Kindergarten costs rise sharply

Kindergarten costs rise sharply

The overall situation of the sander kindergarten was presented by burgermeister bernhard rub at the community council meeting on tuesday. The background to this was a proposal from the caritas kindergarten association in st. Gallen. Nikolaus on undercutting of the employment key from 1:10 to temporarily 1:9. The two chairpersons of the association, anja hey and jessica wacker, as well as treasurer kerstin deschner gave an outlook on further developments.

At the moment in the st.-nikolaus kindergarten 79 children cared for by five educators and seven nursery nurses. In kindergarten st. Martin has another 56 children with three educators and two nursery nurses. In the coming year, the new building of the daycare center at the kindergarten st. The collection of old cell phones will be put into operation by st. Nicholas, which justifies an undercutting of the employment deadline. Although not all groups are fully booked at the beginning, the staff have their hands full with the reorganization and the preparation of the educational plans. The mayor also explained: "the baby boomers are still to come, and the trend is clearly upward." The head of the municipality also made no secret of the fact that the occupancy situation is likely to remain tense in the future, despite the expansion. With the hiring of new staff, the total costs for both kindergartens are expected to increase from 712,000 euros this year to 920,000 euros in 2020. According to the figures for 2019, there is a state claim of more than 390,000 euros, to which the municipality of sand will add another 300,000 euros. The proposal of the association was approved by all the municipal councils.

How to dispose of clear sludge?

At the request of the SPD parliamentary group, a collection point for old cell phones will be set up. The money will then go to the "one world" campaign of the mission network bavaria forwarded. Old cell phones and smartphones can be dropped off at city hall during regular opening hours.

The decision-making process for a joint solution for the disposal of clarified sludge from municipal clarification plants in the habberge district is entering the decisive phase, as mayor rub explained to the municipal councils. Some municipalities, such as habfurt, knetzgau and the member municipalities of the integrated rural development west (gadheim, wonfurt, theres) and konigsberg, are planning to set up their own rail system or have concluded supply contracts with other disposal companies. Bundorf, burgpreppach, maroldsweisach, hofheim with riedbach, zeil/sand and the VG ebern with rentweinsdorf and pfarrweisach have so far expressed interest in a joint solution for drying the clear sludge in a biogas plant in hofheim together with sud-wasser-AG and subsequent incineration in the schweinfurt joint power plant (GKS). The ebelsbach-eltmann association as well as oberaurach and rauhenbrach have decided against joining the project. Another meeting between the representatives of the communities and sud-wasser will take place next week, rub said.

Since it became known some time ago that an EU authority is examining whether the granulate that is sprinkled between the green plastic blades of artificial turf should be banned from 2022 in order to protect the environment, the uncertainty among sports clubs and municipalities has been great, explained mayor rub. The only artificial turf field in the habberge district is owned by the municipality of sand. So far, however, no decision has been made on a ban, nor have transitional periods been clarified.

The ministry of the environment, however, considers the excitement to be premature: "it is far from certain that the EU commission will propose a ban on plastic infill material for artificial turf sports fields, the ministry of the environment announced on its homepage at the end of july. The european chemicals agency (echa) is "in the early stages of forming an opinion". The focus is not on the artificial turf itself, but only on the granules. For this purpose, alternatives such as cork are apparently already available as a substitute.

Low consumption in sand

The artificial turf pitch in sand has been filled with 1000 kilograms of granulate since it was put into operation in november 2014 until 2018. 500 kilograms were refilled this year. This corresponds to an annual consumption of around 110 kilograms in four and a half years, rub noted. The low consumption is due to the good maintenance by the groundsmen gunter and (later) matthias flachsenberger. Until the member states decide on proposals, there is probably still plenty of time to reschedule the places to other materials.

This is also the view of architect martin ammermann from bamberg, under whose direction the sander artificial turf pitch was built at the time: "in the current situation, the replacement of the full material is neither indicated nor justified."


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