A Berkeley mail carrier for the U.S. Postal Service has been charged with entering a South Berkeley man's home without permission in January, according to court papers obtained by Berkeleyside.
The Berkeley postal carrier who was arrested Saturday after he allegedly yelled threatening comments at a local resident says the accusations are false and that he is a victim of “delivering while black.”
The Post Office has issued a postmark to celebrate Berkeley's rich history of music recording, including at Fantasy Studios, and will hold a celebration downtown Saturday.
The City Council acted legally when it created a Civic Center overlay in 2014, restricting 9 buildings, including the post office, for civic or nonprofit use, a judge ruled Monday.
A federal judge will hear arguments Monday over the legality of Berkeley's attempt to prevent the sale of its main post office by creating a zoning overlay in the civic center area
Berkeley’s attempt to limit commercial development of the Main Post Office conflicts with federal law and should be overturned, a lawsuit filed in federal court Monday by the U.S. Postal Service declares.
Friday's rally was organized by the Green Party and the Berkeley Post Office Defenders group and attended by around 50 people.