Board agrees to put electricity measure on ballot
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MORRISON – The Whiteside County Board voted unanimously Tuesday to put a referendum on electrical aggregation on the April ballot.
If it passes, the county will have the authority to combine households and small businesses into an electricity-buying group, resulting in increased buying power and more competitive prices. Those who wish to can opt out of the program.
A majority of voters in 12 Sauk Valley communities voted in favor of electrical aggregation in March, and more than a dozen cities, villages and townships in the Sauk Valley approved local aggregation Nov. 6. Households are expected to save an average of $400 a year.
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