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In the context of the Community Council's efforts for improving the quality of living for the community's inhabitants, until the day of returning to their occupied villages comes, has proceeded to the creation of several infrastructure projects and to the scheduling of others. Despite the great difficulties existing due to the fact that the community was a Turkish-Cypriot village and large ranges of land belong to our Turkish-Cypriot compatriots, the Community Council has already completed several projects.

- With the financial aid of the Vasiliko Cement Industry, the problem of water supply has been solved through the excavation of a new drill.
- The irrigation problem of the community has been solved through the supply of water by the Limassol-Amathus Sewerage Board.
- All the rural roads were paved with asphalt -up to the old Limassol-Nicosia highway. Also, part of the stockbreeding region, the road that leads from the old road to the Chemical Industries, the road from the Governor's Beach flyover bridge to the country church of Agia Mavri (expenses paid by the Moni Cement Industry), and the road from the old slaughterhouse to the river Vasilopotamos were paved with asphalt.
- A community park has been created with the contribution of the Vasiliko Cement Industry, baring the name of the -missing -Second Lieutenant (reserves) Andreas Alexandrou.
- All the streets and plazas were cleaned.
- The decrepit houses were demolished.
- A regional dumping place was created, serving the mountainous and semi-mountainous regions of the Larnaca District.
- The plazas were planted with trees.
- The church was maintained and trees were planted in its precinct.
- A kiosk was constructed in the main square.
- Parapets were made and placed at dangerous points along the roads.
- Post office boxes were placed for the immediate service of the inhabitants.
- Excursions with visits to monasteries and Byzantine churches were organised for the elderly.





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