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State seizes restaurant for unpaid taxes


Copyright: NY Times Co

May 3, 2012


State officials have seized a Brigham’s Ice Cream shop in Arlington for failing to pay more than $90,000 in meals taxes. Massachusetts Department of Revenue spokesman Bob Bliss said Wednesday that the restaurant owes the state $92,387 dating back to 2009. The Brigham’s, one of the few remaining in the state, is independently owned by John Mercer and Steven Kupelnick, whom could not be reached for comment. They closed their other Brigham’s restaurant in Belmont in January after almost 80 years in operation because they said business was down and they could not afford ...


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