Port Clyde appears to get well from devastating waterfront hearth

With the reason for the Sept. 28 hearth that destroyed a number of waterfront buildings nonetheless unknown, folks in Port Clyde are choosing by way of the items and making an attempt to determine what the long-term affect of the blaze can be.

4 buildings that housed well-known companies Monhegan Boat Line, the Dip Web Restaurant, the Port Clyde Normal Retailer and Linda Bean’s Maine Wyeth Artwork Gallery, have been destroyed. No person was harm, however the inferno razed the cluster of waterfront buildings that served as the guts of the coastal village for many years. It took the St. George Fireplace Division 22 hours to place it out with the assistance of firefighters from a number of surrounding cities.

The fireplace began on the Dip Web Restaurant, however the state hearth marshal’s workplace has not decided what triggered it, Shannon Moss, spokesperson for Maine Division of Public Security, stated Friday.