Five years ago I and my neighbor went on a tour of the site where the new Waterfront Park is located. Mayor Kitty Piercy led the way into the old steam plant. The new Oakland stadium was approved – along with low-cost housing for black folks.
Court denies challenges to new Athletics ballpark in preliminary EIR ruling – Ballpark Digest
Court denies challenges to new Athletics ballpark in preliminary EIR ruling
by Kevin Reichard on August 31, 2022 in Major-League Baseball, News
Three legal challenges to the environmental impact report (EIR) approving a new Athletics ballpark were tentatively denied by Alameda County Superior Court, subject to a hearing this Friday.
The Oakland City Council had approved the 3,500-page report in February on a 6-2 vote–a key vote in allowing the $1-billion ballpark to move forward in the planning process.
I lived on a houseboat and sailboat here at the end of Adeline Street next to Schnitzer Steel. Adeline is the ramp that ended where Sea&Land was. The Sunshine Harbor got filled in. My girlfriend and I, along with another person who owned an old tugboat, were the only residents that lived in the industrial area. My history is important to this new development.
My grandmother raised Jackie Jensen and his brothers for a couple of years. Jackie played for the Oakland Oaks baseball team. I’m going to take my run for Governor of Oregon more seriously.
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Schnitzer Steel Settles Environmental Violation Claims at Oakland
US media reported that Portland based scrap metal recycler Schnitzer Inc will pay USD 4.1 million to settle a lawsuit by Alameda County and the State of
While the Oakland A’s have yet to…
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