Some Sonoma County businesses are having to deal with impacts from the latest round of severe weather.
Several local restaurants, wineries and hotels had to close the past few days after the storm’s brunt was felt Monday. Businesses have been moving perishable foods to non-flood prone restaurants, raising furniture off the ground to prevent water damage and bringing in employees to help clear properties. Amid the closures, little to no revenue is coming in to help offset the added expense.
Here’s how some businesses in Sonoma County are being impacted by the storms:
Boon Hotel + Spa Owner Crista Luedtke said the property had been closed for its regularly scheduled, 10-day winter break, with an additional three days due to the weather.
The property has experienced some flooding and minimal damage, and the storm is keeping customers away, she said. The hotel also was without power for about 24…