legislative Alerts 

121: 4073

Legislative Newsletter 

121: 4074

Lobby Coordinators Information 

121: 4075

Lobbying for Fun and Non-Profit 

121: 4076

Lobby Revision 

121: 4077

Minutes 

121: 4078

Miscellaneous 

121: 4079

Newington 

121: 4080

Newsletter: Other States 

121: 4081

People Lobby: California 

121: 4082

Phone Maps 

121: 4083

Phone Wheels Cover Letter 

121: 4084

Picnic, 1982 

121: 4085-4086

Plant Closings 

121: 4087-4089

Pledges 

121: 4090

Press 

121: 4091

Priorities of Concerned Citizens 

121: 4092

Public Works 

121: 4093

Raffle, 1982 

122: 4094

Reagan Budget Cuts 

122: 4095

Rebuild Memos 

122: 4096

Reorganizing Citizen's Lobby 

122: 4097

Riverfront Project 

122: 4098

Rocky Hill Information 

122: 4099

Senior Centers 

122: 4100

Signed Pledges 

122: 4101

Special Lobby Mailing 

122: 4102

Staff Memos 

122: 4103

Stamford 

122: 4104

Steering Committee 

122: 4105

Street Repair, 1984 

122: 4106

Street Signs 

122: 4107

Summer Youth Employment Programs (SYEP) 

122: 4108

Taxes, 1983 

122: 4109-4111

Tax Flyers 

123: 4112

Tax Lists, 1983 

123: 4113-4114

Tax Questionnaire, 1983 

123: 4115

Tenants: Upper Albany 

123: 4116

Tenant's Rights 

123: 4117

Truck Ordinance 

123: 4118

Varis, Rep. Richard, Meeting 

123: 4119

Voter Registration 

123: 4120-4121

“Welcome to Citizen Lobby” 

123: 4122

West End Civic Association 

123: 4123

West Hartford 

123: 4124

West Haven 

123: 4125

Wethersfield 

123: 4126

Whitney, John Hay Foundation Grant 

Scope and Contents note

For further information on lobbying efforts, see: Series III: Administrative Files.

123: 4127

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Series XVI: Subject Files, undated, 1969-1983 

Consumer 

Box Folder

Auto 

124: 4128

Consumer Affairs Advisory Committee Meeting 

124: 4129

Corporate Responsibility, Conference on 

124: 4130

General Information 

124: 4131

Information: Unions, Agencies, Groups 

124: 4132

Plain Language Petition 

124: 4133

Economics 

Box Folder

Comprehensive Employment & Training Act 

124: 4134

Labor 

124: 4135

Low Income Planning Agency 

124: 4136

Minimum Wage 

124: 4137

Tax Differential, 1982 

124: 4138

Taxes, 1980-1981 

124: 4139

Election Reform 

Box Folder

Federal and State Reform, 1973-1974 

124: 4140-4143

State Reform: Brochures, 1972-1974 

124: 4144-4146

Yale Study, 1973 

124: 4147

Energy 

Box Folder

Audits 

124: 4148

Bernow, Stephen: Testimony, NRC 

124: 4149

Electric Supply Interruptions 

124: 4150

National Electric Reliability Study 

124: 4151-4153

N.U. Campaign 

124: 4154

Oil Coalition 

124: 4155

Power Source Reliability and Vulnerability 

124: 4156

Power System Failures 

125: 4157

Power System Reliability Study 

125: 4158-4159

Power System Vulnerability 

125: 4160

Proposal 

125: 4161

Reliability: Appropriate Levels of Generation 

125: 4162

Transmission and Distribution Alternatives Analysis 

125: 4163

Environment 

Box Folder

Center For Renewable Resources 

125: 4164

Citizens For a Better Environment 

125: 4165

Environment/Energy Campaign, 1978 

125: 4166

Environmental Intern Program 

125: 4167

General Information 

125: 4168

Open Space in the Coginchaug and Mattabasset River Valleys 

125: 4169

Plan of Action for CT's Environmental Responsibility 

125: 4170

Pollution: Landfill, Solid Waste 

125: 4171-4172

Sowing The Wind: Pesticides, Meat, and the Public Interest 

125: 4173

Wellford, Harrison 

The Last Stand: The Nader Study Group on the U.S. 

