gate.ruhr: Marl’s mayor invites to a citizens’dialogue
On 21 June, the city of Marl will provide information about current developments in the planned industrial and commercial area. The administration wants to talk to citizens.
Marl’s mayor Werner Arndt invites interested citizens to another citizens’ dialogue on the planned gate.ruhr industrial and commercial area on 21 June. It starts at 7 pm in the Pauluskirche. Registrations are now possible.
City plans five themed islands
The city of Marl and the gate.ruhr project company would like to inform the public about the current state of affairs at gate.ruhr. The event is scheduled to last about two hours. Mayor Werner Arndt will welcome the citizens at the beginning. “We want to continue to provide open, modern and transparent information about developments at gate.ruhr,” says Werner Arndt. After a brief introduction to the overall project, the dialogue with the citizens will begin directly. The city is planning five theme islands that can be visited: traffic, environment, planning, construction phase and marketing. “There we would like to get into conversation with the citizens and residents, take suggestions and respond to questions,” says Werner Arndt. The talks will later be summarised and discussed in a plenary session.
Registrations for the gate.ruhr citizens’ dialogue on Tuesday, 21 June 2022, at 7 p.m. in the Pauluskirche (Römerstraße 61, 45772 Marl) are now possible by calling (+49 2365) 99-6700 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. On the evening of the event, participants are asked to observe the recommended hygiene and infection protection regulations of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia and to stay at home if they show typical signs of illness. Participants are asked to voluntarily wear mouth and nose protection.
gate.ruhr: 1,000 jobs for Marl and the region
The city of Marl and RAG Montan Immobilien GmbH, the developer of mining sites, want to attract innovative companies to the site of the former Auguste Victoria 3/7 mine. Up to 1,000 additional jobs and apprenticeships are to be created there over the next few years, opening up new prospects for the future, especially for future generations.