Lutzi-festival-team builds waldhutte for the children

At the annual general meeting of the kindergarten association st. Dionys rottershausen, chairman simone herbst was able to report a lot of positive things about the course of the last year. The daycare center is well positioned in terms of space, finances and personnel. Unfortunately, only a few kindergarten parents were present. The general assembly was attended by 18 members of the association.

New board of directors

This year the new elections of the board of directors were held. 2. Chairwoman simone seufert and secretary vanessa schmitt did not stand for election again. Simone herbst loved to run again for the post of 1. Chairman, thomas rauh stood as a candidate for the office of the 2. Chairman. Cynthia gebner lieb also stood again as treasurer, and katrin stefan ran for the office of secretary.
Simone seufert and vanessa schmitt stood for election as treasurers. All were elected unanimously and accepted the election. Furthermore vanessa schmitt takes over the office of the delegate for the club community. The 2. Chairwoman simone seufert, who read out the activity report of the board, thanked in particular the educators and child care workers for their commitment and the very good work in the past year. Thanks also went to the parents' council for their commitment, good support and for organizing this year's children's carnival. She also thanked the municipality for the smooth cooperation and financial support.

All the enjoyment under one roof

All the enjoyment under one roof

Erich schmitt experienced the development of the raiffeisen banks in the district of kitzingen at first hand. When he was elected chairman of the board in 1972, the previously independent raiffeisen facilities in rodelsee and kleinlangheim had already been merged with groblangheim. A new building was not to be erected in groblangheim; the bank decided to partially rebuild the former ten barn. It was the time when the merchandise business that had existed until then was abandoned due to competition. The raiffeisenbank kitzinger land looked back on these and many other stories at its 135th anniversary celebration, which took place on friday evening in groblangheim.
"There were no cutbacks until the merger with obernbreit", erich schmitt recalls, and also names the reason: the money disbursed was to remain in the villages. First, there was the rough question of which raiffeisenbank groblangheim should merge with: wiesentheid or kitzingen. However, the choice fell on obernbreit, which presented itself as similarly well positioned. Erich schmitt still led the negotiations for the unification, but then he did not stand for re-election in 1999 after 27 years as chairman of the board of directors. "The important thing for me was that it continued. I was a cooperative member through and through."
For schmitt, the year that has now almost come to an end was certainly an important one – as bank director albrecht hack explained at the ceremony, it was the international year of cooperatives. For the bank, this was also a reason to celebrate the unusual 135th anniversary of its founding. "The roots lie in groblangheim, when 85 men and women joined on 15. December 1877 did justice to the spirit of new movements at the time", hack outlined the basic idea of the time: what one person can't do, many can. Today, raiffeisenbank kitzinger land has 3680 members.
For alexander buchel, the value of cooperatives lies in their intangible assets – as keynote speaker, the member of the executive board of the bavarian cooperative association named solidarity, regionality and cooperative spirit as the most important building blocks. 1877 had certainly not been an easy time, given the economic stagnation, because the social security systems had only been introduced later. Some burghers followed friedrich wilhelm raiffeisen's idea and founded the credit union, since no help could be expected from auben. "The cooperative form was not chosen without reason, because it meant that concrete problems could be alleviated together." It was mostly about small loans.
The bank had done well with this decision for 135 years, coping very well with two world wars, two economic reforms, several forms of government, and the division of germany. The bank always kept up with the times and joined forces with other raiffeisen loan societies – but never at the expense of regional development. Thanks to the cooperative banks as partners of the economy, the national economy has coped far better with crises than is the case in other countries, even though their entrepreneurs have also encountered difficulties.
Buchel raised the question of whether banks were still desirable in view of the increasing number of banks coming from berlin and brussels, because big banks and raiffeisen banks were treated equally. This put a strain on the mainly regionally active SME banks, even though they had ensured stability in the past.

Actively confronting poverty
The idea behind the plan to found a loan association was to combat poverty by forming solidarity cooperatives, reported bank director reinhold weber. It is particularly noteworthy that seven women were among the founding members, although they did not have the right to vote at that time. The as "association was incorporated into the cooperative system in 1919. It granted loans of between 30 and 2000 reichsmarks to pay for purchases and repairs. "This has remained the case until today – only the amounts are higher", weber remarked. In the loan association kleinlangheim, founded in 1909, there had been higher loans, because there was a little more prosperity there. After the mergers, the business volume was twelve million marks and reached a value of 87 million marks by 2001. When the bank merged to form raiffeisenbank kitzinger land in 2003, its business volume was already 140 million marks. Weber's look back illustrated the courage of the people of the region to face economic hardship in a community of solidarity.
With this impressive success story, district administrator tamara bischof felt that 135 years was reason enough to celebrate. "After a period of doubt, the cooperative model is now in again, because it shows that cooperatives can work." Unlike big banks, savings banks and cooperative banks in particular are still rooted in the countryside as partners of municipalities and companies.
Hack and weber had already honored 72 members for 25, 50 and 60 years of membership. During the ceremony, the mayors of rodelsee, burkhard klein, and obernbreit, bernhard bruckner, were awarded certificates for many years of loyalty. Rodelsee has belonged to today's bank for 80 years, obernbreit already for 90 years. "Both villagers recognized even then that striving forward together is the future", noted hack.
The celebration was musically framed by the kaffeehausensemble eitel with soprano Eva Hajkova endres.

