FREEDOM OF INFORMATION COMMISSION

OF THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT

 

In the Matter of a Complaint by FINAL DECISION

 

Penelope I. Bellamy,

 

Complainant

 

against Docket #FIC 89-353

 

Commissioner, Department of Banking; Hearing Officer William Nahas, Department of Banking; and Department of Banking,

 

Respondents October 11, 1989

 

The above-captioned matter was heard as a contested case on October 4, 1989, at which time the complainant and the respondents appeared, stipulated to certain facts and presented testimony and argument on the complaint.

 

At the hearing, Beverly Hills Concepts, Inc. requested and was granted intervenor status.

 

On the basis of the evidence presented, the undersigned hearing officer found probable cause to believe that the respondents will violate 1-18a and 1-21, G.S., and therefore, pursuant to 1-21i(b), G.S., ordered that the respondents not reconvene a hearing in the matter until the Commission decides this case.

 

1. After the hearing, the respondents agreed to comply with the complainant's request.

 

The following order of the Commission is hereby recommended on the basis of the record concerning the above-captioned complaint:

 

1. The complaint is hereby dismissed.

 

Docket #FIC 89-353 Page Two

 

PURSUANT TO 4-180(c) C.G.S. THE FOLLOWING ARE THE NAMES OF EACH PARTY AND THE MOST RECENT MAILING ADDRESS, PROVIDED TO THE F.O.I.C., OF THE PARTIES OR THEIR AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE.

 

THE PARTIES TO THIS CONTESTED CASE ARE:

PENELOPE I. BELLAMY

WIGGIN & DANA

One CityPlace

Hartford, CT 06103

 

COMMISSIONER, DEPARTMENT OF BANKING, HEARING OFFICER WILLIAM NAHAS, DEPARTMENT OF BANKING AND DEPARTMENT OF BANKING

c/o William J. Prensky, Esquire

Office of the Attorney General

110 Sherman Street

Hartford, CT 06105

 

INTERVENORS

 

BEVERLY HILLS CONCEPTS, INC.

c/o Jacob Wieselman, Esquire

Blume & Elbaum

50 Columbus Boulevard

Hartford, CT 06106

 

Approved by order of the Freedom of Information Commission at its regular meeting of October 11, 1989.

 

 

Tina C. Frappier

Acting Clerk of the Commission