book mayor Ferdinand Geisberger is Pastetten the new Chairman of the school Association.
Pastetten – Ferdinand Geisberger (CSU) is Pastetten the new Chairman of the school Association. Unanimously, the mayor of beech was elected to the school Assembly. In the last period of the presidency in the municipality was Pastetten. The town hall chief Peter Deischl (FWE) had suggested self-Geisberger and was elected Deputy.
session money will not be raised
it was Decided that the members of the school Association meeting per meeting as compensation of 25 euros – as much as in the past. "The idea was that we would leave the in view of the current Situation so that-also a character," said Deischl.
school Association supports bus company
As previously, the middle school Association of Forstern and also the municipality of Forstern for the area of the primary school, has also decided to join the school Association Pastetten, to support the bus company Larcher financially. Be 40 percent of the without Corona pandemic, normal accrued benefits 16. March until the resumption of regular school operation. According to Geisberger will be held on the actual costs of a subsequent settlement.
digitization and glass fiber
Gottfried cheers Meier, managing Director of VG Pastetten, also reported that the digitalization will deal with the school Association in the near future. "Originally we wanted to wait until we have a glass fiber connection in the school," said Prost Meier. This could be according to the German glass-fibre but the autumn. "We will prepare for it sooner, after in school, the demand is there," said the business head, and said, among other things, of the equipment with Laptops, and a corresponding application for funding.
construction activity at The cafeteria in the old gym was now advancing well. "The funding for this construction is optimal," said Deischl and said she could be there to hold and possibly also in local Council meetings, depending on how the situation will develop further.
vamUpdated Date: 15 June 2020, 12:34