Senate Bill No. 3001
               Senate Bill No. 3001

  November Special Session, PUBLIC ACT NO. 94-3

AN ACT CONCERNING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.


    Section 1. (a)  The  commissioner  of economic
development may assist  in  financing a project in
Mystic, Connecticut consisting  of  the  expansion
and improvement of  the Mystic Marinelife Aquarium
including the establishment  at  the same location
of the Institute  for  Exploration,  including the
construction of an auditorium, expansion of public
areas, construction of new marine animal exhibits,
site   improvements  and   the   acquisition   and
installation therein of  machinery  and  equipment
and other property  related  thereto,  by making a
grant-in-aid in an  amount  not  to exceed fifteen
million dollars for  the  benefit  of Sea Research
Foundation, Inc., provided  no grant shall be made
unless the Institute for Exploration is located at
the Mystic Marinelife Aquarium.
    (b)   Pursuant   to   the   requirements   and
conditions of section 15 of public act 94-2 of the
May special session,  as  amended by section 19 of
public act 94-1  of  the  October special session,
the department of  economic  development is hereby
authorized  to  award   the  financial  assistance
provided for in subsection (a) of this section.
    Sec. 2. (a)  For  the  purposes  described  in
subsection (b) of  this  section,  the  State Bond
Commission shall have the power, from time to time
to authorize the issuance of bonds of the state in
one or more  series  and  in principal amounts not
exceeding  in  the   aggregate   fifteen   million
dollars.
    (b) The proceeds of the sale of said bonds, to
the extent of  the amount stated in subsection (a)
of this section,  shall  be used by the department
of economic development  for the purpose of making
a grant-in-aid for  the  benefit  of  Sea Research
Foundation,  Inc., in  an  amount  not  to  exceed
fifteen million dollars,  for  the  expansion  and
improvement of the  Mystic  Marinelife Aquarium in
Mystic, Connecticut, including  the  establishment
at  the  same   location   of  the  Institute  for
Exploration,  including  the  construction  of  an
auditorium,    expansion    of    public    areas,
construction of new  marine  animal exhibits, site
improvements, and the acquisition and installation
therein  of  machinery  and  equipment  and  other
property related thereto.
    (c) All provisions  of  section  3-20  of  the
general statutes, or  the exercise of any right or
power granted thereby  which  are not inconsistent
with the provisions  of  this  section  are hereby
adopted and shall apply to all bonds authorized by
the  State  Bond   Commission   pursuant  to  this
section, and temporary  notes  in  anticipation of
the money to  be derived from the sale of any such
bonds so authorized  may  be  issued in accordance
with said section  3-20  and  from  time  to  time
renewed. Such bonds  shall  mature at such time or
times  not  exceeding   twenty  years  from  their
respective dates as may be provided in or pursuant
to the resolution or resolutions of the State Bond
Commission authorizing such  bonds.  None  of said
bonds shall be authorized except upon a finding by
the State Bond  Commission  that  there  has  been
filed with it  a  request  for such authorization,
which is signed  by  or on behalf of the secretary
of the office  of policy and management and states
such terms and  conditions  as said commission, in
its discretion, may  require.  Said  bonds  issued
pursuant  to  this   section   shall   be  general
obligations of the  state  and  the full faith and
credit of the state of Connecticut are pledged for
the payment of  the  principal  of and interest on
said bonds as the same become due, and accordingly
and as part  of the contract of the state with the
holders  of  said   bonds,  appropriation  of  all
amounts necessary for  punctual  payment  of  such
principal and interest  is  hereby  made,  and the
treasurer shall pay such principal and interest as
the same become due.
    Sec. 3. (a)  Notwithstanding  any provision of
the  general  statutes   to   the   contrary,  the
commissioner of transportation  shall  transfer to
the commissioner of  economic development care and
control of a  parcel  of  land located in the city
and  town  of   New   Haven,  having  an  area  of
approximately  25.71 acres,  and  bounded  by  the
following streets: To  the north by North Frontage
Road, to the west by the Ella Grasso Boulevard, to
the south by  South  Frontage  Road, also known as
Legion Avenue, and  to  the  east  by the westerly
face of the  air  rights parking garage located to
the east of  Park  Street.  Said parcel of land is
identified on a  department  of transportation map
entitled "Construction of  RTE  34/Frontage  Rds.,
Ella T. Grasso  Blvd.  &  Derby  Ave.,  Proj.  No.
92-314, Sheet 3  of  204"  as lots 1 through 6 and
the portion of the lot between Park Avenue and the
westerly face of  the  air  rights parking garage.
The commissioner of  transportation  shall  locate
the southerly highway  line of the relocated Route
34 as far  to  the  north  as possible in order to
maximize  the  size   of   said  parcel  of  land,
consistent with the  needs  of  the  department of
transportation to construct and maintain a highway
for east and west travel.
    (b)  Notwithstanding  any   provision  of  the
general statutes to the contrary, the commissioner
of economic development shall lease said parcel of
land to the  Thirty-Four  Development Corporation,
or any successor  to said corporation by change of
name only, subject to the approval of the attorney
general and the  state properties review board and
for a cost  of  not  more than one dollar per year
during the term of said lease.
    (c) The Thirty-Four Development Corporation or
such successor to  said corporation shall use said
parcel of land for biomedical, advanced technology
and other economic  base  projects, and associated
infrastructure including parking and other support
services, which projects and services are intended
to  enhance the  economic  revitalization  of  (1)
residential neighborhoods adjacent  to said parcel
and (2) the  city  and  town of New Haven. If said
parcel is not  used  for  said purposes, the lease
shall terminate.
    (d) The state  properties  review  board shall
complete its review of the lease of said parcel of
land not later  than thirty days after it receives
a  proposed  agreement   from  the  department  of
economic development.
    Sec. 4. (a)  Notwithstanding  any provision of
the  general  statutes   to   the   contrary,  the
commissioner  of  environmental   protection   may
convey  to  Homart   Development  Corporation,  by
quitclaim deed and  subject to the approval of the
state properties review  board,  such  interest as
the state may  have  in and to that portion of the
river bed of  the Mad River at the former Scoville
Brass manufacturing site  in  the city and town of
Waterbury  as  may  be  relocated  pursuant  to  a
diversion permit authorized  by said commissioner.
In  consideration  for   said   conveyance,   said
commissioner   may  require   Homart   Development
Corporation to simultaneously convey to the state,
by quitclaim deed acceptable to said commissioner,
such interest in  the  new bed of the Mad River as
relocated on the  aforementioned site, pursuant to
a   diversion   permit    authorized    by    said
commissioner, as is  equal to that which the state
might hold in  those portions of the Mad River not
located on that site.
