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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 05, 2022

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Berkeley City Council held a special meeting Thursday evening to consider two appeals on land use decisions made by the Landmarks Preservation Commission, or LPC, and the Zoning Adjustments Board, or ZAB.
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Berkeley City Council held a special meeting Thursday evening to consider two appeals on land use decisions made by the Landmarks Preservation Commission, or LPC, and the Zoning Adjustments Board, or ZAB.
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After contentious discussion among Berkeley residents, the Landmarks Preservation Commission denied landmark designation to the William H. and Esther L. Payson House during an online meeting Thursday.
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After contentious discussion among Berkeley residents, the Landmarks Preservation Commission denied landmark designation to the William H. and Esther L. Payson House during an online meeting Thursday.
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An Alameda County judge denied a petition for a mandate that would have allowed developers to build on about 28,000 square feet at the city of Berkeley's 1900 Fourth Street location.
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An Alameda County judge denied a petition for a mandate that would have allowed developers to build on about 28,000 square feet at the city of Berkeley's 1900 Fourth Street location.
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The Woo Hon Fai Hall building, previously home to the Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive, or BAMPFA, is a city landmark that will be part of a new research center called the BioEnginuity Hub.
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The Woo Hon Fai Hall building, previously home to the Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive, or BAMPFA, is a city landmark that will be part of a new research center called the BioEnginuity Hub.
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According to the proposal, two separate buildings will be constructed: a 132-unit residential building and an academic building for the Goldman School of Public Policy.
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According to the proposal, two separate buildings will be constructed: a 132-unit residential building and an academic building for the Goldman School of Public Policy.
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The developers of 1900 Fourth St. intend to sue the city of Berkeley if expedited development of their project is not approved.
The developers of 1900 Fourth St. intend to sue the city of Berkeley if expedited development of their project is not approved.
Years of resistance from community members failed to keep Berkeley Honda out of its new location, which opened for business March 23.
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Years of resistance from community members failed to keep Berkeley Honda out of its new location, which opened for business March 23.
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In what was one of the most well-attended Zoning Adjustments Board meetings in the last four years, representatives of city groups and other community members met last Thursday to comment on the potential consequences of the West Berkeley Project and evaluate its draft Environmental Impact Report.
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In what was one of the most well-attended Zoning Adjustments Board meetings in the last four years, representatives of city groups and other community members met last Thursday to comment on the potential consequences of the West Berkeley Project and evaluate its draft Environmental Impact Report.
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Amid neighborhood concerns, the city’s Zoning Adjustments Board, or ZAB, granted use permits to Berkeley Honda Sept. 8 that will allow its full service car dealership to move to a new location on Shattuck Ave.
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Amid neighborhood concerns, the city’s Zoning Adjustments Board, or ZAB, granted use permits to Berkeley Honda Sept. 8 that will allow its full service car dealership to move to a new location on Shattuck Ave.
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Berkeley City Council met Tuesday to discuss two competing ballot initiatives to increase the minimum wage, one by City Council — which was motioned to be made into an ordinance instead of a ballot measure — and one by citizens of Berkeley — both of which were approved for the November ballot.
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Berkeley City Council met Tuesday to discuss two competing ballot initiatives to increase the minimum wage, one by City Council — which was motioned to be made into an ordinance instead of a ballot measure — and one by citizens of Berkeley — both of which were approved for the November ballot.
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