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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Kriss Worthington

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The Downtown Berkeley BART station plaza, which has been under construction since 2016, is set to be completed this month. A controversial recommendation from Mayor Jesse Arreguín would enforce regulations of unpermitted lodging — through California Penal Code Section 647(e) — and sidewalk obstruction.
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The Downtown Berkeley BART station plaza, which has been under construction since 2016, is set to be completed this month. A controversial recommendation from Mayor Jesse Arreguín would enforce regulations of unpermitted lodging — through California Penal Code Section 647(e) — and sidewalk obstruction.
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Carrasco, a campus senior studying political science, has been a commissioner on the Youth Commission since August 2017 and has now taken on former Youth Commission chair Alexandria Tesch’s position.
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Carrasco, a campus senior studying political science, has been a commissioner on the Youth Commission since August 2017 and has now taken on former Youth Commission chair Alexandria Tesch’s position.
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The study was conducted by economists Sylvia Allegretto, Anna Godoey, Michael Reich and Carl Nadler through the campus’s Institute for Research on Labor and Employment. It is one of the first studies to look at employment effects of minimum wages above $10, according to Nadler.
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The study was conducted by economists Sylvia Allegretto, Anna Godoey, Michael Reich and Carl Nadler through the campus’s Institute for Research on Labor and Employment. It is one of the first studies to look at employment effects of minimum wages above $10, according to Nadler.
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The bill would add specific records regarding complaints involving officers to the list of records accessible through a California Public Records Act request.
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The bill would add specific records regarding complaints involving officers to the list of records accessible through a California Public Records Act request.
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According to Niche, Berkeley scored an A-plus in categories ranging from quality of public schools to nightlife, weather, commute and living situation for families. It also came in first as the “healthiest” city in the United States. But the city scores lower in other criteria, such as crime and safety, housing and cost of living.
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According to Niche, Berkeley scored an A-plus in categories ranging from quality of public schools to nightlife, weather, commute and living situation for families. It also came in first as the “healthiest” city in the United States. But the city scores lower in other criteria, such as crime and safety, housing and cost of living.
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California may begin the process of systematically erasing and reducing sentences for marijuana possession through a bill now on Gov. Jerry Brown’s desk for signing.
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California may begin the process of systematically erasing and reducing sentences for marijuana possession through a bill now on Gov. Jerry Brown’s desk for signing.
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The complex, located a block from the west entrance of UC Berkeley’s campus on 2145 University Ave., will be made up of four buildings containing 205 apartments and 14,000 square feet of retail space. Residents are expected to move in starting mid-2020, according to a Mill Creek Residential press release.
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The complex, located a block from the west entrance of UC Berkeley’s campus on 2145 University Ave., will be made up of four buildings containing 205 apartments and 14,000 square feet of retail space. Residents are expected to move in starting mid-2020, according to a Mill Creek Residential press release.
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City officials are currently exploring possible locations for a new permanent shelter that will replace the Berkeley Emergency Storm Shelter, or BESS, after a brainstorming session last week.
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City officials are currently exploring possible locations for a new permanent shelter that will replace the Berkeley Emergency Storm Shelter, or BESS, after a brainstorming session last week.
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Bartlett, who represents District 3 in South Berkeley, was pulled over by Berkeley Police Department officer Stephanie Cole for allegedly running a red light July 19. He immediately identified himself as a City Council member, told Cole that he actively supported pay raises for Berkeley police officers and disclosed information about a closed-session City Council vote on officer contracts.
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Bartlett, who represents District 3 in South Berkeley, was pulled over by Berkeley Police Department officer Stephanie Cole for allegedly running a red light July 19. He immediately identified himself as a City Council member, told Cole that he actively supported pay raises for Berkeley police officers and disclosed information about a closed-session City Council vote on officer contracts.
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Half of the city council could see a change come November, and there are fourteen people running in total for the four district seats.
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Half of the city council could see a change come November, and there are fourteen people running in total for the four district seats.
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