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Mahrer/Wölbitsch: SPÖ governs ice-cold


Increase of the district heating prices and fee increase now fixed – irresponsible policy threatens humans

Vienna (OTS) – “The current decisions of the city government now leave no doubt. The SPÖ governs ice-cold,” said the regional party chairman of the Vienna People’s Party, City Councilor Karl Mahrer and club chairman Markus Wölbitsch in response to the current statements of City Councilor Peter Hanke to “Vienna Today”:

In this interview it was confirmed that the adjustment of the price notice by Wien Energie was granted, which results in an increase of the district heating price by 92 percent. And this is in addition to the fact that, contrary to earlier statements, the automatic inflation of municipal fees is now also fixed as of January 1, 2023.

Actions of the city government make the humans in Vienna poorer

Instead of finally taking a model at the lasting measures of the federation, in Vienna only individual “bonuses” are distributed and the crisis by unsocial measures are intensified. “The actions of the Vienna city government are simply making the Viennese poorer. We regret that the city government has not taken up the appeal for joint talks and is taking anti-social measures over people’s heads,” Mahrer and Wölbitsch concluded.

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