Los Angeles DWP to eliminate 2,000 jobs

Jacobius, Arleen
March 1998
Bond Buyer;03/02/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30341, p3
Trade Publication
Focuses on Los Angeles, California's Department of Water and Power's (DWP) plan to lay off 2,000 employees to help the nation's largest municipal utility grid for electric deregulation by 2003. Engineers and Architects Union's petition to stop the layoffs; Impact of a slowdown on DWP's creditworthiness.


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