Smart, specifically affordable infill development has been Kate’s focus. She has gotten developers to raise the fees they pay the city and increase the number of affordable units they build.
Harrison and her appointees have consistently advocated for policies that would make new housing less affordable and produce fewer affordable homes.
Meet your District 4 City Council candidates in Berkeley's November 2018 election.
Meet Ben Gould, one of three City Council candidates for downtown's District 4 in Berkeley's November 2018 election.
Meet Kate Harrison, one of three City Council candidates for downtown's District 4 in Berkeley's November 2018 election.
Meet Greg Magofña, one of three City Council candidates for downtown's District 4 in Berkeley's November 2018 election.
Harrison tries to find a middle path in the world of Berkeley's contentious politics, according to the author.
Ben Gould and Greg Magofña are challenging incumbent Kate Harrison for the District 4 seat to represent downtown Berkeley.
Greg wants to help families come out of poverty by building housing all along the economic spectrum. Ensuring that Berkeley remains a welcoming place for all is his priority.
Berkeleyside will be at City Hall and will broadcast the event, which starts at 3 p.m., live on Facebook.
Harrison, backed by Mayor Jesse Arreguín, is highly favored to take the vacant District 4 council seat.
If you live in downtown Berkeley, and you've been waiting to cast your mail-in ballot, Tuesday, March 7, is the day.
Unlike what has been said about my policies, they will make Berkeley more affordable, more inclusionary, and preserve Berkeley’s unique character at a lower cost to our community.