Berkeley City Council allegedly violates state ADU law

Photo of a house with an ADU
Kyle Garcia Takata /Staff
Berkeley City Council’s passage of an ordinance that limits the development of accessory dwelling units in Berkeley Hills allegedly violates state law.

Berkeley City Council’s passage of an ordinance that limits the development of accessory dwelling units, or ADUs, and junior accessory dwelling units, or JADUs, in the Berkeley Hills, may allegedly be in violation of state law.
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Judge moves to forward 1310 Haskell St. development

An Alameda County judge approved a motion Friday that could greenlight a small-scale Berkeley housing development. The project, led by community developer Christian Szilagy, would demolish an uninhabited house at 1310 Haskell St. and erect three residential dwellings in its place.
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