Jan 20, 2015 9:58 PM
NASHUA - The debate over ride sharing program Uber continues.
Paul Bergeron, Nashua's City Clerk who oversees the city's taxis, says Uber drivers could be slapped with fines as high as $500 and vehicles may be seized by the police if drivers fail to properly register with the city as taxi drivers.
This has been the subject of several town meetings throughout NH.
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