TABLE OF CONTENTS


Overview of the Collection

Historical Note

Scope and Content

Arrangement

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Container List

Series 1. Administrative Files 1978-2004, bulk 2004

Series 2. Subpoenaed Documents circa 1995-2004

Series 3. Evidentiary Hearing Exhibits circa 1989-2004

Series 4. Evidentiary Hearing Videotapes 2004 June 8-21


RG 002:025, Select Committee of Inquiry to Recommend Whether Sufficient Grounds Exist for the House of Representatives to Impeach Governor John G. Rowland Pursuant to Article Ninth of the State Constitution

Inventory of Records

Finding aid prepared by Zachary T. King and Paul E. Baran.

Copyright © 2008 by the Connecticut State Library


Overview of the Collection

Repository: Connecticut State Library
Creator: Connecticut. General Assembly. Select Committee of Inquiry
Title: Select Committee of Inquiry records
Creation Dates: 1978-2004
Creation Dates: bulk 1995-2004
Accumulation Dates: 2004
Quantity: 210 cubic feet
Abstract: On January 26, 2004, House Resolution 702 formally established the Select Committee of Inquiry to determine whether sufficient grounds existed to impeach Governor John G. Rowland. Speaker of the House Moira K. Lyons (D-Stamford) appointed Arthur J. O'Neill (R-Southbury) and John Wayne Fox (D-Stamford) as co-chairmen.
Identification: RG002_025_SCOI
Language: The records are in English.

Historical Note

A press report on November 25, 2003 raised questions about who paid for renovations to Governor John G. Rowland's cottage on Bantam Lake in Litchfield, Connecticut. Governor Rowland denied that free work had been done at the cottage. On December 12, 2003, Governor Rowland issued a statement admitting that he had provided inaccurate and incomplete information about the cottage work. He apologized to the press and the citizens of Connecticut and disclosed that friends, members of his staff, state employees and state contractors had paid for or provided free work. He denied that any of these individuals or entities received any benefit from his office or the state in exchange for their involvement at the cottage. A wide range of other issues came under media scrutiny, including the lease and sale of a Washington, D. C. condominium and gifts and vacations he had received or taken.

On January 14, 2004, Speaker of the House Moira K. Lyons (D-Stamford) announced that the House of Representatives would form a bipartisan committee to consider whether to recommend Governor Rowland's impeachment. On January 26, 2004, House Resolution 702 formally established the Select Committee of Inquiry. Lyons appointed Arthur J. O'Neill (R-Southbury) and John Wayne Fox (D-Stamford) as co-chairmen. The Resolution did not limit the scope of the Committee's inquiry, but did set an initial deadline for the work of April 14, 2004. This deadline was extended to May 5, 2004, and later to June 30, 2004.

On February 11, 2004, the Select Committee retained Steven F. Reich of the law firm Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP to serve as Special Counsel. The Committee then adopted rules and procedures, defined the scope and priorities of investigation, and identified and considered appropriate standards for impeachment. On February 19, 2004, the Committee adopted procedures governing the receipt and presentation of evidence. It issued its first document subpoenas on February 26, 2004. In all, the Committee issued a total of 140 document subpoenas, conducted hundreds of witness interviews and gathered approximately 409,000 pages of documents. On March 19, 2004, the Committee adopted rules governing depositions. It deposed five individuals: Mary Ann Hanley, Michael Cicchetti, Marc Ryan, David O'Leary and Jo McKenzie.

On February 26, 2004, the Committee served document subpoenas on the Governor and Mrs. Rowland but the documents were not submitted. On April 30, 2004, it issued further subpoenas to the Governor and Mrs. Rowland to appear before the Committee to testify regarding their failure to comply with the document subpoenas. Neither appeared nor designated a representative to testify on their behalf. The Committee ordered its Special Counsel to draft an article of impeachment against the Governor based on his failure to cooperate with the inquiry. The article of impeachment was presented to the Committee on May 14, 2004 but while the Committee accepted the draft article, it deferred its consideration until the conclusion of the inquiry.

