CLAY TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) – The owner of the Harsens Island ferry is in a dispute with the state agency that regulates its operations.

The Times Herald of Port Huron reports the Michigan Public Service Commission has ordered Champion’s Auto Ferry to explain why it failed to provide documentation the commission says the company is required to submit.

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In a November filing, the commission staff called Champion’s “serially noncompliant.”

The staff also asked the commission to fine Champion’s for failing to provide financial information, reverse its 2013 approval of a $1 rate increase and order Champion’s to refund ticket money collected after the $1 rate increase.

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Dave Bryson, president of Champion’s Auto Ferry, says the commission doesn’t have the right to the information it’s requesting.

Harsens Island is in St. Clair County’s Clay Township.

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