Hans Wiesmaier brings many ideas to the Fraunberg citizens' meeting, including a market hall.
There is a green light for the cycle path to Erding.
Fraunberg – After illness and rehabilitation, Fraunberg's mayor Hans Wiesmaier is back on the political stage.
In the first of three town meetings in the Stulberger inn, he confessed: "I'm glad to be able to speak to citizens again."
He sees the renewal of the sewage disposal system as one of the greatest challenges of the next few years.
“We discussed a long time in the municipal council and then decided, instead of building a new sewage treatment plant, which was much too expensive for the municipality, to join the Erdinger Moos Wastewater Association (AZV) in Eitting.
We will then have good economic efficiency, the contracts for this have already been signed.” However, according to Wiesmaier, a pipeline of around nine kilometers from Fraunberg to Eitting would have to be built for this.
A pumping station at Berglern would also be necessary for this.
According to Wiesmaier, the total costs are around seven million euros, and the state subsidy is around 1.3 million euros.
"So an increase in fees is probably unavoidable."
The community is also in talks with the Holzland Water Association to join it.
Although Fraunberg is well supplied via the Berglerner water group, the additional contract increases the security of supply considerably, said the head of the community.
As far as the generation of electricity is concerned, which can be tracked continuously via energy monitoring, the municipality is in a very good position: "We are actually self-sufficient here." Nevertheless, it is important to look for additional areas for photovoltaics in order to make offers to interested parties can.
"We had such a location concept drawn up, but the theoretical 1.8 hectares probably don't leave much usable," says Wiesmaier.
He sees other "larger construction sites" in the creation of retention areas in order to be able to collect water volumes in the event of heavy rain.
For example, a flash flood management simulation was developed for Vorderbaumberg, which addresses the problems known there.
"We will promptly hold talks with the residents, but also advise self-protection," said Wiesmaier.
He sees a 2,000-square-meter plot of land owned by the community on St.-Michael-Weg in Reichenkirchen as an interesting project.
There, in the new building area, one could offer apartments in multi-storey buildings, if builders are interested.
The responsible body would be the district's housing association.
In another commercial and mixed-use area near Pillkofen, possible plots will soon be divided up, and the new building yard is also to be built there.
And finally there are different plans for the design of the center of Fraunberg: A market hall for regional suppliers could be built here opposite the community center, and final ideas for the use of the Jagahaus are still missing.
According to Wiesmaier, further broadband expansion is also open.
After an initially very active company withdrew its offer for free implementation for the community, Fraunberg is waiting for new options.
On the other hand, something seems to be moving on the Titkofen-Erding cycle path: Independent of the construction of the northern bypass, this connection is now to be built in the near future.
The citizens hardly asked any questions.
One pointed out that the signs for the panorama trail were no longer up to date.
Another called for better clearing of the municipal forest paths.
And new sand is requested for the playground of the Gruckingen refugees.