Business owners in the Crossroads Arts District in Kansas City, MO are celebrating after a proposal for a downtown ballpark for the Royals failed to win support in the stadium’s sales tax proposal. Chet Duvenci, a business owner in the area, is particularly pleased with the outcome and believes the community has become even closer as a result.

Matt Adkins, another business owner in the neighborhood, expressed relief that their efforts paid off despite feeling the odds were against them. Jill Coxon, who led opposition to the stadium, is grateful for the support of Jackson County voters and believes the outcome of the proposal validates their concerns. She plans to work to implement additional property protections in the area to make it more difficult to propose a stadium in the future.

Coxon feels justified in her opposition to the stadium and hopes for the future of the Crossroads Arts District. Despite

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