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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JUNE 03, 2023

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California’s Public Employment Relations Board issued a complaint to the city of Berkeley on Dec. 1 after reviewing the Berkeley Police Association’s allegations of unfair labor practices.
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California’s Public Employment Relations Board issued a complaint to the city of Berkeley on Dec. 1 after reviewing the Berkeley Police Association’s allegations of unfair labor practices.
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Allegations of misconduct against Berkeley Police Department, or BPD, were brought to Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín and City Council Thursday, prompting an external investigation.
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Allegations of misconduct against Berkeley Police Department, or BPD, were brought to Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín and City Council Thursday, prompting an external investigation.
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Berkeley City Council’s Agenda & Rules Committee approved the agenda for the July 27 City Council meeting during its session Monday.
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Berkeley City Council’s Agenda & Rules Committee approved the agenda for the July 27 City Council meeting during its session Monday.
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Berkeley City Council struck down a vote of no confidence in Berkeley Police Chief Andrew Greenwood, citing a lack of authority over city department heads. 
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Berkeley City Council struck down a vote of no confidence in Berkeley Police Chief Andrew Greenwood, citing a lack of authority over city department heads. 
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The city of Berkeley will receive at least $1 million to mitigate PCB contamination of water sources from a recent settlement with multinational agrochemical company Monsanto.
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The city of Berkeley will receive at least $1 million to mitigate PCB contamination of water sources from a recent settlement with multinational agrochemical company Monsanto.
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The California Restaurant Association filed a lawsuit against the City of Berkeley Thursday over the city’s decision to ban natural gas in new buildings starting January 2020, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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The California Restaurant Association filed a lawsuit against the City of Berkeley Thursday over the city’s decision to ban natural gas in new buildings starting January 2020, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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A judge denied a streamlined approval process for the construction of a mixed-use housing complex on the West Berkeley Shellmound.
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A judge denied a streamlined approval process for the construction of a mixed-use housing complex on the West Berkeley Shellmound.
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Berkeley Public Library employee Lisa Hesselgesser filed a lawsuit against the library and the city of Berkeley on Nov. 19, alleging age discrimination, retaliation on the basis of her union affiliation and the intentional infliction of pain, among other charges.
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Berkeley Public Library employee Lisa Hesselgesser filed a lawsuit against the library and the city of Berkeley on Nov. 19, alleging age discrimination, retaliation on the basis of her union affiliation and the intentional infliction of pain, among other charges.
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The proposed police commission city charter amendment will not be voted on in the November election because of Berkeley City Council’s failure to meet the deadline for “meet and confer” discussions about the language of the proposal.
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The proposed police commission city charter amendment will not be voted on in the November election because of Berkeley City Council’s failure to meet the deadline for “meet and confer” discussions about the language of the proposal.
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Zach Cowan retired from his city attorney position Friday after nearly 24 years of service with the city of Berkeley. He will be succeeded by Farimah Brown, a municipal attorney who has worked for various cities of the East Bay.
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Zach Cowan retired from his city attorney position Friday after nearly 24 years of service with the city of Berkeley. He will be succeeded by Farimah Brown, a municipal attorney who has worked for various cities of the East Bay.
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