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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 19, 2022

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Rachel Barber

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The council authorized the sale of $40 million in general obligation bonds to support affordable housing and separately referred millions of dollars to address houselessness.
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The council authorized the sale of $40 million in general obligation bonds to support affordable housing and separately referred millions of dollars to address houselessness.
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A city auditor presentation that revealed while Berkeley’s population grew by only 7% from 1970 to 2020, Berkeley Police Department spending grew by 242% in the same time.
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A city auditor presentation that revealed while Berkeley’s population grew by only 7% from 1970 to 2020, Berkeley Police Department spending grew by 242% in the same time.
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In an effort to mitigate worsening effects of California’s drought, California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed an executive order Monday banning irrigation of grass, excluding residential lawns and spaces used for recreation.
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In an effort to mitigate worsening effects of California’s drought, California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed an executive order Monday banning irrigation of grass, excluding residential lawns and spaces used for recreation.
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Berkeley City Council members agreed to build affordable housing, remove construction height limits and address exclusionary zoning.
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Berkeley City Council members agreed to build affordable housing, remove construction height limits and address exclusionary zoning.
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Berkeley City Council approved the creation of new bus lanes, bikeways and widened sidewalks in south Berkeley at its regular meeting Tuesday. 
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Berkeley City Council approved the creation of new bus lanes, bikeways and widened sidewalks in south Berkeley at its regular meeting Tuesday. 
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Berkeley City Council members sought to define the intersection of homelessness and mental illness in order to develop an action plan to address both at a work session Tuesday.
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Berkeley City Council members sought to define the intersection of homelessness and mental illness in order to develop an action plan to address both at a work session Tuesday.
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The mandate went into effect Tuesday and will apply to patrons of restaurants, gyms and any business holding indoor events of more than 500 people.
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The mandate went into effect Tuesday and will apply to patrons of restaurants, gyms and any business holding indoor events of more than 500 people.
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The Berkeley City Council determined funding allocations for fiscal year 2022 and the city’s legislative platform for next year at its regular meeting Tuesday.
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The Berkeley City Council determined funding allocations for fiscal year 2022 and the city’s legislative platform for next year at its regular meeting Tuesday.
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Berkeley City Council moved forward with the Parks, Recreation and Waterfront Department’s concepts for a recreation and ferry pier at the Berkeley Marina during the council’s meeting Tuesday.
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Berkeley City Council moved forward with the Parks, Recreation and Waterfront Department’s concepts for a recreation and ferry pier at the Berkeley Marina during the council’s meeting Tuesday.
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The city of Berkeley is allegedly losing millions of dollars each year due to basing parcel taxes on inaccurate data until voters amend the calculation process via special election or the city takes unprecedented action.
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The city of Berkeley is allegedly losing millions of dollars each year due to basing parcel taxes on inaccurate data until voters amend the calculation process via special election or the city takes unprecedented action.
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