Ennis Daily News

Public input paramount for city plan


The comprehensive plan proposed by Chuck Ewings makes good sense, and we’re glad to see the Ennis City Commission agrees with our assessment.

The new city manager is right on the money when he says our community has widely varied interests and goals. Ask anyone living in any of the city’s five wards what the highest priority for development in our community is in their eyes and you’re highly likely to get a different answer from each person.

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