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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

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Jacquelyn McCormick

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Berkeley’s Fair Campaign Practices Commission postponed its discussion of Mayor Jesse Arreguín’s 18 alleged violations of election law at its meeting Thursday.
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Berkeley’s Fair Campaign Practices Commission postponed its discussion of Mayor Jesse Arreguín’s 18 alleged violations of election law at its meeting Thursday.
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On Friday, Mayor Jesse Arreguín announced, to the shock of many, that Berkeley’s Second Street shelter will remain open for another month after receiving an anonymous $15,000 donation.
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On Friday, Mayor Jesse Arreguín announced, to the shock of many, that Berkeley’s Second Street shelter will remain open for another month after receiving an anonymous $15,000 donation.
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Berkeley City Councilmember Kriss Worthington filed his intent to run for mayor last week.
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Berkeley City Councilmember Kriss Worthington filed his intent to run for mayor last week.
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At a special City Council meeting Tuesday, government officials and Berkeley residents voiced concerns over a Housing Action Plan, which aims to help mitigate the housing crisis within Berkeley.
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At a special City Council meeting Tuesday, government officials and Berkeley residents voiced concerns over a Housing Action Plan, which aims to help mitigate the housing crisis within Berkeley.
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Berkeley City Council took a step at its Tuesday night meeting toward facilitating the creation of more accessory dwelling units, in an effort to supply the city with more housing options.
Berkeley City Council took a step at its Tuesday night meeting toward facilitating the creation of more accessory dwelling units, in an effort to supply the city with more housing options.
Berkeley City Councilmember Lori Droste has never seen her 3 year-old son behave as well as he did when they went to his first city council meeting together. Droste said he now asks her to come to “the castle” with her, their nickname for her office.
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Berkeley City Councilmember Lori Droste has never seen her 3 year-old son behave as well as he did when they went to his first city council meeting together. Droste said he now asks her to come to “the castle” with her, their nickname for her office.
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Almost a year and a half after its closing and demolition, the Safeway at the intersection of College and Claremont Avenues reopened on Friday with expanded departments and a public plaza.
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Almost a year and a half after its closing and demolition, the Safeway at the intersection of College and Claremont Avenues reopened on Friday with expanded departments and a public plaza.
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A recent newsletter published by Berkeley’s Council of Neighborhood Associations says that UC Berkeley has not been paying enough for city services as a tax-exempt entity, leading to millions in lost municipal revenue.
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A recent newsletter published by Berkeley’s Council of Neighborhood Associations says that UC Berkeley has not been paying enough for city services as a tax-exempt entity, leading to millions in lost municipal revenue.
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As of Wednesday evening, District 8 City Council candidate Lori Droste led opponent George Beier by a 0.38-point lead, or 16 votes, according to updated ranked-choice voting results from the Alameda County Registrar of Voters.
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As of Wednesday evening, District 8 City Council candidate Lori Droste led opponent George Beier by a 0.38-point lead, or 16 votes, according to updated ranked-choice voting results from the Alameda County Registrar of Voters.
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As of Wednesday evening, two City Council races were still too close to call pending the inclusion of mail-in ballots. Though incumbent Kriss Worthington and candidate George Beier led in their races for District 7 and 8, respectively, the numbers were too close to decisively call the winners.
As of Wednesday evening, two City Council races were still too close to call pending the inclusion of mail-in ballots. Though incumbent Kriss Worthington and candidate George Beier led in their races for District 7 and 8, respectively, the numbers were too close to decisively call the winners.