The list of four finalists announced late Monday to run Austin Energy has left some longtime observers of the utility underwhelmed.
Two of the candidates named by City Manager Marc Ott to be the next potential general manager have ties to the city-owned utility, including one who is an executive there. The other two work at utilities a fraction of Austin Energy’s size.
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