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PROPOSED
NE.'W
CONSTRUCTION
for the
TEACHERS
COLLEGES
FOR THE
BIENNIUM
1955-51
The capital projects which are being requested by the Danbury State Teachers
College totaling $1,385,000 are as follows:
(These sums include architects 1
fees, PU.blic Works fees and contingencies; these three items alone take
between 20%and 25%from the construction and equipment cost).

1.

Enlarge Heating Plant
Estimated Cost

$

105,000.

Purpose: The addition to Fairfield Hall., the Gymnasium, and the Student
Union-Food Service Building will necessitate additional boilers for
heating.
A building attached to our present boiler room should be
built to accommodate boilers for the above buildings.
There will also
be adequate space in the building for one (1) additional boiler to
take care of future expansion. The building will be 40, x 601 , ceiling
18• high, three (3) boilers in line, 200 horsepower each. Each boiler
9, wide x 12• high. The building must also accommodate a water ta.nk
and pump as well as an oil circulator.

2.

Remodel Classroom Building
Estimated Cost

$

266,700.

Purpose: Construct a floor across the old gymnasium on the first floor.
Also construct a floor across the old auditorium area. Each floor
would be 40t x 1751 • Eight (8) windows will need to be reluc~ted.
The heating, lighting, ventilating and fire sprin:der systems will noec.
adjustment•
The additional room area will be used for library sta.('~S~
offices and additional classrooms. Staire are to be built from the
library to the third floor within the present library area. This will
make supervision of the floors possible with fewer staff members. In
the basement area old showers, tub, and toilets,
as well as old lockers,
are to be removed. The area will be divided into rooms for storage
am for a janitor's
workroom.

J.

Enlarge Science Building
Estimated Cost

$

648,JOO.

PUrpose: A duplicate of the present science building 601 x 11.5r in
size; two (2) stories high, plus basement. This building will be attached to the present building by an arch. The added space will pro~
vide six (6) additional laboratories.,
one large lecture room and classrooms. The need is apparent now; therefore this project is placed in
the first biennium.

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4. Purchase Land on White street
Estimated Cost

$

240,000.

Purpose: Eight (8) pieces of property wit ,h approximately 60 1 frontage
each. Houses (seven are two family houses} and garages are on each
parcel of land. All of the property abuts .l~d now owned by the college.
This land is absolutely necessary if additi~l
buildings are to be
constructed.
The purchase price should inc-lude a sum for the demolition
of the eight (8) houses and garages.
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5.

Renovation of Fairfield
Estima.ted Cost

Hall
$

12,,000.

Purpose: The renovation of Fairfield Hall dormitory is necessary to
gain entrance to the addition of the dormitory on the first floor.
The
food-service function now carried on in this building will be moved to
the new food-.service building.
The area now occupied by the ld.tchen
and dining room will be used as a passage to the c1ormit ory ad-::1.i
tion and
for additional student rooms and offices.

COMMITTEESOF 1'HE GENERAL ASSEMBLY

Announcement of the Committees of the General Assembly was made in the General
Assembly Legislative Bulletin of January 10, 1957. The membership of the three committees of particular interest to those eoneerned with educational legislation
are
listed herewith. The listing of the chief officers of the Senate and House is also
given.
THESENATE:
President, by virtue of office,
President Pro Tempore,
Majority Leader,
Minority Leader,
Clerk,

Lieutenant Governor Charles w. Jewett, Lyme
Theodore s. Ryan, Sharon
Elmer s. Watson, Wethersfield
Arthur H. Healey, NewHaven
John L, Gerardo

THEHOUSE:
Speaker,
Majority Leader,
Minority Leader,
Clerk,

Nelson c. L. Brown, II, Groton
Frederick P~pe, Jro, Fairfield
Samuels. Googel, New Britain
John Wassung

COMMITTEE
ONEDUCATION:
Senators:
Philip J. Bauer (Chm.)-Avon; Henry J, Dunleavy-Thompson; William B. Miller- Middletown; NewmanM. Marsilius, Jr.-Trumbu.11; Anthony J. Armontam,-Hartford.
Representatives:
Edwin O. Smith (Chm,)-Mansfield; Eugene J. Arcand-Sterling; Lucy~~
Hammer-Branford; Arline M. Benson-Newington; George w. Hatfield-East Haddam;
Gustaf A. Carlson-Killingworth; Bernadette C. Maynard-Lisbon; Harriet L, Clark ..Ucrnwall; Richard C. Noyes-Farmington; Hilda s. Clarke-Stamford; Alvin H. PhillipsSomers; A. Richard Cushman-NowLondon; Clinton B. Taylor-Shelton; Harold o.
Douglass-Greenwich; Roland W. Tylor-Watertown; Joseph A. Goodhue-Glastonbury;
Cornelius F. Caldwell-Derby; Frank w. Gray-Middlebury; Florence s. Lord-Marlborough; Clifford w. Hall-Ne~ Canaan.
COMMITTEE
ONFINANCE:
Senators: NewmanM. Marsilius, Jr. (Chm.)-Trumbull; Domenic Castelano-Waterbury;
Clarence G. Hummel-Seymour;Theodore F. Lynch-NewHaven; Anthony J. Armentano••
Hartford,
Representatives:
John C. Donaldson (Chm,)-Wilton; John F. Bitzer-Bloomfield;
Edward F. Palmer-Ansonia; Max F. Brevillier-Lyme; William w. Prout-Suff~ .eld;
Robert T. Cairns-Madison; Robert R. Sorel-Killingly;
Merritt M. Constock-Essex;
Arthur w. Sweeton-Canton; Francis J. Conlon-Goshen; Charles w. Terrell, Jr,Newtown; Charles Grab-Canterbury; Clarence A. Vaill-Goshen; Allan c. InnesThomaston; Anthony E. Wallace-Simsbury; George R. Kissam-Monroe; William J.
Of Brien, Jr,-Portland;
John McAdam-Guilford; Dominic J. Badolato-New Britain;
J. Raymond0 1 Connor-Winchester,
COMMITTEE
ON APPROPRIATIONS:
Senators: Stephen J. Sweeney (Chm,) Naugatuck; Andre G. Desrosiers-Willimantic;
Howard A. Hueston-Sherman; Robert L. Keeney-Somersville; John A. Minetto-West
Geshen; Arthur H. Healey-New Haven,
Representatives,
Prosper F. Lavieri (C~n.)-Barkhamsted; Beulah L. BlackmanTrumbull; Sidney s. Platt-Southbury; Kenneth P. Bosworth-Pomfret; Laurence H.
Roberts-Barkhamsted; Marjorie D. Farmer-Darien; Arthur H. Russell-Watertown;
Lilliam E. Hutton-Winchester; Rays. Warren-Manchester; Helen w. Mackie-Westport;
Claude P. Watrous-Chester; Carrie F. Mansfield-Preston; Lavergne H. Williams••
Co~umbia; Luther B. Martin;Jr.-Hartland;
Reginald H. Wood-Groton; Nicholas A.
Novaco-Danbury; Julia T. Wright-Orange; Anna May Pallanck-Union; Clara P, O'SheaBeacon Falls; James T. Patterson, ,Jr., Old Lyme; Rubin C"hen-Colchester;
Lillian E. Frink-Canterbury; Allen Mopsik-Plainfield.