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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 17, 2023

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Despite the statewide eviction moratorium coming to an end Sept. 30, Berkeley tenants will remain protected by a separate moratorium imposed by the city. 
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Despite the statewide eviction moratorium coming to an end Sept. 30, Berkeley tenants will remain protected by a separate moratorium imposed by the city. 
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The California State Senate greenlighted Sen. Nancy Skinner’s SB 8 bill, which extends the duration of the Housing Crisis Act of 2019, SB 330, from 2025 to 2030 and allows for the construction of more housing throughout California.
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The California State Senate greenlighted Sen. Nancy Skinner’s SB 8 bill, which extends the duration of the Housing Crisis Act of 2019, SB 330, from 2025 to 2030 and allows for the construction of more housing throughout California.
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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín and other local Democratic organizations led a “No Recall Berkeley Canvass” event Sunday to raise awareness about California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s recall election.
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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín and other local Democratic organizations led a “No Recall Berkeley Canvass” event Sunday to raise awareness about California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s recall election.
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Berkeley City Council received an update on the ongoing process of reimagining public safety and approved a consulting firm to begin the design of a crisis response unit during its regular Tuesday meeting.
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Berkeley City Council received an update on the ongoing process of reimagining public safety and approved a consulting firm to begin the design of a crisis response unit during its regular Tuesday meeting.
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On Wednesday, California State Treasurer Fiona Ma announced an additional $450 million in funding for the state’s No Place Like Home, or NPLH, program to address housing issues.
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On Wednesday, California State Treasurer Fiona Ma announced an additional $450 million in funding for the state’s No Place Like Home, or NPLH, program to address housing issues.
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Residents can now submit lottery applications for six units of affordable housing in a new apartment complex in Downtown Berkeley, according to an Oct. 21 press release by the city of Berkeley.
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Residents can now submit lottery applications for six units of affordable housing in a new apartment complex in Downtown Berkeley, according to an Oct. 21 press release by the city of Berkeley.
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Though local ordinances have suspended penalties for late rent payments as a result of the pandemic, concerns regarding holds on class registrations for students living in university housing with overdue payments were addressed at a Berkeley Tenants Union press conference Tuesday.
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Though local ordinances have suspended penalties for late rent payments as a result of the pandemic, concerns regarding holds on class registrations for students living in university housing with overdue payments were addressed at a Berkeley Tenants Union press conference Tuesday.
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Berkeley City Council approved a ballot measure that, if passed, will prohibit landlords from evicting tenants for not paying rent during state or local emergencies, including the coronavirus pandemic.
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Berkeley City Council approved a ballot measure that, if passed, will prohibit landlords from evicting tenants for not paying rent during state or local emergencies, including the coronavirus pandemic.
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The Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board endorsed legislation that would expand protections for tenants in light of COVID-19 at its regular Thursday meeting.
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The Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board endorsed legislation that would expand protections for tenants in light of COVID-19 at its regular Thursday meeting.
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The Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board met virtually Thursday to discuss its 2020-21 fiscal year budget, ongoing Black Lives Matter protests and a possible influx of evictions.
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The Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board met virtually Thursday to discuss its 2020-21 fiscal year budget, ongoing Black Lives Matter protests and a possible influx of evictions.
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