We have broken so many climate-related records in 2020 that it’s hard to keep track. We must pass Measure HH, Berkeley’s Climate Equity Action Fund.
It will create the Climate Equity Action Fund, a $2.4 million fund that will focus on local, practical, equity-focused solutions to climate change.
In the face of the climate crisis and COVID-19 economic and health crisis, we can ill-afford new taxes that fail to produce meaningful results.
Supporters have contributed $44,000 to Measure FF. It would raise property taxes to improve 911 service and help prepare Berkeley for disasters, they say. Opponents contend there are no controls on the fund.
There will be eight Berkeley measures on the Nov. 3 ballot. Here’s what to expect.
Voters in Albany and Oakland will decide if they will join Berkeley by enacting a penny-per-ounce tax on distributors of sugar-sweetened beverages.
Supporters said Measure HH losing is a missed opportunity to put resources toward climate justice.
South Berkeley voters will have to decide whether they are happy with the leadership of four-year incumbent Ben Bartlett, or whether they want something new.
The latest local election results and what happened during Election Day in Berkeley — all here on Berkeleyside.
By law, independent expenditure campaigns must act independently of the candidates they are backing. They can’t communicate or even coordinate with those running for office.
Ana Vasudeo will be a rockstar board director for many reasons. One key one is her commitment to making sure that students’ trips to and from school are safe, healthy and fun.