Official PayPal Seal
      1967
a.      Certificate of Incorporation dated November 17, 1967
b.      Signed by Ella Grasso, Secretary of State; Town Clerk Theodore Moser, drafted the Land Trusts first charter and insisted that the word land be included in the title for LT most important goal was to conserve land in the town of Clinton
c.       Certificate of Incorporation signed by Howard Lyman, Martha Lee, Winifred Olsen, John Dugan and Lou Bougie
 
      1968   
a.      Parcel 68-1 Howard Kelsey  2/19/1968 (Cause Way East) 0.7AC  
b.      Parcel 68-1A Howard Kelsey (Cause Way West) 0.3 AC
c.       Parcel 68-2 Helen P. Hull –  2/19/1968 (Shore Road – Rear) 3.3 AC
      1969
a.      Parcel 69-1 Dorothy Pelton – Vol. 86 p. 184 - 10/8/1969 (Pratt Road – Hayden’s Cove) 1.7 AC
      1970
a.      Parcel 70-1 Gertrude Hurd – Vol. 86 p. 700 - 2/13/1970 (Pratt Road – Hayden’s Cove) 3.0 AC
b.      Parcel 70-2 Howard Kelsey Vol. 88 p. 258 - 9/28/1970 (Hammock Road) 3.6 AC
                                                            i.     This property effective sealed off a potential marina from being developed there.
                                                           ii.      Becomes site of first osprey platform
      1971
      1972
         a.      Parcel 72-1 Kishel Bldg. Inc –  11/22/1972 (Bargate Road) 4.7AC
      1973
a.      Parcel 73-1 Barnett Dev. Corp. – 4/24/1973 – (Airline Road – Kenilworth II) 12.2 AC
b.      Parcel 73-2 Conn. Light & Power Co. – Vol 99 p. 566 – 11/9/1973 (High St.-Indian River) 0.9AC
c.     Letter inquiring Penn-Central Transp. -to purchase 46.4 acres of protected tidal wetland by Mrs. Deane Haag, Chair Land Acquisition
 
                   1974 
       a.      Parcel 74-1 Jesse H. Buell – Vol. 100 p. 74 – 1/4/1974 – (Old Mill Rd – Indian River) 3.6AC
b.      Letter to Penn-Central redefines area to 30.8 acres, rights to the midline of Hamm. River
 
      1975
  a.      President Eugene Zawoy
  b.      Formal offer of $7500 for purchase of 30+ acres from Penn Central – goal in acquiring land is to preserve it in a natural state and protect the valuable resource of our ever diminishing tidal marshes
      1976
      a.      Parcel 76-1 Beekman v. Beavers – Vol.106 p 149 – 1/26/1976 – (High Street Indian River) 4.3 AC
      b.      Parcel 76-2 Charles B. & Edmund Rawson – Vol. 108 p.215 – 9/22/1976 (Boston Post Rd) 0.21AC
      c.      Parcel 76-3 Raymond Kotowski &Walter J. Lewis Jr – Vol. 109 p.92 – 12/30/1976 (Allen Rd) 6.2AC
      d.     Deane Haag trail completed 1976
      1977
 a.      President, Lou Bougie; Vice President Charles F Stannard
 b.      Negotiate   purchase of Penn Central property
 c.      Parcel 77-1 John O.M. Park – Vol. 110 p.252 – 5/25/1977 (Beach Park Rd.-Hammock River) 2.4AC
 d.     Parcel 77-2 Fred Gayer Jr. – Vol. 110 p.953 – 7/15/1977 (Boston Post Rd – Hammock River) 2.5AC

Danielle Capri
Author Clinton Land Trust Exhibit