When fire destroyed an iconic vacant Murray factory in 2015, all that demolition crews left standing was a 286-foot-long, cinder-block wall that stood 20 feet high. The 1900s-era facility most recently operated as a fish food manufacturing plant and residents had become accustomed to the giant painting of a rainbow trout that adorned the side of the building. The remaining gray wall has been viewed as an eyesore by locals in recent years.

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