httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c_zzhYbU_ZI On April 5 Oak Park voters will have the opportunity to authorize the Village to search for better electricity rates for residents and small businesses. The goals of the program, called Community Choice Aggregation, are to save money and reduce our carbon footprint. If the measure is passed by a majority of voters, the Village will gather community input regarding the energy mix and cost savings goals before seeking competitive bids for electricity. If bids are not lower than current rates, the Village can elect to retain the current supplier, Exelon. Electricity would continue to be delivered and billed for by ComEd, no matter what the source, and individual customers will be able to opt out of the program.