Oakland Board of Port Commissioners Approves Supplemental Environmental Impact Report For Airport Development Program
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Dec. 17, 2003
Contact: Harold Jones
Director of Communications
Oakland International Airport
OAKLAND, Calif. — The Oakland Board of Port Commissioners Tuesday approved the Supplemental Environmental Impact Report for Oakland International Airport’s development program, allowing the airport to move ahead with the development program that was initially approved in 1997.
“This marks a milestone for Oakland’s increasingly popular airport,” said Oakland Mayor Jerry Brown. “Oakland International Airport already is the most convenient Bay Area airport, and now it will become a leader in energy efficiency and environmental design as well.”