Cooper's Landing hopes to reopen within the next couple weeks pending building renovations.

The riverside store and music venue faced severe flooding in June that led to damaged walls and electric. Prior to cleaning up, the first floor was submerged in 3 1/2 feet of water, owner Richard King said. 

On Monday, officials will inspect the building's electric. The inspectors will also look at walls that King plans to renovate. Once they complete that, the business will receive a temporary occupancy, King said. 

A plan must be drawn up and approved to finish renovating. If approved, Cooper's Landing will receive its final occupancy and set a reopening date once the renovation plan is completed. 

Supervising editor is Libby Stanford.

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