As members of the No on L campaign, we have been clear that we believe investment in our city is important, but it must be done with planning, transparency and accountability.
Opinion: No on Measure L
This measure was poorly and hastily drafted and includes a loophole that would allow the $650 million to be spent on virtually any project.
Opinion: Berkeley needs to address Marina’s structural deficit
The structural deficit has been reported to the city council and the waterfront commission since the early 2000s.
Opinion: After years of neglect, the city is chasing a ferry tale at the Berkeley Marina
Maintaining the recreational facilities is clearly not a priority, but spending millions to let commuters take over the marina is.
Opinion: Aquatic Park lagoon is restored thanks to Berkeley’s T1 ballot measure
Cleaning out the tide tubes that provide tidal circulation to the lagoon was among 42 projects that were part of the first phase of the funds.