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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 21, 2023

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The ASUC External Affairs Vice President's office hosted a virtual town hall with a Berkeley city commissioner Tuesday evening to discuss COVID-19, housing and rent.
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The ASUC External Affairs Vice President's office hosted a virtual town hall with a Berkeley city commissioner Tuesday evening to discuss COVID-19, housing and rent.
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The city of Berkeley’s Zoning Adjustments Board, or ZAB, approved the conversion of a vacant elementary school property and historic landmark into a residential home with additional units and amenities at Thursday’s meeting.
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The city of Berkeley’s Zoning Adjustments Board, or ZAB, approved the conversion of a vacant elementary school property and historic landmark into a residential home with additional units and amenities at Thursday’s meeting.
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On Monday, Tesla opened a 46,000-square-foot service center in northwest Berkeley, just 18 months after submitting an application to the Berkeley Zoning Adjustments Board, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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On Monday, Tesla opened a 46,000-square-foot service center in northwest Berkeley, just 18 months after submitting an application to the Berkeley Zoning Adjustments Board, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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The planned complex, which will be named The Standard, will replace the Fred Turner Building and the Bancroft Center, the latter of which will be completely demolished.
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The planned complex, which will be named The Standard, will replace the Fred Turner Building and the Bancroft Center, the latter of which will be completely demolished.
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As members of the Ohlone tribe broke out into traditional song at the start of Tuesday’s City Council meeting, council members prepared for discussions regarding development on the West Berkeley Shellmound, BART’s “100 percent” affordable housing plan and a possible independent police auditor.
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As members of the Ohlone tribe broke out into traditional song at the start of Tuesday’s City Council meeting, council members prepared for discussions regarding development on the West Berkeley Shellmound, BART’s “100 percent” affordable housing plan and a possible independent police auditor.
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Local government policies and regulations may have had a greater hand in the California housing crisis than California environmental law, according to a new Berkeley Law study.
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Local government policies and regulations may have had a greater hand in the California housing crisis than California environmental law, according to a new Berkeley Law study.
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Local indigenous leaders held a press conference Friday to provide updates on their continued efforts to prevent development at the West Berkeley Shellmound site at 1900 4th St., which they consider to be a sacred burial site of the Ohlone Indians.
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Local indigenous leaders held a press conference Friday to provide updates on their continued efforts to prevent development at the West Berkeley Shellmound site at 1900 4th St., which they consider to be a sacred burial site of the Ohlone Indians.
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The 2902 Adeline Street Neighbors, an unincorporated nonprofit neighborhood association to protect low-income housing, is suing the city of Berkeley over a mixed-use construction project at its namesake address.
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The 2902 Adeline Street Neighbors, an unincorporated nonprofit neighborhood association to protect low-income housing, is suing the city of Berkeley over a mixed-use construction project at its namesake address.
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Berkeley’s Zoning Adjustments Board approved the construction of a new six-story, mixed-use building on 2527 San Pablo Ave. at its Thursday regular meeting.
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Berkeley’s Zoning Adjustments Board approved the construction of a new six-story, mixed-use building on 2527 San Pablo Ave. at its Thursday regular meeting.
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The five-floor project — to be called The Blake — will be located at 2035 Blake Street and will include 67 bike-parking spaces, electronic voltage-ready parking stalls and rooftop solar panels.
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The five-floor project — to be called The Blake — will be located at 2035 Blake Street and will include 67 bike-parking spaces, electronic voltage-ready parking stalls and rooftop solar panels.
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