Integrated municipality of Bevern
|coat of arms||Germany map|
|State :||Lower Saxony|
|Area :||66.33 km 2|
|Residents:||5833 (Dec. 31, 2019)|
|Population density :||88 inhabitants per km 2|
|License plate :||HOL|
|Association key :||03 2 55 5401|
|Association structure:||4 municipalities|
|Association administration address
|Angerstrasse 13 a
|Harald Stock ( SPD )|
|Location of the joint municipality of Bevern in the Holzminden district|
The joint municipality of Bevern is a joint municipality in the south of the Holzminden district in Lower Saxony . Four municipalities have come together in it to carry out their administrative business. The administrative seat of the joint municipality is in Bevern .
Joint community structure
The joint congregation was founded on January 1, 1973. For further history see under the four member communities.
In December 1996, 6,921 people lived in the municipality.
Bevern already had its post office before 1790. It is assumed that it was set up as early as 1743 with the establishment of the driving post from Braunschweig to Holzminden. Letters from this period have a handwritten place note.
The later Bevern post-expedition also existed in the time of the Kingdom of Westphalia . The single-line local postmark "Bevern" is known from this time, around 1812.
After the expulsion of the French, the now Brunswick Post continued with the same stamp. Since 1836 the date has been handwritten in numerals. In 1833 a post office was given for Bevern. In 1852 the postman Friedrich Mönkemeyer (1833–1850) died. His successor was foreman August Uhden as postal expedition (1850–1873), as reported in the Post General Circular. In 1852 the post in Bevern was given the status of a post expedition. In 1854 Bevern received a two-line rectangular stamp. Since 1856 the postage stamps have also been canceled with the grate stamp "3".
The Reichspost called the Post-Expedition in 1870 a Post-Expedition II. Classe and converted it into a postal agency in 1874. Post agent was still August Uhden until 1879, or was that now the son? Hugo Uhden followed him until 1892 and Albert Stuckenberg. Some of the surrounding villages were supplied by the country mailman. Country mail carriers were: Warnecke (1869–1879), Heinrich Jäger (1874–1891), Hartung (1893), August Wächter (1895–1898), August Piepenschneider (1899–1902); Heinrich Steding (1902–1908), Ernst Kippenberg (1909–1915), Gustav, Wilhelm (1909–1913), August Preuss, (1916). In addition to the postal agency , Bevern had a horse station. Postholders were Hartung (1892), Friedrich Fischer until 1895 and Heinrich Steding until 1899, nothing more could be found in the address books.
From the population of the joint municipality are
The council of the integrated municipality of Bevern consists of 16 councilors and councilors and were last elected for five years by local elections. The current term of office began on November 1, 2016 and ends on October 31, 2021. The election for the full-time mayor will take place on May 26, 2019 at the same time as the European elections.
The full-time mayor Harald Stock (non-attached) is also entitled to vote in the joint municipal council.
The last local election on September 11, 2016 resulted in the following:
Joint mayor of the municipality
The full-time mayor of the joint municipality of Bevern is Harald Stock (SPD). In the last mayoral election on September 11, 2011, he was elected with 56.0% of the vote. His term of office runs until October 31, 2019. His opponent Thomas Junker (CDU) received 44.0% of the vote. The turnout was 62.9%. Stock took up his post on November 1, 2011, replacing the previous incumbent Günter Schlag, who was no longer a candidate.
- former mayor
- 2007–2011: Günter Schlag (independent)
- 2001–2003: Hans-Heinrich Sander (FDP)
- ? -2001: Karl Mahlmann
- 1973– ?: Reinhold Schultert (SPD)
- former joint municipality directors
- 1975–2001: Friedrich Dörnemann (SPD)
coat of arms
The coat of arms of the municipality of Bevern shows, divided from green and red by a blue wavy band, a golden Renaissance castle above, twice below with two black bars that border the stake, on the right a silver spring well, in the middle three golden cones (2nd floor) : 1), on the left a silver brick well with a bucket.
The flag of the Samtgemeinde has the colors green-red and shows the coat of arms of the Samtgemeinde.
Culture and sights
- Weser Renaissance castle in Bevern
- Tower of the former Prussian telegraph line Berlin – Koblenz on the Burgberg
Economy and Infrastructure
A “Strategic Planning” working group was initiated for the first time in Bevern by means of a citizens' application with the aim of a development concept supported by citizens. The working basis for this is the proven strategy theory " Bottleneck-focused strategy ". Bevern becomes a pilot project for systematic local development in the Holzminden economic area.
- State Office for Statistics Lower Saxony, LSN-Online regional database, Table 12411: Update of the population, as of December 31, 2019 ( help ).
- Bade, Henry: 333 years Braunschweigische Post, 1535–1867 , Karl Pfankuch & CO, Braunschweig, 1960. This is where the stamp images come from.
- Steven, Werner: Table of contents of the postal relevant Braunschweigischen Ciculare, laws and ordinances from 1807 to 1867 Circular letter No. 58, Arbeitsgemeinschaft Braunschweig and Hannover in the Briefmarken-Club Hannover, April 2004
- Steven, Werner: Directory of the postal services and their staff in the area of the Duchy of Braunschweig, 1811-1916. Society for German Postal History e. V. Braunschweig / Hanover district group. Issue 13 of the Postal History Pages, 1992.
- Result of the 2016 joint municipal elections , accessed on May 5, 2020
- main statute of the joint municipality Bevern , accessed on March 4, 2015