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|Residents:||7269 (Dec. 31, 2002)|
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|Office structure:||10 municipalities|
|Office administration address
16798 Fürstenberg / Havel
The Fürstenberg office was an office in the state of Brandenburg formed in 1992 , in which ten municipalities in the then Gransee district (today Oberhavel district , Brandenburg ) had come together to form an administrative association. The official seat was in the city of Fürstenberg / Havel . The Fürstenberg office was dissolved in 2003. At the end of 2002 it had 7,269 inhabitants.
The Fürstenberg office bordered the state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania in the north, the Lychen office in the east, the Templin-Land office in the southeast, the Zehdenick and municipalities office in the south and the Gransee office and municipalities in the west, and the Gransee office in the west and communities.
On July 8, 1992, the Minister of the Interior of the State of Brandenburg gave his consent to the formation of the Fürstenberg Office, which was set to take place on July 21, 1992. The seat of the official administration was the city of Fürstenberg. The following ten municipalities from the then Gransee district were summarized in the order in which they were named in the Official Journal:
- Old thyme
- Bred area
- City of Fürstenberg
Amt Fürstenberg had 8042 inhabitants on December 31, 1992.
On July 30, 2002, the Ministry of the Interior announced that it had given its consent to the incorporation of the communities Altthymen, Steinförde, Barsdorf, Tornow, Blumenow and Zootzen into the city of Fürstenberg / Havel. However, the incorporation did not become legally effective until October 26, 2003. On October 26, the municipalities of Bredereiche and Himmelpfort were incorporated into the city of Fürstenberg / Havel by law. The office of Fürstenberg was dissolved and the city of Fürstenberg / Havel was made vacant. The municipality of Dannenwalde, on the other hand, was incorporated into the city of Gransee and now belongs to the Gransee and municipal authorities .
The municipality of Himmelpfort lodged a municipal constitutional complaint against its incorporation into the city of Fürstenberg / Havel at the constitutional court of the state of Brandenburg, which, however, was rejected.
The first and only official director was Raimund Aymanns.
- State Office for Data Processing and Statistics State of Brandenburg Historical community directory of the State of Brandenburg 1875 to 2005 19.7 Oberhavel district PDF
- Formation of the offices of Gransee and municipalities and Fürstenberg. Announcement of the Minister of the Interior of June 30, 1992. Official Gazette for Brandenburg - Joint Ministerial Gazette for the State of Brandenburg, Volume 3, Number 54, July 31, 1992, p. 967/8.
- Incorporation of the communities Altthymen, Steinförde, Barsdorf, Tornow, Blumenow and Zootzen into the city of Fürstenberg / Havel. Announcement of the Ministry of the Interior of July 30, 2002. Official Gazette for Brandenburg - Joint Ministerial Gazette for the State of Brandenburg, Volume 13, Number 34, August 14, 2002, p. 694 PDF .
- Fifth law on state-wide municipal area reform concerning the districts of Barnim, Märkisch-Oderland, Oberhavel, Ostprignitz-Ruppin, Prignitz, Uckermark (5th GemGebRefGBbg) of March 24, 2003 (Law and Ordinance Gazette for the State of Brandenburg, I (Laws) , 2003, No. 05, p. 82), amended by the law of July 1, 2003 (Law and Ordinance Gazette for the State of Brandenburg, I (Laws), 2003, No. 10, p. 187)
- Municipal constitutional complaint by the municipality of Himmelpfort against its incorporation into the city of Fürstenberg / Havel
- SPD confronts Fürstenberg's mayor with questions about the repayment of funds ( memento from April 20, 2008 in the Internet Archive )
- In contrast to the city of Fürstenberg / Havel , the office was only called Amt Fürstenberg .