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May 2019

Port approves a non-binding Exclusive Negotiation Agreement Term Sheet for the Oakland A’s Ballpark Plan setting the framework of a potential development after completion of environmental review, real estate agreements, and other necessary approvals.

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November 2018

City of Oakland issues a Notice of Preparation (NOP) in advance of an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA).

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January 2018

Oakland A’s contact the Port to discuss an ENA to study a potential baseball stadium development at Howard Terminal.

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July 2017

Oakland A’s announce that they are looking into three sites for a potential new baseball stadium: Howard Terminal, Laney College, and Oakland Coliseum.

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January 30, 2017

Oakland International Airport’s air service roster lists over 60 destinations on 13 different airlines. This year, Oakland is set to become California’s third busiest gateway to Europe as British Airways and Norwegian Air Shuttle initiate new routes this spring and summer.

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January 9, 2017

Port of Oakland sets all-time record with 1.83 million loaded 20-foot containers. Exports account for 52 percent of Oakland’s loaded container volumes. Imports account for the rest. 53 percent of total export tonnage is comprised of agricultural commodities.

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December 20, 2016

Jack London Square draws 3 million visitors. This number includes the 1.75 million visitors attending 55 free events including the popular autumn food festival, Eat Real. Nearly 590,000 ferry riders come to Jack London Square and thousands work at the Square’s office buildings and restaurants.

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