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Regional Council of Drom-Ha'Sharon (Israel)

Mo'atza Ezorit Drom-Ha'Sharon

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[Regional Council of Drom-Ha'Sharon, green field (Israel)]
both by Dov Gutterman | 2:3

[Regional Council of Drom-Ha'Sharon, orange field (Israel)]

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Regional Council Drom-Ha'Sharon (South Sharon) is situated in the centre of the country, unites 31 settlements with 21,000 inh. It was established in 1980. The Regional Council emblem combines three elements representing the three former Regional Councils which were merged into it:

  • Yarkon: the Yarkon River
  • Mif'alot Afek: Antipatris Fort
  • Ha'Sharon Ha'Tikhon: citrus tree
The letter I received from the Regional Council said nothing about the flag, but in the attached brochure there is a photo showing two flags, one on orange background and the other on green background. Sources: Letter from Leora Meller, Secretary to the Regional Council Spokesman, 31 July 2001; Regional Council brochure 1999; desk flag.

Dov Gutterman, 20 August 2001

The Regional Council was established by uniting three small former Regional Councils:

  • Yarkon, named after the river;
  • Mif'alot Afek (meaning Afek Plants), Afek is where Antipatris Fort and Yarkon springs are, was the start of the water pipeline plant Yarkon-Negev, hence the name, and
  • Ha'Sharon Ha'Tikhon (Central (lit. Mediterranean) Sharon).

Dov Gutterman, 21 August 2001

In my research of municipal flags legislation I was unable to find this emblem published in the official gazette (Rashumot).

Dov Gutterman, 4 September 2001

The city hall is at Moshav Kfar Malal and there I could check the above information is correct. I also spotted two variants: orange flag with green emblem and green flag with orange emblem. (...) Instead of the full coloured emblem, on the flags there is only an outlined one. Source: author's own observation, 19 September 2001.

Dov Gutterman, 21 September and 1 October 2001