MARLAND, Okla. (AP) -- Operations have resumed after a fire damaged the Marland City Hall, the mayor's wife said.
Officials moved operations across the street to the Marland Community Center and they are now fully functioning with regular hours, said Marilyn Levings, wife of Marland Mayor Louie Levings.
City Hall received some water damage and can't be secured because of holes in the wall, she said. An insurance company is expected to make a damage estimate soon.
The Marland Post Office and a city garage were destroyed in the fire Sunday morning.
Gil Bartosh, supervisor of the Oklahoma City office of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, said the cause of the fire had not been determined.
A mobile post office was being brought in until officials could set up a trailer to be used. The city had already planned to build a new post office this fall.