The Glenview Village Board will consider adding an electricity aggregation referendum to November’s ballot at a workshop at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at .
The meeting will include a briefing on how much local communities who aggregated have saved, what the impact would be on a typical Glenview electric bill and the cost of implementing the program.
In 2010, the Illinois legislature gave municipalities the ability to negotiate for lower electricity rates for residents and small retailers. With voter approval, Glenview would be able to combine the village’s electricity needs to qualify for volume pricing. Power would still be delivered to village properties by ComEd.
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