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Apparently, L.A. City Council members don't care what residents think about DWP raises

To the editor: I recently received my latest bill from the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power with yet another increase. I’m sure it will be sufficient to help cover the round of pay increases for about 9,000 DWP workers approved by the City Council on Wednesday. (“L.A. City Council approves...
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