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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 30, 2023

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Jacob Souza

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Three education-related measures will be on the ballot Tuesday — Measures E, H and G — all of which could have a lasting effect on students, teachers and other BUSD staff. With one measure funded by a bond issue and the other two by parcel taxes, these measures could fund everything from basic maintenance to keeping educators from leaving Berkeley for better-paying districts.
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Three education-related measures will be on the ballot Tuesday — Measures E, H and G — all of which could have a lasting effect on students, teachers and other BUSD staff. With one measure funded by a bond issue and the other two by parcel taxes, these measures could fund everything from basic maintenance to keeping educators from leaving Berkeley for better-paying districts.
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At its regular meeting Tuesday, Berkeley City Council heard testimony from dozens of city residents in support of Samuli Seppälä, a wealthy artist who purchased the derelict Hillside School property to use it as his private residence.
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At its regular meeting Tuesday, Berkeley City Council heard testimony from dozens of city residents in support of Samuli Seppälä, a wealthy artist who purchased the derelict Hillside School property to use it as his private residence.
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Barbara Lee, congresswoman for California’s 13th congressional district, is running for reelection in 2020 and is the lone contender for the Democratic nomination.
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Barbara Lee, congresswoman for California’s 13th congressional district, is running for reelection in 2020 and is the lone contender for the Democratic nomination.
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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín held a press conference Feb. 20 to unveil the Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act, a city ordinance aimed at preserving affordable housing in Berkeley.
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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín held a press conference Feb. 20 to unveil the Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act, a city ordinance aimed at preserving affordable housing in Berkeley.
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Aidan Hill, vice-chair of the Berkeley Homeless Commission and known local activist, has announced they will run for mayor of Berkeley in 2020.
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Aidan Hill, vice-chair of the Berkeley Homeless Commission and known local activist, has announced they will run for mayor of Berkeley in 2020.
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Berkeley City Council is scheduled to vote on referring a plan for installing additional street lighting to areas surrounding campus to the Public Works Commission at its regular meeting Feb. 25.
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Berkeley City Council is scheduled to vote on referring a plan for installing additional street lighting to areas surrounding campus to the Public Works Commission at its regular meeting Feb. 25.
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After nearly three years, Alborz Persian Restaurant has returned to Berkeley, opening a location on Oxford Street and Allston Way. Alborz Persian Restaurant was forced to close the doors of its previous Berkeley location on Center Street in March 2017 after being evicted.
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After nearly three years, Alborz Persian Restaurant has returned to Berkeley, opening a location on Oxford Street and Allston Way. Alborz Persian Restaurant was forced to close the doors of its previous Berkeley location on Center Street in March 2017 after being evicted.
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UC Davis and Alice Waters, the owner of Berkeley restaurant Chez Panisse, announced a partnership designed to bring together health, sustainability and education to foster a healthier future and fight climate change.
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UC Davis and Alice Waters, the owner of Berkeley restaurant Chez Panisse, announced a partnership designed to bring together health, sustainability and education to foster a healthier future and fight climate change.
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The University Council-American Federation of Teachers Local 1474 staged a rally on the steps of Sproul Hall on Monday, as part of a statewide demonstration calling attention to the expiration of their contract.
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The University Council-American Federation of Teachers Local 1474 staged a rally on the steps of Sproul Hall on Monday, as part of a statewide demonstration calling attention to the expiration of their contract.
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Berkeley’s oldest medical cannabis dispensary, Berkeley Patients Group, or BPG, is moving to a new location on University Avenue. Throughout its 20-year history, BPG has faced multiple threats of asset forfeiture from the federal government that ultimately drove the dispensary from its original location.
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Berkeley’s oldest medical cannabis dispensary, Berkeley Patients Group, or BPG, is moving to a new location on University Avenue. Throughout its 20-year history, BPG has faced multiple threats of asset forfeiture from the federal government that ultimately drove the dispensary from its original location.
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