Will Kansas City Royals Ever Disclose Downtown Stadium Location?!?

The team now DESPERATELY needs to look like the good guy ahead of a sales tax extension vote. 

So keeping this bit of info secret doesn't play well for voters . . . Accordingly, here's the latest tease after so many broken promises:

"The Royals say they have narrowed down their Jackson County locations to two, one in the East Village and the other at the old Kansas City Star printing press facility downtown.

"Like their current neighbors, the Royals said more information will be released Monday."

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .

Chiefs, Royals say more information about stadium projects will be released "soon"

Now that Jackson County residents will vote on whether or not to extend the stadium sales tax, what will they exactly vote on?

In the aftermath of the vote, here are a few more relevant news links . . .

Jackson County Executive Statement on Stadium Sales Tax

As the discussions around the proposed stadium tax for the Kansas City Royals and Chiefs continue to evolve, it is important that the residents of Jackson County are provided with a comprehensive u...

Jackson County legislators, county executive Frank White discuss upcoming stadium sales tax election

Jackson County legislators on Monday overturned County Executive Frank White's veto and allowed for the 3/8ths cent sales tax extension to be on the April ballot.

Jackson County voters react to opportunity to vote on stadium sales tax

With an April vote coming on a 3/8-cent sales tax extension for the Royals and Chiefs, Jackson County voters consider what a yes vote would mean.

Developing . . .