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Oakland Business Leaders Declare Support For A's Ballpark Site Despite City Opposition

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 09 / 19 / 17

Oakland business and civic leaders rallied yesterday to "declare their support for the A’s ballpark proposal , which they say will deliver thousands of jobs and rejuvenate a stagnant part of the city," according to Kimberly Veklerov of the S.F. CHRONICLE. The advocacy "stood in cont...

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