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The county must decide about “nec

The county must decide about

How is it now, with the permission, neustadter cars again – like before – with the "NEC-to equip license plates? That was certainly not the most important question that frank altrichter, the CSU"s candidate for mayor, had for thomas kreuzer. But it is, as he emphasized, "a matter of the hearts of the people of neustadt".

To allow old license plates again

"On monday there is to be a cabinet bill on the old license plates", the head of the bavarian state chancellery declared. Federal transport minister peter ramsauer (CSU) has created the possibility of allowing old license plates again. The states were able to implement this. In bavaria, decisions are to be made at the district level. In plain language: neustadt had to apply for it, but the district council had to decide it. "Not everywhere people want to have the old license plates back", female cruiser. And reintroduction does not go smoothly everywhere.
"There were no problems in neustadt", frank altrichter is convinced. For him, the license plate issue was a segue into the question of further reforms in the state of bavaria. He rejects the idea of merging the districts of coburg, kronach and lichtenfels. Kreuzer sees such reforms in two ways: "coarse districts have the advantage of coarse administrative units. This can make a lot of things easier." at the same time, however, he sees the danger that intermunicipal cooperation will then often be shifted to special-purpose associations, which is not conducive to democratic decision-making.

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Cyclists soon have to fear higher bubble money

cyclists soon have to fear higher bubble money

Dangerous traffic violations will soon be more expensive for cyclists on german roads. At the request of the states, bub fines for many offenses are to be increased by five to ten euros, the federal ministry of transport announced in berlin on wednesday. The goal is more safety for all road users. Therefore, in the future, car drivers who do not show consideration for cyclists will also be asked to pay more. The new regulations are expected to take effect on 1. April come into force.

Federal and state governments had observed that the interaction between cyclists and motorists was deteriorating, said a spokesman for federal transport minister peter ramsauer (CSU). With some offences the threshold of the money-robbers was so small that they were committed again and again. This friday, the federal council is expected to pass a resolution to tighten up the law, which the federal government will then implement.

Specifically, it is planned that cyclists will be charged 20 to 35 euros for making the wrong turn into one-way streets, depending on the situation, instead of the current 15 to 30 euros, according to the "bild" newspaper-newspaper (wednesday) reports. Anyone not riding on the bike lane or riding on it in the wrong direction is to pay 20 euros instead of 15 euros in the future. Riding without lights will soon cost cyclists 20 instead of 10 euros.

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City council discusses change of leadership at staatsbad gmbh

City council discusses change of leadership at staatsbad gmbh

The press release from the town hall came without warning, although perhaps not entirely surprisingly. And it contained only two sentences: "the city council of the city of bad kissingen will meet on 12. December in the non-public part with the question whether there should be a change at the top of the bayerische staatsbad bad kissingen gmbh." And: "the public will be informed promptly of the outcome of these deliberations."

Only one person can be meant by the head of the staatsbad gmbh: spa director gunter sauer. There is nothing more in the dark air of leadership, because a deputy for him has never been hired. He himself had come to bad kissingen in 2004, where he took over as deputy to the then spa director annette kratz. When she left office two years later, he took over – with an unlimited contract.

He had already known about this planned debate in the city council, sauer said when asked: "I don’t want to say any more about it at the moment." And thus nothing to the question whether this announcement has surprised him. The preliminary information was confirmed by the city’s legal advisor joachim kohn: "the state baths company, aware of the city council’s involvement with this issue, is keeping a low profile."

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Slaughterhouse fire: verdict based on “puzzle

Update: the defendant has since appealed against this verdict. He was elected on 7.5.Acquitted in second instance in 2018. Since his presence at the scene of the crime at the time in question could be refuted, both prosecutor and defense counsel pleaded for an acquittal.

For two years and eight months, a 63-year-old pensioner is behind bars for allegedly setting fire to the slaughterhouse in bamberg in december 2016. The fire caused more than 300,000 euros in property damage. The former employee werner L. (name changed) had acted in panic and destroyed incriminating documents in order to “retire without a blemish” so the verdict.
It had taken two days of trial, extensive evidence gathering and two dozen witnesses to forge a chain of evidence that had become tighter and tighter around the defendant’s neck. Because clear evidence, as prosecutor daniel heppt openly admitted, did not exist.

Other suspects

For neither had werner L. Caught in the act while tindering in the administrative building of the slaughterhouse, nor found during a house search burglary tools or spray cans with slogans like “tonnies out” on the inside and “morder” had been sprayed on walls and doors. Lawyer jochen kaller (bamberg) had tried in vain to bring other suspects, such as a former head butcher, other cashier employees or animal protection activists into play.

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The much-maligned wall of silence

Since the middle of january i have been following the so called sandstraben process. Active, in which I have since sab four times in the courtroom. I have been working in gastronomy for almost 30 years, so you could say that I belong to the "gastronomic scene" to. Of course, i don’t always have my service money bag around my neck to identify myself as a member of this scene. This seems to guarantee me the freedom for the time being to out myself as belonging to the scene. If, on the other hand, I were to carry a skateboard under my arm, it apparently became clear very quickly where I belonged: behind the wall of silence.
When I walk through the sandy streets in july, no matter what day of the week it is, I usually meet a lot of people I know. People talk, sometimes for a few words, sometimes they order a wine and stay a little longer. And everyone has his favorite corners, from which you know who you meet where. Gladly also daily. Will heiben, to remember a week later who I met when and what I discussed with him is a challenge. It becomes more difficult when I still have three bottles in my head.
If in the time something aubergewohnliches happen, I remember that. My attention is directed there and i store what i see. Whether that was the day I tried the rose with X, whether Y was added to it, becomes more difficult.
But if it’s a day when I’ve been on shift, or my purse has been stolen, or I’ve been having relationship problems, it could be that I’m not so interested in the usual things, because I’m busy with myself.

