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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 17, 2023

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Alexandra Feldman

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The Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board endorsed legislation that would expand protections for tenants in light of COVID-19 at its regular Thursday meeting.
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The Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board endorsed legislation that would expand protections for tenants in light of COVID-19 at its regular Thursday meeting.
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On Monday, 39 teachers unions in Alameda and Contra Costa counties released a declaration calling for strong safety measures and increased educational resources as schools reopen in the fall.
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On Monday, 39 teachers unions in Alameda and Contra Costa counties released a declaration calling for strong safety measures and increased educational resources as schools reopen in the fall.
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After 40 years of serving the Berkeley community, Berkeley's Northside Travel faces challenges and an uncertain future amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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After 40 years of serving the Berkeley community, Berkeley's Northside Travel faces challenges and an uncertain future amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Two Berkeley affordable housing projects have been awarded nearly $42 million in state grants for transit-oriented development.
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Two Berkeley affordable housing projects have been awarded nearly $42 million in state grants for transit-oriented development.
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Discussion of equity in education dominated Wednesday’s Berkeley Unified School District board meeting, at which the board voted to discontinue the names of two Berkeley elementary schools. 
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Discussion of equity in education dominated Wednesday’s Berkeley Unified School District board meeting, at which the board voted to discontinue the names of two Berkeley elementary schools. 
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The city of Berkeley will receive at least $1 million to mitigate PCB contamination of water sources from a recent settlement with multinational agrochemical company Monsanto.
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The city of Berkeley will receive at least $1 million to mitigate PCB contamination of water sources from a recent settlement with multinational agrochemical company Monsanto.
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The Hellman Fellows Program established a permanent fund Tuesday to support junior faculty research in the UC system.
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The Hellman Fellows Program established a permanent fund Tuesday to support junior faculty research in the UC system.
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Efforts to spread the 2020 census have been disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, which could impact federal funding and government representation. 
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Efforts to spread the 2020 census have been disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, which could impact federal funding and government representation. 
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Police officers from the Berkeley Police Department and UCPD have been patrolling Black Lives Matter protests in other cities around the Bay Area.
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Police officers from the Berkeley Police Department and UCPD have been patrolling Black Lives Matter protests in other cities around the Bay Area.
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Tuesday’s Berkeley City Council meeting saw heated discussion of racial profiling and police violence, as council members voted by a slim margin to extend the city’s curfew order. 
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Tuesday’s Berkeley City Council meeting saw heated discussion of racial profiling and police violence, as council members voted by a slim margin to extend the city’s curfew order. 
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