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BERKELEY'S NEWS • MARCH 30, 2023

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The city of Berkeley will enact an opt-out policy to switch all Berkeley businesses to a 100% renewable energy-sourced utility plan beginning in October.
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The city of Berkeley will enact an opt-out policy to switch all Berkeley businesses to a 100% renewable energy-sourced utility plan beginning in October.
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Shopping locally has gone digital with Berkeley Bucks, Visit Berkeley’s new e-gift-cards redeemable only at Berkeley businesses.
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Shopping locally has gone digital with Berkeley Bucks, Visit Berkeley’s new e-gift-cards redeemable only at Berkeley businesses.
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Durant food court is currently closed to the public but plans to reopen June 27 with a remodeled dining area and waste disposal system.
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Durant food court is currently closed to the public but plans to reopen June 27 with a remodeled dining area and waste disposal system.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed an executive order Friday directing state agencies and businesses to comply with economic sanctions on Russia.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed an executive order Friday directing state agencies and businesses to comply with economic sanctions on Russia.
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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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Following the retraction of California’s indoor mask mandate, businesses in Berkeley will be able to establish their own mask rules for fully vaccinated individuals starting Wednesday.
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Following the retraction of California’s indoor mask mandate, businesses in Berkeley will be able to establish their own mask rules for fully vaccinated individuals starting Wednesday.
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On Monday, Telegraph for People, a campus advocacy group for a car-free Telegraph Avenue, released its plan for Telegraph Avenue entitled “Option Five.”
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On Monday, Telegraph for People, a campus advocacy group for a car-free Telegraph Avenue, released its plan for Telegraph Avenue entitled “Option Five.”
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It has been more than a month since Berkeley implemented proof of COVID-19 vaccination requirements for indoor businesses, and local restaurants and gyms are slowly adjusting to the new normal.
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It has been more than a month since Berkeley implemented proof of COVID-19 vaccination requirements for indoor businesses, and local restaurants and gyms are slowly adjusting to the new normal.
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As California begins a return to normalcy following its June 15 reopening date, the city of Berkeley lifted a broad range of COVID-19 restrictions Tuesday following state guidelines. 
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As California begins a return to normalcy following its June 15 reopening date, the city of Berkeley lifted a broad range of COVID-19 restrictions Tuesday following state guidelines. 
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Two and a half years ago, Hafez Alsaidi’s father started the Berkeley Organic Market and Deli with the philosophy of providing the best possible products for customers. Alsaidi, now the manager of the store, strives to keep Berkeley residents healthy through sustainable measures.
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Two and a half years ago, Hafez Alsaidi’s father started the Berkeley Organic Market and Deli with the philosophy of providing the best possible products for customers. Alsaidi, now the manager of the store, strives to keep Berkeley residents healthy through sustainable measures.
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