The Vision Zero framework commits to leading with engineering solutions first and using enforcement as a last resort after engineering and education efforts have been exhausted.
For three years, there has been no way for transit riders to travel east and west along the 3-mile stretch in one of Alameda County’s densest areas.
I am hopeful that my proposal for the newly-established Office of Racial Equity to develop employment services for the recently incarcerated and a Guaranteed Basic Income pilot program can reduce gun violence.
The City Council needs Rashi’s careful analysis and thoughtful decision-making.
Perhaps 30 years from now, the future leaders of Berkeley born today will read this and build something even better to further our legacy.
Adding cameras and license plate readers can offer more security but privacy issues must also be considered.
Asian Americans make up 20% of the city, but you would never know it if you saw the names on our streets, parks and schools. The renaming of a tiny downtown street presents the opportunity to start to change that.