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Fewer visitors than expected came to the rodachtalhalle . And yet the topic had a certain explosive power. It was about the erection of mobile radio antennas by the company ATC germany munich gmbh in zeyern and seibelsdorf .

Initiatives have been formed in both communities. On monday evening, lists with around 320 signatures against the planned sites were handed over at the municipal council meeting. The frankenwaldverein zeyern also submitted a statement to this effect.

After a discussion lasting about an hour, the council agreed not to give its consent for the time being.

permanent pressure for kovac - job guarantee for nagelsmann

Julian nagelsmann’s smile is always particularly mischievous during surprises against FC bayern. He already achieved this in his youth as a player for TSV 1860 munich.

As the youngest head coach in the bundesliga, he then defeated the record champion 1-0 with TSG hoffenheim in the 2016/2017 season. In the following season he added a 2:0. "I have a good record against bayern. I hope we can build on that on saturday. Then with another club, but with the same coach," nagelsmann told the "sport bild" newspaper.

The 32-year-old successor to ralf rangnick, who has already been mooted as a future candidate for the coaching post in munich, can approach RB leipzig’s ninth duel against the double winners as the leader of the table with a two-number lead. He has virtually a job guarantee in saxony. "He doesn’t have to get nervous if there is the odd defeat. We know that this is a new era and things are changing and it takes a certain amount of getting used to," said RB CEO oliver mintzlaff before the start of the season.

the church square becomes a catwalk

In larger cities, this has been going on for a long time: amateur photographers look for amateur models with whom they wander through streets and alleys to take portraits of the girls in attractive places. Foto-walk heibt das in neudeutsch. We can do that, too, thought stefan hemmerlein of the photo group of the staffelsteiner kultur- und freizeitfreunde and offered a workshop without further ado. The staffelstein town center was ideal as a photo studio. Four young women spontaneously agreed to be models and pose for eight amateur photographers.
The light of the low sun is optimal on this june evening. In the marketplace the first pictures are taken. The ice is quickly broken, because the four young women obviously enjoy being photographed.

Models from maintal and banzgau

Vanessa volger (18) from zapfendorf, nina leicht (21) from eggenbach, julia trutschel (21) from stadel and miriam wurstlein (25) from doringstadt already have experience as amateur models, because they have already loved being portrayed by stefan hemmerlein several times. The 29-year-old discovered portrait photography as a hobby a few years ago. Since then, he has continued his education and is always up to date with the latest technical developments.
From the market square, the models and photographers move through bahnhofstrabe to the church square, which is flooded with evening sunlight. Organ music sounds from the church. The models cast long shadows on the cobblestones of the square, while the photographers align their lenses ("always one!", reminds stefan hemmerlein) and to strengthen the light with a reflector on the respective desired mab. "Shoot as wide open as possible to create background blur", stefan hemmerlein advises his colleagues from the photo group. And they are eager to put vanessa, julia, nina and miriam in scene.
You don't really need much to take good portrait photos, workshop leader explains. He does not mean the equipment, but the environment. Good portrait photos can be taken in almost any place. A streetlamp, a wooden cellar door, a sandstone archway – that's all it needs to be. But the model's laughter is natural.
"This almost goes in the direction of street photography. You walk around and spontaneously find good spots and locations everywhere", says stefan hemmerlein. The man from zapfendorf, who grew up in staffelstein, is himself amazed this evening at how many nooks and crannies there are in the town center that are suitable as backgrounds for a portrait photo.

Taking time to photograph

And what is the response from photographers and models?? Robert geisel and karl-heinz schutz answer with french understatement, they had already learned one or two tricks of the trade. What you need in any case to make good pictures is enough time, the two mannerists agree on that.
And the four young women also had a lot of fun at the workshop. They are already looking forward to the pictures that stefan hemmerlein has promised them. Before that, however, he will edit the recording on the computer. Because that is also part of this hobby.

dhb team ready for first em quartet test after furious start

National coach christian prokop appeared relaxed before the first acid test for the german handball players in their mission to defend their title at the european championships.

