Mayor fridolin zehner (CSU) had a great deal to report at the town hall meeting in the multipurpose hall. The spectrum ranged from the church square to the water supply to wastewater and the "vexed issue" multi-purpose hall. Day care will not be available as soon as desired because caritas and diakonie are not prepared to operate it. There will be a cistern in the school and churchyard into which the water from the town hall, the school, the youth center and one side of the church roof will flow, according to zehner. The water is to be used as loschwasser and to the gieben. The only drawback is the cost: the schoolyard alone costs 1.3 million euros instead of one million, and the entire renovation costs 1.9 million euros, including the youth center. The municipality receives 800,000 euros in subsidies, which means that it has to raise 1.1 million itself. "The budget gives it, that does not hurt us yet. This would be possible without debt, if this was the only purchase", commented the mayor.
In 2014, the municipality was connected to the wastewater association of the upper werntal communities. Since then, the measured wastewater quantities have been criticized again and again. For this reason, the municipality called in the arbitration board at the district office in schweinfurt. Fridolin zehner calculated that the municipality sells about 120 cubic meters of drinking water per day, most of which ends up back in the sewer. However, the measurement results for the wastewater are often much higher. The reason has apparently been found: a backwater was able to form at the measuring device. The damage is repaired, said tenner. The mayor also discussed the construction of the new water supply system. It is planned to build new concrete deep tanks or steel high tanks with a capacity of two times 200 cubic meters at the johannesberg. The municipality is recovering a large part of the costs of around 1.6 million euros from the residents: everyone is expected to pay around 90 cents per square meter of land. About six euros per square meter of floor space will be dropped. The owners of undeveloped building plots pay instead six euros per square meter for a quarter of the plot area. Zehner hopes that this will be an incentive for the owners of some undeveloped plots to sell after all, because there are many young people who want to build.