125: 4174

Forest Service 

Government 

Box Folder

Affirmative Action, 1980-1982 

126: 4175

Campaign Issues 

Box Folder

Crime 

126: 4176

Utility Shutoffs 

126: 4177
Box Folder

City Council 

126: 4178

Connecticut Budget Issues, 1974 

126: 4179

Connecticut Tax Reform, 1972, 1978 

126: 4180

Crime Campaign Committee, 1981 

126: 4181

Freedom of Information Act 

126: 4182

Government Response to Import Competition: Caplan, Marc 

126: 4183

Hartford City Council, 1982 

126: 4184

Lobby Law 

126: 4185-4186

Sunset Law 

126: 4187

Sunshine Law 

126: 4188

Health 

Box Folder

Board of Finance 

126: 4189

CT Citizen Research Group Health Project Budget 

126: 4190

CT Occupational Health Administration 

126: 4191

CT Regional Medical Program 

126: 4192-4194

Health Systems Agency 

126: 4195-4196

National Union of Hospitals and Health Care Employees 

126: 4197

Optometrists 

126: 4198

Prescription Drug Price Survey 

126: 4199

Reading Materials 

126: 4200-4201

Housing 

Box Folder

Capitol Towers Issue, 1973 

127: 4202

Discrimination, 1971-1977 

127: 4203-4206

Federal Housing, 1971-1973 

127: 4206

Housing Campaign, 1982 

127: 4207

Housing Development, 1971 

127: 4208

Housing Court, 1975-1976 

127: 4209-4210

Landlord and Tenant Act, 1972-1975 

127: 4211-4213

Legislation, 1971-1974 

127: 4214

Loans and Grants, 1978-1979 

127: 4215

Tenant Action, 1972-1973 

127: 4216

Suburban Low-Income Housing, 1973 

127: 4217

Urban Health and Environment 

127: 4218

Insurance 

Auto 

Box Folder

Rates/Energy Crisis 

127: 4219

No-Fault 

127: 4220

Shopper's Guides 

127: 4221

Life 

Box Folder

General 

127: 4222

Truth-In-Life 

127: 4223
Box Folder

Ads 

127: 4224

Advertising 

127: 4225

Aetna 

127: 4226

Agents 

127: 4227

Bibliography/Periodicals 

127: 4228

Blue Cross: Coordination of Benefits 

127: 4229

Complaints 

127: 4230-4232

CT Citizen Research Group 

127: 4233

CT Department of Insurance: Complaint Handling 

127: 4234

Consumer Participation 

127: 4235

Correspondence 

127: 4236

Correspondence with State Departments 

127: 4237

Coverage, Adequacy of 

128: 4238

Credit Insurance 

128: 4239

Hearing Testimony 

128: 4240

Insurance Project 

128: 4241

Pennsylvania 

128: 4242

Policies 

128: 4243

Redlining 

128: 4244-4245

Regulations 

128: 4246

Savings Bank Life Insurance 

128: 4247-4248

Uniform Insurance Codes 

128: 4249

Legal 

Box Folder

Allegheny Suit 

128: 4250-4251

CCAG vs.  CL&P, 1974 

128: 4252

CL&P/  HELCO Retail Rate Proceedings Settlement, 1974, 1976 

128: 4253

CosCob 

128: 4254

Environmental Protection Act, 1971 

128: 4255

Moffett vs. Killian 

128: 4256

New London Dredging Suit 

128: 4257

P.A. 490 Laws 

128: 4258

Rt. 25 Indirect Sources Litigation 

128: 4259

Soybel's Brief 

128: 4260

Media 

Box Folder

News Releases 

128: 4261

PUC Rules for Broadcasters, 1972 

128: 4262

Shield Law, 1972-1973 

128: 4263

Referendum/Initiative 

Box Folder

Initiative Committee 

128: 4264-4265

Outside Input 

128: 4266

People's Lobby 

128: 4267

Proposed Amendment 

128: 4268

Transportation 

Box Folder

CT: Senate Transportation Committee Hearing 

129: 4269

Environmental Factor 

129: 4270

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Project, 1978 

129: 4271

People Against Highway Expansion 

129: 4272

Planning and Citizen Participation 

129: 4273-4275

Selected Issues Overview 

129: 4276

Shopping Malls 

129: 4277

University Resources for Land Use/Transportation 

129: 4278

Urban Affairs 

Box Folder

Council for Urban Economic Development, 1978-1979 

129: 4279

Community Development in CT, 1978 

129: 4280

Community Development Act and Community Block Grants, 1975 

129: 4281

Coventry Sewers, 1973 

130: 4282

Greater Hartford Process, 1971-1972 

130: 4283-4285

Hartford Process 

130: 4286

Municipal Development projects, 1974-1978 

130: 4287

Neighborhood Preservation Coalition, 1978-1980 

130: 4288

Report and Recommendations of the 1701 Planning Committee 

130: 4289

State and Urban Development Committee, 1975 

130: 4290

Urbanization and Juvenile Assistance, 1969-1972 

130: 4291

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Series XVII: 1992 Addendum, undated, 1970-1990 

