- Published: Tuesday, 18 December 2012 15:26
- Written by Good Energy
Bloomington voters will have a second chance to approve an electric bundling program which will save customers up to $200 per year. Early last year, voters rejected the referendum in a surprising vote. The city Council, however, voted 7-2 to put the referendum back on the ballot on April 9th. Aldermen Jennifer McDade and Karen Schmidt have both said they have received calls from their residents requesting the measure be put back on the ballot. Voters do not want politics to get in the way of savings.