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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Guy "Mike" Lee

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A passionate advocate for homeless rights, Guy “Mike” Lee died at the age of 64 after years of activism and political involvement in Berkeley.
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A passionate advocate for homeless rights, Guy “Mike” Lee died at the age of 64 after years of activism and political involvement in Berkeley.
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The city of Berkeley expanded its shower program, adding an additional location and extending its hours. The shower program is a free, drop-in operation offering shower facilities to the public with soap and towels without identification or deposit requirements.
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The city of Berkeley expanded its shower program, adding an additional location and extending its hours. The shower program is a free, drop-in operation offering shower facilities to the public with soap and towels without identification or deposit requirements.
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The decision to remove the encampment was initially made by the city manager, but the decision has since been reversed. Instead, K-rails are to be placed to protect the encampment’s residents from vehicles.
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The decision to remove the encampment was initially made by the city manager, but the decision has since been reversed. Instead, K-rails are to be placed to protect the encampment’s residents from vehicles.
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Renowned homeless rights activist Mike Zint, who founded the advocacy group First They Came for the Homeless, died at noon Feb. 14 after a lengthy battle with emphysema.
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Renowned homeless rights activist Mike Zint, who founded the advocacy group First They Came for the Homeless, died at noon Feb. 14 after a lengthy battle with emphysema.
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In addition to the turkey and a box of produce, the families received $40 grocery store gift cards provided by the UCPD police officers' union, University Village management and UCPD, according to a press release. A group of UCPD officers, Cal Dining staff, housing managers and campus administrators delivered the donations Nov. 16.
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In addition to the turkey and a box of produce, the families received $40 grocery store gift cards provided by the UCPD police officers' union, University Village management and UCPD, according to a press release. A group of UCPD officers, Cal Dining staff, housing managers and campus administrators delivered the donations Nov. 16.
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In light of the lack of sufficient shelter space and widespread government-funded mask dissemination, some UC Berkeley students have taken it upon themselves to provide aid to people unable to escape the unhealthy air.
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In light of the lack of sufficient shelter space and widespread government-funded mask dissemination, some UC Berkeley students have taken it upon themselves to provide aid to people unable to escape the unhealthy air.
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The council will evaluate the Pathways STAIR Navigation Center’s first six weeks of operation after its opening in June 2018. It is set to review a Berkeley Health, Housing and Community Services, or HHCS, staff report that compiled data “on existing program metrics” and included five interview responses from center clients.
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The council will evaluate the Pathways STAIR Navigation Center’s first six weeks of operation after its opening in June 2018. It is set to review a Berkeley Health, Housing and Community Services, or HHCS, staff report that compiled data “on existing program metrics” and included five interview responses from center clients.
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In addition to the rise, employees of most businesses will now also receive more paid sick leave, according to a city of Berkeley press release.
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In addition to the rise, employees of most businesses will now also receive more paid sick leave, according to a city of Berkeley press release.
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The service is a collaboration between the city of Berkeley and Building Opportunities for Self-Sufficiency, or BOSS, where the lockers will be located.
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The service is a collaboration between the city of Berkeley and Building Opportunities for Self-Sufficiency, or BOSS, where the lockers will be located.
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According to Niche, Berkeley scored an A-plus in categories ranging from quality of public schools to nightlife, weather, commute and living situation for families. It also came in first as the “healthiest” city in the United States. But the city scores lower in other criteria, such as crime and safety, housing and cost of living.
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According to Niche, Berkeley scored an A-plus in categories ranging from quality of public schools to nightlife, weather, commute and living situation for families. It also came in first as the “healthiest” city in the United States. But the city scores lower in other criteria, such as crime and safety, housing and cost of living.
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