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BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 20, 2023

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Alexander Wohl

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The UC Board of Regents Committee on Investments reviewed the current performance of the UC system’s investment portfolios at its open meeting Tuesday.
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The UC Board of Regents Committee on Investments reviewed the current performance of the UC system’s investment portfolios at its open meeting Tuesday.
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Members of the Berkeley community gathered in remembrance of the forced detainment of Americans of Japanese descent in internment camps during WWII.
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Members of the Berkeley community gathered in remembrance of the forced detainment of Americans of Japanese descent in internment camps during WWII.
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The Berkeley City Council heard updates on climate goals in a regular meeting Tuesday bracketed by a large showing from city labor unions alleging the city had not honored labor contracts.
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The Berkeley City Council heard updates on climate goals in a regular meeting Tuesday bracketed by a large showing from city labor unions alleging the city had not honored labor contracts.
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The Berkeley Homeless Services Panel of Experts voted Wednesday to support an earlier recommendation for the City of Berkeley to establish a 24/7 crisis stabilization program.
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The Berkeley Homeless Services Panel of Experts voted Wednesday to support an earlier recommendation for the City of Berkeley to establish a 24/7 crisis stabilization program.
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Berkeley City Council passed ordinances Tuesday that limit ADU and JADU development in the very high fire hazard zone of the Berkeley Hills.
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Berkeley City Council passed ordinances Tuesday that limit ADU and JADU development in the very high fire hazard zone of the Berkeley Hills.
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Dean Chemerinsky and professor Meyler will decide whether the Romeo and Juliet friar is guilty of criminal charges at the Freight and Salvage in Berkeley.
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Dean Chemerinsky and professor Meyler will decide whether the Romeo and Juliet friar is guilty of criminal charges at the Freight and Salvage in Berkeley.
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The Berkeley City Council voted to advance several affordable and supportive housing initiatives at a special meeting Dec. 14.
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The Berkeley City Council voted to advance several affordable and supportive housing initiatives at a special meeting Dec. 14.
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The Berkeley City Council discussed updates to the Berkeley Housing Element Update at a special meeting of the council Dec. 9.
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The Berkeley City Council discussed updates to the Berkeley Housing Element Update at a special meeting of the council Dec. 9.
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With December around the corner, unhoused individuals in Berkeley face choices about how to best reduce their exposure to both weather elements and disease.
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With December around the corner, unhoused individuals in Berkeley face choices about how to best reduce their exposure to both weather elements and disease.
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As the world enters the second winter of the COVID-19 pandemic, the city of Berkeley’s homeless shelters remain at reduced capacity and continue to have pandemic precautions in place, with more people in need of shelter than there are beds available.
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As the world enters the second winter of the COVID-19 pandemic, the city of Berkeley’s homeless shelters remain at reduced capacity and continue to have pandemic precautions in place, with more people in need of shelter than there are beds available.
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