Municipality gets involved in urban development

municipality gets involved in urban development

The municipality of wiesenbronn is getting involved in the urban development project.

Mayor doris paul had invited daniela kircher from the government of lower franconia and christoph lamprecht and marie-line leleannec from the schlicht und lamprecht planning office in schweinfurt to the meeting. For the urban development request a development concept prepared by the planning office was approved, the basis of which was worked out in two citizen workshops.

The discussion of the statements of the public interest groups (tob) took a long time, because mayor paul had to read out no less than 19 pages of statements and vote on the often only very general statements of the tob. It was about statements such as those made by the amt fur ernahrung, landwirtschaft und forsten (food, agriculture and forestry office) that conflicts with agricultural operations should be avoided. Similar in content were the comments of the office for rural development and the farmers' association. He also pointed out that further development of tourism should take into account the fact that agricultural activities can cause dust, noise and odors. The association specifically opposed a proposed mobile home site at koboldsee and favored the sports field instead, for the better view and accessibility of hiking trails.

The church community acquired the property at kirchberg 11 and wanted the community's support in the construction of parking facilities with a barrier-free main entrance as part of a conversion into a community center. The state building department made it clear that it would continue to be involved if individual measures such as the relocation of st 2420, the redesign of adjacent village streets, the main street, and a lightening of the western and eastern village entrances were to take place. The water management office made similar comments on projects around the koboldsee and wiesbach lakes.

At the beginning of the meeting, the town council worked through a statement on the town planning demand submitted by reinhard hubner. Hubner missed a vacancy register in the project list, as well as plans for the redesign of badersgasse and the seegarten. Otherwise, he criticized the inventory plan enclosed with the project list, saying it was flawed and incomplete in some places. The condition of many buildings was incorrectly represented in the building age plan. At his request, the two work titles "infrastructure and leisure axis in the village" were changed to "continuous connection west-east" redesignated, as it should include all public facilities.

Regarding the eich residential area, leleannec explained that the former eich building should be rehabilitated and restored to its prominent and townscape function, as requested by hubner. Adjacent properties may need to be developed differently to improve residential quality. With regard to his other proposals to include the cemetery and the sports center, hubner had to admit that not all of them were eligible. Kircher emphasized that the cemetery is a municipal task. On the other hand, the establishment of a community archive in the matthaushaus – and thus the preservation of the historically grown structure of a parish courtyard with residential house and barn – could even be given preferential treatment.

It was added to the list that projects such as the redesign of the soccer field and an attractive youth center would involve young people in opinion-forming.

When it came to naming probable costs, councillor juliane ackermann saw too high a cost commitment for the community coffers in the long term. Mayor paul assumed that the implementation of the list would always be decided on a case-by-case basis, depending on the financial capacity of the municipality.