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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 19, 2023

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Negeene Mosaed is running on a pro-tenant platform with the Right to Housing Slate for Berkeley Rent Board.
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Negeene Mosaed is running on a pro-tenant platform with the Right to Housing Slate for Berkeley Rent Board.
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Soli Alpert is running with the Right to Housing Slate to secure a second term on Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board.
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Soli Alpert is running with the Right to Housing Slate to secure a second term on Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board.
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Berkeley City Council recently approved a $53 million investment in building affordable housing around the Ashby and North Berkeley BART stations.
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Berkeley City Council recently approved a $53 million investment in building affordable housing around the Ashby and North Berkeley BART stations.
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The Adeline Corridor Specific Plan, which outlines the next 20 years of development in a South Berkeley area near Ashby BART station, was approved by Berkeley City Council on Tuesday after about six years of planning.
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The Adeline Corridor Specific Plan, which outlines the next 20 years of development in a South Berkeley area near Ashby BART station, was approved by Berkeley City Council on Tuesday after about six years of planning.
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Candidates Leah Simon-Weisberg, Andy Kelley, Xavier Johnson, Dominique Walker and Mari Mendonca are leading the race for Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board as of press time, where they will work to regulate rent, provide tenants with protections and maintain affordable housing.
Candidates Leah Simon-Weisberg, Andy Kelley, Xavier Johnson, Dominique Walker and Mari Mendonca are leading the race for Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board as of press time, where they will work to regulate rent, provide tenants with protections and maintain affordable housing.
Berkeley renters are facing a compounded crisis, making the Rent Stabilization Board’s work in protecting tenants all the more important.
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Berkeley renters are facing a compounded crisis, making the Rent Stabilization Board’s work in protecting tenants all the more important.
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Mari Mendonca, who currently serves on the Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board, is running for reelection with hopes of advocating for affordable housing and extending rent control.
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Mari Mendonca, who currently serves on the Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board, is running for reelection with hopes of advocating for affordable housing and extending rent control.
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Longtime city activist and UC Berkeley alumna Margy Wilkinson died Saturday at the age of 76. 
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Longtime city activist and UC Berkeley alumna Margy Wilkinson died Saturday at the age of 76. 
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A vocal crowd of about 60 people gathered in Berkeley Unified School District’s boardroom for a controversial Berkeley City Council meeting Tuesday night to discuss restorative justice practices for a housing instability incident, among other things.
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A vocal crowd of about 60 people gathered in Berkeley Unified School District’s boardroom for a controversial Berkeley City Council meeting Tuesday night to discuss restorative justice practices for a housing instability incident, among other things.
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Longtime South Berkeley resident Leonard Powell was able to return to his home May 28 once he was able to pay for the necessary renovations to meet health and safety codes with the help of the community, according to a post by South Berkeley resident group Friends of Adeline.
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Longtime South Berkeley resident Leonard Powell was able to return to his home May 28 once he was able to pay for the necessary renovations to meet health and safety codes with the help of the community, according to a post by South Berkeley resident group Friends of Adeline.
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