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.

'Green Power,' Jobs and City Hall Politics

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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