Political ticker: Lack of construction information causes irritation, magistrate needs emergency power supply
Construction work in Saggen leads to strong, but residents have missed the necessary information. The magistrate should be able to maintain operations with an emergency power supply. The CO2 tax should be stopped for this year.
INNSBRUCK. A lack of building information causes irritation among residents on Mozartstrasse and Schubertstrasse. The track systems between Claudiaplatz and Haydnplatz are being renewed, and the IKB follows suit with laying a line. As a result, there are also traffic restrictions and bans in the surrounding area. Completion of the construction work is scheduled for the end of September. The second construction phase between Haydnplatz and Mühlauer Bridge is to follow in the coming year. According to relevant citizen information GR Christopher Appler took the information about the construction project into their own hands and informed them about the project with house notices, direct mail and personal conversations.
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Emergency power supply for magistrate
With the statement of the second vice mayor responsible for security. Johannes Anzengruber that the city of Innsbruck is the youngest nationwide
got off with a black eye, let the liberal
GR Andrea’s art the alarm bells are ringing. “If problems have already arisen with a power outage lasting more than half an hour, how does it work?
international blackout emergency, which can last for days,” says Kunst in a broadcast
Question. He refers to internal reports from various departments of the
Magistrates that due to the half-hour power failure, the entire
Desktop PCs and the associated devices have failed. “Also could up
the intranet and access to various data and mail systems cannot be accessed”,
For art of clear evidence that employees and employees are not working
could and he asked a second question:
“Why isn’t the entire town hall equipped with an emergency power supply?”
Kunst continues: “I also wonder whether the system failure in the registration office last Tuesday, where it was when the
Declarations of support for the Federal President election to considerable waiting times
came that has something to do with the power outage the day before. I therefore call for Anzengruber
to do everything possible so that the departments of the magistrate are expected to
remain operational during power outages, and one is expected to do so in the next ward council
Stop CO2 fuel tax
Mayor Georg Willi stated yesterday at the press conference after the Innsbruck city senate that people are working at all political levels to mitigate inflation, informs the VP-Innsbruck in a broadcast. “That’s not quite right. The Greens at the federal level are still refusing to adopt effective measures against the high fuel prices. On the contrary, they drive up fuel prices. Vice Chancellor Werner Kogler has emphasized several times in recent weeks that the Greens are dogmatically sticking to the introduction of the CO2 tax in autumn despite the massive wave of waves.
Mayor Georg Willi and the Innsbruck NR Barbara Nessler should finally jump over their ideological shadow and call on their party friends in the federal government to stop the CO2 tax for this year. This further cost driver should be postponed until the wave of inflation in Austria has subsided to some extent.
In the People’s Party, open doors would be broken down here. Just providing the population with energy-saving tips and relying on photovoltaic subsidies, as the Green representatives did yesterday in the city senate press conference, is definitely not enough. NR Nessler, who, according to her website, has also held the position of spokeswoman for the Innsbruck district group since November 2018, has been submerged on this topic for months, today VP club chairman Christoph Appler comments on the ongoing debate on inflation in the Tyrolean capital.
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