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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 19, 2023

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Following a court order from U.S. District Court judge William Alsup, the city of Berkeley submitted and filed a plan Tuesday to provide shelter for its homeless population during the coming winter.
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Following a court order from U.S. District Court judge William Alsup, the city of Berkeley submitted and filed a plan Tuesday to provide shelter for its homeless population during the coming winter.
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As the temperature drops and the days grow shorter, about 1,000 homeless Berkeley residents will struggle to find a place to stay the night this winter.
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As the temperature drops and the days grow shorter, about 1,000 homeless Berkeley residents will struggle to find a place to stay the night this winter.
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Homeless advocate Guy "Mike" Lee and fellow activists are hoping to raise $1,000 from public donations by establishing the Community Mutual Aid Fund, which aims to promote homeless community entrepreneurship.
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Homeless advocate Guy "Mike" Lee and fellow activists are hoping to raise $1,000 from public donations by establishing the Community Mutual Aid Fund, which aims to promote homeless community entrepreneurship.
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City Council is taking steps toward establishing more shelter spaces and resources for homeless residents for the coming winter after a regular meeting Tuesday night.
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City Council is taking steps toward establishing more shelter spaces and resources for homeless residents for the coming winter after a regular meeting Tuesday night.
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A tent city sits in the median at the intersection of Adeline and Ward streets in Berkeley, as members of the homeless community continue to protest the Hub — the city’s homeless services system — for its alleged inefficiency in providing homeless Berkeley citizens with housing and other services.
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A tent city sits in the median at the intersection of Adeline and Ward streets in Berkeley, as members of the homeless community continue to protest the Hub — the city’s homeless services system — for its alleged inefficiency in providing homeless Berkeley citizens with housing and other services.
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The city updated a storage unit pilot initiative for homeless individuals Friday, with proposed plans to add additional facilities and hire more city staff to oversee the program.
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The city updated a storage unit pilot initiative for homeless individuals Friday, with proposed plans to add additional facilities and hire more city staff to oversee the program.
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