BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 29, 2022

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Councilmember Cheryl Davila

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Berkeley City Council discussed a budget update for fiscal year 2021 and unanimously passed the Annual Appropriations Ordinance at its regular Zoom meeting Tuesday.
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Berkeley City Council discussed a budget update for fiscal year 2021 and unanimously passed the Annual Appropriations Ordinance at its regular Zoom meeting Tuesday.
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Berkeley City Council will vote Tuesday on whether to hold a special City Council meeting on Ohlone tribal history and culture, as well as to further discuss the placement of signs acknowledging the land of the Ohlone peoples.
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Berkeley City Council will vote Tuesday on whether to hold a special City Council meeting on Ohlone tribal history and culture, as well as to further discuss the placement of signs acknowledging the land of the Ohlone peoples.
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The Berkeley Facilities, Infrastructure, Transportation, Environment and Sustainability Policy Committee focused on addressing climate change at its Thursday meeting, discussing the possibility of establishing a climate department, accommodating more electric ride-share vehicles in the city and banning the sale of gas and diesel vehicles by 2025.
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The Berkeley Facilities, Infrastructure, Transportation, Environment and Sustainability Policy Committee focused on addressing climate change at its Thursday meeting, discussing the possibility of establishing a climate department, accommodating more electric ride-share vehicles in the city and banning the sale of gas and diesel vehicles by 2025.
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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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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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