Double Dog resumes business in Glenwood Springs |

Double Dog resumes business in Glenwood Springs

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — The Double Dog Pub in Glenwood Meadows was back in business Friday, after state tax officials seized the operation for nonpayment of back sales taxes the day before.

Colorado Department of Revenue spokeswoman Daria Serna confirmed Friday that owner Bob Glowacki was able to pay in full on the $11,441 tax debt, and he was given the go-ahead to reopen in time for the Friday lunch crowd.

Glowacki had indicated following the tax seizure that he intended to make good on the debt within the day. The tax seizure was a final action following two previous written warnings to the business about the unpaid taxes.

Retail businesses and restaurants pay a combination of both local and state sales taxes, which are usually remitted once a month. State officials did not say what period of time the back taxes previously owed by the Double Dog covered.

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