Pets Lifeline breaks ground on new Sonoma animal rescue center

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Architect Henry Wix, left, executive director Nancy King and contractor Scott Miller got their shovels dirty Sept. 18 at the official groundbreaking ceremony for the new Pets Lifeline facility on Eighth Street East. While the new $3.4 million center is being built, Pets Lifeline is operating out of temporary space at 21045 Broadway.

Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune

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