The Committee faced a number of obstacles. The ongoing federal grand jury investigation into alleged misconduct in the Rowland Administration limited the Committee's ability to gather information. Many of the witnesses whose testimony and documents were relevant to the inquiry were also integral to the federal investigation. A number of key witnesses invoked their constitutional right against self-incrimination and declined to respond to the Committee's demands for information. The Committee also faced resistance in the form of litigation challenging its subpoena authority, including litigation filed by the Governor's Office. On May 18, 2004, the Select Committee served a subpoena on the Governor requiring his testimony as the first witness at public evidentiary hearings. On June 1, 2004, the Office of the Governor filed a complaint in Hartford Superior Court for injunctive and declaratory relief against the Committee, seeking a ruling that the subpoena violated the constitution separation of powers.

The Superior Court denied the relief sought by the Governor's Office. The Governor's Office then sought certification of the matter directly to the Connecticut Supreme Court. On June 18, 2004, the Supreme Court denied the Governor's motion to quash the Committee's Subpoena. As a result, on June 21, 2004, Governor Rowland announced his resignation from office, effective July 1, 2004. Due to the resignation, the Committee suspended its evidentiary hearings and its final report made no recommendation on whether Governor Rowland's conduct warranted impeachment.

Source Final report of the Select Committee of Inquiry pursuant to House Resolution 702.

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Scope and Content

Series 1, Administrative Files, documents the work of the Committee. It is further arranged into subseries. Standards and Procedures includes submissions from Steven F. Reich, counsel to the Select Committee of Inquiry, Ross H. Garber, counsel to the Office of the Governor, and William F. Dow, personal counsel to Governor John G. Rowland. Reports includes copies of the draft and final report of the Committee. Committee Meetings includes agendas, minutes and transcripts. Basic Legal Documents include various motions filed on behalf of the Committee, the Office of the Governor, and other individuals and entities including: Tomasso Brothers, Inc.; TBI Construction Company, LLC; Tunxis Management Company; Tenergy Water, LLC; Michael Tomasso; William Tomasso; Peter Ellef; Cocchiola Paving and Anthony Cocchiola. Correspondence includes incoming and outgoing correspondence primarily of the Committee co-chairmen John Wayne Fox and Arhthur J. O'Neill and counsel Steven F. Reich. Included are copies of e-mails. Civil Summonses are lawsuits against the Committee by various plaintiffs including: Peter Ellef; Robert V. Matthews; TBI Construction Company, LLC; Tunxis Management Company; Tenergy Water, LLC; Michael Tomasso; William Tomasso; Cocchiola Paving, Inc.; Anthony Cocchiola; Mark Wertheim; Patrick J. Delahunty; Vincent J. DeRosa; Tunxis Plantation Country Club; and Michael H. Cicchetti. There is also one summons for suit of the Committee against the Freedom of Information Commission. Subpoenas include copies of subpoenas served to over one hundred individuals and entities. Hearing Exhibits are duplicates of Series 3. Depositions include transcripts of the five individuals deposed: Michael H. Cicchetti; Mary Ann Hanley; Jo McKenzie; David O'Leary; and Marc S. Ryan. Freedom of Information Act includes requests, hearing notices, decisions and appeals.

Also included in the Administrative Files are Committee membership lists, media advisories, news articles, personnel and business records.

Series 2, Subpoenaed Documents contain unredacted documents submitted to the Committee from various individuals, state agencies, organizations, and businesses.

Series 3, Evidentiary Hearing Exhibits were taken from subpoenaed documents. There are two duplicate sets of exhibits.

Series 4, Evidentiary Hearing Videotapes are present for all but the second hearing day. The number of copies for each hearing day range from two to nine. There is also a video disc of a news briefing following the State Ethics Commission Meeting on September 29, 2004.

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Arrangement

Arranged in four series:

Series 1, Administrative Files, 1978-2004, is further arranged into the following subseries: Procedures and Standards; Membership; Reports; Committee Meetings; Basic Legal Documents; Correspondence; Media Advisories; Civil Summonses; Subpoenas; Hearing Exhibits; Depositions; Freedom of Information Act; News Articles; Personnel; and Business Records. The standards and procedures, reports, committee meetings, basic legal documents, correspondence, media advisories, civil summonses, and news articles are arranged chronologically. Hearing exhibits are arranged numerically by assigned exhibit number. Subpoenas and depositions are arranged alphabetically.

