Holly residents meet with officials to discuss what’s next after devastating downtown fire

Officials say fire crews are still on the scene Wednesday

The Holly community met with city officials Wednesday afternoon to discuss moving forward after yesterday's devastating downtown fire. Quite a few people were in attendance as they wanted to hear about what would come next after several businesses were damaged.

HOLLY, Mich – The Holly community met with city officials Wednesday afternoon to discuss moving forward after Tuesday’s devastating downtown fire.

Several people were in attendance to find out what comes next after several businesses were damaged by the flames.

Read: Massive fire damages several businesses in Downtown Holly

The fire burned down Antiques Arcade and Andy’s Place, and seriously damaged the rear of the Holly Hotel.

Officials say fire crews are still on the scene Wednesday.

The fire burned down Antiques Arcade and Andy’s Place, and seriously damaged the rear of the Holly Hotel. Officials say fire crews are still on the scene Wednesday.

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