According to the current state of knowledge, the necessary improvements to the clarification plant in junkersdorf have been completed, said chairman wolfram thein and chamberlain arno welz, who also explained the budget for 2018, at the meeting of the wastewater association (AZV) mittlerer weisachgrund on wednesday in the town hall in maroldsweisach.
According to welz, the AZV’s main income for 2018 will come from the user fee of 68,000 euros in the administrative budget and from the connection fees of 2,000 euros in the property budget. Welz frowned and estimated the transfer from the administrative budget to the property budget at 75 euros: if nothing changed, this could lead to a fee increase.
For the clear plant junkersdorf had long been invoices in the amount of 42 650 euros, said the chamberer. "The money is there, but we will not pay the bills until the necessary bank guarantees are in place."
"All round" the plant is apparently still not running, as association chairman thein, chamberlain welz and klarwarter kurt schleicher conceded. "We still hope to get to grips with this", schleicher was confident, however.
The members of the association were pleased to learn that the loan of 130,000 euros taken out in 2016 has been repaid in full. "For the last improvement decrease the sum of 63 000 euro is estimated as the last rate of the contribution rest payment", according to welz.
Association member nikolaus schober suggested deducting from the architect’s bill the costs he incurred for investigations. "He didn’t know what to do and went for help. That’s his business and he has to bear the financial burden", said schober. Chairman wolfram thein agreed to a follow-up review.
Then the budget of AZV was approved with a total volume of 195,525 euros. 68,750 euros for the administrative budget and 126,775 euros for the property budget.
The problems with the clear system had "settled down", said wolfram thein. The idea is to hold an "open door day" at the plant when everything is finished.
It should be considered whether a photovoltaic system should be installed on the clear plant to generate electricity, suggested nikolaus schober. Thein said that it was necessary to wait and see how much electricity would be needed for the new clearing system. "The clearing system is pumped 24 hours a day", explained kurt schleicher. 750 cubic meters of water were currently pumped through the plant in 24 hours. Shutting down the plant was out of the question, as it would otherwise not function.