Trista Thurston/Observer-Reporter

Shown is the AGRiMED’s entrance on Thomas Drive in Cumberland Township.

A second contractor involved in construction of AGiMED Industries’ marijuana growing facility in Cumberland Township has filed a mechanics’ lien with the Greene County Court, claiming it has not been paid for its work on the project.

Advanced Masonry Inc. of Carmichaels filed the lien Wednesday against Greene Energy Resources Recovery LLC, Cumberland Property Leasing LLC and AGRiMED Industries of Pa. LLC.

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