Do you have comments to share with aldermen? Meeting will begin with public forum.
Agenda topics for the Elmhurst City Council on Monday will include natural gas aggregation and approval of a new preschool and a bicycle plan, among other business. The council will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 4, at City Hall, 209 N. York St. The council will first meet in executive session at 6:30 p.m. to discuss the acquisition of real property. The regular meeting will begin with public forum. Members of the community are welcome to speak for up to three minutes on any topic. In addition to approval of minutes and accounts payable, the consent agenda includes the following items: Aldermen will then hear reports and recommendations from Acting Mayor Scott Levin and City Manager Jim Grabowski. The council will then vote on a 27th …
Natural gas aggregation may be another opportunity—like electricity aggregation has been—for residents and businesses to save money, aldermen say.
Friday, February 1
Editor's Note: The following press release was submitted by 6th Ward Alderman and mayoral candidate Steve Morley. Based on the overwhelming success of electrical aggregation in Elmhurst, a group of Elmhurst alderman has made a proposal to consider expansion of aggregation to natural gas contracts. “While the issue of natural gas aggregation continues to be discussed in Springfield, it is important that Elmhurst, as a home-rule community, determine what options are available to us,” 6th Ward Alderman Steve Morley said. “We need to start looking at this right now so that we are ready to move swiftly when the opportunity presents itself.” The referral for consideration and review of a natural gas aggregation program was made on Wednesday, Jan…