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Todd Jersey, the architect who worked with a group that's suing Berkeley to stop the demolition and rebuilding of the south and west branch libraries, has sent an apology for his actions to the City Council and City Manager of Berkeley, Berkeleyside reports. In the letter, Jersey apologies for "causing more harm than good" by presenting two designs that he said would "save the original buildings." "This clearly backfired in many ways that in retrospect I should have known," Jersey wrote in his letter. "Therefore I am also writing to apologize for the stress and hardship that my participation in the project caused you as City officials." [Berkeleyside]