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Lilu’s Garden CEO Tom Guel, left, and COO Charles Ciancanelli, stand outside the former Itron facility Nov. 29. The industrial hemp processing business could bring as many as 150 new jobs to Owenton once it becomes operational in the coming weeks.
Lilu's Garden moving forward with plans for former Itron facility

When Lilu’s Garden CEO Tom Guel’s mother was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor, he and his business partner Charles Ciancanelli had only just begun working with CBD oils from a small lab in Colorado.
The tumor had formed on Guel’s mother’s pituitary gland, which had not only caused Agromagley — a disorder that causes the pituitary gland to produce too much growth hormone — but had also wrapped itself around an artery in her brain that could lead to blindness and eventual death.

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