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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 01, 2023

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The California Association of Realtors, or CAR, formally apologized for historically supporting exclusionary housing practices, including redlining and the overturning of California’s first fair housing law.
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The California Association of Realtors, or CAR, formally apologized for historically supporting exclusionary housing practices, including redlining and the overturning of California’s first fair housing law.
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Berkeley, a city that is no stranger to community organizing, is home to a diverse array of unions representing everyone from tenants and student researchers to campus librarians and lecturers.
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Berkeley, a city that is no stranger to community organizing, is home to a diverse array of unions representing everyone from tenants and student researchers to campus librarians and lecturers.
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Berkeley City Council members agreed to build affordable housing, remove construction height limits and address exclusionary zoning.
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Berkeley City Council members agreed to build affordable housing, remove construction height limits and address exclusionary zoning.
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Berkeley City Council’s passage of an ordinance that limits the development of accessory dwelling units, or ADUs, and junior accessory dwelling units, or JADUs, in the Berkeley Hills, may allegedly be in violation of state law.
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Berkeley City Council’s passage of an ordinance that limits the development of accessory dwelling units, or ADUs, and junior accessory dwelling units, or JADUs, in the Berkeley Hills, may allegedly be in violation of state law.
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Berkeley City Council recently approved a $53 million investment in building affordable housing around the Ashby and North Berkeley BART stations.
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Berkeley City Council recently approved a $53 million investment in building affordable housing around the Ashby and North Berkeley BART stations.
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During a short ASUC general meeting Wednesday, ASUC officials and meeting attendees discussed hotel prices in the Berkeley area, plans for the fall semester and Graduate Assembly restructuring plans.
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During a short ASUC general meeting Wednesday, ASUC officials and meeting attendees discussed hotel prices in the Berkeley area, plans for the fall semester and Graduate Assembly restructuring plans.
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When a Berkeley tenant’s roommate, a student at UC Berkeley, left the city a month before the pandemic unfolded, the tenant decided to renew the lease on their rent-controlled apartment. The tenant said they thought they could find another roommate, and they reckoned it would be hard to find a cheaper place to live.
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When a Berkeley tenant’s roommate, a student at UC Berkeley, left the city a month before the pandemic unfolded, the tenant decided to renew the lease on their rent-controlled apartment. The tenant said they thought they could find another roommate, and they reckoned it would be hard to find a cheaper place to live.
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About two million California residents were behind on rent payments in August, a UC Berkeley study by campus professor Carolina Reid estimated.
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About two million California residents were behind on rent payments in August, a UC Berkeley study by campus professor Carolina Reid estimated.
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On Monday, California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed into law a bundle of housing-related bills intended to accelerate development and provide new rights to tenants, and he announced an additional $137 million in funding for the state’s pioneering Homekey project.
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On Monday, California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed into law a bundle of housing-related bills intended to accelerate development and provide new rights to tenants, and he announced an additional $137 million in funding for the state’s pioneering Homekey project.
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Though local ordinances have suspended penalties for late rent payments as a result of the pandemic, concerns regarding holds on class registrations for students living in university housing with overdue payments were addressed at a Berkeley Tenants Union press conference Tuesday.
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Though local ordinances have suspended penalties for late rent payments as a result of the pandemic, concerns regarding holds on class registrations for students living in university housing with overdue payments were addressed at a Berkeley Tenants Union press conference Tuesday.
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