Another chance to vote for lower local power rates
Dixon residents are among the decreasing few who have not approved lower electrical rates. A third opportunity to approve municipal electrical aggregation will come in April. Especially after this year, we think they deserve a break.
As people go out and about to complete their Christmas shopping for others, some might be tempted to buy a little present for themselves. And what’s wrong with that, as long as it doesn’t break the budget?
Well, because of action taken this week by the Dixon City Council, Dixon residents will face a somewhat similar situation on the April ballot.
They will vote for various local elected offices, of course. But after performing that duty, they will be faced with a referendum about municipal electrical aggregation.
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