Athens City Council and Athens County commissioners are both putting electric aggregation initiatives on the November ballot, Ohio University's The Post reports. Passage of either would enable "the city and county to work in tandem" to purchase electricity that the city could then sell "at a lower cost to residents." Residents would be able to opt out of the program, the article said. Dayton is considering a similar measure, as is the Village and Township of Granville (See our Aug 07, 2013, blog post for more information). For more, read the full story.