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Lawsuit aims to void vote allowing Oakland A's Howard Terminal project to move forward

Original post made on Aug 14, 2022

Truckers, longshore workers and others opposed to a billion-dollar Oakland A's ballpark planned at the Charles P. Howard Terminal in Oakland have filed a lawsuit against a little-known Bay Area commission over its decision to allow ...

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Posted by Jake Waters
a resident of Birdland
on Aug 14, 2022 at 2:14 pm

Jake Waters is a registered user.

I’ve been an A’s fan since they moved here. For a long time (had season tickets), I’ve lived on hope that the organization actually wants a baseball team. Oakland residents are a very small, small pool of attendee’s- they barley have enough customers to pay for the lights. The stadium is the worst in the MLB- period, but why build a beautiful complex and not put money towards building an organization of players that can compete? Lastly, why build a stadium that has no mass transit to connect it? A Friday night game will take you 3 days to get there.

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