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Friday, October 30, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Demolition set for buildings at Normandie complex site

The 5-acre industrial site at 127 W. Mission Ave. was used for more than a century as the maintenance facility for the city’s vehicle fleet but was sold for $2.7 million to a private developer in 2018.

Tacoma landmark church to be demolished

The Holy Rosary Catholic Church in Tacoma is slated for demolition because it is too dangerous to occupy and needs millions of dollars in repairs, the News-Tribune reported.

Spokane may have to pay $330,000 to demolish burned out Hillyard building that likely has asbestos

The building’s owner, Ivan Kriger, has not submitted plans to comply with a building official’s order that the property at 3011 E. Wellesley Ave. be torn down following a November fire, the city says. Officials are scrambling to come up with a way to cover the cost of demolition, driven up by concerns over releasing additional material that may contain asbestos into the air.

Work delayed at Hanford project over worker safety

A major demolition project on the Hanford Nuclear Reservation was halted for two days this week after air monitors worn by several workers showed they might have inhaled radioactive particles.

Movie review: Grief gets weird in Vallee’s ‘Demolition’

What if a young man who just lost his young wife in a car accident experienced none of the stages of grief? What if he felt nothing? What if he, instead, started writing letters to a vending machine company and dismantling every object in sight?