BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 24, 2022

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The McDonald’s on the corner of Shattuck and University avenues in Downtown Berkeley may soon be demolished and replaced by a 26-story, high-rise apartment building, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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The McDonald’s on the corner of Shattuck and University avenues in Downtown Berkeley may soon be demolished and replaced by a 26-story, high-rise apartment building, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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When Veronica Aguilar’s life was threatened in El Salvador, she left the country she loved with $100 in her pocket to seek asylum in the U.S. Now in California, she awaits the arrival of her 15-year-old son, who is in Tijuana with the migrant caravan hoping to find refuge.
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When Veronica Aguilar’s life was threatened in El Salvador, she left the country she loved with $100 in her pocket to seek asylum in the U.S. Now in California, she awaits the arrival of her 15-year-old son, who is in Tijuana with the migrant caravan hoping to find refuge.
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Berkeley City Council conducted a public hearing for a Zoning Adjustments Board, or ZAB, appeal and approved free showers for the homeless and a budget referral to increase safety at San Pablo Park at Tuesday’s regular meeting.
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Berkeley City Council conducted a public hearing for a Zoning Adjustments Board, or ZAB, appeal and approved free showers for the homeless and a budget referral to increase safety at San Pablo Park at Tuesday’s regular meeting.
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The five-floor project — to be called The Blake — will be located at 2035 Blake Street and will include 67 bike-parking spaces, electronic voltage-ready parking stalls and rooftop solar panels.
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The five-floor project — to be called The Blake — will be located at 2035 Blake Street and will include 67 bike-parking spaces, electronic voltage-ready parking stalls and rooftop solar panels.
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The community benefits of a contentious 18-story mixed use project were discussed during a Zoning Adjustment Board study session Thursday night, though no action was taken.
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The community benefits of a contentious 18-story mixed use project were discussed during a Zoning Adjustment Board study session Thursday night, though no action was taken.
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The group involved in the construction of a contentious 18-story mixed-use building on Harold Way is planning another development project on Blake Street.
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The group involved in the construction of a contentious 18-story mixed-use building on Harold Way is planning another development project on Blake Street.
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