Construction unions and housing groups push campaign to pass Measure L over $300,000.
Robinson, running unopposed for reelection in District 7, shares his views on public safety, infrastructure, affordable housing and more.
A proposed rewrite of the zoning code would speed up the approval process for small apartments throughout Berkeley. Plus: Bigger buildings could be allowed in Southside.
There are two contested races for Berkeley City Council in 2022, while two members are cruising unopposed to re-election.
The Berkeley Marina is slated to receive an influx of cash following a successful lobbying campaign for a $15 million earmark from the state.
The street has grown increasingly clogged with motorists double-parking on both sides of the one-way street just east of Telegraph Avenue.
The city could remove limits on tall buildings downtown, and provide quick approval for small apartments in most neighborhoods.
Plans call for a new bus lane along four blocks of Telegraph near UC Berkeley, plus a new curbless, plaza-style design for the avenue.
Dramatic changes at the northern end of Telegraph Avenue would be part of an $8.3 million redesign of streets near UC Berkeley.
Berkeley’s Independent Redistricting Commission is expected to make its choice for a new map over the coming weeks.
Officials are considering plans to redesign four busy streets near UC Berkeley. City leaders rejected an effort to add bus lanes to Telegraph more than a decade ago.
An independent commission will now decide district boundaries. New rules mean City Council members can be drawn out of their districts.