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Johannes Pfleger said goodbye to the town hall after 46 years

2022-11-29T13:09:44.139Z

Johannes Pfleger said goodbye to the town hall after 46 years Created: 11/29/2022, 2:00 p.m By: Bernhard Jepsen Johannes Pfleger (2nd from right) is a member of the SPD party and is therefore politically a "Red". But when it comes to football, the newly retired pensioner is a staunch “blue man”. Stefan Rießenberger (from right) therefore handed over two VIP tickets for a game of TSV 1860 Munich



Johannes Pfleger said goodbye to the town hall after 46 years

Created: 11/29/2022, 2:00 p.m

By: Bernhard Jepsen

Johannes Pfleger (2nd from right) is a member of the SPD party and is therefore politically a "Red".

But when it comes to football, the newly retired pensioner is a staunch “blue man”.

Stefan Rießenberger (from right) therefore handed over two VIP tickets for a game of TSV 1860 Munich on behalf of the market council.

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Johannes Pfleger worked in market administration for 46 years.

His career took him from the cash desk to the finance department to the position of head of the main office.

Pfleger retired at the end of October.

The pensioner has already come to terms with the new phase of life, as was heard at the official farewell.

Peißenberg – "On my last day I can even sit in the mayor's seat again," joked Johannes Pfleger at the most recent market council meeting.

City hall chief Frank Zellner (CSU) had cleared his chair especially for nurses.

The stage belonged to the long-serving City Hall employee.

Zellner spoke of a "special farewell".

Pfleger shaped the town hall and thus also Peißenberg for many years.

He personally also has a lot to thank the former manager for.

"Mr Pfleger gave me great support in my new office after I was elected mayor," praised Zellner: "It was an excellent collaboration." The mayor calculated that Pfleger worked for the market community for a total of 404,688 hours or 16,862 days have.

"Such a long time, it's absolutely insane,"

stated Stefan Rießenberger.

The parliamentary group spokesman for the citizens' association took over the laudatory speech for the sick Deputy Mayor Robert Halbritter (SPD).

Pfleger "lived for the place" and appeared in a straightforward manner: "You always knew what you were about," explained Rießenberger: "We will miss you and appreciate you in your retirement." That Pfleger 16,862 days in the town hall administration was not foreseeable, at least at the beginning.

The first few days he didn't like it at all, Pfleger revealed in his farewell speech.

From the cash desk to the tax and main office to the treasurer and property management, he passed through several departments - until he finally took over the post of head of the main office in 2009.

"From the praise I conclude that you were satisfied with my work",

Pfleger let the market councilors know – but he was also self-critical: “I wasn’t always the most pleasant guy.

With my quirky nature I upset one or the other.

I'm sorry about that.” Apart from the first days as an apprentice, he always liked going to the town hall to work.

But in the past few months he has noticed that the time for retirement is slowly ripe: "I shuddered every time a new computer program was installed." And retirement seems to be good for nurses: "I'm now Retired for three weeks - and I have to say: It feels good."

Apart from the first days as an apprentice, he always liked going to the town hall to work.

But in the past few months he has noticed that the time for retirement is slowly ripe: "I shuddered every time a new computer program was installed." And retirement seems to be good for nurses: "I'm now Retired for three weeks - and I have to say: It feels good."

Apart from the first days as an apprentice, he always liked going to the town hall to work.

But in the past few months he has noticed that the time for retirement is slowly ripe: "I shuddered every time a new computer program was installed." And retirement seems to be good for nurses: "I'm now Retired for three weeks - and I have to say: It feels good."

As a farewell, Pfleger wished the municipal council “a lucky hand” in its future decisions – combined with two appeals: “Be decent with each other – and appreciate the administration.” And: “Keep the values ​​of democracy high.

It is an incredibly valuable asset.”

Source: merkur

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