While there is an expense to transport gasoline, one of the industry’s leading experts, Ben Brockwell, states that hauling gasoline by truck 70 miles would add just 3 cents to the price of a gallon of gas.
In Middlebury – just 35 miles south of Burlington– prices were as low as $3.35 a gallon on Monday and most filling stations there sold fuel for no more than $3.40 a gallon, according to VermontGasPrices.com Meanwhile, on the same day, a gallon of regular unleaded in St. Albans cost at least $3.63 a gallon. At some Burlington stations, a gallon of gas was just shy of $3.70.
In his letter Sanders asked the Justice Department and Federal Trade Commission to determine whether or not high prices in Chittenden County were related to the fact that the four largest gas station companies in the county control 67 of the 115 filling stations, or 58 percent of the total. Forever in our hearts Kimberley, Alyssia and
1919 - 2012 – widow of Reginald Spencer of Magog, QC and formerly of Moncton, NB., passed away peacefully Sunday, June 24th, 2012 at the Magog Hospital with her family at her side. She was the daughter of the late William and Viola Baird. Gladys was formerly employed with Magog Textile and while living in Moncton she was employed with the T. Eaton Co. and Modern Construction. A loving and caring mother, grandmother and sister-in-law, she will be sadly missed by her daughter Cheryl Oke (Kevin) of Duncan, BC., her sons Ross (Dorrie) Spencer of Georgeville, QC. and Robert Spencer of Toronto; her sister-in-law Merilyn (Spencer) Hawley (John) of Riverview, grandchildren Stacey, Tara and Dani; four great grandchildren, as well as several nieces and nephews. Private Family services will be held at a later date. Local arrangements have been entrusted to Leo Paul Ledoux Funeral Home. 150 Sherbrooke Magog Qc.
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