Series 2, Subpoenaed Documents, circa 1995-2004, are arranged by Bates number. Each individual and entity subpoenaed was assigned an alphabetic code. Each piece of paper received was stamped with a Bates number comprised of the code for the party that submitted it concatenated with a number. The first sheet of paper submitted was 00001 and the number for each subsequent sheet was incremented by one. For example, there are five pieces of paper submitted by Anthony Autorino. The first piece of paper was stamped AA00001, the second was stamped AA00002, etc. The Department of Transportation submitted a large amount of documents too late for them to be assigned Bates numbers. These documents are unprocessed at the end of the series.

Series 3, Evidentiary Hearing Exhibits, circa 1989-2004 are arranged numerically by the assigned exhibit number.

Series 4, Evidentiary Hearing Videotapes, 2004 are arranged chronologically.

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Series 1, Administrative Files, subseries Subpoenas is restricted. Some subpoenas include the social security number of the person serving the subpoena. Subpoenas to financial institutions may contain account information. Please contact State Archives staff for assistance.

Series 2, Subpoenaed Documents (entire) is restricted because it contains personal information such as social security numbers and financial account numbers. Please see the Alternate Form Available section below.

These records are stored at an off-site facility and therefore may not be available on a same-day basis.

See the Rules and Procedures for Researchers Using Archival Records and Secured Collections policy.

Restrictions on Use

See the Reproduction and Publications of State Library Collections policy.

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Related Material

None.

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Index Terms

Organizations:

Connecticut. General Assembly. Select Committee of Inquiry

Persons:

Rowland, John G., 1957-

Subjects:

Connecticut -- Politics and government -- 1951-
Connecticut. General Assembly. Select Committee of Inquiry -- Records and correspondence
Governors -- Connecticut -- Discipline
Impeachments -- Connecticut
Misconduct in office -- Connecticut
Rowland, John G., 1957- -- Impeachment

Document Types:

Correspondence
Depositions
Legal documents
Membership lists
Minutes
Reports
Subpoenas
Summonses

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Administrative Information

Alternative Form Available

Redacted versions of Series 2, Subpoenaed Documents are available on a hard drive through the Law and Legislative Reference unit. [CSL call number StLib Law Vault Conn Doc G253r]

Provenance

The evidentiary hearing exhibits and videotapes were deposited at the State Library in 2004. The administrative files and subpoenaed documents were deposited in 2006.

