Sarıgölde School Road Trouble Ends

The School Road Hasp Ends in Sarıgöl: A total of 530 students in Sarıgöl Hayriye Ertürk Anatolian High School and Sarıgöl Anatolian High School in the same building in Manisa have difficulty in catching lessons due to the mud in rainy weather. Service vehicles
While students and parents are getting ready to take action to make the road even difficult to enter, AK Party Manisa MP Muzaffer Yurttaş announced that he has met with the 2nd Regional Directorate of Highways and approved the projects prepared by the municipality for the construction of the road.
After determining that the two-storey, 15-class building of Sarıgöl Anatolian High School is not earthquake resistant, a 'bruise' report was given. At the beginning of the 2014-2015 Academic Year, students of this school moved to Hayriye Ertürk Anatolian High School on the Sarıgöl-Alaşehir Highway. In the school, which has a dormitory for 200 people, built by the Association of Education Volunteers of Sarıgöl, a total of 530 students of the two schools started to study together. The students at the school, where 45 teachers work, experience ordeal everyday on the way to school. In order to catch up with the class, the students can cross the barriers on the Sarıgöl -Alaşehir Highway every day, reaching the lesson, with about 500 meters of dirt road between the vineyards. Especially in rainy weather, even shuttle vehicles can barely pass this way.
MHP's Mayor of Sarıgöl Necati Selçuk emphasized that students at Sarıgöl Hayriye Ertürk Anatolian High School and Sarıgöl Anatolian High School had great difficulties due to the road to and from school. “We prepared our project as a municipality for the construction of the school road. 15 days ago, our Deputy Mayor Hamza İlhan We handed it over to the 2nd Regional Directorate of Izmir Highways. "We will come and examine the project on site," said Highways. We started to wait. In the meantime, we do not stay idle, but even if it is temporary, we fix the road to the school with a dozer and pour gravel. Thus, we ensure that at least the service vehicles can easily reach the school. Of course, this is not a solution, but we expect our project to be approved by Highways as soon as possible. ”
The parents, who stated that the school roads are muds, also rebelled and said that they will do the action "We Want A Road To Our School" at the location of the plane tree at the exit of Sarıgöl while entering the semester break.
AK Party Manisa Deputy Muzaffer Yurttaş, who came into play after the distress took place in the local press, met with the 2nd Regional Directorate of Izmir Highways and announced that the municipality's projects were approved. Hearing that the project was approved was welcomed by municipal authorities and students and the administrators of both schools.

Günceleme: 24/11/2018 16:38

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