Fuel Company in Union Ordered to Pay Fines 

A fuel company in Union is paying the price after failing to answer a lawsuit filed by the state two years ago, that according to the Attorney General’s Office.A judge ordered Butler, Maxcy and Heath Incorporated to pay over 450-thousand dollars in penalties for failing to file required environmental paperwork for several years.Kate Simmons, spokesperson for the Attorney General’s Office tells TV-5 they have submitted a letter to the court saying they are willing to be flexible on the amount of the fine as long as the company is in compliance.Simmons says the fuel company is up to date on its paperwork this year.