Sonoma’s La Salette building finally demolished

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A long-blighted building at 18625 Highway 12 was razed on Thursday, March 14. The old La Salette building, owned by George Weiler and located between the Sonoma Springs Community Hall and Fiesta Plaza, was originally slated for demolition in December, Sonoma County code enforcement manager Tyra Harrington said at the time. Surrounded by high weeds and marred front and back by graffiti, the building had been abandoned for years, its windows long sealed with decaying plywood. Also delinquent in its demolition is the Uncle Patty’s building at 15 Boyes Blvd. – which also had been targeted for a December 2018 razing. Its demolition date is still pending.

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