Where are the works on the future Moselle Center in Ehnen?

On September 26, 2018, the foundation stone for the renovation of the Ehnen Wine Museum was laid. Not much has happened since. Carole Hartmann, member of the DP, asks the responsible ministers in what phase the construction is and when the new museum will open.

« En date du 26 septembre 2018, la première pierre du futur Centre mosellan à Ehnen a été posée. Il a initialement été prévu que le chantier durera environ 2 ans et demi et s’achèvera début 2021. Depuis la crise sanitaire engendrée par la Covid-19, les travaux ont cependant été ralentis et ne pourront apparemment pas être finalisés sous peu.

– Dans ce contexte, j’aimerais poser les questions suivantes :

– Est-ce que le projet du futur Centre mosellan sera toujours réalisé tel qu’il fût planifié ? 

– Dans quelle phase se trouve la construction du futur Centre mosellan ? Quels travaux ont déjà été réalisés ? Quels travaux restent à faire ? Pour quand la finalisation des travaux est-elle prévue ?

– À part le Musée du Vin, est-il prévu de donner d’autres affectations au Centre mosellan réaménagé ?

– Quand pourra-t-on compter avec la réouverture du Centre mosellan ? »

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