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Cal Neighbors

Cal Neighbors: A Word from Chacellor Berdahl

About Cal Neighbors

Developing a Strategic Facilities Master Plan for UC

Working to Build a Safer Campus and Community

UC/Vista Partnership Expands Educational Opportunities

Examining Earthquake Costs to Area

Campus Research at Work

Working Together to Encourage and Support Berkeley Youth

Activist Sylvia McLaughlin Cares for Berkeley

Haas Program Helps Local Entrepreneurs Get on Track

State Bond Measure to Benefit Local Schools

Free (or Almost Free) Things To Do on Campus

UC/City Plan Southside Renewal

Campus Improvements for Pedestrians, Bicyclists




UC/City Plan Southside Renewal

How to improve the Southside neighborhood &emdash; as both a place for shoppers and visitors and a place to live &emdash; is the subject of a new community planning process jointly funded by the City of Berkeley and UC Berkeley.

Two public meetings were held last spring involving students, long-term residents, merchants, institutions and other members of the diverse south campus community. The discussion continues this fall with a series of public workshops, each held at the recreation room, Unit I student housing, 2650 Durant Ave. (at College Ave.) at 7 p.m.

Sept. 28: Land Use/Housing

Oct. 22: Historic Preservation/Urban Design

Nov. 5: Transportation

Nov. 16: Business Quality/Improvement

Dec. 3: Synthesis/Next Steps

For more information, contact campus planner David Duncan at 643-5813. .


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