Union contests L.A. utility's layoff plans
- Los Angeles DWP wins first round in court over proposed layoffs. Berkman, Leslie // Bond Buyer;03/09/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30346, p3
Focuses on a California court decision denying a union request to stop the layoff of workers of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (DWP). Indecision over whether department should negotiate layoffs with labor union representatives; Judge Kurt Lewin's concurrence with DWP argument...
- Los Angeles DWP Accepts Rate Increase. Ward, Andrew // Bond Buyer;4/19/2010, Vol. 372 Issue 33301, p4
The article reports that the Board of Water and Power Commissioners of the Department of Water and Power voted and approved the electricity rate increase in Los Angeles, California.
- L.A. City Council approves DWP plan. Maraois, Michael B. // Bond Buyer;3/27/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30360, p39
Announces that the city council of Los Angeles, California has approved the employee severance and buyout package plan of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power. Value of the severance package; Terms of employee buyout.
- Upcoming PM Departure Sparks Concern at L.A. Pension Plan. Lewis, Jakema // Investment Management Mandate Pipeline;5/21/2013, p4
The article reports on the May 16, 2013 meeting held by the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Employees' Retirement Plan (WPERP) in California . It notes that the focus of the meeting was Pyramis Global Advisors. In a memorandum, it was noted that the Board from Plan Administrator...
- Edwards Nominated to Be First Woman to Head LADWP. Webster, Keeley // Bond Buyer;2/4/2014, Vol. 123 Issue 34054, p1
The article announces that Marcie Edwards will succeed Ron Nichols as Los Angeles Department of Water and Power general manager in California as of February 2014.
- Los Angeles WPERP Releases Manager from Watch List. Lewis, Jakema // Investment Management Mandate Pipeline;10/25/2012, p5
The article reports on the move by the California-based Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Employees' Retirement Plan (WPERP) to remove Baltimore, Maryland-based firm T. Rowe Price from its watch list in late October 2012. T. Rowe Price manages approximately 443.4 million dollars for...
- Electricity dereg an evolution, not a revolution. Fine, Howard // Orange County Business Journal;03/02/98, Vol. 21 Issue 9, p5
Reports on the problems arising at the onset of California's electric utility deregulation. Problems concerning the computer system; Figures of the number of companies that signed up with different power providers; Announcement from municipal utilities of impending job cuts; Reasons cited by...
- To end bad air as well as utility monopolies. Robinson, Michelle // Christian Science Monitor;2/18/97, Vol. 89 Issue 57, p18
Reports that the bid in the United States to allow competition in the electric utilities industry and regulations to improve the quality of air, will soon result in problems. Conflicting nature of these two areas; How these areas can be handled to benefit both the industry and the environment.
- Regional Factbook. // Electrical Wholesaling;Nov2002, Vol. 83 Issue 11, p24
Reports developments related to the electrical industry in the U.S. Retrenchment of employees; Increase of unemployment rate; Expansion of the manufacturing plants.