Here's a look at some of the staggering figures associated with the investigation:
- 200: The number of man-hours that "have already gone into this case; not including the hours and associated costs related to responding to the fire," according to Assistant Village Manager Christopher Steers.
- 466: The number of violations tallied by inspectors over the course of their three-week investigation.
- 4: The number of times inspectors returned to the 200 William St. building to conduct additional walk-throughs and catalog violations.
- $466,000: The dollar amount, in fines, the building's owner faces each day the violations go unaddressed. The owner is not likely to pay that amount, but the fines represent the largest amount to-date as a result of a code investigation in Port Chester.
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