It is now over six months since we, the CSV, took our seats in the City Council. That has in itself not yet led to many visible changes on the ground, but be assured they will come. For in October last year we made two major promises when we asked voters for their trust.
Aus der Sektioun Stad
The new Aldermen for Luxembourg City were sworn in at the end of November 2017, followed in December by the new councillors. For all of the elected CSV officials in the City Council, their new situation, after twelve years in opposition, brought with it fresh opportunities and challenges. How did they handle their new responsibilities during these first months? What were the priorities of CSV-Stad? „What have ...
(Lëtzebuergesch) Laurent Mosar und Maurice Bauer im Wort-Interview über das Übergangsbudget der Stadt Luxemburg 2018, hohe Zukunftsinvestitionen und die vorbildliche Sozialpolitik der Hauptstadt.
(Lëtzebuergesch) Mat 96 % Zoustëmmung huet d‘Generalversammlung vun der CSV Stad de Serge Wilmes dës Woch als President vun der Sektioun bestätegt. Zesumme mat de Membere gouf awer och de Bilan vum leschte Joer gezunn
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To safeguard the future availability of small local businesses such as grocers, butchers, bakers and newsagents, the City Council will have a pre-emption right to acquire. So that if a local business were to close, the Council could take over the contract or business to pass it on to another interested party.
Residents are extremely worried about the health risks linked to the remediation works on this old industrial site. Serge Wilmes asks the government what is being done to protect the health of local residents and construction workers during decontamination works.
A good exchange between candidates and participants at our first Election Speed-Dating. Join us the next time and let’s get to know each other!
Our team at the scout festival in Cents.
Best wishes on our National Holiday, a day that we all celebrate together!