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Mortgage relief plan adopted by council has links to Occupy (California Watch)
Dmitri Belser to challenge Max Anderson in November (Daily Cal)
UC buys $2.5m building for Daily Cal, journalism unit (SF Business Times)
Dr. Warren Winkelstein, important AIDS researcher, dies (NYT)
Berkeley Film Foundation awards $150k in grants (Film Foundation)
The Academy, a K-8 school, names Ann Kennedy new head (Academy)
German International School opens Berkeley campus at old Hillside school (GISSV)
Court issues restraining order for KPFA recall election (Daily Cal)
Under a color-coded grading system implemented in July, restaurants in Alameda County – but not in Berkeley – are now required to post green, yellow, or red placards in their windows to display food safety inspection results.
Three months before the November election, City Councilman Laurie Capitelli has amassed the largest campaign war chest in Berkeley, with $13,015 in donations from a variety of people, including his fellow realtors and politicians.