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GLENS FALLS -- The U.S. Department of Treasury has seized the Sandy’s Clam Bar building at 41 South Street in downtown for failure of owner Richard Mozal to pay Internal Revenue Service taxes.Go here for the full story.
The IRS filed a lien on the property in July 2012 for unpaid federal wage and investment taxes, according to Warren County deed records. A public auction of the building has been scheduled for 11 a.m. April 27, with a minimum bid of $88,454, according to a “public auction sale” notice dated March 20.
Redevelopment of the building, a longtime popular venue for live music, would fit with the city’s $10 million Downtown Revitalization Initiative plan, which focuses on South Street, said Mayor Jack Diamond.
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The owners of Pizzeria Verità, a popular Italian restaurant on St. Paul Street in Burlington, VT, have been looking to expand their business for some time.
They checked out possibilities in Cincinnati and Portland, ME, among other places, co-owner Leslie McCrorey Wells told Seven Days. Then they looked at a bit closer to home — next door — and made a deal.Go here for the full story.
Wells and her business partner, John Rao, are buying neighboring Trattoria Delia and Sotto Enoteca from Tom and Lori Delia. ... The new owners expect to take over the neighboring establishments in the second week of April, according to Wells.