    (b) The state  properties  review  board shall
complete its review  of said conveyances not later
than thirty days  after  it  receives  a  proposed
agreement  from the  department  of  environmental
protection. The state  treasurer shall execute and
deliver any deed  or  instrument necessary for the
conveyances   under   this    section    and   the
commissioner  of  environmental  protection  shall
have  the  sole   responsibility   for  all  other
incidents of such conveyances.
    Sec.  5.  Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subdivision (9) of subsection (a) of section 22a-6
and  chapter  60  of  the  general  statutes,  the
commissioner  of  environmental  protection  shall
have charge and  supervision  of  the  Silver Lake
reclamation project in Meriden and Berlin and may,
in accordance with  competitive bidding procedures
established  by  such   commissioner,  enter  into
contracts with any  person, firm or corporation to
carry out the purposes of said project.
    Sec. 6. Section 4 of number 244 of the special
acts of 1967,  as  amended by section 1 of special
act 75-22, is amended to read as follows:
    The annual meeting of the corporation shall be
held   in  each   calendar   year   at   Hartford,
Connecticut,  or  at   another   location   within
Connecticut, the date,  place  and  time  of  such
meeting to be determined by the board of directors
at least one  year  prior  thereto.  Notice of the
annual meeting shall  be given by publishing it at
least four times  in  a  newspaper  having general
circulation in Hartford  not less than two and nor
more  than four  weeks  before  the  date  of  the
meeting. At least four months prior to each annual
meeting, the board  of  directors  shall file with
[a] THE secretary  of the corporation the names of
[three, four or  five]  THE  persons, depending on
the number of  full  term  vacancies to be filled,
proposed by it  who  shall  be  considered thereby
nominated for election  at such meeting. The names
so filed shall  be  available  upon request to any
member of the  corporation. The names of any other
persons proposed for  nomination  as  directors by
any member of  the  corporation must be filed with
[a] THE secretary  of  the  corporation  at  least
sixty days prior to said meeting. Only the persons
who have been nominated or proposed for nomination
as herein provided shall be eligible for election,
as directors at  any  annual  meeting. If, for any
reason, any person  nominated  does  not stand for
election, the board  of  directors  may nominate a
candidate at any  time  prior to such election. At
such meeting, the  members  shall  elect, from the
persons nominated, as  many directors to serve for
a term of four years as full term vacancies exist,
and  a  report  of  the  general  affairs  of  the
corporation shall be given. If at the time of such
meeting or of  any  special  meeting the tenure in
office of any  director  terminated  prior  to the
expiration of his  term of office and such vacancy
remains unfilled, the members may elect a director
to fill such  unexpired term of office. If for any
reason the corporation  fails  to  hold  an annual
meeting in any year or fails to elect directors at
such  meeting,  the   corporation   shall  not  be
dissolved  nor  shall  its  rights  or  powers  be
impaired thereby, but  a  special  meeting  of the
members for the  election  of  directors  shall be
called at such  time and place within the state of
Connecticut as the  then  directors  determine. If
within three weeks  following the date set for the
annual meeting, the directors have not called such
a special meeting,  it  may  be  called by written
request signed by five percent of the then members
of the corporation.  Notice  of  any such meeting,
and of any  special  meeting  of  the corporation,
shall be given  by  publishing  it  at  least four
times in a newspaper having general circulation in
Hartford not less  than  two  nor  more  than four
weeks before such meeting. Special meetings of the
corporation may be called at any time by the board
of directors, or by written request signed by five
percent of the then members of the corporation.
    Sec. 7. Section 5 of number 244 of the special
acts of 1967,  as  amended by section 2 of special
act 75-22, section  1  of  special  act  84-12 and
section 1 of special act 87-34, is amended to read
as follows:
    The board of  directors  shall consist of from
[fourteen]  EIGHT  to   eighteen  members  of  the
corporation.  The exact  number  of  directorships
outstanding  at  any   specific   time   shall  be
determined  by  the   board   of  directors.  Each
director shall be elected for a term of four years
with the terms  to be staggered. [so that no fewer
than  three  nor  more  than  five  directors  are
elected for full  terms at each annual meeting, as
hereinbefore provided.] Directorships  established
by  the  board  between  annual  meetings  of  the
corporation may be  filled  by  the  directors for
full or partial  terms,  not inconsistent with the
staggering requirements, but  shall  be subject to
confirmation by the  members of the corporation at
the next annual  or  special  meeting. Any vacancy
occurring in the board of directors between annual
meetings of the  corporation  may be filled by the
remaining  directors for  the  unexpired  term  of
office of such  former  director. Any director may
be removed for  cause  from  office  by  a vote of
two-thirds of the  directors. The board shall have
general  power  to   manage  the  affairs  of  the
corporation between annual and special meetings of
the company. It  may  elect  from  among  its  own
members an executive  committee,  which shall have
the full powers  of  the  board  between  meetings
thereof. In addition,  the board may establish and
elect such other committees as it deems advisable,
with membership from  within or without the board,
and  may  delegate   specific   powers   to   such
committees. The board  shall  elect a president of
the company, and in addition may elect one or more
executive  vice presidents,  vice  presidents  and
such other officers  of  the  company  as it deems
advisable. From its  own membership it may elect a
chairman of the  board,  a  vice  chairman  of the
board, a secretary of the board, a chairman of the
company and a vice chairman of the company. It may
designate an officer  of  the  company  to  act as
secretary to the  board, and it may also appoint a
recording secretary, neither  of  whom  shall be a
member of the board. All officers of the board and
of the company  shall  service  at the pleasure of
the board. In  addition to the powers hereinbefore
set forth, the  board  may  provide  the terms and
conditions upon which policies and other contracts
shall be issued  by  the  corporation,  but it may
delegate such authority  to  whatever  officers it
designates. The board shall also have power to fix
and apportion the  divisible surplus and the rates
of  interest  payable   on   funds   held  by  the
corporation. The board  shall  meet  at such times
and places as  it  shall  determine, and also upon
the call of  its  chairman  or  vice chairman, the
chairman or vice  chairman  of the company, or the
president of the company.
    Sec. 8. If  the provisions of sections 6 and 7
of this act are approved by the board of directors
of the Connecticut  Mutual Life Insurance Company,
prior to its  passage, it shall be effective as of
the date of  such  passage,  otherwise it shall be
effective on the date of approval by such board of
directors. The members  of  the board of directors
duly qualified and  serving  as  of  the effective
date of this  act shall continue as such directors
for the balance  of  the  term  for which each was
elected.
