Berkeley should work for everybody

Berkeley needs some change and needs it fast! In Berkeley’s effort to live in the past, we are not addressing the issues of increasing homelessness, crime and bike and pedestrian safety — not to mention the decay of Telegraph Avenue and other Downtown areas. As the City Council wastes its
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Residents of West Berkeley still fuming over services

The shallowness of the recent news article describing the conflict between neighborhood residents and the massive Lehigh Hanson Asphalt Plant in West Berkeley was deeply disappointing. A few quotes from opposing sides, mixed with the self-serving platitudes from local politicians, did not result in a meaningful story. The article totally
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Protect the infrastructure in the city from further damage

Potholes and sewers. Flash floods and stormwater. For students with busy schedules, these topics are probably not the first thing on your mind. Problems with the city of Berkeley’s street and storm sewer infrastructure, however, could make them all too familiar. Bike along Shattuck Avenue and you’ll notice a maze
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Henry Treadway vigil

Friends, family remember UC Berkeley sophomore Henry Treadway

The Multicultural Community Center in the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union was filled to capacity Friday night, as friends, family and members of the UC Berkeley community filed in to pay their respects to Henry Treadway — the sophomore and El Cerrito native who died last week at Unit
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