Hadsheet Municipality was established in 1963, and this was regarded as a giant leap in the history of Hadsheet renaissance At that time, a personnel status was established.
The Hadsheet Municipal Council included the following 12 members:
|>> Romanos El Khoury Hanna Moussau||President|
|>> Bachir Romanos Sassine||Deputy|
|>> Albert Fouad Saadé||Member|
|>> Boutros Wadih Wardan||Member|
|>> Hanna Arsanios El Bazouni||Member|
|>> Dib Milan Barakat||Member|
|>> Romanos El Khoury Mansour Chhadeh||Member|
|>> Semaan Hanna El Zaouk||Member|
|>> Aziz Jibrael Hadchiti||Member|
|>> Mikhael Bakhos Zeid||Member|
|>> Wadih Sarkis El Agha||Member|
|>> Wafic Hawach Saker||Member|
|>> Wahib Mohssen Rizk||Treasurer|
|>> Neamatallah Boutros Kizana||Policeman|
- Works executed:
- Support committee:
- Works executed:
- A step towards the expansion of Hadsheet municipality for the 1998 session:
Constructing sewage network, lighting the town streets with lamp posts, paving routes inside the town, ensuring rooms for the education of students in town and paying the rent, renting the municipality residence, negotiating with the authorities for building drinkable water reservoirs as well as some works in town.
The municipality council was dissolute due to the resignation of third of its members by resolution number 51 issued by Minister of the Interior in 23-6-1967, therefore, district commissioner of Bcharri was assigned to be in charge of the works in Hadchit.
In 1-12-1993, a committee was formed to assist the municipality and it comprised the following gentlemen: Youssef Jalil Semaan, El Badwani Sarkis Rizk, Tansa Diab El Hawi, Antoune Chekrallah Sassine, Jean Romanos El Khoury, Hanna Neamatallah Khattar and Wajih Aziz Hadchiti.
Rehabilitating the internal roads and canals, establishing and rehabilitating the sewage network, lighting some districts with lamp posts, removing the garbage to waste dumps along with some other works.
1998 witnessed the first municipal elections after the war. It depicted the eagerness of Hadsheet citizens for a municipal council which will enhance our village and take it into a level that meets both residents and expatriates’ ambitions. The cutting edged elections’ results came as a sincere expression of Hadsheet national commitment; they reflected its citizens’ beliefs, and most importantly they came as a response to deprivation and unfairness our village suffered from for years and years. Thus, Hadsheet chose a young and promising municipal council, committed to manage and plan for its future.