Lower Galilee Regional Council
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|• Type||Regional council (from 1950)|
|• Head of Municipality||Moti Dotan|
|• Total||192,990 dunams (192.99 km2 or 74.51 sq mi)|
The Lower Galilee Regional Council (Hebrew: מועצה אזורית הגליל התחתון, Mo'atza Azorit HaGalil HaTahton) is a regional council in northern Israel that encompasses most of the settlements in the Lower Galilee. Over 9000 people live in the three kibbutzim, ten moshavim and two community settlements, along with two youth villages, located in its administrative territory.
The head of the council (2007) is Moti Dotan.
List of settlements
This regional council provides municipal services for the populations within its territory, who live in various types of communities including kibbutzim, moshavim, a moshava, community settlements and youth villages:
The various branches of agriculture are still the most prevalent economic sector in the council region. This includes floral greenhouses, field crops, dairy barns and poultry raising.
- Lower Galilee Industrial Zone - includes the Wissotzky Tea factory and the Primor juice factory.
- Lower Galilee Industrial Park
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