There are now two COVID-19 cases in Berkeley. The health risk to residents is considered low.
The Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act has not even reached the City Council, but it’s already generating plenty of controversy, and support.
With 100% of precincts reporting, Measures E and G each had 79% of the votes, while Measure H was at 82%.
Nobody was injured, but the driver was taken to a hospital to get checked out, Berkeley police said.
A landlord political action committee turns out to be backer of a pamphlet raising concerns about Berkeley property taxes and mismanagement of public funds.
The money will go to faculty positions, scholarships, student housing, research and more.
The CDC says the immediate health risk of coronavirus to the U.S. public is low. Berkeley agencies have issued advisories.
Berkeley could lease two parcels on University Avenue and Frontage Road from the state for $1 for the project.
Board members acknowledged, “The buck stops here.”
Zint’s “Poor Tour” around Berkeley thrust the plight of homeless people in city officials’ faces.
In messages emailed to families, Brent Stephens and Erin Schweng tried to convey that they’re taking action in response to days of unrest and student demands.
Campaign finance reports show 2020 races for mayor, City Council and more are heating up. Plus, there are three school measures on the March primary ballot.