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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 17, 2023

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An 18-story, mixed-use building with 274 residential units is set to replace the Walgreens building in Downtown Berkeley after the City Council approved the project in a Zoning Adjustments Board, or ZAB, appeal hearing at Thursday’s special meeting.
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An 18-story, mixed-use building with 274 residential units is set to replace the Walgreens building in Downtown Berkeley after the City Council approved the project in a Zoning Adjustments Board, or ZAB, appeal hearing at Thursday’s special meeting.
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A controversial proposal for a residential development in northwest Berkeley will be sent back to the city Zoning Adjustments Board for consideration after Berkeley City Council members sided with a community appeal against the project at Tuesday evening’s regular meeting.
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A controversial proposal for a residential development in northwest Berkeley will be sent back to the city Zoning Adjustments Board for consideration after Berkeley City Council members sided with a community appeal against the project at Tuesday evening’s regular meeting.
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Out of the many items and initiatives that Worthington advocated for while on the council, he said his most “significant accomplishments” were giving platforms to younger generations and people of color to serve in public office.
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Out of the many items and initiatives that Worthington advocated for while on the council, he said his most “significant accomplishments” were giving platforms to younger generations and people of color to serve in public office.
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Coyote Cacher, a website launched by the University of California in February 2017 that allows users to track coyote sightings, has recorded four coyote sightings around Berkeley within the past 30 days.
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Coyote Cacher, a website launched by the University of California in February 2017 that allows users to track coyote sightings, has recorded four coyote sightings around Berkeley within the past 30 days.
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From raising the minimum wage to divesting from banks with ties to apartheid in South Africa, Berkeley has been ahead of the curve on certain issues.
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From raising the minimum wage to divesting from banks with ties to apartheid in South Africa, Berkeley has been ahead of the curve on certain issues.
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Previously, Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín’s campaign account was called “Arreguín for Mayor 2016.” Now, it’s called “Arreguín for Mayor 2020.”
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Previously, Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín’s campaign account was called “Arreguín for Mayor 2016.” Now, it’s called “Arreguín for Mayor 2020.”
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At a Berkeley Safe Neighborhoods Committee meeting earlier this month, Berkeley Police Department Sgt. Patty Delaluna and Officer Matt McGee provided comprehensive information about gang violence in Berkeley for the first time in recent history.
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At a Berkeley Safe Neighborhoods Committee meeting earlier this month, Berkeley Police Department Sgt. Patty Delaluna and Officer Matt McGee provided comprehensive information about gang violence in Berkeley for the first time in recent history.
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In 2004, two UC Berkeley students, roommates Jason Overman and Jesse Arreguin, swore in as Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board commissioners. On Thursday, 12 years later, the two found themselves in Old City Hall as Arreguin swore into a city position once again — this time, as Berkeley’s first Latino mayor.
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In 2004, two UC Berkeley students, roommates Jason Overman and Jesse Arreguin, swore in as Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board commissioners. On Thursday, 12 years later, the two found themselves in Old City Hall as Arreguin swore into a city position once again — this time, as Berkeley’s first Latino mayor.
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Endorsements are supposed to point voters toward candidates who have similar ideological outlooks and policy ideas, according to campus public policy professor Dan Lindheim. In Berkeley, where the political spectrum ranges from moderate Democrat to radical liberal, public figures’ stances do not vary much on topics such as education, health and public safety.
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Endorsements are supposed to point voters toward candidates who have similar ideological outlooks and policy ideas, according to campus public policy professor Dan Lindheim. In Berkeley, where the political spectrum ranges from moderate Democrat to radical liberal, public figures’ stances do not vary much on topics such as education, health and public safety.
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The East Bay Young Democrats, or EBYD, overwhelmingly voted to endorse Berkeley City Councilmember Jesse Arreguin for mayor, in an announcement released Aug. 29.
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The East Bay Young Democrats, or EBYD, overwhelmingly voted to endorse Berkeley City Councilmember Jesse Arreguin for mayor, in an announcement released Aug. 29.
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