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Former Navy site to be turned into new regional park in San Francisco Bay area

CONCORD — A decades-long effort to secure part of the former Concord Naval Weapons Station and transform it into a park hit a milestone this month when the East Bay Regional Park District board voted to accept the land from the U.S. Navy.


As a result of the board’s July 2 action, the park district now can take ownership of 2,216 acres of the defunct weapons base.


https://www.eastbaytimes.com/2019/07/10/after-years-of-planning-proposed-2500-acre-park-at-former-concord-naval-weapons-station-closer-to-reality/

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