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The Office Schlaubetal is a 1992 formed Office in Brandenburg, in the original twelve communities in the former ironworks circles urban-rural and Beeskow (today Oder-Spree district, Brandenburg ) were combined into an administrative group. The seat of the official administration is in the town garbage rose. Through municipal mergers, the number of official member municipalities has been reduced to six.
The Office is located in the southeast of the district Oder-Spree in Brandenburg ( Germany ), and borders the municipality Rietz -Neuendorf in the west, to the north by the city of Frankfurt (Oder), to the Office Brieskow- Finkenheerd in the east, and to the Office Neuzelle in the south.
Outline of the Office Schlaubetal
The Office Schlaubetal is currently divided into the following municipalities:
- Grunow Dammendorf with the parts of the municipality Dammendorf and Grunow and the living quarters Forest House Wirchensee, and Walke Mill
- Mixdorf with the living space copper hammer
- Garbage Rose ( City) with the parts of the municipality Biegenbrück, Dubrow and Kaisermühl and the living quarters Katharinensee and Seeschlößschen
- Ragow -Merz with the parts of the municipality Ragow and Merz and the living quarters Ragow forester, forester Black Heath and Ragower storage
- Schlaubetal with the districts Bremsdorf, Five Oaks and Kieselwitz as well as the living quarters Bremsdorfer mill, forestry Jacobsee, forestry Schierenberg, Five Oaks - mill and shingle mill witzer
- Siehdichum with the districts Pohlitz, Rießen and Schernsdorf as well as the living quarters forester, Pohlitzer mill Ragower mill, diamond ring and Siehdichum
Forecasts of population change
Forecast age structure
On 17 June 1992 the Minister of the Interior gave its approval for the formation of the Office Schlaubetal with headquarters in the city garbage rose. The time of occurrence of the Office June 23, 1997 has been set. At the time of inception, the office following communities comprised of the former ironworks circles urban-rural and Beeskow:
- Five Oaks
- Grunow and the city
On 1 June 2002, Ragow and Merz merged to form the new municipality Ragow -Merz. On 24 April 2002 the Minister of the Interior of Brandenburg approved the merger of the municipalities Bremsdorf, Five Oaks and Kieselwitz the new community Schlaubetal. The merger was effective until 26 October 2003. On June 17, 2002, the merger of the municipalities Pohlitz, Rießen and Schernsdorf were approved for new community Siehdichum. Also, this merger was first effective October 26, 2003. In the course of municipal reform communities Dammendorf and Grunow were merged to 26 October 2003 the new congregation Grunow Dam village. Thus, the number of official member municipalities had become reduced to six.
Coat of arms
Blazon: " Split and half shared by green, black and gold, a meandering wave front post, back up a golden wheel and down a green oak branch with fruit. " (Coat of Arms information on the service portal of the National Administration of Land Brandenburg )
The coat of arms was approved on 4 September 1997.
The coat of arms was designed by the heraldist Uwe Reipert.
Office Schlaubetal is namesake for a Stadler Regio-Shuttle RS1 of East Railway.