Comes new used goods market?

The used goods market, which was previously offered by integra at the guterbahnhof, is getting a new lease of life. As district administrator klaus peter sollner () indicated at yesterday's meeting of the district council's environment committee, both the BRK district association and the diakonie with its managing directors jurgen dippold and karl-heinz kuch signaled that they were prepared to develop a concept for a used goods market. They were even running this together if necessary. Volunteers and the employment agency are also to be integrated into this concept with regard to a claim. The environmental committee agreed that both parties should work out a concept and submit it to the district administration office.
District administrator sollner also referred to the motions of the FDP district association and the district council faction bundnis 90/die grunen. The free democrats in their letter of 22. The question of where people in need who are not in a position to buy new furniture can pick up used furniture in the future was raised by the drechsler environmental protection company in september, and it was established that "comparable services in bayreuth and kronach will continue to operate for many years to come."
And the district council faction bundnis 90/die grunen came to the conclusion in its motion: "by closing integra, the district of kulmbach will lose an important potential for waste avoidance on the part of the waste management industry. The possibility of employing, challenging and placing welfare recipients is also reduced. The supply especially of the socially weak population strata with used goods should also be implemented here. Such models work in other local authorities, so it would be worthwhile to investigate and install an analogous concept for kulmbach as well."

There was an acute need for action

District administrator sollner told the environmental committee that they would also involve their own social services department in order to arrive at a sustainable solution.
Sollner also commented on the award decision of the district committee regarding the establishment and operation of a collection point for waste electrical and electronic equipment to the company drechsler umweltschutz KG, kulmbach. After the awo district association announced the liquidation of integra on 30. September 2017 had informed the district office of kulmbach, action had to be taken quickly. The establishment and operation of a collection point for electrical appliances was then postponed to the period from 1 january 2009. October 2017 to 30. September 2020 limited and with an option on verlangerung advertised. According to gunter sollner, five companies were invited to submit a bid, but only drechsler umweltschutz KG from kulmbach submitted a bid. There was therefore an acute need for action. District administrator sollner praised the quick decision of his two employees detlef zenk and gunter sollner: "in a relatively short time, a solution was put in place. We were obligated to act and have found a sustainable solution. My employees reacted quickly and with foresight."

erlangen-hochstadt district: beware of dubious tradesmen - police issue a warning

Due to current events, the criminal police – mainly in the areas of erlangen, neustadt an der aisch and uffenheim – warns of advertising or. Offers unserioser companies and gives behavior tips.

Already in the past many dubious flyers distributed

In the past, it has often happened that dubious companies have offered services that were advertised in the daily newspaper or in the form of flyers in the post.

Biodiversity is threatened. Worldwide, two-thirds of all animal and plant species ecosystems are already classified as endangered. The association "communities for biodiversity, kommbio" for short, therefore advocates the creation of green municipalities and counties to provide a habitat for animals and plants. Becoming a member of this association was discussed by the grafenberg city council at its meeting.
Under the chairmanship of second mayor sylvia hofmann (), chamberlain ernst steinlein presented the goals and work of the association on the basis of a leaflet. The association sees its tasks in creating green and open spaces in the municipalities in the settlement area, ensuring the protection of species and biotopes and using the areas sustainably.
The alliance wants to support the municipalities in the demand of the potential human and nature. Even though the city will have to rejoin a regular dues-paying association, the council decided to take this step. If, however, membership in the association does not bring the hoped-for support, she will return to her work as a customer.

swans have turned up

A missing persons report of a somewhat different kind reached our editorial office over the weekend: "for several days now, the mute swan family, which breeds and raises its young every year on a pond between hablach and haig, has been missing.", wrote sigrid arneth.

After the usual incubation period, the swan couple had seven chicks as an addition to the family. The fact that both parents and all seven cucumbers disappeared at the same time is more than strange, she said. The little ones could swim, but not yet fly.