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Container List

Series 1. Administrative Files, 1978-2004, bulk 2004
Box Folder
Standards and Procedures
Committee procedures, 2004 January-February 1 1
Bill 5665, 2004 February 2
Steven Reich's report on standards, 2004 March 5 3
Ross Garber's submission on standards, 2004 March 4
William F. Dow's letter on standards, 2004 March 2 5
Steven Reich's submission on standards, 2004 March 8 6
Ross Garber's presentation on standards, 2004 March 8 7
William F. Dow's letter on rules and procedures, 2004 March 26 8
Ross Garber's letter on deposition procedure, 2004 April 12 9
Extensions of time, 2004 April-May 10
Deposition procedures, undated 11
Reference resources, 2004 February, undated 12
Membership
Membership list, 2004 February 13
Reports
Certification of report on subpoenas, 2004 April 12 14
Drafts, 2004 May-June 15
Final report, 2004 June 16
Committee Meetings
Agendas and minutes
2004 January-February 17
2004 March 18
2004 April 19
2004 May-June 20
Transcripts
Steven F. Reich opening statement, undated 21
2004 January 30-February 4 22
2004 February 11-13 23
2004 February 19-26 24
2004 March 8 25
2004 March 19 26
2004 April 19 27
2004 April 30-May 14 28
2004 May 24 29
Basic Legal Documents
Appearances, 2004 March-April 30
Steven F. Reich Ex Parte application for Pro Hac Vice, 2004 February 20 31
Memorandum of decision, Tomasso Brothers, Inc. v. Richard A. Blumenthal as Attorney General, 2004 March 5 32
Select Committee motion to consolidate actions, 2004 March 9 33
TBI Construction Company, LLC; Tunxis Management Company; Tenergy Water, LLC; Michael Tomasso; and William Tomasso amended complaint for injunctive and declaratory relief, 2004 March 11 34
Peter Ellef amended complaint for injunctive and declaratory relief, 2004 March 15 35
Select Committee motion to dismiss, 2004 March 16 36
Cocchiola Paving and Anthony Cocchiola objection to motion to dismiss, 2004 March 22 37
Peter Ellef objection to motion to dismiss, 2004 March 23 38
TBI Construction, Tunxis Management, Tenergy Water, Michael and William Tomasso opposition to motion to dismiss, 2004 March 23 39
Withdrawals, 2004 March 23 40
Opposition to motion to stay order pending appeal in regards to Ex Parte application for Pro Hac Vice of Steven F. Reich, 2004 April 6 41
Memorandum of decision on Select Committee motion to dismiss, 2004 April 8 42
Select Committee motion for designation of related case for assignment purposes, 2004 April 16 43
Select Committee motion for an emergency hearing for purposes of setting an expedited schedule for briefing and oral argument, 2004 April 16 44
Select Committee notice of dismissal as to Michael H. Cicchetti and Cocchiola Pavings, Inc., 2004 April 22 45
Select Committee application for an order enforcing subpoenas, 2004 April 30 46
Gov. Rowland motion to withdraw or, alternatively, to quash subpoena, 2004 April 30 47
Office of the Governor complaint for injunctive and declaratory relief, 2004 May 27 48
Memorandum of law in support of Office of the Governor motion to quash, 2004 May 27 49
Select Committee motion for permission to exceed page limitation on memorandum of law, 2004 June 2 50
Select Committee memorandum of law in opposition to Office of Governor motion to quash and for preliminary and permanent injunctive relief, 2004 June 2 51
Office of Governor appeal from Superior Court, 2004 June 52
Correspondence
2004 January-March, 4 folders 53-56
2004 April-May, 3 folders 2 1-3
E-mails
2004 January-May, 40 folders 4-43
2004 June-2005, 28 folders 3 1-28
Media Advisories, 2004 March-April 29
Civil Summonses
Ellef, Peter, 2004 March 4 30
Matthews, Robert V., 2004 March 4 31
TBI Construction Company, LLC, 2004 March 4 32
TBI Construction Company, LLC; Tunxis Management Company, 2004 March 4 33
