BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 27, 2022

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Judge William Alsup ruled that the city of Berkeley did not unconstitutionally apply zoning laws to prevent the sale of a historic post office Monday, as alleged by the United States Postal Service, or USPS.
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Judge William Alsup ruled that the city of Berkeley did not unconstitutionally apply zoning laws to prevent the sale of a historic post office Monday, as alleged by the United States Postal Service, or USPS.
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On Saturday, a group of protesters issued a call to action against a threat to evict a homeless encampment outside the Berkeley Main Post Office, according to an email sent by Mike Wilson, a long-standing encampment supporter and organizer.
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On Saturday, a group of protesters issued a call to action against a threat to evict a homeless encampment outside the Berkeley Main Post Office, according to an email sent by Mike Wilson, a long-standing encampment supporter and organizer.
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A federal judge dismissed Tuesday the City of Berkeley’s suit against the United States Postal Service, which had been trying to sell the 100-year-old Berkeley Main Post Office on 2000 Allston Way to a private firm, on the grounds that the case had become moot.
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A federal judge dismissed Tuesday the City of Berkeley’s suit against the United States Postal Service, which had been trying to sell the 100-year-old Berkeley Main Post Office on 2000 Allston Way to a private firm, on the grounds that the case had become moot.
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Due to ongoing litigation with the city of Berkeley regarding its sale, the U.S. Postal Service removed the Downtown Berkeley post office from its commercial listings of buildings for sale earlier this month.
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Due to ongoing litigation with the city of Berkeley regarding its sale, the U.S. Postal Service removed the Downtown Berkeley post office from its commercial listings of buildings for sale earlier this month.
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Local developer Hudson McDonald failed to reach an agreement regarding the sale of the Downtown Berkeley post office last week, after months of negotiations and prolonged community protest. Despite termination of the sale and recent police intervention, some protesters remain outside the building on Milvia Street and Allston Way after more than a month of occupation.
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Local developer Hudson McDonald failed to reach an agreement regarding the sale of the Downtown Berkeley post office last week, after months of negotiations and prolonged community protest. Despite termination of the sale and recent police intervention, some protesters remain outside the building on Milvia Street and Allston Way after more than a month of occupation.
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The city of Berkeley filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the United States Postal Service, alleging that it took steps toward selling the Berkeley Post Office before publicly evaluating historic impacts as required under both the National Historic Preservation Act and the National Environmental Policy Act.
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The city of Berkeley filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the United States Postal Service, alleging that it took steps toward selling the Berkeley Post Office before publicly evaluating historic impacts as required under both the National Historic Preservation Act and the National Environmental Policy Act.
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