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Brandon McFarlane, left, and Travis Samuels, of Zion Growers.

PROCTOR — Proctor’s hempen future is helping preserve its marble-clad past.

The Preservation Trust of Vermont announced Monday it has concluded the sale of the former Vermont Marble Company property to Zion Growers. The company plans to install a hemp processing facility. The Vermont Marble Museum will continue to operate in the building, as will other existing tenants, while the new owners look for businesses to fill out the remaining space.

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Mcfern

Will they pay taxes on the building that was "transferred to them??

RUTLAND WEST NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSING

Considering property taxes are based on the assessed value of the property and not the sales price, yes.

Mariam

Go Proctor! I’ll come back to retire in my hometown if we can have Mass at St. Dominic Church 7 days a week 🙏

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