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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 17, 2023

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Darrell Owens

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Amid a push to prioritize pedestrians on the road, Berkeley took its first step toward potentially banning cars from making right turns at red lights Thursday.
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Amid a push to prioritize pedestrians on the road, Berkeley took its first step toward potentially banning cars from making right turns at red lights Thursday.
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A group in Berkeley is advocating for the election of leaders who will fight traffic violence with urgency, in light of multiple recent motor-pedestrian collisions.
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A group in Berkeley is advocating for the election of leaders who will fight traffic violence with urgency, in light of multiple recent motor-pedestrian collisions.
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The California Association of Realtors, or CAR, formally apologized for historically supporting exclusionary housing practices, including redlining and the overturning of California’s first fair housing law.
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The California Association of Realtors, or CAR, formally apologized for historically supporting exclusionary housing practices, including redlining and the overturning of California’s first fair housing law.
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Berkeley should continue with this effort to make the streets safer for bikers — a move that is both eco-friendly and people-centered. 
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Berkeley should continue with this effort to make the streets safer for bikers — a move that is both eco-friendly and people-centered. 
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Northside is the most populated area of North Berkeley, yet some residents have expressed that its public transportation is inadequate.
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Northside is the most populated area of North Berkeley, yet some residents have expressed that its public transportation is inadequate.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a pair of housing bills Friday to override local zoning codes to allow for more housing and provide labor protections for construction workers.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a pair of housing bills Friday to override local zoning codes to allow for more housing and provide labor protections for construction workers.
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The Housing Choice Voucher Program, or Section 8, is the largest affordable housing program in the United States to date, but this year, only 2,000 Section 8 vouchers will be granted to residents in Berkeley even though over 20,000 residents applied.
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The Housing Choice Voucher Program, or Section 8, is the largest affordable housing program in the United States to date, but this year, only 2,000 Section 8 vouchers will be granted to residents in Berkeley even though over 20,000 residents applied.
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Rental vacancy rates in Berkeley are at a historic low according to recent United States Census data, comparable to similar trends across the West Coast.
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Rental vacancy rates in Berkeley are at a historic low according to recent United States Census data, comparable to similar trends across the West Coast.
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A countywide point-in-time count conducted by EveryOne Home revealed a 5%decrease in houselessness in the city of Berkeley from 2019 to 2022, according to a May 16 press release from Mayor Jesse Arreguín. 
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A countywide point-in-time count conducted by EveryOne Home revealed a 5%decrease in houselessness in the city of Berkeley from 2019 to 2022, according to a May 16 press release from Mayor Jesse Arreguín. 
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Supporters of a car-free Telegraph Avenue held a rally on Saturday, blocking traffic and demonstrating what banning cars on the street might look like.
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Supporters of a car-free Telegraph Avenue held a rally on Saturday, blocking traffic and demonstrating what banning cars on the street might look like.
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