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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

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Devaki Dikshit

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Between security deposits, potential evictions and rent increases, moving into a new unit can be stressful, and necessitates navigating national, state, and municipal laws around tenant rights. This guide, with information specific to Berkeley, can help with that — here are some things to look out for.
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Between security deposits, potential evictions and rent increases, moving into a new unit can be stressful, and necessitates navigating national, state, and municipal laws around tenant rights. This guide, with information specific to Berkeley, can help with that — here are some things to look out for.
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The Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board held a meeting with several presentations, including one honoring Moms 4 Housing activist Dominique Walker with a city proclamation and another naming Feb. 20 as “Moms 4 Housing Day.”
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The Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board held a meeting with several presentations, including one honoring Moms 4 Housing activist Dominique Walker with a city proclamation and another naming Feb. 20 as “Moms 4 Housing Day.”
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A study conducted by researchers at UC Berkeley and other institutions found that pathogens increase in severity when they pass through a bat’s immune system, leading to the spread of virulent pathogens, including coronavirus.
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A study conducted by researchers at UC Berkeley and other institutions found that pathogens increase in severity when they pass through a bat’s immune system, leading to the spread of virulent pathogens, including coronavirus.
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A study conducted by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, or Berkeley Lab, found the cost of saving electricity in publicly owned utilities, or POUs, is lower than in those that are privately owned.
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A study conducted by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, or Berkeley Lab, found the cost of saving electricity in publicly owned utilities, or POUs, is lower than in those that are privately owned.
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El Burro Picante — a Mexican restaurant located on University Avenue — opened a pop-up shop called El Pollo Picante on Friday.
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El Burro Picante — a Mexican restaurant located on University Avenue — opened a pop-up shop called El Pollo Picante on Friday.
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Freshroll, a build-your-own restaurant serving "Asian-inspired" bowls, sandwiches and wraps, opened on Telegraph Avenue on Jan. 13.
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Freshroll, a build-your-own restaurant serving "Asian-inspired" bowls, sandwiches and wraps, opened on Telegraph Avenue on Jan. 13.
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Berkeley City Council voted to establish an outdoor emergency shelter in response to the declaration of a shelter emergency in the city of Berkeley, the potential deaths of several unhoused people and hygiene concerns for the community.
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Berkeley City Council voted to establish an outdoor emergency shelter in response to the declaration of a shelter emergency in the city of Berkeley, the potential deaths of several unhoused people and hygiene concerns for the community.
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After its soft opening Saturday, Boileroom — a restaurant offering both Taiwanese hot pot and rolled ice cream — will formally open Jan. 25.
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After its soft opening Saturday, Boileroom — a restaurant offering both Taiwanese hot pot and rolled ice cream — will formally open Jan. 25.
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The Berkeley Facilities, Infrastructure, Transportation, Environment and Sustainability Policy Committee focused on addressing climate change at its Thursday meeting, discussing the possibility of establishing a climate department, accommodating more electric ride-share vehicles in the city and banning the sale of gas and diesel vehicles by 2025.
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The Berkeley Facilities, Infrastructure, Transportation, Environment and Sustainability Policy Committee focused on addressing climate change at its Thursday meeting, discussing the possibility of establishing a climate department, accommodating more electric ride-share vehicles in the city and banning the sale of gas and diesel vehicles by 2025.
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Berkeley Home Match is looking to house at least 100 graduate students and postdoctoral scholars in need of housing with UC Berkeley retirees.
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Berkeley Home Match is looking to house at least 100 graduate students and postdoctoral scholars in need of housing with UC Berkeley retirees.
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