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How many times have you heard the phrase “Ennis never gets anything nice?”

Often it seems Ennisites such as ourselves have a complex of sorts. If Ennis does get something nice,

we rationalize it in our minds by telling ourselves it isn’t actually that nice, or we do the alternative and

claim “too little, too late.”

It’s true Ennis has been left behind in a sense when it’s come to Ellis County economic development,

but city leaders will have us believe that is about to change. Seemingly central on City Hall’s mind is

downtown Ennis, where the past and the future could potentially meet to create an economic engine.

Earlier this week, city workers chopped down four trees at the corners of Ennis Avenue and Dallas

Street. They were unsightly trees that had been there too long. Along with the announcement that four

newer trees would replace those, the city gave word of cement planters, benches, trash receptacles and

people panels.

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