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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 19, 2023

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Kriss Worthington

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Special Rapporteur Leilani Farha attended a community forum and visited Bay Area homeless encampments to meet with members of the homeless community while drafting the report.
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Special Rapporteur Leilani Farha attended a community forum and visited Bay Area homeless encampments to meet with members of the homeless community while drafting the report.
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Cecilia “Ces” Rosales, a candidate for the Berkeley City Council's District 7 seat, generated controversy by using a photo of community members without their consent in campaign materials and by identifying herself as the “1st Asian Candidate for Berkeley City Council in 40 years.”
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Cecilia “Ces” Rosales, a candidate for the Berkeley City Council's District 7 seat, generated controversy by using a photo of community members without their consent in campaign materials and by identifying herself as the “1st Asian Candidate for Berkeley City Council in 40 years.”
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Both Democratic candidates have similar platforms, hoping to address the housing crisis, environmental issues and the criminal justice system.
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Both Democratic candidates have similar platforms, hoping to address the housing crisis, environmental issues and the criminal justice system.
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Homeless services, affordable housing and the environment are among the issues Berkeley residents will vote on in the November election. Here is the breakdown for the four measures — Measures O, P, Q and R — that the Berkeley City Council placed on the ballot.
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Homeless services, affordable housing and the environment are among the issues Berkeley residents will vote on in the November election. Here is the breakdown for the four measures — Measures O, P, Q and R — that the Berkeley City Council placed on the ballot.
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A residence hall to be known as “The Enclave” is currently being constructed on an empty lot at the corner of Haste Street and Telegraph Avenue.
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A residence hall to be known as “The Enclave” is currently being constructed on an empty lot at the corner of Haste Street and Telegraph Avenue.
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Although the Community Health Commission, or CHC, called to suspend the approval and rollout of cannabis regulation until the proposed health standards are implemented, the City Council decided to move forward with cannabis legislation while also considering the health concerns of the CHC.
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Although the Community Health Commission, or CHC, called to suspend the approval and rollout of cannabis regulation until the proposed health standards are implemented, the City Council decided to move forward with cannabis legislation while also considering the health concerns of the CHC.
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Berkeley resident Jan Sturmann has built four tiny homes in the past five years — he’s almost done building his fifth, and it’s looking for a home of its own.
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Berkeley resident Jan Sturmann has built four tiny homes in the past five years — he’s almost done building his fifth, and it’s looking for a home of its own.
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Gov. Jerry Brown recently passed three bills that tackle the housing shortage by increasing housing development near BART stations, addressing homelessness in the city of Berkeley and promoting student housing development throughout California.
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Gov. Jerry Brown recently passed three bills that tackle the housing shortage by increasing housing development near BART stations, addressing homelessness in the city of Berkeley and promoting student housing development throughout California.
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In addition to the rise, employees of most businesses will now also receive more paid sick leave, according to a city of Berkeley press release.
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In addition to the rise, employees of most businesses will now also receive more paid sick leave, according to a city of Berkeley press release.
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The city of Berkeley swore in two UC Berkeley students into city government commissioner positions Friday.
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The city of Berkeley swore in two UC Berkeley students into city government commissioner positions Friday.
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