As election season 2012 approaches, the Berkeley City Council must determine which measures to place on the ballot by August.
At Tuesday’s 7 p.m. meeting the council will review and vote on various ballot measures related to infrastructure keeping track of unfunded liabilities and other topics.
Contentious issues such as the Civil Sidewalks ballot measure are also sure to see extensive public comment, while topics such as massage parlors accused of operating as prostitution rings will also be revisited.
Councilmember Jesse Arreguin will present his alternative to the sidewalks ballot measure, which promotes bringing various groups within the city together to explore ways existing laws and city programs can be expanded to assist the local homeless population.
The council will vote on the final ballot language for the original measure, unless they take alternative action.
Read the full annotated agenda for the meeting below:
Adelyn Baxter is the news editor.
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