    Sec.  9.  Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-388  of the general
statutes,  the  time   within  which  Health  Care
Properties, Inc. may  be  reinstated  as  a  stock
corporation is extended  to  July 1, 1995, and all
acts of said  corporation  and  all  its corporate
rights and all  acts of its officers and directors
which would have  been  valid if it had not failed
to file its reports within the time limited by law
are  validated, provided  said  corporation  shall
file an application  for  reinstatement and comply
with  the provisions  of  section  33-388  of  the
general statutes not later than July 1, 1995.
    Sec. 10. Section  41 of public act 94-4 of the
May special session  is repealed and the following
is substituted in lieu thereof:
    (a) There shall be paid to the commissioner of
revenue  services  by   [any]  EACH  dry  cleaning
establishment, as defined in THIS subsection, [(c)
of this section,]  a  surcharge of one per cent of
[the] ITS gross  receipts  at  retail [of] FOR any
dry   cleaning   service    performed   [by   such
establishment] ON OR  AFTER  JANUARY 1, 1995. Each
such  establishment  shall   register   with   the
commissioner   of  revenue   services   on   forms
prescribed by him.  Each  such establishment shall
submit a return  quarterly  to the commissioner of
revenue services, applicable  with  respect to the
calendar quarter beginning  [July 1, 1994] JANUARY
1, 1995, and  each calendar quarter thereafter, on
or before the  last  day  of the month immediately
following the end  of  each such calendar quarter,
on a form prescribed by the commissioner, together
with payment of the quarterly surcharge determined
and payable in  accordance  with the provisions of
this section. Whenever  such surcharge is not paid
when due, a  penalty of ten per cent of the amount
due or fifty  dollars, whichever is greater, shall
be [added to the amount due and such penalty shall
immediately accrue] IMPOSED, and [thereafter] such
surcharge shall bear  interest  at the rate of one
per cent per  month  or fraction thereof until the
same is paid. The commissioner of revenue services
shall  cause  copies  of  a  form  prescribed  for
submitting returns as  required under this section
to  be  distributed  to  persons  subject  to  the
surcharge. Failure to  receive such form shall not
be construed to  relieve  anyone  subject  to  the
surcharge under this  section from the obligations
of submitting a  return,  together with payment of
such  surcharge  within  the  time  required.  The
provisions   of   sections   12-548   to   12-554,
inclusive, and sections 12-555a and 12-555b of the
general statutes shall  apply to the provisions of
this section in  the same manner and with the same
force  and effect  as  if  the  language  of  said
sections 12-548 to 12-554, inclusive, and sections
12-555a and 12-555b  had been incorporated in full
into this section  and  had  expressly referred to
the surcharge imposed  under  this section, except
to  the  extent   that   any   such  provision  is
inconsistent with a  provision of this section and
except that the  term  "tax" shall be read as "dry
cleaning  establishment  surcharge".   Any  moneys
received by the  state  pursuant  to  this section
shall be deposited  into  the  account established
pursuant to subsection  (b)  of  this section. FOR
THE  PURPOSES  OF   THIS  SECTION,  "DRY  CLEANING
ESTABLISHMENT" MEANS ANY PLACE OF BUSINESS ENGAGED
IN THE CLEANING OF CLOTHING OR OTHER FABRICS USING
TETRACHLORETHYLENE,  STODDARD  SOLVENT   OR  OTHER
CHEMICALS OR ANY  PLACE  OF BUSINESS WHICH ACCEPTS
CLOTHING OR OTHER FABRICS TO BE CLEANED BY ANOTHER
ESTABLISHMENT  USING  SUCH  CHEMICALS  AND  "GROSS
RECEIPTS  AT  RETAIL"   MEANS   THE  TOTAL  AMOUNT
ACCRUING FROM DRY  CLEANING  SERVICES  AT  RETAIL,
VALUED IN MONEY,  WITHOUT  ANY  DEDUCTION  FOR THE
COST OF THE  MATERIALS USED, LABOR OR SERVICE COST
OR ANY OTHER EXPENSE.
    (b) There is established an account within the
general fund to  be  known  as  the  "dry cleaning
establishment remediation account".  Said  account
shall contain any  moneys  required  by  law to be
deposited in the account. Any balance remaining in
the account at the end of any fiscal year shall be
carried forward in the account for the fiscal year
next succeeding. The  account shall be used by the
department of economic development for grants made
to   owners   or   operators   of   dry   cleaning
establishments pursuant to subsections (c) and (d)
of this section.
    (c) The state, acting through the commissioner
of  economic  development,   shall   use  the  dry
cleaning  establishment  remediation   account  to
provide grants to  dry cleaning establishments for
the purposes of  the  containment  and  removal or
mitigation  of environmental  pollution  resulting
from the discharge,  spillage,  uncontrolled loss,
seepage  or  filtration  of  chemical  liquids  or
solid, liquid or  gaseous  products  or  hazardous
wastes on or  at the site of such establishment or
for measures undertaken  to prevent such pollution
which  are  approved   by   the   commissioner  of
environmental  protection. [For  the  purposes  of
this section, "dry  cleaning  establishment" means
any place of business which is currently using, or
has   previously   used,   tetrachlorethylene   or
Stoddard  solvent  or   other  chemicals  for  the
purpose  of cleaning  clothing  or  furniture  and
which (1)] IN  ORDER  TO QUALIFY FOR A GRANT UNDER
THE PROVISIONS OF  THIS  SECTION  A  DRY  CLEANING
ESTABLISHMENT MUST DEMONSTRATE TO THE SATISFACTION
OF THE COMMISSIONER  OF  ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT THAT
IT  (1)  IS   USING   OR   HAS   PREVIOUSLY  USED,
TETRACHLORETHYLENE OR STODDARD  SOLVENT  OR  OTHER
CHEMICALS FOR THE  PURPOSE  OF CLEANING CLOTHES OR
OTHER FABRICS, (2) has been doing business and has
maintained  its  principal  office  and  place  of
business in this  state  for  a period of at least
one year prior  to the date of its application for
assistance   under   this    section    and   [(2)
demonstrates,   to   the   satisfaction   of   the
commissioner of economic development, that it] (3)
is unable to  obtain  financing  from conventional
sources  on  reasonable  terms  or  in  reasonable
amounts.
