TABLE OF CONTENTS


Overview of the Collection

Biographical Note

Scope and Content

Arrangement

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Container List

Series 1. Constituent Correspondence 1987-1994

Series 2. Press Files 1991-1994

Series 3. Invitations Accepted and Rejected 1992-1993

Series 4. Official Statements 1994

Series 5. Legal Office 1977-1994

Series 6. Subject Files 1986-1994

Series 7. Photographs circa 1990-1993

Restricted

Addenda 1990-1992


RG 005:038, Office of the Governor: Lowell P. Weicker, Jr. (1991-1995)

Inventory of Records

Finding aid prepared by Paul E. Baran.

Copyright © 2007 by the Connecticut State Library


Overview of the Collection

Repository: Connecticut State Library
Creator: Connecticut. Governor (1991-1995 : Weicker)
Title: Lowell P. Weicker, Jr. records
Creation Dates: 1977-1994,
Creation Dates: bulk 1991-1994
Accumulation Dates: 1991-1994
Quantity: 78.75 cubic feet
Abstract: Gov. Weicker's constituent correspondence, legal office files, press files, official statements, invitations accepted and regretted, subject files, and photographs.
Identification: RG005_038
Accession: Multiple
Language: The records are in English.

Biographical Note

Born: May 16, 1931, Paris, France.
College: Yale University, 1953, University of Virginia Law School, 1958.
Political Party: A Connecticut Party. Republican prior to 1990.
Offices: Connecticut General Assembly, House, 1963-1969 (R); First Selectman, Greenwich, 1964-1968 (R); U.S. Congress, 1969-1971 (R); U.S. Senate, 1971-1989 (R); Governor of Connecticut, 1991-1995 (ACP).

Lowell Palmer Weicker, Jr. was sworn in as Connecticut's 85th Governor on January 9, 1991, becoming the first independent Governor in the state since the Civil War. Weicker was born May 16, 1931 in Paris, France to Lowell P. and Mary Bickford Weicker. As a child, Weicker attended the Buckley School in New York City and Culver Military Academy in Culver, Indiana. In 1949 he graduated from the Lawrenceville School, a prep school in New Jersey. He went on to Yale where he developed an interest in politics, graduating in 1953 with a B.A. in political science.

Weicker served in the United States Army from 1953 to 1955 and in the Army Reserve from 1958 to 1964. He graduated from the University of Virginia Law School in 1958 and then moved to Greenwich, Connecticut where he helped found a law firm. As a Republican, he served as First Selectman of that town as well as a Representative to the Connecticut General Assembly.

In 1968 Weicker ran for and won a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives from the 4th District. During his one term in the House, he focused on urban renewal and transportation legislation and gained a reputation as a moderate conservative. Weicker won election to the U.S. Senate in 1970 after a split in the state Democratic Party resulted in a three-way race between Weicker, the Democratic nominee Joseph Duffy, and Thomas Dodd, who entered the race as an independent. The split in the Democratic vote gave Weicker the victory. While in the Senate, Weicker worked for passage of the War Powers Act, served on the Senate Watergate Committee, advocated oceanic research, and served on the Appropriations, Small Business, and Labor and Human Resources Committees. Weicker found himself at odds with the far right of the Republican Party over issues of school prayer, busing, and abortion. He also worked for health and education programs for physically and developmentally disabled persons and the poor. Weicker sponsored the Protection and Advocacy for the Mentally Ill Act in 1985 and in 1988 introduced legislation that would become the Americans with Disabilities Act. Weicker's independence led members of his own party to back his opponent Joseph Lieberman in the 1988 Senate race, causing Weicker's defeat.

Weicker then went to work for Research! America, a non-profit organization that raised public awareness about the benefits of medical research. He also taught a constitutional law course at the George Washington University Law School. It wasn't long before some of Weicker's friends began to urge him to seek the governorship of Connecticut. Ruling out a run as a Republican and believing the political atmosphere was right for a third-party candidate, Weicker entered the race and won under the A Connecticut Party that he founded. His opponents were Republican John Rowland and Democrat Bruce Morrison.

When Weicker entered office, the state's budget deficit was $963 million. During the campaign he had opposed an income tax but did not rule it out. Weicker asked William B. Cibes to become his budget director as head of the Office of Policy and Management. Cibes had sought the Democratic gubernatorial nomination but lost in a primary to Morrison because his platform included the creation of a state income tax. Cibes and his team developed three budget proposals, two that relied on the sales tax and one that included an income tax. Cibes convinced Weicker that an income tax was the only fiscally responsible choice. On February 13, 1991 Weicker unveiled a budget that proposed a flat income tax of 6 percent and a drop in the sales tax from 8 to 4.25 percent. During the next six months the General Assembly passed three no-income-tax budgets that continued the state's reliance on the sales tax. Weicker vetoed them all. For his part, Weicker proposed two other income-tax based budgets during that time. Stalemate resulted because the General Assembly did not have enough votes to override the vetoes or enough votes to pass an income tax. Both partries were split over the issue. Temporary spending authorizations kept the state running after the start of fiscal year 1992 except for a three day interruption starting on July 1. Finally on August 22, 1991 the General Assembly passed a budget that included a 4.5 percent flat income tax and a cut in the sales tax from 8 to 6 percent. Forty thousand people gathered at the state capitol in Hartford in protest on October 5, 1991. The income tax did take effect and the state ended fiscal year 1992 with a surplus of $110 million and continued in the black for the next two fiscal years.

The 1991 budget crises led to a standoff between Weicker and the state employee unions that supported his gubernatorial campaign. Wage concessions that some unions agreed to in April of 1991 had expired when the state started the new fiscal year without a budget. Without the concessions in place, some employees received scheduled wage increases at the start of the new fiscal year. Weicker asked the state employee unions to revive the April agreement. The unions wanted guaranteed job security in return. Without an agreement in place, thousands of state employees were either furloughed or laid off starting in November 1991, although some of the laid off employees would eventually be reinstated.

In addition to restructuring the revenue system, Weicker also implemented spending reforms and reorganized state government by consolidating agencies. Among the legislation he signed into law during his term were bills dealing with school desegregation, stricter gun control, and health care reform. Weicker's accomplishments during his first year as Governor led the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation to recognize him with the Profiles in Courage Award in 1992.

Weicker has three sons with his first wife Marie Louise "Bunny" Godfrey: Scott, Gray, and Brian and two sons with his second wife Camille Butler: Sonny and Lowell P. Weicker III, known as Tre. In December 1984 Weicker married his third wife Claudia Testa who has two sons: Mason and Andrew.

Bibliography

Congressional Quarterly's Guide to United States Elections. Washington, D.C.: Congressional Quarterly, 1994 [CSL call number GIS Ref JK 1967 .C662 1994.

Lieberman, Joseph. The Legacy, Connecticut Politics, 1930-1980. Hartford, Conn.: Spoonwood Press, 1981 [CSL call number JK 3395 .L53 1981].

Weicker, Lowell P., Jr. with Barry Sussman. Maverick: A Life in Politics. Boston, Mass.: Little, Brown and Company, 1995 [CSL call number E 840 .8 A43 1995].

Who’s Who in American Politics. Sixteenth Edition, 1997-1998. New Providence, N.J.: Marquis Who’s Who, 1997 [CSL call number E 176 .W6424].

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Scope and Content

Gov. Weicker's constituent correspondence, legal office, press files, official statements, invitations accepted and rejected, subject files, and photographs. Constituent correspondence includes acknowledgements from the Governor to the correspondent, agency files containing letters referred to the appropriate agency for handling, and issue letters on a variety of topics. Press files contain press releases, speeches, appointments, bills signed, and veto messages. Legal office files contain auditor's reports, agency files, subject files, and special election files. A small accession related to inaugural activities has been added as addenda.

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Arrangement

Series 1. Constituent Correspondence, 1987-1994, 54 cubic feet
Includes acknowledgements, agency files alphabetical by agency name, greeting, support, and thank you letters, issue letters arranged alphabetically, mag letters and miscellaneous letters.

Series 2. Press Files, 1991-1994, 5 cubic feet
Arranged chronologically.

Series 3. Official Statements, 1994, 1 cubit foot
Arranged chronologically.

Series 4. Invitations Accepted and Rejected, 1992-1993, 4 cubic feet
Arranged chronologically by event date.

Series 5. Legal Office, 1977-1994, 9.5 cubic feet
Includes auditor's reports, agency files, and subject files all arranged alphabetically, and special elections files arranged by office.

Series 6. Subject Files, 1986-1994, 2 cubic feet
Arranged alphabetically.

Series 7. Photographs, circa 1990-1993, 2 cubic feet
Unarranged.

Restricted, .5 cubic feet

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Constituent correspondence is closed to researchers. These records may contain confidential personal data restricted by law. Please contact State Archives staff for assistance.

Gov. Weicker's 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

Lowell P. Weicker's Senate papers are at the Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library, University of Virginia.

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Index Terms

Persons:

Weicker, Lowell, 1931-

Subjects:

Connecticut -- History -- Sources
Connecticut -- Politics and government -- 1951- -- Sources
Connecticut. Office of the Governor -- Archives
Governors -- Connecticut -- Archives
Income tax -- Connecticut
Weicker, Lowell, 1931- -- Archives

Document Types:

Correspondence
Photographs
Press releases
Proclamations
Records
Reports
Speeches

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Administrative Information

Acquisition Information

Accession 2011-075 was transferred to the Connecticut State Library from the Lowell Weicker Papers at the Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library, University of Virginia in October 2010.

