At last week’s State of the Port Luncheon sponsored by Women in Logistics and Pacific Merchant Shipping Association, executive director Danny Wan had this to say about the Oakland A’s proposed ballpark at Howard Terminal:
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“From the perspective of the port, the objective of an industrial sanctuary is to provide and preserve the land use, transportation and infrastructure both inside and outside the port area to accommodate transportation, commerce, business and job needs of our region…The need for industrial sanctuary does not preclude the proposal by the Oakland Athletics to build a major league ballpark at Howard Terminal.”

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