BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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On Tuesday, Berkeley City Council is set to discuss the possibility of a citywide health study that would look into the health conditions, disparities and mortality rates of the city’s homeless population during the last five years.
On Tuesday, Berkeley City Council is set to discuss the possibility of a citywide health study that would look into the health conditions, disparities and mortality rates of the city’s homeless population during the last five years.
City Council will consider a resolution to provide port-a-potties, wash stations, trash removal and hepatitis A vaccines to homeless encampment residents at its meeting Tuesday, in light of recent hepatitis A outbreaks in California.
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City Council will consider a resolution to provide port-a-potties, wash stations, trash removal and hepatitis A vaccines to homeless encampment residents at its meeting Tuesday, in light of recent hepatitis A outbreaks in California.
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Berkeley City Council voted unanimously to develop policies to increase support and resources for the city’s homeless youth population Tuesday.
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Berkeley City Council voted unanimously to develop policies to increase support and resources for the city’s homeless youth population Tuesday.
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City Council discussed a Zoning Adjustments Board, or ZAB, appeal and alternative sources of funding for homeless service nonprofit agencies at its regular meeting Tuesday.
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City Council discussed a Zoning Adjustments Board, or ZAB, appeal and alternative sources of funding for homeless service nonprofit agencies at its regular meeting Tuesday.
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Berkeley City Council passed the city staff recommendation on the funding allocation for community agencies in the upcoming financial year, among other items at its Tuesday meeting.
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Berkeley City Council passed the city staff recommendation on the funding allocation for community agencies in the upcoming financial year, among other items at its Tuesday meeting.
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As the campus struggles to house an influx of students, UC Berkeley’s housing task force has drawn up nine potential locations for new student housing — including People’s Park, the site of the historic “Bloody Thursday” protest and clash in 1969.
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As the campus struggles to house an influx of students, UC Berkeley’s housing task force has drawn up nine potential locations for new student housing — including People’s Park, the site of the historic “Bloody Thursday” protest and clash in 1969.
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Two community organizations presented potential new projects Wednesday aimed at benefitting the city’s homeless population during a Berkeley Homeless Commission meeting.
Two community organizations presented potential new projects Wednesday aimed at benefitting the city’s homeless population during a Berkeley Homeless Commission meeting.
Berkeley City Council and Mayor Tom Bates will discuss divvying up of a pot of money among a number of agencies primarily serving the homeless and youth in a special meeting Tuesday evening.
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Berkeley City Council and Mayor Tom Bates will discuss divvying up of a pot of money among a number of agencies primarily serving the homeless and youth in a special meeting Tuesday evening.
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The Homeless Commission, Housing Advisory Commission, Children, Youth and Recreation Commission and Human Welfare and Community Action Commission addressed ways the city has implemented federal funds for affordable housing and listened to Berkeley residents’ concerns.
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The Homeless Commission, Housing Advisory Commission, Children, Youth and Recreation Commission and Human Welfare and Community Action Commission addressed ways the city has implemented federal funds for affordable housing and listened to Berkeley residents’ concerns.
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In its report, Berkeley Copwatch highlighted allegations of police misconduct and a dearth of mental crisis services that they said influenced the death of Moore, who had a history of mental health issues. About 50 people, in addition to six commissioners and four Berkeley police officers, attended the meeting.
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In its report, Berkeley Copwatch highlighted allegations of police misconduct and a dearth of mental crisis services that they said influenced the death of Moore, who had a history of mental health issues. About 50 people, in addition to six commissioners and four Berkeley police officers, attended the meeting.
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