Wildomar readies for WCE switch 

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Jeff Pack Staff Writer If you’re a resident or business owner in the city of Wildomar, you may not notice much when you receive a bill for electricity from Southern California Edison in early May.  But something will be different according to the city and representatives from the Western Riverside Council of Governments – you’ll be paying less.  “Residents should be excited for the simple fact that there is a cost-saving that they’ll see immediately on their bill,” Mayor Dustin Nigg said. “Not a whole lot, maybe five bucks, but it’s something.” Wildomar has joined up with Western Community Energy, a Community Choice Aggregation program that gives local governments the opportunity to buy electricity directly from its source and offers it to the community at
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