Berkeley City Council should revisit agreement with UC Board of Regents over Long Range Development Plan

CITY AFFAIRS: By holding a closed session, the city of Berkeley may have violated the Brown Act.

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City Council should revisit the Long Range Development Plan — including allocation plans for the UC’s $82.6 million payment — in an open session. Berkeley residents must, at the very least, be in the room where that decision happens.
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Former ASUC student leaders: Where are they now?

Some former ASUC members have become politicians, including state Sen. Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, who served as the academic affairs vice president and a leader in the anti-apartheid movement on campus during her time as a UC Berkeley student.
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