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Midlothian Business Park Answers Demand for Industrial Space

Under a blazing midday summer sun, Midlothian Economic Development board members broke ground on the city’s newest industrial asset, Midlothian Business Park.

Larry Barnett, president of Midlothian Economic Development, was joined by Midlothian Mayor Bill Houston, MED Board of Directors Chairman Danny Rodgers and Gary Pickens, president of United Properties Southwest LLC, and other local officials during a ceremony that marked the beginning of the park’s development.

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Midlothian Announces Groundbreaking of New Business Park

The Midlothian Economic Development board members will break ground on the 140-acre fully-developed Midlothian Business Park on July 14, marking the construction of the new industrial park.

The groundbreaking will begin at 11:30 a.m. at 2801 Miller Road and is open to the public.

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Report Shows Continued Growth for the District

Based on a report by School District Strategies (SDS) on residential activity in the Midlothian Independent School District (MISD) during the fourth quarter, it’s clear the district is still among the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex’s leading growth sectors.

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Beef 'O' Brady's: Why Midlothian?

Few things can tell a community’s story better than its business residents’ insights. This is why we created the “Why Midlothian?” series

In this series, Midlothian companies share their experiences, observations and impressions about why Midlothian has proven a great fit for their business needs.

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Midlothian Business Leaders Luncheon Slated for April 30

Midlothian Business will hold a Branding Workshop Luncheon on April 30, 2015, at the Midlothian Conference Center from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

This two-hour working luncheon will introduce leaders to simple processes and systems that will dramatically improve their team and organization.

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Strong Cement Demand Is Good News for Midlothian Plants

Growing job markets, consumer confidence, and construction spending will contribute to higher cement consumption in the U.S. this year.

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Midlothian, Texas: Building Tomorrow’s Workforce

While the global workplace has changed exponentially through the decades, what drives it has not. People are what have always been — and will always be — at the heart of any successful business.

Perhaps today more than ever before, the workforce is a fundamental component of not only business growth, but community and overall economic success, as well.

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Midlothian ISD Showcases 'Power of Partnership'

Don’t be fooled by the quaint, quiet image of Midlothian, Texas. Innovation, ingenuity and progressive thinking are alive and doing very well in this North Texas community.

With a district enrollment of 9,400 students and 1,000 employees, Midlothian Independent School District (MISD) is one of the most compelling catalysts in this city’s success story.

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Ellis County to Grow 200% By 2050

According to a recent story in the Dallas Business Journal, Texas’ population is expected to double by 2050. And it’s the suburbs — rather than Texas cities — that are poised for the greatest growth in the coming decades.

Various counties across Texas are predicted to experience triple-digit growth by 2050, including North Texas’ Ellis County, which state demographers say could see a 200 percent increase in population.

Ellis County has an estimated population of 173,620 with an annual growth...

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