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Posted on: May 26, 2020

[ARCHIVED] City may have survived pandemic more than others


May 24, 2020

Among the biggest losses Enterprise expects from the economic shutdown during the pandemic are

the lodging taxes and the gas tax.


Enterprise is hardly like the town in the Jim Carey movie (The Truman

Show) with a giant dome over it, but due to certain demographics and its

location, the city has survived better than many during the COVID-19


The pandemic was only a couple of months before businesses began to

reopen. While there have been economic casualties, Enterprise is hoping to

get back on track soon.

The most telling statistic comes out around the first of June when Avenu

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