A truly enormous project is being developed here: the "multigenerational residence" in hirschaid. It will be home to 50 owners or tenants and is particularly suitable for seniors or people with disabilities. The four buildings, all the apartments and all the rooms will be barrier-free and wheelchair-accessible. With purchase prices ranging from 170000 to 490 000 euros per apartment, the order volume can be estimated at well over ten million euros: currently the largest building construction project in a row. Involved are the K& M immobilien gmbh kronach and AS bau und immobilien gmbh kups. The planning and construction management is the responsibility of "projektentwicklung zusammen wohnen – zusammen leben gmbh" (project development living together – living together) in kups.

Mayor klaus homann (CSU) is pleased that the market town of hirschaid will be able to present such a housing complex next year at the latest. It serves to ensure that elderly residents can live independently in their own four walls for as long as possible, up to care level II, explained homann. The move to an old people’s home or even a nursing home could thus be postponed by a long way. An important part of the property will be a social station, which will be operated by niepel, an outpatient care service already known in hirschaid. The hirschaid health center with various doctors, pharmacies and sanitary facilities is also located in the immediate vicinity of the new building. In addition, there are the numerous infrastructural facilities of the market town – from the hotel restaurant to the XXXL cafeteria, from the museum to the town hall.

The project has therefore already spread far and wide. A homebuyer came from the hessian mountain road to attend the groundbreaking ceremony for her future "residence" wanted to attend: looking forward to the end of life in the vicinity of their descendants. About 40 percent of the 50 apartments that will be built on the field, which was last used as a cornfield, have already been sold, reported karl-heinz wunder from
"project development".

Classes shrink

The 2013/14 school year is just around the corner, class formation has been completed, and teachers have been assigned to schools and classes: the on-site pedagogical work can begin.

In the state school district of bad kissingen, 4965 students are taught in 252 classes, of which 3116 are elementary school students in 154 classes and 1849 are middle school students in 99 classes. The 121 fewer students and 6 fewer classes compared to last year are in line with the demographic trend, with elementary schools bearing the brunt of the school decline at 3.3 percent; declining school numbers continue to have a positive impact on class averages. There are an average of 20.5 students per class in the elementary school. In the middle school, the average of 18.4 students is moving further away from the 20-pupil mark. There are fewer than 21 students in 47 percent of all elementary school classes, and in 51 percent of middle school classes.

Fewer abc students
The number of new students dropped by 4 percent this school year to 735 students. This means that the downward trend has slowed somewhat compared to the previous year. Eight elementary schools out of 21 have less than 100 students.

She was not just a witness. With aja soldner asleep on tuesday night shortly after her 88th birthday. On her 20th birthday in the palliative care unit of the bamberger hospital, a person who shaped bamberger life in the second half of the 20th century passed away peacefully. The crisis of the twentieth century was influenced and warmed by her coarse heart, which in the end became increasingly weak.
As anna maria no one knew her. Everyone just calls her aja. And there are many in bamberg and far beyond the city limits who know, like and appreciate it. Anyone who was lucky enough to find themselves on a warm summer evening in the lush garden of her family home in lorbersgasse with a view of altenburg castle, surrounded by mostly young people, not just students at bamberger university, who were perhaps dancing sirtaki in a good mood, knew immediately that aja soldner not only imparted sporting knowledge with ease, but also had the gift of being able to transfer her always unshakeably good mood to her surroundings in no time at all. Talking badly about her fellow human beings was alien to her, listening her gift.
In bamberg, in the last decades of the last century, it was a common saying: "I have also danced with the aja"." Or gymnastics or swimming. Despite or perhaps because of her childhood and youth in the nazi dictatorship and the second world war, her warm-heartedness has developed. As the daughter of bamberg sports teacher georg muller, she attended the anni rossert-hahn school of dance and gymnastics when she was four years old. Since the death of her teacher in 1978, aja soldner has led jazz dance and gymnastics classes at the volkshochschule, and later also countless water gymnastics classes at the aufseesianum.
Aja soldner taught dance and gymnastics at bamberger university for around two decades. Unforgotten are the first uni-altstadtfeste in the courtyard of the old pennal just behind martinskirche, which her students enriched with their dance and gymnastics performances. She was also a popular sports teacher at what was then the english institute, franz-ludwig-gymnasium and kaiser-heinrich-gymnasium.
Aja soldner, mother of three, who went through life with her eyes wide open, her opinions well-founded and firm, shepherded for many years the flock of sheep of her husband klemens, the bamberger original and magician "clementino", looked after in the devil's ditch and helped with many lamppings. In 2013 the diamond wedding anniversary was celebrated. Together with her husband, she also launched the still popular rosenmontagsballe (rose monday ball).
Her flower garden was her joy for a long time to come. She became an accomplished grower of zinnias, whose colorful splendor was also enjoyed by the local editorial team. Next tuesday (12.3 p.M., blessing hall of the cemetery) aja soldner is laid to rest. 

