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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 06, 2023

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Mayor Jesse Arreguin

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In an effort to improve cancer care for patients within the East Bay, UCSF Health and John Muir Health jointly opened a cancer care center on San Pablo Avenue.
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In an effort to improve cancer care for patients within the East Bay, UCSF Health and John Muir Health jointly opened a cancer care center on San Pablo Avenue.
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The city of Berkeley may soon forgo requiring parking spaces in new residential construction, pivoting residents away from driving in favor of more sustainable forms of transit.
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The city of Berkeley may soon forgo requiring parking spaces in new residential construction, pivoting residents away from driving in favor of more sustainable forms of transit.
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At last week’s Berkeley Homeless Commission meeting, an RV parking lot was proposed to open by the end of this month on Second Street and University Avenue.
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At last week’s Berkeley Homeless Commission meeting, an RV parking lot was proposed to open by the end of this month on Second Street and University Avenue.
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PG&E has announced that it no longer anticipates a scheduled Public Safety Power Shutoff, according to an Alameda County Nixle Alert at 1:08 p.m. Tuesday.
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PG&E has announced that it no longer anticipates a scheduled Public Safety Power Shutoff, according to an Alameda County Nixle Alert at 1:08 p.m. Tuesday.
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A 2018 study co-authored by Anna Godøy, research economist at the UC Berkeley Center on Wage and Employment Dynamics, found that when wages increase, there is little to no impact on job loss or growth.
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A 2018 study co-authored by Anna Godøy, research economist at the UC Berkeley Center on Wage and Employment Dynamics, found that when wages increase, there is little to no impact on job loss or growth.
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Crime rates in Berkeley went down in 2018, according to a crime report Berkeley Police Department presented at the Berkeley City Council meeting March 19.
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Crime rates in Berkeley went down in 2018, according to a crime report Berkeley Police Department presented at the Berkeley City Council meeting March 19.
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Berkeley City Council will hold a meeting on Feb. 19 to address several items including an ordinance permitting cannabis events, amendments to Berkeley’s Living Wage Ordinance and a vacant housing unit assessment.
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Berkeley City Council will hold a meeting on Feb. 19 to address several items including an ordinance permitting cannabis events, amendments to Berkeley’s Living Wage Ordinance and a vacant housing unit assessment.
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Berkeley City Council approved the creation of a housing complex in Downtown Berkeley entirely at market-rate. Community members have blindly rallied around increased housing, without pushing for the affordability of those developments. What’s the point of building more housing if the people who need it the most can’t afford it?
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Berkeley City Council approved the creation of a housing complex in Downtown Berkeley entirely at market-rate. Community members have blindly rallied around increased housing, without pushing for the affordability of those developments. What’s the point of building more housing if the people who need it the most can’t afford it?
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The new Downtown Berkeley parking garage is more than just light displays, an art gallery, a café and a rainwater collection garden — it’s an unmistakable show of gentrification.
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The new Downtown Berkeley parking garage is more than just light displays, an art gallery, a café and a rainwater collection garden — it’s an unmistakable show of gentrification.
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