County again may ask voters to OK electricity plan
GENEVA – Kane County voters again may have the chance to reduce their monthly electricity bills.
Friday, the County Board Development Committee unanimously recommended the full County Board move ahead with plans to consider placing a referendum on the ballot during the April municipal elections that would ask voters to give the county the ability to contract for electrical services on behalf of those who live in unincorporated portions of Kane County.
Kane voters narrowly defeated a similar referendum question on electricity aggregation in March. That measure failed by 207 votes. No group coalesced in opposition to the measure, leaving supporters confused.
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