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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.
Is Denton's electric rate relief a live wire?
Denton nearly finished with investigation into DME contracts
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.
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.
City employees placed on leave in wake of DME contract investigation
A total of four high-level Denton Municipal Electric employees were placed on administrative leave as the city investigates DME’s contracting practices.
Williams resigns as head of Denton Municipal Electric
Phil Williams, general manager of Denton Municipal Electric, resigned from his post effective Friday.
Denton reaches milestone in rooftop solar
Denton Municipal Electric announced Friday that more than 100 customers now have solar panels powering their homes and businesses.
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.