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Container List

Series 1. Constituent Correspondence, 1987-1994, Accession: 1995-040
Constituent correspondence is closed to researchers. These records may contain confidential personal data restricted by law. Please contact State Archives staff for assistance.
Box Folder
Acknowledgements 1
1991 1-6
1992 7-20
1993 2 1-12
1994 13-18
Agency Files 3
Accountancy, Board of, 1992 1
Accountancy, Board of, 1993 2
Administrative Services, Dept. of, 1991 3-12
Administrative Services, Dept. of, 1992 13-23
Administrative Services, Dept. of, 1993 4 1-5
Administrative Services, Dept. of, 1994 6-7
Aging, Commission of, 1994 8
Aging, Dept. on, 1991 9-10
Aging, Dept. on, 1992 11-12
Aging, Dept. on, 1993 13
Agriculture, Dept. of, 1991 14
Agriculture, Dept. of, 1992 15-16
Agriculture, Dept. of, 1993 17
Agriculture, Dept. of, 1994 18
Alcohol, Drug Abuse Commission, 1991 19-20
Alcohol, Drug Abuse Commission, 1992 21
Alcohol, Drug Abuse Commission, 1993 22
Alcohol, Drug Abuse Commission, 1994 23
Arts, Commission on the, 1991 24
Arts, Commission on the, 1992 25
Arts, Commission on the, 1993 26
Arts, Commission on the, 1994 27
Attorney General, Office of the State, 1991 28-30
Attorney General, Office of the State, 1992 5 1-2
Attorney General, Office of the State, 1993 3-5
Attorney General, Office of the State, 1994 6-8
Appropriations Committee, 1991 9
Auditors of Public Accounts, 1992 10
Auditors of Public Accounts, 1993 11
Auditors of Public Accounts, 1994 12
Banking, Dept. of, 1991 13-14
Banking, Dept. of, 1992 15-18
Banking, Dept. of, 1993 19-23
Banking, Dept. of, 1994 24
Bicentennial Commission of Connecticut, 1987-1991 25
Blind, Board of Education and Services for the, 1991 26
Blind, Board of Education and Services for the, 1992 27
Blind, Board of Education and Services for the, 1993 28
Blind, Board of Education and Services for the, 1994 29
Bonding Commission, 1991 30
Chief Medical Examiner, 1994 31
Chief State's Attorney, 1991 32-34
Chief State's Attorney, 1992 6 1-2
Chief State's Attorney, 1993 3-4
Chief State's Attorney, 1994 5
Child Support Enforcement Division, 1991 6-7
Child Support Enforcement Division, 1992 8-12
Child Support Enforcement Division, 1993 13-18
Child Support Enforcement Division, 1994 19-20
Children and Families, Dept. of, 1994 21-22
Children and Youth Services, Dept. of, 1991 23-28
Children and Youth Services, Dept. of, 1992 7 1-6
Children and Youth Services, Dept. of, 1993 7-10
Claims Commissioner, Office of the, 1991 11
Claims Commissioner, Office of the, 1992 12
Claims Commissioner, Office of the, 1993 13
Comptroller, Office of the State, 1991 14
Comptroller, Office of the State, 1992 15-16
Comptroller, Office of the State, 1993 17
Comptroller, Office of the State, 1994 18
Connecticut Housing Finance Authority, 1991 19
Connecticut Housing Finance Authority, 1992 20
Connecticut Housing Finance Authority, 1993 21
Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority, 1991 22
Connecticut Service Corps, 1991 23
Consumer Counsel, Office of, 1991 24
Consumer Protection, Dept. of, 1991 25-31
Consumer Protection, Dept. of, A-L, 1992 32-35
Consumer Protection, Dept. of, M-Z, 1992 8 1-3
Consumer Protection, Dept. of, 1993 4-7
Consumer Protection, Dept. of, 1994 8-9
Correction, Dept. of, 1991 10-23
Correction, Dept. of, A-F, 1992 24-27
Correction, Dept. of, G-Z, 1992 9 1-10
Correction, Dept. of, 1993 11-21
Correction, Dept. of, 1994 22-23
Correction, Dept. of: Sentence Review Division, 1991 24
Deaf and Hearing Impaired, Commission on, 1992 25
Deaf and Hearing Impaired, Commission on, 1993 26
Deaf and Hearing Impaired, Commission on, 1994 27
Disabilities, Office of Protection and Advocacy for Persons with, 1991 28
Disabilities, Office of Protection and Advocacy for Persons with, 1992 29
Disabilities, Office of Protection and Advocacy for Persons with, 1993 30
Disabilities, Office of Protection and Advocacy for Persons with, 1994 31
Economic Development, Dept. of, 1991 10 1-12
Economic Development, Dept. of, 1992 13-24
Economic Development, Dept. of, A-F, 1993 25-30
Economic Development, Dept. of, G-Z, 1993 11 1-11
Economic Development, Dept. of, 1994 12-18
Education, Dept. of, 1991 19-32
Education, Dept. of, 1992 12 1-10
Education, Dept. of, 1993 11-20
Education, Dept. of, 1994 21-22
Education, U.S. Dept. of, 1991 23
Education, U.S. Dept. of, 1992 24
Emergency Management, Office of, 1991 25
Emergency Management, Office of, 1992 26
Emergency Management, Office of, 1993 27
Environmental Protection, Dept. of, A-E, 1991 28-34
Environmental Protection, Dept. of, F-Z, 1991 13 1-20
Environmental Protection, Dept. of, A-G, 1992 21-29
Environmental Protection, Dept. of, H-Z, 1992 14 1-15
Environmental Protection, Dept. of, 1993 16-27
Environmental Protection, Dept. of, A-L, 1994 28-31
Environmental Protection, Dept. of, M-Z, 1994 15 1-3
Environmental Protection, Dept. of, Clean air, 1991-1992 4
Environmental Protection, Dept. of, Clean water / Long Island Sound, 1992, undated 5
Environmental Protection, Dept. of, News clippings, reports, printed material, 1991-1992 6
Environmental Protection, Dept. of, Recycling, 1991-1992 7
Ethics Commission, 1991 8
Ethics Commission, 1992 9
Ethics Commission, 1993 10
Freedom of Information Commission, 1991 11
Freedom of Information Commission, 1992 12
Freedom of Information Commission, 1993 13
Freedom of Information Commission, 1994 14
Government Reorganization, Commission to Effect, 1991 15
Health Services, Dept. of, 1991 16-31
Health Services, Dept. of, A-L, 1992 32-38
Health Services, Dept. of, M-Z, 1992 16 1-4
Higher Education, Dept. of, 1991 5-7
Higher Education, Dept. of, 1992 8-12
Higher Education, Dept. of, 1993 13-15
Higher Education, Dept. of, 1994 16-17
Historical Commission, 1991 18
Historical Commission, 1992 19
Historical Commission, 1993 20
Historical Commission, 1994 21
Hospitals and Health Care, Commission on, 1991 22
Hospitals and Health Care, Commission on, 1992 23-24
Hospitals and Health Care, Commission on, 1993 25
Hospitals and Health Care, Commission on, 1994 26
Housing, Dept. of, 1991 27-32
Housing, Dept. of, 1992 17 1-8
Housing, Dept. of, 1993 9-14
Housing, Dept. of, 1994 15-16
Housing and Urban Development, U.S. Dept. of, 1991 17
Human Resources, Dept. of, 1991 18-24
Human Resources, Dept. of, 1992 25-31
Human Resources, Dept. of, 1993 18 1-3
Human Resources, Dept. of, 1994 4
Human Rights and Opportunities, Commission on, 1991 5-7
Human Rights and Opportunities, Commission on, 1992 8-12
Human Rights and Opportunities, Commission on, 1993 13-15
Human Rights and Opportunities, Commission on, 1994 16-17
Human Rights and Opportunities, Commission on, Indian Affairs, 1991 18
Human Rights and Opportunities, Commission on, Indian Affairs, 1992 19
Human Rights and Opportunities, Commission on, Indian Affairs, 1993 20-22
Human Rights and Opportunities, Commission on, Indian Affairs, 1994 23
Income Maintenance, Dept. of, A-F, 1991 24-27
Income Maintenance, Dept. of, G-Z, 1991 19 1-10
Income Maintenance, Dept. of, 1992 11-26
Insurance Dept., 1991 20 1-7
Insurance Dept., 1992 8-17
Insurance Dept., 1993 18-23
Insurance Dept., 1994 24-26
Interior, U.S. Dept. of the, 1991 21 1
Judicial Dept., 1991 2-11
Judicial Dept., 1992 12-21
Judicial Dept., A-H, 1993 22-28
Judicial Dept., I-Z, 1993 22 1-5
Judicial Dept., 1994 6-8
Labor, Dept. of, 1991 9-13
Labor, Dept. of, 1992 14-24
Labor, Dept. of, 1993 23 1-7
Labor, Dept. of, 1994 8-11
Labor, Dept. of, Unemployment Compensation, 1991 12-13
Labor, Dept. of, Unemployment Compensation, 1992 14-17
Labor, Dept. of, Unemployment Compensation, 1993 18-20
Labor, U.S. Dept. of, 1991 21
Legislative Management, Joint Commission on, 1991 22
Library, Connecticut State, 1991 23-25
Library, Connecticut State, 1992 26-28
Library, Connecticut State, 1993 29
Library, Connecticut State, 1994 30
Liquor Control, Dept. of, 1991 31
Liquor Control, Dept. of, 1992 32
Liquor Control, Dept. of, 1993 33
Liquor Control, Dept. of, 1994 34
Mental Health, Dept. of, 1991 24 1-7
Mental Health, Dept. of, 1992 8-12
Mental Health, Dept. of, 1993 13-23
Mental Health, Dept. of, 1994 24-25
Mental Retardation, Dept. of, 1991 25 1-10
Mental Retardation, Dept. of, 1992 11-17
Mental Retardation, Dept. of, 1993 18-22
Mental Retardation, Dept. of, 1994 23-24
Military Dept., 1991 25
Military Dept., 1992 26
Military Dept., 1993 27-28
Military Dept., 1994 29
Motor Vehicles, Dept. of, 1991 26 1-14
Motor Vehicles, Dept. of, A-L, 1992 15-29
Motor Vehicles, Dept. of, M-Z, 1992 27 1-11
Motor Vehicles, Dept. of, 1993 12-25
Motor Vehicles, Dept. of, 1994 26-28
Pardons, Board of, 1991 28 1-6
Pardons, Board of, 1992 7-8
Pardons, Board of, 1993 9-10
Pardons, Board of, 1994 11-13
Parole, Board of, 1991 14-17
Parole, Board of, 1992 18
Parole, Board of, 1993 19
Policy and Management, Office of, 1991 20-29
Policy and Management, Office of, 1992 29 1-9
Policy and Management, Office of, 1993 10-13
Policy and Management, Office of, 1994 14
Public Health and Addiction Services, Dept. of, 1993 15-24
Public Health, Dept. of, 1994 25-31
Public Safety, Dept. of, 1991 30 1-13
Public Safety, Dept. of, 1992 14-22
Public Safety, Dept. of, 1993 23-30
Public Safety, Dept. of, 1994 31 1-4
Public Utility Control, Dept. of, 1991 5-6
Public Utility Control, Dept. of, 1992 7-12
Public Utility Control, Dept. of, 1993 13-16
Public Utility Control, Dept. of, 1994 17
Public Works, Dept. of, 1991 18-19
Public Works, Dept. of, 1992 20-22
Public Works, Dept. of, 1993 23-25
Public Works, Dept. of, 1994 26
Real Estate Commission, 1991 27
Real Estate Commission, 1992 28
Real Estate Commission, 1993 29
Rehabilitation Services, Division of, 1991 30
Rehabilitation Services, Bureau of, 1992 31
Rehabilitation Services, Bureau of, 1993 32
Rehabilitation Services, Bureau of, 1994 33
Retirement Commission, State Employee, 1992 34
Retirement Commission, State Employee, 1993 35
Revenue Services, Dept. of, 1991 32 1-20
Revenue Services, Dept. of, A-F, 1992 21-28
Revenue Services, Dept. of, G-Z, 1992 33 1-12
Revenue Services, Dept. of, 1993 13-23
Revenue Services, Dept. of, 1994 24-28
Secretary of the State, 1991 34 1
Secretary of the State, 1992 2-4
Secretary of the State, 1993 5
Secretary of the State, 1994 6
Social Services, Dept. of, 1993 7-14
Social Services, Dept. of, 1994 15
Special Revenue, Division of, 1991 16-17
Special Revenue, Division of, 1992 18-22
Special Revenue, Division of, 1993 23-25
Special Revenue, Division of, 1994 26-27
Teachers' Retirement Board, 1991, 1993 28
Transportation, Dept. of, A-B, 1991 29-33
Transportation, Dept. of, C-S, 1991 35 1-23
Transportation, Dept. of, T-Z, 1991 36 1-3
Transportation, Dept. of, A-L, 1992 4-25
Transportation, Dept. of, M-Z, 1992 37 1-19
Transportation, Dept. of, A-F, 1993 20-30
Transportation, Dept. of, G-Z, 1993 38 1-28
Transportation, Dept. of, 1994 29-38
Treasurer, Office of the State, 1991 39 1
Treasurer, Office of the State, 1992 2
Treasurer, Office of the State, 1993 3
Treasurer, Office of the State, 1994 4
U.S. Senators, Christopher Dodd, 1993 5
U.S. Senators, Christopher Dodd, 1994 6
U.S. Senators, Joseph Lieberman, 1993 7
U.S. Senators, Joseph Lieberman, 1994 8
University of Connecticut, 1991 9-10
University of Connecticut, 1993 11
University of Connecticut, 1994 12
Veterans' Affairs, Dept. of, 1991 13
Veterans' Affairs, Dept. of, 1992 14
Veterans' Affairs, Dept. of, 1993 15
Veterans' Affairs, Dept. of, 1994 16
Victim Services, Commission on, 1991 17
Victim Services, Commission on, 1992 18
Victim Services, Commission on, 1993 19
Women, Permanent Commission on the Status of, 1992-1994 20
Worker's Compensation Commission, 1991 21-25
Worker's Compensation Commission, 1992 26-31
Worker's Compensation Commission, 1993 32-36
Worker's Compensation Commission, 1994 37-38
Greeting, Support, and Thank You Letters 40
Greeting letters, 1993 1-7
Reelection, 1993 8-10
Reelection decision, 1993 September-October 11-12
Support letters, 1991-1992 13
Support letters, 1993 14-19
Thank you from Gov. Weicker, 1993 20-25
Thank you to Gov. Weicker, 1993 26-27
Issue Letters 41
A Connecticut Party, 1991-1992 1
Abortion, 1991-1993 2-3
Acid rain, 1993 February 4
Aging, Dept. of, Budget cuts, 1992 5
Aging, Dept. of, Reorganization, 1993 January 6
AIDS, 1992 June 7
Amtrak electrification project, 1993 October-December 8
Annexation of land by the Mashantucket Pequots, 1993 9-11
