BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 27, 2022

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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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In efforts to ensure safer pedestrian traffic, Berkeley City Council approved multiple pedestrian improvements near Downtown Berkeley and the UC Berkeley campus. 
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In efforts to ensure safer pedestrian traffic, Berkeley City Council approved multiple pedestrian improvements near Downtown Berkeley and the UC Berkeley campus. 
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On Tuesday, Alameda County extended Project Roomkey leases through the end of January 2021 for four hotels currently providing housing to members of the homeless community. 
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On Tuesday, Alameda County extended Project Roomkey leases through the end of January 2021 for four hotels currently providing housing to members of the homeless community. 
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As COVID-19 cases continue to rise, so does the number of people with food insecurity, a reality Berkeley food organizations have been working to combat during the holiday season.
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As COVID-19 cases continue to rise, so does the number of people with food insecurity, a reality Berkeley food organizations have been working to combat during the holiday season.
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The Berkeley Way Project, the largest affordable and homeless housing development project in the city of Berkeley’s history, broke ground ceremoniously Tuesday morning.
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The Berkeley Way Project, the largest affordable and homeless housing development project in the city of Berkeley’s history, broke ground ceremoniously Tuesday morning.
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UC Berkeley School of Law first-year Kevin Frazier has launched a fundraiser, promising to shave his head to raise $10,000 for small businesses and nonprofits.
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UC Berkeley School of Law first-year Kevin Frazier has launched a fundraiser, promising to shave his head to raise $10,000 for small businesses and nonprofits.
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Alameda County has started offering emergency isolation housing for homeless individuals who have tested positive for or are at high risk of contracting COVID-19.
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Alameda County has started offering emergency isolation housing for homeless individuals who have tested positive for or are at high risk of contracting COVID-19.
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In October, the State Treasurer’s Office allocated a bond authority and $88.2 million in federal tax credits to help the production of affordable housing.
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In October, the State Treasurer’s Office allocated a bond authority and $88.2 million in federal tax credits to help the production of affordable housing.
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Berkeley will vote to ratify keeping the Berkeley Emergency Storm Shelter open an additional six weeks, after it was planned to close Sunday.
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Berkeley will vote to ratify keeping the Berkeley Emergency Storm Shelter open an additional six weeks, after it was planned to close Sunday.
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