Union of Turkish World Municipalities (TDBB) and Kocaeli Metropolitan Municipality Mayor İbrahim Karaosmanoğlu came together with the headmen of Dilovası District. Thanks to the Mayor Karaosmanoğlu for their services to the district center and their villages, the mukhtars expressed their needs and the new needs they identified. President Karaosmanoğlu stated that the total of the 55 project, which has been tendered and started throughout the city except for the project to be implemented in Gebze OSB -Darıca Coast Line which mentions transportation projects, is worth millions of 560. The project has exceeded the fifty percent level of physical realization rate. This investment of approximately 16 Million will make a great contribution to the entry and exit of Dilovası district. Yaklaşık
IM WE HAVE A SIGNATURE IN OUR ALL OUR SERVICES “
"Our neighborhood, our village is devoted and long-suffering public officials met at every turn by our esteemed mayor who" expressed the President Karaosmanoğlu, "Kocaelimiz, Turkey hepimiz the eyeball. Our duty is to protect and protect our city and our country, to ensure that it will walk safely to the future. In this task, we have important duties for us and our headmen. Fortunately, we have realized very useful projects with our headmen since 2004. Çok Mayor Karaosmanoğlu also made reminders of the smallest cell of democracy. Es Each neighborhood has its own texture. All our services have the signature of our muhtarlarımızın. The residents of the neighborhood, where we met one-to-one and met with the mukhtars, have a signature in our works. Üşt
“WE WILL CONTINUE TO GIVE YOU EARS“
In the works we have done in Kocaeli, he pointed out that the demands and directions received from the headmen gained great importance and that the Mayor of the Metropolitan Municipality İbrahim Karaosmanoğlu said, ım Our services determine your demands and direction. We work with you in infrastructure, social services, environmental investments, and all our jobs in science. If we renewed the infrastructure of our remotest streets; it is thanks to our muhtars. We will continue to listen to you. Size The interview ended after mutual exchange of ideas.