Bathrooms, please?

"Netanya should plant fewer flowers and use the money to take better care of public facilities, for the health and hygiene of its citizens and visitors."

July 13, 2016 15:48
2 minute read.
Public bathroom

Public bathroom. (photo credit: ING IMAGE/ASAP)


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‘Netanya is a beautiful city, and M a y o r Miriam Fierberg-Ikar is constantly making improvements,” city resident Michael Plaskow points out in a letter to Metro. “However, from what I have seen, in terms of caring for the health of its citizens in its public toilet areas, Netanya has a dismal record.”

Plaskow and his wife made aliya from London 16 years ago. There, he was the cantor in his synagogue for 43 years, and was awarded the title of Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire by the queen for his work in the community.


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