Dee Williams-Ridley currently commutes to Berkeley from Sacramento.
There are at least six reasons the proposed development at 2902 Adeline should be sent back to Berkeley's Zoning Adjustments Board.
Two of the Board of Library Trustees are tone deaf to the concerns of the community and should be replaced.
Despite the claims that funds raised from Measure U1 would be used for housing, the money goes into Berkeley's General Fund where the Council can use it however it likes.
Berkeley vendors can no longer sell new fur apparel following a council vote Tuesday designed "to promote community awareness of animal welfare."
Over the last two years, the city of Berkeley has been moving from an emergency services approach to homelessness to one that's focused on getting people into long-term housing.
Berkeley Considers allows Berkeley residents to tell City Council what they think.
Tuesday night, the Berkeley City Council became the third, and largest, Bay Area city to call for the impeachment of President Donald Trump.
Julie Holcomb of the Board of Library Trustees urges the City Council to approve the appointment of Judy Hunt. She also says an independent board is critical for the library.
Berkeley is poised to buy the old Premier Cru complex on University and may use it for new City Council chambers and, eventually, affordable housing.
Jim Novosel, a member of the library board, wants to set politics aside and start a "healing process" by convening a task force to look at some of the library's issues.
Just because interest rates are low doesn't mean Berkeley should borrow $100M for T1. The city should only fund projects that have a higher return than its borrowing costs.
Unless the Parks and Waterfront Department gets real, the T1 bond money will be a case of pouring new wine into cracked old bottles.