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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

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The U.S. Court of Appeals ruled DACA unconstitutional on Oct. 5, barring new undocumented immigrant applicants from receiving the program’s deportation protections.
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The U.S. Court of Appeals ruled DACA unconstitutional on Oct. 5, barring new undocumented immigrant applicants from receiving the program’s deportation protections.
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Murals have played a major role in the city of Berkeley’s culture since the 1960s, and some of the region’s murals have been around for more than half a century.
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Murals have played a major role in the city of Berkeley’s culture since the 1960s, and some of the region’s murals have been around for more than half a century.
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A People’s History of Telegraph Avenue, or the People’s Park mural, and the “Marvelous Miss Mars” mural face potential obstruction by a 24/7 public restroom in the coming year.
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A People’s History of Telegraph Avenue, or the People’s Park mural, and the “Marvelous Miss Mars” mural face potential obstruction by a 24/7 public restroom in the coming year.
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Protestors arrived at Berkeley Copwatch's “Housing is a Human Right” march Aug. 12 to speak out against the treatment of unhoused residents in the city.
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Protestors arrived at Berkeley Copwatch's “Housing is a Human Right” march Aug. 12 to speak out against the treatment of unhoused residents in the city.
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The city of Emeryville was served a temporary restraining order April 19, halting its efforts to evict residents of the Ashby/Shellmound encampment.
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The city of Emeryville was served a temporary restraining order April 19, halting its efforts to evict residents of the Ashby/Shellmound encampment.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom appointed three UC Berkeley faculty members to state and county positions this week.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom appointed three UC Berkeley faculty members to state and county positions this week.
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People who had their properties taken or destroyed by Caltrans are eligible to file for a reimbursement claim, as first reported by Oaklandside.
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People who had their properties taken or destroyed by Caltrans are eligible to file for a reimbursement claim, as first reported by Oaklandside.
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In response to the COVID-19, or the new coronavirus, pandemic, Berkeley City Council approved a recommendation to develop strategies to address the needs of vulnerable populations, including the homeless community, on March 17.
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In response to the COVID-19, or the new coronavirus, pandemic, Berkeley City Council approved a recommendation to develop strategies to address the needs of vulnerable populations, including the homeless community, on March 17.
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On Feb. 29, the city of Berkeley Mayor’s Office organized a cleanup of the area under the underpass on the east side of Interstate 80 and University Avenue for the homeless community residing there. The cleanup effort had more than 20 people assisting, including Mayor Jesse Arreguín, city Councilmembers Sophie Hahn and Rigel Robinson, city staff and homeless service organizations.
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On Feb. 29, the city of Berkeley Mayor’s Office organized a cleanup of the area under the underpass on the east side of Interstate 80 and University Avenue for the homeless community residing there. The cleanup effort had more than 20 people assisting, including Mayor Jesse Arreguín, city Councilmembers Sophie Hahn and Rigel Robinson, city staff and homeless service organizations.
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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín held a press conference Feb. 20 to unveil the Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act, a city ordinance aimed at preserving affordable housing in Berkeley.
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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín held a press conference Feb. 20 to unveil the Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act, a city ordinance aimed at preserving affordable housing in Berkeley.
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