How to take a direct mandate from the AfD

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Björn Seeling writes from the PANKOW district (with Prenzlauer Berg and others):

  • It was a start from third place, in the end a clear victory: The CDU politician Johannes Kraft won a direct mandate in the red-green dominated Pankow in the election to the House of Representatives – and chased away the AfD. The 44-year-old now represents Karow, Buch and part of French Buchholz in the Berlin parliament – practically the outskirts. How he managed to beat the AfD and other topics is discussed by Kraft with our newsletter author in an interview for the “Neighborhood” section. Other newsletter topics this time include:
  • Election margins and no end
  • What should be tackled in the district after the election?
  • New community garden in Prenzlauer Berg
  • Memory of VEB Bergmann-Borsig
  • Streaming tip for Lychener Straße
  • A thousand table tennis tips
  • Halloween in Ost-Berlin
  • 100th birthday and 93 years in the same neighborhood
  • Life in the movie set
  • With speed to the Baltic Sea

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Boris Buchholz writes from STEGLITZ-ZEHLENDORF:

  • After “Gold in New Frisco” he was a Hans-Söhnker fan: Gisela (94) and Erich Engel (95) from Lankwitz are happy that their idol was finally honored with Hans-Söhnker-Platz
  • The 160th voter sounded the alarm: ballot papers for the House of Representatives and BVV elections were not distributed – the district electoral committee decided that everything was not “mandate-critical”
  • The new town hall is to become a “Zehlendorfer Bogen”: urban planning competition decided
  • 18 places to sleep for the homeless in Wannsee: Cold aid starts in the district on November 1st
  • Successor of the Stadtbad Zehlendorf has a duty: Fitness First wants to reopen its bathroom on Clayallee for everyone – as soon as the corona requirements are relaxed
  • The neighborhood help needs help – otherwise the end threatens
  • 1,700 kilometers in Steglitz: exhibition “Corona Blues … no thanks”
  • In search of Lili: who saved the sailing boat from the Dreipfuhlteich?
  • Ping-pong diplomacy: First American-German table tennis tournament after the war in Dahlem
  • Eliminate overgrown and narrow bike paths, Postplatz as an event location – join the debate on the district agenda

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Nele Jensch writes from FRIEDRICHSHAIN-KREUZBERG:

  • “Viticulture in Brandenburg has something of pioneering work”: winemaker Hannes Lewerenz produces wine grown on the Kreuzberg
  • Krautstrasse pedestrian zone is allowed to remain
  • Bicycle lanes between Südstern and Mariannenplatz will be made more permanent
  • Study: Gleisdreieck-Park was very well attended in summer
  • Neighborhood camera: eyes on concrete
  • US singer Pink enthusiastic about Berlin herbal liqueur
  • New York Paradise Lost: Exhibition by and with the New York photographer Meryl Meisler
  • Six new stumbling blocks in Kreuzberg and Friedrichshain
  • No place for racism at FSV Berolina Stralau

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Especially in these times it is important to congratulate loved ones. In our newsletters from Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg, Pankow, Steglitz-Zehlendorf and of course in all other local people’s newsletters from Tagesspiegel you can refer to the birthdays of friends, life partners, relatives, neighbors, colleagues, business partners etc. or even with a few yourself nice words congratulate. Write to our authors, whose email addresses you will find in the newsletters.

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