The Berkeley City Council unanimously passed a recommendation at its meeting Tuesday night that would make an existing program that allows residents to opt-out of phone books more far reaching and effective by asking AT&T to honor opt-out requests.
Tonight marks the end of the Berkeley City Council’s summer recess — at its first meeting since July, the council will discuss work the city has done since then as well as preview legislation to be discussed over the coming weeks. Sarah Mohamed is the lead city government reporter.
Berkeley City Council members hope to make a program that allows residents to opt-out of phone book delivery more far reaching and effective by asking AT&T to honor opt-out requests. At its meeting Tuesday, the council will consider a recommendation requesting the city manager write a letter to AT&T Yellow