Next tuesday, the administrative court of munich will decide whether a resident of kasernstrabe is actually right, who had filed a lawsuit against the extension fees charged according to the strabs contribution statutes (strabs) and won against the city in the first instance.
Last year, the bayreuth administrative court ruled that the kasernstrabe was to be regarded as a main thoroughfare and not as an adjoining road. It is about 4500 euros, which the city had to pay back to the resident. The city has appealed against this decision, which will now be decided by a higher court in munich next week.This ruling will also be of interest to the residents of jagdstrabe, who are standing by fub with their objection for the same reason.
However, in its official announcement the city draws attention to the following: "notices issued before the 1. January 2018 but retain their validity. The legal proceedings will be conducted by the objections authorities in accordance with the. December 2017 legal situation decided."
No more road construction fees will be charged for the renewal or improvement of local roads and public footpaths and their lighting.

Further development contributions

But watch out: "development contributions for the initial final construction of local roads must continue to be levied by the municipalities", it is stated in the communication of the city. This also applies to a few local roads in forchheim, which have only been provisionally constructed and for which no development fee has yet been charged. "If these are finally constructed, 90 percent of the costs are passed on to the residents", it says in the announcement signed by the mayor uwe kirschstein. As heike fasbender from the building administration explains to our newspaper, this concerns, for example, the new building area at weingartsteig. The von pappenheim- und wallensteinstrabe is also still a temporary structure that has not yet been settled – this will be done when it is finally completed.

Fewer men die young

"Road traffic accidents continue to be the leading cause of death among young people," said michael muhlichen of the bib, according to the release. "The decrease in traffic mortality contributed significantly to an overall decrease in mortality."

In 2000, almost one in two deaths among men between the ages of 15 and 24 was caused by a traffic accident. 2010 it was just over one in four. "Until 2003, more men died in road traffic each year than women of the same age in total," the release states. Every third death of a woman in this age group was related to a traffic accident in 2000; in 2010, it was only every fourth death. Between 1990 and 2000, the numbers for both genders were still fairly constant.

this is how the munich

"Why don't we have another simple case where a man beats his wife to death because he catches her in bed with his best friend in flagrante delicto? – the munich "crime scene-commissioner franz leitmayr (udo wachtveitl) speaks from the depths of time in his youngest case what his colleague ivo batic (miroslav nemec) is probably also thinking. Director dominik graf didn't exactly make it easy for his two investigators.

Not only leitmayr finds temporary refuge in munich's westend, the body of florian holzer also turns up in a construction pit in the neighborhood. Batic suspects a robbery-murder behind the crime and meets croatian countrymen during the investigation. But there are other investigative approaches: "calamity jane" magda holzer (erni mangold), the adoptive mother of the murder victim, resides together with her biological son peter (martin feifel), who is hated by her, and his girlfriend liz (meret becker) in a villa on the banks of the isar river. But peter and florian both had a relationship with liz, and on the night of the murder the two brothers had a fight.

Danger of recession: top economists see economic risks

According to leading economists, the global trade conflicts could have a considerable impact on the german economy, which is strong in exports and accustomed to success.

Although germany and europe have so far been largely spared the trade disputes emanating from the usa. In their fall report, however, the economic research institutes also warn: "an escalation of the trade conflict, leading to substantial tariff increases by the USA on a broad front, could trigger a severe recession in germany and in europe."

Germanwings: no new arbitration date yet after strike

After the three-day flight attendant strike at germanwings, a subsidiary of lufthansa, there is initially no agreement between the disputing parties.

According to a spokesman for the ufo cabin crew union, no date has yet been set for renewed talks with the lufthansa group under the leadership of the two designated arbitrators matthias platzeck and frank-jurgen weise.

experts: less undeclared work in germany

This is the conclusion of the forecast for the shadow economy 2013, which was presented by economics professor friedrich schneider from the university of linz and the tubingen institute for applied economic research (IAW) on wednesday in berlin.

"People have good chances to get a job in the regular economy. They simply don’t have the time or the motivation for moonlighting," said IAW managing director bernhard boockmann, explaining the decline. Nevertheless, almost every seventh euro continues to be diverted away from the treasury. Germany is therefore slightly worse off than the average industrialized nation.