The receipt of old small-leaf tree on Bozner Platz becomes a case for the Tyrolean environmental ombudsman. The municipal council legal Innsbruck has made a corresponding entry. The FPÖ Innsbruck calls for a special municipal council to combat the inflation wave. The SPÖ Innsbruck sees unaffordable housing as the reason for the population decline.
INNSBRUCK. The Innsbruck FPÖ calls for a special municipal council to combat the inflation wave and repeatedly calls for a separate list of advertisers for small and medium-sized businesses. In a broadcast Vice Mayor Markus Lassenberger states: “The municipalities cannot cope with the massive burdens on the municipal budgets on their own. That is why we will support the green mayor Georg Willi with his demand for a financial injection from the federal government. It is to be hoped that the forthcoming salary negotiations in the public sector will cushion the rise in inflation, since the population’s purchasing power must be maintained.
“Financial support from the federal government is absolutely necessary so that the city budget is relieved, because the FPÖ’s application for the envisaged 1.23 million euros, which were planned for a vaccination campaign in Innsbruck alone, to combat inflation for the Innsbruck population submitted to the Confederation for use. To date, however, there seems to be no answer and no information from the mayor on the outcome of the negotiations.”states Lassenberger, who vehemently calls for a special municipal council to combat the wave of inflation at the municipal level.
Current city politics in the political ticker of the Innsbruck district newspapers
Housing Allocation Guidelines
In the broadcast, Lassenberger is pleased that the working group to evaluate the municipal housing allocation guidelines is now starting work. “In times of rising prices, it becomes clear how far the border to medium-sized companies has shifted. has made it difficult for medium-sized companies to be able to afford life,” said Lassenberger, who states: “It is therefore essential to adapt the allocation guidelines and to expand them with a second list of advertisers for medium-sized companies so that these people do not migrate from Innsbruck,” said the FPÖ -Politician who points out that the FPÖ parliamentary group will again submit an application for a study to be carried out into the extent to which the current procurement guidelines contain the Ab of the medium-sized companies from the state capital. “In any case, in October the municipal council will try to get down to business and close its own procurement guidelines for medium-sized companies”awaits Lassenberger in conclusion.
Innsbruck’s population is shrinking, BezirksBlätter Innsbruck Artikel
SP city party chairman and GR Benjamin Plach sees in a broadcast the decline in registered people in Innsbruck and the migration to the neighboring communities as the consequences of an uncontrolled dedication policy:
“The greed for profit of investors and speculators, including the unbridled policy of dedication, has played a major part in the consequences of this wave of migration. For many families and young people, the cost of living in Innsbruck is unaffordable, reason enough to look around in the surrounding area.”
In order to counteract this trend and to be able to offer affordable housing again, the SPÖ is calling for a bundle of measures. Add to that: “A zoning freeze for investor projects and the designation of reserved areas for subsidized housing have finally been implemented. Last year, we also declared a housing emergency and passed the application for application of the Land Procurement Act by a majority in the municipal council. Now it is the turn of the state government to issue a regulation in this regard and to make Innsbruck affordable again.”
Old small-leaved lime tree at Bozner Platz
“As already announced, Just Innsbruck will do everything to save the old small-leaved lime tree on Bozner Platz! The Just Innsbruck therefore turns on the Tyrolean Environmental Ombudsman’s Office to save the old small-leaved lime tree on Bozner Platz, and hopes for at least a supportive statement from the same, which should lead to a rethink from Mayor Georg Willi and Environmental Councilor Uschi Schwarzl (both Greens) when it comes to it , to prevent this planned and senseless tree clearing,” GR Gerald Depaoli said in a broadcast.
“It is unacceptable that the old small-leaved lime tree on Bozner Platz, which can live to be 1000 years old, should only be felled for aesthetic reasons, of all things, on behalf of the Greens. It would be nice if one day the old small-leaved lime tree on Bozner Platz could be designated as a nature conservation monument by future generations, reminding us of how carefully people in Innsbruck once treated nature, i.e. old trees.
That should actually also be in the interest of the Innsbruck Greens, above all Georg Willi and Uschi Schwarzl, you might think? “Just Innsbruck calls on Mayor Georg Willi and City Councilor for the Environment Uschi Schwarzl to take part in the tree rescue of the old small-leaved lime tree and to stop the planned tree clearing on Bozner Platz immediately by virtue of their office!” announced.
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