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.
Darryl Moore steps down from City Council after 12 years
Darryl Moore: Tuesday will be his last City Council meeting after serving there for 12 years representing District 2. Photo: Courtesy Darryl Moore Darryl Moore was born in California, graduated from UC Santa Cruz in 1984, and later earned a masters degree in public policy from the University of Chicago. After working for the District of […]
Cheryl Davila defeats Darryl Moore to win City Council seat
Cheryl Davila is Berkeley’s new councilwoman for District 2. Photo: Courtesy Cheryl Davila Cheryl Davila is Berkeley’s new councilwoman for District 2. Photo: Courtesy Cheryl Davila District 2 voters rejected incumbent Berkeley Councilman Darryl Moore’s bid for re-election and narrowly handed the seat to progressive challenger Cheryl Davila, according to the Alameda County Registrar of […]
District 2 race focused on housing, police, accountability
From left: Cheryl Davila, Nanci Armstrong-Temple and Darryl Moore. All are running for District 2. Photo: Emilie Raguso From left: Cheryl Davila, Nanci Armstrong-Temple and Darryl Moore. All are running for District 2. Photo: Emilie Raguso As the election approaches, challengers Cheryl Davila and Nanci Armstrong-Temple are taking aim at District 2 incumbent Darryl Moore, who has […]
Real-estate interests spend $92K to help elect candidates
The PAC for the National Association of Realtors has spent more than $60K on mailers supporting City Councilman Laurie Capitelli’s mayoral campaign. That leaves City Councilman Jesse Arreguín’s mayoral campaign at a severe monetary disadvantage. Photos: Mark Coplan The PAC for the National Association of Realtors has spent more than $60K on mailers supporting City Councilman […]
Election 2016 Berkeley: Spotlight on District 2, District 3
Appearing in ballot order, top row from left, District 2 candidates: Cheryl Davila, Nanci Armstrong-Temple, Darryl Moore. Bottom row, from left, District 3 hopefuls: Mark Coplan, Al Murray, Deborah Matthews, Ben Bartlett. Photos: Courtesy* Berkeleyside wants to help you get to know your 2016 candidates for Berkeley City Council, School Board and Rent Stabilization Board. This […]
Election 2016: Who is Darryl Moore?
Photo: Courtesy of Darryl Moore Name: Darryl Moore Age: 55 Job: Senior management analyst for the Oakland Housing Authority: Administer project-based section 8 vouchers, as well as HUD guidelines, policies, and regulations, manage reasonable accommodation request, and manage the budget for the section 8 program What office are you are running for? Berkeley City Council, District 2 What […]
Berkeley candidates outline their positions on the arts
Various candidates wait at the Freight & Salvage before a forum on the arts, held on Wednesday Sept. 28, begins. Photo: Frances Dinkelspiel Various candidates wait at the Freight & Salvage before a forum on the arts, held on Wednesday Sept. 28, begins. Photo: Frances Dinkelspiel Five Berkeley mayoral candidates and a slew of contenders for City […]
Berkeley candidates share their vision for downtown
The Downtown Berkeley Association sent eight questions on the future of downtown to all candidates standing for office. Here are their answers.
Housing views show split in South, West Berkeley races
Berkeley City Council Districts 2 & 3 forum, League of Women Voters Berkeley Albany Emeryville, Berkeley Community Media, Sept. 12, 2016. Photo: Emilie Raguso Berkeley City Council candidates for South and West Berkeley took the stage Monday night to share their views on housing, diversity, homelessness, the economy and public safety, among other topics. The […]
Berkeley names iCANN as next cannabis dispensary
There was a full house at the Berkeley City Council on Tuesday night for the selection of the city’s fourth medical cannabis dispensary. Photo: Emilie Raguso There was a full house at the Berkeley City Council on Tuesday night for the selection of the city’s fourth medical cannabis dispensary. Photo: Emilie Raguso Tuesday night, the […]
Berkeley pier unlikely to re-open before 2018
See more photographs of the Berkeley pier, which the city closed to the public last summer. Photo: Dorothy Brown It’s going to cost so much to repair Berkeley’s historic fishing pier that the city can’t even afford to study the issue until mid-2017 at the soonest. That’s according to a brief report released last week […]