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For all of his successes, there are also a few simmering issues of the secular-hareidi divide that he has so far cautiously kept his distance from.
Peggy Cidor's round-up of city affairs.
On to the second and final round: Ofer Berkovitch versus Moshe Lion.
The organizers of the march called the event “A City Wrapped in Light,” in reference to her first name, which means light.
By PEGGY CIDOR
Some secular Jews in Jerusalem have voiced opposition to a synagogue being enlarged in their neighborhood.
Lion emphasized the importance of a strong police force to sustain a prosperous and vibrant society.
By URI BOLLAG
"It's not possible that in Tel Aviv dog owners collect their dogs' excrements, but in Jerusalem they don't," Lion said.
Here are the factions with their respective leaders and portfolios:
A little over a week ago, Fink welcomed her 50th great-grandchild into the world. The infant is the daughter of Noa and Yaniv Yisraeli and the granddaughter of Rachel and Zave Rudman.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
The opposition Hitorerut party raised an objection to the municipal budget because of cuts to the budget for immigrants.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Berkovitch says he thinks the haredim put a lot of pressure on Moshe Lion.
Lion spends all his days listening to people and working to establish the new lines and character of his tenure.
"Jerusalem is a beautiful mosaic of different religions, communities, cultures and communities," said Lion.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
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