Staff shortage in Berlin’s districts: desperately looking for bike path and sidewalk planners – districts – Berlin

In the meantime, our twelve district newsletters have been subscribed to more than 264,000 times across Berlin. On Tuesdays we broadcast from Spandau, Marzahn-Hellersdorf and Tempelhof-Schöneberg. You can order our newsletter from these three Berlin districts, like all other district newsletters from the Tagesspiegel, free of charge here:

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Johanna Treblin writes from MARZAHN-HELLERSDORF:

  • There is a staff shortage in the Berlin administration, good people are difficult to find due to unattractive working conditions, comparatively low pay and also because of the demographics. In Marzahn-Hellersdorf, for example, bike path and sidewalk planners are urgently needed to advance the traffic turnaround. More on the topic in the newsletter, other topics this time include:
  • The coat of arms of Lauingen
  • Markus Ponick wants to stay at a primary school in Kaulsdorf – the Senate rejects an application as a career changer
  • “Forgive, understand, move forward”: How new President Kay Bernstein wants to save Hertha BSC
  • From small-scale applications to improve the traffic situation and a comprehensive mobility concept
  • BVV office faced with a lot of work
  • Impressions from the BVV – allotments, city council elections, new citizens’ office
  • Result of the survey: Two thirds of the readers with a 9-euro ticket
  • Orwohaus Festival with 15 bands

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Sigrid Kneist reports from TEMPELHOF-SCHÖNEBERG:

  • The two lives of a mother: Gerbera Deeg has been caring for her daughter for 22 years
  • You shouldn’t cross this bridge: the long wait on Yorckstrasse
  • Deadline extension: The youth traffic school does not have to move out immediately
  • Be loud in Lichtenberg: Drugstore moves to the Rockhaus
  • Position filled after a long time: new head of the school and sports department
  • Traffic-calmed: Tempo 30 in Akazienstrasse
  • Long transfer routes on Buckower Chaussee: bus stops are to be relocated

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André Görke reports from SPANDAU:

  • More than 100,000 people wanted to read the text about the bathing chaos at Lake Glienicke: reactions, letters to the editor, photos, town hall ideas for the bus shuttle – and frustration in Alt-Gatow
  • “The city hall congratulated my dead mother”: Newsletter reader outraged – the city council explains in the newsletter how the error came about
  • News on the 300 million construction site: Investor talks about the post industry in the newsletter
  • “Zank am Gartenzaun”: Interview with an arbitrator in the newsletter about typical disputes
  • AfD city council also fails for the 9th time
  • Jewish theater ship “MS Goldberg” leaves Spandau and moves to…
  • Construction site at the citadel: the update
  • Laying of a stumbling block for a department store family in Spandau
  • Siemensbahn: Color photos are urgently needed!

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Incidentally, in our newsletters from Marzahn-Hellersdorf, Spandau, Tempelhof-Schoeneberg and of course in all other district newsletters from the Tagesspiegel, you can find out about the birthdays of friends, life partners, relatives, neighbors, colleagues, business partners, etc. point out or congratulate yourself with a few nice words. Just write to our authors, whose e-mail addresses you will find in the newsletters.



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