Measure L: From streets to housing, $650M bond takes aim at Berkeley's biggest challenges

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Berkeley leaders are asking voters to approve Measure L this fall. The $650 million bond promises to repair the city's streets, build new affordable housing, improve wildfire safety. Measure L needs to win support from two-thirds of voters to pass. Backers have worried that steep price tag, as well as voters' fatigue from approving taxes aimed at the same set of problems, could make it hard for Measure L to passing.
2 months ago·Berkeley, United States

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Measure L: From streets to housing, $650M bond takes aim at Berkeley's biggest challenges

Backers say the city's largest-ever bond measure will deliver the smoother streets voters have long wanted. Opponents say it's a blank check.

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