Alameda County Votes To Start Negotiations With A's For Sale Of Coliseum Site
Alameda County supervisors voted to begin negotiations with the Oakland A's on sale of the coliseum site. As Kiet Do reports, the City of Oakland and residents want to make sure they, too, get something out of the deal.

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