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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 31, 2023

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Berkeley City Council heavily debated citywide affordable housing requirements at its weekly meeting Jan. 17. With intensive deliberations, the council approved item 21 with certain revisions proposed by staff. 
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Berkeley City Council heavily debated citywide affordable housing requirements at its weekly meeting Jan. 17. With intensive deliberations, the council approved item 21 with certain revisions proposed by staff. 
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An "unidentified suspect" allegedly attempted to pull a female victim toward him to take to his car near Hearst and Euclid Avenues at 5 p.m. Tuesday, according to a UC Berkeley WarnMe alert.
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An "unidentified suspect" allegedly attempted to pull a female victim toward him to take to his car near Hearst and Euclid Avenues at 5 p.m. Tuesday, according to a UC Berkeley WarnMe alert.
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Located at 2274 Shattuck Ave., Regal UA Berkeley is set to shut down along with 38 other theaters nationwide.
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Located at 2274 Shattuck Ave., Regal UA Berkeley is set to shut down along with 38 other theaters nationwide.
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More than 100 cyclists rode down Hopkins Street in support of bike lanes and street safety in the city of Berkeley.
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More than 100 cyclists rode down Hopkins Street in support of bike lanes and street safety in the city of Berkeley.
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In Berkeley, ditching gas stoves isn’t a hot topic or a forlorn proposal. It’s politically feasible, and it’s already here: the city has banned gas lines in new construction since 2020.
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In Berkeley, ditching gas stoves isn’t a hot topic or a forlorn proposal. It’s politically feasible, and it’s already here: the city has banned gas lines in new construction since 2020.
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UC Berkeley Law Professor and Associate Dean of J.D. Curriculum and Teaching Andrew Bradt began his role as associate reporter to the Judicial Conference Advisory Committee on Civil Rules Jan. 1.
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UC Berkeley Law Professor and Associate Dean of J.D. Curriculum and Teaching Andrew Bradt began his role as associate reporter to the Judicial Conference Advisory Committee on Civil Rules Jan. 1.
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Berkeley City Council voted unanimously to pass the 2023-2031 Housing Element in an explosive special meeting Wednesday, virtually attended by over 150 Berkeley residents.
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Berkeley City Council voted unanimously to pass the 2023-2031 Housing Element in an explosive special meeting Wednesday, virtually attended by over 150 Berkeley residents.
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As storms continued in Berkeley the past weeks, disproportionately affecting the unhoused community, volunteers played a significant role in emergency shelters. 
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As storms continued in Berkeley the past weeks, disproportionately affecting the unhoused community, volunteers played a significant role in emergency shelters. 
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The city of Berkeley’s Agenda and Rules Committee discussed a project organized by former Youth Commission Chair Samuel Kaplan-Pettus and Councilmember Kate Harrison to appoint two youth members to the city’s Environment and Climate Commission, or ECC, on Tuesday. 
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The city of Berkeley’s Agenda and Rules Committee discussed a project organized by former Youth Commission Chair Samuel Kaplan-Pettus and Councilmember Kate Harrison to appoint two youth members to the city’s Environment and Climate Commission, or ECC, on Tuesday. 
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Protesters gathered outside Berkeley’s old city hall building on Sunday to urge the city to open more emergency warming shelters for unhoused residents as intense winter rains and an atmospheric river continue to sweep the city.
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Protesters gathered outside Berkeley’s old city hall building on Sunday to urge the city to open more emergency warming shelters for unhoused residents as intense winter rains and an atmospheric river continue to sweep the city.
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