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February 16th, 2007
The Berkeley Daily Planet
West Berkeley Zoning May Change
Bates further pointed to Berkeley's role in inviting stem cell and nanoscience research to the city: "We need to make it easier for these new businesses to open and expand in Berkeley," he said.
In fact the mayor was advocating a radical change in West Berkeley zoning. "Right now, a company doing research in new alternative energies or fuels could not locate in much of West Berkeley without major delays because our current zoning does not permit them," he said. "As the economy shifts, we have to adjust the rules."
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