Samsun Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Zihni Sahin, Asarcık district of the suburbs of the ongoing and completed infrastructure studies examined.
Samsun Metropolitan Mayor Zihni Şahin, who made a technical examination trip on the road and restoration works in the district's Acısu, Yeşildere and Akyazı neighborhoods, received information from the Asarcık Science Affairs Branch Manager Suat Özen.
Asarcık AK Party District President Hami Karakas, city council members and muhtars attended the trip, evaluating the road, water and restoration investments President Zihni Sahin, connecting neighborhoods and hearts that connect the long-lasting roads said. President Sahin, the province will eliminate the road problem, he said.
Drawing attention to the fact that the works are continuing rapidly, the Mayor of Metropolitan Şahin said, “The construction of a 1450 meter long concrete road has been completed in Değirmendere district of Acısu neighborhood. We ended the 30 year longing with the way we are on now. It has increased the comfort of transportation by not only making road but also expanding. May our people be happy. May they be used on good days. ” spoke in the form.
Mentioning that the planned investments will be completed by the end of 2018, President Zihni Şahin said, “We will finish the 550-meter-long neighborhood passage in Yeşildere neighborhood, and 2-layer surface coating work between Yeşildere and Musaağa. In total, by the end of the year, we will complete and complete the maintenance work with 10 km of concrete roads, 7 km of hot asphalt, 5.5 km of surface renewal, 1750 meters of 1st floor surface coating and 20 km of stabilized roads. Good luck already. ”He said.
HISTORIC MOSQUE IS WINNING TO TOURISM
President Şahin, who visited the 300 annual Gökgöl mosque, which was restored within the scope of the Asarcık Tourism Action Plan initiated in order to revive and develop the tourism potential in the districts, has carefully examined the information of Ottoman in the wooden columns. The mosque, where the features and beauties of the Turkish wood carving in the support poles were kept alive, was last restored in 1970.