But after years of being besieged by budget deficits and underutilized berths, things may be starting to look up. The port recently signed a contract with a Chinese company to export California timber, estimated to bring in up to $1 million annually over the next decade. And last year, a Chinese developer inked a deal expected to net the city $10 million for the sale of Terminal 1, the site of future homes (so far, the city has received only a $500,000 down payment.). Then there’s the Riggers Loft Wine Co., which will open a tasting room at the port and is expected to bring an estimated $100,000 a year in rent. And perhaps most important, the port’s budget is now balanced and operations are bringing in extra cash for the city: $150,000 in 2015 and $1.1 million the previous year.
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