According to a city council resolution of june 2011, the city of kitzingen demands repair, reconstruction and modernization of all kindergartens in kitzingen, if not financed by the state, at the current rate of funding in the financial equalization law. For the installation of a cafeteria and the renovation of the building services, fire protection measures and the renewal of an entrance path and the reconstruction of the playground area of the kindergarten in sickershauser strabe, the catholic parish church foundation st. Vincent receives a grant of 60 percent of proven eligible costs. Since the total cost of the mabnahme is expected to amount to around 536,000 euros, the subsidy is capped at 321,000 euros. Since the conversion is not scheduled to begin until the fall of 2018, the funds will be included in the 2019 budget.

The city will continue to bear the costs of transporting schoolchildren from hoheim and sickershausen to the elementary and secondary school in kitzingen-siedlung in the current environment. For children who have no legal claim, it will continue as a voluntary benefit. Although the traffic safety officer and the police had considered the route to school to be dangerous, but not "particularly dangerous", the mayor of the city, siegfried muller, strongly disagreed: "I still have a completely different opinion on this."This opinion was shared by the city council, which unanimously approved the further request.

Conversion of the triple sports hall in the sickergrund continues. After a preliminary discussion in the non-official meeting, both the electrical planning and the specialist planning for heating, ventilation, sanitary and air conditioning were awarded to the wurzburg engineering firm abi. A draft and an estimate of the costs should be available to the city council by the end of the second quarter. The start of this work is scheduled for the first half of 2019.

"Getting children excited about nature and science. Students of the jack-steinberger-gymnasium (JSG) should grow into natural science and biology", this is at least the main concern of agnes brath, who teaches biology and chemistry at the JSG and is also responsible for the vivarium and the biology collection. While some of the exhibits in the biology collection are well over a hundred years old, the vivarium, or "the animal husbandry facility" in german, is a relatively new thing at kissing high school.

The "vivarium" elective course has been running for about three years now where the students take care of insects, reptiles, snakes, jumping mice and fish. Feeding and caring for them is not a problem, at least not during school hours, because on mondays, wednesdays and fridays in the 2nd period they have to be fed and cared for. The smaller ones have to take a break. "Our fifth graders have to learn how to handle the animals, but after two to three months they are "fit" explains agnes brath. The older students of the elective course have a key to the room with aquariums and terrariums and can/must take care of the animals themselves and who is a member of the elective course "vivarium" is making yet another commitment by pledging to sacrifice a week three times a year – even, or especially, during the vacations.

Every animal has its "food card, on which all his peculiarities are additionally noted, so that everyone can also find "his gets meals. Each of the 18 current members of the vivarium elective has their "favorites", his very special animals. For example, clair (13) from the 8d class is mainly interested in insects. And that already since the 5. Class. Someone asked who would take over the insects, and clair came forward. "Why not"? She means, while on her hand a more than finger-long cockroach is moving around. The little animal, originally from madagascar, obviously feels at home here, and clair, too, says: "the cockroaches aren’t that bad, there are far worse insects, like e.G. The insects in the water.B. The locusts that constantly hop in your face", says the teenager, whose wish is to become a biologist one day.

no majority for the nordhalben budget

With a small gift in the form of a voucher from the nordwaldmarkt, mayor michael pohnlein () bid farewell to the outgoing market town councilors rudolf ruf, astrid farber, uwe witurka, karl roth and ralf ellinger at the youngest meeting. He thanked for the work in the past years and wished all the best for the future. There was a heated discussion after the presentation of the budget for 2020, which was rejected with a tie vote of 6:6.

Heinrich grebner, former chamberlain in pressig, supported tanja wiedel in the preparation of the 2020 budget. He presented the key data of the budget. The volume of the total budget amounts to 4851 800 euros. The administrative budget includes 3,163,900 euros in income and expenses, the property budget, from which the investments of the municipality are financed, 1,687,900 euros.

No net new debt

Only 88,200 euros can be shown as an addition to the property budget, so that the addition, which had to be 181,400 euros, is not reached. The ordinary repayment burden amounts to 181,400 euros, so that there is no net new debt. A special redemption payment of 200,000 euros can be made from stabilization funds. The debt level at the end of the year is 1.872 million euros. This corresponds to a per capita debt of 1134.55 euros.