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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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The city of Berkeley’s Zoning Adjustment Board, or ZAB, approved land use plans for the construction of two research and development buildings and two parking structures at Bolivar Drive and Aquatic Park Path on May 27.
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The city of Berkeley’s Zoning Adjustment Board, or ZAB, approved land use plans for the construction of two research and development buildings and two parking structures at Bolivar Drive and Aquatic Park Path on May 27.
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Housing construction projects at 2015 Blake St. and 3031 Adeline St. are awaiting building permits from the city of Berkeley.
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Housing construction projects at 2015 Blake St. and 3031 Adeline St. are awaiting building permits from the city of Berkeley.
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Here's what we know about the city of Berkeley and UC Berkeley's campus response to COVID-19, more colloquially known as coronavirus.
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Here's what we know about the city of Berkeley and UC Berkeley's campus response to COVID-19, more colloquially known as coronavirus.
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In a few years, the spot where the local restaurant once stood will likely be filled with a five-story apartment building.
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In a few years, the spot where the local restaurant once stood will likely be filled with a five-story apartment building.
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A plan to turn two standing commercial buildings on Shattuck Avenue into a 156-unit apartment and commercial complex was officially approved Thursday, which marked the end of the city of Berkeley’s appeal period for the project.
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A plan to turn two standing commercial buildings on Shattuck Avenue into a 156-unit apartment and commercial complex was officially approved Thursday, which marked the end of the city of Berkeley’s appeal period for the project.
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Berkeley City Council conducted a public hearing for a Zoning Adjustments Board, or ZAB, appeal and approved free showers for the homeless and a budget referral to increase safety at San Pablo Park at Tuesday’s regular meeting.
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Berkeley City Council conducted a public hearing for a Zoning Adjustments Board, or ZAB, appeal and approved free showers for the homeless and a budget referral to increase safety at San Pablo Park at Tuesday’s regular meeting.
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On Thursday evening the Zoning Adjustments Board convened to discuss a potential development project near the intersection of Adeline and Ashby. The project would involve the demolition of Flacos, a popular vegan Mexican restaurant.
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On Thursday evening the Zoning Adjustments Board convened to discuss a potential development project near the intersection of Adeline and Ashby. The project would involve the demolition of Flacos, a popular vegan Mexican restaurant.
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Montague’s Gourmet Sandwiches, located on 2510 Channing Way, posted a sign on its door announcing their indefinite closure starting May 14 “due to family medical issues.”
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Montague’s Gourmet Sandwiches, located on 2510 Channing Way, posted a sign on its door announcing their indefinite closure starting May 14 “due to family medical issues.”
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The Berkeley Design Review Committee’s conditional approval of architectural plans Thursday marks another step towards the construction of a contentious five-story apartment building at 2631 Durant Ave.
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The Berkeley Design Review Committee’s conditional approval of architectural plans Thursday marks another step towards the construction of a contentious five-story apartment building at 2631 Durant Ave.
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The city's Design Review Committee gave feedback for multiple building project proposals — including the replacement of Stiles Hall with a student residence and a Shattuck Avenue high-rise apartment — at its meeting Thursday.
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The city's Design Review Committee gave feedback for multiple building project proposals — including the replacement of Stiles Hall with a student residence and a Shattuck Avenue high-rise apartment — at its meeting Thursday.
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