Berkeley F.A.C.T.S. initiative to appear on November ballot [Daily Cal]
Ashby a work in progress [Patch]
District receives $20,000 grant to fund waste reduction education [Daily Cal]
A new world for Truffaldino [Express]
UC Berkeley names new director of undergraduate admissions [UCB]
Prostitution investigation has led to closure of 12 massage parlors [Tribune]
New home for the Tuesday Farmers’ Market [Express]
The Gather playlist [BANG]
While three councilmembers were singing protest songs with the audience, the Berkeley City Council abruptly voted 6-0-3 early Wednesday morning to place a contentious sitting ban on the November ballot – a move that was immediately challenged as illegal by its opponents.
The Tuesday Berkeley Farmers’ Market moved to its new location at Adeline and 63rd Street in the Lorin District yesterday and the new spot drew the market’s biggest crowd of the year, according to Ben Feldman, the market manager for the Ecology Center.
The Berkeley City Council voted Tuesday to place a $30 million streets and watershed bond on the November ballot, but will hold off on the final language and shape of the measure until next week.
The downtown BART station and numerous businesses in the downtown area were closed for about 90 minutes Tuesday evening after a power outage.
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