Councilman Paul Koretz received $40,000 from the DWP union for his 2009 campaign[Updated after the jump with council-floor perspective from Bernard Parks, the L.A. City Councilman behind the push to gain city control of DWP pensions. Originally posted at 3:33 p.m.] Some of the highest-paid u ... More >>
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DWP’s powerful union sues over control issues
DWP board goes in search of peace in Owens Valley
In search of wise council on the Owens Valley mess
The DWP wants more of your money
Paying for the sins of L.A.’s water barons has created a half-billion-dollar boondoggle
What it will take to save L.A.’s troubled utility?
Mayor stretches his word on commission appointment
New DWP board creates its own dust storm over runaway costs of desert project
Therapists summoned to deal with angry workers on desert project
What DWP’s massive raise says about L.A.’s leadership
Longtime worker swept away after raising questions about multimillion-dollar cleaning contract
Mystery surrounding troubled contract points to mismanagement of L.A.’s giant utility
Shorted-out union contract poses big problem for Antonio and his powerful pal
Sweet contract proposal once again raises questions about who’s running L.A.’s public utility
Will neighborhood power grow or go in the new regime?
Secret memo to Mayor Hahn lays blame for DWP’s woes on union control
DWP’s monopoly cleaning contract gets scrubbed
L.A. City Council resists efforts to make it harder to buy office
The final days of Chief Parks
Maybe it makes sense to expand L.A.’s Board of Supervisors
Children’s Museum’s plan for edge of Griffith Park has few fans