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Officials Will Collect Public Feedback To Decide the Uses of Tesla Park

LIVERMORE — Two years after Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill to preserve Tesla Park in eastern Alameda County, the California Department of Parks and Recreation is just beginning the public process to decide what to do with the 3,100 acres that environmentalists and others sought to protect for decades.

A recently established website — — said it could take up to five years before the park is completed and opened to the public. Currently, the park remains closed.