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Gasoline price falls below $2 here ; Gallon of regular has dropped 5 cents since June 1, but don't expect much more
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The Sun - Baltimore, Md.
Author: Mirabella, Lorraine
Date: Jun 15, 2004
Start Page: 1.D
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The Department of Energy reported yesterday that the average price of regular gasoline broke below the barrier of $2 per gallon for the first time since May 17 to $1.985 a gallon, marking the third weekly decline in price.

Mike Kolasinski, a dealer who runs the White Marsh Shell on Pulaski Highway, has been able to lower the price of regular gasoline from a high of $2.07 per gallon on June 3 to $1.97 per gallon as his costs have come down. Yesterday, he was offering a promotion of $1.93 per gallon.

PHOTO(S) / CHART(S); 1. [Chris Chrisakis] fills up his van at the CITGO at 33rd Street and Greenmount Avenue, where regular was going for $1.97. 2. Pump prices fall; Credit: 1. ALGERINA PERNA : SUN STAFF 2. SUN STAFF

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