BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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A proposed ballot measure, filed March 28, will appear during November’s municipal elections, which, if passed, will authorize $50 million to city mental health and social services by limiting city employee compensation.
A proposed ballot measure, filed March 28, will appear during November’s municipal elections, which, if passed, will authorize $50 million to city mental health and social services by limiting city employee compensation.
Eleven individuals who were allegedly injured by police officers during last December's Black Lives Matter protests filed a civil rights lawsuit against various city entities in federal court Sunday.
Eleven individuals who were allegedly injured by police officers during last December's Black Lives Matter protests filed a civil rights lawsuit against various city entities in federal court Sunday.
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City property owners can now apply for monetary support for seismic retrofitting — in addition to energy sustainability improvements — after a recent expansion of a city financing program.
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City property owners can now apply for monetary support for seismic retrofitting — in addition to energy sustainability improvements — after a recent expansion of a city financing program.
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The fishing pier at the Berkeley Marina was closed off Wednesday because of structural problems.
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The fishing pier at the Berkeley Marina was closed off Wednesday because of structural problems.
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After a closed session of City Council on Tuesday night, Berkeley Mayor Tom Bates nominated the current deputy city manager to serve as interim city manager.
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After a closed session of City Council on Tuesday night, Berkeley Mayor Tom Bates nominated the current deputy city manager to serve as interim city manager.
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Christine Daniel, currently the Berkeley City Manager, will be leaving to take up a similar position in Oakland in August.
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Christine Daniel, currently the Berkeley City Manager, will be leaving to take up a similar position in Oakland in August.
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Paul Ghysels, who is in his 60s, formerly lived in a home sandwiched between two fraternities and is pursuing a lawsuit against the campus’s Interfraternity Council, or IFC — as well as individuals, organizations and property owners associated with 35 campus fraternities.
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Paul Ghysels, who is in his 60s, formerly lived in a home sandwiched between two fraternities and is pursuing a lawsuit against the campus’s Interfraternity Council, or IFC — as well as individuals, organizations and property owners associated with 35 campus fraternities.
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The city launched its first ever Twitter account Monday with the handle @CityofBerkeley.
The city launched its first ever Twitter account Monday with the handle @CityofBerkeley.
A judge ruled against Berkeley’s police union and an officer Tuesday after they requested a temporary restraining order that would suspend the mandate that officers attend hearings conducted by the city’s police oversight agency.
A judge ruled against Berkeley’s police union and an officer Tuesday after they requested a temporary restraining order that would suspend the mandate that officers attend hearings conducted by the city’s police oversight agency.