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HOT Not So Hot in Beit Shemesh

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    According to the Ministry of Communications, HOT doesn’t reach 224 cities and some entire neighborhoods – including parts of Beit Shemesh. As stated in the magazine The Marker Shlomo Filber, the head of Communications for HOT, stated that HOT is exempt from giving infrastructure to the outlying communities. Filber wishes to postpone the deployment of HOT’s infrastructure for an entire …

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Second tower at Nofiah complex issues Tofes 4

Tower of the Hammerman Complex

The Hammerman Group, builders of the Nofiah complex at the entrance to Beit Shemesh, has received a second Tofes 4 from the city

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Bank Leumi Holds a Tekes

Bank Leumi Meeting

Tekes for small businesses, sponsored by Bank Leumi Last night, Bank Leumi held a tekes for small businesses in Mateh Yehuda and Beit Shemesh. The new director of the bank, Ruth, welcomed the business owners, inviting them to come in and visit her. She then turned the podium over to the director of the Keren Arvos Medina, who reported on …

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Report: Rent hike of 1.93% over the last year

Wolfson Towers Apartments for rent

A recently released report by the Central Bureau of Statistics shows a large rise in rent prices across the country.

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Beit Shemesh to receive additional space for industrial purposes

City of Beit Shemesh

Mayor Moshe Abutbol announced two new industrial areas will be opened to tender and construction, and noted thanks to Interior Minister Aryeh Deri for his assistance in making the land available. In the first stage, land will be allocated to the Western Industrial Zone (4 plots) and in the Northern Industrial Zone (a hectare and a half bringing the total to …

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Housing upstarts down in second half of 2015

Lawsuit in Rama Gimmel

Despite a robust showing in the housing market, a recent survey by the Central Bureau of Statistics finds that housing upstarts in the second half of 2015 across Israel were down compared to the last two previous quarters.

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