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March 13, 2014MARYVILLE, Mo.  |  By: John Coffey

Restraining Order on Carbolytic Materials Company

A temporary restraining order in place against Carbolytic Materials Company (CMC) of Maryville has been extended. 
CMC closed the 24,000 square foot manufacturing facility last summer after four years of operation in Maryville. 
The company, run by a group of St. Louis area businessmen, owes Nodaway County nearly 350 thousand dollars in back taxes, penalties and late fees. 
Nodaway County Prosecuting Attorney Robert Rice says the temporary injunction against CMC will help the county recover some of the money owed by CMC.

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The CMC facility is set to be auctioned off on March 26, 2014 by a St. Louis bank which owns the building and grounds.