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No Appeal From Council Over Cal Grove  The City voted that it will not seek a stay of a judge's order allowing UC athletic center project to proceed. The city didn't rule out future legal action   Stadium Approved, Tree Sitters Remain
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1. 2017-03-06 Berkeley city officials respond to violence at Trump protest Berkeley
C. 2015-07-15 Berkeley passed new balcony standards Berkeley
3. 2014-12-09 Berkeley city council meeting cancelled amid protest city council, Berkeley
E. 2014-10-20 Ordinance require landlords to accept pets Berkeley
F. 2012-09-18 Berkeley to proclaim a Bisexual Pride Day Berkeley
2012-06-13 Berkeley City Council passes sit-lie ordinance Berkeley
H. 2008-07-24 No Appeal From Council Over Cal Grove Berkeley
I. 2006-12-05 Stadium Approved, Tree Sitters Remain UC Berkeley

Berkeley passed new balcony standards   The City Council unanimously passed new standards for construction of outdoor balconies in response to findings that dry rot likely caused the... Berkeley city council meeting cancelled amid protest Map of city council Berkeley   94704: Hundreds are walking through city streets in downtown to protest decisions to not indict white police officers in the deaths of unarmed black men Ordinance require landlords to accept pets   On Tuesday, a councilman will introduce an ordinance that would require all landlords to accept pets Berkeley to kill squirrels, gophers at Cesar Chavez Park    94710: The city has hired a pest control company to trap and kill squirrels and gophers that live at a former landfill near the Berkeley Marina Berkeley to proclaim a Bisexual Pride Day  Berkeley could become what appears to be the first city in the country to proclaim a Bisexual Pride Day, separate from the LGBT events Berkeley City Council passes sit-lie ordinance
Berkeley city officials respond to violence at Trump protest


year 2017 Top ^

Mar.6
  There were head wounds and people pepper sprayed at violent protests Saturday as opposing political groups clashed in Berkeley


year 2015 Top ^

Jul.15


year 2014 Top ^

Dec.9
Oct.20
Feb.18


year 2012 Top ^

Sep.18
Jun.13
  The city will put a measure on the ballot that makes it illegal to sit or lie on streets and sidewalks



year 2008 Top ^

Jul.24


year 2006 Top ^

Dec.5
  UC Berkeley: The regents' committee voted to approve that $125 million dollar athletic training system
Nov.14 Lawsuit to halt Memorial Stadium upgrades
  The City is planning a lawsuit to halt extensive upgrades to the Stadium, which straddles the Hayward Fault
Jun.29 Balanced $292 Million Budget Approved  The first time in 4 years that the city has been able to balance its budget without cuts in services or personnel

year 2005 Top ^

Feb.23 City filed lawsuit against University  The City of Berkeley is seeking to halt the plan to build 2.2 million square feet of office space and other projects Jan.4 Mayor oppose expansion plans by UC  A long-range development plan will add more than 2 million square feet of buildings and at least 1,800 new parking spaces

year 2004 Top ^

Mar.13 Petition to decriminalize prostitution  UC Berkeley: A group of sex workers and activists circulate a petition for a measure that would symbolically decriminalize prostitution

year 2003 Top ^

Dec.18 City: $4.9 million in cuts to balance  The City Council backed away from plans to make cuts in important fire services Jan.8 Mayor fined $100 for newspaper trashing
  The new mayor Tom Bates pleaded guilty to petty theft for trashing a campus newspaper during election campaign

year 2002 Top ^

Jul.31 Coffee with conscience to be on ballot  November ballot initiative is requiring cafes to sell only environmentally and socially correct brews Jun.18 Politically Correct Coffee Plan
  A petition, signed by 3000, is calling for the use of organic, shade-grown, or fair-trade certified beans in any coffee brewed for sale
Jun.17 Mayor voted to U.S. Advisory Board  Shirley Dean was voted by her colleagues to serve as a member of the Advisory Board of the U.S. Conference of Mayors Mar.21 Ban on coffee-cup sleeves considered  It's a health hazard to reuse a cardboard heat shield that protects hands wrapped around hot cups Mar.12 Speed limit to be reduce to 20 mph  The city council is considering reducing the speed limit for all residential streets

year 2001 Top ^

Dec.15 Strictest wood-burning regulations Oct.17   City call to halt Afghan bombs
  On a 5-to-4 vote City Council became the first city in the nation to call for a halt to the bombing of Afghanistan Sep.21   Fire officials apologize for flag ban
  Officials were concerned the trucks could become targets at an anti-war rally May.10 City approves intersection flags




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