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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Amidst protest from a crowd packed into the Longfellow Middle School auditorium, Berkeley City Council voted Wednesday morning to continue participating in the controversial Urban Shield police training program.
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Amidst protest from a crowd packed into the Longfellow Middle School auditorium, Berkeley City Council voted Wednesday morning to continue participating in the controversial Urban Shield police training program.
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On Tuesday evening, the Berkeley City Council unanimously passed a funding prioritization for the BRIDGE Housing Corporation’s proposed Berkeley Way project.
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On Tuesday evening, the Berkeley City Council unanimously passed a funding prioritization for the BRIDGE Housing Corporation’s proposed Berkeley Way project.
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The Berkeley City Council unanimously passed a plan to divest from Wells Fargo at their regular meeting Tuesday night.
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The Berkeley City Council unanimously passed a plan to divest from Wells Fargo at their regular meeting Tuesday night.
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At its regular meeting Tuesday, Berkeley City Council postponed its vote on the city’s continued participation in the contentious Urban Shield program.
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At its regular meeting Tuesday, Berkeley City Council postponed its vote on the city’s continued participation in the contentious Urban Shield program.
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Berkeley City Council approved the 2017 Berkeley Bicycle Plan and a proposed development at 2902 Adeline St. at its Tuesday regular meeting.
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Berkeley City Council approved the 2017 Berkeley Bicycle Plan and a proposed development at 2902 Adeline St. at its Tuesday regular meeting.
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Berkeley City Council passed the city staff recommendation on the funding allocation for community agencies in the upcoming financial year, among other items at its Tuesday meeting.
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Berkeley City Council passed the city staff recommendation on the funding allocation for community agencies in the upcoming financial year, among other items at its Tuesday meeting.
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The California State Contractors License Board, or CSLB, reached a settlement Friday that revoked the license of Segue Construction Inc., the general contractor responsible for building a Berkeley apartment complex where six people fell to their deaths and seven were seriously injured after a balcony collapse in June 2015.
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The California State Contractors License Board, or CSLB, reached a settlement Friday that revoked the license of Segue Construction Inc., the general contractor responsible for building a Berkeley apartment complex where six people fell to their deaths and seven were seriously injured after a balcony collapse in June 2015.
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Mayor Jesse Arreguín held a forum on “Progressive Mayorship” at the Free Speech Movement Café on Monday night, covering topics including freedom of speech, violent protests and the role of Berkeley as a progressive city under the Trump administration.
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Mayor Jesse Arreguín held a forum on “Progressive Mayorship” at the Free Speech Movement Café on Monday night, covering topics including freedom of speech, violent protests and the role of Berkeley as a progressive city under the Trump administration.
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Berkeley City Council convened Tuesday for a special meeting and heard two presentations: a projects update from the Parks, Recreation and Waterfront department and an outline of city options to address unfunded liabilities tied to employee benefits.
Berkeley City Council convened Tuesday for a special meeting and heard two presentations: a projects update from the Parks, Recreation and Waterfront department and an outline of city options to address unfunded liabilities tied to employee benefits.
Berkeley City Council convened Tuesday night to discuss a collection of police-related mutual aid agreements and the 2016 city crime report.
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Berkeley City Council convened Tuesday night to discuss a collection of police-related mutual aid agreements and the 2016 city crime report.
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