Portion of street near Troy Tavern has reopened; Repairs to stabilize building completed

TROY — People in Troy will no longer see a detour on West Main Street by the town square.

>> RELATED: Controversial building in Troy forces closure of West Main Street

News Center 7 previously reported back in June that West Main Street between Plum and Cherry Streets was closed to both pedestrians and vehicles after the chief building inspector and Troy fire chief determined that the Tavern Building was unsafe.

On Thursday night, the Miami County Building Department determined that requirements to stabilize work on the 112-118 W. Main Street buildings have been completed, according to the Miami County Commissioner’s Office.

The order’s lifting clears the way for West Main Street to be reopened between Cherry and Plum Streets just west of Troy’s Public Square.

County officials confirmed that the street has since been reopened.

>> RELATED: City of Troy to shut down part of street where historical Tavern building located

The adjudication order was lifted, the county said.

“The City of Troy has agreed to open West Main Street on April 19th due to the order being lifted,” the county said in a statement.

We will continue to provide updates on this story.

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