And maybe you should ask other questions? "571 days ago today, did you walk to point X or to point Y??"; "What lap did you run 613 days ago today, a lap that you have been running since approx. 312 times again; they sometimes go this way and sometimes that way, so how was that exactly 613 days ago, please?"What did you talk about in those 7 seconds??"
I admire the calmness with which they try to answer such questions. But probably I confuse now rest with fear. When the power over a blood-white leadership certificate lies in the hands of a man at the upcoming job application in two/three years, one can sometimes stutter.

Since then, I have often wondered what I actually did the night of 29. To 30. July 2017. The first time I saw the video I thought: "I hope I’m not walking through the picture now." I don’t know it anymore. If I had seen an ambulance standing there, I probably still didn’t know where I had come from, where I was going, and with whom I had spent the evening.

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Automated investment makes little headway in germany

Automated investment makes little headway in germany

Automated investing on the internet is slow to reach german savers. The robotic platforms that allow investors to invest money in fund portfolios have met with less interest than initially expected, according to the consulting firm oliver wyman.

This is not only because many germans are notoriously distrustful of the stock market, but also because banks often prefer to sell their own lucrative funds.

"The hopes of the industry have not been fulfilled," says matthias hubner, partner at oliver wyman. Many digital asset management providers, including startups, had underestimated the importance of a well-known brand and the cost of customer acquisition. In addition, investment programs ("robo advisor") were aimed at a niche of customers who liked to use internet services and were also interested in securities. "Both together are rare."

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Fee dispute remains complicated

Fee dispute remains complicated

You can’t deny him a sense of humor, the fee expert dieter pfister from the kitzingen administrative community (VG). "Most of you already know me," he said on thursday evening, letting the visitors to the information event on the road expansion fees at the kaltensondheim firehouse know.

And then immediately followed up with the explanation for his fame: "you have received mail from me."He has the laughs on his side for now.

The mails mentioned were certainly not a christmas pit, even if the letterhead bore the date of 24 december. December stand. The 122 letters that pfister sent to households in biebelried, westheim and kaltensondheim shortly before the end of 2012 contained rather unpleasant news, namely some hefty bills for trench expansion contributions.

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Poverty burials: municipalities reimburse 57.3 million euros

Poverty burials: municipalities reimburse 57.3 million euros

In 2017, municipalities in germany paid slightly less money for so-called poverty burials than in 2016.

Relatives can’t afford a funeral

According to the federal statistical office, they spent 57.3 million euros nationwide. Social services reimbursed 20.227 relatives paid for funeral expenses because they could not pay for them themselves. The "passauer neue presse" first reported on a corresponding answer from the federal statistical office to a question from sabine zimmermann, a member of the bundestag for the left (tuesday) reports.

In the old federal states, 14.592 members receive a refund of funeral costs, in the new federal states the figure was 5.635. In 2016, 59.5 million euros were still being paid out to 21.434 employees have been paid.

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Two girls close in bamberg for a good cause

Two girls close in bamberg for a good cause

Elisa holds the pink ribbon with the white dots under the needle with concentration. Your right fub in your puschel slipper presses lightly on the pedal, like driving a car. One more pass through from the other side, and the bag is ready. Her friend merle examines the result with an expert’s eye, then they both laugh.

Two years ago, the two nine-year-olds started sewing and got a machine for their birthday. "You can invent and tinker things yourself. And then you can take them to bed with you as a cuddly toy", merle explains her fascination for handicrafts. "It’s great when you can use things you make yourself", agrees with elisa. But in the meantime there is no more room in the beds of the two of them.

"Even alpacas!"

That’s why they have decided to sell their artworks outside the hausture to passers-by walking along weidendamm. The two rather quiet girls have brought their siblings on board for the sales talk, reveals elisa’s mother anna bergmann-botsch. With success: they earned around 200 euros with their hobby.

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The robber first goes shopping in a supermarket in kronach, then assaults the cashier

The last customer in the store. One more cashing in, then it’s off to the end of the day. This was probably the opinion of the young man who sab at the checkout in the norma branch in kronach on wednesday evening shortly before closing time. But what followed was the horror of a lifetime: the alleged customer turned out to be a robber who suddenly brandished a gun and demanded the cashier’s takings.

In the meantime, it is clear: it was only a pellet gun. "But our employee did not know that at that moment", describes the norma sales manager northern bavaria ulrich schott. The young man, who has been working in the norma in kronach for two years, hands over the money to the criminal in a state of complete confusion: just 300 euro. "That’s all we can get", explains schott, because the cash receipts are skimmed several times a day.

Especially brazen: the robber first acted like a normal customer, walked through the aisle and packed a few small things: "a cola, a pastry and a net with clementines", the sales manager pays. "The goods have a value of less than five euros. He also took it with him – without paying for it."

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