- ÖVP: 14
- SPÖ: 3
- FPÖ: 2
Oed- Oehling (official name, often also written Oed- Öhling ) is a market town in the district of Amstetten with 1770 inhabitants (as of 1 January 2013 ) in the Most district in Lower Austria.
- 2.1 Population development
Oed- Oehling located in the Most district in Lower Austria. 14.88 percent of the area of the municipality is forested.
Oed- Oehling consists of the two villages and cadastral ( number of inhabitants according to 2011 census registers ):
- Oed market (1.82 km ², 567 Ew. )
- Öhling ( 8.81 km ², 1126 Ew. )
The towns are located on either side of the Western Motorway A 1 and B 1 on the Vienna road through their widely separated location of each place has its own municipal office. There are two primary schools and two kindergartens.
In ancient times, the area was part of the province of Noricum. Both places were in 1170 for the first time mentioned. 1318 Oed already had market rights. Öhling was called Ellingin and is already known as a Roman civilian settlement Elegio. The community was founded in 1972 merged from the two cadastral Oed and Öhling in the course of the Lower Austrian government reform
According to the results of the 2001 census, there were 1,483 inhabitants. In 1991, the market town of 1,360 inhabitants in 1981 and 1,214 in 1971, 1,012 inhabitants.
Culture and sights
The council has 19 seats, mayor of the municipality is Josef Dirnberger, office manager Franz Nagelhofer.
In the municipal elections of 2005, the ÖVP and the SPÖ reached 15 4 mandates. In the 2010 municipal elections the SPÖ and the ÖVP lost one seat to the FPÖ, who moved to the municipal council.
Economy and infrastructure
On the highway in Oed is a rest area, which is specially developed for trucks. The places themselves are also residential areas of the nearby Amstetten.
Non-agricultural workplaces, there were 46 in 2001, agricultural and forestry holdings according to the 1999 survey 44 The number of persons employed at the residence was according to the 2001 census 725 The employment rate in 2001 was 49.89 percent. Unemployed were at the site in 2003, on average 11
- Michael Bachinger (1898-1985), politician, was born here