J'lem c'tee to discuss building of units over Green Line

By MELANIE LIDMAN
December 27, 2011 14:21

 
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Three east Jerusalem construction projects are set to be discussed tomorrow at the Jerusalem municipality's Local Building and Planning Committee.

One project is for 130 Jewish housing units on the border between Gilo and Beit Safafa, with apartment buildings up to 12 stories.

Two of the projects are for tourism buildings in the City of David archaeological park in the Silwan neighborhood.

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