Darren Schubert


Texas Historical Commission


On October 28, archeologists from POWER Engineers, Inc. (POWER) conducted an intensive archeological survey for the proposed Long Road electrical substation project (Project) in Denton County, Texas. The survey was undertaken on behalf of Denton Municipal Electric (DME) for a proposed substation facility that will connect with the existing Texas Municipal Power Agency 138 kV transmission line extending from the Denton North Interchange to the Arco Substation. No archeological materials were recorded as a result of the survey.

The proposed substation will be constructed on land that will be owned by Denton Municipal Electric, a department of the City of Denton, a political subdivision of the State of Texas. Thus, the survey was performed under Texas Antiquities Permit No. 7064 (Appendix A), and this report serves as partial fulfillment of the requirements of the permit.

Darren Schubert, M.A., RPA, was the Principal Investigator for the Project, and the survey was conducted by Darren Schubert and Jahleen Sefton. Mr. Schubert authored the report. A total of 10 person-hours were spent completing the field survey. The field data was processed by Gray Rackley, and report maps were produced by Aaron Wolf and Gray Rackley. No artifacts were collected during the survey. Project-related documents, including shovel test forms, photo logs, and photographs, will be curated at the Texas Archeological Research Laboratory.

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