Appointments, 1991-1992 12
Autographed photos, 1992 13
Autographed photos, 1993 14
Autographed photos, 1994 15
Blue Hills Hospital residential program, 1993 February 16
Bottle Bill II, 1993 January-July 17-25
Bridgeport incarceration facility, 1993 June-July 26
Bridgeport office, 1993 April 27
Budget, A-G, 1991 28-34
Budget, H-Z, 1991 42 1-10
Budget, Citizen advocacy, 1991 11
Budget, Petitions, 1991 12
Budget, 1992 13-21
Budget, 1993 22-27
Budget, News clippings, 1992-1993 28
Budget, 1994 29
Busing to private schools, 1993 43 1-2
Cablevision of Connecticut, 1993 March-April 3
Casino gambling, 1991-1993 4-13
Casino gambling, 1994 14
Cheshire corrections facility, 1993 15
Child desegregation, 1992-1993 March 16
Cigarette sales by the Golden Hill Paugussetts, 1993 17
ConnPace, 1993 18-19
Cooperative Library Service Units budget cuts, 1992 20
Cooperative Library Service Units budget cuts, 1993 21-30
Cooperative Library Service Units budget cuts, 1994 31
County dispatch services, 1993 February 44 1
David Brinkley show, 1992 February 2
Death penalty, 1993 3-5
Death penalty, 1994 June 6
Drug free America, 1993 April 7
Eagle scouts, 1992 8-13
Eagle scouts, 1993 14-20
Eagle scouts, 1994 January-May 21-23
Education budget cuts, 1992 October-1993 June 24
Electric transmission line between Bridgeport and Norwalk, 1993 June-1994 March 25-26
Electric transmission line, New Canaan, 1993 February-November 27
Emissions contract, 1993 December-1994 January 28
Farmington River wild and scenic river designation, 1992 May-1993 May 29-32
Federal issues, 1991 33-39
Federal issues, 1992 45 1-5
Federal issues, 1993 6-13
Federal issues, 1994 14-15
Federal Unemployment Act, 1992 January-September 16
Former inmate pardons, 1993 February-March 17
Gambling, 1992-1993 18-20
Gold Scout gold award, 1994 February-April 21
Golden Hill Paugussett Indians, 1994 January 22
Grants, 1991 23
Gun control, 1993 December-1994 June 24-26
Guns for Goods program, 1994 April-June 27
Gynecologists as primary care physicians, 1994 January 28
Hartford Civic Center / hockey team, 1993 April-May 29
Hispanic affairs, 1991-1994 30
History and Genealogy (State Library), 1994 January 31
Homeless, 1991-1993 32
Income tax news clippings, 1991 33
Income tax repair bill, 1991-1993 34-35
Inmate pardons, 1993 December-1994 January 36
J.T. Slocumb Company layoffs, 1993 February 37
Land claim by the Golden Hill Paugussett Indians, 1993 April-December 46 1-3
Lapointe, Richard, 1993 February-March 4
Legal issues, 1991 6-11
Legal issues, 1992 12-14
Legal issues, 1993 15-16
Legal issues, 1994 17-18
Legislation, 1991 19-25
Legislation, 1992 47 1-9
Legislation, 1993 10-23
Legislation, 1994 48 1-6
Local issues, 1991 7-8
Local issues, 1992 9-11
Local issues, 1993 12-13
Local issues, 1994 14
Licensing and inspection fees, 1993 March 15
Litchfield Correctional Center closing, 1993 April 16
Medicare (S.B. 1055), 1993 June August 17-20
Mental Health, Dept. of, budget cuts, 1992-1993 21-24
Mental health merger (S.B. 93), 1994 March 25-26
Mental Retardation, Dept. of, budget cuts, 1992 September-1993 February 27
Morgan Street Detention Center closing, 1993 June-September 28
Motor Vehicles, Dept. of, Bridgeport office relocation, 1993 49 1
Multiple issues, 1992-1992 2
National Day of Prayer, 1993 January-May 2-6
National Governors' Association, 1994 7
No tax penalties, 1993 February-April 8
North Atlantic Free Trade Agreement, 1993 August-October 9
Northeast Connecticut Alcohol Council, 1993 March 10
Nursing home allowances, 1993 July-November 11
Out of state requests, 1993 December-1994 February 12
Parker, William, 1992-1993 13
Patriots football in Hartford, 1993 July-September 14
Plainfield Greyhound Park, 1993 February 15
Political, 1991 16
Political, 1992 17
Political, 1993 18
Political, 1994 19
Pratt & Whitney Aircraft Co. layoffs, 1993 April 20
Purchase of service project (rebidding), 1994 February-May 21-22
Recipes, 1991 23-25
Recipes, 1992 26-28
Recipes, 1993 29
Recipes, 1994 January-March 30
Recommendations, 1991 31
Recreation and Natural Heritage Trust Program, 1992 December-1993 February 32
Recreation and Natural Heritage Trust Program, 1994 January-March 33
Resume responses, 1993 34
Resume responses, 1994 January-February 35
Route 7 (Super 7), 1992 36-37
Route 59 and Merritt Parkway, 1992 August 38
Same sex marriage, 1993 September 39
Seawolf submarine program, 1992 March 40
Separation of powers, 1993 April 41
Sexual orientation discrimination, 1992 July-1993 November 42
Shakespeare Theater, 1993 August-November 43
Southbury Training School, 1993 December-1994 February 44
Southern New England Telephone (SNET) rate increases, 1993 45
Special elections on Saturday, 1992-1993 46
Spranzo v. Taylor accident, 1994 March 47
State employee layoff news clippings, 1991-1992 48
Statute of limitations for securities fraud (H.B. 7290), 1993 50 1-5
Suggestions, 1993 February-March 6
Summer internships, 1991 April-June 7
Tax suggestions, 1993 December 8
Taxes news clippings, 1991-1992 9
Toddy Hill and Still Hill (Sandy Hook, Conn.) residents protest of power station, 1993 January 10
Tourism, 1991 February-June 11
Unemployment compensation, 1993 April 12
United Way, 1991 13
University of Connecticut branch closings, 1993 February-March 14
University of Connecticut budget cuts, 1993 15
University of Connecticut, School of Allied Health closing, 1993 16-20
University of Connecticut, School of Family Studies closing, 1993 21-22
Valley Transit budget cuts, 1993 March-April 23
Volunteers, 1991 24
Welfare reform, 1992 December 25
Worker's Compensation system, 1992 November-1993 May 26-27
Yale New Haven Hospital 1993 budget, 1992 September 28
Address lists and form letters, 1991-1994 29-36
Mag Letters 51
Issue letters, 1991-1992 1-2
Historical file, 1991-1993 3-7
One time letters, 1991, undated 8
Miscellaneous Letters
1991 9-23
1992 52 1-24
1993 53 1-15
1994 16-33
Audiovisual and Published Material 54
Series 2. Press Files, 1991-1994, Accession: 1995-031
Box Folder
Research America, What is it?, 1990 August 23 1 1
Governor-elect Weicker makes key appointments, 1990 November 16 2
Inaugural remarks by Gov. Weicker, 1991 January 9 3
Analysis of Gov. Weicker's plan and the Finance Committee's alternative, 1991 March 14 4
Gov. Weicker nominates nine to the Board of Parole, 1991 April 17 5
Connecticut Housing Finance Authority (CHFA), 1991 April 23 6
Ethics Commission nominations, 1991 April 23 7
Overcrowding Commission appointments, 1991 April 23 8
Tax information released, 1991 April 23 9
Claims Commissioner nominated, 1991 April 29 10
Dept. of Children and Youth Services Advisory Board, 1991 April 29 11
Freedom of Information Commission renominations, 1991 April 29 12
Gelston nominated to siting council, 1991 April 29 13
Gengras nominated to head Convention Center Authority, 1991 April 29 14
Kratovil nominated to Gaming Commission, 1991 April 29 15
Merchant nominated as Consumer Counsel, 1991 April 29 16
Nominations to Bradley International Commission, 1991 April 29 17
Sherry Banks-Cohn named Arts Commission Chair, 1991 April 29 18
State Labor Board nominations, 1991 April 29 19
Architectural Licensing Board and Real Estate Commission appointments, 1991 April 30 20
Indian gaming, 1991 April 30 21
Veto of traffic quotas, 1991 April 30 22
Statement of Gov. Weicker on signing of H.B. 7133 for gay rights, 1991 May 1 23
Superior Court judges, 1991 May 1 24
Miller appointed as Connecticut Health and Educational Facilities Authority (CHEFA) member, 1991 May 6 25
Ethics, 1991 May 7 26
Connecticut receives assistance form National Governors" Association (NGA), 1991 May 10 27
Energy conservation program on-line, 1991 May 10 28
Two nominated to Board of Pardons, 1991 May 10 29
Bipartisan letter on spending caps, 1991 May 14 30
Connecticut wins state grant given by National Science Foundation, 1991 May 14 31
Casino gambling, 1991 May 16 32
Letter to Manuel Lujan on proposed gaming, 1991 May 17 33
Connecticut Health and Educational Facilities Authority and Connecticut Higher Education Supplemental Loan Authority appointments, 1991 May 17 34
Medical Examining Board, 1991 May 17 35
State Parks, 1991 May 17 36
Letter to Sen. Gary A. Hale, 1991 May 23 37
Ansonia Copper & Brass, 1991 May 24 38
Base closure, 1991 May 28 39
Copy of magazine article on "The States, A Special Report;" FW ranking of states, 1991 May 28 40
National Institutes of Health (NIH) dedicates building to Gov. Weicker, 1991 May 30 41
Agricultural Experiment Station appointment, 1991 May 31 42
Budget veto, 1991 May 31 43
Veto of S.H.B. 6229, 1991 June 3 44
Connecticut Housing Finance Authority (CHFA) mortgages, 1991 June 4 45
Student Advisory Council, 1991 June 4 46
Trooper death, 1991 June 5 47
Veto of S.S.B. 623, 1991 June 6 48
Milk pricing law, 1991 June 7 49
Bridgeport bill, 1991 June 10 50
Governor's Budget Summary Revised, 1991 June 11 51
Veto H.B. 5539, 1991 June 11 52
Appointments, 1991 June 14 53
Camp Weicker, 1991 June 14 54
Gov. Weicker's Youth Action Awards, 1991 June 17 55
1991 Dairy Farm of Distinction Awards, 1991 June 18 56
Appointments, 1991 June 19 57
Community Colleges, 1991 June 19 58
Small Business and Marketing Authority, 1991 June 19 59
Gov. Weicker's appointments, 1991 June 25 60
A. Searle Field appointment, 1991 June 27 61
University of Connecticut Board of Trustees, 1991 June 27 62
Bills signed, 1991 June 28 63
Bills signed, 1991 June 28 64
Tentative plan to deliver essential state services, 1991 June 28 65
S.H.B. 5203 on death penalty, 1991 June 28 66
The People's Budget, undated 67
Veto of Emergency Certified Bill 8006, 1991 June 30 68
Constitutional spending cap to limit state spending, undated 69
Coalition II: Flaws, 1991 July 1 70
Essential services plan outlined, 1991 July 1 71
Gov. Weicker implements essential services plan, 1991 July 2 72
Gov. Weicker continues essential services plan, 1991 July 2 73
State beaches to reopen, 1991 July 3 74
Connecticut State University trustees, 1991 July 5 75
Veto S.H.B. 6242, 1991 July 5 76
Reopening of government, 1991 July 7 77
Continuing resolution, 1991 July 9 78
Gov. Weicker's statement to the people, 1991 July 16 79
Connecticut Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission (CADAC), 1991 July 19 80
A proposal to the General Assembly, undated 81
Northeast Utilities nuclear incident reports, undated 82
Various appointments, 1991 July 29 83
Appointments, 1991 July 31 84
Coalition III: Flaws, 1991 August 3 85
Larson response to Weicker, comments on Coalition III, undated 86
Coalition III executive orders, 1991 August 4 87
Gov. Weicker issues executive order, permits continued government operations, 1991 August 5 88
Coalition III veto message, 1991 August 7 89
Gov. Weicker speech about veto of Coalition III budget, 1991 August 7 90
Veto speech, 1991 August 7 91
Grandma Smith, 1991 August 8 92
Various appointments, 1991 August 9 93
Piggyback proposal, 1991 August 15 94
Where are the cuts, 1991 August 15 95
Harbormaster press release, 1991 August 16 96
City of Bridgeport, public safety emergency letter, 1991 August 19 97
Hurricane Bob, 1991 August 19 98
The Connecticut Comeback Plan, Senators Spellman, Hale, & Herbst, 1991 August 20 99
Superior Court Judge nominated, Robert I. Berdon, 1991 August 26 100
Disaster relief, 1991 August 26 101
Long term care insurance, 1991 August 29 102
Alan Schoenhaus, 1991 August 29 103
President Bush declares Connecticut a disaster area from Hurricane Bob, 1991 August 30 104
Government study group appointments, 1991 September 4 105
Letter to Bridgeport Mayor Moran reiterating State's position on assistance to city, 1991 September 9 106
Cibes letter to Federal Emergency Management Agency on additional assistance to counties, 1991 September 10 107
Gov. Weicker makes appointments, 1991 September 10 108
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) approval, 1991 September 11 109
Connecticut's $690 million G.O. financing rated AA by Fitch press release, 1991 September 12 110
Response to bond ratings, 1991 September 13 111
Gov. Weicker makes appointments, 1991 September 17 112
Gov. Weicker's speech on Connecticut Mental Health Center 25th anniversary, 1991 September 21 113
Appointments to Council of Agricultural Development, 1991 September 24 114
Dept. Of Housing small cities grant, 1991 September 25 115
