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Mayor Angie Juenemann Hangs Her Hat On the Many Positives of Ennis (Part 2)

Part Two in a two-part series-When times get tough, the old adage says the tough get going. The modern day version is that when things are rocky, soft people get out of town. When its politicians, they go on vacation and hope things subside. In her two and one-half years as mayor of Ennis, Angie Juenemann has made a point of remaining visible and accessible when shop owners and towns-folk have been critical or have brought their share of tough questions. Being in the line of fire of the intended target, Sarah Huckabee Sanders has shown a remarkable resolve. Mayor Angie hasn’t always had that buffer. This week has seen groundbreaking at several new businesses, including Buc-ee’s, CenTex, Schlotzky’s and a new fire station. That’s the kind of positive press any mayor would love to bask, though this one knows its not all sugar and spice. Progress downtown will continue to take shape. Dallas Street is beginning to provide a glimpse that will make the wait more bearable and end result, coming in the fall, rewarding to residents. In two months the sixth season of the downtown Farmers Market will open (April 6) with a promise that didn’t seem all that promising in 2018. Read stories like this and more in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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