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"After hundreds of meetings, seven years of contentious debate, and the sting of a ballot referendum still fresh, the Berkeley City Council on Tuesday night adopted a new plan for its downtown," reports Berkeleyside. The new plan calls for as many as seven tall buildings and encourages LEED construction. Council members aren't thrilled with the plan, but they're happy it's been finalized. "I am also not happy with the plan," said Councilmember Gordon Wozniak. "I hope a tall building will be built before I die." [Berkelyside/photo via Tracey Taylor]