With spring break just around the corner, CoServ offers timely tips to help you save money.
Also: Denton County sees uptick in flu cases. D-FW office construction at peak after 5 years of gains. And, Frisco’s tallest building nears completion.
Also: SAVE WITH COSERV: Rebates can help you save energy, money. Denton County sets goal for law enforcement memorial completion. And, U.S. solar market grows 95% in 2016, smashes records.
Also: #CoServCommunity: Supporting Little Elm, Prosper, McKinney, Northwest ISD and the Lake Cities area. Guest column: Members should govern co-ops, not Public Utilities Commission. And, Cruise rewards co-op commitment.
Giving back to communities is important to CoServ, which visits schools, attends functions and funds social service agencies this week.
Also: Denton police warn residents about utility billing scam. El Paso Electric seeks 8.7% rate hike in Texas. And, WinCo Foods ups new store capacity with new Denton distribution center.
Also: Nearly 200,000 remain under evacuation near California dam. Group says Texas electric grid would survive loss of two coal plants. And, $7,500 CoServ grant gives hope to children in need.