Ron Nichols

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General Manager of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power; former Managing Director of Navigant Consulting's Energy practice in Seattle, Washington

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Tonight at the Crown Plaza Los Angeles Harbor, LA's Department of Water and Power is holding the  last of a series of meetings  designed to tell the rate-paying public why still more…

Will LA Residents Have to Pay More for Water and Power?

Tonight at the Crown Plaza Los Angeles Harbor, LA's Department of Water and Power is holding the last of a series of meetings designed to tell the rate-paying public why still more…

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The  LA Department of Water and Power  now has its sixth general manager since Antonio Villaraigosa became mayor in 2005.  Ron Nichols  was confirmed today by the City Council.

Ron Nichols Becomes New GM at LA DWP

The LA Department of Water and Power now has its sixth general manager since Antonio Villaraigosa became mayor in 2005. Ron Nichols was confirmed today by the City Council.

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