Hamilton County, 5 Proposed Energy Aggregation Areas (November 2009)

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There were 5 Proposed Energy Aggregation Areas on the November 3 ballot in Hamilton County.

Village of Glendale

Approveda Glendale asked their voters if the village should be given the authority to aggregate the retail of electric loads in the village. In this regard they would enter into a service agreement with the company that provides and supplies the electricity for the village. All residents would obtain this automatically unless they decided to opt out of it. YES 76.49% NO 23.51%

Approveda Glendale also asked its voters if they would allow the village to aggregate the retail natural gas that is used by the village. It would follow the same guidelines as electricity aggregation. YES 76.92% NO 23.08%

Village of Lockland

Approveda The Village asked if they would be allowed to aggregate the retail electricity loads. They would then enter into agreements with the providers and facilitators of the electricity in order to sell it. All residents would be included unless they decided to opt out of it. YES 54.64% NO 45.36%

Symmes Township

Approveda Symmes asked their voters if the township should be given the authority to aggregate the retail of electric loads in the township. In this regard they would enter into a service agreement with the company that provides and supplies the electricity for the village. All residents would obtain this automatically unless they decided to opt out of it. YES 64.47% NO 35.53%

Approveda Symmes also asked its voters if they would allow the township to aggregate the retail natural gas that is used by the township. It would follow the same guidelines as electricity aggregation and residents could opt out if they wanted.[1] YES 64.88% NO 35.12%[2]

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