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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 17, 2023

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On Tuesday, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit heard arguments for and against nonprofit organization CTIA ­– The Wireless Association’s appeal of a U.S. district judge’s decision to allow a disputed Berkeley ordinance to pass.
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On Tuesday, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit heard arguments for and against nonprofit organization CTIA ­– The Wireless Association’s appeal of a U.S. district judge’s decision to allow a disputed Berkeley ordinance to pass.
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Berkeley City Council will meet at its special City Council meeting Tuesday to examine the updates on a police and community relations report, submitted by chief of Berkeley Police Department Michael Meehan.
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Berkeley City Council will meet at its special City Council meeting Tuesday to examine the updates on a police and community relations report, submitted by chief of Berkeley Police Department Michael Meehan.
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Berkeley City Council approved agreements between the Berkeley Police Department and external organizations at its regular meeting Tuesday.
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Berkeley City Council approved agreements between the Berkeley Police Department and external organizations at its regular meeting Tuesday.
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In a report to City Council at a special work session Tuesday, the Berkeley Housing Authority, or BHA, detailed the negative impact of the city’s high rent prices and federal funding cutbacks on the agency’s efforts to provide affordable housing.
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In a report to City Council at a special work session Tuesday, the Berkeley Housing Authority, or BHA, detailed the negative impact of the city’s high rent prices and federal funding cutbacks on the agency’s efforts to provide affordable housing.
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In the last of a series of town hall meetings and focus groups, community members and public health officials joined together Tuesday to discuss some of the city’s most pertinent public health priorities.
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In the last of a series of town hall meetings and focus groups, community members and public health officials joined together Tuesday to discuss some of the city’s most pertinent public health priorities.
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The Berkeley City Council will revisit the controversial redistricting issue at its meeting Tuesday evening in the wake of a successful referendum that overturned the student-majority district approved in December.
The Berkeley City Council will revisit the controversial redistricting issue at its meeting Tuesday evening in the wake of a successful referendum that overturned the student-majority district approved in December.
After two years, the Berkeley City Council is on the brink of making a historic decision Tuesday night regarding the creation of a student-majority district.
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After two years, the Berkeley City Council is on the brink of making a historic decision Tuesday night regarding the creation of a student-majority district.
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Community members threatened to file multiple lawsuits against the owner of a South Berkeley building in which a medical marijuana business operates.
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Community members threatened to file multiple lawsuits against the owner of a South Berkeley building in which a medical marijuana business operates.
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A mobile asthma care unit sponsored by the Prescott-Joseph Center for Community Enhancement in Oakland will begin visiting Malcolm X Elementary School students starting in October.
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A mobile asthma care unit sponsored by the Prescott-Joseph Center for Community Enhancement in Oakland will begin visiting Malcolm X Elementary School students starting in October.
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