Crossroads District Businesses Remain Optimistic as Voters Consider Sales Tax Proposal

Crossroads District Business Owners Uncertain About Future Amidst Stadium Sales Tax Vote Anxiety

Jill Cockson, owner of the Chartreuse Saloon in the Crossroads District, is among those who are anxiously awaiting the outcome of the stadium sales tax vote. Like Matt Adkins, she recognizes the importance of preserving the community’s culture and arts scene, which she believes is what makes it truly special.

Matt Adkins has been a fan of the Kansas City Royals for 12 years and is now considering that he may have attended his last game due to recent developments. As owner of The Pairing, a business in the Crossroads District, he is trying to maintain order and stability amidst uncertainty surrounding the stadium sales tax vote. He describes the atmosphere in the area as tense and anxiety-inducing.

Adkins fears that other businesses in the area are also feeling terrified and mentally strained as they stack their inventory and hope for a swift resolution to the situation. They all share his concerns about the future of their businesses and the Crossroads District as a whole. Despite these challenges, they remain passionate about their neighborhood and its unique character.

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