As of Wednesday, employees and management of the shuttered stores, were still going through the process of trying to figure out the future of their operations in the plaza, as well as working with investigators and insurance adjusters while they look into what caused the blaze.
The blaze was "suspicious in nature," according to fire investigator
Dawson and Snider both told the
While the businesses remain closed, employees at the stores have scrambled to make sure they get a paycheck and stay afloat after the fire.
She added that the store recognizes it has dedicated customers at the
"There are five employees who have been transferred to the
She said the insurance adjuster has met with her and will likely be out again next week to assess the damage.
"People can just call our regular main number (513-737-0100) and leave a message and we will get back to them to set-up an appointment and location," Geurin said. "We are still setting up appointments and working."
Family Dollar is now under the auspices of
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