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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 07, 2023

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Berkeley residents have been receiving advertisements — which state that they were paid for by the Berkeley Police Association, or BPA — criticizing City Council District 4 candidate Kate Harrison’s record of handling homeless encampments.
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Berkeley residents have been receiving advertisements — which state that they were paid for by the Berkeley Police Association, or BPA — criticizing City Council District 4 candidate Kate Harrison’s record of handling homeless encampments.
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In the California race for U.S. Senate, incumbent Dianne Feinstein and California state Senator Kevin de León are rallying voter support for the upcoming November election.
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In the California race for U.S. Senate, incumbent Dianne Feinstein and California state Senator Kevin de León are rallying voter support for the upcoming November election.
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The dispensary is expected to increase foot traffic and boost vitality at the intersection of Haste Street and Telegraph Avenue.
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The dispensary is expected to increase foot traffic and boost vitality at the intersection of Haste Street and Telegraph Avenue.
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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín announced Monday that East Bay Community Energy, or EBCE, will replace PG&E in June as the main power provider for Berkeley in an attempt to move toward greener energy.
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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín announced Monday that East Bay Community Energy, or EBCE, will replace PG&E in June as the main power provider for Berkeley in an attempt to move toward greener energy.
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Berkeley residents convened Thursday at the Berkeley Adult School for a community meeting on the potential for building housing at the North Berkeley BART station parking lot.
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Berkeley residents convened Thursday at the Berkeley Adult School for a community meeting on the potential for building housing at the North Berkeley BART station parking lot.
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Community members can purchase digital tokens backed by municipal bonds. If the plan succeeds, Berkeley will be the first city to issue cryptocurrency.
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Community members can purchase digital tokens backed by municipal bonds. If the plan succeeds, Berkeley will be the first city to issue cryptocurrency.
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The city of Berkeley will allocate $3.5 million to fund multiple homeless aid programs, as unanimously approved by the City Council at its regular meeting Tuesday night.
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The city of Berkeley will allocate $3.5 million to fund multiple homeless aid programs, as unanimously approved by the City Council at its regular meeting Tuesday night.
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At its Tuesday meeting, Berkeley City Council unanimously voted to pass a measure that directs the city manager to analyze and address disparate racial outcomes in policing.
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At its Tuesday meeting, Berkeley City Council unanimously voted to pass a measure that directs the city manager to analyze and address disparate racial outcomes in policing.
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Taylor Harvey, chair of UC Berkeley Homeless Student Union and Housing Commission for ASUC, raised awareness of student housing insecurity at the Berkeley Progressive Alliance, or BPA, general membership meeting Sunday.
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Taylor Harvey, chair of UC Berkeley Homeless Student Union and Housing Commission for ASUC, raised awareness of student housing insecurity at the Berkeley Progressive Alliance, or BPA, general membership meeting Sunday.
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