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"howard terminal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:35 min | Last month

"howard terminal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is the 7th president in the history of the organization and has played a huge role in revamping the fan experience at a's games like adding amenities like Gourmet food trucks and all the access to the clubs, the Gourmet food trucks, creating new ticket programs, the Gourmet food trucks, and even hosting Major League Baseball's first completely free game. And Gourmet food trucks. So I guess my question to you is, how about those Gourmet food trucks? Because that sounds like a great idea. It is video for all the games we created this incredible environment called championship Plaza celebrates our 9 world championships and we get anywhere from 8 to ten food trucks at the games. You get everything from Creole food from Louisiana to barbecue. We get the crab shaft comes out. So it's just incredible different food offerings and it's just getting hungry just talking about it right now. And we get the Italian ice. I love the Italian ice one. It's just incredible. So all the food options are really fun and it's kind of a cool festival atmosphere and there's a big video board you can watch the game and we did this down when I ran the soccer team in San Jose, the earthquake and it's just a great environment for families to hang out and be at the game kind of in a different context. Yeah, I think about the times I go to what used to be PAC bell park and I can't even honestly recall what the name of it is now. AT&T park. AT&T Oracle. Okay, see? The change that all the time, man. It's like wherever the Giants play. And the food that they have there. I'm curious to get your take on what you think about how sharing a market the Bay Area with the Giants has changed over your time as president of the Oakland ace. I know that in the past there have been a lot of comments from a's management about the difficulties, the challenges of sharing that market with the Giants. I'd like you first to comment on how it's changed over your time and whether you see any parallels between sharing the Bay Area market between these two teams and what's happening say, for instance, in New York. Well, there's certainly challenges from a marketing perspective to have the two teams. You're competing over fans and things of that nature. I think long-term is good to have the rivalry of two teams. I think you could almost look to European soccer like in London or Tottenham is a big rival to arsenal and Chelsea. And it actually grows the interest in the sport. And I think one of the challenges we've had is we just don't have a facility to plan this at the same standards as Oracle park. And that puts us at a severe disadvantage. And so that's why if we can get this incredible crown jewel, a new waterfront stadium at Howard terminal, we're going to be able to compete as an equal or even at a higher level from a fan experience than the Giants because their stadium is 30 years old or 20 years old. And so I think that's really an important factor and our decisions as a franchise has to be made through the lens of, hey, this is a two team market. We're competing with the Giants and we have to create a product that's on the same level or higher. Well, the facility getting a new facility solved the issues when it comes to payroll and putting a competitive team on the field. Yes, I think it can because we're going to have several 100 million in additional revenue that we can then push back and reinvest in the players. We operate at almost a $250 million revenue disparity to the Giants. And they're able to funnel that back into both the fan experience and then most importantly, the player side. We competed at a very high level without those resources. So if we, I think, deploy that and give that to the Moneyball crew, Billy bean did enforce the whole team. I think we can be extremely competitive on a year to year basis than really compete head on. And so that's one of the reasons we're spending so much time on the ballpark effort and doing everything we can to kind of get a breakthrough and get it built because it is such a game changer for us. If you get a new ballpark on the waterfront in that area, how will you finance it? Will it go through trying to get some taxpayer dollars or will it be all privately financed? The stadium is all privately financed. It's part of a larger $12 billion, a real estate project that we are leading. And so there is tax increment financing, which is basically but for taxes, taxes that are only generated by the project that are used to pay back our upfront investment in infrastructure. So that is the contribution from the public side. At a public private partnership. And that's a typical way you'd see a big project like this done Hudson yards in New York and things of that nature. And it can be very effective at taking an area. This is an industrial area and really kind of reimagining it as a commercial and entertainment hub on the waterfront. How worried, therefore, are you about the state of the economy and rising interest rates on Oakland's appetite to fund something like that or contribute something like that? Or any other city for that matter is willingness to subsidize a new stadium in any way. Well, considering that the only dollars invested from the public side or dollars that are generated by the projects, there's very little risk for the municipality. It's very different than when the Raiders came from LA and they built the stadium or renovated the stadium for them and issued their own bonds. This is a very different deal and it's way more financially responsible for all parties. And more consistent with the ways these deals are put together in the Bay Area. So I don't think that the economy will have a noticeable impact on that. If anything, if the economy dips, there might be more of an initiative to say, we need a big project like this. Dave Cavill, thank you very much president of the Oakland a's. I'm the hope you had a good time and just to sit down with us and chew the fat about baseball. We really do appreciate it. Thank you, sir. Awesome. Thanks for having me guys. Dave Cavill. I always love talking baseball and obviously when you're the president of a Major League Baseball team, that's the guy to talk to about baseball. And I know Scarlett, the record is kind of low right now, but you know what? Not good. It's not good. But it's still baseball. And it still can be very good baseball. And like I was saying earlier, you don't have to have a big payroll to be competitive. Yeah, but the record overall leaves a lot to be desired. They have a three 29 winning percentage right now. The next worst team in the AL west has a four 61 winning percentage. So there are 22 and a half games back. They can make it up. From the Astros. Okay. I guess the question when it comes to the a's because they're so synonymous with money bald. I guess it works right now if you're going through the pain of refreshing the cycle and everything. And if you're going to be approved for a new stadium, now is the time or and you'll move potentially now's the time that refreshing that cycle could make sense. I don't know. It might create a lot of perhaps ill will among the fanbase too. I thought it was interesting that he said that they have more fans outside of the east bay than they do inside. And that's something that's why I wonder if that they're rooting to hit that waterfront stadium instead of moving the whole thing to Las Vegas. I think it would be much more beneficial for

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Oakland Approves Own Terms for New Ballpark, A's Aren’t Happy

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Oakland Approves Own Terms for New Ballpark, A's Aren’t Happy

"News in the East Bay. It's now up to the athletics to decide if they want to stay in Oakland, the Oakland City Council approved their term sheet for the AIDS proposed $12 billion Waterfront stadium project at Howard Terminal, meaning the city still open to negotiating with the team Council president Nikki for Donato Baths. This marks a very important point for Oakland, the A's and this project and it is the beginning of I believe the eighth inning, but Sacramento business leaders are watching. Mostly hoping to lure in a major league baseball franchise to the city is president Dave Koval said the terms approved today are the exact terms the team wouldn't accept. Team officials say they plan to visit the Las Vegas area on Wednesday. Nika

