Plainfield says electric aggregation contract will not bring savings in final year

 

Since 2012, the village of Plainfield, along with other Will County communities, has negotiated a fixed price electricity supply contract for residents and small businesses.

The goal of the program was to provide electricity cost savings, but the village announced that the current contract will not provide savings in its final year.According to the village, the program has saved participating residents and businesses almost $30 million countywide. The average household has saved more than $400, compared with ComEd’s supply rates.

Based upon the terms of the contract, residents and businesses have the right to return to ComEd or any other supplier without an early termination fee. In order to return to ComEd, customers should call Homefield Energy at 1-866-694-1262 and let them know that they would like to return to ComEd supply service at the earliest possible date. Customers will need their account number.   The village said the change could take one to two billing cycles to take effect, depending on their meter read schedules.

For additional information on the electric aggregation program, call the Will County Governmental League at 815-729-3535.

Summer Day camps to be offered at the Plainfield Park District

Spring is in the air and summer is just around the corner, which means registration for the Plainfield Park District’s summer day camps is underway.

Summer day camps begin June 6 and are divided into one week sessions. All camps will meet Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Boy Scout Park, located at the Recreation and Administration Center, 23729 W. Ottawa St., Plainfield.

The Park District will offer three camps for different age groups.

Youth day camp, for students in kindergarten through fifth grade, will include swimming at the Ottawa Street Pool, outdoor games, crafts, theme days, field trips and more. Middle school age day camp, for students sixth through eighth grade, will include three field trips per week, swimming at the Ottawa Street Pool and more.

The leadership camp will develop leadership skills in ninth- and tenth-grade students that they can use to help others and themselves identify and achieve goals. Participants will learn fun and valuable information from guest speakers, enjoy two field trips a week and go swimming.

The park district will supply each camper with one camp T-shirt for the summer.

Extended hours for summer day camp are available from 7:30-8:30 a.m. and 3:30-5:30 p.m. for campers whose parents are unable to drop-off and pick-up at designated camp times.

Parents of registered participants will be able to pick up camp welcome packets at Meet the Counselors Night, scheduled for June 1 at 6:30 p.m. at Boy Scout Park, 23729 W. Ottawa St., Plainfield.

For more information on on summer day camps, visit www.plfdparks.org.

 

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