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BERKELEY'S NEWS • MAY 25, 2023

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When Berkeley City Council member Terry Taplin and his partner lost their apartment in the Southside neighborhood and lived with Taplin’s mother for a few weeks, he came out to his mom. She kicked them out, making them temporarily homeless.
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When Berkeley City Council member Terry Taplin and his partner lost their apartment in the Southside neighborhood and lived with Taplin’s mother for a few weeks, he came out to his mom. She kicked them out, making them temporarily homeless.
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The East Bay Municipal Utilities District, or EBMUD, Board of Directors declared a Stage 1 drought April 27, indicating a water shortage that has implications for both Bay Area residents and plant life.
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The East Bay Municipal Utilities District, or EBMUD, Board of Directors declared a Stage 1 drought April 27, indicating a water shortage that has implications for both Bay Area residents and plant life.
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Half of the city council could see a change come November, and there are fourteen people running in total for the four district seats.
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Half of the city council could see a change come November, and there are fourteen people running in total for the four district seats.
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While Buffy Wicks and Jovanka Beckles will be campaigning for the District 15 seat in this November’s general election, many of their opponents in the primaries will be continuing their civic engagement to address issues afflicting the East Bay.
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While Buffy Wicks and Jovanka Beckles will be campaigning for the District 15 seat in this November’s general election, many of their opponents in the primaries will be continuing their civic engagement to address issues afflicting the East Bay.
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The sewage release is in violation of a “consent decree” that Berkeley and neighboring communities signed in 2014 when the Environmental Protection Agency found them in violation of the Clean Water Act.
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The sewage release is in violation of a “consent decree” that Berkeley and neighboring communities signed in 2014 when the Environmental Protection Agency found them in violation of the Clean Water Act.
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California Assemblymember Tony Thurmond will step down from his position in April to run for State Superintendent of Public Instruction, leaving nine candidates in a race to fill his position.
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California Assemblymember Tony Thurmond will step down from his position in April to run for State Superintendent of Public Instruction, leaving nine candidates in a race to fill his position.
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Berkeley law students involved with UC Berkeley’s Environmental Law Clinic released a report Friday analyzing and providing recommendations on the State Water Resources Control Board’s proposal for the development of a water affordability program.
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Berkeley law students involved with UC Berkeley’s Environmental Law Clinic released a report Friday analyzing and providing recommendations on the State Water Resources Control Board’s proposal for the development of a water affordability program.
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The East Bay Municipal Utility District Board of Directors voted 6-1 Tuesday to increase water and wastewater service charges for a two-year period, effective Wednesday.
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The East Bay Municipal Utility District Board of Directors voted 6-1 Tuesday to increase water and wastewater service charges for a two-year period, effective Wednesday.
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An upwelling disrupting the road in North Berkeley has created concern among local residents.
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An upwelling disrupting the road in North Berkeley has created concern among local residents.
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The East Bay Municipal Utility District will make a valve change in its water supply Sunday, May 10, in an effort to conserve water and improve river conditions for salmon.
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The East Bay Municipal Utility District will make a valve change in its water supply Sunday, May 10, in an effort to conserve water and improve river conditions for salmon.
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