Status: 29.11.2023, 16:22 PM
By: Dieter Dorby
They will lead the SPD Miesbach for the next two years: (from left) Helmut Högl, Marinus Radzynski, Hermann Kraus, the two chairmen Lisa Hilbich and Bernhard Altmann, Nina Kraus, Andreas Kempf, Inge Jooß, Tom Schneider, Hedi Schmid, parliamentary group chairman Paul Fertl and Andrea Wehrmann. © SPD Miesbach
The Miesbach SPD is setting an example for equality: As the first party in the district town, the local association has elected a dual leadership with equal representation.
Miesbach – Lisa Hilbich and Bernhard Altmann now jointly manage the Executive Board. Until now, Hilbich has served as Altmann's deputy. The change was made as part of the renewal of the association's outdated statutes. In the future, the leadership of the local association is to be equally staffed – if the candidate situation makes it possible.
"I would like to thank you for the trust you have placed in me and I am proud to be the first to be part of the dual leadership of a local party association in Miesbach," Hilbich said happily after her election. "This step was long overdue," emphasized the new co-chairman Bernhard Altmann. "In this way, we on the board reflect the distribution of the sexes as it exists in the population. That is why we initiated the necessary amendment to the statutes in March."
With Nina Kraus and Thomas Acher, the equal filling of the offices also continues for the deputies. Helmut Högl was elected as treasurer, Marinus Radzynski as secretary, Andreas Kempf (social media, youth), Leon Walther (member representative), Hermann Kraus (website) as well as Andrea Wehrmann, Hedi Schmid, Inge Jooß and Tom Schneider as assessors. The auditor is Astrid Schneider, and Paul Fertl is a permanent member as chairman of the Miesbach city council.
Many activities and achievements
In his review, Altmann pointed out the diverse activities and successes of the local association in 2023: As the initiator, Andreas Kempf has been instrumental in getting the Youth Parliament off the ground. Thanks to the commitment of the SPD city council members, the homeless shelter was renovated. And on the occasion of the 90th anniversary of the adoption of the Enabling Acts, the years of terror of National Socialism that began with it were recalled. "We want to continue to send a clear signal for solidarity and against the shift to the right in our society," Altmann affirmed. In the meantime, the SPD's regulars' tables on current topics of urban politics have established themselves as a permanent institution. They take place on the first Wednesday of each month.
A lot of things have been done
For the coming year, the new executive committee of the SPD Miesbach has a lot planned. This includes, among other things, creating more reasonable leisure opportunities for young people, improving the conditions at the Miesbacher Tafel, actively accompanying the upcoming European elections and calling for a municipal company for the real estate business of the city of Miesbach – in order to prevent the disappearance of further real estate proceeds such as the sale of the municipal property at Wallenburger Straße 2.
Resentment over the sale of an apartment
An incident that Fertl had already complained about in the city council. The city had sold two socially rented apartments and, according to the city council's decision, was supposed to procure replacements for them. However, due to the financial situation in the new financial year, this was no longer legally possible.
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