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Barricades come down after eight months


EDN Photo by Nick Todaro / Crews worked this morning to tear down barricades along Ennis Avenue that have been a fixture since the days after the May 16 tornado. The measures have been in place to protect people and property from harm because of fears of structural failure and collapse after the EF-1 tornado hit Ennis last year. City representatives have been working with engineers on approvals to take down the wooden walls around the Emporium building at the corner of Ennis Avenue and Dallas Street for more than a week after updates to that structure.

EDN Photo by Nick Todaro / Crews worked this morning to tear down barricades along Ennis Avenue that have been a fixture since the days after the May 16 tornado. The measures have been in place to protect people and property from harm because of fears of structural failure and collapse after the EF-1 tornado hit Ennis last year. City representatives have been working with engineers on approvals to take down the wooden walls around the Emporium building at the corner of Ennis Avenue and Dallas Street for more than a week after updates to that structure.

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