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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Kriss Worthington

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Out of the many items and initiatives that Worthington advocated for while on the council, he said his most “significant accomplishments” were giving platforms to younger generations and people of color to serve in public office.
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Out of the many items and initiatives that Worthington advocated for while on the council, he said his most “significant accomplishments” were giving platforms to younger generations and people of color to serve in public office.
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After more than two decades on the Berkeley City Council, this November will mark Councilmember Linda Maio’s last month as the elected official for District 1.
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After more than two decades on the Berkeley City Council, this November will mark Councilmember Linda Maio’s last month as the elected official for District 1.
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Resolutions to support local workers unions, a proposal to increase safety at San Pablo Park and the provision of mobile showers for homeless individuals are some of the items on the agenda for Tuesday’s regular Berkeley City Council meeting.
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Resolutions to support local workers unions, a proposal to increase safety at San Pablo Park and the provision of mobile showers for homeless individuals are some of the items on the agenda for Tuesday’s regular Berkeley City Council meeting.
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For many UC Berkeley students, voting in this year’s election included the task of deciding whether to register in Berkeley or in their hometown — a decision that potentially impacted the outcomes of local elections.
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For many UC Berkeley students, voting in this year’s election included the task of deciding whether to register in Berkeley or in their hometown — a decision that potentially impacted the outcomes of local elections.
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The results of Election Day perpetuated a series of flips and changes on the local, state and national stages. Among the highlights — a national flip in the House of Representatives, a state rejection of the expansion of rent control and a contentious Berkeley City Council District 1 race.
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The results of Election Day perpetuated a series of flips and changes on the local, state and national stages. Among the highlights — a national flip in the House of Representatives, a state rejection of the expansion of rent control and a contentious Berkeley City Council District 1 race.
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With the election of Rigel Robinson to the Berkeley City Council District 7 seat and Soli Alpert and James Chang to the Rent Stabilization Board, students once again show an interest in local politics.
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With the election of Rigel Robinson to the Berkeley City Council District 7 seat and Soli Alpert and James Chang to the Rent Stabilization Board, students once again show an interest in local politics.
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Robinson, who graduated from UC Berkeley as a political economy major this year, placed student representation at the center of his bid for the City Council seat.
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Robinson, who graduated from UC Berkeley as a political economy major this year, placed student representation at the center of his bid for the City Council seat.
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Berkeley residents had a chance to vote on seven local measures — three Alameda County measures, four city of Berkeley measures — on their November ballots. All passed as of press time about 2 a.m.
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Berkeley residents had a chance to vote on seven local measures — three Alameda County measures, four city of Berkeley measures — on their November ballots. All passed as of press time about 2 a.m.
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The units in the eight-story building are designed for students, but the building will be privately owned and not part of campus housing.
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The units in the eight-story building are designed for students, but the building will be privately owned and not part of campus housing.
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At its regular Tuesday meeting, the City Council plans to discuss the Berkeley Police Department’s midyear crime report, the City Council chambers’ possible move to Addison Street, and a franchise agreement with FlixBus, which could set up a transit system ranging from UC Berkeley’s campus to various California cities.
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At its regular Tuesday meeting, the City Council plans to discuss the Berkeley Police Department’s midyear crime report, the City Council chambers’ possible move to Addison Street, and a franchise agreement with FlixBus, which could set up a transit system ranging from UC Berkeley’s campus to various California cities.
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