And his proteges were also looking forward to the duel with slovenia after their furious start to the tournament against montenegro. "We want to take the momentum with us and remain successful," said prokop ahead of the european champions’ second preliminary round test against the world championship third-placed team on monday (18.15 o’clock). "We want to continue to live the bad boys mentality."

With a victory, the DHB selection would book a ticket for the main round ahead of time. But the task will be much more difficult than in the convincing 32:19 opening victory against montenegro. "Even with a night’s distance the victory seems as good as yesterday. We delivered a very good overall package," praised prokop, and then went straight to the agenda: "but now we have to prepare intensively for slovenia."

This is what the new savings bank in kulmbach looks like

When the pigeons of kulmbach are cold, they quickly fly to the savings bank: on a window ledge of the main office, they are cozy and warm. "It is really that we take care of the heating of the birds in winter", board member harry weib jokingly confirms – and means a serious matter: the building in the fritz-hornschuch-strabe from the late sixties is pretty worn out.
What the layman's eye can hardly see from a distance: the windows are defective, the natural stone has decomposed in many places – and there is practically no insulation. The buror rooms heat up a lot in the summer, and a lot of heat is lost in the winter. "We were forced to do something", emphasizes female.
The result is an energy-efficient renovation of the building that dominates the cityscape and gives it a modern, striking appearance. The house is almost completely encased in glass according to the design of the architecture firm H 2 M. The kulmbach-kronach savings bank will save 40 to 50 percent of its energy requirements in the future. And the working conditions of the employees will be significantly improved. Cooling of the offices will be achieved by air-source heat pumps.
The savings bank is spending a lot of money on this project: "we are assuming net construction costs of 7.5 million euros", explains weib "this is how we get our building sealed quickly, warm and much better air-conditioned in summer." A forward-looking, architecturally and visually appealing solution has been chosen, and everything has been coordinated with the board of directors, "who are fully behind it.
Construction will start in march, and the work is scheduled to last until the end of 2013. It is planned that local companies will be used as far as possible. The architectural firm H 2 M is responsible for the design and planning, and the architectural firm drenske for the tendering and construction management. Three variants were weighed against each other in advance: two less expensive plans – replacing the windows and installing a dam on the stone – scored lower in the overall evaluation than the more expensive solution. The soundproofing, the visual perception and especially the pigeon protection had been unsatisfactory. The pigeons (weib: "it is not unusual for us to have 200 to 300 animals on the roof") no longer have a chance to do their destructive work with the glass envelope, which is easy to clean of pigeons.
And in the future the birds will have to feed elsewhere.

After eight years, the district of bamberg is again having a CO2 balance drawn up. But the results will not be 100 percent comparable with the previous study. Not like apples with pears, but "if you take a boscope and a jonathan, you have two apples, but they taste different", robert martin, climate protection officer of the district, illustrates the problem.

Because CO2 balances are based on a lot of theory and partly on different calculation methods. For example, the software used to create the balance almost a decade ago is no longer available on the market. The aim of the current call for tenders is therefore to obtain a procedure that offers as broad a standard as possible. Because the parameters used as a basis would differ from system to system. With the "bisko-method (municipal accounting standard) is believed to have become sound.

But let’s get back to the CO2 balance sheet, with which district administrator johann kalb (CSU) has laid the "foundation for a location determination and reorientation in climate protection" wants to create. By the end of the year, the balance sheet could be drawn up. According to martin, once the calculation has been started, it takes about three months. However, the result is never an exact calculation down to the last decimal place, but always only "an instantaneous reference value".

Onslaught on used

The leuchau bicycle boulevard is a paradise for cycling enthusiasts. 421 items had been placed by the RSC in the yard of the ramming family. The majority were bicycles. Older models were available for as little as ten euros. Real bargain prices. The most expensive bike was a high quality touring bike for 2000 euro.

In the best spring weather, the customers stormed the countryside. The first visitors arrived shortly after 9 a.M. And waited patiently until the doors were opened. And when the door opened at 10 o’clock, the snapper experts already knew where their way led to.

At the very front of the yard there were e-bikes at favorable prices. "We have seven e-bikes on offer", according to ferdinand graf of the RSC leuchau. There was also an electric city scooter with a range of 20 kilometers.