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The outages would last about five hours, and residents would get as much as a week’s notice. If the weather turned out to be too hot, the department would cancel the planned outage. The utility also wants the city to loosen restrictions that prevent its crews from working in the street during “peak traffic hours” in the morning and afternoon. Those rules leave workers with little time to get the work done, said DWP General Manager David Wright. “We can work between 9 and 3, but a half-hour for traffic control and a half-hour for a lunch … that’s like five hours of work,” he told the Board of Water and Power Commissioners at a meeting Tuesday. Wright said the utility also needs to encourage residents to prepare for power outages, especially if they have medical needs that require electricity, by buying a small generator or a phone charger that runs on solar power. Those devices could be crucial in an earthquake or other emergency, he said. Wright told the board that extreme temperatures are not going away. “This is what the future looks like for us,” he said. “We are seeing real extremes in the way of what we’re having to deal with.” Throughout the region Tuesday, people did what they could to stay cool.
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