Nick Patsouras

former President, LA Department of Water and Power

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Former President of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power and former board member of the Metropolitan Transit Authority; candidate for Los Angeles City Controller;  electrical engineer and businessman by profession

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The LA City Council wants the Department of Water and Power to install solar panels on government, commercial and industrial roofs all over the city.

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The LA City Council wants the Department of Water and Power to install solar panels on government, commercial and industrial roofs all over the city.

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