Drug Enforcement Program and federal Drug Control and System Improvement Program grant funds, 1991 October 2 116
National education goals summary, 1991 October 2 117
Where does the money go?, 1991 October 3 118
Workforce predictions, 1991 October 3 119
Gov. Wicker announces grants to municipalities, 1991 October 4 120
Lincoln portrait (sheet music), 1991 October 5 121
Office of Policy and Management (OPM) repeal option, undated 122
Reappointment Commission, 1991 October 5 123
Appointments to Export Trade Panel, 1991 October 7 124
Appointments to State board of Mediation and Arbitration, 1991 October 7 125
Gov. Weicker makes various appointments, 1991 October 7 126
Appointments to municipal training, 1991 October 8 127
Appointments to Connecticut State Employees Retirement Commission, 1991 October 9 128
Appointments to State Insurance Purchasing Board, 1991 October 9 129
Chubb Fellow lecture, 1991 October 9 130
Appointments to Department of Education Arbitration Panel, 1991 October 16 131
Layoff tally report, 1991 October 17 132
Moody's rates Connecticut economic recovery, 1991 October 21 133
1991 food drive, 1991 October 22 134
Advocate news clip, "Weicker resolute on personal income tax", 1991 October 24 135
Gov. Wicker's convocation address at Gallaudet University, 1991 October 25 136
Connecticut Poll, state politics and budget, 1991 October 27 137
National Governors" Association (NGA) report mailed to General Assembly, 1991 October 30 138
Financial statement of October 31, 1991, Curry's letter to Gov. Weicker, 1991 October 31 139
Forest Practices Advisory Board, 1991 November 4 140
Work schedule reductions, 1991 November 6 141
California car put in neutral by Connecticut officials, 1991 November 7 142
Industrial Expansion in Bozrah, 1991 November 12 143
Executive summary, undated 144
State Tax Review Commission appointments, 1991 November 13 145
Where does the money go?, undated 146
What is an income tax?, undated 147
A Campaign for Connecticut, major plan to reach out to business, 1991 November 14 148
Gov. Weicker releases labor proposal, 1991 November 14 149
Gov. Weicker attends first meeting of Greater Bridgeport Recovery Economic Development Commission, 1991 November 14 150
Statement on release of the union proposal, 1991 November 14 151
Tool company relocates in Bridgeport, 1991 November 14 152
Dept. of Revenue Services (DRS) releases 1992 withholding tables and forms, 1991 November 15 153
Gov. Weicker seeks advice on disposal facility, 1991 November 15 154
Gov. Weicker reviews budget, 1991-1992, 1991 November 18 155
Tax revenue shortfall 1991-1992 state budget, 1991 November 19 156
Recommended fees, General Fund, undated 157
Gov. Weicker announces tax revenue shortfall, 1991 November 19 158
Gov. Weicker announces startup grant for innovative New London shellfish company, 1991 November 19 159
State establishes network to assist defense diversification, 1991 November 19 160
Work schedule reductions, 1991 November 20 161
Update on layoffs, 1991 November 21 162
Work schedule reductions, 1991 November 26 163
$120 million in new federal income may come to Connecticut Uncompensated Care Pool, 1991 November 27 164
Berlin manufacturer expands with state and town assistance, 1991 November 27 165
Howmet to expand Winsted site, 1991 November 27 166
State program assists Pomfret food producer, 1991 November 27 167
Lambert Day to expand in Winchester Business Park, 1991 November 29 168
Tours of the Governor's Residence, 1991 December 3 169
Hours extended at Governor's Residence, 1991 December 4 170
Repeal at any price? by Office of Policy and Management (OPM), 1991 December 4 171
50th anniversary of Pearl Harbor, 1991 December 6 172
Appointments to State board of Mediation and Arbitration, 1991 December 9 173
Governor makes appointments, 1991 December 9 174
Office of Fiscal Analysis fiscal note on S.H.B. 9010, 1991 December 9 175
Gov. Weicker remarks on alternative budget to Stanley Forum, New Britain, 1991 December 9 176
Gov. Weicker comments on alternative budget, 1991 December 9 177
Why an uncompensated care pool makes sense for Connecticut, 1991 December 9 178
Council on Mental Retardation, 1991 December 10 179
Judicial nominations, 1991 December 11 180
Emergency certified bill 9010, November Special Session, 1991 December 13 181
Funding for advanced technology centers on University of Connecticut and Yale, 1991 December 13 182
Layoff and furloughs suspended, 1991 December 13 183
State investment in unique diabetes treatment method, 1991 December 13 184
Appointments to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission, 1991 December 16 185
Appointments to Victim Services Coordinating Council, 1991 December 16 186
Cibes letter to Curry, 1991 December 16 187
State and Mashantucket Pequot tribe reach agreement, 1991 December 17 188
Connecticut becomes first state to implement partnerships to fund long term health care, 1991 December 18 189
Appointments to the Board of Examiners for Nursing, 1991 December 19 190
Appointments to Connecticut Humanities Council, 1991 December 19 191
Bill signing, 1991 December 19 192
State tentatively approves $15 million in financing for Remington Products, 1991 December 23 193
Connecticut receives $5.8 million from Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), 1991 December 24 194
Gov. Weicker announces staff appointments, 1991 December 27 195
Gov. Weicker unveils plan for quality integrated schools, 1992 January 6 2 1
Appointments, 1992 January 10 2
Gov. Weicker statement on Jim Mulvihill, 1992 January 10 3
Special election, 77th General Assembly district, 1992 January 10 4
Dominic Forsella to head Connecticut waste management agency, 1992 January 13 5
Ribicoff letter, 1992 January 13 6
Decision made for Housatonic Community College site in Bridgeport, 1992 January 13 7
Gov. Weicker meets with state employee volunteers, 1992 January 14 8
Appointments to Workers" Compensation Commission, 1992 January 16 9
Rockbestos to stay in Connecticut, 1992 January 16 10
John Blum named new Agriculture Commissioner, 1992 January 17 11
Mount Trashmore agreement, 1992 January 24 12
Letter to Barrows and Anastasia regarding Somers, 1992 January 29 13
Initiative to expand school based health centers, 1992 January 30 14
Gov. Weicker makes appointments, 1992 January 31 15
Southeastern Connecticut defense diversification, 1992 January 31 16
Gov. Weicker's State of the State message, 1992 February 5 17
Gov. Weicker's budget message, 1992 February 13 18
1991-1992 Copies of newspaper articles on Gov. Weicker on the income tax, 1991-1992 19
Gov. Weicker announces grant award for healthy planning from Johnson Foundation, 1992 February 24 20
Gov Weicker's Public Safety Committee testimony, 1992 February 27 21
Gov. Weicker announces state acquisition of four important open space parcels, 1992 February 28 22
Nominations to Milk Board and Visitors" Panels, 1992 March 2 23
Bills signed, 1992 March 4 24
King Holiday Commission & other panels members named, 1992 March 5 25
New Adjutant General named at National Guard, Col. David Gay, 1992 March 11 26
Executive Order #1, 1992 March 13 27
Executive Order #2, 1992 March 13 28
Explanatory detail for Dept. of Income Maintenance (DIM) 1992-1993 proposed budget, undated 29
Gov. Weicker's Commerce & Exploration Committee testimony, 1992 March 19 30
Agreement with Gas Company on oyster beds, 1992 March 27 31
Bills signed, 1992 March 31 32
Gov. Weicker's speech at Kennedy School of Government, 1992 March 31 33
Appointment of Robert Werner as Deputy Commissioner of Department of Children and Youth Services (DCYS), 1992 April 3 34
Appointment to environmental panel and other boards, 1992 April 7 35
February budget recommended layoff, 1992 April 8 36
Statement on MIAs, Vietnam, 1992 April 9 37
Copy of magazine article, 'the State of the States", 1992 April 22 38
Gov. Weicker announces additional hurricane aid distribution, 1992 April 23 39
Bills signed, 1992 May 1 40
Connecticut Alliance for Home Ownership Opportunities, press packets, 1992 May 1 41
Bills signed, 1992 May 2 42
Phantom Casinos, Office of Policy and Management (OPM), 1992 May 2 43
Executive Order #8, 1992 May 44
Bills signed, 1992 May 5 45
Veto H.B. 5536, 1992 May 5 46
Budget bill signed, 1992 May 6 47
Gov. Weicker's closing comments, 1992 legislative session, 1992 May 6 48
Gov. Weicker announces approval of bonding for mayor state projects, 1992 May 8 49
Gov. Weicker announces land acquisition and environmental bond authorizations, 1992 May 8 50
Bills signed, 1992 May 11 51
State files motion to modify Dept. of Children and Youth Services (DCYS) consent decree, 1992 May 11 52
Gov. Weicker House Budget Committee testimony, 1992 May 15 53
Richard Orluk named Executive Assistant in Division of Special Revenue, 1992 May 15 54
Gov. Weicker 1992 JFK Profile in Courage award winner, 1992 May 18 55
Bills signed, 1992 May 19 56
Bills signed at 3:30 PM, 1992 May 20 57
Bills signed, 1992 May 20 58
Reward letter for murder of Lawrence Biller and Brice Horowitz, 1992 May 20 59
Transfer of state land to Town of Enfield for soccer field, 1992 May 21 60
Waterbury company announces $10.5 million state assisted expansion, 1992 May 21 61
Bills signed, 1992 May 22 62
HIV testing Bill 373 signed at Stamford, 1992 May 22 63
Bills signed, 1992 May 26 64
Bills signed, 1992 May 26 65
State launches marketing campaign for economic development, 1992 May 26 66
Bills signed, 1992 May 27 67
Gov. Weicker appoints sexual violence task force, 1992 May 27 68
Gov. Weicker's Profile in Courage Award JFK Library speech, 1992 May 28 69
Bills signed, labeling dangerous toys, 1992 May 29 70
Bills signed, 1992 May 29 71
Economic development legislation, 1992 72
Bills signed AM, 1992 June 1 73
Bills signed PM, 1992 June 1 74
Copy of newspaper article on John F. Kennedy's legacy, 1992 June 1 75
Bills signed AM, 1992 June 2 76
Bills signed PM, 1992 June 2 77
Gov. Weicker announces appointment of commission on educational excellence for Connecticut, 1992 June 2 78
New director of Emergency Management, 1992 June 2 79
Bills signed, 1992 June 3 80
Bills signed and bills vetoed, 1992 June 3 81
Veto message on H.B. 5603, P.A. 92-175, 1992 June 3 82
Veto message on S.B. 491, S.A. 92-17, 1992 June 3 83
Bills signed, 1992 June 4 84
Mark Waxenberg and Jeff Stewart appointments, 1992 June 4 85
Veto message H.B. 5871, 1992 June 4 86
Veto message on H.B. 5148, P.A. 92-163, 1992 June 4 87
Robert Santy, Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Commissioner, 1992 June 5 88
Bills signed, 1992 June 8 89
Bills signed, 1992 June 8 90
Federal teams survey flood damage, 1992 June 8 91
Bills signed, 1992 June 9 92
Connecticut makes aggressive bid for 1995 Special Olympics World Games, 1992 June 10 93
Bills signed, 1992 June 11 94
Bills signed, 1992 June 11 95
Bills signed special session, 1992 June 11 96
Call of the Special Session, 1992 June 11 97
Engrossed bills, 1992 June 11 98
Special session agenda to include firearms legislation, 1992 June 11 99
Gov. Weicker meets with Education Commissioner and Student Advisory Council on Education, 1992 June 11 100
Advisory to media re Imus show, 1992 June 12 101
Disaster relief request letter, 1992 June 12 102
Gov. Weicker seeks federal disaster aid, damage estimates now top $10 million, 1992 June 12 103
List of bills signed and vetoed, 1992 June 12 104
Special Session bills, 1992 June 12 105
Veto message S.H.B. 5888, P.A. 92-258, 1992 June 12 106
Veto message S.S.B. 490, P.A. 92-226, 1992 June 12 107
Veto message S.H.B. 5862, P.A. 82-225, 1992 June 12 108
Veto message H.B. 5846, P.A. 92-256, 1992 June 12 109
Veto message S.H.B. 5269, S.A. 92-18, 1992 June 12 110
Veto message, S.H. 5895, S.A. 92-26, 1992 June 12 111
Gov. Weicker signs sweeping economic development legislation, 1992 June 12 112
Message on S.H.B. 5858, S.A. 92-27, 1992 June 13 113
Gov. Weicker's statement regarding gifts of any kind, Ethics Commission, 1992 June 15 114
Gov. Weicker's response to Larson regarding Mashantucket Pequot Indian casino, 1992 June 16 115
Gov. Weicker nominates Flemming L. Norcott, Jr. as Justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court, 1992 June 18 116
Gov. Weicker's proposal to combat youth gun violence, 1992 June 18 117
Bills signed PM, 1992 June 19 118
Bills signed Special Session, 1992 June 19 119
Gov. Weicker appoints 5 people to Superior Court, 1992 June 19 120
