"There's just not a whole lot to offer to come to Cisco," said Randy Boles who is for permitting alcohol sales in Cisco.
"It just gives an easier access for people to drink," said Paul Sellers who is against the issue.
Sign after sign after sign shows a mix of opinions as to whether alcohol should be sold in Cisco for the first time in history.
Now there's a new, rather surprising advocate, firefighters
Members of the Cisco firefighters association believe it will actually help protect residents.
"Alcohol related incidents are less in wet counties than they are in dry counties," said Walter Fairbanks, president of the Cisco Firefighters Association.
Another reason- money.
It could help them get new gear in the long run.
"You know when the grants go away we've still got to replace these trucks the revenues gotta come from somewhere," said Fairbanks.
That's extra cash some restaurant owners like C.W. Kellar wouldn't mind having.
Especially now that hes relocating his restaurant next to a motel right off the interstate.
"I think it will help probably twenty five, thirty percent," said Kellar.
Not all business owners want the extra money- at least not from alcohol sales.
"If we found other routs and more avenues to get revenue it would be better and more fitting," said Paul Sellers.
Sellers has lived in Cisco for 15 years and owns several downtown properties.
He's been surprised by the amount of supporters.
"This is the first year I've had a sign in my yard," said Sellers.
Hes strategically placed his sign against the petition near a busy street to ensure his opinion is noticed.
Residents from Cisco, Eastland and Rising Star will vote on whether or not to allow alcohol sales at restaurants and local businesses on Nov. 6.