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Community Jeweler Gets Evicted After 47 Years at Same Location

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Now he has two months to find another home.

Murphy’s Jewelers, which has spent the last 47 years in the same South Boston location, is being forced to relocate after the landlord served owner Billy Cosetta with an eviction notice, CBS Boston reports. According to the report, Cosetta expects the landlord to “get me out of here” so he can “renovate the whole building and probably get somebody in for higher rent.” He has about 60 days to find a new location.

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