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Miesbach maypole dismantled and dismantled standing - secret plans for the use of wood

2021-10-27T16:56:16.515Z

Miesbach - Now the Miesbach market square is poorer by one point of attraction. Yesterday morning the maypole was broken up into several parts by a harvester and transported away. The signs that adorned the tree were removed beforehand and then stored by the building yard.



Miesbach - Now the Miesbach market square is poorer by one point of attraction.

Yesterday morning the maypole was broken up into several parts by a harvester and transported away.

The signs that adorned the tree were removed beforehand and then stored by the building yard.

The reason for the premature degradation is a fungal attack.

As reported, the 33 meter high maypole was subjected to a regular inspection at the end of June.

It was found that the trunk had to be dismantled for safety reasons.

The reason: the upper third of the tree is attacked by a wood-destroying fungus.

First, the infected areas were scraped off to slow down the decomposition process, but now, in October, it was the turn of the dismantling to be carried out as planned for safety reasons.

But the damage is limited, because a new maypole was planned for 2022.

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The shields and the top were dismantled.

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The pieces that were cut from the standing tree are now examined for their quality.

Because the wood should not simply be disposed of, as Mayor Gerhard Braunmiller revealed when our newspaper asked, but should continue to be used "for marketing purposes".

How exactly this should look is currently still open.

“We now have to see how well the wood can still be used,” says Braunmiller.

“Then there will be a few more talks to clarify how to proceed.

In any case, we have four or five ideas on how we can continue to use our maypole in the interests of our city in the future. "

ddy

Source: merkur

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