    (d) Notwithstanding the  terms  of  any  grant
made   under  this   section,   a   dry   cleaning
establishment shall bear  all  the  costs  of such
pollution that are less than ten thousand dollars,
provided, for [,]  a  release that was reported to
the commissioner of environmental protection prior
to December 31,  1990, the responsible party shall
bear all costs  up  to twenty thousand dollars. No
dry cleaning establishment shall receive more than
fifty thousand dollars  per  calendar  year. There
shall be allocated  to  the department of economic
development  annually  from   the   account,   for
administrative costs, an  amount equal to five per
cent of the  maximum balance of the account in the
preceding year or  one  hundred  thousand dollars,
whichever is greater.  In addition the account may
be used (1) to provide grants to the department of
environmental  protection  for  expenditures  made
investigating dry cleaning  establishments and (2)
to provide potable water whenever necessary.
    (e) Requests for  grants  shall be made to the
commissioner  of  economic  development.  Any  dry
cleaning   establishment  seeking   grants   shall
provide documentation supporting  the need for the
grant.
    (f)  Any  dry   cleaning  establishment  which
unlawfully or intentionally  discharges  or spills
any chemical liquids  or  solid, liquid or gaseous
products or hazardous wastes shall not be eligible
for grants from the account.
    (g) The commissioner  of  economic development
shall establish procedures for distribution of the
grants and may  adopt  regulations,  in accordance
with the provisions  of  chapter 54 of the general
statutes, to carry  out  the  provisions  of  this
section.
    Sec.  11.  Section   12-33a   of  the  general
statutes, as amended  by  section  1 of public act
93-74, section 27 of public act 94-175 and section
15 of public  act  94-1  of  the  May  25  special
session,  is  repealed   and   the   following  is
substituted in lieu thereof:
    The court shall  not  waive statutory interest
on any amount  of  tax  for  which  any  person is
liable pursuant to  the provisions of chapter 207,
208, 209, 210,  211,  212,  212a,  214, 214a, 216,
217, 218a, 219, 220, 221, 222, 223, 224, 225, 227,
228b, 229, section  47  of  public act 93-74, [or]
section 22 of  public  act  94-9  OR SECTION 41 OF
PUBLIC ACT 94-4  OF  THE  MAY  SPECIAL SESSION, AS
AMENDED BY SECTION  10  OF  THIS ACT, and which is
not paid within the time specified by law.
    Sec.  12.  Section   12-35b   of  the  general
statutes, as amended  by  section  2 of public act
93-74, section 24 of public act 93-332 and section
28 of public  act  94-175,  is  repealed  and  the
following is substituted in lieu thereof:
    For the purposes  of  sections 12-204, 12-212,
12-330i, 12-235, as amended by section 9 of public
act  93-74,  12-268h,   12-309,  12-366,  12-405d,
12-420, 12-441, 12-475,  12-488,  12-512, 12-555a,
12-594, 12-638j, 12-734,  22a-256j,  51-81b, [and]
section 47 of  public  act 93-74, [and] section 22
of public act  94-9  AND  SECTION 41 OF PUBLIC ACT
94-4 OF THE  MAY  SPECIAL  SESSION,  AS AMENDED BY
SECTION 10 OF THIS ACT:
    (a) "Bona fide  purchaser"  means a person who
takes a conveyance  of  real  estate in good faith
from the holder  of legal title, and pays valuable
consideration,   without   actual,   implied,   or
constructive notice of any tax delinquency.
    (b) "Qualified encumbrancer"  means  a  person
who  places a  burden,  charge  or  lien  on  real
estate, in good faith, without actual, implied, or
constructive notice of any tax delinquency.
    (c) "Commissioner" means  the  commissioner of
revenue services or his authorized agent.
    Sec.  13. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-497  of the general
statutes, the time  within  which Ancient Order of
Hibernians, John T.  Downey  Division, Inc. may be
reinstated as a  nonstock  corporation is extended
to July 1,  1995, and all acts of said corporation
and all its  corporate  rights and all acts of its
officers and directors which would have been valid
if it had  not  failed  to file its reports within
the time limited  by  law  are validated, provided
said corporation shall  file  an  application  for
reinstatement and comply  with  the  provisions of
section 33-497 of  the  general statutes not later
than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  14. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-497  of the general
statutes,  the  time  within  which  Betts  Common
Association,  Inc. be  reinstated  as  a  nonstock
corporation is extended  to  July 1, 1995, and all
acts of said  corporation  and  all  its corporate
rights and all  acts of its officers and directors
which would have  been  valid if it had not failed
to file its reports within the time limited by law
are  validated, provided  said  corporation  shall
file an application  for  reinstatement and comply
with  the provisions  of  section  33-497  of  the
general statutes not later than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  15. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-388  of the general
statutes, the time within which Biser Corp. may be
reinstated as a  stock  corporation is extended to
July 1, 1995, and all acts of said corporation and
all its corporate  rights  and  all  acts  of  its
officers and directors which would have been valid
if it had  not  failed  to file its reports within
the time limited  by  law  are validated, provided
said corporation shall  file  an  application  for
reinstatement and comply  with  the  provisions of
section 33-388 of  the  general statutes not later
than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  16. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-388  of the general
statutes,  the  time  within  which  The  Branford
Printing Company may  be  reinstated  as  a  stock
corporation is extended  to  December 1, 1994, and
all acts of said corporation and all its corporate
rights and all  acts of its officers and directors
which would have  been  valid if it had not failed
to file its reports within the time limited by law
are  validated, provided  said  corporation  shall
file an application  for  reinstatement and comply
with  the provisions  of  section  33-388  of  the
general statutes not later than December 1, 1994.
