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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 28, 2022

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Sitting on the edge of South Berkeley and formed by various disability organizations, the Ed Roberts Campus, or ERC, provides resources and services at a universally accessible transit hub.
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Sitting on the edge of South Berkeley and formed by various disability organizations, the Ed Roberts Campus, or ERC, provides resources and services at a universally accessible transit hub.
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In 2010, Dmitri Belser and Tom White bought an old, dilapidated house from UC Berkeley for $17. The house is now on the market for $1.295 million.
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In 2010, Dmitri Belser and Tom White bought an old, dilapidated house from UC Berkeley for $17. The house is now on the market for $1.295 million.
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Roberts, who had post-polio quadriplegia, decided to attend UC Berkeley in 1962 despite the fact that the campus had no accommodations for people with severe disabilities. His advocacy opened the school to more students with disabilities and created the Physically Disabled Student’s Program and then the Center for Independent Living.
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Roberts, who had post-polio quadriplegia, decided to attend UC Berkeley in 1962 despite the fact that the campus had no accommodations for people with severe disabilities. His advocacy opened the school to more students with disabilities and created the Physically Disabled Student’s Program and then the Center for Independent Living.
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After 14 years as mayor of Berkeley — the longest tenure in the city’s history — and 38 years of public office, Tom Bates, age 78, has decided to retire. It marks the end of a long career of public service that was punctuated with significant accomplishments that benefited many, from people with disabilities to Berkeley youth to local breweries and sports fanatics.
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After 14 years as mayor of Berkeley — the longest tenure in the city’s history — and 38 years of public office, Tom Bates, age 78, has decided to retire. It marks the end of a long career of public service that was punctuated with significant accomplishments that benefited many, from people with disabilities to Berkeley youth to local breweries and sports fanatics.
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The project plans to replace the station’s rotunda entrance, as well as its five other entryways, with glass structures, and to redesign the public space surrounding the main entrance.
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The project plans to replace the station’s rotunda entrance, as well as its five other entryways, with glass structures, and to redesign the public space surrounding the main entrance.
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The Berkeley City Council seat representing District 3 is up for grabs this November, over which 25-year-Berkeley resident Dmitri Belser will be pitted against current incumbent Max Anderson who has held the seat since 2004.
The Berkeley City Council seat representing District 3 is up for grabs this November, over which 25-year-Berkeley resident Dmitri Belser will be pitted against current incumbent Max Anderson who has held the seat since 2004.