THIS WEEK IN JERUSALEM

Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs

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April 11, 2019 21:56
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THIS WEEK IN JERUSALEM

ABOUT HALF of Jerusalemites were entitled to vote in this week’s election; as of Wednesday morning, 252,100 voted.. (photo credit: ERICA SCHACHNE)

 
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Paving the way

Safra Square has taken note that the recent storms and heavy rains and other factors have caused significant damage to roads throughout the city. Accordingly, Mayor Moshe Lion ruled on Monday that NIS 10 million will be added to the already enlarged (compared to last year) budget of NIS 160 million to repave and improve for city’s road network.

A clean sweep


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