Laura Chick

Office of the Los Angeles City Controller (formerly)

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Laura Chick on KCRW

LA's Department of Water and Power is the biggest utility of its kind in the country, but it's had five managers in the past seven years.

LA's Department of Water and Power: Who's in Charge?

LA's Department of Water and Power is the biggest utility of its kind in the country, but it's had five managers in the past seven years.

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SoCal Connected on KCET has added a  third report  to its ongoing series on  HACLA .

Was City Controller Wendy Greuel Slow to Check Out a Scandal?

SoCal Connected on KCET has added a third report to its ongoing series on HACLA .

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President Obama's stimulus package is officially called the  American Recovery and Reinvestment Act .  It was advertised as a fast-track program for hiring the unemployed as well as…

Economic Stimulus: The Promise and the Reality

President Obama's stimulus package is officially called the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act .  It was advertised as a fast-track program for hiring the unemployed as well as…

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