    Sec.  17. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-388  of the general
statutes, the time  within  which  Cars by Crisci,
Inc. may be  reinstated  as a stock corporation is
extended to July  1,  1995,  and  all acts of said
corporation and all  its  corporate rights and all
acts of its  officers  and  directors  which would
have been valid  if  it had not failed to file its
reports  within  the   time  limited  by  law  are
validated, provided said corporation shall file an
application for reinstatement  and comply with the
provisions  of  section   33-388  of  the  general
statutes not later than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  18. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-497  of the general
statutes, the time  within  which  The  Children's
Learning  Center  of   Stamford,   Inc.   may   be
reinstated as a  nonstock  corporation is extended
to July 1,  1995, and all acts of said corporation
and all its  corporate  rights and all acts of its
officers and directors which would have been valid
if it had  not  failed  to file its reports within
the time limited  by  law  are validated, provided
said corporation shall  file  an  application  for
reinstatement and comply  with  the  provisions of
section 33-497 of  the  general statutes not later
than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  19. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-388  of the general
statutes,  the  time   within  which  China  Town,
Incorporated  may  be   reinstated   as   a  stock
corporation is extended  to  July 1, 1995, and all
acts of said  corporation  and  all  its corporate
rights and all  acts of its officers and directors
which would have  been  valid if it had not failed
to file its reports within the time limited by law
are  validated, provided  said  corporation  shall
file an application  for  reinstatement and comply
with  the provisions  of  section  33-388  of  the
general statutes not later than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  20. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-388  of the general
statutes, the time  within  which  C.  Ivey & Co.,
Inc. may be  reinstated  as a stock corporation is
extended to July  1,  1995,  and  all acts of said
corporation and all  its  corporate rights and all
acts of its  officers  and  directors  which would
have been valid  if  it had not failed to file its
reports  within  the   time  limited  by  law  are
validated, provided said corporation shall file an
application for reinstatement  and comply with the
provisions  of  section   33-388  of  the  general
statutes not later than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  21. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-388  of the general
statutes,  the  time   within   which  CNB  Equity
Corporation  may  be   reinstated   as   a   stock
corporation is extended  to  July 1, 1995, and all
acts of said  corporation  and  all  its corporate
rights and all  acts of its officers and directors
which would have  been  valid if it had not failed
to file its reports within the time limited by law
are  validated, provided  said  corporation  shall
file an application  for  reinstatement and comply
with  the provisions  of  section  33-388  of  the
general statutes not later than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  22. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-497  of the general
statutes, the time  within  which  The  Colchester
Farmers Club, Incorporated  may be reinstated as a
nonstock corporation is  extended to July 1, 1995,
and all acts  of  said  corporation  and  all  its
corporate rights and  all acts of its officers and
directors which would  have  been  valid if it had
not failed to  file  its  reports  within the time
limited  by  law   are  validated,  provided  said
corporation   shall  file   an   application   for
reinstatement and comply  with  the  provisions of
section 33-497 of  the  general statutes not later
than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  23. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-497  of the general
statutes,  the  time   within   which  Connecticut
Children and the  Courts  Committee,  Inc.  may be
reinstated as a  nonstock  corporation is extended
to July 1,  1995, and all acts of said corporation
and all its  corporate  rights and all acts of its
officers and directors which would have been valid
if it had  not  failed  to file its reports within
the time limited  by  law  are validated, provided
said corporation shall  file  an  application  for
reinstatement and comply  with  the  provisions of
section 33-497 of  the  general statutes not later
than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  24. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-388  of the general
statutes, the time within which Dalsco of Enfield,
Inc. may be  reinstated  as a stock corporation is
extended to July  1,  1995,  and  all acts of said
corporation and all  its  corporate rights and all
acts of its  officers  and  directors  which would
have been valid  if  it had not failed to file its
reports  within  the   time  limited  by  law  are
validated, provided said corporation shall file an
application for reinstatement  and comply with the
provisions  of  section   33-388  of  the  general
statutes not later than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  25. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-388  of the general
statutes,  the  time   within  which  D.J.  Newton
Trucking,  Inc.  may  be  reinstated  as  a  stock
corporation is extended  to  July 1, 1995, and all
acts of said  corporation  and  all  its corporate
rights and all  acts of its officers and directors
which would have  been  valid if it had not failed
to file its reports within the time limited by law
are  validated, provided  said  corporation  shall
file an application  for  reinstatement and comply
with  the provisions  of  section  33-388  of  the
general statutes not later than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  26. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-388  of the general
statutes, the time  within which Dolph's, Inc. may
be reinstated as  a  stock corporation is extended
to July 1,  1995, and all acts of said corporation
and all its  corporate  rights and all acts of its
officers and directors which would have been valid
if it had  not  failed  to file its reports within
the time limited  by  law  are validated, provided
said corporation shall  file  an  application  for
reinstatement and comply  with  the  provisions of
section 33-388 of  the  general statutes not later
than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  27. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-388  of the general
statutes, the time  within  which  Edrive  Design,
Inc. may be  reinstated  as a stock corporation is
extended to July  1,  1995,  and  all acts of said
corporation and all  its  corporate rights and all
acts of its  officers  and  directors  which would
have been valid  if  it had not failed to file its
reports  within  the   time  limited  by  law  are
validated, provided said corporation shall file an
application for reinstatement  and comply with the
provisions  of  section   33-388  of  the  general
statutes not later than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  28. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-388  of the general
statutes,   the   time    within   which   Elm-Cap
Industries, Inc. may  be  reinstated  as  a  stock
corporation is extended  to  July 1, 1995, and all
acts of said  corporation  and  all  its corporate
rights and all  acts of its officers and directors
which would have  been  valid if it had not failed
to file its reports within the time limited by law
are  validated, provided  said  corporation  shall
file an application  for  reinstatement and comply
with  the provisions  of  section  33-388  of  the
general statutes not later than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  29. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-388  of the general
statutes,  the  time   within   which   Employer's
Association   for  Human   Resource   Policy   and
Management, Inc. may  be  reinstated  as  a  stock
corporation is extended  to  July 1, 1995, and all
acts of said  corporation  and  all  its corporate
rights and all  acts of its officers and directors
which would have  been  valid if it had not failed
to file its reports within the time limited by law
are  validated, provided  said  corporation  shall
file an application  for  reinstatement and comply
with  the provisions  of  section  33-388  of  the
general statutes not later than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  30. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-388  of the general
statutes,  the  time  within  which  Environmental
Systems Planning, Ltd.  may  be  reinstated  as  a
stock corporation is extended to July 1, 1995, and
all acts of said corporation and all its corporate
rights and all  acts of its officers and directors
which would have  been  valid if it had not failed
to file its reports within the time limited by law
are  validated, provided  said  corporation  shall
file an application  for  reinstatement and comply
with  the provisions  of  section  33-388  of  the
general statutes not later than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  31. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-497  of the general
statutes,  the time  within  which  The  Farms  at
Westlake Association, Inc.  may be reinstated as a
nonstock corporation is  extended to July 1, 1995,
and all acts  of  said  corporation  and  all  its
corporate rights and  all acts of its officers and
directors which would  have  been  valid if it had
