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The Keweenaw Bay Indian Community has contracted with LaCourt Bottled Gas of Baraga, to provide a Guaranteed Price Program for Liquefied Petroleum (LP) gas for the 2013-2014 heating season (Nov 1, 2013 – May 31, 2014). Enrolled KBIC members can participate in the program by contacting LaCourt Bottled Gas to either sign up for or switch to the program. The maximum price members will pay, at their main residence (commercial properties, second homes, camps, etc. excluded); during the heating season is $1.60 per gallon plus any applicable taxes. The program also guarantees that if LaCourt Bottled Gas price falls below the set pricing, the members pricing will fall correspondingly. Members may be required to provide their KBIC Enrollment Card as proof of membership to participate in the program. LaCourt Bottled Gas’s credit policies apply and they have the right to deny participation in the program at their discretion. LaCourt will be delivering fuel to members at their current retail price and providing the guaranteed price at the time of payment if within the terms of their credit policies. The service area for the program covers from Baraga; easterly to the M-95 Junction, westerly to Rousseau Road, northerly to Broemer Road, and all of Baraga County. If your LP gas bill is currently paid for by KBIC through the Senior/Disabled Heating Program, your bill will be sent directly to KBIC for payment for this heating season. If you aren’t using LaCourt Bottled Gas and are part of the Senior/Disabled Heating Program, please contact LaCourt Bottled Gas to have your tank switched out. If you have questions or need more information regarding the program, please contact LaCourt Bottled Gas directly at 906-353-6126 or the CEO’s office at 906-353-4104.
ATTENTION: KEWEENAW BAY INDIAN COMMUNITY
The 2nd Reading of the Proposed Ordinance 2013-04 Tribal Code Title Twenty Natural Resources Chapter 20B KBIC Mining Moratorium will be held on Thursday, November 21, 2013 in the Ojibwa Casino Resort Conference Room at 1:00 p.m. during the Tribal Council meeting.