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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 28, 2022

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Mary Kay Clunies-Ross

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Some residents vying for housing in the building lined up as early as 5:30 a.m., anticipating large crowds when the doors opened at 11 a.m.
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Some residents vying for housing in the building lined up as early as 5:30 a.m., anticipating large crowds when the doors opened at 11 a.m.
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Two items that will be presented to Berkeley City Council in coming weeks could allow drivers with vehicles not registered in Berkeley to obtain residential parking permits and allow all permit holders to park beyond the 72-hour limit in certain zones.
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Two items that will be presented to Berkeley City Council in coming weeks could allow drivers with vehicles not registered in Berkeley to obtain residential parking permits and allow all permit holders to park beyond the 72-hour limit in certain zones.
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Moody’s Investors Service announced Tuesday that Berkeley would be one of 32 Californian cities whose bond credit ratings will be under review.
Moody’s Investors Service announced Tuesday that Berkeley would be one of 32 Californian cities whose bond credit ratings will be under review.
Since the opening of the newly renovated Memorial Stadium earlier this fall, the masses of fans occupying the stands during the game and subsequently flooding the surrounding streets have been a welcome boon to local eateries and shops.
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Since the opening of the newly renovated Memorial Stadium earlier this fall, the masses of fans occupying the stands during the game and subsequently flooding the surrounding streets have been a welcome boon to local eateries and shops.
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The Berkeley City Council will vote to add two new city positions to train community leaders for disaster situations, gather disaster preparation materials and start free emergency training classes at their meeting Tuesday night.
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The Berkeley City Council will vote to add two new city positions to train community leaders for disaster situations, gather disaster preparation materials and start free emergency training classes at their meeting Tuesday night.
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Students and community members who have waited 10 months for the reopening of two of Telegraph Avenue’s most popular eateries may have to wait a little longer.
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Students and community members who have waited 10 months for the reopening of two of Telegraph Avenue’s most popular eateries may have to wait a little longer.
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Berkeley taxi driver Nestor Salo begins his days long before the sun rises and works seven days a week between his three part-time jobs.
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Berkeley taxi driver Nestor Salo begins his days long before the sun rises and works seven days a week between his three part-time jobs.
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City enforcement has been giving taxi drivers three different fines for one incident, resulting in a referral by Councilmember Kriss Worthington to establish a policy of issuing just one citation for a single parking violation.
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City enforcement has been giving taxi drivers three different fines for one incident, resulting in a referral by Councilmember Kriss Worthington to establish a policy of issuing just one citation for a single parking violation.
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After more than a year of negotiations, the Berkeley Police Association and the city have tentatively reached a pension agreement to be voted upon at the Sept. 11 Berkeley City Council meeting.
After more than a year of negotiations, the Berkeley Police Association and the city have tentatively reached a pension agreement to be voted upon at the Sept. 11 Berkeley City Council meeting.
The California legislature will vote this Friday on a bill that would significantly impact local and state public employees.
The California legislature will vote this Friday on a bill that would significantly impact local and state public employees.