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DME linemen return from Florida
Denton Municipal Electric sent a crew of 20 linemen and others to help restore power to one Florida community last week. They returned Thursday.
Denton City Council renews energy conservation program
Denton PUB agrees mining dump for recyclables too expensive, recommends ending program
One step back, another forward: Denton hobbled in exit from coal-fired power
Denton cannot walk away from coal-fired power anytime soon, likely leaving more work for the city and its energy consultants.
Florida utilities ask DME to help rebuild after Hurricane Irma
A crew of 20 linemen and other electric utility workers are packing for a trip to Ocala, Florida, to help with recovery efforts after Hurricane Irma strikes.
Denton seeks change of venue in lawsuit from former DME employees
The city of Denton has asked a Dallas County judge to move back to Denton County a lawsuit filed by two former Denton Municipal Electric employees.
More scrutiny ahead for Denton's solid waste department, DME
The Denton Public Utilities Board agreed Monday that the city needed outside experts to assess the energy trading group at Denton Municipal Electric and to examine possible purchasing irregularities in Denton’s Solid Waste Department.
Bunselmeyer retires from DME
William Bunselmeyer, the only high-level Denton Municipal Electric employee who returned to work after being placed on leave during a contract investigation, has retired.