With the construction of the new Schwülmebrücke in Mühlenweg this year, for the inhabitants of the Hardegser village Hettensen, a long-cherished wish comes true. But the joy over the work finally started is clouded. Not only Blank December 2018 Calendar because the cost of the construction has increased from the original 80 000 euros to 200 000 euros, since a much greater effort must be made to the new bridge for a to make so-called 100-year flood (we reported).
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Now there are significant doubts about the correct planning. In the most recent session of the Committee on Urban Planning, Building and the Environment, committee member Rainer Glahe (FBL), who is also mayor of Hettensen, explained the concerns. Accordingly, the bridge had been misaligned. Under the heading “Where does the path lead?”
Glahe clarified the facts on the website www.hettensen.de. “Already at shuttering of the superstructure plate and the subsequent laying of the reinforcing steel, the malposition of the new bridge became clear,” it states. This, the charge of Glahes, the head of the responsible architectural office before the concession in the acceptance of the laid steel would actually have to recognize.
In view of the current situation is not conceivable that an agricultural team with two supporters could cross this bridge in the future, so Glahe in the committee meeting. “One wonders who has planned this.” Mayor Michael Kaiser doubted in the meeting that the commissioned office could have made a mistake in the planning of the bridge. Nevertheless, he agreed to have the whole matter re-examined. The members of the Hardegser Council will visit the construction site already on Monday before 6 pm before the next Council meeting.
The beginning of the meeting, which takes place in the multipurpose room Hettensen, was from 19 to 19.30 Postponed because the management committee is still in session. The rally has already begun, but the stream of people pouring onto the grounds of the Hambach Forest on Saturday does not stop. “Let’s stand so that we have the many people in the background,” shouts one man in his group posing for the photographer.
Nine women and men wearing red caps and the same-yellow strike vest with the Verdi service union logo. In front of them, they are holding a new banner with the words “Stop coal-fired power generation – SOCIAL-compatible exit. Trade unionists for Klim aschutz “. A somewhat surprising picture. After all, climate protection and jobs still seem to be an unbridgeable contradiction in Germany – even among the unions. This article was published in issue 41/2018 of 11.10.2018 You like the article? Try Friday for 3 weeks for free! Order here! “I’m from an industrialized country.
And I know that work and the environment can not be played off against each other, “said Environment Minister Svenja Schulze (SPD) at a start in March. Schulze is a member of the Industrial Union of Mining, Chemicals and Energy (IG BCE), which fights for coal. It was only in June that the union published its “territorial appeal” and warned against a Blank December 2018 Calendar “hasty, uncontrolled exit from coal”. A premature shutdown driven by symbolism would result in “clear cuts in the regions, rising energy prices and job losses”.