Landscaper pinched by upstate New York gas prices

04/2/2012 | Observer-Dispatch (Utica, N.Y.)

Stone Age Landscaping in New Hartford, N.Y., is experiencing reduced profit because of high gas prices, and it might add a surcharge if prices approach $5 per gallon. "Fuel basically drives our industry," co-owner Tony Zalocha said. "We mow about 100 lawns, and we provide maintenance services such as spring cleanups."

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