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New Parks in the City of the Future for its Residents to Enjoy

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The City of the Future's Growing List of Municipal Parks Receives Several New Additions; Nofech St. Becomes One-Way to Relieve Traffic

The building boom in Modiin Maccabim Reut continues! Last week, a new park in HaKramim Neighborhood was completed. The new playground is located between Yare'ach Av and Cheshvan, and includres three different structures for children, toddlers, and an "extreme compound." The park is shaded, surrounded by a green belt of lawns and ornamental trees for the residents' enjoyment. A number of different projects will soon be completed on Emek HaEla St, including shading its central playground, improving its existing structures, adding a playground for toddlers, completing the gardening and vegetation, adding a rubber floor and improving the amphitheater at the top of the valley to hold future events for the city's residents.

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The Park in HaKramim Neighborhood

Only a few meters away, Haim Laskov St. in HaMeginim is about to get a new park. The park will include play facilities, shading, and vegetation. At the same time, construction has currently begun on a playground in Moria, which will include play facilities, sports and fitness equipment, shading and trees, gardening, and more.

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Nider Park


Another park that has recently been completed is the Nider Compound in Avanei Chen. A few months ago, the construction company working on the park at that time went bankrupt, and the building came to a halt. the municipality has responded to requests made by residents, and worked with the company's receiver to finish building the park for the sake of the residents -- which happened this week. Geometric changes were also made to Nofech St. this week, reducing its road space in order to relieve traffic on the street. As part of the work done on this road, its flowerbeds and gardening spaces were widened while it was turned into a one-way street. This will lead to a significant decrease in traffic on the road, and make it more safe for all of the residents to drive on it.

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Nofech St.

Sunday, October 17, 2010

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