US senators propose bill to provide federal support for green spaces

photo of Ohlone Park playground
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After a report found that neighborhoods of color have less park space per capita than predominately white neighborhoods, U.S. senators proposed a bill to fund park upgrades, buildings and jobs.

As one walks through the steep winding paths of John Hinkel Park, it’s easy to forget about the hustle and bustle of Berkeley. Its oak-studded creeks and full canopy of trees are fantastic places to play hide and seek and experience the wonder of nature.
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Here’s how you should vote in the state and county elections

STATE ISSUES: There are several critical seats up for election this November. Here's our take.

This November, Berkeley voters have the opportunity to bring their city new representation at the state level. There are several critical seats up for election, including governor, secretary of state and state Assembly member in the 15th District — and Californians must to do their civic duty by showing up to the polls.
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