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Social Distancing Saves Lifes

As members of the City/County Emergency Response Team, which includes doctors & the CEO of TRMC, MPEDC is echoing the City’s strongly-worded reminder to stay home.What does staying at home look like? Send one person (not multiple, especially not children if possible) to Walmart. Order groceries online from Brookshires and

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Chamber of Commerce and MPEDC Launches Business Impact Survey

Dear Businesses, To better understand and address your business needs during the COVID-19 pandemic, Mount Pleasant Texas Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development Corporation have partnered together to focus on businesses impacted by this pandemic. We are asking you to please take a few moments of your time to complete our Business

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Latest COVID-19 Information for Mount Pleasant and Titus County

In an effort to streamline information, avoid fact-finding fatigue, & prevent misinformation in the community, Titus County entities have joined forces to create a single source information web page. 1) See this link for any COVID-19 information within Titus County, including the City of Mount Pleasant. http://www.mpcity.net/632/COVID-19-UPDATES2) NEW (March 24, 2020)

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Working Remotely to Better Serve our Community

Hi Community, MPEDC has been working for you remotely and will continue to do so. We are partnering with the Mount Pleasant Texas Chamber of Commerce on ways we can help businesses. Please be on the lookout for our county-wide business survey in the next 24 hours (via our websites, newsletters, &

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$1 Million Grant Program to Assist Women’s Businesses Hurt by COVID-19

Texas Woman’s Center for Women Entrepreneurs has launched a new AssistHer COVID-19 Emergency Relief Grant to assist women-owned businesses that have been severely impacted by Coronavirus (COVID-19). Purpose:  The purpose of this program is to assist Texas, woman-owned businesses that have been severely impacted by Coronavirus (COVID-19). A total of

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