- Associated Press - Tuesday, November 24, 2015

PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. (AP) - The Miracle Strip amusement park is being evicted from the property it is leasing on Panama City Beach.

The News Herald (https://bit.ly/1QFMpd1) reports the landowner says the amusement park owes more than $328,000 in back rent.

The newspaper reports property owner William R. Dozier and BCWDS Holdings LLC filed a lawsuit for eviction of Miracle Strip Carousel on Oct. 27.

The park has been closed since September.

According to court records a summons was delivered to Jenny Meeks, the registered agent for the company, on Oct. 27. The company had 20 days to respond. A default judgment was entered against Miracle Strip last week for “failure to answer or respond” to the complaint.

Miracle Strip has been a popular attraction in on the beach for decades.

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