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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 19, 2023

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Berkeley City Council members will vote on a resolution at their Tuesday meeting calling for the authorization of a bond to finance affordable housing.
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Berkeley City Council members will vote on a resolution at their Tuesday meeting calling for the authorization of a bond to finance affordable housing.
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At its Tuesday meeting, Berkeley City Council discussed and voted on the New Border Vision — a resolution that develops policy frameworks in opposition to the current immigration system.
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At its Tuesday meeting, Berkeley City Council discussed and voted on the New Border Vision — a resolution that develops policy frameworks in opposition to the current immigration system.
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Shattuck Avenue crossing University Avenue will become a two-way street, instead of the current two separate one-way streets, to alleviate traffic and improve safety for pedestrians.
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Shattuck Avenue crossing University Avenue will become a two-way street, instead of the current two separate one-way streets, to alleviate traffic and improve safety for pedestrians.
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Discussion surrounding recommendations for Berkeley City Council and the city manager about police spit hood use policy dominated discussion at Wednesday night’s regular Police Review Commission, or PRC, meeting.
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Discussion surrounding recommendations for Berkeley City Council and the city manager about police spit hood use policy dominated discussion at Wednesday night’s regular Police Review Commission, or PRC, meeting.
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Crime rates in Berkeley went down in 2018, according to a crime report Berkeley Police Department presented at the Berkeley City Council meeting March 19.
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Crime rates in Berkeley went down in 2018, according to a crime report Berkeley Police Department presented at the Berkeley City Council meeting March 19.
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Two large eucalyptus trees within half a mile of one another came crashing down in North Berkeley on Tuesday evening and Wednesday morning, destroying one truck, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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Two large eucalyptus trees within half a mile of one another came crashing down in North Berkeley on Tuesday evening and Wednesday morning, destroying one truck, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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More than 100 audit recommendations that could save Berkeley hundreds of thousands of dollars in revenue annually have yet to be implemented, City Auditor Jenny Wong revealed at Tuesday evening’s regular Berkeley City Council meeting.
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More than 100 audit recommendations that could save Berkeley hundreds of thousands of dollars in revenue annually have yet to be implemented, City Auditor Jenny Wong revealed at Tuesday evening’s regular Berkeley City Council meeting.
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An 18-story, mixed-use building with 274 residential units is set to replace the Walgreens building in Downtown Berkeley after the City Council approved the project in a Zoning Adjustments Board, or ZAB, appeal hearing at Thursday’s special meeting.
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An 18-story, mixed-use building with 274 residential units is set to replace the Walgreens building in Downtown Berkeley after the City Council approved the project in a Zoning Adjustments Board, or ZAB, appeal hearing at Thursday’s special meeting.
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A controversial proposal for a residential development in northwest Berkeley will be sent back to the city Zoning Adjustments Board for consideration after Berkeley City Council members sided with a community appeal against the project at Tuesday evening’s regular meeting.
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A controversial proposal for a residential development in northwest Berkeley will be sent back to the city Zoning Adjustments Board for consideration after Berkeley City Council members sided with a community appeal against the project at Tuesday evening’s regular meeting.
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