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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 23, 2023

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The eight rent-controlled units that once encompassed 1921 Walnut St. are now little more than a barren construction site.
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The eight rent-controlled units that once encompassed 1921 Walnut St. are now little more than a barren construction site.
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To revitalize Downtown Berkeley, Berkeley Design Advocates and the Downtown Berkeley Association have launched the Harold Way Placemaking Project.
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To revitalize Downtown Berkeley, Berkeley Design Advocates and the Downtown Berkeley Association have launched the Harold Way Placemaking Project.
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The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security, or CARES, Act — a stimulus package to provide relief to individuals and businesses during the COVID-19, or the new coronavirus, pandemic — was signed into law Friday by President Donald Trump.
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The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security, or CARES, Act — a stimulus package to provide relief to individuals and businesses during the COVID-19, or the new coronavirus, pandemic — was signed into law Friday by President Donald Trump.
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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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Berkeley City Council will hold a meeting on Feb. 19 to address several items including an ordinance permitting cannabis events, amendments to Berkeley’s Living Wage Ordinance and a vacant housing unit assessment.
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Berkeley City Council will hold a meeting on Feb. 19 to address several items including an ordinance permitting cannabis events, amendments to Berkeley’s Living Wage Ordinance and a vacant housing unit assessment.
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Marxer moved to Berkeley in the early 1990s and has lived in District 4 since 2003. Her platform focuses on addressing homelessness and crime rates in District 4.
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Marxer moved to Berkeley in the early 1990s and has lived in District 4 since 2003. Her platform focuses on addressing homelessness and crime rates in District 4.
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Berkeley City Council unanimously voted to create a task force that will address racial disparities suggested in data on the Berkeley Police Department.
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Berkeley City Council unanimously voted to create a task force that will address racial disparities suggested in data on the Berkeley Police Department.
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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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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín’s proposed budget for the fiscal years 2018-19 prioritizes funding for homelessness, affordable housing and a number of other city initiatives, according to an office press release issued Tuesday.
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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín’s proposed budget for the fiscal years 2018-19 prioritizes funding for homelessness, affordable housing and a number of other city initiatives, according to an office press release issued Tuesday.
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