President Beyazgül Examines Ongoing Concrete Road Works

President Beyazgul examined the ongoing concrete road works
President Beyazgul examined the ongoing concrete road works

Şanlıurfa Metropolitan Mayor Zeynel Abidin Beyazgül examined the ongoing concrete road works. "We are in an effort to provide the best service for our people," said President Beyazgül, who wishes the best of the concrete road works that connect 25 rural neighborhoods of the Haliliye district.


Şanlıurfa Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Zeynel Abidin Beyazgül, together with Haliliye Mayor Mehmet Canpolat, Metropolitan Municipality General Secretary Mahmut Kırıkçı, AK Party Haliliye District President Süleyman Aksu and the muhtars visited the concrete road works in the area following Haliliye.

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Listening to the demands and suggestions of the citizens during their contacts, Mayor Beyazgül said that in the evaluation he made, they attached importance to concrete road application especially in rural areas. Adding that they give priority to the demands of the people, Mayor Beyazgül said, “This road continues as Safe, Beads, Finger Cap and Dikme, starting from Dağyanı. Approximately 20-25 villages and rural areas will benefit from this road. It was a busy road and a long desired route. The feature of this road is the following; This is the concrete road. You know, we reinforce this place with iron mats, its life span is 20 years. ”

Haliliye Mayor Mehmet Canpolat, who accompanied Mayor Beyazgül in his contacts, said, “Now our Metropolitan Municipality is implementing concrete roads here. Our headmen are happy, Metropolitan is working, Haliliye is working. ”

Wishing success to the Metropolitan staff in their work, Mayor Beyazgül was also closely interested in the muhtars in his studies. The muhtars thanked President Beyazgül, who examined the concrete roads with the residents, said, “Our President Zeynel Abidin Beyazgül and his team are working hard. We witness them personally. We thank everyone who contributed. ”



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