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UPDATED PRICE LISTS DUE MONTHLY TO LCA

In a release from the Licensing and Consumer Affairs Department, business owners and operators are reminded that they are required to update their price lists on a monthly basis if they change any pricing for goods or services locally during the hurricane season.
Price lists were required to have been submitted to LCA as of June 1, the start of hurricane season, and monthly updates reflecting any changes are required through the end of November. The procedure was instituted to enable the department to determine instances of price gouging in the event of a hurricane causing major damage in the territory.
Any business owner or operator with questions about the procedure should call Margaret Sumter at 773-2226.

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In a release from the Licensing and Consumer Affairs Department, business owners and operators are reminded that they are required to update their price lists on a monthly basis if they change any pricing for goods or services locally during the hurricane season.
Price lists were required to have been submitted to LCA as of June 1, the start of hurricane season, and monthly updates reflecting any changes are required through the end of November. The procedure was instituted to enable the department to determine instances of price gouging in the event of a hurricane causing major damage in the territory.
Any business owner or operator with questions about the procedure should call Margaret Sumter at 773-2226.