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Narconon Chilocco Pays Taxes

By Michael McNutt, Enid Bureau

Saturday Oklahoman & Times,
Saturday, Feb. 27, 1993

NEWKIRK -- A drug and alcohol abuse center has paid its delinquent tax bill. Narconon Chilocco New Life Center paid $3,438 in overdue unemployment compensation taxes and penalties to the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission, according to a warrant filed Thursday in Kay County District Court.

Narconon Chilocco settled its delinquent tax two days after the state commission filed a claim seeking payment.

Narconon Chilocco President Gary Smith said that failure to pay the tax was an oversight.

The employment commission filed the warrant against Narconon Chilocco because the center failed to pay $2,999 in unemployment compensation taxes for the second and third quarters of 1992.

Narconon Chilocco also was hit with a $364 penalty and was charged $74 in interest on the overdue tax.