It's been nearly five months since a March 14 fire destroyed a Main Street apartment house.
The blaze at the 87-year-old building at 1 Herbert Ave., where it intersects with Main Street, in Port Washington displaced families from their apartments which were destroyed and forced closure of several businesses.
Roy Smitheimer, with the Town of North Hempstead Business and Tourism Development Corporation said in recent months that it may take a while for the three commercial tenants in the building to recover.
"It will ultimately depend on the decision of both the Nassau County Fire Marshal's office working with the Town's Building Department as to the structural integrity of the building."
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