BLRA

AcronymDefinition
BLRABrewers and Licensed Retailers Association (UK)
BLRABayonne Local Redevelopment Authority
BLRABrunswick Local Redevelopment Authority (Brunswick, ME)
BLRABuilding and Land Regulation Administration
BLRABrainard Lake Recreation Area (Colorado)
BLRABeta Lactamase Resistant Antibiotic
BLRABayerische Landesverband für die Rehabilitation der Aphasiker eV
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Materially adverse scenarios such as the permanent suspension of BLRA revenues and write-down of all stranded assets, or in an extreme scenario, requirement for SCE&G to refund to customers the $1.8 billion collected to date under the BLRA, could create significant liquidity concerns and constrain access to capital.
This question was addressed through the MLRA and BLRA techniques.
British Labrador Retriever Association (BLRA): www.britlabbreeders.com
The BLRA found that turnover was down by an average of 18 per cent although in some heavily-infected regions, such as Devon and Cumbria, losses are as high as 46 per cent.
More than 14,000 pubs are backing a campaign by BLRA and the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA).
Legislature and the PSC ordered a temporary 15% rate reduction in June as part of a new law that also repealed the BLRA and strengthened the regulatory powers of the PSC and the Office of Regulatory Staff.
"The Texaco site has laid fallow for more than 10 years, generating basic tax revenues to the city," said Nancy Kist, executive director of the BLRA. "Kaplan Companies is proposing to add significant ratable to the city's tax base, creating a community that will be a great place to live and work in Bayonne."
Rob Hayward, BLRA chief executive, said: "The only winners from this policy are the criminals who smuggle beer, as higher duty rates in the UK increase the incentive to smuggle and put more money in their pockets.
The figures, released by the Brewers and Licensed Retailers Association (BLRA) and the Campaign for Real Ale, also show that when duty and VAT are added together, the Chancellor takes one-third of the cost of every pint in tax.
But 75 per cent of the booze brought in is re-sold illegally, says the BLRA.
The BLRA, a state law passed in 2007, is the mechanism by which SCANA asked state regulators to approve the nine rate increases it received to fund the nuclear reactors.