Fast internet also for resettlement centers?

The resettlement farms and the area of fernwasserversorgung franken (F) in sulzfeld are poorly supplied with high-speed internet so far. If the municipality now invests 80,000 euros in fiber-optic cables for the expansion of broadband access, a demand rate of 80 percent would be possible, informed mayor gerhard schenkel at the council meeting on thursday. 16 000 euro had to be financed with the deduction of the grant, and the F had already agreed to contribute to the costs.

It is now necessary to ask the owners of the resettled farms whether they are interested in faster internet and whether they will also contribute financially. At the council table, the willingness was signaled to contribute as a community an amount of 6000 euros – under the condition that the resettlers also participate.

Fiber optics could be laid during tree removals

The council also discussed the fundamental question of whether new fiber-optic cables should be installed during tree removals. The municipality has commissioned the engineering office forst as project manager for the contract amount of 29 184 euros to explore these possibilities. If the municipality decided to do this, it would have to pre-finance the tree removals and only through the future use of the network would the municipality get its expenses back through ongoing payment from users.

For the bus parking lot at the mainlande the street lighting is to be extended. In addition, several old whip street lamps are to be added in the area of the kitzinger strabe. The main-danube network company, as network operator, submitted a bid of 31,260 euros. The municipal council approved the change, as the dismantling is required in the framework of the mainland redevelopment.

The annual request for the city construction has a volume of 865 000 euros for the coming year. Gerhard schenkel explained that the motion did not mean any decision, but was no more than a non-binding registration for the demand motion. Heinrich hofmann had requested that the crossing aid be removed, but the request did not receive a majority of four votes to six. The largest item is the renovation of the defensive wall and several towers.

The school is to become barrier-free

Since in the elementary school st. Hedwig a child with disabilities attends the school, the school building is to be rebuilt barrier-free with the city of kitzingen, for which the municipality expects a ford rate of 55 percent. The amount of 165 000 euros for the renovation of the toilet facility and a ramp and the installation of a new heating system somewhat startled the council members. The council agreed that the building committee should discuss the variants for the mabnahme concretely with the architect christian kuster, before the municipal council finally decides.

The burgermeister informed that a dry stone wall has collapsed on the judenweg in the area of the weinhalla lookout tower. The repair work is to be carried out by the landscape conservation association, with the municipality bearing 20 percent of the costs, which was approved at the council meeting. The landscape conservation association agreed to participate, and the council also agreed.

Since a requested exhibitor had complained that a supporting program was lacking in sulzfeld for the kirchweih, the council discussed possibilities of how the kirchweih could be livened up. Gerhard schenkel gave his council colleagues the homework that everyone should think about it.