The Jesenwang want a weekly market.
This emerges from the household survey on local supply that the regional management of the district had carried out in recent weeks.
- A food market is also desired, but the members of the municipal council see this rather critically.
"Jesenwang is in the fortunate position of still having a baker and a butcher on site," said Michaela Bock from regional management when presenting the survey results to the council.
In general, the community is well served compared to other rural communities.
There is also a village shop, service stations of the credit institutes, a family doctor, with the sports restaurant and the fly-in at the airport, two restaurants and a representation of a mail order company.
According to Bock, the desire for a food market was expressed.
Mayor Erwin Fraunhofer (CSU / BG) sees the danger that this would endanger the bakery and butcher shop.
Brigitte Walch (unity) argued that there are numerous supermarkets in the surrounding communities.
"You only have to drive three or four kilometers."
Both Fraunhofer and Walch see the main need for fresh products such as lettuce and vegetables - the typical weekly market offer.
Bock got the customer to say that such a market is also desired in Moorenweis, for example - although there are two supermarkets located there.
Fraunhofer assumes that you have to work together on an intermunicipal basis anyway in order to set up a weekly market.
"It only pays off for the providers if they can travel to several locations in one day."
The council first took note of the results of the household survey.
The councils will deal with a possible further course of action at a later date.