(NEWS CENTER) It's a controversial plan that has been in the works for years. Roxanne Quimby owns more than 100,000 acres of land in the Katahdin region, and is looking to turn some of that into what would be the state's second national park.
Over the past few years she has stepped into the shadows of the project, and her son, Lucas St. Clair, has taken over as this push continues.
Lucas St. Clair told NEWS CENTER that since he's taken over as the spokesman for this project there's been a greater understanding for what it is they're trying to do in the Katahdin region. He says he's really been out in the community.
On Tuesday night, St. Clair was in Bangor.
He and the Natural Resources Council of Maine put on a presentation at the public library .