Two More Cities Sign With Los Angeles County Municipal Aggregation
The cities of Sierra Madre and Alhambra, California, have signed onto the Los Angeles County opt-out municipal aggregation electricity program (community choice aggregation)
Cities currently on board include West Hollywood, Rolling Hills Estates, South Pasadena, Calabasas, Alhambra, Sierra Madre, Downey, and Agoura Hills.
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