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‘Anytime’ seized for failure to pay taxes

By The Mercury

Anytime Fitness is currently unavailable to patrons morning, afternoon or night.

The Kansas Department of Revenue seized business assets of the Manhattan and Newton locations Wednesday for failure to pay taxes.

Officials seized items belonging to Joshua Gunderson, the owner of the two 24-hour gyms, including personal property, on-site cash, bank accounts and inventory.

A post on the local gym’s Facebook page said the staff is working out details to get the gym open. “We are doing everything we can to get this resolved ASAP,” the message said.

The reported tax warrant is $19,577.14 for the Manhattan location and $16,267.93 for the Newton location, according to a KAKE news report. A public auction will be held to pay the taxes owed.

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