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Shop local, it’s our ticket to prosperity

One of the somewhat lost concepts in the midst of our economic distress over the last few years has been the citizen accountability that comes with a city’s financial health.

Above and beyond the burden of property ownership and taxation that comes with it, the health of an area economy is directly traceable to the business activity within its borders, and by association, those who shop there.

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Posted by on Sep 30 2011. Filed under Editorials. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

1 Comment for “Shop local, it’s our ticket to prosperity”

  1. liz haden

    The people are wanting us to shop in Ennis, but first you have to bring in the business. The only place that I shop is at Walmart. I go to Waxahahchie for everything, because they like to bring business into their city, resturarants, Home Depot, Lowes, plenty of different place to eat out. But the only thing that Ennis get is distribution warehouses where they can hire mostly illegals or you have to be bi-lingual. Ennis is scared to grow… or there is another reason why we can’t get resturants and other shopping Centers to come to Ennis!!!

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