Coal City officials sign off on electric aggregation plan
Residents can opt-out, but deal guarantees lowest rate possible
COAL CITY — The Coal City Village Board at its meeting Monday approved measures to continue toward aggregating electric services to the community.
Village trustees approved ordinances to adopt a plan of governance for electrical aggregation and to authorize the aggregation of electrical load within the village. Previously, in April, the board voted to join municipalities, ranging from Braidwood to Bolingbrook, through the Will Electric Aggregation Group.
During a public hearing held before the board meeting, Matt Fritz, village administrator, said all residents and small businesses who can take part in the program will be included unless they choose to opt out.
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