BANGOR - Bangor residents and businesses who face thousands of dollars in extra city fees due to a new stormwater charge could take their fight onto the local ballot.
Several residents voiced their objection to the plan last night at a public meeting about the new fees, which charge for what is called non-absorbent surface space on private property.
City officials say the fees will help mitigate problems for storm run-off that is impacting water quality in local streams.
One resident says he will circulate petitions to get the issue on the next local ballot in hopes of overturning the fee.
Clay was hired by WVII/WFVX as a morning anchor for FOX BANGOR's 7AM News Hour and as reporter for the 6,10 & 11 o’clock news in July 2011.
He graduated from Indiana University in Bloomington where he received his B.A. in Journalism. Clay has worked at Fox National News in New York, WTIU in Indianapolis and the Big Ten Network.
In his free time, Clay is a firefighter for the Holden Fire/Rescue Department in Holden and is an avid hockey fan.