BOWLING GREEN, Ky. According to the Warren County Master Commissioner's website 801 State Street, which is Mariah's, is up for auction on Thursday November 21st.
The defendant is Rick Kelley and the plaintiff is Citizen's First Bank.
According to documents from the Master Commissioner's office, Warren Circuit Court is set to collect around $5 million in the case of Citizen's First versus Rick Kelley.
Mariah's has been operating in Bowling Green's oldest brick house for over 25 years.
Mariah's said quote, "We expect to reach an agreement with American Equity before the master commissioner sale but even if that doesn't occur the sale only deals with the real estate and doesn't impact the restaurant. The only thing that will change is the owner of the building and Mariah's will still be open."
An attorney from Louisville Andrew Stosberg is handling the case for Kelley and said he is negotiating to come to a deal.
Follow the link below to see this and other properties being auctioned.
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