Together for bad rodachs therme

Together for bad rodachs therme

What could be more noble than roesler porcelain for a ballot box in bad rodach?? Nothing. Yesterday, max roesler’s good stucco was circulating among the members of the association for the nature spa when it came to electing two deputies for the chairman of the association.
By statute, the chairman is always the mayor of the city. "This is my person", tobias ehrlicher (SPD) made it clear and reminded more than once to pay attention to the ballot box – it is a very valuable piece of work after all.
While willi kuballa (head of the legal department of the city of coburg) and martin schmitz (economic claimant of the county) were paying out the votes, it was then to be heard from ehrlicher’s official gerold strobel (): "we have even a much more gentle". Rough is the other and just like the small urn extra for votes of max roesler been made.
That it is really and originally intended as a ballot box, and not for burials, is shown by a slot in the lid, through which ballots can be inserted. For yesterday’s vote, the small ballot box was enough. Both deputies could be determined in a single ballot. There was only one proposal for each position. Accordingly, district administrator michael busch (SPD) is tobias ehrlicher’s first deputy and coburg’s mayor norbert kastner’s second deputy.
The rules of procedure were accepted without any dissenting votes. However, there was a need for discussion on the bylaws that regulate the compensation that members of the association council should receive when they attend meetings. The compensation statutes of the rescue association were used as a basis for the drafting of the report. This provides for a mileage allowance as well as a meeting fee of 7.50 euros per hour or part thereof of meeting duration. Employees will also be compensated for any loss of earnings resulting from their participation.
Bettina lesch-lazarides (SPD city councillor in coburg) felt that this put her at a disadvantage as a self-employed person. No loss of earnings will be paid for them. Finally, it was agreed that independent members should receive 15 euros per hour or part thereof. Which, as the council agreed, does not come close to compensating for the loss of earnings of the self-employed.

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