The City Council must act and also permit the construction of more multifamily housing in residential neighborhoods.
The election of Terry Taplin tipped the balance of the City Council, setting the stage for an overhaul of Berkeley's housing policies.
These 150 doctors and health care professionals, many of whom have worked on the front lines of the pandemic, urge officials to open public schools to in-person instruction.
A hotel could generate millions in annual tax revenue, which would put the marina fund comfortably in the black
Her act of nonviolent resistance should be linked to the rights of all people to high-quality public transportation run on clean energy.
Currently, landlords can deny tenants the right to choose the communications service provider that they want. The City Council may change that.
BUSD teachers should join the ranks of the thousands of other teachers across the country who have bravely returned to the classroom.
The item Cheryl Davila introduced in July keeps getting postponed, undermining the city's promise of a robust community engagement process around reimagining policing.
The Dorothy Day House in Berkeley has been helping feed, house, and employ people who are homeless for 30 years.
It has 3 strikes against it: its continuance of racing in March in spite of the shelter in place, its failure to implement protective protocols and this outbreak of COVID-19.
When it comes to solving our climate and housing crises, we believe that Terry Taplin is the most inspiring, grounded, and action-oriented candidate running for Berkeley City