BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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Members of the public and city commissioners questioned a Berkeley Police Department report Wednesday, with some saying the report misrepresented events during the December Black Lives Matter protests.
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Members of the public and city commissioners questioned a Berkeley Police Department report Wednesday, with some saying the report misrepresented events during the December Black Lives Matter protests.
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Just before December’s black lives matter protests in Berkeley began, police planned to “Get’um (the protesters) running!” and, on the first night of demonstrations, used the bulk of their tear gas and less-than-lethal ammo, according to police documents.
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Just before December’s black lives matter protests in Berkeley began, police planned to “Get’um (the protesters) running!” and, on the first night of demonstrations, used the bulk of their tear gas and less-than-lethal ammo, according to police documents.
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The Berkeley Police Department met with a safe neighborhoods committee to discuss updates on mental health issues and other agenda items that were covered in previous committee meetings, as well as to address safety concerns and questions.
The Berkeley Police Department met with a safe neighborhoods committee to discuss updates on mental health issues and other agenda items that were covered in previous committee meetings, as well as to address safety concerns and questions.
Thursday morning saw people including the Berkeley mayor participate in the 21st annual Bay Area Bike to Work Day in areas all over the East Bay including Berkeley, Fremont, Castro Valley and Oakland.
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Thursday morning saw people including the Berkeley mayor participate in the 21st annual Bay Area Bike to Work Day in areas all over the East Bay including Berkeley, Fremont, Castro Valley and Oakland.
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The city Peace and Justice Commission approved a resolution last Monday asking for the termination of Downtown Berkeley Association’s relationship with the current Berkeley ambassador program.
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The city Peace and Justice Commission approved a resolution last Monday asking for the termination of Downtown Berkeley Association’s relationship with the current Berkeley ambassador program.
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As of Feb. 18, more than 1,000 people had signed a petition supporting a name change for the Berkeley Public Library’s South Branch to honor local civil rights activist Tarea Hall Pittman.
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As of Feb. 18, more than 1,000 people had signed a petition supporting a name change for the Berkeley Public Library’s South Branch to honor local civil rights activist Tarea Hall Pittman.
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A study analyzing anti-vagrancy laws in California was released by the Policy Advocacy Clinic at Boalt School of Law earlier this month, concluding that such policies are increasingly ostracizing the homeless.
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A study analyzing anti-vagrancy laws in California was released by the Policy Advocacy Clinic at Boalt School of Law earlier this month, concluding that such policies are increasingly ostracizing the homeless.
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The Berkeley City Council deferred voting on the construction of two proposed “mini-dorm” duplexes over concerns of an increase in population density in the neighborhood on Tuesday during a special meeting, pending further review by the Zoning Adjustment Board of newly-submitted construction plans.
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The Berkeley City Council deferred voting on the construction of two proposed “mini-dorm” duplexes over concerns of an increase in population density in the neighborhood on Tuesday during a special meeting, pending further review by the Zoning Adjustment Board of newly-submitted construction plans.
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Colloquially known as the “soda tax,” Berkeley’s 1-cent per ounce tax on distributors of sodas and sugary drinks passed in November of last year. With such a tax in place, city retailers will ultimately have the choice of whether to pay the tax themselves or raise the price of their products.
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Colloquially known as the “soda tax,” Berkeley’s 1-cent per ounce tax on distributors of sodas and sugary drinks passed in November of last year. With such a tax in place, city retailers will ultimately have the choice of whether to pay the tax themselves or raise the price of their products.
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In the aftermath of protests over police killings of black civilians, local officials and residents discussed a wide variety of topics, ranging from the improvement of police and community relations to broader social issues, at a 5-hour-long City Council meeting Saturday morning.
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In the aftermath of protests over police killings of black civilians, local officials and residents discussed a wide variety of topics, ranging from the improvement of police and community relations to broader social issues, at a 5-hour-long City Council meeting Saturday morning.
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