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FOOD DRIVE!

LLP is working with Emergency Food Network and will be accepting donations of food from now through the end of May. Bring in 10 items from this list and get a power strip!! While supplies last. (Must be an LLP customer to qualify)    

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2019 Annual Meeting Recap

On March 19th, Lakeview Light & Power held it’s 97th Annual Membership Meeting at Lakewood City Hall.  The Scholarship Committee awarded three scholarships to graduating high school seniors Ethan Wells and Areauna Brown from Lakes High School, and Sophia de Leon from Harrison Prep School. They also awarded a scholarship to Clover Park Technical College […]

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Safety is Our Priority

Here at LL&P, “Safety is Our Priority.” It’s not just a slogan; it’s how we do business. Our Linemen and Meter Shop personnel are continually training on how to perform their jobs more safely in a high-voltage environment. For example, our Apprentice Linemen must complete over 7,000 hours of on-the-job training before earning their journeyman […]

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Initiative 1631

We are fortunate to live in a region where we are able to utilize the cleanest, most reliable, and sustainable source of power: hydroelectricity – generated from dams along the Columbia and Snake River Systems. In fact over 93% of our power purchases is generated from this resource. Also, according to the US Energy Information […]

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A New Face at Lakeview

At the end of March; LL&P added another member to our Customer Service Team. We are proud to introduce Carolina (pronounced Caro-Lee-Na) Gonzalez to our front office. A 2012 graduate of Mount Tahoma High School, Carolina joins our team after earning her Associates Degree in Accounting from Clover Park Technical College. As a Certified Translator, […]

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A Smiling Face Retires

As our AMI (Advanced Meter Infrastructure) project neared completion, Lakeview Light & Power reached another milestone in its history as our long time Meter Reader Ann Slayton retired on July 31st. A Lakewood hometown girl, Ann attended Tyee Park Elementary, Woodbrook Junior High, and graduated from Clover Park High School in 1971. During her over […]

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Customer Spotlight

It’s hard to miss Scott McKay, he’s everywhere. At least in Lakewood anyway. On Bridgeport Way by the Hospital, On McChord Drive by the JBLM gate, On 59th Street by the Towne Center, there he is again. He’s not a superhero, but what he’s doing is absolutely super. He doesn’t wear a cape or some […]