|coat of arms||Austria map|
|Political District :||Oberwart|
|License plate :||OW|
|Coordinates :||47 ° 18 ' N , 16 ° 24' E|
|Height :||326 m above sea level A.|
|Residents :||661 (January 1, 2020)|
|Population density :||33 inhabitants per km²|
|Postal code :||7464|
|Community code :||1 09 13|
|Address of the
|Markt Neuhodis 30
7464 Markt Neuhodis
|Mayor :||Joachim Radics ( ÖVP )|
Municipal Council : ( 2017 )
|Location of Markt Neuhodis in the Oberwart district|
|Source: Municipal data from Statistics Austria|
Markt Neuhodis is a market town with 661 inhabitants (as of January 1, 2020) in Burgenland in the Oberwart district in Austria .
The Hungarian name of the municipality is Új-Hodász , the Croatian name Novi Hodas . In the community there is a large number of members of the Burgenland- Croat minority, which is mainly based in the district of Althodis ( Stari Hodas ).
The community is located in southern Burgenland.
The municipality includes the following two localities (population in brackets as of January 1, 2020):
- Althodis (135)
- Neuhodis Market (526)
The community consists of the cadastral communities Althodis and Neuhodis Markt.
|German place name||Hungarian place name||Croatian place name|
|Neuhodis market||Városhodász||Novi Hodas / Nimški Hodas|
Like all of Burgenland, the place belonged to Hungary (German-West Hungary) until 1920/21 . Since 1898 had due to the Magyarization of the government in Budapest of Hungarian name Új-Hodász be used. After the end of the First World War , after tough negotiations, German-West Hungary was awarded to Austria in the Treaties of St. Germain and Trianon in 1919. The place has belonged to the newly founded federal state of Burgenland since 1921 (see also the history of Burgenland ). In 1971 Markt Neuhodis was merged with Althodis. Markt Neuhodis has been a market town since 1973.
Culture and sights
- Catholic parish church Markt Neuhodis hl. John the Baptist
- Catholic parish and pilgrimage church Dürnbach Assumption of Mary. The church is in the municipality of Markt Neuhodis on the northern edge of the village of Dürnbach in the Burgenland of the municipality of Schachendorf .
The council comprises a total of 15 members based on the number of eligible voters.
|FPÖ||31||4.87||0||not running||not running||not running||40||7.25||1|
Joachim Radics (ÖVP) has been mayor since the election on October 1, 2017. He is the successor to Johann Wallner (SPÖ), who has headed the community since 2002. The change had been preceded by internal quarrels at the SPÖ, as Wallner initially no longer wanted to run in 2017 and had been looking for a suitable successor for two years. Ultimately, in March 2017, he announced that, after consulting his wife, he wanted to continue. During a meeting of the SPÖ on May 27, 2017, which Wallner left prematurely due to "discouragement", his party colleagues decided to run for mayoral with Klaus Glavanics, a newcomer to the elections. Wallner described the appointment as "contrary to the statutes". In the direct mayor election on October 1, 2017, the SPÖ regained the majority in the local council, Glavanics lost 46.52% to Joachim Radics (50.30%), who had been deputy mayor since 2012 and on the local council since 2012. Stefan Szmolian (FPÖ) came to 3.18%.
- Joseph Koller (* February 2, 1801 in Althodis; † July 7, 1827 with Strange executed in Pinkafeld ): In 1822, Koller joined the notorious Stradafüßler band of robbers under their leader Nikolaus Schmidhofer, known as Holzknechtseppl , and became a privy councilor or Naßl under the robber names or Kollerl to a local celebrity in what was then the border region of Styria, Lower Austria and Burgenland. He and his cronies fled on the night of May 30th to 31st, 1827 from a makeshift prison in Pinkafeld and shot the corporal of the guards. After Koller and his accomplices were caught again, he was sentenced to death by hanging by a military court in Güns as a deserter . In addition to the murder at the outbreak, he was charged with another murder of a Jew between Ödenburg and Klingenbach as well as four desertions, 8 thefts and 2 robberies with a total damage of 901 guilders. His execution took place on July 7, 1827, together with that of two other subordinates of the gang on the judicial hill in Pinkafeld.
- Rudolf Kedl (1928 City of Schlaining - 1991 Markt Neuhodis), Austrian sculptor
- 10913 - Neuhodis market. Community data, Statistics Austria .
- ↑ Statistics Austria: Population on January 1st, 2020 by locality (area status on January 1st, 2020) , ( CSV )
- ↑ a b Province of Burgenland: Election results Markt Neuhodis 2017 (accessed on 11 January 2018)
- ↑ Province of Burgenland: Election results Markt Neuhodis 2012 (accessed on January 11, 2018)
- ↑ Province of Burgenland: Election results Markt Neuhodis 2007 (accessed on January 11, 2018)
- ↑ a b c Province of Burgenland: election results Markt Neuhodis 2002 (accessed on January 11, 2018)
- ↑ BVZ of May 31, 2017: Mayor Wallner: Farewell in Trouble (accessed on January 11, 2018)
- ↑ Austrian Association of Municipalities: Joachim Radics turns Markt Neuhodis (accessed on January 11, 2018)
- ↑ BVZ of October 5, 2017: ÖVP appoints local chief: 25 votes bring Radics into office (accessed on January 11, 2018)
- ↑ Joseph Michael Weinhofer : School protocol 1825–1829 ( Weinhofer Chronicle ) , accessed on January 24, 2014
- ^ Johann Anton Laschober: From the life of a robber captain from Edlitz - our home community , pages 945 to 950, Edlitz 1992, publisher Marktgemeinde Edlitz