BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 28, 2022

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Berkeley City Councilmember Gordon Wozniak

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Due to a projected $4 million increase in the city’s pension costs between 2016 and 2017, as well as unfunded infrastructure and services, the report said, Berkeley will have to cut spending across the board. The report, presented by the City Auditor, reevaluated a 2010 audit on the fiscal effects of changes to employee benefits.
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Due to a projected $4 million increase in the city’s pension costs between 2016 and 2017, as well as unfunded infrastructure and services, the report said, Berkeley will have to cut spending across the board. The report, presented by the City Auditor, reevaluated a 2010 audit on the fiscal effects of changes to employee benefits.
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In an attempt to protect the economic vitality of small businesses, the Berkeley City Council unanimously approved an ordinance Tuesday which would require a gap of 1000 feet between large pharmacies.
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In an attempt to protect the economic vitality of small businesses, the Berkeley City Council unanimously approved an ordinance Tuesday which would require a gap of 1000 feet between large pharmacies.
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We are not opposed to the creation of what is, after all, a voluntary registry. But the language describing such an undertaking is vague thus far. It must be determined whether those registered would be asked to waive their rights of self-incrimination or whether police would be able to bypass the need for a warrant or subpoena in order to obtain footage from registered devices. Live feed should not be supplied to law enforcement, as there can be no expectation of privacy or control of the footage in that circumstance.
We are not opposed to the creation of what is, after all, a voluntary registry. But the language describing such an undertaking is vague thus far. It must be determined whether those registered would be asked to waive their rights of self-incrimination or whether police would be able to bypass the need for a warrant or subpoena in order to obtain footage from registered devices. Live feed should not be supplied to law enforcement, as there can be no expectation of privacy or control of the footage in that circumstance.
Although the unemployment rate for Alameda County dropped to seven percent in the months of September and October, some city officials question the extent of Berkeley’s recovery from the 2008 economic recession.
Although the unemployment rate for Alameda County dropped to seven percent in the months of September and October, some city officials question the extent of Berkeley’s recovery from the 2008 economic recession.
Nearly a year after Cal Athletics first announced its 2020 zero-waste initiative last fall, the campus is moving forward on its plans to make the new Memorial Stadium a zero-waste facility.
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Nearly a year after Cal Athletics first announced its 2020 zero-waste initiative last fall, the campus is moving forward on its plans to make the new Memorial Stadium a zero-waste facility.
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