The city is shaping a vision for a new waste management facility at its current site at Second and Gilman streets. There are currently three proposals on the table.
A week of events across the Bay Area, organized by Oakland-based nonprofit Not in Our Town, grew out of Berkeley’s 2017 'Berkeley Stands United Against Hate' poster campaign.
Keeping Berkeley diverse, providing affordable homes and housing those experiencing homelessness, and supporting immigrants are all on mayor's agenda.
A potential strike has been averted after the union representing Berkeley's clerical and maintenance employees said the city had heard their concerns.
After four months of contract negotiations, union reps for Berkeley's maintenance and clerical employees say the city is 'being unusually mean-spirited.'
Many people say they're interested in what happens at Berkeley City Council meetings, but don't have time to go. So one man decided to try making the meetings more accessible.