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Peggy Cidor's round-up of city affairs.

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April 6, 2016 19:08
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S.Y. Agnon. (photo credit: ROLF KNELLER/JERUSALEM POST ARCHIVES)

 
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Tamir Nir is leaving

At the last city council meeting, which took place on March 31, deputy mayor and Yerushalmim list head Tamir Nir announced his decision to resign from the council. He will be replaced by the next member on the list, Fleur Hassan-Nahum.

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