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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JUNE 02, 2023

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Gordon Wozniak

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Berkeley City Council sought to address a “progressive blindspot” by examining the inequities present in the city’s contracting record.
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Berkeley City Council sought to address a “progressive blindspot” by examining the inequities present in the city’s contracting record.
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The Berkeley City Council Budget and Finance Committee met Tuesday to discuss the city’s budget on issues ranging from Measure P to climate equity.
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The Berkeley City Council Budget and Finance Committee met Tuesday to discuss the city’s budget on issues ranging from Measure P to climate equity.
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Berkeley City Councilmember Susan Wengraf is running for a fourth term this November and hopes to continue her work on wildfire safety and develop a COVID-19 recovery strategy.
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Berkeley City Councilmember Susan Wengraf is running for a fourth term this November and hopes to continue her work on wildfire safety and develop a COVID-19 recovery strategy.
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Droste led the polls into the early morning hours Wednesday as votes were counted, and secured 56.05 percent of the vote as of press time about 2 a.m., with all precincts reporting.
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Droste led the polls into the early morning hours Wednesday as votes were counted, and secured 56.05 percent of the vote as of press time about 2 a.m., with all precincts reporting.
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This midterm election season, many Berkeley City Council candidates and city officials made contributions to other candidates’ campaigns, according to documents obtained through NetFile.
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This midterm election season, many Berkeley City Council candidates and city officials made contributions to other candidates’ campaigns, according to documents obtained through NetFile.
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The Nuclear Free Berkeley Act, passed in 1986, prohibited the creation and development of nuclear weapons and reactors within Berkeley’s city limits, in addition to preventing the city from entering into contracts or making investments with any organization affiliated with nuclear weapons production.
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The Nuclear Free Berkeley Act, passed in 1986, prohibited the creation and development of nuclear weapons and reactors within Berkeley’s city limits, in addition to preventing the city from entering into contracts or making investments with any organization affiliated with nuclear weapons production.
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After receiving a mess of street sweeping tickets — at $49 a pop — Berkeley resident Michael Kurrels had had enough. To solve his dilemma, Kurrels developed “Don’t Fear the Sweeper,” an app that sends texts reminding residents to move their cars before street sweeping.
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After receiving a mess of street sweeping tickets — at $49 a pop — Berkeley resident Michael Kurrels had had enough. To solve his dilemma, Kurrels developed “Don’t Fear the Sweeper,” an app that sends texts reminding residents to move their cars before street sweeping.
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Since Measure T1, a plan to improve Berkeley’s infrastructure, passed in November, the city has begun repaving its roads, with future plans to renovate senior and recreation centers, parks, sidewalks, storm drains and streets.
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Since Measure T1, a plan to improve Berkeley’s infrastructure, passed in November, the city has begun repaving its roads, with future plans to renovate senior and recreation centers, parks, sidewalks, storm drains and streets.
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The city of Berkeley released a list of 34 proposals to be funded through Measure T1, which passed overwhelmingly in November.
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The city of Berkeley released a list of 34 proposals to be funded through Measure T1, which passed overwhelmingly in November.
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After 14 years as mayor of Berkeley — the longest tenure in the city’s history — and 38 years of public office, Tom Bates, age 78, has decided to retire. It marks the end of a long career of public service that was punctuated with significant accomplishments that benefited many, from people with disabilities to Berkeley youth to local breweries and sports fanatics.
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After 14 years as mayor of Berkeley — the longest tenure in the city’s history — and 38 years of public office, Tom Bates, age 78, has decided to retire. It marks the end of a long career of public service that was punctuated with significant accomplishments that benefited many, from people with disabilities to Berkeley youth to local breweries and sports fanatics.
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