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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Two teams seeking the development opportunity at the North Berkeley BART station presented their credentials for public evaluation.
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Two teams seeking the development opportunity at the North Berkeley BART station presented their credentials for public evaluation.
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Berkeley residents could vote on three city measures during the midterm elections. Measures M and N are looking to pass, while Bond Measure L has seemingly failed to garner enough votes. 
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Berkeley residents could vote on three city measures during the midterm elections. Measures M and N are looking to pass, while Bond Measure L has seemingly failed to garner enough votes. 
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Berkeley residents will vote on Measure N this November, which asks voters to approve the development, construction or acquisition of up to 3000 units of low-income housing.
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Berkeley residents will vote on Measure N this November, which asks voters to approve the development, construction or acquisition of up to 3000 units of low-income housing.
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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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Judy Hunt, a former Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board commissioner, called for Commissioner Leah Simon-Weisberg to step down amid talks regarding the repeal of the Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act at a board meeting Monday.
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Judy Hunt, a former Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board commissioner, called for Commissioner Leah Simon-Weisberg to step down amid talks regarding the repeal of the Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act at a board meeting Monday.
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A team of UC Berkeley students won first place in this year’s Low-Income Housing Challenge — a contest hosted by Bank of America Merrill Lynch— for its affordable housing complex proposal that could potentially be built in Oakland.
A team of UC Berkeley students won first place in this year’s Low-Income Housing Challenge — a contest hosted by Bank of America Merrill Lynch— for its affordable housing complex proposal that could potentially be built in Oakland.