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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Matthai Chakko

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Martin Luther King Jr. Way will be revamped to be in line with Vision Zero which intends to improve traffic safety.
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Martin Luther King Jr. Way will be revamped to be in line with Vision Zero which intends to improve traffic safety.
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Allegations of misconduct against Berkeley Police Department, or BPD, were brought to Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín and City Council Thursday, prompting an external investigation.
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Allegations of misconduct against Berkeley Police Department, or BPD, were brought to Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín and City Council Thursday, prompting an external investigation.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom lauded efforts to clear houseless encampments throughout the state in a press release Aug. 26.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom lauded efforts to clear houseless encampments throughout the state in a press release Aug. 26.
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Six Berkeley residents have tested positive for probable cases of monkeypox, according to Tuesday city press release.
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Six Berkeley residents have tested positive for probable cases of monkeypox, according to Tuesday city press release.
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While Alameda County has reinstated an indoor mask policy, the city of Berkeley has instead chosen to hold off on doing so.
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While Alameda County has reinstated an indoor mask policy, the city of Berkeley has instead chosen to hold off on doing so.
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The council authorized the sale of $40 million in general obligation bonds to support affordable housing and separately referred millions of dollars to address houselessness.
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The council authorized the sale of $40 million in general obligation bonds to support affordable housing and separately referred millions of dollars to address houselessness.
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The city of Berkeley released a guide Nov. 24 for the renting and disposing of holiday trees, with the purpose of minimizing the negative environmental impact of the holidays.
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The city of Berkeley released a guide Nov. 24 for the renting and disposing of holiday trees, with the purpose of minimizing the negative environmental impact of the holidays.
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As California begins a return to normalcy following its June 15 reopening date, the city of Berkeley lifted a broad range of COVID-19 restrictions Tuesday following state guidelines. 
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As California begins a return to normalcy following its June 15 reopening date, the city of Berkeley lifted a broad range of COVID-19 restrictions Tuesday following state guidelines. 
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PeopleForBikes, a cycling advocacy group, announced Tuesday  that Berkeley earned the top spot for best midsized city to bike in in the United States, per its 2021 city ratings.
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PeopleForBikes, a cycling advocacy group, announced Tuesday  that Berkeley earned the top spot for best midsized city to bike in in the United States, per its 2021 city ratings.
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California’s Beyond the Blueprint framework will shape how people return to “mega” events in the state with vaccination and testing requirements effective June 15.
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California’s Beyond the Blueprint framework will shape how people return to “mega” events in the state with vaccination and testing requirements effective June 15.
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