A Dallas County jury recently sided with two former Denton Municipal Electric employees who claimed they were wrongfully terminated by the city in 2017. Competing motions for judgment in the case have been scheduled for March 27. 

How did we get here? 

Listed below are key Denton Record-Chronicle stories covering DME's role in commissioning the Denton Energy Center, the city's new, natural-gas fired power plant at the center of the lawsuit. The $265 million project, funded by local ratepayers, was controversial from the start. 

Stories are listed in chronological order: 

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Nearly 100 people packed the community room Sunday afternoon at North Branch Library to hear more about the city's Renewable Denton Plan, this…

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If the Denton City Council approves the "Renewable Denton Plan," it will face the largest capital equipment purchase in recent memory: where t…

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A divided City Council postponed until next Tuesday its vote for several items related to the construction of a gas-fired power plant in far w…

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Two city employees have been fired in the wake of an investigation into possible contracting irregularities at Denton Municipal Electric.

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