City of Esslingen am Neckar
|Residents :||1183 (Jun. 30, 2016)|
|Postal code :||73732|
|Area code :||0711|
Location of Wiflingshausen in Esslingen am Neckar
Wiflingshausen is a district of Esslingen am Neckar in the northeast of the city. Wiflingshausen was first mentioned as a hamlet around 1280. The place name is derived from the personal name Wüfling (wolf). The population in this district has grown rapidly over the past few decades.
The contact person for the issues of the district for the city administration and the municipal council of Esslingen is the citizens' committee St. Bernhard, Kennenburg, Wiflingshausen . At the district level, the citizens' committee helps shape community life. He is a member of the working group of citizens 'committees , which exists to exchange experiences and coordinate the individual citizens' committees of the city. The basis for the working method and the structure of the citizens' committee and the working group is the status adopted by the working group on February 21, 1991 . An agreement was reached as the basis for the cooperation between the citizens' committee, the municipal council and the administration . This was approved by the working group on July 17, 1990 and approved by the municipal council on December 10, 1990. In June 2000, both the status and the agreement were editorially revised.
In the public citizens 'meeting held by the city of Esslingen on July 18, 2019 in the Sängerkranzgaststätte in St. Bernhardt, the St. Bernhardt, Kennenburg, Wiflingshausen citizens' committee was elected for three years.
The Dulkhäusle is located at Römerstraße 16, presumably the oldest social democratic memorial in Germany. The wooden refuge with a red tiled hipped roof was built in the 19th century. It served Albert Dulk as a retreat from 1880 to 1884 . After Dulk's death, Württemberg Social Democrats and freethinkers donated a high relief with his portrait, adorned with a bronze laurel wreath and two inscription panels, set in a profiled frame in the neo-Renaissance style . Only the bust from the workshop of Adolf von Donndorf has survived . The Dulkhäusle was demolished in 2011 because it was in disrepair and then rebuilt. In 1966 the “Steile Gasse” was renamed Dulkweg on the initiative of the culturally conservative philosopher Kurt Port, who lived in Wiflingshausen.
- Bärbel Röhm: Esslingen-Wiflingshausen. History, houses and residents around 1700 to after 1900 . Self-published, Esslingen 2004, OCLC 314749955 .
- Development of the resident population in the districts 2006-2016 As of June 30th each year. City of Esslingen, accessed on April 28, 2017 .
- Citizens' committees in Esslingen am Neckar
- Statute of the Citizens' Committees Esslingen am Neckar
- Agreement on cooperation between the citizens' committees and the Esslingen am Neckar municipal council and administration
- Convening Citizens' Committee 2019
- Stuttgarter Zeitung, Esslingen district edition, for the first time on September 26, 2011: Esslingen's first 'red' monument ( Memento from May 15, 2016 in the Internet Archive ).
- Esslinger Wochenblatt, September 22, 1885
- Andrea Steudle et al., Monument Topography Federal Republic of Germany. Cultural monuments in Baden-Württemberg Volume I.2.1. City of Esslingen am Neckar, Thorbecke, Ostfildern 2009, ISBN 978-3799508346 , p. 378
- Helmut Gross: Christian faith and intellectual conscience , Tübingen 1987, p. 32. Cf. Wolfgang Huber: Hans Alfred Grunsky - Kurt Huber's next specialist colleague , in: Elisabeth Kraus (Ed.): The University of Munich in the Third Reich, Volume 2, Munich 2008, p. 393.