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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 28, 2022

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The city of Berkeley is allegedly losing millions of dollars each year due to basing parcel taxes on inaccurate data until voters amend the calculation process via special election or the city takes unprecedented action.
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The city of Berkeley is allegedly losing millions of dollars each year due to basing parcel taxes on inaccurate data until voters amend the calculation process via special election or the city takes unprecedented action.
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Remembered as a lifelong champion of youth public library services, acclaimed librarian Regina Minudri died June 18 at the age of 84 after a series of strokes after a series of strokes.
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Remembered as a lifelong champion of youth public library services, acclaimed librarian Regina Minudri died June 18 at the age of 84 after a series of strokes after a series of strokes.
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California Secretary of State Alex Padilla released the final title, summary and analysis for California’s Proposition 15 ballot measure Tuesday.
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California Secretary of State Alex Padilla released the final title, summary and analysis for California’s Proposition 15 ballot measure Tuesday.
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The UC Board of Regents will vote Tuesday on whether to take funding from four UC Berkeley projects and allocate it toward the replacement of Evans Hall, after voters rejected Proposition 13 in March and stopped the UC system from receiving additional funding.
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The UC Board of Regents will vote Tuesday on whether to take funding from four UC Berkeley projects and allocate it toward the replacement of Evans Hall, after voters rejected Proposition 13 in March and stopped the UC system from receiving additional funding.
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Can we ensure that our institution and the country as a whole does a better job in supporting our international community? You bet.
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Can we ensure that our institution and the country as a whole does a better job in supporting our international community? You bet.
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Proposition 13, a statewide measure that would fund public school, community college and university projects across California, is behind in returns. If passed, Prop 13 would allow the sale of $15 billion in bonds, of which $9 billion would go to projects such as the renovation and construction of K-12 public school facilities.
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Proposition 13, a statewide measure that would fund public school, community college and university projects across California, is behind in returns. If passed, Prop 13 would allow the sale of $15 billion in bonds, of which $9 billion would go to projects such as the renovation and construction of K-12 public school facilities.
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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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California Proposition 13 votes will be counted March 3. If passed, it would authorize the state to sell $15 billion in general obligation bonds in order to improve school and college facilities.
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California Proposition 13 votes will be counted March 3. If passed, it would authorize the state to sell $15 billion in general obligation bonds in order to improve school and college facilities.
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The UC Board of Regents met for a second day at UCSF on Wednesday to discuss financial aid, workers’ pension funds and federal advocacy.
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The UC Board of Regents met for a second day at UCSF on Wednesday to discuss financial aid, workers’ pension funds and federal advocacy.
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Most people value the public school system. Yet at the end of the day, there has to be more than lip service towards improving schools.
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Most people value the public school system. Yet at the end of the day, there has to be more than lip service towards improving schools.
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