Tom Benedict nominated to Dept. of Public Utility and Contol (DPUC) Authority, 1992 June 24 121
Letter to Bridgeport Mayor Ganim from Bill Cibes, 1992 June 25 122
Commissioner Cioffi's memo on handguns, 1992 June 25 123
Bills vetoed Special Session, 1992 June 25 124
Veto S.B. 2900, Special Session, 1992 June 25 125
Connecticut seeks International Special Olympics, Governor to meet with site selection committee, 1992 June 26 126
E. Cortright Phillips named to Commission on Hospitals and Health Care, 1992 June 26 127
Gov. Weicker announces financing for state projects, 1992 June 26 128
Gov. Weicker's statement concerning abortion ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court, 1992 June 29 129
Fleet National named first "Preferred lender" with $200 million to break credit crunch, 1992 June 30 130
Gov. Weicker announces appointment of Greenways Committee, 1992 June 30 131
Connecticut to host 1995 Special Olympics World Summer Games, 1992 July 1 132
Foxwoods Casino memo of understanding, 1992 July 2 133
Gov. Weicker announces U.S. small business aid available to businesses, homeowners, renters at regional centers, 1992 July 2 134
Gov. Weicker manes 22 people to Birth to Three Council, 1992 July 7 135
June Special Session bills signed, 1992 July 7 136
Dr. Canonetti resigns as University of Connecticut Board Chairman, 1992 July 8 137
New members appointed to CII Board and Finance Advisory Commission, 1992 July 8 138
Gov. Weicker announces $1.8 million urban initiative funds are earmarked for children in ten cities, 1992 July 9 139
Gov. Weicker appoints Lewis B. Rome as Chairman of University of Connecticut Board of Trustees, 1992 July 9 140
SBA loan application centers will remain open one additional week, 1992 July 9 141
Proposals sought to develop Groton Marine Science/Tech Center, 1992 July 10 142
Gov. Weicker nominates five people to State Library Board, 1992 July 13 143
Gov. Weicker announces Bridgeport park and zoo acquisition and praises open state preservation for cities, 1992 July 14 144
Letter to William Curry from Commisioner Allan Crystal, 1992 July 15 145
Gov. Weicker appoints three people to Commission on Educational Excellence, 1992 July 15 146
Gov. Weicker's letter to Mr. Clayton Gengras, Jr., Chairman, Connecticut Convention Center Authority, 1992 July 15 147
Gov. Woecker nominates Edward C. Ewing to Gaming Board, 1992 July 17 148
Offer of reward letter in Connection with the murder of Arthur Newkirk, 1992 July 21 149
David Hayes honor, 1992 July 22 150
A comparison: The fiscal year 1881-1992 v. Coalition III, 1992 July 23 151
Bills signed, June 1992 Special Session, 1992 July 23 152
Frankl, Chairman of Workers" Compensation Commission, 1992 July 23 153
Bond Commission approves down payment assistance, housing initiatives, 1992 July 24 154
Financing for state project, defense diversification and high tech, 1992 July 24 155
State purchases development rights to Lebanon farm, 1992 July 24 156
Gov. Weicker, A Connecticut Party convention speech, 1992 July 25 157
Gov. Weicker nominates two to Gambling Task Force, 1992 July 27 158
Mary Collier named to interagency post, 1992 July 28 159
Appointments to Chiropractic Board and Committee on Physical Fitness, 1992 July 30 160
Gov. Weicker makes appointment to Hospital Commission, Board of Governors for Higher Education, 1992 July 30 161
Southbury Training School Board members, 1992 July 30 162
Gov. Weicker seeks support of long-term care policy, plans to address issue at summer NGA meeting in Princeton, NJ, 1992 July 31 163
Gov. Weicker appoints Task Force on Justice for Abused Children, 1992 August 5 164
Lt. Gov. Groark receives food baskets from Commissioner Blum, 1992 August 11 165
Gov. Weicker's appointment of Commissioner Prague to Physician Advisory Committee, 1992 August 14 166
Reward letter for murder of John Tadduni, 1992 August 17 167
Strong consumer interest in new long-term care insurance policies, 1992 August 17 168
Kerite Division to stay, build new facility in Seymour, 1992 August 20 169
Gov. Weicker, O-Z Gedney, 1992 August 25 170
Gov. Weicker, O-Z Gedney, $6 million package, 350 jobs retained, 1992 August 25 171
Connecticut Wine Trail dedication of Haight Vineyard in Litchfield, 1992 August 26 172
Gov. Weicker appoints five to Film Commission, 1992 August 26 173
Gwen Weltman appointment to Hospital Commission, 1992 August 27 174
Tentative agreement between Oak Hill Board and members of District 1199, 1992 August 27 175
Gov. Weicker comments on G.M. plans to sell Delco chassis, 1992 August 28 176
Gov. Weicker suggests Hurricane Andrew aid be sent through Red Cross and Salvation Army, 1992 August 28 177
Gov. Weicker announces financing for businesses and human services, 1992 August 28 178
State purchases development rights to Washington farm, 1992 August 28 179
Gov. Weicker appoints Louziotis and Werner to new positions within the administration, 1992 September 1 180
Office of Policy and Management (OPM) fact sheet on 1991-1992 budget, 1992 September 1 181
Reward letter on four arson fires in the City of New Britain, 1992 September 1 182
Watertown chosen by Torrington company for new manufacturing plant, 1992 September 3 183
Werner names new deputy executive director, 1992 September 9 184
Gov. Weicker statement on G. Fox, 1992 September 11 185
Canberra Industries to relocate to Meriden, 400 jobs retained, 1992 September 16 186
State - People's Bank $15 million loan retains Remington Products in Bridgeport, 1992 September 17 187
Milford Rivet and Machine Co. to remain in Connecticut, 1992 September 17 188
Miles Research Center dedication, 1992 September 17 189
Gov. Weicker nominates Joette Katz as Justice to Connecticut Supreme Court, 1992 September 18 190
Draft of Taborsak acceptance speech at A Connecticut Party convention, 1992 September 20 191
Kids are winners in new school readiness program, 1992 September 21 192
State to invest $3 million to diversify Kaman Aerospace, 1992 September 21 193
Gov. Weicker remarks at Connecticut Association of Realtors, 1992 September 22 194
Gov. Weicker announces Bond Commission financing of new State Police headquarters, housing, and jobs, 1992 September 25 195
State purchases development rights to two eastern Connecticut farms, 1992 September 25 196
Old State House construction to begin thanks to state grant, 1992 September 25 197
Judge Barry R. Schaller nominated to Appellate Court, 1992 September 30 198
Gov. Weicker unveils urban lending program for five cities, 1992 September 30 199
Copies of newspaper articles on Connecticut National Guard, 1992 September 30 200
Connecticut launches out-of-state marketing campaign, 1992 September 201
Gov. Weicker names Charles Howard to Judicial Selection Committee, 1992 October 1 3 1
Gov. Weicker announces grants to cities and towns for State Drug Law Enforcement Program, 1992 October 1 2
State joins in $29 million package to keep Whalers hockey team in Hartford, 1992 October 1 3
Special Olympics traveling exhibit, 1992 October 6-10 4
Care & Share kickoff, 1992 October 15 5
Gov. Weicker announces relocation of medical products firm to Shelton, 1992 October 15 6
Prototype & Plastic Mold Co., 1992 October 21 7
Gov. Weicker endorsement for President, 1992 October 21 8
Stafford Springs mill, 1992 October 21 9
Gov. Weicker named National Multiple Sclerosis Society Governor of the Year, 1992 October 29 10
Gov. Weicker appoints three to Connecticut Innovations, Inc., 1992 November 6 11
Nutmeg Scholarships, 1992 November 12 12
Gov. Weicker makes appointments to CADAC and University Board, 1992 November 13 13
Gov. Weicker, Commissioner Scherer announce small cities grants of $7.1 million to 17 communities, 1992 November 13 14
Gov. Weicker's letter to William Cibes regarding reduction of allotments to agencies, 1992 November 18 15
William Cibes letter to Gov. Weicker on 1992-1993 deficit, 1992 November 18 16
Gov. Weicker appoints pair to Judicial selection panel, 1992 November 19 17
Dorothy W. Bush condolences, 1992 November 20 18
Projected state budged deficit for 1992-1993 memo to agency heads, 1992 November 20 19
Gov. Weicker announces state approval for two more insurance companies to sell state-endorsed long-term care policies, 1992 November 23 20
Reward letter for Tania Ramsey and Carmen Fagan letters, 1992 November 23 21
Gov. Weicker announces appointments to Judicial Review Council, 1992 November 27 22
Gov. Weicker appoints Cynthia Matthews Commissioner on Aging, 1992 December 3 23
Gov. Weicker names Edgar Beckham as Chairman of the State Board of Education, 1992 December 4 24
Gov. Weicker joins the Board of Directors of Americans for Medical Progress, 1992 December 7 25
Gov. Weicker calls Saturday election to fill 29th District State Senate vacancy, 1992 December 8 26
Fleet Bank selects Connecticut for consumer loan underwriting operation, 1992 December 9 27
Governor nominates four Superior Court judges, 1992 December 12 28
Letter to President Bush regarding FEMA monies and back-up information, 1992 December 15 29
Gov. Weicker applauds Presidential decision granting disaster relief to Connecticut, 1992 December 17 30
Disaster assistance efforts move forward, 1992 December 18 31
Gov. Weicker opens new Bridgeport office, 1992 December 18 32
Gov. Weicker asks for cleanup cost waiver for Cities of Bridgeport and West Haven, 1992 December 23 33
Rep. Douglas Mintz to be nominated as judge, 1992 December 23 34
Gov.Weicker names members to Intergovernmental Commission, 1992 December 30 35
Municipal governments in Middlesex County eligible for disaster aid, 1992 December 31 36
Gov. Weicker's New Year message, 1992 December 37
Special election for House and Senate seats, 1993 January 5 38
State of the State, 1993 January 6 39
Gov. Weicker appoints Richard Treibick of Greenwich as University of Connecticut trustee, 1993 January 8 40
State and Mashantucket Pequot tribe reach agreement on annual payments, 1993 January 13 41
Decision made on downtown location for Housatonic Community College site in Bridgeport, 1993 January 13 42
Gov. Weicker nominates Ellen A. Peters for reappointment to 8 year term as Chief Justice, 1993 January 15 43
Residence tour invitation, 1993 January 19 44
Gov. Weicker nominates Richard Palmer as justice to the Connecticut Supreme Court, 1993 January 21 45
Reward letter for murder of Joseph Kulikowski, 1993 January 21 46
Bond Commission authorizations, 1993 January 22 47
Gov. Weicker appoints A. Searle Field as Chief of Staff, 1993 January 25 48
Letter to Sen. Larson from Gov. Weicker regarding memorandum of understanding with Mashantucket Pequot tribe, 1993 January 25 49
Reorganization plan presented to General Assembly, 1993 January 28 50
Bills signed, 1993 January 28 51
Welfare reform, 1993 January 31 52
Gov. Weicker's accomplishments, 1991-1993 53
Summary of siginificant spending reductions program changes, 1993-1994 54
Gov. Weicker budget message, 1993 February 3 55
Gov.Weicker 1994 budget press release, 1993 February 3 56
Gov. Weicker names Thomas J. Dudchik as deputy chief of staff, 1993 February 4 57
Dept. of Environmental Protection program reductions 1994, the proposed Environment Fund Bottle Bill, 1993 February 5 58
Statement from Office of the Governor on allegations of discrimination, 1993 February 9 59
Gov. Weicker nominates Tom Gerety to State Board of Education, 1993 February 10 60
Reward letter for murder of Susan Bova, 1993 February 11 61
Reward letter for murder of John Rooney, 1993 February 11 62
Ruth L. Pulda assists sexual harassment investigation, 1993 February 17 63
Letter to Clifton Leonhardt on Cablevision, 1993 February 17 64
Gov. Weicker announces funding for initiative to examine statewide treatment services for people addicted to alcohol and drugs, 1993 February 18 65
Veto message for H.B. 6906, income tax, 1993 February 18 66
Home mortgage program for first time buyers, 1993 February 22 67
List of judges swearing-in, 1993 February 24 68
Clinton economic stimulus spending package estimated impace on Connecticut, 1993 February 25 69
State loans manufacturer $500,000 to develop environmentally friendly cooling system, 1993 February 26 70
$4.6 million earmarked by State for economic development project, 1993 February 26 71
Local human service projects to receive state funding, 1993 February 26 72
Press releases on Bond Commission meeting, 1993 February 26 73
