Tiskilwa looks at electric aggregation
TISKILWA — Some Tiskilwa residents had some questions Tuesday about the electric aggregation issue on the Nov. 6 ballot.
Mayor Randy Philhower told the five residents attending the Tiskilwa Village Board meeting that if residents approve the issue on Nov. 6, the village board will find a company to solicit bids from electric suppliers to get a cheaper rate for village residents and other electric users eligible to be included in the program.
If the issue passes, the company selected by the Tiskilwa Village Board will have to hold two public hearings to explain the program and to give an estimate on how much will be saved a year by each electric user in the village. Philhower said a company that came to the village board in February estimated that the average homeowner would save $150 to $175 a year in this program.
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