-EARLY MARCH 2017: Residents express concern about debris left over from the December fire at the former soap factory.
They say nothing has been done and rubble from the fire is spilling into the street. One resident said a steel beam was hanging out in the road and there is no safety barrier or caution tape around the pile of debris.
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Fire officials said the building was unstable and would need to be demolished. The city of Dayton says cleanup of the building is the responsibility of the owner, but the planning department will assess the site to see if there is an issue with public safety.
-LATE JULY 2017: More than six months after fire destroyed the old soap factory, the city announced the road will close for up to a month so crews can demolish a portion of the facility damaged in the December fire. The city said it plans to post a detour for motorists.
-NOV. 10, 2017: Fire breaks out again at the site, this time at a three-story building on the site's norther side, becoming the largest fire in Dayton since the property caught fire last year. Officials ask for an emergency demolition for more of the site.
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