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"howard terminal" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"howard terminal" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"The as proposed. They made this public in april regarding that water from ballpark at howard terminal site in In the port of oakland. The one billion dollars water for ballpark thirty five seats. Thirty five thousand. If the oakland city officials vote yes on that they could keep moving forward and hope to get final approval in the fall but a no vote which would constitute five out of the eight city officials. Say no to. it would mean that. Basically the as are done. And we heard this from rob manfred during the all-star break last week that this process is at the end. The as brass already visited vegas multiple times and a no vote would trigger other relocation sites whether it's portland whether it's nashville whether it's been couvert. Montreal you name you all the means there and it seems like the big sticking point at this moment is additional three hundred fifty two million dollars in infrastructure financing that the as now have to pay for and i don't like getting caught up into all the back and forth about this stuff But you would think that with a project that the stadium press a billion dollars. The entire thing is gonna cost twelve billion dollars. Three hundred fifty two million dollars. Relatively speaking does not seem like the kind of saying that should Hang in the balance. That would mean that. The as don't stay in oakland where they have such a passionate fan base. But that's exactly where we are right. Now buster yeah. And you're a resident of california so you know that this is not a time when a perfect time to be asking for twelve billion dollar project. That's for sure in one of the questions if If in fact they decide that they are going to try to move the franchise. The las vegas someplace else. What's going to happen with. The front office led by billy bean. Will that group go along with ownership in move onto the next challenge because at grew. Bobby's he's been so important keeping oakland team a competitive and relevant relevant over the last thirty years Tow we'll see a lot to come. Dodge giants played the first game of that. Four game series dodger stadium last night for the dodgers worst-case scenario giants jump all over him in the first inning. Tony johnstone winds up allowing three runs in three and a third innings. How aggressive you think. The dodgers ownership is gonna be upgrading seen before the trade deadline. I think it will be aggressive. And i think the indications that came over the off sleeper when they blew past that luxury tax threshold like no other team. I think.

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"howard terminal" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"howard terminal" Discussed on KGO 810

"That I even I'm even going to the Olympics. The 20 year old will be leaving for the Tokyo Olympics. July 25th. She hopes the place in the top 10. She tells me her goal is to enjoy this incredible journey and another Olympic Games. Maybe in her future. I mean, that really is a journey. Wow. Had no idea that she was from such a tough background, You know? Yeah, when you consider that that's even more impressive. Congratulations, sir. We'll watch from a new movie, too. Well, just to show up. There is pretty amazing just to be in to have qualified. But Hopefully, she has a good competition. The Olympics Crazy plagued with Covid 19, as you're well aware there won't be a crowd. I don't even know how safe frankly these athletes are. I'd be very concerned, but They're going full speed ahead. You know? So Yeah, Watch it. I did you circle back around. Sorry. I'm just bothering me. I want to go to the bar. Let's go to breath. Let's go back to Brett now for an update everyone on that situation with the stadium in Oakland Breath Stadium correspondent. So so the issue is the A's have promised to privately financed this particular stadium at Howard Terminal. Problem is the access to Howard Terminal is the issue. And that's where the taxpayer is. It will be on the hook in this particular deal, so the project generated revenues from Jacqueline and Infrastructure financing District are estimated to be $360 million. In in, uh, taxpayer money. Uh, but then the project generate revenues at the Howard terminal Infrastructure financing estimated to include $495 million to be used for infrastructure development, so that would be the taxpayers on the hook for 485 million. That's just an estimate, though, and but just to balance that out. It's estimated that it would bring in $7 billion in new revenue over the life of the stadium for offers. Yeah, Yeah, well, that's so It's an investment, right? Yeah, well, these They always argue that in the case of these huge sunk costs of the short you're talking about, right is that look, you pay the money now It's a lot. But obviously over the life of the stadium, and usually they'll, you know they'll break it out over the course of a decade or whatever. It'll pay for itself and you know the city will get its money back. Look, it's a It's a huge commitment on the part of the city and on the part of the AIDS, but I hope they stay there. I mean, it's just that is a rich tradition. It would be really, um It would be super sad to see them leave. So, uh, when we come back, I want to do a I want to do a chunk of trump just a little chunk because this word about Giuliani And he's somebody in Trump's orbit. That's what we can technically do it as chunk of Trump and frankly, it's not just about Giuliani. It's about what he urged Trump to do. On election night. It's in a new book. There have been there two new books out about the Trump administration. They both appear to be really, really good. And you know what? When I say really, really good. A well source good authors, ones from a Wall Street Journal author, Wall Street Journal writer and he's got really good pedigree. So, uh, When it comes to sources. I'll touch on both of those things next, so we'll do a mini chunk of Trump next. You can participate in the show throughout the morning. 415 80 88 10 415 80 88 10 As I mentioned the Pulitzer Prize winner Michael Hiltzik joins us bottom of the hour. Uh, in the I'm sorry. Top of the next hour Bottom. The next bottom of the hour. Carla Marinucci from the California playbook and politico. She joins us as we continue. Mark Thompson, K g 08 10. Oh, What up everybody. Mark Thompson here on day Joe A 10. It is Wednesday, July 14th coming up bottom of the hour after Brett's news, Carla Marinucci. Co author of the California playbook from Political. We'll Talk About a lot of things affecting California. We'll.

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"howard terminal" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"howard terminal" Discussed on KGO 810

"With the exit of a trump appointee, but I'm also going to ask him about the inflationary tendencies that the economy seems to be showing. Not a big surprise, given the fact that you have stimulus checks that were Not only significant, but they were distributed to a population That's sort of been not sort of. I mean, has been Locked down for a long time. And so there was a tremendous I think surge of spending. And with supply chains having been interrupted, we talked about the The chips that find their way into cars and phones. And so many, um Devices with with those unlimited supply. You have a supply and demand problem there that drives prices up. So you have, and I didn't even mention gasoline. Gasoline is one of the big things that Produces an inflationary spiral because that adds to the cost of everything. I mean, the cost of trucking things that has the cost of transporting things of all sorts. Anyway. My point is, I do willed with Michael Hiltzik, who knows business so well. I'll talk to him about that as well. In other words, how serious an inflationary spiral is this? I always thought The negatives is just me buying the party line that the prices were short term going to go up, but long term they would find their way back down. In other words, as that surgeon spending pretty much eases and as the supply chains pretty much are resuming the sort of free flow that they had pre pandemic. You would find that prices will begin to settle down. That's what's happened with lumber. Remember in lumber was so expensive at the beginning the pandemic image, insane expense to get number if you could get it. That's how tough it was. Now the price of lumber has settled down. So it may you know, uh, it may be one of those things. You talk about the coffee prices going up as well. It is. Yeah. The coffee prices? No. What about the coffee prices? Why are you yelling? Because I love coffee. Can't you tell? I'm out of my mind with coffee, but it's not because of the pandemic at speed. They blame climate change, so Or not. Will talk and talk about that. But Wow. Well, how long do we have Hiltzik on Albert? We're building a longer list for him. Now I want to ask about the he also has a problem with the With the All Star game and not with the All Star game. But you know, the All Star Game has proceeded the night before by the home run Derby. Sure, and Michael Hiltzik has a problem with the way they run the home run Derby. He's not happy with it this year. Mm. So that's what they did differently. Well, they did a lot differently. Actually, I think they instead of they used to have this system. Well, I'll tell you what they do, which I think makes total sense. They run a clock and you try to hit as many home runs as you can in the time. Sure, that seems pretty straight forward. That's why I don't understand. Hiltzik. What's your problem? What kind of mine and we'll talk about it? All right. Okay. I do have a problem with the home run Derby, though. And I have a problem with baseball In just this way. I think baseball is slow to embrace technology there. This game, which, like you know, likes to Harken back to a rich tradition. Of course, that rich tradition has included included racism. It's included cheating, I mean, and that's not ancient history. The cheating, Okay, check out the Astros. Alright. Um, I'm just saying that You know, so baseball is not without fault, but they kind of like to see themselves baseball as America's sport. You're the rich tradition, and that you know is we're reluctant to change because of our allegiance to tradition. Well, the reality is, uh, get into the 21st century. Dude, I mean, if you're if you're if you're Calling balls and strikes and they're always different, depending on who the guy is crouching down behind the catcher. I'd say That's a system that has to change. So as a batter. I don't know when I get in the batter's box, whether he's going to call the outside corner here or if he's going to call it two inches from here type thing. It should absolutely be computerized. That's what I think. I noticed we talked a lot about baseball the last couple of days. What's going on Albert? That's just because because of the all Star breaking the Giants doing so well, I guess maybe that's the reason and the A's are doing well, too. Yeah, the A's are doing and talk of the stadium really heating up and well, that is scary. I mean, it sounds to me like they really may move. I mean, is this all You know, sometimes right before they walk out of the store. They say I've had enough. You know, I'm not gonna You know, I won't sell it for this. And then the person I've That they really may move. The A's may move and the stadium may not happen at what? What? What's your take on it? I think that the fact that the commissioner stepped in, uh in, uh, and made that statement yesterday that that Las Vegas would be a good home for the A's was definitely an attempt to try and influence vote that I believe is coming up next week. On the future. Your stadium over the Howard terminal. Um So when you say, uh, an attempt to influence you mean to turn the heat up on Oakland, Yeah, to make the leaders realize that they are serious about finding a new home. Um, but of course, we just did the story, but Commissioner Rob Manfred said. It's not a bluff. He's really he wants them to really consider the fact that the.

