The settlement is the largest financial settlement any UC campus has paid to a host city.
The city can develop housing in order to reduce rents and displacement, make homeownership more attainable, and end epidemic levels of homelessness.
Jovanka Beckles has a proven track record of progressive success as an elected official, and is the only candidate with ideas bold enough for the current moment.
With his lifelong commitment to racial equity, economic, environmental, and gender equality, he is the kind of homegrown leader West Berkeley needs
It will create an independent agency to investigate civilian complaints and ensure effective civilian oversight of police conduct
The city of Berkeley will help businesses and artists impacted by the coronavirus and is taking steps to help the homeless, seniors, and single parents, among others.
The City Council will soon enter into a memorandum of understanding with BART on how to build housing on the sites. A community advisory group will help consider zoning changes and priorities.
From housing and homelessness to improving public safety and infrastructure, I am committed to meeting the community’s needs. These 10 projects are just some of many initiatives my office and the Council are working on.
The closure of Alta Bates would be devastating. That’s why, on Dec. 11, the Berkeley City Council will vote to demand Sutter Health commit to either retrofitting Alta Bates or sell it to another hospital operator.
Measure P will replicate the successful soda tax to ensure funds are appropriately used. It places an additional surcharge on high real estate transactions to help those in need regain housing and rebuild their lives.
District 7 candidate Rigel Robinson will serve as a collaborative and unifying voice for our city.
The status quo is unsustainable and inhumane. Berkeley residents should support these measures to help those in need.