Pictured above is Howard Terminal, which is currently being used for maritime support functions, and a ship in the turning basin, which is an integral part of vessel operations.  

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So, how is the proposed Oakland A’s ballpark on this site congruous with maritime activity?  We are still awaiting the answer to that question.

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