Subject Files 

Box Folder

Achievements, 1975-1979 

131: 4292-4296

American Cyanimid 

131: 4297

Ash Landfill Siting 

131: 4298

Blue Hills CAG, 1984 

131: 4299

CFC/Auto Emissions 

131: 4300

CCAG: Successes, 1971-1987 

131: 4301

CT Citizen Research Group, 1988 

131: 4302

Court Case: CCAG vs. Division of Public Utility Control 

131: 4303

CWIP/Seabrook Bill 

131: 4304

Danbury CAG 

131: 4305

Democracy Campaign, 1987 

131: 4306

Department of Public Utility Control, 1983 

131: 4307

East Downtown Action Group 

131: 4308

Eastern Connecticut CAG 

131: 4309

Economic Development, 1979 

131: 4310

Electric Boat 

131: 4311-4312

Energy 

Box Folder

General, 1985 

131: 4313

Campaign, 1985 

131: 4314

Conservation and Utility Rates 

131: 4315

Energy Campaign: Press 

131: 4316

Energy Reference 

131: 4317

Heating Oil 

131: 4318

Heating Oil: Taxes 

131: 4319

Legislation, 1985 

131: 4320

Meter Reading 

131: 4321

Municipal Rate, 1988 

131: 4322

Northeast Utilities, 1985 

131: 4323

Excess Capacity, 1985 

131: 4324

Fact Sheets 

131: 4325

Flat Rates 

131: 4326
Box Folder

Hazardous Waste, 1984 

131: 4327

Hazardous Waste Surcharge, 1984 

131: 4328-4329

Health Care Access Proposal 

131: 4330

Highway 

131: 4331

Housing 

Box Folder

General, 1984-1988 

131: 4332-4334

Bills, 1983 

131: 4335

Bills, 1986 

131: 4336

Campaign, 1985 

131: 4337

Condos/Conversions 

131: 4338

Flyers, 1983-1986 

131: 4339

Just Cause, 1984-1985 

131: 4340

Linkage Fees 

131: 4341

Rent Control 

131: 4342

Rent Payments to Court, 1985 

131: 4343

Slide Show, 1984 

131: 4344
Box Folder

Insurance Campaign, 1987 

131: 4345

Insurance Committee Study 

131: 4346

Insurance Fact Sheet 

131: 4347

Issues 

131: 4348

Legislation, 1985 

131: 4349

Legislative Agenda, 1988 

131: 4350

Lifeline, 1988 

131: 4351

Meriden 

131: 4352

Microwaves 

131: 4353

Middletown 

131: 4354

Millstone III, 1984 

131: 4355

Northeast Utilities Rate Hike, 1986 

131: 4356-4357

Nuclear Mis-management 

131: 4358

Packaging 

131: 4359

Phantom Taxes 

131: 4360

Press: Miscellaneous 

131: 4361

Public Data Access 

131: 4362

Public Owned Utility 

131: 4363

Recycling: Press 

131: 4364

Recycling Regulation, 1988 

131: 4365

Resource Recovery Facility 

131: 4366

Seabrook 

131: 4367

Solid Waste Management 

131: 4368-4369

Songs 

131: 4370

Southern New England Telephone 

131: 4371

Stamford 

Box Folder

Citizens' Zoning Agenda 

131: 4372

Zoning and Development 

131: 4373
Box Folder

Superfund Sites 

131: 4374

Taxes 

Box Folder

Campaign, 1981 

131: 4375

Connecticut Business and Industry 

131: 4376

Discussion, 1981 

131: 4377

Double Taxation 

131: 4378

Federal Depreciation 

131: 4379

Income Tax, 1981 

131: 4380

Income Tax Discussion 

131: 4381

Oil Tax, 1980-1982 

131: 4382

Phantom Taxes 1983-1985 

131: 4383-4384

Property Tax 

131: 4385

Property Taxes 

131: 4386

Reform in Connecticut 

131: 4387

Relief 

131: 4388

Tax Committee 

131: 4389

Tax Increase, 1989 

131: 4390

Tax Statistics 

131: 4391

Tax Reform For Whom? 

