Berkeley's Week: Chez Panisse Fire, Unaffordable Berkeley, Recycling, Street Striping, Small Homes

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These were among the most-read stories by Berkeley Patch viewers this past week:

Fire Damages Chez Panisse

Overnight fire damaged exterior, part of front dining room.

Growing Trend: People Working in Berkeley Can't Afford to Live Here, Report Says

The percent of Berkeley's labor force that lives in the city is small and continues to shrink, as high rents and home prices force those who work in the city to seek homes elsewhere, according to a city report on Berkeley's economic development.

Where to Recycle Everything in Berkeley

If you have recyclable items from spring cleaning, consider dropping them off at places such as Out of the Closet or Urban Ore.

Confusion over Street Striping on Solano at Colusa

A large striped crescent painted on Solano Avenue at Colusa Avenue in Berkeley has created some confusion about what turns are permitted.

The Smallest Home for Sale in Berkeley

Downsizing is one trend in the real estate market. Here's a house in Berkeley with less than 1,000 square feet.

And the week's most popular blog: What Happens When Pets Eat Antidepressants? by Shea Cox, DVM.

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