BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

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The League of Women Voters of Berkeley Albany Emeryville hosted a candidacy forum Thursday for Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board candidates.
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The League of Women Voters of Berkeley Albany Emeryville hosted a candidacy forum Thursday for Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board candidates.
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Berkeley City Council’s Agenda & Rules Committee met Monday to discuss the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on legislative meetings, as well as to approve action items for the July 13 council meeting.
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Berkeley City Council’s Agenda & Rules Committee met Monday to discuss the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on legislative meetings, as well as to approve action items for the July 13 council meeting.
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The Berkeley City Council Budget and Finance Committee met Tuesday to discuss the city’s budget on issues ranging from Measure P to climate equity.
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The Berkeley City Council Budget and Finance Committee met Tuesday to discuss the city’s budget on issues ranging from Measure P to climate equity.
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Berkeley’s future may offer mentally ill homeless people a retreat into nature or access to mental health services in their encampments, according to community input from a town hall held via Zoom on Wednesday.
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Berkeley’s future may offer mentally ill homeless people a retreat into nature or access to mental health services in their encampments, according to community input from a town hall held via Zoom on Wednesday.
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Hosted by Berkeley City Council over Zoom, the first of three sessions aiming to “re-imagine” the Ashby and North Berkeley BART stations in a community-lead effort was held Monday.
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Hosted by Berkeley City Council over Zoom, the first of three sessions aiming to “re-imagine” the Ashby and North Berkeley BART stations in a community-lead effort was held Monday.
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Carole Marasovic, a lifelong advocate for disabled and disadvantaged people, is running to be a commissioner on the Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board. 
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Carole Marasovic, a lifelong advocate for disabled and disadvantaged people, is running to be a commissioner on the Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board. 
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The Berkeley City Council banned facial recognition technology from use by any city agencies, making Berkeley the fourth city in the U.S. to do so.
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The Berkeley City Council banned facial recognition technology from use by any city agencies, making Berkeley the fourth city in the U.S. to do so.
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Berkeley City Council faces a critical crossroads in deciding the future of youth homeless shelters in the city: either lose homeless shelter beds already in short supply or add more adjacent to resistant neighbors. 
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Berkeley City Council faces a critical crossroads in deciding the future of youth homeless shelters in the city: either lose homeless shelter beds already in short supply or add more adjacent to resistant neighbors. 
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A fence with spiked edges has been built around the Here There sculpture on Adeline Street in order to keep people away from the nearby BART tracks, but some homeless activists see the fence as an attack on the homeless community that previously inhabited the space.
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A fence with spiked edges has been built around the Here There sculpture on Adeline Street in order to keep people away from the nearby BART tracks, but some homeless activists see the fence as an attack on the homeless community that previously inhabited the space.
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A new public-use, disabled-accessible, portable bathroom was installed in a city parking lot near Alcatraz Avenue and Martin Luther King Jr. Way on Friday after the city received pressure from a nearby homeless encampment organized by the advocacy group First They Came for the Homeless, along with local neighborhood residents and merchants.
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A new public-use, disabled-accessible, portable bathroom was installed in a city parking lot near Alcatraz Avenue and Martin Luther King Jr. Way on Friday after the city received pressure from a nearby homeless encampment organized by the advocacy group First They Came for the Homeless, along with local neighborhood residents and merchants.
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