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Calls sound out for plan

Nick Todaro, nick@ennisdailynews.com

Preservation-minded residents and business owners made a platform out of Tuesday’s meeting of the Historic Landmark Commission, sharing a view that without a global development plan for adjoined properties, development in the tornado zone will not live up to its potential.

Several objected publicly to the HLC’s move to OK certificates of appropriateness for property owners whose buildings were struck by the May 16 tornado. Among them were Meg Sullivan, president of the Ennis Historical Society, Joyce Lindauer, developer and area lawyer, and resident Dennis Zembala.

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