Local human services projects to receive state funding, 1993 February 26 74
Gov. Weicker appoints Julie Belaga to Connecticut Development Authority, 1993 March 1 75
Lt. Gov. Eunice S. Groark testimony to Education Committee, 1993 March 5 76
Gov. Weicker comments at presentation of University Medal to William C. Steeve, 1993 March 10 77
Reward letter in connection with Stamford High School fines, 1993 March 10 78
Storm Josh press releases, 1993 March 12-14 79
Gov. Weicker address to Education Committee, 1993 March 12 80
Gov. Weicker asks for U.S. aid for snow removal on emergency routes, 1993 March 15 81-82
State assists East Lyme firm's effort to diversity with $1.75 million package, 1993 March 15 83
Gov. Weicker announces emergency aid approved by White House for storm, 1993 March 16 84
Gov. Weicker statement on Bill 7263 AAC penalty and interest on personal income tax, 1993 March 17 85
Gov. Weicker announces municipal briefing schedule for U.S. storm aid, 1993 March 17 86
Gov. Weicker to attend Special Olympics, trip to Salzburg sets stage for Connecticut, 1993 March 17 87
Bills signed, 1993 March 18 88
Correction of victim name in reward letter from John Rooney to Robert Rooney, 1993 March 19 89
Marian Wright Edelman to speak on fighting child poverty, 1993 March 22 90
Bills signed, 1993 March 24 91
Connecticut makes offer to Texas, seeks to join compact for low-level radioactive waste disposal, 1993 March 29 92
Bills signed, 1993 March 31 93
Bills signed, 1993 April 1 94
Local human service projects to receive state funding, Bond Commission meeting, 1993 April 2 95
$4.1 million authorized for state economic development project, Bond Commission, 1993 April 2 96
Final report on allegations of sexual harassment in the State, 1993 April 2 97
Gov. Weicker nominates two to Superior Court, also nominates Justice Callahan for reappointment to Supreme Court, 1993 April 5 98
Bills signed, 1993 April 7 99
Gov. Weicker statement about Marian Anderson, 1993 April 8 100
Gov. Weicker nominates Craig E. Toensing to Board of Education, 1993 April 12 101
Gov. Weicker proposes moving State Police barracks of Troop G to Bridgeport, 1993 April 14 102
Gov. Weicker statement regarding Pratt & Whitney, 1993 April 14 103
Statement on meeting with Pratt & Whitney, Office of Policy and Management, and Economic Development, 1993 April 15 104
Larry Halloran testimony before the Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee, 1993 April 15 105
Bills signed, 1993 April 15 106
Gov. Weicker statement on personal income tax for 1992, 1993 April 16 107
Gov. Weicker announces formation of commission on future of libraries, 1993 April 19 108
Bills signed, 1993 April 20 109
Letter to General Assembly regarding casinos, 1993 April 21 110
Bills signed, 1993 April 21 111
Bills signed, 1993 April 22 112
Gov. Weicker announces state jumps seven places in economic ranking, 1993 April 22 113
Bond Commission economic development initiatives, 1993 April 23 114
$3 million in Yankee Ingenuity grants to universities approved by Bond Commission, 1993 April 23 115
New Wallingford child care center to receive state funding, Bond Commission meeting, 1993 April 23 116
Bond Commission housing initiatives, $23.5 million, 1993 April 23 117
Dept. of Environmental Protection waste water treatment plants, Bond Commission meeting, 1993 April 23 118
Bills signed, 1993 April 23 119
Gov. Weicker names Cathy Juni State's Victory Award winner, 1993 April 23 120
Gov. Weicker names Robert Plant to Office of Emergency Management post, 1993 April 26 121
Claudia Weicker tells mothers, "Vaccinate - It’s the best shot your baby's got", 1993 April 27 122
Memo to General Assembly regarding casino / slot machine legislation, 1993 April 28 123
Robert F. Tessier named Deputy Labor Commissioner, 1993 April 29 124
Gov. Weicker nominates Reginald Smith to Public Utilities Authority, 1993 April 30 125
State, tribe sign amended agreement, Pequots to guarantee $113 million in payments, 1993 April 30 126
Gov. Weicker nominates two new members to gaming policy board, 1993 May 3 127
Veto message on death penalty, 1993 May 4 128
Bills signed, 1993 May 4 129
Letter to General Assembly with casino editorials, 1993 May 5 130
Bills signed, 1993 May 5 131
Memo to General Assembly, 'the mirage vs. the reality", 1993 May 7 132
Dun & Bradstreet relocates headquarters to Connecticut, 1993 May 10 133
Bills signed, 1993 May 10 134
Gov. Weicker testimony to Base Realignment Commission, 1993 May 11 135
Bills signed, 1993 May 12 136
Gov. Weicker announces first issuing of December storm funds to towns, 1993 May 17 137
Bills signed, 1993 May 19 138
Bills signed and bills vetoed, 1993 May 20 139
Veto message S.H.B. 7198 grievance procedures, 1993 May 20 140
Gov. Weicker statement regarding gambling, 1993 May 21 141
Bills signed, 1993 May 28 142
Bond Commission meeting press releases, 1993 May 28 143
Bills signed, 1993 June 2 144
Bills signed, 1993 June 3 145
Bills signed, 1993 June 4 146
State reaches agreement with Pratt & Whitney on saving jobs, tax credits, job training part of package, 1993 June 4 147
UPS press release, 1993 June 4 148
Gov. Weicker seeks advisory opinion from Ethics Commission, 1993 June 7 149
Veto S.B. 6964 sprinkler systems, 1993 June 7 150
Bills signed, assault weapon, 1993 June 8 151
Bills signed, 1993 June 8 152
Gov. Weicker closing remarks for legislative session, 1993 June 9 153
Bill signed, motor vehicle emissions, 1993 June 9 154
Bill signed, 1993 June 10 155
Bills signed, 1993 June 11 156
Gov. Weicker speech at Brunswick School, 1993 June 11 157
Bills signed and vetoed, 1993 June 14 158
Gov. Weicker signs 1993 legislation to boost business climate, provide jobs, 1993 June 14 159
Witco Corp. to consolidate headquarters, 800 jobs in Connecticut, 1993 June 15 160
Gov. Weicker announces release of emergency snow removal funds to 83 cities and towns to offset March blizzard costs, 1993 June 16 161
State announces new expense reduction program, 1993 June 17 162
Bills signed, 1993 June 23 163
Bills signed, 1993 June 23 164
Press release, unemployment insurance bill signing, 1993 June 23 165
Gov. Weicker names Jewett City receiver, taps former New London manager for post, 1993 June 23 166
Gov. Weicker names John B. Meskill to lead Division of Special Revenue, 1993 June 24 167
Statement about Rep. Donald J. Davino, 1993 June 24 168
Statement, International Association of Machinists, 1993 June 24 169
Press releases, Bond Commission meeting, 1993 June 25 170
Press release, summer youth initiative, 1993 June 25 171
Statement on sub base vote, 1993 June 25 172
Press release, Dept. of Transportation (DOT) building, 1993 June 25 173
Press release, school diversity bill signing, 1993 June 28 174
Press release, reorganization bill signing, 1993 June 28 175
Bills signed AM, 1993 June 28 176
Bills signed PM, 1993 June 28 177
Bills signed, 1993 June 29 178
Bills signed, 1993 June 30 179
Bills signed, 1993 June 30 180
Terence Marloni named General Counsel, 1993 July 1 4 1
Bills signed, 1993 July 1 2
Bills signed, including message on auto insurance, 1993 July 1 3
Veto, voir dire, 1993 July 2 4
Veto, Medigap, 1993 July 2 5
Veto, Motor vehicle dealerships, 1993 July 2 6
Veto, campaign finance disclosure, 1993 July 2 7
Message, parole bill, 1993 July 2 8
Bills signed, 1993 July 2 9
Writ of election, Donald J. Davino, 1993 July 2 10
R. Michael Dunne named as Commissioner of Dept. of Administrative Services, 1993 July 8 11
Call for special session regarding bond authorizations, 1993 July 8 12
Gov. Weicker nominates two to Workers' Compensation Commission, 1993 July 9 13
Gov. Weicker names four to University of Connecticut Board of Trustees, 1993 July 10 14
Gov. Weicker nominates Christine Keller and Jon Alander to Superior Court, 1993 July 15 15
Connecticut closes year with balanced budget, Gov. Weicker announces surplus of more than $76 million, 1993 July 15 16
Reward letter in connection with murders of Gregory Burke Hodge and David DeGregario, 1993 July 15 17
Gov. Weicker names Sean C. Butterly as Claims Commissioner, 1993 July 16 18
Bill signing, 1993 July 16 19
Gov. Weicker names new members to State University and Community-Technical Colleges Boards of Trustees, 1993 July 23 20
Press releases distributed at Bond Commission meeting, 1993 July 23 21
Gov. Weicker names Stanley J. Kosloskias as Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) coordinator, 1993 July 24 22
Statement of Gov. Weicker on cigarette contraband, 1993 July 28 23
Sen. Larson statement on Colonial Realty, 1993 July 29 24
Gov. Weicker presents scholarships by the Disabled Worker Committee, 1993 August 12 25
Storm emergency funds II press release, 1993 August 17 26
Reward letter for murder of Jeannette Grice, 1993 August 20 27
Mary B. Paulsen, 1905-1993, 1993 August 24 28
Bond Commission meeting press releases, 1993 August 27 29
Future direction of Civic Center, Hartford Whalers set, landmark lease and management agreements signed by Connecticut Development Authority, 1993 September 1 30
Special session, 1993 September 3 31
Grants to cities and communities for new officers and drug enforcement, 1993 September 4 32
Gov. Weicker announces appointment of Rehabilitation Advisory Council, 1993 September 8 33
Gov. Weicker statement on gang violence, State Police assisting Hartford Police Dept., 1993 September 8 34
Gov. Weicker, Commissioner Scherer announce small cities grants of $7 million to 17 communities, 1993 September 9 35
Dept. of Public Utility and Control (DPUC) report, 1993 September 15 36
Indoor/outdoor amphitheater first of kind proposed for Hartford's North Meadows, 1993 September 15 37
Special election November 2, 1993 for Juan Figueroa and Jonathan Pelo vacancies, 1993 September 17 38
Copies of draft bill no. 8501, stadium, undated 39
Gov. Weicker announces nominations of three new Superior Court judges, 1993 September 20 40
Memorandum of understanding, State of Connecticut and New England Patriots, 1993 September 20 41
Briefing paper, relocation of the New England Patriots to Connecticut, relocation process, financing and control, 1993 September 21 42
Briefing paper, relocation of the New England Patriots to Connecticut, 1993 September 21 43
Bill signed, financing a stadium project, 1993 September 28 44
Commodity Economic Development Fund Foundation Board's first meeting, 1993 September 29 45
Gov. Weicker announces creation of Community Development Fund , Urbank II, for business in Connecticut cities, 1993 September 29 46
Gov. Weicker statement on re-election 1994, 1993 September 30 47
Gov. Weicker statement on Richard Levin, 1993 October 2 48
Heather Hunt named to Development of Public Utility and Control (DPUC) Authority, 1993 October 8 49
Reward letters, 1993 October 12 50
Gov. Weicker's Care and Share Program 1993-1994 kick-off, 1993 October 13 51
Letter to Secretary of the Navy John Dalton from Gov. Weicker, 1993 October 18 52
Claudia Weicker and state garden officials unveil completed Wild Gardens Project at Governor's Residence, 1993 October 22 53
Press Releases Bond Commission meeting, 1993 October 24 54
Press Releases Bond Commission meeting, 1993 October 25 55
Gov. Weicker orders opening of Cybulski Prison in Somers to avoid release of inmates and ease prison overcrowding, 1993 October 27 56
Tours of the Governor's Residence offer history lessons for students of all ages as the state marks 50th anniversary of purchase, 1993 November 3 57
Reward letter for murder of Evelyn "Lisa" Betancourt, 1993 November 4 58
Gov. Weicker nominates Kevin Tierney to Superior Court, 1993 November 5 59
Judge E. Eugene Spear nominated to Connecticut Appellate Court, 1993 November 5 60
Special session of October bills and statement from Governor, 1993 November 12 61
Allan Crystal to step down as Revenue Services Commissioner, 1993 November 15 62
Bridgeport and New Haven to share $96 million grant to provide services to homeless mentally ill persons, 1993 November 17 63
Gov. Weicker statement on Greater Bridgeport Mental Health Center, 1993 November 17 64
Extradition papers for Janet Griffin, 1993 November 19 65
Jan Kaplan named new director of Governor's Washington Office, 1993 November 19 66
Mashantucket Pequot chairman Richard Hayward, Gov. Weicker announce $2 million donation to 1995 Special Olympics, 1993 November 30 67
