Anger free on Sundays

More money in the city's coffers, more chances of finding a free parking space on the anger: to achieve these goals, the city council decided last fall that parking on the anger would be subject to a fee. Since mid november, parking for half an hour costs 50 cents; from two hours to 24 hours, 2.50 euros.
From the beginning of the year until the end of march, around 63000 euros in parking fees were collected. This means that the target of 250000 euros per year is achievable, said kai holland from the public order department at yesterday's city council meeting. Although the anger is occupied between 40 and 60 days a year because of spring and guard festivals, circus guest performances and other events.

Every day still many free parking spaces

In the town hall, mayor heinrich sub (UWG) looked impatiently at the clock, which showed 18 minutes.11 o'clock already passed and from the "flower pickers", who were on their way from the gimberlein parking lot to the town hall with the marching band of the herzogenaurach volunteer fire department, nothing could be seen or heard.

"Actually, they are always very punctual", said the mayor. The first members and listeners arrived for the meeting of the market town council, and the firemen in front of the town hall, who had been assigned to secure the train, picked up the radio and asked their comrades at the junctions whether the train had already passed through.

Rottgermann: 'there is a lack of consistency in dealing with the situation'

Fortuna dusseldorf’s club boss thomas rottgermann has called for a consistent reappraisal in german professional soccer following various incidents deemed racist or discriminatory.

"We are dealing with an enormous heterogeneity in fubball. We are talking in these cases about a chairman of the supervisory board, a player and a club radio station. You can’t compare these cases in detail," rottgermann told the deutsche presse-agentur: "but what they have in common is that I think there is a lack of consistency in reappraisal. I believe that too much is being allowed and too little is being said consistently: stop, here is a line that has been crossed. It can’t go on like this."

Lena snorts and grumbles to the group: "we’ll manage one more time!" the others want something to drink, something to eat. But lena spurs on her classmates from 7c. "It is for a good cause." every completed lap brings money and you can eat later, too. 400 meters on the tartan track or a kilometer around the sports field.

The run for kaya brings movement to the city. Numerous kindergarten children, schoolchildren and teachers, citizens and company employees take part in the charity run, which takes place every two years. In addition to the sporting activity, the aim is to raise as much money as possible for aid projects in herzogenaurach’s partner city of kaya. In 2017, the run moved more than 4,000 people, making it herzogenaurach’s biggest sporting event. In the past years more than 225000 euro could be collected for the good cause.

In the second quarter, people in germany put more money aside in the wake of the corona crisis and benefited from the recovery on the stock markets. In total, they were richer than ever at the end of june. According to the deutsche bundesbank, the financial assets of private households in the form of cash, securities, bank deposits and claims against insurance companies rose to a record level of around 6630 billion euros. 253 billion euros, or 4.0 percent, more than in the first quarter of the year.

Savings and shares

In addition to savings, the recovery on the stock markets after the price collapse at the beginning of the crisis also drove the development. "The valuation losses on equities in the previous quarter triggered by the pandemic and uncertainty about its economic consequences were largely compensated for", the bundesbank explained on friday.

Rip-off and fraud with 'credit free' credit offer

Victims were said to be around 400,000 people a year who did not receive regular loans from banks because of unemployment or high debts. The amount of damage is estimated at 150 million euros per year.

In the survey, the testers asked 69 providers in 177 cases for loans of between a few thousand and several tens of thousands of euros. Only in two cases had the loan actually been given – but then at an almost unconscionable 25 percent annual interest rate, said debt counsel christian maltry.