State Of California Slated To Put $200 Million In Oakland A’s Howard Terminal Ballpark

State Of California Slated To Put $200 Million In Oakland A’s Howard Terminal Ballpark

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State Of California Slated To Put $200 Million In Oakland A’s Howard Terminal Ballpark

According to a very good source, the State of California is planning to add $200 million from its June 15th List Of Budget Appropriations for the City of Oakland and Oakland Athletics Howard Terminal Project. (Update, this is not to be confused with Governor Newsom’s $250 million in financial aid for California’s ports.)

Now, while that’s the plan, there’s no certainty that the approval will happen on June 15th, and thus creates a good reason for Oakland A’s fans to start paying attention to the news regarding the California Budget.

If the approval does happen, it will mark the first time the State of California has spent a significant amount of direct money to get a sports and entertainment venue built in the 21st Century. Moreover, that’s not the only sports-related project to get State of California help: Southern California could see as much as $1 billion in state funds next year 2022 for critical transit projects in preparation for the 2028 Olympics.

But $200 million for Howard Terminal will pay for 50 percent of the basic infrastructure cost associated with preparing that site for the Oakland A’s Ballpark. It also turns the tables on the idea that Las Vegas and Nevada have public money to spend on sports, where Oakland and California do not.

Stay tuned for more updates.


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