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June 17, 2014

Foreclosure filed against Maplehurst Country Club

Golf course operating under normal schedule

— CUMBERLAND — Foreclosure action has been taken against the Maplehurst Country Club at Frostburg by the First United National Bank, according to Allegany County court records.

The documents show that two debts have not been paid by the Maplehurst Country Club — one for a loan totaling $48,740.75, including interest of $194.59 and fees under $500, and a second loan for $453,636.06 that includes interest of $25,098.37 as of June 3 and fees totaling $3,747.50.

The Maplehurst Country Club, established in 1954, is continuing to operate its 18-hole golf course under its normal schedule, according to Ronald Kealy, club president. The club also includes a recreation and banquet facility.

Kealy said Monday afternoon that the Maplehurst board of directors would be meeting with its attorney in the near future to discuss the foreclosure action.

In March, Maplehurst made payment of more than $67,000 in back taxes to avoid being sold at a tax sale. The club had fallen delinquent in its real estate taxes to the city of Frostburg and Allegany County back to 2010.

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