‘Olim’ arrive in Israel at the end of 2017..
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In the resolution of the recent struggle between Mayor Nir Barkat and Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon, one of the decisions made was to cut back some municipal services to reduce expenditures. Barkat announced that he would dismiss 2,150 employees and terminate certain services provided by the city.
Dismissal letters were sent out and then canceled, but the crisis is not over and the city still doesn’t have an approved budget.
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