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  • John Dunbar

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    J Dunbar

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  • Alex Tong
    Hello Claremont Elmwood Neighborhood Association,

    My name is Alex Tong and I work with the Berkeley Project. We noted that you have previously connected with us, and we would love to continue working with your organization to make the Berkeley Project happen this year.

    Our goal is to plan a variety of volunteer sites that involve clean-up, construction, and community enrichment, with the primary aim of trying to bridge the gap between the Cal and greater Berkeley areas. We would welcome your support. Specifically, asking if you could provide whether the email and contact for your site is still:

    Contact Name: Patrick Sheehan

    Phone: 415-987-7641

    Email: [email protected]

    If this is not correct and/or something is not updated to a new point of contact, please let us know, as we would like to move forward in working with your organization. Thank you for your help, and I look forward to hearing from you soon!

    Kind regards,

    Alex Tong
  • Luna Zirpoli
    Hi, my name is Luna and I am a recent graduate of UC Berkeley. I am now working to bring a sustainability home service, Ridwell, to Berkeley. I would love the opportunity to speak with one of your distinguished board members. I know that the residents in your neighborhood are very environmentally conscious and I would love a chance to tell them about this service. Feel free to email me or call me on the number below.
  • Mick Jenkins
    I live in the Claremont Elmwood neighborhood and have recently been shocked by how dangerous the intersection of Claremont and Russell is.

    In September, a female pedestrian was struck at this intersection. She was thrown into the air and badly injured. This occurred at night. The driver was traveling too quickly and did not see the pedestrian crossing the street in the crosswalk.

    I made a website about this topic, and would like to hear from fellow neighbors on how to draw attention to this issue. Thank you.
  • Jacob Perez
    Hello Patrick Sheehan from Claremont Elmwood Neighborhood Association

    My name is Jacob Perez and I work with The Berkeley Project. We noted that you have previously collaborated with us, and we would love to invite you to participate in our upcoming event.

    This fall, Berkeley Project Day will be held on November 5th, 2022. Our goal is to plan a variety of volunteer sites that involve clean-up, construction, and community enrichment, with the primary aim of trying to bridge the gap between the Cal and greater Berkeley communities through active participation. Whether our volunteers are working side-by-side with community members or assisting in improving the safety and conditions of the city, we hope we can help your organization with our service.

    More specifically, each site will have however many volunteers you would like to assist you in completing a project. Volunteers usually work from 9:30 AM to 3 PM and have a Site Leader(s) assigned to make sure that they stay on task throughout the day. This Site Leader will also meet with you prior to the event day to better understand the details and community impact of the specific project.

    Please keep in mind that most of our volunteers will be college students and community members, so we aim to partner with sites that offer safe and comfortable working environments for our volunteers. (ex. No biohazardous pickup)

    To participate, please fill out this form:

    Berkeley Project Day Site Registration

    Please let us know if you are interested by October 6th, 2022—we look forward to hearing from you!

    Thank you,

    Jacob Perez
  • Carol Brummerstedt
    Change of email address, due to email hack. Please change in your records to the new URL below. Thank you.
  • Jeffrey Heller
    I would like to discuss the proposed 2050 vision plan with CENA. I did one of the focus groups, and the city wants to attach affordable housing to the Infrastructure plan. the cost would be on the shoulders of homeowners. I do not believe this is done so directly in other communities, and I think the issues need to be separated. I would like to know where CENA is on this and I would like join the conversation.

    Many Thanks
  • Jeffrey Heller
    I have lost track of my membership and want to check and see if I am current. I want to be able to log in etc., but have not been able to do. Please let me know how to get current. Thanks.
  • Kareem Cannon

    Your website or a website that your organization hosts is infringing on a copyright protected images owned by our company (hubspot Inc.).

    Check out this doc with the URLs to our images you used at and our earlier publication to obtain the proof of our copyrights.

    Download it now and check this out for yourself:

    I think that you deliberately violated our legal rights under 17 USC Section 101 et seq. and could possibly be liable for statutory damage of up to $150,000 as set-forth in Section 504 ©(2) of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) therein.

    This message is official notice. I seek the elimination of the infringing materials referenced above. Take note as a service provider, the DMCA demands you to eliminate or/and disable access to the infringing content upon receipt of this letter. If you do not stop the utilization of the previously mentioned copyrighted content a court action can be commenced against you.

    I have a good belief that utilization of the copyrighted materials mentioned above as allegedly infringing is not permitted by the legal copyright owner, its legal agent, or the law.

    I swear, under consequence of perjury, that the information in this letter is correct and hereby affirm that I am authorized to act on behalf of the proprietor of an exclusive and legal right that is presumably infringed.

    Best regards,

    Kareem Cannon

    Legal Officer

    hubspot, Inc.

  • Stephanie Scholer
    Very loud parties in house in a residential neighborhood (Etna Street) – Is this legal? We’re having to call the police after 11 PM as it is impossible to sleep!