- Published: Thursday, 04 April 2013 10:59
- Written by Good Energy
Voters in many communities in central and southern Illinois will go to the polls April 9 to decide on electric aggregation. These voters will get the chance to decide if they want to save money every month on their electric bill by locking in lower rates.
These communities include Bloomington, Clinton, Fairbury, Gridley, Pontiac, Streator, and unincorporated parts of DeWitt, McLean, and Woodford counties. Early last year, Bloomington and Normal voters turned down an aggregation measure. Normal voters, however, voted again in November and passed the measure easily.