Bangor Police Chief to retire in September | News
BANGOR, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- After more than 30 years of service to the City of Bangor, Police Chief Ronald Gastia has announced he is retiring in September.
Gastia has served as police chief since 2007. He began his career in Bangor as a Patrol Officer in 1982. City Manager Catherine Conlow says that over the course of 30 years Chief Gastia has made many significant contributions towards the safety and well being for those living, working and visiting the City of Bangor.
One of the Chief's most notable accomplishments has been the construction of the new downtown Police Station, which Conlow says, he oversaw from concept to completion.
Gastia says he is grateful for the experiences and opportunities that his career has provided.