Movers and shakers in Israeli society.
What has been going on in Israel's capital this week.
"We have so much to offer, beyond just the Temple Mount," Moshe Lion added.
"The removal of public telephones is another part of the plan to improve the city's surface. Unmaintained telephones have become a nuisance that has no real need," said Jerusalem Mayor Moshe Lion.
Upgrading the street began on August 2, and will continue for around 10 months.
Despite the city's best efforts to hold the events as planned, they are unable to do so since both events are not permissible under Health Ministry's new guidelines for combatting the coronavirus.
Given the initial success, the municipality is planning to include Gan Sacker as well as other large parks in the city.
Lion had ordered the name changed to Neot Yosef, after former Sephardi chief rabbi and Shas spiritual leader Rabbi Ovadia Yosef
The project is expected to significantly improve traffic flow, provide solutions to parking problems and generally facilitate commuting in and out of the area.
Today, five years after the due date, many such bodies remain outside of the capital. Moreover, the Strategic Affairs Ministry just moved to Tel Aviv a few days ago.