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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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When Berkeley City Council member Terry Taplin and his partner lost their apartment in the Southside neighborhood and lived with Taplin’s mother for a few weeks, he came out to his mom. She kicked them out, making them temporarily homeless.
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When Berkeley City Council member Terry Taplin and his partner lost their apartment in the Southside neighborhood and lived with Taplin’s mother for a few weeks, he came out to his mom. She kicked them out, making them temporarily homeless.
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A self-described justice advocate and Berkeley native, Terry Taplin is running to be the next District 2 City Council member.
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A self-described justice advocate and Berkeley native, Terry Taplin is running to be the next District 2 City Council member.
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Two initiatives will be up for a vote at the next Berkeley City Council meeting Tuesday — one that seeks to provide protections for immigrants and another that denounces white supremacy.
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Two initiatives will be up for a vote at the next Berkeley City Council meeting Tuesday — one that seeks to provide protections for immigrants and another that denounces white supremacy.
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During the November general election, Berkeley community members elected four Asian American officials, which seems to be the most to ever serve Berkeley at one time, including the first Asian American City Council members in 41 years.
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During the November general election, Berkeley community members elected four Asian American officials, which seems to be the most to ever serve Berkeley at one time, including the first Asian American City Council members in 41 years.
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Berkeley community members said goodbye to Kriss Worthington on Friday at Old City Hall on his last night as a District 7 City Council member.
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Berkeley community members said goodbye to Kriss Worthington on Friday at Old City Hall on his last night as a District 7 City Council member.
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It was an emotional night for City Council members and constituents, as the community said its goodbyes to long-time councilmembers Linda Maio and Kriss Worthington at Tuesday’s regular meeting.
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It was an emotional night for City Council members and constituents, as the community said its goodbyes to long-time councilmembers Linda Maio and Kriss Worthington at Tuesday’s regular meeting.
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Berkeley City Council will convene Tuesday to review a number of items, which consider the safe storage of firearms and the timeline of the application process for cannabis retail.
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Berkeley City Council will convene Tuesday to review a number of items, which consider the safe storage of firearms and the timeline of the application process for cannabis retail.
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In an attempt to create more student housing, Berkeley City Council unanimously voted to allocate $250,000 to student housing on Southside at its regular meeting Tuesday night.
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In an attempt to create more student housing, Berkeley City Council unanimously voted to allocate $250,000 to student housing on Southside at its regular meeting Tuesday night.
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In recent months, Gov. Jerry Brown has signed numerous criminal justice reform bills on topics ranging from bail reform and an overhaul of rules regarding felony murder charges to revisions of juvenile detention law.
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In recent months, Gov. Jerry Brown has signed numerous criminal justice reform bills on topics ranging from bail reform and an overhaul of rules regarding felony murder charges to revisions of juvenile detention law.
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The referral for the city manager, which was sent by Councilmembers Kriss Worthington and Cheryl Davila, notes that for the past 15 years, the city has run a storm shelter and currently has $31,000 set aside to operate a shelter — but it has not yet identified a location for this year.
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The referral for the city manager, which was sent by Councilmembers Kriss Worthington and Cheryl Davila, notes that for the past 15 years, the city has run a storm shelter and currently has $31,000 set aside to operate a shelter — but it has not yet identified a location for this year.
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