Joliet sets hearings on electric aggregation program
September 10, 2012 8:08PM
Updated: October 12, 2012 6:01AM
Joliet sets hearings on electric aggregation
JOLIET — A public hearing on Joliet’s proposed plan of operation and governance for the city Opt-In Electric Aggregation Program will be at 4 p.m. Tuesday in the Planning Conference Room at Joliet City Hall, 150 W. Jefferson St.
Another hearing is set for 6:30 p.m. Sept. 18 during the city council meeting in the Little Theater of Joliet Central High School, 201 E. Jefferson St.
Electric aggregation is a program that allows local governments to bundle or “aggregate” residential and small commercial retail electric accounts and seek bids for a most cost-effective supply of power.
Council accepts grant
JOLIET — The Collins Street Neighborhood Council accepted an award of $2,400 from Will County States Attorney James Glasgow. The grant will help start a Pilot After-School Program at the Spanish Community Center.
The program focuses on junior high and high school students. By using creative art and sound art technology allowing creative expression, a mentorship with local leaders and homework will give them a sense of direction and positive role models.