Lake Sharp

Highland Park resident

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Highland Park resident and Solar City customer

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Last July, Lake Sharp installed solar panels on her Highland Park home.

Why One Solar Customer Still Isn't Saving

Last July, Lake Sharp installed solar panels on her Highland Park home.

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Mayor Eric Garcetti has promised to speed up the process of making Los Angeles go green. He’s announced that permits for solar power on private homes are now available on line.

Going Solar Still Isn’t Easy in LA

Mayor Eric Garcetti has promised to speed up the process of making Los Angeles go green. He’s announced that permits for solar power on private homes are now available on line.

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