Reward letter for murder of Mark A. Salamon, 1993 December 1 68
Katherine Carver appointed as Director of Commission on Deaf and Hearing Impaired, 1993 December 3 69
Gov. Weicker authorizes reward seeking arrest in West Hartford bias case, 1993 December 3 70
Gov. Weicker names Donald Miller as Revenue Services Commissioner, 1993 December 8 71
Connecticut Development Authority (CDA) press releases Bond Commission, 1993 December 10 72
Summary and chronology of Office of Policy and Management (OPM) analytical work for the Governor, Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) enhanced emissions program, 1993 December 10 73
A. Searle Field, Chief of Staff to Gov. Weicker, Enhanced motor vehicle emissions test contract preferred bidder issues, 1993 December 14 74
Camillone named acting Dept. of Motor Vehicles (DMV) Commissioner, 1993 December 16 75
Gov. Weicker statement on Commissioner Goldberg, 1993 December 16 76
Reward letter for murder of Elizabeth Rhinehart, 1993 December 17 77
Reward letter for murder of Frances Gallo, 1993 December 17 78
Special election 26th District, February 1, 1994, New Britain, 1993 December 17 79
Nancy Hadley named Dept. of Motor Vehicles (DMV) Commissioner, 1993 December 20 80
Council for Latino and Puerto Rican Affairs, 1993 December 22 81
Reward letter for murder of Jacqueline Reynolds, 1993 December 22 82
Statement of Gov. Lowell P. Weicker on investigation, 1993 December 22 83
Welfare reform waiver letter, 1993 December 22 84
State proposes welfare reform demonstration projects, time limit on benefits to receive New Haven test, 1993 December 27 85
Gov. Weicker names Dr. Lenworth Jacobs to University of Connecticut Board of Trustees and appoints two to Judicial Selection Committee, 1993 December 28 86
School based health clinics receive foundation grant, 1993 December 28 87
State tourism study, 1993 December 28 88
Gov. Weicker's New Year message 1993, 1993 December 30 89
Gov. Weicker's significant accomplishments 1991-1993, undated 90
1995 Special Olympics World Games announces Knights of Columbus partnership, 1994 January 5 91
Gov. Weicker and state labor coalition announce landmark agreement on pay equity, 1994 January 12 92
Gov. Weicker and state legislators unveil proposals aimed at curbing gun violence and illegal gun possession, 1994 January 13 93
Gov. Weicker names Robert McKean as chair of Health and Educational Facilities Authority, 1994 January 14 94
Gov. Weicker commencement address University of New Haven, 1994 January 15 95
Statement to citizens of Bridgeport, 1994 January 18 96
Gov. Weicker appoints 26 members to Blue Ribbon Commission on the Future of the Library, 1994 January 19 97
Take a parent to school day, 1994 January 19 98
Gov. Weicker and People's Bank announce loan program for persons with disabilities to purchase equipment, 1994 January 21 99
Gov. Weicker statement on New England Patriots, 1994 January 21 100
Remarks of Gov. Weicker on bio-technology summit, 1994 January 24 101
Douglas E. Quat named Dept. of Environmental Protection (DEP) press secretary, 1994 January 24 102
Janet Polinsky named Dept. of Administrative Services (DAS) Commissioner, 1994 January 26 103
London Fog Corp. to relocate to Connecticut, 1994 January 26 104
Gov. Weicker statement on Aetna, 1994 January 28 105
Gov. Weicker names L.C. Heist of Greenwich to University of Connecticut Board of Trustees, appoints William Large to Judicial Review Council, 1994 January 28 106
Gov. Weicker mid-term budget adjustments, primer, 1994 February 107
Press Releases Bond Commission meeting, 1994 February 2 108
Health care reform, 1994 February 4 109
A. Searle Field testimony before Transportation Committee, 1994 February 8 110
Gov. Weicker announces new initiative to help children, increased funding for prisons, 1994 February 9 111
Gov Weicker proposal elimination of personal property tax, 1994 February 9 112
Dept. of Social Services, summary of budget 1994-1995, 1994 February 9 113
Gov. Weicker statement regarding Vincent Ferrandino, 1994 February 10 114
Donald Pogue named chair of Hospital Commission; Governor names Gary Smart to fill vacancy, 1994 February 14 115
Opening of Smith Barney Shearson Training Center in Hartford, 1994 February 22 116
Gov. Weicker statement on West Haven bond investment grade by Moody's Investor, 1994 February 25 117
Claudia Weicker statement before the Select Committee on Children, 1994 March 1 118
Gov. Weicker statement before the Select Committee on Children, 1994 March 1 119
Gov. Weicker's youth initiative 1994-1995, undated 120
Affirmitive Action plan, Governor's Office, 1994 March 1 121
Claudia and Gov. Weicker extend public invitation to tour executive residence, 1994 March 3 122
Statement from Gov. Weicker on Attorney General's report on emissions contract, 1994 March 10 123
Gov. Weicker announces appointments, 1994 March 11 124
Gov. Weicker completes emissions review, Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) Commissioner reaches agreement with Envirotest, 1994 March 15 125
Enhanced emissions test cost to the consumer, 1994 March 15 126
Chronology, 1994 March 15 127
Memo to Gov. Weicker from Bruce Carlson and Maryann Palmarozza, 1994 March 15 128
Letter to George Singleton, President, Envirotest Systems Corp., 1994 March 15 129
Gov. Weicker statement on emissions, 1994 March 15 130
Dept. of Motor Vehicles (DMV) emissions packet, 1994 March 15 131
State reaches agreement to purchasing site for expanded University of Connecticut-Stamford branch, 1994 March 15 132
ESP letter to Gov. Weicker, 1994 March 16 133
Reward letter for murder of Lisa Distassio, 1994 March 17 134
Reward letter for murder of Maria Perez, 1994 March 17 135
Reward letter for murder of Minnie Sutton, 1994 March 17 136
Reward letter for murder of Jane Doe, 1994 March 17 137
Reward letter for murder of Elizabeth Gandy, 1994 March 17 138
Reward letter for murder of Pamela Safford, 1994 March 17 139
Reward letter for murder of John Toddoni, 1994 March 17 140
Dept. of Environmental Protection (DEP) Bond Commission press release, 1994 March 23 141
Dept. of Environmental Protection (DEP) Bond Commission press release, $1.9 million for economic development and job training, 1994 March 23 142
Gov. Weicker announces new agreement between state, U.S. Marshals service to house federal prisoners, 1994 March 24 143
Bill signed terminating the uncompensated care pool, 1994 March 31 144
Bill signed, 1994 April 7 145
Gov. Weicker nominates Allan B. Taylor to State Board of Education, Maria Mojica to Board of Governors for Higher Education, 1994 April 8 146
Gov. Weicker statement on his personal income tax, 1994 April 18 147
Bills signed, 1994 April 19 148
Maria Cone nominated to Superior Court, 1994 April 20 149
Gov. Weicker presented with Nogi Award, 1994 April 21 150
Gov. Weicker statement on death of President Nixon, 1994 April 22 151
Bills signed, 1994 May 2 152
Letter to Carmen Diaz regarding Jim Gaudreau, intern, 1994 May 4 153
Gov. Weicker is arrested I protest at embassy, 1994 May 5 154
Bills signed, 1994 May 5 155
Guns for Goods Program Finance Advisory Committee (FAC) meeting, 1994 May 5 156
Gov. Weicker names Douglas E. Quat a press secretary; Avice Meehan to join staff of memorial Sloan-Kettering, 1994 May 5 157
Gov. Weicker appoints state boards and commissions, 1994 May 6 158
Dept. of Agriculture acquires development rights to farms, 1994 May 10 159
Bond Commission approves $5.5 million for lead pain, other housing initiatives, 1994 May 12 160
State Bond Commission approves $7.1 million for Dept. of Economic Development (DED), 1994 May 12 161
State Bond Commission approves $21.4 million to improve Long Island Sound water quality, 1994 May 13 162
Gov. Weicker statement on Betti Tianti, 1994 May 16 163
Gov Weicker statement on Attorney General's opinions on Mohegan compact, 1994 May 18 164
Bills signed, 1994 May 19 165
Bills signed, 1994 May 20 166
Bills signed, 1994 May 23 167
Bills signed, 1994 May 24 168
Bills signed, 1994 May 25 169
End of session / special session speech, 1994 May 25 170
Death penalty, 1994 May 26 171
Gov. Weicker Wesleyan commencement speech, 1994 May 29 172
Connecticut Alliance for Home Ownership Opportunities, undated 173
Bills signed, #19, #20, #21, 1994 June 2 5 1
Purchasing reform bill, 1994 June 4 2
Bills signed, #23, 1994 June 6 3
Bills signed, #24, 1994 June 7 4
Bills signed, #25, 1994 June 8 5
Gov. Weicker announces grants for youth programs in cities, 1994 June 9 6
Veto message on H.B. 5852 #27 and bills signed #28, 1994 June 9 7
Attorney General's report on Camp Weicker, 1994 June 10 8
Bills signed #29, 1994 June 10 9
Press release - Susan Shimelan, Office of Policy and Management (OPM), 1994 June 10 10
Justice of the Peace, H.B.5069, 1994 June 11 11
Gov. Weicker signs health care reform legislation, 1994 June 15 12
Gov. Weicker announces state's selection of National Service programs, 1994 June 16 13
Gov. Weicker appoints Suzette Benn chair of Health Care Access Office, 1994 June 23 14
Dept. of Mental Health (DMH) report of the Ad Hoc Committee on the Insanity Defense, 1994 June 24 15
Connecticut's Wetland restoration efforts to restore Milford salt marsh, 1994 June 24 16
Gov. Weicker commencement speech Stafford High School, 1994 June 24 17
Call of special session July 6, 1994 regarding firearms, 1994 June 24 18
Press Releases Bond Commission meeting, 1994 June 24 19
Gov. Weicker joins Pittsburgh Penguins Advisory Board, 1994 June 29 20
Gun violence legislation, 1994 June 29 21
Gov. Weicker announces third consecutive state surplus, 1994 June 30 22
Bill signing #33, 1994 July 1 23
Gov. Weicker announces appointments, 1994 July 6 24
Gov. Weicker proclamation for special session regarding guns, 1994 July 6 25
Bill signing #35, 1994 July 7 26
Gov. Weicker announces rewards, 1994 July 8 27
Technology grants, 1994 July 11 28
Gov. Weicker announces grant for courthouse security, 1994 July 12 29
Gov. Weicker approves reward, 1994 July 12 30
Allan Fairbank named executive director of Office of Health Care Access (OHCA), 1994 July 13 31
Bill signing #36, 1994 July 15 32
Gov. Weicker joins Dresing Lierman, 1994 July 20 33
Gov. Weicker statement on Groark / Rowe team, 1994 July 22 34
Gov. Weicker statement on John J. Driscoll, 1994 July 22 35
A Connecticut Party nominating convention speech, 1994 July 23 36
Gov. Weicker's reward approval, 1994 July 25 37
Pat Giardi named Dept. of Social Services Commissioner, 1994 August 4 38
Gov. Weicker announces youth center grants, 1994 August 5 39
Gov. Weicker announces $169.3 million surplus for 1994, 1994 August 23 40
Gov. Weicker authorizes reward for murder of Anson Clinton, 1994 August 26 41
Bond Commission, 1994 August 26 42
Gov. Weicker requests federal money for Litchfield company, 1994 August 29 43
Gov. Weicker nominates 13 judges, 1994 September 1 44
National Alliance of Business names Connecticut State of the Year, 1994 September 1 45
Rating Connecticut Development Authority (CDA) bonds, 1994 September 12 46
Swiss Bank relocation, 1994 September 21 47
Bond Commission, 1994 September 23 48
Miles Inc. to expand in Orange, Conn., 1994 September 29 49
Report, "For the record, " State of Connecticut, Gov. Lowell P. Weicker, 1994 September 50
Proclamation by Gov. Weicker on banking, tax, Swiss Bank, appointment of judges to Superior and Appellate Courts, 1994 October 51
IMRS, Inc. to remain in Stamford, 1994 October 3 52
Remarks from Colt's Manufacturing Company, 1994 October 3 53
Gov. Weicker cites U.S. Repeating Arms as positive sign for New Haven, 1994 October 17 54
Gov. Weicker announces appointments, 1994 October 17 55
Release of signing the bill Swiss Bank, 1994 October 17 56
Swiss Bank letter from Commissioner Joseph McGee, 1994 October 17 57
Gov. Weicker announces kick-off of 1994 Care and Share Food Drive, 1994 October 18 58
Gov. Weicker announces $11.7 million in grants for drug enforcement and educational programs, 1994 October 18 59
Connecticut Dept. of Education release, Conn. Education Commissioner praises regional plans for education quality and diversity, 1994 October 19 60
Gov. Weicker announces appointments, 1994 October 28 61
Bond commission approves $9.5 million for housing initiatives, 1994 October 28 62
Press release; State Bond Commission approves $19.1 million for urban site remediation, 1994 October 28 63