TBI Construction Company, LLC; Tunxis Management Company; Tenergy Water, LLC; Michael Tomasso; and William Tomasso, 2004 March 30 34
Cocchiola Paving, Inc.; Anthony Cocchiola, 2004 March 8 35
Wertheim, Mark, 2004 March 8 36
Delahunty, Patrick J., 2004 March 11 37
DeRosa, Vincent J., 2004 March 11 38
Tunxis Plantation Country Club, Inc., 2004 April 6 39
Cicchetti, Michael H., 2004 April 14 40
Select Committee of Inquiry, 2004 May 7 41
Subpoenas
RESTRICTED. Please contact State Archives staff for assistance.
List of subpoenas, 2004 February 26-May 3 4 1
Service lists, 2004 April-May 2
Tracking, 2004 February-May 3-6
Contact information, undated 7
Application for enforcement of subpoenas, 2004 April 20-21 8
Adams, Patrice, 2004 June 1 9
Administrative Services, Dept. of, 2004 March-April 10
Alibozek, Lawrence E., 2004 March, June 11
American Express Company, 2004 April 21-22 12
AMR Associates, 2004 February-March 13
Anson, Theodore, 2004 February-March 14
Astro Electric, Inc., 2004 February-March 15
Autorino, Anthony D., 2004 February 26-27 16
Baker, Patrick and Sons, Inc., 2004 February-March 17
Bank One Credit Card Services, 2004 May 11 18
Bilodeau, Robert, 2004 February-March 19
Bond Commission, State, 2004 March 15-16 20
Boos, Charles, 2004 June 1 21
Calabrese & Kuncas, P.C., 2004 March 2 22
Capital City Economic Development Authority, 2004 April 5 23
Carmody & Torrance, LLP, 2004 April-May 24
Cellco Partnership d/b/a Verizon Wireless, 2004 May 14-17 25
Chalfield, Robert, 2004 April 8-9 26
Children and Families, 2004 March 15-16 27
Cicchetti & Tansley, LLP, 2004 February-April 28
Citigroup, Inc., 2004 April 21-22 29
CMD Ventures, LLC, 2004 March 15-16 30
Cocchiola, Anthony, 2004 February-March 31
Cohn, Benson, 2004 February-March 32
Columbia Funds Distributor, Inc., 2004 April 21-29 33
Commercial Moving Services, LLC, 2004 March 15-16 34
Competition Watersports, Inc., 2004 March 31 35
Connecticut Development Authority, 2004 March-April 36
Connecticut Housing Finance Authority, 2004 April 2-5 37
Connecticut Innovations, Inc., 2004 April 2-5 38
Connecticut Lottery Corporation, 2004 March-April 39
Connecticut Natural Gas, 2004 February-March 40
Corey, Christine, 2004 February-June 41
Corey, Paul J., 2004 February 26-29 42
Country Club of Waterbury, Inc., 2004 March-April 43
Deal, Kelly, 2004 March 2 44
Delahunty, P.J., 2004 March-June 45
DeRosa, Vincent J., 2004 March-June 46
Devany, Corrine, 2004 June 1 47
Dolphin Pools and Spas, 2004 March 15-16 48
Economic and Community Development, Dept. of, 2004 March 2-3 49
Ellef, Peter, 2004 February-June 50
Environmental Protection, Dept. of, 2004 April 2-5 51
Ethics Commission, State, 2004 February 26-27 52
Executive Chambers Conservancy, Inc., 2004 March 31 53
Executive Residence Conservancy, Inc., 2004-February-March 54
Fabiani, Maurice, 2004 February-March 55
Fabricated Metals Products, Inc., 2004 February-March 56
Fallon Moving & Storage, Inc., 2004 March 15-16 57
First Development Group, LLC, 2004 February-March 58
First Union National Bank, 2004 April 14-15 59
FleetBoston Financial Corporation, 2004 April-May 60
Governor, Office of the, 2004 February-April 61
Governor's Residence Conservancy, Inc., 2004 March 2-16 62
Gray, Richard, 2004 February-March 63
Hanley, Mary Ann, 2004 February-April 64
Hartford Downtown Revival, LLC, 2004 March 15-16 65
Heckman, James, 2004 June 1 66
HRW Associates, Inc. dba Sanditz Travel, 2004 May 5-7 67
Information Technology, Dept. of, 2004 May 6 68
JP Morgan Chase & Co., 2004 April-May 69
Key Air, Inc., 2004 May 11-14 70
Lauzier, Glenn, 2004 February-March 71
Lepak, Kathleen, 2004 June 1 72
Link Mechanical Services, Inc., 2004 February-June 73
Litchfield County Marine and Auto, LLC, 2004 March 24 74
Mancini, Michael, 2004 February-March 75
