The campaigns of both the mayor and the head of the opposition have already begun, with each side preparing its ammunition for D-Day – scheduled for the final day of October 2023.
Riding along the sanitation route, ‘In Jerusalem’ takes an inside look at how the city of one million people is kept clean.
She is effervescent and energetic and forever dreaming up new initiatives that will contribute to the flourishing of Israel’s capital and its residents.
Residents’ anger is directed at a plan the city is promoting in which the soccer pitch next to Beit Nehemiah will be demolished to make space for an addition to the Nehemiah Center.
The new lobby, which seeks to balance the situation through activity and activism, is a great idea – since whoever joins and starts acting on the matter will be a resident who will also vote.
Is the municipality allowing – or actively participating in – the Holy City and its green spaces being overtaken by towers, traffic and developers?
Locals hope roadworks, confusion and consternation of King David Street beautification project will soon be behind them.
A weekly round-up of city affairs.
A weekly roundup of city affairs.
The goal should aim to model the haredim in Jerusalem and to have power, control of portfolios and the reallocation of budgets that they already pay for with their local taxes.