Berkeley Ordered To Pay Developer $2.6 Million

by William Fulton on Feb 19, 2024

The City of Berkeley got hammered in court for violating SB 35 and the HAA by denying a project to be built on a parking lot on Native American shellmound property. Now the city has to pay the developer $2.6 million -- plus attorneys fees.

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