Flowers on the balconies

25th, 2012
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Fethiye Municipality is carrying on the activities of World Environment Week and developing projects to make the town more beautiful. In this frame, Sardinia, geranium and periwinkles are being distributed to the residents who get their certificate of occupancies. In Fethiye, the contribution of residents and the municipality is going on speedily. The municipality that showed that the municipality work does not only consists of the streets, water and garbage, continues social and cultural activities. It has recently developed another project in the frame of the World Environment Week. After all the technical works are completed and the buildings are found appropriate technically and in terms of health to have certificates of occupancy, the owners of the buildings, the construction of which are completed, are given flowers to hang their balconies.

The project which starts with the world Environment Week is going to be constant. The first flower is given to the constructer, Ali Yanık. The constructor who has completed the building works of the blocks in Taşyaka District is offered his flowers by the deputy mayor himself and the clerks of Development Directorate.  The deputy mayor, who stated that they started the project according to the opinions of the Gardens and Parks Directory and the order of the mayor himself, commented that “Fethiye got the award of the most environmentalist municipality in Turkey. It achieved great success as in a very short time; it established the solar drying plant and broke a record of collecting waste to be recycled. In the world environment week, we started another project. We are going to give a pot of flower to the residents who get their certificate of occupancies from our municipality. We are starting this project, but they are our residents who are to continue it. Our residents can support the project with the beautiful flowers they put on their balconies.”

 

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