Ennis Daily News

Appreciation for services by the City of Ennis — Utility work


Dear Mr. Bolen,

As we all know, what could have been a nightmare scenario regarding the problems surrounding a very old sewer line was handled by the staff of the City of Ennis with the utmost care, professionalism and regard for homeowners’ properties being disturbed as well as the relocation of the sewer line behind our homes and in our subdivision.

For this we, the homeowners of Creekwood Court, Oak Creek Drive and this Association extend our most grateful thank you.

As we all know, the replacement and relocation of the sewer line was necessary for the new junior high school and other residences of this our great and closely knit City of Ennis.

We want to thank you as well as every crew member and staff employee, our city manager and our Mayor for the way this situation was handled.

Each city employee that either worked outdoors on this project or handled our phone calls and concerns, handled each item, each inquiry and each suggestion with courtesy, kindness and an open mind.

We would like each and every one of them to know we greatly appreciate their assistance on this project.

Thanks again to all, for the ways in which this situation was handled and for assisting us in getting this matter resolved in haste and with consideration for our welfare as well as that of the City of Ennis and its residents.

Ennis Oak Creek
Homeowners Association
and the residents of Oak Creek Subdivision
Christopher T. Price

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