“She was a little thing but she had the biggest spirit,” Sereinat’e Henderson’s mother-in-law told Berkeleyside on Thursday night.
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Some of his priorities will be to mitigate Berkeley’s fire risk, accelerate evacuation planning and emergency preparedness
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