HYDE PARK, N.Y. -- A building at The Arbors condominium complex destroyed by fire leaving 30 people homeless, will be replaced by a new building if the homeowners association can work out the details, according to the Poughkeepsie Journal.
The goal is to construct a new building within six months to replace the 10 units of the middle complex that were destroyed when fire ripped through the complex. Brick fire-protective walls prevented the fire from spreading to the other buildings, said the Poughkeeepsie Journal.
Members of the association said that several issues, including whether the foundation is usable need to be addressed before any decision can be made. A decision on the installation of additional fire hydrants also has to be decided before any construction could begin, added the Poughkeepsie Journal.
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