Maria's Travel Service, Inc. d/b/a Colonial Travel, 2004 May 11 76
Matthews, Robert V., 2004 March-June 77
Matthews Ventures, LLC, 2004 February-March 78
MBNA Corporation, 2004 April 21 79
McKenzie, Jo, 2004 February-March 80
Mengacci, Kathleen, 2004 June 1 81
Mikenas, Ed, 2004 February-March 82
Motor Vehicles, Dept. of, 2004 March 19 83
New Haven Manufacturing, 2004 March 1-3 84
Nextel Communications of the Mid-Atlantic, Inc., 2004 March 31 85
O & G Industries, 2004 February-March 86
O'Leary, David, 2004 May 4 87
Policy and Management, Office of , 2004 March-April 88
Pratt, Wayne, 2004 March-June 89
PriceWaterhouse Coopers, LLP, 2004 April 27-28 90
Properties Review Board, State, 2004 March 15-16 91
Public Safety, Dept. of, 2004 April 2-5 92
Public Works, Dept. of, 2004 February-March 93
Quick & Reilly, Inc., 2004 May 4-5 5 1
Ragaglia, Kristine, 2004 June 1 2
RMK Prospect Associates, LLC, 2004 February-March 3
Rowland, John G., 2004 February-May 4
Rowland, Patricia, 2004 February-May 5
Rubin, Rachel, 2004 June 1 6
Ryan, Marc S., 2004 April 22-23 7
Santogatta, Michael, 2004 June 1 8
Secor, Cassidy & McPartland, P.C., 2004 April 21 9
Shared Technologies Cellular, Inc., 2004 February-March 10
Shortell, Ron, 2004 February -June 11
Special Revenue, Division of, 2004 April 2-5 12
Stackpole, Moore & Tryon Company, 2004 April 8-9 13
TBI Construction Company, 2004 Februaru-April 14
Tenergy Water, LLC, 2004 February-April 15
Tietz, Albert, 2004 March-April 16
Tilcon Construction, Inc., 2004 March 2-3 17
Tomasso Brothers Construction Company, Inc.; Tomasso Brothers, Inc.; Tomasso Group; William Tommaso; Michael Tomasso, 2004 February-June 18
Transportation, Dept. of, 2004 March 2-3 19
TREA, LLC, 2004 February-Mar 20
Treasurer, Office of the State, 2004 April 2-5 21
Tunxis Management Company, 2004 February-April 22
Tunxis Plantation Country Club, Inc., 2004 February-April 23
UBS Financial Services, Inc., 2004 April 21-22 24
Ultimate Travel and Incentives, Inc., 2004 March 22-23 25
University of Connecticut, 2004 April 2-8 26
Wachovia Bank, 2004 April 21-22 27
Wertheim, Mark, 2004 February-March 28
White Memorial Foundation, Inc., 2004 April 27-28 29
Wilde, Wilson, 2004 February-June 30
Hearing Exhibits
Hearing exhibit index, 2004 June 9 31
Exhibits 1-480, unnumbered, 1994-2004, 12 folders 32-43
These are duplicates of exhibits in Series 3.
April 30, 2004 hearing, Index, Exhibits 1-43, 1978-2004, 4 folders 44-48
These are not duplicates of exhibits in Series 3.
Although they are in a restricted box, these documents have been redacted and are open. Please contact State Archives staff for assistance.
Depositions
Deposition schedules, 2004 April-May 6 1
Affidavit of David Hemond (clerk), 2004 April 19 2
Ciccheti, Michael H., 2004 April 29 3
Hanley, Mary Ann, 2004 April 15, 1 folder + 1 videocasette 4
McKenzie, Jo, 2004 May 18 5
O'Leary, David, 2004 May 10 6
Ryan, Marc S., 2004 May 13, 2 copies 7-8
Exhibits for Marc S. Ryan deposition, 1997-2004, undated, 14 folders 9-22
Freedom of Information Act
Working draft, 2004 April 5 23
Requests
Haigh-Sundlun, 2004 April 24
Keefe, Hugh, 2004 April 25
Complaint and petition for declaratory ruling by the Office of the Governor, 2004 April 26
Hearing notices, 2004 April, 4 folders 27-30
Decisions, 2004 April 31
Appeals, 2004 May 32-34
News Articles, 2004 January-June, 17 folders 7 1-17
Personnel
Thank-you letters, 2004 18
Resumes, 2004, 13 folders 19-31
Meeting agendas, 2004 February, 2 folders 32-33
Business Records
Administrative supply forms, 2004 February-June 34
Billing
General, 2004 35
James Mintz Group, 2004 January-February 36
Manatt, Phelps and Phillips, 2004 January-May, 4 folders 37-40
Series 2. Subpoenaed Documents, circa 1995-2004
RESTRICTED. Please see Alternate Form Available section.
Box
