BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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Berkeley Tenant Convention

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On Sunday, the Berkeley Tenant Convention will meet to decide on its pro-tenant slate, composed of five individuals who will run to be elected to Berkeley’s Rent Stabilization Board.
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On Sunday, the Berkeley Tenant Convention will meet to decide on its pro-tenant slate, composed of five individuals who will run to be elected to Berkeley’s Rent Stabilization Board.
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An unprecedented number of Berkeley residents and community members attended a convention Sunday, in which four candidates were chosen to run for the city Rent Stabilization Board on a pro-tenant slate this November.
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An unprecedented number of Berkeley residents and community members attended a convention Sunday, in which four candidates were chosen to run for the city Rent Stabilization Board on a pro-tenant slate this November.
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At a convention Sunday afternoon, over 100 Berkeley residents elected five candidates to run for rent board on the pro-tenant slate this November.
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At a convention Sunday afternoon, over 100 Berkeley residents elected five candidates to run for rent board on the pro-tenant slate this November.
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This Sunday, voters at the Berkeley Tenant Convention will select five candidates from a six-candidate applicant pool to a pro-tenant slate that has dominated the Rent Stabilization Board elections since the late 1990s.
This Sunday, voters at the Berkeley Tenant Convention will select five candidates from a six-candidate applicant pool to a pro-tenant slate that has dominated the Rent Stabilization Board elections since the late 1990s.
Since 1982, the Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board has existed to regulate increases in rent, mediate conflicts between landlords and tenants and develop housing legislation.
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Since 1982, the Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board has existed to regulate increases in rent, mediate conflicts between landlords and tenants and develop housing legislation.
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