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Some Clark County businesses recover after a fire, but all learn lessons from experience

Businesspeople, insurance expert offer tips to help owners protect their investment

By Sarah Wolf, Columbian staff writer
Published: June 20, 2023, 6:05am
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Co-owner Corey Wehler gives Bentley, a dachshund, a haircut at Dog Gone Clean in Vancouver. The business suffered a fire in 2019, but was among those businesses that survived. It moved back into its rebuilt space in 2021.
Co-owner Corey Wehler gives Bentley, a dachshund, a haircut at Dog Gone Clean in Vancouver. The business suffered a fire in 2019, but was among those businesses that survived. It moved back into its rebuilt space in 2021. (Taylor Balkom/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

The Holly Park Shopping Center was home to about a dozen businesses. Then one Saturday in January 2019, a three-alarm fire took it out, closing the businesses there for years. Some never returned.

Business complex fires in Clark County aren’t necessarily frequent, but there have been some big ones in recent years.

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