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BERKELEY'S NEWS • MARCH 30, 2023

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Severe storms in Berkeley have led to power outages and damage to trees and buildings around the city. 
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Severe storms in Berkeley have led to power outages and damage to trees and buildings around the city. 
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ASUC Senators proposed new ballot referendums and resolutions during the weekly Senate meeting Wednesday.
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ASUC Senators proposed new ballot referendums and resolutions during the weekly Senate meeting Wednesday.
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For over a decade, the East Bay Bike Party has hosted monthly celebrations of community and human power for bike enthusiasts of all ages and experience levels in the East Bay.
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For over a decade, the East Bay Bike Party has hosted monthly celebrations of community and human power for bike enthusiasts of all ages and experience levels in the East Bay.
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Bay Area Rapid Transit, or BART, inspector general Harriet Richardson resigned March 3 after the BART board of directors, BART general manager and employee union SEIU local 1021 allegedly obstructed her ability to carry out her duty conducting independent oversight. 
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Bay Area Rapid Transit, or BART, inspector general Harriet Richardson resigned March 3 after the BART board of directors, BART general manager and employee union SEIU local 1021 allegedly obstructed her ability to carry out her duty conducting independent oversight. 
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The Metropolitan Transportation Commission released the draft for its 2023 Public Participation Plan and is inviting the public to share feedback during a comment period of several weeks.
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The Metropolitan Transportation Commission released the draft for its 2023 Public Participation Plan and is inviting the public to share feedback during a comment period of several weeks.
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Bay Area Rapid Transit, or BART, announced it is “more than doubling” its police presence on trains in order to address rider safety concerns beginning March 20, according to a press release from BART on Friday. 
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Bay Area Rapid Transit, or BART, announced it is “more than doubling” its police presence on trains in order to address rider safety concerns beginning March 20, according to a press release from BART on Friday. 
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HBF, a public health grassroots organization dedicated to building a thriving Black community in Berkeley, focuses on housing, health and birth equity and the promotion of healthy foods and beverages. 
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HBF, a public health grassroots organization dedicated to building a thriving Black community in Berkeley, focuses on housing, health and birth equity and the promotion of healthy foods and beverages. 
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UC Berkeley transportation demand management administrator David Sorrell and BART principal planner Ryan Reeves gave a presentation on the development and implementation of the Clipper BayPass program Friday. 
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UC Berkeley transportation demand management administrator David Sorrell and BART principal planner Ryan Reeves gave a presentation on the development and implementation of the Clipper BayPass program Friday. 
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The state of California granted $375 million to the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority, or VTA, on Jan. 31 to extend the Berryessa BART line to Downtown San Jose and Santa Clara.
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The state of California granted $375 million to the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority, or VTA, on Jan. 31 to extend the Berryessa BART line to Downtown San Jose and Santa Clara.
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On Wednesday, the California Supreme Court issued a ruling ending a nearly five-year legal battle for over $545 million in Bay Area bridge tolls. 
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On Wednesday, the California Supreme Court issued a ruling ending a nearly five-year legal battle for over $545 million in Bay Area bridge tolls. 
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