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Connecticut Siting Council

Freedom of Information Act Compliance Policies


The Connecticut Siting Council (Council) is committed to making its public records available to the public as quickly and conveniently as possible. Thousands of CSC documents are available electronically on our website: These documents include CSC Decisions since the early 1970s and almost all docketed filings since June 2006 (applications, interrogatory responses, correspondence, briefs, etc. in pending and closed cases). These documents may be viewed or printed.  They are also searchable. Certain documents, including large maps, public comments, or documents not available to the filer in electronic form, are not posted on the website.



Members of the public may view documents at the CSC offices during regular business hours 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. No appointment is necessary. If you would like to view a large volume of documents at the CSC office, please call the office ahead of time so that the staff can ready the documents (Call 860-827-2935 and ask for Carriann Mulcahy.)



Copies of CSC records may be requested in person or by letter. Letters should be addressed to. Linda Roberts, Executive Director, Connecticut Siting Council, Ten Franklin Square, New Britain, CT 06051. Whenever possible, the CSC will also respond to requests submitted by e-mail or on the telephone, but reserves the right to require that requests be put in letter form. Charges for ordinary paper copies are $0.25 per page. The charge for certified copies is $1.00 for the first page and $0.50 for subsequent pages. If feasible, the CSC will e-mail documents or provide them in other electronic media upon request. There is generally no charge for electronic copies of documents.


Confidential Documents

Some documents in the CSC's possession contain trade secrets or commercial or financial information given in confidence. Such documents are treated as confidential, under a Protective Order of the CSC accessible only to those persons named in the protective order and under the procedures specified in the Protective Order. The CSC will not make these documents available to the public.

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