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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Berkeley City Council heavily debated citywide affordable housing requirements at its weekly meeting Jan. 17. With intensive deliberations, the council approved item 21 with certain revisions proposed by staff. 
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Berkeley City Council heavily debated citywide affordable housing requirements at its weekly meeting Jan. 17. With intensive deliberations, the council approved item 21 with certain revisions proposed by staff. 
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On Saturday, Berkeley’s Police Review Commission, or PRC, held a special meeting to discuss the transition to a new oversight committee, the Police Accountability Board, or PAB, for which applications are now open.
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On Saturday, Berkeley’s Police Review Commission, or PRC, held a special meeting to discuss the transition to a new oversight committee, the Police Accountability Board, or PAB, for which applications are now open.
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Berkeley City Council struck down a vote of no confidence in Berkeley Police Chief Andrew Greenwood, citing a lack of authority over city department heads. 
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Berkeley City Council struck down a vote of no confidence in Berkeley Police Chief Andrew Greenwood, citing a lack of authority over city department heads. 
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The Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board passed two policies Friday that would reduce disincentives for landlords to lower rent and respond to the state emergency.
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The Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board passed two policies Friday that would reduce disincentives for landlords to lower rent and respond to the state emergency.
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After an arson Wednesday morning at The Way Christian Center, there has been an outpouring of support for the church, as well as calls for justice from community leaders.
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After an arson Wednesday morning at The Way Christian Center, there has been an outpouring of support for the church, as well as calls for justice from community leaders.
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In honor of Margy Wilkinson, a longtime Berkeley activist who died Saturday, protesters gathered Tuesday to demand the City Council to defund the police and invest in the community.
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In honor of Margy Wilkinson, a longtime Berkeley activist who died Saturday, protesters gathered Tuesday to demand the City Council to defund the police and invest in the community.
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Longtime city activist and UC Berkeley alumna Margy Wilkinson died Saturday at the age of 76. 
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Longtime city activist and UC Berkeley alumna Margy Wilkinson died Saturday at the age of 76. 
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Berkeley’s history of police and police activism has been long and unique. The city was the site of the first Police Review Commission in the United States.
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Berkeley’s history of police and police activism has been long and unique. The city was the site of the first Police Review Commission in the United States.
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An 18-story, mixed-use building with 274 residential units is set to replace the Walgreens building in Downtown Berkeley after the City Council approved the project in a Zoning Adjustments Board, or ZAB, appeal hearing at Thursday’s special meeting.
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An 18-story, mixed-use building with 274 residential units is set to replace the Walgreens building in Downtown Berkeley after the City Council approved the project in a Zoning Adjustments Board, or ZAB, appeal hearing at Thursday’s special meeting.
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As members of the Ohlone tribe broke out into traditional song at the start of Tuesday’s City Council meeting, council members prepared for discussions regarding development on the West Berkeley Shellmound, BART’s “100 percent” affordable housing plan and a possible independent police auditor.
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As members of the Ohlone tribe broke out into traditional song at the start of Tuesday’s City Council meeting, council members prepared for discussions regarding development on the West Berkeley Shellmound, BART’s “100 percent” affordable housing plan and a possible independent police auditor.
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