Fire Chief Robert Bycholski said that the property owners have hired BriCo Environmental Services Solutions to handle the demolition. Bycholski said that the property owners have not given a "firm" timetable to the town on the demolition schedule, but offered the following tentative schedule of operations:
- From 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Friday, heavy equipment would be set up in the rear of the building.
- Debris would then be removed and remediated and prepared for transport.
- Traffic patterns on Main Street will change at 10 a.m., with southbound traffic only being allowed on Main Street in front of the 800 block, while northbound traffic will be diverted down Oak Street.
- Demolition would then begin, although the exact time for the start of the demolition is still unknown at this point.
- Bycholski said that, depending on the time the debris removal and remediation takes, demolition could begin late Friday or be rescheduled for Saturday morning.
Demolition will take place from inside the building's footprint, Bycholski said, with no heavy machinery on Main Street itself.