BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

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On the night of Sept. 18, rain poured down on Berkeley City Council Member Sophie Hahn’s residence as community members and election candidates alike gathered to discuss their visions for the future of Berkeley.
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On the night of Sept. 18, rain poured down on Berkeley City Council Member Sophie Hahn’s residence as community members and election candidates alike gathered to discuss their visions for the future of Berkeley.
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The city will pave 6.6 miles of streets over the summer to eliminate safety concerns and improve the experience of pedestrians, bikers and transit users.
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The city will pave 6.6 miles of streets over the summer to eliminate safety concerns and improve the experience of pedestrians, bikers and transit users.
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The city of Berkeley allocated $23 million toward paving its streets, according to its Adopted Capital Improvement Plan for the 2018-19 fiscal year, but according to Mayor Jesse Arreguín, rough areas of local roads have not been paved in 2018.
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The city of Berkeley allocated $23 million toward paving its streets, according to its Adopted Capital Improvement Plan for the 2018-19 fiscal year, but according to Mayor Jesse Arreguín, rough areas of local roads have not been paved in 2018.
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Come Nov. 8, voters will decide whether to approve Measure T1, which would allow the city to issue a $100 million bond that would fund infrastructure and facility repairs, such as Berkeley’s streets, parks and senior centers.
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Come Nov. 8, voters will decide whether to approve Measure T1, which would allow the city to issue a $100 million bond that would fund infrastructure and facility repairs, such as Berkeley’s streets, parks and senior centers.
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At a special meeting Tuesday, Berkeley City Council will hear a program update on the repaving of certain streets and the integration of green infrastructure throughout the city.
At a special meeting Tuesday, Berkeley City Council will hear a program update on the repaving of certain streets and the integration of green infrastructure throughout the city.
Berkeley has paved almost double the number of streets this summer compared to past years, as part of an effort initiated in 2012 to bring the city’s roads up to acceptable conditions and to implement more green infrastructure.
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Berkeley has paved almost double the number of streets this summer compared to past years, as part of an effort initiated in 2012 to bring the city’s roads up to acceptable conditions and to implement more green infrastructure.
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A recent study has indicated that California road conditions are among the worst in the country.
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A recent study has indicated that California road conditions are among the worst in the country.
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