The Mayor of the village Gortinas Emmanouil Aligidakis informs them that the number of the residents the village Mitropoli of the Municipality Gortinas has increased and they have short supplies of water.
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Title
The Mayor of the village Gortinas Emmanouil Aligidakis informs them that the number of the residents the village Mitropoli of the Municipality Gortinas has increased and they have short supplies of water.
Description
Gortinas Emmanouil asks that the problem is faced. Application of the residents of the Village Mitropoli to the Mayor of Gortinas for water problems. Delivery at the Village Orthe Milopotamou, to Nikolaou Patiraki
Note
Towards the Administration of Efkafiou of Irakliou
Issue Date
1908-05-13
Language
Ottoman Turkish
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/66428
Collections
Type
Format
21-31 cm, Handwritten
Number of Scanned Documents
8
Identifier
ACIGVD00004
Rights
Open Access
Accrual Method
Purchase

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