Meet Dan McDunn, one of 12 Rent Stabilization Board candidates in Berkeley’s November 2020 election.
State and city laws have made it easier, in theory, to build backyard cottages in Berkeley. In practice planners sometimes seem to need to catch up with the new regulations.
Meet the 12 Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board candidates in Berkeley’s November 2020 election.
Two large trees collapsed overnight in North Berkeley during Tuesday’s storm. There were no reported injuries. See dramatic photos shared by readers.
There is a full slate of five property owner-oriented candidates running for the Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board — and real estate interests are backing them big time.
Vote-by-mail ballots are coming and the November 2016 election is right around the corner. This page will be updated regularly until Election Day, so bookmark it and keep coming back.
There are 12 seats at play, including the mayor’s office, four City Council positions, two School Board positions and five on the Rent Stabilization Board.
We’re keeping track of forums featuring candidates and issues on the Nov. 3 ballot. We’ll post recordings here as they become available.
Critical information about who is paying for campaign materials is missing, the complaints state.
This issue should move to the forefront of every City Council meeting until it is resolved.