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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Protesters gathered outside Berkeley’s old city hall building on Sunday to urge the city to open more emergency warming shelters for unhoused residents as intense winter rains and an atmospheric river continue to sweep the city.
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Protesters gathered outside Berkeley’s old city hall building on Sunday to urge the city to open more emergency warming shelters for unhoused residents as intense winter rains and an atmospheric river continue to sweep the city.
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Measure L, which would authorize $650 million towards affordable housing and public infrastructure is set to appear on Berkeley’s ballot on November 8. 
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Measure L, which would authorize $650 million towards affordable housing and public infrastructure is set to appear on Berkeley’s ballot on November 8. 
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Berkeley City Council heard the terms of UC Berkeley’s Long Range Development Plan, or LRDP, and adopted items on its consent calendar Tuesday.
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Berkeley City Council heard the terms of UC Berkeley’s Long Range Development Plan, or LRDP, and adopted items on its consent calendar Tuesday.
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Berkeley City Council’s Agenda & Rules Committee approved the agenda for the July 27 City Council meeting during its session Monday.
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Berkeley City Council’s Agenda & Rules Committee approved the agenda for the July 27 City Council meeting during its session Monday.
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Each day, more than 100 members of Berkeley’s homeless community rely on Dorothy Day House to eat breakfast and lunch, do laundry, shower and place their possessions in lockers — however, the nonprofit would not be able to do this without Measure P funds.
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Each day, more than 100 members of Berkeley’s homeless community rely on Dorothy Day House to eat breakfast and lunch, do laundry, shower and place their possessions in lockers — however, the nonprofit would not be able to do this without Measure P funds.
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Emails from within the Berkeley Police Department show that the department created a policy of publicizing the photos and personal information of arrested protesters, as first reported by Mic.
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Emails from within the Berkeley Police Department show that the department created a policy of publicizing the photos and personal information of arrested protesters, as first reported by Mic.
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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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As a community forum on homelessness drew to a close Monday night, a handful of attendees voiced disappointment about Berkeley City Council’s efforts to address issues affecting the local homeless population.
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As a community forum on homelessness drew to a close Monday night, a handful of attendees voiced disappointment about Berkeley City Council’s efforts to address issues affecting the local homeless population.
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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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At its Tuesday meeting, Berkeley City Council unanimously voted to pass a measure that directs the city manager to analyze and address disparate racial outcomes in policing.
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At its Tuesday meeting, Berkeley City Council unanimously voted to pass a measure that directs the city manager to analyze and address disparate racial outcomes in policing.
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