Damascus countryside - SANA
Families in the town of Ain al-Fijah, in the countryside of Damascus, have begun to remove the rubble from their homes to start rehabilitating and restoring them, while work is underway to rehabilitate the damaged infrastructure.
The head of the local council in the town, Muhammad Shibli, explained in a statement to SANA reporter that the requests of about 500 families that were submitted to the local council to start rehabilitating their homes were approved, noting that the Structural Safety Committee in the governorate decided that they are structurally sound and can be renovated again.
Shibli pointed out that the Rural Damascus Electricity Company has completed the extension of the medium and low voltage lines in the town, and an electrical transmission center has been installed feeding two neighborhoods in it, while the General Corporation for Drinking Water in Damascus and its countryside has inspected the network, to identify leakage locations, and has started to carry out maintenance. In addition to preparing a plan to create an impermeable sewage network in accordance with Law No. 1 of 2018, which provides for the protection of Ain al-Fijah spring from pollution.
Shibli indicated that the restoration and rehabilitation of the secondary school for boys in Ain al-Fijah and the health center will soon begin.
The head of the council said: The people began to return to their lands and rehabilitate them, and plant them with different types of trees, adding: The Directorate of Agriculture in the governorate pledged to secure about four thousand plants to restore the green strip.
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