NIS 3.5 m. spent on school upgrades in Eilat

By MIRIAM BULWAR DAVID-HAY (TRANSLATED)
August 9, 2009 15:09

 
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The city of Eilat is spending NIS 3.5 million on renovations at the city's schools and kindergartens this summer in preparation for the coming school year, reports www.local.co.il. The work includes new paint jobs, the removal of safety hazards and the repair of broken windows, ceilings and other fixtures, as well as the installation of air-conditioning at some institutions. The report said the work was taking place at seven schools and an unstated number of kindergartens, and that it would be complete in time for the opening of the school year on September 1.

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