Mayor Moshe Lion himself gave the green light for the American Embassy compound earlier this week, following a meeting he had with representatives of the US State Department.
Just walking into the lobby of the Isrotel Orient Jerusalem hotel on Emek Refaim Street, you feel your blood pressure come down.
Last week in a dramatic move, CityPass announced its decision to not only not submit to the tender for the Blue and the Green lines, but to completely quit the entire project and leave Jerusalem.
What would happen if you’re invited to a bat mitzvah that takes place in the “egalitarian” area? First I’d say no, but then I would check the case. Progressive Jewry is not a problem in Jerusalem.
A railway tale that rolls through 100 years of Jewish settlement and pioneering in the Jezreel Valley.
Events taking place in and around Jerusalem.
Meanwhile, aside from trying to cobble a coalition, Lion has the ongoing problem that he inherited from Barkat – namely, will there or will there not be light rail service on the city’s Emek Refaim?
A proposal was made that there should be an incentive to other firms in Jerusalem to absorb as many dismissed Teva employees as possible.