LIVE CHAT: Ask the Mayor How Your Electric Bills Can Be Lower
Frankfort's electricity aggregation referendum passed in March, but residents still have questions. Ask them during Patch's live chat with Mayor Jim Holland at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, May 17.
Now that electricity aggregation—the ability for a municipality to negotiate electricity rates for its residents—is a reality in the Village of Frankfort, it's more important than ever for citizens to get their questions answered. How much will you save? Will service be affected? How can you opt out?
Mayor Jim Holland will be holding a live online chat with Frankfort Patch editor Joe Vince to get to the bottom of your inquiries and help explain what electricity aggregation could mean for you. The chat will start on the Frankfort Patch site at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, May 17.
Won't be able to get to a computer or web connection then? You can leave your questions here in the comments section, and Joe will ask them for you. Then you can check back later and read the chat transcript. And just so you don't forget, you can set up an e-mail reminder to tell you when the blog is starting.
The village also will be holding a final public hearing for residents who want to get their questions answered in person. The hearing will be at 6 p.m. Monday, May 21, at the Frankfort Police Department.
Other things on Frankfort Patch you might like:
- Village Joins County Group to Lower Electric Rates
- Check Out the Electricity Aggregation Section for a Refresher on the Issue
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