Voters approve Fostoria electric aggregation
FOSTORIA — Fostoria voters Tuesday considered an electric aggregation program, which is similar to a gas aggregation program the city has in place.
“Electric aggregation is an opportunity for cities, townships and counties to negotiate a competitive electricity rate from retail electric suppliers, providing budget stability for the residents and small businesses,” according to information from the city.
In Seneca County, 318 voters approved the issue, and 233 voted against it, according to unofficial totals.
In Hancock County, 174 voters approved it, and 108 voted against it, according to unofficial totals.
Fostoria candidates ran unopposed on the ballot Tuesday.
Mayor Eric Keckler received 477 votes in Seneca County and 239 in Hancock County; Auditor Holly Cassady received 462 votes in Seneca County and 233 in Hancock County; Law Director Stephanie Kiser received 442 votes in Seneca County and 215 in Hancock County; and Steve Kauffman, Fostoria City Council president, received 446 votes in Seneca County and 224 in Hancock County.
City council candidates Greg Cassidy received 391 votes in Seneca County and 197 in Hancock County, Edward Logsdon received 354 votes in Seneca County and 177 in Hancock County, and Brian Shaver received 384 votes in Seneca County and 192 in Hancock County.
Complete Wood County results were not available as of 10:45 p.m. Tuesday.