131: 4392

Unitary Taxation 

131: 4393
Box Folder

Telephone Rates 

131: 4394

Toxic Air Pollution Program, 1983 

131: 4395

Toxic Waste Dumps 

131: 4396

Toys 

131: 4397

Valley CAG 

131: 4398

Voter Registration 

131: 4399

Waste Management 

131: 4400

Waste Reduction 

131: 4401

Waterbury CAG 

131: 4402

Yawokski Landfill 

131: 4403

Press Releases and Publications 

Box Folder

Ash Flyers 

132: 4404

Better Press 

132: 4405

Bottle Bill 

132: 4406

Brochures 

132: 4407

Commentary 

132: 4408

CCAG Report, 1974-1980 

132: 4409

CCAG Report, 1981-1982 

132: 4410

CCAG Report, 1983-1984 

132: 4411

CCAG Report, 1985 

132: 4412

CCRG Health Dictionary 

132: 4413

Connecticut Solar Handbook 

132: 4414

Copies 

132: 4415

Critical Condition 

132: 4416

Eastern Connecticut CAG Press 1985 

132: 4417

Energy and Utilities 

132: 4418

Environmental Flyers 

132: 4419

Environmental IAW 

132: 4420

Fact Sheet Originals 

132: 4421-4422

Flyers 

132: 4423

Gubernatorial Profile, 1978 

132: 4424

Health Care, 1984 

132: 4425

Housing, 1984 

132: 4426

Incinerator Flyers 

132: 4427

Insurance 

132: 4428

Legislative Agenda, 1987 

132: 4429

Legislative Index, 1982 

132: 4430

Legislative Index, 1983 

132: 4431

Norwalk Press 

132: 4432

Not in Anyone's Back Yard 

132: 4433

Old Press Classics 

132: 4434

Paste Ups 

132: 4435

Politicians 

132: 4436

Press Campaigns 

132: 4437

Press Clippings 

132: 4438

Press Originals 

132: 4439-4440

Press Releases, 1971-1975 

132: 4441-4446

Program Book, 1970-1990 

133: 4447

Public Power/CCAG Press 

133: 4448

Public Power Packet 

133: 4449

Rally, 1989 April 16 

133: 4450

Recycle Today, Waste Not Tomorrow 

133: 4451

Recycling Primer: Getting Back To Basics 

133: 4452

The Meter Manual 

133: 4453

The Network News, 1972 

133: 4454

The Property Tax Handbook 

133: 4455

The Street Primer 

133: 4456

Toxics, pre-1984 

133: 4457

Toxics, 1984 

133: 4458

Up Front, 1979 April 

133: 4459

Valley CAG 

133: 4460

Voting Indexes, 1978, 1979 

133: 4461

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Series XVIII: 1999 Addendum, undated, 1970-1998 

Box Folder

Notes, administrative records, publications, clippings, manuscripts, 1986-1991 

General note

[Subjects include: Medicaid, aids, labor, legislation, long-term care, HCFA.]

1999_1

Clippings, notes, administrative records, correspondence, manuscripts, 1988-1989 

General note

[Subjects include: ash landfills, recycling, enforcement, solid waste, I-84.]

1999_2

Administrative records, clippings, manuscripts, notes, correspondence, publications, 1991-1996 

General note

[Subjects include: health care, McDermott Congress, NECARC, Mental Health Associations of CT, ERISA, Resource Inventory.]

1999_3

Notes, administrative records, clippings, 1991-1996 

General note

[Subjects include: children, speakers, state healthcare updates, developing the A.N., Citizen-Action, health, Pizza Hut, Medicaid,  AETNA, Second District, transition proposals, state sessions,  Christopher Shays,  Barbara Kennelly, OHCA.]

1999_4

Clippings, administrative records, legal documents, financial records, publications, manuscripts, undated 

General note

[Subjects include: medical wastes, Mary B. Walton, I-84, CHPEA.]

1999_5

Fliers, publications, manuscripts, clippings, notes, administrative records, 1970-1998 

General note

[Subjects include: reports, newsletters, and ad books.]

1999_6

Notes, clippings, legal documents, administrative records, 1990-1993 

General note

[Subjects include: environment, energy, Route 6, public transportation, jetport, recycling, Lisbon, 1990 Clean Air Act, mercury, New Jersey, solid waste, lead poisoning.]

1999_7

Publications, fliers, notes, administrative records, clippings, correspondence, manuscripts, books, photographs, 1990-1995 

General note

[Subjects include: progressive policy, Stamford, enforcement, state of regulation, CT Dept. of Health Services, Spanish Class, Task Force Report, Lead Inspector Training, Lead Poisoning, New Haven, protocol, children, state health.]