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"howard terminal" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"howard terminal" Discussed on AP News

"Every milestone he keeps hitting or how he keeps leading the league in certain categories. And you know, they really It's my teammates to come back at me, and it may be like I still haven't got a hit. You know, like this guy's got three pigs. I don't Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred says the fate of the Athletics in Oakland will be determined. In the next few months, A's owners have proposed a new ballpark in the Howard Terminal area of Oakland. A move to Las Vegas is also possible. Ed Donahue. AP News CORONAVIRUS Update. I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute stocks finished lower The Dow down 107 points. Data from Johns Hopkins University shows Coronavirus cases are up in all but two states, Maine and South Dakota. Doctor David Dowdy is at Johns Hopkins. It is reasonable for us to start to become a little bit more cautious, right? Um, to start to talk about, um Re implementing some measures to to start to curb the spread. The increase in cases is driven by the fast spreading delta variant, lagging vaccination rates and fourth of July gatherings. We can expect to see Hospitalizations rise. We'll probably see deaths go up, although not to the same extent because we have more people who are vaccinated cases now are nowhere near their peak of a quarter million per day in January. Deaths are running it under 260 per day, on average, after topping out at more than 3400 over the winter. I'm Ed Donahue. Another day. Another unknown It could bring your biggest order yet, or a new cyber threat. Whatever happens, Comcast business will keep you ready with the network that can deliver gig speeds to the most businesses. Comcast BUSINESS powering possibilities. Restrictions apply actual speeds. Very AP News I'm Ed Donahue, president Biden says changes in voting laws are being made for the wrong reasons. The big lie is just that a big Why, Speaking in Philadelphia, the president says Republicans are making changes to voting laws. To follow up former President Donald Trump's claims of voter fraud. You don't call facts fake. Then try to bring down the American experiment. Just because you're unhappy. Texas is the latest state trying to change voting laws. 21st century Jim.

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Manfred: A's Fate in Oakland to Be Decided in Coming Months

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Manfred: A's Fate in Oakland to Be Decided in Coming Months

"Baseball commissioner rob Manfred says the fate of the athletics in Oakland will be determined in the next few months ae's owners have proposed a new ballpark in the Howard terminal area of Oakland Manfred said at the stadium project is not approved the team would move forward with either a move to Las Vegas or a wider relocation search the ace of implying that the antiquated calcium since nineteen sixty eight and have made several attempts to build their own facility the team has looked at options in Santa Clara and San Jose but the giants have territorial rights to Santa Clara and plans for a ball park in San Jose were scrubbed I'm Dave very

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"howard terminal" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"howard terminal" Discussed on KGO 810

"Afternoon on the Chip Franklin Show. I'm Kim McAllister still waiting for word on the number of injuries after a small plane crashed into a house in the Monterrey area this morning that Cessna came down in the upscale Montara housing development went right into the living room of the House house burst into flames that spread to some vegetation. So Firefighters were on the scene for quite some time. SF Gate says The house belongs to software company executive Roger Goulart and his wife, Julie. Their primary residence is in the Bay Area. They say no one was in the house at the time of the crash. Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred says the fate of the Oakland Athletics will be determined in the next few months. You know if you can't get a ballpark, I think that the relocation process whether it's Las Vegas or a broader array of cities that get consider is going to take on. Um you know, more pace. As owners are proposing a new ballpark at the Howard Terminal area, Manfred says at the stadium project does not approved the team would move forward with either removed to Las Vegas or a wider relocation search. California Public health officials say they will let school districts decide how to enforce new mask rules California still requiring all students and staff to wear masks while indoors at school. Even if fully vaccinated, the state told school districts on Monday they must send home students who refused to wear masks and are not exempt from wearing them. Hours later. The state then changed the rules, Students will still be required to wear masks indoors. But school districts can decide how they want to enforce that rule. We'll check your traffic.

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Oakland City Council Considering A’s “Howard Terminal or Bust” Offer

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02:09 min | 1 year ago

Oakland City Council Considering A’s “Howard Terminal or Bust” Offer

"Vote whether to approve the A's proposal to build a new baseball stadium at Howard Terminal. They say Their waterfront proposal, which includes housing, a performance space and hotels will revitalize West Oakland, an area of the city that has historically suffered from gentrification and displacement by big infrastructure projects like bark. Freeways in the post office down there. Opponents say it will cost jobs at the port and argued that the stadium should be built to the Coliseum, where ample transportation infrastructure already exists. Ratcheting up the tension as the A's ultimatum that if they can't build on the waterfront, they will move away entirely, leaving Oakland without a major league sports team following the loss of the city's other teams. We'll hear about the plan at what it means for Oakland and Bay Area sports fans. First I want to bring Nina Thorsen, producer at KQED and the California report onto the show to give us a reset. Welcome to the show. Nina Hey, Alexis. Good to talk to you. So first, let's let's talk about the specific area where it is. I want to give listeners like a sort of mental map. Where exactly is Howard Terminal? So if you've ever taken a fairy and gotten off at the open side, it's immediately north of where the ferry terminal is right now and then in between Howard Terminal and, um, the rest of the port of Oakland. That's where Schnitzer Steel the steel factory is. So it's right on the water, and, um, right adjacent to the ferry terminal. And I think that's one of the things that makes this such a complicated location is on the one side. You've got the port and on the other side you've got Jack London is right right in between there. Sure, And I mean, I think this is the challenge inherent to anybody who's going to build. Any kind of new facility in an established city is you want to be close to things that are already there and places where people want to go, But that means you're going to be next to some people, and there's just a lot of complications involved for sure. Give us a quick recap

