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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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The city of Berkeley will enact an opt-out policy to switch all Berkeley businesses to a 100% renewable energy-sourced utility plan beginning in October.
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The city of Berkeley will enact an opt-out policy to switch all Berkeley businesses to a 100% renewable energy-sourced utility plan beginning in October.
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Durant food court is currently closed to the public but plans to reopen June 27 with a remodeled dining area and waste disposal system.
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Durant food court is currently closed to the public but plans to reopen June 27 with a remodeled dining area and waste disposal system.
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Murals have played a major role in the city of Berkeley’s culture since the 1960s, and some of the region’s murals have been around for more than half a century.
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Murals have played a major role in the city of Berkeley’s culture since the 1960s, and some of the region’s murals have been around for more than half a century.
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Campus administration announced a collaborative effort with the city of Berkeley and local nonprofits to temporarily house People’s Park residents.
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Campus administration announced a collaborative effort with the city of Berkeley and local nonprofits to temporarily house People’s Park residents.
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Berkeley City Council approved the creation of new bus lanes, bikeways and widened sidewalks in south Berkeley at its regular meeting Tuesday. 
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Berkeley City Council approved the creation of new bus lanes, bikeways and widened sidewalks in south Berkeley at its regular meeting Tuesday. 
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Following the retraction of California’s indoor mask mandate, businesses in Berkeley will be able to establish their own mask rules for fully vaccinated individuals starting Wednesday.
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Following the retraction of California’s indoor mask mandate, businesses in Berkeley will be able to establish their own mask rules for fully vaccinated individuals starting Wednesday.
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On Monday, Telegraph for People, a campus advocacy group for a car-free Telegraph Avenue, released its plan for Telegraph Avenue entitled “Option Five.”
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On Monday, Telegraph for People, a campus advocacy group for a car-free Telegraph Avenue, released its plan for Telegraph Avenue entitled “Option Five.”
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It has been more than a month since Berkeley implemented proof of COVID-19 vaccination requirements for indoor businesses, and local restaurants and gyms are slowly adjusting to the new normal.
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It has been more than a month since Berkeley implemented proof of COVID-19 vaccination requirements for indoor businesses, and local restaurants and gyms are slowly adjusting to the new normal.
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As California begins a return to normalcy following its June 15 reopening date, the city of Berkeley lifted a broad range of COVID-19 restrictions Tuesday following state guidelines. 
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As California begins a return to normalcy following its June 15 reopening date, the city of Berkeley lifted a broad range of COVID-19 restrictions Tuesday following state guidelines. 
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During this year’s move-out season, I have hope that we can collectively mobilize behind the Cooperative Reuse program to redistribute thousands of furniture items and leave Berkeley a more sustainable place.
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During this year’s move-out season, I have hope that we can collectively mobilize behind the Cooperative Reuse program to redistribute thousands of furniture items and leave Berkeley a more sustainable place.
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