Dedicated to improving the quality of life for all by creating a unified neighborhood voice for promoting livability and resolving problems
The recording for the January 8, 2022 BNC meeting is available here
Welcome and Remembrance of James Peterson
UC Issues – Dean Metzger
Objective Standards (ZORP and Housing Element workshops) – David Ushijima
Redistricting Commission – Janis Ching
Project Homekey at the Golden Bear Motel – Aimee Baldwin:
Proposed Homekey Project PowerPoint presentation from Councilmember Kesarwani’s December 13, 2021 Community Meeting.
Donations to BNC are appreciated and can be made via PayPal (see below) or mailed to: BNC, 1 Hazel Rd., Berkeley 94705
Friends of Adeline invites you to join in the next Equity Summit January 30, 2022 6-8 pm.
Walking tours of Berkeley Housing
Send a letter to the Landmark Commission to support giving landmark status to the California Theater by writing to email@example.com
Attend the Redistricting Commission meeting Monday January 10 to hear what directions will be given to staff to develop up to 5 maps for public comment. Attend the Public Hearing on January 27th to comment on the 5 maps the staff will present.
Attend a city meeting “Reimagining Public Safety” starting January 13. For more info: https://berkeley-rps.org/
Register, attend and speak up at a Housing Element Workshop. The next one is January 27th at 6pm. To register: https://bit.ly/BerkeleyHousing
Sign a paper petition to support the Tri-Partisan State Initiative to give back local control on housing. For more information: OurNeighborhoodVoices.com . Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Phil Allen: email@example.com to sign the petition.
NEXT MEETING: February 12, 2022
It is with a sad heart that BNC reports the passing of our Executive Committee Member James Peterson. He was a powerful addition to our team, bringing historical perspective and insight to our work. We will greatly miss his strong, thoughtful, and always humble presence at our meetings, and we will try to keep his spirit alive as we continue to give a voice to our communities. The Post News Group published a nice remembrance.
News from the Neighborhoods
To keep abreast of all the city meetings, please check your email for Kelly Hammargren’s weekly list.
What BNC Is All About
The Berkeley Neighborhoods Council (BNC) is a coalition of neighborhood groups of residents from all parts of Berkeley who have come together over such issues as development, traffic, crime, parks and open space, disaster preparedness, and the environment.
2021 Participating Organizations:
Albany Neighbors United
Bateman Neighborhood Association
Berkeley Tenants Union
Claremont-Elmwood Neighborhood Association
Clean Air Berkeley
Cedar Street Neighborhood Association
East Bay For Everyone
Friends of Adeline
Harper Street Neighbors
LeConte Neighborhood Association
McGee-Spaulding Neighbors in Action
Neighbors of 2902 Adeline
North Berkeley Neighborhood Alliance
Panoramic Hills Association
Save Berkeley Neighborhoods