This week in Jerusalem 492222

Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs

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May 18, 2017 22:35
‘PERFORMING SOLO is still a work in process for me but it’s a great pleasure to emotionally connect

‘PERFORMING SOLO is still a work in process for me but it’s a great pleasure to emotionally connect with the audience,’ says world renowned Israeli musician Idan Raichel.. (photo credit: ELAD WEISSMAN)

 
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Waiting for the discount
Do you owe money to the municipality on your arnona (municipal taxes)? Consider waiting a bit before you dash off to find the money. Again this year the municipality, with the backing of the Interior Ministry, will launch a special operation giving large discounts on outstanding arnona debts.

According to figures from the city tax administration, residents and businesses owe the city no less than NIS 5.5 billion – a sum everybody at Safra Square knows will be almost impossible to collect.

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