BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 02, 2022

Yuka Koshino

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Berkeley is one of numerous cities in the Bay Area and the nation struggling to resolve a dearth of affordable housing.
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Berkeley is one of numerous cities in the Bay Area and the nation struggling to resolve a dearth of affordable housing.
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Delegates from Okinawa, Japan, visited Berkeley City Council and community members Monday afternoon to call for support in their fight against the controversial relocation of a U.S. military base.
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Delegates from Okinawa, Japan, visited Berkeley City Council and community members Monday afternoon to call for support in their fight against the controversial relocation of a U.S. military base.
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A month before the expiration of dependent coverage under UC Berkeley’s Student Health Insurance Plan, some students have struggled with whether to sign up for a campus grant that would help them afford new health insurance but requires releasing their ability to make legal claims against the University of California.
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A month before the expiration of dependent coverage under UC Berkeley’s Student Health Insurance Plan, some students have struggled with whether to sign up for a campus grant that would help them afford new health insurance but requires releasing their ability to make legal claims against the University of California.
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Berkeley City Council passed an amended resolution Tuesday that will advise the Zoning Adjustments Board on determining significant community benefits from Downtown high-rises that were proposed under a development plan approved in 2012.
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Berkeley City Council passed an amended resolution Tuesday that will advise the Zoning Adjustments Board on determining significant community benefits from Downtown high-rises that were proposed under a development plan approved in 2012.
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A group of UC Berkeley researchers launched a nonprofit organization Monday to “clean up” the carbon in the atmosphere as an innovative solution to climate change.
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A group of UC Berkeley researchers launched a nonprofit organization Monday to “clean up” the carbon in the atmosphere as an innovative solution to climate change.
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Developers continued to face disapproval from community members over the planning of a Downtown mixed-use building during a Thursday meeting of the Landmarks Preservation Commission, or LPC.
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Developers continued to face disapproval from community members over the planning of a Downtown mixed-use building during a Thursday meeting of the Landmarks Preservation Commission, or LPC.
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The month after 11 Berkeley property owners began raising funds for a political action committee and legal defense fund, Mayor Tom Bates drew criticism after a video from December came to public attention showing him encouraging the move.
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The month after 11 Berkeley property owners began raising funds for a political action committee and legal defense fund, Mayor Tom Bates drew criticism after a video from December came to public attention showing him encouraging the move.
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The City of Berkeley adopted the Biennial Budget of fiscal years 2016 and 2017 during their regular city council meeting Tuesday.
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The City of Berkeley adopted the Biennial Budget of fiscal years 2016 and 2017 during their regular city council meeting Tuesday.
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A large crowd is expected at the regular Berkeley City Council meeting Tuesday night to express concerns about contested agenda items, such as the approval of four ordinances restricting the actions of homeless people on public streets.
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A large crowd is expected at the regular Berkeley City Council meeting Tuesday night to express concerns about contested agenda items, such as the approval of four ordinances restricting the actions of homeless people on public streets.
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The Berkeley City Council moved forward with determining significant community benefits for new downtown building projects, but decided to exempt the 18-story building planned for 2211 Harold Way.
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The Berkeley City Council moved forward with determining significant community benefits for new downtown building projects, but decided to exempt the 18-story building planned for 2211 Harold Way.
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