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Up to $6,300 rebates available for home energy upgrades

Rebates are available to make your home more energy efficient which in turn will save money Berkeley residents can claim rebates up to the value of $6,300 for implementing energy efficiency upgrades to their homes. And they can learn all about the what, where and how at a Berkeley Home Energy Efficiency Forum happening tomorrow, November 2nd, in […]

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William Wurster designed homes are still in demand

Twitter co-founder Biz Stone lived in this Berkeley home designed by William Wurster until he sold it in late 2009 A new book and exhibition on the architecture of William Wurster, the co-founder, in 1959, of the College of Environmental Design at UC Berkeley, serves as a reminder of the desirability of the homes he designed. And Wurster homes do still […]

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Measure R: Future direction of Berkeley’s downtown?

There’s no issue more contentious on the November 2 ballot than Measure R, the advisory measure that establishes a new downtown plan. Measure R, placed on the ballot by the City Council after Berkeley residents collected enough signatures to force a previous downtown plan to a vote, sets new guidelines on growth and development in […]