Richard Harasick

Water System at LA Department of Water and Power

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Senior Assistant General Manager of Water System at LA Department of Water and Power.


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There is so much runoff water from the Sierra Nevada that Owens Lake may be flooded. This would ruin hundreds of millions of dollars of infrastructure that Los Angeles has paid for.

Sierra Nevada runoff could damage pricy LA infrastructure

There is so much runoff water from the Sierra Nevada that Owens Lake may be flooded. This would ruin hundreds of millions of dollars of infrastructure that Los Angeles has paid for.

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