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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 09, 2022

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Berkeley City Council plans to return to in-person meetings starting Dec. 6, allowing for remote participation from the public.
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Berkeley City Council plans to return to in-person meetings starting Dec. 6, allowing for remote participation from the public.
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The vote to approve the permanent appointment of Berkeley Police Department Interim Chief Jennifer Louis was postponed during a City Council meeting Tuesday amid public outcry surrounding alleged misconduct within the police department.
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The vote to approve the permanent appointment of Berkeley Police Department Interim Chief Jennifer Louis was postponed during a City Council meeting Tuesday amid public outcry surrounding alleged misconduct within the police department.
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Although the city of Berkeley has benefited from state-supported programs and local policies that aim to tackle houselessness, community members have been pushing for alternative and more substantial approaches.
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Although the city of Berkeley has benefited from state-supported programs and local policies that aim to tackle houselessness, community members have been pushing for alternative and more substantial approaches.
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The Yes on Measure L campaign has received hundreds of thousands of dollars in contributions — largely funded by building trade unions and affordable housing organizations — overshadowing its opposition and contributions to Measures M and N in funding.
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The Yes on Measure L campaign has received hundreds of thousands of dollars in contributions — largely funded by building trade unions and affordable housing organizations — overshadowing its opposition and contributions to Measures M and N in funding.
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The 2022 midterm elections are here: Berkeley residents have a chance to vote on local representatives for city council, school board and rent board, as well as city measures to create affordable housing and repair city infrastructure.
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The 2022 midterm elections are here: Berkeley residents have a chance to vote on local representatives for city council, school board and rent board, as well as city measures to create affordable housing and repair city infrastructure.
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A study published last month by UC Berkeley Public Health researchers found that access to public restrooms reduces reports of public defecation, especially in neighborhoods with people that experience houselessness.
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A study published last month by UC Berkeley Public Health researchers found that access to public restrooms reduces reports of public defecation, especially in neighborhoods with people that experience houselessness.
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For the first time, California will provide $15 million in ongoing funding to various academic recruitment and retention programs; however, concerns about how the funds will potentially be distributed have been raised.
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For the first time, California will provide $15 million in ongoing funding to various academic recruitment and retention programs; however, concerns about how the funds will potentially be distributed have been raised.
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Community members gathered on Wednesday for a ceremony to celebrate the completed renovation of an affordable housing cooperative at 1638 Stuart St. in Berkeley.
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Community members gathered on Wednesday for a ceremony to celebrate the completed renovation of an affordable housing cooperative at 1638 Stuart St. in Berkeley.
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After the launch of their new website, Berkeley City Council voted Tuesday to restore and improve accessibility to the city's website due to difficulties accessing past records and documents.
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After the launch of their new website, Berkeley City Council voted Tuesday to restore and improve accessibility to the city's website due to difficulties accessing past records and documents.
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Berkeley City Council voted to repeal a 1970 ordinance that prohibits anyone from residing in a vehicle in city limits, as well as a 2019 ordinance that prohibits overnight parking of RVs or campers in their meeting on Tuesday.
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Berkeley City Council voted to repeal a 1970 ordinance that prohibits anyone from residing in a vehicle in city limits, as well as a 2019 ordinance that prohibits overnight parking of RVs or campers in their meeting on Tuesday.
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