Gov. Paul LePage continues his series of town hall meetings in Bangor this week. The governor is traveling the state, discussing his budget proposal and giving Mainers the chance to ask questions and air their concerns.

The town hall meeting will be held on Wednesday, March 4th from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Gracie Theatre on the Husson University Campus. The session is free and open to the public. LePage will answer questions about his comprehensive tax reform and relief plan. He will be joined by Jonathan LaBonte, director of the Office of Policy and Management.

"I hope Mainers take the time to come to the town hall, ask questions and engage with us,' LePage said in a press release. "The Maine people are realizing what our administration is trying to achieve, and they are seeing results. My plan puts $300 million back into Mainers' pockets, which will help us bring prosperity to our families and businesses across the state."

This is the second of several town hall meetings planned across the state. The first was in Westbrook. Upcoming meetings include:

  • March 11: Lewiston
  • March 19: Presque Isle
  • April 16: Ellsworth
  • April 28: Belfast