Tag: Brownsville Public Utilities Board (BPUB)
After a months-long process of due diligence in figuring out how to refund its electric customers money from rate hikes related to the failed Tenaska Brownsville Generating Station project, the Brownsville Public Utilities Board is ready to move forward.
The Brownsville Public Utilities Board waterline replacement project that’s been affecting traffic flow on Boca Chica Boulevard/S.H. 4 since November is about to enter its final phase.
First came the forensic analysis by Alabama-based public accounting firm Carr, Riggs & Ingram (CRI) into the Brownsville Public Utility Board's failed Tenaska Brownsville Generating Station project, which concluded that BPUB senior management hyped the project long after it was no longer financially feasible.
The Brownsville Public Utilities Board announced Wednesday that beginning next month it will resume disconnecting customers whose accounts are delinquent.
Brownsville Public Utilities Board has announced the closing of one lane on Highway 77/83 from FM 802 to Pablo Kisel Boulevard to repair lights on the portion of the expressway.