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Nicosia municipality to re-asphalt 70 roads in next two months

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The Nicosia municipality will re-asphalt more than 70 roads between October 3 and December 3, it announced on Wednesday.

According to the announcement, the works will be carried out from 6am until 6pm weekdays and from 1pm on Saturdays until 6pm on Sundays.

The following roads will be affected:

In Kaimakli:

Parthenonos, Omiros, Kerkiras, Marathonos, Pentelis, Thessalonikis, Kinira, Damonos, Christos Tsountas, Isaiou, Milonos, Arch. Leontiou, Digenis Akrita, Mesolongiou, Dimofontos, Charalambos Kasakaiou, Theanos Liasidou, Charitou, Tilemachou, Yianni Koromia, Giannaki Papadopoulou, Spetson, Falirou and Maria Ioannou.

In Trypiotis:

Evagorou, Andrea Dimitriou, Pargas, Mnasiadou, Nicou Kranidioti and Panteli Katelari.

In Ayios Antonios:

Foteinou Pana, Archermou, A. Laskaratou-Protagorou, Prodikou, Vitona, Xanthis Xenierou and Alkaiou.

In Palouriotissa:

Michail Paridi, Lapithou, Ayiou Epiktitiou, Karava, Petraki Yiallourou, Steliou Mavromati, Petrou Kyprianou, Dimokratias Panama, Makedonias, Giannaki Stefanidi, Panayioti Toumasou, Georki Dimitrof, Belapais, Titanon, Estias, Melpomenis, Admitou and Karmiou.

In Konstantinos and Eleni:

Evagorou, Achilleos, Michael Georgalla, Fridericou Garcia Lorca, Mouboulinas, Peiraios, Omiros, Thrakis, Tobazi, Makedonias, Ioannis Metaxa and Megalou Konstantinou

In Ayios Omologitaes:

Skopa, Alasias, Polikrati, Achilleas Kyrou and Jean Morea.

The municipality will inform residents before the works start and urges people not to park their vehicles in the above mentioned roads while works are ongoing.



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