St. Pölten (OTS/NLK) – The Lower Austrian state government, chaired by state governor Johanna Mikl-Leitner, has passed the following resolutions, among others:
The Lower Austrian state government decided to grant funding of 100,000 euros for a swap-loading vehicle with a crane for the Langenzersdorf volunteer fire department.
To proportionately support the Lower Austrian Athletics Association’s expenses for effective and efficient measures in youth competitive sports, funding from the state of Lower Austria was approved for the period January 1, 2023 to December 31, 2023 in the amount of 146,000 euros.
Furthermore, the call for new elections for the local council of the market town of Pernersdorf was decided. January 28, 2024 was set as election day.
The market town of Hinterbrühl will be reimbursed the school maintenance contribution for 2022 for 57 students who are accommodated in the SOS children’s village or in the special education center and attend compulsory school in Hinterbrühl.
The bidding consortium of the Lower Austrian Vocational Development Institute (BFI NÖ) and the Lower Austrian Economic Development Institute (WIFI NÖ) was approved for a funding contribution of up to 2,499,759.78 euros for the “inter-company apprenticeship training (ÜBA 15)” measure for the 2023/2024 training year.
The implementation of the ESF-funded advice, support and qualification measures Youth Education Center 2.0 Krems and Youth Education Center 2.0 St. Pölten by “ZIB Training GmbH”, Youth Education Center 2.0 Waldviertel by “Economic Development Institute of the Lower Austrian Chamber of Commerce” and Youth Education Center 2.0 Vienna 21/22 were also approved “ARGE Weidinger & Partner/Murad & Murad/Mentor” and the youth education center 2.0 Baden/Mödling by “ARGE Mentor/Murad & Murad/Weidinger & Partner”. The national co-financing share of up to 1,085,000 euros is covered by the “Employee Development Fund”. The cover for the pre-financing of the ESF co-financed portion of up to 4,340,000 euros comes from “ZWIST-EU”.
The implementation of the ESF-funded advice, support and qualification measures at the JTF Wiener Neustadt youth education center by “ZIB Training GmbH” and the JTF Mostviertel youth education center by “ARGE Education Mostviertel” was also approved. The national co-financing share of 200,000 euros is covered by the “Employee Development Fund”. The cover for the pre-financing of the ESF co-financed portion of up to 2,000,000 euros comes from “ZWIST-EU”.
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