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Wonderland owners pay Revere $752,301

Sum takes track out of foreclosure

Wonderland Greyhound Park's payment for back taxes, taxes, and utilities was made in time for a reapplication hearing for its license with the State Racing Commission this afternoon. Wonderland Greyhound Park's payment for back taxes, taxes, and utilities was made in time for a reapplication hearing for its license with the State Racing Commission this afternoon. (JASON JOHNS FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE/FILE 2007)
By Katheleen Conti
Globe Staff / October 30, 2008

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REVERE - Owners of Wonderland Greyhound Park wired a lump sum payment yesterday of $752,301 to the City of Revere to cover two years' worth of back taxes and utility bills, as well as the first two quarters of the current tax year, including interest, city officials said. (Full article: 489 words)

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