Kirchheim – Free voters criticize Mayor Böltl – district of Munich

The free voters in Kirchheim accuse Mayor Maximilian Böltl, who wants to move to the state parliament, of serious mismanagement and omissions.

The Free Voters (VFW) in Kirchheim will certainly not cry after Mayor Maximilian Böltl (CSU) if he is actually elected to the state parliament in autumn 2023. In a letter to the editor Southgerman newspaper writes the board of directors around the chairman Wolfgang Heinz-Fischer, in the community, after a sigh, many people would think: “The main thing is somewhere else.” With the way Böltl approached the office, he destroyed a lot in the village, it is said. The Freie accuse the head of the town hall, who has been in office since 2014 and announced his application for the direct candidacy in the constituency Munich Land Nord at the beginning of the week, of “ambition without a sense of proportion”, he has initiated large-scale projects “by the dozen without planning knowledge and overview”. . His candidacy looks like an escape.

According to the VFW, under Böltl’s aegis, the community’s debt has risen sharply and will be 54 million euros by the end of 2022, which at just over 4000 euros per capita represents a negative record in the district. The planning of the state horticultural show and the associated urban development contract represented a mistake from which only the property developers benefited, the freelancers explain. “Thanks to no less clever planning”, the municipality can therefore “only provide a negligible amount” of affordable living space – and necessary investments for important infrastructure projects such as school renovations have to be financed through taxes and fees.

What Böltl leaves behind is a “bloated facade of the oh so modern and efficient community.” But: “We don’t even have a recycling center at the moment,” criticize the VFW. A possible successor to Böltl can only be wished for staying power and good organizational skills. Who is to succeed the incumbent mayor is left open by the freelancers.

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