Residents of Hamilton could see cheaper electrical bills soon.
The city council agreed to let residents vote on whether the city should participate in electrical aggregation on the April ballot.
Mayor Stephen Woodruff says he thinks it would save people a lot of cash.
"The city did this with the city municipality electric bills a couple of years ago through Anderson's and it saved us a considerable amount of money," said Woodruff.
Woodruff says the city has seen a savings of almost twenty percent in their bills.
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