not failed to  file  its  reports  within the time
limited  by  law   are  validated,  provided  said
corporation   shall  file   an   application   for
reinstatement and comply  with  the  provisions of
section 33-497 of  the  general statutes not later
than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  32. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-497  of the general
statutes,  the  time   within   which   Fieldbrook
Association, Inc. may  be reinstated as a nonstock
corporation is extended  to  July 1, 1995, and all
acts of said  corporation  and  all  its corporate
rights and all  acts of its officers and directors
which would have  been  valid if it had not failed
to file its reports within the time limited by law
are  validated, provided  said  corporation  shall
file an application  for  reinstatement and comply
with  the provisions  of  section  33-497  of  the
general statutes not later than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  33. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-497  of the general
statutes,   the  time   within   which   Fox   Run
Condominium Association, Inc. may be reinstated as
a nonstock corporation  is  extended  to  July  1,
1995, and all acts of said corporation and all its
corporate rights and  all acts of its officers and
directors which would  have  been  valid if it had
not failed to  file  its  reports  within the time
limited  by  law   are  validated,  provided  said
corporation   shall  file   an   application   for
reinstatement and comply  with  the  provisions of
section 33-497 of  the  general statutes not later
than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  34. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-497  of the general
statutes, the time  within  which  Friends  of the
Weston Public Library, Inc. may be reinstated as a
nonstock corporation is  extended to July 1, 1995,
and all acts  of  said  corporation  and  all  its
corporate rights and  all acts of its officers and
directors which would  have  been  valid if it had
not failed to  file  its  reports  within the time
limited  by  law   are  validated,  provided  said
corporation   shall  file   an   application   for
reinstatement and comply  with  the  provisions of
section 33-497 of  the  general statutes not later
than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  35. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-497  of the general
statutes,  the  time   within   which  Friends  of
Woodbridge Library, Incorporated may be reinstated
as a nonstock  corporation  is extended to July 1,
1995, and all acts of said corporation and all its
corporate rights and  all acts of its officers and
directors which would  have  been  valid if it had
not failed to  file  its  reports  within the time
limited  by  law   are  validated,  provided  said
corporation   shall  file   an   application   for
reinstatement and comply  with  the  provisions of
section 33-497 of  the  general statutes not later
than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  36. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-497  of the general
statutes, the time  within  which  Glendale  Manor
Community Club, Incorporated  may be reinstated as
a nonstock corporation  is  extended  to  July  1,
1995, and all acts of said corporation and all its
corporate rights and  all acts of its officers and
directors which would  have  been  valid if it had
not failed to  file  its  reports  within the time
limited  by  law   are  validated,  provided  said
corporation   shall  file   an   application   for
reinstatement and comply  with  the  provisions of
section 33-497 of  the  general statutes not later
than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  37. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-497  of the general
statutes, the time  within which Glen View Terrace
Association, Inc. may  be reinstated as a nonstock
corporation is extended  to  July 1, 1995, and all
acts of said  corporation  and  all  its corporate
rights and all  acts of its officers and directors
which would have  been  valid if it had not failed
to file its reports within the time limited by law
are  validated, provided  said  corporation  shall
file an application  for  reinstatement and comply
with  the provisions  of  section  33-497  of  the
general statutes not later than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  38. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-497  of the general
statutes, the time  within  which  Harvest Commons
Condominium Association, Inc. may be reinstated as
a nonstock corporation  is  extended  to  July  1,
1995, and all acts of said corporation and all its
corporate rights and  all acts of its officers and
directors which would  have  been  valid if it had
not failed to  file  its  reports  within the time
limited  by  law   are  validated,  provided  said
corporation   shall  file   an   application   for
reinstatement and comply  with  the  provisions of
section 33-497 of  the  general statutes not later
than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  39. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-497  of the general
statutes,   the   time   within   which   Hillview
Condominium Association, Inc. may be reinstated as
a nonstock corporation  is  extended  to  July  1,
1995, and all acts of said corporation and all its
corporate rights and  all acts of its officers and
directors which would  have  been  valid if it had
not failed to  file  its  reports  within the time
limited  by  law   are  validated,  provided  said
corporation   shall  file   an   application   for
reinstatement and comply  with  the  provisions of
section 33-497 of  the  general statutes not later
than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  40. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-388  of the general
statutes,  the  time   within   which   Hung   Won
Restaurant, Inc. may  be  reinstated  as  a  stock
corporation is extended  to  July 1, 1995, and all
acts of said  corporation  and  all  its corporate
rights and all  acts of its officers and directors
which would have  been  valid if it had not failed
to file its reports within the time limited by law
are  validated, provided  said  corporation  shall
file an application  for  reinstatement and comply
with  the provisions  of  section  33-388  of  the
general statutes not later than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  41. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-497  of the general
statutes, the time  within  which  Kiwanis Club of
Hartford, Conn., Incorporated may be reinstated as
a nonstock corporation  is  extended  to  July  1,
1995, and all acts of said corporation and all its
corporate rights and  all acts of its officers and
directors which would  have  been  valid if it had
not failed to  file  its  reports  within the time
limited  by  law   are  validated,  provided  said
corporation   shall  file   an   application   for
reinstatement and comply  with  the  provisions of
section 33-497 of  the  general statutes not later
than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  42. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-497  of the general
statutes, the time  within  which  The  Knights of
Columbus  Club of  Milford  (Devon),  Connecticut,
Incorporated  may  be  reinstated  as  a  nonstock
corporation is extended  to  July 1, 1995, and all
acts of said  corporation  and  all  its corporate
rights and all  acts of its officers and directors
which would have  been  valid if it had not failed
to file its reports within the time limited by law
are  validated, provided  said  corporation  shall
file an application  for  reinstatement and comply
with  the provisions  of  section  33-497  of  the
general statutes not later than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  43. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-388  of the general
statutes, the time within which Koskoff, Koskoff &
Bieder,  P.C.  may   be   reinstated  as  a  stock
corporation is extended  to  July 1, 1995, and all
acts of said  corporation  and  all  its corporate
rights and all  acts of its officers and directors
which would have  been  valid if it had not failed
to file its reports within the time limited by law
are  validated, provided  said  corporation  shall
file an application  for  reinstatement and comply
with  the provisions  of  section  33-388  of  the
general statutes not later than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  44. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-497  of the general
statutes,   the  time   within   which   Lansdowne
Condominium Association, Inc. may be reinstated as
a nonstock corporation  is  extended  to  July  1,
1995, and all acts of said corporation and all its
corporate rights and  all acts of its officers and
directors which would  have  been  valid if it had
not failed to  file  its  reports  within the time
limited  by  law   are  validated,  provided  said
corporation   shall  file   an   application   for
reinstatement and comply  with  the  provisions of
section 33-497 of  the  general statutes not later
than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  45. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-388  of the general
statutes,   the   time   within   which   Mariotti
Enterprises, Inc. may  be  reinstated  as  a stock
corporation is extended  to  July 1, 1995, and all
acts of said  corporation  and  all  its corporate
rights and all  acts of its officers and directors
which would have  been  valid if it had not failed
to file its reports within the time limited by law
are  validated, provided  said  corporation  shall
file an application  for  reinstatement and comply
