|The municipal administration of Buesingen: Facts and information
|Office hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday: 8 am noon
Thursday: 2 pm 6 pm
The town hall of Buesingen the inhabitants nastily-affectionately call it the glass palace is seat of the municipal administration. In general, once a month on a Thursday evening, the municipal council holds a meeting there. The meetings are open to the public. The previous mayor, Otto Weiss, made the planning for todays town hall. His successor, Gunnar Lang, together with architect Georg Birkle, carried out the planned construction.
In 1993 the new building was finished.
In the town halls Buergersaal (citizens hall) cultural and artistic occasions are held.
Seat of the municipal administration.
Boundary stone no. 14 marks the border to the Swiss community Doerflingen.
Buesingen in figures
Households: about 700
Location/altitude: 385 m above sea level (lowest point)
Size: 7,62 square kilometres (Buesingens surface area is 4 times bigger than the famous principality of Monaco)
Length of the borderline: 17,141 kilometres