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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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The Berkeley City Council met Tuesday to discuss a ZAB appeal, security cameras in high-crime areas and a grant application to plant an urban forest.
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The Berkeley City Council met Tuesday to discuss a ZAB appeal, security cameras in high-crime areas and a grant application to plant an urban forest.
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Berkeley City Council voted to enter into a $6.5 million seven-year contract with Motorola Solutions to create an encrypted radio service for the Berkeley Fire and Police Departments, despite public opposition to the city working with a company known to aid U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE.
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Berkeley City Council voted to enter into a $6.5 million seven-year contract with Motorola Solutions to create an encrypted radio service for the Berkeley Fire and Police Departments, despite public opposition to the city working with a company known to aid U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE.
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The city of Berkeley’s Zoning Adjustment Board, or ZAB, approved land use plans for the construction of two research and development buildings and two parking structures at Bolivar Drive and Aquatic Park Path on May 27.
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The city of Berkeley’s Zoning Adjustment Board, or ZAB, approved land use plans for the construction of two research and development buildings and two parking structures at Bolivar Drive and Aquatic Park Path on May 27.
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In a few years, the spot where the local restaurant once stood will likely be filled with a five-story apartment building.
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In a few years, the spot where the local restaurant once stood will likely be filled with a five-story apartment building.
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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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Two initiatives will be up for a vote at the next Berkeley City Council meeting Tuesday — one that seeks to provide protections for immigrants and another that denounces white supremacy.
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Two initiatives will be up for a vote at the next Berkeley City Council meeting Tuesday — one that seeks to provide protections for immigrants and another that denounces white supremacy.
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In the span of four hours, Berkeley City Council heard presentations about 3 separate development proposals, during which one developer was accused of evading permit fees, one Berkeley resident presented on the value of sunlight and another developer complained of libel and “bamboo trespassing”.
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In the span of four hours, Berkeley City Council heard presentations about 3 separate development proposals, during which one developer was accused of evading permit fees, one Berkeley resident presented on the value of sunlight and another developer complained of libel and “bamboo trespassing”.
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Williams’ academic and professional career, which included writing legislation for president Lyndon Johnson and lecturing at UC Berkeley, had impacts around the country and world.
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Williams’ academic and professional career, which included writing legislation for president Lyndon Johnson and lecturing at UC Berkeley, had impacts around the country and world.
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Although Berkeley City Council approved the extension of the housing crisis declaration at its meeting Tuesday, many Berkeley residents voiced concerns about the city’s lack of aid to the homeless population.
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Although Berkeley City Council approved the extension of the housing crisis declaration at its meeting Tuesday, many Berkeley residents voiced concerns about the city’s lack of aid to the homeless population.
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Berkeley City Council passed the city staff recommendation on the funding allocation for community agencies in the upcoming financial year, among other items at its Tuesday meeting.
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Berkeley City Council passed the city staff recommendation on the funding allocation for community agencies in the upcoming financial year, among other items at its Tuesday meeting.
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