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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

Take a look at our 2022 midterm elections special issue!

Charlene Jin

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A local chapter of the League of Women Voters, or LWV, hosted Mayor Jesse Arreguin of Berkeley, Vice-Mayor Nick Pilch of Albany, and Mayor Scott Donahue of Emeryville as part of a discussion panel on local housing issues.
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A local chapter of the League of Women Voters, or LWV, hosted Mayor Jesse Arreguin of Berkeley, Vice-Mayor Nick Pilch of Albany, and Mayor Scott Donahue of Emeryville as part of a discussion panel on local housing issues.
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“I don’t want to own rentals in Berkeley, I don’t want to own an office in Berkeley, and I don’t want to build in Berkeley, ever again,” Winkler said.
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“I don’t want to own rentals in Berkeley, I don’t want to own an office in Berkeley, and I don’t want to build in Berkeley, ever again,” Winkler said.
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This Monday, Congress passed a bipartisan budget deal to restore the summer Pell Grant, part of the larger federal Pell Grant financial aid program, which was originally repealed in 2011.
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This Monday, Congress passed a bipartisan budget deal to restore the summer Pell Grant, part of the larger federal Pell Grant financial aid program, which was originally repealed in 2011.
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Throughout the fall and winter, the Berkeley food scene has seen several changes, including the opening of a new frozen yogurt store, the expected arrival of an Italian-style cafe and the closure of an Italian deli.
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Throughout the fall and winter, the Berkeley food scene has seen several changes, including the opening of a new frozen yogurt store, the expected arrival of an Italian-style cafe and the closure of an Italian deli.
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The University of California settled with a former UC Santa Cruz student over her allegations that she was raped by an assistant professor for $1.15 million.
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The University of California settled with a former UC Santa Cruz student over her allegations that she was raped by an assistant professor for $1.15 million.
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The 18-story mixed-use structure was listed as entitled in an advertisement run by the project’s brokers, Salem Partners and Arbor Realty Capital Advisors, meaning that the buyer will also obtain the rights to build on the property. The sale offer comes after Berkeley City Council approved the contentious project in 2015. A lawsuit against the project was also dismissed in October 2016.
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The 18-story mixed-use structure was listed as entitled in an advertisement run by the project’s brokers, Salem Partners and Arbor Realty Capital Advisors, meaning that the buyer will also obtain the rights to build on the property. The sale offer comes after Berkeley City Council approved the contentious project in 2015. A lawsuit against the project was also dismissed in October 2016.
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In the hopes of expanding affordable student housing, Berkeley Student Cooperative is set to discuss its potential acquisition of underused student housing owned by the Pacific School of Religion in North Berkeley.
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In the hopes of expanding affordable student housing, Berkeley Student Cooperative is set to discuss its potential acquisition of underused student housing owned by the Pacific School of Religion in North Berkeley.
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USDA-certified organic restaurant the Organic Coup opened at 2309 Telegraph Ave. in December, replacing the Pacific Cookie Company — the former business to occupy the space.
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USDA-certified organic restaurant the Organic Coup opened at 2309 Telegraph Ave. in December, replacing the Pacific Cookie Company — the former business to occupy the space.
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UC Berkeley’s Memorial Stadium Fitness Center, which is currently under renovation, is tentatively scheduled to reopen Feb. 20.
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UC Berkeley’s Memorial Stadium Fitness Center, which is currently under renovation, is tentatively scheduled to reopen Feb. 20.
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With the approval of its 2016 to 2017 fiscal year fund allocations for its approximately $9 million budget, the Berkeley/Albany Mental Health Commission voted Thursday to redirect more money into mental health centers and permanent housing for the homeless.
With the approval of its 2016 to 2017 fiscal year fund allocations for its approximately $9 million budget, the Berkeley/Albany Mental Health Commission voted Thursday to redirect more money into mental health centers and permanent housing for the homeless.