Due to significant developments in the natural gas business, the Oak Harbor Village Council stated that their gas aggregation programme, which was expected to save households a large amount of money on monthly utility bills, will be postponed. The goal of establishing a natural gas aggregation programme was to allow the municipality to bargain collectively in order to obtain a “bulk discount” and better fuel pricing for all Oak Harbor residents.
Oak Harbor Mayor Quinton Babcock, said, “A deal doesn’t make sense right now, but we are going to continue to monitor our options so we can save community members money when it does make sense.” Residents in the Municipality of Oak Harbor approved a measure in November authorising the village to contract for natural gas on their behalf, but the village council has chosen to postpone entering into a contract owing to a lack of options in a shifting market.
21 from 5 to 11 p.m. Bobby G and the Third Street Cigar Band and The Good The Bad and the Blues, two of the area’s best blues performers, will perform at this year’s festival. Brats from the Ballville E-Z Shop, domestic beers, craft beers, wine coolers, and wine will be served at the event. Tickets are $10 if purchased in advance and $15 if purchased at the door.