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Kelly Hammargren, Sustainable Berkeley Coalition
Saturday January 28, 2023 - 04:16:00 PM

Worth Noting:

Busy week ahead

  • Sunday: Equity Summit at 6 pm
  • Monday: The Public Safety Committee at 10:30 am reviews BPD extra duty (overtime) policy. THE GO TO MEETING is the Agenda Committee at 2:30 pm with two Droste measures on the agenda for review. Item-10 BERIPE limits legislative submissions from the mayor and councilmembers and item-11 limits public comments at City Council meetings by combining consent and action items into one public comment. From 6 – 7 pm Speaking Up For Point Molate will host a (ZOOM) presentation on the River Otter Ecology Project.
  • Tuesday: City Council starts at 4 pm with the T1 funding shortage followed by the regular City Council meeting at 6 pm. Agenda item-21 at the regular Council meeting is the appeal of 2065 Kittredge. The appeal is in regard to detrimental impacts to workforce and failure to provide community benefits. Also, the Police Accountability (PAB) Board meets at 6:30 pm.
  • Wednesday: The 4 x 4 Task Force meets at 3 pm with the demolition and evictions ordinances on the agenda. The Board of Library Trustees (BOLT) meets at 6 pm followed with a special meeting at 6:30 pm on long term goals. The Disability Commission meets at 6 pm with a disaster registry and IKE Kiosks on the agenda. The Homeless Services Panel of Experts meets at 7 pm with recommendations for Measure P funding of multiple homeless programs/services. The Planning Commission meets at 7 pm and will conduct a public hearing on the demolition ordinance and provide a scoping session for the Pacific Steel Casting site EIR.
  • Thursday: The Housing Advisory Commission (HAC) and the Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) both meetings are at 7 pm. The LPC will consider three demolition requests

Check the City website for late announcements and meetings posted on short notice at:


Sunday, January 29, 2023 -more-


Kelly Hammargren
Sunday January 22, 2023 - 09:53:00 PM

Worth Noting:

After last week we could use a break and it looks like we will get it with a light meeting schedule for the coming week and nothing until Tuesday.

  • Tuesday: The Zero Waste Commission meets at 6 pm and will hear an update and presentation on the Zero Waste Strategic Plan
  • Wednesday: The Disaster and Fire Safety Commission at 7 pm is the go to meeting of the week. On the agenda are the emergency access evacuation routes, the engineering study for the dispatch center and the fire department master plan. The Commission on Labor meets at 7 pm and will hear a presentation on the City Workforce Agreement.
  • Thursday: The Mental Health Commission meeting schedule is the fourth Thursday of the month. No meeting is posted yet. Check after Monday.

The January 31, 2023 City Council Regular Meeting is available for public comment. Use the link and choose the html option or see the agenda listed at the end of the calendar. A special council meeting on T1 funding is anticipated for 4 pm on January 31, but that meeting is not yet confirmed or posted.

Check the City website for late announcements and meetings posted on short notice at: