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City ID’s potential collapse zone


Ennis Daily News photo by Nick Todaro / Much of the debris on E. Ennis Avenue came from Texas Lifestyle Furniture and The Herb Place health food store. Keith Jantz, owner of the building in which those stores reside, said he’s received approval from the city to begin repairs. He said he does not know when the furniture or health food stores will re-open.

Ennis Daily News photo by Nick Todaro / Much of the debris on E. Ennis Avenue came from Texas Lifestyle Furniture and The Herb Place health food store. Keith Jantz, owner of the building in which those stores reside, said he’s received approval from the city to begin repairs. He said he does not know when the furniture or health food stores will re-open.

Staff Report

After two days of assessing major structural damage and blocking access in parts of downtown Ennis, city officials have designated a potential collapse zone along Ennis Avenue and South Dallas. Click the link below to see the city’s collapse zone.

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