WBJ Brad Kane In This Issue: Extra Scrutiny for Polar Park

Polar Park Market

 

Now we have a market that competes against other markets that pay property taxes?   Does this seem fair to you????     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Comments

Gary Samela said…
I think this market is just selling team merchandise. I don't think any other business in the Canal District can do that. Any clothing items sold with the logo are like free advertising. So they're making money from the merchandise and getting free PR.
Anonymous said…
Does this automation,as novel and convenient as it may be,replace a chance at employment for a student being a cashier at the WooSox market?
Anonymous said…
The market also sells sandwiches and other food and beverages. Not just team merch
Gary Samela said…
They keep saying that they wan't the Canal District to thrive, but their actions speak louder than words. It should have been worked out in the deal that this particular use is not allowed. The residents of the new apartments across the street (when they ever get built) are going to use this market to get odds and ends.
Anonymous said…
I apologize for what some may find as a stupid question but is "They" and "their" in reference to the WooSox or the City.
Gary Samela said…
Referring to the Woosox.
ORH Fan said…
I'm not 100% certain, but I think this market is only for ballpark patrons and would only be open during baseball games and other Polar Park events.