BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 24, 2022

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'It's not working': Berkeley City Council votes to revamp website, again

After the launch of their new website, Berkeley City Council voted Tuesday to restore and improve accessibility to the city's website due to difficulties accessing past records and documents.

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The League of Women Voters of Berkeley Albany Emeryville hosted a collaborative forum on Monday for BUSD school board candidates.
The League of Women Voters of Berkeley Albany Emeryville hosted a collaborative forum on Monday for BUSD school board candidates.
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On the night of Sept. 18, rain poured down on Berkeley City Council Member Sophie Hahn’s residence as community members and election candidates alike gathered to discuss their visions for the future of Berkeley.
On the night of Sept. 18, rain poured down on Berkeley City Council Member Sophie Hahn’s residence as community members and election candidates alike gathered to discuss their visions for the future of Berkeley.
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UCPD is investigating an alleged anti-Asian hate crime that occurred near the intersection of Durant Avenue and Ellsworth Street this morning.
UCPD is investigating an alleged anti-Asian hate crime that occurred near the intersection of Durant Avenue and Ellsworth Street this morning.
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After the launch of their new website, Berkeley City Council voted Tuesday to restore and improve accessibility to the city's website due to difficulties accessing past records and documents.
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After the launch of their new website, Berkeley City Council voted Tuesday to restore and improve accessibility to the city's website due to difficulties accessing past records and documents.
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The League of Women Voters of Berkeley Albany Emeryville hosted a collaborative forum on Monday for BUSD school board candidates.
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The League of Women Voters of Berkeley Albany Emeryville hosted a collaborative forum on Monday for BUSD school board candidates.
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On the night of Sept. 18, rain poured down on Berkeley City Council Member Sophie Hahn’s residence as community members and election candidates alike gathered to discuss their visions for the future of Berkeley.
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On the night of Sept. 18, rain poured down on Berkeley City Council Member Sophie Hahn’s residence as community members and election candidates alike gathered to discuss their visions for the future of Berkeley.
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UCPD is investigating an alleged anti-Asian hate crime that occurred near the intersection of Durant Avenue and Ellsworth Street this morning.
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UCPD is investigating an alleged anti-Asian hate crime that occurred near the intersection of Durant Avenue and Ellsworth Street this morning.
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Last week, the Mosquito Fire burned through UC Berkeley’s Blodgett Forest Research Station, a “living laboratory” located in El Dorado County.
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Last week, the Mosquito Fire burned through UC Berkeley’s Blodgett Forest Research Station, a “living laboratory” located in El Dorado County.
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Berkeley City Council unanimously voted Tuesday to take the first steps toward plans to stimulate and retain startups in the city. 
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Berkeley City Council unanimously voted Tuesday to take the first steps toward plans to stimulate and retain startups in the city. 
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Berkeley City Council voted to repeal a 1970 ordinance that prohibits anyone from residing in a vehicle in city limits, as well as a 2019 ordinance that prohibits overnight parking of RVs or campers in their meeting on Tuesday.
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Berkeley City Council voted to repeal a 1970 ordinance that prohibits anyone from residing in a vehicle in city limits, as well as a 2019 ordinance that prohibits overnight parking of RVs or campers in their meeting on Tuesday.
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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín announced that the city of Berkeley would begin providing COVID-19 booster vaccines equipped against the highly infectious omicron variant in an email statement Thursday.
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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín announced that the city of Berkeley would begin providing COVID-19 booster vaccines equipped against the highly infectious omicron variant in an email statement Thursday.
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Benchmark Climbing, a bouldering gym based in San Francisco, plans to open a Berkeley location on Shattuck Avenue this fall.
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Benchmark Climbing, a bouldering gym based in San Francisco, plans to open a Berkeley location on Shattuck Avenue this fall.
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The Berkeley City Auditor’s office launched an online dashboard Thursday that publicly displays information about current audit recommendations and past reports.
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The Berkeley City Auditor’s office launched an online dashboard Thursday that publicly displays information about current audit recommendations and past reports.
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