Irondequoit Town Supervisor Adam Bello said on Monday that he met with the police chief, fire marshall, and public works commissioner to direct a review of the Medley Centre property.
He is concerned that the deteriorating conditions on the site could hurt first responders down the road.
On Sunday, fire crews wrestled with a flooded former loading dock after the sprinkler system burst.
By Monday, the water had disappeared from that loading dock after it drained.
But just because the water is gone, doesn't mean the problems are over.
There are still roofing issues on the property and other deteriorating conditions.
Bersin Properties, which is owned by developer Scott Congel, sent a statement to media outlets on Sunday questioning if someone was tampering with the property to hurt the company.
Shoppers say the property has been on the decline.
Supervisor Bello released the following statement.
"If Mr. Congel is concerned that criminal activity has taken place, he should contact the police department immediately to file a report as any resident or business owner would."
Requests for comment from Bersin Properties were not responded to.