Transition must be planned anew

Transition must be planned anew

There was no approval in the municipal council for the "southern crossing aid B 279". The design agreed by horst hofmann of the weyrauther planning office in bamberg with the bamberg state tramway office and now presented was very different from that which the committee had already presented to the planning office. In the meantime, it has also become clear that the favored site near the lourdes chapel lacks the necessary flatness for land acquisition, even if one assumes the smallest dimensions of an island head with a width of four meters.

Above the southeastern development, the steep slope of the embankment along the main road poses a major problem. The area, which was needed for this, is a fauna-flora-habitat-area, which is subject to the nature protection law. Thus, compensation areas had to be created. All the owners had agreed to the acquisition of the land by the municipality.

Rate hold on temporary parking regulation

The sommerach town council dealt with a large number of building applications on monday evening. Among other things, it was about an application for permission from the municipality to renovate a historic enclosure wall at the main gate in sommerach. The building project has been approved – however, the company still wants to wait for the opinion of the consulting office schlicht lamprecht. The council also gave the go-ahead for four other building applications, subject to conditions and comments.

There were no major discussions on the temporary parking regulations for 2019 in the old town of sommerach. Also because this rule has been successfully implemented since 2016. The parking regulation process, says mayor elmar henke, is supported by the people. The basis for this is the municipal order issued by the 4. May to 27. October provides for the following rule. On saturdays from 2 p.M. To 8 p.M. On sundays and on holidays from 11 a.M. To 8 p.M. There is a general parking ban on public areas and roads.

Finzel fights for the expansion

Finzel fights for the expansion

The widening of federal highway 4 in the so-called weichengereuth in coburg has been an issue for decades. For decades, it was considered a desirable goal by the county, the city and the business community. Now it is in the federal traffic route plan, is actually to be implemented and will cost 26 million euros, which the federal government will invest, while the town and community of ahorn will at best have to worry about connecting points. Now the city of coburg no longer wants the four-lane expansion planned. The mayor of ahorn, martin finzel (no party affiliation), can’t understand that. With a corresponding application, he wants to make sure of the support at least in the district council.

"The coburg region has been campaigning for years in a coordinated manner for the implementation of the expansion of federal highway 4 between the sud access road and the frankenbrucke in coburg. The declarations and in some cases unanimous resolutions from 2016 for inclusion in the 2030 federal transport infrastructure plan are examples of this. All those involved were already aware at the time that only a four-lane expansion would make it possible for the road to be included in the federal government’s 256 billion euro investment program, the 2030 federal transport infrastructure plan, finzel writes in the foreword to his proposal.

Eu special summit to decide dispute over spending

Eu special summit to decide dispute over spending

The special summit on the EU’s financial planning for the years 2014 to 2020 is intended to avoid a situation in which the dispute over spending, with a ceiling of around one billion euros, dominates the next regular EU summit on 18 december./19. October in brussel overshadowed, said EU diplomats in brussel. Presumably, the summit will take place in the second half of november.

Cypriot european minister mavroyiannis said the council presidency in september wants to identify options for a compromise between net contributor countries and those receiving eu funds. For the first time, figures are to be included in the negotiating document. This will "eventually be discussed by heads of state and government, most likely at an extraordinary meeting in november.".

Vienna state opera holds on to placido domingo

Vienna State Opera holds on to placido domingo

Despite accusations of sexual harassment by some women, the vienna state opera is sticking to the agreed engagements with opera star placido domingo.

From his point of view, there is no legally tenable reason not to fulfill existing contracts, said the director of the state opera dominique meyer to the austrian news agency APA. He could not judge the accusations and did not want to play them down, said meyer. "At the same time, i don’t want to prejudge placido domingo either." The 78-year-old’s scheduled appearances as macbeth in october 2019 and as nabucco and as the conductor of "la traviata" in june 2020 remained intact.

The forchheim reichskristallnacht in court

Eleven years after the events of 9. And 10. On november 1938, 19 men had to stand trial before the bamberg district court. The process documents: the smothering and demolition of the synagogue at wiesentstrabe 15 was only a small part of a tremendous outbreak of violence against the city's jewish citizens. This destruction plant was not only run by an elite circle of SS and SA henchmen; a "large part of the population" was also involved was at least involved as an interested observer and follower.

1. Indictment

The wall will soon fall – at least in autenhausen

At the road leading from the center of autenhausen in the direction of gleismuthhausen, hendrik dressel (freie wahler), chairman of the district building committee, spoke plainly. "Slowly it becomes criminal", said dressel, who is also mayor of seblach, and led his colleagues to the retaining wall in bergstrabe. The stones are piling up and the slope is pushing the stairs up to the church further and further into the street.

When the CO20 county road in autenhausen will be rehabilitated in the inner city is still in the stars, even after the site visit of the construction committee. For 2017, the part of the project has been on the schedule so far, but hendrik dressel would like to move it up a bit. The matter will probably not be cheap, because the district will have to rehabilitate not only the road in autenhausen, but also the retaining wall, which is over two meters high in places.