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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Protesters gathered outside Berkeley’s old city hall building on Sunday to urge the city to open more emergency warming shelters for unhoused residents as intense winter rains and an atmospheric river continue to sweep the city.
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Protesters gathered outside Berkeley’s old city hall building on Sunday to urge the city to open more emergency warming shelters for unhoused residents as intense winter rains and an atmospheric river continue to sweep the city.
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Vote No on L, a revenue measure for $650 Million dollars, because no student benefits are explicitly slated to be paid for with the $650M.
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Vote No on L, a revenue measure for $650 Million dollars, because no student benefits are explicitly slated to be paid for with the $650M.
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The Berkeley Homeless Services Panel of Experts voted Wednesday to support an earlier recommendation for the City of Berkeley to establish a 24/7 crisis stabilization program.
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The Berkeley Homeless Services Panel of Experts voted Wednesday to support an earlier recommendation for the City of Berkeley to establish a 24/7 crisis stabilization program.
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As the world enters the second winter of the COVID-19 pandemic, the city of Berkeley’s homeless shelters remain at reduced capacity and continue to have pandemic precautions in place, with more people in need of shelter than there are beds available.
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As the world enters the second winter of the COVID-19 pandemic, the city of Berkeley’s homeless shelters remain at reduced capacity and continue to have pandemic precautions in place, with more people in need of shelter than there are beds available.
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Berkeley’s housing shelters are again confronted with the challenge of providing sanctuary for the unhoused community amidst ongoing capacity restrictions.
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Berkeley’s housing shelters are again confronted with the challenge of providing sanctuary for the unhoused community amidst ongoing capacity restrictions.
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The Berkeley City Council Budget and Finance Committee met Tuesday to discuss the city’s budget on issues ranging from Measure P to climate equity.
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The Berkeley City Council Budget and Finance Committee met Tuesday to discuss the city’s budget on issues ranging from Measure P to climate equity.
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The pandemic has positioned youth experiencing homelessness to be at the greatest risk of being affected by COVID-19.
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The pandemic has positioned youth experiencing homelessness to be at the greatest risk of being affected by COVID-19.
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Andy Kelley, vice chair of the Alameda County Democratic Party and an Alameda County planning commissioner, is running for the Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board this November.
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Andy Kelley, vice chair of the Alameda County Democratic Party and an Alameda County planning commissioner, is running for the Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board this November.
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Each day, more than 100 members of Berkeley’s homeless community rely on Dorothy Day House to eat breakfast and lunch, do laundry, shower and place their possessions in lockers — however, the nonprofit would not be able to do this without Measure P funds.
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Each day, more than 100 members of Berkeley’s homeless community rely on Dorothy Day House to eat breakfast and lunch, do laundry, shower and place their possessions in lockers — however, the nonprofit would not be able to do this without Measure P funds.
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We must be cognizant that Berkeley — like all cities — does not exist in a bubble. The actions we take have a ripple effect across the region.
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We must be cognizant that Berkeley — like all cities — does not exist in a bubble. The actions we take have a ripple effect across the region.
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