Marble Cliff to put electric aggregation measure on fall ballot; Grandview eyes spring 2023


Marble Cliff residents will be voting in November on whether to establish an opt-out electric service aggregation program in the village.

The village council June 21 voted 6-0 to place a measure on the Nov. 8 ballot. Councilwoman Kendy Troiano did not attend the meeting.

If the ballot measure is approved, the village would be authorized to establish an aggregation program to provide electric service for residents and small businesses using renewable, clean energy, Mayor Matt Cincione said.

“This would be an opt-out program,” he said. “You wouldn’t have to participate in the aggregation program, but you would have to register to opt out.

“We just think this is an appropriate question to bring to our residents. Is this something they want to see in our community? It fits in with some of the other measures we’ve already taken, adding solar panels to the village hall and setting up the electric-vehicle charging stations in front of the hall.”

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