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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 28, 2022

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The Berkeley Design Review Committee discussed design proposals and conducted final reviews for various city development projects Thursday.
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The Berkeley Design Review Committee discussed design proposals and conducted final reviews for various city development projects Thursday.
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Realtex, the developer interested in building a 50-unit housing complex on 2902 Adeline St., will continue with its proposed project after a petition against its zoning permit failed.
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Realtex, the developer interested in building a 50-unit housing complex on 2902 Adeline St., will continue with its proposed project after a petition against its zoning permit failed.
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Legal counsels representing housing advocates and the city of Berkeley met to discuss an ongoing lawsuit over a mixed-use development project on Adeline Street.
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Legal counsels representing housing advocates and the city of Berkeley met to discuss an ongoing lawsuit over a mixed-use development project on Adeline Street.
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The 2902 Adeline Street Neighbors, an unincorporated nonprofit neighborhood association to protect low-income housing, is suing the city of Berkeley over a mixed-use construction project at its namesake address.
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The 2902 Adeline Street Neighbors, an unincorporated nonprofit neighborhood association to protect low-income housing, is suing the city of Berkeley over a mixed-use construction project at its namesake address.
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Berkeley City Council approved the 2017 Berkeley Bicycle Plan and a proposed development at 2902 Adeline St. at its Tuesday regular meeting.
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Berkeley City Council approved the 2017 Berkeley Bicycle Plan and a proposed development at 2902 Adeline St. at its Tuesday regular meeting.
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Berkeley City Council passed the city staff recommendation on the funding allocation for community agencies in the upcoming financial year, among other items at its Tuesday meeting.
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Berkeley City Council passed the city staff recommendation on the funding allocation for community agencies in the upcoming financial year, among other items at its Tuesday meeting.
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By the time Richie Smith was 13, she was used to being told to enter through the back door of a restaurant. So when her family moved from Oklahoma to South Berkeley in 1949, Smith was amazed by the vibrant Black community she found.
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By the time Richie Smith was 13, she was used to being told to enter through the back door of a restaurant. So when her family moved from Oklahoma to South Berkeley in 1949, Smith was amazed by the vibrant Black community she found.
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Berkeley City Council passed a motion at its special meeting Tuesday to extend discussion regarding the Zoning Adjustments Board’s approval of a housing project on 2902 Adeline St. after controversy emerged over a deal struck between the project developers and the community.
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Berkeley City Council passed a motion at its special meeting Tuesday to extend discussion regarding the Zoning Adjustments Board’s approval of a housing project on 2902 Adeline St. after controversy emerged over a deal struck between the project developers and the community.
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More than 30 people attended a public meeting Wednesday night to give feedback on a proposed six-story mixed-use building in the Adeline corridor, an area of Berkeley that is targeted for redevelopment.
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More than 30 people attended a public meeting Wednesday night to give feedback on a proposed six-story mixed-use building in the Adeline corridor, an area of Berkeley that is targeted for redevelopment.
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With a seven-story residential and commercial building proposed for construction on Telegraph Avenue, some community members raised concerns such as the potential displacement or closing of local businesses as well as a disruption of the street’s character.
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With a seven-story residential and commercial building proposed for construction on Telegraph Avenue, some community members raised concerns such as the potential displacement or closing of local businesses as well as a disruption of the street’s character.
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