For two years, the neighborhood has held its breath. Would the former Irvington Post Office/Hook's Drug Store survive another year? In near ruinous condition due to poor stewardship, the structure had deteriorated rapidly. Thankfully, the Irvington Development Corporation and the Irvington Historical Society partnered to save the structure. They bought the building and found grant money to stabilize it. This week, workers have removed the roof and shored up the walls. They are in the process of rebuilding the second floor and will soon rebuild the roof. I commend the leaders of these two organizations for having the foresight and the will to save a piece of Irvington's heritage. This is certainly a great day for Irvington and the commercial corridor along East Washington Street.