Jerusalem councilman Arieh King.
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In one of his most famous poems, one of Jerusalem’s most loved poets, Yehuda Amichai, wrote, “It is hard to be the mayor of Jerusalem.” Considering what is at stake for a mayor – any mayor – in this unique city, Amichai’s verse sounds more like a prophecy than a simple poem.With the city’s budget issue behind him and the opening of the tourist and pilgrim season with Passover, Easter and the summer and its trail of festivals ahead, one would assume that the mayor and his staff would be deeply invested in these issues, ensuring that Jerusalem’s streets will be as calm as possible as we welcome record numbers of visitors.
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