The family displaced from their home on Encampment Place after a fire Thursday night has accepted an offer from Steve Zemo, a local developer and member of the town\u2019s Board of Selectmen, to rent an apartment for free. \u201cWe\u2019re doing this pro-bono until they can catch their breath, and figure out the insurance,\u201d Zemo told The Press Friday afternoon. He\u2019s helped out families put in a bind by natural disasters before \u2014 including during Hurricane Sandy, Zemo said. He set the family up in a three-bedroom\/two-bath apartment that\u2019s fully furnished and wired for cable and internet, since much of the Coury family\u2019s furniture and belongings were damaged in the fire. Albert Cabral, a cleaning and disaster specialist who inspected the damage to the Coury house Friday morning, suggested the damage could take six months to 10 months to fully repair. Asked how the kids are coping with the fire, Laura Coury said they were a little sad. \u201cMy six year-old is missing his stuffed animals,\u201d she said.