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As a fired electrician fights to get his job back, Metro Water increases its rates

When Metro Water District managers fired electrician Donovan Hemway after he was nearly electrocuted, they stirred up already murky waters—and several government investigations of Metro Water are under way, as Hemway fights to get his job back. Speaking to the board of…

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