The Georgetown in Boardman closes after 45 years in business

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The Georgetown has been open since New Year's Eve in 1975

BOARDMAN, Ohio (WKBN) – After 45 years in business, The Georgetown banquet center in Boardman is closed.

The building is now for sale.

The Georgetown has been open since New Year’s Eve in 1975. It was started by Gene Primavera and his brother, Rich.

The owner recently has been Mark Primavera.

The business, which fulfilled its last obligations, released a statement about the closure on its Facebook page.

Mahoning County Treasurer Dan Yemma said The Georgetown owes more than $75,000 in back taxes. The last payment was made in May 2017, and the county filed for foreclosure against the Georgetown in October 2019.

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