Letter to the New Hampshire Road Toll Bureau

Editor’s Note: For the full story, please see the Fuel Oil News December issue:


Scott Bryer


Chief of Road Toll Operations


Dept. of Safety Road Toll Bureau


33 Hazen Drive


Concord, NH 03305


November 29, 2010


Dear Scott,


On behalf of the fuel dealers in Maine, Massachusetts, and Vermont that deliver heating oil and


kerosene to homes and businesses in New Hampshire, we respectfully ask the New Hampshire


Road Toll Bureau to delay implementation of electronic reporting of home heating oil deliveries


by six months.


January is typically the busiest month of the year for heating fuel dealers. Many of these


companies are small family businesses, where the owner of the company is delivering product


during the winter months. Extending the January 1 deadline to July 1 would provide these


businesses the ability to focus on delivering heat during the winter months and give them time to


get into compliance. This extension would allow certified companies to file electronically if they


wish, yet give the heating fuel dealers additional time to learn this new collection system and


complete the certification process.


Thank you for your consideration.


Jamie Py Michael Ferrante


President PresidentMaine Energy Marketers Association Massachusetts Oilheat Council


P.O. Box 249 118 Cedar Street


Brunswick, ME 04011-0249 Wellesley Hills, MA 02481


Shane Sweet Matt CotaPresident & CEO Executive Director


New England Fuel Institute Vermont Fuel Dealers Association


P.O. Box 9137 250 Main Street


Watertown, MA 02471 Montpelier, VT 05602

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