Gaming would like to re-engage in the Lower Austria town renewal campaign with the cadastral communities of Altenreith, Brettl, Gaming, Kienberg, Mitterau and Polzberg. As in the last active phase, projects that improve the life of the community will be implemented over the next four years.
A brief concept has already been worked out with the community board, the village renewal association and the process facilitator Christina Fuchs (Regional NÖ.) for inclusion in the state campaign.
The first ideas were collected that can be implemented together with the population during the next four years. The first ideas here were, for example, a playground in Kienberg or a gazebo in Kirchstein. To begin with, the municipality would like to use a citizen survey to collect the wishes and ideas of the population. From Monday, the questionnaire can be completed online on the community website or on paper, which is distributed to households. The results of this survey will be presented at a launch event on August 24 at 6:30 p.m. in the House of In-Game Encounters.
Mayor Renate Rakwetz and Hanspeter Beier: “Public participation is an important factor in the development of a municipality and we are very satisfied with the result of this survey.”
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