SAN FRANCISCO — The Port of Long Beach, Calif., the second-busiest port in the country, could see its rating come under pressure if a local ballot measure passes that would strengthen the hand of the city in its operations.

Long Beach voters in November will consider a two-part measure that would change the formula for fund transfers from the port to a trust that pays for harbor improvements. Secondly, the proposition would change the language in the city charter to clarify the city’s jurisdiction over oil properties at the port.

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