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"howard terminal" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"howard terminal" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"All those look really, really nice. And then they building like, Yeah, that was a pretty good idea Should have done that. The Howard Terminal Stadium for the A's All the drawings and the artwork for look beautiful. We just haven't put shovels in the ground so we could talk more about that. A little bit later, Jeff Passan with more information. Coming out of Major League baseball regarding the A's and their search. This would be sad to lose a baseball team at Oakland players the Coliseum since 68. This would be a bummer. I know I make fun of him. I poke fun, but I go out there a lot. I mean, I It would. It would really be a downer. I think to lose the A's in Oakland and and to not have an American League team. In the Bay Area, and you know, you look at a bunch of the other major cities across the country, and a lot of them have two baseball teams were having American League in the National League Go Chicago, he go New York you go. I mean, obviously, Florida's Tampa and Miami and you talk either of those big market teams, but good on the Los Angeles. Obviously, you get get the Dodgers in a way and the Angels in Orange County, but still it's always been kind of cool to me to have two teams in the Bay Area right here across the bay from each other, And there's the whole Bay Bridge. Serious thing and the Wakened. I mean, it's just there's history there. And so these coming out in 68 10 years after the giant stand, I was thought was kind of a cool thing. Anyway, it z gonna be a tough I think couple of months as we wait for this build up for the Oakland City Council toe. To make their decision whether they want to move forward with the Howard terminal. And if not the age, we're gonna you know, they say that the one thing I don't understand is them, saying that the stadium site at the Coliseum is not a viable option. The A's body from the city of Oakland $85 million worth of. I think they spent 85 million to get half the property that the Oakland Coliseum is on. Thea. Other half I think is owned by the county. It's the city in the county and owned it jointly. The A's bought half of it. They don't have the other half. But let me share from the get go that as well, saying it's not a viable spot. We're supporting Major league baseball in this and I'm like Well, I mean, the same. Louis Cardinals did that They like built their new stadium. Basically it into their old stadium, like half of their new stadium or a corner of it builds, like right up like this, where a portion of old Bush used to be. I don't understand. You get all this parking space. We've been able to put a vaccine side up there. Where has it been bothered or moved or affected at all? Because nobody's driving out to Oakland Gate and today's games and just yet no other teams there. You can put a smaller stadium in the parking lot right there next to the Oakland Coliseum. I don't know what the issue would be. You're right next to park there. You're right next to the freeway. It's a perfect artery. I think to get people to that ballpark. You build it, You know, Wait the Howard terminal. It's getting tougher to get there with you. Follow Dave gavels advice and you hop on the gondola. So you see, all of this plays out, but on the other side back into the warrior's Draymond green with some great comments after the game being like, Yeah, man, we're having fun hunting playoff basketball again, and he thinks they've got their own silver bullet. Not Rob Manfred in their back pockets help put pressure on the city of Oakland. He's looking at Steph Curry. He's like we got our own weapon back here in Steph Curry, who could set the world on fire, so we'll hear from Bremen and we'll hear from from Steve Kerr after the game last night Warriors gonna win over the sons, Joe. Instead of victory will hear from Logan Web about his outing as well as his thoughts on his childhood team. The A's get ready to move out of Oakland, potentially all that is coming up with the Wednesday morning. We have to mention you also get the NFL schedule released today about that. That Z always a fun day to see. You know why? Because then, Dave tomorrow you and I get to go through. We get to pick our make our picks for where the 40 Niners are gonna finish this year. Dave Dave, I got him a 12 and four. Here we go, Dave. Fantastic stuff on the other side will get into some more warrior.

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"howard terminal" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"howard terminal" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Submitted a $115 million bid this week to buy the The Oakland share of the Coliseum site, And I guess that what the goal is to try to develop it and build a new stadium there. If the Howard Terminal Ballpark doesn't doesn't come about, tell us Where you're at with this and, you know, maybe get AIDS fans excited about it. Well, I mean, when I want to speak about this, uh, this is strictly from my heart. Um, you know, the kid that grew up in East Oakland and snuck into the stadium used to ride my bicycle to the ballpark and chanted over at the 76 station and across those tax on many occasions and, you know, sit out there, right, Build and be a part of Reggie's regiment. Watch the age when they were bad until they were great. Hmm. Um Keep in that team. I mean, I I believe that that the team personally belongs in East Oakland at that Coliseum site. Um, I was a part of great teams that saw 55 6 55,000 fans come in when we were winning and having our championship runs. The area surrounding the ballpark has changed greatly. And I am a strong believer that with a face lift Doing some great things in the neighborhood investing in the neighborhood. Um, that You will be able to create a situation where fans are coming out to the ballpark again, assuming that we put a good products on the field as we have over the last few years. Um, it's been said that the area is is not an area that is conducive to having people come to the ballpark. Well, if that's the case, and you have the right You have the right atmosphere for ballpark. Then you can make it all blend and work together. Colisee insight with the BART station near the freeway access You can't tell me there's a better place in the city for stadium. But along with that, you know, let's dress it up. You know, I used I used the terminology a long time ago. Not a long time ago. Just yesterday. As a matter of fact, I was speaking to some friends. I was saying Shoe is my going to school the first day of school. Every day we go, we go. We go to school for the first day of school and first day of school. What can you expect? You're gonna have a pencil in books, New counsel new books. In most cases, you got new school clothes and you go to school and everybody is the same. What happened with the East Oakland area is for us The whole of Oakland. What happened with East Oakland that's been left behind. And so now we keep going to school. But everybody else has got new clothes. And now I'm wearing I'm wearing holy tennis shoes. And so for me, What has to happen is we have to enhance the entire area of Oakland. And if we can, if we can start at the airport and work our way up to Hagen Burger and over San Leandro and down Stanley under the 66 takes 66 all the way to the water if we can possibly do that. And you do read eloped You do you redevelop that area, You build hotels and you build affordable housing and you've got a boutique shops and you do entertainment. Um and you find ways to get employment opportunities in the community banks and credit unions. Um, now you've given that whole area faceless and people when they come from that Oakland airport instead of going to San Francisco to find a place to rest their heads and have great mills. Now you've got your right there and you can. You can have great meals there and you can have entertainment and it's a place that's enjoyable to be. And what happens is now you're bringing more economical value to East Oakland. Which brings revenue. And so that's my vision. That's what I would hope that happen. Um, you know, I've got a long road to go. I've got a got, you know, Endear myself, obviously, with Community, and when I say the community we're talking about the council councilman and the people that are making these decisions. But, um, as far as the age of concern and in the relationship with their 50% of the ballpark that they own, or 50% of the Coliseum that down I don't know that there is a better a better combination of a better connection in mind with the AIDS and being able to commit to what we want to do with that property. It should be a smooth transition as far as that's concerned. And so you know, at this point, it's just having an opportunity to talk with the decision makers and have them see my vision and believe my vision and also have them understand that I have Ability in the finances back in me to get it done. We're talking to Dave Stewart here in the Tolbert Kruger in Brooke's show. So my question day when hearing all that I don't doubt your commitment. Two this project. I wonder if the A specifically the owner of the AIDS Is he interested in a community redevelopment project, or are they more interested in having Which would be there, right having a, you know, sort of vanity project on the water, because that's what it seems like They're spending their time and their efforts on not redeveloping the Coliseum site. The surrounding areas had conversations with Mr Fisher. And I've also talked with Dave Cavil on on on many occasions over the over the last couple years, when, um the thought in reality of moving to our terminal came about and I do know that that the ace do have a recreational plan of for the Coliseum property, along with Along with, um Employment opportunities as well. There's more to their plan that I am not privy to, but I did see some of the renderings of some of the things that they want to do. And I think it's encouraging what they're trying to do, or at least what they have on paper. Um, I can't Changed their mind. And I don't think that anyone can with whether they want to play baseball and build a stadium at Howard Terminal. We'll find out. If that project is going to become a reality. I'm sure over the next three years of their release. At the Coliseum and then they'll have a decision to make if they can build there. If they can't build there, they'll have a decision to make up of what they want to do and where they want to play. And if playing at the Coliseum is is becomes, ah, the alternative for them. Then the renderings that I'm putting together it calls for a new stadium. But I also have rendering without the stadium. Today. What's the next thing that we're looking for in this in this process to see if this convict off the ground? Well, that process I think is now gonna happen with the city, And as I said, they got a vet the people that are involved in this to be sure that Whoever they select as the as the buyer of this property is capable of getting this thing done. Um, And I think it's also important that once again that there there is a relationship, or there can be a relationship with the age because he's of the key key piece to this whole thing. And then, um, once again, As I said, then they have to make a decision. They'll put their minds together and I'm sure that they'll let their conscious be their God and make a decision that they think is going to be best for the city..