Gov. Weicker announces storm aid to six towns, 1994 October 31 64
Gov. Weicker announces two judges, 1994 November 22 65
State - MetraHealth agreement, 1994 December 2 66
West Haven Financial Review Board disbands, 1994 December 21 67
WTA Tour moves to Stamford, 1994 December 21 68
Videotapes 6
The 12 days of Christmas, News 12, Jim Murphy and Wayne Pellenberg, 1992 December 24
Gov. Weicker's address, Connecticut Youth "Challenge" program graduation, 1993 December 22
Audiotapes
Gov. Weicker and Harrison Salisbury, 1992 August 26
Gov. Weicker and Harrison Salisbury, 1992 August 28
Reporter's notebook, Dana Dieterle, "Christmas at the Weickers", 1992 December 3
Education bill signing, Connecticut Award for Excellence, Pratt & Whitney labor agreement, banking industry press conference, pres conference on various issues, Tom Scott radio show WPOP on Governor's residence, undated
Gov. Weicker, unidentified, undated
Photographs
Gov. Weicker and others at ribbon cutting ceremony of the Dept. of Public Works, 12 color photographs, 3.5 x 5 in. (Sent to the Governor by Dept. of Public Works), undated
Gov. Weicker and others at an evening reception "Pre-opening of Histeria" (with cover letter from Dana & Jim Thompson, WGCH radio, Greenwich), 6 color photographs, 4 x 6 in., 1994 December
Gov. Weicker and others attending a reception held by Local 371, signed by Robert A. Petronella, President, 7 color photographs, 8.5 x 10 in., 1994 November
Series 3. Invitations Accepted and Rejected, 1992-1993, Accession: 1995-040
Box Folder
Invitations accepted
1993, undated 55 1-23
Invitations regretted
1993 May-June 56 1-23
1993 July-October 19 57 1-26
1993 October 20-December 58 1-22
Unpersonalized invitations, 1992 November-1993 August 23-26
Miscellaneous, 1993 April-November, undated 27-29
Cancelled events, 1993 30
Series 4. Official Statements, 1994, Accession: 1995-040
Box Folder
Official statements, 1994 59 1-20
Series 5. Legal Office, 1977-1994
Box Folder
Auditor's Reports
Accession: 1995-022
Administrative Services, 1993-1994 1 1
Agriculture, Dept. of, 1992-1993 2
Arts/History, Commission on, 1993 3
CADAC 4
Chief State’s Attorney/Criminal Justice, 1993 5
Children and Families, Dept. of, 1994 6
Children and Youth Services, Dept. of 7
Comptroller, Treasurer, Secretary of the State, Attorney General, 1992-1994 7
Connecticut Innovations, 1992-1994 8
Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority (CRRA), 1994 9
Connecticut, State of, 1993 10
Connecticut, State of, 1994 2 1
Consumer Protection, Dept. of, 1993-1994 2
Corrections, Dept. of, 1993-1994 3
Economic Development, Dept. of, 1993-1994 4
Education, Dept. of, 1993-1994 5
Emergency Management, 1993 6
Environmental Protection, Dept. of, 1994 7
Ethics/FOI, 1992-1994 8
Governor’s Office, 1993-1994 9
Health Services, Dept. of 3 1
Higher Education, Dept. of, 1993 2-4
Higher Education, Dept. of, 1994 January-June 15 5-7
Higher Education, Dept. of, 1994 June 16-December 31, 2 folders 4 1-2
Housing, Dept., 1993-1994 3
Income Maintenance, Dept. of, 1993 4
Insurance, Dept. of, 1994 5
Labor, Dept. Of, 1993-1994 6
Legislative Management, Commission on, 1994 7
Lieutenant Governor, Office of, 1993 8
Liquor Control, Dept. of, 1994 9
Mental Health, Dept. of, 1993-1994 10
Mental Retardation, Dept. of, 1993-1994 5 1
Military, Dept. of, 1993 2
Miscellaneous, 1994 3
Motor Vehicles, Dept. of, 1993-1994 4
Policy and Management, Office of, 1993 5
Probate 6
Protection and Advocacy for Persons with Disabilities, Office of, 1994 7
Public Defender Services, 1994 8
Public Safety, Dept. of, 1993-1994 9
Public Utilities, 1994 10
Public Works, Dept. of, 1993-1994 11
Revenue Services, Dept. of, 1993-1994 12
Social Services, Aging, Deaf and Hearing Impaired, Human Resources, Departments of, 1993-1994 13
Soldiers, Sailors and Maine Fund, 1993 6 1
Special Revenue, Dept. of, 1993 2
Statewide Emergency Telecommunications, Bureau of, 1993 3
Thefts, Vandalism, 1993 4
Transportation, Dept. of, 1993-1994 5
Veterans Affairs, Dept. of, 1993-1994 6
Victims Services, Office of (Judicial Department), 1994 7
Wing Civil Air Patrol, 1993 8
Worker’s Compensation, 1993-1994 9
Agency Files, 1994
Accession1995-022
Administrative Services, Dept. of, 1994 6 10
Agriculture, Dept. of, 1992 11
CADAC, 1990-1993 12
CHEFA, 1993 13
[Chief Medical Examiner, Office of], 1993-1994 14
Consumer Protection, Dept. of, 1993 15
Corrections, Dept. of, 1993 16
Development Authority, Connecticut, 1992 17
Education, Dept. of, 1993 18
Ethics Commission/[Lobbyists], 1992-1993 19
Firearms Permit Examiners, Board of], 1993-1994 20
Fire Prevention and Control, Commission on, 1993-1994 7 1
Health Services, Dept. of, 1992 2
Higher Education, Connecticut Board of Governors, 1994 3
Higher Education, Dept. of, 1993 4
Hospitals and Health Care, Commission on, 1993 5
Housing, Dept. of, 1991-1994 6
[Housing Finance Authority, Connecticut], 1992 7
Human Resources, Dept. of, 1991-1992 8
Human Rights and Opportunities, Commission on Affirmative Action
Folder I, 1992 9
Folder II 8 1
Executive Director, 1990 2
[Miscellaneous], 1992-1993 3
Task Force, 1988, 1993 4
Income Maintenance, Teresa Hines, 1992 5
Information Technology, Office of, 1992, 1994 6
Insurance, Dept. of, 1990-1994 7
Judicial [Dept.], 1991-1994 8
Labor, Dept. of
[Employment Security Board of Review], 1990 9
Hamden Job Center, 1992-1993 9 1
[Miscellaneous], 1988-1994 2-3
Unemployment Compensation, 1991-1992 4
Law Revision Commission, 1993 5
Library, State, 1993-1994 6
Liquor Control, Dept. of, 1990-1994 7
Mental Health, Dept. of, 1991-1993 8
Mental Retardation, Dept. of, 1991-1994 9
Military Department, 1980-1992 10
Motor Vehicles, Dept. of, 1988-1993 11
Municipal Police Training Council, 1992 10 1
Pardons, Board of, 1991-1994 2
Policy and Management, Office of, 1992-1994 3
Psychiatric Security Review Board, 1994 4
Public Safety, Dept. of, 1990-1994 5
Public Utilities Commission, Dept. of
Bio-Gen Report, 1992 6
Cable Television, 1992-1994 7
CL&P Data for Rate Requests, Folder I, 1993-1994 8
CL&P Data for Rate Requests, Folder II, 1994 11 1
Consumer Council, Suit for Injunction, 1992 2
CT Natural Gas Corp., 1994 3
Federal Energy Regulatory Comm, 1992-1994 4
Fletcher Electric Light Co., 1992 5
Miscellaneous, 1985-1994 6
New Hampshire, Suit Against, 1992 7
SNET Correspondence, 1992-1994 8
SNET Rate Filings, 1993 9
Southern CT Gas, 1992 10
Telecommunications (1992-93) 12 1
United Illuminating Correspondence (1992-94) 2
United Illuminating Fuel Data 3
Public Works, Dept. of, 1990-1994 4
Resources Recovery Authority, CT (CRRA), 1994-1995 5
Revenue Services, Dept. of
Folders I & II, 1990-1992 6-7
Folder III, 1993-1994 13 1
Secretary of the State
Election, 1991-1993 2
Miscellaneous, 1991-1994 3
Siting Council, CT, 1992-1994 4
Social Services, [Income Maintenance], Departments of 5
Re Lorraine Manor, 1992 6
Social Services, [Income Maintenance, Human Resources], Departments of, 1992-1994 7
Special Revenue, Dept. of
Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1991-1993 8
Weekly Lottery Reports, 1992-1994 14 1-2
Transportation, Dept. of, 1993 3
Treasurer, Office of, 1993-1994 4
Accession: 1995-040
Attorney General 60
General, 1989-1994 1-2
Alim v. Connecticut, 1990 3
Check cashing suit, 1988 4
Claims, 1991 5
Downs case, 1991 6
Mashantucket Pequot Tribe v. Connecticut, 1990 7
Transportation, Dept. of, 1991 8
Comptroller, 1994 9
Consumer Protection, Dept. of, Marvin Gate, 1992-1993 10
Interest on Lawyer's Trust Account Program (IOALTA), 1991-1994, undated 11-15
Public Health and Addiction Services, Dept. of, Reardon hearing, 1993-1994 16
Subject Files
Accession: 1995-022
ACP vs Pauline Kezar, 1992 14 5
Campaign Finance Law, 1993 6
Chapman, Mark F., Letter, 1992-1993 7
Chief State’s Attorney, 1994 8
Conference on Municipalities, 1992 9
Eastern States Exposition, 1994 10
Electro Devices, Inc., 1993 11
Environmental Systems Products, Inc. (ESP), 1994 15 1
Fiscal Analysis, Office of 2
Freedom of Information, 1990-1992 3
Gun Control, 1981-1993 4
Hartford, City of, 1993 5
Hazardous Waste Management, 1992-1994 6
Health and Human Resources, Federal Dept. of, 1994 7
Health Care Reform, 1993 8
Indian Affairs Task Force, 1989-1993 9
Institute of Living, 1991 10
Justice for Abused Children Task Force, 1989-1991 11
Justices of the Peace 12
Kids Request About CT 16 1
Legislative
Correspondence, 1991-1993 2
[Legislative] Management, Joint Commission on, 1991-1994 3
Program Review Investigation Committee] 4
Regulation Review Committee, 1991,1994 5
Long Term Health Care Study, 1988 6
Management and Budget, Office of (Federal), 1993 7
MDC, 1979, 1992 8
Municipal Correspondence, 1993 9
Municipal Government, 1994 10
North American Free Trade Agreement and State Compliance, 1993-1994 11
Plainville Mall, 1993 12
Private Activity Bond Commission, 1990-1993 13
Property Tax Reform Commission, 1994 14
Protection and Advocacy for the Blind, 1994 15
Quintilliano Letters, 1991 16
Real Estate, 1989-1991 17
Reports, Misc., 1994 18
Seawolf Homeporting, 1993 19
Separation of Powers, circa 1992 17 1-3
Sexual Harassment Training 4
Shakespeare Theater/Stratford, 1992-1994 5
Teacher’s Retirement Board, 1991-1994 6
Tracy Thurman Letter, 1991 7
Welfare Reform, 1993 8
Winthrop Health Care Center, 1993 9
Wiretapping/Electronic Surveillance, 1977-1989 10
Wood Pond, Gift of Land, 1991 11
Yale Corp[oration] 12
Special Elections
Accession: 1995-040
General, 1992-1993 60 17
House of Representatives
3rd District, 1993 18
8th District, 1990 19
26th District, 1993-1994 20
43rd District, 1991 21
54th District, 1993 22
71st District, 1993 23
84th District, 1992 24
97th District, 1992 25
140th District, 1993 26
Judge of Probate
Bridgeport, 1993-1994 27
East Haddam, 1994 28
Enfield, 1994 29
Farmington, 1992 30
Lyme, 1992 31
Manchester, 1993 32
Manchester, 1994 33
North Haven, 1992 34
Old Saybrook, 1992 35
Thomaston, 1993 36
Wallingford, 1993 37
Washington, 1991 38
Waterford and New London, 1992 39
Westbrook, 1993 40
Senate
7th District, 1993 41
10th District, 1990 42
Series 6. Subject Files, 1986-1994, Accession: 1995-040
It is not clear from which part of the Governor's Office these subject files originated.
Box Folder
Affirmative Action plan for Office of the Governor, 1993-1994 61 1
Algonquin Gas Company, 1992 2
Connecticut Food Bank, 1989-1992, undated 3
Emergency regulations, 1991-1994 4-5
Ethics Commission, 1988-1993, undated 6-8
Ethics Commission, Annual Statements, 1990-1992 9
General Assembly, 1991-1992 10
Governor's Residence Conservancy
Correspondence, 1991-1993 11
Incorporation and by-laws, 1991-1993 12
Tax and estate planning conference, 1991 April 13
Grant applications and letters, 1991-1993 14-19
High Sheriff, 1994 20
Indian and casino gambling, 1986-1993 21-23
Indian liaisons, 1991 24
Lottery agent licensing, 1992 25
Mashantucket Pequot compact, 1994 26
Mohegan compact, 1993-1994, undated 27-29
Offers of reward, 1988-1994 62 1
Operation "Spring Flower", 1992 2
Pawcatuck Eastern Pequots, 1992-1994, undated 3-7
Pawcatuck Eastern Pequots, HUD grant, 1990-1993, undated 8-11
Probate Court, 1991-1994 12-13
Providence and Worcester Railroad's system design map, 1992 June-July 14
Science center, 1993 September 15
Senior citizen intern program, 1986-1989 16-17
Special session proclamations, 1992-1994 18
US Air / British Airways, 1994 19
Workers" Compensation Commission, 1990-1994 20
Series 7. Photographs, circa 1990-1993, Accession: 2003-032
Box Folder
Photographs, circa 1990-1993 1-2
Photos taken by Tony Calabrese of the Dept. of Public Works. Mostly negatives.
Unarranged.
Restricted, Accession: 1995-040
Originals of redacted records.
Records 63
Addenda, 1990-1992
Accession: 2009-012
Governor Lowell P. Weicker inaugural, Draft, 1990 December 6, 1 folder 1
Draft of inaugural arrangements for January 9, 1991.
This file is in Box 1 of Accession 2011-075
Accession: 2011-075
Governor Lowell P. Weicker inaugural, 1990 December 21, 2 copies (2 folders + 1 leather binder) 1
Inaugural arrangements for January 9, 1991.
Leather binder is in Box 2
State services shutdown contingency plan, 1991, 3 folders
Review of the 1992-93 Connecticut budget, 1992 May 14, 2 folders
Presentation to Fitch Investors Service, Inc., New York, N.Y.
Leather binder for inaugural arrangements 2
On cover of leather binder: Connecticut state seal, "Lowell P. Weicker, Jr.", and "January 9, 1991"