Confusion continues over electrical aggregation
Residents reminded they need to do nothing to get voter-approved savings
CHANNAHON — There still seems to be some confusion among residents regarding the electricity supplier changeover that came with the electric aggregation vote, according to Channahon Village Administrator Joe Pena.
Last spring, Channahon voters, along with those in Braidwood, Coal City, Elwood, Frankfort, Plainfield, Romeoville, Shorewood, Bolingbrook, Homer Glen, Beecher, Crete, Downers Grove, Lemont, Monee, Peotone, Rockdale, and Woodridge, approved participating in the Will County Governmental League’s electrical aggregation. In July, the WCGL chose First Energy as the official electricity supplier for the municipalities that voted in favor of electrical aggregation.
The changeover in supplier will be automatic for all residences and small businesses, Pena said, no matter how the individual voted at the polls. Pena told the village board Monday that there are still misunderstandings about the issue and that the village receives frequent calls about it.
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