As part of an effort to improve the relationship with the local residents and to simplify processes, Mayor Rabbi Meir Rubinstein has announced that the municipality is opening a Department for Public Inquiries in the Tamar Nehgiborhood on Hill B * "We will continue to improve our services to the residents"
The Beitar Ilit Municiplaity has begun the preparations leading up the opening of the new Department for Public Inquiries in the new Tamar neighborhood on Hill B. the department will be opened on HaChozeh MiLublin St, and its staff will include municipal workers and professional from various fields. The representatives of the department will serve as a listening ear to the local residents and try to find solutions to any individual and collective problems.
The director of the department will be Rabbi Akiva Ovitz, Director of the Mayor's Office, who has served in the municipality for many years and has vast knowledge in local authorities' many bureaucratic issues.
During the inauguration ceremony for the new department, and after the new Mezuzah had been put up, Mayor Rabbi Meir Rubinstein said that the department will create a direct line of communication with the residents. "We will help anyone who will approach us with an inquiry, difficulty or problem. Among the many ways we intend to help the local residents, is assisting them in finding shortcuts in receiving building permits. I will come down here myself at least once a month in order to receive the residents and follow up on the assistance allocated to them.
"I intend to strengthen my relationship with the residents, both old and new, and ease bureaucratic issues as much as possible. In my eyes, this is an extremely important matter, and I want to deepen the sense of responsibility towards the residents among the municipal workers in order for the municipality as a whole, myself included, will look out for the resident with genuine care and a will to be of assistance".