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"howard terminal" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"howard terminal" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"They're going to be playing scrimmages in an alternate site, and many members on that point So I have real concerns about the long term direction of a giant, but I just don't see them going out and doing anything unless you can get somebody to take a Cueto. And take the rest of the money off their hands. But then how do you judge what prospects here? You're going to get us Nobody's played. Well, you know, One of the biggest things you just said, is college. No college baseball, no minor leagues. And how do you develop players with no minor leagues and they take the whole year off some of them? Who knows what they're doing if they're even working out at home? How does that just decipher What's next for the minor league systems and are you're going to see minor league teams pretty much balk on habit seasons anymore because of not playing this year and the loss of money to all these small town teams. Do you think that's going to hurt baseball in the long run? Look, as I just sort of tried to say. I mean, you have no development from little League all the way up this year, Right? So everybody from the smallest kid A little college kid and a minor league kid is not developing this year. When baseball comes back or we can we get through this period where we have a vaccination, and people feel safe to be able to participate again. That may not be told the end of next year. Everything is going to be different. You know, they were already trashing the minor league system. Major League Baseball was before this even started. They wanted to totally advancing in the minor league system. Now, as you point out how many people how many of these kids are going to be back? Have after having lost a whole season of revenue. I feel the same way about major league teams and then you have no revenue sharing this year for the smaller market teams. I mean, what the AIDS are not a small market team Beating off reading is sharing two years for no reason at all. As they've been trying to develop the stadium situation and at the Howard terminal and a number of other places, and they're being phased out of that system, and their owner has deep pockets. It's just How far does he want to reach into it? But you know I can't obey Pittsburgh, Baltimore Kansas City. There are a lot of teams in baseball but head off revenue sharing. And there's no revenue. So there's no money filtering down from the big, higher revenue market teams like the Giants to the Dodgers and the and the Yankees and the Mets. Filter down to those teams in baseball, and I've already heard. Okay, We know the Mets of Giselle. That's been a high profile deal. But you know Pittsburgh is not. Baltimore is having problems. I don't know. How can you know? Tampa Bay? Hold on. I don't even know how the Padres pay. They're you know, they're they're done, and the city pays the knot on the stadium there, which is pretty expensive every year without any money coming in. Now there's gonna be a lot of problems and Major League baseball financially. And if anybody expects that you're going to have a brilliant with minor league season next year, and that pitchers and catchers and in other important February is normal to spring training camps. They've got another thing coming. It's just not happening. This is not going to be resolved by by that this time next year. Yeah, You're absolutely right there. The future's there's so many questions in the in the game of baseball in a lot of sports, too, And I think you hit a really On the head of the nail right there because we don't know what's gonna happen in the minor leagues as well as moving forward into the bubble. If this is going to take place in the playoffs and the World Series, but good stuff again, Barry Bloom. I really appreciate your time this morning. You have a great day and we'll talk to you again. Thanks, Billy. It's always great target E or always with one of the great guys in the clubhouse and talk, Teo and I kind of miss those days already at this point, Yeah, do to Barry. Thanks again, buddy. Have a good time and be safe. Barry Bloom from Sparta Co. And we'll be right back on the pregame show talking baseball. Marty Loria's on assignment, and Bill Lasky is in and we'll be right back on the sports leader. Talking baseball with Marty Laurie on KNBR 1045 and six e the spores. Sports are back game start tonight. Agent games MLB N BA NHL have resumed their season's Pat McAfee and crew are here to get you caught up zero positive test the boy's body and I wouldn't be able to. I would have hit my head off already. I would've been gone a a body and I'm very thankful they have a perfect time for you..

