In an Opinionator piece published today, Patrick Sheahan argues that Measure T lacks definition. But Measure T — which would change the zoning in West Berkeley to allow property owners of large sites to go through a special approval process (Master Use Permit) that would give them expanded development rights in building, but also require them to offer more in community benefits — is too vague, he says.
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