PEI Retail Gasoline Dealers Association
Application for an Increase in Retail Dealer Margins
Notice of Application
that the PEI Retail Gasoline Dealers Association
(PEIRGDA) has applied to the Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission (the
"Commission") for approval of increases of up to 2.0 cents per litre in the
retail dealer margins allowed in the province.
HOW TO SEE THE APPLICATION
A complete copy of
the application can be view by
HOW TO COMMENT
Any person wishing to comment on the application can do so by writing to the
Commission at the address below.
In order to be considered, comments must be
received no later than Friday, February 24, 2012 and must include the name
and address of the commentator.
All public comments received will be posted on
the Commission’s website.
FOLLOWING PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, the
Commission will commence its review and
analysis of the PEIRGDA’s application.
THE NECESSITY OF A PUBLIC HEARING
will be decided by the Commission following its initial review of the filing
and the written comments received concerning this application. If a public
hearing is to be held, a Notice of Hearing will be published. Otherwise, the
Commission will finalize its review in the form of a written Order. Any
Orders issued in this matter will be posted on the website at
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Additional information on the application can be
obtained by contacting Wayne Vloet, President of the P.E.I. Retail Gasoline
Dealers Association, at the address below. Written communications should be
P.E.I. Retail Gasoline Dealers Association
P.O. Box 994
Charlottetown, PE C1A 7M4
Attention: PEIRGDA Application
Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission
P.O. Box 577
Charlottetown, PE C1A 7L1
Tel 892-3501 Fax
Toll Free 1-800-501-6268
at Charlottetown, this 8th day of February, 2012.
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