By Libya Herald reporter.
Ghariyan, 17 March 2015:
The Committee for Damage Control in the Municipality of Ghariyan has said that 87 homes, . . .[restrict]two mosques and 2 schools have been damaged by the fighting in the area last year.
Having visited the eastern and western areas, as well as Al-Mataneen and Al-Araeifa, the committee found that 24 homes had been severely damaged—15 in the West and nine in the Al-Mataneen area. The two mosques and two schools, in Al-Mataneen and Al-Araeifa—suffered moderate damage, the committee president Abdel Fattah Dyer told the Libya Herald.
The committee has also went to the Abu Shaybah region, where five farms were damaged by fire after their olive trees were set ablaze.
Once the committee has concluded its investigations of the area, it will submit a complete report to the mayor.
The Damage Control committee was set up by Ghariyan’s mayor and includes a member of the municipal council, as well as the local heads and the police chiefs of each of the affected areas. [/restrict]