A $513.6 million operating budget for fiscal year 2020 has been approved at the Port of Oakland, California.
The port’s governing board ok’d the spending plan at a meeting held last week.
“The new budget is up about 4 percent from the one adopted for fiscal year 2019. It goes into effect July 1. The budget projects revenue of $398 million at the port in the next fiscal year. That would be up about 1.2 percent from anticipated FY 2019 revenue,” the port said in its latest release.
Operating expenses are likely to increase 10.4 percent from the current budget, the port said. Most of the change is expected to come from increases in personnel costs, maritime maintenance and dredging costs and aviation security costs.
According to their official announcement, the port’s new budget includes $42.3 million in capital expenditures, mostly at the seaport, Oakland International Airport and Jack London Square.