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The economic boom in the Pecos area will result in one restaurant returning to town, in a location it had looked at for a new site almost two decades ago, while another is in the process of moving from it’s longtime location to a new site on the Interstate 20 corridor.
Pecos’ Tractor Supply store held it’s official grand opening and ribbon cutting Saturday morning, a week after the store actually opened its doors and four days before the final paving was due to be laid down on the street in front of the building. Hot mix paving was due to be laid down on Tuesday...
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At the corner of Highway 285 and Second Street, an old redbrick building with ornate architectural detail once sat in ruin. Now it has a new beginning.
As travelers come and go on major roads of Pecos, they soon will be greeted and sent off with one-of-a-kind gateways that help define our community—give it an identity and showcase its personality.
Pecos Economic Development Corp. board members approved a pre-development deal on Monday for the Delaware Crossing project proposed by Altera Development.
Pecos Economic Development Corp. board members voted to move forward on additional housing in the central part of the city, while continuing to look for possible tenants for their Pecos RTC site east of town.
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