1999_8

Publications, manuscripts, notes, administrative records, 1991 

General note

[Subjects include: auto insurance, auto background, auto task force, House Dem. Operations Dept., Citizen Action, CIT, Common Cause - Campaign Finance Reform]

1999_9

Publications, manuscripts, administrative records, notes, photographs, fliers, 1989-1990 

General note

[Subjects include: phone canvassers, recycling, staff meetings, sales, agriculture, citizen outreach, East Hampton.]

1999_10

Administrative records, books, fliers, 1993 

General note

[Subjects include: Local Trash Flights, Waterbury, Uninsured Motorists, no fault auto insurance ( Maine),  Coalition for Insurance Justice, trial lawyers, civil justice.]

1999_11

Administrative records, notes, clippings, correspondence, 1990-1992 

General note

[Subjects include: nataional health care, Pepper commission, labor, Ohio bill, Russo bill, NCA, NH healthcare, VT healthcare, NY healthcare, CT healthcare, consumer reports, CA/NHCC memoranda.]

1999_12

Administrative records, notes, 1992 

General note

[Subjects include: HCAC, "Healthy Steps," meetings, workplans, Health Access Comm.]

1999_13

Notes, fliers, administrative records, books, clippings, correspondence, 1985-1991 

General note

[Subjects include: Oakdale, CT,  Fairfield, CT, radon gas, solid/hazardous waste management, toxic air, global warming, Citizen Action Air report, environment, Gales Ferry, LA reports, benzene, vapor locks, wetlands, Windham trash contacts, styrofoam, CA energy.]

1999_14

Legal documents, administrative records, correspondence, financial records, notes, 1987-1990 

General note

[Subjects include: "unisured," hospital rates, BRC: Lewin PA, BRC: Progressive Lane, Lewin cons. Barbara Kennelly, blue ribbon, CA HC, Citizen Action/NHCG, HCFA.]

1999_15

Administrative records, financial records, clippings, notes, 1991-1996 

General note

[Subjects include: 30th birthday, CA lobby, HCFA, workshops, MED Mal, Hillary mtg, M/M, families USA, cost shifting, children, Medicaid, corporate medicine, Maine, managed care, long-term care.]

1999_16

Books, notes, clippings, 1996-1997 

General note

[Subjects include: Blue Cross/Anthem-- Ohio, BC/BS CT by-laws, Anti-BC/BS, insurance.]

1999_17

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Series XIX: 2006 Addendum (Health care for all), 1987-2002 

Box Folder

Financial records, publications, books, administrative records, notes, 1998-2002 

General note

[Subjects include: Yale study, statistics on medicare, health care, Husky Focus Groups and uninsured.]

2006_1

Correspondence, administrative records, notes, 1987-1997 

General note

[Subjects include: HCFA, care pools, HC systems, Congress, Endorsements.]

2006_2

Administrative records, fliers, notes, legal documents, financial records, photographs, clippings, 1990-1996 

General note

[Subjects include: HC, HCAC, HCFA, Hartford.]

2006_3

Notes, administrative records, 1997-2001 

General note

[Subjects include: CT Assoc. for Human Services, Children's Health, NAIC/CCRG, Legislation, HCFA.]

2006_4

Administrative records, correspondence, notes, 1998-2000 

General note

[Subjects include: mental health, tax breaks, lawsuits, HMO reform, confidentiality, AETNA-U.S.]

2006_6

Publications, financial records, administrative records, notes, 1998-2000 

General note

[Subjects include: money, hunger, insurance, politics, conversion and communication benefits, Medigap, Nancy Johnson, HMO, Bradley/ Gore, polling, Mt. Sinai Hospital.]

2006_8

Administrative records, publications, financial records, notes, 1999-2000 

General note

[Subjects include: RX working group, education, New Haven, Maine legislation, drugs, Public Welfare Foundation,  Massachusetts, DSS Pharmacy, Families USA, New York, H.C.]

2006_9

Administrative records, notes, books, 1996-2000 

General note

[Subjects include: Medicare beneficiaries, health, social security, advocates network, Families USA, Congressional meetings, Clinton Proposal, Nursing Home reform, Women's Health.]

2006_10

Notes, correspondence, legal documents, financial records, administrative records, clippings, 1994-1999 

General note

[Subjects include: fundraising, election day, single payer, public welfare, Attorney General fraud, HCFA, ConnPACE,  ConnMAP,  NECARC, Conn. NARAL, small business, action line,  League of Women's Voters,  Kaiser Foundation.]

2006_11

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