This week in Jerusalem 498320

Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs.

June 29, 2017 18:33
4 minute read.
Elyakim Rubinstein

Retired justice Elyakim Rubinstein will give a talk about the Supreme Court in the fabric of Israeli society. (photo credit: JUDICIAL AUTHORITY OF ISRAEL/ WIKIMEDIA COMMONS)


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The war on the dumps

Less than half a year after strong opposition by residents prevented the authorities from installing a dump for construction waste near French Hill and Isawiya, the same is apparently happening in Har Homa. Last week, following similarly strong opposition from the residents, Deputy Mayor Ofer Berkowitz (Hitorerut) announced that the plan for the construction waste dump has been suspended (by a decision of the Construction and Housing Ministry) until a better location is found.


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