Adeline Corridor Specific Plan approved by Berkeley City Council

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The Adeline Corridor Specific Plan outlines development of 1,450 housing units in South Berkeley, half of which are intended for low-income residents. The plan aims to redevelop Ashby BART station into a mixed-use neighborhood center, create a Business Improvement District, strengthen community institutions and make the streets more accessible for pedestrians and cyclists.

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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Here are our picks for Rent Stabilization Board

CITY AFFAIRS: Here are The Daily Californian's endorsements for how residents should vote on Berkeley's Rent Stabilization Board.

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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