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AUDITOR TIM McCORMACK'S MONTHLY GASOLINE REPORT

 AUDITOR TIM McCORMACK'S MONTHLY GASOLINE REPORT
 CLEVELAND, Jan. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- According to Cuyahoga County Auditor Tim McCormack's monthly gasoline price study, the average price of self-serve regular decreased 11.9 cents per gallon ($1.139 to $1.020).
 A review of the average price of self-serve regular gasoline by station revealed that Gastown had the lowest average price at $.965 per gallon, a decrease of 11.2 cents per gallon ($1.077 to $.965). BP registered the greatest decline in price of the stations in the survey at 15.2 cents per gallon ($1.157 to $1.006). The highest average price in the survey was recorded by Marathon at $1.060 per gallon, which was still down 11.3 cents per gallon ($1.173 to $1.060).
 The following chart shows the average price per gallon for self-serve unleaded regular and the amount of change from last month:
 COMPANY PRICE/GALLON CHANGE FROM LAST WEEK
 Gastown $0.965 (11.2) cents
 BP $1.006 (15.1) cents
 Shell $1.015 (11.3) cents
 Union 76 $1.019 (11.5) cents
 Amoco $1.029 (11.2) cents
 Sunoco $1.047 (11.6) cents
 Marathon $1.060 (11.3) cents
 McCormack will monitor gasoline prices and report the results as needed.
 -0- 1/9/92
 /CONTACT: Dave Pelunis or Tom Hayes, both of the Cuyahoga County Auditor's office, 216-443-7010/ CO: Cuyahoga County Auditor's Office ST: Ohio IN: SU:


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