BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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If the city of Berkeley wants to create policies that foster a greater sense of community and “quality of life,” it should do so for all of its inhabitants — not just those who can afford Berkeley’s incredibly high housing costs.
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If the city of Berkeley wants to create policies that foster a greater sense of community and “quality of life,” it should do so for all of its inhabitants — not just those who can afford Berkeley’s incredibly high housing costs.
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Under the proposed encampment policy, the city would be able to remove homeless encampments at its discretion. The sidewalk policy would limit individuals living on the streets to 9 square feet of space for their belongings.
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Under the proposed encampment policy, the city would be able to remove homeless encampments at its discretion. The sidewalk policy would limit individuals living on the streets to 9 square feet of space for their belongings.
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As a community, will our only answer to this crisis continue to be breaking up any homeless camps once they become big enough to be visible to city residents and draw criticism as being an “eyesore” to the public?
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As a community, will our only answer to this crisis continue to be breaking up any homeless camps once they become big enough to be visible to city residents and draw criticism as being an “eyesore” to the public?
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