The head of the largest Department of Water and Power union says he’s going to appeal a recent court order demanding he turn over financial records for the Joint Training Institute and Joint Safety Institute. Both of those non-profits have taken in about $40 million in ratepayer money collectively over the last ten years. And this back-and-forth between city officials and utility union folk has been going on for months now, and we still have no idea what these trusts are doing with this money. Gene Maddaus reports for the LA Weekly, and spoke with KCRW's Steve Chiotakis.
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