BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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During the Census 2020 Town Hall for Berkeley on Feb. 20, Alameda County Supervisor Keith Carson discussed plans for the upcoming census for Berkeley residents. More than 30 people attended the town hall, which was sponsored by a number of community organizations.
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During the Census 2020 Town Hall for Berkeley on Feb. 20, Alameda County Supervisor Keith Carson discussed plans for the upcoming census for Berkeley residents. More than 30 people attended the town hall, which was sponsored by a number of community organizations.
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A poll commissioned by the Ben Bartlett campaign found that Bartlett holds a slight lead over a large field of candidates for Assembly District 15.
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A poll commissioned by the Ben Bartlett campaign found that Bartlett holds a slight lead over a large field of candidates for Assembly District 15.
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City Council voted to lower Berkeley’s recreational marijuana tax from 10 to 5 percent during its regular meeting Tuesday.
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City Council voted to lower Berkeley’s recreational marijuana tax from 10 to 5 percent during its regular meeting Tuesday.
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The city of Berkeley may soon launch an “initial community offering” as part of an effort to use blockchain technology to combat homelessness and housing issues. This would make Berkeley the first city in the United States to sell digital “tokens” as part of a crowdfunding campaign, according to a Tuesday press release.
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The city of Berkeley may soon launch an “initial community offering” as part of an effort to use blockchain technology to combat homelessness and housing issues. This would make Berkeley the first city in the United States to sell digital “tokens” as part of a crowdfunding campaign, according to a Tuesday press release.
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The city of Berkeley will allocate $3.5 million to fund multiple homeless aid programs, as unanimously approved by the City Council at its regular meeting Tuesday night.
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The city of Berkeley will allocate $3.5 million to fund multiple homeless aid programs, as unanimously approved by the City Council at its regular meeting Tuesday night.
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A year after his election, Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín still has not had time to unpack all his boxes.
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A year after his election, Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín still has not had time to unpack all his boxes.
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City Council authorized $300,000 for the next two fiscal years to the Rent Stabilization Board and approved urgency items related to public bathrooms.
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City Council authorized $300,000 for the next two fiscal years to the Rent Stabilization Board and approved urgency items related to public bathrooms.
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