BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 27, 2022

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Mark Rhoades

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A controversial proposal for a residential development in northwest Berkeley will be sent back to the city Zoning Adjustments Board for consideration after Berkeley City Council members sided with a community appeal against the project at Tuesday evening’s regular meeting.
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A controversial proposal for a residential development in northwest Berkeley will be sent back to the city Zoning Adjustments Board for consideration after Berkeley City Council members sided with a community appeal against the project at Tuesday evening’s regular meeting.
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Berkeley City Council conducted a public hearing for a Zoning Adjustments Board, or ZAB, appeal and approved free showers for the homeless and a budget referral to increase safety at San Pablo Park at Tuesday’s regular meeting.
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Berkeley City Council conducted a public hearing for a Zoning Adjustments Board, or ZAB, appeal and approved free showers for the homeless and a budget referral to increase safety at San Pablo Park at Tuesday’s regular meeting.
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Two consolidated petitions against a building project on 2211 Harold Way were denied last week on the grounds that they failed to prove that the city lacked discretion in its approval of the development.
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Two consolidated petitions against a building project on 2211 Harold Way were denied last week on the grounds that they failed to prove that the city lacked discretion in its approval of the development.
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After officially closing in 2009, Spats Restaurant and Saloon — a Downtown bar known for its funky, eclectic atmosphere — celebrated its reopening under new ownership at a ceremony Wednesday.
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After officially closing in 2009, Spats Restaurant and Saloon — a Downtown bar known for its funky, eclectic atmosphere — celebrated its reopening under new ownership at a ceremony Wednesday.
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The Zoning Adjustments Board voted to approve a contentious 18-story mixed use building at a special meeting Wednesday night, providing the developers the required use permits to begin construction amid ongoing community concerns.
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The Zoning Adjustments Board voted to approve a contentious 18-story mixed use building at a special meeting Wednesday night, providing the developers the required use permits to begin construction amid ongoing community concerns.
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Berkeley City Council passed an amended resolution Tuesday that will advise the Zoning Adjustments Board on determining significant community benefits from Downtown high-rises that were proposed under a development plan approved in 2012.
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Berkeley City Council passed an amended resolution Tuesday that will advise the Zoning Adjustments Board on determining significant community benefits from Downtown high-rises that were proposed under a development plan approved in 2012.
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Developers continued to face disapproval from community members over the planning of a Downtown mixed-use building during a Thursday meeting of the Landmarks Preservation Commission, or LPC.
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Developers continued to face disapproval from community members over the planning of a Downtown mixed-use building during a Thursday meeting of the Landmarks Preservation Commission, or LPC.
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The group involved in the construction of a contentious 18-story mixed-use building on Harold Way is planning another development project on Blake Street.
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The group involved in the construction of a contentious 18-story mixed-use building on Harold Way is planning another development project on Blake Street.
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The Berkeley City Council deferred voting on the construction of two proposed “mini-dorm” duplexes over concerns of an increase in population density in the neighborhood on Tuesday during a special meeting, pending further review by the Zoning Adjustment Board of newly-submitted construction plans.
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The Berkeley City Council deferred voting on the construction of two proposed “mini-dorm” duplexes over concerns of an increase in population density in the neighborhood on Tuesday during a special meeting, pending further review by the Zoning Adjustment Board of newly-submitted construction plans.
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