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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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The city of Berkeley’s Zoning Adjustment Board, or ZAB, approved land use plans for the construction of two research and development buildings and two parking structures at Bolivar Drive and Aquatic Park Path on May 27.
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The city of Berkeley’s Zoning Adjustment Board, or ZAB, approved land use plans for the construction of two research and development buildings and two parking structures at Bolivar Drive and Aquatic Park Path on May 27.
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The city of Berkeley’s Zoning Adjustments Board approved a plan Oct. 25 to construct an 18-story building with 274 new apartment units at 2190 Shattuck Ave. in Downtown Berkeley, the current location of a Walgreens.
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The city of Berkeley’s Zoning Adjustments Board approved a plan Oct. 25 to construct an 18-story building with 274 new apartment units at 2190 Shattuck Ave. in Downtown Berkeley, the current location of a Walgreens.
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A proposed 18-story high-rise on Shattuck Avenue may potentially obstruct the view of the Golden Gate Bridge from Berkeley’s Campanile Way.
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A proposed 18-story high-rise on Shattuck Avenue may potentially obstruct the view of the Golden Gate Bridge from Berkeley’s Campanile Way.
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Newly elected Berkeley City Councilmember Kate Harrison was sworn into office Wednesday at Old City Hall, fulfilling the District 4 vacancy left by Mayor Jesse Arreguín.
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Newly elected Berkeley City Councilmember Kate Harrison was sworn into office Wednesday at Old City Hall, fulfilling the District 4 vacancy left by Mayor Jesse Arreguín.
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The city of Berkeley is accepting applications from companies interested in providing one-way car share.
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The city of Berkeley is accepting applications from companies interested in providing one-way car share.
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In 2004, two UC Berkeley students, roommates Jason Overman and Jesse Arreguin, swore in as Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board commissioners. On Thursday, 12 years later, the two found themselves in Old City Hall as Arreguin swore into a city position once again — this time, as Berkeley’s first Latino mayor.
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In 2004, two UC Berkeley students, roommates Jason Overman and Jesse Arreguin, swore in as Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board commissioners. On Thursday, 12 years later, the two found themselves in Old City Hall as Arreguin swore into a city position once again — this time, as Berkeley’s first Latino mayor.
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Three years after the project was originally approved, construction to build a 205-unit apartment complex on a strip of buildings on University Avenue is slated to begin in 2017, following the property’s recent change in ownership.
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Three years after the project was originally approved, construction to build a 205-unit apartment complex on a strip of buildings on University Avenue is slated to begin in 2017, following the property’s recent change in ownership.
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Since 1982, the Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board has existed to regulate increases in rent, mediate conflicts between landlords and tenants and develop housing legislation.
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Since 1982, the Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board has existed to regulate increases in rent, mediate conflicts between landlords and tenants and develop housing legislation.
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