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April 8, 2014MARYVILLE, Mo. |  By: Coffey

Court Date Set for Carbolytic Materials Company

Court actions in Nodaway County continue against the owners of a Maryville manufacturing facility that closed last summer. Carbolytic Materials Company shut down their 24 thousand foot facility after four years of operation in Maryville and owes nearly 350 thousand dollars in back taxes, penalties and late fees. CMC Maryville failed to file a responsive pleading in either the restraining order or the delinquent taxes cases this week. Nodaway County Prosecuting Attorney Robert Rice says a court date has been set for May 5, 2014 on the default case and the hearing on the temporary restraining order has been rescheduled for April 14, 2014. Rice says Nodaway County is a step closer to reclaiming some of the money owed by the group of St. Louis businessmen who operated CMC Maryville.

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The CMC facility is now set to be auctioned off on April 30, 2014 and 11 a.m.