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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 09, 2022

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The city of Berkeley held a town meeting Wednesday to discuss potential locations for lights and a permanent restroom in Ohlone Park after receiving $1.2 million from city bond revenues.
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The city of Berkeley held a town meeting Wednesday to discuss potential locations for lights and a permanent restroom in Ohlone Park after receiving $1.2 million from city bond revenues.
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California state Sen. Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, and state Assemblymember Buffy Wicks, D-Berkeley, secured $15 million in state funding for repairs at the Berkeley Marina and Municipal Pier.
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California state Sen. Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, and state Assemblymember Buffy Wicks, D-Berkeley, secured $15 million in state funding for repairs at the Berkeley Marina and Municipal Pier.
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For decades, Willard Park has been a staple in the South Berkeley community, beloved for its tennis courts, greenery and beautiful sunset views.
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For decades, Willard Park has been a staple in the South Berkeley community, beloved for its tennis courts, greenery and beautiful sunset views.
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In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, three city of Berkeley summer camps announced changes in operations and will start accepting registration forms starting next week.
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In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, three city of Berkeley summer camps announced changes in operations and will start accepting registration forms starting next week.
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The Berkeley Community Environmental Advisory Commission, or CEAC, met Thursday to discuss updates for issues including the Measure T1 Infrastructure Bond Program and water quality.
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The Berkeley Community Environmental Advisory Commission, or CEAC, met Thursday to discuss updates for issues including the Measure T1 Infrastructure Bond Program and water quality.
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A grant application for 20 new electronic bike lockers at the Berkeley marina will be discussed at the next city council meeting on Oct. 15. 
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A grant application for 20 new electronic bike lockers at the Berkeley marina will be discussed at the next city council meeting on Oct. 15. 
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The city made a splash with its decision to fund Berkeley’s West Campus Pool, located on the corner of Browning and Addison streets, allowing it to be open daily year-round starting in October.
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The city made a splash with its decision to fund Berkeley’s West Campus Pool, located on the corner of Browning and Addison streets, allowing it to be open daily year-round starting in October.
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Berkeley City Council authorized City Manager Dee Williams-Ridley to execute a memorandum of understanding with the Water Emergency Transportation Authority, or WETA, on March 12 to conduct a study about the feasibility of expanding ferry service to the public recreation pier at the Berkeley Marina.
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Berkeley City Council authorized City Manager Dee Williams-Ridley to execute a memorandum of understanding with the Water Emergency Transportation Authority, or WETA, on March 12 to conduct a study about the feasibility of expanding ferry service to the public recreation pier at the Berkeley Marina.
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Berkeley’s Mental Health Adult Services Clinic on Martin Luther King Jr. Way will begin renovations after the City Council allocated an additional $2 million in Measure T1 Phase 1 funding to the clinic during the council's regular meeting on Tuesday.
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Berkeley’s Mental Health Adult Services Clinic on Martin Luther King Jr. Way will begin renovations after the City Council allocated an additional $2 million in Measure T1 Phase 1 funding to the clinic during the council's regular meeting on Tuesday.
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Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park in Downtown Berkeley reopened Jan. 18 at noon with a celebration and ribbon-cutting after months of maintenance and beautification efforts.
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Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park in Downtown Berkeley reopened Jan. 18 at noon with a celebration and ribbon-cutting after months of maintenance and beautification efforts.
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