Marion Township, Green Camp and Caledonia Village Electrical Aggregation (May 2010)

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There were three Electrical Aggregation questions on the May 4 ballot in Marion County for voters in the township of Marion and the villages of Green Camp and Caledonia.

All three measures were approved with over 59 percent approvals.[1]

This measure asked residents if they wanted to implement electrical aggregation, this means they would collectively buy their electricity from the providers and in doing so would save residents money. Collective buying usually entails a percentage decrease in rates, saving consumers money if they were to buy it alone. Marion township had been approached with a 6 percent reduction in rates for a further eight years if this aggregation measure was approved.[2]

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