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  Stadium Approved, Tree Sitters Remain
No Appeal From Council Over Cal Grove


year 2008 Top ^

Jul.24
  Berkeley: 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


year 2006 Top ^

Dec.5
  The regents' committee voted to approve that $125 million dollar athletic training system



year 2005 Top ^

Feb.23
  Berkeley: 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
  Berkeley: 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
  A group of sex workers and activists circulate a petition for a measure that would symbolically decriminalize prostitution





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B. 2008-07-24 No Appeal From Council Over Cal Grove Berkeley
2006-12-05 Stadium Approved, Tree Sitters Remain UC Berkeley
D. 2005-02-23 City filed lawsuit against University Berkeley
E. 2005-01-04 Mayor oppose expansion plans by UC Berkeley
F. 2004-03-13 Petition to decriminalize prostitution UC Berkeley


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