Maybe we should start a regular column covering all the boneheaded ideas this industry throws out. The first two on our “going to the dogs” list would be:

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Converting Howard Terminal to an A’s Ballpark – what about a ballpark, increased traffic, 400 new homes, pedestrians, small watercraft and gondolas is congruous with port operations, big ships, big trucks and logistics as whole?  Again, completely defies logic.

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