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"howard terminal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:00 min | 2 years ago

"howard terminal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"When I adopted them, I discovered that they both have incredible personalities. Chances. Sole purpose in life is to love and to be loved. Frankie is a little bit of a scoundrel and always entertaining there a little bit of a lot of things, but they're all pure loves. Adopt your love at the shelter pet project dot org's brought to you by the Ad Council, Humane Society of the United States and Mattie's. This is the business of sports from Bloomberg Radio. Thanks so much for joining us. We're here each and every week at the same time talking to the biggest names in sports, substituting for Jason Kelly on John Stash our along with Michel Barr and Michalis and we're happy to be joined by the president of the Oakland A's Dave Kabul. Remember, you can catch AIDS Baseball on Bloomberg Radio, 9 60 I am in the Bay Area. In fact, I think Then, right when that deal was struck, the team took off on a nine game winning streak. So it was a good deal all around today. We want to get Teo. The team playing well, and the The challenges of winning in the with a smaller payroll. It's been going on, obviously the stadium issue but I want to go back to Late June early July, when we have this back and forth in baseball seemingly every day. Things got ugly. The union the commissioner, How many game should be played pro rated salary. All of that. I don't know how privy were to what was going on behind the scenes. But was there a time when you were really worried that they would not be baseball at all this year? I mean, I always thought we could come to an agreement with the Players Association. I think the players the owners Everyone wanted to do everything they could to play. We know that in path situations and you know areas like 9 11 or back to World War two that baseball has been a healing force. In crises. And so I think we all felt a sense of responsibility to get back on the diamonds. Obviously the negotiations kind of unfolded in the public, But we did get through that. We came up with a great protocol that we think has been working very well. And we're playing baseball and we're actually playing really good baseball, the A's and so it's great to be able to turn on the TV and watch the games and recreate as much of the atmosphere we can without the fan. You became part of the president of the Oakland A's have leaving 2016 and one of the first things you did was increase the amount of marketing For the A's, especially in San Francisco, which obviously is a very smart move. And you can you take us through that, and you're a fox. Well, you know, they're baseball fans all over the Bay area, and you're having two teams in the same market Afford you the opportunity to kind of have that really getting rivalry like European soccer that Darby's between our snow and Patna, MME. And so I wanted to play that up and make that a big part of the experience, turned the Bay Area and go into San Francisco, and we got aggressive going after fans of baseball in San Francisco to adopt We did the McCuddy coach take over where we took an armada of ships in the McCovey Cove. All a decorated stomper, our mascot, the elephant on a boat bull horns. The whole thing. We did a hat exchange. So if anyone had a giant hat You could exchange it for a brand new age had and I think we have, like 2800 hats. We got giant hats. And so we did a lot of really fun kind of guerilla marketing effort. It created a lot of buzz in the local community here in the Bay Area and really became even a national story. David, I know you got a proposal to build a new stadium down at the Howard Terminal. Very kind of cozy stadium. 34,000 seats. I'm up in Boston so that you know the 30,000 38,000 is quite familiar with us up here. But you also have a plan to upgrade the Coliseum. Is that which is your primary plan right now? Well. Our plan for a new ballpark is at the waterfront and Howard terminal. But we also have a plan with the city of Oakland in the county to work on redeveloping the Coliseum site. We don't abandon East Oakland, so it could be an economic driver for that part of the city. It retains the arena where the Warriors used to play and build a kind of a mixed use development around it. That's one of our real state projects. And then the other one is at the waterfront. We have this incredible Jewell box. Ballpark. 34,000 designed by brk. Ingles Group, Danish architect, incredible water views and then a development around Village that can really paint the Oakland waterfront to a new level and really have been kind of renaissance that you saw in San Francisco when they built local park. Today. What's the timeline here? When you're doing all this work? When can you envision? Opening day for the A's at a new ballpark. Well, I think the key thing is to get all the political approvals next year. Everything kind of split the year when we had coded. So we're feeling that was gonna happen this year 2020 but some of the public meetings that are necessary to get City Council approval had to be put off. And so we're looking for a final approval next. And then you know, based on the city priority, and were things stand, you know, take a couple of years, maybe 2.5 years to build it, And so we're trying over the next three years or so to get the stadium out of the ground. Have a great over have a lot of excitement there. It allows us to retain our players have a bigger payroll cannot be relying on Moneyball, and I think that really usher in maybe even a golden era of baseball in Oakland. 34,000 seat ballpark, and it's privately financed. Which means you guys have some leverage when you're talking about the local politicians there. You're not asking for any taxpayer money. This is this is privately financed. So you must have some leverage going into this. Yeah. I mean, it's an incredible deal for the city and the community. I mean, increased over $7 billion in economic impact, all with private capital, 6000 permanent jobs all union construction on another 2800 job. It takes an area that's really an abandoned maritime terminal and turns it into one of the places to be in the Bay Area where fairies can come up with Doc and burn people from Doc Toledo or South San Francisco, Redwood City and just, you know, create vibrancy and and a reason to come to Oakland and to spend your tax dollars, So we think the product is very exciting. We have the port already voted in favor of it about a year ago, and we're looking forward to getting in front of the City Council on getting that fruit. David. Obviously, the Warriors have moved over to San Francisco. The Raiders have gone to Vegas. If this proposal falls through are you committed to staying in Oakland? Or which would be tempted to move the franchise somewhere else? We're 100% focused on building our waterfront stadium in Oakland, you know, were rooted in Oakland. We've been here 52 years were the last team left? We feel a great sense of responsibility to represent the town. There's such a great baseball history with players like Frank Robinson and Ricky Henderson and Hayes Stewart Onda, Obviously the team's Oakland Oakland, A's and so we think we can really be successful in Oakland. Obviously, we still need to get the ballpark built. It is our North star. And that's why we're putting so much effort into doing that at this time. More coming up of our conversation with Oakland, A's president Dave Kabul, that straight ahead on Bloomberg Business of Sports. I'm John Stash our and I'm Michael Bar at Mar Sports. And on Mike Lynch. He confined me a lynching. WCVB download the show here. Even more of this interview are extended version. Catch that wherever you Khun, get your podcasts. 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"howard terminal" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"howard terminal" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Operations to security to business analytics blanc the data to everything platform more hats blocked dot com good morning it's a thirty live from NPR news in Washington I'm Laurie London the defense department has identified a soldier who died in Afghanistan yesterday he is thirty three year old sergeant first class Michael J. global of Washington township New Jersey NPR steel he did reports from Islamabad the Taliban had claimed responsibility for Goebbels death in the northern province of condos at the time they said report is a picture of Goebbels ID card and a gruesome image which they claim was from the attack that brazen of knowledge mint may pose a challenge to American officials were trying to finalize a deal with the Taliban that will allow the stroll of thousands of troops from Afghanistan talks of already be halted twice after similar attacks he was the twentieth US service member killed in action in Afghanistan this year there are serious concerns in Ecuador after a barge carrying six hundred gallons of diesel oil song off the got the lava go silence Maria Martin tells us the workers are over the impact the accident could have on the delicate ecosystem Ecuador's navy says the barge sank Sunday when a crane loading cargo fall on it this happened instantly store by the easternmost island in the Galapagos declared a UNESCO world heritage site for its rich flora and fauna but one considered at risk due to tourism and population growth as this latest fuel spill clearly demonstrates at last check the Dow off twenty two points this is NPR live from KQED news I'm Brian white Alameda county plans to sell its stake in the Oakland Coliseum to its current tenant the eighties county supervisors unanimously voted in favor of the move in a special meeting yesterday KQED Serra host Seney reports supervisors approve the sale of their half share in the stadium and the arena to the Oakland Athletics for eighty five million dollars they're hoping the money will help relieve the county's debt incurred nearly twenty five years ago for remodeling of the Coliseum when the readers came back from LA Dave kaval is president of the eighties which is exploring building a new downtown ballpark at Howard terminal and redeveloping the Coliseum property in east Oakland Tom we've worked all year to get to this day and actually to have the final unanimous vote of the supervisors tremendous leadership here in our community to ensure the keys are here for many generations.

