Today, October 17th, Natan Hanavi and Shmuel Hanavi streets in G2 is being paved.
About a month ago, the municipality workers finalized the works on the sidewalks and kikar. Today the workers are paving the streets.
It is good news for the residents of this area.
However, the residents of these buildings have complained because they weren’t previously informed that the municipality was going to carry out these works today, and as a consequence, this morning, it was chaos to leave these streets; due to the work that is being done and the arrival of buses to drop off the children who study in the schools that are at the beginning of the streets, where the residents of the area took approximately 20 minutes to get out the zone.
It is important to clarify that this area only has a single entrance and exit that is the same.
Additionally, the passage of vehicles is blocked today due to paving works in the area.
Residents cannot park their vehicles in their buildings, because the passage is forbidden.
It is expected that during the day these roadworks will be completed to reopen the streets.
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