BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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When Billi Romain was first employed by the city of Berkeley 15 years ago, the government had a single sustainability-focused person on its staff.
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When Billi Romain was first employed by the city of Berkeley 15 years ago, the government had a single sustainability-focused person on its staff.
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Ana Vasudeo — a local mother, first-generation graduate from Cornell University and strong advocate for closing the achievement gap — is running for the 2020 board of Berkeley Unified School District.
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Ana Vasudeo — a local mother, first-generation graduate from Cornell University and strong advocate for closing the achievement gap — is running for the 2020 board of Berkeley Unified School District.
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Closest to home are the three city measures, all of which focus on public schooling. The Committee for Berkeley Public Schools has been mobilizing in support of Measures E, G and H.
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Closest to home are the three city measures, all of which focus on public schooling. The Committee for Berkeley Public Schools has been mobilizing in support of Measures E, G and H.
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City Measures E, H and G have passed on the March 3 ballot. All three were put forward by the Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, Board of Education. 
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City Measures E, H and G have passed on the March 3 ballot. All three were put forward by the Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, Board of Education. 
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Cast your opinions and make sure your voice is heard at the pole booth, so here is how you should vote in this year’s primary elections.
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Cast your opinions and make sure your voice is heard at the pole booth, so here is how you should vote in this year’s primary elections.
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Berkeley residents had a chance to vote on seven local measures — three Alameda County measures, four city of Berkeley measures — on their November ballots. All passed as of press time about 2 a.m.
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Berkeley residents had a chance to vote on seven local measures — three Alameda County measures, four city of Berkeley measures — on their November ballots. All passed as of press time about 2 a.m.
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In this November’s midterm elections, there are three Alameda County measures on the Berkeley ballot. The Daily Californian editorial board believes that all of these are critical measures. Here’s why.
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In this November’s midterm elections, there are three Alameda County measures on the Berkeley ballot. The Daily Californian editorial board believes that all of these are critical measures. Here’s why.
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Alameda County has three measures on the ballot for Election Day coming up Nov. 6. New measures include E, G and FF.
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Alameda County has three measures on the ballot for Election Day coming up Nov. 6. New measures include E, G and FF.
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