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October 26, 1989 | From United Press International
Sierra Pacific Power Co. and Nevada Bell are proposing a restructuring of management to cut costs. Sierra Pacific has announced an overhaul of its management and operations. A study of the company, released earlier, showed that it had a work force 20% larger than other utilities of the same size. There are about 1,800 employees at Sierra Pacific, which serves electricity to northern Nevada and water and natural gas to the Reno area.
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October 26, 1989 | From United Press International
Sierra Pacific Power Co. and Nevada Bell are proposing a restructuring of management to cut costs. Sierra Pacific has announced an overhaul of its management and operations. A study of the company, released earlier, showed that it had a work force 20% larger than other utilities of the same size. There are about 1,800 employees at Sierra Pacific, which serves electricity to northern Nevada and water and natural gas to the Reno area.
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November 11, 2003 | From Bloomberg News
California and utilities in Nevada and Oregon, which had sought to void billions of dollars in power-supply contracts, failed to convince U.S. regulators to reconsider a ruling that forces buyers to honor the agreements. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission declined to review its June 25 decisions requiring the California Public Utilities Commission, PacifiCorp, Puget Energy Inc. and the Nevada Power unit of Sierra Pacific Resources to honor the power contracts.
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February 24, 2002 | NANCY VOGEL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In an about-face, Gov. Gray Davis is expected to announce today that he will petition the federal government to overturn dozens of long-term electricity contracts signed by California at the height of the power crisis. Once heralded by Davis as the whip that tamed a wild electricity market, the long-term contracts lately have been attacked as too expensive by consumer advocates and lawmakers.
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