BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 28, 2022

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Mark Gergen

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Over a year after the Downtown Berkeley balcony collapse that killed six people and injured seven, the California Contractors State License Board, or CSLB, filed a formal accusation Tuesday to revoke or suspend the license of Segue Construction Inc., the company responsible for the balcony’s construction.
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Over a year after the Downtown Berkeley balcony collapse that killed six people and injured seven, the California Contractors State License Board, or CSLB, filed a formal accusation Tuesday to revoke or suspend the license of Segue Construction Inc., the company responsible for the balcony’s construction.
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A year after the collapse of a balcony on the fourth floor of the Library Gardens apartment complex, where five Irish students and one California resident fell to their deaths, the city of Berkeley has implemented safer construction regulations and formed stronger relations with Ireland in the wake of the tragedy.
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A year after the collapse of a balcony on the fourth floor of the Library Gardens apartment complex, where five Irish students and one California resident fell to their deaths, the city of Berkeley has implemented safer construction regulations and formed stronger relations with Ireland in the wake of the tragedy.
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A U.S. Superior Court judge ruled Tuesday that the victims of last year’s Downtown Berkeley balcony collapse accident may press for punitive damages against the building’s owner, manager and construction company.
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A U.S. Superior Court judge ruled Tuesday that the victims of last year’s Downtown Berkeley balcony collapse accident may press for punitive damages against the building’s owner, manager and construction company.
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The Alameda County District Attorney’s office conducted destructive testing in the presence of relevant witnesses as part of their investigation into the cause of the balcony collapse that killed six and injured seven in Berkeley in June.
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The Alameda County District Attorney’s office conducted destructive testing in the presence of relevant witnesses as part of their investigation into the cause of the balcony collapse that killed six and injured seven in Berkeley in June.
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A month before the expiration of dependent coverage under UC Berkeley’s Student Health Insurance Plan, some students have struggled with whether to sign up for a campus grant that would help them afford new health insurance but requires releasing their ability to make legal claims against the University of California.
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A month before the expiration of dependent coverage under UC Berkeley’s Student Health Insurance Plan, some students have struggled with whether to sign up for a campus grant that would help them afford new health insurance but requires releasing their ability to make legal claims against the University of California.
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The construction company responsible for building a balcony that collapsed in Berkeley on Tuesday morning, resulting in six deaths, has been involved in multiple legal battles for allegedly failing to meet state and local construction codes.
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The construction company responsible for building a balcony that collapsed in Berkeley on Tuesday morning, resulting in six deaths, has been involved in multiple legal battles for allegedly failing to meet state and local construction codes.
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Experts say the balcony collapse that killed six people and seriously injured seven others early Tuesday morning, sending shockwaves across the Bay Area and Ireland, was likely due to dry rot.
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Experts say the balcony collapse that killed six people and seriously injured seven others early Tuesday morning, sending shockwaves across the Bay Area and Ireland, was likely due to dry rot.
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