What plans for the Max Goergen house?

André Bauler, deputy of the DP, has learned that the house of the writer Max Goergen, which belongs to the State and is listed by Sites and monuments, is currently unoccupied. This is why he wanted to know from the responsible ministers what the plans were for the house and why nothing has happened so far.

« Et ass mer zu Ouere komm, dass d’Max-Goergen-Haus zu Wëlwerwolz, dat dem Staat gehéiert an denkmalgeschützt ass, aktuell eidel steet.

An deem Kader wollt ech dem Här Minister fir Mobilitéit an ëffentlech Aarbechten an der Madamm Kulturministesch folgend Froe stellen :

  • Wat sinn d’Ursaache firwat dat Haus bis ewell keng nei Destinatioun fonnt huet ?
  • Musse Restauratiounsaarbechten duerchgefouert ginn ? Wa jo, goufen déi schonn evaluéiert ? Wat ass d’Positioun vu Sites et Monuments an deem Kontext ?
  • Wat fir Projete ware scho mol ugeduecht ginn, hunn awer missen annuléiert ginn ?
  • Wier et eventuell méiglech eng Wunneng an dësem Haus ze schafen, wann et net fir aner Zwecker (kultureller, edukativer, etc.) genotzt ka ginn ?
  • Gouf et an deem Sënn scho Gespréicher mam Logementsministère ? »

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