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City orders review of Denton Energy Center air permit
The city added yet another layer of scrutiny to the Denton Energy Center project this week — an independent review of its air permit application.
Investigation uncovers improper contact between city employees, contractors
More scrutiny ahead for Denton's solid waste department, DME
DME reboots energy plan, seeks new general manager
Denton Municipal Electric is rebooting after major missteps lead to the ouster of three high-level employees.
Is Denton's electric rate relief a live wire?
A proposed rate decrease may signal a new era for DME, where ratepayers finally enjoy the savings coming from renewable energy generated at wind and solar farms. Or, it could be the lull before the storm.
Denton Energy Center's troubled past makes future uncertain
It’s hard to pinpoint the moment when DME management went off the rails. But one thing about the Denton Energy Center project is clear: a handful of DME executives got on board two years ago and put the pedal to the floor.
Two DME employees fired; file lawsuit against city
Two city employees, Mike Grim and Jim Maynard, have been fired amid an investigation into contracting irregularities at Denton Municipal Electric.
Closed-door meeting Friday takes up Wartsila, Burns-McDonnell contracts
The Denton City Council will be meeting Friday morning in a special-call session to discuss the Denton Energy Center contracts.
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.