South 63 Corridor gives end-of-year assessment
KIRKSVILLE, Mo. —
Members of the South 63 Corridor committee met at Kirksville's City Hall on Thursday to discuss year-end business.
KTVO spoke with Kirksville City Manager Mari Macomber about the economic vitality of the district.
"Some stores do better than others, but as far as totality they have been consistent from last year to this year," Macomber said.
Macomber said that "strong anchors" like J.C. Penney and Orschelns help draw in customers to other stores.
The South 63 Corridor committee manages funds from the city's one-cent sales tax collected from vendors of the district.