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Representative Aaron M. Frey
District #124
Representing - Bangor (part) and Orono (part)


 
     
 

Rep. Aaron M. Frey is serving his second term in the Maine House of Representatives.

Frey earned a degree in politics from Saint Anselm College and a law degree from Roger Williams University School of Law. He works as an attorney and has his own law practice in downtown Bangor.

Born in Bangor, Frey initially lived on Birch Street until his family moved to a neighboring community. He presently lives in Bangor on Drew Lane.


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Committee

Rep. Frey is a member of the Joint Standing Committee on Appropriations and Financial Affairs.

Brief description of the subject matter handled by the committee: General Fund appropriations and general fiscal policy; federal funds allocations; special revenue and block grant allocations; Budget Stabilization Fund; unappropriated surplus; bond issues; collective bargaining funding; review of revenue estimates; budgeting methodologies, review of financial orders; financial evaluation of agencies of state government; Maine Public Employees Retirement System;  retirement eligibility and benefits for state and municipal employees, including teachers; judicial and legislative retirement systems.

For more information about the schedule of committee hearings or to sign up for advance notice of public hearings click here.


Legislation

Click on the button below to see all bills, joint resolutions and orders I sponsored or cosponsored this session, as well as legislative sentiments that honor and recognize people from our district and throughout the state.


 

 

 

To do a general bill search, click here.


Contact Me

Thank you for taking time to contact me. You may use the online contact form to reach me.

You can also contact me at my home:

PO Box 74
Bangor, ME 04402
Home tel: (207) 249-9969

When the Legislature is in session, you can leave a message for me by calling the State House Message Phone: (800) 423-2900 or the State House TTY Line: 207) 287-4469.