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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 26, 2022

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Brandon Yung

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The city of Berkeley is formally committing to work with BART to prepare the North Berkeley and Ashby BART stations for housing development, a topic that has moved to the forefront of housing discourse in the city.
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The city of Berkeley is formally committing to work with BART to prepare the North Berkeley and Ashby BART stations for housing development, a topic that has moved to the forefront of housing discourse in the city.
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The city of Berkeley may soon forgo requiring parking spaces in new residential construction, pivoting residents away from driving in favor of more sustainable forms of transit.
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The city of Berkeley may soon forgo requiring parking spaces in new residential construction, pivoting residents away from driving in favor of more sustainable forms of transit.
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Berkeley City Council is moving forward with a midyear budget process that will decide the fate of millions of dollars in leftover revenues.
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Berkeley City Council is moving forward with a midyear budget process that will decide the fate of millions of dollars in leftover revenues.
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Moves to address homelessness and a vote to decriminalize cyclists running stop signs moved through approval at Tuesday’s Berkeley City Council meeting.
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Moves to address homelessness and a vote to decriminalize cyclists running stop signs moved through approval at Tuesday’s Berkeley City Council meeting.
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With Berkeley’s waste collection facility in a state of disrepair, the city is moving toward a long-awaited, state-of-the-art facility.
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With Berkeley’s waste collection facility in a state of disrepair, the city is moving toward a long-awaited, state-of-the-art facility.
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Councilmember Rigel Robinson arrived at Tuesday’s meeting, which saw transportation items passed, wearing a shirt emblazoned with “Street Parking is Theft.”
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Councilmember Rigel Robinson arrived at Tuesday’s meeting, which saw transportation items passed, wearing a shirt emblazoned with “Street Parking is Theft.”
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While the move was largely seen as preventing surveillance overreaches, internal city communications reveal that the city acquired facial recognition technology.
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While the move was largely seen as preventing surveillance overreaches, internal city communications reveal that the city acquired facial recognition technology.
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The Berkeley City Council banned facial recognition technology from use by any city agencies, making Berkeley the fourth city in the U.S. to do so.
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The Berkeley City Council banned facial recognition technology from use by any city agencies, making Berkeley the fourth city in the U.S. to do so.
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Pending a vote at its Oct. 15 regular meeting, the Berkeley City Council will implement a preliminary batch of 15 smart kiosks on city sidewalks. 
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Pending a vote at its Oct. 15 regular meeting, the Berkeley City Council will implement a preliminary batch of 15 smart kiosks on city sidewalks. 
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Berkeley City Council faces a critical crossroads in deciding the future of youth homeless shelters in the city: either lose homeless shelter beds already in short supply or add more adjacent to resistant neighbors. 
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Berkeley City Council faces a critical crossroads in deciding the future of youth homeless shelters in the city: either lose homeless shelter beds already in short supply or add more adjacent to resistant neighbors. 
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