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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Measure L, which would authorize $650 million towards affordable housing and public infrastructure is set to appear on Berkeley’s ballot on November 8. 
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Measure L, which would authorize $650 million towards affordable housing and public infrastructure is set to appear on Berkeley’s ballot on November 8. 
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The eight rent-controlled units that once encompassed 1921 Walnut St. are now little more than a barren construction site.
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The eight rent-controlled units that once encompassed 1921 Walnut St. are now little more than a barren construction site.
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The state of California released an annual report detailing the Climate Investments Program which has implemented nearly $10.5 billion and is expected to cut 76 million metric tons of emissions.
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The state of California released an annual report detailing the Climate Investments Program which has implemented nearly $10.5 billion and is expected to cut 76 million metric tons of emissions.
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To revitalize Downtown Berkeley, Berkeley Design Advocates and the Downtown Berkeley Association have launched the Harold Way Placemaking Project.
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To revitalize Downtown Berkeley, Berkeley Design Advocates and the Downtown Berkeley Association have launched the Harold Way Placemaking Project.
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The John R. Lewis Act, a comprehensive piece of federal voting rights legislation, was struck down on the Senate floor the night of Jan. 19.
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The John R. Lewis Act, a comprehensive piece of federal voting rights legislation, was struck down on the Senate floor the night of Jan. 19.
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The Biden Administration is making 400 million N95 masks widely available for free nationwide, according to a White House statement. The administration is also leveraging the federal retail pharmacy program and the federal community health centers around the country to make these free masks, provided by the Strategic National Stockpile, accessible, the statement said. 
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The Biden Administration is making 400 million N95 masks widely available for free nationwide, according to a White House statement. The administration is also leveraging the federal retail pharmacy program and the federal community health centers around the country to make these free masks, provided by the Strategic National Stockpile, accessible, the statement said. 
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The state approved a plan Jan. 12 to accommodate 441,176 new housing units in the Bay Area, including 8,934 units in the city of Berkeley. 
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The state approved a plan Jan. 12 to accommodate 441,176 new housing units in the Bay Area, including 8,934 units in the city of Berkeley. 
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The Alameda County Sheriff’s Office has not transferred any people to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement custody in 2021, according to a spokesperson from the office, but the sheriff is continuing to collaborate with the immigration agency in certain cases.
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The Alameda County Sheriff’s Office has not transferred any people to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement custody in 2021, according to a spokesperson from the office, but the sheriff is continuing to collaborate with the immigration agency in certain cases.
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Protestors arrived at Berkeley Copwatch's “Housing is a Human Right” march Aug. 12 to speak out against the treatment of unhoused residents in the city.
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Protestors arrived at Berkeley Copwatch's “Housing is a Human Right” march Aug. 12 to speak out against the treatment of unhoused residents in the city.
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City Council should revisit the Long Range Development Plan — including allocation plans for the UC’s $82.6 million payment — in an open session. Berkeley residents must, at the very least, be in the room where that decision happens.
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City Council should revisit the Long Range Development Plan — including allocation plans for the UC’s $82.6 million payment — in an open session. Berkeley residents must, at the very least, be in the room where that decision happens.
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