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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 05, 2023

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The eight rent-controlled units that once encompassed 1921 Walnut St. are now little more than a barren construction site.
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The eight rent-controlled units that once encompassed 1921 Walnut St. are now little more than a barren construction site.
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Make UC a Good Neighbor, People’s Park Historic District Advocacy Group and People’s Park Council filed a petition against UC Berkeley and the City of Berkeley, alleging that both parties failed to hold a public comment session for negotiations about city development plans.
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Make UC a Good Neighbor, People’s Park Historic District Advocacy Group and People’s Park Council filed a petition against UC Berkeley and the City of Berkeley, alleging that both parties failed to hold a public comment session for negotiations about city development plans.
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ASUC senators raised concerns over UC Berkeley’s rising expenses in the face of stagnant revenue at their weekly meeting Wednesday.
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ASUC senators raised concerns over UC Berkeley’s rising expenses in the face of stagnant revenue at their weekly meeting Wednesday.
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After extensive community efforts to save eight rent controlled units at 1921 Walnut Street, the last of the tenants have agreed to move out, paving the way for its impending demolition and UC Berkeley's construction of new student housing. 
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After extensive community efforts to save eight rent controlled units at 1921 Walnut Street, the last of the tenants have agreed to move out, paving the way for its impending demolition and UC Berkeley's construction of new student housing. 
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Berkeley citizens feel besieged by the overreach of UC Berkeley, and our outrage is compounded by the arrogance and indifference of its administration.
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Berkeley citizens feel besieged by the overreach of UC Berkeley, and our outrage is compounded by the arrogance and indifference of its administration.
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The UC Board of Regents approved UC Berkeley’s Long Range Development Plan, or LRDP, and analyzed diversity in UC innovation and entrepreneurship Wednesday.
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The UC Board of Regents approved UC Berkeley’s Long Range Development Plan, or LRDP, and analyzed diversity in UC innovation and entrepreneurship Wednesday.
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The UC Board of Regents approved UC Berkeley’s Long Range Development Plan, or LRDP, on Wednesday, more than a week after Berkeley City Council approved a $82.6 million tentative agreement with campus regarding pending litigation and housing projects.
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The UC Board of Regents approved UC Berkeley’s Long Range Development Plan, or LRDP, on Wednesday, more than a week after Berkeley City Council approved a $82.6 million tentative agreement with campus regarding pending litigation and housing projects.
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We ask the UC Board of Regents to examine the tactics of UC Berkeley and oppose any and all plans to demolish 1921 Walnut St. or evict the tenants.
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We ask the UC Board of Regents to examine the tactics of UC Berkeley and oppose any and all plans to demolish 1921 Walnut St. or evict the tenants.
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The Save 1921 Walnut St. group issued a press release and filed a lawsuit against the UC Regents in response to campus’s plans to allegedly evict current tenants to establish Anchor House, as discussed in the Regents board meeting May 12.
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The Save 1921 Walnut St. group issued a press release and filed a lawsuit against the UC Regents in response to campus’s plans to allegedly evict current tenants to establish Anchor House, as discussed in the Regents board meeting May 12.
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The city of Berkeley and its community members have denounced campus’s 2021 Long Range Development Plan, or LRDP, and its environmental report for its lack of consideration of impacts on the city.
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The city of Berkeley and its community members have denounced campus’s 2021 Long Range Development Plan, or LRDP, and its environmental report for its lack of consideration of impacts on the city.
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