At the district assembly of the CSU, the state parliament candidate Thomas Holz receives almost 99 percent of the votes. The CSU has already recorded 13 new entrants this year.
Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen – The annual meeting of the district association of the CSU in the "Ratsstuben" in Geretsried was now dominated by the state elections on 8 October. As is well known, Thomas Holz, mayor of Kochel am See for 16 years, wants to follow in Martin Bachhuber's footsteps. He received plenty of support from the 90 delegates: they confirmed Holz in his office as district chairman with 98.9 percent of the votes.
Holz criticises some of the traffic light government's projects
The district association also feels a tailwind. There have already been 13 new entrants this year, according to a press release. Currently there are 1155 members. There was "a jolt through the ranks of members," said Holz happily. In his eyes, the Corona pandemic has "caused great damage in the local political sphere and also left longer-term traces" because, for example, there was a lack of exchange of information. In addition, a "certain lethargy has spread in volunteering". But now, according to Holz, they are "looking ahead full of zest for action". The Kochler criticized some of the projects of the traffic light government. "Climate protection with a crowbar cannot work because it does not take people along, but patronises them."
Martin Bachhuber reports on the work of the CSU district parliamentary group
Prior to Holz's remarks, Martin Bachhuber, as chairman of the honorary circle, had reported on the work of the CSU district parliamentary group. Holz, in turn, went into detail about some projects in the district that he would like to support as a member of the state parliament, such as the preservation of the Wolfratshausen district clinic and an S-Bahn extension to Geretsried.
Thomas Schwarzenberger, candidate for the district council, also came to the meeting. He presided over the election to the district board. Holz's deputies remain Susanne Arndt, Thomas Gründl, Sabine Lorenz, Josef Rohrmoser and Werner Weindl. Severin Eichenseher remains district treasurer, digital commissioner is Benedict van Laak. The secretaries are Sabine Gus-Meyer and Christine Häsch (new), and Sabine Deimhard and Florian Heuschneider act as auditors. There are still 14 assessors and owners. Susanne Arndt from Egling is a second vote candidate for the state election. (MÜH/TK)
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