The proposed changes to the rent control ordinance would take away an exemption first allowed 40 years ago.
With 100% of precincts reporting, Measures E and G each had 79% of the votes, while Measure H was at 82%.
A landlord political action committee turns out to be backer of a pamphlet raising concerns about Berkeley property taxes and mismanagement of public funds.
There are just three local measures on the ballot, but voters will be weighing in on who should be the Democratic candidate to challenge President Trump.
It’s that time of year again: when hundreds of Berkeley voters get to tell the city how they feel about new local tax measures that could appear on the ballot in November.
Campaign finance reports show 2020 races for mayor, City Council and more are heating up. Plus, there are three school measures on the March primary ballot.
BUSD is asking voters to help fund everything from solar panels to English teachers salaries.