Two park plans for J'lem approved

By EHUD ZION WALDOKS
November 16, 2010 18:22

 
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The Jerusalem District Planning Committee approved for depositing plans for two metropolitan parks in the capital on Tuesday.

The first park would be a 7,500 dunam forest in the vicinity of the moshavim Ora and Aminadav and Yad Kennedy.

The second park would be Park Jerusalem which would be made up of a series of metropolitan parks extending from Emek Refaim Street to the mall area in Malha, to the Biblical Zoo and to the Gilo neighborhood.

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