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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Sometimes, however, the notification from the little blue bird can signal something uplifting or even funny, instead of the typical doom and gloom we have come to expect in politics. The Berkeley City Council members’ Twitter accounts are no exception.
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Sometimes, however, the notification from the little blue bird can signal something uplifting or even funny, instead of the typical doom and gloom we have come to expect in politics. The Berkeley City Council members’ Twitter accounts are no exception.
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The Daily Californian held its first ever Midterm Elections Public Forum Friday for candidates running for city and school offices in the upcoming November election.
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The Daily Californian held its first ever Midterm Elections Public Forum Friday for candidates running for city and school offices in the upcoming November election.
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Berkeley City Council adopted their first formal land acknowledgement, postponed the plans to repave Hopkins Corridor and discussed a housing development project that was noted as being potentially detrimental during their regular meeting Tuesday. 
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Berkeley City Council adopted their first formal land acknowledgement, postponed the plans to repave Hopkins Corridor and discussed a housing development project that was noted as being potentially detrimental during their regular meeting Tuesday. 
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Peter Bruce DuMont is running to fill the District 8 City Council seat that councilmember Lori Droste plans to vacate this election cycle.
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Peter Bruce DuMont is running to fill the District 8 City Council seat that councilmember Lori Droste plans to vacate this election cycle.
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We need to continue raising our voices and demand the city follows through with a car-free Telegraph.
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We need to continue raising our voices and demand the city follows through with a car-free Telegraph.
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Micromobility firms including Superpedestrian and Veoride are set to launch their electric scooter and bike rental services to the public Thursday, following Berkeley City Council’s approval of the Shared Electric Micromobility Permit Program.
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Micromobility firms including Superpedestrian and Veoride are set to launch their electric scooter and bike rental services to the public Thursday, following Berkeley City Council’s approval of the Shared Electric Micromobility Permit Program.
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Amid an intense elections season, the ASUC Senate discussed budgets, personal projects and financial aid at its regular Wednesday meeting.
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Amid an intense elections season, the ASUC Senate discussed budgets, personal projects and financial aid at its regular Wednesday meeting.
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Supporters of a car-free Telegraph Avenue held a rally on Saturday, blocking traffic and demonstrating what banning cars on the street might look like.
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Supporters of a car-free Telegraph Avenue held a rally on Saturday, blocking traffic and demonstrating what banning cars on the street might look like.
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This hurried $6.5M purchase is in direct opposition to the values this council committed to the people of Berkeley to uphold.
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This hurried $6.5M purchase is in direct opposition to the values this council committed to the people of Berkeley to uphold.
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The Berkeley Marina area is set for reconstruction. This comes months after the approval of the Berkeley Marina Roadway Improvements Project, part of the city’s annual efforts to restore its deteriorating streets.
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The Berkeley Marina area is set for reconstruction. This comes months after the approval of the Berkeley Marina Roadway Improvements Project, part of the city’s annual efforts to restore its deteriorating streets.
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