Greening our city

As we all know, preelection promises are not always kept in full, if at all. Taking a deep breath may be in order.

October 25, 2018 15:46
Greening our city

Mayoral candidate Yossi Daitch (left) cycles.. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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With the local election almost upon us, it’s time to decide who we think will do the best job in Jerusalem in the areas of city life that we deem to be the most important.

Are we distressed by the amount of litter swirling around our streets as we make our way to school, work, the stores? Or are we concerned about the lack of affordable housing for young people here? And what about having some more foliage around? Leafy vistas can soften the edges of urban aesthetics, not to mention improve the quality of the air we inhale.


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