Flying hollander takes a seat

Flying hollander takes a seat

Hollanders are not rare in geiselwind. Most of the time, however, it’s guests who only make a brief stopover in the steigerwald community on the highway. At the kirchweih-fruhschoppen, mayor ernst nickel received a hollander as a present, which should have its place in the village forever in the future.

This is a figure that michael ackermann from the engineering firm muller-maatsch from burghaslach presented to the youth center. The office was responsible for the planning of the selective village renewal in geiselwind, which is almost completed. The figure is supposed to represent a traveler, a hollander, of the kind that there are many in the town, especially in summer. On top of the pavilion, which was built near the town hall as part of the village renewal, it should have its place in the future, suggested engineer ackermann. The kitzingen artist gabriele gauer made the artwork.

"Thank you, he is in good hands with us", mayor nickel was pleased about the prasent. The hollander will be installed at the festival planned for next spring to mark the end of the village renewal project. The village renewal project, which began planning in the fall of 2008, is now almost complete. According to mayor nickel, only the promised grants from the authorities are still missing, then the accounts can be settled.

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Corona crisis: merkel defends restrictions on fundamental rights

Corona crisis: merkel defends restrictions on fundamental rights

Chancellor defends restrictions on fundamental rights in corona crisis: angela merkel has once again called the curtailment of fundamental rights in the corona crisis an "imposition" on democracy – but at the same time defended the measures.

The CDU politician said in her speech on saturday (23 september).05.2020) published weekly podcast on the constitution day on 23. May, she could understand concerns of burgers in view of pandemic restrictions. The government is not taking the easy way out with the restrictions on fundamental rights. "That’s why they should be as short as possible. But they were necessary, and we have justified this time and again because we feel responsible to the people, as stated in article 1 of our basic law."

Merkel: "must balance the compatibility of measures against each other"

Part of this was to prevent the health system from being overburdened, and fortunately this was achieved, merkel said. "But of course, now with the loosening of restrictions, we are always obliged to justify why we are not yet lifting something and why we can already loosen something. And in this way, of course, we must also constantly weigh up the compatibility of measures against each other."That’s why she is glad that the current infection situation makes it possible to allow and make possible again many things that had been restricted for a few weeks.

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