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SPECIAL REPORT FROM AUDITOR TIM MCCORMACK

 SPECIAL REPORT FROM AUDITOR TIM MCCORMACK
 CLEVELAND, Aug. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- According to Cuyahoga County


Auditor Tim McCormack's monthly gasoline price study, the average price of self-serve regular decreased 3.9 cents per gallon from July 2, 1992 to Aug. 6, 1992 ($1.159 to $1.120). McCormack's gasoline price study reflects a decline in price posted by every gasoline retailer in the survey. The average price of self-serve regular on Aug. 1, 1991 was $1.138 per gallon compared to $1.120 on Aug. 6, 1992, a decrease of 1.8 cents.
 The average price of self-serve regular during the middle-east crisis on Aug. 9, 1990 was $1.266 which is 14.6 cents higher than it was today.
 A review of the average price of self-serve regular gasoline by station showed that Union 76 had the lowest average price at $1.099 per gallon, a decrease of 5.5 cents per gallon ($1.154 to $1.099), the largest decrease in the survey. The highest average price in the survey was recorded by BP at $1.137 per gallon, down 3.7 cents per gallon ($1.174 to $1.137).
 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 MONTH
 Union 76 $1.099 (5.5 cents)
 Gastown $1.104 (2.8 cents)
 Amoco $1.113 (5.4 cents)
 Sunoco $1.120 (2.2 cents)
 Shell $1.122 (4.3 cents)
 Marathon $1.130 (5.2 cents)
 BP $1.137 (3.7 cents)
 McCormack will monitor gasoline prices and report the results as needed.
 -0- 8/6/92
 /CONTACT: Dave Pelunis of the Cuyahoga County Auditors Office, 216-443-7010/ CO: Cuyahoga County Auditors ST: Ohio IN: SU:


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