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BERKELEY'S NEWS • MAY 24, 2023

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Resources for Community Development, or RCD, the developer of the supportive housing at People’s Park, has pulled out of the project, according to an RCD statement.
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Resources for Community Development, or RCD, the developer of the supportive housing at People’s Park, has pulled out of the project, according to an RCD statement.
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To help youth experiencing homelessness, Alameda County received a nearly $6.6 million grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
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To help youth experiencing homelessness, Alameda County received a nearly $6.6 million grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
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A lot has changed in Berkeley’s housing landscape since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Housing prices have increased, while residents have had to adapt to ongoing policy changes.
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A lot has changed in Berkeley’s housing landscape since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Housing prices have increased, while residents have had to adapt to ongoing policy changes.
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In addition to the increased difficulty of accessing shelter, unhoused individuals and families have been impacted by issues such as an incomplete census due to a delay in Berkeley’s point-in-time count, exclusion from certain programs and a scarcity of basic necessities and resources.
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In addition to the increased difficulty of accessing shelter, unhoused individuals and families have been impacted by issues such as an incomplete census due to a delay in Berkeley’s point-in-time count, exclusion from certain programs and a scarcity of basic necessities and resources.
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Members of the United Automobile Workers Local 2865 union rallied in front of California Hall on Feb. 12, demanding action be taken to address the costs of unaffordable housing on academic workers.
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Members of the United Automobile Workers Local 2865 union rallied in front of California Hall on Feb. 12, demanding action be taken to address the costs of unaffordable housing on academic workers.
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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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In this year’s homeless point-in-time count, it was reported that 1,108 persons currently experience homelessness in the city of Berkeley, an increase of 14 percent since the last count in 2017.
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In this year’s homeless point-in-time count, it was reported that 1,108 persons currently experience homelessness in the city of Berkeley, an increase of 14 percent since the last count in 2017.
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Berkeley City Council is scheduled to discuss a contentious Zoning Adjustments Board appeal and a much-anticipated missing middle housing report at its regular meeting Tuesday.
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Berkeley City Council is scheduled to discuss a contentious Zoning Adjustments Board appeal and a much-anticipated missing middle housing report at its regular meeting Tuesday.
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Ability to Pay allows citizens who receive public benefits and have a monthly disposable income of less than $400 to receive reduced fines.
Ability to Pay allows citizens who receive public benefits and have a monthly disposable income of less than $400 to receive reduced fines.
Stretching across the wall in Monica Ferguson’s entryway is an eight-foot hole. The hole has been a problem in Ferguson’s house since she first moved there in 2002, and her landlord had repaired it several times. At the first signs of rain last fall, Ferguson said the paint peeled back, reopening the hole and revealing 10 years of wood rot. This time, her landlord didn’t repair it.
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Stretching across the wall in Monica Ferguson’s entryway is an eight-foot hole. The hole has been a problem in Ferguson’s house since she first moved there in 2002, and her landlord had repaired it several times. At the first signs of rain last fall, Ferguson said the paint peeled back, reopening the hole and revealing 10 years of wood rot. This time, her landlord didn’t repair it.
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