with  the provisions  of  section  33-388  of  the
general statutes not later than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  46. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-388  of the general
statutes,  the  time  within  which  Marshalls  of
Bridgeport, Ct., Inc. may be reinstated as a stock
corporation is extended  to  July 1, 1995, and all
acts of said  corporation  and  all  its corporate
rights and all  acts of its officers and directors
which would have  been  valid if it had not failed
to file its reports within the time limited by law
are  validated, provided  said  corporation  shall
file an application  for  reinstatement and comply
with  the provisions  of  section  33-388  of  the
general statutes not later than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  47. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-388  of the general
statutes,  the  time  within  which  Meldisco  K-M
Frontage Rd., Conn.,  Inc.  may be reinstated as a
stock corporation is extended to July 1, 1995, and
all acts of said corporation and all its corporate
rights and all  acts of its officers and directors
which would have  been  valid if it had not failed
to file its reports within the time limited by law
are  validated, provided  said  corporation  shall
file an application  for  reinstatement and comply
with  the provisions  of  section  33-388  of  the
general statutes not later than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  48. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-497  of the general
statutes,  the  time  within  which  Milford  Land
Conservation Trust, Inc.  may  be  reinstated as a
nonstock corporation is  extended to July 1, 1995,
and all acts  of  said  corporation  and  all  its
corporate rights and  all acts of its officers and
directors which would  have  been  valid if it had
not failed to  file  its  reports  within the time
limited  by  law   are  validated,  provided  said
corporation   shall  file   an   application   for
reinstatement and comply  with  the  provisions of
section 33-497 of  the  general statutes not later
than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  49. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-388  of the general
statutes, the time  within  which  Milford  Liquor
Associates, Inc. may  be  reinstated  as  a  stock
corporation is extended  to  July 1, 1995, and all
acts of said  corporation  and  all  its corporate
rights and all  acts of its officers and directors
which would have  been  valid if it had not failed
to file its reports within the time limited by law
are  validated, provided  said  corporation  shall
file an application  for  reinstatement and comply
with  the provisions  of  section  33-388  of  the
general statutes not later than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  50. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-388  of the general
statutes, the time within which Naugatuck Wilsons,
Inc. may be  reinstated  as a stock corporation is
extended to July  1,  1995,  and  all acts of said
corporation and all  its  corporate rights and all
acts of its  officers  and  directors  which would
have been valid  if  it had not failed to file its
reports  within  the   time  limited  by  law  are
validated, provided said corporation shall file an
application for reinstatement  and comply with the
provisions  of  section   33-388  of  the  general
statutes not later than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  51. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-497  of the general
statutes, the time within which Nest No. 88 Polish
Falcons Alliance of  America,  Incorporated may be
reinstated as a  nonstock  corporation is extended
to July 1,  1995, and all acts of said corporation
and all its  corporate  rights and all acts of its
officers and directors which would have been valid
if it had  not  failed  to file its reports within
the time limited  by  law  are validated, provided
said corporation shall  file  an  application  for
reinstatement and comply  with  the  provisions of
section 33-497 of  the  general statutes not later
than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  52. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-388  of the general
statutes, the time  within  which  Nutek Aerospace
Corp. may be  reinstated as a stock corporation is
extended to July  1,  1995,  and  all acts of said
corporation and all  its  corporate rights and all
acts of its  officers  and  directors  which would
have been valid  if  it had not failed to file its
reports  within  the   time  limited  by  law  are
validated, provided said corporation shall file an
application for reinstatement  and comply with the
provisions  of  section   33-388  of  the  general
statutes not later than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  53. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-497  of the general
statutes, the time  within  which  The  Plainfield
Social Club, Incorporated  may  be reinstated as a
nonstock corporation is  extended to July 1, 1995,
and all acts  of  said  corporation  and  all  its
corporate rights and  all acts of its officers and
directors which would  have  been  valid if it had
not failed to  file  its  reports  within the time
limited  by  law   are  validated,  provided  said
corporation   shall  file   an   application   for
reinstatement and comply  with  the  provisions of
section 33-497 of  the  general statutes not later
than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  54. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-497  of the general
statutes, the time  within  which  Police Athletic
League of Waterbury,  Inc.  may be reinstated as a
nonstock corporation is  extended to July 1, 1995,
and all acts  of  said  corporation  and  all  its
corporate rights and  all acts of its officers and
directors which would  have  been  valid if it had
not failed to  file  its  reports  within the time
limited  by  law   are  validated,  provided  said
corporation   shall  file   an   application   for
reinstatement and comply  with  the  provisions of
section 33-497 of  the  general statutes not later
than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  55. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-497  of the general
statutes, the time  within  which  Polish American
Citizens Club of  Rockville,  Conn.,  Incorporated
may be reinstated  as  a  nonstock  corporation is
extended to July  1,  1995,  and  all acts of said
corporation and all  its  corporate rights and all
acts of its  officers  and  directors  which would
have been valid  if  it had not failed to file its
reports  within  the   time  limited  by  law  are
validated, provided said corporation shall file an
application for reinstatement  and comply with the
provisions  of  section   33-497  of  the  general
statutes not later than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  56. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-388  of the general
statutes,   the  time   within   which   Progresso
International Restaurants, Inc.  may be reinstated
as a stock  corporation  is  extended  to  July 1,
1995, and all acts of said corporation and all its
corporate rights and  all acts of its officers and
directors which would  have  been  valid if it had
not failed to  file  its  reports  within the time
limited  by  law   are  validated,  provided  said
corporation   shall  file   an   application   for
reinstatement and comply  with  the  provisions of
section 33-388 of  the  general statutes not later
than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  57. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-388  of the general
statutes,   the  time   within   which   Pro-Link,
Incorporated  may  be   reinstated   as   a  stock
corporation is extended  to  July 1, 1995, and all
acts of said  corporation  and  all  its corporate
rights and all  acts of its officers and directors
which would have  been  valid if it had not failed
to file its reports within the time limited by law
are  validated, provided  said  corporation  shall
file an application  for  reinstatement and comply
with  the provisions  of  section  33-388  of  the
general statutes not later than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  58. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-497  of the general
statutes,  the  time  within  which  River  Garden
Terrace Association, Inc.  may  be reinstated as a
nonstock corporation is  extended to July 1, 1995,
and all acts  of  said  corporation  and  all  its
corporate rights and  all acts of its officers and
directors which would  have  been  valid if it had
not failed to  file  its  reports  within the time
limited  by  law   are  validated,  provided  said
corporation   shall  file   an   application   for
reinstatement and comply  with  the  provisions of
section 33-497 of  the  general statutes not later
than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  59. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-497  of the general
statutes, the time  within which Salisbury Chamber
of Commerce, Inc.  may be reinstated as a nonstock
corporation is extended  to  July 1, 1995, and all
acts of said  corporation  and  all  its corporate
rights and all  acts of its officers and directors
which would have  been  valid if it had not failed
to file its reports within the time limited by law
are  validated, provided  said  corporation  shall
file an application  for  reinstatement and comply
with  the provisions  of  section  33-497  of  the
general statutes not later than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  60. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-388  of the general
statutes, the time  within  which  Springbok, Ltd.