Anthony Autorino (AA), 00001-00005 8
American Express (AEC), 00001-00506
AMR Associates (AMR), 00001-02501
Auditors of Public Accounts (APA), 02502-03849 9
Brian Baker (BB), 00001-00030
Benson Cohen (BC),00001-00056
Bank One (BO), 00001-00164
Calabrese & Kuncas (C&K), 00001-00117
Cicchetti & Torrance (C&T)
00001-01136
01137-04195 10
04196-05277 11
Carmedy & Torrance (CA&T), 00001-00258
Connecticut Attorney General (CAG)
00001-01310
01311-01616 12
Christine Corey (CC), 00001-00008
Country Club of Waterbury (CCW), 00001-00047
Connecticut Development Authority (CDA)
00001-02499
02500-05000 13
05500-08499 14
08500-10863 15
Corrinne D. Bowie (CDB), 00001-00003
Connecticut Ethics Commission (CEC)
00001-00499
00500-03211 16
Connecticut Ethics Commission-S (CEC-S)
03212-03745
03746-06999 17
07000-09999 18
10000-12500 19
13000-13917 20
Columbi Funds (CF), 00001-00024
Citigroup (CG), 00001-00075
Connecticut Health and Educational Facilities Authority (CHEFA)
00006-01999
02000-03847 21
Connecticut Housing Finance Authority (CHFA), 00001-00067
Christopher Link (CL), 00001-00045
Connecticut Lottery Corporation (CLC)
00001-00999
01000-03443 22
CMD Ventures (CMD), 00001-00069
Connecticut Natural Gas (CNG)
00001-00499
00500-03499 23
03500-06499 24
06500-09529 25
Committee of Inquiry (COI), 00042-00531 26
Comptroller's Office (COMP), 00001-00066
Cocchiola Paving (CPI), 00001-01426,
Department of Administrative Services (DAS), 00001-00499
Department of Children and Families (DCF) 27
00500-03750
03751-06803 28
06805-07278 29
Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), 00001-00004
Department of Information Technology (DIT)
00001-02912
02913-06199 30
06200-09499 31
09500-12799 32
12800-15999 33
16000-19299 34
19300-22499 35
22500-25370 36
Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), 00001-00081
David O' Leary (DO), 00001
Department of Transportation (DOT)
00001-02999 37
03000-06299 38
06300-09499 39
09500-12499 40
12500-15499 41
15500-17585 42
Dolphin Pools & Spas (DPS), 00001-00004
Department of Public Safety (DPSY), 00001-00320
Department of Public Works (DPW)
00001-00899
00900-03741 43
04113-06999 44
07000-09499 45
09500-12499 46
12500-15499 47
15500-18499 48
18500-20999 49
21000-24014 50
24015-26999 51
27000-28901 52
Executive Chambers Conservancy (ECC), 00001-00379
Economic and Community Development, Department of (ECD)
00001-00502
00503-03499 53
03500-06499 54
06500-09499 55
09500-12546 56
Edward Mikenas (EM), 00001
Fleet Boston Financial (FBFC) 57
00001-02900
03000-05999 58
06000-06439 59
First Development Group (FDG), 00001-00659
Fallon Moving & Storage (FMS), 00001-00026
First Union National Bank (FUNB), 00001-00094
Griswold Inn (GI), 00001-00025
Glenn Lauzier (GL), 00001-00016
Governor's Office (GO)
00001-01499
01500-0399 60
04000-06999 61
07000-09999 62
10000-12999 63
13000-15999 64
16000-18999 65
19000-21999 66
22000-24999 67
24500-26999 68
27000-29502 69
29503-31999 70
32000-34499 71
34500-37499 72
37500-40499 73
40500-43499 74
43500-46499 75
46500-49500 76
49501-52504 77
52505-55499 78
55500-58502 79
58503-61499 80
61500-64499 81
64500-67499 82
67500-70499 83
70500-73499 84
73500-76571 85
76572-79499 86
79500-82516 87
82517-85499 88
85500-88499 89
88500-91499 90
91500-94499 91
94500-97499 92
97500-98286 93
Governor's Press Office (GOVPRESS), 00001-00049
Governor's Residence Conservancy (GRC)
00001-01999
02000-02949 94
Hartford Downtown Revival (HDR), 00001-00706
Hearing Exhibits April 30, 2004 Hearing (HEARING 4/30/04), 00001-00216
HRW Associates (HRW), 00001-00090
John G. Rowland (JGR)
00001-01003
01004-03140 95
James K. Robertson (JKR), 00001-00011
Jo McKenzie (JM), 00001-00077
JP Morgan Chase (JPMC), 00001-00069
Key Air (KA), 00001-00033
Keastle Boos (KB), 00001
Kurt Claywell (KC), 00003-00047
