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BERKELEY'S NEWS • MAY 24, 2023

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Peter Radu

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The city filed a notice of violation against Berkeley’s ‘so-called’ chess club — an arrangement of tables and chairs that meets daily at the corner of Telegraph Avenue and Haste Street.
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The city filed a notice of violation against Berkeley’s ‘so-called’ chess club — an arrangement of tables and chairs that meets daily at the corner of Telegraph Avenue and Haste Street.
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With the drop in temperatures and increase in rainfall, the City of Berkeley and local organizations have been working to provide aid for the houseless population during this turbulent weather. 
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With the drop in temperatures and increase in rainfall, the City of Berkeley and local organizations have been working to provide aid for the houseless population during this turbulent weather. 
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Berkeley city officials cleared away the long-standing “Here There” encampment on Adeline street on Tuesday, putting a halt to the camp’s nearly seven year-long protest on the green space. 
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Berkeley city officials cleared away the long-standing “Here There” encampment on Adeline street on Tuesday, putting a halt to the camp’s nearly seven year-long protest on the green space. 
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People’s Park has been a point of controversy within the Berkeley community as campus seeks to build housing on the park, while activists work to preserve it. But currently, the park is “chaos,” according to Nicholas Alexander, a resource coordinator who helps run the kitchen in the park.
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People’s Park has been a point of controversy within the Berkeley community as campus seeks to build housing on the park, while activists work to preserve it. But currently, the park is “chaos,” according to Nicholas Alexander, a resource coordinator who helps run the kitchen in the park.
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Although the city of Berkeley has benefited from state-supported programs and local policies that aim to tackle houselessness, community members have been pushing for alternative and more substantial approaches.
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Although the city of Berkeley has benefited from state-supported programs and local policies that aim to tackle houselessness, community members have been pushing for alternative and more substantial approaches.
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Although Berkeley’s Sacred Rest Drop-In Center for houseless people is temporarily closed to accommodate a summer camp, Village of Love executive director and founder Joey Harrison has found other ways to serve the city’s unhoused community. 
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Although Berkeley’s Sacred Rest Drop-In Center for houseless people is temporarily closed to accommodate a summer camp, Village of Love executive director and founder Joey Harrison has found other ways to serve the city’s unhoused community. 
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Berkeley City Council members sought to define the intersection of homelessness and mental illness in order to develop an action plan to address both at a work session Tuesday.
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Berkeley City Council members sought to define the intersection of homelessness and mental illness in order to develop an action plan to address both at a work session Tuesday.
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Somewhere in Berkeley, a mother and daughter are sharing one room with an air mattress. Somewhere else, a single mother lives in a vehicle where she used to live with her son before he was taken away because she was unable to find housing.
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Somewhere in Berkeley, a mother and daughter are sharing one room with an air mattress. Somewhere else, a single mother lives in a vehicle where she used to live with her son before he was taken away because she was unable to find housing.
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The Berkeley City Council banned facial recognition technology from use by any city agencies, making Berkeley the fourth city in the U.S. to do so.
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The Berkeley City Council banned facial recognition technology from use by any city agencies, making Berkeley the fourth city in the U.S. to do so.
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Berkeley City Council held a special meeting Tuesday to discuss an extensive report concerning the 1,000 Person Plan to address homelessness.
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Berkeley City Council held a special meeting Tuesday to discuss an extensive report concerning the 1,000 Person Plan to address homelessness.
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