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"howard terminal" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"howard terminal" Discussed on KGO 810

"To develop the land to help fund a new ballpark at Howard terminal back in may and editorial in the mercury news called the proposed sale under handed and a sweetheart deal with a lack of competitive bidding Oakland native Marshawn Lynch may be coming out of retirement to play for his old team the Seattle Seahawks Seattle coach Pete Carroll says Lynch is flying to Seattle and will undergo a physical if he passes the Seahawks will likely sign him wince hasn't played more than a year but Seattle is in desperate need after two running backs suffered season ending injuries the impeachment of president trump has turned into a three way faceoff among Nancy Pelosi Mitch McConnell and Chuck Schumer Senate leader Mitch McConnell appearing on fox news indicating there are no negotiations plant considering where he and Chuck Schumer left it last Thursday what what an impasse we can't do anything until the speakers of the papers over so everybody enjoyed all of it is you know I'm not anxious to have those trials she was all over the papers as go right ahead and correspondent Bob Constantini reports democratic leader Chuck Schumer is demanding witnesses who refused to appear during house committee hearings including acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney and former national security adviser John Bolton couple of media companies are making business news today is the hotly contested streaming wars continue NBC universal streaming channel which debuts in air parole is making news again today after word leaked out last week that the channel NBC's peacock without a live news show in tiered pricing comes an announcement today that NBC universal's partnering with stars to license streaming content from one another that means peacock allowed access to film from Lionsgate who owns stars in those films include the hunger games franchise and the John wick trilogy meanwhile Netflix has.

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"howard terminal" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"howard terminal" Discussed on KGO 810

"Brand just the same as if I got one a target is like the same one so I found this company called Tom in Tom him I think is in in the company and their backpacks so that Juan again from Oakley was like thirty five Bucks I want my my but he said the these have really because I went on their stick to hundred thirty dollars a day I was like I can hire somebody Kerry my crap around for that right anyway we'll get to us Amazon is apparently the stuff that you return there if there be throwing it away I don't want to hear your experience it when you are you are a classic or turn on a chronic or Turner or do you do you make that decision should be a little harder for people return stuff that's next it is four twenty ninety KGO I'm Paul Rodgers here's what's happening Alameda county supervisors have approved the sale of the county's portion of the Oakland Coliseum land to be out today supervises eight eighty five million dollar deal will allow the county to focus on core services city of Oakland still has its half share of the property the ETS want to develop the land to help fund their new ballpark at Howard terminal back in may and editorial in the mercury news call the proposed sale underhanded and a sweetheart deal obey point convenience store clerk shot and killed an armed robber in a shoot out over the weekend surveillance video shows two masked men entering the store last night one held the clerk at gun point behind the counter while the other one pistol whipped him the clerk then got a gun from the drawer and fired one shot as the two ran.

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"howard terminal" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"howard terminal" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Been talking to congressional offices advocates and victims families but there is little clarity on what might be politically possible or what president trump would support Tamar Keith NPR news hurricane Dorian has made landfall in the Bahamas with that's a category five storm with sustained winds of one hundred eighty five miles an hour and wind gusts up to two hundred twenty miles an hour if you're Shanahan's that reports the storms hit bill elbow cay rather on Abaco island in the Bahamas the national hurricane center says Dorian is now a category five and its striking as the strongest hurricane and modern records to hit the Bahamas forecasters say the storm hurricane force winds are beginning to extend farther out from the center the islands could be lost by up to thirty inches of rain and a storm surge of between eighteen to twenty three feet above normal tide levels forecasters say northern parts of the Bahamas could experience life threatening flash floods and as it moves towards Florida in a few days the coast could see a storm surge of up to seven feet Shannon van Sant NPR news and meanwhile Dorian is forecast to slowly move up the east coast and even though the national hurricane center forecast the I will stay off shorts to cutting it close you're all just say its path is not set in stone a hurricane warning has been issued for parts of Florida's east coast from Jupiter inlet to the Volusia Brevard county line this is NPR from KQED news I'm Jeremy Siegel some Oakland workers are rallying against the proposed ease ball park at Howard terminal near Jack London square cake you would you Sir Husayni reports that's after two bills that would ease the development advanced in the state legislature Friday a bill introduced by state senator Nancy Skinner would make it easier for Oakland to sell bonds to finance infrastructure improvements around the ballpark which would be paid back to investors with revenue from future property tax says it's an approach for offices helped San Francisco develop both its waterfront and the giant stadium that's exactly the problem according to shippers and long shore workers who rallied in east Oakland on Saturday the long opposed in a stadium at the port of Oakland because.

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"howard terminal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:58 min | 3 years ago

"howard terminal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"This Tuesday morning, Sacramento city leaders may throw out a law that restricts panhandling. A judge ruled last year at violates the first amendment the current city code prohibits panhandling in aggressive or intrusive manner in. Public areas. Sacramento city attorney now recommends getting rid of the current law following the ruling the ordinance passed less than two years ago city council members will address that topic at tonight's meeting. Eight proposed law would force them California cities to allow cannabis retailers even if elected leaders opposed the idea stay the same Blumenfeld team says cities should have pot shops. If most of their voters approved statewide marijuana legalization, he responds to critics who say it's a power grab by Sacramento that robs cities of local control well, Barak boxes. Above local control comes making sure that we're implementing to will of the voters and will voters spoke fairly clearly in prop sixty four his Bill would require cities with more than ten thousand people to issue marijuana permits if most of their voters approved proposition, sixty four the Oakland Athletics are closer to the new stadium. The city's port commission on Monday approved using land at Howard terminal to build a thirty five thousand seat stadium along with. A housing and retail development. Commissioners tentatively agreed to give the team four years to complete an environmental impact report for the fifty acre site, the as must still negotiate a lease or sale of the land, and they need approval from both the Oakland city officials and from the state opponents say the development would add traffic and disrupt port operations, the California Condor bounced back from near extinction. But environmental groups say more needs to be done to protect it. There is legislation pending this year to reintroduce them into northwestern, California. But environmental groups say there will have to be some changes first condors often die after eating rats that have been poisoned legislation. This year would ban the chemicals on state land. But defenders of wildlife Pamela flick says there's a bigger problem thousands of illegal marijuana farms have been identified statewide here in California with a substantial concentration of these sites. Located in the area relief in northwest, California. Condor almost one extinct in nineteen eighty-five with only twenty two birds remaining fast for. Twenty nineteen and there are now two hundred ninety birds in southern California and the Baja peninsula in Mexico, the US fish and Wildlife Service proposes reintroducing the Condor to the northern part of this historic range, which includes California, Oregon and northern Nevada. Veronica Carter news ninety three point one K F B K this morning. North Korea wants a cargo ship seized by the United States back the ship. The wise honest was impounded in Indonesia last year after it was determined to be hauling shipments to and from North Korea in violation of sanctions the ship was seized by the United States last week. Now, North Korea is demanding its return saying the seizure is a violation of North Korea's sovereignty and goes against the spirit of joint statement by President Trump and Kim Jong UN made after their first summit in Singapore. Last year North Korea's state news agency called the move gangster. Like and illegal active robbery bills for news ninety three point one k of BK jeopardy host Alex trebek's has announced that he's received. What he hopes is his final chemo. Therapy treatment. He's been fighting stage for pancreatic cancer. Seventy eight year old trebek's has not missed a single show during his cancer battle in a recent interview, he told Jane Pauley of CBS about how the severe pain he was suffering. We'll tape in jeopardy would knock him off his feet, but he refused to give in. No, why tape the show, and then I made it to the dressing room on one occasion. Just barely before. I writhed in pain and cried in pain ahead, fifteen minutes before the next show. So I got myself together and spasms of that kind usually last about ten to fifteen minutes. So all right here we go again. But so I I got through it. And the producers were very kind. They said, look if you if you don't want to do the show, we'll we'll just cancel tape. I said, no we're here. We're doing the shows why he has given a few emotional interview. Now, he has said that he has been overwhelmed by all of the American viewers people who've watched him, you know, for years and years and respected him that have reached out to him in this time. So you seventy years old. He looks terrific, by the way, it really does. I know I mean for being so ill as he is right now going through what he's going through and just the emotional battle with cancer that so many people fight as well would sign the here that maybe just maybe this is his last chemo treatment. I mean, maybe he's going to beat this thing. But to think that he's on the on the floor of his dressing room. And he still goes forward and tapes the show, I mean, that's guts gutsy pretty all right? Let's get you caught up now on this hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one B K..

