BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 29, 2022

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Measure S passed early Wednesday morning with 64.16 percent of votes in favor, reinforcing the boundaries of a majority student-aged district that spans much of the Southside area.
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Measure S passed early Wednesday morning with 64.16 percent of votes in favor, reinforcing the boundaries of a majority student-aged district that spans much of the Southside area.
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As Berkeley voters head to the polls Tuesday to vote on a measure that dictates the boundaries of the city’s student-majority district, opponents of the measure are openly criticizing the city for what they consider exceedingly high amounts of money spent on a lawsuit over the proposed lines.
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As Berkeley voters head to the polls Tuesday to vote on a measure that dictates the boundaries of the city’s student-majority district, opponents of the measure are openly criticizing the city for what they consider exceedingly high amounts of money spent on a lawsuit over the proposed lines.
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A judge ruled Wednesday that a set of highly contested new district lines will be temporarily used in Berkeley’s November election, pending a decision from voters on whether to implement them permanently.
A judge ruled Wednesday that a set of highly contested new district lines will be temporarily used in Berkeley’s November election, pending a decision from voters on whether to implement them permanently.
A judge will decide Wednesday which district lines to use in the Berkeley city election this November, following nearly half a year of controversy that ensued after the suspension of a new map passed by the city council in December.
A judge will decide Wednesday which district lines to use in the Berkeley city election this November, following nearly half a year of controversy that ensued after the suspension of a new map passed by the city council in December.
Berkeley City Council decided at its Tuesday meeting to postpone further discussion on redistricting to March 11, declining to make a verdict yet on the fate of the city’s long-sought-after student district.
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Berkeley City Council decided at its Tuesday meeting to postpone further discussion on redistricting to March 11, declining to make a verdict yet on the fate of the city’s long-sought-after student district.
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The Berkeley City Council will revisit the controversial redistricting issue at its meeting Tuesday evening in the wake of a successful referendum that overturned the student-majority district approved in December.
The Berkeley City Council will revisit the controversial redistricting issue at its meeting Tuesday evening in the wake of a successful referendum that overturned the student-majority district approved in December.
As the Berkeley City Council awaits the final verdict on a referendum that seeks to overturn the recently passed student district, Mayor Tom Bates has suggested an option that could take city redistricting to the state courts.
As the Berkeley City Council awaits the final verdict on a referendum that seeks to overturn the recently passed student district, Mayor Tom Bates has suggested an option that could take city redistricting to the state courts.
The referendum campaign aiming to overturn the new district lines passed by Berkeley City Council last month announced its success Tuesday, introducing a possible complication in the effort to create a student supermajority district.
The referendum campaign aiming to overturn the new district lines passed by Berkeley City Council last month announced its success Tuesday, introducing a possible complication in the effort to create a student supermajority district.
About two dozen referendum supporters crowded into a Berkeley cafe for a rally Saturday morning — the halfway point in an ongoing campaign to overturn new district lines Berkeley City Council passed in December.
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About two dozen referendum supporters crowded into a Berkeley cafe for a rally Saturday morning — the halfway point in an ongoing campaign to overturn new district lines Berkeley City Council passed in December.
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