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Berkeley’s open response shames our instinct for secrecy

28th June, 2015

Given the tragic collapse of a balcony at 2020 Kittredge Street, the City of Berkeley is posting as many public records online as possible to increase public access and transparency.”

The 117 documents released on the City of Berkeley’s website related to every aspect of the Kittredge street building that claimed the lives of Eoghan Culligan, Lorcán Miller, Niccolai Schuster, Eimear Walsh, Olivia Burke and Olivia’s cousin Ashley Donohoe.


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