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"howard terminal" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"howard terminal" Discussed on KGO 810

"K G O eight ten. Morning. I'm Brett burkhart with your bottom of the hour. News update, we are awaiting a press conference at about fifteen minutes from group opposed to the as building a stadium at terminal part Howard terminal I should say in Oakland. The press conference comes before a vote this afternoon by Portavogie when officials on a deal to move another step closer to doing just that building a ballpark on the waterfront the deal would give the as four years negotiate exclusively with the port as the team put together a plan for a ballpark and a housing and retail development at that location. San Francisco is on track to become the first city to ban the use of facial recognition by police and other city agencies as technology creeps increasingly into daily life. Some say that the ban in a city full of tech company sends a strong warning to police critics of the van say police need tools to catch criminals and the Federal Communications Commission wants to give consumers their sanity back by taking very aggressive actions against robo callers chairman. -auG pie says he believes it's getting out of control and his frankly sick of it. He is demanding the companies adopt call often to -cation, basically, a digital fingerprint for every phone call. And he says they are imposing the largest lines in FCC history for some of the robo callers. This news report is sponsored by Wyndham hotels and resorts with more than six thousand hotels across the country, a great hotel by Wyndham closer than you think. Book directed Wyndham hotels dot com. Dr Mark the show has an update on northbound. Seventeen. The Chilton auto body traffic desk, northbound seventeen big delays out of Scott valley. It's roadwork just north of granite creek in the right lane. You are insult stop and go from Mount Hermon. They'll be out there scheduled to two thirty southbound six eighty boulevard, the trailer came loose from a truck that all in the center divide now, but it is backing up towards Burnell northbound six eighty Bollinger canyon watch out for a wreck reported on the right hand shoulder. Just a minor toll plaza delay in the metering lights now off at the westbound bay bridge. We're.

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"howard terminal" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"howard terminal" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That were ill advised hurtful harmful. Second university backwards every time he made those angler asked to stay on until January twenty third, but the board decided that he's out immediately and former dean sativa is in for NPR news. I'm shayna Roth. And he's Lansing. On Wall Street at this hour, the Dow is down six points at twenty four thousand two hundred the NASDAQ is up seventeen. This is NPR news from K Q E D news, I'm Brian watt. The storm that has been slamming large parts of California has prompted the national weather service to issue. A flash flood warning for several communities in Butte county hit hard by last year's campfire. They include paradise Michaela. And Yankee hill some residents in the campfire burns gar areas. Got this. Call last hour flood warning a flash flood warning has been issued for your location. Take immediate action for your protection for digital information. Monitor local media the advisory lasts until eleven fifteen this morning. A new baseball stadium for the Oakland. A's is expected to be discussed at today's meeting of the bay conservation and development commission, Nina Thorsen, has more every major California development has to meet the approval of many different. Regulators about the site of the proposed ballpark at Howard terminal near Jack London square adds an extra layer of complexity. That's because the land is currently designated by the BBC DC as port priority. Use the only to change that in order for the project to proceed today's action is just the first step for the BBC DC to consider the plan, and it could take at least a year the as are paying the BBC DC staff expenses for this project. Meanwhile, the team has started work with several other regulatory bodies, including the Oakland planning commission and the landmarks preservation advisory board. I'm Nina Thorsen, K Cutie news in sports in another basket burner. The warriors beat the pelicans one forty seven to one forty the sharks had won six straight until last night. They lost six to three to the coyotes..

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Good news for As ballpark plans, but dont pop the Champagne yet

San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition

02:19 min | 4 years ago

Good news for As ballpark plans, but dont pop the Champagne yet

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Good news for as ballpark plans. But don't pop the champagne yet by Scotto slur for sports. Good news for as fans, I think I asked team president Dave cavalier. Do the ace still expect to pick a ballpark site. By the end of this year's your promised. The answer delivered by Catherine anchor team vice president of communications and community. We are still on track to announce our plan by the end of the year. That's big v as need to make that pick the Coliseum site or Howard terminal on schedule if they hope to open their ballpark for the twenty twenty three season. Kvass update is good news considering the as recent complaints about lack of response to their efforts to negotiate for use of the Coliseum property. Don't pop the champagne corks yet with any as ballpark talk. There usually are huge gaps in information and ugly. Historical references. I have no doubt that the as will announce their side by the end of the. A year says longtime pro sports executive Andy Dollah JR. My favorite skeptic. They did. So in two thousand six for Cisco field in two thousand nine for deer. It unstained in two thousand eleven for victory court in two thousand thirteen for Coliseum city and in two thousand seventeen for parole to college rim shot please all at stake is the future of the team in Oakland any major delay or setback in ballpark plans. We'll have a domino effect if the as fall behind or off their twenty twenty three opening timetable that is likely to collide with their promise to goose team payroll to a respectable level thus jeopardizing their hold onto the stars of the future. Like, Mike Chapman stars of the future. Tend to align themselves with teams that have a future Chapman just finished his first full season in the big leagues and to be in his prime in twenty twenty three. If ballpark plans lag or fall through Chapman's future in Oakland grows. Him think positive as fans and ignore Dollah? Who tells me I'll meet you at the gondola in two thousand twenty three.

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