Bad kissingen’s district administrator thomas bold: pushing forward forward-looking issues

Bad kissingen's district administrator thomas bold: pushing forward forward-looking issues

These are the last days of 2018. Many people are now looking back or venturing a look ahead to the next year. We asked celebrities from the district: how was it for you, the year 2018?? What are they looking forward to in 2019? And what they prefer to postpone until 2020? In the next part: district administrator thomas bold (CSU).

1. What was your high point in 2018?

Thomas bold: there are many outstanding projects, z. B. The construction work on the BBZ in munnerstadt, the bavarian music academy, the rhon mountain house or the decision to build the rhon nature experience center at the klaushof wildlife park with an office in the district. The most important thing in all of this is the excellent cooperation between the district council and the administration for the benefit of the citizens. That makes me proud!

2. What was your low point in 2018?

For me personally, the death of my deputy alfred schrenk was a painful loss. Since 2014, he has been a loyal and reliable deputy for me, has attended many appointments and has been a worthy representative for the district. After walter muller and wolfgang back, he was already the third outstanding local politician we have lost in the current election period in the county council. I am very moved by this.

3. What are you looking forward to in 2019?

I am pleased that we are continuing to invest in our schools, trams, administration, the opnv and are addressing forward-looking issues such as z.B. Advancing e-mobility, telemedicine and digitization. Besides, part of our reconstruction and renovation work, the main building and the extension, will be completed, so that the move can take place in spring summer. In addition, the music academy will be inaugurated, and we continued the jobblogger project and the location campaign.

4. What they stopped doing or did differently in 2019?

I would be happy if I had more time for some things. But as the saying goes, when the wind of change blows, some build walls and others windmills. I belong with the others!

5. What do you prefer to postpone until 2020?

I'm not a person who puts off things that are pending. Everything has its time and every time has its challenges.

The questions were asked by Benedikt Borst