Cincinnati City Gas & Electricity Aggregation Questions, 2 (November 2011)
Both measures were approved
This measure sought to aggregate the city electricity and gas services in the city for the goal of allowing for lower costs for residents who would also be able to opt out of the programs if they wanted.
The Cincinnati Regional Chamber had not endorsed this measure, noting that they felt that residents should be free to choose what gas or electricity provider they want and let the market decisions remain for residents.
|Cincinnati Issue 44, Electric Aggregation|
|Cincinnati Issue 45, Gas Aggregation|
Text of measure
Gas Aggregation The question on the ballot:
|Shall the City of Cincinnati have the authority to aggregate the retail natural gas loads located within the incorporated areas of Cincinnati and enter into service agreements for the sale and purchase of natural gas, such aggregation to occur automatically except where any person elects to opt out?|
- Hamilton County Board of Elections, November Election Results
- Hamilton County Board of Elections, November Candidate and Issues List, pg 27
- Politics Extra, "Cincinnati chamber releases election endorsements," September 20, 2011
- Politics Extra, "Read the streetcar, other city referenda," September 8, 2011
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