The city of Los Angeles is going to shell out millions of dollars for trying to stop local garbage truck drivers from napping during their breaks.  The City Council has finalized a 26-million-dollar legal settlement to end a lawsuit over the matter.  A class-action lawsuit involving roughly eleven-hundred sanitation workers had been filed, saying the workers were illegally barred from taking naps and doing other activities on their meal breaks.  Sanitation officials had imposed the "no-napping" rule over concern that residents might see workers catching some shut-eye and thinking they were sleeping on the job.