may  be  reinstated  as  a  stock  corporation  is
extended to July  1,  1995,  and  all acts of said
corporation and all  its  corporate rights and all
acts of its  officers  and  directors  which would
have been valid  if  it had not failed to file its
reports  within  the   time  limited  by  law  are
validated, provided said corporation shall file an
application for reinstatement  and comply with the
provisions  of  section   33-388  of  the  general
statutes not later than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  61. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-497  of the general
statutes, the time  within  which Stamford Retired
Police Outing Committee  Inc. may be reinstated as
a nonstock corporation  is  extended  to  July  1,
1995, and all acts of said corporation and all its
corporate rights and  all acts of its officers and
directors which would  have  been  valid if it had
not failed to  file  its  reports  within the time
limited  by  law   are  validated,  provided  said
corporation   shall  file   an   application   for
reinstatement and comply  with  the  provisions of
section 33-497 of  the  general statutes not later
than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  62. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-388  of the general
statutes, the time  within  which Starlander Beck,
Inc. may be  reinstated  as a stock corporation is
extended to July  1,  1995,  and  all acts of said
corporation and all  its  corporate rights and all
acts of its  officers  and  directors  which would
have been valid  if  it had not failed to file its
reports  within  the   time  limited  by  law  are
validated, provided said corporation shall file an
application for reinstatement  and comply with the
provisions  of  section   33-388  of  the  general
statutes not later than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  63. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-497  of the general
statutes, the time  within  which  The  Sound View
Manor  Property Owners  Association,  Incorporated
may be reinstated  as  a  nonstock  corporation is
extended to July  1,  1995,  and  all acts of said
corporation and all  its  corporate rights and all
acts of its  officers  and  directors  which would
have been valid  if  it had not failed to file its
reports  within  the   time  limited  by  law  are
validated, provided said corporation shall file an
application for reinstatement  and comply with the
provisions  of  section   33-497  of  the  general
statutes not later than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  64. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-388  of the general
statutes, the time within which Tacos Guadalajara,
Inc. may be  reinstated  as a stock corporation is
extended to July  1,  1995,  and  all acts of said
corporation and all  its  corporate rights and all
acts of its  officers  and  directors  which would
have been valid  if  it had not failed to file its
reports  within  the   time  limited  by  law  are
validated, provided said corporation shall file an
application for reinstatement  and comply with the
provisions  of  section   33-388  of  the  general
statutes not later than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  65. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-388  of the general
statutes, the time within which T & J of Hartford,
Inc. may be  reinstated  as a stock corporation is
extended to July  1,  1995,  and  all acts of said
corporation and all  its  corporate rights and all
acts of its  officers  and  directors  which would
have been valid  if  it had not failed to file its
reports  within  the   time  limited  by  law  are
validated, provided said corporation shall file an
application for reinstatement  and comply with the
provisions  of  section   33-388  of  the  general
statutes not later than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  66. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-497  of the general
statutes, the time  within  which  Virginia  Court
Condominium Association, Inc. may be reinstated as
a nonstock corporation  is  extended  to  July  1,
1995, and all acts of said corporation and all its
corporate rights and  all acts of its officers and
directors which would  have  been  valid if it had
not failed to  file  its  reports  within the time
limited  by  law   are  validated,  provided  said
corporation   shall  file   an   application   for
reinstatement and comply  with  the  provisions of
section 33-497 of  the  general statutes not later
than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  67. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-388  of the general
statutes, the time  within which Z L Z Corporation
may  be  reinstated  as  a  stock  corporation  is
extended to July  1,  1995,  and  all acts of said
corporation and all  its  corporate rights and all
acts of its  officers  and  directors  which would
have been valid  if  it had not failed to file its
reports  within  the   time  limited  by  law  are
validated, provided said corporation shall file an
application for reinstatement  and comply with the
provisions  of  section   33-388  of  the  general
statutes not later than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  68. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-388  of the general
statutes, the time  within which Westside Package,
Inc. may be  reinstated  as a stock corporation is
extended to July  1,  1995,  and  all acts of said
corporation and all  its  corporate rights and all
acts of its  officers  and  directors  which would
have been valid  if  it had not failed to file its
reports  within  the   time  limited  by  law  are
validated, provided said corporation shall file an
application for reinstatement  and comply with the
provisions  of  section   33-388  of  the  general
statutes not later than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  69. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-497  of the general
statutes, the time  within  which  Bristol  Polish
Americans Citizens Club, Inc. may be reinstated as
a nonstock corporation  is  extended  to  July  1,
1995, and all acts of said corporation and all its
corporate rights and  all acts of its officers and
directors which would  have  been  valid if it had
not failed to  file  its  reports  within the time
limited  by  law   are  validated,  provided  said
corporation   shall  file   an   application   for
reinstatement and comply  with  the  provisions of
section 33-497 of  the  general statutes not later
than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  70. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-497  of the general
statutes, the time  within  which  Senior Citizens
Club of Windham,  Inc.  may  be  reinstated  as  a
nonstock corporation is  extended to July 1, 1995,
and all acts  of  said  corporation  and  all  its
corporate rights and  all acts of its officers and
directors which would  have  been  valid if it had
not failed to  file  its  reports  within the time
limited  by  law   are  validated,  provided  said
corporation   shall  file   an   application   for
reinstatement and comply  with  the  provisions of
section 33-497 of  the  general statutes not later
than July 1, 1995.
    Sec.  71. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
subsection (a) of  section  33-497  of the general
statutes, the time  within  which Spanish American
Cultural  Club,  Inc.   may  be  reinstated  as  a
nonstock corporation is  extended to July 1, 1995,
and all acts  of  said  corporation  and  all  its
corporate rights and  all acts of its officers and
directors which would  have  been  valid if it had
not failed to  file  its  reports  within the time
limited  by  law   are  validated,  provided  said
corporation   shall  file   an   application   for
reinstatement and comply  with  the  provisions of
section 33-497 of  the  general statutes not later
than July 1, 1995.
    Sec. 72. This  act  shall take effect from its
passage.

Approved December 6, 1994