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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Susan Wengraf

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The Berkeley City Council voted to approve the addition of the Fair Workweek Employment Standards ordinance to the Berkeley Municipal Code on Monday.
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The Berkeley City Council voted to approve the addition of the Fair Workweek Employment Standards ordinance to the Berkeley Municipal Code on Monday.
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Incumbent Rashi Kesarwani has been declared victorious for Berkeley City Council District 1 with 50.03% of the votes as of 1:19 a.m. Saturday with 100% of the precincts accounted for.
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Incumbent Rashi Kesarwani has been declared victorious for Berkeley City Council District 1 with 50.03% of the votes as of 1:19 a.m. Saturday with 100% of the precincts accounted for.
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Mark Humbert is in the lead for Berkeley City Council District 8 with 64.05% of the votes as of 5 p.m. Wednesday with 100% of the precincts accounted for.
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Mark Humbert is in the lead for Berkeley City Council District 8 with 64.05% of the votes as of 5 p.m. Wednesday with 100% of the precincts accounted for.
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Amid a push to prioritize pedestrians on the road, Berkeley took its first step toward potentially banning cars from making right turns at red lights Thursday.
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Amid a push to prioritize pedestrians on the road, Berkeley took its first step toward potentially banning cars from making right turns at red lights Thursday.
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Sometimes, however, the notification from the little blue bird can signal something uplifting or even funny, instead of the typical doom and gloom we have come to expect in politics. The Berkeley City Council members’ Twitter accounts are no exception.
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Sometimes, however, the notification from the little blue bird can signal something uplifting or even funny, instead of the typical doom and gloom we have come to expect in politics. The Berkeley City Council members’ Twitter accounts are no exception.
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The state of California is pushing back on Berkeley City Council’s attempts to limit construction of accessory dwelling units, or ADUs, in the Berkeley Hills, arguing that the council’s actions violate state law.
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The state of California is pushing back on Berkeley City Council’s attempts to limit construction of accessory dwelling units, or ADUs, in the Berkeley Hills, arguing that the council’s actions violate state law.
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City leaders commemorated the 31st anniversary of the 1991 Oakland/Berkeley Firestorm at a press conference on Oct. 25, urging constituents to pass Measure L, which would relocate utilities underground along evacuation routes.
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City leaders commemorated the 31st anniversary of the 1991 Oakland/Berkeley Firestorm at a press conference on Oct. 25, urging constituents to pass Measure L, which would relocate utilities underground along evacuation routes.
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Wendy Saenz Hood, a former landlord and current tenant in Berkeley, is running to be a commissioner on the city’s Rent Stabilization Board. 
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Wendy Saenz Hood, a former landlord and current tenant in Berkeley, is running to be a commissioner on the city’s Rent Stabilization Board. 
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Berkeley City Council adopted their first formal land acknowledgement, postponed the plans to repave Hopkins Corridor and discussed a housing development project that was noted as being potentially detrimental during their regular meeting Tuesday. 
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Berkeley City Council adopted their first formal land acknowledgement, postponed the plans to repave Hopkins Corridor and discussed a housing development project that was noted as being potentially detrimental during their regular meeting Tuesday. 
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Berkeley City Council held a special meeting Tuesday morning to vote that the city's legislative bodies will continue to meet via videoconference and teleconference formats.
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Berkeley City Council held a special meeting Tuesday morning to vote that the city's legislative bodies will continue to meet via videoconference and teleconference formats.
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