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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 01, 2023

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Utilizing funding from Measure FF – a 2020 Berkeley ordinance increasing funding for emergency response, fire mitigation and wildfire prevention – Berkeley Fire Department, or BFD, has “bolstered” its workforce and expanded personnel to address changes in the annual fire season, according to BFD Assistant Fire Chief Keith May.
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Utilizing funding from Measure FF – a 2020 Berkeley ordinance increasing funding for emergency response, fire mitigation and wildfire prevention – Berkeley Fire Department, or BFD, has “bolstered” its workforce and expanded personnel to address changes in the annual fire season, according to BFD Assistant Fire Chief Keith May.
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The Berkeley Fire Department responded to an RV on fire next to a structure on the 1100 block of Second Street on Monday afternoon. 
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The Berkeley Fire Department responded to an RV on fire next to a structure on the 1100 block of Second Street on Monday afternoon. 
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As California’s wildfire season approaches, the Berkeley Fire Department and the city of Berkeley have prepared a variety of resources in anticipation of the hot and dry months ahead.
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As California’s wildfire season approaches, the Berkeley Fire Department and the city of Berkeley have prepared a variety of resources in anticipation of the hot and dry months ahead.
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The Berkeley Fire Department responded to a large fire at an apartment on the 3000 block of Sacramento Street on Tuesday morning.
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The Berkeley Fire Department responded to a large fire at an apartment on the 3000 block of Sacramento Street on Tuesday morning.
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The Office of Emergency Services, or OES, in Alameda County launched a Zonehaven “Know Your Zone” campaign Tuesday to prepare residents for future emergencies in their neighborhoods.
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The Office of Emergency Services, or OES, in Alameda County launched a Zonehaven “Know Your Zone” campaign Tuesday to prepare residents for future emergencies in their neighborhoods.
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A house fire on the 1000 block of 67th Street on Monday afternoon left five uninjured residents and two pets without a home to return to that evening, except that which the American Red Cross can provide them with.
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A house fire on the 1000 block of 67th Street on Monday afternoon left five uninjured residents and two pets without a home to return to that evening, except that which the American Red Cross can provide them with.
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With COVID-19 shifting the traditional workplace to remote work and posing a wide variety of challenges, both the city of Berkeley and UC Berkeley have developed useful virtual work strategies that may carry forward into the future. 
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With COVID-19 shifting the traditional workplace to remote work and posing a wide variety of challenges, both the city of Berkeley and UC Berkeley have developed useful virtual work strategies that may carry forward into the future. 
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The University Avenue fire that occurred Nov. 21 displaced about 20 Berkeley residents, in addition to blocking off car access to several businesses.
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The University Avenue fire that occurred Nov. 21 displaced about 20 Berkeley residents, in addition to blocking off car access to several businesses.
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An apartment building in the 2600 block of Etna Street in Berkeley’s Elmwood neighborhood caught fire at 1:50 a.m. Nov. 16, one of several recent fires in the city.
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An apartment building in the 2600 block of Etna Street in Berkeley’s Elmwood neighborhood caught fire at 1:50 a.m. Nov. 16, one of several recent fires in the city.
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The Berkeley Fire Department is continuing to respond to a fire on the 2000 block of University Avenue that was reported at 5:39 p.m. Saturday, and as of Monday afternoon, the fire is not out.
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The Berkeley Fire Department is continuing to respond to a fire on the 2000 block of University Avenue that was reported at 5:39 p.m. Saturday, and as of Monday afternoon, the fire is not out.
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