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San Fernando Valley roundup: Tapas bar opens in NoHo, Police uncover large amount of marijuana and drugs and Glendale officials defend electric rate increasesGood morning, readers. Today is Friday, July 13, 2012. The North Hollywood Arts District seems to acquire a new business every month. An area rather desolate a few years ago is now home to several restaurants, an independent coffee shop, a Laemmle...
A judge this week ruled in favor of a man who filed a claim against the city of Burbank for another incident in which a squirrel chewed on aluminum wiring, causing a power surge that damaged electrical equipment. Following a hearing on Wednesday in the...
Tags: Politics, Justice System, Public Officials, Judges, Government
Squirrels with an appetite for aluminum are at the heart of a dispute between Burbank officials and the owner of a home where appliances have twice been fried because of power surges caused by chomped wires. Last month, John Buxer won a small claims case...
The U.S. Department of Energy could learn a thing or two from the researchers and power-company employees of Burbank. While the nation’s energy policy slowly, laboriously trudges toward sustainability and cleaner energy practices, Burbank Water and...
Pacific Gas and Electric, the largest private electric provider in the U.S., has somehow been allowed to use $46 million collected from its customers to put Proposition 16 on the June ballot. PG&E is the dominant backer of Proposition 16 with a single...
Amid a spate of promising economic news, home values are climbing. Now for the bad news. For the first time in human history, the concentration of climate-warming carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is nearing the milestone level of 400 parts per million....
Recent acquisitions are driving up the price of PPL Corp. stock, CEO William Spence said Wednesday at the Allentown company's annual shareholders' meeting. "Investors have noticed that we are delivering on our promise," Spence said. "Our stock price...
Watchdog with Paul MuschickThe state Public Utility Commission issued a report today to state lawmakers about how electric companies performed during Hurricane Sandy. Overall, the commission gave utilities high marks, but suggested areas for improvement. Utilities turned to...
POOLESVILLE, Md. — On a curve of the Potomac River 37 miles northwest of Washington, the Dickerson power plant has stood sentry over small villages, crop fields and horse farms for more than half a century. Burning mostly coal and some natural...
email@example.comA sheet of paper with the words “Do not move” was taped to the U-shaped receptionist desk. A similar note was taped to a large white planter nearby that contained a pot of crusty old soil and dead plant material. A few yards away was a set...
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Appalachian Power and a sister company are asking state regulators to approve a $237 million upgrade in Botetourt County. The utility and AEP Appalachian Transmission Company filed a joint request Thursday with the Virginia State Corporation...
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