BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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As a result of a false report, Berkeley Drop-In Center director Jorge Colon was detained at gunpoint by Berkeley police in early February.
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As a result of a false report, Berkeley Drop-In Center director Jorge Colon was detained at gunpoint by Berkeley police in early February.
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In addition to the increased difficulty of accessing shelter, unhoused individuals and families have been impacted by issues such as an incomplete census due to a delay in Berkeley’s point-in-time count, exclusion from certain programs and a scarcity of basic necessities and resources.
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In addition to the increased difficulty of accessing shelter, unhoused individuals and families have been impacted by issues such as an incomplete census due to a delay in Berkeley’s point-in-time count, exclusion from certain programs and a scarcity of basic necessities and resources.
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Access to legal, occupational and support resources for Berkeley’s homeless community has become more scarce since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Access to legal, occupational and support resources for Berkeley’s homeless community has become more scarce since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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As another wildfire season looms over the Bay Area, the local homeless population remains uncertain of what services will be offered to them.
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As another wildfire season looms over the Bay Area, the local homeless population remains uncertain of what services will be offered to them.
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The finalized 2017 city budget allocated by Berkeley City Council on Tuesday partially defunded several nonprofits in the city, leaving many organizations feeling shortchanged.
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The finalized 2017 city budget allocated by Berkeley City Council on Tuesday partially defunded several nonprofits in the city, leaving many organizations feeling shortchanged.
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Two candidates filed their intents to run for the Berkeley City Rent Stabilization Board May 4 and 5, respectively.
Two candidates filed their intents to run for the Berkeley City Rent Stabilization Board May 4 and 5, respectively.
On Tuesday, Berkeley City Council moved to return a permit to the city’s Zoning Adjustments Board, temporarily halting contentious plans to demolish an 18-unit rent-controlled building on Durant Avenue.
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On Tuesday, Berkeley City Council moved to return a permit to the city’s Zoning Adjustments Board, temporarily halting contentious plans to demolish an 18-unit rent-controlled building on Durant Avenue.
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The City Council restored funds to a number of South Berkeley nonprofits and homeless services Tuesday after proposed cuts drew criticism from many members of the public at this council meeting and the one prior.
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The City Council restored funds to a number of South Berkeley nonprofits and homeless services Tuesday after proposed cuts drew criticism from many members of the public at this council meeting and the one prior.
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South Berkeley residents are mobilizing around a city project to revitalize their neighborhood, which some worry could spell displacement and proliferate patterns of gentrification seen across the Bay Area.
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South Berkeley residents are mobilizing around a city project to revitalize their neighborhood, which some worry could spell displacement and proliferate patterns of gentrification seen across the Bay Area.
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