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Night life critical to future of downtown

The Ennis Main Street Board recently voted unanimously to seek an amendment to the city’s code of ordinances that would change the distance a business that serves alcohol in downtown has to be from a church.

This should not be an issue.

Ennis is beginning to invest heavily in downtown development. The businesses and potential locations for businesses in downtown are good property tax revenue generators for the city, and they hold the promise of future economic expansion in the community. And if downtown is to grow, nightlife is going to be critical.

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