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June 30, 1989
Lower sewer rates: The Irvine Ranch Water District has adopted a 1989-90 budget that includes a reduction in sewer rates and no change in water rates, district officials announced this week. The sewer service charge for a residential customer, now $8.95 a month, will be reduced to $8.35, effective Saturday. The decrease is due to lower operating costs and greater revenue, water district officials said.
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May 23, 2001 | JENIFER WARREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a dramatic escalation of energy crisis rhetoric, California Atty. Gen. Bill Lockyer this week suggested the chairman of a Houston-based power company should be locked in a prison cell with an amorous, tattooed inmate named Spike. Lockyer, who is investigating whether energy firms have manipulated prices on the wholesale electricity market, made the comment in an interview with the Wall Street Journal that appeared Tuesday. "I would love to personally escort [Enron Corp.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 23, 2001 | JENIFER WARREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a dramatic escalation of energy crisis rhetoric, California Atty. Gen. Bill Lockyer this week suggested the chairman of a Houston-based power company should be locked in a prison cell with an amorous, tattooed inmate named Spike. Lockyer, who is investigating whether energy firms have manipulated prices on the wholesale electricity market, made the comment in an interview with the Wall Street Journal that appeared Tuesday. "I would love to personally escort [Enron Corp.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 30, 1989
Lower sewer rates: The Irvine Ranch Water District has adopted a 1989-90 budget that includes a reduction in sewer rates and no change in water rates, district officials announced this week. The sewer service charge for a residential customer, now $8.95 a month, will be reduced to $8.35, effective Saturday. The decrease is due to lower operating costs and greater revenue, water district officials said.
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