The deal of the district politicians: The contested Elisabeth-Aue may now be built on the edge. To do this, the CDU, SPD and Left came together.
Now excavators should roll! The rye fields of the Elisabeth-Aue (70 hectares), which have been contested for years, are cultivated at least on the edge.
Three to four storeys, terraced houses on the sides and a grammar school on Rosenthaler Weg. So the SPD and CDU are planning it – and the left also supports it.
The end justifies the means! While the SPD entered into a so-called counting community with the left and its front man named Sören Benn (53) as mayor, it also signed a cooperation agreement with the CDU.
Among them were 23 agreed projects. “I am sure that there is also agreement with the left on key points,” said Roland Schröder (53, SPD).
A tricky circumvention of the incompatibility decision, which prohibits the Union from working with the left. Pankow’s CDU vice-president Dirk Stettner (52) fends off: “That only gilds at the federal and state level, it works differently at the municipal (district) level.” He refers to Marzahn-Hellersdorf, where it has been practiced so far.
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What plans does this SPD-CDU alliance bring in addition to the construction plans on Elisabeth-Aue for the Pankower?
► The extension of the U2 to Pankow-Kirche is supported.
► In Blankenburg, local buses should roll.
► Playgrounds continue to have priority (renovation and new construction).
► Lighter permits for street, village and fire brigade festivals.
► Rapid traffic calming in the flower district.
► More employees for the public order office. Request to the Interior Senate: new police section for book.
The alliance has already been put to the test: CDU City Councilor Manuala Anders-Granitzki (43) is given the coveted transport department and regulatory office.