Posted: May 4, 2013 4:47 PM by Katy Harris - MTN News
Reconstruction progress has been slower than anticipated for a building that suffered significant damage from a fire.
In February the Leggat Hotel caught on fire from a woman smoking a cigarette while on oxygen.
The second and third floors were damaged from smoke and the amount of water deployed from the sprinkler system.
The demolition phase of the building has been slower than anticipated.
A Public Housing Authority Manager says hopefully the construction bid will be sealed by May 16 and have construction state by June 1.
The plan is to have all 7 displaced tenants back in their units by the end of September.
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