BART police evicted the camp around 5 a.m. On the opposite side of the BART tracks, the "Here There" camp remains intact.
A temporary restraining order buys the "Here There" camp one more week, but its neighbor camp on the same plot of land could be evicted tonight.
The South Berkeley branch's name was changed in 2015, but the signage was only just installed this month.
The arrests happened at the end of Red and Gold day, the culmination of Unity Week, which used to be known as Spirit Week.
The agreement could provide relief during a tumultuous year for both institutions.
Neighbors have twice appealed a family's plan to build an addition onto their home in the hills.
Originally slated for completion in November 2016, the renovations are now expected to wrap up in December, according to the city.
Several cats, two rabbits and one dog are up for adoption at the city shelter and Berkeley Humane.
The Ashby Avenue offramp was temporarily closed Monday afternoon for a fire.
Victims of the devastating East Bay fire share unhappy memories as well as advice for those affected by the North Bay fires.
As fires up north destroy neighborhoods and displace thousands, many in Berkeley are wondering where to donate and seek information.