City of Guthrie officials reopened Oklahoma Ave. nine days after two downtown buildings caught fire.
The City’s street crews removed the barriers Monday morning to allow traffic through the street.
A structural engineer inspected the buildings last week and at this time believes the buildings can be rebuildable.
In the meantime, a more secure restraining fence around the buildings has been discussed until more definite plans are made.
Related article: Flames destroy historic downtown buildings
Related article: Byron Berline: “What am I going to do next?”
Related article: Watch: Up close view of Byron Berline’s safes rescued, opened