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.
She has worked with Black residents to develop anti-violence programs and has called for true restructuring and defunding of the Berkeley Police Department.
Davila had every right to replace a transportation commissioner who wouldn’t reveal his attitude about divestment in Israel with someone who supported her views on that issue.
The Berkeley Municipal Code makes it clear that one’s political beliefs cannot be a consideration for the appointment to any city government position.
Meet Cheryl Davila, one of four District 2 City Council candidates in Berkeley’s November 2020 election.
My mother works harder than anyone I know. Look at her website and go through her list of achievements and her current platform. It’s comprehensive and vast.
On Election Day, West Berkeley residents in District 2 will have to decide whether they are happy with Cheryl Davila’s leadership or would prefer a new council member at the helm.