A judge rejected a public records lawsuit brought by two voting rights organizations hoping to pressure the county to hand over voting data.
Her colleagues commended Cheryl Davila for her “unbridled passion” and commitment to the environment and the unhoused. Then she told them what she really thought of them.
Davila’s attorney told Berkeleyside on Tuesday that “any accusations of misconduct or hostile work environment are untrue and unfounded.”
The joy was palpable Saturday morning as people honked car horns, danced, yelled and clapped in celebration.