A weekly round-up of city affairs.
After an initial inspection of the building, it was discovered that several beams that hold the building up have been removed and there is a danger of it collapsing.
The city has created a mess in carrying out its expressed desire to make things better for residents and drivers. In addition, this situation repeats itself in other locations as well.
Only 30% of drivers in Tel Aviv think there is adequate parking in their neighborhood. That rises to 32% Petah Tikva, 34% in Rishon Lezion, 39% in Haifa, 40% in Jerusalem 40%, and 42% in Netanya.
A round up of this week's events from Jerusalem: the city has launched a website to help visitors park, and has moved the driving test center away from an area with children crossing.
The founders want to use their military engineering experience to create smart cities, in which free spaces can be easily identified and paid for, saving drivers time and avoiding fines.
Seventy-four-year-old Victor Katan shot his victim twice when the latter informed him that his car was taking up two parking spaces.