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Opinion - June 21, 2013

Alviso Adobe: Unique site needs boost in visibility

When the Alviso Adobe was restored and opened to the public five years ago, there was an expectation that this unique site that tells the story of California from its earliest human history would be one of the Tri-Valley's, if not the Bay Area's, best interpretive parks. Sadly, that hasn't happened and the $4.5 million project seems to be languishing, both in its appeal beyond Pleasanton and its relatively obscure location without any major promotional signs on the nearby freeways or even on Foothill Road where it is located.

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