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April 5, 2017
The Berkeley Wire: 04.05.17
News about Berkeley from around the web.
Berkeley’s new ‘top cop’ says public trust is top priority
Described as a “homegrown leader” with a deep grasp of Berkeley values, “native son” Andrew Greenwood was appointed to the role of police chief Tuesday night.
Berkeley City Council ousts two library board members
The City Council on Tuesday removed the president and vice president of the Board of Library Trustees.
New laws for selling homemade meals could help East Bay startup, cooks
Josephine has faced hurdles, but it’s hopeful new legislation will help all small-scale food makers, many of whom are from migrant communities.
For sale: Home of Art Rosenfeld, ‘godfather’ of energy efficiency
The 1939 home boasts classic Mediterranean details including high ceilings and hand-crafted Mission-style oak doors.
Big Screen Berkeley: 60th San Francisco International Film Festival
Highlights this week and next from the San Francisco International Film Festival which has films screening at Pacific Film Archive in Berkeley through April 16.
Where in Berkeley?
Know where this is? Take a guess and let us know in the Comments — that’s where we announce the winner too!