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Longtime business moving after Civil War store reopens
(axios) The Eaton family spent decades running a business in downtown Kennesaw, but the city’s decision to allow Wildman’s Civil War Surplus, a controversial shop that showcases racist artifacts, to reopen will bring that investment to an end.
Driving the news: Eaton Chiropractic will close its doors on Main Street and relocate outside the city limits. Its owner, Dr. Cris Eaton-Welsh, told Axios she sold the building and will move to a new office off Cobb Parkway.
A sign in her business window indicates the office will move Oct. 1.
Her father, James "Doc" Eaton, who resigned in June from the Kennesaw City Council in protest of Wildman’s opening, launched the practice in 1992.
What they’re saying: Father and daughter both told Axios that Kennesaw ignored its own building codes that would show Wildman’s has serious structural issues.
"I just got…tired of nothing being done," Doc Eaton said. "And when they renewed the business [license]… I just said screw it. I’m done."
Catch up quick: Wildman’s Civil War Surplus opened in 1971 and was owned and operated by Dent Myers…Read the rest