Monthly Archives: September 2010

Panoramic Hill Zoning Ordinance, and Traffic

This post is about two closely-related topics. Most of you are aware that the Berkeley part of the Hill has its own Zoning Ordinance. We’re zoned ES-R, while all other residential neighborhoods in Berkeley are zoned R-1 through R-5. The … Continue reading

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LBL: Draft Report for New Building Available for Comment

We have received notice from the DOE that LBL has released a Draft Environmental Assessment (EA)  for a proposed new building called Computational Research and Theory  (CRT). The new 32,000 square foot building is proposed to go near the entrance … Continue reading

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UC Contacts Regarding Noise

The person at UC to contact regarding noise problems that might be from construction at UC is: Christine Shaff cshaff@berkeley.edu Caleb Dardick is Community/Government Relations contact if you do not know from where the noise is coming but know it … Continue reading

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PHA Annual Meeting

Sept 19th, 2010  4-6 PM Home of Michael and Cindy Ott: 777 Panoramic Way Please bring a dish to share with your neighbors, PHA will provide beverages AGENDA Report from Nominating Committee (Penny Rink, Eric Choate, Sidney Kennedy, Ellen Gunther, … Continue reading

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PHA Safety Committee Meets

The Panoramic Hill Safety Committee held its first meeting on Saturday Sept 18th.   Problem areas discussed included burglary & vandalism;  fire hazard posed by homeless and vagrants; trash & graffiti, and  dangerous traffic.  Solutions under consideration: surveillance cameras and … Continue reading

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Ranked-Choice Voting comes to Berkeley, Oakland and San Leandro

When voters in three Alameda County cities open their ballots this November, they will be presented with a new way of choosing some elected officials. A flow chart about the new voting process has been provided by Supervisor Carson’s office.  … Continue reading

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