The judge said the city could deny Ruegg & Ellsworth’s SB35 application because the site is landmarked, even though there are no significant structures on the property and little shellmound evidence has been found.
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With the school district and union still struggling to reach a contract agreement, teachers stayed home to ramp up the pressure.
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The warning affects areas above about 1,000 feet in elevation, which includes some of the Berkeley Hills.
This California-style version of Nashville hot chicken comes in five degrees of spice: mild, medium, hot, hot hot, and hella hot.
As the beautiful building designed by Julia Morgan prepares to celebrate its 100th birthday, it is also kicking off a 10-year, $10 million effort to finance long-deferred structural repairs.