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March 30, 2014 12:00 AM

Turner: With arena to rise, Old Sacramento has chance to shine like never before

Old Sacramento is a true civic treasure, but it also remains a partially buried one. With millions of new visitors coming to downtown soon, there's no time like the present, or in this case, the past, to "plus" one of our region's top tourist draws and make it a bigger attraction for locals, too.

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