BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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The Frances Albrier Community Center will close its shelter Sunday, leaving Berkeley without a temporary or permanent overnight shelter.
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The Frances Albrier Community Center will close its shelter Sunday, leaving Berkeley without a temporary or permanent overnight shelter.
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City officials are currently exploring possible locations for a new permanent shelter that will replace the Berkeley Emergency Storm Shelter, or BESS, after a brainstorming session last week.
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City officials are currently exploring possible locations for a new permanent shelter that will replace the Berkeley Emergency Storm Shelter, or BESS, after a brainstorming session last week.
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BESS is set to close its doors April 15 after four months of operation. The shelter is hosted by Dorothy Day House and houses 90 people per night, which is the shelter’s maximum capacity, according to David Stegman, executive director for Dorothy Day House.
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BESS is set to close its doors April 15 after four months of operation. The shelter is hosted by Dorothy Day House and houses 90 people per night, which is the shelter’s maximum capacity, according to David Stegman, executive director for Dorothy Day House.
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