When it comes to the money supply, the burghers also come out from behind their warming stove. At the town hall meeting for all parts of the community in the auditorium of the untersiemau elementary and secondary school, there was a queue at first. To get the attendance lists, some patience was required from the 230 visitors (untersiemau has 4157 inhabitants). Mayor rolf rosenbauer (CSU) was only able to open the interesting meeting after a 20-minute delay. Main topic: strabenausbaubeitragssatzung (strabs).
As was the case almost two weeks ago at the city council meeting, this legislation is an injustice for the ratepayers, as it is now for the citizens, "that should not be tolerated", said a large part of the audience. Some residents felt that something had to be done about it. Under the motto: "who does not defend himself, lives wrongly!" One group asked the mayor to draft a petition for the burghers to sign. Rosenbauer’s objection that the mayors of the district had only made representations to the ministry of the interior in october was simply ignored.
Nothing has been made public yet
Again and again, accompanied by applause, the sentences: "one must not accept everything and must fight against it – if it must be with demos!" From the other side of the room, it was said that the strabs were already being opposed throughout bavaria – even in the municipalities that have already had the statute for a long time. "For many things", according to rosenbauer "our hands are legally tied, however!"
When asked when the settlements will begin, the mayor replied reassuringly, "don’t worry, they won’t start overnight"!" As long as there is no legally binding decision of the legal supervisor, the municipality will not publish any bylaws and will not carry out new tree inspections, he added.