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Denton Municipal Electric pays price for farmland
A shroud of secrecy over the Denton Energy Center deal remains even as city leaders probe the contracts, negotiations and assumptions that went into the controversial $265 million project.
One step back, another forward: Denton hobbled in exit from coal-fired power
Denton City Council renews energy conservation program
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 PUB agrees mining dump for recyclables too expensive, recommends ending program
The city of Denton's Public Utilities Board agreed Monday that a program to mine an old part of the city dump for recyclable materials is too costly for the benefits it might have provided.
Denton Energy Center construction reaches halfway mark
Construction workers have kept a brisk schedule erecting the Denton Energy Center, which is about halfway to completion this week.
Austin firm to rewrite Renewable Denton Plan
Enterprise Risk Consulting will evaluate where and how Denton Municipal Electric plans to buy, sell and make electricity for the next 20 years.
Investigation uncovers improper contact between city employees, contractors
An investigation into contracting irregularities at Denton Municipal Electric found that key employees had improper contact with bidders before the city awarded a pair of $100 million contracts last September, according to Denton City Manager Todd Hileman.
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.