Dietramszell with Joseph Hauser in may a new mayor. The former detective has now been set up in the town hall - and also the one or other Change is made. A visit to the office.
Dietramszell – The boss's chair in the city hall remains vacant. Josef Hauser, since 1. May the first mayor in Dietramszell, is better. Is retired, the massive wooden Desk of his predecessor, Leni Gröbmaier. He was replaced by a white standing Desk that does not want to fit in with his two computer screens and the futuristic-looking lamp with the sophisticated style of the great mayor's room.
Dietramszell: boss's chair in the city hall
remains vacant "Since my fourth disc surgery four years ago, I can no longer sit well," explained the Two-Meter giant, the new furniture. Anyway, he didn't encounter on the old Desk always the knee. The technology-Laden functional furniture but do not stay long in the wood-paneled room with the large meeting table in the medium term, wants to set up Hauser in the next room of eight square meters of Server room, and an office. "Then you can use the meeting room for meetings, where I don't need to be there." All the other rooms in city hall are otherwise occupied.
Not only on the iconic Executive chair, also on boss airs Hauser would like to do without. His first order of business: The sign, the reserved one of the Parking spaces in front of the town hall for the mayor, he is removed by hand. "It is important that the citizen has a Parking space," he says. "I'll find one somewhere – if I have to run a little bit, is not's also tragic."
For more closeness to the citizen: Hauser new consultation is a
For more closeness to the citizen Hauser has launched a new consultation hours: Every Thursday from 15 to 18.30, may present the municipality's residents without notification to the mayor of your concerns and questions.
twelve years in the city Council and six years as the third mayor of the 53 knows the-Year-old town hall employees, and many of the operations in the village. Nevertheless, policy of business is in the daily Local a lot of new territory for him, he admits. "But I have good employees, I can always ask." He is all by You.
Of the administration, he had been very warmly received, two welcome signs behind the Desk to bear witness to this. He was given the new tasks at the beginning, a little nervous, Hauser acknowledged that in his first meeting as Chairman of the municipal Council, frankly.
gone, Actually, but so far everything is good, said the 53-Year-old. Even if it is the Corona of a pandemic is difficult to Start: The gym is not suitable due to their "miserable acoustics" as the meeting room really good, official get-to-know-dates with counterparts and relevant institutions are only possible to a limited extent.
Corona pandemic made it difficult to Hauser, the values of the Start as the mayor
As one of the biggest challenge of his term, the mayor sees the Problem, how the community can realize in spite of falling revenue, your planned investments. "We have no projects, you can move loose or stress," he says. The construction of the new nursery, the school house restoration, the Renewal in the course of road building in Dietramszell – all this was absolutely necessary.
In what Form and when is the new village square at the junction for wooden churches, he wants to make however, up for discussion. Terror Hauser of the anticipated difficulties is: "to cope With problems, I learned from the police," says the Ex-detective.
Hauser compares his new office with a swimming pool
His new office compares the 53-Year-old with a swimming pool: "In deep water I can't stand. But I can swim and not go under.“ To row frantically with arms and legs, not bring him closer to his goal. "The edge to make everyone 100 percent happy, can't reach I anyway. Instead, I get on train to train.“ Swimming is the new town hall boss, in any case, much more than sitting.
With 1789 votes, that is, 56,63 percent brings Josef Hauser (Free voter community) in March in Dietramszell the clear majority. Since may, he is the new mayor.
cwUpdated Date: 22 June 2020, 12:35