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Bacolod City, Philippines Tuesday, May 29, 2012
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Gas station sent
notice of violation


The City Treasurer’s Office of Bacolod City has sent a notice of violation to one of the gas stations they inspected last week whose fuel pump was not properly calibrated, Bacolod Vice Mayor Jude Thaddeus Sayson yesterday said.

Sayson said the gasoline station was given 72 hours to correct the violation.

He will meet with the task force tomorrow, together with the City Legal Office to iron out some deficiencies in their operation so notices of violations could be issued right away, he said.

Sayson said they also want to seek the opinion of the CLO if they could prevent a gas station, found to have under-delivered, from dispensing gasoline after an inspection has been conducted.

He said they have inspected a total of 21 fuel pumps from the seven gas stations they visited last week.*CGS

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