Kathleen Lepak (KL), 00001-00002
Kathleen Mengacci (KM), 00001-00012
Kristine Ragaglia (KR), 00001
Lawrence Alibozek (LA), 00001-00005 96
Madison Beach Club (MBC), 00001-00016
MBNA America (MBNA), 00001-00016
Maurice Fabiani (MF), 00001-00002
Miner's (MINERS), 00001-00006
Marybeth Keene (MBK), 00001
Manatt, Phelps & Phillipps (MPP)
00001-02999
03000-05999 97
06000-08920 98
Mike Santogatta (MS), 00001-00003
Maria's Travels (MT), 00001-00054
Richard T. Mulready (MULREADY), 00001-00002
Nextel Communications (NC), 00001-00951 99
Norfleet Press (NP), 00001-00121
O & G Industries (O&GI)
00001-01999
02000-04999 100
05000-07645 101
Office of Legislation Research (OLR)
00001-00466
00467-00618 102
Office of Policy and Management (OPM)
00001-02999
03000-05999 103
06000-08999 104
09000-11999 105
12000-14999 106
15000-17999 107
18000-20999 108
21000-23999 109
24000-26999 110
27000-29999 111
30000-32999 112
33000-35999 113
36000-38999 114
39000-41999 115
42000-44999 116
45000-47999 117
48000-50999 118
51000-53999 119
54000-56999 120
57000-59999 121
60000-62999 122
63000-65999 123
66000-68999 124
69000-71999 125
72000-74999 126
75000-77999 127
78000-80999 128
81000-83999 129
84000-86999 130
87000-89999 131
90000-92999 132
93000-95999 133
96000-98999 134
99000-102000 135
102000-104999 136
105000-107999 137
108000-110999 138
111000-113999 139
114000-116999 140
117000-118214 141
Patrick Baker & Sons (PB&S), 00001-00029
P.J. Delahunty (PJD), 00001-00019
Property Management People (PMP), 00001-00003
Patricia Rowland (PR), 00001-00880
Properties Review Board (PRB)
00001-01077
01078-03999 142
04000-04821 143
Price Waterhouse Coopers (PWC), 00001-00090
Quick & Reilly (QR), 00001-00090
Richard Gray (RG)
00001-00999 144
01000-03986
RMK Prospect Associates (RMK), 00001-00939 145
Ron Shortell (RS), 00001-00009
Republican State Central Commission (RSCC), 00001-00553
Robert V. Matthews (RVM)
00001-01499
01500-03156 146
State Attorneys' Office (SAO), 00001-00090
Secor Cassidy (SCM), 00001-00204
State Elections Enforcement Commission (SEEC), 00001-00106
Richard Sheeler (SHEELER), 00001-00013
Steve Leahy (SL), 00001-00002
Stackpole Moore & Tryon (SMT) 00001-00014
Shared Technologies Fairchild (STF), 00001-00205
Tilcon (TC), 00001-00250
Tomasso Entities (TOM)
00001-00499
00500-03502 147
03503-05069 148
Town of Prospect (TP)
00001-01508
01509-02534 149
Peter V. Tytell (TYT), 00001-00022
UBS Financial Services (UBS), 00001-00084
University of Connecticut (UC), 00001-00040
UST (UST), 00001-00242
Ultimate Travel (UT), 00001-00074
Vincent DeRosa (VD), 00001-00121
Verizon Wireless (VW), 00001-00028
Windsor Avenue, LP (WALP), 00001-00025
Wachovia Bank (WB), 00001-00060
White Memorial Foundation (WMF), 00001-00061
Wayne Pratt (WP), 00001-00190
W.R. Berkley Corporation (WRB), 00001-00025
Wilson Wilde (WW), 00001-00481
Yarmouth Management (YM), 00001-00005
Department of Transportation 150-204
Unarranged.
Series 3. Evidentiary Hearing Exhibits, circa 1989-2004
Box
1-338 (set 1) 205
339-524, G1-2, J1-3, timelines (set 1) 206
There is no Exhibit 357.
1-338 (set 2) 207
339-524, G1-2, J1-3, timelines (set 2) 208
There is no Exhibit 357.
Series 4. Evidentiary Hearing Videotapes, 2004 June 8-21
Produced by Connecticut Network (CT-N).
There is no videotape for Hearing Day 2.
Box
Hearing Day 1, 2004 June 8, 4 copies 209
Hearing Day 3, 2004 June 10, 2 copies
Tapes are misdated July 10, 2004.
Hearing Day 4, 2004 June 14, 2 copies
Tapes are misdated July 14, 2004.
Hearing Day 5, 2004 June 15, 5 copies
Hearing Day 6, 2004 June 16, 5 copies
Hearing Day 7, 2004 June 17, 4 copies
Hearing Day 7, 2004 June 17, 6 copies 210
Hearing Day 8, 2004 June 18, 9 copies
Hearing Day 9, 2004 June 21, 6 copies
Capitol News Briefing: Following the State Ethics Commission Meeting, 2004 September 29, 1 video disc