News this week is about stormwater, aquaculture, fisheries, Elvers, habitat restoration, solar power, and conservation. Click on the title of this post (Casco Bay News Roundup) to access links to the stories.

October 24

Public invited to see historic coastal Biddeford estate (Portland Press Herald)

Feds close part of Gulf of Maine herring fishery (WCSH6)

October 28

Portland’s proposed storm water fee gets first hearing (The Forecaster)

October 29

Commission cuts quota on lucrative Maine elvers by 2,000 pounds (Bangor Daily News)

Saving fish: The Nature Conservancy inspects culverts to improve fish migration in streams, rivers (Bangor Daily News)

First Wind’s investment from Emera appealed again to top court (Bangor Daily News)

Falmouth conservation group follows the sun (The Forecaster)

Scientists call for second straight season without shrimp fishing (Portland Press Herald)