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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 07, 2023

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The city of Berkeley is set to become one of the first cities in the nation to incorporate blockchain technology in its municipal bond market.
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The city of Berkeley is set to become one of the first cities in the nation to incorporate blockchain technology in its municipal bond market.
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National Night Out is returning to Berkeley on Aug. 3, allowing city residents to participate in the event organized by the BPD Community Services Bureau.
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National Night Out is returning to Berkeley on Aug. 3, allowing city residents to participate in the event organized by the BPD Community Services Bureau.
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In addition to the personal complications of adapting to a pandemic, Berkeley city council members have also had the state of the city weighing on them.
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In addition to the personal complications of adapting to a pandemic, Berkeley city council members have also had the state of the city weighing on them.
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California State Treasurer Fiona Ma released data indicating “impressive” increases in affordable housing production around the state in 2020.
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California State Treasurer Fiona Ma released data indicating “impressive” increases in affordable housing production around the state in 2020.
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Mayor Arreguín’s virtual town hall Monday provided COVID-19 updates, including information regarding the new strain of COVID-19 from the United Kingdom.
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Mayor Arreguín’s virtual town hall Monday provided COVID-19 updates, including information regarding the new strain of COVID-19 from the United Kingdom.
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The Berkeley City Council will discuss two items Tuesday night focused on preventing gun violence, according to the City Council agenda.
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The Berkeley City Council will discuss two items Tuesday night focused on preventing gun violence, according to the City Council agenda.
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Candidates Leah Simon-Weisberg, Andy Kelley, Xavier Johnson, Dominique Walker and Mari Mendonca are leading the race for Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board as of press time, where they will work to regulate rent, provide tenants with protections and maintain affordable housing.
Candidates Leah Simon-Weisberg, Andy Kelley, Xavier Johnson, Dominique Walker and Mari Mendonca are leading the race for Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board as of press time, where they will work to regulate rent, provide tenants with protections and maintain affordable housing.
Despite restricted budgets, the city and state are actively providing support and coming up with ideas on how to protect residents during the COVID-19 pandemic, said Berkeley officials and California state Sen. Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, during a town hall Saturday.
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Despite restricted budgets, the city and state are actively providing support and coming up with ideas on how to protect residents during the COVID-19 pandemic, said Berkeley officials and California state Sen. Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, during a town hall Saturday.
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Mayor Jesse Arreguín hosted a virtual town hall meeting Saturday to discuss the city’s progress dealing with COVID-19 and to answer questions from citizens about the city’s transition to reopening.
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Mayor Jesse Arreguín hosted a virtual town hall meeting Saturday to discuss the city’s progress dealing with COVID-19 and to answer questions from citizens about the city’s transition to reopening.
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The city of Berkeley released more than $1.7 million in grants Monday to local businesses and arts organizations that have been affected by the coronavirus.
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The city of Berkeley released more than $1.7 million in grants Monday to local businesses and arts organizations that have been affected by the coronavirus.
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