BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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Richie Smith

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The Adeline Corridor Specific Plan, which outlines the next 20 years of development in a South Berkeley area near Ashby BART station, was approved by Berkeley City Council on Tuesday after about six years of planning.
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The Adeline Corridor Specific Plan, which outlines the next 20 years of development in a South Berkeley area near Ashby BART station, was approved by Berkeley City Council on Tuesday after about six years of planning.
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Mari Mendonca, who currently serves on the Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board, is running for reelection with hopes of advocating for affordable housing and extending rent control.
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Mari Mendonca, who currently serves on the Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board, is running for reelection with hopes of advocating for affordable housing and extending rent control.
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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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The South Berkeley Starbucks location permanently closed its doors Sunday, four and a half years after its controversial opening in 2014.
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The South Berkeley Starbucks location permanently closed its doors Sunday, four and a half years after its controversial opening in 2014.
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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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Updated maps released by UC Berkeley’s Urban Displacement Project shed light on the extensive state of gentrification across Northern California, including in Berkeley.
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Updated maps released by UC Berkeley’s Urban Displacement Project shed light on the extensive state of gentrification across Northern California, including in Berkeley.
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At its Tuesday meeting, Berkeley City Council unanimously voted to pass a measure that directs the city manager to analyze and address disparate racial outcomes in policing.
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At its Tuesday meeting, Berkeley City Council unanimously voted to pass a measure that directs the city manager to analyze and address disparate racial outcomes in policing.
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The degree to which City Council has translated its progressive ideas into action since the 2016 local elections remains a widespread source of debate.
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The degree to which City Council has translated its progressive ideas into action since the 2016 local elections remains a widespread source of debate.
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Although Berkeley City Council approved the extension of the housing crisis declaration at its meeting Tuesday, many Berkeley residents voiced concerns about the city’s lack of aid to the homeless population.
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Although Berkeley City Council approved the extension of the housing crisis declaration at its meeting Tuesday, many Berkeley residents voiced concerns about the city’s lack of aid to the homeless population.
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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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