Guy Lipa

Los Angeles Department of Water and Power

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Chief of staff for the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power

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In the next five years Los Angeles will have to start repairing its crumbling infrastructure by raising utility rates.

LA DWP Proposes Rate Hike amid Billing Issues

In the next five years Los Angeles will have to start repairing its crumbling infrastructure by raising utility rates.

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