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Public Affairs Manager SoCalGasSafety, service and customer choice are very important to Southern California Gas Co. With this in mind, we want to respectfully clarify some concerns from a recent letter about smart meters. First, SoCalGas advanced meters are not the “smart...
Tags: Radio, Entertainment
The Southern California Gas Co. will be upgrading its natural gas-metering system by installing advanced meters throughout its service territory, including El Centro, in early February. The communications device will transmit hourly gas usage data from a...
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The ordinance allowing cell towers in public right-of-ways in Burbank will go into effect next month, the City Council decided Tuesday. While the ordinance requires wireless companies to obtain an encroachment permit to install a tower, it gives...
The City Council this week moved to allow cellular towers on new poles in public right-of-ways provided the service provider obtains an encroachment permit. Residents who live within 1,000 feet of the proposed tower will be notified of the permit once it...
At the City Council meeting on Oct. 16, Mayor Jane Egly stated that she wanted to support the South Laguna Community Garden, but that she needed to know about the soil contamination and to see an appraisal. Specifically, she said, "If that is what...
Thomas Cassidy Longtime classical music radio announcer in L.A. Thomas Cassidy, 95, an announcer who was the longtime host of classical music programs on the now-defunct KFAC radio station, died Nov. 5 at Northridge Hospital Medical Center, his daughter...
Staff WriterBRAWLEY — Kids of all ages ate hamburger and played games during the Foster Kids Rodeo Barbecue just moments before the Cattle Call Rodeo on Saturday. The event was part of an annual celebration that brings together 150 local foster children to the...
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Police evacuated businesses and apartments in West Glendale on Tuesday after construction crews broke a gas line at San Fernando Road and Western Avenue, officials said. The construction crew struck the gas line about 1:20 p.m., prompting police and fire...
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LOS ANGELES -- Back-to-back electricity rate hikes totaling 11.1% won preliminary approval Tuesday from the Los Angeles City Council, despite complaints from ratepayers and some members about the size of the utility's salaries. On a 10 to 4 vote, the...
Latino businesses: An article in the Sept. 18 Business section about chief executives urging greater recognition of the growing Latino market said that Anne Shen Smith, chief executive of Southern California Gas Co., noted that 77% of the top 50 employees...
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